Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02324
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The special term of circuit, Cedar Key;: March 12.:! ---Woik ;

Curt called suits; of to the settle Florida the condemnation Power on Into hardmirfuclnft Cedar Key has state progressed road 13 to ,, TWO LAWS FOR I State Road Head Replies ( Icy.fI ; ';. :

I'OKKSTKY: XtllSKKV l ] where this road will soon From ( r
Collapse Turns I &I. Light Company, ended Fridalt | the point ( to Challenge

.I' duct HT.ltTEUT HAH'OKl!) ., short session wall held Monday i ito be open for travel without any ABSENTrOTERR :
Waters i I' detours except the stretch across Tampa
ood Upon 1: summons men composing the 'l ,;
Below. With the co-operation of J. Sim I j lury and adjourned until Thurt- The closed season on fishing In from the mainland. U. II. Hodges j ARE PROVIDED I.., .

Valley Butch, superintendent and'AUbrey( I lay, when the first case was taken the fresh waters of the state began president of the Uuval! Construe PURPOSE '.
Lion Company states that the -- uNO ,
I con1ter I '
Frink, horticulturist, the 1 Florida I up. March 15th and, ends on May; section will be connected up by Lent 1.'II..llIln.1".1. : <> One \\'ltlthI UK SERVE)" 'a 1 ,
In suit instituted by the
)ERTY DAMAGE7A'S Board of Forestry has established 15th. March 14th was the last day; I the last of this week and the bud >0"'H :Not Repeal| PlftlollHHtittutp ,, L
S. J. Gunu,
against |
power company
that one may fish In the fresh waters -- :
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detour around the oil well will bo i
at the Florida State Farm at Hal-
IN MILLIONS Lhe jury returned a verdict awarding Itith.
Florida until May
: eliminated. Whe this section I la -
ford, a nursery for the growingof Gunn the sum of $350 for thee I Section 35 of Chapter 11838, I rocked up to the bridges, this will I Tallahassee, March 9..--It any His Campaign Is To Be

trees, it was announced by Simon 1 of his property tor the high Acts of 1927, provides that "It all be dressed off, and then \Mr.Hodges wielder of the ballot who finds Made\ Solely Upon ; I
Number Dead I tension lines. I |
rated Williams, secretary of the that be unlawful for any person to says he will be forced to himself away from his home |pre -

A'ill Not Exceed board. In the second case of Comer L. take fresh water fish In the fresh'' move his crew off until the bridges Peek et ale, an award of $1,000was I rThere
of the State of Florida from bill
waters for ranting 1
It will be impossible not make provision
lire completed ae t ttween
Mr. Frlnk has of the
Hundred. charge nursery given by the jury. I the 15th day of March to the 15th of hit absence, It debate bo-
Five to work over the old bridges. vote, regardless/ will bo no joint '
plantings. Between 100,000and In addition to the amounts |I t
day of May. both-inclusive, of each The bridge contractors are at will not bo the fault of the state Fon A. Hathaway chairman : I er
125,000 trees are planned for awarded the defendants, the corn J "
March 13. An ye&r. contract, but so far legislature' because Florhlii now
work their
Angeles, the nursery plantings, Mr. Williams puny paid) all costs of the special Section 1 of the sane Act defines on slow bas two laws on its statute books of the state road department ''i ,

lake today turned the fam- ( said and the plants will be term and attorney fees. This total I I fresh water flan jm follows: "All have made very. progress. :giving; t the absentee tine right to I and candidate for (lovernor and \i Mv'' ', v,

4 Angeles aqueduct into a ready for distribution during the was set at $2247.00 outside of I of the class Plsf>e that are indigenous :\1.\\ tUTU i.vsr DAY ''v01e.I | )Doylo) K. Carlton, of Tampa, also ''e'

I winter of 1028-29, Approximately witnesses and others costs for the, wator and also all TO \01.1.* TAX lIul"I I
of destruction, leaving a to fresh | Thin In Indicated in an opinion a candidate for that often/ as
80,000 of the plantings will bIn Power company. the fresh waters of
I fish that are in just rendered by Attorney !' r
at 200 to 300( challenge
all estimated Igetited by Mr. Carlton in a t
uncounted property long leaf yellow pine, the rest JOHN (). CONE: the State whethef or not they are Tho attorney general: has advised Fred If. Davis, to J. U. Itl.-lmrtla, : / %
and ,
n, broke the St. in slash pine It the seeds can be I Indigenous thereto" H C. Wall, supervisor of tux collector of 1IIou n8town. An lnHHiiud from hIs headquarters + $

I I', when In it San Franclsqulto1i. obtained Horticulturist Frlnk has John C. Cone was born January I Section 1, of the same Act also registration! that Saturday, May; absent voter's law was In existence! at Tampa! March 2, according t ')

s dam 'I reported to Mr. Williams the receipt Fla. and defines the term fresh waters as 19th, Is the last lay upon which when the 1927 legislature! met, ami to a letter which went forward to
Starke ,
north of here, i 10th, 1887 near ,
i. 41 miles ; of yellow pine seed from P. died !March 7th, 1928, at his homeat follows: "All lakes, rivers, canals, poll taxes can be paid by those who I that lawmaking body passed another i Mr. Carlton from Hathaway cumpalKti ,

""I", *m a wall of water down N. Howell of Ilowisen, Miss., and Brooker Fla., where the family and creeks other fresh waterwaysin vote In the primary election of t which, the attorney general headquarters Monday." Tile s'

r|i sleeping community. that plantings have begun on the I have resided, for ten years. I( Florida up to the mouths. of June 5th The attorney general Haiti, did not repeal the previous letter follows:

1 dam, a part of the aque- tract. 'such rivers, canals creeks and states that Section 215, revised one.I I
nursery and complicated
Jjsteni which carried water The young trees will probablybe Infuenza with heart trouble with [Itresh waterways where they empty general' statutes, provides that poll I I The primary reason for pusalng( Mr. Doyle Il. Carlton,
through the desert I Ingeles to where signs are must be paid on or before Candidate for Governor,
piles distributed, members of the which he had been troubled for i Into salt water, or axes I the 1927 act, Mr. Davit explained, ''i 1

[ gave way without I board indicated, in the high school months caused his death. !placed by the State Game Commissioner the fourth Saturday proceeding the i was to enable railroad engineers, I Tampa, Florida. '1
several !
?, releasing 62,000 acre marking the mouth of river day of election. This section conductors, trainmen, cabernet My dear Mr. Carlton: (
p 1 to be Initiated Miss
educational married to
| water 12,000,000,000 gal- program !Mr. Cone was except Lake Okeechobee and amends the provision of the old and others of like profession to Returning to my headquarters I '
for who died I
Lee Baker state
by Harry of Starke,
upon an unsuspecting Ada Underhill about the St. Johns river, from its mouthas law, under which the second Saturday I.Ivnta in advance of election day; this date I find your commuulca-

nln residence, and ranching ester. leaving a daughter. He spent far south as Volusla Bar and in the month preceding the when their duties required them tobe lion of the 2nd Instant chnlleglng )! i .' c

n hy. RIDE EJiUH IN JAIL, three years on Indian George.river, near Hewaa Including Doctor's Lake and Lake date of election was the last day away. Under the first Absent I! me to a debate and summarizing l 1 1r

nknown number of persons, Vero with his brother Lillie Red 'George as part of St. Johns river to pay the tax. Voter's Law, thin, could not be, '''your oft repeated general charges t
married to Miss and :New!' Rivers, in which have made against main ,
somewhere between 200 fine of and Carrabelle done. you I
ily I ]h Gainey was given a the loss
00. apparently were trapped $30 and costs In mayor's court dish, kind who is husband left to mourn and rear their Franklin county and the Suwan- COUNTY JUIKIIO'H COURT The new law, It was Dialed, my capacity as chairman of the. s d
a North as the forksof for the voterto State toad Department t
walls. They of nee river as makes it necessary
> the canyon morning on charge
n Monday the care
who children children the river forming the East and Judge Gardiner held an extra apply In person to the ('ollnly11uII"8 : I Due to the shortness of the tlme )
rj about 21 families carrying concealed weapons and of a loving father. They lived at and the Wacasassuriver session of his court Monday to allow I one else in bin, remaining in which I have to make ((1
I heir homes below the dam; additional, One of $15 and costs for West passes ; an no .
about seven years. guilty the
to plead to
Lawtey of defendants attend
as far North as the mouth tour 'home county, and arrange to cast ..my campaign/ and '
ig camps of about 73 emi resisting an officer. Gainey was, children are Mrs. Clara and receive 'I A\ u
The five Creek.". to offenses charged absentee's vote. Tlio new duties which I have toperform..
i of the Southern California arrested by Officer Thornton at an Cone Hazen, of Hawthorne, Clyde, Cow In view of the above stated their sentence. '|'law 1114 nisi placed a fifteen-day limitation |and also feeling! that no good purpose : IR

j company and a group ofb early hour Saturday morning after Mildred, Johnnie Ree and Ida Lea, facts the department of game and Will Brown, concealed weapons,, on such voting, that in, the, could be served In a joint

b'os at a power substation in he had been speeding about town one, baby boy died at the age ofeleven fresh water fish wishes to call to was given a flue of $100 and costsor voter who In to be away must cast. debate between us, I must respectfully t

nth of the deluge. Sheriffs for several hours with his horn months. Ills beloved mother the attention of the public that all six month on the gang; lie Ills vote within fifteen days of the, decline your challenge '

|B said there was no chance going full blast. When he was finally Mrs. I. W. Cone, of Sta'rke, Is fishing In the fresh waters of the started: serving his sentence Wed Itilpctlon, to restrict such privileges i Yours very truly, .

jupe tor the vast majority of cornered oy the officer and eighty-seven years old. Four state will be unlawful from March nesday. ''to those persons who spend enough I Ions A. Hathaway..

placed under arrest Gainey attempted brothers are I. L. and R. C. Cone 16th to May 16th. It will not only Ralph Splvey possession of Intoxicating of their time In Florida to at lens<: t tariton's

dam, a structure 183 feet to pull a pistol from hla of Gainesville; George Cone of i be unlawful tdkflsh\ far( all species liquor, paid his One of i be there long enough, to roiupb' \, The decision to decline Mr.i i a1s

(impounded the waters of SanliQulto pocket but had It taken away from Starke and Jessie Cone of Baldwin lot I fresh water lull, but also unlawful $ 125 and costs. I with the requirements of the i ; challenge to debate followed I

creek, forming: stor- him before it could be put to use, also three halt sisters. to fish for shad mullet, speckled Charlie Whltehead, possession' (statute, Mr Davis pointed out. a vlalt by Mr. Hathaway to

oily five miles long and the While he was being taken to theckupGainey The funeral was held at Crosby trout, red fish or other commonly of t Intoxicating liquor, was given aline ..its .riimiMt.nii... ....l".. liaiiitnnnrteril.._.....,..?. ..!--. SlltUT-- t

fridth of the canyon. ) attempted to pull Lake cemetery. Words of consolation called salt water flub! that of $100 and co ts. Fine paid. UAI.V IIOOST N'I'It11S I.day. He spent the day In Jacksonville +

V' five persons in the canyon the ofHccr's gun from the holster to the family. and friends_ were.. are found in the fresh waters of C. Ii. Gt'lton, possession of Intox-_ n__ IlKUItY: ._ 1'ONNIRiLI'I'11Plant ': : enroute to TullnhuRnen from a r !

known to have been rescued and only desisted when the officer spoken by Brother Moody tae the state Inasmuch as the law declares leafing/ liquor, wan aNSessed a 11110 -- tour of neveral( Houtli Florida '

[officers arrived at the scene.hl'oak. used his billy friend. DoWltt C. Jones, mortician all fish In the fresh watersof of $25 and costs. or three months.HAl'TIHT City. March 12.- New ,'counties.

[ which occurred about Tommy Lee Is being held In thecity walt in charge. The grave, which the state to bo fresh water fish hope and the possibility additional'of him- Commenting tuither upon his
with beautiful flowers that there deeds of t thousands of refusal to meet Mr Carlton In debate
unleashed the flood at high jail for trial Monday on a was covered This In the first year s to j
his boyhood of strawberries came March IRth. when,
hours it was; conduct.Joe is in sight; of been u uniform closed season quarts al Orlando
and In three of disorderly has )
charge P. Raymond, pastor. and the
Hev. Q. meets
for thirty ( HIllMhorouKh\ county road department
lived throughout lOnut state
he tho
[ >> the val- disorderly, forfeited home where fresh water fishing
than 20 miles down Williams, I on Sunday school) at 12 a. m. J. F.iKlckllter 1 winter strawberry center, interested, rUI/ann" and officials e
were 1
there great to: hear
hree bodies, all unidentified, bond. years. the state Heretofore substantial ,MC
supt. \ of rain In counties ot -
Cone arrival various
friends of Mr. In the state that had with the nt the 1 r
recovered.. Jackson, disorderly, bond The many 14 counties 127 present 124.1 Monday
Curtis Irreparable loss. Ha closed sea- Number enrolled quantities on the state in connection with consideration
( ('rosy workers were rushed sustain an special laws providing all attend each Sunday. I fading
forfeited i staunch Let us Where hopes were of department's budget ; M
a morning. n
i scene but their efforts were Frog Jackson, disorderly, $25 was a good always neighbor ready to do any 1 sona on fresh waer season flwhln Is provided: Morning worship at 11 a. m..1 I and strawberry plants weakening of work for the year, Mr. Hathaway ,S

led by the sheriff's officer aHe9g and 10 (days. friend, The closed "Following) Christ" Now of continued four r ,.
( and costs those In need, ready: ; of protecting freshwater subject I under the strain said that he hud spent
William Bright, in Sadie Parks, disorderly, bond 'thing divide to help with those less favored for the fish purpose during the spawning that weather Is warmer and Flor- dry weather, new life was Injticted, days of lat week In Tampa tmmeildlately ?

O' of the sheriff's recuae, forfeited. to good work, ida U putting on her spring glory, and prospects! for many more following tho issuance '
declared there would be lit- Brooker Albert disorderly, bond ready to further plaaant word and season. y we ought to praise God In devout quarts of berries brightened with ot Mr Ciirltou'H challenge. He declared G, I +

$o for relief work, as he felt forfeited.itiuiuis. ever leaving a pleasant word and ANNOUNCKH ", Ole. worship with our fellowmen. the downpour of rain. that he had been advised by

lIy all the inhabitants of the ever leaving a COUNTY CON: :\IINNION'R: : Evening' worship at 7:30 p. m. As a result offerings; were a little citizens of Tampa. that Mr. Carlton y
: : HKCU.VMNG:' : TO DOVEThe missed. Subject "Pardon and Justification. to the berry yard employing In ,;
|1ha.d pert>hed. late In coming |III and has been I i,1,
-'ht recruited between 500poo -week follow. T11H THIN" em.\Y LINK: The first candidate to announcefor ." Ps. 32:1.: Congregational_). yeHtorday, but prolonged for lheason. hit campaign for (governor the

) men and deputized them rains of last week, county commissioner is Mr. J. singing of gospel hymns. As the peak of the season mime vlrtuperutlvo methods which' ,,,

'serve order and search for ed L by warm days of this of At the last meeting of the Confederate L. Underhill whose announcement I II. Y. P. U. at 6:30.: All young turned because of the dry i he used in all political campaigns

> In, the stricken area. resulted In a heavy movement Veterans of this camp for re-election as commissionerfrom I people attend and help weatherlast week and decreasing ,, In which he lias been Interested ,

berries for this time of the year. only four responded to roll call, district three appears in this ; Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., prayer quantities of berries appeared, either directly In his own behalf, s a "

Ma Paula Calif., March 14.- From the two platforms at Starke the youngest over 80 years of age. issue. ; meeting. the price strengthened and held or In behalf of some other candidate 4 '

(petal recheck today cut tope and Lawtey nearly 5,000 quarts We can well remember when as I IIIWOImfoIellocUJ IXIUCI.SIHIlrooker ; ; : at 30 cents on Friday and Satur viz: In his race for the state t 4'
shipped by express and trucks fifty and sixty attended TKjH'I n KOAII rno.iicT; brought ralu, better 1916 against the late (
total of bodies already were many. as forty, I day. Monday I elate In
'red from the debris strewn to nearby points. Prices have i these monthly gatherings. Junior 'High School prospects for prolonged; pickings CharlPH H. Drown; In his race rl is t
$8.00 to $11.00 percrate ; meet The Columbia Construction of the average C. Gordon
ranged from number that now lowering Judge
Clara small and agalnxt
river valley, swept The taken will be held Wednesday a
line Company of Lake City has closing; program the quart. j and later i
32-quarts. the thin gray cents of Tampa
of rapidly to 28 fo r Mayor
how :
[yesterday by 12,000,000,0-00 tell: road 28 Thursday and Friday price Iof i
of week favor
the completion a \ al\lllu
what a story over reached Its peak O.
I S of water from" toe brokerantis KIIAND4) UItli>Gi'; OPENING: Is vanishing.to tell.But project from Starke to( the Union nights, Mar. 21, 22, and 23rd, at Having yesterday the movement held I agaiiiHt bin former Perry Well the late ;:

reservoir dam. they leave I line, on account of the fall- 3:00: o'clock sharp. ago week but mayor of
populated states i county well during the H Brown, tor 1
thinly Charles
daIs explained that last announced last week that A few Bradley Construction Wednesday-Primary and Intermediate fairly toward I l
It was the
wouldbe trained army or navy, no urn of showed a tendency to lower Tampa. ti
ft higher figures were ernsiy the Shands Bridge opening with no munition plants, took Company of St. Augustine to complete departments thereof.! The movement part asserted Mr,
( latter part "For my
arrived at as the reJf April 3rd. On accountof arsenal, no Norman Ives will Thursday nig Negro Minstrel, the to
held on against many times their'umber the work yesterday showed a slight Hathaway, "I da not propose ill
duplication at points whereof the fact that the first week in up arms who were supplied with[ have charge of the crews employed. 15 and 25c. I' over Saturday which 10-1 conduct a campaign of vllllflcatloa

the victims have been 'April is "Holy Week and very gen- accessories of war huge FrltfayIntermelllale (cont.) crease slightly below that of against stay one of tho honorable( ,'tJ

bled. erally observed la St. Johns coun- all the army, I and graduation exercises. I fallen 1"rl-1' have entered this ,
Of opening of the navy, a well disciplined Palmetto Contracts let for I II i .. ... day. gentlemen who ot I I'governor.
date edict
ty, the to the world from .. of cotton the last three nhlpplng; for the high
opened -Kntabllshment During campaign
An-ol-March;: ports road under re- Chlpley -
April work Rayihore ,
; 14AII' bridge will be held on largely I on of eight cars peaye I' making this race 1
were I am
their armies here nHiiired an average fjifpublic
., of the situation in the which Icent bond issue of $400,000. Y Kill .. days addition record ot ,
In own
notwithstanding maintained hauls of my
OK TAXCERTIFICATES remitted and yet wan on the "
Mr! 'kn aa the result of the 0,000OHTll and all I The volume many years and ,
REIREMEDAccording : in number movement. service of '
: the disparity to the expres-t
antis' dam break follows: the preparations for war this gray 'Clay Count Commissioners of berries ran about the ametoo. not on the demerits of any other .fl'r. ,
gable and not win on ,
bodies 05,000 could
this morning to the report issuedby lino carried on a stupendous ranging between candidate. It I '

'113I I bodies recovered and County Clerk Alderman, redeeming struggle for four long years, perhaps Location of Eight 70,000 quarts the day. my own merits, I would rather. note '
'> 600 In all Approve ;
still missing
\ persons of tax certificates for the most stupendous 1 iiArw7rlMKH: governor. __ ,''I
"Heved to have perished sold to state and individuals the legends of war. si-w: VANDALISMTT KIM1HM2Y" : II
'perty damage estimated at lands passed little while the last one Cut Off Jacksonville :
during the past two years. In a Mile to Bradford county will
10,000,000 to $30,000,000., $10,000 mark during- the wrtl answer to roll call and their Voters In ballot boxes windows- In the lake ;
the with new Several ?
affected area is 65 miles February. This rapid herois deeds will be but a memory. be supplle'd this M. Kellywere
of ballots Anna
month I their of Mrs.
beginning with the floor of redeeming of lands shows that -Ocala Banner. Green Cove Springs March 10. ney Farms, to a point on Black 110. which to cast being received at residence by rifle or pistol
San I Creek directly south of the rail a new lot It
Franclsqulto canyon,, Bradford county Is recovering of the tick Location of a new road. ,which Iyear Tuesday. They areof the week end of March,
i aftermath fire during
Inlet. courthouse
Is felt As an road station at Doctor's
half a mile wide at the depression will shorten the distance between and from Starke
light been waterproof boys
the has said by
site I from eradication work which This cut off will eliminate travel the new type, 3rd, it I I..*
and extending Into a through this section last year. In West I Penney Farms and Jacksonvilleby carry all records their time In doing '
pushed to spent
size who
J ally< widening valley about systematical rendered eight miles. It la said, was approved by way of Green Cove Springs of ample places. The they could on I
'lies enormous losses at 'the Florida, and which has I thereby saving about eight miles, used at the polling whatever damage i
before with the Board of County Hardly s
reaching the old ened cattle by ballots are house.
of the the
f was ready Northwest Florida free ( Is bellevea and will help to, opening In which this particular
the Santa Clara river andS moment when the crop States'Bureauof Commissioners at their meeting It slide which automatically without a report of '1 ,
the United No. has a month passes
the traffic on highway placed
peat lighten
Into the Pacific. far picking. shown last Monday. and cannot property at this ht
has a closed to
ne city policemen, American [ Animal Industry This highway will also 3 as it will join with the old road( ; locks the damage of the
officials declared a Sheriffs cooperate with the new opened without resort and efforts of some V1
side again
and valley residents disposition to which run around the west be
ninary members benefit. It is believed Keystone will be to secure
examination Indlcat- Legion Sanitary all keys lake property
Livestock and of
'e break had been caused as were searching through the Florida State. making f)1il.nSto ](eights, Starke, Gainesville Ocala of Doctor's Lake.A use of a key of authorized perens. owners at the hands ot the 1 ; ''f
Is now hands protection
and the county commissioners the
of slit for bodiesof Board cities and towns( lying month ago In ,
suit tons and other and has proven
of debris and bred the name official
an earth movement send a carload of pure at the request of residents Each box has Clay county
we external the victims. Tennessee west, and south of Clay county on to which i itwill reward for evidence to
force. A
Passing formed to beef type bulls of Penney Farms and other number of the lI elesll. of
fista and valley residents Pack trains were Virginias, and these bulls its western border. western side of the be allotted.MARRIAGES. convict the culprits guilty
the In the
the quagmire and While this is not part of the sections \ will be
ed out of this dwelling d f
the I
seeping around the but- move .bodies and other will be purchased by open Ocala-Jacksotvllle state county., appointed a committee to shooting Into
|IIIlght have been the cause. where automobiles range cattlemen of Gacambla,. will servo almost select the most desirable route as paid. jl
failed. road No. 88 It --
'ons who escaped being ana methods of transportation Holmes, Calhoun, Gulf and other to the majorityof a short cut. Thelma pone, OK-THANKS 1
I the bottom and valley an equal purpose O. E. Edwards and CARD .. -
counties.Tarpon i
The canyon Inlet-Pen-
racing waters were Florida Doctor's
West In the west- The present County
of the residents lying married by
he of all signs [ Raifard were
clear (of
most uDlnJ red. There were swept until the noy Farms short route was pre Satrday. thank the people: ,
several miles. la Springs-Tlerra, del Largo era side of the county, Judge Gardiner at his office We wish to
r"9 demand for relief work civilization for the commissioners, as daring
is built in three or Hinted to kindly helped as
establishing state highway
iedfcfneee( the silt deposit, which in some Cigar Company tie, most desirable and the corn \I who so death of oar beloved
remainedthe manufacturing plant in ..five years.The Ralph Krgla and Clara Cannon I the illness and \
as laid deep, large cigar
[ aid 30 feet the proposed
of the state would was oners ordered husband.
cases will from PolIng 'MIn and -
Legion new road run united In marriage father '
needed. bodies of the victims Panama City-American L located for of t Lochlooaa. were, P(
staked out and family.
'nge .uncounted and other here plans erection of assembly Avenue which has been re- 'a by the Judge on Thursday, Mrs. J. H, Cone and
growers of the it rick- houses, livestock clubhouse. centlypaved by the> town of Pen- "Fare construction.
M' ct said they were threat- ruins. : hall and large


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4, Editor-in-Chief __ ____________ __ WILLIAM DUNCAN one! I J:1"e.; 192728 byI i Hetlbronn children) ,"f,. \\d">
: Tontmie-Mighty corelss fish, 1 Mr. and Mr >
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t4 t Associate Editor JOSEPH M ALP ASSporU served him right biting your boo!:. ".'
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I 41 Editor -____________________ HLMBR McMILLAN Mrs. White-Take this sentence L.111'--'. .- '- '- --- "- -"- .. visitors to the \ \v i i.'i" '
Mr. and Mrs.
1 s.
r Joke Eldtor ___________ ._______ JUNIOR UcOONELL Take the cow out of the lot; what Copy ht 1927. by Hoyte., Jr. visitors! to Mr. and '"*
H' 1 -' .. _- .mood?" I noon. In1 '
Louis H.-The eow. ARTICL.E. So 20
3 : It.TH W.UXOI KOl'H 80-S above fort Stanwlx in August,, George A.r'W L. Johnxoii) '3
AS TOVKNKV OPKJTH; 1777. In February 1778 this Nolan-Suppose the visitors ask How many player realize the importance tVebfem No. 21 Sunday here wort- \ 11-1
; of sizing up a hand carefullybefore :: Hearts -8. 3 Mr*. I: .
flog received from the French me to sine? they play to the first trick?Many Thursday here Miss
Th(- second annual Inter-clasg l Clubs 1 K, 7,3 Sarah,
1 fleet the first salute given the Elmer-Why sing of course. It'll i game and rubber that now [is lost Dismcads-'AJ,9S,2 father D. B. u i "'"!
hl1 l k"Ib/\1I tournament got underway .! be their own Tault. would result if '
.., Stars and Stripe by a foreign na- j very differently more Spades r-Q.5/ Mr. and Mrs. r Mrs. \IJ v *.
? Tuesday morning. a* the {bought were devoted to the play of rr
; Ho 1 1 lit and Rats open ct the action.th tion. Settlor And what will you do the first one or two tricks. Here [is a Jacksonville !r Mr.M.l. .r i '
1A In 1794 I Y I with relatives.Mr. Elol-, "
Congress ordered that ood
: ? Hats baring/ little difficulty I In my little girl, when yon are gg exampisgftbelmportanceof figurnjr tA B
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trouncing, the outclassed sophomore after May I, 179, the flag should big as your mother out the proper. play at the tint : zIIcazisA'J t and Mrs. Bimt-. :-'- "
fIve 20-2. bear fifteen stripes, alternate, red Fr.ahman-The daily dosen. rick: Lawtey, were Mr.andu: ,

TKj" game a. a whole, wan rather and white and that there rtould Rearta-9 1. 2 10 day. :M'' "

>!HOW.! Except for the final period be fifteen white stars on the blue Joe-t don't we how a watch D."L,A 9fleartsA..L4 Clubs -A, 6. 4 V Mr. and and ''J It.l|

when the Rats opened up. to field. This was done BO that Vermont can keep accurate time. Sp dIw ., .J, 9. 2 Diamonds-Q, 10. J of Hampton I the ;s;; "i

64; wore 10 points: all many a* they and Kentucky which bad Melvln-Why not? '" .. Spades- K.J.9,6 |with Mr. .

had made the first three period, been recently added to the union, Joe-Time flies, but a' watch t Y I N'o score, rubber game. Z dealt, bid ore Norman. The-Chi.-f- -
,, th..re< < waR very little at tract I re might be represented In the national -. only runs. t A B : no-trump and all passed. A opened the Colonel :
1 play exhibited. The Sophs had a I banner. In 1818 Congress t Z : six of hearts B played doe king and Z was a visitor Demo !

woefully) week defense and theiroff" passed an act providing for the I Miss Jackson::What Is the plural :. won the trick with the ace How should >lr. and Mrs. there .p.m'> I t. t
addition of I Z plan the play of the Larrl? on part :
<'!'-'' was not much better as the, one star to the flag tertained a :'
| for ?
I sugar Clubs A 10 6 5
5 <
Bi-nrf( T Indicated. The Rat chow whenever a new state should be Paul-Lamps. Answer to Problem No. 20 ple at their
: admitted to the DiallOnd.Q, 0,4', of the Odd! ( .1! Mt-n.i of possessing a dangerous union, and that ,I Spades- KS ning, Feb.
outfit hut didn't seem to let them. henceforth the number of horizontal Y being the they ha-, :
4 \ CarIJI.a", Prof. Bowling No so;we, rubber Z dealt, bit! one : : of wiiin: :
,*..1\| ,. out aa much aa the npecta' stripes should be but thlr how long could I live without game. : A B : niversary of -
; I teen. It decided no-trump and all passed. A opened the Chief is f. :
won that each Z
: t'rM dPltlred. : : Games were
brains? five of
hearts played the king and Z '
ti In the first quarter Moore star should be added on the fourthof JProl.-That remains to be seen. won the trick with the ace. At this pointZ 1 cake i and (" Is for Kloi-i,
<>rin k rate center was the whole I July following the admission should stop and think over carefully J iiearts-Q Mesdames time.- .\ ;I'' .'

.' dhow. tossing In three point' and of the state. At that time the character Ruth Why It is crows don't what plan of play he should adopt. lie Clubs-Q. J, 7,6,4 James Canal r..i.. ,
;: fxhihitfng a scrappy floor game. of the flag was fixed once ? has two live-card suits to play for, Diamonds7 home at
s. I unit: Ins the sperdy guard dropped' and for all and stars have been crow clubs and diamonds, so must decide Spades 0,10,8,5,4,2 spending run.I(

.L> mi") one In this period as he added from time to time until the Elizabeth-Oh, just cause ICu ,which one to select. If he plays for the I No score, ..rulibcrame./ Z dealt and his brother D. 1. and asph. I'

: did nlno In the quite uneventful number Is now forty-eight. The< ppose. ,diamond suit and finds the king of passed. A passed Y bid one diamond j Leon .Norman
) in B's hand 15 will
I. : :.. --.nd.. quarter. Glenn McMillan thirteen red and white stripes i his playieartstiu'ough and U bid one no-trump. Z bid two i ,were vi.'itlng
% David Can you explain wireless i jack,fpades through spades, A passed Y bid three diamonds '
tin-. Hal; high-point forward the two outer ones red- ymb2o his
and ville
open- i telegraphy? Icing, thus prevent Z from going and U doubled.: Z now bid three spades Friday
tf ? Mid ills scoring with a free shot Use l the original states that wot; j game. On the other hand. if Z dc- I' Miss Ruby
Well If A
Leo- you bad a long : (fa very bad bid by the way). passed
placing the score at 8-0 at the American Independence. dog stretched from Jacksonville\ ci'K-s/ to play for the club suit, he can Y bid four hearts and O doubled. What II>,f relatives in
H'j winning the first club trick in
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half.Th" to Miami and stepped on his tall should Z do now? (:'ity this week. ,
HMVDNTIl: : (m.UB N'KM'H! Y's hand with the king"then finessing(;
Sophs fought barlr the -- i In Jacksonville' he would bark In the: jock through B's hand. If A shouldwin In view of Y's bid and rcbjd of the : Mr. and Mrs. I IIlther.
*.' foJ"'witHperlnd\ find gave their"Icsi The Seventh grade bait decidedto Miami. That's telegraphy and this trick he is thus obliged to I lead diamonds, Z should bid i Ci t I). ) I I
41' : r Mowing of the game. C'olson: buy with the money in the wireless Is the same thing only' up I to Z's jack of hearts or king of The heart suit looks five'dwmonda'j e,mid In Webster I
guard landed an unexpected two- spades. cards while the diamond suit should be e nd Mrs. R.
without the dog.
poinit-r by a neat over-hand try, treasury, hooks for the library.We e In either event Z must make his contract one of seven or more. A bid of four I Mrs. D. L.

i'ii*: for the Sophs lone score. Then, have been practicing a play Freshman (Bothered by Sopho- J: and he still has the same opportunity spades or five clubs of course is out of er, Miss Debbie I
nine! forward, Lewis brought yells ailed "That Awful Letter..e : to finesse diamonds. This hand the question. It is a case of taking a loss I tl..
from the sidelines his are expecting tp give it Monday more)-Leave me alone, or I'llhit in i a fine illustration of the value of sizing on either a four heart or five diamond 0>f relatives at j Are YouOverdoing
by swift
and intend to ask the sixth grade you with this dictionary, and l up your hand at the first trick. bid, but the latter will undoubtedly be Misses! Myrtle \ t
work and only his frequent hard 10 be our guests. D_'"., .P..Ii.... n'__ hn.._.r,1.. w.r,1a n_.__. 1'Icre is another hand of the same type. the lesser of two evils. In the actual r--.;Gorman !
I lurk In goal shooting kept the We hope all our boy 'and girls Think I it over and compare your an- hand the contract was defeated 600 1 tome t of J. E.
& Hoph'H HCore down. Monk Dltikfm. i of the of the hand at four hearts while at five diamonds 'In
who have been sick will Little Boy-Look, ma, the clr- llyaia proper phy points ivenlng the Thr-.v, a Hti
.. displayed)! a 1 bit: of the .tulth" anti come bacta/ .because, hurry their C us Is. coming to town, there's onef with that which wi'l be given in the Y-Z would! have lost only 300 Rev. D. L. on t.:, Kidm
i IH noted for this period his next article.! points-quite a difference. ittended
the clowns.
enks make\ us feel lonesome i VERWORL:' lit:
: >upc''dy work breaking up many Ma-That's not a j >H iuh tlireotH. Overstreets. guard
t'ls-ii'd' the oijljr >score of th$ vlc- Teacher-Thank you Florence 'aul Knight. leartl-5ClubsA .G4....... our kidne J t
ror' helping m. to fix those cards. a : J up. impui
10. S.
ti.i Hint
Last trad-
period. Friday the
I > Sophmores and are ,pi: In k
Tlic Il machine got Into action Florence-You are quite welcome B d home-rooms with the Juniors Spadcs5,4Zfearts4 Diamonds- nom : NEW and achy. [fft.
4 my little lady. Miss KMHle and '"'
(h" loncludlng quarter flashing Jfcart 6ClubsJ.B 0' u
a nd Seniors. The former Sopho- -

"f4) ugh stuff to cause the Juniors Teacher-'Ynncy-do you need y lore room, In which Miss :Myrwln : Y : Clubs-Q, 9. 7,6Diempads ............. secretions.warn. i
4314 unit :Senior to see signs of trouble -5, 4 t A B : Diamonds- 10, 8
aluad. M. Williams and T. Wil- any help .on your map. j ackson's classes wire held has Spades-J. 9 : Z : Spades none | New River" Docrm'sPiTh K.I
Yancey --No Ma'am, I haven't diuretic i., ;ar:
il.iniH wore moving cogs In the tore blackboards than tltose in Andrews who Is kidneys and T-
.,.. the court while O. MeBr made any mistakes yet becauseI lIearts-Q, 3 School In
of Starke
( ,cut. ,
fi ,. haven't started. 'hat was Mrs. White's room. Cluha-K impui c a-"
r' r Mlllun got inc ere on toe UWVHKI end at home. everywlu atC
Diamonds K
where the Juniors and Seniorskept
I to piii! up (fI I points. Moore and T. IHHTII:; ; (IU.\DK; M\V; Spades- 10,8S Nra.J., J...

_j_ ; T "Willium added 4 more to wind their textbooks. Mrs. Whlte'i .rf.,_,....".,a...'.".U..U"'I.__.om._. .'71... ,.. .I... .1.IU".L..I..........II.......... ._......V'&-"'7 ...,1...._D.?"_..r... .1.IU""., oo__y".".ft," .U_...t...._ PILLS'r[ 'J PILl We
: thfi score up 18 points ahead of On Thursday morning we were clasHes were of a nature which required ."gnin" "nv Mrnttf? Solution in the next article. .1 Malaria In
tin'-. ] upponents. entertained by two members of more blackboard space 'IULANT b.. :>
Wednosday the nil Important the 90 Plus Club. Miss Eloise GROVE'S .' Co M ill M
; than dl Junior-Hat game was ployed, the Hitch rend "Columbus" by Jon- therefore necessary. OF germs in the
I nmult having much to do with the qulii Miller and Miss Georgianna the
C impurities. It ..
; k 11 at'" Htundlng.> Friday the Sen- Tender: real "A Vagabond Song"by Last Thursday Uey.: G. A. Ray TAXES MOTOR VF.fflfT PS J I and Vitality by / .

,I ; 11.w"rfJ I seen first against! the lilies Carman.On mond led in the chapel exercise. y -- -- -_......_.- healthy blood ""I C .. ..,
:.soph'i und Monday they ,met the Friday morning at our usual and also gave an Interesting talk. syStem: Dg"ln"t. I LJUUSURVEYING

IlalM In another Import nut clatih.D assembly Kllzabeth: Wllliamalook Thin was what he atyled a "pick- Jacksonville March?.-Believing of Directors of the Chamber In discussing ,-I feel its-gtre ith ;;i
4, ;, .;, I)< (mix nf those gum cm will be i>u foil ( charge of the program. We up" talk discussing various sub ting Effect. It
readjustment of the taxation the situation before Incorporating the Cheeks
hi-d, In the next IHBUO. The last had three interesting talkson the students -
k, very jects of Interest among/! policies of the state
I as they relate 'I Appetite
two names are the JuniorSophsni" lllrds. Victor Thomas talked on lie brought up the valueof to motor vehicles is reference to It ln It,: Oratl:

II >'f 'Wednesday and what may t the: Dlackblrd; Loulst Edwards Bible study showing, its usefulness Florida State necessary the program\ for the year that It had closed A package, of ..' <
Chamber of with
lc< thn deciding game of the tour- talked on the Jungle Fowls; Beverly to young people. The talk has Included Commerce beeu brought about piecemeal by II TASTELESS every CHILL age Syt-:' m-!;

I J1"j.> that of tho Senior and Juniors Cady talked on the Flipper. was closed by a short but beautiful a provision to piling the who wUh to take s .. Accura'LWork
this effect in its program of activities upon automobile one tax with the Tonic.
( ( : on Friday. poem, "The Treos." for 1928.:) -- ,
TllwTjAH after
j -. IIAO --S i another while the motorists I H. E. Lagergren
'4, 'fin: lX1'J'IU: ; 1'1'\(1-:1: >4 n.\G The High School auditorium has I During the calendar year of unorganized could do nothIng I
An ofllclnl account eliewhere. 1926 the state's revenue from all l-
an been used the past week for practices -i to prevent it. One example II /1 Starke 1a.
(Fly: Ila Bponlioltz 8th grade.) on this page states the Juniors and of the "Flapper (Grandmoth 'soiircea: was slightly more than cited I i -
36000000.; The automobile to the hoard was that of a
The >tory of the national emblem Seniors traded rooms with the A number of students have 11- S I! '
(\ of the American people begin Sophs last week. We say traded er. musical comedy. cense tax and the gasoline tax produced concern operating passenger buses -

: \ with the stormy days of tho but from the excitement and general parts In the local. 18191954. How much In a South Florida city. The company For seven ;

) / Uevolutlonary War. During the rumpus created It would be Work is progressing rapidly on more motorists paid In other taxes meets six distinct taxes upon Household Remedy ;;; tiCA5 '

first few months of the struggle better to say won and lout. As we the romance. "The Gypsy Hover" and fees no one knows but the license its busses and pays for these more ney liver end bowel &

I/I/ f beverul different local flags were see It, they won; change of climate which wll! probably be shown by and gasoline taxes alone than 25 percent of its gross revenue make life brighter for : and a Full Lund

carried by the soldiers. At the .and scene. broadens 'he the last week In :March. Acts 1 produced within $30,000 of one- I although the cars do not operate women. Begin

; battle of Concord In 1775 a standard mind. Lots ot students In boih and 2 have been thoroughly prac- half of the State's entire incomefor outside of the corporate limIts notice vanish.how At all quickly Undertakers' Suppill!

______ I I wax raised which bore, In Latin classes need to have their mind ticed by the large cast. that year. of the municipality : BlABS!
I : the motto, "Conquer or Die"and broadened. Then too the Jun- S The state's Income from all No definite program has yet AUTOMOBILE

at Hunkers Hill the same year iors are set oft In a sort of hole- M IS111.t libli: K.XPKDIKXT: ; tiources during the calendar year been adopted by the chamber but \ .a ...... n. bu1...
the pine-tree flag of the New England -'In.the.wall. away from the maddening of 1927 was 38629490. Of this one of the changes which probablywill V ; tlae I..t prl_ II.I'

L 4 colonies Inspired the American crowd where they can sleep The Reverend Sidney J, Catts amount the license and gas taxes be given serious considerationwill tentlo.DGIST.KED t. t.ltpb j\DA.; ....

: troops. On January 2, 1776 In peace. The Sophomores are Is hearing from press pulpit and produced 18073850. The gas be that of abolishing the license -- '

t,.., 3* U Washington ruined over the American nearer the Htalr-atepa when a bit public on his present attitude of tax prior to July 1 was four cents tax on pleasure and privatecars DEWITT C joNSTAIIKE

camp at Cambridge the first f cleaning: out IH necessary. receptivity ,toward the advocates a gallon but an additional tax of and the substitution of a flat PIL FLA
V ensign of the United Colonies.: '- ot law violation in the Statel His one cent per gallon for the benefitof registration fee of two or three
_ known us tho Grand Union Flag of The tournament will be off witha endorsement of "local option" the schools became effective on dollars annually regardless of the Get

1776 on Its blue field were combined bang by the time this writing Is whereby each county could decide that date. This extra tax incidentally type or weight of the car a prac- ntMd Iturtmtt beer,<"'' r :

the crosses of Saint Andrew, made public At present, rainy for itself whether it desired race produced $1,136.887 be- tice long ago adopted by several of (.'....,PII.. if.it.',' .
.. ; and Saint George symbolizing the weather delays the opening game track betting and other forms of tween July 1 and December 31.. the states. It was pointed out that | r? or In ton .
1' union of Scotland and Knitland, but at leant one and likely three gambling and law evasion la evok- The license and gas taxes In In the recent decision of the Illinois -
I and it bore thtrteeen: alternuto red games will have hern played by ing stinging comments from those 1926 amounted to $"'.50 per car Supreme Court which held it with Flow

i : r and white stripes. The king's colors the time you don't rend this. This quarters where the Reverend Sid- I In Florida, the highest cost In the the Illinois gas tax unconstltutlon- For A J

on tho blue field showed that Is. a sport (column as much aa it ney has heretofore been held In United States. Only ten of the al, the court declared a license! j Flowers

_ _ the colonies acknowledged the Is anything, so we see fit to do a more or lens esteem. states and the District ot Columbia (ax and a gasoline tax was-double For Occasiofl3Gertrude
: uoverelgnty of Great Ilritlnn and little doping, here. Last Sunday Dr.G. J. Rousseau, collected &a much as $30 per taxation and that therefore the

______________ It i the stripes reprexented tho thirteen pastor of the First Baptist church, car from these sources of revenue gas tax was Invalid. No consideration Grip, -
t colonies. We are Juniors we'll admit and PenHucola had this to say in his during the year and only three an whatever Is accorded by the Godb1Anderson

I After the adoption of the Declaration you expect us to want the Juniorsto sermon: much as $40, Florida motorists license tax law to the age of a enza

_. ot Independence In 1776, takp the title. However: we No man who Is Insincere with only 401,000 cars registered motor car. The average pleasur

- it was felt that a national emblem also believe they will. From an ('algfot anywhere. A candidate contributed In license and gas taxes car of $1,000 value will weIgh I and aa a

,; of union and Independence should outsiders standpoint, .ihey can't for Governor Is now during the year a sum exceededby about 3,000 pounds. The license Provontlvorlaxative aMftfi
be chOHi'ii and on June M', 1777 help but look the strongest.: Kvery camouflaging the gamblers Issue the collections of only five tax the day it Is purchased will 39

the following resolution was here man on the team were mom- in Florida under a smokescreen states In the Union. Each of the be $16. Immediately after 'belng f Take : ,
-_ I adopted in Congress: of the Tornadoes and most ot county home rule. I states which collected from these driven from the place of purchaseit
ot them
"Unsolved that the flag of the first strIngers The Seniors Miserable expedient to fool I socrces an aggregate greater than decreases twenty percent in val-

Thlrteeen United States shall be have four first team players the people and pander to the that derived by Florida has from ue and thereafter deteriorates as I

'. thirteen striken, ..alternate red and ed also, but one position must be fill- vices of the ungodly! 1,050.000 to 1,810.000 cars regIs- far as> the value la concerned two \

t white and that tli> Union be thirteen by an eligible: eight grade boy. It is a sorry spectacle that Is I tered. In addition to the multi- percent per month. After a per-

white stars on a blue field." That will likely weaken their attack presented by a candidate for high plicity of taxes with which must iod of forty months Its value is flu in colds, g

C In bin resolution were born the considerably The Hats'will office In Florida-playing the 1 be borne since the Supreme Court nothing but the owner it he con-

national stars' and stripes. The their put up a spirited fight and only church element and the gambling ]has held constitutional a levy on tinues to operate it must pay the flu take

flag then adopted had a circle of lack of height In men forces. element at the same time-.talking I automobile tires 'voted by the legislature usual $16 license tax in additionto

_ _ .11 F thirteen stars on a blue field. The us to predict that they will finishno law enforcement, prohibition I of 1927. the usual ad valorem property Long .oriou. Illnem
story has come down that Mrs. higher than third place. At righteousness, religion to one The general opinion of the Hoard tax. often follow ColJii, :

_ Betsy HOBS, flag maker, residing: that we wouldn't be surprised If crowd and "local option." nullification Guard your health

_ : at 239 Arch street, Philadelphia Sophs they turn In a few upsets. The horse racing and legalizedvice 11IIII--" ....__,.,... _""..,". ."" _... _...' '___" _...._ Price The 30c.box beat tI Li;

? 4" l made the first flag and suggested unfortunately have very to another.
_ weak HAROLD
material C
and despite the WALL ; G.Y
that the stars be five-pointed. fight and Are Floridians, by dividing their ;:
John Fiske the: historian, says grit they put forth, we votes among hopeless candidates Proven
4.dqr that the first American flag with don't see how they can get very going to run the risk of having INSURANCE Merit MACIC juG'
_____ ') stars and stripes that wa ever far. In case coming events give that kind of go"ernor1-Tampa TISADC
the reader
cause to be
__ 11 oat 3d to the breeze wall one hastily amused at Tribune. FOR rout
us for this bit 8TAUKE FLORIDA
of ,
made out of a white shirt and (chat kindly accept Relieve
4' 'old blue Jacket and some stripes our title as an, opology before An exchange speaking of Hathaway Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies ed tongue the, dark

the drawing conclusions. and Canton referred to the and constipation.
; red cloth from- petticoat of
bugaatorlal campaign.'' Mudslinging FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE. AUTOMOBILE, BOND,' LIABILITY the liver rell'lIl4Lte the c"
i a soldier's wife. This crude em. Oraeevllle.-.Boys' pig club you feet fine. comP1ct
J recently I has started already.-. AIM MITCHELL'S *
Jilem of a new nation was raised I organized here. tTSTKEWTS MAI R PROMPTLYBmflllffis1'l1lf'l '
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I I'l- pall tae whether hi- intends to .\(' I '.in- e ""I'k"I'i i nnd all the money exlieniiod r
,New Florida in Short Paragraphs I I *"otei J HAMPTON J l by the county board only! would not appeal' to many office( I
i e Minn Ad. Mm mo. Con ee "Washington; March 3. As n result ,ifli-r, such aI'purl should have
''. C I seekers: and would I be effective In
; 1 .illahasueeA gasoline tax i iJ e ..........4'.NN..... of the amendment today icon l made It would be well to .
few The reason la "ro. ds..
Controversy haa risen between 11'rate adopted the agricultural appropriation have a meeting and perhaps sev-
J Hampton Match: IlIIr. and balfder
Hathaway In road, that
oral meeting! of the county coin ;
j ive State NewsTOlD I of Florida and the United Mrs: !! W, (5. Seals of Jacksonville, l, bill Increasing the federalgovernment's mihsloiiera, the board ot educationand Is his first bUBliifti Politics must '

States government which may were the guests of Mr and Mrs co-operotltive fund the city cnutu'IN ot the coun Walt Ho may slight\ politicalfence !

need settlement in the United I A. A. lurdell this week. for promoting the specialised ty and have at that meeting or building to bin own hurt, but I
States supreme court. Attorney work of Bounty agents and home meetings some welfare worker; who ever knew of liim slighting.. ,
General Fred H Davis 11. H. Loflln of Jacksonville, In
announced demonstration activities from $1,- from Gainesville and Jacksonville roads.-Holmes County Adver-
BY OUR EXCHANGES today. The state and government visiting friends and relatives here 200.000 to $1.680.000, the state of who have offered their services tiser. .

.1 are in dispute over claims of the this week, Florida will get three additional and whose advice would be of i
latter for exemption In the payment Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kammerer,> county agents and three white and Tampa "Life," a new newspaper tj
______ great assistance to us.
__- n '
-' In the big town of South
of the Jones and venture :
five-cent and Marlon
tax on (I.s Misses May one colored demonstration ngtmta. Something ought to be dono to
,v now theatre I Is pinnacle of the new county and I levied by the state for good road M. C. Sweeney wen shopping In In mottt cases these agents are meet our present condition for Florida Is not a supporter of "

in] i sty, costing I1PI municipal building, twenty-seven purposed and the comptroller general Jacksonville this week. appointed by the county court in I now HOIUO such as the druggists Hathaway for Governor. Indeed V''i'
1',000. It will stories at Washington; IB demanding Mr. S. M Simmons and family each county, CoinplalntH han been and merchants mid Life tries to bo fair to al candidates
I hlgli, HUll
was shrouded i
l .aparity of 1,260 -in that gasoline be sold to govern of Sparr, were the guests ot Mrs. made that unions the congress in-s;i-ourthousa officials are really forced i and not take sides for any e; ,

r I ,'d to the Publlx- mist oo meat agencies minus the tax. Mr. Simmons' parent. Mr. and Mrs. oreased the government's npproprlatlun tr give more than their share- but a leaning toward Carlton la i
Davis said.Daytona. P. B Hunt last Sunday. the work being carried seen in Its columns in spite of )'
,', -,tContract for and often wonder it their gifts .
let to a Day- 1\Ilaml-A negro woman preacher S oo oo U. \VlglgU8 of Starke was a on In several counties of the used. this. As we started to nay, Tampa -

>n,mtractor.was was shot .to death and a negroman Beach-The Daytona business visitor here last Wednes' Interested states would not only be are It wisely would be far better for thorn Life concedes In Its latest issue r '. '

.. oo oo was fatally beaten here Friday Beach Morning Times will tart t a day. delayed but seriously purtalled.t'Ol'.NTY to; make a largo\ contribution once that the present voting .
before war on the price of gasoline of Usova Miss Lois Delkrof Jacksonville, -- I ttrentcth of tho three leading! candidates i
jtonday police and deputies welfare fund + ,
to d
This city per year a county t
t WJ.I.I"\HIoJ: II: > for Governor Is something ,
this week It was announcedby the week-end with her father. -
unioat unprecedent- armed with sawed off shotguns spent and then! know 'I that tho poor are .
"n II. C. Spnrkman publisher and H. A. Delk.. like this: Hathaway. 70.000; ,
hall stones as'nil could quell a disturbance arisingout )"9ng honestly looked after by a
showered of a church dispute. Maxwell editor of the newspaper. The cur- Mrs. J. L, NImmo of Sap Diego, "The poor ye have with you al- welfare worker and a Cults, 35.000 ; Carlton 35,000 ; lj
eKKS:! ... ways" Is true today In Ilrudford competent but points out that Johns S. Taylor ,
of aunt
streets for several Cook entered the church with several r pt retail price of gasoline here Calif.. Is the guest her judicious\ rfnnl of public welfare
county, As any county advances of Lfr" other negroes. All fired at now Is 24 rents n K.I Hon. Mr. Miss Ada N'lmmo. O. P. Raymond
pavements were
a ""PtIncest Laura who Sparkman said the Times filling Rev. 1<'. M. Taylor, pastor of the In civilization tho poor are inure a with and may materially change
o dl itrulns! sent to Kpfey occupied filled and more carefully assisted. It Is i lie face ot the two loading candidates r tit ,
done the pulpit. She fell fatally station would retail the product at Baptist church\ at Lochloosa Fona Ilathawny'B recent visit
damage was here now ref'ognlzed list the poor liars characteristic lend before the primary In 1
wounded. The 20 cents.' "My sole object ht-open his regular appointment I through West Florida
,md crops la the vi- swarmed the congregation log the station here" he said !_.-.* Gnrwliiw, ivwirnlni ti +mill t oven..n g. their HalttH and should ba provided of the mnn Any ono who Juno We believe that Life has 9r
on woman's assail '
'ported Sn ants. All but Cook He "This city is at a disadvantage .M"n;: ; ;;: Hunt, ; have with tho necessities ot lifeLong thinks that he did not spend weeks well summed up the situation and '
oo escaped.
oo with other nearby duos because recently been transmltng( business ago Isaiah pronounced a woe Instead of days on the trip hud will with the rest of Florida, 'y

,+iffle was resumed walt that so he severely died before beaten and stoned of the higher price of gas here In GalnesvHle. upon that nation that should rob devote the spare time to politics await developments with Interest,
officers arriv-
the At-
u i ineaday over the weak of their rights and defraud he did not (leepporUntily especially as regards tho candidacy -
ed. I know It can be sold for less and Mrs. Edwin Prevail, was Bhop- simply) because i
,, i bins railway, follow. of their dU811 of !Mr. Taylor, of Largo.Mooro .--
the poor not know how
oo at a profit, and once that in proved ping; In Starke last Saturday. \ or did
;n,'in of thirteen cars beach the object of the Times will Miss Wilma Alexander entertained The most efficient May to meet to avail himself of It, does not II n- I Haven lIt'<\Uocrnt.
I 11 near Crescent City. -Uobert CondIt, have been attained." the Sewing Circle last our reHponslblllty In this county I In
has not young Ohio inventor who announced '
derailment oo oo S oo Tuesday afternoon. At the clot s t 10 follow the example of neighboring
s I d:i here, but it is stated several months ago he would counties and organize a count.hoard .
Tallahassee--The law does not of a very interesting; and pleasant
left the attempt to reach Venus in an invention YClJVloney
hound freight ot PublicVeltare to cooperate We Save
? not permit any candidate for county hours delicious fudge and punchwas
of his has decidedto
r 'lit> the Crescent City own or mate of Hoe.8 to distribute served.! with the State Hoard ot

t' n the cars rolling into postpone the flight until late ciKiira In the interest of his or liesandidaey Ilev. F M. Lewis! preached at 1'nblieVeltare, and employ a '

summer Failure of his original General Fred church last Sunday county welfare worker who will
Attoiney First Ilaptlut
d financial backers to aid him in
oo oo II. Davis has advised a certain aspirant morning and evening. bo able to devote all of her time and Serve
'leading guilty to con- completing his machine was the for the office of sheriff. The Mrs, W. It. Hart of Starke visited to this work.

Bf .,)urt, C. E. Parnell pause of the postponment, CondIt candidate sent the attorney general Miss Wilma Alexander andMiss In Alnchuii county their welfare

tm Brand! juror was sense said In order to make the flight a rough drawing of a cigar :, ) Natalie Mar<'1onny thU week. board Is united In one olllca) with
!I( days In jail and Jeff with the maximum safety, h e society There, are '
wrapped he proposed to have made Mr. and !Mrs. Wllkersou ot Tam the Hell Cross
id Kingsley Fink alleged would have to leave the earth no for the somewhat well-known 'pa. were the guests ot Mr. and two funds now being used for the You Bci 'e1t 4te

Di) a downtown gambling later than Saturday, but the proJectile election cigar1' which he plannedto Mrs. W. 0, Dennett last Wednes relief of needy eases In our county, e

pay fines of $1,000 each is not yet completed give away. Smokers of FlorIda poor fund and the mother's/ pension
oo oo oo
te allegation that ParnellI are "protected." the attorney day.On March' the 23. there will be fund! These funds are provided lPiresfofle ,
I the other two induced Jacksonville E. Hughes, general said by a state law which a chicken supper served at the by lynxes but are not Uiin
give them Information 25 of Grafton W. Va., Is reported permits such advertising In newspapers city hall under the auspices of dent to meet all ('I1S".. Si> the

.md lury obligations. Four recovering of Injuries received and the campaign book. Hampton Masonic lodge; No. 129. general public, churches and societies i''H'
edges were on the bench Saturday night when he was attacked .. Everybody Is cordially Invitedto are constantly contributing MI
cred the decision. : robbed and left bound and the the additional' relief of needy
St. Augustine; be present enjoy a good supper to GUM-DIPFED\ TIRES
.. oo oo oo gagged on a railroad track to be arc giving much more
belief that she truck driver employed and help a good cause.REILBRONN rases.
o- -Mrs. Palsey Lawrence crushed to death by a passing lo- by him, who lost his life than they should and others are e Cuilt by tipectal l"i res tone /K:>'m'dipping

Iniulo, was instantly klll- comotive.; Hughes was found in when his' machine wrecked and ...... not doing; their !nhare. Probably: which, ai.N!
{downtown grade crossing an' unconscious condition on the burned near Brunswick lute Saturday .+...*....+.... I his will always be the condition,, w t, strength process tanttnii and i ift t

lick by an Atlantic Coast Seaboard Air Line tracks in a was Clem C. Padgett, 22, ; ; SPRINGS but by creating a welfare accountto extra ,
residential section of the city. A bliss Peurl Norman lurga ottering !; m Men ire. Ha the Firestonesclent { I
enger train here Friday. George W. Mulligan left here for bo raised by one ; , e

was cut In half as the en- handkerchief had been stuffed in IJrunswlck where he will help to ..0...................... once per year( probably at least llr 1' ideally designed. balloon i '" q
passed over it. The train his mouth and his hands and legs Identify. the body. Padgett!; said 12,000, would be raised. Now the grill l s s tread that has act a new mile- ,

parently failed to notices were bound. Mulligan had been In his employ Misses Ruby and Llnnle Norman county welfare worker would lie 1 I nice utand.-mt: for li.il: !"on amt i I Ii

the train was not oo oo oo oo ,about three weeks driving one of'the Jeannette and Gladys Carter, Mi. able to recommend the proper distribution ,I J, 1 I high pressure tires. Fu11-xie, d '

I and the crew was not 1 rant Tallahassee-No person is entitled three trucks operated by Mulligan i Raymond Norman and George of these threo amounts i Ill.. L' lloxlMe, tough-with rut-resist' ;, ,' j;
the accident until they to register before tax collectors between St. Augustine and Reddish attended H. y. p U., at to the poor fund, the mother's pension htjewalls. l

[ Sanford of Florida except when paying Georgia, cities. Two other machines Rising Sunday night. fund and the voluntary fund ing '

oo oo oo their poll taxes as provided for bylaw which left here at the same I Mr. and !Mrs J. C. demons so that' none would be unwisely 31x5.25/21 i

Smoke from Everglade Attorney General Fred II. time as the one which burned, !Mra. Ollie Thomas and !Mfss Pearl used. Each needy case would!.' be y1 r.. .lD.55All ; ; ,

Bros topped off by a heavy Davis has advised Comptroller were driven by sons Mulligan.! Norman were the guests of Mr. liullenn .
limed a virtual halt of land Ernest Amos in an opinion. The oo S. and Mrs. G. E. Crews of Long .
11raffle here Thursday from law referred to, he said, applied Green Cove Springs-Messers.lloger : Bridge Sunday.Misses I j ol'ier! Nixes: priced proportionality 10'.7.OLDfiELD. ,

|rnln.e' hours until !0 a. m.;' only to the primary elections and i Mlltlo and Jack Alvarez Marguerite( Carmichael I Win. J. 11jl ''FE i

|nv,'ment by automobiles not to the general elections. It is two of the State Road engineers, Lois Reddish. Gladys Carter and i ,

binrniy cessation of shtp'li meant, he added to encourage the and !Mr Frank P. Steel of North Ruby Norman were visitors of I e

I. ,,,+I attempting to enter registration of persons who are required Carolina, brother of Mrs. II. D. 'Miss Pearl" Norman Saturday af 'Expert Watch Repairing : e

Nor had anchor cast and to pay their poll taxes any- Duke, were the first to cross the ternoon. 4

Ii foe<' the pall to lift. The way. One who pays taxes on his new concrete bridge across the Mrs. J. C. Clemons Is spending I II' A rugged, serviceable tire with 1'',
---- Mrs. ?
with her daughter
mouth of Doctor's Lake. The this week I t
bridge Is a splendid type of con O. E. CrewS of Long Bridge. titi iii e .Hclentlftc tread design nnil Ktronxremfi.J i

The Cream struction. It has not yet been opened Mr. Charley Naley of St. Augustine A ;, ''ttt : rarc.iss const ruction. ,
here e
..fir because the road spent the week-end ENGRAVINGJEWELRY r1'
to v' u It 'SiduwaL'a especially protected.
iy j
it has not yet been with his father. I II ,
approaching a visitor I ]Fully warranted by FireMono. ,
of the tulplt ted. This will be accomplished Carl Sapp of Starke was r p

In about ninety days The hero Sunday. j

completion, of the road and the Hastings; Five. carloads of 30\1.75/21 $11 50
4 1&r -- of the bridge; will shorten lialloon .
'TobaccoCrop opening from Green Cove cauliflower shipped by BuKbee I,
the distance Distributing Company from here Hull Building
about six priced y AIth
Springs to Jacksonville I Oilier blzes ) ( proportionately
bridge has recently.a Ith I I low. ,+'
miles. The Black Creek 11, 1t

!been opened to traffic, crime In the eyes of the state Florida I,S1. 7Pti
oo .. oo oo those of the nation Starke, !
M iteself but In I i tt t
I MiamI-The poor defenselessaneating if Florida failed to protect her .11
shark of Southern waters
wild life. '
_u has a friend in the Miami Humane -,. ,- -- .-- -., u -- 'Ii COURIERNothing
society' Officials of the society I
warned Alexander Ott manager tl + ; belter to lie found at j r

of a swimming pool In Opa nnyllilnt, near this price. Fire 1', J '

"ins roan .. Locka, that a projected battle In Check" Has x'16 stone-built with many long. ,
Sunday between a five- By :
the pool Knowlea "Paying e t near features. Has tough side ,
and Allen j t t "e '
man-eater x
foot ,l '
1 1 e walls and tread, with scientific
must proceed Y'e :
West t1
from Key: e
diver without bloodshed. Knowlen: 1 d/ 11' '' anti-skld design. Hacked: : by ti tiy

said with he the wouldn't shark without go into some the kind pool Preserved l Many A ,Al'' I standard warranty. tire manufacturers' 4 "M, 4"

use. tr ,i e
of a knife for emergency;

Knowles said he would handle his 20vt.10/21 $7. 10 I! til
got any
opponent carefully If he Friendship
but he
from the fish
ppreciate wouldn't be responsible If the lima 1! 30x3 iCord $5.95

shark got peevish. II
oo oo
:y Strike"ys u
Madison-A snake with two

George tails was plowed farmer up In by the R.Blue P.. I AIRWAY

Brawn, a ;
section of Madison county. checks unquestionable proof.
!I. Cohan Springs J I Cancelled provide I
field that rock- ,
nreaklng ground In a I Here's[ a good tire at the

u t -ica's had been unplowed for some time friendships but l, bottom price. Ituilt in the great
StageFavorite he drove his plow through a clumpof Thus they-not only preserve 1
roots when he saw the snake \ Firestone factories, where better ya

He stopped to examine It and was ; 1, tires are manufactured at lowest t '
d old Luckies surprised to note that the snake they save money. t r
ie r prices.
e l keen pals for had two tails. About an Inch I
*And like an old from the tall about a t It', t.

a they treat me gee, xr.,, e there half-inch was long a second growing out of the And the checking account way is so safe and so e i 29f.tO/p!IJalloon30x3'j ae$6.05 ; !

No irritation to top of the snake's body. The snake t

(throat and no *"' was this killed has by been the seen plow.by Nothinglike old farmers convenient I Nobody but you can get your money / I Cord! 4.65 f l

king. And I abate and woodsmen In this vi

Lucky Strike clnitY.TallahakseuEilgh. oo yet you always have i it'' in your pocket. 61

e full body tobac praise of the dealer's service station-whera
dth/ the toasted manner I In which expressed Florida Is by conserving W. Try it-you'll like it I DO you YOUR will find tire a complete buying choice to suit every need and purne. tires We have and tI
game sit sizes of
lr> that's for iuality-on
been the McAtee. biologist in charge< of lowed prices in history-quality < h''

since that lay L.food habits and research of the i tubes.

et." U. S. biological survey during of a We are fully trained and equipped to give you immediate service.
the state department their tires from us be. I'
visit to fish. Mr. Thousand of motorist in this vicinity buy '
fresh water I
c- game and be In the' them money and serve them better. g
who planned to cause we save
state McAtee about, two weeks looking Into BANK OF STARKEA
work being

quail carried investigation on in Florida. and Georgia ROLL OF HONOR DANK Jr. "
( toasted"No by Herbert L. Stoddard, another J. yl

t's federal biological expert declaredthat and E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier
Florida bas a rich fauna STARKE FLORIDA
representation of water- 3 3t
the most
Throat Irritation -No Cough! .* fowl to be found in any state of
would not only be .
the country. It ;, I --
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I tA ----I- Ii THE DA Y TO BE GA Y -:- -:- By Betty Somerville \ I I doctrine and fair of exhibits conservation to spread of wildlife the comIng have a chOll'e lIrlmul'l""f. ;''P"'J I -!"."11In"

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i -, and If It does then the mem- will be either Jo' ", "I! Q
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bers of the state department of Is most eXlellt'lI -1,

Ik <- r elJ .. .:, ':,, and fresh water fish feel the office or If'
; ',. ,.< .. .". ; :/:. I game the ltl""' i (.
eyes or th. alft
n '.. '. ,," that FlorIdians and mar people I I" "I, '
I outside of the state of Florida are IntoomanYdn; < tI', ;., ''ilph, t

4 a I thoroughly acquainted with the vial ex-Governu,' III I ,, I .
fr Phone 2901ISKICVH I I back way- Cars; Ir I II
II I work of the department In all Its ? ;,, '
I branches. If be carrl",.-"S,I -

f i Classes In vocational agriculture oftl'e! the sam. ba, .

f Laurel 11111 la Okaloosa and force wbi h ted
I'n.\l'n; CLfH: at ,
county, have been the means of his admln! I /"'

h+' The Girl's Auxiliary and Sunbeams Tbe yilrcl of a series of partiesIn saving the farmers of that place of the hlghwav Will'J.d : 'II'II M
state he
over in cash this J
$1000 year on a
durliiK the observance of the Demorest home last week record ,,, "0"
I r single Item that of buying sweet a8 gOY I \
week of at the took place Friday evening when the state !
the March prayer potato draws reports to J. F. Williams enjoy '
following !Mr. and Mrs. rt. F. Dernorest entertained I confidence or th., '"n'1.
Baptlxt church, presented the Jr., state supervisor of vocational :
:: the Husbands and Wives'' agriculture, Indicate. er extent than J,II I I NI
,,y a 6 way.-Sarasota If" 1 ''J; '
a F OJII'II1ulhymu: by (he congregation / club : Commercial fisherman of the

) uud prayer by the pastor The j Dainty fern combined with Easter Stuart section are planting to or- MIami Beach .-,\-

devotional was read by Misses AlIce lilies In bowls and wall vases ganize to protect the interests of planned of new "" I I.eIr;

and Fannie Sllcox. JIlsHOH formed the decorations In the living those of the fishing Industry. A way between W.i. ''I Id 4

{ Sunshine", Handley and Mildred room, where the tables were I II .<' meeting of Stuart Salerno and coast Hotels :\:

Sllcox played a duet on their gui I arranged for auction bridge. jI j -'" e ... < Jensen fishermen has been called Avon Park 'I[ I \

$ a, {tars.. I After several progressions the I II ) t..r.-. ... : I to effect the organization and the rounding this pili"" I J' ,I,1 If 'i'

E "Work of the Home Mtaslon I blue-bird tallies showed that Mrs. | .. ., r. ., : I IF proposed repeal of certain legislation sellent chickens : :,., p!

kt' Board," was the title uf a play- K. M. Johns had high score, so she I II will be taken up for dlscus- .
119 aoes
+ let In which Marjorie Newell rep- I was presented with a pair of can- 1" ... ', alOn.I I ;, --' w

resented the Hoard, while Elaine hie holders, while Mr. E. M. Johns <:,: l : I' *
and Klbert Edwards; were her who held low score, received hand- '. ri The Morldlan & Eastern Railway -
Christian workers. Juanita Rare- I kerchiefs. Mr. J. C. Robinson re- .'.-'. ':" may eventually extend Its AttentionStrawberry
foot and Julian Grime representedSyria received an artlflcal minnow as -...: :J :' .' "K. '. I line to Pensacola, according to S.
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and Edward Raymond represented high prize for men, and Mrs.\ J. C. I T. Neville, builder and owner of

', Cuba Billy Powell was an Robinson was given a letter box i ..,..____. _,...__, .."--.-- .. the road. He was recently granted -
l l Indian, and Frances L. Peek a for her low score. permission for an extension: ol

v' ,y mountain girl. Each one did their | Salted pecans were nerved dur. Direction for making thSr. tie attractive noveltie are given i in the accompanying article. the line to Meridian, Miss., and announced -

((8 part well. ,lIng the games and at the close\ olu t \TRICK-S DAV-that's the day tlon. Fasten piece of a green tucked Irish Prize Dos that he would apply for Growers
"Nobody ever told me of Jesus" pleasant evening the hostesi!I streamer around the white fluted paper an extension to Pensacola.
a Jolly party. For who could Wrap the box for holding a prize or
v was sung by Mrs J. S. Duller with served salad followed by a sweet t case and stick a cardboard Irishman .
a few bonbons wltb bright
green crepe
dull amidst the cheerful
t Hiss Inez Abernathy at the piano. course with coffee.Those possibly cut-out la the middle. Place ena paper and tie It with silver tInsel Among the wekome visitors to BRADFORD
of the Irish shamrocks the Independent this week were
green shamrock cut-out.
; Another playlet entitled "Miss > playing with Mr. and Mra, ribbon. Add a pompon made of crepe I
Liberty's Party," was well staged Demorent were: Judge and Mrs. A, You can make your table festive Candy Doll's Head! paper cut four inches wide and I Dr. Fons Hathaway, chief highway
{ 1 Tht-lma Sll with inexpensive decoration of fringed along both edges Paste the constructor of Florida. and
In native costumes by Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. K. M, crepe Wrap white crepe paper around a COUNTY
+ cox a* Miss Liberty; Daisy Tomp- Johns Mr.\ and Mrs. C. A. Knight, paper The room decorations too package of candy chips. Draw on pompon to the box and paste a cut- Ike Parrish, the well known clever -

klns as the Home Mission Board; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Miss will take on a festive appearance features wltb India ink and make a the out of boy and girl upright among and competent newspaper man.
If will decorate It with and fringed edges.Candy Doc looked as happy as a big sunflower -
Martha Brownlee. Norwegian; you green
Ethel Griffin and Mr. GeorgeHarnsberger. cap of emerald green crepe paper Haul your berr.< ,,
Marguerite Prevatt, Rumanian; [ white crepe' paper in some slmptfr Decorate the cap with a shamrocK Girl and his happiness is exceeded a" tit

N Sunshine Hundley and Dorothy ,, fashion.An cut-out. Then glue the done bead on' Draw a face with India Ink on the only by his confidence that tey. the large 1 ( ,ui.r, I.,. ih!,

Lamb, Italians; Melba Silcox, ''.1PTERNION: : fl.UHK.TlilTAINEI Important part of every party it another shamrock to form a base. paiatnne paper wrapping ot a ticket he is going to be elected. It looks ping point In nredl.ndou, ., ,
S.. sort of clever favor that one'sguests
some and white
Mexican Jlunnle Canova, Chinese : : > Serving green striped candy pretty good for Doc up and down
1 ) ; ; may take borne Gay little Shamrock Cup I Fasten a bit of a tucked streamer ty. Will buy ymuli"ntetr
P Martha Evans, mountain girl; I :baskets:>> for holding salted nuts and Cover a plain white fluted paper around the top and then trim the the east coast.-West Palm Beach handle on consienm.
tM1 lorla Toole deaf and dumb DO-I; Amid a profusion of plum blossoms favors made of candy and cut-outs cup with a strip of green crepe paper "hat" with a shamrock seal Independent, tr IK

K t Mary Browulee, Indian; and Mil Mrs R. F. Demorest received serve a double purpose because they about aj Inch wider than the depth Shamrock: SanduUh ship to reliable Him-J thru-
,; the members of the Afternoon also form a part of. the decorative The Gainesville Sun has Joinedthe out the United .
dred Crlffls Cuban. SIll""
} of the Stretch It around
cup. tightlyso A few sticks ot All
candy a sandwlca
ranks of the state
4 1p Card Club at her home last Thurs- color scheme of the table. many papers
that it will be drawn In dlgthl or a of cake Information
'. KIUJIAY AFTKUNOO.VritOUIIAM : : The interesting favors Illustrated wrapped pnraf- supporting Fons A. Hathaway for you nw 'IIi11
over the edges. Paste the end. in fine make the ".lI1ln "
t l t day.Floral are easy to make. paper spread Governor of Florida. The Sun also regarding market undltloii
I tallies directed the players place. Decorate with a shamrock between two shamrock cut-outs A
to their places at tables, on Paddy PattyA made of two thicknesses of sliver paper bit of light green ribbon holds them realizes that Hathaway is the man and pack will !be liwrfulii

3 ,,i c Last Friday afternoon a very which were served pink and peppermint patty Is the founda- pasted together. tOgw.tie[, to defeat Catts-hence it has cast given. Carlota b> 1a! ,..I' !21 i

pleasant program wa given by the green mints thus carrying out her its lot with the loyal and patriot

first four grades o f the public color scheme In every detail. ed for books to be sent to the girls' NN.NN....NNN.4'N. "H\ ANY OTHER :NAME": ic Floridians who desire the con-

school, in the auditorium to the i Mrs\ J. E. Corpening made lop home at Mamlanna. tinuation of good government.-
mothers. EVERGREEN 4 SImpktns reached the gate justn Florida State News. James T. Moore\
I la 'score and was presented with a The club auditorium had an atmosphere (Mrs. F. A. Rosier, Cor.) .! .
., Mrs. A. E. Wall, music teacher, dainty piece of lingerie. Miss Mabel 4 time to see his train disappearing -
opened the exercises with an informal Welter made second high and of spring by the use of ..................4....., In the distance. Miami( Beach- .Building permits LA WTEY. FU1RIIMYou'll \
. Issued during January showed
talk about the good being received a lovely boudoir lamp.A pear blossoms In vases and bas- "Sorry you missed her Bah. a
1 Evergreen, March 16.-Mr. and gain of more than 300 per cent
: l done by the children how public I' delightful salad course and kets. 'Sandwiches and Iced tea sympathized.. .. .. the.. Red Cap. over January 1927. .....-.-.-.-.-,- ---
Mrs. Saunders and children
} school music brought out the untold 'coffee were served by the hostessto were served by the hostesses, who Roy ,, -un mats all right. That train

( tones and good voices where Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. M. were: Mesdames A. Z. Adklns D. of Jacksonville spent the week was going to take me to my wed-
; ,t'' they were least expected I''Johns :Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Mrs. C. 7. Knight, J, S. Malpas J. W. end here with Mr. Saunder's mother ding In Chicago." .
The entertainment was not pure- A. Knight Mrs. O. M. Inman Mrs. j Morgan L. F. Smith and Miss Mrs. Maggie Forsyth.B. "Shuh, you ain't missed yo'
$ lylfor pleasure but for the good H. C. Wall Mrs. J. E. Corpening, I Florence Matthews. train a-tall. What you wants Is
of the children, also giving them E. Rosier and Lendzle QrlfMs the
Miss Mabel Weller, Mrs. J. M. Special. Leaves In halt.
I'' a chance to appear in public. Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. J. C. Robinson and i.\nn.s: NIGHT AT were visitors to Starke Satur- an hour."

3t f t Wall and !Miss Ethel Griffin were Mrs L. Wyman. K.XCIIANGK: CLUB day afternoon. S
4'' at the piano during the following I Mesdames H. 'E'. Lee and Jess Try a llcanshootrr

;M program; I ST. MAIIK'H! HKC1NO: CIRCLE) i w Ladles night was observed Monday Sounders of Clay county spent last Clerk-"Did you get rid of any

Song Rub-a-dub-dub First I I at the Exchange Club dinner week here on account of the ser moths with those moth-balls you

a' .t "grade. I The St. Patrick Day Idea was which was served In the Orange ious Illness of their little. sister, bought

,j l .PJay-Mrs. H. C. Hitch's room. ,carried out Monday In the Flncher and Black Tea Room at eight Minnie Lee Pringle: Mrs Dun-"No, I tried for five

SvnjrRhythm.. I I:home when Mrs. W T. Fincher members and Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Rosier and hours but I couldn't hit a' one"
o'clock to forty
4 4a SOlI-Woodpecker.. !I''and Mrs. E. A. Towle were Joint baby, of the state farm Halford, -Open Road.
friends.A .
SOUK- -Tiny Boat. hostesses to members and friends spent the weekend with Mrs. Hester .
is ., .: color scheme of white and The "'evcllges Woman
Recitation---Golden\ Keys by',of St Mark's Sewing Circle. Sapp.
carried out in the table The infant.
six girls from !Mint Hay's, room. I I The afternoon was pleasantly green was Mrs. Maggie Forsyth Is spendinga
decorations as well as lu the menu. The little girl. Have
i .; 4 The second grade sung Plt-a-i I spent In sewing aprons and fancyarticles few days with her daughter, Always
Pear blossoms were used and em- The Miss.
I Pat Cuckoo\ : Sea-Saw j: aqc] Goodnight 'I \ for an Easter bazaar, Mrs. Roy Saunders In Jacksonville.
j S I anated from a central bowl of violets The young woman.
j The refreshments were salad, Mrs. L. E. Moaely and children
the ends of the table, where The young woman.
Third grade: J I sandwiches tea coffee and candles ;, to of the State Farm, Ralford were

4 ,+ Song--Boat Song. 1 j I :favors were shamrocks and pan- white candles In silver candalabra the guests of Mr. ''and Mrs. C. A. The The young young woman.woman. Money Handy"To
i ( Song-/ --Sleep Baby Sleep. ,I Ij ilea. Those present were: Mesdames burned. Pringle Sunday.Mrs. .

j I' Third and fourth grades sang i I: W. E. Butler, J, O. Hoover, After singing America vice president William Reddish is visiting "Brederen. we must do some-

,' the Nobody Man.\[ i'j'"r. J. Alderman, Edwin Southers, J, L. Frazee, as toastmaster- --, her daughter, Mrs. John Cone at thing to remedy de status quo" he that hath shall be Giv

1 : \' Fourth grade: 'i C. H. Marks George C. Kruse R. Introduced the "speakers, Brooker. said a negro preacher to his con-

1i Song--Indian, Lullabye. I I 3.: Carleton J. S. Malpas, R. J. Dr. Weld pastor of the Com- Little Minnie Lee PrIngle, who gregation. en !t" This is particularly appli-

t T'i Hfuding-Diamonds and Toads. ';]Davis' O. I... Beasley, H. It. Young, munity church at Keystone has been very ill Is improvingsome. "Brudder Jones, what am de

4 1 Recitation by Ezra Bagowell. ;]F.. A. Towle and W. T. FIncher. Heights said grace. status quo!" asked a member. cable to the man who has money

t Piano solo-Elaine Wynn. i iCIHCI.K The menu Included fried chicken Mrs. Sykes and two children of "Dat. my brudder," said the

t fJ; .. :,\NNV.\t: lll'SIXKSSMKKTINfl : creamed potatoes English Island Grove spent the week-end preacher "am Latin for de mess safely deposited in the.bank. It
TWO F\TKUT.\IMI: ; : : : OK CI.V11The peas[ asparagus tips buttered here with her daughter,' Mrs. Jas. we's In.-Exchange. -

M 4t !r beets l hot biscuit, fruit salad. )}Ice Rosier. means that when opportunity
f y Circle No. Two of the Baptist-; annual business mec"ngand cream cake and coffee. I Willie Reddish attended the A revised acreage and forecastof

i't' M. S. wag entertained Monday ,I election of officers of the Wo Dr. Crawford whip Is an enthusiastic -: funeral of his brother-In-law. Mr. production of tomatoes In Flor. presents itself he will always

+ atternood by Mrs. Q. P. Raymond :I man's Club was held Wednesday golfer and one whohas, John Cone at Brooker Friday. Ida has been prepared by H. A.

at the paslorluni. After the regu- ,I afternoon at the clubhouse with traveled extensively emphasizedthe : William Morgan Cbeathem Marks agricultural statistician. have money handy-ready to

+ laf program and routine business',I ill officers present. fact that "There is not a better i and Cohen Peel were visitors to The preliminary estimate of acreage -

was carried out plans for a birth- J'iY'f After the reading of the minutesby golf' course In the United States. I Starke Monday night. of tomatoes planted in Dade meet most any emergency that
tl I and Broward counties
March was -
day party on Tuesday, 20th"1 approxImately
the secretary Mrs. Wyman than will be found at Keystone

were completed I 11 reports were made by the follow- Heights" I ....................4 Y. 12,000 acres including might arise. '
: Late In the afternoon the hostess I I[ L500 acres of early plantings In (
I ing officers and committees; Mr.\ Bullwlnkle, Instructor of -
Dade ;
assisted by Miss Inez Aber- : HIGHLAND 2Mies county
r Treasurer;, Mrs. D. I. A Ames: Gainesville and Keystone
nalby, served light refreshments. golf at Rle.... Cur Come in today and start a sav-
Auditor. Mrs. L. F. Smith Beautlflcatlon ipecUl Inducements !t. E.
Two condi-
; told of analysis showing the
Mrs. O. J. Griffin will be bos- I Heights e
as ;f tess at the next regular meeting cOJnmUtr.e. Mrs. J. C. being made to ladies With .+/N.N1NtO.NN.N.N. tion of the DeLand City water supply ings account with $1.
HOuVer/ : Legislation. Mrs. A. Z. of eliminating the Idea to be excellent recently were
circle will be the hope
91> the wfclch the sec- Highland, March 16.--Misses
+ Adklns Finance Mrs. L. F. Smith, that golf Is a roau'a game"only..
ond Monday In April. Myrtle and Vlrgi Orlffls were visItors
Circle No. 3 tit the Baptist W.I I School Mrs. E. M. Rooks; Junior I During the evening the gratifying to Starke Saturday.Mr Inspec-tor

:t M. U., met at the home of Mrs. 'Club. Mrs.. W.E.. Mlddleton; announcement was made that *> "W. M. Ferris made, a business BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
Paul Mast. Devotional was led by House, read by Mrs. J. S. Butler the Starke Exchange Club had trip to Lawtey Saturday. jot Health. The Deland News says
"' for Mrs. J. M. Alvarez; Program, the requirements of both, samples were taken by Dr.
Mrs W. J. Epperson. Plan for i completed Miss E. Ricks and C. M. Grime Stronghold
the unique gurprlaetraveling-mar- ,Mrs. R. A. Weeks; Civics, Mrs. E. twenty-five members and has ap' were visitors to Hellbronn section Wilson from private taps suppliedby Bradford County's Financial

i4 ket-basket were completed. The K. Perryman after which the plied for Its charter. Sunday. the combined city wells.ATTENTION STARKE FLORIDA

afternoon was spent by sewing fort President Mra. (I. M. Inman. made The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green and ..... .. .. _, ,

i the needy and Vlctrola music was her report, Dr. anllllrs."eld., Mr. Bullwlnkle baby of Starke were guests Sun-

t enjoyed. | !Mrs C. II. !Marks was then and Dr. Crawford all of Keystone day of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wim- -

The hostess refreshed her guests unanimously. elected a member of Heights. berly.! -.
with lemonade and home made- ,the club. The following named J. J. Byrd of Maxvllle was a -'--'

1 cade. f.i were elected as officers for the Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Teare business visitor here, Monday.C. .
well known vIsItors '
next club year and will be Installed of I.awte", were M. Grlffls was transacting We can supply you In WH.--
mrrisT IIIKTIIUAV PARTY at the June meeting: In the city yesterday. business In Starke Tuesday.

l'realdent-\Ira.! O. M. Inman. Smith came to see her brother Miss Ethel Ricks spent MondayIn strawberry cups and crates pSSIFf0.l1

i ; We're having a birthday party. : Vice president-:Mrs. D. I. Ames. Alec Howe who has recently returned Starke the guest of her niece

I, "We" are Circle Two Se'retary-1Iflsl Mabel Weller. home from Riverside hospital Mrs. N. T. Green. hay and feed and also car- ADS

We're Inviting quite a number I Treasurer-Mrs. E, K. Perry Jacksonville where he un- R. B. Boggs of Lawtey has accepted I
stock In warehousea
operation. In our O
And we hope you'll come to. derwent a serious a position with the S. ).. L. ry .

t i ft! I man.After a short parliamentary law Friends will be gratified to learn Railway Co., here and will move full line of Swift tried and
You'll have to tell a secret I I drill the chairman of music. Mrs. that he Is recovering Saturday his family here in a few days.

I Tell what your age might be; D. E. Knight, presented two tal- Gainesville Evening News Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. tested Red Steer'fertilizers I

>f We'll know by the number of pen i ented young pianists: Little Miss George will regret to learn of the II
-if ,. flies serious illness of their baby girl. and have added Vlgoro a spe- I
4\ Lois Adklns played Ronda Aela by State Prison Farm II
You bring to collection, you see. (I The Florida
Berta Lee.
Burgmuller and Last Rose of Summer will at sometime In the near future your gardens lawns flow-

1 On the twentieth day of March, I of Lawtey by Wells.played Miss Second Louise Valve Thtde by be one vast nut according and fruit to The city council of Key West I dally prepared plant food for I THE DOOR

Three-thirty on Tuesday afternoon bearing plantation expects to adopt an ordinance to I
t t At Mrs. Raymond's home 'twill\ be. I(Durand and Moonlight Reverie by plans of the board ot commissionof ask: for the removal of the tracks ers and shrubbery Try It. j OF OPPORT UNIT
4 So come, we'll see, you soon. j I state Institutions. Aubrey of the Key West Electric Company
tr 4 All members of the four circlesof The speaker of tpq!: afternoon Frlnk:, nurseryman and horticulturist over which tLe trolley ears for- you will b, pleased. I ad

the Women's Missionary Union I I Mrs. J. W. l\lcColtum'Yot Gainesville at the farm states that 450 merly were operated. The Key A little classified

are cordially invited. was presented bJ'.the chair acres of land have been plantedto West Electric company are now I will open the door to
t \iv. man of ; Mrs. E: : I
civic K. Ferryman 450 acres have
over Bennett Grocery Co.
(''r pecans operating a bus line In the city: are
Port, Orange-Large shrimps Mrs. McCollum. who Is chairmanof been planted to various fruits and and the tracks are no further use f whatever you

t F packing and snipping plant and Club Institutes gave a very able to tung oil and evergreens. Sat- as the franchise for the street Starke, Fla. "S seekings!

warehouse built by South Atlantic and Interesting address. Mrs. W. suma oranges are also among the railways will not ha cancelled by ,

Fisheries here placed In operation. M. Pepper, also of Galnesvlle, ask- various fruit trees. the present ordinance. l -


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;JM I friends and relatives I in Starke Thursday for Nenvil N. J.. wherehe i ij ,
III"I-I Saturday. iI j
will join his wife and enter the t'I
Bits ofNevfe The, Eastern Star will have Its research With each c of : :
purchase' :
regular meeting followed by a social lee t FREEFREE Groceries amounting to FREEFREE P

[ Monday night at eight o'clockIn r
Tit 1 Mrs. $,1.O or more ire trill ,,
{ A : i ? the Masonic Hall. Helen give UOH t" ,

1 4)C ,, were i'l
Ice cream at Butler's !elude Mrs. E.
Basinets cherry, tutte, fruttt, strawberry, sung a 2 POUNDS FANCY
Concerning Our People and vanilla chocolate, maple nut, byterian : BLUE ROSE KICK j ,
Progress of the County and Town. peach pineapple sherbet fruit C

sherbet, Eskimo pie. Mrs. '

,?,pllUmlilY, 1I 1II1""IUUIUllIIUIIWIII'IIIIIIII"IIWUItlI' ... ._. ...__._,_ Mr. and Mrs. II. !\ ( 1
J. F.

(,,? Fall< tor Pharmacy.your choiceButler's Truby Messrs. II. V. Knight-and J.411 J. little tile Hemingway Miss Katie: spent Colley Colley Sunday and Mar-in chard Starke panted,! Special for Friday and Saturday f ; r

"l returned Saturday from a Willistou, / visiting friends and rela I Mr. and _

t;, I'nd i ivllle Mrs.Tuesday.J. L. Frazee southern very successful part of fishing the state.trip In the tives.Circle Number Two of the I wore Mr. Evaporated Milk Swifts Silverleaf Pure Lard

Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull, Mrs. Methodist church will meet next glnia
tit J. T. Quigley wereI H. A. Tucker, J. M, Truby, Jack Monday afternoon at the home of ot his

I, ,icsouvllle Friday. Lee and Clarence Bert spent Fri- Mrs. H. M. Snyder on Madison grave Eight pound pail
day In Jacksonville street. ty years Carnation Pet 1.30 !'
r i Ullffe spent last week
{ Jut: >i with his' family.! D. W. Manning and family who Paul Canova who Is city sales- 1ti
--- we.re former residents of Stnrke man for the Mountain[ City Mill first of Four pound pail
hntnd< of ice cream'and are moving here from Tampa this Company spent! the week here tore the Van.Camps 6(J7 .
?ili follow the spoon.t week. with his[ mother !Mrs. P. E. Ca- State's

], >Jacksonvile/ spent Mr. and Mrs. Currency and nova. ville.Knight Large Size rwo pound pail 35 .
\ PHil i I m Sturke with hisHi brother Robert Young of Jack- Friends of Mrs. Laura Davis, per 11 c ,
I md< Mrs. S. R. Johns. sonville, were guests of Mrs. Paul who has been confined to her bed Mrs. t

E. Canova Sunday. for four months will be pleased! to SMALL SIZE PER CAN S McjCOMI'OUNI) LARD, 11 1.2C lb. '
nwn'fro and boys' pants learn that she [Is able to sit[ up a "
will visit[ """" *- L -r MMriri | i. -i i. s s ie
d,i i M Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wall, Miss part of each day. fore { [

!,nt Mitchell and Dr. G. ley Elizabeth visited Hogwood friends and in Carr Inverness Col- Messrs. Hamilton Rltch and of delegate' Kingans Reliable Sliced Bacon Pound Box 39 f j

II ,ire spending a few Sunday. Claude. Houser were In Jackson- Mrs.
t. Auguatlne. ville Monday attending the New the 1
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Lang of York Galnts and Jacksonville Tars -- r
Ilia May Peek, of Avon- Jacksonville spent Sunday here baseball game. Mr. 6 7' ?
|,,1 I iici sister-in-law, Mrs. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
go to
k, Friday. 'L. V. Moore. !Mr. and Mrs. FrankDuy who their \ Over Sea Brand Goods Maxwell House Coffee I *
are driving from Miami! to their
Mrs Robert F. Demo- Mr and Mrs. W. II. Stevenson home In Cooper, Blaine[ visited In at ,,:
j id Tampa Monday and of Plttsbwrg, Pa., and eon II. L. Starke this week with their cousin, ing over SweetOne pound 48 ,
lay several days. Stevenson returned Monday froma Mrs. Jennie A. 'Lelth.Mr. [ No. 2 can Baby can \ '

ten days visit[ 'In South Florida Mrs.! (
Mrs J. S. Butler spent and Mrs. Francis II. Eyre, M, Peas 30c 1.42
lid Monday in Tampa Mrs. Clyde Alvarez ot Jacksonville ot Washington,: D. C., were recent Friday[ Three pound( can '

nl a spent the week-end at Kelly guests of Mr. and Mrs L. Wymanon Saturday _
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Kottnge Klnraley Lake, with her their hoTieymoo trip through
IK Klckllter.>''hufa and velvet mother, Mrs. Anna M. KTelley. Florida. C No. :2 can Sweet Sllg- o. 2 can Red Kidneyar :

Mr. and Mrs.; C. D. 'Shank and Mrs. H. 'S. Lon& returned to tier The IT.
bnle Long of Gainesville, daughter of Jacksonville[ spent the home in Jacksonville Monday, 'al market Corn 18c Bean 14c j.i.
| week-end here with hers wet-end In 'Starke wITh her mother ter spending two woeks here ns yang [ ,
Martha Brownie Mrs. R. L. Lewis. guest: of tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Florida,, \ [
W. !M. ICdwnrda. work.

E M.' Johns went too Mr. and Mrs. II. ;c. Bitch "{lentS'unday ington T)
Tuesday 'to: meet with In Gainesville with Mrs. !Mr. A. K. Sf-ssoms and 'daughter, to look Salt Bacon Best Grade Per Pound 17c i
ling board. Ritch's brother and sister-in-law, Miss Sarah und sons Alexanderand ,
Mr. and"Mrs T. no'Demaree. James, also[ Lester Sanders, Mr. !
Myrtice and THyrwin of Cogdlll 'Ga.. visited friends' In daughter \ <, --
tutored to 'Sanford Sunin Mrs. Alice R. Thomas, who has Starke Suirday. nett of)

been visiting her daughter Mrs. end with
Mr. A. II. Mitchell of Phoenix.
II. V. Knight returned to Jacksonville Sunday
Cary. n>t Washington. Wednesday Arizona spent the week end tn ney l<'

1I.11bere In the forestry I Starke with his brother. and sisterlulaw -Snrlnira..'- .... .-. l
Mr. ana Airs. j. A. mn.cn- I
Mm. W. M. Edwards lira. II. b
-- I S. Loiig, and 3VIrs J. Maurice 'Ed ell. While
Cede Mitchell returned wards spent Sunday In Gainesville from I
Mr. and Mrs. "William Norris : ar
rom Jacksonville, where I with friends.
recently of Ocala who are occupying ;
|u few days. 'I rate ot )
one ot the Scott apartments,
-' 'Miss]\ ( Gladys AIlRood, of Wild- driven
Bliss Mary
J. L. Peek and E. Ht have been entertaining the
| wood, spent the weekend herewith
tended the Shrine has ;T)odd'6f Citra. Johns "
her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. .. .. .. ..
'kllonvnle'Tuesday. lawn. - -- -- --
Mrs. J. C. Poppell' and son, by the

Snilay Id-I 1\1 rs.and II. monday M. Snyder In ol'Gainesville Mr. and'Mrs., were Dale Sunday IL 'Tanslckel'guests Starke Joseph In ,to the of visit Plant city relatives today City, enroute'were-Oulnesvllle visiting to-- Mr. IYI't: [ ; i Giant Letter Refused by Post Office Goeby Express r' t ,1 4J 1

lie1C of her parents, Mr. and! :Airs. W.. J spent
lOpperson.Butler's. Evening[ News, SiUurSay. Valdosta ONi dr drn
: White, bunk examine resent ....
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Butch and : l
] Saijtorfl Tuesday one Pharmacy seflu the hutch and tate I>t .. t\:1' /\" (I. M 1 (
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin: iotiII', "
mer ", l' f i JH '
Poinsettia brand of Ice! cream: and : '. :' ,t; Ktfv .
FarmspentSaturday **
children ot the State Mrs. ||M ifktfKA( K'W" **4 v wj\. -fir ""
,sherbet the smile follows the Mrs. II. L. 'I, ,, .
with Mr. and .. l- t"
\ ; \ !1 '" 1'1 '
Mrs. '- "" 'ft ,
Mrs. W. 'G. 'Halle spent :spoon. I .f -I "J.7.T.u/, ,! ; '
n Jacksonville "IN.v It h Brownlee. 1i*. .. ale,,,tttlp t'yP,, ,wr.' r !-'jff': :, I ',l ri
Rev. "R. S. Carleton attended Midaieto-n. Miss Mr. J i I' /Ft'" I'< aWOr1R H",r 4t
church 1n Trenton Sunday and 'Mrs. W. E. Mr. and m. + V ::dl! .f'. vN trasxt A' ,
'-- i ; and Gerald Xllddloton returned NLW K r SF .
S Catts of Jackson- ,was the guest of Mr. and Tlrs. J., Madge; Monday from Tallahassee, I head, N. ) '4 11, : : h, '', '.< -,- 'i I..'i'M ,." '. "
of Mr.
a weekend 'guest of Kelton. where they visited !Miss Hazel [ :, ;{ *A't.AHYle: rry ....( ..IT .>. .

.-Kfl. gore. I! T. N. Llmbnugh t>f Lakeland, Middleton.[ luinlo, ;t Jit.;( agar"7"'h.. rr4.;, ".>. .' ; "{,,..'";\\.r'an'k.fih\' -' (," .( \ :r l r'5t.l{ t: p .

and :Mrs. A. Z. Adklnsj''was'the'gueBt of relatives, Mr. and J. 13. Futchand month. :t : : : .
i pier I< "-'A '. ,
d I relatives. day. II.have L.been iBrownlee guests, returned ot Mr. and to;Mrs De- [being tJ1DERJQOtj. : :q;; riYlsHrrt,; ir"." .) ;:; '

Mr. c.. A. Futch anttffrs. Straw Hats and Spring Suits at bound J Jr Jr
) ; }
'Land Sunday. -M2 "f' :/ < ; ; : '
G. M. Slstrutfk spent J, M. Alvarez. part of MADJSON.A, t"-; ;-' ;;H' 1.: r0.1..' ,' .. -J, ; / t

i Jacksonville. 'Sheriff W. 3. Eppersonwas In ,soon mw-. vnotAJ <- v't-/1' V.Wi'; ,/ J'1;;:-" -; '. -''Ss. ,
off lot _
'Miss 'Alice Fernando, 'Messrs. Thursday uttenfflngtbe a ..Tn" #, ... 'f-:,, '" tu. j" <
atyas and Wesley Stearns 'Jacksonville between N-.I : r..i 'J' '. : ';'.' '' '' 1,1:; "
Com- John Powell ,
ot the FJor- it fr
annual convention ? S t I I"j. -- :. .' 'arAE
; I
: and ; ,
day ;, .
)put Sunday rn"TsSla.hastrlendi. -were rn Jacksonville! Tuesday 'for Sheriffs Association held at ), >J- .If. ;:" ''' ,. I

their maslc lessons.Mr. the Ida George Washington liotel. < ; roo < RQiAll. Y:,: NrTg? ( TOt'iS:' :f T""T '' LW I f
|:Mrs. Orvm :J. Ortffls of and Mrs. Roscoe Brad1 y W. M. S, will meetat D. W. 1 DEnwrXlfEL : 1" In' '
No. 1. ( J
Dodd, of :Jacksonville 'CIrcle credit of :
per. were -visltura tonday. and Mr. 'Norris the home of Mrs. J, S. Butler: ... :'iB-f.t StIFRXNi81T lN A1LANTIc; -
spent Sunday herewith Mr. I J.r A! YiflQlflL'pNVI'Ar .. .. i
o'clock. ;'i : ,'
Monday afternoon at three the freeze U'NCk' ; !. < ; iY /' r
Norrls.! ( : -.f.+ .. ,1'f.'
Mrs. willlam r .
-n and leader.All It n'etf. "".'N''' (.{NY ael .. .. ,
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee the local 3 k ''/.p, ,, .>JfO' .:. :i' < "f." ,
Long of Gainesville, ., "" "
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urged to be present. l ;" \.r> '"., ';:4. < 'N' IthJ .. t, '
y here with her 'mothE. Mrs. A. Relnoehl and Mr Albert $11.60. .. .. ,
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Brownlee. Itelnohel of Jacksonville( -were condition ', : ""' ft'' '-' > {< '4j' Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mrar. W. C. Davie and eon ant regular .. >;;,t'r ,,'::f4.. ,.::,; :.. ;"' "
P. .
and Mrs. B.
Mr. }
:\trs L. A, Davis! spent M. Davis. i daughter; days. ,
n Mrs. Mary A. Davis. Mr. and 'Mrs. George B. Flynn of Mr.'and Mrs. J. M. Davis Wednesday .Mrs. J. lluw'd you like to receive billet-Juuj like this; ?. ''. 'r

and son George, Jr., left Monday -afternoon.. C. TOKIC-The postmaster at At- A specially built typewriter, twenty- were shipped to the Underwood Per j'I
d Kalsden: of JacksonN for Gainesville, where they will ----- of' terday on City threw up his hand and one feet wldo, weighing fourteen ton manent Exhibit at Atlantlo City.
,I Equipment for the uptown pleasure '. [ : ittJ, alleged when letter 'y
the Baisden sisters spend some 'Ume. a and standing; eighteen feet high, was This typewriter Is a fitting symbolof '
IY floe of the Western Union has arrived who has !! feet ..hIgh and ten feet ,"cle. used to write this letter. The machine the largest manufacturer of typewriter I,j'
be Installed! In the I weeks In for transmission to Philip .
and will two ,
Slstrmtk \ adding and
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Is an absolute copy of a standard bookkeeping machines tf
,'to new president ot the
Irs. Jacksonville, telephone texchange buildingwithin returned and other office equipment im
U ii. Partridge iJC left Wednesday for Ullote Fisher Underwood typewriter but each J
ere visitors here Tues- where Mrs. Sistrunk entered the the next few day. Mrs. ,Madison *avenue New York.company.The type bar weighs forty-five pound and foreign the world countries doing buslnes and In lortY-*1K I ,.II..1
making a complete -
Riverside[ hospital for treatment. Ethel DailY tnlMtve, had to oe acne t>y the keys are even Inches la diameter. typewriter, boxed for shipmentevery I
Mra. O. J. Grtffln Miss as the pout omce refused to It cost (100,000 to build and the puts forty-five seconds fl'
during a
Johns of Starke was Messrs. L. A. and F. A. Canova. and' Owen Griffin with Mr. and A 3, It. occupied two freight cars when they hour working day, ,, ., -. ''. ,
'11 day transacting busi- of Jacksonville, spent the week- Mrs. 'W. J. Grlulii of Jacksonville, hens on --- ;\1:{
Butler 'Times.Pharmacy end In Starke with their mother spent Sunday In Gainesville as the his >fr. and lira. C. T. Seth She with apartments at the home of I Starke, and a daughter, Mru. C I
Mrs. E. E, Canova. guests ot Mr. *nd Mrs. H. P. Hoi- ber week was brought to Lake Duller to the Mrs Minnie[ Waver on North Col- V. Simpson, of Oalaesvllto. Mr.

carries ten I stein. ..f her grandparents, '
( Mr. Itus street, became quite III Friday Roy Edwards
dozen Is b1'hllJ
ream 'sherbet ,'l\lra. B. Brown accompanied
and Eloise Gerry
at j Dr.
Mrs. Jennie A. Lett and Dr. Austin Mrs. Berry :Johns motored to that his I. Mra. Dekle, for medical treat- night, and up to last night little wife and their little daughter,
and was accompanied IJer condition much change was noted In her con Lucille. Plant
Cary spent Sunday at Sliver Wlldwood Saturday profit in was so --- City Entdprt.sa.: !
Mrs. A. S. Crews of home Sunday by her eggs.. He : that she 'was able to re dition. Relatives summoned here f
Springs. because of her (linens include \
Lamb, who her "Enterprige"
Patricia chicks building
on Plnrt-
sister Miss to her home
among the business Sunday after
,None. J. W. and
her 1 flay Edwards, of las Avenue.1
and daughter short vlMt to parents crease: his
Jake Butler on Friday. Mrs. E. L. Stewart made a, -Lake Butler Times.

|l ier Times. Mrs. Gus Lowenstetn ot Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb ,, ...,,,,, iiMialiimiai t, i ,urea,, ,,,,?,,diWiNlWilwwinuini4iilWnGi,, ,, ,; ,:,,,,i ,,,,, ,,', ,,,i .;> iT?.,;,-;it*;im.it',: 'UMWICJII'' ;- -ifflSSS J
were guests of Mrs. E. Mrs. It. Davis of the Forest Pro. Iff1'-
BYls and Barney Mc- S. Matthews Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone, and I tained Laboratory, Madison Wls.? I. Starke Hdw. & Furn. Co.
Allen and little her
a 9-pound bass Tueal'i Mrs. May Blossom at Saturday looking for saw ,
at one"of the nearby Mrs. W. T. PIncher returned lion. Elmer who recently closed Sewing cutting second growth tim
Friday from' Jacksonvile, where their show in Louisville. Ky., spent. fruit salad He Is very anxious to find I I (Just opened in old Rosenberg Bldg.)
she visited her Bister, Mra. C. J. Tuesday In Starke with the Bais was served mill working with planing I Complete line shelf hardware
I Williams of Laurens Williamson,,for 'a few days den slaters.I guests; If anyone call furnish In- I f about cash only, at ', r
.f'l Sunday fqrl a two .tfyrtice as to such plant it one-third the price you've been paying. ;, t,
I with his nephew W. Mrs. S. F, U. rick baa return Mrs. F. N. Christy' who spent thews forwarded to him by Mr. L.
Ir. and ''''lff!. ed from a/pur weeks' visit with three months here as guest of her garet of the Southern Forest Good House Paint, $2.23 gallon, cash ony. ; j

ii j '< *. her son-in-law, and daughter Mr. son and daughter-in-law :!Mr and Malpas !: Station. _
rs. W S. Yefvfngton. and Mrs. J. C.- tampley at ,Sebring. Mrs. C. N. Christy, left Thursday II Complete House Furnishings-easu terms If E'
Pent the weekendr for her home In Tarentum Pa. Dr. J. M.. W. M. Edwards of Starke, 1 desired.

parent., Judge and Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Llmbaugh'l Starke her daughter and son-fn- HIRAM HELL, Manager 6 V'
ardiner ',oftb State Farm, Mr. William O. Koch left last count of I and Mrs. n. O. Daniel, / ,, ., ,r
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t $ ((1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE, FLORIDA .__ ---- -- FIU1Y, l.\Jtc'IJ_ 1l,
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HINTS TO the averag.. I
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Farmers & Farming i 1 Y

duce this in '
s ;t (fly rtRilculturnl/: Editor: ) WORK: 2000. En, "
tern whit
.,. IN A YEAR K ?"
; q h -- -. -- -- -- ---- I the home o'

j" farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles : :' '...:. A few dimple demonstrations of- Ing.
{ "
.. .: :
_ a y'.I' of Farm Experiences; and Methods FoundTo I : : :,' in will serve to show rural wom- Pensacohi

lie Best Suited Country { :: ':: .,: + ,. n how much time and labor cane 'worship to h
: ;? ;<::2'. Church, of f'll]
:: I saved by the use of a few 1mrovements -

-= : :,_ '.: and conveniences.For .
'. ; ; who is mathematically -
: Instance one P'I I ,
I 11'...
Cattle-Velvet Bean ., inclined might like to
I, Beef +::,,...>.i..::" '*'w '.. gure out how many acres or ...

;C .? ., '" 'rV\:',: :;' : fY'Yyv' psrs arts of acres of dlswashlng and Simon I'." I .
Combination Looks Good wiping' : In a year can be saved by I.tnu j'

srs 'M, ",y ,4 :, : .:."' -:'/' le use of a dish dryer. Figure out
I Lw lie surface area of the different Gem (. ,.
This Year t :' m I .:
;r t For Farmers I : lIe dishes, and the number of .fOp d

men they would be wiped dry in

t year, and see how much the dish FERT11, I. I iZESi r I'I'I '
k y ; (Spudu Johnson.) J Florida ore engaged in urging the : V would save.
fleeme! to me we farmers, eiJM -.
e citizens with those danger signs to A re-arrangement of the kitchen I
{ > in the general farming \l";
< lolly consult )r convenience might save a large
a physician. !
s. 11 l
al i 'a of the state have a pretty "Health Departments, medical a+ s? mount of walking during the "TIME HO ? ,'ill

good: opportunity to make a Htlle111fn.'v societies, lodges, chambers of commerce ear. It Is of Inetrest to take a TI- u CI:

+, 'with beef ittle this year.; public and private clinics all of twine or a pedometer and -- -

9 i h t, Tl'" > outlook for l boot Indicate are co-operating TalkH are scheduled )IC'r fd te how far one walks in prepar-

it Jr' dpilces. For i many farm crops by professional and lay: ig and serving each meal in one Our Brand'' \clc k

4 tin; outlook..! in not quite ..o favor- speakers using platform and radio l '0q Y p :"'' Q ay. Then multiply this by the ledged Stan. r ,/It,

t[ + ali ; there are motion pictures for umber of such meals tbat are or- Growers .u\ l JI L

7r 1 t r 'nr.i i Is a lot of land plowed up exhibition before physicians as! Inarlly served In a year, and see Judged all 5

n I rcndy to put Into crops this well as pictures for the public ii5b 6 'V V> ow many miles you walk in pre- nearly for*'
r l .KP.. +n n'" Instead of putting a tre- Many circulars, posters and other ; V p ; tiring and serving! /!: a year's meals.le.arrnnge ."Giving all 1\' mi fot,

'1 { I', us amount of this land I Iti lu printed matter have been distributed the kitchen for greater we get Instead ,' u(.|IUI(
[ '< .< which are not likely to lIell throughout\ the state. 4 a CV jnvenlences, and repeat the test we cnn for what w, Pi,

i v, II lu the fall, we should 1)llIlitII "Although tuberculosis U fifth ., ;a e S selng )how much walking yon Li the policy ,)i

\, ,' luuth as posftlble' of It In feed lu order of Its toll In human lives, (. .V VV :' f have saved.
c'' THE E. O CMLMljFEirnuzEii
ape. according to the Ilurenu of Vital It would be interesting also toee

Velvet bean seed Is heap this Statistics, It Btllll kills more poo 6I how many tons of lifting a coJACKSOM'IUE .

W S j ,'ar Velvet beans planted with pie between eighteen and fifty V. modern water system would saven FU

) )' corn, make excellent feed for beef than any other dim-use. These people I your home. Weigh a bucket of '-.

I or dairy cattle. The cows caD hai not only die prematurely, but

1 R v vent the beans themselves saving u nnel"essarlly-If they can be

di labor for the farmer. awakened In time to tho danger!
In .M'otlorm. of the state which are Indicated by the early symptoms." I kltrrl+IU

? tick-flee, good -bulls should be : Ibie'LV
build the quality : ITiE1z1wz' 'cr (
k 11 brought; In to up ptu,1x14Y1DM,
{ ) of our beet herd ,Florida bee J.
I KXTIUCTS: ritoM: ('Ot'NTYI .
not have good reputation -
doe a very
r I .'(a: TH' mroiu: i iI
better quality beeves
iei to put :
; I
'1 on the market. Beef animals from I WSwuli

; eight months to a year old whit Bay Twenty-five thousand

r have been kept growing from acres of land have been set aside 1 _

birth can be marketed us baby for reforesting.' Fire lines are being -'

I' beef to advantage. plowed through this tract and iulex3 R176N bE laooW1 e

rangers: are patrollng to control 4'III
r PRM-T: v.liiIFrvv-TF4Tw: : I tyvlr liii .bf
such fires might; get started
!snow .'LOnl.Ul'S. \ I'lt: as Joo lX> cit afro't'0'.l2'6'
LIVES IfHamS-r: UEI.U This project will be by natural re-,

+ seeding. ,
Martin-The planting of sprint
Tests conducted by the Florida '
tomatoes Is well under way. The
Experiment Station have show 1y1BGTc
last of the old tomatoes are gone.
that the Florida Runner. Jumbo,
.I The recent cold spells did not serIously -
z and Virginia Runner peanuts are
.1 a..C.
of this
affect the crops coun-
+ I I, the highest ylelders. The teat ,
ty. Since then we have shipped out I '
were conducted on the Expertmen t ..... .. .... uf-
carloads of tomatoes and .
three ... ..
; Station farm here and cover the, .. win IIOMrsOmce
they have netted the growers fan- Hen.\ WOMEN ARKIMPROVING' meat, exterior beautification, and
five period from 19J2 thru
( Buick
year clears
1 U26. cy prices. One grower claims to ( of n. C. Hunter &; Bro. HOMES: I every day good housekeeping.A yet

4 The yields of the different have sold $1500 worth'from one Architects.) In the
+ a average; number of other clubs
& varieties for the perlo acre. Economy in plan layout (no Jacksonville Fla. -Home Im- the ruts and gives
; home improvement -
Much interest is be- county are carrying on
were as follows: Florida Runner', Highlands; waste space) economy in exterior provement work among women of .
t 986 pounds, ; Jumbo 869 pounds; ing shown, In the use of cover i (simple stock materials) and the rural sections of the county i work also.' Miss Virginia head-room as well

Virginia; stunner, 785[ pound; Vllrlnla crops for the groves. The results I economy through sound construc1 has been started here by Miss I P. Moore, assistant home

Bunch, 783 pounds; Improved secured from Crotalaria last year 1 tion. An Ideal small home.A Pea-I Laffitte home demonstration 'demonstration agent, has been I In

t Spanish, (043 pounds; Spanish, were very good although there Is cellar and a generous attic agent. At a recent meetingof the county and scored homes in Buick's remarkable combination of modish, gracJ

v 6iJ pounds; Valt'nC'laI, \ G pounds! considerable talk about damage are provided. the Hogan club, all phases of all parts ot the county. After

a Allowing 22 pounds to the bushel, from pumpkin bug So far the The home measures 31 feet 8 In. the work were considered and these homes have been improvedthey ful beauty-maximum head-room-and ability I

zv ., t the yield Florida Runners \vu
almost 41 Bushels an acre for five, ; in most cases. The de- lot with a frontage of not less bedroom and living room improve- mine the improvement made.
mand for Crotalarla seed has been double-drop frame.
t years. than 45 feet.Complete .
of the seed --
F + very great; and most ---- --- ---- -
While the )leldu of Spanish were working plans and I
.1 somewhat lower than tho others. available In this county has been ,specifIcations of this house may This brilliant advancement, pioneered by Buii|

,. the, percentage of meat contained sold or engaged already and the be obtained for a nominal sum months I
f started. There i ago, places Buick far ahead of other can
season is hardly
I 1l in the Spanish IH higher, and pea I from the Building Editor. Refer to ,
; 1 nuts of the Spanish type. In the will bo a bfg Increase In the other House H-A-163. in beauty, safety and all-around roadability.

f Spanish, the percentage of meat cover crops used this year also. .
M '. la 75, while It goes as !low as .11 Dade-The result of overhead TUB F.tl %1E1t SEDANS $119) to $199 5 e COUPES $lmlDl)I
V y has been clearly demonstrated SPORT MODELS $1 195 to r$<1327
r portent In the Jumbo. The actual Irrigation: ----
In for the control of frost The politician talks and talks, euae J.a 1. .Mint.,r wrawear.v M GM.d.Glt..wa'
yields( terms of meat per acre frmlaktt.Th
j give: first place to Florida Run- conditions on truck crops. A grower The actor plays his part; ( matt damtlt,a

VtV nor, with 650 pounds, Spanish follows In the Homestead! section saved The soldier glitters on parade
running the The goldsmith plies his art I,
i" with 488 pounds and -VirRinla bin truck crop by
6 { Runner comes third with sprinklers until 10 a. tn. Althoughhis The scientist pursues his germs BUICKREGISTER I
: it 416 pounds. plants In the field were hang- O'er this terrestrial ball.

the sprlnkt The sailor navigates hIs ship,
t t Fertilizer: experiments conducted Ing in ice. by running I V
by the iers until It had melted oft' the Dut the farmer feeds them all.
Agronomy Department ot
;. ) the Station fall to show any increase plants showed no signs of frost : i iI iI MOTOR CO|

In yield wheu fertilizers: are damage. The preacher pounds the pulpit I ,
M '
{' An is under desk. j1lOIA
used. Four-year testa on Norfolk Manatee-- experiment '
andy soil at the Experiment Stn, way on the'county farm, testing The broker reads the tape. I STARKE, FLORIDA
lion farm showed sugar cane. The county The tailor.cuts and sews his cloth Pl11J'
{ by the appllcatlon I WHEN!! nETTER AUTO 0111 LEI!! ARE BUILT BUICK Wll I
t 4 of 600 pounds of land plaster. agent, through the courtesy ot the To fit the human shape. : i iI

With the ordinary; Spanish peanuts government has planted 14 resection The flame of fashion dressed in iI I .. -- .

I however, this increase was and one that is resistant silk ,
k. only 544 pounds per acre. to Insects and diseases, as far as Goes forth to dine or call, I
possible. Or drive or dance, or promendae. HAMPERS

v Tl'(1JoHTI.C: ( ; : I-UOHU: Wakulla-I have secured 10 But The farmer feeds them all. THEY KEEP GOOD : ,

rtetles of sugar/: cane hoping to finda ,. roll '10'I
I .... will "
r nm offering for nlr. lit that
Just how great the problem of vane that is well adapted to this The workmen wields his shiny p. *
first ..In.. Dean Hnnl...i>il. taut nw>
tuberculosis VI I Hnniper made from
prevention In the contestants In the five-acre corn tools. V
: State of Florida really Is was In- contests and they seem really Interested The merchant shows his wares; : COMPANY : .: olid hardwood hrniU. Shot fit ..10.... two wires ..Mni"1"' '

)h ) dlcated here today when Mr. Sherwood In securing worth while The aeronaut above the clouds ,. l.rml. Tull. weight. 4 1-S: pound complete. Ccimpnr
it ,; H Smith executive secre- )lelds. ,Mr. J. L. Trice Sr., of Ar- iV dizzy Journey dares. ,.. I of these llnniiier. wltli ..I h.... also compare mr prlc". "iiI'
t 'Ltry, of the Florida Public Health ran. owns a farm one mile north But art and science soon would II axkril bjr o VVV Y A !'latlon< made public an estl- of Craw tordsvllle which Is on the fade I ..At ,ill'
1V than :85: nt 2Oc: each TOIl 33: quart and :81:
mate that there are 3.000 active highway from Tallahassee. lie And( commerce dead, would fall :85 fur I.T5 for .la qnart .!..... and flJM: for 8S uonrt .1.l **
: I fc it unknown and undiagnosed wants to make it a general rarm.specla.llzing It the farmer ceased to reap and .hG'd i ,drra
< ..*" of tuberculosis In this state in livestock produc- BOW, I no fur ,|".IKI fur 38 qnnrf"kUva And S8.OO"' for :i': f quart ,I...

Mr. Smith stated: "The total tion. marketing a't least two,, cars For the farmer feeds them all. I Whenever you see a car equipped 1 I 7.1 for SI.1.IM: for SS: quart .!..... and 11I..00: for SS nil'" ..
s 'number of active cases both known of hogs: each year. This will be a Spartanburg Sun. i ii + JfNl for '111.50 for .12: quart .1... and tS.OO: for 2* quart ..

III i d. unknown are believed to numI model farm for Wakulla county We confess that we started off i years, you recognize a car owner who has real :2.1O for 10.00 for nj: mart olxr. and fll.OO: far :SH ,|nnrt.l I. j

) + I< about 9,000. This figure laai.lved says Mr. Trice. to the meeting of the State Exec- ; BM for 73.00 for 3:1 quart .l.... and 70.00 for :S1.* .nnt ."]
I i at by multiplying by nine Duvol From of conditions utive Committee with some mis- i ideas of sound economy. < "rt'U
survey x 10 M> for 13.00 for 38: quart .!.... and UO.OO for St: l
\ the last officially recorded number relative to the placing ot givings. Surrounded as we have quart ""
for' ).()) fur :2
*! $o.OO for 33: iiiiart aim and ,$ )/
I III t annual deaths. Experience been t In Holmes county by the old *
ac- calves with club members we an- "r !
(red The fact of the matter is whether ; All shove f. D. C. Lantry Flaw except will drl"
r during Intensive caso-flnd- Irlpate the formation of two purebred frIends and home folks of Hathaway you want r sl.a l
In- surveys shows that the total i calf clubs. The Jersey' and we naturally heard much of (OIMM)) at any Station on railroad In Maker. ,Bradford. |

a- tuber: of active cases which can Guernsey breeds will each be represented hIs great personality, of his splendid regular tires or Balloons, clincher or straightside ehna or Clay Coun len. er
\tte: unearthed la a community. with five or more calves qualifications and his bright I The ahovr prl..... ..... trlHr for ....h. My time

wj'ws a constant relation to the elected. from high producing an- prospects for a sweeping victory medium priced or low priced-you can't prlre nil be, SOf atrelghtwith, no dliieouat.

nu nber of annual deaths. This Isas cestors. at the polls. But would we \find .

nine to one. Two-thirds ol Leon-I have had eight farmers the same atmosphere elsewhere beat a Goodyear.That's J. HARRELL, Lawtey, Fla.

these, or 6.000are, known cases, come In personally to join the five- We hoped so, but sometimes feared -

y most. of them under treatment acre corn contest. Several more and doubted. But we must say .
VC ( One third or 3.000 are unknown have telephoned their desire to that we were more than pleasedby why more people ride on Goodyear tires I -- -

r: to themselves their doctors and j 6ln, It now looks as though we t the evidence of Hathaway':

," the public. will have twice as many contestants itrength encountered all the way than on any bther kind. I

t' "The problem of findIng these this year as In any previous round the circle. Unless the men 1 1I \

3.090 persona la now engaging; the we met were the prize dissemblers I I On Scratches or Skin Abrasionan

4 activities of the Florida Public jear.Duval-A trip was made to Havana of this generation there .was not I

t Health Association which U entering Cuba at the request ot the enough antl-Hathaway sentiment I antiseptic should be used to prevent filter:
on an 'early diagnosis campaign them to make a ripple on
Cuban government and sanctioned among rememberocm
which will continue thru by the board ot commissioners.The the surface.-Holmes County Ad- quick healing.Therefore,

VV (, oat the spring It will be financed 'purpose of the trip was to rertiser.

V r' by seal funds sale.. raised Emphasis In the Christmas Is laid. try give producers.Information Expressions to Cuban of poul-appreciation Daytona Beach.-Completion of Supreme Service StationNO. Use ]iOROZONE at Onct*

on the Initial premonitory danger were voiced through' lurfaclng Ocean Shore Boulevard Borozone Liquid a powerful antiseptic cleansei

'4i signs too easily tired loss ol f Cuban officials for the Interchangeof south of Daytona to Ponce de Leon and wounds and kills germs. Borozoneapplied "

I weight (indigestion and cough that courtesies. The visit will be Inlet started. PHONE 83I after the liquid,haateits aIlng.KepbothMror
if f ? hangs on. It is estimated tbat several the
r opening of a market outlet fort they plan to stock many of their I Soft B7
a i hundred people throughout Florida breeding stock, with which farms.[ I Store
Corpening's Drug
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: POLITICAL 1,1-, ..ii.I, i...I,". |n Stork... Jl
Heights : I Canadian Trout tho power vcxtiMl" In them thi. IJ'adr..1.. t',iimt\. .' l'iirlclm.. To-WIT. I
owe and Salmon! Await American Flies [ .VIITown Unit It..k. l". ated In the .
0clm. Co... 0 Announcements Hoard of Publlu limtiuctlon ofHraUford ot .Starlit' ., ,I.. 'undoes
a llrlen. : County hcruhy cull el"'(itloiiH North l hy Miidituiit KII '.,"i'"o5TtheEa" ..tnv '. 1 '
..... ........ to bv holrt", In Hampton CasWoodlnwn. Adnnifl "t"t., i n the. ngijth by :If
LaFayette. mrcet ; nml ...1tlll Weat'iy ''i
hiMuroh 16....... Poll U at ..nlllllln"8I11Dnt. .art'will o Iuh Ita ..II. dinlium. Now III VIM.il '. '' Mom,'no Ktrirt. Minn' l".'In*' IB the i '. ,, "r',' 'j
: In ndvaniiAnnouiicvmPltta '" SanipHim Hppilal, tax nchortl dlll- Northwest quiirtur of tho HoutSweat J' I 1

returned to 1 IIle FISHING MLn DW< run until tho' $10 pi'nch.imary nxrept at the dlstilotcounty follow 1..11'1". un HMturdny. April 7. 1928 toCM '1III1rl.'r.of Section Tw, .nu'-nlsrhi ft6> "
ing1 prlcpn
lolghtH on Fri. ollkor tK each. ... ,.t l tli ion truKtoes and asxvNR, the Township,wo Six(211) (Kast.D). .South: Han.ra !

8FUE: -- ""illawe for the next two years. For IE. KNIQHT .f

eI n.!r upending the FOIl III"IIII'JI' .tlu> puriiOHR of holding: mild ..l..>.tlonnin Hneilal "Miistar In hnnoary. I
QUE8 I hereby unnounca my oandliln< y 'iittwei* aro appointed as follows.Hampton. A S. SRJDWfl.
in Pennsylvanibbltt for RherllT of Brandtoril county, IIII\\>- I O. Hayn,, J W. Wat- Solicitor for Complainant, J" ,
and two chll, Jeot to tho notion. .of tho voters at the timed' A M William*: Canon MU 3-3-5t 3-30
primary of Jun-e 5th. If elected tIMonitno _\id..rll11D.. J, "hl..rauall.j.!. TI'ottiiKi ".
,d i Patricia Ann 01 the cltlsans of tho county '" ""woodlawn J. M, Rnslorfail 1\--; 10 III11WI'Uln AMI: IIIKI;.
.' and her motll, uttlclent law enforcement Impartial Iftlillt.rd. J. 8 Nurmun : tliuh.ini 1IDIIM ,
ly applied to on. and ull Tour nupiiort C. F...... H 1>. 'Va..dln. J. H Hiu-!, f, ),
Pa. left ----
of Urle will l>,, apnraclatcdW "I1"Now: Rlvor. Q W Andrown,
1"" wh,'rtf Mrs. Dab. SI ITCH BDWwVRDSt II M, Moody, Carl Wynn MamusnnJ NUT leE lit IUIIhy *lven to all
I.V' M Credltm'', l..!.ntottii. distributee*
) nn, Lester 1\lte. C PhllIlim -
in 'null fall 1* s. I ." and all pur.m.nM havlnjr. olalm
hereby nnnounoo myself a cnnilldnto against tho Kntati. gueift nry
u lie 01Int'l'Del'ember IW. KtCRLTTKB., Chairman
; for i a-olertlon to the oMlaif
13iown decentitM mo hereby rsqulroil
sheriff of nrndford eoullt)'. If ro- H B. WMuiNS, aeoratarr > lo pioaetu Iholl.Illm.. duly au- : I
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Jami/ s Houser 01 ;no;' ualItltlLM'tcil inn i \::\\:0: 'n I\ndf\ punt,or spara th A.IhentldutDcl Uarcllner, to County Inn Honorable Juilirn of Brad Qeo '

; tho woek-e: ,. \ ot tlia, oiiic.i. i aamostly olUlt 1I1.J'TY : ".tIU'l! VI'IOV OTFlNotlco ford County Klorliln, within one \
of the vntnrs In the
I the ouniioi l year fiom dato hereof for his apnioval -
';, at the
""Huln. primary. Hi-Mpaatfully, or UilH notice will bo nelil In
r ironts, Mr. and I' ", J. 1i1PPJaRIJON: IM hoinl.v. !given thnt thoi bar thereof, And nil 1'on8, In-
'"-i-slstrtttli bonkH for tlio rewlatra-.- c!..ht..d to tha aatil. llanrv r Brown
i: POH "'t''I.t1IIW; \ \TonI .tl 1>>11\ of VQtertt will h.. "1"11In Hie dlffi'i'ont Batata are reauentecl I 1 to their
C, ople from Key. To tliw I'oiiiuci..rttlc Kiliiaturs of precinct of the county fiomM .Kara debts fortliwltli to tlio jmv timlnrHlKttad -
I I Klftctnth Sonatorlul' District of .MKliiv, March Etb. I 1:1:>JS, iinlll Moilrtu Administratrix.Thin .
to Oalnesvil I'l,.i'I<11. I ii>xp< ctftilly' no licit your \', April 2, 193. anil thnt lh. following the Ith < of Kohrimry. 12: *
thr art exhibit, "roitnunt fur numlnatUtti In Juno t>rlni will servo as deputy I."trle-! KKNKIIBT'f'A UUliXVN and
Stalu Si-liiitor for RaidIMMtilct < n .ul'iii t officers:
11 v a" :\iiii tAURA WVNN IIISTOV: ,
''n Hotel Thorn which coun- nintrlit lo. 1.-Tt-4-ll AUniliiHtratrlx.OrlCM I .
; : : 1.1" ::. rrr..t."e; ,:
llowlng, people tl ,H ul (,;nlon t y\ Koberts.UlHtrlot t L
., BVMRIiiTr! M. JOHNS No I--Btnrkfl! (north) RnyNcWHom. :\ TO (C'O'NTItC1OII!
i and Mra. C. II. / '
hrylock, MrsLecman n. ron T.\x ('0'.1.1':0'1'011': District No, 3-Stark* (south) J. i'
Having boon urmul iiv' my friend VMi n iran.DlHtilct ffinliMl bid will be rcicelvi-.l bv the '.
'.\ xMiiho and illnK that Lam duly qftaliftad, No. 4 Orahd.ni O. B. Rob- noM.ul. of Monil aVustvas: of tliailorcllounlv. /
Misses Ger. I hviobv announce'" mvHolf .u. oandl. ", 'h. 1' loi'lila. \t the olllitt. of thrt 'J
'I date for Office of Caunty Tax Collo ni trlct No. Hampton, ,T. V j.'fa'I'II: "\' ; '1 )ilio lioa.r'1 at Stark' ,
Oorothy Jenklii < top: for Mi ad ford Otinty, Plorldii, < l rk p. m. nf March
.Kubjocl to the Uamocrutla Primary "lilstrlot No Therossa, Mrs. PUlstflf 37th. II'I.! l mul' nt ( hat tlmu publicly
Helen Ogrde
i I next June, M opened foi\" IOIIMII,'in. \till.. .*. < oinpl 'tlnni .
Ann Shryloctilth W 13' TOTIODW.I No. T-N w Rlvor M tt. J"nnn. towing I umd* or ni <'II""H"t n"nda, I i iHradfuid
< Anderson and II I UI..trlct No. Brooker, O B ColIt UoufftyHouil
n I hereby announoo tnynnlf a oandldlntu "". No, 3tl-ltonil 1 to JUiu.il 4 b
for the offlca cf Tax Collootori C WALl... Oearire l' W T Walker and i>f nrudfmd County I nollclt tits Supervisor nt Res. Road Ne. Vamlorhilt !Sob ,..I! .
,i' and Tommy ot Hiippoit of tho voters, of I lha <'OIJnt.F1: ;.1 2ttHI.: Bradford" County llond It by Ham Whltoln.M\..
anrl If elect oil.. promise the Road No. 40-1\011" 1 J to N.M nir
""nt the afterno illBOhnrtfu of the duties of said oftlcv )\C'I'I(till at at Ion by Ban Renfroolloud .
1-Ms Sunday Mrs. No in-Moiul A to noiiil *
I O. A KNIQHT t hy Will Andrews. '
two boys enjoy< Tn circuit court. "Twentysixth Road No IT Brookar to Now Hop .
With winter snows dispersing rapidly Judl li l Circuit Bra< 101'STI .Jl'IXJI"] \ road by O. W, Kn. m.
atlon. here laW lt
r : and lea Into lakes tlmt I,AVIU b* a Kim.Ida In r'hancery. I
dissolving and
I hereby nnnounoo Road no, 4C-UoaA Mo 1 to JJe" !
streams, with the rising of sap and oanilldtito, for ro-eltirtlon to tho ofTlceof Mm' M (T"reRn.) tevlton, Jotnl (Hope' Mililtro. by Olio Bun y. ,
County ot Brndfivrd County l bv M. Lovlton. her hUll ball. anti Road If Road 1 to Doan 1
No. -
A, Wilson Bpellt budding of trees memories ot angler -t. -.::? Florida Ju.tfe' to tho OomoorattoPrliuaiy ""X f'lend. and Ft'"l ao..,' IlilclnB by Joe Kelly. .

\\I the home ,of Mr. awaken picturing streams where one 'm./.zHT7qN >>:" 1N7rq O : to be hold 1 Junv 5th., 1928. I..ter.i Hotid N,'. 85-Hi' k Church to ...J..I.
would wish to nuh daya Your iMippoit will be apu| < late Mi'Lain of lute
11 i strenms In the Lake Edward district A (3A1UHN1BK.I ) ; vs. ,ud Vo ij Kiom Hal\1l.lnl1.Kn ;(
north of Quebec City The Province t ("ii-oriro W. Colo, ot 0.1. utoiMi. Ili.lirhtM' It.Ull. tlirouu n. n. .'
"Wncn even the blue .
deep '1'11: ,o\II"i1'1CIIOIL! p"rallllunlN tint' "\ lii i ie\n. .. in. .state lloiicl"No : 'sHiuid
I n Uydcf and son.a look glad of Quebec has a wealth of attractions horoliy aiinoiiuoa to the public <;(.t1c'. ii ixl Order In Kult 1u <|itlet No. H2A--Kiom Slata II u"4
student at tl for the sportsman No portion ot the candidate friV tho oftlcoof Till., rte.rn .
And qlnctnciss breathes from tbe that I urn u I I' 40 I 1:1:1 to (load NCI. .,.
In Oalneay North American continent Is more Tnx AHHOHHIII mibjnot to tba will noniKD. w CollHitimicl H.iiiil, No II--Worn, Hampton ....utiio "
( irlda. IIintlxJ. .
blossoming ground, ,'nl"I' ut the co ml n it D mu- I'luinijidon' fohn Darliy John
fish and of tint Aliuhiia' i oiinty Hue
.: evening vlsli richly endowed with game ,'rn lie J'lliunr} ."I""Un.t" to be hold [ J II nurby, JoMnph O. AIiiirvs Total. : :lellWth:: ; Of tUl'UCi |>lc>.JetlM ,lit
The waters of Nova Scotia New The Innumerable rivers streams, June 5, l')2S!) In unkliitr tnlIliliiUII
i l I U; tone Heights forest oCter thoroughly famlllnr I ;. : H Canova ami mm, n, U .
Brunswick Quebec and Ontario nave lakes and great stretches of will say that I am 1 leu of thci Item* on whlih pro
M Almon Carr, i iarrlT or all their devoted followers I for almost bewildering selection to the with tho ""lies partalnlnwthxreto 'uhovu. anil Knn, Hluion: ilitrkenielni.1. } jiixnlti are ilaHlred l ai* us f >llow; >
waiting an
1 Nnlloniil llrttiKit .
the KfilolKh
,,1ut"'l. .
It '
and proml, \ Clearing: nnd irriiqbln I 87 1(1( a. i .itJCxcuxatlon
(>d In Keystone the Ice to disappear Those angler man planning a hunting fishing or will llHuhitrvo Ihr ihitlxB of ..al.l oflUf North Carolina, HBinuel n Iluhmiil 1)0,167) cubic I, yard.*

i>.'"av. March 10, i to are always eager to try new fishing canoeing trip. The trout season In In I ho Hnmo IHM nonnl-firtlclent rtmlth anil Brothe/in. Cutiillml Houil nt.'hyn" KiiiOltiK, It'll ita.Ions -
I have ,\. !1 bill. V .T. Shlpmun, Arm.11'11' -
ami toutis man nor that ray ,
: 1 to cou ,
grounds and they will have new Qiwboo province Is from May .
nd daughter-ln-lo. oithif
tho collootor .. diitlcx--anil will be on Cater. mul Company. If Untrnated structural llmhor. IImi -
I< E. Carr. waters this year according to Wm irenms-a week's fishing for the September 30 for speckled trout and the job whmi you ronn> to mal. your J.' tlio' ahovn an.>. |\lvln. or In <'xKluuie kr n !M.IB .
Barber Hnynes. writing In "Outdoor ,uUmon of the Resttgouche In New from December :3 to October 14 for the l'otllrnll-lllve mo a tilnl, I will anlircolnto nnrt If ..1.."" or not In oxlM. huh pipe iMiU.'itii IIJ: iin ft
people are regl; Life and Recreation" The latest bid Jrunswlck lake trout.Ontario's. It. ami will show my nppro lume. ( hen to (tin, \nor, their ur Itahi 84 lln-li pine ctiivertx' ill:t ) lln fi
week 'k. I eornnntlyHO .IK', luwnleeN. (,lantonH dovlnoen, : .
one Inn this : i-lBtUin by my woi All Work to be clone In inn
for the favor of the sportsman is the The season for salmon In New most celebrated troutcountry tint your support. .UPi'crn, li'mil r..pl'e..u\l11I t"... orMHlHiift with tho plans ami l ItiMtruetloiiH K''HJllll
H "E. Banta, Ch opening of part of that famous Jrunswlck is from May 24-September embraces rivers and streams Mrmt Sincerely 11. W. 1IAYW8 ; and tn all 1'.r..nM. firms Ullciilnl' I puivl ilium.,

Patrick E. Nolaii salmon river the Restlgouche to any 10 In the Rostlgouche River and Its north ot Lake Superior whose names incl Jenrcor CMII" '|)oi place ittlonn I of whose bii I lmm mime In, renl-unknown 1t'1''I..lon":r ; !prciiional 1 ninl tottUttct -
llraelfurcl iountKiu.h
W J. Keneal; sportsman: who can pay a sum for a ;tributaries sucli ashing is permissible many anglers are already familiar t hnrnhv announce that T am offlco a can-of lo oomiilnlnantx' thnt nrn IniciientiMl bid muni be .aci..\.IIIPHIII, ,. .i! byx

j l Mtl! Oerda MelgMrs. days. Dshlng Heretofore It has been :rom April 1 to August 13 only, the with A bungalow at nip la In this ,dhlatu fur( .. roeloctlnn SRor of l"xe"to tho of llradrol'il In ihone cctrtaln plo lielnii<,... urlianilM In oertlflecl uhei'k or lilililitn liomliniulo .
county as of Innd ami .
Arthur Cuninvllle impossible lor ariybody to Osb the Imlt Is 30 per week The salmon sea- section for those who wish to have county, riorliln nubjoct to tb* f<'tnike' Prndfraiil lylnsr eounty, Ploi liln, payable" to H *f I.Intt: hi WM.( ,

: Mr and MrOavtona Restlgouche unless he tented Dfiblng ion la Nova Scotln from February 1o greater comforts than a tent and wl..hflH nf tli. vctters and. at solicit Iho i omlnu ynurMupport !; known ami clestrlliail 'ai. follow! to- mount hall :: "VI.It. ;an evldenc flvu PIII u of nut'. '''I.rr"W: .

water for a term of several No 31 outfit affords The season bere nrlinurv election, If iiuniuvdlha
Beach 1IIr. years August camp In askll\I for relectl<>n. I SIT n amiH.lKhl unit a> a tiarantee!"
of T.otH
; money could set; a. day's fishing or aweek' Quebec s trout streams are many opens May I. Distant fields are always loeoril' >-coiirlroii.., ofllclont TluWont hiilf I'l! oontrnct the bidder will ox..nh.Ihe .
li a )
< > HO rm : ( S) of Htork NlMHtoen' ( IIHl boiul
O Broadhurst, Day-; Qehlng Now the province ban ind widespread and are easily reach groen, and distant streams appear ami hfllpfiil nrvlrn to the l>oi oclirjmil, ulnl, of the Town:: ofi contract and tflvo an re-

<. Dla Vrooman Da] made It possible for men In ordinary ,d from en-stern States making them 'I more green while pools grow ,noopln. ot llrndfnrd. twill county\ cnntlnuito amiHhouWl ;:i vi In. On> name lii'lnu' u tililp: orI 'lulr.I.The rlrbt IH "leHtitveil tu rojei..t any

Mr K V Dlckmail circumstances to put up money Icservedly popular with Americans darker as Imagination pictures fishing yon tbnt fuvor.nmo m bulpful mirvlun I ind 112 1-2 feet wide (Cant ilncl 1 hiiiiml' Went nml; nil bl Blvo you 100 f 't Morlh nnil Kputh, hefl
\\l Mr and Mrs. JaB. enough for tbe realization of anglers Satisfying sport Is to be had In tbeC' days In Spring. 1 I linvx Klvnn i In tho paxl. Vwry ro- :ill:> ciit lh North 1 by Iniiiln. nf Hvailnil : .Plan n at* th and* oltlce"p.cltIOl\lInn.of I the county!mav engineer

ap8etfuly. County Bank uml .1. T. nnaveiiuov the office of the M.H'r"l.r,
Ocala T T Auberr: or at ,
N.J !!L..
D c .TounM, on th ICntit bylumlH at thn boanl at /! ...
,::1 I T J. Lee JackaoiD But tile people ot }Florida we T 1'1'111.11! IN1 ,- of A. M Dnihv. un ou I lie Ho' u tilliy U.: /Itarke'r ;'' ',
1J1'1'11t1'\l'I'I'I'\Inl-1'; MticllKon treet mul cm tha Wentt Chairman..
Smith Jacksonville\ ; r Individualize Wave In Hair IfYou'd believe recognize and value KOIIH NTH I t; llOt tot >Vulnut stiuetOHKKTINd C. A. FUTCII.Beiretnrv. .
clLlltll'tBln l '
nonounclriu .o.s a : of
[i S. D. Arms JackaoiB In You urul null you l-3\-tt-S-3t: .
New Hathaway for 'Yo'hat he Ii--na honest rneleotlon to tho olllce of SUtet'lnlenlh"t lire bemliy. iicitlfloi) that you have.
Vincent, M. of t'ubllr Instruction olUranford defenclantsi to n Hull
Be In Sivim Eugene liHun named NOIK'
id Mrs. J. B. Howard, Says man who IB alao a Htrong man county, I i>roml.. If ra- bmuHrht (Torenn ) T.nvl-
iiorfurntanue te''ty: r.'d : ,
'elected., th. narna fnlthfnl lon :: M 'II. hei hiiHbnncIn
1 Miss Borcberdln and an able brave and enlighten of t tho dntlen of this oltlca anilto nil next fill 1 l ieomnn Itc-irtHt In Circuit Court, T""ontv-IIIla :
91 ed one. He l11aYII> no trftoks. but maintain nil Krut an lnleri>Kt Init r, who rl'i"I In Ilielr: aworn hill Judicial Circuit. Bradford County,
: ho wolfaru of tne chlKlrtn dnrlnKtho on file In thin ofllr Florida. I IIIr'L
of lomplnlnt. now
.... -- cannot 1)I n trlt'keel-ell lier And he ( next four yearn an I hivn: In the. >., that they I alo the ownern of tlin
approaches the electorate not ona luiHt I horvby nllolt:: jvaii" vote. fri* jclmiile I Itle; Ihnroto.I anil 1'rnynlor u 001'porn-tlon, ;
.................: 1 a rlt''rp" lemovlna cloinlH. iiil.n| rialntlffvs
basis of what othi-ra have done! ItiK title. niicl forever rleiirllKf. nml

BROOKERLnle : or fat]..d to do but o.n tho simple 1 horchy nnnounte n, ni-If n rnnillilatn ..""r\l''nll'\ l ho lltlo to until. land toi I.yman a Pact, Charlen n QelHlei, II.
fur the nfltco nf 1I\I..l"Intell'l-: omplalnuntH, unit clerrpuliitt that th* nJ.\ It, Lawrence,
I.. 4Salney. Cor.Varh : basis of his own olenn and conspicuous of I'nbllc IiiKti.uctlnn of Hradfnrd t omjilHlnaiitH I lulu and oI Koocl JDvfemlunta. ',
record, of service to hla Countv, nl>Jnot to tha action ofth ;mil niiffli: lent fee fllmpltf rlell aliHolule TO T-YMAN (I. PRBT CII,MITn 'i. I "
). .... ......... primary Jnnn Mb I earnestlyHollnlt lii nml to Haiti< lunil", annnllliiK IIIUH.rnn: j. 11. I.AWIII',' ,: f
state.-Jacksonville Journal vote nml mippnrt, iiml IIolcctod mil liu'ln volil ami' Inliiin.rlKht A Nil Alr OTllUH KHHO\8 '
16 --Mr. E S, your I promlno In roturii, a fair d"l'l' ur Intc'rent; : ..111" ,and I 'rfHlldli'rNO:
Mclntonb-Oranae Hill"Farm anil linpnrtlnl I udnilntHtratlon: of the nil .ofhei( iiernoiiM, flrtiiH litul iiniiointloriM You, ami eitch of you are hi '
|f Plant City was the din affairs. of the olllcn, devotlna" my th..r"ln.I'r notified that tha abovo! Htvlud. ">,r
.. hit mother Mrs. loaded its first solid car ot oubbage limn and eneruy oot the _n cern.lit fH TllKltMr'lORIO: Onn, rtl was InHtltutnil In th. ahovo B I Iinirt
rerantly. tho CKURO cf odiiciitlon Hint y'\' ii, the DII111 ,ilefunilanlH. 111\11'<"( ,' on thw :25th day nt Junua v .
a mdavCo1 n""p 01 not named known or unknown. I), 1920 nod on that ly a W n futtaphmont
A. tJ.uHfiIFFIIII I IJ ilhnnnt ,.o..klc'd.. nort-ieMlili.til' ornihirwlNe wan duly iNHtmcl. II..i i
visitor i .
on was a <:I.IIIK''M PI '
> \ \"I \ I. rvi ..aIH'i.I'C'OIJ'I'W ,
that I "nil .101 uiijii-iir" lo I 1ho lilll of and levied l I.y the Hhnrlff of i l lfiinl
Tluirsdav.. r-t I\U s i tnp>'( tlully iinnotintn Hvhlhlteil aKiiliiut / the 2fiih' 1 I
of County ,'o"'I.I..lnt" no you county 1"lol'/dn.,1I /
Conerly and Mis a candidate. for th" oflli i Kubjort. to I nr lii'Tom Monday' April ,Uml, A it January A tl 193*. upon the fit
Monthly ftlU.II'flLl I *tatf>men1 of Htiiu. .ilnti itdent. of He'hoolH of (..Imr I 'T.I: 112:! before the Clri Hit Court offtinilfcirU lowliiK ilnncrlhoil tnal I fiHtnto. I ILliuilforil I.
,. 'li ser were visitors awtii Mniilfuril county' I"T tho mouth ofCJ.n..rnl 'Hit* rulcn and r'.!MrulittluiiH IID 'bald onl County, 1 Plorlclii. to nnnueri .miiity. t'loililu. TOWIT,
\' J. :;a>i.Dory, II2H >umorratlc i> tntIy .nm In every Hi" null) hill of c omiilalcif, no ox- I'UOl'EHTY OP fUAULW! R.
l u n i. rih I fil l rnIIIim whli'hi I dioiaricitTho
Futiilt till.Hoil awitltiNt" you
[ a basketball game at Mai Jan, 1. ID 2* __ ._ 1234A way ouallflwl'. I) to uriil ictvii: :cominitnnt tlm :ilntlun orvIcK ofth I clniie" of: this court will lie: enleruilivjnlnnt HOII ill half of Southwest nunrer -

i .. night between the Iton.lptif rturlnK luvnth ., H.I,05. otfli f I'lnclent anil faithful yon, of Nortlmaat ijuartor, oxcent tliaWent
Wim-nid durlnir nmnlh ______ J44,8H IM i1ftlnir H ,ilutlwx full of thf ofll Tlie IirmJfciril County Telnnrnph, Five in run, The Wont half. of
boys of each town. Tin Bal Fob 1, man ___ "_ 21.13 tllniharge. nf tho nlilllty I re- nuh'iHheil' In' Htarke Hraclfotil' loiiny. Northeast quarter .of Siiuthoant
iC f: 20 in favor of Starkii.irl Kluip niKl. orfrlture FnntlHal < a. to thn host. of my' Florid:>, l hereby{ denlvnitlHil t UKhe limner and the Northwest quarter
Jan. I, I'fltt .._._ 8097 niiectfutly .I.| ynni nupportlliiiiport f \ newdpitpar, In wnleh 'thin not himil if HoiitliouHt ciunrter, nil belnjr Intiictloii
, ; and 28-19 In favor) llHiHltTN durlnR month ._ 174110' Tn.FHK t full. LA, JOnNE oriler ohall lia ptilillnheil 01110 a.veek R Two (J9>, Towimlilp. Blctit
1 irke boys.P WarrantH durlnir month .. 1H2 47 C for four nnneortitlva. weeka, ((8)' South Hanita Twenty two (22)
Xial. Feb. 1, luiS ,860:60Miuul roi'itTI AVITNIJHH:! my hnml R* clerk nmli I'n"t.:
Gainey O. W Barry Kami niinir' to the voter ofRiadford shy Lewis Shrlver wen Hal Jan. 1. 1IUH _- __!1H1.U horehy nnoun that< 1 itm n pandl- I he 21th day ot February. A C>., The Norlhoanf 'quarter of NorthveMt -
Itecrlptu .,ilnrlnn manlh __ 8709 County of Clerk of Circuit 1828 nimrtor of Hectlcin Twelva (IJI:
ling to business in Stark W-.rrn.utii durtnn muaUh date for the olUco Kratoful toev..ryone a w, AtnnnMAN The Went halt of Northwent quurer -
UuJ. Pol. I, 128 _.._. ____.3635.15OutNtnnillnir Court I far nhall their.ho dupport very and vote Clerk of lrciilt Court of NortheiLKt quarter.: The South
KIIIM! to be held on Hrailforcl County FlorlilnIly : iiilf" of Northennt ritprterr| ami tha4i
P Ward and children, n L Jan. 1, 1B2S 23.42 .nt tha primary olnrtlon 5th, 1928. IlavlnirNnrv C A KN I' 111 r.: ,>"' hea"t quarter of flection Twonythree -
to Sun- Itaeelptu: durlnw nmnlhVBrrnnts ,. .'::.: Tnomlny June In thin capacity Deputy Clerk m) 'I he West half of tha
Graham last
over \ during month .__ **!! the County In familiar with my A. K. cunwslollultur (Vent half of Section; Twenty-four ,.
noon Hal. Feb. 1, IHIlT .___, .23.f3 alrnady. everyone will bo alltho for Complainant. ; Tho North half of the North.
I'Ubedla Jose- U'ld.'tw'M Prn.l<.nHal. work and your. .:aupport.':rlted; by mo. I --Kt.t.9": : i'O. of Northenst cnmrlor of North-
Plnholster .Tan. 1, 1II8S' _. __ __ -. :48 .65Kec more i>i faithful sorvtce, ..taut quarter. of Section. vsnty-nlc: I I '
,.(: er and Lois Gainey .Jt. Surlnit month _..' 12.10Wurrtintn prom I... continued U. W. ALPKHMAN (.\M'I'II': '' M \ 1.1,1) 20), nil belnit In Townnhlp ISIfcht i

( ors to Gainesvllel Sunday tiurlntr month 77 DO 1), South llan.. Twenty-two (21Jimt. > .
Hat b I'-lliiH -1 42175AKrlmlf FOIl 1n P11F.'II-'TATtVPl!' N..lI,'" I.. herehyClv..n ltiAt unit..rnllli .
iiml. Pjjn.l I hereby announoe to the pnbllathnt by "Irt.." tit that "orlnln J"loal You and each of you ,are herebyeciulrecl '
hher B. Y P. U., every BaL' Jan' 1. 1U2H 41(119rrirlplH ( : 1 am a ramlMnto for rtepraentatlve '""'r,,.. nt tBr..ur.. 11I",10. Fllh.I'V In appear In nld iau.a ontnmluy
durlnir aionth t 11 10Warrnnttt Brndford rminty, subject the 2ml, dnv of April. A. I>.. Lt
night at 7:30.: Everyone during month to tho will of of the votern at tho com- :T ,: .1 ,rai.. { :r FU; a. : II2H, nml therein fall nut or Juilcnent -
ItnL Feb. 31 J 42* 29llnllillmc election to will be entered" airaln t you.It .
) attend. mnrntlo Primary
run* !Irijr 19211 In solicitingvour :: "11 nCIr.tlltf(1fl { ""b"ln t'a: In 1 nidereil thnt thin notice benitillBheil

will) be a school breaking naL Jan. 1, 1U4S -__ ____ 7.56 he' hold""Juno,,port.6th.I promlHO If elected .. ,I kinK. .1,1, ,,,.. ..r the 241 h ..1'1111.,1"Ireull. ,, ., In the Hrnclford County'eleKraph
iJxt Thursday and Friday Iterclptdurlnir m nth -. ._ Iruo and faithful aervlreiclve. ma a IIrn Warr'Lnta' clurlnfr vionlhUBL ____ 'n"nl"l ,'
trial I will try to make my record wh.. '" .1I" K.b. I. 11128i __ 7J 8Urailford : the IfimornMe A K. ,
KUI'b that. at the expiration of my ...rtain ('U"Ne wh..r..ln )o.lwllrll; l1urllH .

County !Jfaroh! Int. 193! term Kood yon. will anil nay faithful to me nervant.. well ilonnthnu : h..IIIr.; : "l: ':.:t {:I'I; 1'} ':. l; "r: tdklnn" Clerk Ju.lgB ami.aa also thn O.noal. W of Aldorttan thfeourt -

................. tit Florida Fabruary. l"t, 192S8ata I I .Harneatly solicit your unpnortJ .Iwar T BARNES, 1111 tlpeel,1 M..I"r. will ... .11r" "'Icirlda, thle the '5th clay of Janury. -
L _.!.er !l>y. certify: I that. .the. foretrnlncniai : ,' ,'n..h. I.. th.. hltch't'' AIt,1 he..t blolInr. A L>. 1021
WTEYf. "m"ni. or in.* ft oeii in anri warrantn n-I ,, In (rnnt of thlt ('n".t. 1/"..... d..r O W Af-DKnAfAN:
Marie per li".u..cl apvulnst' the fund4 ofTiradforU T hereby announra myftelf aildate e Clerk Ircult! Court,
). P.. Individualize: the wavi | :'-" ro shlnRle or a Queen ofbrunr)7 I ofllce of RonrvaentaIvit i HiarKe, iiaiirorci 1."h.i'iorla -
Flarney, Cor NEW YORK rnunty for th month for the I : 2nd I 19inirlnur ,\,. H CTIKWH:
Afondav. April ,
re .
would have > <1onTMently on
to bela mnent. She .. tS2 Is tru and jrn-rot-t to In the next te rliilunirt an 'W
.......... ..e : In your hair, girls. U you want gardcd as mad crazy, Insane bad sho. the bent oC Jtnowlerlg'ft and htllefO r..Iy upon the of wipport UradforilMiumty. of"hn I ,Ih"*. "...r"OAA the l IltK'of ''praflufvlniy I bourn, of.intfl. sale Plnal, for Attorney for Compalnnnt.1-1-f t- .. ;
thn swim. of the beautician In charge: W At.Ol' H IAN. riamocrntlu eloctorsj
March 16.-W. H. Ed- Fashion" according to that Inter demanded Clerk of thu circuit. <'ourt, .
hair style, M 'Look at me then clip and curl accordingly iirndfonl, cOllnty.Oy !. I... FMZF.I'']
ado a business trip to national authority on I' f. KNKIHT, U. ('. -.. ... "

He Tuesday Eugene of London. Paris and Hew today the pendulum< has swung I herebv announce myxelf OH aamlldate ..

, I Ifrs.! J. B. Dye and two Tork demands their permanent that women wj'"j!particularize "per- to But the other extreme. Women art demanding ('L.nK'S lupon.rnwport .O..eAu. ropianentatlve for nomlnuttnn In the for IvKlaln-thi- of- I, YES We can clinr.qe your

:'aksonvllle' spent SlIn1 hair cuts and permanent tit the f'lerk of Clreult ure from Uradford county, ,,tibju. I

\1 Dye's parents !Mr.M sqnal'When waves.bobbed hair And permanent waves that are as exclusive as tfceii Court: In and for Bradford County, tn tM action nf th Juno** emotratl nth, 19'S- brlinrv IflectMl STORAGE BATTERY In'J JSmith's
,\ clothes. They are tired of answering Florida, on account "f Taxew a"a .Hd to be hold .
Blanchard waves first cam In said, U. Eugene wants for lha rear, 1928E. I prom I... faithful ami .nn-I,
E Burney and children\ "the fastidious were content to look to other peoples names. Tbey : W HAYHW. Tax Collector ", ,pntloiin n..rvlfo nml roapectfullyollclt
distinctive halrdreas that will not I'.per the support of All Prmoi"'ruth:

r 'ai days of last week exactly like their fellow-women, providing only bring out their particular charms To bal due oantx F.b. 1, 1924 .-. _12, 96.24 vnt"r._T N KD.VPItUyon ; : |
,11. of course their fel1owwomenlooked ___ .. 10,184To I ""e0.
? < with her parents their personality display I By amt collected -
P Mr\ smart. In those first duys of but emphasize baL dun Mur" 1. 192)1 _.-.IZ.li81J.81 "- lIt'p.n".oll: nvTIOV IU1GI"-1 r
H v Skipper. coiffures were to advantage their specially A irrlrulttirnlTo Garage

rrles are coming In the hair revolution brand names pretty chin and give them that.aura bal du. Feb. 1, IU8 _- 12B9! 0riyamt. T hereby. announce.that I am a can' J
like shoes by dl".t". for tho ortli. .. of ,miporvliiorf
of ordered or Intellectuality ot collected ... .__, If) 64 I
course everybody Is or numbers. It was the customary ot sophistication To bal, dUD Mur t. 192 125*.86ICiM rell'lIItration for Bradford county, .. .
sweet Innocence which they so do t elected I will (five my very bHtITorti -
for a woman to enter a .l .! llrlrfB:* Ilonil x
thing!; then an Ins sire." To bal du* Knta 1, I9ts/ 18.118.1i8 toward i.arryln out the duIH : .:- _===-
LHarrell demand
has and > ami, I ollclt your
a pretty beauty shop p U |Jo Tumiii t of bH) ntnci ,
nip patch on his farm a lP.8I. ;I -e--Ma'-.i : ,7K,0&.74; .jpport at the June primary I

from Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Tbede. Dr. Hathaway Is doing little U Ida..... P..n.I".. Fa.... If f AVAr.T.SIKMBKIl .
Lawtey and besides To bal. due Feb 1, 1928 12(19( .62Dy
the Jr. !ipeaklng. spending most of his _. 10,64To NCIIOnl HOtltU |>l4.TIIKT .
p markets In other Mesdames J. W. Andrews amt cnllvctril 3 J. R. DAVIS & CO.
1928 1258.9SCounty
due Mar 1.
!Is supplying the Law- and n. L. Biggs\ were visiting In line In winding up the details of bal. Mrbaol I hereby announce my candidacyi I

with thfs nice vegetable. the great road building program To bal du. t i..i>. 1, ms .25,3924s I. a member of the m bool boardoin ,
Monday.Mrs. will Klvo
Lawtey __ 112,115'' IXntrlit, No. 2. and
M. Lewis has moved his J. H. Carradlne and daughter Which Florida has seen cover this To Fly bal.amt.du. Mar" I. nlll-..--_25.179.HO n 10 dntl. a ot tha oino, ; .. my very fit bent to iii

tore In the buldlng for- were shopping in Jacksonville itate with paved highways during 'omitr Poll J."t ttentlon me. If Your the aupport voters IM see.01l"lt..l INSURANCE
tupied by the postomce.trll. Tuesday. he last two years. But in Fort To By bal amt.duo ooll Feb.<>ctd 1,.-192S -_ 1.00''and will ba appryjchtUd, If P MAY

f E. E. Burney were a Myers the/doctor started the ball To bal. duo Mar, 1. lUll 716X10 ('UI'1\ITT t.'OMMIIOIO'Kf'lt.' I)I IT .1 I

:'In Jacksonrllle Tuesday Plant City-4 cars ot citrus oiling from his angle and during Total Snb-Nrbool mynelf a can-
To bal du* F t>. 1, 128 -2flI1a.1 I hereby announce AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
''lo child ot Mr. and Mrs fruit shipped from here during recent he coming four months be an- By amt. collerted 211.26 data for re-eloctlon aa county

Cringle, who has been 3 days.Jacksonville. lounced he would be heard from To bal Total due .Mar b-ftrfcool t, 1928.-24.262.15 Iloadx ,,, immldiiloner.I will\ district continue three to iclva. If thotopla reacted

''tli pneumonia Is much Black Creek no re often.-Brooksvlllet Journal. To baL duo Feb. t. 1928 __ (461.10Ry I Rradford county a faithful STARKE FLA.
of cut-off between amt. collocted -___. 92.29To. I" id einclentperformanca of the du-
bridge first link of bal. duo A""r." I, m! _- 916871 I".p>.. nf tho nm"... worklnr always for I
j Mrs. and this Archer-Chamber commerce of ttia entire counJ. -
Herman Thede of Green Cove Springs O. "W. A&&Jf1RMAN.LC'erk. I III. baat Intarata
: : :: ,
this place. |I a L. U.Vt' >EmlILX. .. o.
!*. spent Sunday with city opened to public. armed 'la. : By C. A. JCN1UUT. IX A ,


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r nGrl! 11TnI1T! .. __ 1 .,p..t"'. helps the farmsell torlik
I ., ---- country juuu cwjr a few ,
t truth e the editor ot the Nugget does, he would be lynchedbefore fordnearly Herald. That's one upon.-thing era of every part of the countrj one or two iad au agress
Bradford County Telegraph sunrise.-Dunnellon Truth. It's not all truth, but it's Clermont everyone Press. It Is hoped that additional uses away there ,K 'II', a ,&It,
lag In (
rich-and rare.Citizen _o----- may be found for fruit and In this then 'j, la',
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 The people of Nassau count way give badly needed Impetus to the InferIor '?',?',. ,JI' lit
: I be Interested to learn that a that great industry.-Klanlmme egg. Thi ,I' !
asks why minutes ot public bodies of the town Gazette. struggling i', ,;,,4,
Valley t
Class convicts
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second delayed in being published and sometimes crew of about seventy-five Ion count \ ?,.? ;" it I
md county are
Yulee to begin -
Florida have arrived at area-Invited of e't":
Starke out to port '
Office at ,
Matter at the Post these matters as soon When .
publishes .4"
., not at all. The Telegraph Road
publisher work of grading State dinner and the hostess asks you I If port thlxmanding >;'

; = It. S. Matthews____________________Owner and sis the copy can be secured, realizing that the citizens desireo No. 13, the State Road Department you will have corn, don't glv : : ,I'' "ad,,' l-!

J. C. Robinson________________________Managing Edito ;; know what is being done, and the failure of minutes to appear having sent this force to equipment start the yourself away by passing you your grocrt' "J1)shipped lit)
1 work, other men and Herald. Or reach., OR l
in the paper is not to be blamer on the newspaper but on to arrive later State Road Nc glass In -Perry pocket for a cork screw. stocking th. i u IJ ...11

SUBSCRIPTION RATE hose; men whose duty it is to furnish the copy. 13, will tie together three of the Starke your Telegraph. We don't believe < call- Bit

75c Payable in Advancer highways entering the state.- there Is any corn In moon Sarasota 1,. -
"i Months lot
Yearly, $1.50; n Fernandlna Leader. Our friends lithe laid on new '
shine or bootleg. ?Ii
Advertising Rates on Application -0--- department have occastonally asota COlin! III
n. "High Spots" a state chambe pollee to smell the nonltay .. ,,
PENS allowed us ('b
tells an -
automobile? ot commerce bookl, cork out of a confiscated bottle Alabama I. ?' IIlgh, !
What is an orphan terestln?'itory about Florida's agricultural and it's our opinion that the mash construction uth of ben i
0 productions. The booklet Pensacola
j Is made of rotten sweet potatoes products
of the day-" >emand for Corks Slump. has been sent throughout the added flavor given with i i a hundred aon, '? e: III
In the news Green an
Htarke Telegraph says the Following Congressman state by the state organzatlon lash of ether or denatured alto land contra,, !i n Elms

o- flapper Is holding her own. Anle < statement that Florida Is dryas Florida crops In 1927 are valued Palm Beach Independent. ners & Prod" ,mpa|,\
their new bol.-
Winter is over and the trees are putting on Isn't complaining either.-LakiSlty the Sahara, national dry offlcei In the phamplet at $92,176,000Of o

spring frocks. Reporter. are planning a campaign against in fruits this amount, $24,0,.11,000$44,602.00 In truck wa The following political 'an.li '
aouncement has Just appeared
I -o- Florida rum I'unners.Tampa
o $23,508,00 In staple A1COLUM A W W'
and PEW
Leader andji}i
i honorable, Dora Is so dumb. She thinks Tribune. Courier. the Tarpon Springs
When a politician begins to address you as crops.-Plant City the of Major "Jlgga''
hat you cool the engine of the< -o--- --- o from! pen
C. W. Crook ilennlg: At the earnest solicitation -
The statement by
r, watch your step. :ar by stripping the gears.-Stuar (unfortunate name for an anti-st Average candidate addressing of my millions of friends, atveil

o ,Dally News. loon-leaguer) that "Florida Is the the average editor: "Anything will be duly you as thousands of my enemies, ?OR SALE .:Ypres

i Only 22 counties in Florida used more fertilizer during -o--- world's liquor dump" must be a may say in "my Times-Union.favor Ant I[ have consented to run for County $7.00, $5'ui' sodJ.tlp$3| ;'

Whippet tp race Ford in price shock to Florida's Congressma appreciated. .1928 candidate Dog Catcher, Group 4 of Plnel- sand. Phomour eMr

Ft' ruary than Bradford. var-headline. A dandy chanceor Green, who says It's "as dry as the 1928 editor: 'Thanks to average awfully, old top las county, at the Democratic primary Litchfield, Booker,, PIt I

o behind to pick Desert." Leesburg Con ,, June 5th. Any thing thrown
I the fellow ui Sahara almost any .
will be glad to say FOR SALE Ftve
Minutes I ate
headline. II appreciated.
"Meet: Saturday on Flames in Glade, parts.-Hollywood merclul. bounds of reason y ny way will ,
I ome spare thing In the I qualified to hold the Job as I have bungalow ')n ':hurtl'Lights
hot. Adjourned sine die. sews. has may want us to say for you In Heck was apup. hoi end wI!
elf meeting: Seat A doctor In Washington City rates."' ed a dog's life since
--S- our paper at regular space Bleeping pon.'bso
mud uneas atdgu
dollar no
hundred to sling
to twenty-tlve I
o pay
b Plant City Is getting to the three The days of say it for nothing are 11 nable term,
girl. It start It and Applf}
Cedar Key damages for kissing a opponents
,/ ? ,,, Load: thirteeen is nearing completion into ars of berries a day stride. Starke will be a hard matter for this girl fke the days of the covered wagon hey my do- -heaven help them. Yours Johns.

the Atlantic Ocean. I Io and, Lawtey are also doing con. because her husband and the red topped boots;; they better caught.Ve : .-
i Now for the last link to strawberries to marry about. passed-Milton O&- for more dogs Chufa seed Florida s
.I iderable shipping of would not want to kiss her for tear are hasten to add the Herald's unqualified Carolina: pennuli 41 \\Dr
-Times-Union. and 'never recov zette. to the ma-
she would faint endorsement
"i marriage is a good deal like arithmetic -o---. 0-
Perry Herald says sr.-Dahlonega (Ga.) Nugget. maden or's announcement.Bradenton 4t.FOR
When asked whether she Lip sticks are now
u' 1 : One and one makes one and one to carry. I And the lerald. RENT 5-room I''
t oted, replied; Yes, I voted, Porter Ocali any desired flavor.
Frank of the -' South street Inquire
Ik :
o ound a number of names, on the is nothIng sheiks wtl soon be saying "There I Jacksonville Journal caries Starke .
j : Star, thinks appendicitis The Morgan.: Fit
will be lighter this year. I didn't like, 10 strawberry blonde whose
G Casualty list among the voters allot, of people more than the stomachach zoos my an account of the arrest of a
'r X In front of their names. lips: are flavored with FOR SALESixtube
[ put an pomegranate n
issue cigars. Times Jackson-
to education.- at
will not be permitted with a college New Jersey motorist
Candidates -
Herald. Ain't she ,8 peach
; -Perry Union. It's'' tummy ache until the rherry. Beach and his arraignment In brand newheap W.
and after Ivl11e
o ---o-- Starke Telegraph. Yes Starke
bank account fine of son,
loctor probes your court, where a
"Expects Hens to Pay Expenses at College, headline It may be Impossible for two -Starke Telegraph. Then It be he sheik has llbantly enjoyed, until and costs was Imposed. The
the same apacet mesmerized, those lips $1.00 AZALEA safe pM ( n
? bjecta to occupy : he is
If they demand a college education, why shouldn't they the same time, but some of the ones an amputation. Ocala flavored with lip sticks, and has osta amounted to $18.40 and the 8", 33 1.3 each Ordt
vigorous -
o oung couples we see try their Star. walked to the altar, he soon finds Indignant visitor made a over prepaid. Belvt,

Mr. Hathaway worth best to disprove that statement, ..o- ;.hat the "peach" he thought he protest to the chamber of comlerce sery. Earlton, Pla J I
had anything
i If Mr. Carlton When you are invited out to dinner before taking out a tourist'slicense
debating about, he would have told the world ere this. It t seems.-Palmetto News.A and the hostess asks you It law, was only a pumpkln.DelrayBeach and departing for home. tins, proprietor
r o Jacksonville o store advertises, rou will have corn, don't glvirourselt 0If. tow many people know that when FOR RENT OR SALE-

off but away by passing youslaw.Perry : fan from a fine of $1.00 and costs is 1m- bungalow with doubt
mystery.-Mi- Ladles' dresses halt E. L., paragraph
has solved a great I reach In
He who knows woman Herald. by a Florida court for a min.lor Garden and chicken i m
what half-Euatls contributes this one:; I posed
,t I ami Beach Sun. lIe who thinks he knows woman is a fool. does Lake Region.say We believe It Is the your pocket for a cork screw Starke Tight, Skirt .Tilly Is soon to be law Infraction the victim uaualr Wall Starke.

Starke Telegraph. And don't shov from $12.00 to $18.00
the Eustis wed Old Tight pays
o halt usually worn over married She will
lisappolntmettt when you are passed gets the I WILL PAY $200,00RFor !
Beach De- first wife sit The state It is supposed
Trade magazine says "Hell hath no fury like a stylish- Lake Region.-Delray the material instead of the splrtual. Wad. lie made home $1.00 and the balance is dividedp sufficient evident
and came
stout woman after she had been on a rapid-reducing diet for eloper.. -oHere's -- .---Delray Beach Developer. Ight In the boat Saturday night. Itwas among those who are paid un.del' vlct the parties that i
tight every cattle da
---o- There doesn'tseem head of my
from that she the fee system.
Ir three days." another one A party Informed us this week only by a tight squeeze In this latter part of Octota
much Justice
fan: In to be
paragraph meal day.
Telegraph a
tarko Is turning out a new pot: one square 1927 23 bra
o hat some one courts, but vember,
tI Jack and Jill went up the hill toget Tilly need not method of running our
; times
r Irink in the upper part of our, these tight wallow fork, upper:
knees is such rare occurrence allows It to go on.
Getting.down on one's a a pall of water. A bootlegger herself very much.- the legislature .
'a a' '
I ounty called "Monkey Run. The promise bit In one ear, and nut
? ''t these days that one preacher calls, himself the "Kneeling ame by, Jack was dry and he blew. first drink ot It you take, It rimes-Union. That's a II. E. L. of -Ocala Star.I In the other ear; audl!I'

it I Evangelist" a dollar and a quarter.Tlmes.Union auses you to see golden butter a good; Joke, and I'm a-goln' to -o selling at a low- Marked. M W Blanit!
it "tight" in my memory!- Fresh eggs
lies. And the second drink whIte I told
retail stores
o -0- er price In the local RENT-Slx-roomhc.
Stuart Developer. FOR
The monkeys spring up before
of the state Here's an Interesting fact: aced than, has been the case thIs early conveniet>
Bradford is among the sixteen counties So a fellow had better stol --o-- all modern
first trunk line railroad In Florla you. efforts to find In the spring' for several years Hamrld'ANTED .
i where more than 90 percent of the taxes were paid before October vas constructed between Fer.nandlna at the first .drink.- Dahlonega new It uses Is said for that cotton are proving The reduction In price Is welcome In.It- Mrs. S. F.

1st. and Cedar Keys. It runs (Ga.) Nugget.li successful and that, as, a result, news to the bouse wives but hard
through Gainesville and Is now --- 'oAs to come, be on the poultryman who has been -Nice large pap
f should. In years
j the honey. here
oI It
A we understand ,
Llne.Oalnesville of chickens thru A ScotU3R S
the Seaboard Air demand for cotton for carrying a flock pecans. F
live that when he dies ends the first time the a greater
he "hopes to so noon
Billy says Sun. of low' egg production
; + I Dally dishes. wider diversity of uses than ev.er the season 1
to the a
has dry '
4 he undertaker will feel sad.- Appearing sad is as much I -o room befoie. This should help the with a mounting feed bill to pay. SALETen
; Herald. Our eight I
that: anford road
reckon, graded
Why was It, you for this low price
should One reason
lhe undertaker's stock of trado as hot air is Billy's.L Laugh month and Congressman is that the honeymoon ends turners of the south In the shipment' Into the state oflarge two and one-haIr acwhalt
refuses more than mere '.
the play
Florida the first time groom strawberria
declaration acre
o reen's quantities of cold storage'

Hathaway ia i best qualified man in the governor's race to 18 i "as dry aa the Sahara desert"uldn't time to dry. Well the have dishes.it-your Clermont'ress. own tons Improvement generally of; for farming what condl-I eggs[ by the big packing houses. cash or terms John I:
the same Starke.
at of the state
come out
give Florida a business-like administration of its affairs, and )-Tampa Times: 'ay. The point Is, It ends.San. the farmer of any part These eggs from

is wanted by the voters. .do __
i' no other type of management

t\\ v t 11 i ,, We don't think/much of o these young women who haveto 'k OR GOVERNOI=LI

advertise for a husband.-Dunnellon Truth. But think ,

s /; of the thrill you get when you first receive a male order.

a o I Y

Since the advent of the automobile, people have been borrowing dAMES M.CARSOP'D1

!t patches of each other's hide.-Times-Union. Have

always wondered of what material tire patches were made. I = TM[ I AT'v II

I Exchange! inquires i if the o membership of blocs in congress '\ L-!' ;' .s 6PkJ :E !: 'z! ULTh

is made up of blockheads.-Bradford County Telegraph. I = =
s ), ,
That of many of them is, undoubtedly.-Tampa Daily Times. =:--

Then the head of such blocs is certainly a blockhead. Who 1 Am; J,. Whereof .Stand

t I o i I AMA 1 AM FORComplete lAM -
I AM .
1a Applicant for driving permit in a city answered the question Race-track ai i In-

what vehicles had right of way over streets by writing Personally and politically cracker by enforce*
.meat of the Liquor in any form.)
been bling
"Fire, police and taxicabs." You don't have to give the right dry, having birth, having Laws. .
been so poborn at Kissimmee, fl!'.
iI to taxis but sometime if don't.Men always other
way you are sorry you Any .
December months'minimum
t Y litically, and for a Florida, Eight ::

oi'e long time now per16: 188?, the son of ?; r school. 1 grant and notortO:1'sonally

4 who laugh at women for powdering their fac. s oughtto dry. Charles A. Carson term. Jaw violations.

remember that one hundred years ago men used to pow- Now and .have and Annie Bryan Local. men .to. Wholesale client

der their hair.-Times-Union. And wore satin knickers and been for about two Carson drain the Everglades -

: silk stockings.-Palm Beach Sun. You two boys have wonderful years physically able -'' A.cracker by ed y. under the Tammany met!:

the ucation having i 1. present Board. ,-tJa poL
k I memories. to perform ods in p :

i, i 0Leesburg duties of. my prograduate from Os- aF ,. Early"completion'' tics.
fession without interruption ceola High School of main line roads. .
Commercial asks if the "oil companies ignore
and ; ca
and of at Kissimmee, Tromi.t:
economic conditions and establish prices upon the measure the office which I Stetson University 1 Removal of all officials paign promises

.f how much the public and traffic will stand." Gasoline was seek. at DeLand and hay proven to be'-

at selling for eight cents a gallon more Saturday in this territory A lawyer by pro-, ing attend for b corrupt., (Politics in 0fession '

c one year the old +t, A fair' deal but Depart
than at all stations in Jacksonville. having ta- State Road
University of Flori no more, for capital.
ken law degree "
o my ment.

Because a girl wears knee-length skirts and smokes cigar at Washington and da at..Lake City. Gradual 1. repay SW'

Lee University in A cracker by' ,. The present
ment to the
,ttes is no indication that her morals are bad. This is respectfully S._ _
11910., experience, havinglived f of spent Drainage
: referred to the paragraphers who are constantly i all life in _
_ my j by them on Main m
r erhicising the modern girl.-Live Oak Democrat. And to the lawyer, Florida, in Osceola State Roads. Any political'
las>the reports of. tt,
who wail of the Duval, Broward and with
; I pink-toed prophets over the lost youth present the Florida Supreme .Dade counties.' A square deal, but terf erence orintense fib

1 day. Court will I have reformed myself. no more, for South University
o 'show A 'cracker' by Florida. Woman's College.
I have helped reform my city.
T Gainesville couples did not accept the offer of a free mar- A conviction obi(
cracker de-
by ;the latest proof of 1 should like_tojielp reform my state. .. A new code of ,Any new P
I riage in an aeroplane. Probably they preferred to stay sin- r fecentatJeaat six banking laws. f.
s that being my suc
the Starke didn't branches 'of mv'! indebtedness
tie on ground.- Telegraph. Perhaps they i to !
fami11lhaving"Uved.cessful attempt A to
realize the full significance of the offer to let two ride cheaper Jthat Florida's modification of' 'some time
than Gainesville Sun. Or else realized the faFiondn"for more 'enforcedin ,
one.- Daily they than .lawayare laws Any''repudm
; a. century j so that'our)
full, significance of going up as two and coming down as one. NortonsAjBubankalJ: ard Dade and Brow' ORLANDO; FLA home! people can' 'of public debts.
0 PerryaJ: Write for Platform. gain tnhdellenefitof.. J. Cattt

k We'll just bet that "it's a hot time in the ole town to- ''Hawthorn, ?. BrY ,.rA law writer and' James M. Carson. Orlando, Fla.. our Sidney .

night," just after the editor of the Dahlonega (Ga.) Nugget ans" teacher. _. My friends. My enemies.Political

finishes getting his papers out, on account of all the truth -.--

which he prints. If a Florida editor would dare to print the Yald Ad,

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