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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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ANNOUNCES TFIA WAY I i;I I r MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATIONS POISON CAUSED I Ii '[ PRE-EASTER ION UN- I FIVE ARE HURT- t," ), :"I;


SERVICESThe

PLATFORM .r I i CREWS DEATH AS CARS HIT ON

._.!IIllItL -_ .., ..r MEET FRIDAY mlnistersor the Penney
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March 27.-Pledg- C. .. Memorial Homes I i
)ft lo lllliIlIlIlIIlI' f. I having offered
lie I at >ple! of Florida an ef- .wuss.S....p S TIe Starke and Penney Farms .\,,"I'IIIM! of YMIm'x Viscera ll
,lit iructlro business ad- : .!II...... .1 _. m. Ministerial Associations held a Truce of Strj
latlnl') as economical as the I ..55S... :. : .. Joint meeting Fildny' afternoon InI .\I.I't'Ntf1l.1.: <". I the Starke MluUtorlal", Association S 4

Ll 1 ti Mjiopment and growth Nqxei I the Starke Methodist church with accepted' for four mich unrvU-mi to llc d-oii Onull Flings But It (fun. f
| rttii will permit, Fons A. S... Folowing report or the Jacksonville !bo held in the vitrloua.. ,
() > .... I- the presidents Dr. II. A. Tucker clmrclu-rt" of Into>> IHN-li! -Thn-o InJacksonville i
\in' andldate for Governor .... u I I and Dr. Charles E. Matteson, in chemist that the vital organs tho city as follows: IJn"I.tnl.!
,
tpprouthlng primary elec- ........ < I charge. of M L. Crews showed sufficient 'Tuesday, April :.1. at 8:00: p, m

jaimoun'.,>d for the first time i S4. : .' ... .I.- I After a few words of welcome strychnine to have killed several at llaptlst church Hsvs. A II. Mar. 28.-Five
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,itform s.eI.' .5.: .' .S.< a. I by Dr. Tucker. Dr. r. c. Smoot led Ronnie and J. M Imllas, sponkerB.Wednesday. .
declared .11I. ., > : II' men, warrants wore ordered for l erxniia were' pntiitully injured
platform is prob- ,, the opening prayer / > April 4, 8:00: p. m., S
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issued by ... .. the arrest of a man by the name when iwj( automobiles crashed s''
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shortest any : Siet'
(tlu I u.II 1 ;f I A chorus composed of a number 'this.t church. llev. C. K': nl ul,1"II'lIkE'r. .
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the present race for of Moore and his h..ntl.on ou the Lake City road
inll in ..5; .<' ? of the visiting ministers led by companion at the S

j noi md one of the briefest 'I III1Bltlr -.eit eii.ii: ,... '. Ia. j Dr. Charles \V. C )'lwt'll. favored time Crews was given the alleged Thurs'ayllrll .5, 8:00: I p. m, near Otlx about five miles this side
of state politics em- .' : J. IiS of Ilaldwln at 7flO:: o'clock last
\ church
m..t .i;' Ia. I the audience with an inspiring/ poisoned.. liquor Ruth Bryan. Ruth Kplropal Hev. A. (I.
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.... night.Thofte.
$ ,
eleven short : < S
[ para- .Sc-S. Harrison! '
)niy speaker.
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L CCi . song.Kev. Ilryaii alias Hunter, was arrested hurt and the extent of 1 .
4. SNCS1 L.. W. Klckliter was Intro- Friday April 0, 8:00: p. m.,
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uauce of the platform .. ... J. .-- duced as the oldest minister, and Saturday in Jacksonville, while I Presbyterian church, Kev. P. B. (their Injuries were: : .

,V folows the announcement EJ :; / 5' he told of the progress Florida has Moore Is still at large. (t'npiifttt speaker. G..:. P. ChImer-- prominent. lawyer .. -

Hathaway, 'that from now .. : made during the List fifty years. The following dispatch wan sent The men's chorus of the Memorial ot war en, ti.; severe lacerations 7

| the primary he will be) ag- I .:....:::.: 4 ; Rev R S. Carleton essayist for from Jacksonville Monday: i domes Community Hev. C. W about thd face and head ami other l, ,
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\1.1> ,:ampatgnlng, speaking ........' v M the occasion, had for his subject Arrest here Caldwell, leader, will bo present bruUps.U ,,( \ ,
Saturday of Ituth
i'nti,> several times a day i ....s.eu..J5..1I1f' d h. . .,. .I.C .,.... "Modern Literature and Its Evil lIryan, 21, under Indictment In and slug, nt these services. A. Week., well known turpuntlne .

hit duties as Chairman of I lsus5 .. r .j. .. ... .. > Influence." Ills address was well Union Inasmuch as the Orphans Home mufi:' of Starko cuts about .
murder
county on charges
... the face .
: body brulnea and
probably i
fciate Uoad Department do m..A UdYC .: .. rl presented and well received by la connection with an alleged Society ot Florida has made an appeal Internal
0 ...' to the Starke mlnlsterx for inj uries. ,
BI!event A those present. anEaster
WS. .: : poison plot which took the life of Mrs. C. W. Dlsulnger 1225 Chal- .
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'ast i\pcilinent4il': \ Stngejiimentlng I S ... .. v .% .it' ... i, Dr. Tucker then spoke of "HuI MIloH Crews prominent III the collection, It with docldeil 1 .
.5. Ion
avenue: lacerated lip and ton-
his platform, .i. by the locnl for -
upon 5' { I man Nature's 1'ronenesn Toward pastors an offeringfor
Lake Butler
454 .y section was announced -
:
Rue und other bria ices. iSl'i.
Lthaway said he deemed the t :4 thla society at the last of the ,
I Evil Rather than God. .
today by Detective Inspector 1 K.Li :.
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.5 h W. E. SlHson, 2750 Oak
luallon of the State's road "h4 .. Dr. Charles E. Malteson%\ presi- Acosta. Merles on Friday night 1 at the Pros-
without interim I ; \ ; liylorlnn church. street, slight brulHOS t
lug program ) dent of the Memorial Ministerial
The woman was arrested at the
& S J. A. Kersey taxicab
,
driver v
as of the greatest impor- S Association, was then called to You are not only to attend the
I 5 home of a brother residing near .
Ociila lacerations about the
the progress and the 5k" .. .: lr and during that service held tit your church, but ; face, / ,
that .. -:,. ,.,.. k the ch ) presided Pearl and Nineteenth streets. City head und hands. /I
r'ipment. of the state fromver I --_._- part of the program rendered by at all I the rlmrclum; herwlse, rv
Detectives J. 1). Brown and W. It.Bntnnen Those who escaped, Injury ', .
wereDeputy
,
will be union services
viewed dependsthe thoy not nor
angle .. the visiting ministers.
made the arrest. The latter -
I Sheriff Charles : tm
completion of a system _ After a few pleasing remarks in Is the spirit of union preserved Thomas : ,h
detective Is a brother Sheriff Ocaln; and D. A. Ollmer, 38, real t/555
and cross-state at being Let us make thorn spiritually
link lines i regard to their pleasure
W. S.: Brannen, of Union county estate salesman, Warren O. ,
: introduced worthwhile.
S present Dr. Matteson who came here to obtain police One of the machines. was occupied (j. t .
i he asserted, has made i : Dr. R A. Cody, whose address was
rlda 4 & 47 ii-r :\ help in locating the woman.Sherll'l by ,Weeks, who was driving
in road build- _ "The Strict Observance of STARKE O. 'V.I
bus progress on told that
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.. Brannen police <, Mrs. Dlnhlnger and Mrs. Sis- p .
Wing the past few years butiat i9 : ::4 k S Law" : tile woman was Indicted jointly son. The other was occupied: by .
| be remembered that tote 3'\ Dr. J. S. Lean was then Intro- 5
Moore after CAMP ACTIVE .
p with a man named ; the Messrs. (Jllnicr, Deputy, Sheriff.
tbe as mapped 'v4 ; duced and spoke on "reserving I
program _____ Crews died from a drink of whiskey Thomas and Kersey: The latter -
i the Legislature will require the Essentials!: of the Preaching of which the sheriff said Moore i ,
% wall driving ,
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On March 16th delegation of
a i
Tills is time to ex- -
I years. no Yesterday. and the woman gave Crews. The automobile driven by 'Veeka 4, ,
and 14 sovereigns, 12 from Starke anil
Nocka
the road depart- Blake Ranney.
dit with Drs. ,
f.. The trouble, according to the was traveling In a westerly direc.
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from went Jack-
2 to
made Lawtey, up
Florida's roads diner brethren then
several
Already ..
:::'<""" >; of advertls- brief talks.
Jthe standpoint very on a check he gave Moore. Marlanna( and the Kersey car was
.1 3 to witness tho Initiation ofa
of ,
asset. Raymond pastor
Hre her greatest Rev. O. P. A short time after the womnnHIllL ; coming toward Jacksonville whenisle

hool Survey. FONS A. HATHAWAYand UtA____ _"Uarke__. ___ n Bantlst_._ church, made a .. u____ _M' .nl. nwu..I ..n,11, rinse by their team. .. u.L __ ,4 .
UlUTt) nu\ i:
AlUUrft IWUBBiur crosn occurred.According
night March 23 the local -
Friday ,
paragraph the and helpful talk and
his on pleasing :
uaslng very drink the latter
gave Crews a was to wit neRRes the automobile m ,
vement of Florida's public the protection of our fish and TURNIP FIELD asked visiting ministers to attend seized with an attack and died camp entertained a delegationof driven by Weeks crashed '
.
14 members of Palmetto CampNo.
i, Dr. Hathaway calls attani game but that he thought that the all of the Starke Association meetIngs within three hours, according to head-on into the one handled by F, -
3 composing their degree(
to do .
promised
i the fact that the Leglsla- present law should be so amendedas NETTED which they the sheriff. team, that came down to confer Kersey as It passed a cur on the ; '
1S27 appropriated a con- $600 every month.It official told .
11 Union county
The highway. The Impact of the crash SI
to eliminate those features that tha.t.2tarke the work for All Friends. Camp No.
tile sum of money for a has been arranged and Detective! Brown I l
hla brother to I threw both cars to the side of the ,
138 which had claim ready
survey for the purpose ot render it impractical and unac- TwCC'rE'1I Grown ]Iy J. I,. Hjirrell have four pre-Easter Union Services that be ordered an analysis of the a.. Woodcraft. road and the occupants were cut #
learn the mysteries" n .
lining the weaknesses In the ceptable to the people of the state, of LiiuU-y<< Drought In Total ; namely, Tuesday, Wednesday dead man's stomach and It reveal- The delegation! from JackHonvllla l lIy flying glass, ,

it system. Under the pro- that he would favor such modification of IpinOH. Thursday and Friday eve- ed traces of polmm. The sheriff composed of I the following Kersey, an Uvula taxicab driver, i
was
s ''If the act providing for as would Insure protection ----. nings preceding Easter Sunday, then determined that Moore had I wan engaged by
ivesllgatlon the report of the : Mr. J. L. Harrell of Lawtey, has with ministers from the Memorial bought similar poison in Luke But : P. C. C. 11. !M. !MeCulley afternoon to drive his '
without working an undue hard- dleren.tchurches. !M. Kane, ;
ors Is to be made to thfe furnished the Telegraph with the Homes to speak in the ler, he said. Clerk W. I). Purdy, Banker brother, D. A. Hinter, and Deputy .

iture in 1929 and is to form ship upon the people and an expense following account of what his tur-' The assignment of An inquest was conducted and : W. llnnchny;. P. C. C.J; E. !M, Sheriff Thomas. to Jacksonville
be ,
illl for the shaping ot such upon the citizens of the var- nip "patch" earned for him duringthe speakers and churches will announced then a special session of the grand Cooper, 1'. C. C.; P. A. mien, P. where the Gllmera and Thomas
lion be necessary not He asserted that last few weeks. He later. the pair the sheriff "
as may ious counties. shipped and jury Indicted C. C.; 1(. I). ColHon, Auditor; W. were to catch a train for Warren ,
.) strengthen the system but the experience under the present the last of the greens some ten God Tie With You was sung Auditor J. I. Bur. Ohio. ,
J. Wlghtman. ;
o it In the forefront among law would serve as a basis for days ago, and stated that he found a closing prayer offered by Dr. C. said.Moore was declared to have lied kett Auditor; Cha A. Spur P. C. G. P. Clllmer wan brought to the ,.'. ). ',4. '

| .lies of the Union. amendments that would make it a ready market for the entire crop. IL. Matteson. from Union county but hU apprehension C. W .O r..loy&1Valcl1rnl1u; 0. O. city and taken to St. Luko's luwpl- / ,

problem Involved he said entirely acceptable to the people This field, planted alongside the Those present from the Memorial J. C. is near the sheriff said. Boll; Sentry<< ; I). W. McQualg, Adv. till itt the Marcus Conunt Company I

extension of educational op- and would at the same time con highway south of Lawtey, attracted Penney Foundation Whether the Bryan woman had L. i. L. Keffer. ambulance, which was summoned ,! .

Biitles to the children of our serve' our fish and game. a good deal ot attention as Community were: Uer. F. E. How any actual connection with the ; Aftr the Initiating work was to the scene His condition last .

Hchoolll and the. remote dts- Others planks of Dr. Hathway'a growing two acres of turnip greens .I ard of Malvern, da.; Revs. Jacob alleged poison plot, beyond being finished 85 hungry and thirsty night was reported as fair. The .i

|equal to those enjoyed In our platform deal with the drainage for shipping north is not a common Rurkhart, R. N. Buckner L n_.,._and. n. A.". In company with Moore .at the time. .Minnnnra......... .., worn.. nerved. HUndwIcheS, driver left the hospital after treat.. .. ['. .t.tnent. .
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and towns which for the of the Everglades protection of tight in Bradford county. His M. Barr, Evangelical; It was alleged to have been-given coffee cold drinks, Ice cream cake .

part are maintaining high the health of the citizens of our statement follows: Paxton and C. R. Bruce, Congregational remains", to be proved, the sheriff and The other Injured parties were m

rdH. Continuing, Dr. Hath- state his attitude toward labor Gross sales on 254 drums, 247 ; Rev. A. X. Strange, Unit- said. The Bryan woman has been The cigars was unanimous in Its placed: In an automobile of a pauRornby -

leclared he believed that his and capital, legislative programs hampers and 160 bunches, ((650 ed Presbyterian; Rav. K. S. Wolfe M., married to a man named Hunter, expression ramp of appreciation of the and taken to the Riverside '

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a period of a quarter of a enforcement. Express, commission and'tele- E. church South; Revs. who donated the cold drinks and eel by physicians after receiving kJ. .
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7 as a rural teacher, high Upon the question of agriculture grams, $598.00. Smith and C. C. Gould, Baptist; Lake Butler, March 24.-The assisted In other ways in making treatment but Weeks and Mrs. 'J ,

principal and county super- and agricultural pursuits Dr. Net account sales $910.00. I Revs. C. K. Matteson, Alex. Luther T.- death of M, L. Crews 'occurred this enjoyable affair a grand suc DUhlnger were admitted as pa- }I ,(

eut would enable him as Hathaway declared the belief that Seed, fertilizers. rums, hampers, } W. W. Sharp W E. Nocka. '! early Saturday morplng, March UentH.D. ,,

lor to render advice and as- the full development of this oppor- labor $310.00. C. Smoot, R. II. Robb. J. S. Lean ot, 17, at his home in Bradford coun cess.Several short talks were made A. Gllmer and Thomas were t 4' J { '

:'e to the committee on edu- tunity for the enhancement of Net profit, 60000. E. A. Pickoff and R. Harbutt church, ty. In the vicinity, of long bridge I after which Judge A. Z. Adklnu' brought her In an automobile drlV'I' I '

and the legislature in work- Florida's progress and* prosperityis Net profit per acre $300.00. the Methodist Episcopal ; east ot Lake Butler.! He was born addressed the sovereigns on fraternalIsm en by Deputy Sheriff! C. M. McLeod, I .

t his problem. one which rests upon every loyal Used 1200 pounds raw bone per Revs. C, W. Blake, B. F. Watson, in Bradford county in 1880, the and its. beneficial effects one of the Investigating Ulcer 8. ,
J.
''iirli-H Bond Kverclaesitlon man and woman of Florida and acre In October, and 1200 pounds C. W. Caldwell, E. W. Beeaon, son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews, citizenship and character. Others who Investigated the crash .

declared Dr. Hathaa that the people may expect In him Strawberry Special first ot Jan- Cowling W B. Witherspoon, A. H.Rennie Sr. He resided with bill family in The on visitors departed at a late were M. IS. Drane, chief deputy i

>, problem that has baffled as Governor the fullest measure uary. Planted 12 pounds of seed J. M. Dallas, W F. Laport Cody, I their home the 48 years of his life hour, after voicing their praises I of the Duval county road patrol; I,

len' since the dawn of civl11. of co-operation and encourage- January 10th. Used 200 pounds nitrate T. S. Arm .ntrout. and R. A. ladles, and consequently was a familiar of Starke, and the activities ot the County Road Patrolmen A. M. j S

\I. Every candidate who has ment In all 'constructive move- of soda February 10th. Began Presbyterians; while the Wat- clltlzen to his neighbors in the Bur- local camp. Stephens II. F.. Thomas, C.V.. !

I himself for legislative! of- ments toward this end. lIe expressed harvesting March Tth, and fin- present included Mesdames rounding community, who deeply .- Reynolds. m m'S

governor has declared to his confidence in cooperative ished March 22nd. Shipped to son, Matte on, Hunter. Smoot, regret the loss of a friend. The end .Ml til lirilT IN: AUTO VllKCK: "lM.\
Cannon and Pax- and MHH. ( .____<. ii.\II.I'.Y:
,
Cowling the family
ople that would reduce and pledged wholehearted Greene & Mllam and A. Fugazzl Strane, a shock to
he marketing __ .. h : "" ,-- came.as '''nau.. ,.. "AIIAe,1 .. ...-.. ,...",1... ...,, ----------- L. -
support Insofar as mo I I (.;;0., Atlanta '' ., uuu u raw iu ju. IU". friends, illS acuteby u. < ------ | Airs. u.'Y. jiruwu IK UUT* .1'

l ve given serious thought to powers of the Governor's office T. Sheftall & Co., Savannah, and HTHA\VliilHV- ; I ') l'NT4:': a supposed poisoning ending( In I and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wilmot Mrs. Ueorglana Bailey was born _______

liestlon as it affects Floridahas permitted.The Lrenshaw; Preddy Co.. Richmond, his death thre.e hours later. Brown of Tampa. Mrs. K. S. Matthews In Pierce county, Georgia, near ,/';'

( paragraph of pr. Va. Atlanta being much the best berries following brothers and sisters and daughter, Miss Florenceof nIack hear, about 85 years ago. Ir.'
occurred to me that one concluding Thirty thousand quarts of The she Florida along'with r _
his death: came to
of declares, "I left to mourn Starke, were Injured Monday
accomplishing the endS Hathaway's platform market. shipped during the are .
the record have been CuHon and Mrs. Rhoda when the car driven by Mrs. her<< mother, one sister and two } _
Rl I veto of Florida Jesse noon
would be to une the offer the people the average price Mrs. /
CO.MI'LKTK J six days, when she was quite a 't/lit _
of It MILKS ItO.ll UM past Butler, Mrs. Man-\ skidded on the wet brothers \
Lake
t u of years of ( W. Brown
pr 'nt the. imposing of my twenty-seven during that period being 3Bc a Howling t f _

'y, thai\ let or municipal tax continuous public service as my Eleven miles-, or about one-half, quart. Two cars rolled by freight ton Hayes of Moore of Miami Haven,, Mrs.!Mrs.\ road south of town The and overturnedIn had almost young She woman.married Mr. W. H. Bailey :: t" _ _
) and constructive Moore the ditch. party
lie people without their con- bond for' intelligent balance by express Gertrude ii'I
of state road 28 first of the week I and has spent !
ot the grading Starboard of Madison, Mf. completed the return trip at the age of forty _
i expressed at the ballot as governor. Starke platform. Dell .
performance the .
through Bradford county has been from Butler. Also spent the her remaining years In Bradford
Lake they
My Investigation has conme JANI: 1lUR4. E.-NKTTLJM- completed and ai soon as the grade Lawtey figures not available, but Jeff Crews children of Gertrude, 15, andForneY' week-end.from Tampa when, where the accident oc county She united In early life t ', ;_ _
that by far the major settled will be ready for sur shipments have been heavier from his two Missionary Baptist church f J.;
has survive with the
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f -- 10 of age, curred. A Jacksonville physicianwho _
years
correspond- ,
| taxes paid by the indlvi1 Mrs. Jane E. Nettles of Max- facing Is the report given out this that point. with prices was In the Crews short distance behind and was an active worker until t i' !. :

1 local, that la to say. coun- .u .U- _* .1.- .I_.a Tlont.. W.. ...nAv_ tiw_ tha___ MtAtA___ ena'lnfier_ In S him. Interment_ ... -..npftn n'. At. was a .. 010.6,1 t.. _.. "....lInln.... .. ,,........ 4 I !...!3
rule, wits ot iu <>.v -- "gg I n -- --- -- Inlr.T on aunaaj u>v Frtct and This is will probably cemetery
taxes.
city Confederate veteran and charge, Mr. George Harnsbergor.On ) e next ten day. funeral being In the ladles from the Aunt Georgia-nias everybodY' :
p us t rated by the fact that in Nettles a shipments of the 3 o'clock, the in removing I j
the work Is far advanced the heaviest fell and wrenched her
mother of 3. F. Nettles, prominent the balance see of H. L. Fowler local un wrecked car and gave first aid lat-, called her)
ounties of state local tax- contractor and builder ot Jacksonville and additional mileage will season. charge them to their homes.WEAThER hip in December, 1926, and has _
dertaker. er carrying _
flfty 4
mills while the state a- She was '
died In Maxvllle Tuesday eve be ready to turn over to the state Ulbt* ON UO"OI"Ji: :? JoU a a been an Invalid ever since.
p If Present Is' only seven and ning. Funeral services and Interment shortly. NOTICERegistration HErOItT: not entirely confined to her bed. .

mills. at Sapp cemetery,. Raiford I ot Green Cove until sh, bad a stroke of paralysis _
& Co.,
bouded indebtedness ins afternoon, two o'clock, COUNTY ,UGE'S COUnT P. Booth low bidders books will close In Weather report for week ending on the 14th of March and lingered t _

and special tax districts Thursday of DeWitt C. Jones, mortician Springs, were apparent the Jernigan the election districts at 5 o'clock, March 28, 1928, Southern For until the 20th when the Lord took; J j'
1 by investigation I In charge Nine of the ten negroes Impleat for completing 2nd. They will be Starke j
which Station rest.
of Starke. there being Monday April est Experiment her home to _
had> the lashing T. L. lateral road contract 3rd 7
given i
< ed in April
amounts to than J. F. Tuesday her departure
more four eons: estimate 9 a. m., Branch She leaves to mourn
""O.ooo) Surviving are last week plead guilty three bidders submitting an open G. Wall, _ _
Campbell Harold sister-in-
Preclp.
a urge part of Jacksonville, W. A. Nettles board of bond trustees at the office of Date Max. lIla three brothers one

(the people had no notice In Nettles Orange City. R. A. Nettles, before Judge Gardiner Tuesdayand to the Awarding of the con- supervisor of registration locatedIn Mar. 21 63 43 .00 I law, and a host of nieces, nephews _________
the candidate declared. Maxvllle were given Ones of $10 each. Tuesday. Bradford County Bank 72 38 .00 :
L. R. Nettles. ; until the regular the old Mar. 22 and friends. ;
<">es not Include the vast DeLand. Mrs. F. I. Manning, I The costs in each case ran the total tract was held over held building, corner of Thompson and Mar. 23 80 49 .00 L.I .

val) bonded Indebtedness, a one daughter, up $30 for each one of the defendants monthly meeting to be Call streets, until May lit, 1928. Mar. 24 83 52 .00 NKGRO: CIII/KCII IJfll.VS:

art of which was likewise Raiford. p as follows: Joe Williams, Tuesday The other two firms submitting HAROLD' C. WALL Mar. 25 77 58 .37 _
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upon the people without NEW:- ANNOUNCEMENTS: Bubby Clark. Charle Ellerson. Will bids were Hazen &; Grimesof Supervisor of Registration. Mar. 26 75 58 .51 The church on' state road 13 '

them an opportunity'to ex- )array, Jerry Parks, Taft Eller- Sarasota. and Roscoe Carson of S- Mar. 27 81 59 .66 south of Starke In the colored settlement '.
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l1em8elve.' at the pofla." be R. T. Osteen Is announcing hiscandidac1 son, Curtis Jackson Roy Gaines, Lake City. DROO KJon..UIIs.cn Mar. 28 47 .T burned to the ground last

in this issue for the office Vander Hill alIas "Bad Eye." L. Approximately 25 miles of lateral ...:. Friday night at an early lout, _ _

1'\*ws on Game'Laws' of county commissioner from C. Hobbs is still at large. roads are Included In this let-, Married at the office of the county Total rainfall __j. _____1.U With no means of fighting the .' _

''wnsslng: hU paragraph on district 4. The second announcement Owing to Illness of>> Judge Gardiner ting some In the different stagesof judge Tuesday March 27th, Mt. S flames, the building was quickly ,' __

[iiflcatlon. ot our game and I Is by A. B. Surrency. who I the balance of the cases set construction, as .abandoned .by w. M Brooker and and Miss. Edna Melbourne-Melbourne Poultry I destroyed with its furnishing ,, I

'8 Dr. Hathaway stated that I'seeks re-election as a member of for the regular March term were Jernlgan &; Son following their Imbacb, of Green Cove Spring Farms installing 12.000-egg In- How tha fire originated is not 5. j _

ID 3. until the April session failure to complete their contract. officiating. cubator. .
favor of conversation 'the school board, district No. continued Judge Gardiner known.fC .
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r Don Stilley, Lula Mae Crews Mae work. However, It is Friday night we hav ,
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-- -- ... ... --.--.--- -' .. seven points i from the first t BROOKER : C<1lt
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: .. -:- Mersereau, Bertie Mae Ward VIr- draw : Co plays from Ie"".

H; has beeu suggested that playIng i ginia Alvarez. Madge Mlddleton, game especially when it considered S Ml.. Lot. Oala. rooms and the gradunt,,,..Drt

Bradford High School l basball that afternoon might teacher. that the boys have had compar- C........................ : clses. We had uev.,.?, ,''lk""

have unfavorably affected some of Fourth grade-MarIe Carter, Itively little practice. A more complete Brooker, March 30.-Mr. Resale I Supt. H. B W'.ggim! !'I/lf/

the boys basket-balling Friday Grace Andrews Leslie Biggs; Von- < article concerning the baseball and Miss Avy Tlonlma and Bowling, anxl Prof m'( m( \10': '
Journal. Colson
[ night. That is quite probable, da Inman Lola Judd. Dorothy Bradford will be and Lois Gainey i {'I'tIMb.John'<(''Q, t

.. and we hope such will not have to Leavltt Ruby Leach, Lillian Stern- prospects of Odessa Crawford Mr. Lyon Crosby .,

-o happen hereafter. berg. Fannie Sllcox Dorothy furnished by McMillan, captain of 'were visitors to Starke SaturdayMr. I and Mrs. P. A, (>",, >",, I''f *

Editor-tn-Chlef WILLIAM DUNCAN l White, Elaine Wynn Leona Ward the outfit and published in our and Mrs. R. W. Brannen I married Miss Th im I u

: JOSEPH MALPAS The attendance to the game was Janle Woodard. Gussle Mae Bennett next Issue. s> the week-end here with her Greensboro Fla.. in'.1 ... "''Qa"8

Associate Editor disappointing. In fact, it was one and Mrs. Barney McRae scoring spent Oaln- Ing at Starke, the ,,',?,,, "'
: first blood, Mra. II. P. lx .
Waldo drew Mr. and "
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Editor .&- ELMER McMILLAN of the smallest crowds of the year teachers 1 errors in parents performed by Judgi:' i ," haL"
Sporta due to two

1 Joke Eldtor _.__ ___________________ JUNIOR McDONELL Just why is not known. craved Unless it Fifth grade-Helen Mersereau, In the the out first and Infields. In the fol- ey.Miss Pearl dalney and Everett Miss Johnson hu> i I", \ }

ir .. ... .--.- .- Is that our townsmen.... .. a Martha Powell Lula Redgrave I i....,!.?? iinif. fln unassisted. double VIn1W ia -- -- will WY tS --- --- -- weru -- --
they .u ,
-- ciamimey I trunk
change of seasons wen Alma Thornton, Kjita Williams very murii
twomenonbasethreat
: Jr.lIts( Titorxri'j MMOHS: poured against the Rats In the get It. Baseball Is here. Donald McRau, Tom Newell. play cut by short our boys.a Another double I Sunday.Crawford. and daughters I Crosby's home huh i}i., .1lb

TO \VI.V HlUroim t\OK: TITLK closest game of the tourney. Both Seventh grade-Mary Brownlee. McMillan to Klckllter Mrs. were visitorsto always, and hope p i< n" ",

% I i -- teams fought hard and the Juniors As was expected most ot the Grafton Cooper Bertha Dyal, Palmer nettled play Waldo's work in the 2nd Louise and Odessa Saturday after to ,be. We all WI'I'i icesuful ''<.nI
: Butler \
Five dolermlned boys representing crowd were for the Junlor8tohelln Williams\ Mary. Towle. Lake married lift.
barely managed to none out a final while two strikeouts and a popup ;I

the Junior duns of n. II. S. 14-10 win. The Seniors then met with. Hut during their Eighth grade-Elizabeth Towle did likewise to Bradford.In noon. Randolph, Crawford was a KUO.M. THK C'Of.M'Y -
seniors were
the Rltch Mr.
,,
EloIse
bT "nighi the serond annual tournament the Sophomores and turned the quarter spurt Daisy Tompklns the third after Waldo made Lake Butler Sunday eve- .UaXT's;
to ,,
getting unanimous support. Evelyn Stump, Ralph Cox, visitor nnlll
1 hlggosl walk-a-way. Opening the Hitch, Infield out, the Tornadoes I
1. to a clone last Friday night Jennie Maude three '
week the Huts met the Seniors : Clyde Morgan, one-all when with two ning.Mr. Galney Resale -
,
through the Senior next performed the Iron- Sll made It and Hrs. R. M. Mr. Mehrhof ext. "n
smashed aides Melba
Doth
as they winners 20-14 or Crosby Martha Grills, walked stole eec- LoIs ul\1\!
emerged
substitutions down Alvarez Allen Thomas man, from Oalneuv M, .
defense, taking a. stunt-there being no Etholin Colson,
J Quintet's better game than the man cox, Ida Mae Conner. scored on a Texas leaguerby B. CrosbY. be '
8 point and A.
an lack of ond and Mrs. Bradford County on h ,
j strong offense and beating/ the that On account of Beverly Cady, Victor two innings Galney, Mr. ''iB 11&/
this White
next
It won In the Oriel
Juniors gave. Lewis. Crosbyand
with
graduates at their own name j the Seniors could not have Elizabeth Mr. Hugh Butler 30th County \1<' I U'kr:
: t caused to believe that the men, Thomas, Ha Sponholtz Waldo scored 4 wedding '
many however. the
and shootingto which was no little all attended baker. lIe Is hen 'm '"
ot needeilit. Mrs. By- Fowler
that panning
ly If they Cleo Shepard by In 1II
I Williams, let-up -
Friday's
I Seniors would win game. runs, because of a slight Johnson and Mr. I of the poultry grow,.
Bradford high >us- Thelma
tlia of Miss md
: rapture then met the Soh po- handicap. num Perkins teacher. loose support.ltedgravee' Sunday i(;'
The Juniors and
The Hcore, McMillan some Crosby at Starke have any poultry pi "I..
ketball championship. Andrews, rq!>>
Guy Lyon (
for Ninth grade In ltdalnn'
used i the second team arrival at the bqx '
tha surprising and even dlnapl.i mores Needless to say every player Jr. Richard Long, / afternoon. sire any informalim,, ,''I(. '
and wound, 35-4 Louis Hill[ after a strikeout vTsltof
up
throe : greeted
A clooely qtiarteiM when the the 0th was Colson was a growing of poultrv
2fl! exhausted B.
: ( pointing Bcore. was was well-nigh Rachel Sllcox, Bill I ot Mr. G. '": 8elIRPDI
the Sex Muriel Sllcox, result .
almost as high a score as another run, a
contested, lialrllne win was expected made. Thin final whistle blew. That fact Indicates WaInwrIght, by to Starke Friday lust. I touch with the COllin; t,
had
: Inntead the victory was ior's first five one thing. It was a hard. Hayes Isabel an error and single. Misses Snellgrove and Louise have the specialist vttot! ,urp'j' ,
Joltto ; Tenth grade-LouIse back to
nerved as a severe right I
probably snapped Starke
wnl- -wuy for the Junior EdnaStansburg Starko members of the The service la younlag. ,",
near ,
a played game.Something Eva Marcotte Caraway 'bell,
beat
at Kaszynskl,
confidence, any McMillan
Senior E. I hefifFriday
for the Juniors, : tim make it 5-3 when ta'culty were vMfcltonf '. -
1
walk-a-way ,
near STliI schfiol
a Juniors and Seniors .Lester Sponholzt. oacrlfi '
r. and the result hardly rate both the :: (U IUO Strick out a roller stole 2nd, was I A colony of V'edalm
rerned, Edna I' p. m. I \ultr1
the last three IIUarlerl.1 had won every game and led, tied Eleventh grade- ...nri to third by Williams and -- -- a -n. nnwline. .. and; l.._ rn.lvl.I..l 1.. .
In doubt --- anti airs. a. -- u IUI LUI, UIiU ( V5tIs f.
for lead. The Hats came second. about thxSoniorJuniof land. \ Redgrave's timely onE Air. B.I JGI
a funny scored on Mr. II. 1 .
to and
contrary appearances Nettle, ed in the eltl'll.1lr"
However, -Lois Galney /; \It j
I daughter. I.
:
grad
and now Twelfth visitors
third. the
Sophomores the life 7th
The For In the Friday
of t the score, the Rame j I game. Mattie Norman bagger. were visitors here : Wynn this week b'
the /final game the standing, how the Gwendolyn Launt offerings to their Wiggins lit
: with ; figure out "Red's"
can't
was not a lop-sided one. All ten: I i of us, we found I night. agent.; These beetUural ,

: r men fought fiercely and played Is: Seniors were defeated so badly Jessie Williams.- liking, and with two successive Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell, control of the ..n i Ai"
ot the { Juniors, W. 3; L. 0. While we don't doubt the supemiirlty'of nl'. I{ doubles added another counter. '
han every moment game. It. II. H. visitors her Sunday. scale. The Vedullu ,1 m I W! '
Seniors ,V. 2; U 1. the Seniors the same time tossIng were
at
.i h goalfl for the l the Juniors over Carruth was basketball game :
c Each of the many was a terminate the seal' i iI I'
: There
1 winners. came after a thrilling play; I Freshmen. 1 ; L. 2. --that would be Irresponsible, Joe !M.-So you reanywaut me One ball laying the home boys Saturday night between the i I I I always keeps It und, II LI.II r
'V. 0 ; L. 3. that tht'hanips and it began to look here
Sophomores
: believe order
battle to shoot the ball thru we mill don't ? down In teams. The
and a to visit you and Brooker 'i, A balance of life 114 matulalotHI
could Starke
The'Juniors It wan hoped that a cup 13 points better than been terrIblylonesome ; walk-a-way for Waldo. However and the
: desperate Senior defender* are Glr1-Yes. I've like u won 20-19 tween the beetle and T thiI )
I If be awarded for the winning learn Something went died. the 8th. after Redgrave Starke boys I mlt-
played throughout as the graduates. since my goldfish In I I I when life scale begins; 1(,
11-11. umil\\
However/ the turnout to the final 29-6 score three of the enemythe girls
break a1 Instead of a killed off
/ thoy were attempting\ wrong. had and Mrs. Lewis Shriver were there Is a marked UK,'reuse In
to cover: to Mr. ,, ;
was not sufficient have been: know got down
game should Bradford' men
mutter how II final count Whlte-Do'n't you
;i tie. The Seniors, no the the \Mra. to Starke Friday. I|1 number ot beetles '<< ,tied
the feature visitors u
Just same hcd the
the The only, fu-nl
expense. least. ? and
battled at Literature visitor
: dim their hopes were about 25-20, anything about business Conerly was a serious scale ,
Grade itiur\
prevent
: of: honor stands The Juniors have it was this. In timfirst 'I've written to of the game as far as the local MIss
moments see
grimly and la the last way we can Rooks--Sure. Wednesday a. m. I I industr
B.H. Starke The poultry m liI
besketbnll five of Kick- to -
I
the champion offense for' concerned.
when It was 1m- quarter the Seniors companies fans were visitor: .
I toothpaste
I the last quarter all the at Mr. C. C. Matheny was a county is gradual! "rising, Qua
posslble for them to win, they F. S. (continued: to have hard luck, while liter got to lat on an error afternoon. i I I
the It. With one to Starke Friday few of the poultn and second.
I wept the Juniors oft their feet IlKill LIGHTS their defense collapsed short and stole "of Lake Butler:
4 A LOW I UO sweet Mr. Crawford I I increasing their yard lead. of a
rally that brought Juniors piled up that 13-2 So you're thinking down Williams rapped with wife
;? s with a fighting Carlyle- in. the week-end here flocks. Some new yards urtita
,. to Its feet. That was this time the Seniors confidence military man. For double and Klckllter pranced spent
the crowd The work of "Mac"\ McDonnell By becoming a next children. built and supplied In u modern
the and
; 4 the outHtandlng aide of the game, was one of the most nenxatlonii} was severely jolted, while how l long? Redgrave did likewise to second Mr E. L. Crosby of Jackson up-to-date) manner

that lop-nlded score. yet that hot of t the tournament. The little white I the Juniors strengthened by their: Elmer-For duration. loan: and as he pulled up at has been spending a few aBartowMunicipni- -

ly played, lighting- game by both I IBldeB. headed boy had never played much lead, were sure of a win. In the Qurlyle-But there Isn't any another man was In.. Alvarez Red: vllle here with daughter Mrs. liomally ( ,

i Here was a game when the basketball, before and his appear last halt, because of this the Juniors war on. slammed out a single and weeks and son, A. 13. opened.jRHEUMATISl.
i' i4 s than the stack two duration The rally was cut 1.; L. Eubanks -
play was more Important ] nnre: with the reserves against tbeSoph's continued to up Elmer-I know-I mean grave scored. tie i I I

score, as far as the sidelines wasconcerned. Wednesday wan his first pointers while as their hopes became of peace. short just two runs from a Crosby.Mra. and children of Graham '
much more! and dimmer the Seniors was nabbed at homeon Fogg \
There was real game' fly piling up :21 points dimmer when Alvarez visitors here Saturday
i1 noise between goals than during he earned the right to be Hughes played poorer Ulan ever, and KlckllterIgnorance Is bliss. Lewis' single and Raymond were I

t I last minute display\ ot fightIng If Ignorance Is bliss filed out. Waldo didn't have a afternoon. 'I Ican
gonlw. forward mate the one position In only a Redgrave- and daughter .While In France with ihi Am

4 jr Hut that last minute rally, the the Junior first live a bit spirit gave them power to show you're a laughing hyena. chance: In the ninth. However, the Mrs. Singletary ere visiting Mrs.'ewis i Army I obtained to1

: only time the Senior looked (111perlur 1 tain. And on the final game IIncer-1 what they could do. last two men and the lead-off otof of'Jacksonville here this week-end. [ French prescription tam die UK

4j I coma too late. The first bin; team winning the champion However, our object In this Miss Jackeon-The Russians i the Bradford lineup, met the Shriver of Starke was a ment of Rhemuatlsm anilN'euri.:

halt really settled! their fate. In shIp, "Mac" not only pluyed the week's Gas Is not to settle this may never be recognized. 'same fate, at the' hands of Wels- Sheriff Epperson Thursday last. .1 I have given this to 'boonmith

the flrnt
ir t :.. gave the Juniors a four-point( lead man with a total of ten. results ot an even harder task shave. The melee the first of the year We are all ot sorry Mrs. O. Vi,". Thomas scrlptlon cost me nothing II

; and confidence, In their offense editorial staffs selections: for practice game, and will severe Illness mall Uyou
a. Hi) playvd coolly,, kept Ma place, I the only will soon recover. nothing for It. I will
that made them shift from a slow took his time and made most othl an; all class squad-10 men picked Other Miss Jackson-Give me a not officially\ go down III the record and hope she closed here last Friday will send me your adilrca. .

., and In the second those competing In the tour. boycott in it. If any. The school
to taut game S tries good. A ptart!! like that from sentence with books, Last weekthe
: 'l j quarter, as the Senior defendersfell I Indicates a great future ney as the best players.! Without Bill. H.-The farmer didn't cntch a crowd of night, March 23.went separate postal will bring It. Writ W.

down on the Job, piled up 91 further ado here they are: hla son'until the boycott on a wire Saturday night quite followers school rooms went on picnics i Paul Case, Dope. F-32;: Brotku"
basketball of them
Meanwhile the Seniors Forwards, E. Mcmlllan Bradford and most all
point. 'i Joe Thomas has earned a name :First team.
fence. witness grade. I 1\1(1)111.
Brooker to ninth
working on an offense had fl I McMillan; center journeyed to except the
also this toourne as being the best referee arid a '
would call, I and Cox. KUiHTH < n.\Jm lUCroKT< meeting between the girls' and Wednesday. nlghO: the primary
4 d1 what everyone present | to do"his stun on the local Canova; guards Dtnklns ; a school and small plays, 1
Drooker
hard luck-great gobs of It. In I j I court. Any referee who can call Second team. Forwards, McDon- I boys' teams of B. II. S. rooms gave several all who
ot to
bought a Interest To Cure
has composed of a
made seven Club" teams was
Rltch which
; this period tile Seniors | eleven personal, fouls without akick ell and Futch ; center ; The "Bird two
at tha goal-Just ono lens and Malpas. set of Shakespeare'sworks. udents. Two exciting games were attend d.
1ti1n trials I from any one, such as hap guards D. Moore complete
of the book Is very attract The Bradford boys nos- night we had a negro Cold inOneDay
than the Juniors. Four I lent'11'rlilay\ must be good. Honorable mention: Forwards This played. Thursday .
trlnn. went t through the ( L n nnit .. ._ .._.t ., ..-.,.MI.. >h, beauty to our ....* ..--.e. ? f00t Hkruirele.. : 20-19. The _i-,.....i ??,! pnntiv Belling. The
? n. Moore u..uColson. UUUCT h IM UIL a .an- ---- Vi aAt- ------ -
Jufllr' '
!t' :1. 'f; # > Senior's fell] --- Hughes; guarua tlibrary. battled to a 11-11 deadlock LLmoney which was collected that I
: 10-:;;;. None ot the : Caniiva. contributed by far the girls former

j. I i' right, yet not one could be l'on-I I bout game as jumping center we This was no soft job even with OnIon! day morning Elizabeth talk In their aetto. Guy farrell\received a night went to help pay for lights
Bradford
... : % aidernd a poor nhot. It hardly j I I have seen since his arrival No less three of us sharing the labor El': Towle gave a very Travel Interesting," beginning student of when playing .'.. -___U 'II ..p-... .. ,,: .-.

,fr. r Deemed pnxnlblo, Hint the score ,; than 12 to 20 of the :21) toss np's mer McMillan for his ,great; leadership on "The Ways of times and a broken collar bone Take

could bo 13-2 In favor of the Jun at center went to junior players.. of the second place team with Revolutionary 1 with Brooker.

't 'p r' lora, but It was. I Hitch his opponent was not him Canova and hlssuperlor jumpingover extending up to the present. Morgan 1 Positively the S last chance to seea Say it with Flowers Laxative
Clyde
...:. ,t .- 1L From then on the scene was different self. Neither was any other Senior. all other centers, and Dlnkius On Tuesday morning Wreck of the Hesperus basketball game this year comes Flowers For All

1:11: : t, not Unit the action slowed with extraordinary fast footwork ; read "The Longfellow. this Friday night, when the Bradford BromQ

) :Y.f ? down; rather It seemed to speed\ in all games, readily found ," by Henry W.. Alumni meet the Junior Five Occasions

i.j,.. .. ., r up. But the difference was that* Canova also takes the honor of place on the first team. However, \v.\u)() IIHKUATM: : n. n. H.IV the champion qulntelt of Brad- Quinine

t ,:' the Seniors were lighting as If to turning ln""tho: prettiest shot a I the remaining forward! and guard YKAH'S; FIRST IlAMi (1AMKThe : ford. This game should be worth
'
$ ,)keep from belti,* licked. The Juniors high arching try from center that i'positions proved more difficult to seeIng Besides the crackerjack 3rd Gertrude GodbeyAnderson

II were fighting to win. Steadily I I slipped through the net without a All For forwards, we finally placed diamond aggregation of team such old favorites as

and surely the Juniors piled UP rut1e.lIotller! extraorlnary shot Glenn McMillan In preference) paid a visit to the year Thomas Gerald 1\lIddlaton, Tha tonic and laxative -< High
7 Joe Tbl&U
Yt their lead.-.-eight more points, the 'I I was landed by Moore. In the 3rd I to McDonnell the high point man city Waldo park Friday; and gained helr Harold Wall Bill Epperson': and I Laxative will fortify BBOMO the system QUININE. aF'"J2! ,|

.J l.ii1; third quarter. Cajiova. was getting '1 j I quarter-/ Quick over-heard shot of the championship team, because nrlllt v'ftory' over Bradford in tWQ. others will be seen In action. A Phone S3 Waldo, Fla. Influenza and other serious "

.. the tip off three-fourths of the '. from the sIde, which by the way Jid :Siiyed: on more game than score of 7-5. good crowd Is expected leg from a Cold. Price 30c
hughes were car hardest shot to 'make".\ on his work was con- )'earM,'by a The box bears this signstUProven !
t.l: time! Moore.and .Is the ] McDonnell and Waldo boys got off to an --.-- 1 -,

7'iIh' e rying the ball up-court again and the court. "'stently Rood; \ In all three games: Th lead piling Up I B) runs in the "The Oyspy- Rover," the operetta G. l'Ir

again and McDonell was shtolng 'I ---- I Cox. D. Moore and Malpas each early five innings to the home team was to have been presentedthis i

p ,, '? t ; .. goal. Cox and Canova. were ont Moore was anotb-, boy who had .a good chance to make the first McMillan started on, the month l by the Glee Club has I Merit since 188

hand to Intercept at least one-half t'ilnei' In his best game of the other guard; ( post Moore playedan one.mound for the locals and kept the beei\ postponed until commencement .

: .. of the Senior passes A JunIor I Rcaso.il. 1t was he that broke upI excellent game In defeating the fairly well In check, especially week. mNiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniimmiiiiiiiiiiiii.! ; ; ; ;

machln n heretofore unknown I more> enemy plays than anyone. Seniors, as did Cox. Cox and Mal visitors\ In the second and third students a have keenly felt LAND

I: thing, wan Joinu 1\1\ Mult. The i Ills work In the 3rd quarter was ))11S were steadier guards than Innings. After him came POsterRedgrave The absence of Miss Florence :Matthews &
their the
scorn as the whlutU, Mew was 21* however and played his debut with :Mat-
f Ys.' good. Moore. making faculty. Miss TRVVYINGSubdhiding
:; | very __ U,___ ) r.n"_ was the outPOBIUUIIO ....'.-. ,.,Arrtoretl... _. of the "" ST .

'iI, t 'm1il! \: 2' TU4 last quarter opened with I I IP !' The Juniors-were working under guard UULtU.standing in.n each, game his he the an attractive Tornadoes.exhibition lie w.'U of -ball-- thews automobile received accident Injuries Monday from and uu |, I - Drain'

!' Vhe winners\ adding three more handicaps, Canova was up and out played save when Moore gave ,, holding (he visitors to two necessaryfor her to( re- : ,
,
; and It began to'' of bed the same day of the game work FrIday. so we finally loaning Intnrnga; he pitched. It; was '
goals In a row, great In the tour her classes & few days. Systems
i all over. Suddenly II lifter two-day lay-up from an attack to this man. runs held down the main from age
: look as If It was a gave it Carruth took charge of
"Red" Bowling
? S. S. WorkH.
\Mrs.
Gerald their positions
i the Seniors woke up theE of ptomaine poison. Futch and Hitch In for the vIsitors. until Accurate
t\\ I: post
_ .,11; II : outfit that defeated the rats :21-16,1.II Cox was suffering from a stiff fall easily In the following pitching ninth Inning when be was her classes. S Winter's Colds

that flushed, the Sophomores 6<,}-' knee poisoned by cactus scratches. rating. \Ve hate to give hughes the unfit for further exertion ........................4 E. Lagergren

!I S ;-li I 5, end almost to a man the same '' Only belabored treatment the ''a position no higher than honorable deemed to an unpleasant ordeal subjected and ChillsThrow Starke Fla.COFFINS .

t- t', five that have upheld the purple night: before enabled Gerald toplay mention, but In giving four due him In the eIghth. the : THERESSAMU : ,

1 1 and gold Tornadoes got Into netlon -| at all. As It wan he stood others forwards their deserved ratIng to three run rally nah,. Clovenrttlr, Cor. + Heavy Burdenson jl"'m" ,
't ,1- In the Juniors otherwise. II. form of an exciting the Kidneys. "'! ; '''''''", ;;,;n L _
led by McMillan who was a looming strong-hold we could not do performed by the Tornadoes. ...***.*+**.**.*+.A4>***.
[ literally keeping pace with the ', defense. Moore played well for the Rats as that, however, ho pitchedan Theressa March 3D.( -Our community COLDS put extra burdens on our i

t, \ ifl ball whereever it went. the losers and Colson was the outstanding Before excellent brand of ball, allowing was saddened last week by When the kidneys glow & CASE

'I. crashed through; the winners and :, McMillan's speed In the la..tI I player for the Sophs. In the seven Innings the death 6t a dear old friend, Mrs. up. impurities remain in the blood ofUndertakers'
I f out and .. but two runs and are to make tired and Un
apt one
straightened Full
It
Christian
moment later they relieved sod a
\ A quarter WeUner thorough
i shot a ,goal; Mary Holder a
I Ii Rt1t1First for the losers. achy with headaches, dizziness and
had another. McDonell added an I\1 timed, might have set a record. hONOR him in the ninth, and set and a member of the Hope often nagging backache. A common SuPPAUTOMOBILE
where
one tor the Juniors j He seemed to pop up every home boys for years. She
f.. unexpected his class A.-MargeretAlbertson : three desperate Baptist church many warning u Icantyor burn in g(ecretions.
1 but again the Seniors took the ball all at once. The boy making grade, Edwards Clara down i was beloved by all who knew her. Doa,,'. Pills, a stimulant diuretic iIEA1w57. %
Bradford order.
; taking It through,; fort i lust appearance on the Era In was more family to mourn increase the
and were I' Lillian \Mosley fair-sized crowd She left a large secretion of the kidneys
probably another goal, when the court was trying hard. "Mac's"I Flume Gloria Johns The with the prospect) her death. and aid in the elimination of waite ." ..-<.. _n.1 Jlp.uI
nut work will not be forgotten. -, Mellle Sllcox Louise Sullivan than pleased Are .. th. !.-".. prt ..
final whistle was blown. .It. \ the locals' play.An Among those attending to business impurities. endorsed by user .. .. ..1." ..;
I by
t_) The same goes for Futch, RltchI Leon Leach. Edward Raymond OH_ suggested everywhere. Ask retgFmyIDOAN'S t.ntl &)l8&.a-
; was too late. I I Mrs. number of errors, In Starke the past week were your REGISTERED

_4i : There were hardly ny feature i I. and Malpas. Vernon' Silcox. ., George- Sllcox. -- unpleasant- .- .j -- fact that the : w! .a,. sihiAv, and wife. L. L. Young- I d -- --- r-. .TONES
mae rue 44' t; --

: tfl? ell Individual was high performances, point man, with Mcflon-10 Raymond, -an eighth-grader! ; Herbert grade Hitch A teacner.First D & E-Marian Tornado fallen to: material has an unusual both afield amount and I lace blood and, J'-G.wife Williams Mrs. P.W.M.T.(wal-I PIs1 I o UF;Wn-L.STARKE. rLAr"WUW"IIIIWIIIWIIIII'IIIIIIIIJ"IIIII1U1"U' -

I Bare- ,
at guard Dowllng. Juanita I of good
I
fighting game Helen
points. However, shooting was layed a and pitching staff seemsto and Mr. Calvin Hall. i IA STIMULANT DIURETIC ..IP.KIDNEYSIF'MiIbvrn B
i divided among all except Cox who ,or the losers. He shows signs of toot Dosla Smith, Helen Conger at bat. The with McMil Mrs. C. A. Youngblood spent a'' ( ... Co. MfgCtwm.Buffalo.MY.
( Dorothy dependable
Judd
valuable man next year.A Ricks Mary Jane be very
(* contributed a great game as safety clog a Jesse reputation Is well dayor* two of last week visitingher --

,wri guard. Hughes added 7 and Moore I Crews Mary Harriet Bishop, lan whose Bradford circles and daughter, Mrs. H. E. Moorer --
j worked out McKay Johnson. In /
halved twelve nice Idea was A. Z. Adklna Jr., known lllllUuIIIIIIIWII..ollWlIW"UIIIIIIUIWlllUIII/IoI'
lv and Canova up all appearances ) Hall. i i "IIU''IWIiIIWWllllUlWIllIlUlIIIIUIII''lII! ''' ''
t fr9m In Putnam
who
more. \Moore's scrappy play was a twice In the third quarter Mc- E. D. Starling. Redgrave Helberger of Jack
moundsman.
I1i Louise
free try, mIssedIt. Band C and Second B.- la a valuable Miss HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE
4' : big factor In the Junior's success, Donell having a First Nolan CanovaIs spent the week end with .
ty that sonville
and tossed It Jane Flncher. have It
recovered Strickland. Rumors
# and Hughes passwork but Doris
UI and Canova The R. C. Helberger
Capt.
prospect. father
i did much.! For the losers Futch back In. A little later Moore had Edwin Green Ida Mae Andrews another likely sucker her
.vJT 2 I and and missed It. Ca- Lewis Thomas Memereau. work of McDonnel first ot Keystone Heights.
: chance
4tt dropped( 3 points \McMillan I a free Thomas and Klckllter, a.McMl11an' The stork paid a visit to the
; fti1u Hitch the other one. Every man nova got It and rang a goal. Two FrederIka Struth. Raymond short was oatI and Mrs. B. T. Trlest
mate of Mr.
bettoJEkhan one, come to Beulah Brown : battery home BTARICB, FLORIDA
fought hard and none points Is Second grade -
A of them con-I Friday. The the proud parents of
y tributed what could be think about It. Bessie Varnes. Clarice GUI BeatrIce -:I standing In the nOeld and they are the ncttt companle&
k to Both mother and RepretuMiU Leading
I II chance Insurance
; I Mosely Ella Mae. Manning, outfield has had little twin daughters. ; LLkDYADPl nt

poor game.' nnmenXnj whole'wai ''Iuh gave one.1 ({I( crlJ.pPi' :-. I[ rMces.J..ee Ceek! Loreae Shaw I display anything noticeable good i babies are doing well. FIRE. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND.
The I '
'l (l' : isi. Tti' itarwttssby 1 I peW'trm' ,'.G i 1t (6 G 1T .'..- Wrm- Mae ThOrI .O' JoJ&>>*Ve, -tJt .trIa'; ... 1" .7. l.KlJi&woiii8!! '..'tAT' !XJ M'rn'j!, -1:1_ r2d7 bunt Invited'CB Ap.t1'JteJlc1 Vi'i 1; 1mE at T1J PROMPT!.*

of the ball Ethel Griffin teacher. the 8t1ck! aster egg
branding the Sophomore's 20- sides his way getting Starling. game .
.. ; ftt' the Tornadoes Baptist church grounds. .._ 11II '_II1IIII1I1Um'IIIItIl"WI' 1I1IIIW'.III1II11111:1Dftl1ll11! :
Hope
; 2s; the next game the ,Juniors ap- up to the scoring cone .be tackedon Third grade-A, W. Anderson. uncertain factor IB
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Copyright 1927, by Hojlr,Jr. *l

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the- ARTICLE No. 22 cv:1'' ,

TallahasseeCommissioner J. more skeletons, bringing total :
state department to 33, was the feature development 1 Every once In while you come across a hand that illustrates many a good ,
iRoyall of the In the excavations point and the follow ig Is one of the bust: t
being made
on
: tf'WUY
and fresh water fish, will b
Ignmi Friday for Tam- the Gus Mathesou property at Rlv- He.uts-A, K, 7,2
ve r-aiialiassee of ercrest Saturday but further workis Clubs-Q, J, 10, 7
tot,i ne first of a series gain to be halted until another strenuous Diamond*-Q, 10,4 9' t.

ings ,ii t Boy Scouts of the state, effort Is made to get an authority Spades- K, Q} & ? &&) ,
la movement to further Interest: from the Smithsonian Institution Heart*-Q,-J, 10 Hearts-9, 6,4$ / .
ervatlon of ,Florida' wild life. I Clubs-A, 6 1 Y : Clubs5,4,2DiamondsA,9,6,2 .
., at Washington here In an I A B : D nonJa-J,5,3
I : effort to determine origin of the Spade*-J. 10. 9 t ,Z : Sp.idca-7.6.4l:
coniionol -
TallahasseeEightythree ancient bones. Some dark .
mystery SO UJlIlECIIAIJG&iD ;
Mt\NYAS1\\1100i.DRS
eight ccmmutarins -
pardons may be associated with the finding Hearts-8,5, 3
)1 t sentences, one parcle and of the bones as they were Clubs-K, 9,8, iDiamonds.
number of restorations to e clti- .- K, 7
thrown almost
seemingly helter
and bond estreatures were Spades-A, 8, 5, 3
ji,hip skelter into one large grave without
unted. to state and county prises regard for order, with the exception :I No score, rubber game. Z dealt and_bid' with this. hand will gh'e partner the TO GD-D STEIRJ D L
Board of Parns
by at Its recent semi-annual Begin ,the skeletons are found in huddled i double. A's double is rather doubtful him to overbid if the opponents start
a
here I but he has a fair all around hand bidding. If they don't bid, he may pass
position as if their legs had : and help in every suit. Y redoubled. the no-trump' and not bid a suit that .

_Shipments of fingerling! been under them when they were This redouble by Y should be carefully may score game. Don't bid no-trump WE STATE it na
Ocala deposited in the grave.* noted. lie also has a big no-trump, so on hands that, are as weak as this, lor :
from the '
received belief that
Ii will be that when his partner bids one no-, to do so generally causes: trouble. I II our honest 1'

tcberles of the state and placed Inverness-Caught in a suction trump and A doubles, Y knows that B partner has a strong hand he will bid the tobaccos used in
Marlon county lakes for the trains must have a very weak hand and that anyhow. .
created by two passing a
of restocking waters, ac- Y-Z probably can deleat any bid B Chesterfiehl eignreltcs
rpose man was killed and four persons make. Answer to Problem No. 21
Senar
statement from may '
rcllns T to Gary a who has assisted were Injured at the Atlantic CoastLine B's only four-card suit is spades, so Hearts- K, Q, 10,4 lire of finer quality V
\ '
r station Thursday. All were he is forced to bid two'spades. A redouble Clubs-9 hotter I''I
this possible. mitt hence of
making thrown to the ground when a does not release a player from Diamond-e) i

cooked to freight train said to have been bidding when his partner has made an Spades-: Q, J, 10( 9,8, 6 taste than in any 1 a,, .
Pork-Literally informatory double. Please note that.Z .
nth Avon when he fell Into a pot of traveling at a rapid, rate, passed now doubled two spades and all 1 I Y"t"ti other cigarette tit the -... .

water, 6-year-old Leroy J.wis. the Pinellas special. Just arriving passed. A might have bid three! diamonds AD : J ,
wllng at the station: P. C. Horton, 68, but probably felt that this bid Z price.
of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. : : /
son here died late Satur- was thrown unde, ..Ule wheels of also would be doubled and be ).ust one LlGCSrrt9lrkns Tonae.oCu. 15 I'JFr
win near the freight train and was killed In I more trick to make. rubber game
No Z dealt and
reported here today. score, ,
It was Z had the lead and decided
/ Mrs. openh( ?
The Injured were f
stantly. passed. A bill one club, Y bid' four
into the pot in which lead the of His '
fell to diamonds.
boy king
ie and partner's I
Horton, cuts about the body spades and B bid five clubs.Z doubled.
thes were ueing boiled, and was rib redouble indicated high cards, so A passed Y bid five and B bid
broken ,
face; Mrs. Leroy Doux, spades
that the lead of the bold
shoulders king was a
from
burned
| badly six i clubs. Z doubled. If alt passed what
R. II. Robinson, of Brooksvllle, trick in Y's hand and
J he died without re- try to set up a Y f
knees that should Y lead? should lead his kingof +
and Mrs. Robinson also Z the
bruises chance
cuts and to give a to trump '
vering consciousness. hearts. Any other lead is very risky. and what's more 0ylb SI
serious cuts and bruises. 1 Leroy third round of. diamonds. B won the
The lead of the singleton diamond is ,
relative of the dead man, escaped trick in A's hand with t he ace',and then if %' ro'
too dangerous, for Ahold the ace S' ; m
million dol- THEY'RE MILD y
..'allahasHee-Over a saved led the ace and a small club, hoping to
and probably they be able to off and
ru n
Injury, may trumps i
'in gasoline I tax be able small club in A's
| taken on to trump a
i9 was in Florida during I the the life of his wife and motherinlaw hand. Y, however, who won'"he second, discard their losing spades or hearts. and yet THEY SATISFY! i'r + 1 1r
Elections The spade lead is bad for the
Mrs. Roux, he said, was drawn club trick led the same
was too smart 1 a I
of February, Comptrollernest Either A or B probably !is void
unth train reason. f'erN '
thefreight and of fol
and all
under wheels on king queen spades -
colalons and will
announced. The of spades probably the
Amos trump
her lowed. lie led first the of
made on 20,596,503 gal- but he dragged her and pulled then queen first lead. The best chance for makinga ;
diamonds and then his last diamond
out. quick trick is to lead the king of j
.
ins, amounted to $1.029,825,15. e which Z trumped. Z then led the ace of hearts. -------- -- -

ha, revenue la being divided bye AVAHIII.OTONKWH LKTTKH: spades.This lead exhausted A's spades ....NN..N..... ..........N........t Mrs. J, C, demons. r
comptroller and placed In t tate the so that Y-Z now made the king of clubs Answer to Problem No. 25 Miss Emily: Roberts of Lacoo- ,

treasury to the credit of the Congressman R. A. Green of the and four the hundred ace king;;: of hearts It setting A-B i : HAMPTON : t HIGHLAND ;: shoe was visiting her ulster, Mrs.

flowing! : County roads, $205- Second Florida district Monday hand, both in points.bidding is and a very play pretty; and CT: :: MI.. Ada Nlmnut, Cor. *. MI.. M. 10. IU"... Cor. *. Sybol Supp Saturday and Sunday. J 3 ',t

3.03, state roads, $617,895.09 ; held a conference1 with lion. W. should be closely studied. Don't make : AZ'1 : : .....................: ......+................. Mr. and 'Mrs. George Thomasof ::1
bile free school fund $13 ,- M. Stuart, Director of the Bureauof doubtful informatory doubles and don't Lacrosse, were visiting friends
.0,02, and permanent building Census, and urged that the 1930 hesitate to redouble if you hold a big rts-Q.J,9,8S,2 Hampton, March 30.- -Rev. and Highland, March 30L. C. Al and relatives here Sunday. t '

nd, 168,655.01. agricultural census be made to i include no-trump and your partner's one bid Clubs-8, 3 Mrs. Taylor were visiting In Green, mony of Jacksonville was a business Miss\ Mildred Norman spent Saturday I ,

.. all crops commercially grown I as has these been that doubled.the big It penalties is on hands are made such,, Spades Diamonds-none-A, K, J, 9,7 Cove Springs last Saturday and visitor hero Thursday. night with her cousin, Mlsa ni

Tallahassee-A county or state in Florida. so be on the lookout for similar' chances. Sunday. R. F;. Nolan was a business visitor Melba I Cleo 11I0 liS. d
Ice and a city office or two city Judge Green pointed out that I No score; A-B a game !n. What should Miss Free Wynn left last Saturday #
Ices may be held by any one per, the 1925 federal agricultural enumeration Answer to Problem No. 23s das dealer bid with the foregoing hand? for Miami, where she will I be to Jacksonville Thursday and The annual meeting of the Florida

without a violation of the ]law, failed to Include num'l Z e should bid one heart and then, if the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Theodore iiKalu Friday, ProuH Association will be heldIn 1 tt'

itorney! General Fred II. Davis bers of agricultural crops : Y : overbid,- show the diamonds. With a Clemmons. O. M Click of Jacksonville, was Luke Worth April 26-28. An In. t

u advised an opinion renderedre are extensively and luratlvely i i An' t freak hand of this type,a player should \Mrs. I. J. Priest Is spending thin transacting! buslneMH. here Friday, teroHtlng program In being ar.

The opinion, given to a city grown In Florida. Among,; these :I ,s Z ;, his bid partner his longer a correct suit first picture and of thus his hand.give week with her sons, Emery und, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmborly ranged }

ix collector of Florida, was based, I are celery, eggplants, peppers, itearts-K, Q 7 To bid diamonds first and then hearts Herbert Priest of Oreen Cove and Minn Freddy Wlmberly qf When serving refreshments on y,

r. Davis. said, upon a decision of guavas, avocados, okra, pears and Clubs-K, J, 8" 4 makes one's partner guess,and guessing Springs.Mrs. llnldwln arrived Sunday for a curd table blotting ,
usa paper
ia state supreme court holding various other agricultural and Diamonds I, 7, 6, 2 usually is wrong. To prevent mistakes V. A. Scott of Starke was week's visit with her parents, Mr. a :
nt a person' may lawfully hold horticultural products He suggested Spades K, J and make it easfor one's partner, bid the guest of her brother, L. J. and Mrs.! H. C Wlm berly. under the cloth. Thin absorbs any t l

10 office of town marshal and tax that If the census bureau No score, first game. What should Z as the longer suit first and thus, tell him Wynn last Monday. C. M, flrlins was a visitor to liquid which may bo spilled and i'
dealer bid with the hand? Z the facts in the the cloth from being ,
foregoing early bidding. He is protects
Kd I' vat t have a
products re
office, all Mrs.
!Hector. or any other city could not enumerate should lie fine all in much better Mr.\ and Lawtey Saturday, .'
pass. /has a < ;curd then a position to arriveat March stained by the colored table top as ?
well hold a state or county the existing law, then that new daughter, who arrived Mrs. H. II. llennett of Juck on- "
i as under hand that will support most any bid the best !bid r>f the combined handsof well as the top Itself. ,
Ire without any legifl.,; conflict. the department should sanction an his partner may make." To bid no-trump : himself and his partner. the 24th. vllle Is visiting Mrs. J. A, Starlingfor e t

amendment to 11. R. 393 which Is Mrs. W O. Bennett loft lust a few days. Fourteen; clubs In the western 1 l '

Tallahassee--Prospects brldghtr now before the House Census com Second Florida District appearedVednegday days. In the tests which have Sunday evening for Winter Haven, Mr. and Mrs. N T. Green of part of HlllsborouBh county won f
I
> a continued Increase In the to- Judge Green stated that \ before a joint meetIng been made, the glaze was not Injured where she will be the guest of Starke, visited relative here Sunday 1 $293 In prizes at the South Flort ? ,1

.UTO production of North and a full enumeration of all products of the building committees of at least to any noticeable friends for several weeks. Ida Fair this year. The prizes were

urth Central Florida, reports I toe I Is made by the Florida Department extent, except .on lusterware. ItIs W. K. McCormick of Mlo, Mich. Miss Maggie Crews visited her for canning, fancy work, paintings

Bureau of Immigration, State of[ Agriculture and that it is very the Post Office and Treasury Department t, of 'course, highly desirable to lean( who has been looking after brother, R. L. Crews and family at old coin collections, and a variety I

.'parlment'of' Agriculture, Indite Important that the Federal Government officials He argued at select houoeholld articles which his real estate In Florida, spent the Starke Thursday aud Friday of other things, says Mrs. Mary S. a 3, t ,

The probable acreage pro- should make its census : length Lake City's and Perry's I will not be affected In this man- winter months here, and returnedto n.'II. Shaw was a visitor to Law- Allen, home demonstration. agent.

notion was sent to the bureau report Just as comprehensive, and 'merits for federal buildings.In ner. However, It frequently happens his home last Sunday. ley Sunday. .

om Suwannee, Alachua, Oil- further stated that if the Department the course of his argumenthe that a dish which Is highly Mrs. Pringle and daughters, R, Marshall of Jacksonville, wasH Farmers In ilernaudo, county ta l r. ,1

rist, Bradford, Colombia and 'did not seek amendment of pointed out that Florida last prized as an heirloom would be Misses Josephine and Leona, of business visitor here Monday have practiced seed treatment to a

aylor counties. The county agents I H. R. 393 that ho would offer the year contributed far over $46,000- greately improved in appearance Green Cove Springs, were visitors Sheriff l 10.!: Weeks of Green Cove before

nt In the reports. In Suwannee amendment. The Department 000 In the way of federal taxes tothe If such stains were removed. here last Saturday. They were Springs was a visitor here Tues- ,

"inly, it was stated, there will I promised prompt consideration ofthe Government, and If apportion formerly residents of our town and gan. The local newspapers have ,
advise OIUJ.S; : riin: : IMIOKTANTFOH here who are day.J with him In putting on ,
acres will later friends business co-operuted
approximately 1,800 matter and ed I among the four Congressional POULTRY HUCCKHH;: have many Wlmberly: made a l+
own, or about a 20 percent in- Judge Green. Districts of Florida that the Secnnl 1'OUl.TUYM.VN always glad to see them trip to Lawtey Saturday. a campaign for this work. } 'y

rease over the 1927 acreage. Ala- He stated that Florida's State District paid more than II1500,000 ,- DECLAHEB Mrs. Bharehousn: of Hawthorne, Mrs. W M. Wimberly and Mis 22 Milieu of fire protective t {

ua/ also stated that a considerate agricultural enumeration was to the federal treasuryand Gainesville,-Fla.-The Importance has recently been the guest of her Beth Wimberly and Miss Freddy, KtiurdH will bo constructed In the 1 'p

area had been planted across thoroughly and accurately compiled that he believed it was equity of green feed for poultry cannot sister, Mrs. L. 0. Johns.of Starke, Wlmberly motored to Starke Monday )HvergladeH for keeping damage

ia line In Ollchrlst and Bradford by Florida's Commissioner for the Departments to allot federal be overemphasized states N. N. D. Hull, postmaster this from fire In Miami district at minimum i
Nathan Mayo, Lake business here .
Hon. for at least transacting
unties. buildings
I of Agriculture favored a full Florida, which are R. Mehrhof, extension poultryman was ........................ this seuHon.Chill ;
and that Mr. Mayo City and Perry, of the University of Florida, in a week. .
[TallahasseeOnce single always enumeration by the Federal De the two largest cities in the Second message to the poultry growers of Miss Reba Maxwell entertainedthe .t IIKIMUIONN SPRINGS yGrove's

ogle! In go far as the registration partment. Congressional District whichdo the state. Green feed furnishes young ladles sowing reception club last Mix Pearl Norman .. \

oks of Florida are concerned.Genii -R. A. Green of the not federal buildings.that while vitamins, minerals, bulk and pa- Friday evening.pleasant The one and Ire ......................... I ,
'Jill Is the view of Attorney Congressman Judge Green stated latablllty to the ration for poultry, was a very ,
Fred II. Davis who is adIn Second Florida District Fridayagain ofthe the oUIclals did not make a de it Is explained.At tea, and pimento sandwiches was Hellbronn Springs, March 30. Tasteless! \ ,
the Secretary relative to buildings throughout the evening. CarmIchael has returned t
upervlsoru of registration called upon finite statement this time of year there are served lifts Inez
Florida to that effect. In t tIter a Treasury, Thursday, requesting for Lake City and Perry that crops that may be planted to Mr. A. L. Sullivan of Theressu, home after a two months visit l !'

to H. H Isler, supervisor of that he take action which may he felt very hopeful that Lake Cityat ; many furnish green feed. Among these was the guest of his mother, Mrs.J. In Tampa. Tonicl "

lntratlon. at Tallahassee, the at- permit income tax returns In thefuture least, would be Included in the, are cabbage, collards, kale, r. P. Sullivan last. Saturday. Mrs. J, E. demons Mlaa Pearl \ 'k

''ner general tfaId\ when a woman to be filed as late as June near future's building program. nips, cow peas, corn and tur-j i Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and Mr. Norman and Mr. Guy Norman were The Old Standard Remedy for t

Ulsters under her name as a sin 1, instead of on or before March chart, showing time of and Mrs. \Vm. C. Kammerer were visitors to Long Bridge Huraday, Chills and Malaria. It destroys

O'' PE .on, such registration must 16 as is now required by law.hundreds rate of seeding and best methods : visiting In Mlcanopy last Sunday Cove Mrs. Ollie Thomas and Mr. L.UU- the malarial germ in the I ;

carried on the books in that Judge Green stated tourists that mi.grated r HINTS TO IIOV8EWIVE8Weekly : of handling, will be sent to those Herbert Priest business of Green visitor rice demons were visitors toHrooker blood Stops) the Chills and '.,p.

me notwithstanding the fact of thousands of who write and ask for it. Springs; was a Sunday. fortifies the system against R': "
winter 1'
,>t 'h' may later assume anotherme to Florida every wascaused from Home Demonstration Green feed is especially important here last Friday. Waldo, will Miss Pearl Norman spent Saturday Malaria and Chills.: SOc \ ''lit I

and pays her poll tax In her and that great Inconvenience residents Specialists, Tallahassee for raising young birds. It Rev Clarke of church night with her grandmother
rrl( d There appears to I to them and to the stimulates the appetite preach at the Methodist
name. : filing of federal acts as a tonic, morning and evening. How often: does that friendly question find you full of i
no authority Mr. Davis said, for of Florida by also aide. the digestive next Sunday .
and
on or before BLEACHINGPORCELAIN Maxwell has returned HOW pairs and aches caused: by kidney, liver and bladder {
to returns Bessie
iwvisors of registration income tax functioning properly, se Miss
thatthese tract in with troubles Keep your health while you can. Begin taking
,age their registration books tow March 15. He stated It often happens that porcellan curing for the bird a larger utilization to her home after a visit Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules at once.ARE. +

) the married names of wom- tourists had returned totheir or china becomes stained or Ill- of the feed consumed. It Is Mrs. Jasper Jones of Huntlngton. Hardy Hollanders have used this remedy for

homes before June 1, thatbusiness smelling owing to the fact that the also stated that lack of green feed Mrs. S. M. Simmons and son, over 200 years. In sealed boxes,at all druggists t 8

conditions la Floridawere surface has become cracked and is often a cause of low production.) Thomas, of Sparr, were visitors 3 sizes. Look for the name on every box .e

I I Miami--The Everglades west of normal by June 1, and that fat, tea, coffee, or other material The prevention of moulting Is bore this week: is
Uml In the the best Interests has penetrated through these minute feeds. Rev. Lewis of Waldo, preachedat
was the coldest spot for many .reasons another/ function, of green Sunday
night ofpt Florida and other statescould cracks to the material under Into a the church last
birds
f"d states Wednesday of When a flock of goes YOODAY
week excepting only Eastport, be served by this change of neath. Housekeepers have tried a moult either during the summeror morning and evening G I ;
Martha HAARLEM OIL
such baking Miss
of procedures as 19th ?
the
the weather bureau announc- number winter there Is a long period March 6th
date.He Secretary of theTreasUry bot oven or "bolting: out"with Johns celebrated her --
.
Ground thermometers of growIn urged the In a before they come into production Joyce, --
request that the Senate ashes and water, or with lye with a delightful party
loss
the Glades area showed a to again. Thus a great economic birthday
fnlmum temperature of twentybt Committee which: now has inconsideration solution, and these are effective in be reduced or prevented If Interesting games were enjoyed on
may Ice the Fun of !
bill likelyto conclusion Get Back
but are Eating
degrees and the ground was der the revenue .removing the odor, succulent green feed ia made apart the lawn. At the
-
of ruin served.
and
|vercd by a slight frost. Some as recently passed by the Include House anamendment remove the glaze also of the daily ration of the lay- 'cream and banana cake were Rid yourself of Indigestion that takes the joy outoflite.Eatwhat

sago i to potatoes and beans was Representatives to the dish. Ing flock. treat you want and relish every
good this
providing that has given
bill enjoyed
liwted. but the frost area was to said A procedure The poultry producer should Those who Johns mouthful without fear of subsequent discomfort
Is to O.
|t itenslve, the weather bureau for the change of date. results In a number of cases boilIng carefully plan a schedule so that were L. A. Johns L., Tucker, .You CAN. if you
that In -
drop further stated keep the article immersed snfQcUnt amount of Thornton Johns, Monroe +
I'ortad in describing the Judge Green there will be a
[ from the TIer water to which a small birds 12 Lillian Tucker, Annie Laura ;
I temperature as remarkable and this request came of sodium green feeds for the Misses Parker M. E. Tau HERBEHEJrtho
Drl ''ng. Official temperature ida State Chamber of Commerce amount, say a tablespoon months of the year. In most sections Tucker Jeanette I t

dings for Miami and the coast- but not until the general revenue phosphate and a teaspoon of of the state green teed maybe Wynn Margie Johns Jeraldlneand pure vegetable tonic that banishes Indigestion 'd. '
a'ea of for- the House of Representatives borax to every quart of water has economically. Mary Lee Johnson and Fred- a
showed a minimum bill had passed produced
degrees twelve degrees above but he was hopeful been added. This should be kept e rick Watterson. c f
be amended In until the article -Is free from Twenty-five farmers In Nassau So1S:1
minimum that obtained flffa the bill could up ) of :
that Consumers
odor and until the color is restored <-ounty are competing In the flve.irre Tallahassee -
Committee.
miles'
west of the tlty.f : the Senate This used 20.731,906 gallons
to A.
more or less completely. corn contest according gasoline

f p latka-Unearthing :pf four Congressman R. A. Green of the I I frequently take a number of s Ltiwton, -ounty agent I I.1. during January. I' ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TRt.EGR.lPII. STARKE. FLORIDA ___ ._,_ __ .__ __ '_ FRIDAY :\1.\/11 II ;aO'1
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; 1t 1 n. '1- Mlddletor NN.NNv.NO.NN..N+(\ Cross City c\ ,
AT THE M.VNHK Two of aK8ork..l Mr. and Mrs. Earl I
IJINNKH; Pounds wrap *
TI
meats
being
\'P: : -I minion !
\ home by; EVERGREEN
\ ,:. pal Crt'aloll Carunirls: for fll cent They were accompanied .
: <: I, | ..I Middleton. who ha I Mrs W. E.
.
: .
Cent Hal
-- An Every Member Canvass by at ;MIUhir Recall One < !Miami Deal h
delegate
tj
the officers of the First Presbyterian April Sth, flth and! Till.Mr. been In Coral Cables aa a :..................... .I paved road aloe!.

I church took place Sunday I to the State Federation aWomen's March 30.-Mr. and 1' here to nOllY'J, >J
,
; : afternoon and was celebrated an and Mrs. W. Laurie Ed Clubs. Evergreen
6 Conner and children,
Fred ,
efJ. Mrs.!
,/j usual by a dinner at the manse wards Mr.! and Mrs. William O
and Mrs Jacksonville spelt, the week
-- Immediately following the morning Struth and children. Shirley ant Mrs. Jennie A. Leigh of FONSAHATHAW,

f \ service. William, Jr., spent Thursday hen I. F. Brown returned Monday from end here with Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

j I The dinner waR given by Mrs. with Mr. and !Mrs W. II. Struth. a ten day trip in Georgia visiting, Sapp. '

Phone 29 Marie B. Stevens, ot Marlboro,, Waycross and Cogdlll, and while Mr. Phillips and family ol )

i : ..i i. Mass., in memory of her father, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fincher hoc in the latter named place tbey; Woodlawn, attended services here I

---- Browne who their Sunday Mr. and were guests of Mr. and firs. Alexander Sunday.Mr. ('.\XnIH.\TI' .
Edward Llde was a as guests ) I' .Ie( ,, ,
Nit AM MKH HTl'MP IN.a : HUJSSIIIM: ,; ; "SOCIAL member and officer of the St'arkQcburch. Mrs. Harrison Comford of Jack SesBoma. and Irs.oJ.. W. Rosier and 1 .II\'IR'I: '

a TKRT.UN: TWK.Vmrril:: CK.\-: TL'KSOV:,; .A KIOOO.V: The menu Included fruit aonvllle, and Mr. and Ma. Edwin children, of Jacksonville, spent

TfllY Bair)OFt riau cocktail, roast lamb pineapple Manna of St. Louis, Mo. Judge and Mrs. Ceo A. Card the week-end here with relatives. Y
t browned Iner had for dinner guests Sunday Rev. L. A. Donnelly filled hit !
saute, English peas potatoes
w Y I The Sunshine social given Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. McCormack regular appointment here Saturday ,. 1i40t:.
Baskets and I VHHPH filled with pimento salad, apple pie Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr., re '
p beautiful roson' and fern decorated afternoon by the Woman's with cheese, coffee, mints and ci turned Monday! from Jacksonville\ of St. Charles, 111, Mr. and and Sunday.Mr. I II 6r'

the room.lI.n. / MrunJ, Mm. Fred Missionary Society' of the Methodist gars. where she visited her husband, Mrs. W. S. YelvIngton and son, and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and} II I I l4e

? r F. Stump entertained the Twentieth church at the home of Dr., Beautiful flowers for this occasion who l is a patient in Miller's hospital .Dime, of Hastings, L. II. Austinof baby of the State Farm, Ralford,, II I stn

i Curd Club last north Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. 11 spent Sunday with Mrs Hester:
(iniury and Mm. K L. niggs on were furnished by Mrs. T. P. South Jacksonville. I era

I Thursdav evening In their home Walnut street, proved to be a most Wall In memory of her husband,, Austin Starke. Sapp.Mr. '

on North, Walnut street HUI'coHHfiil affair, both from a so- and Mr. E. M. Davis In memoryof and Mrs. Bryant Redding ol
tables arranged for financial who Mr. and Mr. DeWitt C. Jones Robert F. Demorest will leave< the State Farm, Ralford, attended 1
pa @ Four were ,,1111Iud l standpoint. his father W. E. Davis,
r auction bridge and homemadncandles i Tim rooms of the lower floor of also served as officers of the motored to Jacksonville Thursday I Tuesday for Wythevllle Virginia, church Jioro Saturday right itn ,
+ Miss\ Elise
were placed on each able( this beautiful borne were opened church.V" to meet their daughter, where the Demorest Stock Com Mrs. Willie Reddish and chil

The tallies represented Colonial I uHulte and tastefully decorated who will be home for a short va pany winters, to get the show organized dren, were the guest. >t her mother

r. dames and after several progresBlons with a variety of spring flowei In \ :M. ('. :SIKETIXO: :MOMKir ration from. Agnes Scott College al for the season's work Mrs. J. S. RoslerTSunday.Miss .

t't.' 9 showed that Mm. O 1. Bnos-: wall vases, baskets and bowls Decatur, Ga. They will start rehearsals on Tuesday <- Pauline Rosier spent last

ley had won high tiror and a I The president ot the society,, business and April 16, and will give their Thursday night In Lawtey with

handsome card table cover Mr. C'I Mrs. A, Wood, directed the pro- The program, Roy Coleman of Carrabelle first exhibition on the following Miss Beatrice Miner.
of the W. M. U. held
for the meeting was spent last week in Starke. He was The Demorest Stock Co
A. Knight; made) high/ gram, making appropriate Introductory Tuesday +v
and received a deck of cards. Mm remarks, and, was followed at the Baptist church Monday af a. former resident of Starke and Is according to !Mr. Demorest's presI ")IIX THO tOL'G'U.Y" yC,

N. Sternborg held! low score and by Mrs. J. W. White giving/ ternoon.A : now with the American Express ,I eat plans, will exhibit only in the I 'p. :. ;

N wan given a Lox of handkerchiefs I reading on "The Sun". Little splendid program led by Mrs. Company operating between Wailo following\ states: Maryland North A young bride asked her' husband, 'I
.
O. P. Raymond was rendered: and I. ..
while W. M Wainwright wan consoled Misses Nettle Dowling and Edna Easter box was packed for the I < and Tampa. Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia to copy a'radio recipe she wanted. ,

with u whist deck. I sweet little dialogue an and Pennsylvania.The two stations -
t IVarce gave a Children's Home In Jack- He did his best but got 'I
)a o ;, At the clone at a pleasant evening : culled, "Merry Sunshine," and lit- Honvllle.Baptist I Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormick at once, one of which was Ii i

the hostess served a tempting I tle MIR Mary[ Harriet Bishop who have been guests of Mr Southeastern Section, Society broadcasting physical exercises II
voted that Circle Number
It
( chicken naiad course: with iced tea. Sunshineof was and Mrs. John Uglow for a few I
: I'' charmingly recited "The Two supply flowers for the ot America Forestry, wit'tmeet and the other recipe. This l is what I
Those playing cards were: Mr. Polltenens." Minxes Sunshine I days, left Monday for Jackson I HIS PLATroini! [
a
; I church during month of April. In the Lumberman's club,, he took down:
and Mm. O. M. Inman, Mr. and and Mildred Hundley favored the ::_ villa and will return Wednesday to Jacksonville, April third at 7 p. m. "Hands on hips, place one cup I 1 As Governor, I ,i : .'"

Mrs. N Bternberg. Mr. find Mrs. company with several well executed I I their home in St. Charles, 111.nuller'a for the purpose of perfecting their of flour on the shoulders, raise of Florida an iftitbte .n
i
,
S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. strIng-Instrument selections, organization: and electing officers.Mr. .. knees and depress toes, and mix administrate" ._,. u
r, Andrews, Jr.., !Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I and Mrs. A. Z. Atlklns accompanied of milk. administrative
? LOCAL I Pharmacy thl week'sflavors L. Wyman of Starke Is act- thoroughly In half a cup non :t.
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WainV by !Miss Ethel Orlllln sang a'' in Poinsettia Ice cream Ing secretary.. Captain Eldrlge, olFargo Repeat six times: Inhale quickly the office b> I ,1:,

% P wright, Mr. and. Mm.Weller U. and L. Reas-Mr. group of lovely songs. An !iutertorastlng 'PEIIJNG and sherbets banana cherry, maple Ga.. will lead the discus one-halt teaspoonful of baking will admit and in ar r'

ley Mltw Mabel selection entitled "Chil I 1 nut, tutti-frutti, strawberry sion on the factors which encourage powder, lower the legs and mash Icles shall have '''It.n,. ,.

Stump.lilltlllDVV. dren Need Sun llaths" was read by vanilla, chocolate fruit sherbet ; progress of industrial forestry two hard-boiled eggs In a sieve. encouragement 01" > ,,, "

Mrs H. S. Dowling, followed by and MrO pineapple sherbet Eskimo pies throughout the south. Exhale, breathe naturally, and sift the legislative bun :

PARTYv Mrs )E. M. Rooks and Mrs. A. Mr. Lenthall Wyman chosen delegates We deliver, Phone 160. Into a bowl. growth is rapidII" Cot

Wood singing "Let us lather Up M.! Inman were Exchange Mr. and !Mrs Elmer Lazone of "Attention! Lie flat on the floor went must progr. trap!

to Thursday, March 22nd, from the Sunbeams," as a duet.A to state meeting of / Jacksonville, were In Starke Wed untilIt
{ April 16 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvlngton and roll the white of an egg Ingly. Hc'cognlzliu 1\1'\ J II'

,,. 2:30: to 6:30, Miss' Dorothy Sapp I sunflower pie was passed Clubs at Winter Haven \ I Miss Hazel Hicks, and Mr. Ret nesday nnd he stated that they comes to a boll. In ten minutes the people that w. ,, ad! i

lg'e i ? celebrated her eleventh birthday around by Miss Loin Long andpuch 17th. Anderson of Hastings were visitIng expect to come to Starke in a remove from the fire and rub problems as they m,"n II

'a t d at the homo of her parent, Mr. giiest took a petal on which R. V. Turner and at the home of Judge and Mrs couple of weeks to get the propertyof smartly with a rough towel. they shall\ develop \ r It (ftlrant

'N and Mrs. J. 13. Su DD. was written a quotation on !the, Mr. and Mrs.Loyselle and Bobbie Oeo. A. Gardiner Wednesday the Williams Stock Company In Breathe naturally, dress in warm and openmindcdniBurate '",

( Games and contests were en subject of innshlno-luter the children] Miss were Sunday first class condition for the season lanuels, and serve with.fish soup." with, the best ear'itf

St : i 'joyed throughout the afternoon. In I were read to the company. of Gainesville Turner's mother, Nahtan Prevatt has returned to of 1928, and hold the necessary whole State to ih I < '' ,I I thai

an Easter egg hunt, Dorothy White i Mrs. D. H, Knight; accompaniedby guests! of !Mrs. Brunswick, Ga., where he is at- rehearsels to get the performers In past three years there has shall have an admin-iratliis

t ,' and Joe Edwards' Jr., received !Mrs. II. V. Knight; sweetly sang Mrs. F. B. Johns.Mr. tending business college]) after fitted Into their part The been gain of 56 per cent,. In num- achievement as eon, m 'it, >

1 ( novelty] banks as prizes. Later In a group of songs that were much Mrs. II. U. Wiggins, spending the week-end with his first performance of the' season bel' of telephones In city of .MiamI, consistent: with prix< tad

'p v the afternoon delicious refresh I I enjoyed. and Mrs. II. L parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Pre will be given In Starke the third from 11,000 to over 17,000. natural development '(11 if S

; meats of Ice cream and cake were I I In a word contelit-bE'glnnlng Mrs. W. J. Epperson the closing exercises fait. or fourth week In April. The La- Inverness New three-story Among those r' )n-'"I'raoll I : !

Ii .' r, served by the bOllte K' mother, Mrs. I I with "sun,"-Mrs. J. 11. hitch 'lirownlee attended school Mon zones have a large circle ot friends building being erected for T. Scar- prime importance .I''

.'app, Mrs. L. It. Meade and Miss'i made the lament number of word of the Lawtey The n. Y. P. U. of the First here who are always glad to see lasla nears completion Continuation ol K'." ''qa'"

OuHHle MHO Dennett. The hastens and was given a box of Sup Maid day evening. Raptlst church will have a "1Ieasurlng" (hem; and whose good wishes follow Ft. l\Iyerll-Ft. Myers Mattress building program ,, -d d

!2" was the recipient of many useful Itatslrm. wherever building at 1926 Ilendry
them they Company
and! trustees of the party Thursday evening, may go.ruosnvJoiiNsox by the Legislator tI!
and pretty presents. i For the punt three months the The deacons A street( In expansion program. .
v church hold a meetIng April Cth, at the pastorloum. arried without .u1l1 i t I I.
i Those Invited to this delightful women of tills organization, and Baptist wIll musical will be rendered Orlando-Egg production of '
Thursi'" \ program ion;
party were: Alice Mont, Dorothy alKO a few friend, have placed In at the pastorlum will be followed oy and as a special feature there will\ Lake courty amounts to more than The iraprovemcii P'

,. t I and Carol White, Geraldlne Johns, I I u small bag an offering each day evening, which be an auction' sale of pies and Married at the home of Judge $222,000 annually.St. school system anti

; Mildred Hundley Luclle Edwards, that the un"hlna-thls money to a social. cakes. ,eo. A. Gardiner Sunday afternoon Augustine-Purchase of additional port for our instil\ i..

t Elizabeth llolltngsworth, Elaine!: be used for paying for Improvements 1 Mr. Lyon Crosby of Brooker, fire equipment here favor
Edwards, Margaret Williams, Barbara I on the InteriQr of the Two BO cent haves: of Rexall 1 I and Miss Thelma Johnson of ed. earning;
i? t Malts for HI tents tit the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Foster, olHendersonrllle Adequate provision 'the
Meade, Paul Ilaymond! Joe church. The bags were opened at llcnllh C. Gardiner station ,
I (' 'lIt. Male at Mitchell's N. C., arrived Dreenaborough S. Judge Dade City-Now filling action of the health\ M,t >'III:
(
ItcMahlne
Edwards, Jr., Stanley Bennett, the social and the amount of : Thursday and will spend several ofuciatlng. Miss Johnson was being built at corner of 7th and
Mil and 7th. or our state;
N James Ilolllngsworth, Klbert Edwards $115.07 wall realized. An award April filli. successful teacher In Bradford Main streets.
weeks here. The Fosters are regular a Keeping at a minimum of
a i Leslie Biggs, William EdWards was given to the person having the winter visitors' and are located county; Mr. Crosby son of P. A. Cross City-Coast Line Railroad I and municipal t.
net county
i Jack Wickham, Marion largest amount in her bag and this Mr. and Mrs. O. M. SUtrunk and with Mrs E. F. Johns, corner of Crosby of Broker, at which place erecting addition to Its station 01! 'the'
William. and Junior Meade : handed to Mrs. J. W. White, son, Joseph Mr.! and Mrs. C. A through the exercise
,
t d was Walnut and South streets the young couple will make their here. In those case where
,- I who hud $25 In her bag-a twenty Futch and sons, 1\Ierrllll\llli Mack power
I
I Future home. Mr. Crosby being Ocala-New playhouse, the Et not given u, 'Jpp1lrfty
lOSOHlxn DIItM.iRIFFIN: dollar gold piece being Included in spent Sunday in Jacksonville as In In that section. eople are
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., engaged; farming ta. opens here. referendum to "'xprcssifort
this amount. A jar of sunshine guests of Mr. and Mrs Cyrus Sis by
; left Saturday for Laurens, S. C., willingness\ to asnum. tddltt

I' At the AdklnV home Saturday ,: orange preserves\ was given Mrs.Whlta trunk. where they will visit his parents, The burden, (while stati i la', mUi

afternoon Miss Myrtlce and Miss as the, award. !Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Mundy. They possihi> 'tin f
low
t little Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Rltch. Mlsi kept as as
assisted
d, The hostess, by
Jackson Invited friends to expect to visit in Greenville and I .wuh
Myrwln Orlllln Miss\ Madge Middle r rnlUagg In comparison
Miss Lois Long Mesdames W. E Ethel \ .
W. Orlllln. otJacksonville Chimney Rock while away. if
meet Mrs. Eugene local -
Middleton.\ W. G. Halle and J. II. ton, and Miss Myrwln Jackson mo Cream levied for pure .,
.t house guest of Mrs,, Instance in >Im'' t o
I and tored to Jacksonville Wednesday; small; for
IIItcli, served fruit sherbet who
Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Potter, ( mUll
O. J, Grlllln. I to """
"Tenderloin" at th< ties it amounts
favor: to see
"thank evening
with you"
wafers a
have been guests of Mr. and Mrs, '
Y' a An artistic arrangement: of roses I theatre. against 7 1-2 for Kan' Burps; and poppies In baskets and vases on each plate. I Imperial E. C. Tappen for several weeks, of the Modification of ,nil haute\
I About fifty persons attended that went to Jacksonville Friday tc dn
brightened the rooms where! tables H '
ellmlnai
C. Wall fish laws to
? Mr. and Mrs Harold
social affair. '
,
pleasant! the week-end before return '
spend
Tallies t
were arranged for cards. ; features and render lime
with Mr. I\nlIMrll. W. J. EppersonJr. ,
design marked the Ing to their home In Metuchen, N aC'I to
done In spring acceptable
and
went to Jacksonville Thursday; workable
ll.VYMIS: K\-: '
:MRS. t). I.. J. Miperlence !
places of the players. I inuixi: ci.viiThe i to visit friends and attend the wedding people in the \llgln "n'
TKUT.UNH!
The afternoon hours passed rapIdly of Miss Susie Mae Gilbert and under the pr .antu
and when scores were collected Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford, and lH*
7 I members of the Afternoon Mr. Frank J, Lewis who were guests of Miss Mabel Crop t The drainage of !,
Interesting Eversl
( after several progressions
tectlon from fire of tin
1 bridge the Bridge Club met last week with Weller, left Saturday for theft Itn
ot auction
!; roads
I Mrs. A. C. Green, who has been and the providing of
her home on
L. at and
a band-pulnt- Mrs. O. Haynes home In Emlenton, Pa. Mr deft
prize for high score, the three to the
in Jacksonville past the race necessary
Tables
Thursday,
ed powder Jar, was presented to Water street ,Mrs. Crawford spent two months Ir TOASTED empire, tlamatlon t\hi
,i In the large living months, has returned to the home IS'S i ie ment of this vast
Mrs O. L. Beaeley. The honoree were arranged contained vases of her daughter, Mrs. B. S. Ed Florida '.- ,.. to'be effected wit'
which
received a card table cover as a room many .:,.... unbearable birds!
1 memento of the occasion. Miss and baskets of bridal wreath. wards. Rev. A. E. Dunham, Mr. and .., ', Imposing an the area
hand. Mrs. Nat Sternberg( and Mrs! J. Mrs. S. S. Dowling and daughter,, the tax-payers In
Ethel Orlllln was given a 1 I tax"
4 the holders ot Two bottles of I'ureteMt Rubblnf II. C. hitch \ ...". .! .. without the levying of ft.
painted vase for consolation prize. I B. Corpening were Nettle, Mr. and Mrs. ,, ',' .
The first prize, a Al(..li rfir flO cents at the Rxal Jack .' t ..o people of the whole Btate.Fair
and
high scores. Misses Myrtice Myrwln
refreshment course was "
; A dainty atllludfward
1" r' ,
?
Hale Mitchell's: Apri Impartial
tl served by these charming hostesses I fancy pin cushion, went to Mrs One Pent son were among: the number whc ; : '. /. and capital with

consisting of pineapple salad, I Sternberg, while Mrs. Corpenlng's Bill, Oth and 7th. attended the basketball. game al labor and develop!

prize was a pretty tea bell. Brooker o. .i realization that the
club diamond, heart, and spade.a Saturdayevening.
r', The committee appointed by the of Florida depends on both:
sultlnes and candles serv
shaped sandwiches, Home-made were "
y Iced tea. (Hard candles were servo ed during the games, and a salad Exchange Club to go Into the details Miss Madge Middleton and Dist Sympathetic attention prW i
of the hotel proposition, submitted Paul legislative
ed during\ the games. course with Iced tea at the close Margaret Long motored to Cocoa Waner l' constructive womeai
by Mr. Holaday and his associates
( Invited to bo with Misses Jackson of the afternoon. Mrs. Haynes1guests Sunday and spent the day with sponsored by many
t rendered an adverse de the state
of
and to meet Mrs. Griffin were: were: Miss Mabel Weller, Voted ganlzations
Most Valuable ; :
y clalon, so the proposition was turned ---- -- of agrIcultUre
Promotion
r, Mrs. W M, Wainwright Miss Sara. Mesdames J. E. Corpenlng S. L. aDd II

E7 Malpaa. 1 Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., Peek, J. C. Robinson, C. A. Knight down. Player in 1927' stock, poultry, dairying

to Mrs A. Z. Adklnfti Mrs, Harold C. O. L. neanley, G. M. Inman, L. Wy The Exchange Club in regular Attention eratlve marketing; Ever '

Wall, Mr.. W. J. EIJpE'r on. Jr.. man W. M. Wainwright E. M. National League Law enforcement tallo''
session voted to attend. In a body,, the
to
,, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. H. C'I'I Johns, A. Z, Adklns, and N. Stern. ernor subscribes offlce.
y the of Shands bridge
opening
Miss Ethel; Griffin, Mrs oath when he assumes
'i i Ritch, berg. Says Luckies Do Not ..
orw
; across the St. John's river, April > swear <
ti L. Beaeley, and Mrs. J. F.. C'orp- Strawberry : "I do solemnly aii'
.
LL4 PDing.S :MII-TIMI: : or TIIIMIU.K: : 10. Affect His Wind that I will support pr.tte and w; '

: fend the constitution
H Growers ment of the
MR. AND 1I111!>4. fOKI'I'.MNCJ: -
and her thai
daughter, Miss Frances
Florid
f.
the State of
IttilKUT.U.V: II.X.ri.1'11
: A pleasant meeting of the IIU''t''
very Darby, a student at Stetson University to hol >

Thimble Circle of St. Mark's at DeLand spent the week BRADFORD "W/icn/ I first started to smoke I duly constitution qualified of ttt Stai'
Mr. and Mrs. J. }J. Corpenlng: the
churcfi held Monday afternoon l9
was end here with Mr. and Mrs. Do- fuitht
entertained members of the P. N. was anxious to find a cigarettethat that I will well and
u1 with !Mrs ,C. H. Marks, at the Witt C. Jones. (r, r''rnor
club and their friends'" Tuesday I Hamrlck home on Walnut and Lafayette COUNTY would give me pleasure form the duties of to rail
evening at their borne of North which I am now about
streets with the following
200 I.u..h."t"plrln TnblHs for without
r
wind!
taxing irritating .
Walnut St. my or help me God"I
I members present: Mrs. R. J Davis, rlorldl'
I 70 rout nt the Retail One CVntSulo t. at,
A happy evening was .spent piny- I Mrs. E. A. Towle, Mrs, George C, nt :Mitchell' April Sth, Oth my throat. I soon dis offer the people s:veD:
ing auction bridge. Miss Margaret I Haul your berries to Law-. record of my twent
Krune Mrs. J. C. Hoover Mrs. !
,
end 7th. covered L c1cy Strikes. 1 ,'rvlcel
(
T i Long and Mr. L. D. Lloyd Edwin Soothers Mrs. W. T. Flnch tey, the largest rarlot ship am very a of continuous public LW

made high scores and were rewarded er. Mrs O. L. Beasley. Mrs. It. S. Supt. and Mrs.\ II. n. Wiggins ping point in Bradford coun fond of the excellent flavor of bond for intelligent Gov'f and "a

with a framed motto and I' Carleton Mrs C. ]F. Hoover( Mrs Prof and Mrs. S. S. Dowling 'attended ty. Will buy your berries or these cigarettes and they keep tlve performance APl'lti.as: 'I.17f1t'; ,
I a boutlonnlere, respectively. H. H. Young and! Mrs. Marks. I1K WILL
,. the closing exercises of the
handle on consignment and throat clear and do" VOTE
(f Decorations of the spacious The living room was made attractive Itrooker school Friday evening. my : not )

1 rooms were of .dogwood/ blossoms, by the use of (large bunches :Mr. Howling was one of the ship to reliable firms thru- affect my wind in the least." e (Paid-Palitir.

r candies were served of the tables of dogwood: and the hostess speakers. out the United States. Any No'rUJol TO nKBTOH .\>0

and a delectable strawberry served delicious prune pudding, Information want l'1'OIU
you may
Kft short cake with whipped cream: wafers and hot coffee at the closo', Dr. James Chace arrived Thurs- tfwUlt.s i9Lei/ -- v
and hot coffee was served by the of a. busy afternoon. regarding market conditions Nonce Is hereby t...
e' lay frob Ocala and will spend sometime die
creditor- legatees
a
hostess at the close of the eve and pack will be cheerfully]) all having lit. r V
here with his son-in-law and parson "
ning. Those present were: Misses Mr. and Mra. John Uglow. Miss\ liven. Carlota by March 25. the K-tat:: of HiMirl! .:. 1cea..d 1/
laughter[ Mr. and Mrs.! J. C. HOOTI. are hereby ri .
Margaret Long Ethel Griffin Myr- Carrie Uglow. Miss Edna Hutto sent H"le' claims. duly '..1-

tr ; will Jacskson, Eunice Perkins, .und Miss Beatrice Bullen motoredto toaste'd" ..d. t\ll"tbe\ .-...... QI !aA! '

Madge Middleton, Sara' Malpns, Hawthorne Sunday and attended I. Smllenaky- f'uQntr,1 mere Ceuntl'J'I arrived in Starkerhursday James T. Moore
t, Messrs. L. D. Lloyd. Carr Colley, .the University, District C. E.fflcera from New 'I'1m date "'fft'.4I'I.uOeut or t, d jIi I'
York City. bw held In bar
George Trafton Telfatr Long;'Dr, > meeting. The ".!*!* '
next dls- *
indebted ,.
Sons rm
lie
has not been
In Starke for 12 Throat thSlyd',
: .O.,Gambill, r.H..H. 'M Itt4on lot mooting will be held! in Slake ,r'.ar. and aottcea very great ,lmmovements. LAWTEY FLORIDA -.2 Irritation-No Cough, quent the.O.und.relgp..J to pay l Ad""''T I Ito II'

and Dr. D. S. Carroll. the last Sunday In April. rTSI
day
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Ban"visited; l Mr. and Mrs II. vllle, spent the week-end here with ,
I 'I I.... Hiowalee+ Satuiday Mrs' Fowli their parents: Mr. and MIH L. V I
Bits of i Is Mrs: Browulee's niece. :Moore.
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J.l14-.ft's OiMko Ti two boxes Two boxes of SjnKintl'H Inn Co. FridaySPECIALS Saturday 1 ,
fur l.t: rent! on the Itexall One r 1 /Ne)1: I'cnr IIli Mnto. at 3U'dlell'prtl Mil, Pent Sale at hell'sprll ails, a
anil 7th.
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Concerning Our People, Business and Mrs. 11. S. Johns and Mrs. W. S. Mr and Mrs. Charlie A. Aren- Stokley's Brand r
I York of Lake Butler spent Friday doll, of Lakeland are guests of
Cut The Best Groceries the
Progress of the County and Town. In Starke with friends and relatives. her brother and sister-in-law, I>r. Stringless Means at ,

I and Mrs O. L. Ilnynea. /\0.2 cans ,,

-...--.-i,swauwuNlueneNmislae. ,-....,......._.....-....-...-.....---..... .
'""' 2 for 25c Prices!
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I year'! 4 MMIIMUIIlilitftgjfiSIBrtIP"| -- 41 Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children, For reliable morduimliHo"' at low Right
\ndr ws, Jr., visited hisr Peanuts, chufas and velvet :Miss Murla and W. T of Drooker prices" try Nt..nab'rJ'tc, .
W
Jacksonville Tuesday. beans. J. F. Klckllter spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J.11L -' -
,,, M-C Storc'you
111 When you shop at Grocery are
Uro wnleo. The Girls' Auxiliary of the Bap- GIANT LYK
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:" .,lien- of Inverness, spent Work was begun this week in tint church will meet with Miss always certain to obtain best grade of groceries -
b a\\ ."ml Wednesday In Stai'ke. clearing out the debris In the Magnolia \ Time to buy that Mruw lint now Martha Evans Monday afternoonat 12-oz IOC at the lowest pricx And you will find the +
___ .- Cafe building oa Call street nt Sterulerg's.Sheriff" o'clock.
four
will when *
Conger left family appetite improve you serve ; ,

(.1.1 and 1 ,!' saris day for Miami.il.lren Butler's Pharmacy serves Poln W. J. Epperson made an Two Jars of Ilulliirvnlo 1t..1! Currant BUDWEISER HOP meals: }prepared from our foodstuffs. carryall '
settla Ice cream and sherbets. We official trip to Clearwater Saturday l the ples--as well as table luxur-
Jolly for 51 cents on the Itexall many
'- Crepe do Chine dwim.. deliver phone 160.Mr. One Vnt Hale nt Mitchell's.tprtl I FLA YOKED MALT ies.: Come in today-or phone us.
..mljlJ.\: ; > tSternberg'B.L f -- nth, Otli nnd 7th. 2 1orfnd. can 7.tc r
and Mrs. ---
Wm. -
G. -
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Miss Alice Fernandez Mrs. J. I
q.: t< Davis spent the firsta low of Palatka, spent the week-end. Butler and Mrs. Wesley Stearns Miss Harriet flitch returned\ Saturday -
in Starke lJ01Wds
a "' k In Jacksonville. with relatives. motored to Jacksonville Tuesday. from Galne--vllle, where she I. Shankless Picnic Hams Vv/1 Pound 19c +

.\ wonderful I ------ spent a few days with Mr. und
line r
< htdieM millinery
Stump went to Eus- Two :ill>
cult boftleM
Fred F. at of Pnrt'testMilk Mrh. S. T. Tell.Mr. -- --- -- ------- A
mrsdny for ten days. Nlernberg's.Ellis of :Mugix-tilii: for 51 cents on RUM FORD BAKING Pappy's Brand Texas: Skinless Magnolia ;' '

roIOl''f in Crepe (11 Ch.hw""N", Wilson of Green Cove I tile ell's lle\iill.pill One nth, Cent
a>J. at Stt>rnbt>rg's. Springs relatives.Mr. .spent Sunday here with Carl Johns, of Jacksonville, "Nobody's at Lawtey.Darllnn grammar" Friday evening 1 Lb. Can 29c Pint Jars 28c Pint Jars 30cKINGAN'S A a

and Mrs. J. 8. Butler spent I spent Sunday hvre with bill par .-.---.---.- --
in Jacksonville with Hugh L. Brownlee is spending ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. VAN CAliiP'S Don Carlos Brand PULIJTOJIATOCATSUP ''
day Thursday and Friday in Jacksonville I.I.tt'/ / "UI'It..1 l'h'o1al'fl, a
lB. on business. Mrs. Fred A. Scott made another two IMHIIK-* for Vt.Ot on the Hex- QUEEN OLIVES CRKAM CHEESE ,

and -'Mrs-E M Jacksonville Johns will see to- Mr. and Mrs.\ J. C. Adklna of visit sick hip and to Hampton shut-In friends.Tuesday to .all\|>rll one 51 h,Out fit h and tilde 7th.nt :Mlt: <'hell'(4 8 oz- bot 15c 6-oz., bot- 19cSUREWED Pound 32cGOLD /

ill (came in Gainesville, were visitors to Starke
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Sunday. Rev R S. Carleton and Rev G. The W, T. Wc.M' Chapter. U. 'WHEAT DUSTWashing
S11loketllJ.eakfast
P. Raymond motored to Penney D., will meet next Wednesday, !
's i it -: Carleton visited Dr. Tuo pints of Harmony has Hum Farms Tuesday. April 4. 3:30: ) p. m.. at the home of con in Cuts Regular 15c Size : PonderPound
: r'I' D Sparkman Tues- for 7(1 wills oil the ltpxa.ll One Mriei. O. I<, Hay new",.
I P"III1"Farms.;' Cent ,Sale at :\llId..1I'1I1'1'11 mil, Dr. T. J. Bulleu and daughter, 23c 2 pkgs. 25c 7 boxes 25c 1

IIh lord 7th.Attorney Miss! Beatrice, leave today for a Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Aren- ----- -.. -_--_. _._ .__ ... _---_ l a '
He.. s Pharmacy delivers any- toit- iii then store. Phone 160. and Mrs. E. M Johns Huyuea spent Monday In Green! t ,
and little daughter, Gloria, spent Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. O, L. Cove Springs with frlerda, Rosedale Yellow Cling Peaches f'JCUlI'; ; 35c
, ,. I1; M Johns and Mrs. T. J. Saturday in Jacksonville. Beasley spent Friday, In Jackson- -
i motored to Jacksonville ville with friends and relatives. Mr. G. )M Slslrnnk attended the ------- .. .. I 1,
3ila\ and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. C. II Marks mo- lecture and demonstration 0 fEthyl POST TO AST I ES RI ALTO BRAND 2MINUTEIt.elNU pt t

---- -- tored to Gainesville Sunday and Miss Gladys Allgood, who has Kai at lalnesvllle Wednes CORN FLAKES Light OAT FLAKES
flne, all kinds. Special visited friends. been spending several months In day.
Quigley & Davis. Wild wood returned home I last 2 boxes 19c Tuna 25c 3 boxes 25c
Pretty( line of boudoir pillows| week.Men's. The llexiill Silver Jubilee One i i
Iton B tailoring: and pressing and other Itojul "Society K MMS at CVnt Halo nt Jlltcliell's Driitf Store ----- ----
Thompson and Madison sts., NI" 1 et'ubrcg's. cltf'Nft",. sliooM'' from 8:1.fSO. : to April nth, nth and 7th. '

,t ti, the bottling plant. IjIH.OO nt HternbeiK'M./ Pillsbury Best Flour 24 Pound Sack $1.32 I 4 ;
Rev. U. S. Carleton and Mr. The executive board of the Wo ,

the! men's and boys' pants, William J. Illlffe spent Sunday. and Mr. and l Mrs. O L. Beasley, Major man's Club of Starliu will be held ,
clubhouse ------ ---- -- -- --
est. nt J M. Alvarez. Monday In Cedar Keys. and Mrs. J. L. Peek and Mrs' Wednesday April 4th at the
-- J. M Mitchell motored to the 10 o'clock.
.UK() Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy were State Farm Sunday.Strawberry ,
atil. pent Sunday In Jack- guests of Mr. and Mrs H II. SmithIn Mrs. W. P. Robinson and Mrs. r
',. mil Green Cove Springs. Hawthorne Sunday. crates and runs at Wilbur Archer of Tampa spent SThPF
Kick l IIter'LI. Tuesday In Starke with Mr and i.I i..
11 J d I Mrs. J. E. Mamas of These locals contain only a fcw !\Irs..J.. C. )Uoblnson
.
Bun,-r. were Sunday guests of tho innni bargains to be lin IUd Mrs. W J.. Epperson. tho Recall Ono Out Sale till .vnr. Jacksonville, spent Thursday andFilduy Manhattan "uhlrta, ami I'11Jltnutsat
,
Look In our window and ask for ndriiilur. with his brother-in-law and StN'nIH'I'jC'
,,i'. \\hil Itromlrloth Shuts MlUhell'n Drug More. sister. Dr. and Mrs. E. It. Biggs. t > srt
!Lon< up at Storiiberg's. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Knight, Mrs. !
Mrs.\ H. A. Weeks, !Mrs. W L. Two lance/ Jars of I.lKReU'n James Shepard, Miss Mildred GUI\ k

as' Attorney II. V. Knight Wall, Mrs.\ II. C. Wall, and George Raspberry. or Pineapple Jam for and, Mltm Mary Torruella motoredto 1----- - --
business visitor In Jackson- Ilarnsberger were in Jacksonville l!11 ruts... on the Rcxall One Cent Jacksonville Monday. where she spent the last fourmonths. !Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mia O. L Plant City arrived Thursday for ,
Tuesday. Wednesday.Mrs. hale at :MIUlwll's: April fills, Olli Jack- tlouRley, and Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, a visit with !Mr and Mrs. f B. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. II Hall of
nisi 7th. Jr., spout Wcdricmlay] In hull ,
.Ja"\80n-
w tints and Spring Suits at W. S. Blakely and son, sonville, spent Sunday here with ville.
Alvarez. Billy of Jacksonville, spent the Mrs. W. Marshall Thomas and her parents, Mr. and Mrs\ L. S. Mr.\ and !Mrs Dale II. Vaunlckel, '
week-end with her parents, !Mr daughter June, Mrs. Marie B. Hutto. I of Ciulnenvllle, spent Sunday In Two IMMIIIIN of .I/JCf'tt'/ Marti t
'rs. Gerald Middleton and and Mrs W W Balsden Stevens and daughter, Nancy, moored Starke with her parents, Mr. and airs\ S. L. Stl'oop. who spent several Caiulli-M for fit sears lit the ItexaltOnn ) c
1 Thomas spent the week-end to Penney Farms Sunday af- Mr. and Mrs! J. PIckerlll wore Mrs. W. J. l Epperson. day here visiting her ulster, Cent Niilo at AIIUlicH'a April s r
uhasaee with friends. Two lOc boxes: of Jontcol CuM ernoou. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.Dr. Mrs K. Ji. Johns returned to her :nth, (llh and! 7th. a jr
OINIIII I'IMO Powder for 11 emir James Chase spent SaturdayIn Don't forget Polimettla", Ice home: In Crystal River Friday, r r .
("allls Manning departed on the Itevall One Cent Sale lit The regular: monthly business Jacksonville with friends.Summer cream and Purity Sugar Cones at I Lumber. all khuln. Get our 4 1
la for Laurens, S. C., where 3IHche114April\ nth, (flu h and 7111. meeting of St. Mark's Woman's nutter's Pharmacy. We deliver !Mr. and Mrs. .fay S. Ilruwn of I prices QtilKley & DavU. tl, ,ruI
at Stout.berg's. tw' ,
II 1 week. Auxiliary will be held Monday afternoon Nulls arriving 16 O. I
spend a phone
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Friends will be glad to know at the rectory.. Sewing will ----'- '-' ------------.1

E J. Dowling and Miss that the Children of the Confederacy be permitted. --T Mrs. K. A. Hitler, who has beenspending '
'', dollars their Mr. and Mrs. J. W. York anlv-
ten on
cleared
Abernathy spent Wednesday I :! three weeks with Mr. and t .
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Mr. ed Thursday from Ocala to visit
ksonvllle with friends. food sale last Saturday. Mrs. L. S. Hutto, returned home to
when
the many friends made they 4 47'Iiat
were residents of Starke. Sydney Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone with TWO |M>llllll.. Of CUHt'U, |hound 1 1l'i.Kr ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen of Jacksonville for Id tent. ..t the Koxnll
New Model 56 KNIGHT is the tl', ?
were visiting In Starke Ono t Cent Halo at blitt-hell'$ April p ;
Friday. alb, Stilt anil 7th.
last ir'ord in Style, Comfort, Beauty i ,W' '
Two large sine tube of KlenoIVenUl Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan andM.
Creme for nt cents. at the Levlton attended the airplane and Service.
Ii> an One Out MltI l* MlUhell'n demonstration In Jacknonvlll
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'pill+ Bth, Ith and 7th.Mr. Sunday. ,} F
Every Man __ i ..- .-
and Mrs. P. J. Pearce are
is the Architect = announcing the birth of a little SEE IT ; i' xt,
TiV daughter born Sunday March 18, For
whom they have named Wanda.Mr. Only

7 of His Own Future -- and Mrs. O. M. Inman and I y

little daughter Vonda, motored to $11.95 4
The follies of youth are food __ Jacksonville' Saturday and spent I QUIGLEY DAVIS '

for repentance in old age. the day-

An ounce of preparedness Is Mr and Mrs. E. A. Towle and you get this"World's 'Willus Knight and 'Whippets f ;'

worth a ton of broken 'resolu. : daughters. Mary and Elizabeth, I Greatest I
I went to Jacksonville Saturday and

tions. spent the day. Tire"I I

'. A tidy little bank account is Two dollar boxes of Bouquet I GOODYEAR I

".;w-': your best preparedness against Rtum-e face Ponder for $1.O1 at j 'AWT BALLOON I Lumber-Building
lie Itrxall One Tent Mule at Mltrli- ;
: declining _
years. .
...., .A t:,, .n's! April nth, fllli antl'Ttli.Mr. ((29 x 4.40
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4:1.,1'. : '. ,I. Plan your future TODAY I To- .. ., .. I f
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.,. '" and Mrs. 3. V. Trlgg of II
\" ....,' .I' morrow is the road that leads nowhere r I Supplies
-, here
';"' ;..,.,1 ; Jacksonville, spent 'Sunday .
Y'.. .'I+. Anytime is no.time.1 t ,1 b with their r Iatlveut Mr. and Mrs. I

;;.I?." -' '. NOW is the TIME to sage a J. A. Saul. o ,, ; 111t
:if ; ,, I ...-.:.. I ,
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amount of earnings Griffin and I II
regular your Mr. and Mrs. Eugene II I
"::v daughter Vornagene. of
little
weekly. ,111. Jacksonville, were week- nd '! I I i .I, l
.1', of Mrs. O. J. Grldln. I 0Supreme 1
\ $1 OPENS AN ACCOUNT guests I I I II k
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J.ICICl"tt' Opeko Coffee two II -- -T--:
Bank! pounds for OH rents at the HrnHll) I nI, ",li nut;'IINCI Iij,71n" ; ,iiiiiii IIIiiI iinm..ii i iiiiiiiiiii iliWii.ffi, W .iiiiii[,," ,it;"um';;'''uum'' w""IIf".UIItIII"a. i
Bradford County One Cent Sale at MlU-hrll'n April I I r

nth, flU and l 7th. I II II I Starke Hdw. & Furn. Co. ,J

= Bradford County's Financial Stronghold II I .. ;
= Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Dr.
STARKE, FLORIDA _-- s James Chase Mr. and Mrs. C. F. I ; (Just opened in old Rosenberg Bldg.) '+11 _

Hoover visited Dr. and Mrs. J. B. ,;I Complete line shelf hardware, cash only: at
Curtis at Orange Heights- Sunday.; I about one-third the been ,
I At \ i price you've paying. ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Butler returned I II y 6I
: Good House Paint $235 gallon cash t
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from Tampa Monday\ having I
i) >r ; the week-end with I Service SlaI'' I i
spent
House terms If
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!J :jJ 1 ___ friends. I tion No. 2 ;. desired. t.t ..

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Finds That WpPTlln Become dentally and Inlo r. +
.. _. --- Grossman 6e t
.m" I'olnoiieil Accidentally or boring, tat, ,I III",, ,.
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar Dun to Movements. into Intestine, lb""

'' y tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found weevils In .order to Ii.t, ,'lIIlne",
Gainesville Fla.-Boll or not calcium
'fo lie Best Suited to Our Country "trvr Qate '.
become poisoned from an accidental irritant, various !path' oft

of calcium arsenate bodies were ecu r'> ti 1
.. 2' accumulation WithU)|
.. .: --J D] in such a *
:. -- on the snout Up while moving manii.' t that, Ito,
r subsequently ,
h i
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t 1 about on cotton plants rather than snout. There 'arrle4 I
Poultry Prices ot the \I", hit'
Stabilizing by eating/: poisoned parts 01 Irritation* or !wu'Bonli'
has been i
; This discovery
plant. which
r Through New Market Outlook made by Edgar F. Grossman, en- be injected shows befor that,.the the poll;(

tomologist, cotton investigations, be affected. van'

1 1a Florida Experiment Station. .

tl HAW ('.'nlral California: I'oullry continuous supply of eggs of uniformly Experiments conducted with over A fresh egg will slnr h I

I'roilurrrN. InvaiMI. New York A large and 4,000 weevils have convincedMr. when put In wai.-. r., I\'hlielilJ
good quality.
'is
that his theory is stale has
to tiring: I'oiillrymrn Higher Grossman more of a
d f I y .\vcraK*' 1'r'lres contiuous supply in an Important 1rA'9ty correct, and explains the death of float. tenillt
,
F factor because large buyers such as ae u 01ZG unnpb DnoIArCMtaobAi.wlbrlr. ...pN"In'iri'r weevils In fields where cotton is
problem chain store organizations must Yt. w +, ; with calcium arsenate. This
J Faced with (the mime .G1aMj w ; dusted FOR yoni
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I e r. uxIft of the LIVER
of activities
poultryinen have experienced ,I have a continuous supply eggs. new light Qn the
Florida
which
C w .l+ It In not dlfllcult to obtain a large weevil tends to minimize the Importance Relieve the dark ir.wiit.., ,
r to Homo degree during supply of uniform quality In the of blowing the poison ed tongue headache sick*,

c the part winter warn the egg markets spring, but In the summer and dust into the ,squares where the and youlfeel constipation rejrulatc i Lane1.theboratMITCHELL's PI!,
l of the since upset the traditional available rlrM i=11P N.Al 1 t., IVrWumar most Important fine.
fall this supply l Is not ; weevils feed. The
St"A1 I high winter levels, poultry- DRr.GnLANE'S
II% from other sources: factor in dusting is to secure

k1s' men who are members of Central of the California poultry I "To Insure quality every one of the greatest possible spread so that PILIj\!

t made Producers a aucceHBful effort to capture I the eggs brought into our fourteen pururtri111 fY0 xx FI FID'.pstcouo 4em every part of the plant will be
plants In candled before shipment.So covered.In .
'I a new and steady outlet for I for : of boll
h well has this reputation J J studing the activities
huge quantities of high!!: quality '' quality been built up by the asso- 7f PIAOa CIAn nnooe t>lAn weevils Mr. Grossman noticed thatas

eggs, with the result bugbear that of price the :1 I elation that now many eastern distributors _- = -i-----4 V I"L -lrLi iTi.TI they carried about on cotton JVm. J. JUFFK

stabilization, the I do not examine the eggs plants there was a characteristicdipping
an established
has become
poultryman, we ship to them, so confident are of the nout. This dipping

Ile In New fact York lu there California l Is a cooperative -I 1' they that the quality will be right. 11. IIOMU' YOU IIAVKHKION and the garage. Not only that but The exterior of the house pro- caused -snout- tip to become severed :Expert Watch Rep,;

+'; known an the j 1 "My reason of the organization : LOOKING FOB the house provides heat enough to vides for a shingle root In varie- with the dust. Folowlng this I

;, organization Producers: Co-opera- : of the Pacific Egg Producers, the keep the car from becoming too gated shades ot brown, wide cream observation, a large number of ing

? Pacific toe.KKK This dales organization. ', cost of handling eggs has been reduced (By R. C. Hunter & 13ro. Archta.,, cold In the winter months. colored siding and blue or green carefully planned laboratory experiments -
s live. Central Callforp -' from 60 cents a case to 24 New York.) One enters Into a small vesti- shutters. Another thing that Is were conducted. 'The

Qr, + i ; pioneered anHoclatlon by the of poultry men, ,!! cents. This, In itself: as a very This Dutch' Colonial home is bule and thence to the living room worthy of note Is the-unusual cut- snouts of weevils were dipped Into

p nln. to "capture" eastern worthwhile saving well arranged comfort and econ- Its fireplace and the stairs leadingup outs on the shutters-quaint lit calcium arsenate at short Inter- ENGRAVINGJEWELRY
a made plans 'I I of the co-operative tle pots with growing \flowers. a mor-
"Operation gave
the one hundred per- omy being the leading factors: in from the rear vals. These dippings
:>tW b outlet for production over 1'a- association has resulted In a com- governing Its creation. There is a double opening connecting There Is also the artistic weathervane tality rate ot 70 percent.

Lr ': t cent unplug Coast requirement. which plete stabilization of the poultry The peaked! gable over tile little living room and dining to give an added touch of Another set of experiments consisted -

l 1 ciflc poultry men were prl'- 1, Industry. Permanent markets entrance porch Is at once unusual room which permits of very pleas- charm. in placing weevils so thaton
California have been developed and the qual- The kitchen This is Indeed a home-Sub- the light they
The prime purpose was to and artlclic and It alone lifts the Ing Interior decoration. crawling toward
1 duclng. an all-year quality market ity of the product has been permanently house from the ordinary multitud fully equipped and with a neat stantial and plain yet with an would pass over a fine line ot cal- Hull Building

1t build which up would tend to stabilize improved. Market facilities inous Dutch Colonial that one little breakfast alcove Is at the air of grace about it that Is cap- cium arsenate thereby accomplishing -

to California poultrymenby are thoroughly established see everywhere. Then there is the rear of the dining room. tivating. the snout dipping themselves.

f. : returns providing demand for quality and the future of the poultry industry attached garage no going out ot The second floor provides three Complete working plans and specifications These tests gave additional evi- Starke Florida
'i In Central California Is absolutely the One simply bed hall linen may be obtained for a weevils become ,
month In the year. doors to get at car. good rooms generous dence that the
,2 ; eggs Through every good advertising and assured. There is no danger passes through the enclosed closet,, tiled bath and ample nominal sum from the Building poisoned by getting the calcium ..

good merchandising, the New York of a slump and consequentlyvalues nun porch that connects the house wardrobes in each chamber.all Editor. Refer toMIouse A-121. arsenate on their snout tips acci -
J the poultry
dependent upon
f ) market was captured for the trademarked t
stable.
44 ;t' "Nulald"' California and Industry are practically means should be prevented. as early r.s possible showing date

P Pacific Coast poultry products, > General manager John Lawler PROTECT YOUR The depredations of the house and county in which deer were
association -
ja r Z + ; even In face of competition from ,''of the Central California cat. which formerly were considered killed so that a complete reportcan
all personal equations
nearby Now Jersey, which Is no aide-steps the success of BIRD ALLIESDoes of little economic importance, be made as early as possible.

y IF. f mean poultry center. So ouccess- In discussing n..o.._ .nnl. have assumed a much greater Im- Two-thirds of the reports from
v' fat. has this eastern sales organl-' his association hut no pays a >c portance with the Increase in the deer hunters receivel in the office 'S
tribute to the theory of cooperative the "chirp chirp, chirp \ t
In Its operations that of the United show a substantial Increase In
c : d cation been marketing. Of this he says: tweet tweet, tweet" of birds sound feline population Sa
) handling all of the eastern It deer In the state.Commissioner .
to about 25,000,000.
It Is now States
q P and'' "It Is agreed by even those antagonistic good to you? Probably It would If calls
'J1 California Royall also
all bird
sales for each cat destroyed one a yearIt
market- of the
were more fully aware
to co-operative you
and In destruction attention to the hunters of the
co-ops terrible
Washington poultry would be a
Is sound An economic value of these little
that the principle
the near future, It l Is predicted, Ing Indeed. tact in making reports of deer
such as the Poultry friends. Insects and grubs are
will take care of all sales In the organization Especially should cats be confined killed to show the county as you
of Central California said to cause an annual loss of
east for the entire Pacific coast.I I]' Producers In the house during the nesting note from the list above we
conducted along business lines, 800000.000 each year, and an- will
f There is', a story ot determination season of birds. When the 114 reports received! the
and handling a ther $00,000,000 is spent tryingto
t as well as evidence of the amply capitalized young birds are not developed and office that do not show the county .
must necessarily be reduce this loss and keeping it
value of co-operation In the auci largo volume they are an easy prey to cats. Even In which deec were killed. This
ofnature's
to produce satisfactory\ re- as low as It is. Birds are one
cons of California poultry productsin able i beat agencies for keeping well fed tabbies cannot resist the record is very beneficial and Instructive -

1 the eastern markets. It. II. Mc- sults. i hordes of temptation to catch the young to the public as well as to
have down the overwhelming
association
of the
1 nemlos
for
field service of Game and
of
dlrecttr the Department
d Drew, endeavoring for years to find Insect life and were It not for bird.As
California poultry producers been have Fish
it Fresh Water
the Central would he unimportant as may
vulnerable spot which might them this loss probably
IIIVM thin to say about marketing some been considered, this is a matter of .
) f far they have much greater each year.
I I be exposed, but thus IeyVest State's crayfish
and price stabilization: and one that deserves -
stabilization has been an'' boen unable to uncover anything Since birds are such a valuable great Importance consideration. hatchery proposed for this place
: Trice association as aBound force with which to meet the invasions serious
factor In the success of to discredit the will bi in operation by April 1.
it j important one of Insect armies it la to
Formerly, I I business organization 1,010 DEER: KII.I.KI IN MTATfi!
producers.
our poultry them on their our own advantage that we give
keeps
prices were low that always PiLES COLORradiantasihe
in the spring egg I For
of large production and in. toes, making them pay a fair price them every protection possible. The Department of Game an

7 1 i because winter prices were for eggs" !Mr. Lawler predicts cooperative Nesting places should be provided Fresh Water Fish has complied
n the fall and I
besought and hollow KVRtllIT lOii.rjnljxlm
will where timber
because production was not memberships report of deer killed In Florida for m "Rainbo
i high the quantities of eggs for more In the future thanat trees have been removed from the past season and reports received drairirfot will refund your
and OINTMENT
fail
a so large If YAZO
'' and other large of land. Shrubbery b ; money
areas fol-
lu cold storage were also present. Finances from the hunters show the to cure Itrbinir. Blind Bleeding or
held .
I of the poultry should be planted for this purpose TOtrudine Pile*. In tube with
phases ( buck) killed: a total a
Interesting deer
( the +
lowing \ sea
held at high prices the Water forirlnking la pip. ISo: or In tin boa 6Oc.PAINTER'S Spring beckons I And8uickownen wiD greet
in
a "We have ,attempted to flatten I co-oporatlve will be given If and necessary bathing should be of 1,010 deer killed hi the state V VV in cars which take first place in rich, alluring beauty!
t; and make ,It more next article listed below In each county: hurt
I' out this curve provided in summer. Glowing colors-colors that rival the exquisite ;

't uniform. The result has been thatproducers i And most important of all, birds Brevard county 9, Broward 6, Citrus .the rainbow-colors as distinctive as the fleet, low lira
aver- 1 Charlotte county
I' receive a higher Coccidiosis Is county ,
should be protected from their Collier county 133 elf Buick bodies by Fisher.
for their eggs and consumers county 9.
r t ago price pay a lower average price DiseaseOf enemies The boy with the air Columbia county 2, Dade county 7, Not only in beauty, but in performance, too, Butt
I Deadly rifle, the gunner the rain storm Simon Pure Citrusand six'cylinda'
the 'round. Dixie county 88, Duval county 1, leads the way. Its famous Valve-in-Head
t "With year the growth of the egg and i Chicks and the wind storm and the house I Flagler: county 2. Oadaden county engine provides the thrilling abilities so highly dear*
Most
poultry business. It became apparent Baby rat all take toll ot birds. 5. Glades .county 1, Gulf county 7, on tempting Spring days.
be and by I Farm
; of this can prevented Gem CropFERTILIZERS
to
that facilities would have Hamilton county 2, Hernando Visit the Buick showroom and see the most colorful<

/6 r l I be developed for handling a huge Or Nlwuly Tells How toni H4't'olt. trol of the disease 20, Highlands county 3. Hendry Buick has ever produced. Their beauty will capw.*

y uli surplus. To meet this situation \ It And Advlm. l*. of The interior of the poultry house county 8, Indian River county 6. I 'Ou-4lld a demonstration make Buick yourchoi*
In
association established what Strict HunUatlon.Gainesville. washed thoroughly with Jefferson county 38 Lafayette
the should+ be )
.?.?.. eastern clear- .. Lee _CJlnAN__ t1tO'\t100'\!__ .. _r-r_iTi__>P; S119'to'l r I effect lies become -- hot water containing lye. men county 12, Lake CUUUiy II, ''' po PO'I" -- r---
Ing house and an auction market Fla.-One of the the houses and premises should be county 4. Leon county 5. Levy Are SPORT MODELS J1W to #1523M
of the Paclllo Egg affect f% 1 Mar- prlat /:..*. Flint. M rft., trwr.w.i..10M.ddeLT1'GILLh"o"ot )
the name which young 6 Liberty county ,
\under worst diseases thoroughly sprayed with a strong county ; plan, /r ''I Producers Co-operatlcve Inc., in chicks In this state is coccldtosls, disinfecting solution The Infestedsoil tin county 1, Monroe county 6, "TDIE TRiED AND CROP

I New York City. The association caused by an Intestinal parasite\ + should be turned under very Marion county 187 Okaloosa coun- TESTED"Our

f i pioneered this organization and and usually resulting InL high; deeply. Healthy chicks should be ty 6, Okeebochee county 6,. Orange BUICKREGISTER

backed it with sufllclent advertising death rate states Dr. A. L. Shealy, put on clean, new ground. Birds county 9, Osceolacounty: 37, Palm Brands are the Acknowledged

u 'I to gain distribution. 'veterinarian of the Florida Experiment that have died from the disease Reach county 5, Pasco county 1, Standard by which

k' "So successful has this orgaultatlon Station. should be burled deeply. Pinellas county 1, Polk county 5, Growers ot Florida have

} become that It Is now handling The disease Is caused by a microscopic Although medicinal treatment Putnam county 5, St. Johns coun- Judged all fertilizers for

f aF ; the out-put of the California organism which multiplies does not prove satisfactory Dr. ty 5, Santa Rosa county 1, SemInole nearly forty years. MOTOR C(

t f and Washington co-opt'ratl organizations in large numbers In the Intestinal Shealy does recommend giving a county 1, Sumter county 4, "Giving all we can for whatwe

and will, we expect, tract of the diseased\ birds. laxative every week or ten days. i St. Lucia l.Taylor county 63, Vo- get instead of getting all

t eventually take In the entire supply These organisms are later passed For this purpose Epsom salts may lusla county 54 Wakulla county we can for what wo give" STARKE, FLORIDA I INiR

of the Pacific Coast co-opera- out with the droppings.!!: Upon be given: at the rate of one ounce to 3, Walton county 7. la the policy of lv BETTER AVroHOBIMSa A HE BUILT BUICK wILL Bcj

tires.I reaching the outside the coccld- 100 four-weeks-old chicks. The Report of deer killed by hunters .
I "With a quality product available turn develops Into a resistant stage salts should be given In the drink- falling to state the county in THE E. O. PAINTER

j the association set out to da.velop It may live in the soil for a year, ing water. Potassium perman- which deer were killed 114. i FERTILIZER CO.

a quality market In the principal and be a constant source of Intec ganate may also be used In the Commissioner Royall requests JACKSONVILLE FLA.

- population centers ot the tion. Chicks become Infected by drinking water as a possible preventative that one killing deer that have not I HAMPERSI

east. This has been done with the taking the coccldtam Into the intestinal of the disease. reported it kindly send In report
result that In 1937 in the New tract through contaminated .
association because am offering for will sate *"*
York market the food or water. sale at price that L
of good quality returned an Diseased chicks show symptoms STARIE FOLKS By J. E. Corpenlng first clan Dean Hamper. mad from Hardwood four we .e

additional two cents a dozen to of weakness and loss of appetite., olid hardwood head. that. fit ...10.... two wire ol5Ple4

the producer In competition with They have a tendency to crowd head. Total weight. 4 1-3 ponnda complete.' Compare rati
GROWING POP DO. "YOU SUPPOSE WVOUR MOTHER PUT i, ep.II
4; from New Jersey. Inthls close together and are 'IOU I prices
themselves of
eggs theme Hamper wltU other, also mr
compare
( I ',' connection it should be under- very droopy. In the acute case a CHILDREN I'D GROW UP TO BE A UP TO THIS' TELL HER. j I I coked loT other. "

h stood that in taking eggs Into our :' diarrhea Is present and usually NEED GOOD SWELL LOOKING MAM MERE'S A DOLLAR. RUN I Less. than 25 at 20e each FOR 32 quart aad :38 qoart *

r ( c't hands we pay the producer the the Intestlonal discharges are CANOY POP! LIKE YOU IF I EAT HOOD/ ALoNG 1J ow SHE'S' I 23 for 4.7S for 82 quart .!.*. and $1.50! for 28 quart "1 I"*' '
market price as quoted in San streaked with blood. In old birds ? I "
_ f I Francisco. By reason of quality the disease Is less Revere than in PURE: CAN T7Y __ Y rVWAI"r'J6' FOR YOU AT I BO for ,..00 for 33 quart al.e.. ..d $S.OO for M q.ert "''....

In eastern markets eggs broughttwo young chicks. In these eases thereIs w I T.1 for !913.00 for 83 quart .I... and '13.OO for :2* qU ntt alt'I '

cents a dozen more than tbe great emaciation, weakness and y t fQRPEWNGSSTORE 100 for ,10JW for 33 .....t .'.1'. and K.OO for 28 qoaTt
'
price originally allowed and this i' general unthrlftlness. The comb DRUG I I 330 for $40.00 for 32 quart .le. ad ':IW.OO for 28 qapr' 'j'BOO ...

+ + was returned to the producer. In I' is pale and there Is general loss' of for TK.OO for 82 quart *le. ... 74MM for':28 q"art J

all this quality price, or what appetite.In A 1000 for ....3.00 for 32 quart lea ... $14O.OO for 3"BOOO q551'.

might be termed premium for attempting to control coocU -AND I NEED "for B840.00 for 33 part sleep ... S8OO.OO for :3 .asset

',- f quality, amounted to $600.000 additional dlocls it is very Important to prac- fSW RAZOR BLADES/ All abore f. .. b. Lawter. *!_ except, will dell".
t' 1 \ profit to our membership tice rigid sanitation since the droppings ..... ra,,,
1 ----- (SOOO) at any atatloa oa railroad la Baker, Bradford
9 in 1927. of diseased birds contalntha I Our duty to furnish standard drug and health sup chap .
or Clay Coaatle
'4'' t "One ot the principal achievements tha- organisms, which spread the dis plies is[ performed completely, graciously and reaCorpening'a Drug Store Th. oho.. .......... ... atrletl. f.r _.... Mr tlprice ... ?
ot the association was ease. If it Is at all possible the rill
y be 20e tralaat with dl.eoaat.
ao
,l establishment of Its own brand' sick: birds should be separated sonably. This Shop of Service is a fine place to liThe Service Store"

'. 'Nulald,* in the New York market. 'from the others. Frequent disposal buy little things that make
t a big difference in your J. L. HARRELL Lawtey FloH .
i p j" This was made possible because of the droppings is one of the life. Starke, Fla. ,

'f i the association baa a large and most Important items In the con- I I'
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Ltv MAHCH 80. ioaa __ __ __ nnADronn cocxrv TKI.KGKAPII. ..T.m.Ft.OntM .. . PAOR REYEN i :
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-- ---.- -- -"- 0' V.'nr support In .,iitit.tt and, ( will rnpljiiilatfd >., ton (110,11 l II\' M I.,'\'Mull( hi InlHhnfidud
must be turned to the right! so that POLITICAL 1 .. A It ,!Sl' 1'I HUKNCYfOUMTY (. : _i nil ,lt\t. TII,I. "it I .. .. .Kreinuin: .. 1t..I.. I
.
Beauty of Spring in the Land of the M" -"i'' r ''lf the left hand wheels are at least toM>IUIM-H.: II I HI' 3 .tt.lnlto I t.tlpiouttl"' 1 nil'!.''IIIi itf .,",\\'Hi"n their file n\Mrn In this hill uf.I -

he j eighteen inches from the road center AnnouncementsPolitical I I hiircby ann"um '' niy olf a candldnl ,I i'. I luir i It'h. I ,' owners. .of the I
.. ,' cnunti 1 u Hlmpli tit i' tli'into' and Prays '
for r. -i'!<' I Inn a n ) : : :. : : :;:
". before the cars meet ommlBSloner. dlmitut thr... If rpolvcted l.r a ili .ice ,r. iii. i clouds. qu let-
Horns must be sounded at least i I will omtlnun to irlviIlio I IIIUT till, and fon MI cheering and
announcements sire crash pnnple Bradford count a faithful i oliflrnilnir the tlflc 'to said lands to ,
100( feet In the rear by cars desiring In advance Announcements will be and efficient 1 pel'fnrnmncn of the dullen complalnnntn. and il..i cooIng that that '
others going In the run until the l primary at the follow.lng.prieea of the otTli, working nlwayx for comptnlnantK. hue and hol. a !wood
to pass : '10 aeh. except: district I the best. Intel ts. of the uuuro county an*) sufficient fen,, Hlmple tttla absolute i

same direction on highway and county 0111ce,.. |S each. .I. I.. lW1-iEjtiil! hand to said lands, aMiulllnir "

the cars In front must turn out to and right,ilecliirlnsr tltlo or void IniireHt. .mul, of all dtalms, t .
I ( oi >. rvI ( ff1"It"10"1111 ul'r. 3I anf and
I the required distance to permit Foil S1IK.H1KP I hololiy. aiiiioiintiinvmtr it < ',''Ii.aiitai all other persons, flrniH itndal corpor I' f
I .. foi' tounty ,..loinmlnHlimt I 'IK11 lone therein ',
1 I those In the rear to [man!!! I announce my candlilmy. I I: I a'Ut No, 1 5. i'omprlelnir" I Itrookti, i IInd IT IS THRItHFORK oHDERtll' .

1I Stops for convenience or repair for nherllt hpruliy of liratulford counlv. slat). V> \'' RivetIf I nlectcd I piomlx" .. nfaithful that yiitl.. the said defendant, nam.,1 I
I at the untl ettli'lvnt. poi'ftirmu ii Mof ''' .r not "mimed known or it"Ic nown.
be made on public highway ject to the action of the voters .
must not primary. of June 5th. If elected I the .1'U ties of the otlli' '", anil will i i absent concealed, non-r..hl'nt or I
where possible to such an extent promIse the cUlseiis of the county : wink for the. lifxt' Inli-rtHtw. ot (Iho otherwise.. rIB appear to the bill ofcomplaint I.I;' ,

that the wheels nearest the rllotent law. enforcement impartially nuntyKim. 1t"'rc-.I. :r I'::.'! 'nr htffore so Monday exhibited April alta In-t ynuon S
2nd A. '.
applied to one and All Your support
I n ISIS. before Circuit\
center of the pavement are not will be npprpclntrilW l'OiiuillMlfliiISel.: I the Court of ,,
the side of the MITCH UPWARDS, I I".h)' Htinounce ntVHelf HM nuandldate HiHilforil County, Plurldo, to atmwer t 4'
foot on to I lie enld hill of
over one I for la-electlnii as county. complaint so ex II.
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:iiinilMHloni: > from dlxlilct: No 4.Hiiniptiin hibited HKSInnt falllnjir Which
c.> r
pavement. I hereby announce myself A candidate I ThciOHHa) and &Urulinn.1 aiul 1 1It a itooren. of I this court will be enterod ,
All motor vehicles and others : for 11>-p\loot Ion to the olllce\ 1.1.1. will onntlniie to !give a..hint :von .
right hand aide : of KhorlrT of Bradford. county. If 10- the county the best service I am The Itradford County Tel".ra"h. ,,
the
must drive on lectet I will. n.. In the punt, spare capable of I Hollclt vour vuppoit Ht rulillBhrrl' 1 In Htaikn,, Hrmlfiild 001111- ,
of the highways) unless when passing no pains fl In the full dlschaiice of thelutl the on mary June 6th, :the; I ... Is lierohy\ : daslirnated' as 1 II"i''
> H the olllcn. 1 nrnestJy tm- U. W. IIINSOX newspaper tn which I tills noticeand
cars In trout. licit tho of the voters In the order shell lio pulillnhnd olio, a i ". g .

Ji No l log cars, tractors! well ma- ensuing primary Respectfully. ('oriiin.. niHrmcT( :alwinU week for four' consecutive weeks. I IMM ;,

c .. iinoa.__ steel_ tired vehicles other J. Epp1flm4tv4_ "'',' of II I. AiiKtln'I take: this NVIT.SJfOsm I ,.t /* t.- -mv i.. ....hand_,.,_ as. clerk' :and--. I, '
...n method of nnnovim'Init i IIM| cit' flu ltlgtiy '" Nnai court *
than ordinary farm wagons or FOU SIVTI! IIH! .\'I'on for constable of Juxll.i-. I the l*<>a
r t vchklos or machines dlHlrlct I N u. 2, nnd. sol.I"ltI"I ,. nupport ,
buggies, nor other To the rvmociatlo Electors!! or of I ho voleiN In the !> likely to damage uHIl- ur- Fifteenth Senatorial DlKtilct ofb'Iorita. to he held Juno MhNourr. a 'k of Circuit eourtjtrauifairi t'
Florida.\
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rnxpoitfully solicit your County .. j.I j.
I ,
must be operated on Hy C. A. kNIOIIT.Deputy: .
faced roads nomination I In Juno DEl I
i.iYLV support toil' : or MII'II'H: a ir.llctvbx : '
state. for saId Cl.. ... ,
of tin- Mtuto 8t nator
paved highways wary ati your
A. S. CUBWSSolicitor
tha counties -
:: Operators of motor vehicles or District of I'M,' \\hlch Ion nml einnriuoit UindfordKVKUHtT.M I notice I IH. [(I h','ii uiult i nnd for Complainant .

vehicles must! atop at all JOHNS by vlituo I I i>f tliut coitaln I final I (ictieo, :i-a-st-a-ao. '
1 1APPN Mqp iqq other .

PRlwcN QSCWINQ'o4SCoThq i. TS'EES IN QJE86Q grade crossings designated as dangerous Foil TVX: : COI.LKCrOUITnvlngr ;'I"t'"u'lihj"I; ; ",cc"I"inailo: Circuit by tlii, In Juducu:and foiI :of: \1 tW'I'laS'as' 'S 11.11

? by the Stats Hi ad Department I"("I\lfol',1 I'ouiily. Klorldit on tin1JJnd '
watchmenare been. urged by my friend! danf March A. l>. lOIS In Nntli.. IH hereby given hat under,
where gates; or nml oclintr that: I am duly qftaltflml. favor I lie Kiuternl. Ijinit Hunk of Co- and by vlitue I of that certain Final l
not maintained mul such stoppage 1 hereby announce myself R candidate fit itthi. nnd tag..lust It.nhhIH., Imciee of eclnenra, mnd Feh-
for OiTtca of County Tax: ('ollf nancy nth A. D 193 hy Honorable
feet Anno. KlHoll llnhhltl I lila. wlf< I IrvpvVIcnliiK '
must be not less I than ten <.tor for Hrndford County. Florida. and Nick NUi.lan, her, huts- A. V' ""ilK. tuilire i.f ''he MlKhth Jtalt. ,-

; nor more than fifty fi"et from the mihjort to the Dumocrutio 1'rlmary. 'bitnil defundunt 'I') ii a' undci-, :., "lh.t t : ;;&'\" :ltftlr irldn: act log f'lklnM ?[ T
rllrectlona nuxt" June slemd, nn Kporlnl I MuMtoi. will I of. and llonornbla A.
and look In both TonODTB.I ) !]. ,
11:
nearest rail W: fi.i foi "nlo In front nf (lie Mouth \ .luiluo of tho faith Judicial ',

for the approach of trains. I limn' of I the Ciiurt. I 11 i on HP I In St at rk.., 1 Circuit: Iitudfmd; :: :County. Florida I ) a

hereby announce myself a cnnttlrtlate I'Mol i I Idjl. het\\"t.n m It t H. in. .nml I J p'. III. who IH dlKiiunllfled toait, In thatceitnln ,
$ *'-m' TinT"ion I for the nltlco of Tax Collector on .Moiid.iv May 71 Ii. ltl2't!):! I the 1 i cnune uheicln IMwanl: Hum Q QIs
iJ11z 1 4'k AVoiiMviiK ( of Urndfonl County. I solicit theIWerr It I g brat itnd best. bidder for carh a ltit compUilnnnt, I and; Julian I 1*. eek! 'S
riiiusTMHBBMMM the voters ot the' ('ounty.' fiilloIIIM I : dttgctlli, ,l I"'UI.I"t I>', I lylnM i Clara U I'ock hIs wife, and M H. ,, I
M JjP nml promise the falthfutiischarge ; : .and hi'lnir I I In lliiidrmd iiiuuly I ', Kloidii. IMwnulK.: are defendnntH (its, underiKiied ,
it 5 Speiilul I MiVMlii', will I I I Hell
,
of the duties" of said 1 office 10-wit : .
'. G Easter morning, April ii. 1928 :$itt,I hii-iust quill tor .1? te $,,i,(Ilit9.l.IhItltt.t for tn sit, tn> tho hliffhcnt 'and I best bidder 4 ,
a ,. In. front, ot tlc Court, ItoiiMn. door
ot a i C. A. KNl .
will witness the InauKurntlon \\ rat tiuititui' of HoiithuuMt I nuniUiuf :In: Starke, liradfnnl (:W.IItYh: Florida. :
) on Mnndttv! April I 2 i tIN, t '.
Crusade with Christ In ",111Iev\! (' >t'\' rv .I.tUHo1 Man'tlmi fi, Townnhlu* 7 Houlh.Hnnico f
ot that I will lift a 21 l.aMt: : .t iso Noith half nflite ilurlnur, I he Innral. hour of sale, for
people l I hereby announce the nf ..ntl..rvln unld I FlnnlDBOrvu
million young
oHlcti purpoHe
eral onnOliluto for re-vl.*cllon 1o the I Ninth half I of Non ii vest <|iiiirl< r
: America, are expected to share. of ('ou.'y' Jmliro of Itrailfonl" Count and I the Noithwewl. q 1 1I""I't of I the. Iho following destilhedIn ,
youth tv. t..t"rhl, subject to tha Dnmourntla .5,,,"'Ih.'II..t iiunitpr .,f Unction' R, Tiv p nil H. Ivlnir anti ttein Stark. ,
:
1 Practically every Important Primary to be held I 6th. 1V2M. 7 Hiiutlt. I ICuiiKH, 31 I IliiHt tontnlnliiK t I llrndford (.tlutnt. y. > r.lanT -\ n:
of the Protestant denominations Y6ur kupport will be npl're..I...,...... I HO HI..I..'... IIIOIK 01.' lllHN All i that. lllmk. located In the t
-- --------j group united m-o A. IlAHllINI.:1\: J, I.. "'H.\'.I'I'J: Town tit ttaritH. liotindiul on the I .
= Is allied In thin first '..lasterS.'licitui North liy Madison l street
Hpetlal
. 'PR.JCtr OFWAUS' E.'f. ??/INCl4 .-s muvi-iui-m wiLuiii m in _'I'.r.. aM..w .... ,,,.. ".... uP"''S.,".'.'..... "J ..,.,.!..:...- --e" ,_. Oi.: illS on NtitTfl thaJSinetl.urnytttii 01! S J

I young peol0Ihe I hereby. annoiinoo to the public fin Ciimplalnnni I mrect: and, on the Westhy ., t, 4' 1
a lent upon the tree the bustle and stress ot our modernera fought tor as elsewhere; Christian churchos It- Is predicted thnt I nm a cnndldata. for lbs oltli... _ _ _ 3-TII-BI-4:i \ Miinnin, ntruet Name beIng I In theNorthwest ,. C'.
v ". thc lap I I. loliplnict does not exist It Is a part of that Quebec Is lovely I la May, especially that 4,000,000 or more of Tax) Assessor. subject to the will ; quarter: of the Southwest .' .

t DL j blade and not an ear ancient country of Acadia and 1C is during tbs Canadian Polls Bong and attend the Easter of the voters at the coining l>emo-. >OIKI! 111 ....:K1IINMI: :quarter. : 1 of Hecllon Twanty-elg-ht' (II) L '
,nl from Winter's keeplnn this young people will ratio Primary eloctton! to l h. hold LIII.IIMOIIXN'otKe Township Sin (all. South Hang- :
| held
Festival year
one of the most beautiful provinces In Handicraft ollloa Idnt., .
meetings which Jun 5, 1112*. In askIng for this! Twenty-two. (23)) .
11'< a something In the air' the Dominion of Canada. There Is no from May 2427. At the Chateau sunrise prayer thousand will 1 urn tliorouxhly, fitml- IH hereby I veil' that all 1>. n. KNIOIIT .*t.4 :

'thing her*.. a mnethlim thcra, part of Nova Scotia more permeated Frontenac one Is transported Into will be held In several liar rllh"t the,l duties I pnrtnlnlnKthereto creditors:: I.PKiitefM. 1J1| | '" soil and, 1 "Rpeilnl" Master In Chancery, S I. '. t'

mi nomelhlnn verywheraring with poetic legend and historic lore past decades seeing the work of the cities and villages throughout and promise If .lecl..l.until l of-I (all I I puiHuii. inivliiK: I II"it ins, 'aKitlnntth I A R. 1'I1I1' Wtl. lit.e.
In the leaping' !I" which the 'will discharge the duties of Mhlate ot Kate I.lvlnKiton us- Solicitor for Comulitlnunt. Pfi
than the Annapolis Valley. Windsor habitants as they ply their shuttles North America! and In lire In the same oersnnal.ettlelefltantI ci'iiMidt, era herebv reiiulrtul' pmseiit 3-2-6t-3-.10 '_,

resurrection of nature Grand Pro and Oaspereau. They were ot dlstatts The musical programs are Crusade will have Its first popular : courteous manner that 1 have their tlalnm I duly aiilhentlcntt'd' -- :. .
boon
I is a will I u
lQ of the early French Canadians. the collector's dutlenand to thn llnnornlila( II.I ..,. A. ilai"diner, I ,
nature also awakens to centers of events in the early history those coma to make your' 1100'1'11'1 10 111'111'1'01111 AN" (tuii: 4 ,
nnn when you Itrndfiird County. ,
acceptance.In the Jon Cinintv J nil nt I
originally gut '
over 1 1 Oil'14
kipes A utory of a bentirn seaf of the North American continent. for habitant melodies brought co-operation with the Worldwide rot ,' llve me.. trial I will apprtnlnte Florida, for lilff npproval 1 within I one ; t '!

f when the riM.... m the French explorers visited this section by the French of early days. the local It, and will hoW my npproclatlon vi>ar from dam thvieof, or this nu- -. '
Christ uarnuvtlylollclt
given far back 1604. It Is refreshing in this age to bave a Crusade for by my work I that xvlll be livid In lull t thereto, mul NOTICE, I I. herobv frlven to all
innllr the ouddinn ul ui v a. as of the Hupport. Creditors, heirataas. dlntrlbutees t
of the old world. Endeavor Society your nil p."iiMonM Indebted to tho said eMtiito i
ttien the riven sing a .oug:. oln Quebec Province In Spring Is equally little of the peace Christian Stiirke will Most $incereiy.30. W. 1IAYF.HI a rat required, to pay, their snldd and nil perHotiM 'linvuitf claim .m .

| and the t>It1. Add their songsvoice. I lovely and especially the rural districts and Quebec la impregnated with an Presbyterian church, <*ht" rot with to tho underMlKiiodndiiilnlelriitor. n KH|nut the. IXntn. nt henry Y. a .1 i .
the fortified Old-world atmosphere of romance and pastoral sun-rise meeting on Eas- hereby announce that I ..mil canlldute This a.lrd: day uf Brown. 'ueiiHed, ute hereby. requlreil : f.7 "
of little children In near hold a of to their' claim! ,
prvonnt duly
I the which Inn to the nl11c )March, 1IIJNtinonnn. *u-
reelocl
quicken
or country lanes.mh city of Quebec. Old Norman farm- beauty. Spring days ter morning at 7 o'clock to for. of taxes of DrndfordBounty : ) (11. I.IVINOSTONAilinlnlntrntor t thentlcatdd.I to the Honorable 0".)
and Beauty can Be houses sprawl along country street wanderlust. and with the first notes ls Invited county, UMtteHHor Florida sublet to thewish. A. J Spring > .
of the meadow lark and robin the everyone at the coming lONlute: of Kill"' vlntfBlon, c'otinty. Florida within onayiiar .
miles shrines are manyIn youth of the voter
] everywhere. It I. in the coun. tor Wayside attracts and "Only the call The Crustule Ideal! for a election, and solicit yourHiippuit ::1 I.8,[1-101-5. .:J5! ..I I"let'onMiilMllllll 1 from 'I"I'r: for his ap- I !
iu' it la Ideal. Here one can this devout province. Glimpses country flit devoted to EviuJKeltsm! ; primary. In asking for i*loctloii, tdo iirornl or thin. notice wlll.be held Inbar ,., .
the nlling of the soli the are had through quaint courtyards or of the long white road to the movement Citizenship rnootd of conrtooiix. rfllclnnt I)I' ?t< II(ml)I. iii: .("IONS' lh ronf. And nil person Indebted e .I _
I Christian on
to and *o to I the said. Urown
beckon* the Henry Y.
wall" lures and: World Peace rvli'o to :
their horizons helpful H _
pi; and planting' that the eartb narrow galleries of .women at UllE'IlS' wllhliv tho., and oonnty. andKhould JoJ..t..to i: are requested to pay their I" __ ___
beautiful
field for the nt ".f man. spinning wheels. Here as In sections the unknown places developed \people of Itrndford T will cuntlnua Uy the power wstnd: In them: I thin said. dells forlhwllh' tu hue under- t'' _

nf Nova Scotia time la apparently not [! ..__ _ Endeavor societies and you favor ins, helpful sorvicra Hriiiiil of Public, I I I liiHliuctlon. I nfItradford nlKtiod, Administratrix I a ,
i_Scotia. Is detigi) i for there !: Christian to Rive you thnt Hiinia County hernhy call .1.-! .,
internationalconventiolt Very ro.p.tfuly. Till t the fIt ft day of February' 1 28.IIKNUI12TTA g ,,
the pant.
the In : : _
given hull Cas-'
unions following I bay ( tlniiH to be In Hampton, I : ItltOWN and I I:
of this young; people's.retnIxatiofl WA1NWUniT: on, \Vooillawn, IIr..h'I11'ev I it I vetS, liAUHA WYNN I IIINTON i b '. 't.
I Strange Substitutes for Sugar in Earth's Far Plac'es Cleveland lastsummer. ____ N nml. Mitniiimiii Mpnclul I tux ",'ii not dlHtrl -10-9t-4-B _Administratrix. ( .. Siil'ut.2
,.__ la |. ,.i, MiitnrilHv. Anrll i. 15CC. Iueltnt
I. n
n.n ".' i P1111.10'
convention was attended MI'E1llN1LI1tcilia: (ll brett IrtiKlAoH. anil assess. (hue,
the bowl In The \ C'I'IO'lIn mllltiKre' I for hue next two yearn Vor !
In of Europe sugar forr..ol..cllon
ports by 17.000 young people, nnnounclnK a* a candidate :the I piiipono, :of liciblliiff: KH.III, electlmiM:
filled with sugar understudies made ot 80- to thn olllca\ of Huporlntvndnnt are nniiolnted, us followsIlitinpton In Circuit Court TwentyalxtltJudlclnl ; I '

from potatoes and even grapes. representing: a constituency of T'ubllo, InHtrurtloii, ofUrndfonl niniinKeiH 0. llavnen, J. W. VVlUturmiii : ; Circuit, Bradford County, lit

"Beet and cane sugar are the principal 000( young people's societies In the county, 1 promUn: : If reflected. A. M WI lilt,nut, ;; (....Oll. 11.a .FlorlditBradford. .. '
; faithful porrormanue County Hunk
The ., the mime I. Ald..r'\lAn. II J. AMarmnii, II 1'.
reliance of Americana wbo are churches of North America. ot the duties. of thin olllne ami In Kortitnr I' Wooillnwn .1. M. Hoiilei*. a corporation. .. : S
consumers of the to spread'; to maintain. nu ftrat nn Interi'nt nruhitm, l-lalnllff !
,
the champion sugar movement Is expected to during. I 'arl. Illlllnrd.I .1. H Norman I
; world with a per capita average ot Christian Endeavor the welfare ot the rhlldrin\ In I lbs C,. I''i>KK, H' I 1)a. WiiKdln, J. II HIIInim VIILymlln
other lands for the next four yearn an 1 htvo: : :vew Itlvvr: II VVndr WH, O t Poet: Charles It. Qelsler I
more than 100 pounds annually The movement, 1 hereby Mollclt I yonvoto. Curt / and J. 11/ Lawrence
l Is a world-wide pant. I II I, M !Moody \Vynii.; Hninpnon ,
WtOUINS r
t beet fields of the United States con 109( countries 1C. II. .1.1 I.. Wynn' Center Kite, c. M. I'lill- DefendantsTO If' ,
of beet haying members In .... ( T/YMAN O.I I'HDT: : CIIAnTA11n.
tribute about 1000.000 tons denominations. m'seir a can- 11\| ChalimnnII of 80 announce T,. ,V. Ktr-KI.rTP.lt.
one-fifth ot t.benation' and in churches I hereby IN'S
about AND ANN
OTHlSn PKItHONti
yearly. or ,
sugar : of Buporlntand- ,
to for thn orllce II WKKIINM. MBCtctary '
I Important iitnta! ,"A
TiittmSi'i'r': )
Particularly affiliation of ent of 1'iibllc,subJect InHI ".to
this! International County Rth. 1 eartiestlysolicIt notified that the above styled suit
youth therefore, I In the objective the primary June and support, and If :\ wan instituted. In tho nliovo, styled
brotherhood.It your Vote a fair court nn (lie gSlli day of January AD. ,
return
'In
of world peace and l ctd I promise admlnlntratlon: of the In Circuit\ (''.urt. TwentySixthlinllcliil :; II I IOU, rand on that day a Writ of t
,j is expected. however. that in the ind Impnrtlnl olllcn davutlnir mv (I I Circuit I I : I Ilradford County, uttiiLhtiieii was duly uNtied therein 1
the affalrM of the ; advancement I (r'lnildn In Chancery. and Jovial by the sheriff I nf Brndfuirl '
,, spirit of the Easter season and time I and energy educationHuiipnctfullv to the i Mrs.; M: (Teresa! ; ) l.evltcn JnlnoilI county, Pliirldn' on the 2Iilh day t ;i .

1'entacostal period that! follows of the cause of ; I At l.nvlton, her hUKlinml. find of January A. I.). 1U2H\ :! upon the following l ,
: UIM PPM next,, fitunil!, und !"!'iienul n Hi'tr- dnHcilbod real estate InIliiuiroril "
youth A.J.
the first emphasis will be on [ liller, i oiinty, Florida, 'l't). .VITjIll'L'ikt'L'y
Including; 8\11'h goals: I rPHptctfully annoiincB thnt I ama I Complainants. i: OF CHAULia; 1CUIMSLKIt .
evangelism
candtlute for the olllcn of CountyHtipttrlntHiident vs.CI.Irgas. ': J'I
I 14\ as church attendance study of the of Hchnoln' Htibjett to W. Coin, et at.liefomlaitlH The 1 Hi,in Ih half" nt Southwest nuar "u l Yg t

; and ot the Hlble and : th. rll h'.. and regulations of the I I rer of NorthaiiHt quarter' except the l iii
Christ
life of to be hold on (lit lie nnd Onlrr In !liiU i to 41,11,4.lIle
ffiAr1 and nemocrlltlo primary \Vest Flvo ,,,'rn... The Wast half nf .g, j
In
preparation for membership .Stub I Sth, I feel that I am lit everyway rio. Norlhenet quarter ot Southeast j ,. ,
the church. Christian qualified to give th(; dutloM} nfthi 'J'O Oonrl4'V.. ('uto' iii...", 11..1 II. quurtwr,' and the Northwest. quarterot NI 'S le/
1 usefulness to elllclont: and competent HerIco 'I'hi,,an Iaon. JolUl Iariy Jolt It.lIorI.y Moiilliennt' quarter all l being Inflection ''ii '
ollkce 'i
: \ citizenship will be given proper ,' > PledKlnn a full and! faIthfulilschiraA J. J/i. J'arhty.. Joseph" (I. Atvnrrs .- Two (41, TownshIp; EIht '
of I tho "(- .;. Aiviuro., 1'hemirupc SI. jg
dutIes .
In view of t the
IMI.) SuutK flange Twenty two (22)OF
I attention particularly to the let of my ability. I reHpuctfully : lice .
: national election this fall ask your support.ltoepacttIliY .n" ..on. Hhnon Uu"k..n1"lIntlr. ,
'f: : ; of the the lie icigh National IIILn k r.YMAM o PFI'1T'I'het :
'
Young people will study citizen- I'. '1'. fAWIlOltfLF.UiC : : ; r I! :1 ].L..1.! '.'? Northeast iiuarter of Northwest u :' ,. ,' "
is- _:!otj. ,: n"'n ,i i"i'iy'j quarter nf Seat.Ion Twelve) dill I s. -
_.. will. dlxCUSS ,, UtitlU
-ut ?allnn. and.... j .
West half I of weatnt
I BUIll tjuvntI'J&iv a : 'I 'V: .r"H'I: ,ij'mtnri'1; ; ; .
Law : rinni: ('ouu'r of A. ter nf NurtheiiHt, IIft'.trh: : ; ; The Mouth
goodgovernment. If
I either
ot : tha voters Cater und Company
sues 1 hereby announce to strong half. of Norlheniit' qiirrter, and the
1lNMOr,1E/jQl4 \ enforcement as that I nni a candidate of thn above are llvlnw or In ox- .
and County
TYradford HuutlmnMt quarter' nr Section Twentythree ,
observance : ,
| of Clerk of Circuit iHfaime and I 'If dead', or not In its- -
the olTlce II ai ot theWi.tt
will be em- for It' < ) 'i'Ii II West half
to \ I Its
> grateful their nr
practical pnrtlotlsm I hall hot very tance then I his her, hult of Suction Twenty-four
Court. '
JTAOO-Sugar the world over i I phasized. Those quail lied as vot- everyone for their support. and held vote on holri'. leKiilnvH, icruritonn, devlaaos. or, :, ( ); Thus North half of the Noith i iIt

pa oddest range of substitutes I to partrklpiite In at the primary election to be havingsarv'l HiicccKHorH legal' reprenontntlvew flrniMaritl halt. of Northeast quarter' nf Northeast Is '
ers will be urged; Tuesday June 6th. 138. itNNlirriM, and to all perNonff. quarter. of faction "wooty..lat2111 .

universal commodity accord- primaries and In elections. the County In thin capacity : porntlons: whose name( residence ( nil belnaIn' Township Eight _
with my nt huNlnex aI Unknown
Harry R Austin of I In familiar or plum .
secretary _
8 Religious leaders of the nation already everyone support will be all|| to complainants, tInt, are lu- I ) South Itang-a Twenty-two (22)
Beet Association In ; work, and your I'You
Sugar development of appreciated: by mo. I tereMted In Ih", ." certain pieces or t.
Iresi here. 1 have watched the the more continued faithful. nervlce parcels of land 'lylnif and beIng InHiark nnd each of you are herebyreqtuirsii 1
the with great interest promise ALKKHMArTron Urndfonl county, KlorMil, to appear, In eald cause. on
apao Nipponese whet their this Crusade o. W. : follows, tu- Mondny the 2nd. duty of April, A n ,
| tooth with mlbaume. a sub- The suggestions having been made known and described us 1112*: and, therein fall not or Judgment ; : .
tittrilEeE1'ATIVI1I : '
made from rice" said Mr. convention! by tha public Wit : Six a anil will he entered against you.
fcn the Cleveland! announce to > The West half of Ton
: hereby It In ordered that thl I. notice b*
"This far east relative of the Itev Daniel A. Poling D.D. presi- that I am n candidate 1 for Itepresentatlva subjecttn niKht: (81) of Itlock. Nineteen (I 0) as otMlurki' piihllHhecl! In the Bradford County 4
Town
[family in an amber colored. Societyof of Bradford Countv i>"i' original plat of th a. week for Two
i'ojiiCitpll price;
like ; 'Qqv,1Z dent of the International the will of the voters at the corning the pun.. .. being A strip or ,
materiaL When exposed J there was I liemocratlo Primary election to land K2 1-2 test wide Dimt: and West! month. Z.Adkln .
Endeavor
Sir for any length of time. It Christian be held Tune 5th' 19Z*. In intir'itingyour bv lor( fe..t Ninth and Hi.uth.I bniind- WITNKBt; the Itonorabla' A. t:
J mto a sticky liquid resembling a-period of waiting to determine It I I support.. I promise' If alerted i'll| on the North by liuulu of Ilrail- *. Judge, a* also' U. W. Alderman "

4t the churcheswere true and faithful. 1'vlr.lv" ma a furd County Hank and .1. T TloavoH1 Clork. und the seal. of this I '
requirements. This dome tao.- tho young people trial I. 1 will try to make my record now I>. C. JoneM on the llimt bylandH I court at Htarko' Bradford county, t'r
Chinese use sorghum which customers In Arabian colonies. This be materially Increased ready for hearty participation curb that at the expiration. of my or A M Darby; cm Iho Houln Florida, this Ihn iCth day cC Jan- _ _
1 resembles the variety produced like the rice sugar of Japan. does not output could assured such enterprise. The sug I term you will .say to me, well done by ArndlNon, Mreet and on the Went uary. A. D 1il 8.W' pnMAKClnrk S
ItT> :
If American beet farmers were in faithful servant.t Walnut streetnilKIJTINO >
It runs and by
weather good '
Welana
In warm thou
t Raisin sugar la the crystallze. a continuing tariff protection Insuring I gestlons bore fruit in the request earnestly solicit your support. : : You and each of yon Circuit Cuurt tl

DQ> sweetener of central and like syrup. : from the competition of of societies and discussion 1. T. I1AHNES, are hereliy notified that you have. A, 5. CHKW3Altrirney ,
11 the list of them of hunderds ..ulthr"rht for Comnalnant ;
contributes to to
Asia. Quantities of this "India h.m named defendants a ) ,
low f,
under t1.IM.'f
foreign sugar produced for further Information M Ti) .romp f.vI- .tj .
with a I by Mrs (
tare substitutes groups myself a candidate .
pc shipped to the United natural sugar 1 hereby announce ..1' _
and living standards. of enlisting of 1tt.. .ntan _ _
IB from palm trees wages the manner the ornee pren '
fifty pound Una for use bj product concocted --_ as to ... ._for..._ .*> T.MIT. ,,_.I..lu".. .. _,. and __ __, 'lit
In the Crusade ana carrying ILD MV(9 in ThU I'r.nfldCntly Ab the -support or''


TOR VEHICLE COMMISSIONER horses become property frightened.The life or .limb of I:, Ideals denomination worked Into ont action.* gave their their Twenty-five own approvaland yoUflpeople' county.the Tiemocratla rely-electors upon J. I. of PRAZE2E Brad ford i YES: We can charge your 8 HRS''



persons must not be e... angered by programs III harmony I herebv announce myself a* ncandidate I STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's II
office
reckless driving. for nomination for th- -

WOSES TO EDUCATE DRIVERS Operators of cars must not ex- with It. within The Christian these various Flndeavor denominations tur.BN from repreitentatlve Bradford county the, '...KIoIl'-1 : _

ceed twenty-five miles an hour In societies engaged to the action of the r>. .. I ,
already 6t h. 112S. If
are to he held Jim
'"'.ment to educate the mo- eliminate the "road hog"by appealing residential sections fifteen milesIn 'In this Crul'lade.Vllh elected mary I prnmlff faithful and conNdentlotis Starke
therefore
and forty-five service anti respectfully I
P 'lIe of Florida In the I to the motoring public to business bectlons the meetings throughout the continent solicit the support nf all Tnoi-rntlc Garage
observe miles on highways, and In making will T N KEN.DttirjCmfoil :! Pla
f >It! ;erring strictly the laws familiarize Itself and carefully most regard the width on Easter, the Crusade y".r. .

'. Kb. the various laws. such speed of Interdenominational of ItltiISIIA-
ways to Insure more enter a period IItPI.nv"on:
in the departmeflts raffle and use of the highways( ) I I by 'rio. -
to The laws as shown well carried on
motorists has In- effort as
been that I am a candidate _
Lights In front 'and rear must T hereby announce j .. 00-- -:--
-
deal with I : :-
.1 1 Endeavor .
'
b
W. F Allen state mo- compilation. 'the groups ot Christian for the office of supervisor '
,,10-1 of those at the be placed on the cars the front gathered Into of registration for Bradford county.If : ,
the required age who are I ,
commissioner.n best
be such that they maybe societies elected I will give my very I '
.\ recklessness, speeding, lights to [ with young ; out the duties
has drawn a list of wheel. and county unions effort toward carrying:
up [ city
laws on the subject, and stopping on the highways and so : aimed and to control the brakes the car must at people In charge. These local unions support of thin at the office Jun.and primary( solicit your J. R. DAVIS & CO.INSURAICE

'II," publish them In pam- forth. Briefly the laws compiled all be adequate times. The front lights must such as the .one In this section and- U. n ,WAf.T, _

form and distribute them are: for at least 200 feet hold numerous religious MKWIIPIt! srHOOt IIOtll. I.MTnitT _
be risible
''I"UI' under 14& must drive a assist la welfare a
the state No one die.tance. social meetings:
licensed and tile) dimmers used at that I hereby announce my oandldacvn
ompiiing the laws and In- car unless accompanied by The claxons of cars must work and in local missions, carry a member of the school board ''i __

'he campaign for more chaff eurs of the car owners. of the Christian message Into hospitals from District No. i. and will sjlva ,.
shall bring be In working order to warn the duties nf the office my very best
In
'he Persons driving cars and are active fit to I
department. Mr. Allen and prisons attention It the voters sea

Fd< la pursuing Its policy-of their motor vehicles to a stop signal Immediately their approach.All motor vehicles. must slow various citizenship and community I elect will me.he Your appreciated support Is If poIirItsdand 1>. MAY I AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 "

e at a request or The new Crusade willInten.IfY ,
established by that dl- horns when projects.
their
and sound '
''If state government when It from one driving horses. and also down crossings and extend this type of MKMIIFIt (,'tlOOf. HO tilII. IIMT.Iheret a''

ned some time ago. stop cars to allow such teams to approaching roads obstructed railroad highways\ | service not only by Christian En- for y announce member of myself the a Hchoolbnnrd candidate ; STARKE FLA.

other such precntioii cross Dlnfrlct Nn 5. If re-elected
department and exercise other peopleNth'
hopes to de- pass. 4eavove> but by young I.
ed' .llhful .sr.
forth. ; .fmtHR -
.'J''* number of accident em and operators of wrMfi'.uaif' rare an*m,so, M.I.: 'fIWjIf' 'T Dre4 tR. ..' charge* f MMwe- Of r ws ITf: cWIrs 0/ this olSee.a _...; -_-_ ___ __ : .... -... I '. ; _

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''i rear KIOIIT UKADrOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAIIKE. FLORIDA FRID.1Y, DL1 .
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:......................: to the home of Mr. Alvarez,' father nlgiit. These meetings are held mer months.
: } Bradford Telegraph I Pastor Raymond will preach at
County : RisingIx : M J. Alvarez Saturday evening, In religious observance of Passion PIne Level on Saturday_ next at CENT-fil A
J'il and Sunday it laid to In
Established 1877 Knrninn Cor. i was rest Week, the week In which Christ
the family burying ground at Con 11 a. m., also on Sunday next at
$ ........N..............1. ner cemetery.Mr. was arrested, condemned crucified -
COLUMN
3 p. m. ,
: '" '
and rose
:, Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class-J I Mr J. K Norman of this section and Mrs. Tate Crosby motored placed in the grave The Superintendent, Mrs. Leon- FOR, RBNT-TWI, ,
to Lake These wlll-bu held j ,,
Butler again.
meetings
Sunday after } "
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. spent Sunday In Jacksonvillewith noon. the churches as statedIn ard and about fifteen children adjoining ban, ,. """,
Rev. I I'. M. In different Children's ''uab
Hlggs. Home
S. Matthews ,... Owner and PublisherJ. Ilev. Proctor filled his appoint- another place In this paper. from the Baptist Mr. Saul at tlm M ( (
will be at the : ;!
Mr. Willie Reynolds and famIly ment here Saturday and of Jacksonville .e : '1 h
('. Hobinson ______ Managing Editor the Sunday. Sunday school at 10 a. m., I. M church Sunday night next
of Wildwood were weekend Don't forget B. Y. P. U. Sunday Baptist FOR RENT i I',,,, ;J'' ,,t"1 -
r guests at the home of II. M. night. Come and bring someone Truby, gupt.Preaching and will give a sacred concert. It ment. See Ann M I .l *
at 11 in, and 8:00p "''r.
McKae. last week. with a. is expected that all our Baptist Store TI,
SUKSCKIPTION HA1'EYearly Mr. and Mrs. Levin Wilkinson of you m. Notice the service will be people will be present and bring a

t "'E,. $1.30: Six Months 75c Payable in Advance Pulatka were visiting his mother, X o'clock instead of 7:30: at night generous offering for this splendid P'OR"SALE-Rh,1, ,,' i J'Iaud',
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............. The Christian Endeavor Society Eggs for BBM t,,,,, -
Mrs J) C. Kersey Saturday and work. -
Advertising Hates!l on Application. Sunday. will hold Its meeting at 7)15) Instead rrom're bio.m! **
r : NEW RIVER : of 6:45: Prayer meeting. Mrs. Geo A. ,, ,. ,' .Itarr
Mr. Floyd Crosby was a callerIn METHODIST; t t 1"1'" ..
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Dose lOsslo;
Hupp, Cor. of
; CattH is losing some of his scratch.o tbe Vanderbilt section/ Sunday Wednesday at 8 p. m. instead FOR :
P'z .. afternoon. .................... ..9 7: 30. (Enoch Marvin Rooks, pastor) South RENT-street. Ir-lmtl', h0W
Mm. TercsHa Ilaltlwanger of The Christian Endeavor Societyhas Sunday school Sunday morningat I 01
Confidence is the basis of all exchange Jacksonville visited at the home of New River, March 30,-Mr. and arranged to bold a Sunrise 10 o'clock, E. K. Perryman, Morgan .Starke_!Ka) ;J t
I Mrs. Homey Johns of Lake Butler, ""
/ Easter morning.
meeting on
.Er prayer
o Mr. Lee Iloltlwanger one day last FOR RENT OR s Irk r :
visiting friends and relatives
were They have Invited the young people supt.Worship 'Flre
week. She was accompanied home Sunday at 11 o'clock "
bungalow ,
with ,
A. "The Day's News in Picturejj"-mostly knees. here Sunday afternoon. d' uble
+ of the other churches to join
by Miss Marie and Uelols Halti- a. m. and 8 p. m. The morning Garden and <-hi.k,,, **
Q- wanger. Mr. Carl Wynn was a business with them In this sacred observance subject will be "The Rubicon of Wall. StarkB Ul1'*;

(. # Mosquitoes will not breed this year in the Republican Mr. Ellery Sapp and family of visitor/ to Starke FrIJay night. of the great event, the resurrection Life," and that for the evening Ii
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews and
of our Lord and Saviour. I WILL PAY >
) ti oily waters. the Vanderbilt section, attended!! will be putting First Things $! iin EWA .
Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter, The people are Inviting all For'sufficient' !
young
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church here Sunday; also Mr. and First. '/'J'Ut 10'
o Mrs n J. Sapp of Starke. were transacting business In Lake ,j I the church people, and all others Junior Epworth League Sundayafternoon vict the partiihead / Idl. l10k

; There's nothing in a name, but Mr. Printup is manager Mrs. M. J. McKae and three Butler. Thursday afternoon.Mr. who would be interested In such a at 2:30: o'clock, Miss of my >1\t ii'.' IIUIIDI
M. J. Johns was a business to meet with them with- latter ,,
meeting,
daughters. Misses Llllle, Dolly and Struth supt. part of < ""ber
'a tit of house in Atlanta. Fredrlcka sal
; a type supply visitor to Lake Butler Monday.Mr. .
old and
out regard to age, both vember 1927 '
Mildred, of the Crosby lake sec The Board of Stewards will meet head 11I1',
D-_ Hermle Kelley and sisters, The meeting will be heldat swallow fork
the home of young. o'clock upper
tion were guests at Sunday afternoon at 3:00: aids,
i" Clermont Press issued a splendid agricultural development 11. M. Mcllae Sunday afternoon. Misses Sarah and Lola, were visit- the Presbyterian church. It will K.: S. Matthews, chairman. bit In one ear, and 'indent\;:
ing friends and relatlveo in Starke
;, It's. number for Lake county last week. Mr. II. II. Lewis and family Sunday afternoon.Mr. lie largely a praise service Senior Epworth League Sunday In Marked.the other ear 'md % heal
Sunday In Jacksonville with 7:15 o'clock..Miss Lois M. W M1lanse3L1!
spent evening at :
o O. W. Andrews and son, Guy I 1J.U"TIS T
friends. and Miss Jewell Wiggins, were visiting Colley, leader. FOR RENT-Uppe.'
A friend is one who submerges self to the advancement Mrs. Opella Moss and childrenof three r
In Starke Sunday afternoon. (Rev. G. P. Raymond pastor.) SERVICES CHANGE apartment. Furn a of another without expectation of reward. mother Fort Mrs Myers, Ned are Lewis.visiting her Mr.\ Lawrence Wiggins returnedto Sunday school at 10 a., m., J. F. EVENING By order of Starke Ministerial furnished. LoretucDRAYINO Creed II.
Clayno Sunday where he is operating Kickllter, supt."Worship -
o serviceswill
all evening
Evelee Morgan of Georgia Association I
Mm. have purchajJtransfer
+ k Spring is here and the politicians tye all wound up.- was the guest of her mother Sun- a turpentine still. I, at 11" a. m. Subject, now begin at 8:00: o'clock. business [ ,
Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughters "Who is Jesus? Mark 8:29: iron
1 y. Gainesville Sun. And from the interest the voters show they day.The Miss Essie, were transacting business Evening worship at 8 p. m. Subject C.\RI Ol TILINKS Thomas and hay. truck
t have the spring fever. many friends of Mr. and In Starke Wednesday.Mr. "Your Own Salvation," Phil. hauling at all times pj:
Mrs. !Hugh[ Alvarez, sympathizewith 160-J. D.
and Mrs. D. W. Kelley and 2:12.B.: We wish to extend our thanks to L. Shaw':;
o them la the loss of their lit-
y daughter, Miss LoIs and Mrs. J. Y. P. U Union at 7 p. m. All of those who so kindly and PIANo-Well
Several Congressmen sprang into the nation's eye last tle son, Hugh Jr., which occurred L. Johns and daughter, Miss Essie Mid-week service on Wednesday faithfully assisted us during the unpaid balance known matt
at their home at Indiantown. Monthly
j week by taking ride with Friday transacting business in Lake at 8 m. Remember the changeof death of sister :,
l ,t a Lindbergh.-Gainesville Sun. First The body was brought back were p. sickness and our ments f 10.00 rather bill']
time of 'em Butler Tuesday afternoon. time for all evening services and aunt. Manufacturer. no..
some had ever broken out in print too. 711,. I.
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and divorce.'-Gainesville Sun from '6:30: to 8 p. m. for the sum I H. D. Wasdln and family. I sonvllle.: .o};p:

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i !,1 i? DeLand News paragrapher, is going to stir up the ire of Socond choice voting ran be explained .

;i' Editor Robinson of the Starke Telegraph by referring to lu a very few lines. It one : WOODLAIVNWoodiawn
r candidate gets more than halt the .
1, t Starke as "Stark.-Times-Union. You tell 'em. And Starks first choice votes he will be nomi ........................

a is worse. nated.! If none gets more than March 30.'-Mrs. .
o half; then all candidates but the Carrie Smith returned home Sun
I Congressman Green is two highest In first choice votes day from Webster, where she has
right on the job.-Starke Tele- will be excluded. To the /first spent the last few weeks with rela
Y, graph. Perhaps his opponent will admit that he is sole owner choice votes of each of these two Important

of his name.-Miami Beach Sun. And sole owner of the candidates will be added the second tives.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Holmes of
t choice votes cast for any White Sprlngs.are the guests of
particular brand of
ii "bull" that put him in office.
of the eliminated candidates- Mrs. Molmes' father, D. B. Brown-
o Gainesville Sun. Ing.

i Candidate for re-election as sheriff in a Florida county included _' O--- Rev. D L. Phillips and family, Announcementt1.

( ?, this sentence in his announcement: "I have come as We'll' Just bet that "It's a hot' attended church services at Ever-
l -
t time In the ole town tonight, just green church Sunday.
; near keeping my word as it is possible for any sheriff to do." after the editor of the DahlonegaGa. I Mr. and Mrs. bevy Norman of \

: a; It seems even a sheriff can promise too much. ( .) Nugget finishes getting hla near Ralford spent Sunday herewith

t t' o papers out, on account of all the / relatives.Mr. .
rt I truth which he prints. If a Florida and Mrs James browning
f Flo Zeigfeld, of the New York Follies, says the pleasingly I editor would dare to print the spent Sunday here with relatives. owner

t plump girl is coming back into public favor. But there's a truth like the editor of the Nugget Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael every of a

limit even to being plump.-Times-Union. And get one to does, be would be lynched before of Ocala, spent the week-end here
= sunrise.-Dunnellon Truth. It'snot the guests of their parents, Mr.
admit
she has passed the "pleasingly plump" stage. all truth, but It's rich-and I and Mrs.. J. M. nosier and Mr. and

o rare.-Starke Telegraph Yeh, few Mrs. Carnuchaet..

i, Only 22 counties in Florida used more fertilizer during and far between, huhT-Dunnellon A large number of people from

r, '{ February than Bradford.-Starke Telegraph. Don't need the Truth. -- of here Lawtey attended school the Monday closing exercises evening. Model T Ford

stuff in Palm Beach county. (Huh?)-Palm Beach Indepen- The'Seaboard has cut Its sched- Rev and Mrs. J. T. Barnes have

dent. But, Uncle Ben, tourists do not require fertilizing ule between Jacksonville and Tampa returned to their home here after
;
''i 1.4} from seven to six hours on its spending several weeks visiting
strawberries do. ,
4c fast trains.-Starke Telegraph.The relatives In Alabama.
o Seaboard has always had a .
II During Governor Cutts administration a total of 75 miles whlzzer on Its Jacksonville to . .. ... . ON MAY 25, 1927, when Henry Ford Crst announced lib

r Y of nine-foot roads were built. During Governor Martin's term and Tampa P.division established since the the old"Flying F. C. ... $ plans for making a new car, he announced also that he would

> ? 1200 miles of road have been paved and another 1200 in course Cracker" In 1894. We well remem- Church% Services continue to make parts for the Model T Ford. He said:
1. of construction. Fons Hathaway ber the old cracker, his face split 'j> *
gets credit for the construction
' .:: ,,,9' of the major portion of this mileage., with winged a grin wheel one boot that tip spurned touchingthe the .4' .*. <*> <.. <$> "The Model T Ford car was a pioneer. It blazed the

t waved way for the motor industry and started the for
oWe track below while the other RKSIIYTERLNNext ; movement
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don't think much of these young women who have to in tne air to maintain ins oaianca. I good roads everywhere. It broke down the barriers of
Tuesday
Apollo In his chariot did not strike evening at 8:00: I I
t advertise for a husband.-Dunnellon Truth. But think of the the eye more effectively than the o'clock April 3rd all the churches distance in rural sections, brought people in these sections I

thrill you get when you first receive a male order.-Starke :yFlylng Cra.cker.-l'alm Beach will/ unite In a Union meeting and I closer
together, and placed education within the, reach of
Telegraph. Now that would Independent. this service will continue each I
oy"uL ,. be_ something to think about! I II ............ __ 'tVT_ ___ !fI f I'.f w. _ __
I you, gee, we'd nate to do anything in Dunnellon and t if you I *.vti/u&10:;. we are purr: proua or tale Model bord. It we

' I I I knew some of these women, you'd surely agree with us-Dun- I were not, we would not have continued to make it so I long."

i'' ; that nellon gossip Truth.is woman's Don't you existence know enough? of your sex to realize SATISFACTION For twenty years, the Model T Ford led the automobile:

o I II \ .- industry and it still serves more people than any other auto-

Rev. Billy mobile. Over one-third! of all the
Sunday, ex-Governor Hardee, and so many I automobiles in use todayare
I others, tell us that the United States is I Model T Fords
k the worst crime rid1 .... II an indication of the sturdy worth
-1 den nation in the world. Is it not possible that it is because I of the
so i car and its! value to people in all walks of life the
; we have more laws to violate and we are piling them up i world over.

1 year after year-Ocala Banner. If public sentiment is any : I'/ ,

,' 4 f indication'', the limit of law making has about been reached in '/r, r- ,: t' 1\\' The Ford Motor Company will continue to make replacement -

?: Florida. The people are now demanding that the next f for these
session parts cars "until the last Model T is
of the legislature be a repealing. assembly instead of I .. "
a off
the
I road.
That
is
is law making body.-Live Oak Democrat. If all the laws not I, a part of Ford service. That is what

wanted were repealed, our statute books would be made up i Henry Ford meant when he said: "We believe that when a

4' .$ li of blank sheets. Still there are a lot of useless laws that could The satisfaction of knowing that your money man buys one of our cars we should keep it running for

be done away'with.FROM. I is safe while it is working for you at the rate him as long as we can and at the lowest up-keep cost."


I of 4 per cent is an investment not to be ignored. Because, of this policy a considerable part of the Ford


( [ OTHER) PENS I .,, manufacturing plants is given over to the making of parts

The new interest quarter begins April 1st for the Model T Ford. These replacement parts are made

and all deposits made on Saving Accounts up I : of the same material and in the same way as those from

An exchange says: "If you've mentioned.-Dunnellon Truth.establishment which'
car
I your was originally assembled.
never been 'talked about' It Is because ---a_ to April 10th will receive interest for the en-

j \ you have been too inconsequential of a foreign Make it a point, therefore to the dealer
tire see Ford
market for Florida quarter. Your account solicited. I II nearest,
.. to attract attention"_ pecans Is urgedby I and have him
look
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Congress Lex over your Model T Ford. You find
- Monticello News.Congressman Green of Florida. may

i I ----o_ Florida's luscious pecans are well I I that at very small expenditure will enable you to get thou-

k Green of the second known ,all over America, !and de- I, sands of miles of additional
1 Florida distrIct was the first serve a place In foreign marketsthe II I IIP service, and at the same time
I congressman to go up with Llndy. I protect the money you have invested in
f At that It Is doubtful If the con same as oranges and grape- your car.

Q gressman was any more up i In the fruit. Thousands of pounds of
air than he was when he declared these nuts are shipped from this
that Florida Is as dry aa the Sahara
state
; annually to all parts of the ..
desert.-Tampa o Times. country.- t me -Union. U

Trade magazine says' "Hell bath University of Florida o '
announcesa BANK
OF
STARKE
y. 'j no fury like a stylish-stout woman course In marriage and divorceto FORD
after she had been MOTOR COMPANY
on a rapidret summer school students. A
,, during diet for. three days."- course In marriage will be sufficient A ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.
Bradford County Telegraph. Yeh. -- divorce will come from -
4 E k'it Just alt down In front of her and experience. Starke Telegraph.Just S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier Detroit, Michigan r
{ eat a cream puff or chocolate Ice to keep the records straight It
I r I v cream soda and you'll soon find out should be added that It will be a
6 about that little quotation ;yon course in the LAW of marriage ,


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