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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 23, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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&INS IN FOUR I BAD the Exchange Tues. f\prill0th I The opportunity. again; being BY REP. GREEN MADEREGISTERSTATENEGROES

offered bOT11\ Ilradfortlcounty
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week with "10101"" C ..I1".mlul ("n'" l'igguies -
I Show Ilaln Green Cove Springs Mar. :21.-- between the ngea of seventeen .
COUNTIES tbe Iloladay on iiilusl ry In
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cia! / to dis !More than fifty thousand Persons and twenty-four. to attend Sotlllinrnt.By .

Atlanta, of stock It Is expected will attend the openIng one. of the Citizens Military Train .\llorno.v iriirral HoliN Uliwk CanNot / .

of the Shand river bridge, ing Camps, which will ha held Cones- i '
Ktu: April 10 and to( add to the gala occasion -' 10 Inclusive. .
from June 17 tv July ) :
and Union rick's day building l'I'llImr"lIcl! .\IU-inpt liOuultry > .
the state road department, K,:..tnbllHhmvnt -
Wl\ )hlnlttol1. March 1 5.-- js,
promise of small hotel. 'I
It Is said will throw open the new A few points concerning the market for Tl. 'iii Ill-Kill.
adlcaUon work was begun row. with such under construction ot 'a foreign -
and bridges
highway
ildltlonal Florida" counties Louisville make the between Green Cove I ramps are: will be sent American grown reruns and other Tullub'LKs.'e.larch! 16.-lie-
All Florida hoys
1.
ebruary. It was dlsclos- ways ture of to the 20 It stock Is bellev-will Springs and Jacksonville.This I I to Fort Soreveu U.i., or Fort Bar- native nuts wns the !subject of a port* that ulTorts! are being madeto

short cut between the two conference today between UppreHumtallvo for the forthcoming .
Florida. register .
in the monthly reportDr. with the end of ra mill!!, negroes
lay snow
Cola Inspec- I cities which la the last link In thestate's 2. Any young. mnn1 1Jlood; It. A. Green of the Third Florida Democratic prImary : .
T W Reports
most Important central health from noventeeen twenty- Florida district, and officials of tho I.
have prompted Attorney
the \
arge of the Jacksonville Memphis, on Florida thoroughfare, will be op. of i Is eligible to department of commerce. ,
Carautzas the four years age; Uenttrul' Fred H. Duvts to Issue %1'
reau of animal Industry other A small points : the ned for the day only as the pavement attend. Judge Green stated that the opinion holding that they are excluded ifJ

bulled States department being drawn across Flemmlngs; Islands Is 3. The camp is absolutely free. I )pt cnn IndUHlry was (rowing rapidly front participation under
Gulf not expected to be finished be- furnluhes transportation -, In Florida as well!' sic In otlu.r"tatell. ,
!ture. In those counties East Gulf archi- The government tho stute! law and that any .such ..
of fore May 1. to anti from camps, uniform and would bring considerable action on. their part should be met ,
and
Columbia, Suwannee west coast Next Tuesday the committee In sustenance and other nec- revenue to American growers criminal proceedings
Julrteen vats were con- Florida eighteen of (the monster barbecue at market Is developed by i
charge It only a foreign
expenxcis. general was informed -
essary The ntteorney
month makftal i lobby down !
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[during the which.. .--- tons of meat are to be used 4. Attendance at a ramp does \ that ruKluctratlon of about .

l of 190 available vats, storm entire build street' In feeding the guests of the cele- not obligate a boy to any Immediate lie alao declared I that In 111 XII 000 negroes was being attempted

rt Indicated. Pensacola, : bration, will gather at Orange Dale or future military service there were more than two and a In KHcumbfa' county. Ha advised
lobby on lie
V Knapp state yeterlnar- eastward. on the East!: approach of the bridgeat whatever. half million non-bearlnK trees in William, Fisher .'ounty solicitor .
be two
headquarters In Tallahas- Winds will. Mr. Car- the St. Johns river to further 5. The course of Instruction includes the United Stains; that In 1919 at Prrtxacola, that negroes should \c I

in conference with Dr. caused a liberal plans for the celebration.The military drill and Instruction about 32.000,000 pounds of nuts |'not be! allowed to resistor and b, .
alive to the work during events of very committee has recently sanitation, hygiene were produced! a. against: less than
addi- lectures on vote In the Democrat>> primaryelection.
In
'. He Is to leave today regatta I large and amount made a survey of five counties stir citizenship, etc., lessons In 10,000,000 pound In1 1009 ; and An opinion to that effect .
lieadqnarters ofllce, pro- county and report 1899.! The -
Clay 3.000,000 In
.\ rounding health, games and organization. about WRIt rendered by former Attorney
|through the new area on hat not only are the residents of The principles learned should be value of the nuts. produced In 1919 General Rivera Uuford !Mr e '

|c lion trip. The proposes fourteen St. Johns county enthusiastic over of great assistance in rural community wan about 8000.000 ; In 19011, Davis said and the latter concurs 4 ,
JDr, Cole and Dr. Knapp but that practically every ,
of the the bridge life. 1 lt Hrt than 11,000,000. In It '
Si .n-ntiiicntton. as to tbe Order within In the other four counties this ia' He mild Unit the South Atlantic 1j1i
Dp* BDon >------ -- thank all have already one 0. Florida's quota year Although the United States su-

work In the state. Dr. .i... "'rho Mr. are equally enthusiastic. I 470. Over 800 attended camp last states antI the West South Central premo court has held that under y
Istlmated that by the end Lrictj S Hv operation. the completed bridge producers. '
\vhiia the greatest
slates were .
-- --- venr. Texas law' negroes may vote lu j1.
which was of the cor- a
far approximately onehutes ed at the I hotel Herons the St. Johns river and the 7. Boys who are Interested In Texas, of course!, had by far the Democratic primaries, the Florida t .

area would be freed new highway to Jacksonville will attending camp this summer greatest number of trees with the law on the subject, the attorneygeneral 1 t
torium several
., "a record," he said "in of years of make Green Cove Springs one of should get In touch with the coun- largest yield; that In 1920: Texas says, U broad enough to l J
some
{the fact that the eradlcawas the important tramc centers of this ty agent for further details andInformation. hud over a million bearing trees, exclude negroon. J I i
not until 1923, and cities both, east and west 1910 she had more bear- .
section, i but In Mr. Duvls, advised Mr. Fisher:
lot actively begin operutl of tho great river will be almost Boys who are not busily engaged Ing trees than, In 1920; while, on that the only way to handle the i .

||I 1924." Eight of the slx- Negro ........... equally benentted. : during this period could not thll other hand, Florida had less negro Question in the primary ia : (\ .

pas In the state will 1 1it be CITY : With the magnificent threemilespan spend the time more pleasant and than 43,000 bearing trees In 1910 to file criminal Information against
list by that time opened to traffic! motor cars she had 113,000, .
| the profitable than at ramp. while In 1920 members of the race when they fl ,.
ated. Eight counties will can travel for the first time in the C and In 1920: Florida had over apply for the oath, charging them

be added to the free area history of America from St. Augustine rUKSUYTKllIXVSunday : .finn nnn rnn.lu___>.nrlnir_. 11fl14 trues and that
T. L. ......... .uu.wv V .wn u with perjury .
She year-DixIe, Hamilton, colored directly west through Green since 1920 the number of bearing "I have no doubt that an organized "

V Lafayette, Leon, Madl- the from 23.-Rev. Cove Springs to Starke, Gainesvilleand school at 10 a. m. and non-bearing tree In the state I : concerted effort Is being C

101' and Wakulla. taken his regular on to Cedar Key and other Church service at 11 a. m. i of Florida! had rapidly Increased. made In Florida to stir up trouble P
Doneole's by a gang night Gulf coast in a few As this month closes! the work that the pecan '
naal 1 Work and cities on the He mild I, In fact, ," the attorney general added. \
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showed that groes of the church year the thought of of Florida's growing 1'
:< report hours time. Industry Is one The Buconil opinion on the sub-
rk Is being done in five county Is spending a Thousands of persona in Ala- the morning hour will renter and most promising Industries, was rendered by Mr. David! ,
joeL
Gads- stripped Mrs. lIaker and Union around the work of the past year. Second Congressional .
I- -Broward Dade, and S'I chua, Bradford and that In the tv U. L, Blackburn, supervisor of
Those ocun- tlng to attend the who have gone from im will some of the
It and Martin. counties are expected Those district were registration, at Tampa, In which \
e been placed in the free i county. Brown ,' openl g- &'' >rTdgo' In their motor be remembered and those who largest pecan groves In the coun. the attorney general declared that 3
under was Mr. and It will be the first time have to us will be welcomed. '
work being rome
.J i the i cars as try. t the fact that a negro/: register as
ow> is simply a winding ophrvlous Campbell Sunday. they will have had the opportunity Also there will be a review of the Judge Green Hinted that Mexico Democrat would give him no I

program. 1 to the Frank, of reaching the Atlantic ocean work of the entire Presbyterian ranked next to I the United States a right to cast his ballot lu a Democratic ;.

g the month 42,942 head activities spending a In a direct route. church and the outlook for the In i>ncnn production; thnt even!' primary to be held by lha I .,

> were Inspected In the 8 town grandmother, general HHHembly which meets In I though the market of the United white Democratic! voters of the cstate.

to be freed during the officers "rhnnl Procram{ .MAY..-. in--- Tnlna.- -. Oklahoma. '''Din', o.na.' w..,. nlrA'LuY- ...- (crowded Mexico .
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,0 report showed. The cat-, Officer J. Gay from : .-._AA __ "" After the morning hour all the sent to the United States over a -.-..--------- ,.

pi-lsed 4,386 herds and the I I fair and church officers of the church will meet at million pounds of nuts In 1923 ; NJGIti: ) ItJ'TLRIlT: : ()

open range with the ex- leading to ; LawteyMonday the manse to enjoy the annual official however he stated that those nuts IUIFUIW IOu TMl.M: .
who told sister, Mrs. I will be the : He
This
$114,792.
dinner. only -
nf a portion of Leon .coun- were valued at
that area, 289 herds held officers the.i1I'l trip to Tho following program will be third annual dinner since Dr. 'stated that 2,200 pounds valued at Tallahassee, Flu., March 16-

ematie treatment. Inspec- assailants. rendered by pupils of the Lawtey' Tucker, has been the minister. This $1,611ame from France In 1926, A. neKro, James Roberts bas just .

lie bureau In charge of the fied and family of Junior High School at the auditorIum has been a new and successful and 242: pounds valued at $47 been returned to the Italford state ,.,

i that section are: Dixie the here one In Lawtey next Monday feature of the church work. After eame from Spain to the United prison to nerve out a 12-year sentence

Dr J. R. Wirthlin; Hatn- and evening: thedlnner teams composed of the Slates In 1926. It was announced to- .

,. B. Thompson; Jefferson ty Judge I family made Florida Seng-School children. officers will go out to visit every The Mexican nuts he said could day at the prison bureau. ;

|>". McLlne; Lafayette, J, A. ternoon.It Saturday Getting Ahead of the Do's-- member of the' church to revive bo produced and harvested for Roberta has been In prison at

; Leon, W, I. Holder and Is Boys-and Girls. their subscription for the supportof much less than could the American Menurd, 111. lie escaped\ 1915

ester: Madison, Dr. D. B. in the and Mrs. Ruby Bobby's Letter-Bobby Bran- the church for the coming year. nuts and also ,that they were from a road camp In Bradford '!d

Taylor, Dr. H. F. Kern the order to Graham All members who will secure their Inferior In quality. He suggests; a county during the convict leasing i1

kulla, J, C. Jester. learned )i nen.The Quarrel-Boy and Girl. subscription. In this way the finances tariff on foreign nuts days In Florida. Ho wa later f'i

|o final work, Dr. J. 11. Yo- Campbell Floyd Crosby Writing to Grandma-Mattle for the year, both current Ha also urged the department '''convicted In Illinois for burglary I-

litlve In Broward aadDadwhich the Sunday. Edith Rowe.Managing. expenses of the church and Missionary to take steps towards the establishment and grand larceny, and recently : '

i have no fence beans attended his a Huoband-Boy. and contributions are secured of a foreign commission, served out his sentence there. Ho .:

i and I. day night Sunday. p___ Ih... vnnv And hence there will _- .. .,,!.,,?,,i,,s?,,.?,. |.0. doveloD. a foreign was convicted In Duval county.
>r. R. L. BrInkman Girls. list IV J v-* --- t" cuim ...
Jiler are in dadsden. which ing Y. P. U. every Puzzled Little Cooks-Eight be no farther soliciting for the en demand and trade for American .1
Invited. that IlKltllV "SIIII'MK.NTH;:
the stated
range; Dr, Brlnkman ia Children. tire year. grown num. He 'I
charge in Gulf county Practically Just a Little Mistake-Boys and The teams are as follows: Team probably 99 per cent of the mar- weather- of this week '
passing ) N. Christy J. M. Truby, and dealers of The cool .
open range; and Dr. Yo11 Girls. No. 1-C. ket operators the rlpeulng of to
? 2N. the IH holding up
In Mar- one or Tagging Me Around-Six T. S. Williams; team No. did not oven know that
barge of the work ;' bond for- Quit Europe strawberries and other truck, And .4..r
E. Tap-
Jnty which is also open known Children. B. Hull, J. M. Mitchell, C. i American pecan exlateil Bllghtly over 10,000 quart ,
Otis J. W. Andrews only ,
Those Inspectors inspect I 1 ot' liquor, Patten of the Shingle- pen F. A No.Sweezy 3-, B. M. Davis T.. HOOF KIIIK: "WH1; >NKHI: >.\\' were shipped (rom the platforms > \ I.
team

Those field men Inspected ( Rev. weap Rocky 11111 High School-Seven N. Kendrick, R. J Endeavor. Davis. Society Fire" on the-,roof-of the Duugh- wattle, prices ranging from 2So to ..
Christian
rds( of 60,519 head of cat- I Boys. The park mixed vegetable
Sunday1 Friday night cottage just east of the 35a a qunrt. The '
; social on erty !
the will hold a III
ng the month and In Ktckliter, driving; \B11.1.. WIM. HIIOWINDUHTItIKH 23rd at home of Miss Edna called out the apparatus Wednesday market i III In fair shape more than .
,
i herd of 28,889 are quarter Morning : OF STATE March Their regular Sunday meet- at noon. The roof was badly :.100\ hampers\ of turnips and 150 ,II .

systematic treatment. Subject driving; Hutto. the flames before he- of mixed vegetables. going out from .
will be at 6:45: p. m. Subject, damaged by _
Heads linker Work ity." make Its ap.- ing Missionary extinguished and the Interior Lawtey. One shipment of 0.000
of the Florida will noon "What In My Share In the Ing :r _
Taylor Is In charge Subject, ; bond pearance In pictures. This time, Enterprise?" Scripture Lesson, suffered from the water pouring pounds of turnip green was made \

Baker county, Dr. Wilbur ience." It will be in the form of a map 1. 11g.Preaching through. Moat of the household to one) firm by J, L. rtarrell. .
t 7:30
showIng at : p. ,
?. Columbia Dr. Edgar IleiSuwannee '" and other resources of the meeting Wednesday evening occupants an! soon as the lire was anxious to Impress upon the growers \ IJ 4;, V

and Dr. J. P. and keep ; bond forfeited. various sections of the state. Prayer 7:30. discovered. H. C. Wall was slight i that nitrate of soda must not j jbe

Union. During "February, they said Is being prepared by at injured when his feet slipped on used on the berry plants. The \ ;t
,..4,.. .hn_. .-..- "atll were ; DIES : The map the where it 1. f, 11' '
fell to and :
CULlVD, tour the house the Bureau of !immigration. It Is :3i\nTnOUl: ) the wet roof and ho fruit will not carry

the thirty-eight previous of Union being drawn In water colors by R. ground. known grower are using the nitrate i i _
Iructed in Baker'county; MOVING The work has Enoch Marvin Hooks, pal tor.) C -- ( the buyer will not handle
_. Batur- Green of Buffalo. ( '
H.
died
I'olumbla's fifty-three, oniOnee' at 10 a, m. E \VEATIIKH IIKI'OIIT .it:
circumstances <.._. ranched. the halfway mark, Sunday School their picking. t .
and two JM..va. -- 1'tTTFNTRN
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sixty-three, have the and the bureau was called uponto IC. Perryman, suot.. for Il7 C: -V :\KM.: ; 1
V'I twenty-three. The one 1\[. to to the progress Worship! Sunday at 11 a. m., Weekly. weather report per- :: V. I .
approval I
range. ing and to Jacksonville give its m. The subject for lOll larch 7-21, 1928, Southern hEftS ,. ti-s.
and 7'30: p.
theje the : In 'belief that made. Experiment Station, Starke -
of '
I xiy-s.ven counties will be "Doing Forest
of Tampa, morning
Industry Sunday In the ,
sixteen son and caused by pol- The cigar the Sunday evening at 6:30:
divided into and that for branch
of Plant City Impo'ulble,
recently that Crew strawberry output The MIn. Precip Baptist church, a very helpful
r the eradication work. I "Religion's Pleasant Date Max.
| of Hastings 11 be ,
Carantzas. shortly after and vicinity, potato crops evening w 74 53 .00 playlet will be given by Group 4.
while In the city yes- I. cordially Mar. 7
public
Juapp : of the Ways, The
|nnounced that the Florida ning 1m him bY. and other productions the Mar 8 76 53 .00 with Miss Gusste Mae Bennett la ,
within a are being depicted on invited .00 Is entitled,
Board and will died state 82 61 charge. The playlet
Sunday D
Sanitary Mar.
jive Stock League .
the publicat ,pworth:
equipment ) -time a re- map, in order to shoW' Junior 82 65 1.16 "Making the Standard of Excel
monthly Miss 10
neet In regular received from a glance what the state i. giving afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Mar. 63 .02 '' .ia
lence.
nt the offices In the Hilde- Mar. 11 83 l.
tupt.
whicisections truth,
world and from Fredrlcka! of
whom outline
the .00
to an
5th.al to 74 64 This play will give
Sunday 13
building April !\tar.
here League
Ki;,> coming Senior U
[ sent for ex- it I. 83 55 .00 the many thIngs our D. Y. P.
bu-
offices of the U. 8. the de nt <;::45: o'clock. Mar. 13 'i
Mrs. In answer to a wire from evening 84 58 .00 must do In order to be an A-l Un
at
lo- 14
is also Wednesday Mar. .
anImal
indutsry service i
agriculture, the cham Mld-woak! much" ,
Starke. I partment of 15 86 60 .05 ion. No one know "too
1 the Hildebrandt building. the ) ,\ ber of commerce asked that strawberries 7:30 p. m Mar.Mar. 16 88 66 .43 about the thing we need to know

ITE.NTION. O. prize BRADFORD sweet corn and pecan, TWOVVOITXCKMKNT8: Mar. 17 71 62 .72 In order that we might be an A-l .
laundry be painted In the outline map of 42 .00
I Irs Mar. 18 81 Union. I
| from Palmetto Camp States extension Bradford county these three products <- T -i.',if .iph this week carriestwo Mar. 19 68 SO .00 So come out Sunday evening and F
DU '
Extension the most Important _
[villa will be with us on the I being probably . t the 23rd (Friday) and' from i / county grown in thIs .ectlon. tlai' .f Geo. W. Illnson Mar 21 43 .00 are willing to help make our. union J

list in work. The Rlckenbaker -- a member "A-l." 4
degree L. Beasley have WhO HfCtlU. > lection as wi
"ommlttee a i. urged that !Mr. and Mrs. 0 commls- ..._-..___2.3I. friend and wear a smile t
will' pot on) tfr" in touch had .. their guest for a few days ,.f the nonion .1' il of county Total raInfall ____ : tiring a
d. Ton will regret. It if get recently from ,'Uriel four, and H. a and we'll know our'work worth-
who < i s
,
the -nt at once and his on. GUI Bai y Ix:. 1\1. Johns and J. L. IiS
friendsare Me8l1n.
not "ke. whose while.
| present.J. ,. Mehrhof visit returned from L-> Angeles, Calif., Aus'i" i "of' Tallahassee Tue.. [1 11P"
every for were In
ft"ralee
Clerk candidacy
W. Morgan left Stark, B'jnday for Gulf- are ..".'-111' started clay
and
of the .! find- advise you dUTh day on matters before the supreme Valdosta-Work
aot the
peace
he will spend iivirc ) :: .
wI con :
; Woolen 0..awt..ywas a "Why I' tlculaJ''" prob) port, MliB., court. lag Park-Bellvllle road.
: "< '
i vUitor to Butrke Wednes- I tbe Bummer. I

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and relatives here this week. HINTS TO
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Bradford School STARKE Mr. and Mrs P. n. Hunt entertained "For my screened porch I went Muss Pearl RPn c,
High Home Demonstration rocking chairs and put Sol'Dlq
of Weekly from over my
Dr. and \Mrs. Wagner ..........
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TEN YEARS AGO TODAY Lake Geneva this week. Specialists Tallahassee new bottoms in two that had just ..** 4J

Journal I M. L. Watterson, who has completed been thrown aside and now they Hellbronn :: 7
Mrs. J, C. ,'lePm:;. Uar'I
his concrete bungalow on ,
iAf: FARM\ WOMEN IMPROVE look almost as good as new. I useda 'ol"" J
Shriver of Brooker, won home after rr
John movedhis
bill lot facing Church street ipen(1111,
COSTRural ,
0 HOMES AT SMALL light oak colored lacquer on my ''t
with her *
first on at the state family In this week dough/ ,, ]
prize pecans "
Editor-in-Chief ____________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN chairs. I painted a table I'd been Crews of Long y I'! '
Mrs. R. M. Faver and daughter ] ,
fair. women of all sections of using In kitchen and made me a Brie' l ,

Associate Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS First boll weevil of the season Miss Mary Blanche, were the interested In Improving breakfast nook on porch; Also Mr J. t' I ?\ co' .
't brought to Starke by Henry Johnson guests of Miss Ada Nlmmo last Florida are to Long BridK/ ,

t 4 Sports Editor ______________________ ELMER McMILLANJoke a colored farmer. Wednesday. their homes. They are be painted chairs. When you do the Miss Retha < im s,1Iltav
work yourself the cost Is only a I
Eldtor _________________.:._____ JUNIOR McDONELL Bradford High baseball club or A C Thomas of Starke was a ginning to realize that the home That sure does pre- urday afternoon u ,II t 'l
little paInt.
w +, ; -' '- ,--"" "" ganized with S. S. Dowllng mana business visitor here this week. as well as the farm, needs some and beautify one's home. My Miss Pearl Nor man '

ger, Gus Jieasley captain, Ralford The large filling station on modern conveniences. Those interested serve Mr. and MI, "
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.AM sirsioRH: tore will meet and unless there'sa ] home Is now a place I feel proudto "r
JUNIORS Epperson, secretary. Main street that Is owned by J. II. In improving their homes are visiting: MI \",,,
in\i: )LH-K: M\I: ii. ii. I I't' H. the Juniors live In, and I am not ashamedfor here "" "
1 terrible upset, this
Mrs. Nelle Hughes gave her mu Saxon and was let to Contractor will obtain valuable assistance by; into it for w.-.td

,'should win, and next Friday night sic class a picnic on Sampson lake M. L. Watterson, Is. near completion getting in touch with their county any one to come Miss Ruby \.irm.: ,'. .

'1 1c With the hard fought victory at seven-thirty will be the big Saturday, the party going on Peg It will ba operates by L O. home demonstration agents. It is we have that all country the modern or city conven-home day night with uThelnta ." ;:r, '.a'li'"'

of the Seniors over the Freshmen game which will decide the gy. Johns who will run a Ever-Ready not necessary to go to great deal iences a and J n Im i,assmuuuuuiuoimouoi

rr' 26-14, last Tuesday the hulf-way ihamplons of '28. This game undoubtedly Captain Albert H. Freeman of Cafe in connection with other busi of expense in making valuable Improvements could want. -

i'' point of tho Inter-class tournament r ] will be the best ou our the medical staff, base hospital, ness. to the rural home. \Ve have plenty of fresh vege- i a
farm to the
, x wan passed and the stage Ret for court this season, HO If you miss Camp Jordan, Atlanta, spent the Mr. and !Mrs. J. P Summers and' !Mrs B. F Fletcher of Palm 'Harbor tables raised on our
t the Sopho It you'1be\ sorry afterwards. good of our health. Am still putting LAND
; the final two games week-end in Starke. son Carlos, are spending this in Pinellas] county tells how
more-Junior mooting which was | The proceeds of this game will Attorney D. E. Knight Is nursing week with hire Summers' mother she improved her home at little out some more shrubbery and

,' played Wednesday and what will i go to buying a trophy which will a sprained arm, sustained when he Mrs. J, P. Sullivan. expense In the following words. I grass in my yard. I have and some SURVEYINGSubdividing

I be the deciding game of the tournament be kept In high school for-years undertook to crauk an automobile. !Mr and Mrs. Ackley of East "The first thing I did to Improve I flower seed to plant, made

I (the Junlor-Sonlor clash', to come pas"lnfroD/ one teamI Supt. K R Poppell and family Hartford Conn, have been spendIng my home was to get a water some boxes for them myself. I Da

t Which, will be played tonlgll t.(Friday I I t( the other as It win the tournament motored to Lake Butler last Sun- the winter months in South supply system. We have a gasoline I think the home improvement Is as

) at eight o'clock on the Tor Don't you think this will Florida, arrived here last Satur- suction pump and great a thing as one can do for age Systems!! ,
engine a
i be nice for the school? Well if day.A that is a place to live and make
nado court. I birthday party was given day and are the guests of Mr! and galvanized tank, at the cost of Accurate Work I
to
The Juniors and Seniors have you do, come out and help buy thin Tuesday evening by Mr. and MmF Mrs F. C. Gould $100. My husband built the tower : one happy not just a place

each made a clean sweep ot all opponents ( cup. Wo may have to buy a small A. Scott for their daughter> and set pump and erglne stay." H. E. Lagergrei|
with all that all depends on the I I aOrlandoLouisville
and lead the race cup
Doris. ........................ We have the tower painted whiteas I & Nashville Starke
1 for first place tie. | amount of we get, but we I Fla.
games won a money that is the color of our house. Railroad opens office at 36 North I

w They have nothing but each Otherto hope you will take enough InterestIn ........................ : NEW RIVER : We figured with several] plumbersto i' Orange; avenue. neaunnunvn'''' '' '', '''','

L r play before one or the other it to( help buy .a nice one. .. VTtm 'Ksnle: Sftflp Cor. save all we could. We got a i- -.::
win the High School champ HAMPTON !
*
will outfit. The
q TILE: rOXSTITl'TION three-piece bath room
;p, }I ionship. Doth teams have exhib MI.. Adit Miami>. Cor. ........N.............o tub Is a nice Pembroke corner !

ited great' play The to Juniors place them first By Clyde Morgan 8th grade a.......................4'. New River !March 23.-Mr. and style, sets on the, floor so there Is A TIRE fo

where they are I The constitution of the United Mrs. W J. Rutledge of Isttacha, no place for dirt to get under It

y appearance was on Wednesday of 'States was written by James Madison Hampton, March 23.Elder J. have returned home from a visit The lavatory has high back and
last week against the scrappy Rat W Gaines ot Wildwood preached
and for this reason he is with their lends, and relatives apron Iron. The commode com-
l squad which, as was expected, has two Interesting sermons at
b 1 often called the "Father ot the very here. pletes the equipment.
t' ; given stiff competition for all concerned I Constitution." It was drawn up the Christian church last Sunday. We*are glad to report that lit- "The walls of bath room are ,

.I, t In this game the 'reshles) by a convention of fifty-five members The Masonic Lodge. No. 129 will tle n. J. Turner Is recovering from I cream, overhead white. Have Every Purrpo5Built

r flashed a fighting determination representing/ twelve of the not serve supper at the hall on an attack of double pneumonia. j I: small rug on floor, curtains for
to try but also to win. of sickness.Mr. .
not only I' March the 23, because
Palatka, from real fine
thirteen states. It met lu the city Mr. Sidney Baker of J windows made
't' "
1 ; The closest and most exciting and Mrs. W. O Bennett and
N ? borders
home color
Philadelphia and'was presided spent Tuesday night at the flower sacks with
JV j J game yet played resulted and It ipf over by George Washington. The Mrs. K. Watterson were visitorsto 'of Mr and Mrs M. L Johns. real nice cabinet built by my husband
r was all the stronger Junior coulddo the State Farm at Ralford last
1 and convention was called to meet Among those who were business ; nice Hollies closets, some- in the Great Economical!
to maintain a close lead
!) t May 14, 1787, but a quorum was Sunday. visitors to Lake Butler Saturday thing every home needs. I can'tImagine
4 ",' ) noso out a win by a score of 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Kammerer '
not secured until May 25th. Its Were: Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter -, how we have gotten along
10. The Juniors other victory was Mrs. C. L, May and Mrs.
; work was completed September Mr. and Miss Essie, Messrs. Joe and .as we have without all these con-
over the weak Sophomore quin Colley and / I Firestone Factories31x5.2521
and Mrs.
r -1 Houser Ray
17th. The legislature of Dela- Allen Moody Mr. N G. Moody and I veniences. I
tette last Wednesday. I Shirley, were'vlslt'Ing -
a, the ware was the first to ratify the daughter. Miss son Jay Mr. S. C. Crews and son "For'my kitchen I bought new
The Seniors first played and
'
In tar- I Constitution. The adoption by in Green Cove Springs I J. K., Mr. and Mrs S. L, Crews. stove pipe, painted table, rearranged -
Fit last Friday a
Sophomores Farms last Sunday.
June 1788 Penney ]cnlh painted stove
one-sided New Hampshire In : furniture Balloon
1- clal and ridiculously Weeks of Jacksonville,
made the Constitution operative Charley The death angel visited the wood box, put In sink. My sinkIs
game. The second year men were of his sister, Mrs
I I By the Constitution of the Unit- is the. guest home of Mr. Miles Crews early a real large one 54 Inches long/ $19.55
t
no match for the powerful graduates
and could furnish practically ed States the government Is divided Elsie: A Sparkman.number of the Hampton Saturday morning at 3 o'clock and with dralnboard apron front and All other sizes r, v.\,
large
opposition. The Seniors forwards Into three departments: the took: away a beloved father high back. The fixtures have a priced proportionately ,
no the The Flapper
play. -
legislative, executive and judicial people enjoyed Mr. Crews was born in Bradford swinging spout with soap fish on low '
and Kutch kppt "
McMillan Starke
4 at the
A ; {; ; The legislative department, or Grandmother county and became a well-known top, have the same knd In bath
and with
d flow of goals
i up a steady last Friday eve-
Congress, consists of two houses School auditorium resident of Bradford and Union room. Rearranged kitchen furniture -
1 ti the aid of Rltch, center piled up a 1t
the Sonata consisting ot two senators ning. counties.j wade curtains out of feed
score of BO to 5, the Sophomore and I )
MIddleton
E.
I from each state chosen by the Mrs. W. j He leaves to mourn his death, sacks and put color border on
made I IR
all CollIn
being by ( ,
:1 .joints a Madge of Starke,
Miss ,
: 'i electors of that state for a terms daughter, a L bereaved father, Mr. J. B. Crews,

1 guard ''of, six years and the House of were visitors here this week ot Long Bridge; five sisters, Mrs
The following Tuesday, they ran entertainedthe
Representatives chosen by the Mrs. J. F. Johnson Rhoda Dowling of Lake Butler, COFFINS & CASKETSand 4r
4 agatnut the Rats and after a Ladles' Council of the 'Chris-
< up electors of those states for a termof ire. ins Hayes of Moore Haven, I IUndertaket's' i 1
I fast and exciting game rolled up tian church last Friday afternoon. a Full Line of
two years, the number from Mrs. Julia btarbonl of Apopka,
\ a score of 26 to the Freshmen 14.I Mrs. O. V. Knight, who has
each state being porportloned to Mrs. Jessie Sason of Long Bridge
The losers, as usual displayed alighting several weeks has a Supplies
been ill for
has the Moore of south
I population. Congress pow- Mrs. Gertrude .
front that kept the genre here who delighted -
are
] make taxes deg host of friends brothers Mr. Guer- HEARSE
,i 'I er to laws levy Florida; two AUTOMOBILE
In doubt until the closing quarter. to learn that her health. IsImproving.
and exercise other : Mr. Jeff Crews two
and
clare war powders ney Crews ;
Ttfnlght's game should be one A?!w.r..n hand. T.. k..( onto
t of the best of the year, and quite not forbidden to It by the con- Mr. and Mrs. Pursley have as ('children Gladys and Tommie .I the l I.....' prt.... Bpiclal r4n...tUntlnn -
stitution. Crews of Long Bildge. Besides lcnph
i crowd Is expeitod While neither I The executive powers vested In their guests their daughter and a host of friends and relatives. He REGISTERED EMBALMIKDEWITT
l be called
team Is what could of Palatka.
a president chosen for four years grand daughter was laid to rest in the Crews cemetery C. JONES $ (
l they are evenly -
f'ylt remarkably strong and Edna Pearce )
Misses Mary .
t I known as the afternoon
determined to win. I by a Indirect system near his home Sunday
and
matched
the of their STARKE. FLA.
: of Starke were guests
r electoral college. The vicepresident atJ\ p. m. The burial was
The game will bring many favorites -I Mr. and Mrs. P B.
r Tornado Is chosen In the same way, untie and aunt, In charge of H. L. Fowler( of Lake which '
t' formerly of the 'but has no power In the government bunt this week. Butler. '1(1)JIIlJ) ) m=I Built by special Firestone gum-dipping process

%' miuad Into action This Includes except In case of the death Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes visited j extra strength, stamina and mileage. Has the Fires!'

1 11 forward, McMillan, Futch and ''or disability of the president. The their daughter: Mrs. P. J. Pearce -- scientifically designed balloon tread that has set a near
w Hughes, centers. Hitch and Ca- I I Full-
I and president Is commander-ln-chlet last Sunday. age standard for balloon and high-pressure tires.
Mal Cox
nova guards, pas. to have ''of the military forces of the nation Mrs. C P. Sasser and daughter flexible, tough-with rut-resisting sidewalls.OLDFIEL.
The Seniors seem
Moore.
of Valdosta, returned -
Miss Clara May,
administers the laws and appoints '
the slickest offensive but the Juniors ( diplomatic oUlcers, supreme to their home after a visit' A Few A Bank Account
Things -
: p i i ( defense In especially and shooting strong ''courtjudges: and other officers by with Mrs. Sasser's father, P. B

St 1 The Seniors passing of the Senate. Hunt.Dr..
and with tile consent
have been one of the features of and Mrs. R. M. Faver and
i 1 The judicial is vested in II
'A f f; al' the Tournament, as has been the power .
of Lake
daughter Miss Blanche, service
such other Does
d .V 1 Juniors scrappy play It Is difficult a supreme court and in I A rugged,

b'' the winner but I inferior courts as Congress may scientific I u
t' to prophesy devotional exercises last Thursday. tire with

W. which ever team it is, they will elltabll"h.I I During his talk he read an Interesting Cpi' 1
The court has Jurisdiction and strong f
| supreme design
possess a well earned victory. portion of Moffet's translation -

11 The Rats display of fight and over nil legal cases arising of one of the Psalms and gave 1 forced carcass const!

grit has been one of the features under the constitution; over cases I a few thoughts concerning Ideal % + I III al '
In which United States IH early !
the a Sidewalls !
r of the tournament. The work of 1 citizenry as taught by the Bible, i tion.
S party and over cases between the II
..."', Glenn McMillan and Howard states. that was very valuable to the stuI 'I I protected. Fully

Din-, I ___ __ ___ I dents. f III'lll'
Firestone30x4.7521
t I t ranted by
n, II. S, HUNK
a" especially commendable. Their In all probability a girls' Inter. I

only victory has been over the Mrs. White: Why didn't you class basketball. tournament will Puts one in touch with and in the class $11 50
Sophomores by a score of 20 to 2, study your Caesar? be played next week. If so, the Balloon .

but holding they the supplied Juniors an to upset a clone l>y I Lena Belle-To tell the truth determine elimination the manner champion of sextet.play will On with, men of affairs ; gives one access to Other sizes priced proportionately low

my throat was so sore, I coudn'teven '
score of 14 to 10, and gave all sJp-1 speak English. Monday the Rats and Sophs would the services of the bank relieves
1 ;
play, and Wednesday the Juniors many
iv l porters of the third year boys quitea

scare. In their meeting with. the I Paul I\nlght-Am: I a bass or and Seniors would meet. The two I one of worry and responsibility as to COURIERNothing
winners would play the deciding
a'' Seniors they appeared even better baritone?

d dy going through the Senior defense Mrs. Wall-No, you ere not. game Friday. safety of funds ; provides convenience ; better to he found 1

v for 14 points. They furnished a at anything near this price.

4 ,,' big surprise in leading the Seniors I Joe Maipna-What\ Is the chargefor inspires self confidence and furnishes a Firestone-built, with many rw' t lilt'' '

the first juarter. 5-4. this battery? it with Flowers long-wear features. Has t (ql ,
Say
Garageman.-One and one-half all I tough derails and '
"'HonTssts: AV LONir faithful, accurate accounting of II tread, u ill

"S1IO1H'' volts. Flowers For All I with scientific anti-skid de

4t Joe--Well, bow much Is that In transactions. sign. Hacked
by standard
'ir By "Mac"Ilasketball American money? I Occasions I II tire manufacturers' war II L $
-- '
faun are missing I ranty.
Tommy-I can trace relations.
some of the best games of the sea-
back to( the family tree. Gertrude Godbey
I Bon at ten o'clock each morning. I 30x34! 29x1.40/21
Burrhead I thought that'swhat I
$10
t The games of the High School I you were. AndersonPhone i iI Cord $5.95 Balloon

class tournament are going oft perfect ..
S Tommy-Were what?
x I
and though some high scores .
are being run up. don't think that Burrhead--only two things. live 39' Waldo Fla. .
In trees, birds. and monkeys, I ,

every point Isn't fought for till don't see any feathers on you. ...... ---- I AIRWAY|
the
the ball passes through hoop.

J In the last week some teams I ::
;:
\
have under while others have Little Rooks My brother stud- I BANK OF STARKEA
gone ,lee Latin and algebra Y 'oughta + 'nere's tire at
of the defeated good
o rose. Among the worst a
hear him Howde do to the ladies .0
say
8 '
teams we flnd the Sophs For colds ROLL OF HONOR BANKE. Bill
l'y7 who entered the tournament rated algebra.. grip 11'x.' rock-bottom price.

di as the weakest team and lived up I Leo--Why does the stork standon and flu take S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier ..5 k e t -- the great Firestone j

t 9l to the name, but you'll have to on foot I II Yf) t tories. where better !
hand It to them for their good ,
c, r sportsmanship under such conditions David-I'll bite why' ,, I r1f manufactured at I ]
I Leo -- Recause If he'd lift the I i\\ are
though: they had nearly one _.
_J I
r other -- --
foot he'd tali lown ------ -- (
:
y -ti hundred points run up on them, It prices.

they have not yelled about the, Miss Florence-Every day we ,III 181 ..____ Mi .i ui im4iiiiiKi r I1g t

refereeing or not being given a fair | breathe oxygen, now what do we .

chance as losing teams generally breathe at night? alotabs HAROLD C, WALLINSURANCE \ 29x1.40/21 30x335

f 4, do. James Lewla--Nltragen. $6.05 $4
x ''r This shows that boys at II. II.I TRADL MART( Rafe, Balloon Cord

l r S. can be good losers and hope Baseball season la just beginning

ri r h this will continue. Then we want to find a place in the Tornado -

to thank Joe Thomas for his ft no 1 camp. Unless otherwise announced I STARKE. FLORIDA
1 i, Jr.
ail va' refereeing Joe has shown hat( the fret practice game of .Represent the Best Leading Insurance Compan* J. W. ANDREWS,

? shown real tournament style making the year will be played with Waldo Relieve. the congestion

i the games las fast as possible this Friday. prevent complication., FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE, BOND LIABILITY

for the hot weather. Rev E. M. Rooks pastor of the and hasten recovery. I ADJUSTMENTS )L\DE PROMPTLY STARKE, FLORIDA

Wednesday the Sophs and Jun. First Methodist church led In the I _._,,
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J 1- Sixty! or mora years ago McGuffey's At this season-poultry raisers ... <. I'I'r'
JI 'f.
of Florida in Short Paragraph Readers occupied conspicuous are figuring on supplementing his .' ,

I I place In all the school rooms flocks for the coming year. Each ..; $\;

i .d> the country. year a certain number of old birds '.. ,l

The selections afforded themesfor the flock and sold !
culled from u
are '
State NewsTOLD Friday afternoon orations for and to Increase the size of the t: i' ,

ive the boys and recitations for the flock or the number of producers; \ !

girls and the exercises were some- It Is necessary to raise baby chicksor I\t '

times largely attended by the par purchase pullets. '

ents and others. The hatching reason for pro- '
BY OUR EXCHANGES The following verses by an unknown duction of pullets Is during March : .. "

author were among the and April for the light breeds of .. .p ,

_u-_-_-- _,,_ .... ..-----alonvila most popular: birds. This will allow the pullet IN ff3 MONTHS.
I to come Into produc-
/Ample time
track, and as far as could be determined -
__ Definite steps I've wandered to the village, Tom, tion in the early fall when eggs

toward a "white way" no passengers were In- I've sat beneath the tree should be 'bringing the maximum

Jackaonvllle and Baldwin jured. Upon the schoolhouse playground price. iEARILY AM II.LI to 1'\1
ken at a meeting of the That sheltered you and me, The heavy birds should be N

bite Way club at-the com- Tallahassee-The federal gov- Jut[ none were left to greet me, hatched earlier than the lighterbreeds.

1 1 at' White House. Two ernment will extend all possibleaid Tom, I '
Lees named by Presl- And few were left to know either eggs for :
were In purchasing GHA\I\JGE
to the State Game and FreshWater g11E1ta : ,
MEN
"v, Chase of the organlza- Who played with me upon the hatching or buying chicks, remem- !
attend approaching meet- Fish Department of Flor- green I ber that quality counts and is de

. the county commissioners ida In the establishment of the Just forty years ago. sired. Cheap eggs; and chicks are : !

on the long time latter's proposed fresh water fish most expensive. : : IL
action the ELL
ge project. hatcheries, Henry O'Malley Unit- The grass was Just as green, Tom, TO cln<<:: !. i

g ed States commlsotoner of fisheries Barefooted boys at play ()non\"s D.RLlG"Lawtey I (

Beach-The Daytona has assurred J. B. Royals commissioner Were sporting, just as we did then I --

Morning Ona Times local news- of the state department.The ,With spirits just as gay. school auditorium, Fri- L t\d

; made good Its promisen -assurances were given duringa Dut the master sleeps upon the day, March 23, 8 p in. ", '\1)
has :\ -'
filling station visit just made to Florida by hill, Cast of haracters: I.
gasoline .. ,
.. "
a Grime; ..
order to bring down the Mr. O'Malley, accompanied by G. Which, coated o'er with snow Mrs. Lawson, Nettlq IF m

, gasoline. The first day's E. Heath, assistant in charge of Afforded us a sliding place Lorraine Lawson, onle Rivers nil-; ]
f
Dinklns;
otaled 4,700 gallons of gas. the division of fish culture of the Some forty years ago. Alice Norton, Dollie
editor and pub- federal bureau of fisheries. Both ly Norton, Doris Burney; Maggie 4WA ,
sparkman Vir-
of the paper, said. The re- expressed enthusiasm over the possibilities The old schoolhouse is altered Louise Thede; Mammy Julie Bur ;

here has been of the fish culture pro- Rome, ginia Shaw; Sukey, Blanche '
of gasoline .J
ice The Times' filling sta- gram being laid out for Florida, The benches are replaced ney; James Lawson, Horace Cox; ; I'V
Donald
18 gelling It at 20 cents. Mr. Royall said.TallahasseeThe. By new ones very HUo the, .tame Lindsey Norton, Dan Harley; ..g.t F -,. N fc.*

Our jackknives had defaced. Lane, Robert Haney; Capt. ,. 'v:
(
abassee-Florlda has a new thin gray line But the same old bricks are In the Holstead, Vernon Rowe. Songs !f d '
I I Adulst, zee:. ; children -
the "eternal of the Civil ( between acts. WHY:
officer. lie Is ot Florida's veterans wall, 3Be.f AND IIE4RES F
t Fla., fish In and fro 16c; reserved seats, )
A Cross City war will march upon Arkansas The bell swings to ; -- &
I L'
( wrote the "eternal general" i| May. Major General T. J. Apple- Its music's just the same, dear from Kidney J\
'
[ opinion as to whether he toI, yard, commander of the Florida Tom R and Bladder VrE STATE it aa our honest }
to obtain a license division, United Confederate Veterans 'Twas forty years ago. Trouble. Don't
The have local postofflce looked, Is planning for active participation I SL/5 PK* let these organ belief that the tobaccos! used in
1 '
la list of state government t of his organization in The spring that bubbled 'neath the R e make Heed a the martyr first Chesterfield cigarettes arc of i
of
found no such agency,\ the annual reunion of the veteransto hill you. '
and
,
I
a "things are
that
communication was sent toI( be held at Little Rock, May 8 Close by the spreading beech warning Drink freely of water THEY SATISFY finergiialityandhenceofbettet. "
not right. '
high
title came the nears to 11. Following the selection of Is very low; 'twas once so Oil Cap- other ?
whose Gold Medal Haarlem than lu cigarette
e take MILD
and taste
TIIEYRE any
"attorney general." I his military and sponsorlal staffs, That we could almost reach; rules. A world famous remedy for kid- and yet t "'

consisting of over one hundred and And kneeling down to take a neyliver,bladder and uric acid troubles I at the price. lr ,

lahaHsee! -Florida will soon fifty prominent men and women of drink, Since 1696. 'Liccrrr & straw TOBACCO Co. ,

Its appearance In pictures Florida, General Appleyard has re- Dear Tom, I started so, D MBDJdI-

will\ be in the form of ',ceived at letter from Edmond R, To think how very much I've ,

J Sowing the agricultural, Wiles, of Little Rock, general changed WI HwAAerRLeErei A OIL "dd
,, A1IIAt :: H
resources of commltee, advising years ago. : ''' :
trial, and other I I lof the reunion Since forty ,
sections of the state. him that preparations are being an dniaolitak la three \fm.\ Look for the -
arlous i .01111010.1 box.
th.blue
by the house 10,000 spring, upon an elm, awe on
nap is being prepared I made to feed and Near that I If
of immigration. It Is berawn -i who are expected to attend the re- You know, I cut your name, -
u .I beneath It,
by II.fi Just
colors sweetheart's
in. water union. Your
work A.
of Buffalo. The eStuartPersons Tom lAnd
fi reen reached the halfway j In the 31 coun- you did mine the same.
just
and the bureau was called ties of South Florida Interested In Some heartless wretch has peeledthe

. to give its approval to the possible division of the state Into bark;

made. | North Florida and South Florida ,'Twas dying sure, but slow. f
ess .. will meet at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon Just as that one whose name you
!I
rrento.A tornado which dlp- I March 24 In OkeechobeeI cut

|nto Sorrento and several ad- I the purpose -of discussing the Died forty years ago.My .

-- .-..,?.?, Claimed_._.__n__ the life of matter, according to information
ged II! LVn.woman, probably fatally { received from William O.: Blanchard lids have long been dry, Tom, -

another, and leaving up- Miami, who has cauea the nut tears came In my eyes. ;
1 ing of two score others Injured meeting. Mr. Blanchard said that I thought of her I loved so well, "'----r'

rlous degrees, apparently had the meeting was not to be held as Those early broken ties.I .

I I Itself within an hour, a check a gesture toward gaining of legislative visited the od churchyard. '
In Lake Orange and' control of the state, nor toward And took some flowers to strew s

inole>e towns counties, showed Sutur-(i, tae setting of one section of Upon the graves of those we loved'! t .

67.1 I the other. It will forty years ago. i
\Mrs. J, H. Blackwell. the state against Just
killed when the wind twisted be a means of bringing togetheron -
I laid,
home down, hurtling her and I common ground and under a Some are in the churchyard )
the sea;
outside and onto the common purpose the heterogenous Some sleep beneath
ind rete piano highway. Mrs. \V. M. citizenry of south !Florida It will And none'are left of our old class I

(sdale, also of Sorrento, was attempt to secure for the area Excepting you and me.shall come, I )
eollditary which now when our time
ved fatally Injured. benefits and And 1
Seksonvllle accrue to the counties In the Tom

-The lifeless form northern part of the state, It was And we are called to go,
those we
.hart.. M... Caldwell. 28, .press- said I hope we'll meet with
gas-fllled loved
was found in the '
Arnold Printing Com- Plant City-A story appearing Some forty years ago.
e of the .
th street, at the Courier on Tuesday, stated co-operative p ;
East Foray in
224 newest

dock r. Sunday afternoon. When R. T. that strawberry weevils In berry had fields been in marketing One of the groups In Florida Is the 1 motors. >*i '
by operating Association -
entered found .J todaY'snew
oflice was County Poultry .
,
Brooks Broward
and .A. N. type
old. employer of Caldwell found this vicinity. Dr.experimental laboratory which was organized recentlyby = or ltY lt/
tdent of the concern, he In charge of the County Agent C. E. Matthews. 4(7
who was authority -
place fllled with escaping gas at Springfield .
a heater and saw Caldwell I I for the original statement, that there are innny who are returning I .+ t

ng at his desk; with his head (has advised( the Courier that further to the farms.
The man was investigation of the pests county It Is conservativelY
ing on his arms. In Taylor
I when found Caldwell left I found oil plants. in this vicinity, stated that the acreage .In
I ort note'eux; ;inlng-ihat he fined has resulted In their- Identificationunder 'cash crops will be enormouslycreased in-- I SAFE oil.
nameheadlng. feed and I
to end his life. a different with even more
e I The weevils found here are Wee whatIs food crops ''being planted than Is 9 11

death this as "Cowpea Pod R. S. Smith county ;
*.mpa--The second known usual, reports
t from typhoid fever caused :, vil" says Dr. Brooks. They are agent.
said similar to the strawberry in Columbia county .
oysters
,the victim eating I Ir very been !Farmers
been taken from the bay weevil, which has never unusually active breaking
ave are
Friday.!! state, and the treatment county agent,,
this Fulford
here, was on record found in land. C, A. '
to stop suggested for the Berry WeeI that the planting this
Ilk ofllcials took steps estimates!
sale of oysters from any but vII will\ prove effective in combatIng year, will more than double those raso1in !
I I So
he states. decided Interest
roved beds, alter the latest viea this new pest, first In- of previous years. A CLEAN
typhoid : this is the has been
negro girl, died of far as known in pimento peppers
she had eaten> record where the Cowpea In that section recently, and _
IT a week after I I lance on strawberries shown i
from a peddler Pod Weevil has attacked acres have been pledged by
ers purchased | has been 250 M
fever I I Dr. Brooks
deaths from typhoid | although state farmers.
a been reported here within the advised from the office of the I will also
Gainesville, that modern car f""
which
of at Your
two entomologist
L few months, I reported \otoroilwas
Uh officials said, had been trac- the same pest has lately been trees In : YOUR case of PILES TJAN-AM with clean '

llrectly to the eating of oysters as attacking citrus from .oth.r and If *.. modperform better l !
different fit'
section. I. no developed to give ",
I Loughman .bltnh. r.li.f tlf U U*
bay. the obtained
'II from the : I h v This I .
A FAZO OINTMENT w>can )'0'" gasoline. In!

o.llahasse-'Repondlng to a I Unusual- ActivityOn Evrr;ninta dvtnH.t.et.. u. eo..)'''hin.PAZO..pINTMKNT sand UIAWIIIrotnxlmn ; :,ender or ern motors the extra proPanAm ,
of a Rii Film. In tub, with pita pip, 7gn refined with
Hamatlon of the president In tin no*, Wit Why no*tnrI ft. gasoline is
Vnlted States designating Ap-\ Florida Farms I= _. tectfon they need because }

2Z to 28, Inclusive, as Amerl- unusual care to remove :

Forest Week. Oov. John W -Fla.Florida far-i of higher speeds,increased ; t '

tin Is asking Floridians to ob- Gainesville; for Increased carbonformingelements !
v.th, serious region mers are planning Colds heat.
ve that period according to re- engine
year
forestry this
acreage and
state's
the
upon county agentsof j ;
the
in by

arT iblems.of agriculture William ,Jardine In a letter execu-sec-to ports the sent Agricultural- Extension DI- ,I I I Throat When the and air Nose passages are inflamed of the It is safe oil-refined PSpt7 foreign matter. i 1

the vision.
i governor, advised their inflammation w
the
are Increasing from a Cold from tough i
of the designation ot Americanest i Farmers acreage and more farmers : will remain until the Cold ia gone. That means a
Week, which Mr. JardineI planting new land for To work off the Cold and to fortify ,,
clearing base
I, will be the elgth consecutiver are William\ Gomme, I the system against Grip and paraffin motor- ,
development. planting, says Influenza, cleaner
given to forest of Duval county i' .
e observance, he added will a'ituevul be acting county agent decided "back to Take ,crudes. It pro 4
There is a less carbon trou
nlon-wlde. that sec-
e the farm" movement in XIBromo r the hottest'

.....-Th a engineer.. flrea tion It Is _stated.u____ _",...tv., comes .the ( \ tects bleandawealthany
* and three express car em- From Citrus "W.-Is at-least- 100 {! friction spots in w
there
yes of the Florida Bast Coast report that farming operations 1 R of extra power.
,, more Quinine
southbound
o.ay train No.7, percent County Agent {I motor.
re killed early Friday when the than a year ago. are
that there I tablets
in left the rails halt a mile I, R. Nolan declares and in some '

rtb. of Titusville. The train, ft many new comers due to Increased I Iii I i
Is
al made of several express cases the expansion It la easy to get rid of a Cold if Corporation
up Petroleum
it too long. Get k. t{
read acreage. don't neglect American
was
coaches, you ,
j and two day the tracks The same reports come from a box of BROMO QUININ 3Oc. Pan ..
left Rob-

i en the as outer having rail ot a curve gave Baker county.Ward says County that Agent there will I this Th.bo.=r.. G. &OV Also ar/m.ton/ 01 KIP Iruealc .. SEMDAC auto polish, and SUPEJlLA candles

T. The englnu-wa! three cars ert F. planted this

nt Into a ditch overturning. They be a larger acreage due to the fact l Proven Merit since 1889-
leave the than last year
coaches did not |year I

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RR.\nFOIU COCJ.TY TI:!.Inn.Pl1.: ; STAKKE. FIORID\ ., .. .. .'RID.\Y, bL1Rt R
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it ,. .. rAC.k FYCR -- I
'1' I I I !1J. DennIson of Midway. Fairbanks
act mtiHli al) comedy was the accolnplishrrl .......................4 4BROOKER : I iSurrenty were visitors to St. Aug-, o epeai ,,
I
I. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Thomas, Mr. with Mrs Huwi .
I I
: Miss Ethel Griffin. I.I ?Justlne last Wednesday. Thomas, and little
: and Mrs. R. B. J. II.

I c.a.t J Mrs C. A. Futch .as chairman'I I Ml... Lola. l.nl...,.. Cor. 4 Mrs T. P. Ward and children ; daughter. Hazel, spent Sunday last Kelley,
c> :: to Lacrosse Wednesjday. Mrs. B. E. II.
'tat' 4 were visitors "
with Mr. and Mrs.
I of cast, made wise selections of .............+.........., I I near Graham week-end ,
W. Reynolds. here \. "t.,,
( I
F.
i eN l the whole show was so
talent aD< ,
: ;=1 nrooker, March 23.-Dr. K. L.,. I Mr Allen Greene and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Louis demons and Mrs R. B. Thom 4Mr
,
9 well rendered that any comment Oracle visitors to Starke I
: 7- Biggs was a business visitor here I I, were little daughter of St&rke spent : and Mrs .i I v\ 1 r.
I other than a "perfect cast" seems Wednesday with Mr. and !Mrs
I / here several days last week. visitor last Friday here Wednesday In Stark
I Mr. Perry McGrlff was a II
superfluous. I J. W. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs i If n

n i' I Phone 29 Pretty costumes and peppy: songs Mr. L. A. Crosby was a business to Gainesville Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and children, were bu "
'I visitors to Starke last Thursday. I Mr. H. P. Gainey, Mr. S. M.
Starke
last Sunday at last n
I children spent ThureciH.
the whole I II
s. I I added greatly to pro visitor to Okeechobee
Mott,
..L Mr. Frank Groover waa carriedto were I Graham with their daughter and !( Mr. J. O Denn,

'' : CI.NTIY: TIIUIIiLIl CLUBIlTIIIT.tINEl duction. the hospital at Starke last weekon last Tuesday. moved son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs I. W. Warren of Mldw i ,, 1t1
TVITIITH : ) Mrs. George C. White, as chair- account of typhoid fever. Mrs Dedla Conerly has section MondayThe 4
: :
('1.( II TIII'USIIIVOne man of ticket committee, so well Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and I back to OkeecllOboe.I Dyal.Mr.. and Mrs. Delatha Starlingand many frlemt ,
-
handled affairs that $92.58 net receipts son. Clarenca, were attending the I Selma, of Groover 1
little daughter
the parties of the !Mrs. C. lo'. Hoover entertained are vet
of t pri'tly when : was added to the treasury funeral of hla son-in-law, Mr 11[. *.. ........N..*< pt Cooter Pond, were in our section his Illness.! Vey
'
Thimble
week wa Thursday evening members ot: St. Mark's .
tbt- of the chapter. Crews of Long Bridge. I. Sunday. Mr. Norman W.,,
entertained I
r r Minn MahclVcl Ii>r Circle at her homo Monday after HIGHLAND ;:
Mra. Parrish who has y'
Avery Howard
itvrKllTAI.NS Mr. and Mrs. J. II. of section Thursday '
curd club.
Twautl 'tIi Century MIIS.VYM; .IN :
S f noon. Dogwood blossoms were : been ill for several weeks, has recovered -i!I. !Ml... M. IHlvka.. Cor. .Ii I
I' Bunk'is and, linen of dogwood ,
blonxotiis adorned/ the living rooms used in the living room, where Honoring Mrs Kd Ferryman, of j I and is able to be up again. .N...................
r done and several after I The cold weather has upset the I
' rf when: four tables were arranged! sewing was Atlanta, OR., who Is spending the I,'i Highland, March 23.-Mr. .1 The
lames fOHtlvltles planned.The people very much as what to do to Cream
for aui' lion bridge The St. Patrick winter here Mrs. Lenthall Wyman their IIrs.V.. M Wlmb'erly and \ o()
nerved strawberryIce
iiOBteHH protet crops.
yt h lUmi wan curried out In the entertained the Line de Mole club i Freddie Wlmberly of Baldwin,
and angel, food cake with The B. Y. P. U. from Corinth
cream
of
tallies designating! the places I Thursday afternoon at her Kings- spent several days the guests of
dainty of bridal wreath put on a very nlco and long pro- '
a spray
t ; .pt the players and green home-made ley lake home. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly last S the
i the tabled. on each plate to her guests, who gram here last Sunday night. The -
camll were nerved on A pleasing effect In decoration week! returning to their home Fri
J. Mrs Edwin ', I around here enjoyed It :
Mrs. S. Malpus! people
delightful !vonlng were: -AvK
1 + At the close of a wait obtained by the use of dogwood day. .
served by Southern Mrs. H. S Carleton I very much, and hope they will
a salad course WUH blossoms combined with yel- Mr Cheatliem of Lawtey was a I
Mrs. J. L Fraztte, Mrs J. C. Hoover put on one again soon 5- TobaccosCrop
( the hostess' and wardH prexonted.Mrs. I and 5
low jasmine In baskets pottery business visitor here Thursday. ,
Mrs C. II. Mr. L. K. and A. D
and Mrs. W K. Butler Gaiuey .5
n, O, I,. Ht asley won high vases. ----- Mr and Mrs. F. D. Lang and I
Mrs. It. J. Davis and Mrs
Marks
+ a hand-embroidered nrd table I I Hours passed swiftly during the children were visitors to Starke ,

't 1 cover, the work of the IIOHI.OSH. H. M. Young. discussion of Margaret Kennedy's Saturday 'y

I Mrs, J. \V AndrowH, Jr., was low .u'rla\uv: : ;' IUClIICa'J.en- : /ibook, Red Sky at Morning. ,' A Mr. and Mrs. John Capo and I II IIIrs

'h and received! a dainty handker- Later In the afternoon Mrs. Wy- CENT WORD | Miss Mildred Moore of Jacksonville -

chief 811 rciiiHcilallon. prize. Mr. O. 1 Members\ of the Afternoon ] man nerved a dainty refreshment were visitors here Thursday. w'+y'ttr?

I. Ih "HI'v, made high score for the Bridge club enjoyed a delightful course of pear salad 1, rolls, choc- COLUMN Mrs U. C. Wimberly, Mr. and I

I,4 men arid Mr R. F. IJemorest low; afternoon Thursday, when they olate rakes and tea :Mrs\ ,.... M. Wimberly Miss\ Ethel
they rcrolved cards and socks rc- the afternoon with the Chufa seed, Florida and North o
wore guests of Mra. O. L. Deawlcy. Enjoying lUcks and Miss Freddie Wimberly I

IpeI'U".IY. nt her home on Walnut Rtreet.I I honoree and hostess were Mrs L.I Carolina peanuts at White's 3-2- motored to Green Cove Springs ; rDaSrEL1 N (

) l Those playing with Miss We I lor !blossoms T. J. Alderman, 4 t. "'' ,
Quantities of dogwood A. Davis Mrs. by the way of Kingsley lake and .

and Mr. J. J. Truby were,: Mr. mid were used In the rooms Mrs. E. K.: ferryman and Mrs.\ De- FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Penney Farms Friday. They werejoined I -
Mrs.
Mr. Nat Steruherg, Mr and whom the tables were arranged ) Witt C. Jones. Uggs for setting, 75 for 15, at Starke by Mrs.\ Nelson i
L.
O
Mrs.
and !
B. L Peek, Mr
the places ------
for cards. Doslgnatlng: from blood breeding stock. Green. -
pure
UeiiHli'v Mr (and 1l1Irll. H. ] Demo- .1\\1'.1L "':Jo'I'J: tJJ'JU'JSU'TEHJ.S
wore tallies done In attractive Mrs. Oeo. A. GitrdlmT! 3-23-tf. H. D. Carter of Maxvllle was
Andrews CIU'JtcHThe
Mrs. J.V. .
und
rout Mr several --- --- -
' i' l spring design and after transacting business here Satur-
'I lit Jr !Mi' and Mm 1 It.[ C. hitch Mrs. Interesting progressions gifts were FOIl It HNT- )-roonr house on day.
t rL.:. lllggs.MhlIIOIMHT of the First
I F, V Stump, andllll'. awarded the wInners. annual meeting held I South street. Inquire of J. W. Rev. Leonard Taylor of Jacksonville -

1 : -w.- ':\M..CIIICLlif4 .. Mrs. n. M. Inman was awarded, Wednesday Presbyterian evening:church at the was church<< Morgan Starke, Fla. 3-2-tf was a visitor here Sun

1 a pair of silk hose, while a box of ) day.
deliveredby SALE Six-tube radio set,
A short sermon was FOR -
,
.
for Her stationery was presented to Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. N. T Green and MARTIN
Preparing '
"America 1 Dr. J. F. Shepherd of KustU: brand new, cheap W. N. John- wry;.t
b Tusk" was the subject discussed 12, Corpenltig as holder of second baby of Starke visited relatives
who Is state executive of the Presbyterian son. Starke. 3-10-2t.
'a by both circles<< at their respective high score.Delicious church. here Sunday. JOHNSON }
,
' j4 mooting- Monday afternoon. Circle refreshments Included i Annual reports were then made FOR HCNT OR SALE-Five room Mrs\ II. C. WImberly and Miss\ ,

q No.1. under the direction of tuna flsh salad saltines, toast the olllcefs and department bungalow with double garage Beth Wimberly spent Monday with Explorer Smokes

T t I; Mrs. W. 10 Mlddletoh, met at the la-y heads by of the church after which Garden and chicken run. A. E relatives at Baldwin. ,

't r,1 homo of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Colley : the annual banquet was served by Wall Starke. 3 9-tt Lucky Strikes in
the Nei
+l with the folowlng members present nuts wore nerved during the ladles auxiliary at the manse .NONON... ....
: Mmdamcs! William Struth, W. guinea Favors were a dainty I WILL PAY $200.00 REWARD Wildest Africa

A. Colby. Fred Snpp J. H. Hitch, bunch of violets on each plate and, toasts made as follows: For sufficient evidence to convict : ZIFF :
it!. Mitchell.
Our I"arllea--J. "Once the
the parties that stole 2G on Abyssinian
Wood!, J. F. Col- Playing cards were:
T. J. Orlllln\ A. A. Miss. Opal Lents, Cor.
51, ) 1Irs.V.. M. Our Gentlemen-Mrs. It. head of cattle during the : :
4. M trio tUwood: Misses Olive Mrs A. Z. Adkins, my border iny shipment of
ley HuK ito aid Fiekrlclta Strutli. Wainwright Mrs. J. C. Robinson! Tucker. latter part of October and No- .'..s )...... ... ..... Lucky Strikes from America t

1 '1'11,> {tylblo questions were led, by Mr<. H V. Knight, Mr. J. K. Cor- Our Young People-Ml Carrfe vember, 1927. 23 head marked Ziff March 23.-Miss Opal

1E of iJomormt, Mrs. Uglow. swallow fork, upper anti under- missed us, and I was
Mi: ( M I V"< Hay and the study pening, Mrs. R. F. LinviH has returned home after a
I t <'I h, i, i i I"J in "Now Tasks for E. M. Johns Mrs. W. J. Bppernon, Oirr Choir-Mr*. K. M. Davis. bit in one ear, and, under squareIn weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. miserable unil:: l the nati ves

Mrs. Mrs. O. Our church--To see ourselvesas the other ear; and 3 head un-
directed by Jr.. Mrs. Nat Sternberg
1 i .ni.was'
1'1; followed tracks
!' I M. Inman Miss( Mahal Weller, and others s" m--Dr. D. F. Potter*, Marked. M. W. Mnnaell. 3-9-It --,-,_. -----. our across
1'i A ,1uwl The dutu1b'ot the church 0. N the Kaisout desert to
+ b p .u; ih' twin of the )program the Mrs. O. L. Hoynes.H WANTED-Nice largo paper shell)

.. I stud< by Mrs Fred Sapp Christy. ATTENTIONWe Nairobi iv'th: my precious
i IK "t eerved a )1 m7K"ArivKB): : A5Y" Our next paalor Who? What? pecans. F. A. Butt Starko.; 1
K ito atruth,
p ;"ui .F. A. Swoezy. I cargo of LucJcies After
I rKIRHRATIOM When?-Judge
hot
with!
..1'1. --il.nl mii'io FOR SALE-Ten acres land peargraded
14 Y l : Mi''. |I"( n, N''n rooms Who pays the bIUS--N. a. tiuu. road, eight workable four years of. smoking 1

\. I nPtene:! < i ulih' (huge Judge alai Mra. A. Z. Adklnsmlcbiated Religion and toll tics-United' two and on"*halt. aorant plowed, salt ;.supply. you in Lttckies in witdest Africa,
birthdayand
:,4, 6t I ':iMioms.jt < his fifty-flrst They ytaud- T. N. Kendrlck. half acre strt wborrle, .11,000. I .
I t t I f"I'o\( + find voice in perfect '
: si' i 1.\ 1\\'i hM, lea their sevent@eoth/ wedding an- Opt next ;pautwr's Wife--What cash or t.... John Kellogg strawberry sups .1)4.J orates, iny

.. nl li,i' hone ntvojsary FrIday evtmlng by Ifctilt will be *X\\0 teid of her?-Miss t Starke. '-. "' 8-16..4t' condition for, my lecture ,
rtwi
u
t .. boy and feed and also
car

cud Hie n IlInh r of frjond! to ptwetalw Mnuel Weller.Our !. 1' n. i tour in Americ.t"
,
r i.1"\ ,' I t t'' < f
I I' ''t:" I, .' plfni'. .iitly .o, nn'ftluou\ dlnnor Turkey reliving/ pastpr--J M.1 i FOil RI N"- CppW three room I ry ta stock in our.warehouse

II I i.tiina. tt t1" <> t triiBintn/W) / and strwik Mitchell) 1 1)cu1111 nt. ,. Furainhcd ov "
G- '
a :na t 'j'1 ( :nil / S' e were greatly +F r : its:, i J' L I rulPiui ,' ( W. M.--II1R'r1i10A- --Y J'Aii'lY I ,_! ? ; _2:: a ( { ( '-" !T'7 ---"
4 ,1 1 i t t' *' ,furorecl guoale., I' ; C/
Ii.* 'II' :1 r' 1 '. : RAYING.-.I have: puicf&a-'ed tl.oImiine I Uvt.d Rod Steer fertilizers\ _
J i 'I1< !i 1'.' ,ui:('Uou( games; \ 1.] ,, I Ih I I
,< ntltt >
,1 Ili i I ti :i el played 1.'i. j ,
i i'l'hl,1U1
., ,t 11\ ,1..1'i S 11\, cooling! Mm rirt-l\A\ Number TV(1f the IU"'Jjtt'V ] :nuefur ; 6 horn U[ I S
; n I lit O. Jj l> 1 \U"i>.H'M. :\ Km:!!U'ty Pa-! > fnd have trucks ('! 1 .iv; rd.'irt' VlRoro a ppa- 1(>

I '1" Uio former; rocelv-i I 1 arh1ae'dl" < fit at P 1 Ij'y; ;ji-, 1.) Pit, .*- '! h.' nljug) at f Lluat-s Phono j l ra.; ;' .. ; '. .'

t ,., wit Mri > ,? I iv.r i u>...:(Il1"l and the l 1'ttwp : .doy:! ) i,, ; ,.'.-t''I'1't"'f'1 i > \ ,I' ':10 to[ ; j :10 | 'g'.J.' n.4.$11aw, .:I-.j..a"; I I ) our t.n; 'lioii'i, lj.wns I fjow- I" f ) .r' 1.\'r(\ r I'.. et'",

tt : p ,. t t. wli'f..J01k! ;%In \jf-l | [U (InH ,itoriui.; I ) 1'j ; : I I i tally pr"pared plant food for ., v.JNo .," '
f'ot knawu
/ 1 I f.tNi.Well wiVo for
,
,
Ii. nC nn-ny token: i )S"Ji\vo"i :and iu'ldhl: data, Ltsn.t .
'
i f. "iI" OCr unpaid\ ,butou. o. 5I. "n,,hly pt jiu '- ,, nd l it I
s'irubbury
rte t Try ,
,
J I" "i".f't i' in : in Thr." [ ,..N.- '
I ','.j 1 Id' I Ii' ) .ni.ii: $10.00 ittthcr then ship 1 13raltntncturgt !I ,51': [rvil"" .
'. w'1' of (\Ialllt | 'wtt\ : i ftail':>'wV' u- ;d 1 1:1: the living! ., I -- -- ----- -
i r oOStll"" ) "' \1011 I 7ji
i I S Q\ ":"'\1 !hIlt /In V'N'I' thI; I n' 'i on u'H tin! nij 1)111:) ; Hun\ <'(\rII { \ BOX Ill I. Jat.ltr"nrUle .;i ;. \u pleased. I *'!1028) Tho _\..illd'lClt.acco. Co., loco
if( ..
1S 1 J. .11 nut a (cto'' ;' Un: sl'C Uioeu! .. .. ". :a-a3-8t: : :! I .
> on of it' !; I\'IJ'H1' be\\l1\11' pn I )( L ------ .e' 5----
J.)
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\' i r no) .. .
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;r .\Hd <, :t tin \1,1\1(1(( rwoijx:: wlll1t> I mit 1'I\ r> ffi: FAY. JIJ.SO:! doa'\n. sewing; Bennett Co.
r ( I 1\ i : 11< I .: lass b..v- j Th' tf,\n..,ts wnrr 1"'l'lJiV" dl t,111t' I Grocery
t t t"d,\ ui I nl f II! in I'lt< ; ) bualI? I w' otprotij; .at hojrte Spare, I. '
t It 'I toil tlu Ir.ln"II."IL" \ lour by Mrs G. JP. Hityrcioud, A; fhreatt furalah No. button
'.[.,s.in HH" : : lit. a. Starke Fla. t.
1.". !lid fmaket la tfe*. *e> ,
phired
liver wan ( yt
tll.hIO'I\ : a
1I ?, ,1,'r i I"' i f"1 :' ,',"". I S' ''I i Jvnflle i tn silrw : holea.-'Send. stamp; Cedar '
I i r d I \.r aIM I h.bra b1J.rnelf ouch end ot Tt'on, hall wbvii each guest plac-; (t.,\imeut Kaitm-y, ,,jXmjtordani, J xirr,' '
1 i io I''
1.\1
J"i the llviig :....... .
.il: hit gift before entering -
I .;', < lot .> nhonli Oretm and, white pficci Bards! fur I'1 Now-.- _._York---. -_..._---It_._-, .

S, Tu i'' J7, .''I t t'''" 'lue oft tIll)'! carried- out the coloria on the ;\ r.IU. 1'-' ....... ..._ IJ", _. .... .- -.,- ...
A neuutitnl was carried -- ---- -- -- '-- ----- --
program ; ; !
pta'Prctly tippolntoiJ tablo J ; ;
It>' t h, I L. L. Big d <1'1 :Isoithn ; :
>, TlioBQ onjuylug the evening with I oat during the Afternoon.\
will
finis, i iI 'i-i" r to Sunnhine\ bags

I I".,, < :' 'i a t uixl an offering" .cc pt- Judge aad Mr' *. AdkJns: were Mr. J. C. DeWolae jkciaonvlll ,., ,......., j
,
and Mrs. J. C. Adklns ot OcUmsvlU :: '
l 'l ell! I i ui !.in'HM.! all of which will B !foh'!! wa a' business visitor to .l' "
.', be"n, i iho debt incurred for '. Mr and Mrs O. L, Beasley, Jtarfco Wednesday.Mrs. .' .. "
!
r J !< hug eke Interior of the Mr and Mrs\ E. M. Johns Mr. and -.,. .1 I II
+ty I'fIDIO' Mrs. R. V. Demorest, Mr. and M....
r chm: '> h : Q. W. Brown of vwtey, I I
J. B.!
1 ]Mr\ '. t>i,;I\o'I"R\ guests were Men-. Corpenlng. was shopping in Starke Wednes- I
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dam< t W G. Halls, O. L. Maynett, j MR. .ANI! MRH. JOHNS I I 1 ,? U

L. A. li\l.) ,. J. W. White, B. M. H.VrKUT.U.V: rl.VU I, II '
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KooK-i 1. A. \V Anderson 1O.. Dar-i I
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x win;' ;MI "i .\m 'II"" Hay Mra. Jen- >---- I 1-b.\ y t'/'
Lovely red! verbena !In cut glass
nlo A I,<'UU\ and Mm. Brown ot' drawing
I vp.ges wall OIIn the

t p 1 j111 'rovltei' i r. 11 r.UIHTIIU. > room whDu Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
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k Y .W':tXMVKnsAUVJllNNr.K I : : 1 Johns} entertained their club Tuesday .

$ ; Evening at their bomo.I .

Three tables were arranged for See this j
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auction-bridge and hard candles ,
The homn cl Mr. and Mrs. J. W. served thereon! during the iay."I r I
were
k" AnJri'VsH Jr was the scene of u : !I Exhibit
games. Both tallies and score pads I Traveling i
l evening when I
Monday :
affair
harp> were designed to represent ships.I I

"r i Mt. Andi'WH' surprised her husband I After several Interesting struggles, 1 of Crane fixturesThetravelingexhibitofCraneplumbingand GRASP YOUROPPORTUNITY
1 hisfrlendM
1 1 by inviting several fo .
for
t the ships were finally anchored 'oetteJ j I I
his .
on
dinner guests .
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/ hlni'lianniveriary!, (the night Mrs.[ Adklns' ship !! !
brought her high; score and an em-
+ Z Sweet pf'land f.athen tern In
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broidered bridge set. Mn.V. M.
candles In heating materials bringinq latest improve-
bowl and pink
ti crystal
Wainwright ,,'all'Ol1solml with a
sllvoi hold adorned the table pretty green vase. Mr.V.. M.I ids I nents for bath kitchen and laundry, will be at Opportunity is knocking at your door!

4 j what' u three-course! dinner wn wainwright had high more! for the I It wants to get into thoughts and ::"Kg
served OH follows: Shrimp cocktail, I received desk set while have tried other plant food In making 1 your

li,iki',il i In' ken with dressing/ Kngli men Mr and R. F. Domorest a. was givenearde new la wo. mid rvluttMlltatlnf old STARKE, Call and Walnut sts., March 29th the virtues of the thrift-habit !

li. '!'i !n timbales rice and lawn" write Mr. Floyd R. Murray, cfHammond. :
pins in novelty holder as low Indiann."No i The goddess of Contentment and
Happiness
rtn) uravy: sweet potato souffle, I ,
prise. ether plant food haM atvan the :i You are cordially: invited to inspect the new -
: hot coiToo. sherbet and devil'sfood Prosperity smiles those have ac lulred
salad who
y | The hostess served chU'keu result ahown by Vlroro."Orvaa ': upon

onkc The Invited guests; !. saltines, Saratoga chips olives, was up widow nine doya, alterplantinar" : Crane fixtures. See especially the Crane the systematic, methodic intelligent saving-

k ', Woui) : Mr W M Walnwrlght. Mr. I' hot rolls and hot tea. Enjoying ; Automatic Water System. It makes city habit. ,
f J M Mitchell Mr.\ Nat Sternbere, Mr. You can hAve equal .un.yu with Vic j
: thIs delightful evening were!;
1'// Mr :S: L Punk, Mr. Fred' Stump oro ftir lmri. flowvrv, (arJana. ahruc. i i comfort and convenience and economical children of
r and Mrll. W. D1. Wainwright Judge berg and tne.. easy Worry, poverty, and debt are the
t and Or K t. Hlgajs.At and Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns, Mr. and I for farm home while it !
nlnv o'clock the wives of the Chtam odcrlam.. easy to apply it la i the pays for itseit extravagance. .
f llffrs. B. F. Demorest. Mr. and Mm. Dot to be compared with Any other plant

t, above named xentlemeu arrived (fj. C. Robinson Mr. and 1\Ira. O. A. food !you have aver known It> coat ialamarkably by increasing profits from stock and poultry.CRANE. :I Saving is a greater art than earning.
: In the bridge
and Joined games low!
Knight, and Mrs J. E. CorpenIng.
.i : whli'h followed I : Grasp yqur opportunity today to be. happy

a Di'\Ui IOUH home-made candles 1IIK: i itl'1'Citr4iRANlSIOTlilat: and content start saving ac"
prosperous, a
M' wuru sorted on the tables while : VIGORO

r! 7 plug' cnrdB and tallies matched count-all you need is $1.

and wore In spring design. I )Friday evening\ a capacity audience PLUMBING AND HEATING MATERIALS i I
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Top scores were made by Mrs at the high school auditorium Swift & Company product

3. M Mlti-hi'll, who received a madeira greeted "The Flapper Grandmother CRANE CO. i, BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

d hot roll cover, and Mr. S. I ," one of Wayne P. Sew- Bennett GroceryCompany I

d S L. Peek received a handembroidered I ell's productions, under the auspices 738 1V. nay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I II It Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

It 1 handkerchief. of local chapter: No. 166 Gas- i .

I' f S. At the close of the evening the tern Star, and directed by Mlai PHONE 32 t t MAIN orricd OM wines'MieMww*AV*.. CMICA( STARKEr FLORIDA

kotos served sherbet and cream Mary Elizabeth Hogwood. I

cake. I' The accompanist for this tbree- :STARKE: FLORIDA .. -- ---




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......,..,..".-- ., -- -- were weekend jlIU."tll(: ot Mice Blanche Alderman, who i ia Is ,

J. | Mrs R. S. Fernandas.Mrs. member of the senior ola,,s at ]
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the Florida State College for .

Bits ol I I I E: L. Dlgge J Mrs. O. L. Women, Tallahassee, spent the .

I'' I Deaaley and r.rra. J. W. Andrews week-end here with her parent., FridaySPECIALSara

Jr.. were visitor to Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W Alderman. i I it. :


LJ'C211 NCV' : r:() i II Friday Dr. and Mrs) J. 13. Malnes, MrsO. ----- -- -- --- :

A. Epperson, Miss Estelle H"s {
W. II. Stevenson' returned tortttsburgh euberg, Mrs. W. S. York und lillq f
II
Concerning Our People Business and Pa, Saturday, after daughter, all ot Lake Butler attended Sugar Pm'c Calle 10 lb 65c 25 $1.65 I

Progress of the County and Town I several days visit with his son. the performance of "The Granl/lated s. pounds I
It. L. Stevenson, Flapper Grandmother." II :

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.' urn_IB!i',,!!!!!!!Ih1ll11/I i iI / '! wlowu.utwesaerMr ""II111I1'IIf.II" 11II.(1 Regular meeting of Bradford Straw Huts and Spring/ Suits at r
Lodge No. 35, Q. & A. M. will beheld Alvnre 'I
M
I 1. ti Futch of and Mrs. J. L. Frazee etctored next Monday evening. Visitors J. ROSEDALE SLICED 28c Try Our New Brand Coffee r

,,\ i n' Starke to Jacksonville Monday and welcomed. The regular bl-mnnthly meeting I Pineapple No 2 1-2 can WHITE

spent the day. of the Eastern Star was held Monday 1 JJ'ArcuFFEBl 1OSCKOLA 00 1'
Lb.can 3,>c cans i' ,+
l Frazee Mrs Marshall Thomas and Itttlo evening in the !Masonic hall -- ---. ,
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rn'itarwater\ > on Oscar Andreu of Stuart, spent daughter, June, and Mrs.\ Marie U. After the usual work n plusant social I
in I i several days of tills week in Starke Stevens were visitors to Gainesville hour was enJO'elt.In.! Lillian t It

,,, Mrs. A. S. with friends and relatives. Thursday. Selgler, of
1.i, .'lackaonvllle ( the only out-of-town guest. NO. can ,
\ neautiful Easier dresses aStump's Mrs. P. G. Maddox left Saturday FRESJ15c '
i LIMA / .
ihade! in for her home In Archer after Friends will regret to learn ot
pting
Stump's. spending a few days In Starke the death of Miss Louise Jolly !
.I \ Attorney and, Mrs. A. S. Crews looking after her theatre Interests whose funeral took place Monday<

'. C of spent the week-end in 'Madison at Waldo. She was tho sister of Ros'daleJarleUe 25cSTOKI.EY'S
murk'IUl80n) with Judge and Mrs. J. H. Kelly. Mrs. Jennie A. Uvith and Mrs. Mrs W. n. Harvard of Snrnsotii, PEARS NO. 2 can Franco American Spaghetti '

Drown, who are spending the win- who was a former resident of
,nd Mrs D. Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville ter In Starke, visited the Penney Starko. i 'With Tomatoes Sauce and 12c

da') in is the guest of her daughter Farms Sunday i I Cheese, No.1 can _______ .f dly
'fncJ Mis. A. Z, Adklns. Mrs. F. A. Moore, Mrs. T A. i BRAN ,

v Knight T. V. Gray of Jacksonville, left Steele and children, Mrs Harvey 14'i
I II )Ksonvllle. Stato Attorney It. V. Knight and Friday after spending a couple of Long, and Mrs. Perry Long all i i Pumpkin Nt), :! 1-2 can I .

)n Major J. L. Peek were in Lake days here as guests of Mr. and of Gainesville, were guests at the '.

i,..n s'uf born to Mr. Duller Monday. Mrs. G. M Slstruuk \ :! home of Mr. and Mrs' W. B. Mun- _-- litue Ridge Sugar Corn 48c

Ilarl' of Starke, dy, Jr.. last Friday. No. 2 can, / cans for _____
Mrs. J. E. Corpening, Miss Mar Mr. and Mrs. W Laurie Ed- _

I"h garet Long and Dr. Ii. S. Carroll wards of Jacksonville{ spent Sun- Qulgley & Davis unloaded nn- Rosedale Yellow Cling PeachesNO. ::4

: -nnli; (lope visited lends( In Jacksonville day here as guesttt of )her parents,, other car of the now tight stand 2 1-2 can 47c b
Sunday. Mr\ and Mrs. W. II Struth. automobllen. I
ard six Wlllys-Kuiglit
?,u iliih! week after of 2 Cans for __ ..._ Fatten Pollu Self rhing IALU ; t'
., Wednesday. Thin model Is one $1
min
,1' Miss Grace Wood came home Mr. and< Mrs.\ L A. DavitS with the motet. attractive to be found in Flour, 21 pounds -

L Brown, from Lawtey for the week-end !Mr. and Mrs J. Mitchell[ motored the automotive world r
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II t mil Mr, K L. with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. to Green Cove Springs and urn '

,c t.ninesvllle; Arthur Wood Shunda bridge Sunday. Butler's Pharmacy s<>lla the Nitl-ola Olcontarnarinc
brand of Ire cream and 25c
Poinsettia '
Shoes on See the men's and 1 boys' pants, Mrs Komane Alvarez of near I shel'bet-tbe smile follows the y Pure VeoelublesJJollml Full Cream Kingans 35c +

ur very best at J. M. Alvarez. Starke was shopping; in Lake flut- ] spoon I No. 1 Cheese Pound h

ler on .ednesday.-.l.ake Butler' "

and Sirs\ U I* :Miss Grace Bishop returned to Times. I IIr. II I Messrs. L. II. Hill. J. L. Under- -.--. -

'..ille were here Cedar Keys Sunday after spending; hill, L. R. Gainey, O. W U'nson' I Golden Age Macaroni
a few days here as the guest of !\ and !Mrs L. Wyman and little and J. G. Crews, Bradford (coun i
rr "Flapper Rev.. and Mrs R. S. Carleton. daughter, Ruth, and Mr. W. ty's board of commissioners at- Spaghetti Noodles 24cI 11'aldrot''oilcll'aper.11t'OLLS 20c "

hi r Alvarez entered W. Ashes of Washington I). C.,, tended the state ,'onveI1101ot! I 3 for ___ for *
Mrs. J, O. Ileltsenrether and were In Ocala Monday looking over commissioners In St. Augustine

,i f 1I1n:,rvatlon) In and son, J. O. Jr., of Lock Haven Pa.,, the Ocala National Forest. last week. I -. -- ---- ___. ..___ _.n __ __
were guests oC Dr. and Mrs. J. J. '
Hullen on Wednesday. Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Miss Mr. and Mrs.. F. W Damon have
.I l 11.L. Frazee Blanche Alderman Mrs. T. J. Al- just returned from a week's visit I Salt White Bacon f. ,1 .1.de Per Pound 15c J A"A"i

Owen Gritllii, a student of the derman and little daughter; Susan to YanUeetown, O<,alll. Eust.ls and i reef ; ,

Jacksonville Business College,, Frances, spent Friday In Jack New Smyrna, retaining by the I .
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'Ir.. H D. spent the week-end at home with sonville. Ocean Boulevard vlti Jacksonville II I -

his mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin. There was a light: Croat Monday
"m'!, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ,Wootii, Mr. morning In New Smyrna.
..da.
Slstruntc and and Mrs. G. A. Anderson, and Mrs I
Mrs. O. M. son -------- II

1""un uf Joseph with Mrs. C; A. Futch and R. R. Thodo of Luwtey, were' in Mrs. T. S. Hewko anil Mra Victoria II

i n [ son, Mack, motored to Jackson Starke Friday to attend "Th Smith went last Thursday to I rI

ville Monday and ,ipent the day Flapper Grandmother" r Chattaboocb.ee, where they are the I
guests of Dr. and Mrtl. Arthur Far I ,

Mrs Jack Murden of Savannah Mrs. H. O. Kimball and ,Mrs. rlnaton Douglas, DI'. Douglas l III I 0 + AI
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,1l.'I' Ga., la vlsitlug! at the home, of her Lillian Selgler ot Qlendalp, :Md., bead of the Datttal lunrmary. at I a w I, ,

ilnesday parents Mr. md Mrs. J. M. Al- KO; to, Clearwater Friday for a few the Stat, HotiDttftl.)
lays visit with relatives, MlafeDaley -
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and Cecil Moore ,Batter' Pharmacy carries eu
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1 Mis\ Lillian SaiRlor, ) of Glen- '-'- '' ftavora ot create and sherbet .u; .... .... .. .
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; ,I d al.! Md., arrived Ki iday to spend I Ia { J. ,1. Duals from live Bureau lOtJnt.mql aU Uses.AiT. : :pr-d. ; r'Itr; ; ; : ; ;; ; I
mu'l11":1' : h-'l' n1)1.1'-!' ]',y at Asheville,"'N. CI ;. ; Mr; AVllllar! is ; : nt 1 "'I' jI"'I P I : I I'I'I I" 1 1. lltl\! I I f A.'hnn I cauffe., tung 2d44rt' :
of ) -- --
couple ,!' ',. if. '1 '" I... I I?, I ,? r1 I 1 1V ... !H'r, Itol, I,, I of'iii
or ui.In'*\', ;'., I1. (!l. ivn, .ib-11. ; \ \.i ni j J;;'r'e, :,: iinida! for a I and Mia T N. KindrlcfeU I" i Id i CI'ui'-r.l'-i i EL'v.'ul'fhI I
.art i. 1 u .._. .. n ._ .-. .- I: u.a' ua\i- sour'! ;n ouneitina with v. as their; r; u ::I r,' i"n: J. W.J I I Leni.xj1 an I HH onrntle j"> ;lack I ,\ii I. .:"11I( U 'I 1. ",I ', ;, /In JlI t..; .

in i: Mt: *. G ..- Flynn and) "son, >, 11' ; C. S. UMlux'nt' \ ; Station. wn. 'W C. ', 1)s.) ) .' W. w.. \ wtlnlo;: t' i ; In-" :III poke| 1 ttt a diut.r : t f. f "I I!'.//\o) :, tat 1 ( t'v't( t Wil'! :'cu I; ..( ,; ,

': Ut-oryc, Ji, MI 'ictuiiitfl f1'onC""H'h"U [}Key/, and A 1-1. J L, .;'. .MI I .or fi--Oiel, .,.,1 :; t I( K :'l, i.i l lltrrl 1< i LJ'I
'r.'I"'r' : :; : "t l lt 'at:' N N'i
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) ',1 i ft Ih a. 0, ThE pmt ilL" n t lIlr.11nl /
(' ',r l 1 K i ,ilumonvdltftl+'r1t :4tSh.l:> i ;( ri'ul'l'tL i ,I I' !111"? |"/" t:1 n l,1 1 ,',. i 'I r.I.iii I.. > ;, lul.i, 't, ., f ,
i : ConI)I a. \l''rr n., -went \n, J ( Florida alit! ,' >' Ir iuoir' .. ,
1,,;' ; ruhoi, A i j. 1 .. ::"I( ;' .. ,'t .: ( ,
i 1 I..', cud i ( ti II" : "in 1':1.\: \Il entered. : lay Mr. I'ut.i' n u.' ", ,; 01 HrKondrhik. ,,, .. ; If
\ .H.. 'Mi.. :M la,1gtill ; 'I 1. 1 1 w
1.-\1 ." ., rctr a.mld.tttghicr i 1 ,' /h"i "ii! i\i[ fur ani Over1".1 '
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". I V. U .10'.n' Wi,n) stlent$0V! fe.TII"d.:1.! : : : .> ,, .."i at tiy .i! .I i" <- :So! \ 'nt nud..j.! ii I tL'uIra ,
A :31 i .. ,
ills
j : 11. tub! :j !int...'.'.":rule wiUj&oii tIM, f lbvl a Suite i f.'" i i;: c r < .V outhu.OVe4Ciell4Jc |I' ''l ",.I"', .'1 01 1 lets. liuurn 1 i\nl\ : M\ \a'/ i I i I'I d. .. ., I II
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: --- .. -'. ll'.unawho: htl'; I "' -i l-'I\-1 .._m' ,.l u'gitter i Mrftltd.. Hi (;>"rn: .. .<>U.. Jit I[ ." ,' i '' .1 i ;ft u i"C.IIL.I..d: ; fruit;' I 0
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rbturnd I J '10' 'i i 1'11'1 l hot Lt(}a. TI 1, 'i '
W 1 t. iini> Tu, I.i\ 'Ia.tiJn i I1'I ,
v.lIlt I li>.>(!n visit .r, l I"" rwpnew,,, Mia. Uoy 'jofnt'Htato; t j 0),... > i> 'S'IIII! > ?"inn tn Hi,
\ '"h>i'i'"i > i''( (lotVe['''*.' MH\ ut "
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1 1 1m d\1's: : noetlttg''b1 Ci.i Oa. tad wJU
', .Tr "i \: ',. hlmerrturn L 'J' homo' 11'. I .
,S. t iiri );, tutu nAoi.r.dl.,1! < i 1 1 Ih: >t nttr'nr II) I' I ,0
: u''A-I i' Mal ((1.( ,> l.ur"'J1:1: : C. :lI dead t* few da; At. Cn}> 1'lnchotrwvirnin ..,. I .
,0'h,8, hona : : I : Mt'C' ?' l h.( w'll' "1'11'1 1 tier' n? $ J I.:
Jlrk K. F n01'01:0."t: lottie 1 1d- b iefore; ., to !Kuu uu. Kth t 1 ,1 i '" ;'ad:m --- and itnitly'! of Cry "day for Amoiioui, Oa, Vla; .. ..Y1."j ', .__-.___ :ire' r- rliiiiH! Mj i'win J"'klliUl. My'r.tire > &1trrn Y 'ar-:.. Duvia'br an orpli; r\\ t ; t' I
to .1 1, L C. MunOy : : y.t.tI' .I lai kttftit-and Mrs .if. C. Rltebru wire! i has heetu l Hying wttU a fonifllwear Ity sl
of M ,}: wtYi1tt her parents>> Act 1 'i iPeatht. '" cbui'fui and
Who worn gttegts she .
.. tal! Riv-r, \ Ktarl$ I drjrt ho WI.ordeN]
UHI I' Mr'. W B. Munch, J"r, left, Mm, O. O. Joluinoji, before gdzitgu'rth : tiIamtJ. J. F.; LldtteyiMieseqMergaretLong '. au ittvitud a-UQilt, v. r''> t all
: Mio Oardiune .
u.nr1 sent to anhool by Judge
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for Lnurerur, d' C.Mr. for the summer. -' iye,1i0hd-Ina d dthe
T. A. Yednesd4y Florenn' tea -m-at Jlatler'5'; f'CI gdU \ whlyu Jtltey could' no Ion trr alt. /. : .c itsq! e,
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i P lstale) or lat I 40- 5''It'i'n '
[end -P. ST. Barefoot:, Mr. Ben Keroe u;d fa.mlly, with Sltttthews, Myiwlu: Ja.'hsun. Dr. cherry tutte, frutll, l.p&wbwry, control him fed, .1\1"\1 1.,10'. to pre- i '
\ and ._.. s"nl' lh..t"", r'tnipn' '. J," ,,1 I ,'lIlh'l1.t.elI. !
<1 1 chocolata, l ant ------ ---
visitors Vanilla maple 'i'PIUn'O'RD -
children bare today for TaV1-,1|Mrn, P. S. Gordon, were & 8. C&r.rolt TolfaJr Lang andltogga < i ILZZEIt ', .. the 1110'111' ,), 01 in, ,IIw"" t ?
I and they will spend the I II ''in! Gninetvll|! and Stnrke last Sunday : >3arnshergmutored;. :; : to peaiJi pineapple) sherbet fruit' UNIm FELT ern.ll.:. JUI'"r' I":, ...rut ('''tlnt)!. '' st
", ;Distant: pa. where Butler Sherbet Pbtkimsr 1I..j'I.' /' ,ur, ..1.11' aqu'rvai' within Clue {
pie
Lake
( <3 1 .csvlUe Mon.lay) evening to wa ,
afur&ooa.
weekond'I'ltb' rolnttves. : 'ar trl1l1Clotte' t th."raub" "I' thlll no- i
.. The of fertilizer
monthly
'1 fl. C., In Bow's latunt picture ".RedJIail' ----- -- report .ice will ho h 'lot 10 but "Thor-t'''. and ; ,
I 'I Tluiea: Mara Mrs W. J I Epperson, Counselor consumption for the different lit perttnns In.lohted t.. the sold. e.- +a ,
and Mrs. C. A. Futcli,)\lr.1 i, ." l.al" are' rflllllired t" pay, tt"lr said ; Taeltte
Mr. counHpH the Brad-
and Mr.. 0. !i![ Mr. and Mrs. W W. Carter ot I of the Baptist Gills' Auxiliary. Accompanied gf state gave f"rth1ll'Jth 'Phis... undersigned
:. In Hton Mrs. 11. motored H. Young to QaioesvUle-1 Leesburg, Mr. and Mrs C. P. Tt- At a meeting ,;rf the Starke Mln- : thirteen girl on a hike ford county a total of '744 tons foi afaroh admlgIstrator., 1DCL 11:1: ,I dAY elf

,"I Tampa \d. SiHtrunk" son and Miss Inez Moltt of Jacksonville ''lat8rtaJ Assocfntlon, to be bald Friday Monday They stopped at the the month of February, these flgur / O. LrvirrasTOIVAdndnhatrste 1icraonnvi
..v. donday.Mr. of tourist camp and enjoyed their iH not including sales of less rFstato
I were Sunday. guests afternoon u number of mlntt : of Kate Llvla.sto",
.' and Mr. J. C. Hoover with Mrs f'. E. John r from Penney ParmB will be lunch of sandwiches 'pickle, wafers than ton lotll.-Wltb_. .-.the--exception------. ,I:;3: UI.:. ____--11..9M"I.,

.I I"ump has Jr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover motored I r..nttor a conference and and punch The eprlaterawere t .. .I' -" "*;,i""" ,;,''fuMit'' p l. ,"tr-, ,""i ,,i'" "i,: i ii ii iii'i'jj.'i, INI91INhr i" :.,iHiiiSSRiinimiCiii'Starke / ,4UIMI. ( '
". whore he Beach Sunday to 84'" Mri: K. A. Weeks ot Drook, tlou of farces Cur the general; uplift : Mary Brownie, Daisy

'nt of his o liarlton.beautiful azalea trees. !!i l Mrs. J. M. Brownlte and Mrs ,V. ot the cone munitler. Tompkins, M lba Sllcox, LuelTe r Hdw. & Furn. Co.

-' L. Wall returned Sunday'from Cocoa Edwards, Fannie Bllcox, H'llnlce
- '- S. !Fernandez! and daugh where they pent a few days Mra. Rose l\lIlc'l1ell and eon Dr Canova, Mildred GrllBe, Alice 811- &'j i) u,

Mrs.Miss R.Alice, Mr*. J. It. Fields with their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. (I. F.. Mitchell, who have been cox, Dorothy Lamb, Martliiinrowniee. ( (Just opened in old Rosenberg Bldg.) ,'f ,'
nelorlll TooJ Mar-
iA : and John powe11 J. H. Wilson guest of Dr. and Mr.. J. J. Bull line shelf hardware cash ,
Stearns Tuesday.Dr. -- n for ten.tfayx returned to their guurlte Prevtttt, and Mildred ** Complete only, at. I' J
in Jacksonville Lawtey'has one Monday, Hundley. about one-third the price you've been paying .
J. L. Ilarrell of I home in Cincinnati: Ohio, : i
of the Hu- ot the largest turnip patches in and were accompanied by Mrs. ----- : '
F. C. Craighead I Johnnie SUal.0 of I'ensucola, Good House Paint $2.25 cash tf1
Strawberry Entomology at Washing the county and baa been making Mitchell' brother, Mr. P. J. Grau. n gallon, ony. ;
ot \Ved- shipments for the past two : ._ left that city Tuesday ou the U. S. '5.
D. C., arrived short in stay.Starke weeks.heavy Prices: renlhced by Mr. Ilar Among-those visiting the-azalea S. Lexington for Nicaragua where Complete House Furnishings--easy terms if r .: '
Growers Y' tor.a good he wilt be stationed at tile base 3
rell have been exceptionally gardens at Gleam St. Mary Sunday desired. I tN:
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hitch, hospital, he advised hln parents
grand- were: '
and little :: IIIUAM BELL Manager r'
'
E., Howard J. Roberts Miner, of Lawtey, Dr. Jean de Fraooy of Parts, : Mr. and Mrs C A. Knight Mr. Mr and. Mrs. W. W. Ilalsdnu. Is Wedaeeday. the- ':+!'/:"nrppin' :::1 ulnai!' 'inHffiiiiaiiwBfti| !!.!t'iumtii!!!!! ,mumimmn_ \ :'yn!!' "':!! I1-W,5fII, I '>Mt"- ,.?..""AJ,, ,n,:!1'lh'': *"*''1ViI', '''' ; ''I'I :

Sunday in Starke with his Franc' who has been studying and Mrs. O. L. Itaasley, bin. James ----- .--- ---... --The.--- -- .-....Lexington. .._... _....... .__.... ,.1
Mrs K. I... Biggs and plant diseases at the Agricultural Shepard, Dr. and, :Mrs. R. L. Bigg, ; 1 'o
Station In Gainesville.. Mra. C. U Peek, Miss( Margaret ''
i
COUNTYI J. W. Andrew Jr. Experiment: STARKE FOL/S. fly J. l:. Corpeninff '
the
at and
I pent Thursday In Starke Long\ Mrs. J. E. Corp nlnlr
chil Experiment Station. Mrs. F. II. Long -_ -- L
two
D. Lylee and Forest
Mrs. J. I oyt.g
YOU'RE To \
J
week- YOU OUGHT TO BE /SHAM@o, 4-r
were
I' Jacksonville -
.1.' guests
''ngpst, carlot and son. James. Jr., of Tampa, of flavors at Butlvr' Pharmacy.Try I I FUNNIES AWAY FROrACHItPRGM c MY DEArd l'.1VLI1' :
: I ,''I 1 In Bradford were guests of Mr. and Mr. S. S. our brand of ice cream and ; G11 D Pp hauo STORE i
I'. and Mrs. the first ot tho week. watch the smile follow the spoon ,
I I f'I 1 iv' your Itev A. E. Dunham, Dr. Dowllng; '
'" and daughter Miss Mrs. Oodbold l I. Mm Dowling'asister ARE GONG TO ,I '
'n J. Hullen
Jacksonville Nat Williams!, who owns a store r
motored to A 5ER\es
) PUBL-ISH
d'f. I
1 I.i liable firms day. about one block of the shipping f.
the
I'ulted, States. and spent Judge and Mrs. G. A. Gardiner platform at the depot called at '' OF COMIC\ STRIPS!' I al '

I '. '' K. Perryman had their children as guests over this office Friday requesting us to s
n you and Mrs, K. '" i .
may Mr. Emmett, Mrs F II. the week-end: Mr. and Mrs) W. advise the strawberry growers I 4r '1 WONI,

market! little son, Loin, motored S. Telvington and eon, Billy Mr. that any information concerning MISS ONe ,

will be Jacksonville and daughter.Monday and Mrs Zack J. Robert and son, the prices paid for berries here// s der .... r._ .Y"...' r-.. 1

1 arlots by Alton, all of Hasting Lawtey and elsewhere can I ""cL.,...
C. Adkins of tained at his place of business!! I
Mr. and Mrs. 3.In town Friday Mr. and Mrs. Dale II. Vanslckel This Information can also be obtained 1 You'Jl get a laugh out of these "i'unniea": we're go- '

lmes T. guests, Judge were! and Mrs: A. Z. I of Gainesville, came Friday "to see on beans.Rev. ing to publish every week. A laugh and a lot of Corpening's.. Drug Store al
Grandmother and
"The Flapper The Service Store
information about how to be healthier and hap-
.
spent the week-end with her par- I and Mr. E M. Rook had I I

1.WTEY, Rlenoehl, Albera ents. Sheriff and Mr*. W. J. Ep- a* their guest Sunday her cousin, r I:; pier. Don't miss one of them I Starke Fla.r. -I ::1

Miss Martha Sophia LIeef J.ckon- f[penon. I I Mr Angus William., of Tamp. "" .. ,- .. .., .-


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; PACK SIX -- -- ThatCoopertion Durp.
Find hast
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Farmers trate fertilizers c
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-'i-'iI a I Pays ed.amount:Mdlcatlon.bought York thlnk last Year thla tllI1,II:

!/j. of a complete rti'

& FarmingIty i the system of fert.iizatlo'county. .
I : Farmers Gainesville, Fla.-Florida Far n l lDeKunlak
the lesson of
mers are learning .
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In at least one activity Spring" k
Editor) co-operation
: ( Agricultural way paving 11th 't
of the tree'MadlsonCOnRtrurUOD
I _. .. .. n' Judging from reports .
agents telling of co-opera- Blalock '
county garage
building aloe
o ,' Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- tive purchases of fertilizer by the of Range and Marlon afresh

", ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods Found = (i'lflIII farmers of their sections. greasing rapidly. '
>
11 : To lie Best Suited to Our Country IIIIIIIIi) I 1 ,i r Ihlii' From Taylor county comes the >
message that farmers of that coun- FOR YOUll
M (" I I+II =__ using double their customary J.Jnn:
..- -- ty are and that Relieve the dark 1 HI 1 '. ,
amount of fertilizer ed torque, henduvh '
all of It was bought cooperatively and eonet patton, t.i "
,
PRODUCTION practically farmers the liver, regulate ih, I !. .
INCREASED saving the you feel tine II' .,"
thousands of dollars. ItllTCHRLIASLANE'S IJIlt'G lToJlt

PER UNIT IS NEEDED ON In Columbia county, County
r Agent f"V/. A. Fulford reports that PILLS

f ri ; FARMS OF FLORIDA farmers loads of have fertilizer bought four car --

i .-- _.-..- --_._- This activity of co-operatlVeIY'j I
caused local Wm. J. ILIFFE
+' ,7 I Farmers have been told over corn. The expense of cultivating their goods on a very close margin I

J t 11 and over that they noel to Increase 210,000 acres would be saved. thus saving a considerable

p ? p+ production per unit- per acre, There are 103,000 acres grownto amount for those farmers who refuse Watch

i par acre, per cow, per hen, etc. cotton, with an dverage yieldof ._ to co-operate. Expert Repai-:
t However, few have sloppeu to fig- '--' tom' 'Lg _. County Agent A. S. Lawton
101 pounds of lint per acre.
are the savings in expense that are a 2g&gg writes that the farmers from three ing
could be increased
-
The yield
4 1. possible with Increased production average .rsr.'J LI,. bee Anb+4.o4t communities have clubbed together -
to 175 pounds per acre, ty,
per unit In Nassau county and purchased -
and this would save the expenseof I
\ .
Departmentof
The United States their fertilizer cooperatively.In
43,000 acres to pro- ENGRAVINGJEWELRY
growing
that It
estimates thlngMs
Agriculture the same
r <*>sU about $90 a head to keep duce the same amount of cotton. happening Union county, according to Luther;
I And HO it is with a large numberof
Florida milk
31 cows cow produces The average 2,631 pounds of milk the crops and livestock raised NAIUS M T.y T. dGA T.county.Dyer county agent of that

The production 8
In Florida. per
i. In a year. It Is conservatively t Farmers of Santa Rosa county
estimated that with butter cows held several meet-
e(1. r( have recently Hull
feeding methods, } R in Building
j' cows and better considerable ings and pooled their orders for
would result In savings
' Florida cows could produce an average to Individuals and trmendous ,.., fertilizer, says J, G. Hudson their
II: r of 6,200 pounds or nearly I agent. In Washington

JJ'+ Y i i; 800 gallon( of milk In a year. Less savings In thin the Increased aggregate.production 1 AI1LtTGNE county county Gus York reports that several Starke, Florida
To
get -
---
J 't than halt the number of cows now meetings 'have been
1 the It will be neueessary to get better fertilizer
would thus produce same
) kept Instructions given for
held and
f amount of milk. cows: and feed them better to get
better hens and give them better
The average Florida( hen lays
and feeding, to get better crop lo' .'3k .
i ( hF i y S3 eggs In a year. The average care INNING
{ production should be at least 160 seed and use better methods of .

k+ i eggs a year. It it costs $2.75 a culture. All of these things take A BUICKOutsells
I time but they are well worth it. ,
,
easily
r r year to keep a hen, one can
O r r ace that a tremendous saving Dan H. Otis, director of the Ag-
it the higher ricultural Commission of the
would be effected
production were obtained and few-I American Rankers' Associationtells other 3

er hens were kept. the following story. A far- r be ?y eto raaauz. any cat
There are 700,000 acres grown mer went to his banker to borrow LIV1N0 fzt70M. r
'I y In Florida. The average $150 with which to buy three 1 u'.rr field
.l .4' to rorn inBuiclcs
production for five years has been cows. The banker shook his head ..

+ 14 bushels per acre. That gives and said, "No you can't get $150 1TiRSr
; 1,800,000 bushels a year. It Is to buy three cows but I will loan
,
estimated that the average production you that amount to buy one good +_ -:- +

per acre could be brought cow" The banker knew the valueof Ic Y

L' up to 20 bushels. la that case it good cows, and knew that one FWOFL PLAN ,t .5f.C01olD,,.FL..O-,,:>,R.... PLAAJ
would require only 400,000 acres good cow would make more profit afar"i.t'1
MOTORISTS invest
r to produce 9,800.000 bushels of"Plamoney" than three poor ones. I-: .An;' you


I b BRICK HOME and has garage and maid's room almost as dollars in
AN lO.NGMHH: The tobacco crop in Hamilton many
Calif of nia Poultry Producers attached, has a generous attic; an I Is getting off to a good
(By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., Ideal complete small home.A county Buick motor cars as in any
New York.) \ worthy feature of the plan arrangement :start. The plant beds are looking,

S Build $15,000,000 Industry A good substantial home' of sterling Is the large wardrobe fine, says County Agent Sechrest, other THREE CARS inBuick.s

character presents an attractive spaces over the sun porch and garage I and there should be plants enough
California eastern co-operative selling or- Is economical to /, real hanging space for
Foultryiiirn of (Vnlrul exterior for everyone.Grove's. field *
ganization successfully competes clothes, how superior to small
t + InrrciUKIINIM| >HN 74IO IVr- build, requires but a forty-foot lot
1 cent In Eleven: Venn* I with poultry products of the eastern stuffy closets. with something
+
The maid's bath Is connected means
('o.oMrntlvEditor's "
Throuuli, | I states! providing an important
i In income to the producer immediately kitchen thatit
with a hall off the so
; .\II".I'I"tlOI.- outlet for California products. raised the standard."In may also serve as a first floor when itis backed by dollars

Note: Itoraumo of Florida's A brief review of the fundamental addition every effort is lavatory, a convenience for the Tasteless
accomplishments of the Central made to furnish information to the family.
Y i growing prominence In tho California association Is Interesting. producer on how to handle his Complete working plans and specifications .

poultry Industry, I the success of This association accomplished flocks to produce better quality of this home may be Chill TonicDestroys

co-oiieratlve marketing of poultryprod1lcts : with the result that we have developed obtained for a nominal sum from

In other sections In of (a) Establishment: of quality In the quality product which the Building Editor Refer to Malarial Germs in the

i 1 + wide Interest here. This Is another California eggs makes It possible for us to hold/ House A-160. Blood. Removes the Impurities,
h of the series of articles on (b) Creation of a sound com our place in world markets." Restores Health and Energy
f co-o|>eiatlve marketing! presented mon sense business management. How thin poultry co-operative Club boys in Madison county
s and makes the Cheeks Rosy.It .
1 Bradford stabilization one sold 10 purebred pigs during Feb-
for the Information of (c) Stabilization of prices. achieved price
\ farmers by the Telegraph. (d) Establishment!: of a clear. of the bugbears of Florida's poul- ruary. Thirty of that number fortifies the system against
s, ; Co-operative marketing has taken ing house and auction market In try Industry this winter, will be were sold to new pig club mem Malaria and Chills. 600.

( ; + poultry and eggs out of the New York City to handle eggs and described In the succeeding article. bers. .1
1 1is __
and In eleven thei'aclflc
class poultry for co-operatives on

r ;f short years, converted them Into J: Coast g.4hf5dr
l one of the Important Industries of (e) Development of quality 11 11I
} + 4, California with 115,500,000 gross I narkets In large population cen- This-Extra SEDANS$1193 to $1995 COUPES$119).I'
y business for 1927 In Central CalI I erg of the country through, adverJsing You Get w SPORT MODELS $1193 to $1325 .
l '' Ifornlu alone according to John I ILawler. and merchandising. Ps.MW. em.nt.r.5..4&J. nOJdl.i.JotiUN -
; "u-f. .
( general manager of the (f) In competition with pro- I _,......,..;,_..w.w.

r ,C Poultry Producers of Central California I lucers of the entire country es.abllshed .

l with head offices In San I: its own brand-"Nulatd CO.
E 1\4l; Francisco. ]Sggs"-In the New York market.g I I REGISTER MOTOR
i
4 To Florida poultrymen this ( ) Establishment of Its own
';: statement means: In California I lepartment for supplying feed to STARKE FLORIDA

co-operative marketing of poultry 1 nembers, with direct profits of '
,I products has enabled producers to '1101,000 a year to the member- wnlt'V BETTER AtmtMOniLKfl AIIR nUILT BUICK WILL BCHjJ

Increase egg production some 300 ;ship.
,1 k percent. since the above association (h) Stabilization or the Indus- -

R was formed while the average I
9 i' for the country as a whole was ry.In 1917 the year the associationvas I y I Ia HAMPERSI

; ; only 25 to 30 percent, during the formed Income from eggs and

same period. More than this cooperative poultry In Central California wasibout T4: r' anndtint .
/ ; marketing of California $1,800,000, according to R. am uttering foe aale, at prl.... that will save yon
!1(4j( h"
.wed
a poultry porducta hag enabled producers il. McDrew, director of field ser- j4J/ I clan Dean Hamper made from Hardwood tour "

of that state to successfully rlce. Last year the gross business solid hardwood heada. thai,) fit clone, two wires stapled '
Invade eastern markets In competition of the Central association was -' I head. Total vrelftht 4 1-2 pound complete. Compare the
with poultry products produced (15,500,000( an Increase of about at t..... "..ml..r. wit.. other. alan compare mr prices nit"nuked '
nearby. And all the time r60 percent.
\ I by othera.
4 the co-operative associations have The Increase In egg production .1.' .*
; c Indus I.... than 2S at 20. earh FOR 32 quart and SS quart
In the 300 In
bettered conditions has been about percent.
t f try following the lead of fruit California since the associationwas 25: for ".'1:1: for 32 quart .1... and !M.tO! for. 28 quart alien..
.1.' '
lam'' growers of the Pacific regions In formed, as against an Increaset BO toe SO.OO for 3U quart alaea. ana Sft.OO toe 28 quart .!.**
standardizing products and maintaining 25 to 30 percent for the country 73: for 913.01for 8U: quart aUra and '12.00 for SS qnnrt
r a fair price to the producer as a whole. The surplus Is With every Goodyear Tire we sell there goes a real service. I 100 for 1IO.SO for .13 quart ..I.... and 15.00 for 28 quart .1.! *

4 through vigorous marketing about 100 percent, over the volume No limit to what we will do to see that you get full tire sat i 230: for ,10.00 foe. 33- quart .1... and STO.OO for 2S quart nl..'*.

activities and co-operative practices strictly local markets will the and sizedeliverit 600 for 73.00 for 3J: heart .1... and $7O.OO for 28 quart al '
right
isfaction. Help you choose type .'a'
The association, by expanding quart
onsume.
; 1OOO for SI'1.1.OO: for 32: quart .1... and .14O.OO (or 24
This article deals only with the eastern and foreign markets for you-put it on your car-help you care for it so you 3: quart .!".
:
foe
0(MM) for S8IO.OO' for 33 quart alaea end ajsoo.oo
Poultry Producers of Central California has handled this surplus\ and will mile out of it. oar
-one of the successful kept local markets In excellent get every AH above f. o. I.. Lanrter, Fla. axeept will deliver .

co-operatives In the poultry field. I condition. This service is in ADDITION to the Goodyear Tire qualityyou (0000) at any Station on railroad In linker, ,Bradford talaa.rhua

There are other co-operatives I In 1917 the association was called for the low price ask to or Clay Cnantle.. or rprice
1 handling poultry products In that upon to market 197,000 cases get we you pay. I ,' The above price-,are atrlrtly for ....10. Mr' time
this one successful I marketed 1- wll be 2Oe atralaht with no dlaronnt.
of 1927 It
state, but the story I at eggs. In !
"co-op" Is essentially the 007,000 cases successfully thru Here are Our Prices for Genuine Goodyear

poultry producers It has built J. L. II HARRELL Lawtey Fla.
Florida
ti story of all. the: organization up. I
are just setting foot on the The revenue Increase is Indicated Cords in a few popular sizes i

J path California poultrymen trod above. _.
h"
'
ti t many years ago. The facts presented "The fundamental of success has 31x5.25 Balloon ___ $19.75 ,::4.-"

4 herewith are timely and been the tstabllshlng of 'quality," 29x4.40 Balloon- $11.95
interesting said McDrew In discussing the career -

Here Is another evidence of the of the Central association. 33x6.00 ______ $23.95 Your ChildrenAre
t way they do things In the California "When the association was organ. wea
field, one with headquarters ( lied about 95 percent. of egg pro- Our special offering on Clincher Tires they strong,alert and vigorous;or pale, tare
I 0 In Los Angeles and the other duction was handled on & case II cross and Inactive? If the latter very likely "

I. In San Diego; and instead of Jeal count basis without candling to 30x3 1-2 O. S.__ ___ $10.00 suffering with intestinal worms anWHITE'S nee
4' ousies and back-biting, these three determine quality. Through this
organizations, although Independently method the producer had no Incentive Cream VERMIFU
managed maintain a selling : to produce quality eggs as
t I ; 1,' organization In eastern markets the entire output was lumped together No Theworm-expellerwitha 50-year record0'! '

4 to handle the Pacific Coast output. and Bold. Under the process Supreme Service Station 2 success. a V A few doses are 5ufficlellSoU
4 This movement was pioneered by of standardization which we
the 'Poultry Producers of Central Introduced different prices are Starke Florida
,
7 ;4 l California but is now serves the I pahl for clean eggs, dirty eggs B7 ..I. Drug Store

entire state. Incidentally this err! 'ted eggs etc. This difference. *
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'S. i I DMVniir" Mupuort IM Holli'Ited0"d i.indM. ivlni ,
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being In .Starke ,
American Author Wins I to be built at cost of $6,000 at will he a 'pre..luted. _t l 1 II I I P1.: .\ .m 5 llonl i i IIIMIIV.C m Florida, Tut-%v1I',: S
the Birds to Victoria the All I Hint 111.-1, u. located In the
Follow Evergreen City J Guild Award With corner of. Clark and Munroe[ C'OI'VrV (-(>MMI1MOMOH. *)lM'F! IiI Town. of SliulK,, hounded on the S S

hereby announce myself a candidate North by Madison on the East;
of streets. I for r..I<...IIO\1 as county by Adams Mtrret HIt'.ett. South 'by '
Expose "Mafia'
Wauchula-Local Chamber of commissioner, district: three. .IVr reelected ; Ijif'iiyelte street: and on the Went ;\ J
will thpeople ,
I continue to hv Monrow .lr."t. mune' being In the '
I Commerce starts movement hero : Bradford county a faithful Northwest quartvr. of the Southwest: 'I
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I'1c3kq1ILc4W4 to Increase strawberry acreage In I and eltlcliMit performance: :, : : of the dutlos iiuarter. MectUin: Twenty-eight (III S
of thn otlice, working always forthe ( : Itan.... It '
( I best Internts of I h.. entile t loun- T : :-rWOSI) Ui..t.IIOuth,

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.'S-' : county.POLITICAL Special' Maxtci' In Chancery. S h
\ 5- Soil ( MMI""KIM>:111)1"I A. 51. 8URWM.: S II
I ht.ri>l>y announce myself as a Solicitor for Complainant. ,
$ candidate for re-election as countyoomniiMtilAnvr S
3-2-51-3-30!
Announcements from district: I No. 4, ,f
b Hampton, .rher....".. and Uraham I and
/4 \ i S 1 _____ If re-elected. will continue tu give :\OrifH TO DKIITOH" AMI ('liE:!>)>. 4. 5
5
/1\\ FR1 the county the best. service I amcapable i'ri>iti "' ,
/ Political announcements are each of I solicit your support atI -.. 'I I W .

\ In ..dvttn .'. Announcements will be hi- primary June 6th NOTICB Is h"rebYI"en, to all \ \ !1P

-S S mi until. the prlnmry at the following _ _U.w. 1I1NSON.._ Creditors, l.rgntnpK, distributer hi I
.. illntilctt S
r- prU $10 pixch. except and all persons having claim 1 I 11
S many oillcern, f 5 mch. CONST\ni.i' ';. 1J1..n..r a against the Estate. of Henry Y. .1,
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l"rlo'm1.( of II. Austin take thin ilrown deceased, are hereby. raqulre I

-5- (OH iii9tlFl't : method: \'f announcing: hla I en nueiIutt'yfor : to presiint' j their claim, duly ftu- 1 I i S
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of tlio 1'eum
constable 1 of Justice
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tlicntlcHled. to the
hereby announce my candidacy Honorable Oeo .1 ,
,. I S 1 SS 5-- Tor. ulierin; of llramlfoni county, sub- ,district.' No. 2. and. solicit the aupport A. naidlnei, County Judge of llrnil- ..
---r' ret to the Action of the voters nt the of the voters, In thn I mocratlc! pi'iInhti.yt ford County.:::; Klorlda: within one f' ,I '
: I" i mary of J ii flee. lit th. If elnctotl Iirflhise !IC l.ilu'UI' .lime 5th. > ear from data hereof: for liln ap- : "i' :
) the cltlaena of the county vrovnl or this notice will be held In .s
'UTI('1,1 ()K M 5tlI)4)t ii.urTIO: "
jiar thoreof. And
all ,
,indent law enforcement Innmrtlal- person In- /. S
5 I I\- .ii.pll,'- iluhted to the said Ileniy Y. Ltrown \ J
-- 4 5 -. -- 5' 5 ",,rl will I I b.. RI'I>I'ecIRIl"I. By the power, \.....tcd In thorn the Dstate are reiiuasted. to pay, their I
I: W. MITCH EDWARDS saM debts foithivlth: to the und r- '.
i-* 5 4 Hoard of Tulillcr I mu.t ruuct ion of signed AdnilnfxtrHtrlxruin 5 S

p- S Bradford 1 County:held:: :ht'm.Iuv' : cnll vlnciions i the Kill, .ui\. tf February, l I hnrbby nnnnunea myself a cnn- to be I In I lliiiiipton, Caaon IfKNIMKTTA: !;
.Ildll I i. for ro-cloftlon to I h. oillcef "'.,"dln\\'lI, tlrahtun, Nv Itlviir.ttuil I, UAUUAV.NN/ HIMVN and I
.r'1 : '' nlicTliT of Hrnilfonl county! If ia-. Hue Iltiruuu 1 8pei> 'lul I..x1..","I illnti 2-1 0-9t.4.0 IIIIMTO.V S 5,
1 : ,.1t..I. I will. HH III tho punt nnir'" i C 1\:":\" on Hiitiudav; .Apill 7. I !' !8, to:: 1 Administratrix.!. : :
<""5' nalnx' In the full discharge nf tliodutlv 0 tint**) titiHtces and aHSois the : oiiti': TO rovru \CTom S fi
of the otllce. I enrnewllv ''''- nilllaico for tho next two yearn Kor
= 11.11 I the' xuiiport of the vntvra.li tile the PIII-IIOHA of h..hll'll&I' sit hi electionsnuuuiijeiM I ., Itt, t5 .

i "Follow the Is noted. and the uneven! shore line, -< .. .nulling lulmnry/, Ktmiinrtfully. are appointed" .I I follows: fmled bids will h. received by the 4,
E i 1 .... \\'. .T FVIMH'< ""N II Iuui.ui.touu. t). I lny n OB: r W. \Vutterson Hoard, of hootS Trustees of llraiifonl '1 I
y Birds to VIctoriaN I'expanding into coves and bays add f'i # 5- A. M. \Vllllnnm: Cason. II. countv. Florida at the oflloe of the ':j S 55
p I. a to Its attractiveness. WIL /; NolV cote "'0 II !I'I'.''1'101 "' ".\'I'UI I !I. Aldermnn, II. J. Ahler"1 II. 'I' secretary' nf the board at 'nrk.,., .
charming and Winters on the Pacific Coast j To tlio Dvmncrntlu' i Mloclitra. ofi I..rl"Vuotllllwn.' Hosier. ".1..... until I 3 ofelock I p. in. of Mnrrti S 4
/I are The historical novel I "CotL>tnxa* i Fifteenth l Senatorial> I IHntrlrt\ of Carl I I Milliard i .1. S Norman; (I ru ban,, i7th.! I ll\ 2<. ii nil nt that time publicly S S

45 apt slogan. for remarkably mild and the summer by Willis Vernoa-CoJe. who a I KlurUla.. I respectfully nollcll your. L'. Poirir. It. Inv.\.n J. U Murreiicv opened for countructlnir.: : comnlvtlnic' S t tetulustriuction
year ago :
S this Evergreen are cool. .owing to the tempering effects I[ "UI'l>ort for nomination I I In June prllumiy ; New < I. \V. Andrews.II. and ImprovliiHr; :I the followlnir S
City ol Canada of the Pacific Ocean. Rains occur l deserted Greenwich Village In New UH your State Honntor for said. I. M. :Moody CarlVynn :i SampHoiiJ. roads. or sections of road la S S
S i York: and retired to a chateau la liutrli-t. which niiil, >rin'". the COUIItI I I.. \\ynn, Foster Kite, t.. M. l-hll- Hradford County' ,
'S is a .itY of In winter n the Eastern count ot France bu won the 1033: aumrd ..al I ,.. of Union and Uru lforfry 'S
flowers a birds. Hill and la comparatively light Wand -"ISITlrtq wl'n-l TliIil 6..q (j'; the Writers' Guild. II It. WKKHNH) Secretary Itoad N... -VHMiloil.Ilt School to

S | Mr rnon-Cole.. with. "Stat ot UM FOil TAX .O..... ('TOtt _ _ _ 3-8-Bt-4-B Uoiul 5 by "'..Whltebeads..
around Victoria It Is Wash., and Vancouver
mountains are remarkably '0. Ingham Sydney
f Alamo." 1828. and now "Conatanea" Hnvlnir bocn urRetl. by my friendsani Uond No 40-n".1 9 to New* Riv L
beautifullytreed with an amount of sunshine, exceed Island during the summer months. fei'hntt I duly n iUlfl - S and tikeVancouver ing that recorded at other British This vessel has accommodation for a becomes the first two-time winner ot< 1 h..r l>y o"n myHult : ramll-: lion.I No. IA-Itoad 6 to Iload T S

the Guild's award."Constanzm" ilate. for Uilloe of County Tax", Col- In Circuit (Court Twenty-Slxlh by Will Andrewa, Sjlunitl
Columbia of I
stations. large number cars and passenger., :
S : la an historical novel l 1..1"1..1'. for lirndford" County b'lorldn.Hubjert .liidlclnl 1 \ I (1 Circuit I I ii'a,5 rord County; No. 1 Hrnoker to New Hop.
: where tbemountain. One of the most popular boat trips and Is equipped with dining room. woven from material the author obtained to the Democratic 1'rlmiiry l-'lorldn.\ In Chancery. rond isyW.. llusen.Itoail t S
on the Pacific Coast is the triangle observation room and dunce floor. next June. Mrs. M. (Teresa) I..evltoit, joined no. 43-Itoad No. 1 to New ,
from the hitherto ecre. W. B. TOHODH.! M. I.Bvllon her. husband and I llnpa :HrldHre by oils Harry. S t
reach down to route between Vancouver Victoria and The trip to Alaska Is a popular one iCy Itoad No. S
S archives of Italy in the at lII-ltoal 1 to Diane
UM tileiul Kroeman
period xt and
n.' lU'VIster -
5- the sea, there Seattle. the three dominant cities of made by tourists on Canadian Pacino midice by Joe Kelly.Huad .
S- ere many the Paclflc Northwest. The Princess steamers. Tjicse sail from Vancouver Sicilian Vespers. I hnreby announce myself; K ramll- Complainants, : ; No. 25-'--Hock Church to road S
'Iax Collectorof
The Writer. Guild was especlaHr Claire I for the' clues of 1 nt Han Hyrdn.Hoail uy S
S ious vistas glor'l Marguerite" and "Princess Kathleen,' twice a week to Skagway during the : Urndfonl County. I .oll Impressed with Mr. Vernon-Ooi HamptonKeystono -- 's
itors o o m ; the largest and fastest steamships on height of the tourist season and at *> upnort nf the voters of this County ( W. Cole vt.. al.Hi Helirhti llnad. tbrouir near .
I Itll..ehal"lU 11
from Southern the Pacific Coast were launched In regular intervals during the rest ot position of the secret scUv1U s ot the nml. If elected, promise. the of I said.fultliful of- ::> IIIK, fiiilantsoiler onler In NuK til lluirt'I Marvin Irevn's to. Slate' Itoad No. *5. s
llnlster Mtfla. the "Klnn" of of the duties Itoad, Nut 3JA- .
S >
Italy. -From State I.
Hoad !
Ca II for n I a. 1025. A steamer leaves from Van the year Alaska was possibly one of 'Hie, cC.'. 4
S 4 i No I II tn
lire .
Dearly two bundred Itoail Nn. 32.Itond 1- t
members ot ainuel, 1 II
S where water u couver every morning for Victoria ana tb" tnost fascinating parts of the which recently: were convicted ot< ,... O. A., KNKItlT.1 '1'llIIl1Ip".n.TO (leorg-n. ChIt W. i-Cole*"rhy., .i...,,.. II.I.I No. :3 4- -I.'rom I Hampton south : 4i .
5 '5 a special at. Seattle The trip Is a delightful one North 'American continent as a mecca I)ucrby J iutriy' Jcseph 1. Aliuins to Alacbua' t' fiinty I I line.I
rOUVTY JI'IHIIO '
;-5,5 traction. will I and well worth taking. The other for visitors last yeer. Its towering rimes by aliuHoUoi. announce that I will he II."lIlIdlt.hle ,. J. JII. Alvares, i"lsuniug ii., Total length r I uvrvby
marvel at the steamer leaves Seattle each day and mountains and enormous glaciers. Its i.4I'ANl: ) ('liln'Cn: : I for. re-elvrtlon to th C olllro >'tiilth. T H., C'anova and sun, 1 I'' II. 'iiuanlltlvs Approximately' i of tlix 8(1(1(Itepta( miles.on which The total ,':
Cunnvu: nil son, 8lmon tliicken-1 pro.'S
it :
I'oun-
of rivers creeks and tiny the sailing Is reversed. The Canadian gold mines and romantic history, and of C'nuntv Judnre of to llrailford the Domocrntlo 11"'n..r.I i t tho Uiili-lKli i National i I Hank, /posals are. desired. are as follow: S 4

I e with the luxuriant Pacific maintains an automobile ferry. Its wonderful scenery all make. a ty Florida sulijert lie hpl,1, 6th. 11)28. of Noel It Carolina, Hnmuel M. Hubluiril. Clearing I : ,cud:' :grubbing 27,111 acres
I Florida election 1'rlmiiry' to rixcavitllnn I 30.167 culila S
Under the primary ards. ,
the "Motor Princess" between Bell- strong appeal to the traveler.. be ,nppreHntotl. Sinllh' and llrothers, Cnlnlltid t
which British columbia Your I itoad iiiaclilnn '
for .upporhlIA : .1. ArmliHIT. gritul' log, |)9(> ala.I ( ,
law where more than two OAliniNKU...... A. llraytilll. V. Hhlpmun, tlons S

changed between himself and Mr. St ('Iuler and Company, If ..lth.or I .ir.'t.1. .Mtplinlnrnl. ...._ ._ .. IImh..p...... tt._ S 7 ,
In -S .u. '-.5. "
of the above iivimngor ex-
candidates are running for an office TAX Jiw!""ri- "OIt are ill M. "iii'M.!; ." h-t
follow ictut ) i dead or 'not I In exlNtumu .S
Carlton. They : mice nut
to the public "
Iwi577jfe I hereby announce 1 then 1tlJ his, her, their i I or Its I 18 Inch pipe Tiilvert 112 I lln. ft. i ,I'
.
electors should vole second candidate for lh oillceof
14. 1928. that 1 am a 24 Inch '
How to Play "Tampa March. choice as well as firm choice. It Tax Assessor subject. to tli'.. will \heirs, .legatees, leKiil, grantees repiosentatlves, devisees. or, All work'lrl..I he :done"Ir'I: ft.i 4 ; ; ,
Hathaway luci'eMsoiH
"Dr. Kons of the voter at the coming Democratic with I the pliina and Instructions,
often is the case that second choice Primary election to l h. held. nMMlgns, arul to all persons., firms uenral I
"Tallahassee Florida. S provisions, special I provisions
'
I'
/i///t June 6, 1!'28. In asking for this oillce and:: corporntlons' ,\ u hosn inline, restdonca spuclflcatlons, ., and 1 I : )
/ ? BRIDGBJerz"cs "George F. McCall certified votes decide the election. It therefore will nay. that I am thoroughly fitmllar : or place of biislnnsN la unknown tiact of I llrudford county proposal and eon- S I .t
that In- .
to complainants r
are
public accountant will rail on your Is Important that electors In- ; with time :dutlea: If peitaltilnirthereto elvtted, 1 teicnted In those. certain pieces orimrcola (Inch bid l must he accompanied< by f S
ak-nle their second choice. This and promise land, and helnw In ill orrtlfled check or a bldilnrs bond. 11,
iWynne office for certain Information desired ( dlsrhariro the duties of mild of- \ of lying ,Hindu
will payable to K.
H. Matthews t 1'
on
VAv' 1927-28; y S by me. Please give him your can In no manner operate against lice III the same "er onlll.eltiolent that I have known-ititrko, and lli-nilford: 'described i 1 county a*I follows, l'lorldii; I to-, chairman I ror five per cent, of the, ,
end It will help and courteous manner mount bid. as evidence of good, faith i "
their first choice
will be on Wit:
co-operation. duties-anil
and 1 ,,
the collector' as a gunrante' I
'
'
Ferguson "DOYLK K. CAULTON"Dr. materially In nominating good tlia job. when you noino trial to, make twill. your appreciate I nrht I'I'h,1 CC"t\ luilf.Itloek.. (if Nineteen T.ots Nix((10)A ansi BMt the contract Iliu bidder I, twltll"execut S
r..turua-III"" me a (he contraut and .
give bond as .
r.
Author cf "PRACTICAL AUCN BRJDGfi"ARTICLE nnd will show my 11.1'1"- t "i orlHltml" plat of the 'rown .r .. ;
It, iiulrvd.Tim
Hatlmway's reply: '
F men.After cnriiustly, I II"' kf, tho Hum* licluif' n Htrlp ofI i"
__ : all these of hy my work. I M : : ; : right In reserved
'- "Mr.! Doyle E. 'arlton, yrnr: opera- clntlcn I support I I land,: nz 1-8 feet wide, Kiist and West and all bidsI'lans to rejoct any 1., S. S

1927, b' floyle, Jr. tion It Is astonishing how many 'Oii'it Most your Hlnceruly. IJV.. 11AYKM liv lob fnnt North and, Houth. bounded ami diieclfli-iitlons S
for (
"Candidate Governor on I dm North hv InndH of 1 Hrad. may h*
"Tampa. Florida. electors are yet confuxod and muddIed ford. County. Itunk and. .1. '1', Menvea, SUOII at I the ofllcn of I the county engineer
to the use of the second I hereby announce that I am a can- iiuw 1) C. Jones on the Plant: liy or at the othce, of the secretary
as I
No. 21 "Your telegram even date reached didiite for reelection to the olllce\ of InndH of A. M. Mnrhy on the $..uith of the board at Mtarke.. Fin t

here this afternoon enroute Orlando choice votes and how they are county asHoHsor ot taxiw or Urn,ifnri 1 loy Madison, at"'....t nnd on Ilin West Q. 8.: MATTHIQWS,
\ three interesting hand. that In the preredngarttcle the followin ('0 U iatetl. county, Florida, subject i tu the hy, Walnut. utreetIIUKK1 Chairman.
( in play the other evening and problem hand was given as an ilhistr where road departmentholds I WHI! .*H of the voters at the, comlnrt I I I : 'I NC: ; 1, V..ui nml ,.,",'h of vonurn C._Hecretnry A. FUTC1I 5'
clone primary
the on solicit '
When polls and yoursupport. have 2.24St."U
I difference of tion of the value of ; hnnu Its budget meeting tomor primary election hereby notified Hint you
sizing I
opin. your
_ up the votes are counted ; In asking for re-eluutlon. been, tunned' defendants' to a suit.
election day
what you think of them and and planning your line of play at the row. Shaft be pleased to eo.OP'1erale .It, an on a record. of courteous, efficient brniiKht hy Mrs. M. t'I'sresiP, F.ovl NOTK ,

results with the analysis that first trick. Unless you do( so then, il with your certified public accountunt and will show the number ot first and tielpful service to and the ton jolneii I >>y M. I.evllon I ber iiusbiindunit i "
,
of llradford county frlt-nd and Krettmitn' H KS-! In Circuit Court ft
in the article. be too late. choice votes cost for each candidate peotdn n xl i Twenty-ilxtli\
next may "everlastingly George F. MrCall, as requested -:. should you favor me I will I cnntlnueto stem, who allege In; their sworn lull'Cr Judicial Circuit Bradford County ," (
Information and for whom second choice give you I that same helpful service comtlaliit." now nn file In I thin office I Florida.Hradford. S
Problem. 23 Answer to Problem No. 21 In securing In I the pant. Very ro- I ituui nf the Cnnnty flank,
votes were cast on those ballots, I have 1(1 veil I 11 but htrll''are : owners I
I(carts- 8 3 desired' by you. ..poettuly. Cue :', )I tliernto.I and 1'rays u corporation
: Y : FONS A. HATHAWAY." each separate group; showing say N._\VAlNWniOttT. : for u a deuree reinovlnif, clouds/ inilet- i iIn 1'lalntlffLyman I
Clubs K 7,3 -
-
and forever Rlearlnw\ andfiurirmlnK VII
A and second It' title ,
t A B : Diamonds- A, J. 9, 5, 2 Only a short time ago; an auditon first choice for "l"'Ir.III: \Tw l'.1VT. I-I'III.IO .\- the lit I" to said. lands. tonmplalnniits a. Teot. Charles n. deleter

: Z : Spades- Q, 5,3 department choice for A's votes for II. C. D. 5'l'II t C'"O" "' and decrenlnif\,, that the anil-J. 11. Id\wr.uce. S ,
state highway for
completed the by W. V. Knott state etc, and. so on through I the list of reelect In. announcing loll to I the us oillce a candidate of 1 HuperlnFiidi > :oniplnlnants; 1 sulllclent'::: I baa fee Hluiplo and: holds tltlo I I u ausoutn Koodind I TO I.YMAN Defendants.(I. IM3HT] CHAnr.F.I S :I tjj

Hearts-K, Q 7 : Y : candidates. > .nt of t'ublla Instruction (Cfiiitlfri'd In and to ftiild binds, nnnullliiKtin ,, n. (IICIMLIOli: J. 11. r.AWIUCNI'K) S j
Hubs- K. J. 8, 4 tA 11 : ,_niniitnr._____. was.n. made nubile In which I returns are then county' I promise.: If reelected. I void and nil I rlalms i ANt Al-f OTHEH PKUMONU; : ,,.
under Dr. Hathaway These precinct ., the iiame, faithful performance \\tIAN\, : \I. or Interest, nf any alit1muil :: I : 1'J.:lCSH'l'ED: :
Jiamonds-J, 7,6,2 : Z' : the department I du .. ..."..'..._ ".....1.
'pades- bill of sent to the county canvassing or tOO, lU"O" O[ I 11CMto -. other! persons, flrma and corporal You, and each of you are hereby ,,
"a clean In
J was given mAlnlaln n. "rat All interest I 'ions incrnn.IT notified' that tbe, above styled milt
ore; first game. If Z dealt the fore Hearts A, J, Ii() health." The audit was an exhaustive board where the vote of the whole the w..ltllra or the chili", drlref ,. J!* TiiKiiKFonw OnrH lnn: was Instltutail In the abnve styled.

hand, what is his proper opening Clubs A 6, 4 six columns ot county Is compiled In the same the ne"t four yell 1''' all I h"VR In .the 'hut t you, the snld' ilefnndants, mm.utnuculor court on I the Zulu day nt January. A. 4i'
one requiring "ollclt Voll" "fJte.U. unknown, I). 1928 and that
/ I hereby not iiHninil. known' or on day a Writ of
ally? Diamonds Q. 10 3 several hundred puges. order as counted In the precincts tla"t.' 11. W\JUINK\ I absent, ctincenled::: I HQn-resldont\ orI attachment was duly Issued therein ,

Problem No. 24 Spades K, J, 9, oNo Carlton sends a showing the total lust: choice I otherwise, do'. appear" to the bill of arid levied' liv the sheriff' of Hrad
Now Candidate announce. mynelf n can- | complaint. mil exhibited 1 aKiilnst, you ford I county, Bu'Irriiut.I on th* 2fith day
Jjearts! K.0.10,4 score rubber game. Z dealt, bid onenotrump private accountant to the office of votes In the county for each candidate dldute I hereby for the oin.ce. of Buperlntemlfnt on or buforii ," 'h'r April: 2ml: A.Ill of January, A. 11. 102H, upon the (ol- dS

Ilubs: 9 and all pallSe the department, Immediately upon I the action nf County I Florida to answer llrnrirord county. Florida.1 T''.' ITI .4
to '
nubjoct
) the' and Z dis t'oiinty, : : (
} iamonds6. six of hearts B played king from his ballots were rord
completion of the lengthy and votes June Gth. 1 earnestlyKollclt I in the Hiilil hill of (complaint so exhltilted I'UOl'KHTY sIp' CIIAULM It. htl
pad s K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 6 won the trick with the ace. How should the tributed.. the \primary vote: and support, antI If I' airnliist I ''' fillIIUK, which nisrrH'; .
Z jil.in the play of the hand? The pointof evidently thorough; audit ot the returns then elected, your I promise. In return a fair a decree nf this enurL will bo enterednifnliiBt The Mouth half of Houthwest quar.. ,eq
are I
: Y T this nand should be very evident. / state auditor to look for "certaininformation" sent These to the county state canvassing boardIn and I Impartial of the ministratIon office\ devotlnir of the my The IlvBilford you < County ,....I..rILPh.I'll W.t' Five Nortbeaiit. acres:qiinrter The' Wont ci'.lft'.1: : .

: A B ; has two suits to pUy for, spades and that will require two affairs to the advancement I bIlMh..1 In Htarko, Mradford cniin- Northeast iiuarter. of Houtheaslquienrier .

: Z : diamonds( and must decide at the first months of the auditor's time to Tallahassee, where In I Ilia same of tints the and cause energy of educationKeHpnct Klorldii.1 I la hereby designated. : as and the Northwest quarter
I of the state, fully. thin newspaper In which I this noticeand nf Houtheast' la
for.The natural the total vote
trick which suit to play manner, ; 'l f.rt r'w'.lhrpol'1'II':
;
Investigate.Mr. A. J. QUIFF order sliall. ) be published once awe Section. Two (It t
ore. rubber game. Z dealt and play is to try to set up the diamond Carlton has Intimated that by counties Is compiled This will that I ama ..k for four consecutive. weeks (5)" ), South: Itanv Twenty two (U) S
1 I. A bid one club, Y bid four suit for it is longer and stronger than ; show which candidate has received 1 rsaiectttiITiitit1flce of C'ounty! \VITNKHH my hand as clerk and liltist. t
and B bid five clubs. Z doubled the spade suit. 2 should realize, how he has information ot a detrimental of first candidate for the Hrhools olllre nubji"ct to seat of the above named court, this 1'loI'PUTY! : OF I.Y\TANI O. P15P1T"
number of
the highest totuporlnh'nd..nt the 29th day pf Knuruary. A. Ii.. The Northeast of Northwest .
of dia. In regard to the state of the quarter '
-td l, Y bid five and B bid that B holds the king nature and regulations
spades ever, if rules .
which one has the I 1028 iiuarter nf Twelve (tCt
iibs. Z doubled and all passed. monds he will win the second trick and I road department and It might be choice votes and Democratic primary to be In held on o. w. ALDERMAN The 'West half ro\I\'! :;; quarter i S
every
is Y. proper opening lead? lead l back his partner's hcart suit. Then I assumed that he Is seeking data toba'k received the next highest: vote. Jtiim Sth. I feel to that rIve I the am duties of Clerk of Circuit Court Florida.fly :, of Northeast iiuartert. The Mouth .
who will way qualified) Hradford County half of Northeast ifiirrter, and the
A if he the only two service.
after hearts cleared These competent i
the are such Intimations. Rut It are the nnlcn ptttrlent and C. A. kNllrl'l'Deputy Rniitheast nuarter or Section Twentythree < i
up faithful : ,
Problem No. 25 holds the ace of spades, can get back in that he could find In the count In the final compilation for I'ledKlnK a full and nf th" ot- ; Clerk.: (23) : The West half of the S 4j,

the lead with it, make his set-up hearts does seem each office. All of the other candidates illsc-harMra of .the duties ability.. I respectfully A. s. cnnws] Went. half rot Hectlnn Twenty-four
of several hundred to the best or my for Complainant. The North of /j
: 1. six columns flee Solicitor (14)1; half the North ,
from
Z scoring .
and thus prevent game. to for each office are then ask. your support. _S < .!.Kt-1- half of Northeast. quarter of North
Information
: A B |I Therefore Z's proper play at trick pages sufficient cast for Itepnetfuliy east. quarter of Section Twenty-six
the votes I.AWtlOnorFJ_
: Z i"re two is to play for the spade suit and back up any declaration he might dropped From <'. T. >I.tWTKirl.l'l: ((2fl, all being. In Township. Eight _
if he holds it. II ad. the eliminated candidates second ( South Hance Twenty-two (21) -
orce A to play the ace make against Dr. Hathaway's i c-i.f.iiK nitrriT ('nEll! 1U.
'ieart.Q The of cast for the highest the vottrs of Notice Is hereby given 'that under ; S
3,9,8,5,2 he doesn't no harm is done. ace ministration. It such intimations choice votes I hereby announce to randl- of that certain Final You and each of you rare hereby ; f

tube. -8, 3umonds.A pades in A's hand isa positive re-cntr) and next highest first choice candidates rtradforcl County that of Clerk I am of a Circuit arid.decree by nf vlrMie foreclosure. ., made .February required, to nppear In said cause. on '

K, J, 9,7 and must be got out; of the way before are true. nothing are then counted for those date fur I the shall. cube he very !grateful toeveryone 17lh, A. V. hIlt hy llonnruhleA ::. Mondav the 2nd. r.lrfn April, A. P.; .
;padel- none his heart suit Is set up. Played in TheRe political audits are i their total Court.. for their support and vote V. Lunic. Judge nf the Klghth Judicial IU2S. and therein or judgment i
candidates adding to will ha entered against
recently field on 'of Florida, acting for you.'S
be Circuit
Aa in. What should this Z cannot hc'p hut go new. Bradenton only at. the primary election tn .. .
game manner, ( the nomination 192*. Hiving and In hohalf of Honorable A. /. It Is ordered that this not! b* _
Mlct bid how the curd lie. through with one of them vote and Insuring Tuesday. Juno Sth Judicial published In the llraiifonl C'ountyTeleirriiph ,
with the foregoing hand? game, no matter went the County In this rapacity AdkliiK' ., Judge of tha ZIJth !
receivedthe l
political'campaign! and of the candidate who has served.. < Is familiar with my circuit, hirad. ford ('ollnIY.o'loplrlA., x>nce a week for Two

Answer to Problem No. 22 I I has during heard a nothing from the state greatest number of first and already work and everyone your appreciated support: : will by 'm0.1)0): all I *who nrtaln Is vittles disqualified. wherein toact.!ldwarrl: 'In Hiirns'K "that mnnths.WITNKflH. tli. Honorable' A. 7 ii _______

Hearts S I city's books since the second choice votes( thus counted. the more continued 1 faithful s..rvloe.Q. I imiplalnant and ', I* F'uek, Adklns, Judge a* also O. W. Alderman I't
audit of the promise : I' .a'.n: M. M. Clerk and the seal. of this
I this statementof ALDBItMAM Inrfk 1 I.. l'eu'k his wife
w.
Clubs A, 10, 5, 3 accountants left hurriedly one dayto I It will be seen by UMwnrdn: art lefeni1nnts.. the undernlgned court at Htarke., Hradforrt county, f

Diamonds none I where Important facts that only the two candidates 5- IIKPIIP.flKXTlTIVH! I as Special' Mastor. will .Hell Florida, this the 15th day of J.nuary. -
I return to Tampa Foil and best Mild '- A. l>. t _______
Spades- 54 who receive the highest and I hereby. announce to the public I j r..r lash, tn the hlghem :
awaiting them. 'w. At.nBn.fAM:
dnor
was Court House
Jlcarts-tS business candidate for Representative : .r, In front of the J
I IJ next highest first choice votes will (lint I am n County subjectto Htarke Hradford County! Florlda. Clerk Circuit Court. \
Into political I Sri
1,8 Y : CI"hsI.Q!. 9, 7.0 The city was thrown of Bradford ; 193. A. S. CUF.WS'
D.
[ : nominated. voters at the cornIng : nn Monday, April 2nd. A.
of being of the
)F 5, 4 : A B : 1)hirg4n'-ls 10, II I squabbling while the audit was be- have any chance I the Domocratlo will Primary. election. to during the legal hours of sale for Attorney for Cornpalnnnt.l51,1n4'i.te.. ( _

9 Sp.lOCJIlone I there has In sollrltlnit the r>f .e.nti.'i'vtnguet.f'i' jIo'nnl! S
: Z : conducted and If be "held June Sth, !; .i.cteiT.\ j purn.uee
ing _. ..
if
announced candidates .. T .,.?..!.?- ..
of the a -
I been anything uncovered of a serious Some your iipiiiiii.faithful v.service-give me a I
I leart' Q, 3 hear for governor have no possible true and make my record
we have yet to trial I will try to

Clubs-K. I anything nature about It. chance of receiving enough such that will at the say expiration to me well ot done my We can chiirge f
tThamonds-hQ them In term you your
.
Spades. -10, 8 We admit that the many columns the first running.choice votes Their to put campaign Is hou earnestly, noo'1 ant solicit faithful your cmi servant.I pport. YES 8 HRS

la audits mean
ot figures BAUNB39,
J. T.
'. ""? trumps and 7. is in the lead.: Z who should trump with the; queen ot or nothing to the average; hopeless from the start and tends \ STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's _

", Ywin six nf the seven tricks hearts. Z should now lead the trey ol little It would be only to complicate the situation. I hereby announce myself a candidate
t any defense which B vin with the six, layman and perhaps of n..prp..nla- _
? Z should lead the hearts must would be patriotic and commendable for the cities
I I clubs, .all following suit. I He"icn Y discarding his last spade. U I must now necessary for Mr. Carlton to get It candidates tlvv In the next Legislature, and of
support
hopeless
lead the lead clubs to Y'. hand who must win accountant to smooth out It these rnnflilently. rely upon the lford
king of diamonds up some electors of llra< ke
the Immorratlc
S'Wing suit except Y who should I both tricks, having the ace ten over B's their Intricacies for him'. but his [ would withdraw from county.the I 1

I.a P.idc. Z should then lead the queen nine. certified accountant from the Information race and help to nominate the candidate !.. I* FUA7.BB I Garage :

f diamonds, all following suit This is a very pretty little problem we have available. Is not who can best serve the best -- myself a. a

V who should, trump with the and its solution depends on the play of from the state audit Interests of the state.-Florida I hereby for announce nomination for the office -
h ilL V of hearts at trick four which getting data candidate leKlnla- -
should now lejd the the queen Times-Union. an. representative. In the
: all following suit except enables Z to force B in the lead. but Is conducting Investigations a--- Cure from Hradford ,county ,.ul.J..tto primary <

without the l least consideration for 11 miles the action of the Democratic If
Surfacing
Glade 1924.
Delia -- to be held June Mh. II-- [
ot the state the state's exhaustive[ work. road between Pahokee Mecteil. I promise. faithful and ronHrl -
IC.\L chairman of county
s3t: KE SCREEN": Hathaway, to us that Candidate I ..ntloiis. service and resperrfullysolicit .
road department and opposing Mr. It seems and this place near completion. the support ot alt Tt..mn.r"tlo R. DAVIS & CO.

ir !ntly dissatisfied' with theft Carlton as a candidate for governor Carlton is about to open a campaign Canal Point-Route of road lobe v..ttrs. _1'. N. K E MplttCK! J.

learned from his office at Tallahassee to place the department built between bridge here and MirKltVIXOH OK HKCJISTUA.

the books ot the state certified public der suspicion during the guberna- Florida Cast Coast Railroad station FOH tint
.I,: that this by keeping an auditor I hereby announce that I am s, candidate I '
department, Doyle Carl1npa's accountant employed by Candidate tprlal campaign being lIur1' yed. for the office of supervisor INSURANCE! : ::
.' busy on the books until after rewlstratlon for Bradford county.If .
candidate in the race did not express[ a desire of bestitfTrts
Carlton will I give mr very
In June. Cities candidate In any section. elected I S
i "" Information" but stated the primary Tampa toward carrying out the du- I
'nor. has _
of- "certain
placed In the for
have not yet "smoke screen" from
audits latest I solicit your
I political The HT this office, and
where
rIps
S F the highway department he would require Investigations a month( or, indicating so, been conducted might fall for Mr.Carlton's Tampa will be watched: closely but support at the June primary.H. G .WArT. AGENCY ESTABLISHED::: 1886 j

McCall also of Tampa, to complete his political strategy, but we don't believe It will hide the S

1 certain Information: for that he was lent to make where the and It Is votes MKMIIRH' SC'IIOOt. IIOlllI, nlJ.'I'uc'r -
Bradenton same eyes ot many voters, .
not
rlton. 'the department'sbooks. 3 STARKE FLA. [
il Ie an audit of thing was tried and didn't work and voters that Mr. Carlton U par hrs"by" Announce my candidacy ,. J
In
board
JackaonTllle a few das and we don't believeIt >> ticularly Interested In for the next as a member nf the school I S
[the|> auditor reached his of- Dr. Hathaway has given out the successfully from Itlstrlct No. 2. and will. Klve belt L----------: _- _
for the Herald.
t ex- will gain many votes few week'll.-Dradenton the dutle of the office my very
the the telegrams i
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__ BRAUFOltO COUNTY TEl.EGR.irn.. 8TAKKE, FLORID. -- _- F1lIDAY: M.tRCII
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:N.....N..... ....... The guests were:Mesdames C. M. evening, and refreshments of Ice from Jacksonville Saturday to nlsh. Plans for .ln

Bradford County Telegraph : Welmnan, John Bird and F. M. cream and cake were served. The spend the week-end at the home of gram were discuss, d testy I

: Keystone Heights : II McMillan and the Misses Jeanette guests wore: Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Mr. and Mrs. Mack in Keystone Mr. and .Irll. Pihr, '
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Established 1877 Ml' .1.. Oed... Cor. and"t
who
and Mrs. J. E. Larson Heights. have spent '
i Lawrence Gertrude Houser, Florence McMillan, Mr. ?,
.N.NVO..N.N........ Flohr, Catherine Flohr, Ruth Mr. and Mrs C. M. Welmnan, Mrs. E. P. Caughey, Mlsa Eliza- Keystone Height ,, ,", ItJnt,j

Publhhcd"ecE.y: on Fridays and Entered an Second Class Keystone Height, March 23,-i Lawrence, Olive Beers, Virginia the Misses Mildred Rupert Eliza- beth Caughey and Mrs. W. II. home In Blue UIR 'hr ':

r Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I The last meeting of the Chantau- Jane Miller, Helen Lawrence, beth Caughey Ruth Lawrence, Ogden and two daughters, spent'in Tuesday Dr. March j a Jaitl1:: 'i
afternoon shopping
Elizabeth Caughey and Arneeta Gertrude Rouser Helen Law- Monday George W. Steed )
,' E. S. Matthew: _-_ Owner and PublisherJ. qua.Voman's Club was held Tues-', and Helen Ogden Mrs. Rupertwas rence, Arnetta Ogden and Helen Gainesville.Mr. stone Heights 'rIll> 'dal' ''t.!!
Managing Editor day afternoon, March 13, In the assisted in serving by little Ogden, and the Messrs. Donald and Mrs C. M. Weimnan through the souu,"? Patti 1' ''Istatfc.
C. Robinson ._ ------ Woman's Club building. Dr. Elizabeth 1 Miss Helen Childs. Pangborn and Harold Lawrence. drove to Starke on business Mon- He expo, ,tl," be ''

Thorpe president of the or-I'1 Mrs Ella Bird entertained at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Houser and day.A land Friday evening, JN
I SUHSCKIITION UATE ganlzatlon presided, and after a her home Saturday evening, March daughter Gertrude, spent SundayIn meeting of the teachers and act as toasttnasi., .,' share L. !,
general business meeting a short i 17, with a surprise party in honor Green Cove Springs visiting officers of the Keystone Heights given by the Nadal!, 2. ..
Advance )
t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months!, 73c; -Payable in program was presented | of the birthday of her daughter- friends. Sunday School was held Monday of Music .i

Advertising. Rates Application.. Miss Mildred Rupert, who Is a1 I in-law Mrs. John Bird Bridge Mr. and Mrs B. F. Mack and evening. March ID, at the home of return to Keyotiin, ))1 t( ?,*(
senior at Ohio State University : and Pitch were enjoyed during the family and Mr. Leo Jackson drove the Superintendent Mr. F. W. Cor- close of the week. shl>
Y it arrived ou Friday, March 16, to1 I .
Carlton is cut out of saying "Hav-a-Tampa" cigar, Mr. upend( a two week's vacation with'

Voter." her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Rupertat
their home In Keystone Heights.
I
0 -
o
Mills Helen Lawrence entertained -
r'' Even spanking will get your name on the front pages Friday evening, March 16, with |
{r two tables of bridge at her home'on
'r these days. '
o Lakevlew Drive. Her guests] ___ no -- -- -
? included the Misses Gertrude
f L t Bradford county will go on the industry map of the state, Houser, Mildred Rupert Elizabeth

:featuring strawberries, sweet corn and pecans. Caugney, Arnetta Ogden, Helen
Ogden and the Messrs. George
o Bird, Donald Pangborn, and Harold 1 +
The days are getting longer, and the skirts are getting Lawrence. Miss Lawrence was a

4 : shorter.-Times-Union. Can't the two be unionized? assisted by her mother. .
t fi Dr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Gamble
o left Keystone Heights Saturday, Whippets.
1L Plant City strawberry growers must stamp each quart March 17, to tour the southern

of inferior fruit as culls or seconds before offering to the local pint of the state. :
f Mrs. J. A. .Rupert entertained -
t ? trade. Saturday:! afternoon March 17, at I 1'
o her home with a tea in honor of II
I
Bradford county-the only county in the state with a her daughter, Mildred who is

t full representation at the state convention of county commissioners spending a short vacation here. [ "

in St. Augustine.
"The modern pest exercises an
I 0- auto horn Instead of the legs." Willys-Knights

The "old' ]line" oil companies call those concerns forcing Bradford County Telegraph. "That
t Is exactly right. And at the thea-
down the price of gasoline bootleggers. Bootleg gas can'tbe I
+
tre he exercises\ his neck to put
?*; any worse than bootleg liquor. bin head directly In front of you." I!,

I r4 j! ,r o -Wauchula Advocate. He also I I .
uses a part of the same neck to
# + Therq is a candidate for governor who says he reformed read the tltlea aloud and explain I

tt ; a + himself and wants to help reform the state. We'll see how .the plot of the picture to his I

bad the state wants to be reformed in June. 'sweetie.-Clermont Press. .., \'
d { I. --p -
} i o I.I I Charley Budden and Jim Pounds M ; ,
7, Avery Powell says a small town is where they call the I ought to write a letter of thanks '. I

+ 'a r t, barber a tonsorial artist. And some of these "artists" evi- :'to the Bradford County Telegraph I 0. '. '". ,"P '" .' I J. .",,.'...{:.f, .
Last week they carried the full
their training in butcher shop. I
,
a .
story about the Ford that ran sixty ,
.
t'O I,
I miles per In second gear. JustIn ,
in marriages case Jim and Charley don't get I
i',. University of Florida announces a course I

.I and divorce to summer school students. A course in marriage to Journal.you we Come send see the thanks us sometime of the, Two carloads just unloaded for your

will be sufficient-divorce will come from experience. nal.Bradford.-Winter Garden Jour- I II

-
--
s "Overloaded on Scratch Feed."-Advertising line. Wonder The Times-Union-e-properly de- ,I
t
if that feels anything like being overloaded on moon- votes an interesting and Informa- ,

Moonshine won't scratch it kicks. tive editorial to two of :Florida's
shine-Ocala Star. liquor approval. The latest models
great and profitable cropsceleryand -Inspect
o strawberries At this season

Florida's attorney general says that as far as voting is of the year, these Florida products

1 concerned a woman "once single is always single." Now the are attracting nation-wide atten-
tion. The has been both
r t' married ones are wondering if he will rule "once married, always Increased production and Improved until now

married." the Florida, celery and the Florida them.
:
strawberry are recognized as the \
I P o best grown in this countrY-Ocala I .
"When you attend a reception and the hostess asks you Banner. ..,.

if you will have some corn, don't pass your glass," says the ---o- ", .. .. '-..'
; Starke bucket?Times-Union. Says a merchant: "I don't haveto I
What water
Telegraph. pass; a advertise because everybody ; 0 #' :
l I + If motto is "Safety First yourself-out. ,0, .
y a your pass knows who I am, where I am. and 4 ,
o what I sell." This merchant will .
.
Voters of the counties through which state road 28 runs never make more than a living. <, I. ,I,
y Take It as a general rule the av- \ ..
I *: e k will have the opportunity of voting for or against the one erage shopper doesn't care a ,, t ,I

f1'' senator from the interested counties who fought its passagePhillips whoop who a merchant Is, where | j ,

of Lake City, who has qualified to make the race he Is, or what he sells. But the I i I
average shopper does care a whole
,, ? for railroad commissioner against Wells.o I I
i lot about Information as to the .1 :
cost of what he or she has to buy I
r ,
;1 ; The clock of life is wound but once, and also where to get It without I
wasting time and stops going from
'4 : 44 And no man has the power store to store looking for It.-Live Q QUIGLEYandDA

.i1 ?e To tell just when the hands will stop-- Oak; Democrat
.
s' -o-
it At late or early hour.
'
One of the advantages' of running I
Wf i : ; Now is the only time you own; a "patent Insides"' newspaperof I ,

l 4 'f Live, love, toil, with a wijl. which there are ony two left II I
In the state of Florida-Is that I
Place no faith in "to-morrow, for Ii
the editor can get a thrill by read-
The clock then be still.-Anonymous. i
may Ing his own paper. Tarpon I

Springs Leader. The all-home-
print man gets a thrill occasionally .


[ ROl\1 OTHER PENS :::1 putting when Prea.In someone correction Yes last makes week SlUgs.Clermont a the mistake linotype .-/ ,. ';Ii .

IV
4 _____ made a Storke out of Starke \
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Bradford County Telegraph.
c ?. Florida as "Llquo'r Funnel"' to Man near the surface. More attention Speaking of thrills how about get- ----- -------- --- --- ------ --

be Aired at Dry lIeetlug.I1ead.Une. Is now being given to the sale ting the town grouch's name spelled I
wrong just once?-Wauchula
: I line. Wonder It the alrera don't of farm properties.-*-Ocala Star, Advocate. I
know that Congressman Green .---0- .
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"
t' aid that Florida\ la "as dry na the As the days go by Hathaway Tampa Life, in commenting on .' f.

t Sahara desert?"-Ti mpa Times. : gains momentum In his race for the candidacy of Doyle Carlton Some wonderful :

t --0- the governorship of Florida.! pointedly says: "Unless more Interest Bargains in :. !

Putnam county starts shipping Moore Haven Democrat. Which is taken In Doyle's behalf .:< I
e r cauliflower in carload lota.- goes to prove that Florida's population In Itlllsboroii';h county, and un- II I
Starke Telegraph. We're going has Improved considerablysince less conditions undergo( an appre- r, ,
right up to Tex Klchard's hotel' Sidney J. Catts was elected ciable (change the local man Is go- ''I' :

t and show him that Item.- Miami governor once upon a time.-Miami Ing to have a narrow squeeze to .
Beach Sun.Congress. Bench Sun. carry the county." With this evidence ,
I 44 -..-- of weakness at home, and
i' ---0- LUMBER
and
ROOFING
baa appropriated "The man. who will hide behinda Carlton supporters in other sections : ;l i' '
$323.000 to give the hoime and woman's skirts," avers an ex- of the commonwealth as rare ', .; '

senate better ventilation.-Starke change, "is no true man and Is as the dodo, an inquiring public ", . ,!.M'' : I
I Telegraph. We Imagine they'll In- lacking In some of the finer attributes might ask embarrassing questions -,. t /1.::' :t
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tan some exhaust pipes to carry I of real manhood." You're as to why Carlton doesn't' with .' ,". ,: -'. ";;}, f ., :
Senator Merlin's hot air out of '"..,. [,'A I
the I right, brother; the man who can draw.-Palatka Dally News.: :., ': ,.. I
'hambera.-Mlaml Beach Sun. hide behind a woman's skirts, -- '.'.'""'. ", ; ,-
a --a -- I these days, la no man at all-he's See where a ministers association ":' '. '.:.,' 1 I.' ATQUIGLEY :: I
I F ;
f "Negro Thief Stops Bullet From 1
a magician.--Live Oak Democrat. 'Is looking into the high cost i 'd, : ; .
fw Deputy's Gun" Rays the Wauchula I 0 of dying, one member protesting .1 .", '. ', ,. '.' \ .. ,
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I Adrocate, but the bullets I ., I, ,
r failed to 'I Hathaway Is best Qualified in the excessive amounts families expend '
'r
; atop the coon.-Bradford County I the governor's race to give Flor.: on funerals, saying many : ,'. .1;" I,

I Telegraph. Yes but the sheriff Ida a business-like administrationof such events cost more ban a family I I, ., :..:..:.,.. ,
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t and a couple of deputies did atop Its affairs, and no other type of i can afford. He wasn't blamingthe I ..,' I I
him.-Wauchula Advocate. management is wanted by the voters. undertaking fraternity but the 1'" I I1.
o .-Starke Telegraph. It some custom of expensive burials by '''\1.' -

Sometimes a practical joke happens voters really do want any other people of slender means. Illness :
to back-fire on Its perpetrators type they shouldn't.-Gainesville physicians and hospital and, when and DAVIS :: .
and creates a better joke inl I Sun. these agencies cannot prolong life,
the rebound than In its original o all .
funeral mean heavy expense,
I form.--Arcadia Arcadian. Such Dunnellon Truth is wonderingwhat even when the utmost economy is

as Doyle Carlton challenging Fons Dunnellon fisherman are go- enforced, and when current fash- .
Hathaway to a debate, for In- ing to do during the closed sea Ions In funerals drive a family to .., .,t 4"o \.
stance.-Miami Beach Sun. son. Can't what Wal- t .r,,ftr .. .
say .
your .
a 1'p spend an unnecessary sum, ii .
tonltes will do but we.! overheardone leaves the average family In crippled -
.
The bottom .
baring '
In
appeared
Starke herman say he was financial circumstances. The ''''
_, q a1, the realty business In Florida, the going to work.-Starke Telegraph.:! ministers have named a committee I ,
realtors are busy as bees getting Which !Is a very good Idea. That's to investigate the subject and report -
1 .I out cf the subsoil and are again the only time some of 'em do It Is a sensible move.- .

?/4 cultivating the rich pay dirt that work.-Dunnellon. Truth. Lakeland Ledger. ,


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