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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 9, 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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DAYS LEFT 'BRIDGE OPENING AT GREEN COVE BERRIES I MOVEFORWARD j COMMISSIONERSMEET SPRING TERM :IMPROVEMENT I



i FILE INCOME : DELAYED TO INCLUDE NEW ROAD I GOOD VOLUME WITH MONDAY I CIRCUIT-COURT I I: TO CEDAR KEYHARBORURGED i


A apodal' I term of circuit court
TAX RETURNS tVIobrntlon Set for TUI'llla3'I'rll'ILAST i Board of ('ou1ollJnllIsloners I
convened Thursday morning at
3r(I; Will Iii.ludo Openingof DAYS OFCHAUTAUQW Plant] City March 3.-With the i
Jmksoiiilllo Short met' March 6th 1928 In regain 10 o'clock to try two condemnu. ,

j onklal Explains. Require- I cut. I |exception of Wednesday when but session with all members preset: (tlon stills brought by the Florida ---.- ,I.

1111'0111 ot 1020 Law. 8,275 quarts of strawberries were as foIlowsLouls: II. Hill chair Power & Light Company annlimt Washington. D. c. March 2-
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Green Cove Springs, March 6.- I e10sln--;;;; ( forwarded out of Plant City, busl- I! man, J. Q. Crews J, L. Underhill | Comer L. Trek et als., and O I). rongrennman H. A Green of the
h mly' 6 days left In which Unforeseen circumstance The days of th< I ness has been good this week at Sncond Florida !District today held I
which | O. W. llluxou and L. 11Gainey. ()umi, to secure right of way for
tax returns 1927 1
[lixonie on I i Florida Chautauqua at ,. another conference with tho chief I
will delay the opening of the Keystone the local '. o. b. berry yard. On .
H, Miller collector company's I light and
's Peter jtha power
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I Heights present a attractive, of army engineers, requesting extunxlVH -
'rnu' revenue, whose head- Shands river bridge until April very i Monday the largest movement ol' !Minutes of the last meeting were lines betwoen hawley und High Improvements of the har I'
at Jacksonville has third will and varied program. On Friday; .the Season went forward while i: ,
make It
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r art possible. It is I rend and approved. ,land. The power company Is paying bor at Cedar Key, Florida. Thin ''
'li attention of the tax- said, to stage an even greater celebration evening, March 9th, Dr. George E. Tuesday's! shipments ran high. Bond ua notary public for I. the costs ot special term of is one lit the many conferences k

I u(' the requirement of the by including the openingof Vincent president of the Rock., Yesterday 1 22,800 quarts moved! J. Wynn approved, also bond &t court In order to expedite matters he bus recently hold with the V''

0"lof1926., I the, new highway to Jacksonville .teller Foundation and one of the' (:, out In renters and two cars. Indl- 'notary public for N. I). WainwrlHht und gel their lines from Starke' to engineers relatives to this pro- .J ,,
1 Hlaiion In congress this year I foremost speakers of the America was approved. Baldwin In operation. It was reported Joel Judge (',reun. In the course ';
" K ,receive. consideration In in the festivities. I I platform. will deliver an address ''cations sir the yard this. morning. I The matter" of adjusting bach Tlmurtmdaymnom-ning. ,of the conference called, attention

benefit taxpayers by fur- At the of I Following are the closing events, were that the movement today taxes which '
(i request residents of have been paid bj: nn to the fact that In J 880, $15,000)

"ilin( 'tions, and returns sub- I both Green Cove Springs and 'of the present season of Florida! would be heavy. Bradford County Bunk on Liberty PAVING wero expended for Improvement ,.'." I',

this) vear are exactly liken I Jacksonville the committee In permanent winter chautauqua: The price has been holding well II Bonds held by mild Bunk laid over STREET of this port; In 1884. $5.000; In rn

which the taxes were fIKSI i Thursday March 8--8:00: Concert until the next regular meeting,, 1886, $7.000; 1888 $7,500 ; 1890 1 .
yearMiller ; charge of the celebration. it Is ( : The Palmetto Friday Musi with the average at the yard I laud the county attorney requested 2.501( ; but that since 1890 the g

has urged all per- said, will ask Fons Hathaway cal Daytona Beach, Mrs. S. B. yesterday the same as that of to get statement' of amount ol NOW\ COMPLETE! Federal government had not made A' '

"i>9iding in Florida to file chairman"of the state road department Crosby presldenl' Monday although: Tuesday and I bonds held by each bank in the any Improvement to the harbor.

"Iu 1113 with the Jacksonville I to throw open the bridgesover | Friday, March 9-Health Day Wednesday when the' movementwas county: nlnee 198 HO that same I With exception,- -of finishing 1111'' lie urged that this section of

and( to apply to that office ,,8:00: Address: "Heallh"-B. IArnie I may bo considered toget her.Application Florida was now experiencing! '
Black Creek and Doctor's In- lighter, lifted the price from I the street Intersections nil rei -
imatlon desired concerning M. D., State Health Officer. for Confederate pension great development In manufacturing j I
one to three cents above Mondayand i moving( surplus material, I UK
'paratlon, of the blanks. All i; let and the highway. over Flem: State Board of Health, Florida received from Mrs. Elizabeth truck growing, general farmIng ,
Thursday. The average at the street paving program begun lie v- '
miiHt be In the mall, ac- ings Island, for traffic during the Address: "A Scientific Adventure yard yesterday was 41 cents. Slnde and game was approved and eral weeks ago; was complottu! und other IndUHlrles, and that ?

IGI! by money orders for ]I day of the (celebration April third. '.George E. Vincent, LL.D., presi The movement of berries during ordered sent to State Pension Tuesday. tile lust work being' done the state and the counties were ; '
BIOUIII\ of the tax not later I I I1IllIlght. dent the Rockefeller Foundation, Hoard.Contract. roads leading from the f
.. building/
This will make It possible for the last three days brought the Ion the short connecting/ link b.l ,
March 15th. I New York City and sometime with Nassau, county vicinity of Cedar Key to all sec- : ,
'total for the ,sason close to the tween Walnut and Temple stnlf'tM.uI'ur ,'
rise required to file Income hundreds of motor cars from Jacksonville President of Chautauqua Institution five hundred thousand mark, the for lease to that county or our' the school building. Dean &) t linns 1 of Florida. lie laid particular I .

are Every individual hav- to reach Green Cove Chautauqua, New York. 'shipments through last night total-: county convicts was approved and;! Yarborough, the contractors, hovi stress tin the effect which the i I' I
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rose Income for the taxable Springs by the new short route, i I Sunday March 11-3:00 Auditorium one copy sent to Nassau county, ( and Quit Coast Highway/ would have
ling 495,197 quarts, which repro- rushed the work I through kepicrews
Sr.OOO or over, regardless I cross over the St. Johns river from Assembly. Sermon by Rev and one copy filed with the record work unless on transportation when It III com
'sent an approximate monetary return steadily al ex.tieme -
amount of his net income; Clay county to St. Johns county Scott F.. Hershey, D.D., LL.D.,, to growers In this section of of Bradford county. I cold or shortage ot mater and stated that It and other ', ( I e'
h.ivlng a net income of $3-I and return by the new highwayon Boston, Author, Educator, Lecturer The following names were road would stimulate water I It Itpleteel
based the I lals held \
| $287,273.60, on average up progress./ \
1 over If married and living the East side of the river to Clergyman. 'I' price at the platform.The stricken from I the pauper roll, on As soon un the curing process 1 III shipment Into and out of the Cedar '-

llKband or wife; and every- Jacksonville In a 40 mile loop. I! Tuesday, March 12-8:00: Lecture movement for the last three account of death : Jullim Barko j'over on five of tho short connecting Key hnrhor.) lIe stated also that I '
'lug a net Income or over ifor Both the Black Creek bridge : "Apples of Gold"-Dr. ScottF. wltz Mary Orlllls and July Gaines tile northern olI plendld railroad connections, with I
days totalled 61,996 quarts. Four I / streets In part !
It married and not living and the bridge over Doctor's Inlet Hershey. cars were forwarded during that Tile following names were placed I town they will be opened to tritt- this harbor were now In existence; :. : '

fusband or wife. at Orange Park are already completed I'i Wednesday, March 14-8:00: period. Tho return to growers for I upon the pauper roll : Anna Ster- i Church st root In now bo I UK! that moneys recently authorized 't" '\

orations and partnership* and while the highway between Dramatic Performance: "The Bis this movement totalled I rlcks at $3,00 por month, Mrs. Ille. on one side and will be for i the Improvement of navigation F i.

julred to file returns regard the two spans is graued, the hop's Candlesticks." "A Play JtilliM Barkowltz at $10,00 per thrown\ this ,week.iLiiiiti' on the Suwannee river and c her
40 on a basis of the open
tile amount of Income 01Joimt rock surface of but halt the distance that's Full of Lure." $25'891'-1 month, while Sim Lee was raised I conditions would otlnmlute oreaa if;
price at the yard.
of business transacted is laid. I The drama will be precededwith S to $7.10 per month and W. M. : (iUIKFftt 1 IS! <\\N-< borne commerce to such an extent JI'

ns sent to the Jacksonville This will mean that only about a twenty five minute lectureby Jl'HY HOLDS fOltlUlIKH I Simmons was allowed the sum of I ii It'I'l': roil pitositt'iiTfiii:<< that In his opinion Improvements

after March 15th are consld- four miles of travel between Green Dr. Hershey on Victor Hugo FOIl CAIU'KNTKK: DKATII $4.00 for one month. of this harbor should be promptly \\I I Imade.

pllnquent and are subject band Cove Springs and Jacksonville and his book "Les Mlserables."' I The clerk wan authorized to secure Ft. I.iimlciilnlc Attorney to lOntcr: '",

Interest. I wll have to be made Is said at this from which the play is taken. Ahevllle, N. C., March 2.WhileEverett I typewriter for the county Prlninry for Coiinly oltlco.Elbert Judge (J rOl'l\ stated that the .. '

ollector of Internal revenue graded road which Is said at this Thursday, March IB-Ocala ; Corriher, 40, is held in agent to be paid out of the agricultural -I citizens of Cedar Key, Branford,

|orlzed to grant extensions time to be In fairly good condi Day--8 : 0 Formal Welcome to the county jail without bond, ) fund. 11. GrllUs( \ attorney, bus ami, other cities In this territory .

for filing returns of incases tion. guests from Ocala. Response by I charged with firing the shot which On motion the board decided announced( his candidacy for the I have been for several months i '

of absence, sickness In the event that the highway Honorable Eugene O. Peek, M.D., caused the death of Wlllalm Sumpter -I to attend the meeting of the county -'poslllon of county prosecuting nt : working for the revival of and -J

lily to secure data to make departments acceeds to the requestof Mayor of Ocala. Carpenter his cousin, funeral commlMsluners of the state tobe turney, subject! to the June Democratic Htlnnilalloii' of ocean borne commerce '


\tenalon must be receiver three magnificent territories new Ocala, Mrs. Drown Greoton Cole, this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the j 14th day of March A. I>. 1928, I He was born In 1892 In what In Itmns and, other ports, and that

[ collector on or before the to tile motoring public will be president. I Corrlher home, :38 Lawrence provided -that each member pay now Union county; Florida, on the they were enthusiastic for 1mprovcinenl. f

which the return is due thrown open for the first time that Friday, March 16-Joy Night- Place Orove Park where theIllhooting his own expenses. silo where t the state prison ftirni ,

fcipllcatlou must state spe- day, for general Irafflc. i United Program by Chautauqua took place early last Saturday The following reports received buildings now aland. Reared on The Board of Engineers have

the reason for the request The first of these is the fertile Management and the Community morning. and ordered paid/ : farm near Lawtey Bradford county taken the matter under advice and' ,

xteusion will be granted orange land leading from St Aug- Board of Trade and Woman's Corrlher was ordered held without County Judge Inspector of Florida, he earned, his way i l consideration and will !promptly I'

(he explanation given f is ustine on the Atlantic Ocean to Club. ball, yesterday following an Marks and Brands and Justice of through the old Florida Normal : liivuMllgate/: the matter.II fl
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tory to the collector. Orangedale, at the Eastern approach -, Sunday. March 18-Closing Day Inquest conducted by Dr. J. L. the Peace of District No. 1 Lawtey, liiHtltulo I I al Madison, and after .tl'TIHTSunday i

to the Shands river bridge :00 Auditorium. Closing service Carroll, coroner, at which time the Florida.i graduation! from there taught I

Il'XTVG1 :'iT NEWS the second Is the Flemings Island if 1928 Assembly. Sermon by Dr. Jury found that "the deceased The American Legion preHentedi 'i school In Clay and Alachua counties school-at 10 a. m. J. F. t

terrain which the new link in state George W. Mead, President FlorIda came to his death from a gunshot proposition to supply the courtliouxe I for three yel"M.Vas for a : ,

fa to find the county agent highway number 3 opens up and Chautauqua. wound at the hands of Everett grounds( with U. S. Flags while In Boverninonl service In theoMtotfl'o Klckllter. nupt. and 7:30 -
|ok March 12-17th. the third Is famous orange sectionon Presiding and Closing Addresslion. Corrlher." ind the same was taken Into ('Oil-1 In Jacksoiivlle. and wan Worship at 11 a. nm

Jiy office at Starke. the East bank of the river from Frank P. Miller, Vice- MHMIXIM '1'0MMI'ft ilderatlon. I I for a time connected with the Atlantic p. m. with I'

flay Lawtey. the bridge approach where a new president Florida Chautauqua. Rev. Ernest R. Lineberger, pastor There being no further )businesshe I National Bank there. The pastor U exchanging for the morning -

Vday, Hampton. highway Is built from Clay thru ( of St. Mark's Lutheran church, Board adjourned. until the I At the outbreak of the war he Hev. Dr. Tucker 11 c ?
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May, open.Y Duval county running through ....................< :.. will conduct the religious serviceat next regular meeting which will I was rejected for service. lie underwent service.Time B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30: '
Brooker. Evavtlle, Frultgrove Switzerlandand the home, while members of I be l hellion tho first' Monday In :< an operation to get Into Increasing: t

JMay office at Starke. Manderlne to Jacksonville over : IIIGIILAND : the Masonic Lodge will take April, A. D. 1028. I IG Iho army but was again rejected( each Sunday and In an the attendance
T urged( that all acquaint boulevard i' / W. Alderman, Clerk finally ncepted In June, Interest Is, shown
the San Jose )11.. M. E. IlIcka. COl' charge of the burial rites. Inter He was service" ,
I

I'Ives t the! with service the of above the county In or- Errors caused in the the delay steel constructionhave In the open- ...:......................... S.ment Powell will plot be made In Riverside in the George cemetery i'\u.Mius: %I'.tittI.I": *: :::-J-' I' to 1918 Camp, Cpr Jackson.llmlleil service 8. C., where and Bent ho! Mid-week at thin popular service on, Wednesdays 1 :

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immunity, with the least although the date has necessarilybeen iVlmberly, Miss Ethel Ricks and Honorary pall bearers will be of fur recruits. Later transferred Pastor afternoon at f
Sunday
and horticulturists ,
inconvenience to third, It Is Grime were visitors to with thin outfit to Camp Sovler Corinth on .
yourself. changed to April C. M. J. P. Boyd, I. C. Chance Lester the iS i-, -
warned by o'clock.
I'i' feel free to call for his believed the later date will be of Starke Tuesday. Jones S. G. Otstol, J, C. Kitchens,, Florida have hoard been to exercise! ex- I S. C., alt.! served till the end three h 4

f't any time. Thursday hast greater benefit because of the pobBiblllty ; R. F. Nolan made a business trip and Dr. B. O. Edwards. Members state plant nf war. : .'
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aside to supplement un- I I of Including also the christening to Jacksonville Tuesday. of the Masonic fraternity will I treme caution In purchasing bulbs In I Upon discharge/ from army entered ......................... C I ,

work in any given locality of the two state bridges on' Miss Beth Wlmberly spent Wednesday serve as active pall bearers. 'land plants from the territory In which employ of Seaboard Air Line .. HKIMIHONN'SIMIIMISMinn; .-
states
."Pedal calls. When In the: same day. j with her sister Mrs. Nelson Mr.\ Carpenter Is survived by bin the northeastern beetle has boen at railway, and won promoted to paymaster I'ciirl Nonimit' : 1
B1"'all at the office at your p Green in Starke. I Mrs. Lucy Powell, I the Japanese II for the Florida lines, with -
TPnce.HKNKIKTTA. COUNTY JUDOK'S! COUnT Mrs. W. M. Ferris had as her, grandmother sister of the late work during the last nine years. headquarters In Tampa. and held ..#.***.**.+...****...** :
Fla.
of Starke, ,
Mrs. Lathe of' Letters explaining; the operations until resigned to 1 9.Mrs. >>. '
guest last week, Oeorge S. Powell; a sister Mrs. C. broadcast I that position) Hellbronn Springs. March -
: imowxHendletla O. S. Sparkman beating board Chicago. Mrs. Lathe has been I S. Lindsay, of Wlnston-Salem; his of the beetle are being take up practice of law. Ollie Thomas of Brooker Is t '

bill; settled upon payment of costs spending the winter months with ,I father, I). P. Carpenter, of New throughout the state at who this expect time I Studied law while In Tampa under Suiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Clem- ,
[ Brown, widow and bill. Mrs. Berlin at Hawthorne ; for the benefit of those Judge Bailey and other Tampa
sister,
her D. P. Car Springs.
'te :toft; and two brothers, roots and shrub >its of Hellbronn
and bulbs
Henry Y. assault '
Brown, passat Thomas, to purchase
Clinton and is planning on Return and J. Frank Carpenter of iltornpys. Miss Inez Carmichael Is visiting I
the family residence until March : penter for spring planting, outside of the Lauderdale, In
battery; continued ing to her home sometime this :Starke Fla.11UIMHM. I Came to Fort trends and relatives in Tampa..
board admits in
iy Feb. 22nd at 1 o'clock state. The plant practicing here
term. Iweek. 1925. and has been and Mrs. J; O. Clemonw.otItellbronu .
Mr
orning. Mrs. Brown had Leander Jones possession of Intoxicating I Mrs. W. It!. Ferris was a visitor I ) rKKMITH 1 II,2OI\ the letter It !I'm unable to enforce ever since. lie la necrelary-lreus- Springs were attending

I for several weeks and the liquor; one day in Jail. to Hawthorne Wednesday the state law against the importation arer of M. Trnmmell. Inc., the business In Jacksonville! Tueu-

r expected. She united Percy GriMe and Ozzle Prevail I' Mrs. J. W. Grlffis was a business I Building permits issued during of bulbs and plants. from the argent distributors of gasoline to: ;, ,

I :Missionary Baptist church pelll larceny; continued to March 1 visitor to Starke Salurday.! the month of February totalled infected area because such shipments ind oils In Broward county with day!Mr. Fllllam Cnutheu of Brooker,
law.
>rly age and was known term. Mrs. N. T. Green of Starke spent $11,200. according to the report are allowed by federal justness In Palm Beach and Dade and Lorenzo' Parrlsh of Oalnesrlllo -

be a Christian. Julius Royal issuing worthless 'Tuesday here the guest of rela- Issued Wednesday by the chairman I Persona. receiving plants wash from ;countlell.-. Lauderdale News. were visitors of Miss Kath-
al services six months. I such area are cautioned to ..5I'JlESiI'Tiili.'N-- -. ..- ty
held
were at checks. plead gullly! tives. of the street committee. The larg- --- Beatrice Nettles of Hellrorm -
I'eneo! and I, I of soil from the roots ; : 1 i-en and
Thursday at 3:00 assault S. all particles ;:\
Franklin
: Jacksonville
Walter C. G. Starr of ,est amount to be expended on any Springs\ Sunday afternoon.Mr.
P' m. with Rev. Raymond battery, plead guilty; .six months. T. Jopling of Lake City C. F. I one building was by the Standard Into a cloth sack. The sock, soil school. > W. J. Nettles and son, hiore P

'nt Baptist church offlI Carl Jenkins petit larceny; Lakey. of Waldo, and O. E. Webb Oil Company In enlarging their und packing material should: then I 10 o'clock Sunday by Rev. Nettle are visitors to Worlhnjttnn ;
I:. listed baked in an oven for more thanan 11 o'clock a. m. sermon
term.J. be
by Rev, Tucker continued to March of Jacksonville. were among the plant facilities In the northern Springs thin week.
Jrcibyterian church. Two T. Reddish assault and bat- travelling men calling on the trade part of town.ANNOUNCEM. hour to kill any beetles, grubsor 'Mr. Raymond. sorlely Mr. Emery: Melvin of Brooker,
Endeavor::
'Near My God to Thee", tery; tried by Jury, discharged.Mrs. this week. eggs. I 0:41: Christian relative here Saturday -
I help visiting
|I Will Take Care of You" Lula Moll reckless drivingon I Rev. T. M. Carter of Peoria.spent : KOIl SChoOl The Japanese beetle originates meets; subject "How can'" Scripture walt and S II lI(1ay.( -
In the Jesus
? by a quartette compos- highway; tried by jury discharged Sunday here with friends. ito.um under the earth's surface i!Others to Follow 111S-18.1IfIsll Mia Kathleen and Beatrice Net-
after
flames of a cocoon, emerging lesson 1 Peter
J. S. Butler E. O. II. Barker of Jacksonville, form and Dollle Parmenter Mr.
nd Messrs. J, 11. and L. Royal George, larceny by trick a visitor here Tuesday. II. D. May of Hampton, was In working on the roots of plants to i Carrie Uglow, leader. leu William Cauthea 1
was Nettles,
The large assembly of ery; settled upon payment of Starke Wednesday and had his:: climb up and destroy foliage of all 7,30: sermon by the pastor: Horace Lorenzo Parrish were visitors

ho gathered to pay re- charge and costs. OAS rONHCMIflONFALLS! announcement as a candidate for kinds. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. prayer md Hellbronn Sunday school Sunday -

''a deceased accompaniedto OFF SLIGHTLY member of the school board, district meeting of
SKABOAnn"SCHEDULE sum. IDA novlJ and banquet afternoon.Mrs. .
meeting
Prevail cemetery' two, placed In the Telegraph. The annual Wainwright of Hell.ronn -
Wednesday J. H.
"''r all took place in the Bradford county consumed 63- :Mr. May is the first to announce diedat will be held on the sick ]1stthlll
.''t under the direction of Effective March 5th schedule 103 gallons of gasoline during the for a county district office.NOTICE Mrs. Ida Boyd of Starke Thursday, night March 211ft. The North Springs Is her on friends with -i'',
and trains will run as follows 73- her home here last Presbytery will meet In week. and
Jones mortician. Many changes month of January as against Florida
I : an Illness of several We are ex- her i speedy recovery. ,
following "
April.
floral : for the month ot December. I our church In
264 gallon demons
offerings were C.
southbound local due weeks duration. Furl I ral services profit from these Mr., and Mrs. J
rhmds. No.1. Kerosene showed more peeling great Clem-
I.. C.
The East End Grocery which were held Friday at !Eizy'sChapel. : will get a *rs. Ollle Thomas. Mr.
m. The people
j irvtvlng the deceased Starke 11:05: p. than a flfty percent drop January I meetings. attended rthe
E L. Brown of Starke, No. 11. southbound local due total being 8,401 against 17,028 has been managed by Lena Mar-' Union county, and interment .chance to see the ministers of thePresbytery on, <''l, Miss Pearl Norman at Buy Chap- 14
cotte has been sold to Mrs. Elsie followed In the cemetery ad- be able to se- funeral services
'thler. \fra. J. C. Terrell. Starke 10:25 a. m. !gallons for December. Totals for and may .
Springs besides several No. 3. southbound through due the state were 20,731.906 gallons Kruse and from this date will be joining.! Funeral services Raymond were ':; l.ct a pastor to take the place ot el Sunday afternoon.and Ruby Norman -
G. P.
idren and other relatives. Starke. 9:65 a. m. for January and 21,021,609>> for run by same. I! conducted by Rev. Dr. Tucker. bliss Llnnle entertained )
No.2. northbound local due All bills due East End: Grocery 'of Starke and pallbearers were .- of, Hellbronn Springs
ending'n the funeral from Starke, 6:10 a. m. December. S must be settled on or before Saturday I Messrs. U. A. Newsom, J. II. Hund Jt'LICH UAUKCnvfir/ It.. large crowd Saturday evening at
were: Mr. and Mrs. J. I all reported
and No. 1Z northbound local due MKH. MARY GIHFFIS! March 10th. as I will beI ley. N. Wainwright R. J. Dow- a i birthday party and

.. A. children of White Starke 3:54 p. m. w there to collect them. We wish to hag Chas. Ovorstreet, A. J. Orlf- Julius BarkowlU, 80 years of It.i. nice time. I ,

Reata Douglass of Plant No. 4. northbound through due Mary Grlffis, 95, a resident ot thank the people of Starke for 1111.I age, died at hili' home In Starke Mills Merlle Norman wa visitIne -
Brown and chll- died at her i ii survived by her Sunday following a long illness her cousin, Miss Ruby Norman !
lant Starke 4:44 p. m. the Lawtey section their patronage during the past I I Mrs. Boyd ,
Hinton City and Her. and Starke Wall Dee Branch home there Saturday. Funeral ser- rear and we feel that Mrs. Kruse husband J. O. Boyd. and niece Ira Funeral service were held; Monday Tuesday.Mr. .

ot Mt. Dora. No. 101 leaves Starke 6:30 a. I vices were held Sunday afternoon will give you the tame service a* Boyd, who had made her home at Crosby cemetery, ReT O. I. N. Norman of Hellbronn- of

ntracts for 30.32 miles i m. No. 102 arrives 2:10: p. m. at KIngsley lake cemetery and interment we bare tried to maintain. I with them. Funeral arrangement P. Raymond of the Baptist Springs picked seven quarts

Ing 'In Polk county, to; dally except Sundays. followed. Eight children I EAST END GROCERY |I I were in charge of DeWitt church officiating. lIe Is survivedby trowberriea Monday, which were '

000. I 'T. J. Oriffin..I survive the mother. Dy Lena Marcotte. C. JOBM. ( his wife. old for SOC a quart.


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ti i Bradford High School I New. Zealand, a Country of Interest and Beauty The CROVEL.\M! folowlng HIGH article KCHOOLS Is taken STARKE


g 0 TEX
YEARS
JS l from the school section of the AGO Tppll
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Journal Groveland Graphic, and will be of
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\. \ : :; :jJiG MorOQ Interest to Mr. Poppell's many \
Bradford Ollnt\.
0 SOl/It:
rat j& friends throughout Bradford coun- prIze for wln _
Ldltor-In-Cblet WILLIAM DUNCAN !40/ANG' county (' llIblt,
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1 (' 1 Associate: Editor JOSEPH MALPAS Mr. Poppell was born In New
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I Gladys OIlI.tlIIII'r,,, ,,,,
,. y KN River Bradford county, Florida. hI
.\rd I I' Sports Editor ______________________ ELMER McMILLAN While still a youth he entered the tremble to attend <, h''In,, "'
'.f ", week on flit( .
'1 1' Joke Eldtor ______________u_______ JUNIOR McDONELL C e >i public school at New River. Here Mrs account "I,t '" k
afir B. W. ,,
HII.() | rat
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,.. --p" ----- -- he finished grammar school and "r lid
t vllle
spent the ,,
Y1rV Yy tl", l.1. wR.,41%.>Ar.t from there he went to Lake City, w I K ,'n'l' '"!
CLASS TOURNAMENT AN- TIM; GAS lUG et w amts parents, !Mr. and At, HI
8w a. 'R r where he entered high school\ t
I I
NOl'XCKD: : ,, 1r avt, Sf3rT ** man
of local WMrn.NealfeArlelfalaflNlrMelNtleMMeIMtl w.w.n
A number our sport e.twrNMM6we: +
., Staying In school for one year at
esirwnsrrrawrarwrsrrwr WrrsanYwW .aw..J. The Ford' GUI., .
authorities have been hinting: at a Luke City, he then made up his ? r.",*'
shipment *
(ny Mac McMillan.) of six K ,,,, ,
"?d|
S. class basketball tournament the mind as to what to do (In later life. T.'"'vdl
Sunday
.' Basketball ,at Bradford will and If their wishesare nftern.. ? M, ,
past few days, lie went In the years of 1911 to Marks 'r c
and eull.iv. ,
J ', reach a climax in th<,j next two carried out the tourney should 1916 to University of Florida, tak- Gainesville 'i ?, v'i""r!'' ,, !
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ii %
weeks of play between the four start this coming week. Well V. VV V .. ing a preparatory teaching course. pnnled by !Mentis iI-
now a class tournament ought to the of 1916 and J n I (10': rr'
4r"7 During summers ,
classes of High school to decide Ifurold Wall All,.,, ,:
liven somewhat the rather stagnant sessions i'amnt
up 1917 he took the summer Jim '
? I KIckllter.
the high school championship. I
condition'of Bradford sport In this course, graduating 1917.

; I This tournament has become a I I activities A race for first place ... I( Immediately after this he began shortest Marriage notice servj, t II' ""fol1lt

{l yearly affair. Last year the seniors I honors Is always Interesting both his teaching career by which he shotguns.. Charli, J. ,rdl.,

( for the participants and the on- has received ten of n ketar,1
were acclaimed champs. After I years experience News item from Li, ,,. '
,, lookers. The games should be which has been throughout ,ilmih',
of the most thrilling r +. 1 O. C.
one games .r Livingston ,
i" good, too, as each class possesses 1, ,,1'd
's ...., the state of Florida's best schools. t
I ber of board .
t court the whole of h.m. ,
played on our season "
of
material for the making good I"U'I"
Early in his life, he chose the
in which the seniors led by I teams. I The 1918 straw,,,, V ;
i rose as his favorite flower. Thru bll t;

Captain Thomas and our two-year ,I i. J"f" the many studies and courses he eight season bushels began Min.n. I, ]In i, ruadb i
wer. ,
WhItehead Last week a terrible menace to :
star conquered the| .. | has taken he has found Shakepeare's -
the human mind hit the school, in .. press.
fighting. i I !/t./, works and books the favorite -

2 The stage has the same setting I the disguise of an Innocent and : i of them all. Though he never ed Twenty-five for yonmmw. !

as last year and unless the rats amusing little puzzle. We coudn'tbring .11' ; participated many sports, hems S. C., Tuesday.Camp Jard 1 I'nlu

f, / or sophs spring a surprise again I I this up because we don'trube always had a' liking for them

jl t 's l It will be a battle between the jun-i I', to think about it, lest we see ''and is a very good sportsman hlm1 Petition pregtMi'i'i..',
tors and seniors, with not the I'snakes. Neither is it news for the "elf. lie, at present holds above commissioners ask ,it,, fOP.r5

slightest advantage being given to students, for they too, know all all the favorite of his sports as In road near W K pin!

(' ::4 *;. either, but from what I hear down about It However the thing j "'" I basketball. A little later his fav- place.

senior way they are coming back played( such a large part in the S.1 I orlte sport will be baseball. He Judge Geo. A <;iimiiti, ; .r tt,

for revenge of the heart-breaking dully life of the student that we r7"$'(EI 30tJ,0. NEW 'ZElJ..RND i never misses an opportunity to see last misfortune to lOb. i'ine l

1 defeat of the last term-fourth year cannot! slight it, especially whenwe I one of these sports played If it Is week
i aggregation, so get ready juniors. need something to write about the dermal region' la truly remark the same privileges for full-blood. i 1 His finds Rowand's Theatu 'irt,.",,
position
possible. present
able. Here the Maoris have their and half castes sit In Parliament W. Griffith's $2.",",, ,
} Matching isn't certain yet, but anyway. him the principal of publlft( schoolsat jp '
n communistic centers In the talented
j reveling men of mingled Anglo-Ceitlc "Intolerance" Satin dai
y we think maybe the seniors and -
Groveland Florida for which
hot
streams. and Maori blood have been knlebted Red
t | It though Kewpee 3r Cross supplie-[ '
r
seems as
start the hall rolling seUI'
sophomores
The Maori life In this geyserland Is and Maoris have for many years occupied position his long experience makes
) -' r next Monday morning at ten | Hitch started it. lie refuses to -novel as tourists travelling on the! seat In the cabinet. The him very capable of holding. Ills Starke and LawleID' heal,,

o'clock. | lake the blame, however, as some w "Aorangl" and "Niagara" from Vancouver Maori Is not a mere object ol curiosity favorite color la blue which he tern ...

+ A number of other games will one else gave it to him-without elkl : will find because of the cen- be Is an Integral part of the speaks of as being a very beautiful Orlando- -Publli i. -
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'' follow until there are two teams the solution. lIe intoduced 1 It to a turies-long liking of the native communities nation; his aspirations and destiny tin-
;i left who have proven themselves few classmates, who In turn showed MAORI r.RT6.; IV-W IiAIoAI'fD for the hot springs that terrify -> are closely bound with those of nil color. City Park repaired/ and lift
Mr. whom the
V f e a visitor. Several ot the Poppell, trustees system rebuilt.
many white
neighbours.To
the strongest, and these teams will iI i it to others. In two days students
I and teachers alike were New Zealand I Is an Ideal holiday large village are built among perfect the Maoris. New Zealand chiefly were forutnate in securing for Winter HavenJ\ \ 5
I t lIght the final battle Friday night tablets, land for those who wish to leave a mazes of hot fountain and steaming owes Its distinctive features In romantic principal of the public schools at plans location of "''gar (It
ft blackboards
two weeks. We hope each and every I decorating country of frost and snow and enjoy wells and holes. The usefulness ol history, adventure and legends Groveland, is a middle aged man

i one will come to this game textbooks, campus, clothing and n southern summer which begins in the boiling springs for cooking, and which have been preserved. In many of medium stature. lIe has dark here.Vero BeachFarmers

g 'l rj + The money will\ go toward buying [brains with penciled attempts to December. The long voyage Is to the warm pools for bathing have made districts they are successful farmers. eyes, black hair and a tanned com vicinity preparing ft' plant li
a trophy for the winning team. | discover' the solution. The task many an additional attraction on account the thermal valleys and lake shore due to the great agricultural and ]
plexion. He is very neat In ap- acres of tomatoes.St. .
1 Now you have the dope. We'll be seemed simple enough One was of its restfulness favored homes of the natives. pastorlal regions The vast extent oi Augustine-

looking/; for you, and may the befit merely to draw a continuous line New Zealand bal every descriptionof New Zealand's! success in the man- dairying wool-growing and stock pearance. Building
team win. I through; every distance betweentwo teener;. It* flords are as lovely a* agement of native races Is astounding raising Industries reveal New Zealand: When he entered this school he mlts issued here during! JII;.

corners In a square of five those of Norway its Alpine meadows and this has been accomplishedIn as a productive country. Also It U s found the school in heavy debt. lie totaled nearly $100.nil-(

aA4 ; 1VT MKKT1NU: : I sections. But when you tried itl! and mountain summits have long a remarkably short time. Color land rich In scenic beauty, climate 'Immediately set to work to over -
local Parent-Teachers' Association anted mountaineer and tourists, and lines do not exist; the Maori Is given and commercial opportunities.. come this obstacle and through his
4 The That was different. It is safe to .
t held its third meeting -- untiring work the school has finally -
4 say that fully 5000 tries at the Crcye'sTaslciess

;' last Friday. An enjoyable program j thing were made those fews days. New Court Houses Reflect paid this.
and Classic
I 4 y was presented for ,the benefit By Friday, practically all had given Dignity Beauty He helped the trustees In securing
r the present faculty, of which,
ot the 84 parents present The They had nothing but wild-

j eighth grade had the honor of havIng -' up. y .. .ti .. .. he tried to secure they very best.
t eyed faces and severely strained : :' ,-i.-I't ...
the largest percentage for the' F ,/f.' P."i'e .,... He is liked by all the pupils who
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1t3 cerebrums! for their labor. I .m"'Po.' Chill
; Tciic
enrolled 60 '. '"S '. .. .. ,'' 'v' ,T "'.'r.'" have found him a very friendly
k number of pupils per-| ., .. >. "" ." .
"f ::.;"' w..i'.. :;' '' _... "" < ,{! W
:; _._ 'N.. .. .... ,. ... of t man always willing to meet any
,rent: of the students ot that room benefit of these ,;: q. . ,, '! 2 vJ ;-
I For the many !of.tr: t'lJ <,0. 1J.l1r.> ti ,'. it't. one half-way in what he thinks is Stops Malaria Beaton
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being represented. oft I In fact, these all who failed, we _..;. ;- .......,.. :....... :o- ...,...t,;..'!: ,;' .'t: ; Ii' G r right and best for the Individual. Strength and Energy.

; The subject of the amount published the solution: In gainingthe r 'r : 1" f. lIe believes In a pupil's best effort Purifies and Enriches the)&c
i.f > .
of the It.r.
library books in possession Instead of workingat ; n'tt'.
total result ,t ,, J
grammar school being brought up,1 I hit yourself on the tl ifJ ri''K1f'rTJ" 2,. .. : : .J;; put toward Ills school work which You can feel its Strengthen
the '
puzzle 8t X $ GL .Jj [ will be very useful to a person as Invigorating Effect Gin
It was found that the lower grades Might as Ll : : 1 : ,. 'i; ?
to have head with a hammer. iNt) .:.. ... :. ,,: Ff N'rl: he starts out in later life to makea (Pleasant to Take)
5c p need but 44 more books without all t;
accredited( i well be nutty quickly ...,..' ";' .'.,''.;.,C "' '". : . library. < .
fully "i9 ,
a that hard labor.In > < 'f. j .f. t.. Jt f 1+ tiI.
V I" I. .. .j.j"fir he will be found trying to put this
The speakers of the day were {'t' : ;, ,... ., .
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E, M. Hooks, who gave an Interesting It can't be done; L If.! over to.the pupils who are attending 'fiiiiniiimiiiiiniimiiniiiwiiii; I -
,, Rev. other words :' ;Jf.; .......:lw the Groveland school. !Mr.

L> % p I j and Miss talk Myrwln on "Child Jackson Welfare", who, I and Heaven help in reach the Inventor of a B. II.It c'z'.CONAI.. .' !'I'.! ,m! r,. r : t:"! Poppell has made many friends LAND

i he ever steps V Cou2TlodsEk .. .t. I .. .L t .. iii r't 'm with the people\ of Groveland who
subject,
i t discussed"Courtesy/ the and .Important food manners as asocial S. student. "- Ai <. .> .",. 'iIiIn'ro t'u.1" ,.. ft' '',..;..' are wiling to back him to the best SURVEYINGSubdividing.

and business asset." Not long ago we expressed treat .. '1nffHf.;: ,: ,;;' : I;: I of their ability in anything he
wishes to undertake toward bet
of action : Drain
,, t 4 The. enjoyable musical program desire for continuation ..' 0" f '-:! w. ': .
tering the school and its
(, included a vocal selection by Mrs I and excitement In the auditorium.We :::. : : ttT pupils. .
( Systems
J. S. Butler and two numbers by got our wish: granted. Work '" :.- I Pensacola- -Passenger train service age

P u the pupils of the second grade. .\ has started on u the operatta... ,_I"The"..', "';" ... t..INUl-n"Ij- :} '\'X over Frisco Railroad to 'this Accurate Work

Gypsy: Rover," ana work u ne.- :::-" ... I will be
place June
possible by 15.
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TIH3 PUOCJHKHH ()to' TIIK _..::,.::'- w" :::;,'_. :. ... '- --- H. E. LagergreD
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)to.\)) IN TIIH: UMTKU n.UI'.j': I ... J
; ( the flagpole :.'f '
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morning .
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F' s The other :: .: 2l from Kidney Fla.
hole by our i I'sai I-. ; .'r. f'COM6 CbUN7Y'.r Starke,
hoisted out of its :: and Bladder
''I I was f
w ( By Ralph Cox ftth grade) ] Janitor. A little later. ...- .. .:v. ... '" ...... CotJRTKCWS'E. Trouble. Dun't ..
(E The first railroad In America powerful the hole was again planted 's. .::.".:,'.:; ._-.f... ,.,' ; 1.- .. k .. ,.,$/./ .,/U..N.C l!. let the je organ iimuiLliilll'iiiMimi';,, ''" i -
however, ;N. .
t'' ; ? 1809 and extended ,I I flut- w :.. :\: : .I"x (1 flTf{ R..I rjf4J make -
a
'l built In again r. .. ,- martyr
;; was and Old Glory once ,, t" )it't''ll{l .:.f t ,' 'f'." ; -
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from i a guarF Ryt v -y efyou.Heed tht Trst ''lIDwIDt1"=llIrnrull
only a short distance and ttJred opposite !Miss Florences'room g, ''tt, f.,rt...,. ;.).,:\ < y'i' ; !. !/ ;:; W'f, : I warning that "things are
river was !
5\.1I1.\
F 4 :.jto.
l Delaware I thought CASKET
ry to the ': thus dispelling/: any ; ," p ,;..'.;: i ," ".'.by ."Drinlc freely of water COFFINS &
i FI I drawn by horses. After this a few i 1 bad befallen the gov- 'i !J. 1 .fi "r.; r 1'1'f f "I"
that disaster : ti It5: ; / -; and take Cold Medal Haarlem Oil Cap. Ln! ofUndertnkers'
horsepower B Full
il' used and
} ;; t more followed that eminent. >. W{. : .11, <,. i I .,'. .., I'' f. sules. A world famous remedy for kid a

i i ,, or !sail.! I| ." .1 '. )irt t'f' 1.m .)< ,J: r !> ;' { 't. 1 neyliver,bladder and uric aciu troubles Supple
U The first American built locomotive :SKWHPAPKRCLC'll: : ; '.lIE; i J i.WoJ'i i : I'J-(.. ,; since 1696.
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the "Tom Thumb," was ,. ji'i > 111 I.I fd ffj."it. :d<
I. +, ( : ; D BL43
run In 1830 on the Baltimore and The Newspaper club took charge f ? ) ': .Jc; ; :"., \\l :.!"" .' ". '/ :' .ji-. : G !J m AUTOMOBILE

rt i Otto Railroad, but it was soon lot the assembly of last week and I b # ? w :&( v w iv *r$, .%I w *' r fIp} 'f II''i: tli wJtF'H t 1 HAARLEM OIL' ) rAt Alfa y> .n b..<.. n.. Mt..odd,+

a' ::11, .t\' abandoned as it was too small for ', gave a varied and enjoyable pro i\f.\ IU.I' I'}"'L '"l:2J! M the I....t..' prlwe.tentlo '. .rd..
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the .iJt )f'fu.' i : Vj '
} service. The first American- gram. This program Included '. f. ?T lI1; all drugalrt la three .u".. Loot for the REGISTERED 6MBAlk11DE
a; 1 used with practical }!IU: MaEt. 'l I name on the blue end gold box.
locomotive b i
,, built Friend" following: chorus ... ..u. .O.uU. ; : \VITT C. JONES
result! was the "Best Sweet Adeline--The "
South I BUI Duncan. sir: OIJISCIVI... OoORT-riotiffe. Goo Cot///7VO///v/// : ;; :ir"GO .
Wd 'the same year on a Ma Omaha !Ma- couizrClaaalc odSEC RELIEF FROMITCHING PILES STARKE. FLA.SayitwithFlowe

I railroad. This road when 1 Sketch, "Neblchudsezzar"Glenn -
Carolina
completed was 138 miles long, at' McMillan. beauty and rare design typify dreds of cities and towns. Like the More than fifty per cent of the ] !I. so quick when PAZO OINTMENT .ta .
the world. Rooks. the new court boUae under construction Imposing limestone skyscraper or tbe building stone sold In: the United applied le will iiirprlM you. Drugrirlita
$ this time the longest In Violin solo-Murrah magnificent cathedral the courthouses State Is limestone from I are keenly interested In the remedy and
dug the bllli e
t In various of the
i 1850 there were less than I "A Teachers I\Icetlug"- parts country. are recommending It to their ctmtomem..
By ; Playlet are adding their portion ot of the famous Bedford-BIoomington: Auk your Druggist boat PAZO OINTMENT.
6,000 miles of railroad In the Newspaper Players.KTIOCKTTK. Large dents are being carved In the beauty to America' shilling skyline district. The current fashion In architecture I In tubes with pile pica, 7Sei or

whole country and so many livellwere I quarries of the Indiana Limestone Reflecting solidity and permanence Is demanding a far more liberal In tin hex maWhen

n '' lost while\ traveling that\ : \ : : CLLRe company for the erection of such befitting the borne of law enforce use of atone and thla tendency I* i

passed a law that ever tructurea. Many of the buildings arc ment tbe new structures express an forcefully shown In tbe substantial For Al|
congress and railroad should b e, ,: Last club day the Etiquette :designed to. harmonize wltb "city artistry that 1* classic jet American building* that home tbe court of \ Flowers
;k steamboat Club discussed "The Kindergarten beautiful" plans, an Influence in bun- In design. law You
Inspected by Federal officers. t Occasions
made .
which was
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1860 railroads had reached l ot Etiquette ..
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By Missouri river. The Pacific; up of "elementary table manners that we refraIn from bragging; and lIng out for the best Interests of MelbourneWork started on f Feel a ColdComing -

i the coast was nearly 2,000 miles i The proper use of the fork, the dishonesty lest we "swallow our the commonwealth where routings waterworks extension for this city. Gertrude Godbey

I and the fork and knife to- selves" no matter how talented we I
Union Pacific
I away and In 1868 the spoon of roads were sought to be swayed

and Central Pacific' two companies _.. !Bother; also etc.discussed_. u few ?,.??"."*, are, was especially. valuable. by local Influence. The people of RHEUMATISMWhile IOn Anderson

I undertook.... tile Pacific Job u'l; from We Emily Post's box In the -I The first two rehearsals of the Florida look upon Dr. Hathawayas -Waldo, 1
to the
road
building a Magazine. musical romance "The Gypsy Rov the man of the hour as a leader in France with the Am"rl-I Phone 39
(1889)! ) the Call's '
a, within three years (at last the er" to be presented by the High who has arisen at the opportunetime. can Army I obtained a noted : rdk@ ulaxeflVP

road was completed, by KKJHTH: GRAPH School Glee Club the first of april, They will elect him gover-. French prescription for the treat

( continent. had been spanned I was held last Monday and Thurs nor.-Palatka News: ment of Rhemuatlsin and Neuritis.I .

rail 1 At .our assembly on Friday. day. The directors, Mrs. A. B. have given this to thousands
five or six bIg companies of the South Jacksonville Building
In 1887, had charge: Lseom
Louise Edwards Wall and Miss Myrwtn Jackson, p
railroads w'th wonderful results. The prescription I

controlled all of the following talks were permits Issued here during Jan
I meeting: the report early prospects of a successful -
( and charged rates Just as : uary totaled $100,000. cost me nothing. I ask colds g11
this time given' : musical play. nothing for it. I will mall it If Fir ,
wanted but at Globe Construction
to, Tampa -
they R. L. Thomas. .
The Bittern-
J i' congress regulated railroad rates. I The I.aprlnp--Cleo; Shepard.The Iteports received from over the Company, Tampa with capitalization you will send me your address. A 1 adJets and flu take |

In 1920 there were about 380, Night-jar Kdna Hutto I state prove conclusively that the of $16,000 chartered. postal will bring It. Write today. .

000 miles of railroads Ag eri 'i The Penguin-J. R. Kelly. the gubernatorial candidacy of Dr. Mlcanopy--Florida Power Corp- Grip,Influenza and

I Ica that required over 1,110.000 I' The picture given by Mrs. Rooks Fons. A. Hathaway is being favor- oration takes over municipal light Paul Case, Drpt. F-32, Brockton begin aa a tatty common Pneufla -

men as workers. was won by the eighth; grade at I' ably received and Is gaining Im and power plant here. 3111>18. Price 30c.

\ Total mileage of railroads In 1 Association. petus. The underlying reason for
4 the Parent-Teachers' ... -,--. luiIII'IiIII,,, ,- tii iiii i iil1liiiiil' The box born Q
other countries are: I ''IIII."lnlll..IllUllUIIbI'II,1"' INUNIp1eellltllNl.al'nICIWJIIIaIiI' II: >Sp signature
r ::1'. U. S. and ''We had a total of sixteen votes this unanimity of opinion is the

t V '. ? America, 380,000 miles Russia !, Monday morning Melba Silcox I capable manner In which Dr. HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE &3r&-o**

r 60,000 miles, Germany 40,000 read "Tommy" by Rudyard Kip- Hathaway has acquitted himself '"

f" miles, France 32,000 miles. Great ling. Daisy Tompkins read a poem 1 a* head ot the state road depart- Proven Merit since 1889 [a
*
Britain, 23,436 mIles Austria- by Bayard Talor, "A Night With ment. He has made it function. !

- Hungary (before war). 28,708 ''a Wolf." The 90 Plus Club Is do- Without previous experience !in FOR Yon LIVER \DCMAR

miles .British Indian, 34,648 Ing some splendid outside work.Rev7K. this particular line he has shown STARKE FLORIDA

M miles, Canada, 30,000, Mexico that he posesses dynamic force. Relieve the dark brown taste, coated -

.f' 16,840 miles, Brazil, 15,525 miles, I M. Rooks, pastor of the I And, what is more to (he point he Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies il' and tongue constipation{ adache., Lan nick'. Pill stomach
20,637. .Methodist church, led In the has exhibited resoluteness of char the regulate tone Relieves the cony .
Argentina. First TIRE ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND, LIABILITY you rvrrler the bow"1"' make '
F "'Baftll.ufcas "ffnly "'-''ff52 r'mites I Wapef exercises! last Wrdtt n! fay. acter.! 'He hat not played politic MITCIIKLL'S fine. prevent cohaiteo

'lI 'more''Of'Vall"h'oW/ttinntrie: "'U;"S. His Waa'interesfrng'and helpful In 'tne' location of''""highway "'Hehas '""tADJ M11 Imns-ritbJ..f'> +krl 'GYpRSttroyupu.wupRtermain"temp'mrnsammsmsammMmummmt DRUG STORE! and race.-f'

t had In l'UO-1IJ years ago. to the students. Ills advice even made enemies by hold- \ \ .m"IIIIU"III""IJI1I""mUIIJ'oIIIIImnUlI... "" ,," ', LfANE'S'PIIiirsJ

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FORD IS FACED ments of motor vehicle laws I in I cials In WaHhtngton: and that tho .
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New of Florida in Short Paragraphr f THE FORUM several states and also unusual difficulty proper machinery to bring the task :J
I : t.
the has !(
WITH DELAY INPRODUCTION company experienced to a su'cellstltl'undllslon, had been '
"- getting Its final assembly line
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;' ;-ilitor, $ Telegraph -ry poor family hnd these articles functioning When i the company announced( I Iwould It movement was Initiated by grow- .: '
Jlarke t Fla :j
eve State News Dear SirI would at home ho would be independent -.---- provide a parking. brake era on the lower hart; Coast a year 11' I. I .
like
some for your if to write I and the rich man would be far better Output t'pliol.I" Uy Font's IVtcrinitiation mounted on the propeller shaft It ago as a result of the louses sustained J r
I paper you would to llntc fur ,\I developed" an euKlnoorliiK and production through the dumping of '
let me t am living In Bradford off, too because all could buy >- } 'I ll
problem which has contributed cheaply Mexican
selutely high produced toma
county at this time more clothes and shoes !
and !! You
want to men the
to
delay. First the
toes In the American market.
live here right on for it Is who have flelds growing In /
,
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES a coun up engineering department must determtno
Detroit-Through a aerie" of -
ly to be proud of. Anything that broom sage, put a man on that on the design of tho broken II\.VT CITY ;MOVIIMKNT: : LIGHT n f..
f wilt grow In the ground will grow place help him and he will help circumstances which have developed ml then production facilities must 'r
--..-.-.-------J Jr. I, here < (' the Ford !Model A
was announced
and all of :
the
\ good people you.The )bit altered to provide for its manufacture Plant City. Feb 24.-The straw. r ; 7,
,n "More pleased than A. Thibbets and Detective Job t here wants to see this county and time Is here that If there !! In December It Is learned all of which Is larger than harry movement this. week has I r
f comment, of Byor Caudell Indicted Starke grow. Isn't more farming done( youhaven't that production of the new our in. It sounds. been rather light owing to the cold
werq for
wa the the murder not up to the original!: 'expectations
Alright then seen the hard times
Just put your yet. Because Ford plants were closed over the week-anil and the coverIng -
president of the Celo- of H. Kler, negro bell boy; shoulders to the wheel and she Talk about your world war-this ot the Ford: < company.: Indications > l for HO long period and because of a largo portion of the berries "

.:: my and the Southern Testimony in hearing on the r will roll along. Now here Is the will be the worst thing you ever are that large quantity output Is the I new cur must be assembled In the field Tu sdi y proved + I F

Company, folllwng an In- application for habeaua corpus main thing-get farming on your saw. It can be stopped by everybody still some weeks' away. with much more accuracy and precision to bo the largest!: day of the week r; ,

j n our of his hundreds of named Tom N'azworth: then de mind. If everyone had plenty t of pulling; together and plantIng Because of the situation many !! than the model T, the company so fur although today( was expected '
Ids ''It acres in this section a corn and meat and potatoes +at ; plenty of feed for ourselves Ford dealers in the Detroit area has boon compelled at great to bring In the heaviest volume "

t th trip here from Chicago tectlve, as the actual killer, Chlel t home you would see all such pro and for our stork. I can remenibervery have withdrawn) new cars from expense to train new personnel to of the current week. A car of ber- 'ti a t'rt

n I ind piano, Dahlberg spent 11. Leslie Quigg as helping framea ducts come down in price If ev-' well when the this county and their display floors and are nowoncentratlng man the assembly' lines In the varlous rhea was. started on Wednesday and N

iabl time going over the story to conceal the facts of the" Baker county were In fine fix-all on selling used, cars Ford plants throughout the (,ol11llett"d"h'rdRY., moving out I

am fields and agricultural .case, and willlam M. Heachey, for and lie is a likable fellow those old fields lying out here and and promoting I service work until world last night with 192 crates the

meats : mer detective, as an eye wilnesa ly. Xo doubt he would make personal there' were growing hog feed and such time as they ran/ begin to realize It Is reported" that (he delays largest car to date. Included In l+
a good .
t sales of the
on productWhen
who refused to carry out Qulgg'a governor, but he has plenty of beans for cows, plentyof new have been part hilly due to Ford's this cnrlot movement wore some
Palm Beach-The Florida order only a local milk and butter on the table the car wits announced of the
to conceal the body. Klet following and that Ictotiulmitlim to have the cur nb- berries sold on the platform
will hold its local following the Ford made it known I'. I
they expected -
association winter and and best of J
ti: was killed In the summer of 1925 Is not as dependable summer olutely right before it goes lain.' ,on Wednesday.
meeting In Jacksonville, i he to as It should all, plenty to eat. It it rained, to attain a production of at the public's hiuulrt, with the ,result The price has continued to hold 1,
encourage other
tUli and 16th, according : people 1 In just let It rain. If it was (cold least 1.000 cars a day by the end although
Indications
well
I Tampa-Gasoline users were I other sections of the that the slow procedure Is. cost)lug up today
Hc. Baker, of Palmrouuty state to go just stay in the house till time to of January( and 2000 daily by the
rift flocked; to filling stations Monday: their full length In his behalf. Mr. Item untold sums were that there would be a small t fl :41
end of From
of the February. what cane
president as- with all manner of receptacles, usa I Carlton has a scattered get the cows In the lot. In refuting persisting. !: rumors decline The opening this morn- a
L who Issued the call for result of a two-cent drop in the In other parts of the state following besides Boys, it ran be done again, butIt > learned It appears the output that he will abandon the flve-day-a liiK was from 40 to 47 cents the
Jeeting,. Headquarters will will take three months to make las barely reached half the figureset while '
/ quart t the approximate +
price of the fluid due to a "price I the Immediate section lu week program which wax adopted( \ average -
at the Hotel George which he it. A farmer could l be the happiest for January with the result F
ililished for
war" according to most oil company lives, but as In Clay some time ago and work six und yetiterdtiy In the yard waa
Igton, where the visitingwill olllclals here. Tank wagons Is small. Tills county the following I I i man in all the world l. but we've got: that dealers In I the vast Ford or- I HOVPII days Henry Ford decluros 49 cents the quart.
Is
stay and where the true with to where we don't work like we ganization are able to obtain onlya The movement this week brought
have charged from 15 to 18 cents, the other aspirants he tive-day program will continue ;
for
be held governor Let's and small fraction of cars required _. _._
'I( sessions will I with the retail rate at 18. used to. get busy get; -- the season's total well over the b
S Cutting except Mr. Hathaway. With Just these men who have big farms to fill the large number of orders NKIKi\O: : : T.\ltWI"' I'Wl'ut"nOs: ) 300,000 quart mark the movement -
began Saturday and the the
today retail mere
of $60- announcement of l\lr.1 i land lands to help 011 hand -
ihasseeUpwards us so we can by express and freight being.
cost was down to 16 cents at Hathaway that he ,
the share of the county all stations except those of the for would be a candidate I help them Let everybody get The Ford company now has 91- Jacksonville Feb 29.-Tariff 332.: 606 quarts tip through last \
funds] from the collections governor. "Hathaway right after farming and all will 000 men on its payrolls! and reports protection for Florida's fruits and night This brought an approximate
Texas Officials of that for Governor" I
State Department of Game company. clubs began to organize I I soon say, "Well, old Hard Times emanating from FordHon are vegetables: against the cheaply! return to growers at 197-! u
corporation said they would be in all
l'shVater Fish from hunt.lIng' over Florida with an' has gone." I would l like to own a to the effect" that considerable !grown products of Mexico and tileWest 643.48.
and trapping licensesr line. Four cents of the amount enthusiasm never before known I in: ',; farm here, I want to make this my progress Is being made in the Indies! will be one of the prln- 1'y
I
the season Just closed goes to the state, and motor fuel the state in the interest of a candidate home, and I could own a farm If manufacture of certain units for Ipal topics to be discussed at the Font Hathfiwuys was In West

> Commissioner J. B. was cheaper today than at any for a state office There I Ia Is soma good man would only sell the car. These are being distributed first of a series of district n 011foren'os Palm Beach last week. It news- ;g

lime announced The depart- time in the.last. decade.. reason for this. The people of me one and give the right chance.Let's among tile various assembly over the state to be heldat paper support would elect a candidate '

ecenlly recorded the ap- Florida recognize that the greatest all, poor and rich In this plants to bo held In readiness for Lake! Wales. Tuesday, March 6, for Governor of Florida yr
of $66,778 to the var- Orlando-The registration of P. development of the state is go- county pull together: help each big time assembly operations! fie Florida State Chamber of Commerce Ions could probably, at this time, ; .
ment/ for financing their II. Roberta as a real estate salesman Ing to come through the building' other and watch the county and It is reported that certain sup announced today In urging order the CUTAWAY COAT and i t

)iintles to that time some was revoked last Monday by of a thorough road system. Mr Starke grow. It can be done. Hurrah pliers of units have boon unable to vegetable and citrus growers from BTIliricn imlTCHK.S, as established {

and up the sale of llcenl an order signed by Hon.. Frank A. Hathaway has been building this; for the farmers Hope to see deliver parts on schedule and this nil over South Florida to be pl'esellt. by Cnry fin rdl'e, and also ;h ;

reports on I Smith, judge of the circuit court road system. Three years ago. this In the paper. I remain Bradford also has mil la ted against carrying arrange for his florist to plant the t
received. '
l not.been. II I of; Orange county, and' the defend there was hardly a single continu i I' county's friend and to all out the original plans. Perhaps\ The chamber disclosed that for flowers at this time whereby he 'i

The skull and ant was perpetually enjoined from OilS stretch of good highway In ute people. God will bless us all the most serious!! problem facing nearly ten months it had been at would have a new boutonniere
,e Haven- Karslake, operating as a real estate salesmanIn the state, now it is possible to go if we help each other. the company Is the necessity of work to procure such protection, every day for the first year of his fI,' "

J the body of A.who C. lost his this state In a proceeding tiled almost anywhere In Florida over I G. G. Burnsed providing an additional parking that Its representatives had held a ('dmlnlstratlon.-Pllim Beach In 9 t t

Ely fisherman of September, by the Florida Real Estate Com good roads. This system was chaotic Box 490, Starke Fla. brake to meet technical require- number of conferences with offi dependent. / r 1
I the flood mission. The specific charge was now Is is systematized and. r rI s
|as found on the former lake that the defendant induced: a woman wonderful strides have been made.

three miles from the old ,, to deliver $400 to him In cash The road system Is far from complete I

ine Saturday. It was Iden- for the purpose of buying In some but the people know that i If V

>y two gold teeth. In all, property at a foreclosure sale. The Mr.\ Hathaway Is made governor,

dies have been recovered sale was never held, and It was alleged he will see to it that the entire

142 lost In the storm whiched that the defendant tailed system is completed In a businesslike ,

this community Kars111 and refused to return the money. and economical manner. Mr.

be burled In the specialry Hathaway Is the only candidatefor ,

holding the rest of the Melbourne Beach-To the accompaniment governor who has rendered!!
rc.
I Ionville : of the roar of the the state an outstanding service,
S
Atlantic ocean dashing its waves whose past record gives promise

-The Florida Light over this sand beach, civic funeral of future performance, and that is than '41

ower Company of Miami services were held Friday in honorof why he is strong with the masses more : ever : :
smallnt
Jhe construction of a Harry Brooks, of Detroit, Ford of the people.We I

at Baldwin, according to motor test pilot who plunged into repeat, the next governor of
Ballon reaching the Jackson- the sea off this beach last Satur- Florida will be Hathaway or Catts. '

pullders Exchange Monday. i,day. School children Boy Scouts, Many discreditable reports are In : "

tiding which will house theIR Coast Guardsmen, representatives circulation regarding Mr. Catts. :

to be constructed at a cost of al churches in the city, and They may; or may not be true. We need

1,010, and the contract hast Melbourne civic clubs united in are passing them all by, we can- I i

to Phbenlx Utility Com-'paying homage to the pioneer avi- not understand how a man can accumulate you J

according to local advices 'ator, who established a new en- In a perfectly legitimate ,'s ', 1 1i rti4
{mtructlon work will get uny durauce record for airplane having way money enough to run for goo t 14
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I OL A n "' a ft '''. It takes I
soon. la motor or jess man tu IIUIBVJIVTT.'er ernor every four years. Rr
I' when the flew from Detroit to a lot of cash and Mr. Catts may r1I

Wales Great possibilities Titusville on a non stop flight. All acquire It In a perfectly honorable .
cultivation of the tung oil business houses closed from 10 to and legitimate way, but lots of peo- (t I

ere outlined by B. F. Wlln 12 In respect to Brooks. ple can't understand how It is I

of Gainesville, head of . done. CLEAN :

ite forestry commission and Green Cove Springs--Plana for We are making no charges. We Pasoizne. t.

nt of the American Tung a new highway which will connect are Just sounding the word of 9Today's 1
pany in his talk before the Doctor's Inlet with Green Cove warning. If you don't want Mr. J JS.

>H men's conference at Bab- Springs and also Penney Farms bya Calls for governor the only wise f

ik. Tung oil Is used In the shorter route, will be presented thing to do is to center on Mr. '

and varnish Industry Mr. to the board of county commissioners Hathaway. He is the only man in

neon said In electrical In- for approval. It Is said, at the race who can be nominatedover

on and In oil cloth and tina their meeting March 7th. The new him.-Clay County Crescent ., I

If It were cheap enough route If approved of will shorten S A1 '

Id be widely used in place distance between Penney
'eel oil In other Industries,, the by about FE? oil1. i
and Jacksonville HOUMW RUN"
,;
Farms i "I. :T Tim C rr,i'
.t1
led. ShasseeCopies I eight bring miles Mlddleburg It Is ,said Lees, and Corner also /II I'

of all spews Cove the recent
Doctor's Inlet closer to Green Those listening to
passed by the 1927 leg- 'SprIngs. In the event the new Ipeeches of Rev. Sidney J. Catts

is will be available for dls- route Is adopted it is probable that given in a number of towns of the .

nn by the secretary of statea the old Black Creek bridge: will state and of which Lake Wales was I

short time It was and be moved west to a point directly one, have hardly believed they i

here. The superlntend- 'south of Doctor's Inlet et the heard aright aa the former Governor motors operate oil holds its body-kc 'ps I :'
the state printing plant at where two thoroughfares and licensed Baptist preacher

5's' Industrial school at Mar- creek will connect with It, one going to came: out flatfooted for the local speeds arul the hottest friction spots ; i'IfNF

has advised the board of Springs and the other option in regard to horse and dog '
I Green Cove ,
sinners of state Institutions In a southwesterly direction to racing In the State of Florida. compressions than ever safe from destructive I

ie laws have been put In Farms. N "Let the Hounds Run" appearsto ,, i
id that they will shortly be Penney be the leading; plank In the ex- before. They put nevYear.. i, ;

JI.TILWAon CATTS Governor's platform. He doesn't lay .;
demands on gasoline and ; ,
S to -
"limit the gambling parl-
of say CLEAN refinecifashlonedkindsnyourcar.
observer gasoline
paOfficers of the local To even the casual Florida It mutuels where the man betting oR motor oil. Don't risk old- t
In
uad found an entire dwell- political movements that the has about as near a chance to an with unusurl I care to remove '
use devoted to the manufac- must be very apparent even break as a gambler ever I

llquor during their rounds next Governor of Florida is Catts.goingto gets." He merely says: "Let 'em foreign matter andcarbonforming ,

ity. The city was located Fons Hathaway or Sidney which Mr. run If a majority of the people of Pan-Am now offers you- ,
f
with
ink street, near Fortune. A The enthusiasm of his any particular section of the state elements. r
Ion still was filled jiathaways announcement Tax them five r
copper ; want the races. percent #
ii'h, Installed In the rear, candidacy has been received all ov- for school purposes and solve SAFE oil, refined from Pan-Am gasoline keeps f
undlspflted-
full operation. The re- er the state marks him the school problem. Florida Is overlooking 'U
of that element paraffin base crudes that motor cleaner. it r ,
leader
r of the building was a ly as the to a golden opportunity In your I

i place) for barrells ot mash, of Florida democracy Catts opposed In the executive not catering to this type of tourist. make a tougher oil. That means less carbon trouble 1'r4
and Mr.
f empty bottles seating the
liquor, again Mr. Florida might as well get money ,

hinge that go with liquor chair following at Tallahassee.nobody can as Havana." is why Pan-Am motor and better performance. I II t t .'t
Calls has a That Is a pretty broad state- tf
who are for him are
S Those
seeking
touch. ment for a Baptist preacher I
record.
basses Consumers of for him regardless .of his to be executive of the State of

e of Florida used 20,731- Things may be proven unfit hIm on to him be, Florida. It may be!! a vote winning Pan c/fmerican Petroleum

Ions of that product during things that won a statement on the East Coast,
proof
y, the monthly consumption governor of Florida but the little but we doubt If It Is through the

?nt of the state departmenttate of these things would have him. central and northern portion of the I

department of agrlcul- effect on those who are for because State where the backbone of state Corporation 4-
just
ntpectlon division shows They are Catts supports and for no Democracy lies. We don't believe ..,!

the same month, 3,261- they are for makes Catts no differ- the people of Polk county want to Also dlttribtanri of KIP Insecticide, jwP'1''

Ions of kerosene were con- other reason. It was gov- run their schools on gamblers' losses I SEMDAC calICO Jxo&A caRd SUP2RLA. candle 1
Catts
and 3,849 gallons of signal ence to them that the State avery any more than they would wantto 1I 1- icP'\ _
.la county still held the lead ernor once and made executive and give burglars a free hand to operate I 4. ,

line consumption for the In- expensive chief that, was with a tax for the schools on I > Fill up today at the first Pan-Am pump .. I

1 counties with a total of left nothing in his record their "hauls"-Bartow Record. I .. .. '
78 gallons, but Hlllsbor- I constructive or of permanent bane- you eee. You can be sure of honest ;"\ '
his I
close second, the state. Mr. Cattt. has There Is a great cry Being sent Pan-Am dealer. And p f'
ounty was a tit to can- I tervicefrom any ( :I: 9 : \
222,621. Duval county was following and that following up by the chairman's opponents t \ \ UJ
Hh 1,820,072 gallons. | not be moved. It then behooves that money has been wasted andtbat you know that the products he Bells'L ;.1" .. ; I

S not Catts men, who the roads could have been 1 '" I
nl i Continued investigation those danger who are In his ascendancy to built more economical. We would are produced and distributed by one ,. (, '. 4 je

see of Florida Who could have built reliable uP CJ t
ges> of police terrorism here the chief executlveshlp like to ask: organization."I'ImIT' .
real consideration economical We have II
thorough and them more "
edlcted as the grand Jury to: give
that Is confronting here in Levy county .
iiaed the city manager and to the danger a case right : ';01
commission to appear Frl- them. :Mr. Carlton is a that knocks a charge like that Into -er

ornlng. Police Lieutenant good man. lIe has that reputation a cocked hat.-Wllllston Sun.




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'yq; )''; NO" FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. BTARKE, FI.ORlDA. --- -. --' ------. _._._' __-- ".1 / 4i ,
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I :MIIH. KPPKUSON: HOSTKHS: *++.1N.....+.....*...1., I Ius Fowler and Professor C. C I -- -
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u. r>. c. 4J : Matheny We all had a very alee

(: lTO Keystone Heights JMl J time. If we did get beat.KVKRGRKICT. I

4rc:1LLIit The W. T. Week chapter U. S .. 11.1.. Ocdra. Cor, .

D. C., met Wednesday afternoon i1.NNNN.N.NN...1.. .......................... A New Shoe Service In
:
e at three-thirty and held their Keystone Heights, March 9.- !: .

I I'' monthly business meeting with An excellent exhibit of the workof (MM. F. A. Rosier, Cor... ) A. I GainesvilleTo .

'I I !Mrs W. J. EpperBon, who the art class under the direc- ...
graciously .1N.NNN..1....111
tion ot Mrs. C. H. Clark of Key- I'I

i ? Phone 29 entertained the chapter. stone Heights, was held Wednesday Evergreen, March 9.:-Mr.\ and I I

,. After the regular order of business l- Thursday and Friday afternoons Mrs. R. B. Lee and baby, of Clay

I'' Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., accompanied In the Woman's Cluhouse. county, spent Friday with Mrs .

j i PAICKNTH MKHTIVO: lit the residence of Mrs. T). E. by Miss Ethel Griffin, The class, which now has an Lee's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. friends and former

1 AT CLl'll: IIOfSK/ ) Knight to rehearse the Easter sang a group of lovely iiongg.At enrollment of seven members, was Pringle. To my many customers m [Bl'adfolt l (|f
organized last fall and their work .
Cantata they ore preparing. After the close of the afternoon the Willie Mae Reddish spent Frtday I extend a cordial invitation
County to
t' shows! remarkable progress since \ j j.,;
Miss Clio McLuughlln, representing night and Saturday with her ] lt t
!
l1e
the practice Mrs. Knight and Mrs.Pickerlll hORteHs assisted by Mrs. J. M. that time. The exhibit consistedof
the state board of health cousin, Louise Rosier.
", Mrs II. V. Brownlee and sass' Griffin, served in new store. The "VOGUE" bri'lg"
< assisted by twenty-six water colors and a my '\
and the
as a school nurse, conducted a Mrs. A. B. Rosier baby were
1 a tempting xalad\ course with hot number of charcoal sketches all
Knight served a delicious ice Healer
!Mrs.
parents' meeting at the Woman's the week-end guests of
chocolate and whipped cream. of which displayed decided talent best and most beautiful in shoes withal
({ clubhouse Saturday afternoon. She coiirm- with home-made cake. Sapp.
gave a tine" account of the work Mesdames Chapter members enjoying( the and skillful development under a Mrs. Jess Saunders and baby, of Ijj
Those present were afternoon with Mrs. Eppersonwere reach and ,
I needed In the rural districts, the I competent teacher. Clay county, are the guests of her your easy you may depend ;
A. Z. Adklns,, B M. Johns, J. W. : Mesdames O L. Beanley, A. The following the of b
lack or good food poor cooking, are names Mr.' and !Mrs. C. A. Prlug-
AudiuwH, Jr., K. L. Itiggs, K. M. parents
r Z. Adklns. 13 L. BlKga, E. K. Ferryman the pupils whose work was hungIn upon absolute comfort in
ofj'T
unhealthy conditions the cause Rooks, K. K.: Perryman, H. V. 3. K Ilrownlee, S. L. Peek, exhibit Ie. 'I
I the : Mary Shrylock,
hookworms and prevalence: of It, !Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and children '
:; Knight and Mrs. Knight's houseguest
J. M. Ilrownlee, J. W. Andrews, Ann Shrylock, Frances Cadman, VOGUE SHOES
the little Interest of the people to the week-end guests of
Mrs Alice R. Thomas of were
: Jr., W. I... Wall, L. A. Davis, Misses Adrlth Anderson, Wilma Hayes
prevent It and the many deaths Mrs. Forsyth's sister, Mrs. J. M.
Wilmington, Del., and Ming Florence -
I Etta Tlsnn, Amelia Roy, Madge and Dorothy Jenkins. .I
caused by It; the almost unknown Matthews Rosier at Woodlawn.
Mlddleton and Ethel Grlffln. !Mr. and Mrs. Clark both have .
' ti a use of the tooth brush und luo t bad ,I Allt.ne Rosier of Woodlawn,
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Mrs. O L. Haynes wil be hoeteas !: .
condition of teeth, as found on her MirruonisT: : :SUSSIOVAKV work appearing in the exhibit was the week-end guest of her
I to the chapter the first Wednesday I C. F. SMITH
'' recent tour of outlying districts. 1MIITINO: : Ming by the state federation of cousin, Juanita Rosier. r

Mrs. B. M Hook. president of I In April. arts at Gainesville this week !Mrs. J. S. Rosier and Leslie

the Bradford P-T Association ( "China After Fifty' Years" was Mrs. J. A. Lawrence, Miss Jean- McClellan, were the guests of I (Formerly with L. C. Smith-S. Side S<|/iin.,, ) .

r spoke of the work they hope to :the Jubilee topic on Monday at the .MIL: .\M> :juts. I)IMOKIMT: ; nette Lawrence, and( Mr. and Mrs.P. Mrs Roster's daughter, Mrs. J. S.

# accomplish and the great work before monthly business and study meet- "::S1'I'UT.'SIr.; J. Munger drove to New Smy- Sapp Sunday.Mr. I II

&i + heat '. ing held In the church A retros- !\ and Mrs. Demorest were rna, Daytona Reach and St. Augustine and !Mrs. G. Morgan and I! ,

ky, ;* Dr. 0. u Conger/ local phy- pact of the work done was given hosts Monday evening at a lovely on Sunday, March 4th. In children, of Sparr, spent Sunday

4'i tilclan, spoke of the control of typhoid by several hulleR after which Mrs buffet supper and bridge party. New Smyrna they visited friendsof here the guests of Mr. and Mrs VOGUE
BOOT
'1 k d diphtheria, whooping rough Ij. W. White gave a brief accountof : I Totted plants In bloom'' with quan- Mr and Mrs. Munger.Mr J. E. Hosier.Mr. SHOP

and measles by the use of sermuH. the life of a pioneer woman lilies of yellow jasmine In baskets and Mrs Wm. Pierce, !Mrs. '. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and ,

ryk1 lIe stated that one out of ten dieh' mlHHlnnary and Mrs L. A. Davis and bowlH decorated the spacious J. C. Thompson, Miss Julia Pierce, afternoon
V Sunday
; children, spent 121 [WEST UNIVERSITY '
,
references of Dr. Jrs. S. A. Cooper, !Mr. and Mrs AVE\f E
ll of measles Whenever glands are !Cave personal living room, where Blx tallies! were with Mr. and Mrs J. Q. Rosier. 1

swo1l< n it IK a sum sign something Park a missionary who died re- arranged with olorful bird of V. E. Winans, Mrs. Orris and Mr. Mrs Master Sapp and sons, !
: 4 Doors West of
I' L' ;I Is wrong and examination Is ntce 'cenlly at Hawthorne Fla. paradise place cards. and Mrs. E: P. Caughey spent Cheathem and Cohen Peele., Mrs. Squarer

of. vitality t 1 The devotional and business Sunday in St. Augustine and the
nary A low state A color scheme of dainty pink A. B Rosier and baby, were the !
'
; caiiHi..d by wrong feeding or ovi'rdolnr meeting was conducted by the and green was used in the dining beach guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). 'Peels I

? I i-< the Sunday. 11'-
k tress.. Tubi'H, 'ulosls IH very unusual were made for a "Sunnliliia So with a handsome lace cloth, centered upending a four weeks' vacation in : -
J. S. -
!Mr and Mrs Sapp are announcing
v among the rich or well-fod cial" on March 271 Ii. when the with pink sweet pens in silver Florida, left for his home in
: the birth ot a son, born with her brother, Mr. Raymond .
Thursday ,
and
1 v 1 P( opt+, ll IH caused by undernourishment "flu null luo KagH' will be opt-ned. basket and pink candles In 'Rrtoiivllle, Pu., on Wednesday, Fob 25thMr I Fi I. t

8'( u and IH mostly found I'ro.t'lt'd"' to go to the church re- silver candelabra at each end March 7th. Mis.\ Munger expectsto Brown of Mr. Lee hail n''
Saunders of
Jess Clay county -
)LL when. living londltlons: are very pair fund. Wednesday March 11, lied their soft glow remain withher: parents, Mr. the week-end here wl.th !Mr. Hiram Prescott and Mr. Os-' Little Miss Lou;

poor Little medicine l Ii given to In a dIY of prayer for Methodist Dollclou creamed chicken In and Mrs. 3.'A. Lawrence of Keystone spent teen Brown were visitors to see lug this week v. n) ,
wife and baby.
!" ab I DUI h 1I.IluntH. but rust and good women around t the world and will llbales. asparagus au gratin. and Heights, until April. his Little Minnie Lee Prlngle Is very JohnrJo Underhill Friday night, Jacksonville. 1 I

feeding IH ennonUuI The pat lout be observed In the church from sandwiches were served III buffet Seven tables were filled at a 111 at the home of her parents who Is in a serious condition. Arthur and W .,i.

l } should be somewhat Isolated an 10 to 12 In I the forenoon. style: which was followed by an bridge party held Saturday evening Mr. Henry Brown and family tended the social : I' :4 f
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Priiigle; I"
IPJ.t t the etc, Is contagious I ---.---- --- Woman's Clubhousefor
the were visiting the sick
1 iipltUl. very Ice course served at the tables with at ---- at Graham I{, Stokes of \\ ,
V Whenever any signs of this disease WOM1VH ( 1.1l1E"J'I'IXO coffee and mints. the benefit of the Keystone: : 00110N...1.01...N1/N0 I Sunday evening. night. ,.)'

'w up'penr the patient should be taken : : ; AKIIISIIAYThe : : : During the evening several lIelllltaVoman'a; Club. The hos- Sheriff Epperson made a business !Miss Carrie Ci ,'' '

to a good physician and I games of bridge were enjoyed, and teases were Mrs J. H. Lawrenceand I i* SAMPSON CITY m trip here Monday afternoon. turned Friday fr.. ', r,t

I>lai-etl under his care. Hookworm, regular meeting of theHlarlie Lhe pretty sweet pea tallies showed I Mrs F. O. Cornish.", Refreshments ('J('() Tlionins There will be prayer meeting where she has It "
'
AVonmn's club will be held '
d ( dysentery and other sickness Mrs. A. Z. Adkins to have won of small candles, coffee, and here Wednesday, Thursday and two .1
which Is lie) prevalent can be on March tho 14th. ut 2:45: o'clock and Venetian I sandwiches were served.- ...................).*.. Friday nights. past weeks.
high score a lovely
!Mrs. Lee Ilaltlv, ,
at the Woman's club. All members I Sampson City, March 9.-Rev. ,
Btnmped out If people will try. water HCCIIO, while Mrs. C. A. 'v. II. Ogden, of Keystone .
B. L. and .
are urged, tbe present, as I C. A. Crosby filled his regular daughi. I u
k t' County Superintendent of thin meeting will close our club Knight hail low score !and was guy left for Miami Beach Tuesday, on : appointment here Saturday night ........................ the week-ena at \1\ .s;
H. n. Wiggins, compared
School.
en a boudoir lamp. Mr. J. C. business. He expects to be away Mrs. .
We will have election of and Sunday.Mrs. Ilaltlwangei oil i>!
I tho work of well child with yt-ar. 1
good a
.
Robinson made high score for the for a month.Mr. : Rising
officers, annual reports from the Delilah Kelley attended : Willis. ,
,' the. work ot a listless sick and man and received a whist set' and Mrs. "T. R. Jones, who Lonl.e. Xorn>nn, Cor. *
-- aCARD
different chairman church here Saturday night
t iilul'" ,'mini'shed.. one. ( department while !Mr O. L. Beasley was con have spent the winter in Key: OF 'ru''\ \I I(
land Ulcers of the club. Mr\ and Sirs Raymond Brown .1.11. NH
riot S S. Dowllng. penned t then soled with an embroidered linen stone Heights, left for their homeIn 01100001.11.1.
After the business session the were visiting here Sunday afternoon -
>'< d of idling: ; cooking and sew- I handkerchief. Those who were Zuinesvllle, Ohio, Monday Mrs. II. M McRae and small We desire to' ,
civic department' Mrit. E. I<. Perryraun I
lin' '' in the .. hool as a means of Im- the privileged) guests! Included : )Mrs' J. C. Thompson and her children,: returned home Sunday after to those who to k ,I
; 'I chairman, and the beiiutlfloatlnn There were several families
y pii\, ur> lifiilth. conditions. I department with.frll.!\ ; Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Knight: Judge uloco, MIsH Julia. Pierre, of Franklin from here attended the peanut I spending the week in Jacksonville during the Him(
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Z. AdkliiB Mr. and Pa., who have been guests at with relatives.
uud Mrs. A. i death of Mrs tit,
)' MURTIM: : OI'"rlll7' 1'IIILLRIN : J C, Hoover, chairman, will present shelling Friday night at Mr. CarlWynn'H
I W. Wnlnwrtght, Mr and the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S Mrs Skeins and Mrs.
t Mrs M. Roberts the
I. 1" "I'lIH'n.JYTh 1 many besot r'
: 01" ( O "" : I their speaker, Mrs. J. M.\ Mc- All reported a nice time
1 Mrs. 13. M Johns, Mr. and Mrs. II Pierce for the past few weeks left and !Mrs. Haltlwanger and two Ings laid on tho gi
folium, past president of the FlorIda Mr. Jim Adklns and family of
,' Ruby Davis Memorial Federation of Women's Clubs, .1. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs[ O.M. Monday for Texas; where they will Hampton were visitors here Satur- I little: sons, of Jacksonville, spent J. O. Boyd mil B'',

. f .t ( Chuptor of th" Children of ('ontedt'stll'y ot Gainesville, Florida luman, Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Andrews make an extended visit before lay[
Jr., Mr. and !Mrs J. M. their return to Franklin.
be the of S. ,
will guests
1 (i A special inimical program has Mrs. Nona Dyal and children are
It Johns!!, Jr., at the home of his been arranged by our able chairman Mitchell, Mr and Mrs. O. I.. Bean- ipendlug this: week in Lake But-

puri'iitx. Mr one! Mrs S. R. Johns, of music, Mrs D. R Knight. lay, Miss Mabel Weller, Miss Flor- .+..+.*>4..+....+.+..+..4J >
,
l ;: on the afternoon ot March 17th,1: HORh'lIl1a. for the afternoon Mes- ence Matthews, Mr Oeorgo Harns- .

Y at 3:30: o'clock for their regular ddmes A. Z. Adkins, D. E. Knight, borger, Mr.' George Trafton, Mr. J. BROOKERMl

r' buxlni, and social meeting. j J. Truby and Mr. A. Abbott .. Lola (...1...,.. Cor. A
\ i 10liner' Lac.one J. II. Lord J, S. I GENT WfiRD :

: The historical program for the MuIpttH J. W. Morgan, L. F. Smith, .1....1..........01111,

Y1 i afternoon IH an follows: Name theConfudcrate and Mias Florence Matthews.m1iT.THtJlfoI TWKNTIIVril:: : CKNTt'RY:
Hrooker, March 9.-Mr. II. P.
fs Blockade Runners I COLUMNFOR
---- -- -- ri.VIt 12NTEUTA1NKI; / !
9' and( th'"ir respective captains j .\ : : : j' MKMTIMJ Galnoy was' a business visitor to

't ,' MTU. L. A Davis, Dlroctoress Members of the Twentieth Century Gainesville Friday last. SALT Cypress shingles .

t 1 t Mrs. Jt.! Urownloe atldatalitaq | The Parent-Toachers', Associa Card Club; were pleasantly Mr. Jim Mott was a business $7.00 $5.00 and $3.00 per thou

tlon meeting! last Thursday in the I visitor to Starke Friday last. sand. Phone your order. C. F. .

t' 'J q WL"'. M.iltlt'Y a'i"i:1): ) I:auditorium ot tho Bradford High entertained last Friday evening by We are all glad to hear of Mr. Lltchneld. Booker, Fla. 3-2-3t

'! I i' M<.mbor" of Ht Mark's OulldAiiYlllury School, was culled to order by the !Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg at their Lourle Mott's recovery from a severe -

isl t, \ met at the home of Mrs. I president, Mrs H.] M Rooks, at home on Wilier( street. case of illness FOR drive SALE trucks-Two Ford worm w
cheap. G M. Sis-
J. S. Malpax !Monday afternoon three o'clock. The opening song The rooms' were simply but ar- Mrs. Crawford and son, Raiford, trunk, Starke.

1 fcr tor ttvi gulnr< 1I1(1nthly)1I"ln(1"/ twos followed with prayer by !Mrs latltally decorated' with sweet jas and daughter Avoy, and Mr E.L. 3-2-21.

Lteoting. Miss! Margaret Weed, I J. W White. After routine business mine. Green parrots adorned the Eubanka and daughter, Edith FOR SALE-250.000 improved

't date :liter ot the'lute lllshop Weed will! disposed! of an announcement tallies and home made candles Jewell, were all business visitors Missionary Strawberry Plants

y+ of Jack/ "onvlllo, opened tho meet- was mudd that forty four were served on the tables, to Lake Butler Saturday. best money can buy for plant II r

) 1Y'1 'y; log with pniyer and then told the books Were needed In the school Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., making Miss Oracle Conerly was a visItor be<
1 t' ,1 ti extont ot her) work us President\ libraries to meet the requirementof high score, was presented witha to Starke Wednesday 10000. Southern Plant Specialist '.

( of tho Woman's Auxiliary of tho an accredited school. Patrons lovely bouquet of violets. Mr.\ Remember n Y. P. U., every l Dinsmore, Fla. 3-2-2t

(4i Fourth Province, which comprisesnine having suitable books to donate O. L. neantoy made high score for : Sunday night at 7.30: o'clock.: Everyone +

Southern states, Including will please send them to the the men and received a pair ot silk Invited to attend. FOR' SALE-Five-room furnished

c A Louisiana. on tho west, as well naPannma Hctiool. socks. Mrs. S. L.. Peek and Mr Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and. bungalow on Church street.

tits Canal tone After her i A very pretty group of songs I J. J. Truby held the lowest scores: son, Clarence, and Mrs.! H. Gainey I Lights hot and cold water,

o nnihu'.''n .t''< nddross, the party mo- were sting by the second grade pupils and were consoled, with"Imported( were nil visitors to New. Hope I sleeping porch and garage. Reasonable J. L. SIMMONSIS

tored to the Orange and Black with their teacher, Miss KtbelUrlflln handkerchiefs.At church Saturday last. terms Apply Mrs B. S.

l T<'.1 Rixim.' where a pretty .salad at the piano a late hour the hostess served Miss Louise Carraway a memberof Johns 3-2-St .

Kt s'' com 'H'I< ,uii t ,on'eo, fresh strawberries I, In a paront-atteiulance contest a fruit salad course with hot the Starko school faculty spent Chufa

%r : and whipped! cream wore served the ninth grade won a picture for chocolate to the following member the -wenk-end here with friends. Carolina, seed Florida and North STILL MAINTAINING THI-
peanuts at White's.
their room, which was a likeness present: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. The ninth grade science class all 3-2-1 +

1t; )n..r: IMHrt Wood rtapurted a of three war presidents and was I Andrews, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. E. L. of here went to Gainesville last 4t.FOR

1 r.. .. \" '..11111"11101'ote was taken donated by Mrs. n. V. Clark. RlggH' Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Thursday and spent' an enjoyable: I, RENT--S-room house xn

'" ,.. I I UK- name of this localS Mrs. Paul; Must program chairman ; Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Inmun, Miss afternoon. We saw many beautiful South street. Inquire of J. W. Plumbing and'Elecrr'r'

( 1>v i I M. the Women's Aux then announced thu musician' Mabel Wellor, Mr. O. L. Beaalejr. things of different kinds. Morgan Starke, Fla. 32tf.

+ 'III, I i made: the honored ) and speakers for the after- and Mr. J. J. Truby. Among those attending: were the

,. .'PI' 'v.i noon. Mr.. J. S, Butter sang a love -,-.,.----.--- following! MIss.es Florence Ward, CATTLE WANTED-Best prtcas'

1 U4, : I i,''u' .ine ', .,' cHspostulis \ ly unto loud Mrs. D. O. Jones played IUOOE AND. ;lURA. ADKINS Lj rena Greene, Mete \, t4r ry, Betial paid; try na. Sea R, A. Newsom, 'j Shop 1

1 in I ; '1 II I 'is O. L. luir accompaniment on the pill HNTI1R'IAJN l twfwlw and P"nrJ oa-lnoy., and agent, Starke.. .. ltWANTEDDon't *
SiU ,. .
1 .' .' <.h I affair wa .'' Hazoni, ; < --- -
J 't.l. :.110. A moat delightful Messrs/ Aub.-ay !: ;,0tyrt# Kel-
t i it ,,1 1 r.'v B.: M. Hoofc'B\ subject was that of last ThursdayovenJnK! ,lejf. Emery' 7I'i"eti( (JWiriuin PaclJU throw out y-jttr I..

t tt ,it t 'il \", d 1 ","'M Welfare, and he spuke of when Mr. and Mrs. A. 7. AdWft* [. Zell Duheo: au,1,I Proto,"! T C.MatUeny. old bags. We will pay. '(fpb INSTANCE
I h I.. '. I party for thom X, inquire Itt' Tib1e-, I
; I is 1, mental, .,lOreud,! [ I enortiilnailwith n\ bridge 'tJ< \

M I'. '.nt-l, 'data whtrli fo( tot I In their homeS Where -WU3 a lull game here ,fr't.ph om, ". : "..ItSiXJiA. *! j t-<,

l' 1., ,' tl'n.-ir-- ',pru sued! I jn j jI We.4p'lt3dar t., : 111 .
?'ltlllotA 1 !lite. j ji I ;> i.i : > tivn: -i Bi-tiok rr an.l! : \ eale ) ftb :
(Indlctt
p i nit ) 9 tou "
t. '; ,<<. "1,1,, :'\J: ': Ule'Il" \Law I loY. 1"'JI"n/ "... 11/1",1( l .
.'I i J.;ih' ">n, :i. n:"1'11.\r 1I Mon S", :.u .L-t! "a-h,1 i Oi'd \U .

\ ,' Lool( 1 "uitv.pi I" "'-e 4' .' ; ,.',.|'.1 t 1..11: d-m.j \\n attrilC'i ( i7-lv in f.i. ..,.. i.I rjoky.i( ) \ It | I'1.7r.><", ;\1. Rclvcdore .."*"Qx r- We. have no intention of 1'r; ,
H.'t ,
I 'ill, 009'1 :b'lntt'r. nit ; A' ,'<.. !!\ f -Th'ro 'WM t .1', ) MOT)' to\m? &< : ,. '
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ut I ii-ir J' <11I"11. 1 11\., J. S. C. Cb .'
1, : >. : 1 Pu<\)lc' 11 j\'i"1. I I \ '" ,li-un, 1t1! !,*.. wan !\prv'd' 1 oil 1 ;i VII.t'dIJ )b"'1i. ..'i i EaJiOfn! b...:,' lie.:, Starke regardless or tiipfialaet'
:
J f.' \o\ ) >,1'\) ; (:tu'- 11, t1 10 (MOW: and i(iof 1."r" x t.:: 1''l I '1 ar; hI.1 'lJo .. .. --prop'fer--_--!.1"1..,..-- thg",jI. ,

1 I'' 1 W \"H. UI.JT"iU! ; ; t Oat UTS: rin'o! ot tVittsi <'vel:'ulr: '1 1,11t\)1\\; : thdh l' .1'h: : 1',1.:1. : : La a scori') 'I if0l' ( It.eN'1' OR SAt.F-F Iva $hot ;.j shops opened in "
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.nt', -. .- \ v+ : I .. 0ile3i'! s.
c\'n\l\.t&\ aa
"' d Afctl! t.t of !.6.9 In a.vor ut FFp1da.4It1uJ ( ,: bUI'.1It'llo'IY; with! double .. .
)
\i I i.. Mnr1 of 'Ui 1! ': .. d I.i I. thesei: llItlQut, g t l':> C&rll.u''. sad chhkcn .rugs '.: headquarters for "

I' "j, nun' i 1' H tlic'j ,i ?f i. I. F.: M .Jol'JM! mud MiU., ,..wert} Ute J1t1vnll': lea amf'1 "nU, !9ta\:1re.: $ tZU" our ; ir] n'
..... .
._ ...
1 ', ,, ,,l'\: an'etnr: ; at tho i"' IHiu.irt'Bt! m.a.l l fcluhd : scores! 'tEatt0 'taats Cntnt ,, I tiUt t ,- --r---------: -. -r'1; jH trical line andvertisement
i u. r '
4. ,,,1 ij ,.1! ,i 4 ; u/, < i1-: :<; \vt\h u full vt,1'r.1 \ '. "Jl Mr\*, J. O. Rabinrf1, }1 Ealrt' W"td, IEOs4u>rt iStel.h.nt.1i :; !. ' .. ,I' M'( nn.rn 'e. ; enci9' Tf\'M'rad Spiulle, Cblupuny la no longter-t! '
) .:,'< ; _.. i-h"11'- 1 made low, and spapproprlatd \ .i \! W.tt'4."Y(1.tl i 'fQttta'r"' >Mn4odta t is, '.
hi t l' asc':>re oil their protlcltmt j'r\ro. PInboluter! T,.. 'ejlhlne fiber:; .exlsterrn[ and "'m not IM jacunnublo xhn.un >1t l I: .
1:: \ ; .1 1""1V A I : 1 1 VU.i VI:"
,l ;, "'i, !Mi. i Rirc ))1'I.a.r1c) >, the 14'0- t'h\ylnlr w th!, bh'. and Mi"v., Ad-f*er! (Q'nSrIt! C!'a', rmd.! Kitfty J tlCJ: for t> \I.; debts contracted this

j u "ten:16: ( v ,. nil ( ; .;, ,t. -ti, '< n.'t'UCkt'r. PI'l \'!- ktnt wore M<'. a-ul Mr U V. Dwrnoreut. e to* tohn-ian.) 5'lorldiv; :fitulp f t to Icy !I. Spin, s. B. A. Tiwla shop was being moved( to acation 1.;'

3' I 1 ;nl t', i'!iifwcr\ \ made forl\ Mr. W M. Walk\ CraW-' W. Katmerer. ; \\*
WdC\JII. Lontna
Mr. and :; : Crcwt, AT0y: _.
,
'd. At scantry -
I ( tit ; and
'iH\ ( t -- -------"- .
tf --- friends
( "r ?r n r 1 ovanlng thirty-four hannu t vMiU-luwiH! : follow ttiq annual wrlght, Mr. And :Mrs. 1;:. M JOllna, phtue Dop.. Mao Crawjord: Jo.o- FOR SALTS-.R lade Island Red- .our aiul, 1 cuslc

h meeting of the church March Mr. and h4L! C. A. Knight. II.DcL )ffatchott:, Edith: well 'En- advised ; I
the'
) 1,> "p]r.iUiered( around Eggs for that
'. 81. Alo rrang ment were ilis- Mr. and Mr. J. C, Robn! .on. I bank., Rosalie Ward' Mart a setting, life lot 15.; even the military c
L I t1 i and i enjoyed a weiner from blood
.. pure breeding
cussed the gtock.
; concerning
.
Presbyter- -' -'
Weeks Mr.
and
and Mre. A. B.
'
4' 1' 'I ,i nt; Miss StaniOmry enter- ', Inl. which will be held here next I The drat of a serlca! of parties ,, Crosby, M,. and Mrs. R. M. OalnI Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner. it j jI could not make us leave Starke.J. .
this the borneof
t ',' { tail, ,?PK, :MM AV. H. Taylor, Mrs. i month.The annual election of officer I to be Mr\ ,given sad Mrs.week Robert In F. Demo- I,Messrs ey, Mr. and !Mrs. I.. R-Onlney Kel-I I WILL PAY $200.00 REWARD '[

L. 1 I' smith, Mrs R. R. Prevatt Aubrey Karen Clyde : For sufficient
evidence
for the and to con
Monday evening
Auxiliary will take placeat rest was,
and Mrs O. Stansbury.: hey Alpha Hazen, Emery: flaxen, vict the
the next marks the when this parties that stole 26 :
meeting, which reason couple
will 1 lie j Iran Haaen, Ortho Mntheny. Russell I' L.
head of SIMMONS
'tt d1/ 1Uns. KNIGHT \SD :liltS held at the home of Mrs. W. A. will again be leaving for the Green Zcll Dukes Coleman my cattle during the .
Stern April 3rd. north. Thursday !Mrs. Demorestwas latter part of October and November I
x I'It1KFItii.L F.'tTF.ItT.\I: Padgett, A. Z. Padgett, Wilson
hostess to the Afternoon I 1927. 23 head marked I
{ Wainwrlgkt Russ, Resale Colson, J. B. RUBs STAR E
W. M. state audi Bridge Club. This evening the swallow fork, upper and under- I FLORIDA
f Op Wednesday afternoon the I tor, I is at work this 'week the Guy Harrell, Valburn Ilarrell. bit In one ear, and under
ladles on Husbands and Wives club will be square
; of the Methodist cholr'met Alachua county records. I be received j I LIoy4Barry, Hugh Butler Crosby, In the other ear; aqd 3 leQlun.-

Emery Matheny, T. P. Ward 'El: Marked. M. W. !Mansell. 3-a-U*







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O. l.2f+ BRADFORD COUNTY TEXEORAPH. STAUKK. .ILORn).. PAGE FTV/

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......,...-.'...-.....IeWeaNlrtealellle/MYIRI' 1 Miss! Harriot. Mrs. T. J. Griffin I I guest of her nister-ln-law, Mrs. I L. fill

I and Miss Mary Canovu ipent Monday S. Hutto. this week. l'
I in acksonvme. :

Bits ofcc141 Millet sorghum and chicken EXTRA M7//i each purchase ofNO

Mrs. J. H. Carradlne of Lawtoy, corn need. J. F. Klckltter. j .
was In Starke, Wednesday. Groceries at our regular ', 1

.." <<'"' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dallas Mr. prices or special If 4''
[
"rIA.()( Mrs. D. C. Jones went to Gainesville and Mrs. A. II. Ronnie of Penney SPECIAL Advance in g t'\' ,-
.j lola.Ot7
I prices ice
J. TuoRday to visit her mother ,
parr "W"" ,. Farms spent Tuesday here and !
Mrs. A. M. Darby for a few days. will sell /I 1 !'o
were! very much delighted with youSATURDAY-

ancerning Our People. Business and Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Crews Starke. Saturday ( ONLY) Any Price5lb. .

I Progress of the County and Town.IEII motored to Jacksonville Thursday + ner, ... t ," ..... -. +a1rMRCt116Rl11s 11
and spent the day. Mrs \V. J. Epperson Jr., has -=-. -:; '9. -- ,,;.. 11.-. ,


..". m=..-_.,.,.,,,",'.',"lmllll.IIUIIIIIIII1IIU"'IIIIIIIII.II.---." ",.,.''.'.'' ''''' .-- .__..__....._._..,.....1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pickerlll Jacksonvlle returned from with a her week's mother,islt, Mrs.iu Sack Best Granulated Sugar For 25c ; r.

REPORT Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pickerlll had day.were visitors to Jacksonville }Fri Robert Richard -.----. -- -

as their: week-end guest Mr. A.
ther report for perb. Mrs K. L. Drowne, Mrs. Maria
For- Pipshle of New York. Peanuts chufas and vE'lvet' THE RICES KELO\V\ ARE GOOD TILL TllURSDA }
b. Southern Starke beans. J. F. I KIckliter. B. Stevens and little daughter MAR. 15 INC.. f II

bnt Station Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns and Nancy, motored to Jacksonville I" '
I and will visit friends. --- .
Min. Preclp. Mrs. C. A. Knight: were visitors Misses Ports and Dorene Tillla Tuesday '
x .00 to Jacksonville Monday.Butler's of Waldo spent last week-end In OLD DUTCII ;t; ,
74 42 Members of the Eastern Star Fancy lilue Rose Picnic Hams ,
Starke with Miss Fredrlka Struth.
78 67 .T will please note that the usual Whole Grain ,
68 38 .00 Pharmacy carries ten of their meetings has been Cleanser I'
49 .00 flavors of cream and sherbet at !Mrs. J. 1:. Corpenlng and !\In.A. hour / No hockslo7 lbs tREGULAR
,80 to 8:00.
changed from 7:30: :
Z. Adklns visitors
78 67 .T all times. were la lOcRICE
Gainesville Tuesday. each 4
68 46 .01: of ladles Bilk
63 .T O.V.. Darry of Brooker was attending New Mhlpinriit J 37c I
lit --
to business matters in (I. W. Alderman was a business dresses Ju..tlrrh..l t'1t.'I'ubt'1'j1I 3 boxes 23c POllllds.- : Perlb21cOCTAGON
priori at 9IS.U.1.Mr. ..- 15c
Jacksonville
visitor to Wednes
Starke Monday.Mr. -
.01 II
11. ____------- day. ___ .._ __.. _== : __ __ __
-- and Mrs./ !t. J. Johns and .
Call for your choice and Mrs. Ralford Epperson ai
I'nu tier's Pharmacy. of Jacksonville spent Sunday w4th T. A. Brlnson of Flftone. was a Col.visitors and In Mrs Starke Floyd Sunday.Green--Lake were' I GELFANDS RELISH Nut-ola SOAP r

Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. business visitor to Starke Tues
Butler Times. OR MAYONNAISE:
day. or Soap Powders '
s. C 11. Marks spent 'I

tot Springs. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and Mrs B. B. Hopson, Mrs. Jennh j Quart jars .. ._ SOc Oleomargarine J ()Oc- '
family ot Lake Ford Hook and Small Lima Assorted or Slraipht8oz. ,
.. _._ Butler were visitors
Vera
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to Starke Sunday. Beans. J. F. Klckliter. Maud Taylor and daughter, Pint: jars .._ __ J2c able Oils,111ilk and Salt ,
Ooolsby spent Tues- of Jacksonville, spent the week nl '

'uvlllo with friend Mrs. D. Lang of Maxvllle was Mrs. M. Levtton and daughter end with Mrs Lucy Powell.] I jars 23c Per lb. 25c 6 for

among the visitors to Starke Sat. Rose, left Friday for Hot Springs, and Mrs. W. Laurie Edwards 1-2-oz.. jars u- lie
Rooks is Mr. 25c"I
Rebecca urday. Ark., where they will spend several _
of Jacksonville, will spend
>k with tonsllitls. weeks.'
I' the week-end here with her parent )
Fifty nice dress shirts going at *, Mr. and !Irs.V.. 11. Struth.Mr. HEST GRADE LINCOLN MATCHES FULL CREAM 't!
Tnd of Ice cream and cost Saturday only, :March 10th. J. The choir of St. Mark's cnurch .

Si.1. f ,How the spoon. M. Alvarez. will hold a candy and baked Roods .-and Mrn. Homer! --l.lmbuiiKh-- Smoked Ifacon Regularly lOc Wisconsin Cheese '
sale in Butler's Pharmacy Saturday

Bit., C Jones III spend Prof. C. T. Lawhorne of Hampton afternoon from v two to five and Butch children, of the Mr.state and farm Mrs., N.were A.. Perlb.24cIrish 2 k: s.1.5c Perlb.35cTomatoes

n A.t'hevllle. N. C. was a business visitor to o'clock. .. visitors in Starke Sunday. r
Starke WednoHday." .. .. .. .
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Durden and Sam Slernberg. a student at the
A A Butler's Pharmacy sells the
|,d to Starke Sunday. Col. Joe 11)11) Williams of Lake University of Florida, Gainesville, Poinsettia brand of ice cream and Potatoes IlLUE RIDGE I
here with his
spent the week-end .
Butler was a business/ visitor to .the smile follows the
jii] it' upending this Starke Monday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stern- fthorbet- Corn or Peas

erg on buslnesH. berg. spoon. i Fancu Firm No. 2 can No.1 Can


.! Drown and Mrs. R. Williams Messrs. were Leroy visitors Joiner in and Statke W. corn All seed.varieties J. F. KIckliter.snap beans and to Dr.Gainesville Dud !Mrs.Thursday K. L. Biggs to attend went 10 lbs. 35c 2 for 25c 3 cans for 21c '

i Florida State Farm Sunday. the regular meeting of the Aliv- ...
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(n Starke Thursday. chua County Medical Association.
State Attorney and Mrs. II. V. Dr. E. T. Campbell a former '

ndrews, Jr., and herL Knight motored to Jacksonville citizen of Starke, now of \VelakrIs Dutch of the
Biggs; motored to Wednesday. visiting among friends here this state Superintendent prison/ farm, wall u business Starke Bakery Best Yet Bread 3 for 25c

Tuesday.Jn week. visitor to Starke Tuesday after
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Best work shirts Washington, --- -- --- -- ---- ------ --
R F. Demorest Dee Cee brand, at 75c. Saturday The now Mi-nw lids lute arrived noon.KlMTlat.

nldo Sunday and vis- only. J. !M. Alvarez. at Ntcrnbcrg's. Price. of !$10! oil Indict I

'ndijntlpr and mlMNi'H,, .|,iring rnnt Mills al41ernbr'rg's.
:Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Young had Mr. and Mrs. Charley Matthews .

and Mrs. W. E. as their guest Thursday a cousin. of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived i In I t
Frank L. Young and Frank E. Starke Tuesday to bu guests of
Itir-s to Penney Mrs O. K.': Stunsbury and Mrs.
Kirby of !Mount Vernoii", Ohio. Mr. and !Mrs. David I. Ames \ II. Taylor motored to (II-.*<
-----returned Cove Springs Friday and spent 1 0 a 0 0 tE '1'

t Ithert! C Bitch Joe B. Oliver left Thursday for Mrs. O L. Beasley) the day with Mr. and Mrs.\ 10.! 1.1 i t e4I
where she !
Rlt'll at UalfordJfcrby Valdosta where he spent the from Tampa Sunday Wilson. i
week end before going to his homeIn spent the week-end with her parents

Albany, la. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ourden. Graham fowling!( l let I _____.+...a. + .) li
Master -
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of Gainesville. for his home In Dublin, m : : 'Z' = --.::.:: ---- r --I.: :

In Starke among G. Aubrey Penny returned Tijes- Nice 1 clean ci-lisp ini'ifhiinilloe ut Sunday Ga. He spent xlyaF9ek41n tarkqwith -.- ---. -..------.---- .--' ----- ----- -- ._-- .

jlutlve !s.i. s. day from Albany, Ga., where he t'tc'I'ul"1'J<:',. mill the price's, .. no his uncle and aunt, !Mr. and was comiOHod! of ton! Epworth iii-Iflw., Mr. anti Mr.! :. Clint Iti Kelly nUll fit UI ly (flf Brooker f'r..UK I

has been spending a couple of days higher; than nhmltly grsals.Mr Mrs. A. S. Crewsi; who accompanied I Leaguers front Waldo. chard, who are leaving for Now Mm. Tom Frazier and family )

i. Nat Sti'rnberg and with his friend, J. B. Oliver. and Mrs. TO;. W. Compton him as far Waycrona.. L Orleans whore they will remain of Bandemou, Mr. und Mrs. Jii',id d''

Sunday !In Jackson- 'of Jacksonville, --- Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor mvorul week and 1\1 ra. Uagwell of Starko.
pndf Mrs. J. II. Bitch and daughter, and children:: of the Epworth League .. .
I Members wirer
Starke
-- spent Saturday with !Mr. and !Mr the spent Sunday/ <31\1' ----- ----- 1
visited
\V. B. Mundy. Jr. and Christian Endeavor Mr- Proctor conducted the services Mr. and !\IrK. B. \V. Hodges and Mrs. Dale l Viumlcklo.( l wife of tie i t
B. Y. P. U. meeting Sunday eve ut Corinth daughter! of Jacksonville, spent famous tuer! | VutiNlcklo of he t I"

Cream Mrs. J. L. Frnzyo\, was In Gainesville fling at the Baptist church, where. Baptist as supply church.-Lake pastor Butler the wtnd with Mrs Hodgex' b'lghtingatora/ varsity foo. ball t

; F' Tuesday and Thursday for they enjoyed a musical program.Ice Times. parentH Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Iloffniiiii. squad, bun announced" the openingof 1

: treatment' by -an ear and throat \ tler'a- Icll/de'' Accompanied by !\I 1'11.' HoIT- n piano Studio next to the 'IUJ- h
cream' at mall they left Monday for Somlnoln Hlrkle'H photography suite In 1.11. t''
(
specialist. strawberry Dr. and Mrs. R It. Mamhburn
i cherry, tutte, fruttl, whore Mr Moffiiiaa'H orange opera house building Mrs. VnnIckle -
the nut, pant the week-end In Starke wither
The Thimble Circle of St. !Mark I vanilla, chocolate,sherbet maple fruit parents" Mir and Mrs. (G. W. ;jfrovo Is located and they will (. after completing! her iniiBioul i f'

Episcopal church will meet with L | peach plnoappTe Alderman, having been called! to ipttnd. .. the week there and at other education at the State Colloga for
Monday afternoon sherbet Eskimo pie. ulnae* .interest.. Woman In Tallahassee was retained
!Mrs. W. T. Pincher Lake Butler by the death of ]Dr.Mardburu'B .
o'clock. --.-- to teach at this Institution. ;
at two :
acco t [ The Fourth circle, Baptlitt Missionary mother. Among those lulling at the --nulneiivlllu Dally Sun. ''t

rg n1Iy :\Ic'n-ntl Maijuiltnii n "'hl1'tat Society will meet Monday the K. It. uorha of Mr. and Mr. J. J. ltigdonanday Oreen Cove Spring New h ire
remodeling
at the Work of
i iI
StrnilMTK'ti! next I thus and lif'. afternoon. 3:30: o'clock West Call street I U. $ were J. 10.; Roberts and Shards\ Bridge, arrow St. John.
Orange Smith home on
convfrU'd.Mr. I street.home of Mrs. Paul Matt Hearing completion. It can well '?r l1dSOll l of Lawtey, Klder Joe Itlver will be opened March 14th.

lio called the electrical home aacurrent .. .
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( and Mrs. B. II. Tracy and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Butler re- wll be used for cooking
ASiI' + children, of Chicago and( Jackson and
1 Wednesday! from Brunswick refrigerating, lighting power
tum<
Ar of Mr
recent guests
vllle, were attended ". t
Ga.. where they
,
and Mrs. W T. Flncber.Mr wedding anniversary of !Mrs. J.oJ.. Fututi and )her mother
the golden
j11 Butler's parents, Mr. and Mm. N. A. hutch, ot De Land,
) .. Annie Richard: of Jackson Mrs. T. O. Hummel.At are spending the week. with their dII' ,
Mrs.
,, cilia arrived In Starke Sunday titter and daughter Mm II. L. ., ..
.. ,' wUl be the guest of Mrs. H. 3. Fntch also lJ.
.'i_' a regular mooting of thp Brownlee. Mr. spent 40..
II'':;Ji J"t.:; 1V ____ Matthews for some time. Eastern Star Monday evening arrangements Sunday hero and will return for 11--

; : were completed tor Mrs. Futh and mother thiN WHElk .-.
'v.. ", If intro trouble in gettlr l I
-
you Grandmother o
"- < >,> Sterrtlsiwg's'. the.play. "The Flapper --- -- ---'---- 1_ Ii Iitl
'>'f"Y'.. fitted with shoes try ," to be given In the school i Mrs. F. A. 9app! and little daughter e ;I : .

) .. >., auditorium March Kith. The cuntbe Lorraine, have returned from O ,.'
'" ., i Mr*. Alice Tharin Bracken leet announced lute*. .LauBburg, where they have been I' I

.. .; ,?'.<; [ Sunday for Jacksonville after i a roil -...---.- ,.riiitlDK' Mr Sapp's parentK, Mr.. ,
.i$,. (y' '< visit with Mlae Margare.orig. ,
del $fUiyn 'Careen tor Mimed Tuesday 'and Mrs. K': K.Stnvenn! for three
'
i.tf-s&: ?.., ... ..? .. pewell : C... where weeks. They were accompanied
I AI411.1VI1I'1.
: frottt .
;;:v .. : bTotbor-in- .'
hisgDther Mra. Rave's.
of
fmeral home by
>,f} ";; ". I, Mr. and Mrs.. 1WOW W kerhndran of .3\.'r.4wI. ,. b6 ftttcniJed, W. S.the Carpenter Histeter.M1' law and Hint or, )faD'\ Mrs flap ; ;
.
; .I sere guosls ( (
..ndCarfeouior lIrlfl of HDrtttgflgfrt, leas.
.. ; :' II '1. Ainek, left FrMayjf. f.I : ,Ch .rlort Uadtmy toe pl'' f
Mr*
and lilIn! I
,( v.u!l t* n'ti"'eV'
i v
t '
"n -t' '.1 jv Mlneea; "rs, Minn.i lP ygagk: H.' .C. B'chQ1'd01' :; +
'J I ..:w--.w r u tPtlle for a t",'.' WBMES. I Mr. and Mr* tftWirfKii rat r
'. r..< i Col.! ;anti; ;i !'.'c-E;: : Kslltpfil/ ,rerll" 1 .1 -. .--- ",7i-" nrl I :Aim TarricB Tle-rby of, t't
,,J' 1t'';' '-.",f '1 : tr"n Q trlj 4ewn'f' ,'. )$$1'. and'Mrl. r. ,a. AmI had .'n.-fe.: nU;::: i flfty( fr, a TMiIt. T--.k' ?? X'' example ski-' )l.i!I 1 $
'. ; ; .' vn'h;' ar ay flint.J: \, e l".IIM' y I week Mrs. II", ,' r: ,'.,in trip, t r NW 9r'W'1' ;! 3 r : tVi
1 Kf.- } n'
Ytm all k .
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.; U\lAh'itll. 1nit'iA'I! I will ,
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auf :; Ins; : ; :
MrdgiQWrJl :1iI ti in
..( ) r .I\ t. (: : .rack .9 l
.. .. !. 1. III t.alrol:'nd. --I.i.' ,'.[--MSi aSf 'fpi$ -rn., l.'tt*YiltiUyhj: r"!'MTi., (in! SlAi i-i- rl]11r.ir4; i ife ; ;) ;.)'?? .*' l. t'tpi+Tl.111'! { ? .' {(
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,: : \><. c. c' I' JfUlw" Vtt>; "Bastion' i : MittirpaA earn Cy'r, : ?ri.. rylt'I'I Csrlll. ,
: .:.:::;.. (:fl..;"., } I : .,. f hI Chin-1: yrtday.1 lit *r.--r ull t1!1'.' Net :ukql. :
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:! r. C I.a. l h". : latlt'w r 4r tow .. .. rth'i'' .i (. hj' .
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1. I' .
'f ""' :.. \" .,) .'"" ,' "., '""'"J.. went GA',' tta. if ;..'., tiL_ 'I rgrogtty ''1'tl beret' \ ''! /, ":- .' '. iH'3lir) '> .1'or. I His wu'.io! ( is "7
: :"\: ... _.._.. -J..:t rip'li .: .:. : 1utl "; 1rsa'; l. a.rt-: .' d.ij.i' of t'ii.t: W' v fi fr l .
t 'r ;ti/; t'txr4a; r1 fIlt1.t ui'1ilglt'tly14g1: / ton M'r.' al1<1 't. n. ; .rhr' tb} ...r tr'I.u.. :- ". arto: 1 ry _

1 Folhtr.r nlil'rl .rlb &b hp.ziI .' otd'aLC.fl: "t"'rfinrl' fll'tJ"n<)ted M (iTulir.'' Vhy 8rrihut refits But auppi{ hy it '/(.-.* iu, RV in/: t..M r..YOU .
; t fae.lX! tdl fit otl1'1pItIY.(: : I '.> :'' Lickies[ '' Prtet'- -;ittrntwrrpPti. !Jr 1* that', ; if".1 i'M/ !!lf'e( >'sr hirj ? '
... {
'. _- ..- ,,- ;r.. ..,-V'.H., J w," '< ; /In St.j P6rilU1H'rn.D : ,
**. Mr. ";and *Tro- 7.crk; ---J.-Robortu.and ictr, stfd .Mrr., C. s. McCormuf'l k, iI i 1 u ('P." e ". iFlorida; point-. l Thu Ji-u-rr.i r>f tlio ;rt'vy ---avo';' ; n '

f son *. of tny rage appearances, Ii : non.U<,n, who !bare best I'I $t., tbarli'lJ: Ul.. Ao,; ajlIm -, _._ y :u.;' :- ..tavyoiy! ; \Vf! ?;. fj '. .- / l! -'
Judge and the who or S$ "tllntd.rl.I Mr. and Mr*. 3. W. SJclnuW,' or '
vlsltfng her parents en----bank the difiVvenoo.
:-i:t.ri ils to smoke a cigarette and O: A. fl rdnar.; left Friday fter ,-a brlfff vtelfc wt'Mr. *ndMm. penney Farms: were rccenl trialtors riuofc y<

:> h.'. car ;; c(1- ivnttmy choice.l.mwu for Mrs.' thalr borne In HasUn .. I John VKlow: tUByMt lot,I'' of Or. and Mrs. II. A. T mkor.Mm. ;. I ttare. i
Duytona Tuesday. i : Skinner, who Is president of We pay 4 percent Interest on all l saving ac J t i
effect
J have yet -to feet the slightest Rose Mitchell and BOn Dr. the PreHhytwrfal of the North Florida
Mrs
11oat" .J O. F.: Mitchell, of Cincinnati\ : Ohio I Roy ''nlj1 R<1; ;.d-'e; callod <: Presbytery was here for a conference counts. __ .
...
1.1 are visiting Dr. ami lItn. J. J. Bullen l to Plant City Sunday on &eI\I with Mrs. Tucker concern- t $1 will open a savings account.

i and Mr. P. J Gran. i I count' of the serious !liners ot their .: I IHK' tin Proibyit-rlal meeting to b.-

qC ----.--- mother, Mrs. Josephine Edwards [ I held In Starke April Iftth. The '
Mrs. Charley Matthews, Mrs. E. who was on a visit to her daughter -[ J j program will be announced later. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

S toastedroat t,. Browne, Mrs. H. II. Young with Mrs. It. O. Daniels. ----------

Mrs. D. I. Ames motored to the -- ..-- Mr.*. Emma Richard arrived
Florida State Farm Wednesday.Mrs Those attending the three-act I j Saturday 'from Palatka and Is the Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

play "That's One on Bill at the | 1(cuest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hooysr. -

Irritation-No Cough! W. F. flitter of Sydney arrived' school house Wednesday evening ( Mrs. Richard was accompanied STARKE FLORIDA i

Th..east here by her son and dauRbteryW. ___ _
Saturdayn4 will be--Uw Joy.d'the production I II -- --- -p V_ '
ria 11 Tobacco Co., Inc j I _

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f (fry Agricultural Editor) I ; 4l

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;' Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar-I : : l i 4., '' .ii I'Never

of Farm Experiences! and Methods Found
P Helen! a Car
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a i .- ailed; to Our Counuy
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so Beautiful dal

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NEIGHBOR IS FINALLY and Weveur a car o ado




: CONVINCED IMPROVED.

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'? (, 1, (tfy! Spuds Johnson. ) harden, Insert sticks. Remove

Old< Slim Tim mOilS, a neighbor from pans before they are entirely i t f h ts9 I

of ours, always has been "aglu" ('cold since they become very brit 9 Y > V, I.
yl''" and of Improved
the purchase use
,
tie. If you should wish to hang
In plements, particularly riding I 7
raltlyutors. In our Hpcllon of the the lollypops) on the Christmas I

{$ r.ouniry. lit always Raid they tree, Insert ribbons! Instead of a i 1+ ,1? o toC'clyre

' nil -Ill! do fairly well for real levelre sticks. Green coloring may be i 1 Today's Buick brings to its O\\'I1et1

airy. like the plains of the went lined, also If desired. } higher degree of beauty than any oil,
but they were no good for rolling
Hawaiian Dainty car in the Buick field has ever '
q ottered.
*ta Ian l. However the county fluent +
ti V c i around and got his son Tom Use 1-2 cupful of brown sugar St94; %.., a 'r9 tM4'/t.1.4; 'k9S.g this
1 cupful of granulated sugar, 1-2 + r env 7! Accompanying outward beauty.
'
' $ unions, to Join the club. Tent
p cupful of grated/; fresh or canned and it real
,i. -li 1, id his crop pretty well and giving meaningiisuperlative |
pineapple, 1-4 cupful of cream, 1
v. .i'i'' f'rst prize In the county con-, o goodness and reliability
t tablespoonful of butter, 1 teaspoonfill 9rr
t
of gjnger flavoring, 1.2 cup- Buick: engineering.
rIding
This first prize was a
ful of meats chopped, 1 tea- ,
%
pecan ,
Old Slim dlel' t
t iltlvator.. At first bED1ZfX ) See Buick-drive
spoonful of vanilla it-compare it r
lIt even want the thing (brought
ei the place. Said all It would ever Moll together to the soft ball ilt0"ai2'6'J others costing a great deal more'ou'l1 -*
; stage (234 degrees/; F.) the sugar, Q
to sit out In the r' there
good for wa pineapple and cream. Hemove \ y Ja ) agree was never a car i
rain and auiiHhliio and rot. llowti -
J a fiver, Tom and the county agent from fire and add butter, ginger o beautiful and never a car so good!
flavoring nuts, and vanilla. Heat
/ won their point, and the coultlva dQ ,
u the Timmons with a silver fork until creamy. SEDANS $193 to #1995 COUPES JUJJw..
tor was brought to i MODELS M93
Pour Into a buttered shallow pan SPORT $ to$1323

q place. and mark In a before it Is AHpricti(".".Fli.',Mkll., owr>imMi Ian tokfadttrd. Thi G.Mjt.C.fnaa.1.tht .
1 would have square Lluu1312001LI1r6 .
t J At first Old Slim mail dettrahlt it arailabl

c nothing to do with It, always sayIng cold :1y:0 .I '
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It wall no good, and would not alwt
REGISTER MOTOR
,u : cultivate all well an tho one-home OUTLOOK FOR ij 9 Co.

v v'' plow and Georgia stock. However, 1

'' Tom was In the club again, and 1 STARKE, FLORIDA

when It came time to cultivate hi\ BEEF CATTLEIS "' ; --..
A, '1 t a crop, he got out the riding rultlva -PIB3T FLOCK PLAJO) i 3ECOAJO PLOOQ. PLAAJ. 'liEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES, ARID BUILT BUICK WILL anti

; tor and went to It He cultivatedhis
I half the time PROMISINGDeclaring I .... d n dAt r t
patch in about ( =;

It hud boen taking him, and did a 0 ft* Get Back the Fun of Eating!

better job of it. .
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Old Slim pretended he was not that the outlook for Rid yourself of indigestion that takes the joy out

31.,, even going to look at the work, beef cattle in Florida was very \ HOMK THAT IS!' HOT PLEASING essary closet space for the, bed A cellar Is provided under the of life. Eat what you want and relish every
However good for the next few years, II. O. AND ECONOMICALBy : mouthful without fear subsequent discern'
as he knew it was no good. rooms. entire house and there Is a gen- .
A j when Tom and Mrs. Tim- Clayton, district extension agent, erous attic. fort. :. You CAN if you
t he did slit urged serious consideration of ( R. C. Hunter & .Bro. Archts., Note how the vestibule extension ,
+ not looking,
mona were The house has a frontage of
the work, this phase of farming In an ad- New York.) provides the necessary coat EtNEe
+ around and Inspect thirty-five feet and would fit .well Take
ry to dress before the group of farmers In this house one has an ex- closet on the first floor, and closet .
Sllm's crops were beginning/; foot
on a fifty plot, alowlng am-
and the hired and bankers which met at Ocala ample of what can oe done in the for bed room on second floor, It -the pure vegetable tonic that banishes indigestionand
look pretty grassy ple room for a driveway.
ty hand had quit two weeks before. March 5th. way of simple materials and good allows the fireplace 40 be built Complete working plans and constipation and tones up the whole system.Corpeninsr's filii
before Tom Mr. Clayton pointed put the design. Every element in the design flush with the wall in the living Sold
morning/
So the next ; specifications of this bona wit
| they
knew what was regular cycles which beef cattle is one of utility and every room, provides an attractive book By
r and Mrs. Tlmmona obtained for a nominal sum from
Slim had the riding prlcen have followed for the past element of utility Is made to countIn case adjoining, gives a nice wIn- I
; h&plIl'nlnl0111/; the building editor. to Store
,r I I cultivator out in his fleH. lie several years, and expressed the the design. dow seat for the bed room and (House H-A-143. Refer : Drug I,

',, 1 would drive a while and then stop)) better> that the top of the cycle has Note how the long sloping roof adds much to the general appear-

#' 1 / and look back. From the smile Just about been reached. This over the living porch gives pleas- ance of the house.

,, I "I t that came over his face, It was evident means that beef producers will be ing character to the exterior and The plant layout Is good on both 0
pleased with the playIng safe to market calves for at the same time provides the nec- floors.
t that he was
World's
'4' the cultivator was doing. the next few years. Greatest

When the dinner horn blew, Old The Importance of Importing summer short course. ZLVALU ,
a good bulls and improving the QualIty Outlook For Hogs
xis Plk ? Slim would hardly quit. lie said The short course scholarshipswill
iri of the range cattle was'brought
klled much grass
HO
such he never a short time before. out clearly. Many bulls of the Declared Brighter be given to the two boys pro-

W.. i Slim plans to go through the sea- beef breeds have been brought Into ducing the highest yields. In each )

roil without getting another hired the central and western part of of the 16 counties turning In com-
'' the state during the few Gainesville Fla.-A program of I
a work of two past M
the
hand now, doing plete records of 10 or more boysIn
I a i i.y men himself, with the help of the months, and several county agents hog production for North and this contest. ,61
N\
1 riding cultivator-thanks to Tom are expecting to Increase the number West Florida which includes rais !

and the club work. I shortly. home-grown/; Teed and stock- NOM 1>E': IOtm: CHANG: I 4y//v n
'I .
at TITLE y
Ing up with better blood, was out- l1retGUMDIPPED
t SURVEY SHOWS lined before the Ocala agricultural
Grean riveR Flurldy I ferglt the
4 t HINTS TO UOr.mWl\'I., ;" conference by J. Lee Smith, district (
date.)
FLORIDA DAIRY
r' extension' agent.
,1. :
Dere Eddletur
Weekly from Home Demonstration In his recommendations to the T
4 1 I Sintz ml last of rites
Specialists, Tallahassee HERDS BETTERA farmers of his territory Mr. Smith epiatol yu, 1
I shur her bin thrue
a gosh an
makes a special plea that they do I '" .
bllnklt time. Yu kno thee 49-60 Duilt of cords: dipped in rubber solii11>
not sell out and quit because price c" extra stamina
r strength and for maxi
t 1 CARAMELSUse J.M. skeam of dun norated
1 survey Just completed by owers got 1
were low last year. lie gave figures l' r Famous the world for the
age.
4 cupful of sugar, 1 cupful Scott of the Florida Experl- from the latest government out to the publict by sum menes.I comfort of its scientifically over designed tn-

of rich sweet milk, 1-4 pound ment Station indicates that rapid reports to show that the 1928 crop doant see how It cud a hapen, Ir r III finest product of the world's greatest
t' of fresh butter. strides are being made In the Improvement of pigs should bring better prices cept I lost the kopy of ml lete to rei+ r tion devoted exclusively to tires.

Place one cupful of sugar In a of dairy herds of the lie emphasized the point that the you, an sum body axerdently found

skillet over a slow fire and let state man who goes in the business hit. Enyhow I ben turibly upsoton 3h .23/21 1 f\ y}

1 ", melt, stirring carefully. Do not Desiring to get figures that are when prices are high and goes out the ecound of It. I want yu ri Balloon $ J. i?.,...
of authentic Mr. Scott has shud this sekret.MI rl
burn. Place 3 cupfula sugar recently keap a erfoun
when prices are low, always loses I
p, t 'AH other sizes .',
As Is written to scattered LIAF HEV BEEN THRETENDBY priced proportionately
and let boll. soon as sugar dairymen over "Because of the low price 'of

( melted and candy boiling pour the entire state, and they have hogs during the season 1927.28, THE .BLAKHAND. I ben warnd

melted sugar into candy, and but sent In to him individual records our Florida Growers, like those of under panes of dedly deth not tu

))14'vt ter, and stir briskly no that the for over 10,000 cows. A compilation the corn belt, are Inclined to sellout engalg In ower skeam uv maken

p> melted sugar will thoroughly mix shows that the average year- and quit. This they should shine from the skum of grean rlv

'ith candy. Continue cooking. As ly production for the cows In these not do. To get in when stock is eR. lilt semes frum what I kin

1 t won as the mixture will form a herds is 616 gallons. high and sell out when it la low, lern. this BLACKHAND Is a or- \

t soft bull In a glass/; of cold water Better methods of care and feeding never pays. Instead, now In the glnzabun whut klames a munop- .I

(234 degrees 1 P.)1) take from' fire together with the Introductionof time to stock up with better blood. leby on the shine blznesa en'tha' 1 1, ,

and beat until creamy. Pour into many good bulls Is responsiblefor doant elow to hev any komptlshen. 1\'\
q Pigs. sires, and bred gilts can be rent l' 11 'r'I ,
platter, cut the Increased production, declares odt I 1' 111 r
well buttered pan or bought reasonably cheap. By the Tha may evln bring a DARK .

b In squares and set aside to cool. Mr. Scott time our farmers have hogs to Bell HOUSE for sheruf' an jest nacherly
The texture of thin candy dependson clone up these kandydates whut Is
again, the Indications are that wl,'r II t '
on how well It is creamed after Club Work In- prices will be better kwandery to knoa jest whut to du 7r III .s.1 ,1,1 ,1 i)! 4 !
i 1 n t
taking from fire. 'The Florida grower should Sum times 1 feel to stand on ml J

r i4! (For Prince) spires Boys To make every effort to grow his feed grouwnd, en then ergan I fele thet

t t, .,II soon ai the mixture Is creamy, and his feeders during the coming ef theas BLACK IIANR thud dele

i I ve ready and add to It 1-3 cup- Go To CollegeThere year and If he can put a few good me this dedly deth I link tha say, OLDFIELD COURIER AIRWAY
f.il of chopped candled citron, 1-3 the chanstes are thet I mite be
hogs on the early fall market, he Lowest Priced Standard Ten
) ou'rful of halved candied cherries, should do that. By all means, he ded a long tlem, an theta a kundl, Popular Piie.JPI..ton.Built Tin'A A Good Tin at a Vryl"

f 1cupful:: of mixed orange and Is no one factor In the should hold himself in a position shern of wlch t alnt never as yet A ragged full-size tire built and : Fire tone.bullt tire backed by. A well-designed tire! for<

leiron peel, cut fine, 1-3 cupful lives of the rural boys and girls of that he can come back strong bed no expereata ot Sum times I Ideeclde' warranted by Firestone. Made the standard tire manufacturers'warranty. light ears. Has safety t

,,I .r .hopped pecan meate.I this state today as Important as when the price again. to my eat tu the uther with scientific tread design and Tough anti-skid attractive pattern, mot 10"
goes up
I P: :Mix well and pour on well but- 411 club work stated R. W. Black- What is a more consistent side the wurld sum whear over reinforced: carcass: according to tread, with protecting: ribs exdense: black rubber. Firm
entire top with : lock speaking before the Ocala crop Firestone tending over shoulders J to "We- value**
'" .tnred. pan. Ice the revenue producer on the North beyon Talerhasy which i here is a principles of long walls. built means extra

any good white cake icing, flavor- conference recently. Each year, Florida farms than the hog'" he turble long .walse frum Starks mileage. Sidewalls specially engineers Developed, who have by Firestone economical big production v

,.. In;; with vanilla. Cut Into squares. more and more boys enroll in the asked. Mayby ef I culd git In with this protected from rut and curb extremely low given this. modern Firestone factories
<
Pri ed sobs
'1, Place In the center of each piece College of Agriculture because of BLACKHAND in cud git Inter wear 01 Flre tone's special tire many tire for motorists P
.1; round side the they get out ot mileage good tire at a very Ia.
halt a candled cherry, Inspiration polytlx an they mite let me be the advantages

up and a green candy leaf. Set their club work, he said. SCHOLARSHIPS beak horce, or I cud run fer the 30"i.73/21

aside to become firm. The State Bankers Association stall at large. Whut wud you eg- Hal loon $11.50 29x4.40/21 1 0 29x4.40/21 $6.0

t u Children's LollypnM| Is. showing its interest In club OFFERED CORN vise I kno you are a prakterklefeler Balloon. Balloon

Use 1 cupful of sugar, 1-4 cupful work by donating funds for three Other sizes
) era et yu aunt got much seats.Yores pricedproportionately 30x3 y
,\. ',I of white corn syrup, 3-4 cupful scholarships, In the College of Agriculture CLUB MEMBERSOne like as ever low. Cord $5.95, 30x3 Cord y $4.65

i ." of water, 8 drops of oil of cinnamon each year At present Ernonermust.P. .
peppermint, red col r. there are five freshmen in the Col- HERE is the best selection of I tremor
tires
or scholarship to the University s. I hearn tell as how this nom and low a great saving-made possible I 1 b 1
Ing. lege of Agriculture who have of Florida and 30 scholarshipsto de ploom is mo ely used by them prices: ever offered to the car owners in this dons production in modem factories-by dirtd
Put corn syrup and wa- scholarships of one kind or another vicinity. A complete lint four burt
t sugar the summer short course have trench peepul. He say I aent no big values a purchase of raw -materials through aorganization
ter into a saucepan and cook, stirring and many other former club tire for every purse and mlddlen"
r been offered to the corn club boys frog eter an I alnt alnen my nalm every motoring need that eliminates
.1 c_.. until the sugar Is dissolved. boys. of Florida by the Chilean Nitrate eny moar In nofrensh., no not eny -al!1 developed and built by. Firestone, in the pro u-and by direct distribution to deck!
Continue cooking without stirring wi ;'Id'. most economical through Firestone warehouses
tire factory
I Fons Hathaway spent most of Educational Bureau, according to moar. Hentz the chang in stgna2er. factories. This
r'', g'' until the mixture Is very brittle about Monday In Bradehton and said an announcement from R. 'V. P. s. dont rekon you noted thee I 1- '''ire one's answer to the demand for lower Come in and get your sire today.. Equip .J
cold water (
when tested In empruvment In ml spelen. Ef I nurinc costs. Here you get the foil benefit DO B'
a from fire nothing publicly about politics. Blacktock. state boys club agent. new tires for winter-when the fall
290 degrees F.) Remove want to moderst I wud kail at- of Firestone quality manufacturing: methods *
and add flavoring and coloring, Tampa papers take notice.-Bra- The University scholarship will you safety will protect :you: the most.
denton Herald. be worth $100 and will be given ten hun to It.
Pour
; d( .' stirring as little as poslble to the club boy who scores highest -

y( t Into greased molds. Use object "Many a Florida city hath a In the following points: yield J. W. ANDREWS
molds If they can be procured, way of forming Rub a stained Jr.
Hathaway Clubs"Sanford profit, examination and record
p L ; such as fish, birds flowers, etc. -- les with a little ,
Herald-Very clever, and story of his crop. The examination Ee.//
1 1,i: h As soon as the candy begins toi Indeed-DeLand News. will hi'. given during the alt.rinsed and The dried STARKE, FLORIDA

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..... T1IK: MIM'TKH: : : OK ,SCHOOL 110.1131) :\ OI'Ii'3 or dniooi. 'r
... ... : IXI"UIUI.TIOXBUl'T l.mdM, Ivlim,, ..d) l
.... ) in' "')Ingn| Starke.
Foreign Visitors Car:c Herefor HTATK KAKM.: }'..tCTSFIGJJIIEI4FIR .AM 1 Py the power vo..tod In them. th.' Urndfnid ( 'o""tl'l..rl"I .... To-WIT: \1i,
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IAMPTONi : \K.\K 192N Board met In regular session All that 11I..k. l at.d In tlie
\ ,. Board) of Tuhllc Instruction of i Town of Slark. ,'. i>''.'"n
i Aa| Mmroo, Cor. : : March II, 1928, at Starke. Fla.\\ Bradford County IUfr..hy1\ clottIi.n '- North hv Maul lcun m. i ,.,.i ; on' the Rant }, :
Sa I hy Adama. .xtreet. on the BWuth .
: by
Music Cas-
fizz Florida State tie held In
..4. z c. IS,000 acres in viz .. to Hampton 4'
......... ? with all members prevent : lAFayette street: and on the Wet :
... oil, Woodlawn, Graham. New Hlver, by Monroe .street name "lielnir In Ihe
March, 9. -Laat Sat- Farm. 'v. Klckllter, A. B. Surrency and and 1iI'lmpn, Special tax school dl..- quarter of tho Southwest ,

", ;: March 3rd MlaatT 15,000 Acres Fenced. II. D. May.Minmitemi trUta on Saturday. April 7, 1928\ to quarter Townnhlp. of M..tlon Six (A TW"1). South y.olrrht llange
,'I\It'rlalned In hon-: 2,000 Acres Under Cultivation. of last meeting read elect three. truatev and asseas 1 HIP Twenty-two (II) Bant.U .
!| mlllaiiu for the next two year. For I K KNICJHT8netlnl \
el! ,.,"h birthday. 1,000 Acres In Horticulture. and approved. the )urt>one of holding .ahl election. Maxtor" In ( chancery I"

mum was decorated Head of Jersey Angus and Returns from consolidated elections manager* are appointed a* followa.Iliimiiton : A. S. SURWH.Solicitor .
i.lfi
1,200 .
O. Itnyne, J.S'. Wnttimoiu for Complainant, (
,
tlful
with bea in Vanderbilt, Hellbronu and '
"IP"" i ) Grade Cattle. A. M \\ ; Caon. II 3-3-5t-3-3
which fourteen Rising special tax districts cunvasaed. I1'n: ,. : "
,n' 600 Head of Poland China and ; 41.) Alflniman H J. 11. T. I. !
IC with! emlllng The result was no con- Koitni'r. Woodliiwn. J. M. llonler.Curl :\oiiri TO ))tI'rfII" A\I: > cini).
??) Kirls Grade Hogs I Milliard, .1, H .:Norman; : Oraham... l'l'IR14 I, '

? ,..II d. making the 3.000 Laying; lIens; Leghorns solidation.ntds 4'. Koirir, It. I). il.I"i.v J. II. Mlirruncv ---, ..
eitver') I Andruw *, I.
.niresque. Interesw Rocks. on Lawtey negro school % t'ari NOTICIC) In hereby given to all
z n" lied II M : Wynn HnmpHoii
," played, which Head of Mules and Horsos. were as follows.: L. 11. & S. U. .1. I-. "'llmlllYi.....\or Kite 4.'. M. 1'hll- Creditor. Leiratoen.. illntrlbuteo* I
100 and all porxuns havuiif' claimsavalnxt I
.lif"l1: a very enjoyable 1.167 Average Dally Prison Pop Futch. $21)000 : A. H. Harley I 11'.. I., W KICKL.ITIOH. I'halrmaii, the Kntutn of Henry V. '

I $210.00 ; V II Wheeler $19700; II H \V1C1NH! Secretary Itrown dnceuHHd, are" hereby rfqulred ,. q
fiat ion. to irunent their claims' duly au* I
,n, ,'itialoii the guests | .23.83 Average; Cost per Day per A. O. Jenkins $198.75 : C. J. Powell -Jl..L-J!! :..!! thentluated.: to the Honorable. ISo ,_

1'I nto the large din-1 Inmate for Food and Tobacco $48714 : C II. Johns $300. 16":"'':Tl HK.CJIM'IH: \TIOVNiillcw Of"- A. nardlner County County FlorlJnrlthln Judge of Ora on<1ford *- ,,,5 s J

wI (the dining tabled $160,579.82 Burned on Farm I V. H. Wheeler being tho low ( ':11'1. .. year from ,(i.atc, hernof for: his approval '
I or thin nut to. will be held ,la.
I ,II n white linen, and ; and in Industrial. Plants and turned man received the contract. In. liorobv A'1..n that tin liar I hereof And all persona In*

a bouquet of the: to the State Treasurer. The following bills were audited I'pftlHtratlnn liookw for thn \'olflatrn-| debt> ml to Ihe Bald Henry Y. llrown .
rwlth over tion of votcra will h<< open In the different Mutate' are requeHted to pay their
Li,I Faster Illiea. Dainty I'I'I 5.000 Bushels ot Corn Housed. !. and ordered paid: pr clnct e the county from nld debt forthwith to tno under- .
| and delicious if i of Hay put up. B. 8 Howling touching __ _- nOli.on 'I,.)ldty, Miirrlx, it M. 1D28, until: I I Si onlay Ivnod Administratrix. t
ri'' krs 7,000 Kales 1\11'.0.. C'. \\'hi*.., lo -_ _- _1 BOO. April I 2, 101K.) nnd Hint l I tho following Thl. I th" lh diiy.. of KVbrimr) 133$. :
!er""d abundantly. 10.500 TUicihels of Sweet potatoes Wjrrwln Jnckmin. do ___ ____. J >800 | will nerve us deputy rptlB- IINNKIHTTA i I 1)ltlt'N and \'
participated In this | Myrtl.M-I JmkHnn. do ----- __115.01) i rat I Ion t'Ittt'eretltstrl't IjAUHA WYNN 1II.NTON: I
uu made. Flnrwiu'o MHtthvwB. do ___. .. .1IBOOMamt ) No. 1.-II\wt..y. (IrorwnV a-10-9t-4-l( _Admlnliitrutrlx, ,
laffali were: Misses MarI ] 7.000 Crates ot Vegetables Sold. ( MltfUnll do _-_____10000 \ Kol.prtn.DlMlrlct. ,
t. and Corrie Wynn |, Hogs Butchered. Hit a.ii'.. \Ml1t,>h..n M r : 500 Head of t'. :Mnthi-nv, lo _-____?__-.11111.00 NcwHom.nintrlrt. ,
Oorla Mead Margie'ita ; L 250 35-gallon; Barrels of Syrup .oRpl.hlnlutolielt, do TO 00 No. 3-Slark* (south) JNX .
-nil
Johna Ruth Elnrollne I H-lorl.ia Wilt-ox: ,ii _.-.::=:::: 7000: ::) Moi.ifntt.niKlrlct Healed. bids will be reccl\ed. hy the ,
in, '- made. Tholrnn Johnson do ___,,_____ 70.OO' No. Grnhnni, C. 11. Uob- Huaril, <.r Tlond Tinieteen' or Hi'ail ford ,
lnd Delk _' 3 180-ton Silos Filled. I Huh)" JOMCN.. do ._ __ __. .. 7000 (cotinlv. FluiUlii. I nt the olllro of theHecreliiM
DOb-1 From t.eola Fomc do .. ___ 7000 I'l'lM.nintrlct. No. Hampton. .., J. V.JcmeM ) or i the hoard at Htarke" ,
L O. Handled an "
.1',, *nd ( 1,273 Prisoners Mirth Wnnl., dn ____ ._____ 7000U 1.'Jn., II,lit)111 2 o'clock. p. m. of March! '
t
hvd\ < MoBely who Jails. M nilwnrdn. rnnnp.. __ ____1M.00 Drolrtrt No. Theremin, Afra. 1'tr. ::',tti, t l'H", nod at that time puhllolyopened .t

In Miami State lload (I.V.. pn1'l' ', tranvvi.t _..' ___ TO.00H. : n..IKer.nl"I'I.t. foi t'onuuI routing, uomplrtnli '
hug, He sister 639 Prisoners Sent to < 8. Kellitrnnt>. i. _.. ,HO.0<1 No. 7-Now Titvor 1\!. K.lohna ..""t'nl'tl..n ii nil I Impiovlnir tne. fn-) II
I.1 months has returned Department. I.. II. (1,,tn.'y. I ranap.- 78.<"> CL'iatrict lo\\'1)1) IC roadx or "e.tlonx of roada I l.iBradford ,

Electrocuted. Joe Kclli-y, ir nm'. __ -. *o."* No. 8.-t1rookr. U. II. Colnau. CountyUoad '
Em, here 39 Died, (9)) M. A. Sap>, tt'iIilSl---------I" ) No anKomi, :) to Uoml 4 Vr
IIP, e Saxon and family $52,307.60 Prisoners Cash han .1. I>. ivolf|, trntiKi _-, =_==.:: : to 00 H C. AVAI.I. tI..r".l'. "".. and, Itoninn Alvarea

the guests of J. ,*f. Itxdillnh{ <) Irniivn. ._ __ 800M Supervisor' nf Heicimrntlon, Uoad No.; 23-'Vutnuletll; It Mohoul ItUoail I.
},In(. are dled. I \ 1 Inclil, 7 SBH. 3-31-3-1(1( Hritilfonl_ ('nunty n liy Hum Whltt'hxudir.Hoail I ,
I I. WlKKlnx
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1i i' mothers J. II., G.fy 3.819 Sets of Finger Prints tak 11\l\. W!Uriel. :,nn, unlnrv:, _- :- 20000* :No. '4(1-rtond ::1 i lit, Now XU Ii ,
,/ bd nervlce _. 4.tn M OTIt"1 er Hint Ion by Hen Itenfrow.lloiid '
'
I U \V. I Kit) kill IT 4 .
Saxon L No 16-Hun,1! tl 4 to Hoail 7
I en. II. II. :Miiv. lid. service ____ K.((10
!' 'Waldo, pastor of 5,092 PrlHonera' Descriptions A. It !Suircnrv., I.,). HrvU'B" -.. H.OOMm *) Iii Circuit) lrt, Twenty-Sixth by Will Andrew llruuker. .1
: Uoail No 17 to New HOJJVroad
T.. 1 U I Illll. trnnnp. _._ 4SOH .\ 'u'I : ,, -
church here, Jodlclnl, I ( I ira ii miii County hv (1. ,v. I Haien.Houd t
fy Taken. lltoo
.
Mrn II ) ,'kins. trannp. I'1' t loll.In.l In Chnncery.I .
Packages ; "". 4ft-Road No. 1 to Neivllopn
; : ; :: %
Interesting sei Prisoners' .. .. 90,01ltn.xItt' .
very test-i' 1-I\nnhnll. i Joinedliy
10,950 ] -- I Mm.i M. (TrroHiO Ijevltnn I Hrldwo hy otl* Hariy.Uoad 'I
.
*'
I Anronn, (narhlnwr and I'
911.111'1 M t.avlton, her huibnnd '
bOA
No. 18-Uond 1 to
Handled. __
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l'erl 11111. tonrlilnn: 'xt friend und Krtiomaii lleirUler j.Hua,1 j.
tift ,
*,umniers and family of 103,615 Prisoners' Letters Hand Amei'Iciin, Hont ('0.. 01 ell Ie" ___l 008.Tnnnirlfnril i llridito by No Joe 85-Kelly Uoc-k Church to road ; ,
.I 38.sic
4'n. I1nnl It. lnt.
of Mra.i Complainant, tIttauI "
'lie guests led. 10500II ) ) ) I at Han .
in Hank. <>)f Hlnrko, inst--------- 114nu'uI.
V*
Mra. J. P. Sul3,1 h"h.1, rlc'". W. Wnll. bps---------- 245.14 J / No. From, Hampton-Key l
i mother. ; t! OOI'MOV. Cole, et nl.I Mtone' lltflirhtH 0", '.I. thionir neAfiiii
4'c : Tag Plant Underwear .1. 11 Duvlw ('0. ins--------. 2:10.1111 I ,...r"e.11. \"",.. ;
Factory, \ vlu I tlrncn x to State Uoail Not. IH.Uoad ''I
<: Shirt Factory, I.',..... "..b" >.. .>.. .. .i..1Ur.,1') In "Suit to .|..h.t l No alA -from) State H"a"r '.
KammerL Shoe 1(10( ).noNfrM
Win C. Factory T. Livwlunne, teftrhlnit ,
I Mr* I P THI to.'t't rtis ;
;No.: I 1:1:I to Uoad Nt)>. .18.:
---- VinEyard ,- ,V. J Joni'H. do. 2 KB!00Vrvf ) W. I '0", Siiinni-l i II'I'hnml.on. ,
3,1 May. Mra. K. -H. Poultry Plant. Apiary. U""II"| Uond,, No :.14 I --KIOIII I Hampton south ",
( Dairy _. Bo 00lOilmv ,
Wvnn ilo 2 John Ilnrhy John 11Inntiy. I. I
Marlon Jones :RrCH.ARD: :; KR.AETKE Mill Ice and 1 Cold Storage do 2 -.._- _. __ __ 7500Mrx AlMirt'H to Aliuhua, ) County lineTotal i;
and MISS I Saw :Mjinulnff J. I Darliy. JoHcnh! (I. ) I lentrth. of I tI liexe. projects ,Inappioxlutati.v
Gainesville this Power Plant Caijieiiternd II.. rnkliiH, .Inl: _. NK.00Lniilwo : : .1 i. i\|. Alvnii'I: *, Kl'niln. I tr I IIb I I ) :30 II iulli I .H. The total j
)
in Plant .00
NO
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'ipIng Carrnwny, 010.3 .oith.I '' 1'. It ('n iiovi" and Mon 1 It which 1
I
of Ihe Itetnn
Blacksmith on
;:i Wheelwright Shop, Snolltfiovn,., do :H I SO 00KunlcB I'll) tin*' "',,- iluantltleH pro-
J4if Honnn 5,1.1] mOil '
Wh.cttfTe.! : = !=f ::j =f.t Ji. ___ t'linoMi Hon. puHalH. me denlred. are as follow ,
Scott nnd Mrs. J.. T.lot 1 I M 1-M 1 1 I I I Grits and Rice !Mill. Cooperage : t'l-rUltiM do. !) __ Mo.on'. I. liiu't" I Ilu. rtnli.luh Nat. I'iiiI, I ttattlcnf : Cliiarlnir. nnd Kruhblnw. 27.16 acres
A I Shop (luHHle, Mao, H,'nnett( do S------ SO 00Mr North I'nrollna.) Haninol, II. lluliluxnl. ) citlo! .
!Starke. visited their 1h; Sl nol'1U ttiru qwsUs Comet jmiUng'! o-ver fti e hills, : / Shop. .. H. i I':. JU-llne clu .__._ 00.00Miidire I ,I. Smith I I and I Itrothorti, CntnllnilA. I I I'.xcavatIon. I muuhlne lO,3ti7! Krmlliiif yardH.Unnd H'JO "xln-' .
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this week. Florida State Farm maintains MMdleton do 3 ___ -- RO 00IKIhel ilinylilll. V. J. Hhlpmun" ArmKlroiiK tloin.I'litrpiilcil. 5
j .1 i Wynn I ballads the French our Tiot The Tubercular ) arlltln.!) do 1 3 ._ 8000'MrH I ) ('((1..1' und Company, If elthT I Klructurnl timber 11.-
:
0 Bennett and family, Modern American Music hospital and II 4'. llltdi I do 3 _- 8000 of 4 tho nlmve ar' llvlnir or In PXIntunce ((1.11 I 1\1. U. MIN ,
numbers. The Balkans like our all Tuberoulars, Olive hay .do 3 __ _- __ 8000 )and 1C dend or not In XHluni'n 113 I Iln. ft. j
Hotel for culvert
|a been guests of Rivals European Ruins slow foxtrots and tho Germans Wards Caring; Maimed "'. M. Thorton.. Janitor" 3 .-._ no.noKrcOrllin ) :I : t Hutu 1: :: to hlx I \i Cr, their: I or lt; 114 I Inch Inch plpn pipe''. oulvort 83(1 Iln. ft

for several months are our fast ones."Sometimes. Sick, Afflicted Halt Lame Struih; tearhlntr 3 -- 4500. hcll-H, 1'KUtl'OM' KI'lllllXOH. d..VlN.....H, All work to .lie done In accordance I
located in the Gould As Tourist AttractionNew my orchestra plays and Blind together with all H. <}. AIItrnlnn.trInKp.. t 4 _. 4000I. .00Mm ntuot HHoi H. I lNTa.l' I opreHwntal, '4 4 IVPB, orUMHlH'tlN. with tho plann. and. Instruction*. Kenwral l J J1;
,
Silly Prison I I., II. Futdi. ti-ihtiir. 6 125 sin il to nil I I IIOIMOIIM ft It'inn I provlnlnnH. ",,,','h,1 I provlNion I *.
In !Main street a number which has strains Women of the entire State T.. 1/I./ Flitch clo *K .__ 8500' 4)tIll. 1'.>potation) I ) whonn nnino r''Hldcncn HpitciricntlonH, und iiropimnl and contiact :
Starke was a busl-: York City.-Jazz bas reminiscent of all countries. 'Tho 11I1'''. (}. A. AnilorHnn dr (I.. ._. ... 85.00lielma nr Muce of hiixliiiHM IH unknown :, of I Iliadford; : : lonntv:: I I
of )
rl Population. I IHnkhiM do (0------I 7500jflravo to t'itnilaliiantn, that in'a In- hv hI
and is | t lie accompanied
traveling Sunrise which I have played so Population Much hid muxt
popularized sea! )
Bar here this week. Entire State Prison Wood do A _- --- 7500 I,..'t'st."d I tn IhoHO I ) oortnln I |,|IOCIH orpiviTolN a ceitlflid: I heuk or a bidder* bond ,'
6. Bennett and the chief reason for foreigners often recently is this typo( of of Approximately. : !I.MrN I A.V.. Illinium) .1.6 7500 I of land IvhiMr and IIP)low InMrarkn made imynhla. to 10 H. Matthew.
,1 III'SV! coming to America. So says Rich- music. It hns a home land mes- Consists I I )lioht KninUlIn. Junllor 6 2500 limit r.i'I" connly, Ii'lorlila, i'huh"man. for five per ten t ot the '

n \Valtfc'son were vlsl- ard Kraetke, famous operatic Rage for each nation, but I should State! Koa,I Dopiu'tnicntWhite 00 I .1. S lilnor: triinnp. 7 .. 11. 75001KtlKM 7.BO I Iktinwn and. donrrlliod an followi, tO- miinnnt It d. ax evidence. of trood faith ,

,tcksonvllle last Sunday. musical directorfor describe it as American Males _- .- | iorulhKrunkH. )tcnchlnij. __. (1000Dnrnlhv ) Wlt I)! : I i iI and its a iruurnntee that If awarded
conductor, row pure 850Sta Ill...i'e, do 11 I lhVfitt I half of T.otH, Hlx (1 I ,nndii the contract the bidder will execute 1
liaughten and daughter, the S. S. Leviathan. with an international flavor in i Colored Males I ItrnokH, iln 11 no:nil | ":I.'lii (il of Itlonk Nineteen. ((10) al'i "I the cotitract anil lIly bond as ra- I
::: do tl .11000ndyH of thn Town ofI I,
is sort of musical Esperanto the orchestration. Kurm Rthi-1 MIM.I" 16.1",1 plat )
Hawthorne were "Jazz a \ o 4"lr.'I.'
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of 10000 .
'lnia dccl "If the chambers of commerceof tlO S Wiwillti, do I 13 I II I 11'k""' ''I.I Mantu 1>( Intr). (V K) m'tju (orluml The right In ruxerved to reject any t ,
Kraetke art's. .50
\ 1
Mr. ..
here this wee'k.ewls White Males -- I I.. VI. Kill."I Ii. icpiilm 6 H2 1-2 feet wliliKimt andViil and oil bid. '
'Thousands come to ins on the America would boost our na -- 841 I \V, Wiitiii'HMiivnfnr, 40) OHH tiv ion fret North and Honlh I bound-) I'liinx and. Hiioclflcatlonii may he .-
of Waldo will preach Leviathan to ask questions in tivo music as! efficiently as European Colored Males 1 I H I.i-wlf", hold Hlci'tlon 1(1.(_ 800W I"ort on the North) by landH. of Ilraditiid see,) ul the nfllee of the ,county nflnevr ii
ipttat church:: next Sunday. about jazz. I travel bureaus have boost. White Females -- T. t'r MIV| do 16_.._ .- 200 2.ooI ) ) Ponnty I Hiuili nnd .1. 'r. Hi-iivni'. or nt the olllro" of the secretary

B Hunt and Mr. and many languages and ed the interesting spots of the 'Colored Females 93 II. M Mcltuc do 111 -_- .. .u_ _' 200 nnw 1>. ('. .IOIIPH on I hn I'ant Hotitliliv liyl.unlx of the board lit Htuiko, Fin
play it for all nationalities In the I I.. I.. 4 '.iamr. do 10 or A. M Piilliy." on the Id. 15. MATTMMW8 I ; ;
visitors to continent I think should haveas Is the only State do 10 __ \2 00R .. and I the \VHtliv .
Bnn Hall were all nationalities understand our we Florida 1 _. 200H
has its favorite many foreigners 'doin America has one (central institution M. Norman do I II \.S'n Iriut .itrei'tIHHRTINd C. A. FUTCH.
which
B-ieva last Sunday. music. Each country :I.. 50.no) .
Union ,
prisoners *14. ) nowllnw tnHOlilnn ( ( 1, Vi.il' und each of you . 2-HII.1.3-U:
,(. l'aver\ and daughter, of course. as there" are Americans 'doing to which all State J. V. .1,,IleIS. ippulm, \2 _-- __ 1000 111'" hi-roliy "..lIrl..1) that you havnliiuMI
I. "The English prefer our waltz Europe'. and there graded .1. TiientT rviialrn) 12 IS 80 named der ndantn to a ciultlnoiiHht No'i'un it t
i. Blanche of Lake Gen- are sent, : : :: :. A:60
.y -. .--- -- --- -- and assigned J.\!\!. M. I 1ElZt |), wood 1S M (Tnronn: ) T.:vl- -
oo lyJI
---- ---- ------ --- condition t3 HO : hnxlinndnnd I
,3 i the guests of Mrs. Fav- I aa to physical .1. I,. Wynn r..n"I"t> -- :340 ton joined M f.twlton her Court, Twenty-atmth.'
) olllim floor IK l friend, and) Kinoirian I K<>KBMter | n"'If.1
Oalnrr next
accordingly.;
ionli Mr.\ and //Mrs. O. to work: .1. II ID hill .f n' Circuit, Ilrndford County.
.
) (1. 11 Colxun I ot t ova plpn U who allege I In )heir ffworn
j last Sunday. Auto Traffic Crowds Road Program II I -_ aPEOI'Ll'l CIIMIMBy --: I U.: T.: Oi.rp I In thin of- l"lorlilii.tlm'adtuu'd, County llnnk. t '
WITH :3 I of thni '
: liroomit thn nwnvra
; I ). I'. 'lon>H rt-''*, that t they: are '
ft r. 'iv Wesley of Waldo I I U, I I.. I.''(", wood :3 J 5.0There IV.. simple title Ihnrnlo nnd 1'rayw' IL uorporntlon Plaintiff,
i
:ue ?<"learne; Matthew Adams.) moot the I lint I I' I title I) I mi'.1 forever dearliiK nndi v*
( adjourned to : : Chnrln K. dol lorand i
week. : O Poet
_, Donald this In man or the board I <..,nririnliiK, thu title to mild In mix toi Lymun
fmer'. Priest of Green Cove I know of no quality satisfying first Monday In Ai.rll. 'oniplalnnntH) t find derieelnv. that I th 4 1. 11)IJefwndnntn.TO Lawrence. I I\ 'i .

fl the guest of Mr.notlier woman so beautiful charm.BO L. \.'. Klckllter, Chairman :(;omplalniintH, : CII 1 itleit'iit I haH foe:: Hlmple mid': tin: lii title)N I a itltHOlule jroodand I.YMAN (i I. ruioT rrrAm "J:1 I I In. '

Priest. i so peaceful. as necretary.Woodlawn III and t to Maid landw, unniillliiR IrJlXIJOII, .1 II. t\WI'tIlJ'
Mrs. I. J. II. n. Wiggins; \ rnilHUNM i .
but ANI It Al.li OT11IIU
you ,
charm nil claim I )*
ran't'deflne t 'I nnd
Bin and family ot You becomes -----. ---- II 1"I) : ; :; ::I r. of iiny: itndnil Ti'sunsTi.n: ; : I

)>iu '. were the Ala-I II know It instantly berauxe(the It name ......................... I I ,othr-r i pf'iHoiiM, flrniH and ror|>oi"- noilfltid You and Hint, each the ot ahovn you are Htylndwa h, t.'.r t \' I
In
of .
therein.IT
IORN !
part you at
Hi 1'1 i i ;.Ijtcr! Miss Ada Nlm- a I IS TlllMIKFOUIl: oriDKrini: InHtltuted In tho ahove II"1" \ .I
the color of the flow- ''VOODLAJVN .. 4 lh. 8Sth day nt Jailim' v :
i manner as : that 4 I lie .wild ,1,"tonl lnntii: Till)1 '.1 court on ( I
you
outlay I''er its fragrance becomes i apart or, not named "known or unknown, l P. Hill! : and on that day a Win, of j..
or
(lones and mother Mrs. _. .......... .. "onr..I.,1.. lIun-re."IPnl. ,I! attachment wn tlulv tHHUod. th '( i
( of you the moment you see I Iin it .+A ... .. .. ,L 1.1 nfl t. ) 10 tho hill nr,i and levied. liv the ,nherlff nf (n n I. .
du .'
'naril. of Alachua were come near it. Feb. !9.---L. n. and ,'om..IIIIII'Ii''I\O'l'wIHo. in cxii rn'i'cnr ibittlul, 1IR'"I".t you ford county, Kloildn. on the :20th. dit"' I

'!. of Mrs. Maynard'aMrs i visitors to Penney h..r..rn, Jl10n.lny. A I.rll 211,1. A of January. A. [>. I92S upon the fol
with charm O.T. Phllllpi were 'II "I' I '
people InUnutfonl I
You trust "ri duMorlhed real i estate
Curt IIIw hoc
tD3R. b"toro the II''ult '
1'" W B. Alexander. .l'0 Perhaps it might bo railed the ,Farms InBt Wednenduy, (I1rA.lrortl I I.. I'n I)0 4 V. i"lortd"*, to an"w"I' county! 1).r ri1iL:) Tn.WIT" : (

Alexander and Alexander's family: ]: fragrance' : that accompanies'" sin Mr nnd Mrs. L. II. Denmark.of i I ;',', the' nald'limilimr I hill?: of you oinilalnt;, falllnir|: \ : whicha nn exlilliltnd ;. 1'UOI'EIITY.! of Mr. ofMrn.
u its Jacksonville, were guests Hotith hnlf IIf Houthweit ciuartur -
''cerlty. For charm Itself Is a ape clorren of thin court will be enterednfralriKt 'I\ hn i 1 ,
!
\li Alexander of Waldo. Mr. and of Northeast .ciuartor: except the I 4
| mind and Upiimark'H parents. von
of' bell.uty--of Till Went half ofNorthtiant I
.. cia rare The Bradford County Telegraph, Wwt Klva ncroH
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-.. Mra. J. 5. Norman Sunday. rttark liradford' rounIv. iiunrtor, of Houtheavtnunrtcr 4,4,
!I heart. i l hed I In c :; ... ,
.................. People with charm apparently Cit*"! Smith ot Ocala, spent Sunday I.b Florida. I ,, IM hereby In which{ dnnlKiiatHd this) notlpii a, of HoiitliKiiHt, and the iiiinrtop,, N".thw..tuart., all I I In t1t'i,
l'.nl'1:1111
IVEJVRIVER never know'they have It. You, are here tile guest ot Ills mother,, the tad oewcpruor order. .ehall he published) once nw Hnctlon. Two ((2)). ;; h ; : J

: love them. follow Mrs. Carrln Smith. .-clt! f<'r four conNnontlve weeka.WITNRS3 f8i' south Itiinge Twiintytwo. (unJr.t. 1*
drawn to them, hand an rlnrk An.1"ell I,
ia in"le Sapp, Cor. II them and tie to them. They become Mr. and Mrs.\ M. t). Carter and ft 4 the above my named .court thin l I'ltoPHHTY. nJ!' LVMAN (I. PERT

7 4I friends-and stay your laughter; Miss Lonnlebell, were 'the 20th day of February, A. D.,, The Northeimt uunrt Twelve of North-112t

................. : friends your throughout the route you the guests of relatives at MuxvilleiPHday. l92" O W. AT.DKfWAN The wct t WeHt iiunrtnr'half of Hnutlon of Northwent quartor !

/ Plnrlt tit I Circuit) ('"..rt. of NortheiiNt quarter, The Mouth I '
[ River. March 9,--We are take with them.! And they are Ilradfonl, Ponnty Florida.. hnlf of Northimnt ,|"..rl..r. and the .I

> learn that little R. J. Tu 1'- as charming at 80 as they are J. M. Drowning ot Jacksonville, fly C A. KN I'll"IT. Hoiilheaiit' quarter of Swctlon TwenVthres I'

.. has been on the sick list Just at 20. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crews A, H. PURWS Deputy. Clerk. \went :'IItt2.!.of) '. The Hnctlon Went TwentyfourCH half I of the 'i 1: -

fh but we all hope he will People with charm are always of Halforct were the guests of Solicitor for Complainant. > ; The North half of the North .
here n-a-nt-n-io* hut of Northeimt quarter of North-
Browning
I''over considerate. always looking for their father, I). II. act ciuartor of Hiietlon Twenty-nix

; irerelte Rentroe was a the good In their friends and, Sunday.Mr. M VHTllfl: ftI tillf'ntlc' (26)), all being In Townnhlp UlirhtH I r I

visitor In Starke Satur- 'through their fineness of character and Mn. Lewis Crews of ".), South llunica Twenty-two (Si) ,I ."

best to JackHonvllle. were vlalllng friends. .. In hereby Mlvi'ti that tinder I Kant.P herehy !
always doing; their certain Klnal1fcree ) You and each) of you arc
daughters, those they Sunday.J and) hy virtue of I that. minli.i I.'ehrunry rnqutred' to ni>neur. In nrtlcl. entice on I' I :
of here
L Johns and further the interests of forerloMiit I I ) the 2nd. dny of April. A. T)., '
Saturday. S, Norman and O. J. and, I). 17th A. n. 183H by llnnnruhloA : Monday therein full not or Judtr- ,
II ting In Lawtey love and trust. V l.onir:, .ludirn nf (hi:, Klirhth) .lu- 1II2M. and ,

; tho B who were transact- Charm-true charm-In self- I,. Phlllpi were visitors to Graham iHc-lnl I.: Circuit of Florida. act., Inre A. for/ II'WtV' I ordered he entered(hot thl against* notice you.heniililliihed ; \ I) I

ne-a In Lake Butler Satur- Monday. and In behalf of Ilonornhln Judicial In tho Ilrndford County
of Urn 2flth
Eli: Mr and Mrs. R. JMi leas.A charming; person, entering a. n. II. Drowning and Dan Starling (Adklnn C'lroult, llrndfonl Judge C'oiinty. Florida) Ti'li-wrnph; onco a \vek for Two I'' .

[ and Mrs.. D. W. Kel- room always fill that room with were business visitors to Jacksonville who IH dl"'III..llrle.1) wherein toilci u'i 1 wa'I. ,In nuinIH thatiprtnln on.n)DinW1TNMHH' U).. Ifonorahle. A .Z. .

| tlaurihter. Miss Sarah. Mr. What a gift! Wed ln !M aroma. itinitlaliiaat
an abiding i ') the .neal of thin 1< .
nnd
: Clerk
11.i ,
Is M ,
; nnd
ThernHxa .MM ,
of wife
Philips 'Mm" I. Peek '
and
gift. ,
;t Frank Tomllnson. For it-Is none other than a !! the underHlirned court' at Starke" Itradforrt. county 'I
Mr and Mrs. a. W. An- Yet charm may be cultivated. upending the week here the guest, 1 ,l''dwnrdN: i an. are rlpeclal rleftindantii.Mactelwill Hell Florldu, I thin I h.. 25th day of Jan- J

Mr. In his brother D. L. Phillips.M. .1,I. MI, ",h. to II),.. hlKhnxt and hext) hldd -. 1)1-V. A. Jl>. 1'I2Htl! II. .
lr. U J. Turner and i i for it is a gift to all greateror of I In front of thu, Pourt lloimn dnoien I. W AT.DEHMA.V 1 \I

| ParrIsh. : less degree. H Is, however. D. Carter was a business visitor : Sum', ,Miwko) Uradford Ponnty, Flor-;. CTt1'VS'I, : '
It is to Starke Wednesday. ;l ln. on Monday; April 2nd, A. P 1925.! \. M "
<
trans- spiritual.
( (1 I M L. Johns was lens Dhvslcal than 1I'1 the 'li'tcal hours of isle, for Attornoy for Compnlnant. ,t ".1 1211ft1't h
.1 I Init *
'
I :na In Lake Butler I | strangely spiritual. The main reason---for the excel ," "'n,.,,,.*'p ,:r n.cI1.Pln
II it -moon 49 yard | When a person of charm comes of Florida's through: highways ,
would allow approximately lence
"id Mrs J L. Johns made a Rapid Increase In automobile regt*- I for each vehicle. i Into your presence' it's like a today Is the fact that they

trip to Starke Tuesday. tratlon U confronting the country the automobile waa I cloud lifting lt elf, or stepping hit this :
I "In 1004. when do not turn and twist to We can clicrye IIRS "'
', II 1 -losod Tuesday after acceleration lt- for highways that the SliD may have your
(> with the necessity ot 'In lt. Infancy expenditure I aside, so or that man's propery as nu>-.t YES 8

i of a successful roads program. Unless thia u I outside of cities were tSO.OOO.OOO full room, full play. roads do and the additional ,

|\V,. .nr. all glad to have a good done serious tratOc congestion ma> la 1937 the. country's 32-fold Increosa.outlay wasl.59000.000. I I .1 once thought that charm but was I county fact that they are being kept I! STORAGE! BATTERY InSmith's (
a
M.p.nlopal feminine gift.
i l'' teachers Miss develop upon a wide scnle. Tills IB $ la I distinctly a from the busy main atredM. j jOur
of mcreuM
away
.. : \ and Miss Eun- tbe conrlualon ot Allard Smith vice I "At tbe existing traffic It rate la reasonable to I( have changed my mind. There are amaler towns should give ,I

t t. returned to the Union Trust Company automotive who charm me and draw me
ad have of men high.ways.
president of JOOO.- paved
that an expenditure thanks. for having _
for the vacation. of Cleveland.23.000.000 automobile say 000.000 a year for maintenance and j to them by their beauty of worth Instead of reviling the stateroad \. !{'[ e

ad to know that Mrs. There are now construction of highways would not and character, by their sincerity for making them Garage ;
of ODe car department
registered.. an average unselflshuossot .
Smith. their
Jewell
I iand Miss I eacb family.U. bo an excessive amount says jot purpose and I lIale.---Mlaml Herald.

returned ltorre from to nlleage la 3000.000 '.The large sums spent for improved ot I __
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S highway the -- ---
l where they under- which only 600.000 mile are roads are partly financed by I have noted that the one who The only man In this race who I III
tnllea. of It motor care themselves. In 1027 registration does not charm. Is Hathaway. _': :'_ ... ,c _- '
,
:!< ,operation. outside of city Streets tries to charm, can defeat the menace -
urfaced for the 9I
taxes .
Mi M. L. Johns and all the care now ID use were roads placed it I country fees approximated and gasoline S300.000.000." I ParkOrder a placed for .-Florida Stale News. Illi I(II I
surfaced Avon
the _
.r 41 Essie, were visitors end to end ou I
.-- Australian pines to plant nriiToin! AM: 'IIfU-:
--- enough :orui] TO
-" CO.
&
irm Sunday. DAVIS
here. rioit J. R.
of Taylor county through
0, viII" Extension ot Bay Perry--Farm CronB-State highway ,
-a Plnholster was Jacksonville-- I I
of watermelons Park--Tests being mai'!,n of h-;: ;:
the home of her niece, Boulevard on north side ofSt. will plant 555 acres Avon :Nxtlr* I I" given to all '1 __
t>', Shore equipment at local steam station .,creditor. IrKiitenx, dl"trlbut and :
Wiggins Sunday. from Pilot Townto this year. Service Com all iivriMjna )hnvlnir claIms I aKalnat I _
Johns River Winter Garden Membership of. Florida Public the Kutata ..( Henrietta l : Brown, dc-1,1M4'il. INSURANCE
Island planned. .... h"l'eby r"'lulr..1 to prc* \ II
)r Ing' -Central Florida : Fort George by Chamber of Commercefor pany. 1. are '
goal set nuthontlrat
on new. Work started on .. nt their claims duly
1 C its Worth-Work Marianne t 1
mpany will move Lake this year is 200. 4'd.' to the Honorable 0..0. A. (lardncr. I ,
,itl.>n here about March 1.nvilic right of way of State Road No. 4 New outdoor auditorium new federal building here. County Judas "f llradt.rdounty
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Fort Myers- 1886
Florida within one year ESTABLISHED
started. of Commerce AGENCY
Two-etory concrete in Palm Beach County built in city park at estimated Sarasota-Chamber 'runt slate. her.i. ,& or thIs noiee will I

>nd data to be erected atluff New Smyrna-Contracts let for coat of 2500. starts Its 1S2S membership drive, be held In bar thereto and all p.rIIIUC -

at cost of 15000. construction of municipal dock Madison-6. E. Cannon to open goal being set at 1600. <"lu.Htitd Indebted to pay to their said tlehtw ntat forthwith are re- STARKE FLA.I YT

onvllie--c. M. Owens Com- on riverfront here. station and store across Crystal River-Approximately\ to the underNlg'nftd Admlnlntrator. ___

rect warehouse and pf- Lake Worth-Triangle site of tracks filling itnoro Chevrolet'vert-ice .station. 200 cr.s ,will be planted to to- Thla 11th day of J.March C. TfeRHKI.I 1025. 1 -- .---- ----:-: :

1099 Fiazler at coat of city Dark near golf course clearedup I, b.e.4fl'OitrU-WUfltytbi. .* spring. .A

and beautified. -- C'I

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PAGE EIGHT ______ ._,_______ ___.._ ____. ___. nRAI_ >rOKD_COUNTY TELEGR tFII_ ., STARKE: ,_FLORID-l. -_- FRiQ.il firs{ ..,
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In the full discharge of the Starke--New prison' building $21.9
duties of the olflco I I earnestly so- under construction at taata farm. during m
tL Bradford County Telegraph licit the / of the Resj.eetfulJy.voters In theeneulnll' I t' <.

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ESTABLISHED IN 1879 PENSThat To FOil the Democratic TTH "W ATOlt Elector of ''I ------- -


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1- Fifteenth Senatorial
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Published Weekly on :Fridays and Entered as Second Class Florida. I respectfully solicit your J KEEP CHECK ON)
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Florida Is as dry aa the for the truth and that he has no support for nomination in June said primary T
1 Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida an your State: Senator: for
desert was a Green statment. reason to be a doubting Thomas. cndmJ>'; lcf'o"rdbe coun-
m'.tr:1ft: : : .
1 X. S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher Tallahassee News.A "I was driving my Hudson south EVERETT 111. JOIIYBFOR I CHECKINGACC )

J. C. Robinson__________________________Managing Editor o from Orlando," said the original TAX COLLECTOR l'NII ,
'" girl In Tampa It is said won't teller of the story. "Noticed In the Having been urged by my friends

*-- eat apples!" at all. Her beau Is a mirror that 'a small car was fol- and I hereby feeling announce that I am myself duly qualified a candidate I

SUBSCRIPTION RATE d or tor.--Pulmetlos'ewa.. lowing. I stepped on the' gas and for Oitlce of County County Tax Florida: Collector .. ...... .-... ... ..... --....------

Yearly $J.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance -o- shot the old bus up to about sixty I subject for to Bradford the Democratic Primary .._. II ._._._._.__"__ _- -_ :-....
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Noticed that he was still gaining .. .
June.
la Politics: In a small town like next -----.-
'' Advertising Rates on Application so I eased her down to the floorboards W. E. TORODE. -
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Duhloiiega gets things In a hell ofa '
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'.+.,; and must have been doing candl-
mesa. t>uhlon ga (da.) Nugget.ro I hereby '' ''orw efcfo:
headline whichis about seventy. The little car fin- diMe l for the office t !
Behind in its Work" says a ,
,,. "Congress -- ally whizzed past me and as It of Bradford County. I solicit the
One of the late songs says that went by I that It Ford.In P Perc the voters of the J-ounty. I. .
no news at all saw was a and promise the A checking accqunt should I II
"Love la Just a Little Bit of Heav another mile or two I came to discharge of the duties of Bald of- not he used,
0p flee.
en." That is. of course. If nothing a turn In the road and saw the C. A. KNIOHT.cotrvTV .
Advocate held its twenty-eighth birthday car parked and the driver stand- I i
Wauchula savings account nor a saving
happens to change It into a lot of oI'no"I ing along side. I stopped and asked hereby announce that I wIll be a t
party last week. the other.-Tampa Times.Representative : him if he was in trouble. "Nope." candidate. for re-election. to the oilice
of County Judge of Bradford County -
0'c' 0- "Can I help you any? I asked. Florida subject to the DemocraticPrimary checking account.

and ) maids give bachelors the bene- Green who says "Well I don't know that you can to be will held be June appreciated.ri 6th. 1928.. I
Will the old ( young Your support
Florida Is dry the Sahara
as as undoubtedly but I am plumb disgusted with this o. A. clAItDINER:
r
s fit of holidays this year? I Io forgot that the Elks are new Ford. I have been trying to TAX ASSESSOR! !

going to hold a convention In this shift out of intermediate for the I hereby announce to the puhllc Keep them separate-make the I'heckiJ
last half hour that. I am a candidate for the olfloeof
state ere long.-Saraaota Times. and finally stoppedto will
of Tax: Assessor, subject to the
Life is what you make it-if you are not married.- -o I figure the blamed thing out.- the voter at the coming Demo-
West Florida weekly Winter Garden Journal tratlo. Primary. election to be held count do the work-keep check on it
"T :nes-Union. Afterwards it is as you take it, publishes June 6, 1928. In askingfor this olllc ands,
a political announcement under a' .0- will say that I am thoroughly familiar -
o "Too late to head. The Black Creek bridge the first with the duties pertaining
ClasHlfy"
thereto, and promise. If elected.will I i see why its worth ,while both as to ]
The Seaboard has cut its schedule between Jacksonville ,voters will classify him all right.- link cut-off between Green Cove discharge the duties of said of.fits safety
Times-Union. Springs and Jacksonvlle, Is now In the name personal-efliclent

and Tampa from seven to six hours on its fast trains.b ---0---- I opened to the public and motor the and collector's courteous.dulleand manner that will I boon have I convenience

: rV A Terry lady being questioned as cars are now running over the as- the Job when you come to make yourreturns
-
I will appreciate
.
to the number of good auto driers phalt pavement of the magnificent -It i/andmwill show my appreciation I

Writer in New York World wrote a prophecy on flappers. in town replied by saying; $200,000 structure which con- by my work. I earnestly

} 'L i Florida weather prophets. "There. are only two good driversIn nect Fleming Islanw with mainland SOllCit. Most your Sincerely.Support. E. W. HAYESI
lie should be classed with -----
Perry and I'm both of 'em.- according to It. D. Duke, whois .. ..
y -------
l. S -p Perry Herald. In charge of highway construc- hereby announce that I am a candidate -
: ..
for reelection to the oince! of ----- -----
1) tion in Clay county. It is likely of Bradford
to
People who patrionize outside concerns in preference county assessor of taxes ---- ------
The modern pest exercises an that the entire project between county, Florida, subject to the -

jr home industries are helping in the suicide of their town. auto horn instead of the legs.- Green Cove Springs and Orange primary wishes of election the voters, and. at solicit the coming your I

Bradford County Telegraph Thatis Park will be completed and opento support. In asking for re-election.: ....I I
i -- exactly right And at the theater traffic by the middle of April. do .so on and a record helpful or service courteous to, the iflclent BANK OF STARKEA
"
.4 "Negro Thief Stops Bullets From" Deputy's Gun, says ie exercises his neck to put his Mr. Duke is quoted as saying. people of Bradford county and -
I will continueto
'' failed to the bead directly In front of you.- Work is now being speeded ahead should you that favor same me helpful service
'i the Wauchula Advocate but the bullets stop give you
,
Wauchula Advocate. to build a connecting roadway be- I have given In the past. Very respectfuly. ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.

p coon.: --0- I tweea the north end of the bridgeon wAINWRiailTsirnni'VTFNi
.N-2-
0r Chicago man arrested on a the Island side and the old high- S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis Cast
t I prune i\-
charge of being drunk asked for way leading to Jacksonville In or- : SrHlCTION>R'VT

r ; Tallahassee Democrat had a headline reading "To Down mercy on the grounds that he was der that motor cars can have ac- In announcing as a candidate for
V reelection to the ofllce of Superintendent I .___ ____
r Booze." That to be the ambition of both the wets and the father ot twenty-two children. cess to the new concrete structure. of Public Instruction ofBradford .
-
s' ? seems "You ought to be sent to jail the During the next two months the county: ;, I promise.: If re- -
faithful performance -- ----- --- ---- -
drys. balance of your life," the judge rock surfacing of the short cut elected.I of tleoduties of this olllce and -- --- ---

; sald.-Tlmes-Unlop., 'over Fleming Island will be rushed to maintain as Brat an Interest In I .
' a children duringthe
the welfare of the
--o- ahead as quickly possible. 'When'the ,
as
next: four yearn. as I hive: In the
Leap Year is over today as far as February 30th is con- There used to be a time when new road Is completed It will past I herobyH1I31 i yWLUUIN9e.

the sight of a mouse would causea be one of the prettiest drives In : I
cerned. DcLand News. What brand of almanac do ,
d, : you woman to jump on a table, grabup North Florida, and will be used by I hereby announce myself a candidate -

i wear by r her skirt, and let out a screech thousands of motorists.-Times-. for the office of Superintendent -
Instruction of Brad-
Publlo
of
o that could be heard in the next Union. ford County subject to the action of
town; and now, but no It is too -- o the primary June Cth. I earnestlysolicit

.c j Gainesville couples did not accept the offer of a free mar- awful to think about.-Perry Her' i I A beautiful building site in the elected your I promise vote and In support return,, n and fair If i,

t t ald. I i I i Florida Chautauqua section at and Impartial administration of the ,
riage in an aeroplane. Probably they preferred to stay single ,1'Keystone affairs of the olfice devoting my
r --o- Heights has been donated time and energy to the advancementof
,,3 on the ground. From the news of the day one to the League of American Pen the cause of ReapectfullY.A.education .

gathers that every town and ham- Women, according to a commutation J. GRIFFIS

o let In Florida and South Georgiais from George W. .Meade, presi-

1 a Greenville firm advertises "We Never Lose a Customer." preparing for the age of air- dent of the Chautauqua, to Mrs. I candidate respectfully for announce the office of that County I ama i

plane. Flying fields and airportsare Marian Leland president of the to ,
Superintendent of Schools subject
s They must have solved the problem of communicating with being built In such numbers as Daytona Beach branch of the Pea the rules. and regulations of the i

: L tile next world to show that this section of the Women's League. The Daytona June Democratic 6th I primary feel that to I am be In held every on iI I Ip'w

United States Is keeping pace with Beach Journal says the League way qualified to give the duties of
o oltlc-e efficient and competent ser
modern progress.: -Times-Union. which Is afllllated! with more than the vice. Pledging a full and faithful

L ti A town in Pennsylvania is conducting beauty contestsfor I 0- fifty press associations Intends to discharge of .the duties of the
I
at When public officials realize that flee to the best of my ability.
erect a handsome building on the
Mpectfully ask your Hupport. 0-1-1
men. Farmers might get some pointers on constructing the people want to know what they Chautauqua grounds as a retreatfor Respectfully

s') scarecrows by attending. are doing even though It costs the Infirm or retired writers and _-- C. T. LAWIIORNPCi.FRK I

1? said people a few dollars of their artists. Mrs. Leland says: "Our cinct'ir coirnr I
2 '' rl' l a 1 telf I hereby announce to the voters of I
t tax money to them throughthe thought is to have other national Bradford County that I am a candidate -

Starke has a city ordinance which closes drug store newspapers, there will be less benevolent societies that have for the office of Clerk of Circuit
I shall be very grateful to
criticism of the said officials' acts. Court.
proved through time to be render- for their support and vote
I fountains and cigar stands at certain hours on Sunday and Think this over.-Gulf County ing a real service take inspiration nt everyone the primary election to be held onTuesday I
June 6th, 1923. Having
allows other business places to sell anything carried in stock Breeze I'I'o from our.efforts at Keystone served the County In this. capacity I No Oratory Necessary
J Heights. For all such we shall always already everyone l Is familiar with my
o The Ku Klux Klan has work and y' 'b'1' be all
officiallyand do everything possible to ad- the more :appreciated: ; : I

University of Florida must be specializing in courses for finally discarded the mask and vance their work, going so far In promise continued faithful service,

?l i w traveling salesmen, judging from the number': of students to the hood.order'' The has edict been from mailed the head to all of placing other than at- their assembly disposal periods, when to REPRESENTATIVE O. W. ALDERMANFOR j You can leave off the ear muffs with perfE


f : be seen waiting for lift along the highway and street corners. newspapers. On Investigation locally here, the full resources of our In- that I hereby I am a announce candidate for to the Representative public. safety when in to look at Pathfinj
1. I we find that the story la stitution. In this way we shall of Bradford County, subject you come a
0--- to the will of the voters at the. coming -
4 authentic The Klan is
no longera soon nave a great Institution, mak- "
Democratic Primary election to
rr California has a state "sobering" station for use of those masked order, and It Is to be sup- ing it a national center of serv- be held June 5th, 1928. In solicitingyour er Tire. We don't have to "talk 'em up.

i I returning from across the Mexican border. Florida has a posed that Its membership Is no Ice." Keystone Heights Is in Clay true and support.faithful I promise service" -If give elected. me a
s longer secret.-Stuart Dally News. and la located the trial. I will try to make my record
k p 90-mile county, on Pathfinders will for themseI\'es-<
stretch of water to sober up those returning from 1 such that at the expiration of my speak
0-- shores of one of the state's prettiest -
term, you will say to me, well don
r, Havana. The old time Milton boy who spring-like, clear water lakes., thou good and faithful servant.I looks. They're made and guaranteed by Goot)(
used to explain that the accident earnestly solicit your support
It has natural advantage
every
o J. T. BARNES

Jury Gives Woman $2,500 for a Kiss.-Sarasota Times happened lines under when Its tall the now horse has got a son the ot that this could kind be and afforded It is the for Intention a home: T hereby announce myself a can- : year-which assures quality. And they're pM(

,' headline. And it wasn't the jury that got the kiss.TampaTimes who broken explains steering that wheel.it was due Milton to a of those Interested to erect a haven: didate In for the the next office Legislature of Representative and- : ed so low you'll have a hard time persuadiij

If they had who knows what the verdict would have for writers i.nj artists that will bea confidently rely upon the support of
,
Gazette And the old-time Cler- the Democratic electors of Bradford
,
..t, ''I been? mont gIrl who used to explain that credit, both to Keystone Height county yourself to leave without one.
and the Pen Women's Leagut J. L. FRAZEEI
the horse ran away now has a .
o TimesUnion.POLITICAL
daughter who explains that the car hereby announce. myself as acandidate ,
f yly An honest exchange is fair enough-The voter believes ran out ot gasoline. Clermont as representative for nomination In the for legislature the office -- So-come prepared to buy. We have your sk:

t what the candidate promises and the candidate relies on what Press. from Bradford county subject ,
to the action of the Democratic prImary Clincher Straight Side Balloon.
---0'Ve or
the voter promises.-Delray Beach Developer] That's the way Announcements to be held June 5th. 1928. Ifelected
y l notice where Ben Fowler, I promise faithful and con-
lies get started. an ex-deputy .sheriff was electrocuted Hclentlnnn service and respectfullysolicit t
the support of all Democratic
0t1 In Nashville Tenn. last week Political announcements are cash voters T. N. KCNDRICK:: .
lt for( doctor. lie In advance. Announcements. will be I Supreme Service Station]
murdering a was
t1 + ,'fir Newberry mother named her twins Doyle] Carlton and run until the primary at the following FOR PFMIVIKOH OP nEGHTK.V-
going direct to heaven he Bald. prices $10 each, except district TIOX
W ,g Tons Hathaway, and they immediately started scrapping in Well, we believe too.they did bury county olllcers, |B each. I hereby announce that I am a candidate
for the office of supervisorof
the crib. There will be one Doyle] who won't mind Fons being him, and he will start from there. I FOR 8HKIUKFI registration for Bradford county.If NO.2' PHONE I
elected I will give my very best
We do not believe such stuff. If
; governor; of Florida. hereby announce my candidacy efforts! toward carrying out the duties -
the Lord takes such special care ot for sheriff of Brandford county sub of this office and I solicit your

o murderers, as they would make Ject to the action of the voters at the support at the June primary.II C .'VALL1F."IIF.It. .1.-
I Dunnellon Truth is wondering what Dunnellon fishermen you believe, he would send a conveyance !I primary of June 5th. If elected I 'WE ALSO. SELL GOODYEAR TIRES '
for them as soon as the promise the cltlaens of the county SrilOOl BOARD, I>M-
'I JLl"3 going to do during the closed season. Can't say what efficient law enforcement, Impartially 111ICT 2:
crime Is commltteed, thus save I hereby announce my candidacyas TUBES
applied to one and all. Tour support -
( \ : your Waltonites will do but we overheard one Starke fisherman them from going to prison or beIng will be appreciated a member of the school board
1 from District No.2. and will give'
W. MITCH EDWARDS
'. say he was going to work. criticised. by any lawyer.-Dah- the duties of the office my very best
i : attention If the voters fit to -- --- .
see -- --
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lonega ( ) Nugget. -- ---
.' I t hereby announce myself a can .I..t l mo Your support Is solicited!
j -0- didate for re-election to the olflce and will be appreciated llt. D MAY I
if' Congress has After ticks eradicated from of sheriff of Bradford county. If reelected. -
appropriated $323,000 to give the house and are
t I ,
T will In the
an past. .spareWm. ., -
"nmmUlt' i
Columbia ._,_ _,.
I senate better ventilation. Now if they will take away the : (county there will be an' '", T. s
blooded ,
era of cattle and fine milch
: free mailing privilege of congressmen the balance of the country i rows that will add much to the I

,., will suffer less from hot air. wealth of the county. As soon as'' j J. ILIFFE I II
the ticks in the county are done'''

0 away with a representative of the I

_ That Lake Worth Press gang is n bloodthirsty bunch, from Bureau of Animal Industry of the
t. Expert Watch
t the)looks of the "Warning" printed in red and sent to mem- U. S. Department of Agriculturewill Repair- i j

!c i spend a year in this and three
( leers of the press association, stating "If you fail to report other counties where tick eradica- I ing

I at Lake Worth promptly at 10 a, m on the morning of April tion work will be carried on simul- I

1 26, 1928, steps will be taken immediately to paint your place taneously with that in Columbia JACKSONVILLE

.t of business 'red.' We business." county, for the purpose at aiding ENGRAVINGJEWELRY FJjA.
i mean Yessum, we'll be there. farmers In selecting thoroughbred I I'I Ot.nd ITOS IIn..tt Dandln.. Pho. 6-8004

:;\\ 0 cattle for their farms. In one coun- '.rdn, UennU turret. rh.>.. V-M MHl

One of the advantages of running a "patent insides" ty In the western part of the state I II I
ld where the ticks have been obliterated -
4 t newspaper-of which there are only two left In the state of fifty thoroughbred bulls have I LUMBER

) ., JE Florida-is that the editor can get a thrill by reading his own been Imported within the last few Hull Building I
week.-Lake City Reporter. ':
paper.-Tarpon Springs Leader The II
i all-home-print man gets I
Framing, Siding, Sheathing.
-0- Flooring ,
thrill Finish Roofing J Shingle., Laths,'Erick Lbne
r rIL a occasionally when some one makes mistake putting Charley Budden brings In one

in correction slugs.-Clermont Press. Yes,. last week the lino- that ought to bring Joy to the Starke, Florida I Cement Plaster, DOOM, Windows Asphalt Shingles, Asbestos Shingle!,

hearts of Horle and Jim Pounds.Charley I OUR
type made a Storke out of Starke. TRUCKS CAN DELIVER DIRECT TO YOUR JOB'fl'ffti'S

_ says that It was told him 1om-. ",-.N..N __'"_ .__._'...._ ___
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