mark Dy 1 hour. i3 minutes and Pnlm 1Io'nKIlRar\ cane beans, to- soon on now Crystal rlver-Homo- I
59 seconds. Under the rules of ----- saMa Springs jrnnir.
and pineapple: Pasco, clt-
Orlando--tiuildlnir< permits Issued -
i r.. M-n.uloiiil t l competition the record Fla. March 19.VhEe .- :turtiiK plants; Holmes forests, stock I .
and : totaled
fruits poultry here during February
- State News I must be bettered by one hour \ are the principal sources of IT ..nrane, corn cotton, livestock. ,
Live to rwlve official recognition, givIng Florida located over the state Indian River, citrus. beans and Plnollas, causeway ('onnecUngl'latl1rwatl"r $18,670.Panama CityRapid progress t
the American fliers a marginof agricultural with Clearwater Doach.
such as productions tomatoes: Jackson hydro power being made placing sing on road ,4 i.
13 minutes and 59 seconds. and Industrial activities The Sites( hogs peanuts, cotton and citrus fruit, sponges; Polk, phosphate 20. : i "
S S S S mining citrus growing! and
"picture map" now being preparedby watermelons; Jefferson, pecans Orlando-Plans making for"
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Orlando-Bryan Jennings, presi- the bureau of Immigration watermelons and corn: Lafayetto, dairying Narcognen road. I
dent of the Florida Forestry" board state department' of agriculture. tobacco cattle and hogs; Lake Putnam citrus potatoes poaches opening. _new_ .:' .. .

_._,_.-- -_----.... addressed the Central Florida district will depict them us far as possible, citrus fruits, grapes watermelons; ; St. Johns, potatoes; St. Johns,. ,' "
-------------" of the State Chamber of Commerce by strokes of a brush: In the hands Lee, dcl:. timber fruits, peppers potatoes; St. Lucie, citrus fruit.tltI'k 1

k""llvl11e-----J. C. Penney Tribune, In addressing tho conven here today, outlining plans of finished artlat ansi eggplants; Leon dairying, for- gardening and fishing; Ran .

l"r7nd chairman ot the board tion, declared the present tax of for nfl prevention for Florida's The map, which will not be iige crops and the state rnpttol.Levy In Rosa, lumber and naval mores
J. C. Penney five cents a gallon on gas was unjust 17,000,000 acres of pine land, available for distribution for several cucumbers and Irish potatoes anti sheep: Sarasota. art museum, '. JJl! .
,ir., ,,IIrs of the Losses through: forest fires every months yet. will be the first : Liberty naval stores and winter quarters for circuses, eel ""I
and( advocated a campaign to
co-operative amounted to between Seminole, celery, wati
nation-wide In Florida .
year Florida, celeryand ery
III' of Its kind ever lusued honey; Manatee. peppers\
!i,mdlslug organization, has have the next legislature reduce $5.000,000 and $8,000.000 and one of the few published In ( tomatoes; Madison, tobacco, transportation, rltrua fruits and ,\' 1
uDeel! his willingness to headronnlzatlon the tax. He said 50 per cent of the he stated. lie said that 97 percent the country. Beginning! with Escambta poultry creamery and hogs; MarI lettuce; Sumter cucumbers, tomatoes ,It ,
for the market- total revenue of the state was derived of these fires were started county. on the extreme' '1 I ton lime rock, citrus fruit poulI beans; Suwimuei, tobacco, I''
of the Flor- by taxation of the gasoline while only watermelons and hog;; Taylor,
management carelessness
,,.j through northwest! and proceeding to l)u-, try lettuce and melons: \Marlin '
industry. Industry. alone! Ha also favored 3 cent being due to fire by 'I 8Ut1'pille.18PllloM farming, saw mill and 1 doer; Union -
per easternmastside fishing
Itrll- val county on the I tomatoes!
S abolishing the tax on automobiles, lightning. His plan Included and thence downward to Key : Monroe, fifth Industry, naval stores croHHtU-H and MiscrableWith : 4
M. Gray local saying they longer lux. trees forreflL'CMllne Vol usia, citrus fruits, ,
IDI!vll1eL. no were a proper cutting of pine West It will show by water color ,,1I110lIIU! Industry and limes:; NunHUH. lumber;
,'1tn, announced Sunday that i ury, but a necessity. tnrnAntlne._." .n___.__, ( ot tracts dor pointing, the loratlon of (the state's'; dasheens. baby chicks port ferns! narcissus hulbx. anti potatoes acKacne Wfc 1 : 1 O( ;- t
Winter S S S -- reclamation and Wnkulla llMhtnK and naval
father B. II. Gray stroyed beyond resources government bUlldlngs,1| development and naval stores. ; ..'
man who has been Tampa-Andrew Herman Cox, selective pruning of forests. both blueberries cotton tOl'eaVRItOIl, ; satsuma oranges Warns of
? mmineBS and various nccueg : | Oknloosa (county Too Often This ,
March 2, appeared at 12-year-old Boy Scout of Ruskin, "uMiltry and grapes: and '
of Okeol'bobl'o.'Ihl
hue; tnre General animate and Inanimate and goats; Sluggish Kidney Action. ,;
Thursday A na- killed himself Saturday afternoon Attorney rattle citrus and melons f
,ome( there Tallahassee- agricultural and Industrial devel duck hunting cattle raising citrus ton '
[wide iearcli had been carried by firing a shotgun Into his head Fred H. Davis considers this "an \ fin J you lame anrl achy 'j
had left his three brothers and dividing and la inclined opment. EVERYday backach jlicadacha ( .
Lr Mr Oray. He after calling unusual political year" Although the map will not be nagginf
ylng that he had a busl- his play things nmng them. to construe the statutes as for dliurlbutlon\ for several and dizzy spells> Ar. the 4 .
I' published ;
anpolntnient\ In Tampa. NoI The other children did not know courts of law would construe them months the bureau has released cp Scratches or Skin Abrasionsan kidney burning excretion in too frequent} .Theaa scanty are ,

I was heard from him until why he did It. The boy's parents, 'n any contests whtch might result on advance list of the resources or ,,8da; when he returned home. were away from home. The four over elections. This was the at- to be shown In ench county -an antiseptic should be used to prevent infection be ncRleclwl. :*

made no statement as to his boys, Andrew the oldest had been torney general's statement In a on the map. In Aiachua county insuie quick heating.There fore,remember to DM Doan't Pills Doan'f, a .timu.
renlouis. except to say that he left alone. Dermon, 8, and second letter written to J. S. Clark a for Instance (the map will depict lant diuretic increaso the secretion of w ,
away on a business trip. oldest boy. told authorities of St. Petersburg attorney, In which stock tobacco, trucking the kulneya and thua aid in the
been a S the tragedy. Andrew called him Mr. Davis placed his Interpretation and an live educational building and In Use B>I&0ZNE at Once! elimination of waste everywhere impurities. Ak.our Are )

taint, sighund Baar. prest- from his play ha said, showed hima as far as possible. on the law I Baker county, n nursery and Irish ndoraed by users ,
or the Seaboard Soap Com- 410 guage shotgun and placingIt regarding the expenditure of fundsIn Other scenes will be: Borozone LlqulJ.a powerful antiseptic, cleanse cuts |/ << neighbor/ v.

and Henry Jacobs, president against his own head asked' furthering a candidate's camimlarn potatoes.Bay county, cheep sea fishing and I and wounds and kills germs. liurozone Powder PILLS
D 5ho Miami\ Chex-O Company, Dermon to pull the trigger.: The l' 0" for nffit'A. The attorney requested sat su ma oranges; Bradford strawberries applied a tlvjliqukl,hastens healing.K6't'p both h3nJy. 60c I '

leased on 10.000 bond younger boy frightened ran from Information as to whether sweet 'orn and pecans; II SaaB, I DIURETIC .KIDNEYS 1 1rbtiffMilburn t
n when arraigned Friday bei the house. Soon after he reached match packets, with printed Brevard. citrus fruit truck farming Corvninjj'|) i llrut/ Store l Co.Mlg Ch..lluff..I.]o.H.Y.DOAN'S i t J i'

i United States commissionerharges \I the yard he heard a shot. matter, celluloid balloons printedfans ;;: and fishing. ; Ilroward Port;I ,_L__ : ---_ ,,_ ::&
of conspiring to violate S "** S S calendars and printed Hay Mabel Florida< Power and H

prohibition law by Interstate Gainesville Robbers entering: may, under the campaign expenditure Light plant and truck and citrus tr1t
complaint at Fairbanks Wednesday statute, be used In campaigning honey
mient The speclflc the postoffice crops; Calhoun, sugar cane
hat Baar and Jacobs conspired night made away with the Of the list of articles and naval stores; Charlotte, fish,I .
shipped Into New York by small safe there, containing cash only "printed blotters" receivedthe pineapples. and citrus II -4
lave "0. !peppers !:
mer nine 50-gallon barrels of and stamps In excess of $100 and attorney general's official fruits. I
orted liquor. The barrels! numerous blank money orders according K." Citrus county. citrus fruit, Industrial I I "
od at the docks here by special to an announcement made S S S S power plant fish and oysters .
ney investigators of the custom by F. D. Irvin postmaster In a Plant City-With a constantly diminishing ; Clay, cattle raising_ trucking __.-\ .. "' -if- T
artment were labeled "soap." long-distance telephone call to the volume of and Irish potatoes; Collier, e1'-1 OI
a S S Sun. Mr. Irvin stated that the this week and the coming' Into press timber, shell fishing, lVl11110ns :
this for broke the door to the markets of Increasing Columbia,
acksonvllle-111, news thieves open northern does and sugar cane; :
motorist, Monday the price of I post office and carried the email quantities of berries from, other hogs, turkeys and tobacco; Dede, I
the I
ollna will\ take an upward safe away with them. He stated sections, both the price and "winter visitors," tomatoes and
id. Just bow high It will go that a small amount of money and volume have been on the declineat avocadoes; DeSoto, citrus fruits,!'I
today's level was not certain. stamps would net the robbers the local berry yard this week. crate mills and trucking. 1
in Fords
companies( said about all theyw about $100 while there were several Monday nearly 50,000 quarts of Dixie county, lumber and naval Model T
about It was a rumor that blank money order pads tak- berries were moved out while yeaterday's stores and fishing; Duval, Industry
die competitor( was going to tack en. The post office Inspectors at movement had shrunk The to featuring manufacturing; port de-i : %

{from four to six cents per gal- Jacksonville have sent officials to slightly over 20,000 quarts. of 37 devolpment, showing vessels load I,
Filling station men and ga- this city and to Fairbanks to assist price too from an average had ing; agriculture, featuring dairying p ,
owners'with gasoline pumpsd local authorities in making cents the quart on Monday, ; poultry and trucking; Escam- / ,
they had been notified via thepevine Investigations Into the robbery. dropped to an average of 30 cents the bla, manufacturing shipping and .
route of the' Impendingse. S S S SJacksonvIlleFlying the quart yesterday. While sweet potatoes; :Franklin saw mill still nactzve
Gasoline had been selling theIr big movement of berries has movementhas slipped honey, fish, shrimp and oysters: I are
monoplane under week the earlot and cabbage
16 cents a gallon in Jackson- Stinson-Detrolter this!' last Flagler, Irish potatoes "
e for months oil companies de- favorable Florida skies for nearly held the mime for the for- ; Gadnden tobacco, fuller's, .

(d I a price cutting war among two and a half days, "Eddie Stln- three, days two cars being The earth, corn and beans. I
mselves, but said retailers were son Detroit airplane manufacturerand warded on each of these days. of Gllchrliit county, watermelons I .
"-0 cutting after barbecue stands veteran pilot, and Capt. Oeo. last three days 74,160 quarts of and hogs; Glades, truck crops and
il I lowered the price originally. Haldeman Florida aviator, berries were forwarded out sugar cane; Gulf, honey fishing service
brought the coveted world's record Plant City by freight and express and timber; Hamilton, tobacco,
) Beach That the for endurance flying back to for a total approximate return to watermelon nncl cotton; Hardee,,

jDnytona i ld'\ automobile speed record America when they landed at Jack- growers of $24,290.82.. i citrus, strawberries'' and cucumbers ((

7 miles an hour made on the'tona sonville Beach at 1:14:10: : o'clock "V; -Wales---.JMI1L Townsend Ut-M Lumber ; Hendry, citrus fruit, daffy-sugarcane ,

Bench ocean spee.lway In Saturday afternoon after remain- Lake erecting water tower and and bean; Hernando Model T Ford led the motor' .iI
Malcomb for 53 hours 36 minutes Company and rock quarries; Highlands, FOR nearly twenty years, the
I.!rtiary by Captain ing aloft tank on their prop- Ing i .
mpbell of England' will be and 30 seconds. The previous Hlatlz rec-and erty 50,000-galIon on north side of town.pensacolaSh1pment citrus and beans; Hillnborough and port industry and it still is used by more people than any other : ; "
'ought back: to the TJnlted Statesi'lilr. ord was held by Johann of 25 palm cigar Industry shipping Model T Fords are in \ '. /
diversification million
e week or t.n days was \ Cornelius Edzard, German fliers be lined( for beautifyingPensncola facilities; strawberries, automobile. More than eight ,
by .J.U" a Junkers monoplaneI I trees to of Industrial and manufac- their sturdy worth 1 .
belief "t\re88ed, ] Friday 1 who piloted parka received here. service today-an indication of I
"' > .i.., 1,1t.nTn, ,... I'hllaileliilik I 52 hours, 22 minutes and 31 active i
I 411.u t" - .
'who Is preparing his giant trlnir : ,____-........ ,_,,..M.--_' -.----_ .,-- reliability and economy. i I '
for another trial as noon I 1 tf .[
"X which people
j the tides whip the famous Because of the tremendous investment

ursa Into condition. It White and because so many of them will be I
not realize the dream It 1 lamlble I have in these cars
IPS( the Ford l
that Frank Lockharl t. I driven for two, three, and even five more years,

merlcan champion, will do siring .. will continue to make replacement parts t, ;
i the month. .,- ., '. '-,,", '". ., ., "' I Motor Company
S S STallahassee *. .. 4 until Ford himself says, "the last Model 13 -
Injunction pro- I as ti ,i'4

(lings( have been opened In the I off the roaJ."

rcult court here In favor of near has always believed that: : .
to re- the Ford Motor Company
every railroad of Florida For r J
rain Comptroller Ernest Amos in making a good automobile ,
its full duty consts; not only '
of special '
the collection
nm for
hool and highway district taxes MILD.1 at a low price, but also in keepin -'t running efficiently '

1925, The litigation Is the af- .
r minimum of expense.
rmath of a rising of the state you as long as possible at a

preme ere was court no authority which for held the that col- MILD ? R.Y No matter where you live, therefore, you can still buy I

'lion of such taxes prior to legls- A- ---' -" Model T Ford parts with the same assurance as formerly, t '

live ..925 amending thew service ,
action In the kind of you
on the subject. The railroadsntend knowing that they will give you ,

that the legislative amend-while VET THEY : have a right to expect, and at the same time protect the ", ,
-nt cannot be retroactive fiAFJL ____
the stand that have invested in your car.
*< state w'll take I money you II
>, amending the law to make col- II know made _
(tion of the taxes authoritative, I Alt'Ford replacement parts, a. you may ,

railroads must pay them for materials and in.the same wayas those from } ,
of the '
E8' The cage has been made here re- w3 SATiSFYS j assembled, and are low in l ,
In the circuit court which your car was originally

April 6.. S S price because of the established Ford policy.So tj

Tallahassee Enforcement 0loriIas S from your Model T _
the use
new tire and tube deal that you may get greatest '

rV license tax law Is now being Ford over the longest period of time, we suggest that you I 1
J .
nrrled out. Attorney and have him estimate ,
r red H. Dav's has given Comptrolr take the car to the nearest Ford dealer '

Ernest mos an opinion automobile as to / on the cost of any replacement parts which may be _

hat re and constit tube dealer tes an under the pro \ I1f17T"taj necessary. You may find that a very small expenditure ; _

Mons of thi act. The law was and will be the mean*,
It 'ej w maintain the value of your car ____
assed by the 1927 legislature. STATE it as our honest will f
rae. recently b'itt constitutional by ( belief that the tobaccos pf giving you thousands of miles of additional service. _
lie state supreme court. It pro- .
ides for the Imposition of a tax, \ used in Chesterfield cigarettes

"cording to the population of clt- are of finer qualityand

s and towns. upon dealers! In mo'r hence of better taste ..
vehicle tires and tubes, the pro-
'ed.* to go to the common schools than in any other cigaretteat tk'44

i the various ountles. In the act.e the price. .
attoreny g meral explained. the Liccrrr &: MTEX TOBACCO Co.
rat class of auch dealers Is cov- FORD MOTOR COMPANYDetroit
red In the definition that it Is
'one( wbo uuy tires and tubes for I' '


B TampaMembers of the Florida ,
I'ate Automobile Dealers asaoclan. -

In annual convention, went on
K-cord here favoring a moreV -
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eat to obta'n reduced taxes on -, -,- -. ----- '
Rotor' D. ,, -. _1Ir3I -- -- ''j !
cars and gasoline. F. .--s 1[ "" K i' _
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Bambrlght, editor of the Tampa ____

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PMal potTn nn.\D"'OItD COUNTY TELEOnJ\PU. NTAfUE FLORIDA .-- ---. -. --FRIDAY ,1t'njL 41
I', :VI"j' J<'r' I I TWI/NTIET11'LNTCRY: : ': have charge of- -the program for I __ _, _.J....... ... __ ,_._,- -",

t''l I I (MtI> CLl'II the afternoon.The .

.f I e>c: :l-l j I j I A variety of_bright colored gar Mesdamea hostesses J. !t. Bitch for the, Q.day C. .Liv are: Southern Grocery and

;tl : 'den flowers were effectively use !neaten( J. L. Peek, G. P. Raymond -
: : spCie'Y:1 In the living room when !Mr. and H. C. Richard, N. Stern-

Mrs. J. ,V. Andrews, Jr., entertained -
berg, F. F. Stump J. L. Plckerlll, MarketWESTERN

at auction bridge Thursday evening and Miss Mabel Weller.MILS. Meat

J' I PlIO" :!!1I with members of Twentieth .
: JOHNS! KNTiilT.UXH: : !
Century Card Club as their guests
,1111 'I CLl'll
,", I Four tables were arranged for
cards and salted nuts placed there
KAHTKIt: : AT MKTHOIHST where the guests spent the afternoon on. At the close of a pleasant The screened porch was made,

r (::11 nccJl playing auction bridge. evening the hostess served tuna Inviting with larkspur, fern, and I' .

Mrs. C. A. Knight, high scorer, fish salad, saltines, potato chips, roses Wednesday afternoon when .
An Easter Cantata "Morn of Victory !Mrs. E. M. and
Johns for
entertained the SPECIALS Friday Saturday-
was presented with a box of Imported pickles and Iced tea. ]
1 by E: K. Heytter. will be given handkerchIefs The second Scores kept on tallies done -Ia Afternoon Bridge Club at her
by the >li'ilr at the Methodist old-fashioned girls and when compared home. -- -- -
J church Sunday evening eight prize wan a whist deck and wentto Floral tallies designated the
the prizes were awarded to RIBS 18c
fi o'clock for the benefit of the Mrs. O. L. Hayn s. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, places at tables, and after several J SPARE lb I

chiirr-h: (ri-palr/ debt. The program nerved progreHslons: high score prize
Salted mils were duringthe and were a smoking set and a linen
f follows games and afterward a shrliup/ bag. Mrs O. L. Beasley received bronze book-ends was awarded PIGTAILS 18c lb- i
i 1 Night in the Garden-Open- a handkerchief, and Mrs.S. Mrs. II. C. Hitch. The second prize,
chorus with duet by Mrs. E. L. naiad course with iced tea was a linen towel, was to Mrs. E.
ing deck of cards given
L. Peek a as consolation -
,, Biggs and David Moore. nerved by the hostess. / prizes. it!. nllV Is. NECK and BACK BONES 2 Ibs. 15cPICKLED I II

q i 1 2. The Hour la at Hand--Ten- The players were members of Those playing with Mr. and Mrs.\ Hard candles were served dur- I
,yst ) or solo by Carr Colley with choru the Afternoon Hrldge: club and a Andrews were Mr. and Mrs O. L. ing the games and afterward the

p''t by choir. r few other friends as follows: Mrs Heasley, Mr. and Mrs Nat Stern- guests were refreshed with a PIGS FEET 2 for 15c :
a Forsaken One- J. K. Mrs. L. )F. Smith, I
+ hr' 3. 0 Thou Corpenlng. berg, Mr and Mrs 0. M. Inman, dainty salad course and Iced tea.
4. :Mezzo BOlo by !Mn J. L. Plckerll Mrs. K.' M. Johns, !Mrs. J. C. Rob- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Dr. and Besides the hostess Mrs. E. M. .. I

4. And When They Were Come InHon, Mrs. N. Sternberg !Mrs. O. Mrs. E L. BlgKs, Mrs. Fred F. Johns those playing cards were: "- ",::" ,-:... .
-- -Alto solo by :Mlns Fredrlk L. Heasley, Mrs. George II. Flynn Stump, Mr and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. W. M. cS- I

F Struth, choir chorus Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. W. M. and Miss Mabel Weller. Wainwright! H. C. HItch, Mrs -. :--Ji1: I
4 s 4 6. When We Stand Afar- Wainwright Mrs. O. L. Haynes, E. M. Davis Mrs L. Wyman, Mrs.

Tenor solo by Carr Colley-Quartette MlH Mabei Weller and Mrs. Len- :MIC. .AM: :MICH.\ NIT G M. Inman, Miss Mabel Weller, Fresh Fish and ; :
Oysters :
Mrs Plckerlll. Mrs Books, thul Wyman. K:>TKHT.\IX: CLUB Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs J. E. Corpcnlng. j I j

? C. Colley and L. F. Smith-Choru Mrs J. C. Robinson and 1R, I
r ( by choir. ntisitYTiiti.\N\ : : .\H"S: The Knight home on West Call Mrs. J. M.\ Mitchell. ':I.,! I I rtJ.-4--u-"o.... I
.IL'\Ihl.iIIY I
6. The wondrous Crown-Sol street was spring-like In its adorn- e--- ;::.:'e.3.
; Mrs. J. W Andrews, Jr. : ment of floppIes and roses, carrying I
and election
The annual meeting
i <\. Intermission. out a color: scheme of pink, I
of officers( of the Presbyterian La-
t ) Piano Holo Mongensilmmuni white and green Friday evening
) t t ,1 I i Morning-Mood) Grieg -- Paul dim' Auxiliary wan held Monday\ ,, LOCAL.WjAJPPENING.
r 9 when Mr. and Mm\ C. A. Knight Ji isr :
{ ,veiling at the home of Mr. and POSTTOASTIES9cpkg.,3for25c I
4 Knight. entertained three tables of bridge '
Mrs. W. A. Sterns.
\ Offertory- -Saxophone nolo players I I
fG v I I The New officers! are: Mrs. DaVld .r
t CornerLong. Novelty tallies\ with inspiring :.: I I&r.
I. Ames, president; Miss Car- I -
7. Why Seek Ve?-Bass solo verses were axed to designate the -
nolo rie Uglow, vice-president; Miss Rev R. S. Carleton, returned, 5"I I
.B by L F. Smith. Soprano by) places at the tables, where hard
: Mrs. Andrews. Mabel Welter, secretary; and Mrs. Tuesday from Cedar Keys and was :
candles were served during the
1. 8, How Calm and Beautiful K.I M. Davis, treasurer. names. accompanied home by !Miss Z ,ur .- :J :

t QuartetMrs.. A. Z. Adklua :Mm Plans for the Presbyterlal meetIng Mrs. )K. M.\ Johns received a love- Cameron, who left GladYS// ,

1, D. E. Knight David Moore and L, to be held here April 18, were ly lamp and table for high scoreand ,- Jacksonville\ and Miss ,
completed and the announcementmade McCain who also left Wednesdayfor
IF F. Smith. Mr. W. M. Wainwright received -
,'' 7 0, Welcome Happy Morning that Circle\ No. 2 of the a handsome bridge; set for Ocala. I. Osceola Lima Beans large can 1 Oc :

Methodist church will assist the I ,
Duet MM. A. 2. Adklns and David holding high score among the men -- ----
Presbyterians In nerving dinner at Mrs R. A. Weeks and daughter -
Moore. Mrs J. P. Robinson received a pair i
the Woman's clubhouse, April 18,1 Virginia, Mrs. Milton Drown- Osceola Tomatoes large 3 for 25c
I tl ; 10. Gall Over All-Hy Choir. of wall vases, and Mr. E. M. I can :
11 Hall the Day-Clpslng to the ministers, delegates and Johns a handkerchief for consola- lee, and Col. W. T. Weeks motoredto ,

r I chorus by choir.WOMAN'S friend, during the Pre byterlalmeellnKs tion prize.At Jacksonville\ Sunday to visit R.

& ---- In Starke. A. Weeks, who la u hospital pa I Under New :
the close a delightful eve- Management
: AU.XIMAItY Those present at this meeting lent
ning the hostess served I
Mrs. H. A. Tucker, Mrs. J. _
were: pound cake and brick Ice cream. __ __._ _._._ I
of St. '
The Woman' Auxiliary M. Mitchell, Mrs John Uglow, Mrs. the with Mrs. T. S. Hewke and Mrs. Vic- -------------"--------- -----,--.--..:
Those evening
it Mark's Enlscopnl 1 church held its n. S. Fernandez, Miss Mabel Wei- enjoying toria Smith returned from Chatta-

monthly business meeting Monday ler, Mrs. E. M Davis, Mrs.\ N. II Mr. and Mrs. Knight were Mr. and hoorhee Friday, where they visit' lege at Red Springs, N. C. A. Weeks, who was injured in an after which the children will I
Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. ,and Mrs PI'on
1 afternoon at the rectory with Vice Hull Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, Mrs ed friends for several weeks and I automobile
President Mrs. C. .... Hoover In the W. A. Sterns, and Mrs K.: C. Tap- W. M Wainwright, Judge\ and Mrs, left Sunday for Orlando. They are Dr. and Mrs. E. L. DIggs and' accident on Tuesday. the same program HSu Pnl
"' { A. Z. Adklns, Mr. and !Mrs E. M. 1 His wife spent yesterday with him.
ney Farms. These lilldri-ii '
+ chair.off' pen. expected home this week. Mrs.[ H. C. Wall left Monday for net!
routine work was disposed Johns, Mrs. Fred F. Stump, and Mr. Weeks was not .l
Regular Tampa. Dr. Biggs attended the seriouslyhurt put on a program In their ,Iwnbi-
t of and plans made for a ,I w. M. r. iuvisiov .\TI Mr. 11. F. Demoiest. Mr. Robert Kelly and son, Clyde ninth annual meeting of the FlorIda as was first reported. half, but always put ,in aiisilotj:

r benefit card party Tuesday eve- :\mlTIIOO; : :MISS.! n.\YN: I.S: I.;.TIKT.\I\S: and Mr. Joe Kelly, of Birmingham, Railway Surgeons Association Gainesville Evening News, Thurs- ary lrogrnm..Jack '"u loaif
{ ning April 10th, at the Woman'sclubhouse. Ala., were called here Sunday by and the fifty-fifth annual conven- day. nal Saturday.
,, \ Members of the Baptist Wom- Mrs. O. L. Haynes was hostess the critical condition of their tion of the Florida Medical Association -

r Mrtt. W. I.. !totter was appointed an's Missionary Union of this district Wednesday afternoon to the W. T. mother Mrs. J. O. Kellywho has In session In that city M. P. Lockhart of Penney Don't forget Polnsettta 1 Inj<<

delegate to the District Auxiliary will meet lu Jacksonville Weeks' Chapter, U. D. C., and a made her home here with her Tuesday and Wednesday. Farms, has invited the Baptist cream and Purity Sugar Const

f ;, meeting at Waldo. April 11th and 12th at the Main\ goodly number of chapter mem- daughter, Mrs. Anna Murrhee, on Children's home to put on a sacred Butler's Pharmacy. W' dellrej
y'' 1 sI United Thank offering boxes street Baptist church. bers spout a pleasant afternoon at South Thompson street. Allte G. Shands of Green Cove concert at the Penney Farms chapel phone 160.OrlandoFlr.
/ were distributed to those present, The principal theme at her hospitable: home f .t Springs, backer of the new bridge Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
who were: Mesdames J. L. Frazee, meeting will be "The King's Duel11055. The the St. Johns river at Green the children and Credrl
meeting was called to order Mrs.\ W. J. Epperson and daughter across Mrs. Leonard will t Retail
'' C. H. Marks, J. C. Hoover, !t. S, Miss Rose Marlowe, missionary by the president Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs G. A. Anderson, spent Cove Springs was a visitor to return by way of Starke where 1 Conference ever held in Florida

Carleton, Edwin!: Southers. F. to China, will be the in- and the. secretary, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- last Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Starke Tuesday Mr. Shands extends they will be entertained by Rev. will convene here April !:'-it,
It l is earnestly
E. Duller, and 11. II. plratlonul speaker. kins, called the roll and read the H. VansIckel and attended executive a cordial Invitation to every and Mrs. 0. P. Raymond assistedby Fort Plerce-$501000 new\Ulul
W. J. ,
Mrs. Epperson
urged by
t 1 i Voungr.! of New River Association minutes of the previous. meeting. board meeting of O. E. S. at'' citizen of Bradford county to at- the ladies of the Baptist churchat City school building nearing calif|
t ''+ K MIttllioovertV.\ I.' made for Memorial Day exercises there next Tuesday.
+ { yx -- and as many churches : ------------ -----.----
1i I un: Thursday the 26th of this William Morris has returned - --
Mrs. M.
Ionian PII possible. For homes while in - I
F month, and the following committees l from a visit to her son-in-law Mrs G. M. Sistrunk, Mrs. C. A.
with cards Thursday afternoon atr' endnames
II the city for this meeting i
appointed to assist In this and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ros Futch and son, Mack, spent FrI- I Ii
her home, corner Church and Nona to Mrs. A. E. Marsh, 1934 II
streets. work: oe Bradley, in Jacksonville. Mr day In Jacksonville as guests of II I
Laura St., Jacksonville.
Cemetery and Mrs. NorrIs have apartments Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Siatrunk. Mr. -1
9 Cherokee roses In baskets and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, : Mrs S. E.Urownlee :. + I
r bowls beautified the living room Pub. Chm. Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. I it the home of Mr. and !Mrs F. ,A. O. M. Sistrunk, Joseph Sistrunk, I
J. 11. Rltch, Misses\ Addle and Rosa: I I'I Scott. Mr. C. A. Futch and Merrill Futch I

' 't ?_.-_:_ Ita laden. attended the ball game in Jacksonville I
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4fl( ', Flower committee: Miss\ Olive !Mrs W. J. Epperson, president Friday.At .
I II II Ray, Madge Mlddleton\ Ethel Griffin of the New River Association, will

!Mrs George C White, and attend the Jacksonville Divisional the regular meeting of the O. Stop Look ;
I Mrs. Bynum Perkins. District Institute of W. M. U., E. S. Chapter No. 166, held Mon-

I Music\ : Miss Ethel 1 Griffin and next Tuesday, Wednesday and day evening In the Masonic rooms,
Mrs. A, Z, AdkIns. Thursday at the Main street Baptist Mrs. 0. W. Alderman and Mrs i i

'Vr'athsIra.: O. L. Ueasley. church in Jacksonville. 0. A. Anderson were elected dele- I

chairman with chapter members. gates to the Grand Chapter meet.lug's .-

w+ ,I Flags: Miss Olive Ray. Mrs. Marie Elwood Mrs. J. S. in Miami April 25 to 27th. At I:

( Dinner: Mrs J, M. Brownlee and Kimball Mrs. Lillian Selgler, Rev this meeting Mrs. Edwin Southerswas Listen ::1 P

t I Mrs JV.. Andrews, Jr. L.V.. Klckllter and Rev. 0. P. received as a member of the

/ I ji' The chapter was pleased to wel- Raymond motored to Penney chapter I

'/HA N'b I come Mrs. Louis II. Hill of Law- Farms and Green Cove Springs I ,

j ley as a member of their Tuesday Mr. and Mrs H. .J. Quinn of
; eon. Clearwater and Mr. J. Tarrance of ; i

i' The following finance committee Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Miami were week-end guests of I .

) was appointed to serve until the and daughter Miss Elise, and Fen-' the; J, S. Balpas family, Mrs. I .
.. : last of June: Mrs. W. E. Torode, nella Snyder motored to Jackson- Quinn being a niece of Mrs Mal- ,

: Mrs. J, M. Brownlee, Mrs. R. A. ville Tuesday, going to meet Mr. pas. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn left for I i iI
Weeks Mrs. Effle Miner and Miss\ Jones' mother, Mrs. B. E. Jonesof ''I Birmingham Ala., and from there BUY

Sarah 1\Ialpas. New Orleans, who will spend they will go to New York City to I I II II

The hostess served daInty re- several, weeks In Starke. ,. make their future home. I
"Putting the Cart I
reshments of frozen fruit salad,
I Neal Adams'of has The deacons and board of trustees -
sandwiches and iced tea, and was Gainesville !
Before the Horse" I assisted In serving by 0.. L. taken over the Seaboard Oil Company of the Baptist church hetd a Rough Lumber $25.00 M

) ItS laynes, Jr., Lillian Sternberg and agency in Alachua and Bradford meeting at the pastortum last I II
I Georgia Haynes. counties succeeding Eugene Thursday evening. There were I

S r e i Mrs. M. C. Stith favored the com Caton. Mr. Adams Is a well known ten members In attendance and a I !
Borrowing business man of Gainesville.Mr. special hour followed when Mrs.J '
money and not paying it back when
due selectionsThe
is I S. Butler Mrs. O. W. Aldermanand and

like! putting the cart before the horse, it gets you no- j I Sweet Miss Mary Mrs. A. 'Z. Ad- and Mrs, Alexander Kelly Mrs. 0. P. Raymond servedIce t : Flooring Ceiling I

where. kins accompanied Mrs. Stlth on the Seasons are anounclng the mar- cream and cake. I
I piano. riage of their daughter Sara, to I

"Easy Money" has hurt more farmers Mrs. L. G, Powell gave a most Arthur Leslie Sanders !March 29, Leo Wltkovski. of the U, S. I $25.00 M
than it has : interesting reading on the character 1928. This young couple, who are Navy, is spending this week in

i helped. of Robert E. Lee. well known here will be at home Starke with his aunt, Mrs. E. S.

I Misses! Madge!\ Mlddleton!\ and after April 15 at Cogdill Ga. Matthews; and family. Leo has

I It is important to borrow money when you need it, Sarah Malpag will be hostesses at I M- seen several months service on I

but It is the chapter meeting the first Wednesday The Western Union uptown of- board the destroyer Bruce In
equally important that Siding $25.00MWHILE
you pay it back when I in !\May fice will be ready for use by Mon- southern waters. The Bruce with -

r due. That builds credit standing with our bank.. Mrs. Ilaynes' guests were: Mesdames day. The equipment now Installed two companion destroyers, are 1, I II
I II I K, A. Weeks L. II. Hill : In the omce in the telephone exchange now in the Jacksonville harbor fora I 1I 1I

;r' We are always ready and eager to lend money to re- i George n. Flynn L. G. Powell, W. building is of the latest stay of several days. I I I II

sponsible farmers. L.. Wall, S. F. Hamrlck, A. Z. Ad- type and every convenience Is of I
nut we must make good loans and I kIns M\ C. Stlth, L. A. Davis. M. fered to the public. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, counselor,

established credit gets most favorable attention. E. Edwards' J. M. Brownlee. J. entertained the Baptist Girls' Aux- ': IT LASTS I II

I '. 'V.ndrewI, Jr.. Misses Madge\ Butler's Pharmacy this week's iliary at her home Monday after- I
You are cordially invited to avail yourself of our Middleton.\ Sarah Malpas. Olive flavors in Poinsettia Ice cream i noon. It was the regular circle I I (

and Amelia Ray and sherbets banana cherry ma- meeting and sewing was done for I
banking SERVICE. I
--ff1 I I ple nut. tutti-frutti. strawberry the Baptist Children's Home of I II
Wo"\S' (fMil vanilla, chocolate, fruit sherbet Jacksonville. Some business was I
31EETING: : 'J<;U'iJ: <:MU.\Y- pineapple sherbet Eskimo plel.I disposed of and a social hour followed -

4 I Bradford I We deliver Phone 160. during which the hostess ; QUIGLEY & DAVIS

: County ,Bank} The regular'monthly: ( meeting of took the eleven girls present to !
the Woman's, Club will take place : Sanford E. Ritch left Thursday Butler's Pharmacy for refresh- \ ,
--- Wednesday afternoon at 3:30.: for Wythevllle. Virginia, where he ments. ', IA J' ( ,

"BradfordCounties, Financial I ,I her Mrs\ W. E. Mlddleton. will give will join the Demorest Stock Com- i :'\ .t)n VIOITAV ; G J.-'IH' }l r i

report of the Florida Federa- pany. He expects to visit his parents :Mrs. S. T. Dell and Mrs. A. V. !

Strottphold" tion of Women's Clubs, which met in Clover S. C.. for a coupleof Long motored to Starke today, .' ." .".
11 I I It Coral Gables in March. days and also see his cousin visiting relatives and friends, Mrs. II 1

b -t1 f 1 1V MT9: ft.: A*. WlwW, vTAtttftalt \\t M t*s !;iNbNth ReMdvtlt'vthb.tit tt< Del' >feI tfr; to
V Y % Y '---r'- 'I American Home Committee will freshman at Flora McDonald Col- concerning her brdlher, R. 3EBS9!

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"""" _- 1111I 1IIII..1IIII4tII. iiI"TJi'"T..w. =====- i I K. M of Jacksonville+ spent Tuesday -I here with the Phoenix Utility co-m' I Ir

Bits oflocal II I I Mr here. aud Mrs. 1>, SuUenJleld v 11 left pany.Mrs. Sidney Church, Kenneth i SPECIALS t lj.

Sunday for St. Augustine, where Church and Miss Betty Saunders( Friday Saturday r

they will make their home. of Keystone Heights, .spent.. Friday

NevBfc. 'l In Starke with friends
<< ? -e1
Rev. and Mrs. it. D. Speakman i .
Messrs. C. A. Knight, K M I
Penney Farms, spent Sunday ,
Concerning Our P.ople, Business and 18' and will upend Friday iu Starke. Johns! Joe Truby and Hamilton I .t,1.
Cans 6 for 55c
Hitch went to Jacksonville last I r Large
of the County and Town. ,
Progress Fred F. Thursday for the ball game.Johnny V MI'lk
Stump came home from n mp's

uaommmmnmai i' !! 1 juitiiiiiiiummiiuuiiiiiiiutliVUUK un.mwuisnw-arwsawrw/ __ '" _''IIII.IIIIM-1 with Eustls hU and family.spent the week-end his home in Abbott Allentown left Tuesday Pa. after for i U LJu Small Cans, 6 f for 28c

[ iurouT Jerry W. Carter, state hotel commissioner having spent several mouths herewith I
was among the visitors Mrs. T. J. Grlffln and daughter the Phoenix Utility Company I !
r ,i-port tor week end- to Starke Wednesday.Rev. Mrs. K. M. Johns motored to Jacksonville : ;
::;))11 I 192$, Southern For- Monday and spent the day. Attorney and Mrs. K:. M. Johns i PALM OLIVE TOILET SOAP Gco Washington Smoking ',

Station, Starke O. P. Raymond will left Thursday for Tampa where
Corinth on Sunday next at 3 Mrs. Maurice Edwards and Mrs he will attend the Dar Association I 3 Bars f for 24cCAMP'S Tobacco 3 25c

Max Mln. Preclp. o'clock. J.Jacksonville M. Mitchell\ Monday.wero visitors to meeting. { -----.: Packages{

78 47 .00.00 :New Spring shades of Iron Clad Miss Fannie Cronu-r of Jacksonville I -
MO, 66 60. .13 Hone, |K>lntiMl heels. .I. O and. Owen Orlflln spent the weekend spent Sunday here as the rttN CATSUP WARirS SUGAR COOKIES .
t $.,IfS.OO. at home with his mother Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs I.'. A. t
u rgncrli c's. guest
np 47 .00 O. J. Grimm t<
; I 39 .00 Sweezy. Large 25c Small 2 for 25cI'ILLSIIL'RY
Mrs. T. D. Dozen
Proctor of Lake Butler to Package14c
45 .00
:'. ..00IIUII1I1 was a visitor to Starke Wed Mr. and Mrs J. S. Butler wentto !Miss Myrtle Strickland has been .
;" nesday.Mr. Savannah Ga, Monday tor I a spending a couple of weeks In HEST FLOUR ,
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-- -- few days visit.
Ocala with her brother-In-law and

"Pharmacy -delivers any- and Mrs. Lester Harper mo slater, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. "'eekly.11I1' FAIRY TOILET SOAP
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McMillon and 24 Pound
leii, taro Phone 160. tored to Jacksonville Tuesday and Bag r r 1.32
spent[ the day.Harmon children spent the week-end In Orlando and Mrs. J. F. Collpy. Katie 6flarsfor-------
with relatives.Leviton's .
\111 I, Dimes L. rickerlllI Fugate, Mrs. Hay Colley and .

I I, ..alnoavllle; Sunday. Stroman, of Tallahassee daughter vstted relatives In wild- 12 Pound Bag 69c -- t
brother of Mrs. S. S. howling tailoring/ and pressing! wood and Hernundo Sunday. --NlTcnt OLEOMARAGINE

Lawtey, was a vls- Is liere for a few weeks' visit. shop Thompson and Madison sts.,
?)) >t opposite bottling plant. Phone 97. Miss Alice Fernandez John Powell
rK' aiurday.; 6 Pound 38c
-- Mrs. J. E. Corpening spent and Wesley Stearns wero In Bag POUND PACKAGE 28c ,
Mr. and !Mrs. L. A. Davis and Jacksonville Tuesday for their
Monday Jacksonville
C A. Knight spent with
Mrs Mrs. K. M Rooks motored, Jacksonville --' .-
mi Hastings.. section.. friends. Tuesday and spent the music lessons. .-- --cJJT1iUNJiJ,1 fJtJr ---- I'/LV ('ljJlrS-SUPS w

day. The new screen at the Gulety; "
Mn" [K} II. Smith were Peanuts, chufas and velvet
1 .ntivllle Tuesday. beans. J. F. Klckllter. Theatre was Installed Tuesday. 3 Cans or 25c
--- Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Hodgesand You will enjoy the pltturus even -

dresses for $21.05. Mar Mrs. W. M. I<;Edwards Miss Lois daughter, MarjorIe Evelyn, of better than before. .1'JINlJTlrftl'jIlNlJM OATS '
Long and :Miss: 'Louise Edwards Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith I .
Mr! and Mrs A. P. Hoffman.( Mm. Annie Richard and !Mrs.. 0. HOUSE (' p pt
spent Monday in Jacksonville.
W. Mozo, ot Jacksonville were ALARGE Box30c t''
.1 Mis Fred Sapp spent Mrs M.! Levlton and her of Mr. and Mrs. E.
daughter ; Sunday guests: ,
Mrs. N. T. Hitch, Mrs. C. N. r
lib friends. 1 i
t 48c
l.i 1 Pound Can
!Miss Rosa, returned Sunday 8. Matthews. ( '
Christy, and Mrs. S. R. Johns mo- ;
night from Hot Springs Ark., VAN CUII"S 1'ORK & MEANS a' ,
i I.L Frazee went to tored to Glen St. Mary Monday.
y where they spent several weeks Airs John Laugford! of Starke
(, itn>nd. circuit court. was In Lake Butler Friday. and 3 Pound Can -$1.42 hidv.Size6 f 25c r
--- Kd Larson, of Keystone Heights, -- or
Miss Virginia Weeks came home spent the day with Mrs C. H Reg
.nund, Florida peanuts was a visitor in Starke Wednes _. _
last Friday from Tallahassee, ister.-Union County Times. t
errs day. where she is freshman In the JJtjj1'1/l R'S C111NA- '(TATS National ItiKCitit Crackers 1 ,
Florida State College for Women Mrs\ R. S. Johns and Mrs W. {
of Lawtey was a Mrs. A. Z. Adkins with Mr. and '
KMoort SIIII'k.i 1II0n.lay.lit" Mrs. J. C. AdXIns, of Gainesville, S. York spent last Tuesday In LARCEBox--------35c All 5c Boxes 6.fo.r.-f 25c
spent Monday In Jacksonville. Mrs. L. A. Pavls. !Mrs. J. M. Starke, the guests of friends- -Union ,
Mitchell Mrs. O. L Beasley and County Times. _
of Spring Hnts rrnliiirv .
Mrs. Julian Peek spent Friday In ---- -/
I I. :\Iar/otll.lte's./ Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Jacksonville. Itcnutifiil line of vn"li fnx.kn,
and children, motored to St. Aug- BEST DRIED SALT BACON Per Pound -17c
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Powell- spent a few ustine last Thursday.Mr. print and lliiillli' $\:3.115 to $1.1)1gunrunturrl ., ,
I E< K. Perryman left Tuesday for hart c.oln.IIII'ICUI"; '
week In JacksonvilleiMldren.
Tampa, to take up a summer engagement 11..11..
and Mrs. L. Wyman and
with the Southeastern
daughter, Ruth, spent Tuesday In ;
Baseball League. MissesSarah Malpai and Hazel ,
..1 I Mrs Nat SternbergJacksonville Jacksonville. Klckllter spent Saturday In Jack ?F

Friday and Mrs L V. !Moore went to Jacksonville sonrllle with friends. :
George C. White state bank ex- j'4t {
last Thursday and entered I II fl1rr.ft
the week-end at :
aminer spent n
St. Vincent's hospital for treat Mrs. 11. IX Duke of Green Cove I
arrell the turnip king of home. ment.E. Springs and her moth'rJrll.! ..

attending to business Laura Steele, of Hock Inghum, N.
i Starke Wednesday.neglster Mrs. E. L. Browne has returned she- L, Demmon acting; director. C? visited Miss MabelVeller Mon
from Jacksonville, where
-'- Southern Forest Experiment station day, '
state auto tag has been spending a few days.
New Orleans arrived In
| of Lake Butler,' was in Starke Tuesday. Mis. Mel Leonard supterlntend- ____... ._ _._ _e --_.-
esday' Miss Free Wynn of Hampton Is ent of Baptist Children's Home, ot I grnnd-duughter Barbara, who Id rtago of their dang liter. Ruby to

visiting her aunt !Mrs. Theodore Gerald Mlddleton has leased the Jacksonville, "spent' Sunday and ill at the home of her parents, Mr Mr. I'. O J, Brown, Jr., Hntiirday

1'lnlt for.nrt'HNI"N t.9.regularriliios Marl demons at Miami. Illling! \ station on West Madison :Monday here as guests of !Mr and and Mrs. Easel Mead. March 31, 1928. Starko Klu Mr [GENT A WORD
$1 .
Judge A. Z. Adklns motored to street and will handle the Gulf Mrs O.V. Alderman.Mr. and Airs. Brown will make 'tholr
products Mr and Mrs J. S. Brown returned -

----- Green Cove Springs Tuesday on and Mrs.V.. 'I'. Kllgo who home to Plant City Saturday home _In... .n Gainesville.___ _.____.. COLUMNFOH

of E Brooker demons and "WaV-busl- business. Mrs. 1 1. G. Kimball Miss Margaret 'have been with !Mrs Anna Mur- after a visit here with Mrs. Nat Sternberg ID. one ot the lending RENT -groom house on { x

l were Butler's Pharmacy serves Potn- Prevatt and Mrs. Lillian flee for the past ten months left Brown's bruther and sister-in-law. end men of the Moro'<'n, Temple \ South street. Inquire of J. W.Morgan. '
to Starke
">rf Monday.
and sherbets. We Seigler will spend Saturday at Silver this morning for their home In Slirlno Minstrel, TuesdayVeni !:'Starke Fla. 3.3"L
settla ice cream Air. and Mrs. N. 11. Hull. I, u
-- I C.
Springs. Charlotte, +
nesday and Thursday, at Temple .
I M Johns was a business deliver phone 160. I'UIIUO( TYPIST Bring' your ff'

n. Green Cove 'Springs Friends will be glad: to learn Sammy Sternberg a "student at Mr and Mrs. Robert, Cone, and Theatre, Jacksonville.. The pub work to me. Rates cheap. Slnah 1 i ra';
Sergeant E. E. Adams. Inf., D. children of Gainesville, were In lic Is Invited 10. Moore, It* 'r
that Mrs J. H. Lord is able to sit the University of }Florida will
.. ,. .
-- -- crraflned to her bed the week-end at home with Starke Sunday afternoon visiting
.H __ up after being; spend At u. regular executive board FOR SAI.KFlorida; ,! Special tomato t
for three weeks. his parents, Mr. and Airs N. [..Miss Hannah Swindell on Cherry meeting of the 'Voman'.f'lllb Wednesday plant, |2.50 per thousand. It

I II -- -- Sternberg.Mr. street. It was voted! that the club O. O, Cuson, Starko. 'It* '. 1 I
New Spring Tallies and cnrels for would sponsor' an outdoor carnival
s I till OIIH|<,"". 1\11Irjt1'rlh' and Mrs. C. A Knight: Dr. James Chant went to South and circus Friday" and Satur- I.OST-.l.l1rge black sow, with few ; ;

Judge and Mrs. G. Gardtaer Jacksonville Tuesday to ipend a day, April 27 and 28. white spots, weight about 20* I ,
4 Mr. and Mrs. D. t. Ames. and Mr. spent Sunday In Hastlag with W. couple of weeks with hi* son and ----,----- pound Left place March 2'.; .'p1 ? "i.d .

4 George Dobell will spend Sunday S. Yelvington and Z. J. Roberts daughter-in-law. Dr.. and Mrs. WH. Mr. C. H. Coulter, a student of O. C. CiiHon Starke It* ,
tl Come at Sanderson as guests ot Mr. and lamllles. Chase. the University of Michigan Ann I
v, Mrs.' H. Bauman. FOrt SALK-Ford touring, 1 1931
Arbor arrived Sunday from his
tl Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott model, In good (condition with %1 ,
Mr. and I ..Mrl!. W. II. Perkins spent lost home In Detroit for six months'! I
'Prof. S. S. Dowllngwas In DeLand, and Mrs. Stanley Car- Thursday in Jacksonville and reports practical[ experience with the thren good tire. $325 cash.

Gainesville Wednesday attending/ 'nell.and son James Frederick, of her son, Warren doing nice Starke Branch of the Southern -John-Kellogg.-__-- ..-*, { l+

the convention' -of High School Ormond, will be week-end guestsof ly. lie expects to be able to leave Forest Experiment; Station FOR 8ALK-Two Ford worm n

1 In- Principals.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. the hospital very soon drive trucks, ch ap. ,0. MV3I-

,t On Mr. and Air. J. M. Mitchell will\ trunk, Starke. ". ':;; 4- -2C.FUlt .
1 M. LevIton left Thursday :MTS. O. J. Griffln win eutertalm 3Vfr.: und Airs. D. L. Reaxley motored go to Lake City City Sunday to : ''WH
for 'Valdosta. Ga. where she win the Baptist Circle No. 2: at her to Tampa Sunday and Mrs. meet their guests, Mrs. Attln De KENT-.FurnUhed. apa.rt. 1 *rt
Visit her mother and other relatives. home Monday afternoon..All members Beailey will remain over Easter Lamar' and eon, Philip ot Quincy: ment with convenience1\ *':U :. 1

: are urged to attend prompt! Sunday with her parents Air. and Mr. Lamar and Mrs. Mitchell are Walnut street, All's..'. Hatnrlrk.It .

he is Fine i I Mr. and Mrs.. W. J. Epperson at- at three o'clock.. I JVIrs. A. C. Durden. cousins. .-- ..-...
Mileage iI tend the surprise shower for '0. E. Mrs. Lizzie Johns wrth Mr and .1\,11'\ and Mrs' W. B. Mundy', and iil liillll; iiiiumiimuiminiii'iKni' 'illlllliillllllllll'UlIlIljII'i i ;; i 'm 1"1" 1I111'"lIllllohlllll'iiiiiIIHliiiIllI' iI l"illI1nlnIIHt/lllMllllIIlIlII..IIII! / .. iii wwii. .....i; :

I I S. District Instructor, Mrs. J, E. Inr!!. A. N. Pettit and children of Callts Manning have returned from {

Malnes, at Lake Butler last week. Alachuu.. spent Saturday and Sunday Jin auto trip through South ,,Carolina r- Starke Hdw. & Furn. Co. 1'

If you really want to get low-cost tire I at Baldwin with Mrs. and Mr. making' their headquarters I
I Mr. and Mrs. J. tl. Groover of C. K.:J hns. \ jit Laurent at the home of Mr. g
mileage, let us fix you up now witha ATrna, Oa.. spent the -week-end tn .tuntly'll parents. ;1 1I J (Just opened in old Rosenberg Bltlg.)

set of new Goodyears. I Starke, guests of Mr. and Mrs. ... Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, 1 I Complete line shelf hardware, cash only, at
A. Saul. !Miss Ethel Grlflln. and James Richard -Messrs. Anthony and Alfred AlerHtreau been
one-third the you've paying.
about price ;
: --- Wainwright spent Saturday \
the I arrived from Sopchoppy,
Quality considered { Tom sweat of Jacksonville, spent In Jacksonville seeing the ball Florida Tuesday for a few day {
I Good House Paint, $2.2. gallon/ oni/.t { :
lowest-cost equipment you can buy, Monday and Tuesday her with atne. ,I visit wtth their parents Mr. and I''

and you will have the satisfaction of I sister Grover! and Sweat.brother, Mills Loca and Mr. and 1\11'8. John Kelton and to Mrs.Punta T. .A.Gorda.Mersereau. before going -; Complete House l'llrlllsIli"U8-easy terms ifdesired. :'. 1' :

knowing that no one gets a better tire i'i'or :' children John and Bonnie .of I la: : l'I '

than do. I Miss Julia way Peek Mr. and Trenton, will arrive Saturday tore Mr. ad .Air. J, T. Shaw, of I: IIIUAM: ( HULL, :Manager[ '; I 1 It

a bette price you I Mrs. R. Rustln and Mlsa Itastln.of guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Galne.vill <, announce the mar ,umn.. uuluuusisiamsus'esauwsouui.aeuntInmwmu"!!!., !!!!"!!! ,!!!!,,!!'' 'u'" "IIIIIIIIIIII.1, "II".' 1 ':" urniwuoiannsruw, '{ I '
Avondale, spent Sunday In Carleton.;
No "special deals," no "extra discounts : Starke with friends! and relatives. + STARKE FOLKS JJy J. E. Corpeniny ;

trade" line of taffy Strawberry crates and caps at
"long i
: f
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Klckllter1 REPORT
"The World's Greatest Judge ( s wEl.tLeT'S T THE ?
here-just went to Sarasota Thursday and WHYiNK WELLaI J

Tire" at as low a price as quality can will spend the week-end In Tampa Mr. and Mr*. D. I. Ames Mr*. AREMAYou YOU CAN'T lAfl we IT AN YaJ t1YPOP : CARD OF' r
and attend the bar association.Mrs. K. L. Browne, Mrs. M. B. Stevens MANS SIGN YOUR
be sold. and daughter. Nancy, Mr*. II. If. I !- I'lArtE WITH SLHOOL

You'll save a lot-we'll make a little \ Josephine. Berry, Johns Misses and Audrey daughter and- Young to Fernandlna and George Sunday DoBell motored a a YOUREYES s GARDRT ff,, ? ENINGS.H <

-and we'll both be happy. Come on Patricia Lambe motored to Gainesville I I jI

Monday. Circle No. 3 of the Baptist I .
in-the mileage is fine. church will meet Monday afternoon i

"Speed" Harvey formerly of 3:30: at Mrs. Dave Kite' M t 1'r',4' MARXEDWI II I fi
Plant City, Is In Starke again, beIng home, which la said to be the old tJ i
employed In the c2V e of the eat house /In Starke. n f' I _

I American Express Company ,
Mrs. J, L. Harrell, Keefc Har- l R' ttJ t.v'a' .aw + I

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond. Rev. L.W rell Mr. Joe L. Harrell. Jr., Dr.
REME SERVICE STATION No. 2 Klckllter and Mrs. Kimball J. J. Sullen and daughter Miss "Of Good Report" That's what makes this "The .' '
were'' visitors to Penney Farms Beatrice, have returned from Norman I Family Drug: Store of Service and Satisfaction." Drug: Store tWe'll

STARKE, FLORIDA Tuesday afternoon. Park and Moultrle Ga. I serve you as we've served your friendspoThe Service Store"Starke i

Frank Bork has gone to Palatka Mr.. S. Shaw .e. *ifta vllle. ar- It t litely and with pleasing promptness. Fla.
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i -,,-- -- -- -- --- '" result there Is a definite demand 1 T GROWING I I II of alcohol. plt, ,I''. '
-"': _,-_:_' -. --1 as a for Its eggs. UNIVERSITY OF l' PLAN HINTS TO JICSI WIV"S" : ered jars wllln '- etc'
I ,
"Naturally, with more money, STRAWBERRIES Home is to be used Apr Jj
Weekly from Demonstration -I ,
Farmers & Farming available through better prices. the, I Specialists TallahasseeFOR layers possible.. "" '' 'oh
producer has become a better and : Portions of Alnchnit County "Said' I cloth and apph t I", llr,,,,,

Y larger buyer as his purchasing to (x> IVtuliaily. Adapted<< FLOORS AND FURNITUREStains be polished." If 'hll n

r (By Agricultural. Editor) power has been greatly Increased I I, to Growth arid Chamber hard, work h, ,, ,?!,::.
University of Florida, April '
Secrotary ;r
of Commerce Long and
In addition his Income has been for light-colored wood ionium' ,. ,j .
Changes In the entrance requirements to .\1.1.. good result rubs
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles stabilized and he Is In a position i' floors call for 1 pint boiled lin- -
for the University -
and Methods Found to meet his obligations promptly. 2. Declaring seed oil and 1 1-2 quarts turpen- West Palm H,*, ,
l -
Farm Experiences April I
of Gainesville, : ;;;
b "It Is a significant fast that most Florida law school have been announced county .
r,. To Ite Best Suited to Our Country"COOPS" prosperous and relatively the best i by Dean Harry U. Tressler that a. portion of the soil In Ala tine. If a filler is wanted as well consumption rank.,).f t ''HII, | *
v of as a stain a pint of whiting or of k ,''' '
financial centers In the state chua county was peculiarly adapt '"*
; these changes will go Into etj uary.
cornstarch half whlting nd half
hU --- - "- ,,'/ California Industry are those Is in particularly which the j feet at the beginning of the next I ed to the growing of strawberriesSecretary cornstarch should be thoroughly( West Palm H\, ,, n <'rat

poultry and In which the association semester and are In accordancewith J. :McL. Rlgdell of the mixed with the oil and turpentine. Beach Cham''" ,r ''I, C.
i POULTRY strong/ chamber of commerce stated yesterday color moves Into 1m,, : .
STABILIZE has a large membership, a recent amendment to the To give the desired to the ,""
Ive Avenue .
communities are that he had plans for the stain, mix Into a powdered burnt .11 i ., ,. ,
These particular constitution of the American Association in the county Orlando I I. .
this sienna
It.. INDUSTRY SAY BUSINESS MEN gy the and largest towns users In of these electrical particular ener of Law Schools, of which reviving Some 20 of years crop ago when strawberries umber Vandyke with brown a little Indian burnt red, yel-, for made in buihi, ,.,, ,, _, I.I lb\!

centers show good; business and the University of Florida U a mem were grown in this county low ochre or other dry color 'or new gnaw ,? 'I*
__ l' conditions ber. the Alachua county berry was mixture of colors can be used. The and Savings < '?'?''I'au' ,
-- banking Hereafter It will be netessarx recognized as superior to that of rule is'to try your mixtureon Polk City t''u' ""r art
the association was form general tq('
; 'S + Ono Hun I Prime. lnro. Hunk (>runts. t ii-i. year the o members continue .Since working capital or revolving that the prerequisite 68 hours of any grown In other parts of the a piece of pine or of hard wood around proper? ,i\ ''f t pill, ('
Million its
llitlf ed
t :t I Open Uiio of rr ASMIK,- ) to I'fiultry degree and not Just any 68 county is fortunate in color shouldme McIntosh W II
that the cooperativemust toabout $750,000. all of and shade. As a rule, Urn
r rill( CiuiHt. ItiiHiiifNM. :Men $50.000 for ped first car li-im,,.
student's ,
( products
; credits which suit a having agricultural sparingly as some ""f
out of the profits added very !ell
be rendering them a valuable which has come
ai ( "-''1' SjHlitn.The ( the entire year here on recent din
I due to good management fancy. sale throughout ; of the colors are very strong.Whl'n ,
financial Hide, of co-opcra- service. "The association now does a with the exception of February the stain Is thoroughly dry, Okeechobei ;. 1
r A "The association not only has e5o0ooo business of about $$15,000OQO, a Announcing a faculty of !fll and March, when there are only it should be polished with homemade tract let for "' ''I,h"mr', t
tlvo marketing In 'allfornla apparently $ line of open credit with Egg production has probably members, 9,500 copies of the catalogue a. few products for sale. With or with commercial polish. curbing and imHiiui"''' bM'
t I l IB roiullly recognized! : by us, but also bun established excellent year Increased flfteeen times over for the 1928 summer session the advent of strawberries into the Water stains are also used. Potassium state road r'I" ,>i .''n 0J

bankers and bUHlneni' men of lie( credit with banks In New Yolk the period before the associationwas of the University of Florida county, this dull season will be permanganate, 1.2 poundto county.

Iacin CoiiHt. AH an example the city and other parts of the (coun formed but by good merchandising are now being distributed, accord eliminated, and will give the coun- 4 quarts of water, Is an old, and Palm Beach, ( ,nirJ
that these bank I to Dean J. W. Norman of the good sales throughout every should be improvement "nto'begin i 'It"R01.!
i comment of a bunk official who dev try. The fact and advertising methods ing ty well-known stain. It
clared recently: that one uwHocIa- credits are available to the or this great Increase has been Teachers College, director of the month of the year. applied with a brush of consistent soon

:k; tlon of poultrymen had an open ganlzutlon Indicates' without question taken care of at a profit to the I summer school. Mr. Rlgdell has been In communication size. When dry It can be finished 'I
line of credit of a hnlf-nillllon dollars that It Is a successful o-op producer. I The catalogues contain a complete with the fruit grow- with oil and turpentine, 1 to' 2,
'+ In a bit startling to Florida erutlve Institution" "Another Interesting fact Is thatIn curriculum and schedule ot ers exchange, handling berries or with wax polish. Fur furniture Wm.
3r u poultrymen who are groping their Development of communities In the last six years the associationin I lasses as well as other valuable from Starke and Lawtey, who polish, linseed oil and turpen- lLlFFlI
; way along the co-operative trail which the poultry and egg business comparison with almost every Information for persons contemplating have' answered him that they tine, 1 to 1.
but as yet lack a movement toward In ('enterelanll\ prosperous conditions other section of the United States summer study during the, furnish a. buyer for all berries \\a\ I'olli! for Furniture und I
t v tutu-wide or Hoctlonal amalgamation prevailing In these particular has Invaded the New York market period between June 11 and August grown in this county, even where "Floors Expert Watch Re:

+h which IIUN made the l''out\\try centers, are direct evidences that and established its. famous brand 4. less than car lots might be had. "Break up one pound of wax,
t Producers of Central I California nn 'the co-operative organizations of "Nulaid" In the public mind. Berries are now selling for $16 and melt It to the consistency of I ing
) important bllHllloa" organization poultrymen have been a definite "Co-poerotlve marketing is hereto A two-day Investigation; of the per crate. This should equal the thick cream, in a bowl which is
Fred V. Auer. assistant vice- HUCCCHS In California In the opin- stay and it has become a factorIn University of Florida campus andclaBsroom returns of any other crop that can placed In a saucepan of boiling wa-
'r { ), president of the Anglo & London ion of H. It. Trumbull, buslneim business, and no small part of facilities by member, be grown In the county, he said. ter. Take the bowl from the fire,
J i; 4 I'arla National Dank of San Francisco man of San Francisco and Novato, the success of the poultry business of the state educational survey for And coming especially at this season and gradually beat Into the wax ENGRAVIJEWELRY!\ !

,' > Is another California banker one of the poultry-producing centers in California Is due to co-operate Institutions of higher learningwas when cash returns are at their One) pint of turpentine and half a
,k who expresses derided opinions and representative ot the efforts" concluded herq today. Makingthe lowest would circulate cash In of turpentine and a half pint
about the value of rooperatlv'emarketillg. state market director In the poul- The next article In the series of survey were Dr. R. J. LeonardV. the county that would be worth- pint -- ----- --- -

11', Speaking of the Central try Industry. news facts about co-operative marketing \ C. Bagley and E. S. Evendon, while not only to the growers but poison but Is effective against files.
N California poultry association, "One only has to compare pres- presented by the Telegraphwill all of Columbia University; E. L to the business interests of Gaines- Put It in saucers or other shallow
he says: ent conditions In the poultry Industry deal with activities of the !McVey, president of the University ville. containers and keep it where the Hull Building
"The work of the association has with other prior to the organization California Fruit Growers Ex- of Kentucky; and II. J. Hoke files can get to It but the children
been responsible for taking an of the' co-operative to change, the citrus co-operative of dean of William and Mary College,, I'IUISTnU: : S can't.In.
l otherwl unstable bust lncHa and realize the great advantages and that state and the oftupheld model FINDING KAVOIl U ITIIPAKMIKS fightlngi; flies, as In other Starke Fieri
making of It a stabilized, well- success of this organization. Priorto for Florida growers. This article Important research work along : OK FLORIDA kinds of war eternal vigilance is ,
managed Industry with markets'' the organization; of the association will be timely and interesting.StuartCommercial )lines connected with the naval the price of success. Keep ever-
throughout the country and a producer".BOld: their products stores Industry are being conducted Gainesville, Fla.-One acre of lastingly at it.
/ membership which has steadily on a haphazard basis and at any fisherman at the University by B. J. Otte,, permanent pasture Is worth about
growls more prosperous as the cooperative price, much of the time producing of this section planning organization curator of the department ot the same as 10 acres of woods pas-
expanded and selling at a loss. The speculative to protect Interests of fishing chemistry and the pharmacy col ture, declare farmers of this state
f, { "The reasons for the success: are buyer made all of the profits Industry. lege. Full co-operation In this in answer to a questlonaire gent
t standardization, which has developed and the price was BO mani- Sebring Fredman, Nicollell work was promised In Savannahby out by John M. Scott, animal Industrialist !i

l' ''Ij quality and therefore pulated that the producer: did not Inc., opens new apron factory here. the Mellon Institute of Pitts' of the Florida Experiment tt
i' created policies and the placing of have the opportunity to make a Chlpley Improvements o n burgh, the world's greatest research Station. s ..CCLCR TIM
+' ntt' the organization In the hands of a definite profit grounds of Florida National Egg- organization.That Answering the query of Mr. \ I Icsi
5, ,, competent management which "The co-operative association la Laying Contest plant here completed. the resinous products of Scott, every man replied that his I I :
.l know financial and business con- built on a real sound buslnes bas- pine trees will take the place of permanent pasture was a good Investment -
r ditions. is in which the producers, In a Arcadia-Track of land approxI- upland cotton and Its seed within It is generally estimatedthat THE BUCK STYLE Snd\v\ |
: i "An Indication of the success measure, nre stockholders and In mating 600 acres on Peace River the next five years was one of thestnrtling from seven to 10 acres of
of this organization In seen In the which they share the profits. The purchased as site for establishment statements which Mr. woodland pasture are required to
t. t fact t that Its members are held association has also built up a reputation of Chautauqua Assembly of Otte relayed from "the Savannah graze one mature animal for a
a + t only by yearly contracts. Year nf- for quality and service and Florida. meeting "This means," says Mr. year. Farmers who are using good
of this type pastures find that an
"that the culture permanent
I ........." '" ,.. .....wwm." .." ....,.'';wj --..-., : _m_ of Otte cotton, must necessarily be abandoned acre of pasture will graze at least
In the face of competitionfrom one cow for a year.
,;. : naval stores for which new "A great deal Is being said these
.:. ':.
f. -. ... "" uses are ardently being sought." days about increasing the profits
per acre," says Mr. Scott. "What
r SJ14 5- Hundreds of Florida high school better, way could one desire than
i students were afforded an oppor- by tTaklng one acre do the work of
tunity to study the opportunity for 10?" They asked. Land properly

t j for a college education during the sown in good permanent pasture BaHltt
j .' --f:4: cil I annual state forensls and has wet- will actually do this, according to Showing
I ball tournaments which were held hJs figures
1 Pr 4 ::..-:";: $ ,sL't"t here in March. Scores of present The permanent pastures referred America's Smartest
f < ?
f Mse egfV
f :z; : r v I' University of Florida students to are seeded to carpet grass,
"T ,. ffaEEF. made first decision to attend college Dallls grass and lespedeza. The
-yI iEJS.: ; AtoTor
t ? tF t while taking part in one of land is prepared by dieting or ,. Car CreationsOpening
the many annual high; school tour- plowing and the seed are sown

$ naments sponsored by UI"W>state In- broadcast. Seeding may be doneat r.y-Style) Week at Ruitk ..hm,niuirol
I D 1 t' LJILT'. 'c1w stitution. any time of the year when there Everyone who loves the new and beautiful'....,.-
is sufficient moisture to inspire one who plans to buy a new car this Spring-
Knowledge: of the law as a necessary germination. invited to attend this special showing of llintt,
: part of the education of Seeding should be at the rate of smartest of motorcar creation, the line Buni l

--- .. ...: ....., : ,' teachers Is to be stressed at the I. eight to 10 pounds of carpet and models.
coming session of the University Dallls grass and four to six poundsof Here are assembled. a wide variety of Bulc'k bod,..
of, Florida summer school accordIng lespedeza for each acre. Incidentally types by Fisher. All are arrayed In alluring cspringtime -"
to Dean Harry U. Trusler, (dean during the early springis color harmonies. All are (,11I1..1with ..
of the college of law, who has just an excellent time to start. a permanent the moat I luxurious upholsterIes and appointment
\ announced the second summer law *. And all are months ahead of the m pasture. mart, low, dashing lines, low without any low. of
course to be offered at the state head-room
chool.ILt4TR1.N. LKT'H: RKALLY SWAT THE FLY or road-clearance.

Be sure to attend thl magnificent Style Sliowl
I'J<;.\S I'ROVE11'ONI)1Rb'Uid Let a person be accused of willfully See the moat. beautiful motor car creations of Ini
: covin: cnoi causing another to get typhoid day-and the most durable drllt'nl..bll.
ON WEST I.'I.OHIIJ.1101 or other disease germs into and vibratlonleas of car a* well. Cool
his and terrible for any day or evening during thenextseves
system, a cry
VSt& "" day*. A cordial ...aiI8
& & welcome your
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Oalnesvllle, Fla.-Few farmersIn justice will be raised. Yet It often

Florida would think pf applying happens that we, through negligence 1 rla
375 ptfhnds of nitrate of soda per are guilty of allowing typhoid er '
acre because the cost would be germs to be spread to members OpeninqTodaifREGISTER
r prohibitive but farmers In West of our families by the house-

krrra '' boo Ilea Florida are turning under cover fly. We should take every possible -
u -Dluiua R'Yrit -- crops which are worth as much to step to get rid of these filthy, (
j their soil.Returning. disease-carrying nests. MOTOR C

h "d from Taylor county, Which Is wetter, to spend a few
J, Lee Smith, district agent re dollars and some time in keeping
ports that he and County Agent R. down these nasty filthy, dangerous STAUKE FLORIDA
tot ILd 1 tS S. Dennis visited a farm about I 8 flies, or to pay doctor 'bills, ; WJJIiN: BETTER AUTOMOIULE9 ARE BUILT BCICKHAMPERS WILL 8

4 miles from Perry on the Carbor take care of sickness and often even -

) t [tlltI- L/VItg1N ola. a'a [ bED Rio road to see a field of Austrianpeas. witness death In the family?
1 matte r They cut an area and took We will take the former.

.1. 4a the material.to the county agent's We have been advised to "swat
tJ office and weighed it. In this way the fly" so long until I am afraid
; ; they found that there was an av- many of us are prone to not pay

i W s C4ltr,8ta .e4-/ erage of 8,648 pounds of green any attention to this admonition I ant .ffep,.. for .al. at price: that will saro yosflr.t '
manure per acre on the land. This But after aid
err flgthlng the fly Is not tlmmm Ben* Hamper mad from Hardwood ,our "
\ 9 Is equivalent to 375 pounds of nitrate so terribly hard and Is well worth solid hurdnood tapl'. II I
brad that fit elo... two wire
a of soda. the price. We all know to keep
{ 1 + r r-n)3T:; FI 100t? PLAT> sSECOAJO: TLOOQ PLAJJ In one of the best spots the down filth and keep flies from head. Total .e..t. 4 1-:& poand _mpl.t.. Compare tk'Jg
.. JJ, of the. Hamper ....It.. other. aloe mr prl" |
.r..r. w n.r yield was found to be nearly 20- breeding to clean out the stables compare
: ..b d. I "'--1" 000) pounds to the acre. In another at least once a week or 10 days asked by other.
l place where one cutting had and scatter the manure on the I.e.. than 23 a* 20e each FOR 32 quart and :24 gosrt

=r 1 t, THERE IS DISTINCTIVE: been made the second growth averaged fields or put It In a screened pit 23 for 4.75 for 33: quart aloee and .4..30 for 28 quart doe'
1 I' CII.\Il.lCTiU I\ THIS 1IOUSK apple green and the front entranceand plete this floor. 9.000 pounds per acre. The and to screen the house. But do' BO for 'D.OO for 33: quart .Ue. sad $ .OO for 38 quart .!"* IT3

other woodwork Is painted On the second floor are three peas were planted in three foot we do these things? for SI3.0O for Da: quart alxea sad 'I3.OO for 28 I""'* '""i

i k By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archie, cream walls. color The root to match Is shingle the shingle sized bed rooms and a bath. rows and Mr. Smith says there is In addition to the above precau- 100 for ,10.SO for 82 quart ale and 15.00 ... 25 qusrS'w j. |
stained no reason why the grower should tions against flies tiJ"'
New York.) dark green. The house measures thirty-three use 230 for S40.00 for 33 quart *lae. sad S3S.OO for 28 e.'* j
The not have the rows just half that traps to catch as many of them as ob"
striking charcter of the exterior One enters the house feet inches BOO for 'TB.OO for 83 quart *l Rid for 28 qo '
d re of this house through a eight across the front ,llstance and double the yield. The possible, poisons to kill as many >e. TO.OO
r 4 to those who like cannot distinction but appeal vestibule where an abundance of and could .be built on a fifty foot ,:rop in question was grown on more of them as possible and 1000 for ,,".00 for 33 quart aloes and $14oo0 for 29: g.sA

that comes within the bounds closet space Is found. From here lot, with good space on either 2 Norfolk sand. swatters to swat the rest. Fly 8000 for 840.00 for 82 quart slag sad t80 .OO for 2 goad ..
\I good taste The entrance doorway of we pass Into the living room. The side. A frontage of sixty feet Other counties/ in West Florida traps outside the screened kitchen All above f. .. b. Lawter. Fla.. except will *fW"
a and the massive stone chimney stairs to the right and directlyout would gIve a good garden at the which have grown winter cover will catch a large part of the flies (eooo) at aur atatloa o* railroad la. Baker. Bradford. Ur
'e' are the two forcal points of of this room. The large open side adjacent to the living porch t rope: of vetch or Austrian peas areladlson that congregate there and wait for ehna ".. Clay Countle.
the front.. Well proportioned windows fireplace makes this a cheerful as shown In the picture. 1, Jefferson Leon, Jackson the screened door to be opened so The shove ..r..... *r. atrletlr for ..... Mr Slse' N
p divided into small also room. The dining room opens off Complete working plans and specifications >\ashlngton. and Santa Rosa. they can enter.A prle wit. b. 30e *tralht' with .. dlaeoaat..
r add character. panes the living room. Both the living of this house mar be 1 lalry vetch ia a little richer In nl- good poison can be made of

11 v The walla are shingles painted avery doors room and dining room have glass obtained for a nominal sum, from t rogen than Austrian peas and 3 tablespoonstuU of commercial J. L. HARRELL Lawley, Flod"
to the ,
4 i pale cream the shutters an The kitchen and large rear living entry porch. house the buldlng editor. Refer to t he Monantha vetch ia Just a little formalin in a pint of milk and I
com 1I-A-85. y ower In nitrogen content. sweetened water. This Is a mild
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A.. tD28 nuAnronn COUXTY TKIJEOJUAPU. BTAUKK.. 1 yivfmn .- 'tItf, ,.

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-" ............. 4 I Kli.ilil.i, I ..mil and' tiiiinlifi" nlion < oml 1.1 , ,
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COUNTY COSISIISSIOXKIW: .+..O wns tIl. guest .
vlE. ,l>nii> ah".II.I.\ AiKi-nt" KSinllh. : 11lllllt. i tl"i MR I part or .IAUSI
foLlTICALliouncements this week : 1".1 I I Ill. ( Uf null! MIX, ,
Olen n.denblugh t Kisingt : ThoniaV K <'I..I.h") I I! (4
BliOOKERMUM : u"iv unit in .. ", TwentyNineI'M
: .
The board of county cnmmmBloners The Young Ladles Sewing Circle Louise Norman, Cor, K."-.Ih'VIIIII. ;. '. B. : TownOilMX) (8), South ofliaiiitc
L...U (Ie""',,. r..r.Ilrooker .' .JoluiN K'I) Mli', Kh.w. TWCMU t I"\ .i22) BamUIIKKTiNilH. '
of Bradford county Flnl"l i ansembled at the home of Miss'Jessio \ ....................0... : ;an.r.> lUlnw or, In 'I h.h.I.1( ho Ill'\,if" Y,,"i 1\1 eaah of you

I ida met In regular session on ....................... last Tuesday evening : 'Ji'iid or not In xl..tnnce.. then 1\lo'hlH. are not I licit I that you haveoeen

,,montH are cash April 2nd.1928 with all members Williams Rising. April 6.---Mr. H, M. h'-I'II.T. Ihelr or HM heirs lei ttees, l"d. d.f"I.II"I. to ft suit Itr ,'.
I II',.i" April 8.-.Mrs. Harvey and spent very pleasant Ntrunlees, devisees, leiralri'iiresmitntlves AI.1 Krark.u. .. allMM In hlanworn I
will be follows 1 of this section was business\ .u..nr. .
I uiH-oments present OB : ,Hae 0 or to.ill .r .n.pl"' now on nle
follow- Warren of Wuldo. has been visiting hour. week and ItrniK ; In 'this olllce. that hin th* owner j'
,., i'v at tho Louis H. Hill chairman; J. visitor to Itnulonton last ticrsotis anil rorimratlonx, '
district. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trybox |IOH.. name, reMdoiK'o or plaee ofluiHlness .f the fea 11111. 11, I hereto, sjulprayH 1 V t
i iMr. \
,"h. oxcept L. Underbill .1.? O. Crews O. W. her mother the past week on C. C. KeynoUls while therevlalte'd his brother, Is unknown to roinpininnnt.that a t..r.. < loud* _

.'. each. HliiHon' and L. R. Oalney. account ot illness. and Ir. and Mrs. of'' W. I>. Mt'Rae at Palmetto I I are Interested In thomiirtaln iiuletlnic! : theteto: ; : uni' for f'
and conflrmltiK Mia tit to
of St. Cloud but formerly lands or parcels of land lylnir nnd clunrlnijt ?
Minutes of last meeting: were Misses Florence "'artl. Josephine In the I Mr. J. K. Norman and daughter: I luilnir In Rradford ( Htate ot Halil lands to complainant, ,I. and I

8111 IUFF read and approved. Rhode Island were vll'llor Rosa Mae. spent Sunday in Klorldn. known and .I..rfb.. ". follows creeing; that complainant::: bnj* % \
1'0" Chesser.' S ellamae Ward horn of Mr. and Mrs. F. Gould JRt'k-1 To-WIt: holds a HTood and sutnctcnl fi> simple
my candidacy The County Agent Thos. D. tllckenbuker sonvllle with friends. The Southeast quarter and I the t"I/ absolute In unit. I. to said l' "

,''r' ",iiiict,,dford, county, sub1 made a verbal report of Lubedla rinliolster and Jewel Con- this week. Mr. T. K. Stoke and tRmly.of Southeast: nuarter of the Northeastquarter ; : "nd. 1'llln.; and deci. ,, 'UK title, void f'IIY '
has been nnd rlirbt or "
the of Section .
at Twetity-oni' Ot ) .
voters J. P. "I
,, ,f the Mrs. "
.. ,I ,',,.,, 6th If elected 1 his work for the mouth stating erly have been spending the pl\llt SulvQn. Cleveland Waldo, wns visiting at the home The West Unit of .cIIII Twenty- .. any and, nlj I.nn.. ,
and corporations
the/ guest firms
of the county Sunday. Two (U)
.orcement.ion Impartlal- nmoniz oilier things that his main week at Hetlbrou Springs picking of returned to of 11. M. 1dtle Thu S.rlhw.1 quarter and the IT I.H Kl'ltilll'JIl' OI-UIUKUI" Unit \' ;
"' Sullivan ThereM81. Mr. Tatt Crosby and family, also the xalfl 1 named or I''
.' and all. Your eup- work ror month wall among strawberries. N..lhw..t 'lul..ter of the ".uthw..1 you l.f"'HhUt.
>rhtted.JI'1''l1 the Ho also stated visitor her home here last SlIlllay.nev. his ". Kvelluu Crosby ?unrter of H"I'lon Tw"iityHeenTin not named: : : .O :: : othcrwlnc. absent '
""I &D'V.\RDS( poultrymen. Mr. (i. n. Coleon was a .F. M. Taylor preached at lotHr. 11' ST I. conccalcil' iion-resldent" or -
that in order to be able to vaccinate to Starke and Gainesville Friday I and Bister. Mls Deulah Kelly, attended Knut: half of the Korlhaastquni do III"'II' to.tha bill of complaint ,
China drove last Saturday.Mr. Level Sun 'lor. the North halt of the Southen HO .I against vnor I.
church at fine \ : : I
c".n"Kntlon he would need authority .lttU"I luy
myself hogs ot Ixifore Mnadav the
., nine afternoon.Dr. Mrs. F. A. Scott nt | the North half ofth
to the ofllceulford M :: ht"'ilW'to: of May, A. I>., 19SS. I'
county. If re- from the State Sanitary Board and K. [.. nigga: was visitor to Starke were visitors in the home day.Mr. ..ctlnn the Southeasttiuarter Twenty cuit Court of Bradford, h.for.County, KlorUU I

I ,'- In the pant spare HUbmltted the following letter: :Mr. McNeal's Thursday evening.Mr. Mrs. Scott's brother, L. J. and :.lr. Ray Hnltlwanger (Id), nil helnir In Township. to answnr to tho suld bill of 1. '

Ij,' full discharge of thelure I). Illckenbaker I of of wore visiting at F1Mb), Kaimo complaint, HO uxhlhlmd ", .. you, ,
I earnestly 110t Mr. Thomas rtragg the tobacco Inspector Jadulonvle. Ih, SOllh 'Twenty I I' fnllliiK which, a decree this court r
WynaW Sun : :; :
., the votora In the I County A Kent; I was visitor here Friday after- Alexander and the home L(9 Hiiltlwnnger < You ninl each of youam \\ \\\ lie cnli'icil aiialiiHt you' !
n. IQIiTft.
,,. nespectfully.V ImlYhave day. V .'. that hav I Tht 11..lf.rc County 1'.I"I..aph. II
''' Starke. Florida. I you .
FPPiinsoN Mr.
.T. noon. visited "
recently spent. ) made defendants, 'n" suit hy I I II Irldt..1
Dear Mr. Ulokenbuker: | !Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen otI Alexander ot \ and Mrs. C C. Crosby h..n(Plvl.1 >\r, Kolley: whoHt, 1111,1. IH ty Florida. l IK heieby, ,.llnal"" asthe.
'll) SKNATOIlutlc : brot1el' Lynn Starkn with relatives.Mr. I la whloh lI .
'I'I' In regard to the vaccination of visiting friends Sunday in 1 I Kelly. \> ho nllc r< hlHMU'orn neWI'Uler
once a
I Hawthorne !I and bo publlshud
Electors oflul tho weekend hill of compltilttl' noon Ihnl
I,- District of hogs in Bradford county, 1III OUT i and relatives here", last Thursday. Waldo.Mrs.. M. L. wnlnw right ot Hawthorne Hanll :McRno spent :lin his oltlro, thut I ho o\\ncr 0..1\f week for co.a"c'ltv.' Clerk, .and.

tfullv solicit your attitude that whenever a county 1 Ollle Thomas ami Mr. Ed. A. In Wnldo with his cousin, H. 1 Ihe fee .111,1.. title therein., nndprays I WITNb8( court. this the Hid
Miss Mrs. tills
Ulon In June prl- visited Tier niece for a ,'.* ,', ,loiiil.. I' "
< Senator lor BaldiiruvttH agent: can attaint In something of demons ot lleilbronn :Springs' !: was Alexander.Rev. J. I\I'Hlo. ot 'II"'IIIK title 11"1'1.'n"\'lnl fott...,. .lav of April. A.. W I'. .l VLPKItMAN 2SII : ,
A. and wlfo Ji.lttnt
the coun- Ulley Kersey Hint title Innld
kind without Its interferingwith : Wednesday.Mrs. Court, .
visiting liere will preach at the \I. Clvrk Brl.l.
J i.mdforil;, Lewln visiting at the I lands lo i omplaliiHiil, nnd do- l'I'ul
F 1'j H nTT 1\[. :JOTIN3 his regular duties that he R. A. Weeks and children, church next Sunday morn- Jll'ksolvlo. were ," ','h,1 I that Hi" romplnlminl liniii'd 111.\11:, CHRWB, I ","ly, ''*
I Haptlst Kersey Sunday. .
of H. irond anil sutflrlxnt fo I
visiting homo .
TAX rOl.l.RCTOWi should do so and If nevcsaary, go Murla and \V. T. were InR and evening. Everybody Invited. 11'K. be at Corinth UniiiK< title, nliHolulK In nnd to salt) Sollcltoi for ComplainantNO 4-6.61-4

i by my friends out of his way to give the farmers Mr. Weeks In Jacksonville, who There preaching ,"' H. aiinullUiir I and deolarlntr void

n.I .,' I am duly cjaaltfled, the needed aKlll tanl.'e. At one time serious accident last Isj church next Sunday ntternimn 1"'I\'\) and nil i-lalms, rlwht title; orloreHl I III,! 01" u.n
II. .1, myself n candl- met with a I Mrs. Nn of Ol'lanlo. ot Starke, ,, of nnv and nil other i p r- \ ''I'I'I' I
.>f County Tax Col- H was the very general custom of Tuesday evening about night and i. this tr.week with her mother by llt>v. O.! P. Raymond ..i<.., Hrms fl.1"I'I"'III..n.. therein.IT .
<,\i rd County Florida.D'mocratie 1 j upending at 3'00, o'clock. .Everybody Invited. IS '11': ( T"lnpthnt Hereby notice IN Iven under and
all the county agents to spend a In the hospital. <
PrimaryW is now W. N. Brown. yon, Hiild dofendunlM' nmiiiil by vlrtuu of that icrtnln final decreeof
of their time in vaccinating Ward of Indluntown spent 1r. or not or iin1 -
Ki-uat deal Mr. Mrs. AVm C. Kanuner IIIn".I. k"wl foreclosuiu niado by thu Jinlite of
an "
E. TORODE. 1 "' '' '
few of them ntllldo with his mother Mrs. T. Edith 1 .wn. 11..1. 11-1..1. "". in und for
IIORS and a Sunday er. Miss Marlon Jours, Miss "Cigar; wrapper tYI'et of tolac'o. it .. nth.rwl... do '" t. the Itrailfoid Mill J'.I..II.I., on the

.,nice mvself a candl- although we would prefer that t*. Ward here.Mr. May Jonps Mr. and Mrs. C. L.. grown under shaile In I tho Connecticut I ,ttl h' of 1 you complaint oir or licforu.. exhibited Monday 22nd day of.\\1'\'h.' A. 1 I.9'" In
Hantlojph :
'e of Tux Collector else have that duty. Kd Crosby and Mr. were I and in > l favor I the Co.lunibla .
1 i someone and M. C, Sweeney In i'i7th (\la.V of M.y, A l. l! 2 >efoie IHnl "
I solicit the to May val\.y. 0.011\1. and aitnlust I < l llolililtt.
,- > uniy visitors tMroult ourt lforil '
the I
\ jters of the County This work you knoIII a part Crawford were visiting at Olen St. Mary last Sun Florida. have ( "'\ ( In production "".W" "Ir..1 tht<' Anne Ulitnll (nhlit hlx wife, I..n.Nh.I" .

d, promise the faithful of the work of the Live Stock San Lake Butler, Sunday afternoon. "' Buys the United I"'Y'';11 1'r".ln. I I. HO ,'xhlhl"II and NI..lt. her,nncl.irNtiriieil husbanil -
*h duties ot said ofO. Craw- day. anlll'r\el \ dnfttiidant -
Hoard of Talluhnaspe, and Avoy and Donimu Ulled his regular ot I you. fnlllnir whl'h. offer
itary Misses llev. M. Taylor States Department AJrknl. '' ihlM xonit t will he iiiralnHi. n M Spocliil I Muster will
A. KNIQHT. for that reason anyone who vaccinates Cord Mr. Randolph Crawford 1. at tho First Baptist "No burdensome ntorli for Mala In front of I ho South' ,.

I 1)1TY Jl'IXiM hogs' must have n permit were visitors to Luke Ltutlor Saturday appointment church Mounteacha. luM' tlre.those typos have linen reported and I'I "ni.> Urndford' In Htarko. County, TelenraphVtitlnhed .. I Florlil.i Violof, between thn Court II House u. in. and In Stnrke 2 p. m.on ,.

.-,-' that I will he a have Written "Hef.f,1 .11. Monday May 71h. 102K, !to the
I' that board. I afternoon.Mrs. of tho ; Florida IN a.
from morning.Mrs. gradual expansion 1"1k.t v. hereby ..I\nale.1 ciinh
.I.'tI..n. ta the office 111 Sunday a hlulient and Iwxt bidder for me
in very
Coun- V. Knupp State VeterlnarJau Hock Andrews McColHkey of Lake 1 I. to bu eXII"ct. (lie newspaper lylnK
>f Bradford Dr. J. J. C. for ttbude tobacco 1'. .d order be l published nnc II r..whll dvsrrlttnd propurty

'i>M to June the Democratic'i 5th. 1928. Live Stock Sanitary Hoard foia thin week.Ve all wish her asp.1IIy City, vlnlted friends and relatives ed." wok for II connrclltlvo." weekHW1TNHHH .. 1.lne n.riMnulheitsl In. llnulfurd county, Flur-

,ill be appreciated.O permit for you and he advised! recovery. here this week. ---- ... tinsen I of the my h.n.1, us curt .rl.. alI th,. iiiirter| of ttw Honthuestquarter

A QAUmNBU I me that two men in Bradford county There wan basbull game here''I Mr. Wiir C. Kamnu-ror and nlecu ('hlkl hatched In April win noj tlHt, day of March., A. 1'., 1<2fiO. and tint Mouth hal ot SouIh-

already and I ._ ..._ .' ..nnnn.. b.tween_ tberiiuuruay attended ready for tho egg.ltlylnl W. AI.UKKMANrieik : Went .."nl'.r of' M"ntu".t 7 tI.flor
"' ''I A"n! .""OI. have appointments : m.H Miss Marion Jones tlll about ( I tradHKAL of 'I 1 ': 'iJI\1
tince to the putillc he preferred that they do thE,.j Urooker and Stark b >Ys. The Gainesville last content In November. ( ) fO'.1 CII.,1 'nll'l., "' ,' ". UiuiKo 21 Ktmt. Aluo Noith h
that at ( '11)
the ofllcei oflhw"1 qunrterand
ululate for game: the Ninth half
Starke.Mr. I -
> ot I: bal --- --- \ S. rilKWB:
favor -
i subject to thn will work. So while this ofllce woul I vcoro was 13-! I in Per day. Lukoluud$20JO- !) contract let ., llcitor, for iutiiplattiatit :Ihe Northwest:: qiiarlur 8.f'r: theNorthenHl .
and Mr. of auction
if th' cumins Demo else do thai Charlie Harris returned l-ft-RI----11'1':1'0 I quuitor
,te-lion to be held\ prefer that someone : week-end In Mrs. David Jones bal for additional work In Special __ Houth Uanice 21 1n"l..ntlllnlli
inklnnr for this olfloeI work so tliat you could thorouRhly faml- I ry IrleiiJa and relalives. to her home Road District No. 3, Lnkelnnd.Mclntouh M \" H viM 1.7 HI J, I.. PHAKRRHpechit
I mi things with TluBuseot
to other .1. C.
time GalnpBviUe Mrs. .
)h duties pertatnlnp; your entire ; her daughter. -13 curs cabbage tihlpped Muster.IV
i>,u>:mltie. If elet'led. 11hf this ofllce would riot object to youi Roctlon'during ru- Take notice that under nnd bv M JOIINM
duties of Bald ofI.eraonnl.tn.nt* ), who broke Ills Vero. from this victim' of tluit' Iliinl .1.1', "' enteredMarch for Loaiplaliiunt' .
doing the work in case the Stat week.
"m ivwurlyrecovered.
I I havo Hoard ttoiiU(I playing ]>ull has cent Jnilc" of Court of llradfoid -
n unner that Lire Stock Sanitary collar>one ...... uhlpped 'lrl..1
lutleanil will be on ................ ManateeCelery being l.Bounty, l'I".ldn. In that utilisewherein '0'1'1'1') UI.n'I'oIM:111'11": !! AM"

"Olne to rnah.. your grant a permit.We .. this auction Incrt'lllng'daly. 1 1'aul tncorporntetl,
it : : \
Bradford nnd II. IMrtrldiroaro .
i", a. trial. I -will apwlll agree with you that : f'om cane a corporiitlon I -
LAWTEY Point- curti M. etat
I nnd A Itav
show my appro- has some Import an ..... .......... C rLawtey Clta IB ton, complainants, In .. to fore.closn Notice ,In hereby arlven that Itnc"llor.
work. I carneDttyinport. county .. ..... Mrs. H. I':. nurney. shipped from here in Clew are" defendants. "I LettaUios.' lustrlluileeM and
agricultural 'problems, and we ari nto..ltrno. .over 1.,1. h..r.lnnr- .. havlnic claims.

,>-'''I ly. B. \V HAYES looking to you to work them ou NEJJ' JUVERl ...... .. b A February 8-1-I. new apartment ter" .1.'rlh..I." will thu 1..hrAI..1 ns toHi. 1'istate of 1 Kate 1.lvl"I..lon.1lIInltIh. .

d.. Cor. Lake Clly-$6,000 .,. In.front of South "RA"I. are. hereby r. | II rre-
We expect to l) ;,..11 Sallll. B.-Strawberries lilirhi'nt biiiiiur .
) April South "
inre ttyvt 1 aTn a can- with the farmers. 1\1 bll4 housn to lie. l 'lUI on fl'l.il. HiColllt( HnllN" 111 Stnillc, I Hunt tliclr clnlnm duly nlllenll'a"
I.. ,lion to the olllee off to give then n I of MonMm tu I Ihe (Ivo. r,
we can arrived.endamoa Inivbal.MadlHou KUirldn on
everything + have Lake Ilradfoid.County Innorlbh.
> taxes of Bradford through offlce. 'UII'<'[I 1 ..........(O.t .. Lenter Varnoa and llernuiulo t'lr"lt near \ '. ', h, HlliK.I ilnrliiK\ the IcmtlTioiirs i County')' HniilCoi'il. ,within County
1 one
] 'unlort to Ithe assistance your \ Work KtartudLake land Klol Ida' for hlH 'api.iri'vnl
the comlnnn for stippor t at the Jacksonville, spent .I"lnl i! :::i from: dam thereof, or this nowill
\ >ternt can count on us There will Ire preaching Illll Knight of I' IIIK and' l II 1.1. yen.
you I'urk-Vellvlllo
1",111 .. held la bur thureto.
l'uull be
> und solh-lt your 'burcl.sunllaY Slate I of I" 11,1ni
lo that wiU asslst ( ( Lnwtey.Mr. .. fnpd .f > said
Baptist thn
.Inlt for re-eleotUm. Ird In everything you < New River Tnenday In "- --- l.e I' peiHoiiH I Indebted to ea
> of courtooiiH efIpful the 'farmers In Bradford cOlin 11 n. m. Everybody come and and Mrs. Mylus and children "Vorirw" I He.iii' 1 12.: North Imlf of NorthMiiuiter tnl. nro" rauulrurl to pay their! said ..
!> service to the lt family aHl' iiisiter or 'iletitH, forthwith to the undersignedadministrator.
and "Ht |
Jford county, and ty. bring someone with you. W. C. Wooton Judicial j..tl', <.iuar- \ Thin 2nl:! day ofMiucil.
Twenty-sixth "
to : : \:
will corrrrnue made A. M. .LewU In 'In ult l'ul..I. Norlhw"Ht .rtr. 198Hn
me, I Yours very truly The death angel a vii and Mr,, and Mrs. 1'liL-uit! Dnidford County V "lhI"1Iart.\ noun 13 r. r.tviNnsTON
'ft 1 'it nma helpful service and Mrs. II, y. ; : Chancery.IV of Hectlon 11 ; Nurlh.n.t iiunrtcr .f
SI'ENCKH.Vioo Cedar In
i the pant.. Very re- z A. r. the homo of 1lr.. spent Sunday In [Moi.da h nnnrtttr Administrator,
ttinth..._ Friday after J. luvis, N''lbl.'ft t 'IIHI.I. N.rt Estate ot 'Kutu ,
"Q' here J.lvl.Lo"
Direotoi and toon away School closed aDt. of riiarl| r, Hontneastutlnrter
N n. WAINYTTUCITTT Crimes morning. Her Friday tUDIIII.I HU\th.II..1. quarter of .eotlnn 3.a3-1 (t .1.16 l! :!. !
; Whereupon the following Toso-I er early Wednesday a moat lu.tslful tell "". el al.I 10 North half of NortlleBxtfiunrter .
; ;; cancer, 1 h. Thompson ; 1'U'I'IO'\lS: :
(1 '' Ptrni.ioiy I I lution wan adopted : death was caused by a night a play entitled( "NobodY'1ntu'lng. 1.11'1 I r Torthiiaxt iiuartsr :of: NorthWMxt '1'1 II <>l M<

"'.1'111.1'10"1 I suffered for a year. rendered with add 1f,1.nl Tills, l.! e.NOTH'M quarter. HntiIfieast quarter of
candidate for Resolved that Me do as a hoard whUh she has 1 i I. AND half ofSoathMiHt them the
I as a daughters wal Til J.IMKKNLIANT8, Northeast, 'iimrtnr| North I Hy the power vested In
lio ofllce of SuperlnPubllc of county commissioners request She is survived by two ( Monday night 1 pro Ollhum ,,"HI.WI."t hnlf fifrtotilhwest Hoard of IMibllc liiHtrilfttton of

(' "ntvr, I promise Instruction, tf rene of-.I Dr. Knapp: of the State Sanitary and one eon and one slater.Mrs. In gram IlcceSI.of music plays und Tecta- TO Ijnurn Hint'Pe Biunuel Thompson It.'Thompson Laura n.Th"ml"1 Morth Houthwoxt, I"1 iiiarter.North I"| In': ;. lions Kradford, to bn County:helil: I In hnroby: Hampton call, elec Cat.on .

faithful porform- authorize laid to rest carried out and elh Miss :::: hI'rtr:: ; Hoilllii'nMl quarter of Nw River,
Hoard to appoint and Coxwas was I AiiHelhiH I : h'tn.
I Iai her V.l 'Vn"lVIJ. trl
and I !
tjlllce (
J of this Thursday due .U : : North of North WHM! tnx school ill
i it Minx S. I M ,ami .
late deserve IVll
". Ir. Brat an Interest In !i Thos. I). Illckenbaker to ad minister Santa Ke cemetery taking part In both In j jwhlch nI t.IIII"y.pl'l ,
if the chlldrjn diirhiRy'ivrs well AUKUHIV | flection S2 all nssoss thmllluKu
und vlnus and other for the maUlel' 11 Bmlth, T. It. nunrter of ; "liict
I ns I hivo In the serum afernoon. attended the credit out their part' :Inr, ,',I I'''.KI Canovu: : : ami Hon:; J I'In Township 7, South. llunirv 33KiiHt for. thu next two years for
1 1\\ (i'. solicit vow vote.* i iH. I remedies for the treatment ot diseases I t ll0 here they carried I and ISuri, flui'kenimlmer. Th.1fm ,and lylnif In ''Ir..Uur.1 luiiinty, (I he purpose of hohllfiK naln electionsiimnaitd'n
attended Alvarua
H. W11jlN and to supply! of Mrs. Cox from m.. A good crowd .National I Lliuilt uf North are iippi/lnicd I > followiHampton
among hog funeral Hershey and daughter. ot the ploJra nt the programs. ;:; SnioiHil: :;: : I trllt I I Florida.Alxo ti-ctlnn 7 of Township 7 ; <>. llavncH.: ; W. Watterson
instruments necessary to Mrs. U. each one Cut-I In Clayfutility Oason H.q. .
of Superlntendi the work. I Mrs. J. P. Hammock; '11. many friends ot Mrs. O. A. 1:1: V. J. Hlilpimin, If ,fpol'. < .III'n'an. It. J. Alh"11" Ii. Tl
i i Instruction of tirad-i\ carry on Mr. and Mrs.Frank Tie to hear at the .Itlmr of tli"ylll ulc HvliiK' nr IntixlHtan I SnM lunclH will he ..Ic to SHtlsfy l..orlniir. ...,law", 11 itoalei,
of of W. T. McKver of Hampton f Allen will regret 111 tixlvtani ilralinii'',
ihjeot" to the action ;, Bond Mrs. LU'al. and DroWn c, anil, If ,, ur lot said dourss, carl Itll"rd..J :
June 6th. I earnestly | .1. L. Johns she bail, while returning hlft, I her, or ItsllcilH A (". l Wnsflln. J. II. Hur
approved to fIJWI.FI'I
I II nortary public was Cox. accident( : t tiiHit I.
:: as 1''ull( ,
;t. anil support, and. IfI Mr. aiid Mrs.B Mrs. Brown .. .vl..A.1 MttHtui- han.\"y. .. ; ,' Itlvers 1.V.. Andrewn,
,. fair of county Judge: and iupector Mtas from Tampa ( 1..I. I..lt. KNIflHT. \ t'arl : HnmpsonI.
I pi' "'" In return, a Report I daughter. JJIfle. Mr. 10ntay. ". ) ,{NICHT It. M Moody :Ii.
of thoofllcn. Uyal, watt painfully .u HrmH i itin for Lester Klto. M. Phil-
i administration I of marks and brands received Crimes. Mrs. though not asNlHiiH, tint) ull I pe'rnons 8.ld i ior nl1 Complainants.4flBtrll-* L. Wynn
d..vnUnnlV rarrish, Mels1.I car ahe was ,' whime "am..1".14Q'1' ._ l "'
the 11'
lied. I Uarnwt when Chairman,
ordered hurt ,
\ to, the advancement ( tlnd and place of \Imslnvss. l L. W. lIKf.I"lot.
.,if education. to I 111. M. II. Moody tlurney turned over Just below that are Interested, In H. II .
I I Moved and carried that owing Smith blll. driving i mi"|il uniitit 1. of I :01'1"1'II WJHIS1. feerol."y -
Uespectfullv. the Moody und S. IHaten. th,,'< ceitaln pieces or parnnln ______ 3964IU'I'I'I'I "

I!}_ -A.J.uiinoiince QHIFFTSI that I am i iII county the: fact finances that It wouJd and might disturb rniso Crews Mr. -.and Joe Mrs. J. P. Hammockand Starke., Mr. and Mr*. Fred Moore, Mr.and !land 1 mill, out lylnK county tUid belntf Br le of' follows Florida' : la:.:circuit circuit r: ,Court, ,|ir Twenty-Mlxth
'1 f the otllce of County I Iit were atend- Lewis went up to known and described as | In Chancery.Al : rl'OI.
u ) as to the ,assessment H. Hcrulipy Mrs. A. of Illock l 1"'ld.
tome 1 legal 1. (12)) II.La.
I of S<'boots subject to ;I 11'; Lake week to the Imperial Lot 'I'welv. Trilby <.x r'. Krumkuu
ind regulations of the In th* county that no rH- ing to business In 'Huler Jacksonville lost ((1(1)( ), of LIvlnRHtoti.to the town 1.1 ofntuikit ('uo"I.lnlut.v. Is hereby nlveit to allcreditor"
,primary to be held. on pany'H Addition( half luvntees' distributees. snd
taxes West
I I'f..1 that I am In everyallfld I fund be made to the on Tuesday.Mr. Johns were of Jackeoiivllle l<'lorldm In lu. of HuctlonTwentyeldht J. 1) Jones, et hi.! nil pursons hiivlnn clalnm uwalnsttbe
.. to Klve the duties of already paid. I Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Francis Wiggins of .,.t h.1"1 Township Six i liefniidiints.NOTICH ; Hxtate: of llonrlelta llrown. de-
Stark Fri with her ( >, AHI'WAH IN TOIJIIIMT required. to present
I -lent. and competent ser- ot business spent Sunday Twenty-two (22> To ILI'r .a"I..I. are 'hereby .
superintendent ,
Mrs. Leonard! Mouth llaime HTl
P dttlnna full and faithful I'anlacthlg (6)), TITLW. Ih"'" clulms duly .uthenl..I.

| rf ,if the duties of the of1 the Baptist Orphanage of Jacksonville day. and mother, Mrs. Lowry. H. lOllHt.illtlOIOTINll.) Voii and each of you To Klorlda H.lrO"\\ I 'fmpo.IY. "a.irporntlon ed, to the lonnrnhl. U.o. .
Mr. ,'V. HradfordCmintv
1 'hi best of my ability I re- to welcome J. H. Moore ; "'' Inul"r. tner. of
board to allow are-glad Mesdames I tliut you I".v. .
Mlh. .1. ik your support.Mucpectfull asked tie' We community were shopping are lieroby notled lo n. suit .r.h. Mcltae,.a H .rr"It. IhoPlnrlda Florll., within one y rfrom
Mrs. Holmes, .a small amount Mrs. J. Prlngle to our Edwards, C. Y. Mayo I been made .. .ton.ant". who allH""sIn llnllrond' I Company: ; Mary J, date or this nDtr. will :
{ 1.1 J. Jones, .
C. T. wnOnNE sometime. Jacksonville Wednesday.'Mr. I brought by 11 umplalnt now Mitchell Jamns It. JOIIHS, 11. bs held In bur I thereto, persons
monthy which matter was taken lito be with'us visltI'ing In Tbede and his sworn bill he Is the und Alice Jones, his wife: N. I' In".ble.1. to said estute are requested
was that
1.nK: ClltCriT 'COURT Into consideration and the clerk Mr. Norman Wiggins and Mrs. R. R on nle In said cause. title Jones, JackBon JOII"H, Aiimndii Jones to pity their debts forthwithto .
<)f | In ..Jacksonville owner of the fee simple .\. Ii. Clinnu, If either iindemlirned .
|ic':>y nnnounce to the voters ".Saturday. Sunday thor"-I his wife; Mury t Ihe AltnlnIAlr..to.
i,rd County that 1: am a candl-1or was asked tt inveatlgata :and learn | Clayno b *n on the children spent Herman to and pruys for a d..re. Ir tha above are llvlim: ur In exlslani' ''hll aoth tlty, of M.r..h. .
'< the ofnco'bf Clerk of Circuit the outcome of Mrs. Loneard's visIt Mr. J. S. 'Sapp hal visiting Mr. amd 1lrs. clouds, '|ul and title conllrmlnu th.r.lo I : the I I und If d..o.. or not In existence. J. ( : : ,
grateful tone but Improving foruver cieurlnif I to her, their or Its .10-IU-H.gH Admlnlxtrutor.NOTICM .
I then
shall be very I week h \ complainant' ,
home ot 'Mrs. Holmes list this Thede. Insalil lanilK to devisees, i
for their support and vote to the Kick ,visiting tltlu that thn complainant h.lr., leKateiis, Krantees. .
primary election to be held on father for a reconciliation. The nicely. Mrs. Maye EbersJelowas and decreelnv sultlclent HueewMMors, loiful reiresentatlve.s oriiHolicns. \ TO IIKIITOIIH AND Olttll-
"y, June 6th. 19J8. Having W. II. Oren w wvlKitors Mr. and Mrs. Taylor has and holds a Rood am anil to and to ull persons. Irm.In,1 i'ronsNOTICH
accepted Mrs. her parents. title
the County In this capacity Holmes children have and fee Hlniple and declaring1void "nIJr"loli.., whose name, r..I.
'.' everyone Is familiar with my cared for ty? the bere 'hurday. week. said ,iitiulH., iinnnlUnic rlKht, tltlii of hUHlness Is unknown -
and are being bat and 'all flalm* .H" .r Interested iflvrn to all
Johns uf Lake any that urn Is hereby
will be all L. ani to complainant
and your support FTa.., of and Mr*. J. Bessie f..ln. lutnreMt <>( any nnd all other or .., ..snnd
Jacksonville, certain Creditors, dIMrlbul.
nore appreciated by me. I home In 10 r. attended 'with 1 ni corptiratlotiH.IT In thosei I.nd. J.eoate. .
time I
althful service. Minn Ksnle, is spending some persons, tlrniH an :: of land lylusr and belnic' In all pvrxons
e continued superJnten- H-lll: U.
Leonard to City, OKI
whleb Mrs. THKUKKOHH: : of llenrv Y.
O. W ALDERMAN Ilal"hter. Sunday p. m. M named \ (' Htnte of Klorlda, UKalnst the Uxtnte
church Pine Level business .Miss Vlorrle 'erY Thut you. the said d.r.nd'LU.' unknown I known and 'H"tYI h..1 .an follows* llrown. d.c..I. are hereby requlr

FOH lr.P. IO!'!KNTATIV13roby : dent.There being no further business! Norman Wiggins: was a There will 1> an Banter .program or not 1'1..1. known nonrvHlclwnt I CoiiiinencliiK-.. the j.rlhw..t corI **d to present tt"Ir claims duly n..1'hentl"'lle.I -
I after absent Cln..I.r. I to Honorable
1\11. Friday ot Law Lot Klve .
to the public to lire I of
announce ner
am a Candidate for Uepresenif the board adjourned until next i visitor to Starke at the :Methodlft chuT'h o'clocV. Kverybody 01' .thurwl. alI''exhibitedagainst 1"I..t of land, In 'I.SoulhciiHt. corner A. riurdlnei,', County Juilxn of Ilrndforil -
within one
subject be Sunday at eleven bill of ( of NorthvnMt of Norlh'Iutr 1'1"1111.
Krsdford County which will Monday the .u..rt. GountYI
tey ,
will the com1 regular meeting noon. Crews were d.I yon r>n or h.f..re i 'MINI (<>r of TwkntynlnnCJ your for his approval
if the voters at John t-ordlally tnYlt l'i3H.! beforn "'.I'n In I
election toI the first Monday In May. Mr. and 1111. i 7th d.. 'of Muy. h < > H-.nth ItanKeTwentytwi or this notice will h..lc
Primary held on couniv >, ) :
bere ) Hradfurd
:i I 'juIJrh;; 192S. In solicitingmp friends and revives ( the I'll nit Court of bill Iifll"I'/ ) as rei ordedin bar Iher..t. And all persons Indebted
,. rt. I promise If elected A. I).. 1928 I.visiting .ptorldn. to answer exhibited the avruliiHlyou. fii."il Hook "0". t IIIKIHill ofih to the said II J@: T. tlrownOstatu I 'r .:

.'<,1! ft ,ithful service. Klve me. a Q. W. Alderman Clerk. j Sunday I ......... Lot C.nllalnt.. uillnir, whl.h.sn a d cree of thiscourt 1',10' rni and' ,.r.1. of /ulf.r.1: ( ''founU. ('...'- (nald ilnbtx are forthwith rrquoxtml to'th"nay undci their'-

1 .' try to make my record .. be .. against, you. :I' '. 1"1"11"" run j ..
I at the expiration of my aiirfai-p!' being i o IIKILBIIONN: HI'UIXCS will I'fLiitity Teleifruih| M II. ,.h line of Maid tract for a ill" <'>) J.lmlnl.'r.trl1 1n.
\ will say to me, well dn" EU8Us--TaMia. .... ........... Minn IVurl Norman I The 11'1.1 Itradford ,;""' "lnt' of h"II">inl'if. thcniit lOant1tP : This UROWN Ir..hrl"r;anilI.AI'KA. "
: here to 815 fit.tf IIKNKIBTTA
servant. I road leading from l pribllnheil InIIRrk. : fiMtt within! .
and faithful laid on I. >, dcnlKnateil UHth :I: of Lot tiioi, WV.N'N ,
ornor li.'IO" 0
""licit your. T. support.J. BARNES. Crow's Starke Bluff._ Building permits Issued : HAMPTONMlMM Ailn Vlninttt, ('or. : iw..> +............. Mntt I newMtiaper order shall connm-iitlVK In;be: which published tnls wecknW1TNKHH onm notl: a> ,r the"n.1! NoithfitHi mn,., fr.o,. thence_ South 'is 01 _i._i; _- ,.itrt*. rl

myself R can- here during February total : ..*V.Hampton Hell bro nil Springs, April week for my hnntl as Clerk andthe
.***.** *** I Norman spent Saturday'nUcht of the above named lourt.
the office of Representanext .* I Pearl seal
** Miss
Legislature, ana ed $11,200.Tour andMrs. with her cousin Miss 31st day of Murrh, A !>.

Alt''ly,. electors upon the of support Bradford of suppont Is solicited and will b"JlI'Ir&If.'tI. Ackley April f.-ReY. I Lin nle Norman. thl.h.XI. fl. W. ALDKUMAN.ClMrk : YES WH can cbarge p your 8 HRS
.\. H. HUHnKVrv.COl'.NTV : J. R. In Saturday Clrcult Court, -
!! visiting I lluby Norman <1"
have Mlsa cot"trF1"rl '
J. L. FTIAZEEannounco who ben
C-OMUKtlOM-Ilt' r"c'r candidate :.1t Conn.toWn, for the past three weeks night with lier friend. Miss t .Al i STOHAOE BATTEIIY InSmith's .

a herclty announce myself & our Sat for Cumplalnunt
myself as -B.ft.S.j
Georgia <
as countyfommlsslonQr In lat I Gladys I'amenter.
the of'intatlve for re-election points
for for
nomination :
left Pearl
and ;
In the lexlslalliadford district three. If reelvoted they will visit In several MixHea Linnte. Ruby
will continue to Klve thepeople urday. where Ml .SOT I CM
I their with soMertle
county, subjectn on Sunday
Bradford county a faithful the larger cItes Norman spent -
prlh.iia of
of the Democrat '
June 5th. 10SS. If and rtllrlent performance of the duI Norman.Mr. Circuit' Court, Twenty-Hlxth Jtl- StarleI

,..ml, "e faithful and. respectfully and conI'vloo I |<*H bent uf the Intemts omce, workingnlwayn of tho entire ..Olin.forth" I way hoUe.nev.. Clarke ot Waldo, pastor ot and 111. J. Ii. Conner of .11rn Clrcoll.Chancery.; tlradford t'ounly, Garage !

ipport of all nemorrntlcT 1'.r.. T, iTVURriMiM.vrv : : Methodist church there the Rifling were visitors r :11.1'\v.Kellvy Who Slitns hisname I

._... ...& KENniJICK; : 1.0\,11..10". .111 inr. 5 ; the Urst two very Interesting sermons of Mrs. Conner'sarpnts, Mr. andMrs. P. W. Kelley,
( Complainant.
'PKflVKOH: OF nEftMTHATIOV : I h. eby announce rnynolf &, .1)t.t .o.nrll."tl" !..-. I preached last Sunday.A W. C. demons, Sunday. V"
for county cotnnilHHloner I here will Norman spent Sun Strickland, et al. -
rnt-n,lunca" that I am a caniH. Xn. 3, comprlslfiir Hrooker. and series ot revival MI'I Mildred Calf .
.. office of supervisor M..w Klver. If elected I promise a Methodist church May day with her cousin, Miss Melba Nolle* t..f.ndant.. In ".11.U.1,1 l
iflon for Bradford county. faithful and efficient. performance begin at tie Title, .
In our :.
1 I will (tlve my very best of the duties of the otllce, and will All Christians demons. TPli.rldu H.uJr""o Company acorporation DAVIS & CO.
the the
of Starke,
ot J.
Interests and
irit (larrylnir. out the duomre. work for the best 1rt. community Mr. Lewis demons ; James T. Mouter
I .... It. T O.STIOK.VFOR : : url'oundlnl for the Kli r-
here .
ant I solicit yourat 'nly. town date in theirminds the church services John as tru.t. .
attended Alna. Htrlrk-
t keep .
the to (
June primary.sninm. asked
iI lila
A r.r.F.n ('O'tl\IInO'\lF.R-nrcT.!' as a are and pray tor a spiritual Sunday. I lan hereby announce myself through C. Clemona and Mrs.Ollle Htrli-kland his wife; llaehei foarJ I
county only J.
DU' candidate for re-election as that come I >ennlson and INSURANCE
HOARD, No. 4 revival Mrs.K. r'natn It. I
:: district God. visiting
: commissioner from andIf and pow i"of Thomas wet ; I'> mnlson his wife; Hllas fea..boroulh
r. : :felmy Theressa and Oraham the presence and ": .
'y .n candidacymber Hampton who has Sunday after Oeorne .
or of the school board re-elerted. will continue to I stve Mrs. K. B. Watterson, V. Parmenter Briton.; James V U. McKlnnev and I
JI itrlrt No. 2. and will frlve" the county the best. service at ot her sister, Mn. noon. I ,u.v ,vnn McKinney his wife, James
I '* nf the office my very best capable of. I solicit your. support been the guest Leesburg, returned Annie and Mary Reddish I'L. Gates, John A. Oraham Hamuel. !t. AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
If the voters. see fit tel the primary June Kth.d.. HINSO.VCOV8TABI.R. A. A. Futch, ot Mlaa Lane, J, 1'. MrLemore.. John 1) 11'-
W. Monday Hellbronn Sunday Karl, Jr. J.
Your support Is solicited here last were visitors to t.emore. John .
l_._be sppreclnfed. H. D. MAY to her borne Karl. J.. J. C. Edit. Thomas W.
3 Jennings afternoon.
nUTlliCT and Mrs. Albert school Sunday Charles Vf. K. Ijtne STARKE FLA.
F.n: !'! of H. Austin take this Mr. InSUuk. be hunt at .ltJ'.M W.kf ., Wllillanl : .
cnooi no Ann. ni T. arby Friends canuMacy business There will an egg K. <-Cu.ll. James

"I f.).IJltrlct-tit. ee"tlnw"No. 8. If t..Uloful. re-elected dl.- ,of the voters. Mo. I,In and the solicit>emocr the support Uc primary I L*L BDbaaah of Jackut. .tk>. Cvcbdr laYit4 .Ueu t. a."ln.I>llirscMn hie wlfet The : :* :1 i"

or the. dutle* of- thisoffice.. te be held, June 6th.


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employees plaint herein died, whereby the said thereof thin. ,,
: consists of four permanent IIt\ ,,,
< '( Bradford County nhor t Complainant Chattel seeks Mortgage to foreclose, and a c \I II II1 '
: and one or more certain (SEAL)
\ PENS wherein the said Complainant has 4- -5t-G4,
Established [ FROM OTHER term technical assistants., Seventeen procured a Writ of Attachment In _
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aid of forecloHiire of said Chattel
I 14 I'y thousand dollars a year Is appropriated Mortgage on said Chattels demrlb- :. "-1" i'1111
i e i Ih f the said Chattel tyartgagaJlireln "fli i It
; ., for this work. "' fall not, else! Pro, t1frJ,
Entered --- -- -- -- Legrep
!'y-' t' :1'ullislu-d Weekly on Fridays and as Second Clas: at all ri'fortec d (.ont......" will he taken aitalnrt :you n.'I"e' (.ho ,du't, ', 1 ,
Matter at the Tost Office at Starke, Florida n Farmer around Starke are ship gonna shoot a ratU snake's retreat The value crops for 92S!5 and proceed the rx Complainants parte have leave to.. and ed tongue tSOfUltlpl\Il"' h" I I"," r y
In of agriculture' } I
ping turnip greens/! Letting the t anyhow?-Times-Union. census It In. further Ordered' that this notice the liver, r"gllJal, ? ',' P
J. Matthews: _______ Owner and Publishei> r -o- was $193,443 while the estlmatea d be published once a week for yqll feel fine It
rest of the nation "on to a good four consecutive weeks in. the Brad- ltU'rl'.ULI: ,'S
J. C. Robinson __ __ Managing EditolSUBSCIUPTION r thing."-Times-Union. An Oklahoma editor tells of a: annual value of turpentine ant ford County Telegraph prior to the ?llra It
old Indian who came to his offlc. the woods war !I return day thereof. LANE'S
-0- timber products In Witness the Honorabla Clerk of FujWILLIE
--- Florida highways are never to pay for his paper. The edlto $175,000. The possibilities foi i he above styled' Court and the seal
KATE clogged by mountain landslides took the money, then the India nd Increasing the crop values are I

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 73c-Payable in Advance Times-Union. Nor cracked by wanted a receipt. The editor trlei! limitless, while timber and naval]I
earthquakes, nor flooded,-Gaines- to talk him out of It. Mr. India n stores yields may very well reach
Advertising Hates on Application. vllle Sun. nnlgted After making; It out, thi e the $500,000 mark under conservative
---oSo editor wanted to know why he waiHO /3 turpentining, forest man-
Hathaway for governor. live that when you die, or persistent about wanting are.- agemeut and fire elimination. This '
move to another town, the news- celpt The Indian 8ald:"Me dU, / Is one of the big assets of our The
"t o pnpers won't chronicle the event Home time. Go to big; gate St. Peter county. a -
a Starke is steadily building under the head "Public Improve- ask If I been good Indian 1 I[, LENTIIALL WYMAN L s
ment."- Kustls Lake Ileglon. way yes. lie say ''Did you pa I Associate Sllvlculturlst.Palatka Crea
,rattl o -0 editor for paper?" I say yes. HE I .
If Congressman Green doesn't oay, "Where is receipt I no have -First shipment of sour
"A Clean-up Week" is due in Starke.
; hurry and retract his statement It. I have to run way to hell to find cream from dairies of Putnam, 0
4 4s4 ,
o about Florida. being as dry as Sahara you and"'get'' receipt.-Dade City county made recently to Moultrle, the

1 ; I Have ? Time is short. / attendance at the Elks and Banner Ga
; you registered getting
t Slirinera conventions In Miami ----0- Winter Garden-Seaboard Air /
i 0 might be seriously affxcted.-Saraxota The politician I"", my shepherd. I II Line Ry., building new team load- oCf
Times. shall not want for anything during ing track in eastern section. 5Ep
; 1 ,. You don't have to be a monkey to act like one. 0-. this campaign He leadeth me Into Key West-Over-sea Overland Tobra

t o Up In Cleveland the courts dent drug stores for my vote's sake. I Express adds passenger service to
a woman to jail for lying We lIe filleth.my pocket with bum cigars Its schedule between this city and 'frs r p pl'
What kind of a campaign is a dirt farmer candidate supposed hope that law misses Florida. We : My Nehl bottle runueth over. !Miami via Over-sea HIghway. ?

p to make? like to have a few women around. lie Inqulreth concerning my family / Lake Worth-Retail dealers of
i4 ..Miami Free Press. Your femInine even, unto the fourth generation Palm Beach county to cooperatewith l'l't.
o company will be scarce If Yea, though I walk throughthe I National Retail Lumbers' Association -
The ponies will not run in Florida regardless of who is yoU continue such wise-cracks as mud and the rain to vote for in nationwide movement
elected governor. hat.-Miami Beach Sun. him and shout myself hoarse, to promote home ownership.
-0- when he is elected ntralght-way I Clewlston-At least 200 bushels .
o. I "When you attend a receptionand he forgetteth me, although I meet potatoes to acre yield expected
t I the hostess asks you it you him at his own house. He knowethme I from 30-acre Held here.
"Poor Married Men Makes\ Hit, headline in Eustis
says I II
will have some corn, don't pass not. Surely the wool has been Tallahassee--State of Florida
Lake, Region Where ? your glass" says the Starke Telegraph pulled over mine eyes all the daysof now distributing nearly half-mil]

o--- What pass; a water buck- my life, and I shall dwell In lie I lion, dollars to various counties for J.' kC
aft ? Times-Union. Newspaper men house of a chump forever support of common schools.
If a man gets six months for giving a bad check, a good J don't let anything pass.-Tovares Zephyrhlla News.Bradford. I''I Orlando-Motorcade to Ever I

r. p w check: should bring more. Times. -1. glades being planned by Orange ,
-a- county chamber of commerce to "
I "
?II \ o Talking of politics here's the County participate in celebration of open '.:./..: : ".-,:

1 b,7 "Georgia Shiners Visit Daytona headline. And that is Times-Union's views properly boil- ing of Tamiaml Trail. ,
ed down as follows: "The budding Timber Growing niul TiirK'iitln| Ft. Lauderdale Construction
T not the only port they visit.' society girl does not favor the sec- I'ofllllbillt! to be resumed on North New Rive:

; 7 o ond choice vote; the widow thinks canal from New River near hereto
it's all right. The old maid would Bradford county together with Lake Okeechobee.
,1 Warm, sunshiny days are reminding Starkeites of the favor a third or fourth choice."- four or five adjoining counties con- :
' i pleasures awaiting them at Klng[ ley, Moore leaven Demorat. stitute the region of optimum tim- lI'\I''V I hereby t'ONNIVVIOAEII announce'''' myself. DIIoI'I'a. candidate :2-
n -o- ber growth In Florida. In this for election R" county enmmtssioner \

0i DeLand News paragrapher Is going vicinity Is found the best young county.I, If from elected: District: I will 2 Bradford give the :;,,:.,
; I Some candidates are beginning to wonder how many to stir up the ire of Editor slash plne..tlmber in the state. district and county the best-npect-Bervl -- .. ;
Robinson of the Starke Telegraphby Not only has the land restocked <'e of which I am capable. lJaduwood"Underwood
liars the mibmltted H M. MoKAU
r are on qualified list of voters. fully _
j referring to Starke as "Stark." will l but also the tree growth rate '
00-- Times-Union. We looked on Is probably not exceeded, and tur- NOTICEIn 'HOPPE
her typewriter keyboard and found pentine yield rank up with the the Circuit Court, Twenty-nlxth.
Money in circulation in Bradford county now is suffering where an "e" came at the end ofa best considering the size of the Judicial Circuit. In and for Bradford l- Champion Billiard Player
+ L) from strawberritis, causing an itching of the fingers. name tha pronounclatlon wouldbe trees that are being worked. Chancery County, State of Florida. In writes
the same. For Instance, Stark. While It Is unlikely that the Dank of Winter Park a corporationPlaintiff :

r" o -DeLand News. pine. growth at.. present. exceeds The slightest cough or throat irritation mightbt
"Intelligence in Voting, headline. What one candidate ---o- one hundred ntty board reel per W Jerlngan, fit al.
Defendant. during a close match. On this account I /
h considers intelligence in voting would be called the height of nilly Sunday says he "hopes to acre per year or the number of JlI"rfM'nllte ForecleeureOnriit .
ii so live that when, he dies the un. turpentine faces more than twentyper : OK PUBLICATION as a steady diet. They have never irritated roj
r idiocy his STAT! OF FLORIDA
e' by opponent. dertaker will feel sad.'* Appearing acre annually, it is quite pos : TO. W L* Jernlg-an and F. IS Jer- or caused the slightest cough. I am going to)
I t a find Is as much the undertaker'sstock Bible under fire protection to nigan.IJItnETINOs. : with Luckies.' "
of trade as hot air is Billy's. double those yields.Of It ; from the Affidavit of
Hathaway is the only candidate deserving of serious consideration Starke Telegraph. You Wouldn't the 186,240 acres In Bradford I the Attorney for the Complainant of
i.cieln tiled that you and both you /
by the voters. He has already'demonstrated his have the sad boys combine their (county over 100,000 are not' ;ire non-iealdent* of the State of
t stock In trade with that of Billy, In farms anT 'of the area Included I Florida, or your address la unknown
capability of (
4I ,I handling big tasks. end It appearing that you the Raid
,! would you?- -Ocala Star. In farms nearly 35,000 acres are W. L. Jernigan are a non-reBldent 66t.S
01t -0-_ In woodland, 'so It 18 I seen that although it the State of Florida, and that the toasted
mid FU. Jernlgan address Is tin-
t/ ; Have Jury Gives Woman $2,500 fora this Is primarily an agricultural k sown.
t you ever seen a horse fly-Detroit Free Press. Kiss.-Saraaota Times headline. county still 140,000 acres IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED

,, IA 1 iR Huh, have you ever seen a sleeping porch?Times-Union And it wasn't the jury that got the will be used. mainly for grazing I hut Innorahle you be Court and on appear the Rule before Day this In No Throat Irritation-No Cough.

F' t I '' Did you ever see a watch tick? kiss.-Tampa Times. If they had and forestry purposes for many May', 1928.day of the May name, being" the seventh and-
X N Ktw who knows what the verdict would years and there is no section of t lure to nnnwer the Rrl1t of Com c 1928 The American Tobacco Co., Inc.

0 have been?-Starke Telegraph. Florida where live stock and tree : ,,., ,,, .,,, ,, ,,, ,, ,, ,,,, ,,, ,. .,,.,,, .
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1 Palm Beach Independent says April Fool day can be used Perhaps It wouldn't have been a growing combined offer better re I.t'I, III1I"flip."VI/wMI,11F"M"IM'Ilull)1x1,1/I/" --- -----------"-"li'il-" "'u'"- ___ _-iii-ii_,_ _"ilII-t'_; '_!_';;_;;;;;_;;;' i"iii;;;_;_;;,:,_;Ill_;-;;_:;;';_;, __"_,''_"i_i'iiiiiiii'ii"' _}_''_""_",_,,,,,,7,,,1111111,_,,,,,,1111,,,,,I,,,,Pt,,,_,,_,,,,_,,II,. _I,_ ___
decision, but a decree.-Montlcello turns. i
i In1 figuring how much of,, a fool you've been during the past News. Recognizing this fact. In 1928 I I II'

I yyy@( year., Too short a time for the average person. --o- the United States Forest Service Guard Yourself
4l Rattlesnakes can be blinded by established a'' branch office of the Against
k ---U mustard gas shot Into their re- Southern Forest Experiment Sta- I

r One weekly) paper came out last issue without a single treats.-News item. Just how valu- tion at Starke for the study of .
line of local able this knowledge Is to you wedon't tree growth and turpentine pro- A RAINY
news in it, six pages being filled with advertising know. But we'll Bland rightup duction. Stuldes In the effect! of DAY!

I 4 and Carlton's harangue against the state road department. in meeting and admit that whenit fire on tree growth are going on

o comes to rattlesnakes it's our re- on lands of the Florida State I
treat-and we don't mean maybe. Farm In c6-operatlon with the ; r
; Three great records has been established in Florida. One Cincinnati Enquirer. We have no state. L. C. Powell and W. II. y ) It's easier to earn money
;1 1 t-Y t for speed of a railroad train. Second for automobile love for rattlesnakes, but it wouldbe Smith are co-operating with the
Third for airplane endurance. speed. a darn mean trick to shoot one's Government In turpentlug studies I '9I'I47A i I than to save it I
1 1t Any more.-Gainesville Sun. retreat full of mustard gas.- near Starke and Sampson. At I r '
:F The 1928 Governor's I race on nerve. Houston Post-Dispatch. How you present the staff of the station i 'G

71 u I v Acquire the Saving-HabitI!

Catta had his hand called at Groveland Tuesday night'by -

a minister and world war veteran, who branded as false the I '" Guard yourself against a

ex-governor's remarks about the alleged mmorality of literature -
I rainy day I II
E 'b and teaching in the state college for women.

y ifs I t I :=

There is o %ll : 1i1'i Let our bank act as a protection -
a candidate for governor who says he reformed

himself and wants to help reform the state. We'll see how i f i i against a time of

f bad the state wants to be reformed in June.-Starke Tele
i graph. Just for the sake of accuracy, let's all start calling hi

( Jim Carson Florida's Aimee Semple
y Beach Sun. Every vote he takes away from the Reverant Save regularly a certain

t, Catts is another step toward 4 x
4 plane. putting the state on a higher I I amount of your earnings

0 Who Pays Your each week.

iy : :licking Local because and society of the editors frequency of the of Morning requests Commercial made by are po. Tire Bills? .4 R., fcaJ % '' $ J .00 opens an account

,t a litical visitors to the city to "keep my name out of the paper." -- Iv and startsyou on the road to

They're here, a good many of them, almost every day, to confer .

with Mayor MacKenzie about making him governor.- Protection. .

;1 ,' In Leesburg English: Commercial.anyone can understand Let's rewrite part of the paragraph Not the car manufacturer. He put four tires ; /:. .

almost : "They're here, all of them, on your car when he made it. The mileage ;
every day, to confer with
P about a they get dosen't worry him. You have to We Pay
) : soft job if he's elected governor." re- J 0
rd1 place them.

y o"Kokomo's Those first tires are never Hood tires. I ,1 4 PerCent

I itching feet are stilled in death." Of small Hoods aren't sold in bulk; at bulk price. : 1 ?

import, perhaps, to the world at large is this brief news dis There is too much quality in them. l I l Interest on

patch, but to the newspaper fraternity it But in thousands I
means the final 30"has of cases their successors t !
been written for R. W. Phillips, the 74-year-old "tourist" are Hoods-Specified by Experience 1 Savings Accounts

f printer of Kokomo, Ind., known in thousands of shops the

lirf world over. Cursed, or we would blessed Supreme Service
: say, with the wan- Station
_ r derlust he
spent three
score and ten in
years strange
1 places of this earth and at the end of the trail found peace. No.1. U. IBank of Starke

:a Some will call his life wasted, but the personnel of those news ,..

1 paper offices to whom he made his infrequent visits know that STARKE, FLA., PHONE 13 ti f' ,A ROLL OF I HONOR BANK

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Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Chapter! 9375 Special Acts 1923, CRITICS bake huller \<'111.? March 31.-- '

OF SHANDS- BRIDGE 1- APRIL 10TH able makes as It provided a misdemeanor by general, punish-law, Jacksonville' -April-2.-Tlle political As H result by Sheriff of a "trip'. S. Hranueti.lu to Jacksonville -, PRIVILEGE OF MIXING CARS :it i ; .

search of parties alleged to bo .
Hathaway, chairof I to poreate pendulum which has shown ----
Fons A. vehicles, trucks, tractors Implicated lu the death of Mlles

[ the State Road Depart- MAYOH'S COLTtT and log carts, disc harrowsand a steady swing to Fons A. Hathaway Crews, thought to have died from HIIN; :: ::
will) be the principal speaker Ruth : 1HSTIUCT Stn'1111..1"' Coach : I f\
Hazel cutters in a manner Injuriousto In the gubernatorial campaignIs the effects of poisoned liquor,
and dedlcat Williams concealed man. .
opening weapons -
i formal roads of evidencing a pronounced strideIn Bryan was arrested by two detectives -
t Shands bridge, the St ; forfeited $40 bond. Bradford county Flor his direction according to Oscar of that city at the home of Tallahassee April 2. The qualification -- i kt t' o
ida. Jacksonville, Kla March 31.
i river link between St. Johns John Grlflls, operating vehicle Many complaints have been M. Johnson, In charge of the her brother Jacksonville.. She of Jl, A. Green of stnrke, ? 1"' >
,-ountles, on April 10, I ILea It received of Florida growers will 'hn granted a r' 1
-a| ) while Intoxicated; $50 bond forfeited damage done to roads Hathaway campaign headquarters la thought to have had some part us candidate for rongresH from the

announced by C. Samuel buy such means and the Bradford here. in the alleged crime. She was placed neruiid cougroHslonul district of "mixing In transit" privilege on I t

Ion general chairman of the County Road Department "The aggressive and Intensive' In the Starke pull following her }<'IorldlWUIt announced today by>; fruits and vegetables without pen I i
Charlie hereby
l\iiet\ on arrangements. Scruggs, having liquorIn gives notice campaign Dr. n.ithaway In conducting arrest. the secretary of state Mr. Green. alisation and at rates applicable d''
that ,
Hathaway has been selected possession; $30 bond forfeited it shall seek to visiting live and six or The stomach uf Crews was sent the I Incumbent In I limn far unoppOHOll ] from point of shipment to destination ?

liver (the dedication address at Perry Newsom, drunk and disorderly bring to Justice all future offenders. more communities and speakingtwo to a Jacksonville chemist to bo< by t the Atlantic Coast Line fF1C' n, 4

p. m (and at 3:30: he wills ; $10 bond forfeited. or three times a day Is having analyzed and traces of poison are I Joe W. Williams of Chlpley, also (<'Ior"FjJMt: Coast and Seaboard .)

his ':-andldacy for gover- Nassau Wilson a. most wholesome effect upon the paid to have been found. The qualified today BH a candidate for Air Line railroads, It was an- I ,
(Then the ceremonies will be drunk and disorderly A\VIIKICKV JIOVKMEXT: entire campaign throughout the trouble was caused when Crews delegate to tho national Democratic pounced hone by Walter F. Coach

[ over ro political speeches. by ; $10 bond forfeited. state," said Mr. Johnson. "With stopped a check which he la said convention to the Third man chairman of the Citrus committee -
Isaac Total
I and ,-ounty candidates Tames, drunk and disorderly movement from Lawtey for the rapid approach of tile primarythe to have Issued to a. man named congressional district of the state chamber ot
,. omplete program for the ; $10 bond forfeited. two weeks ending April 4th by <
: people generally are beginningto Maxis Moore. Later Ruth Bryan -- commerce.
., opening together with InBi Jim Clark, drunk disorderly; freight> express and truck: 378- consider more seriously> and Moore and Crews met Moore giv- I : ; ::: the '
$10 bond forfeited. 600 ......... .. .... Tho purpose of new privilege -
|,oas to the event have been quarts, average price"- 460 they are appreciating fully the necessity ing Crews a drink of whiskey ut and which him been soughtfor $ r'

lout and Chairman Johnson Amos Miller, larceny; plead quart. for concentration! upon that that time\ it IH said. He dle>l three : Keystone HeightsMl : n long time by /growers la to
| that with favorable weath- guilty, $10 and costs and 10 days Movement from Starke platform candidate, who > the hours later.A .. ; I i
e9 for one offers best e Mete O, Jurnout of between 5,000 and same period: 201,920 quarts, assurance that during the next coroner's Jury recommended for their ,
average ........................1 return products ,
,0 persons will result. . $ price 30c quart. four years we shall have an administration that Moore be held for admlll I"ter. This new regulation- will permit V

jj 580,620 quarts. of constructive pro- lug poison but his whereabouts Keystone Heights, April 6. The growers to assemble their mixed

angedale on the east bank Receipts, 23094600. gress. were unknown until Tuesday, National Kedoratlou of Music shipment. at centralization points J "'fciJacksonville

river It Is scheduled to Church Services Of this total, 71 cars were ship- "This concentration la unquestionably when he appeared< before Sheriff Clubs held, their annual/ conven In transit at rates and minimum I l

fnder way at 12:30 p. m. with 1> ped by freight; balance by pony refrigerators upon Dr. Hathaway lIe 'v. S. Uriiimen and contesesd, and tlon In Keystone Heights during/ no greater than those applicable) f r

becue to be served by county.I 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 a and open express. )Is conducting the sort of campaign was lodged the county jail I the week beginning/ !March 25. from points of shipment to destination -

i demonstration agents. The Price averages secured from which the people appreciate, one Their program; for the week included !, rt N

tlon speech by Dr. Hathaway METH01M.ST platform buyers. which Is based upon Ills own rec- AToiMriTi'jIMIKII: : : .irnsov: business meetings, concerts, Under the plan It has been entl- i

I follow There will possibly rouxrii..,"AIKUTINO ord of public service which Is and trips to Clatnosville Ocala, mated that citrus! and vegetablesfrom I

per speakers to be heard at (Enoch Marvin Rooks, pastor.) known to all and Impugned by Friends of Mrs. Antoinette Wll Jacksonville, and St. Augustine Florida will be Increased in : a t'

conclusions of Mo remarks. Sunday school Sunday morning The city council of the city of none until someone feared that he ber Judson will regret to learn of Curs for these trips were furnished distribution from 25 to 50 per cent ,< '..
Florida .
her death at Clearwater, ,
will be a band concert at at'10:00: o'clock, L. A. Davis, supt Starke, Florida met In regular session might be a candidate for governor. I by the citizens of Keyston within the next five years. ; +
March 1928
28 aged
and an hour late can- "While Dr. Hathaway Insists that Wednesday, Heights and the f
p Worship Sunday at 11 a. m. and April 3, 1928 with the following meetIngs ..
lea for state and county offices 8:00: p. m. The morning worship members present: C. F. Hoover he will not give his time to the 81 years. former were held In the Woman'sclub SMALL: nunA ] IUTUIUY>> .
Mrs. Judson -
was a res
J be given the opportunity ong will contain Easter chairman L. discussion of inuendoes and alle- building.The \\i1'1 I d
an sermon. ; A. Davis, W. L.
dent of Starke, was one of small blaze on the roof of tbDaugberty '
their claims before the big Junior League Sunday afternoon Wall Minutes of the last meetingwere gations which are being hurled following were delegates to
members of the PresbyterIan
charter -
Dce that is expected. at 2:30: o'clock. I read and approved.Joe against him so suddenly by other the convention: Mrs. T, C. Dona- cottage on Cherry
church, as well as the donorof street called out the tire department i
Hathaway is expected to de- Hi-League Sunday afternoon at'' Williams was granted a candidates in a campaign of desperation von. Pittsburgh Pa.; Mrs J. A,

|a considerable part of his rein 3:00: o'clock. mit to erect a building for cafe per-and he has taken occasion at the Wilber Memorial all window who i Jardine Fargo N. D.: Helen Harrlson Saturday morning, the lire p
She lovedby
therein. was with chemical
being extinguished
to road and bridge con- Senior League Sunday eveningat barber shop in Thomasvllle sub the conclusion of his speeches to I Mills, Peoria, III.: Mrs. 1
knew her for her noble Christian The blaze originated from the
it tlon and will also discuss the 7:30: o'clock. division. treat with several Items mentioned Henry Shurmann, Indianapolis,

planks In his platform. It The choir will render a beauti- The time for paying city taxes In a recent speech by one of his character.Mrs. Is survived Ind.; Mrs H. H. Foster, Little kitchen flue and small damage resulted A
Judson by a to the
owing promptness]
Bafford many people a chance was extended opponents, among them being the Hock, Ark.; Mrs. George Houston,
ful to
Easter Cantata, directed by May 1st, 1928. ,
niece, Mrs J. }J. Walker of Detroit, of the fire company In answering ,
the State Road) Depart- sale of more than 12,000 yards of Ala. ,I
ruing Mrs. James L. Pickerill, Sunday Routine bills of the council were Birmingham/ ; Mrs. Della
H, D. Snider +
Mich., and a nephew, the alarm. /
head for the first time ande evening at 8:00: o'clock. All are paid and the board adjourned. canvass by the state road depart- of Kilbourne Wis., who came Tulley Matthews, McAllister, .
same time will afford the ment. This charge, he declared to Okla. ; !Mrs Joseph C. Byron I
Invited to attend this InspirIng
very -
]natorlal candidate an oppor- service. It will take the place IUXM1 TRL'HTEE4 MEET: be a deliberate attempt to deceivethe down Kilbourne to accompany where the It was body inter backto Hagerstown Md.; Mrs. Arthur :N..N......N..N..N. }? R i iSA11'SON

of putting his claims before of the evening sermon. public Into believing that cemetery., Holmes Morse, Cincinnati, Ohio: : CITY x
Mid-week service Wednesday at The board of bond trustees of someone is profiting by the sale red In the family. Mrs. George Hall Providence! It:

IP celebration la to be conclud- 8:00: oMock. Bradford county, Florida, met In of canvass at 32 1-2 cents a yard Mt'HAK: A OAMHDATK I.; Mrs. A. A. Coult, F't.fyers!\ ; Cloo Thomas l ..bi

|th a speedboat regatta on the regular session April 3, 1928, with when the canvass would cost I Mrs Vera Hull Hull, New York : ............N........i t ; '
has, river at <4:30<: p. m. KT. MAItK'S CJIUHC1I the following members present: 57 1-2 cents a yard. H. M. McRae announces his candidacy Mrs. K. ICtlllman Kelly, Oxford., s t

trough!': the compliments of theIIlustineGreen E. S. Matthews. chairman, A. A. 'He said. that the canvass men In this l issue for county Ohio; K. J, Attaway, Port Huron, .. Sampson City, April a.-Ite, ,

Cove SprIngs 8:00: p. m., Thursday Union service Durden, J. H. Ritch, W. E. To- tioned represented a. War Department commissioner from district 2. His I Mich.; Mrs. Win Arms Fisher, C. A. Crosby filled his regular appointment -

fa Company the bridge will Episcopal church. rode. Minutes of the last meeting gift to the department, along announcement was received too I Boston Mass.\ : Elizabeth N. Chandler Saturday night and

)fen free for the entire day. 12:00: to 3:00: p. m., Meditationon I. were read and approved. with other quantities of suppliesout late to Include In the regular announcement Ft. Pierce; Mrs Cora C. Lures Sii1t,1aY,

Mnuturo Is a handsome one the Cross. The board rejected the bids received of a surplus of war supplies, but will be found Greensboro, N. C L) ; Miss Margaret I Lucian Thomas came home from ,

will) reduce the distance be- 8 p. m. Friday Union services, on the 27th of March for by special act of congress. This elsewhere in this issue. Hans, Jacksonville; \Sirs \V1i. Jacksonville Friday night/ and will "

st Augustine and Green. Presbyterian church the completing of the contracts ot canvass, he sold, cost the state CariiHon. San Antonio, Texas; bo homo for thirty days $ +t }

I Springs by many miles. 7:30: a. m. Easter celebration of W. L. JernIgan and Son. road department only one cent a was not until 1923, Dr. Hathaway Mrs. F. A. Salbprllng, Akron, O. Silas Joues and 1 brother Frank l+

Holy Communion. The Southern Surety Co., made yard, the cost of the freight, and pointed out, that It was receivedby \Miss \Marian Rons, noted pianist have gone to Atlanta (U., after '

'HllSI': I'll,\YKIt: :MEKTINO: 10 a. m. Church school. the Board a proposition for settle- was held by the department for the state road department, addIng of New York City, was one of the spending a few weeks with their

11:00: a. m., Celebration of Holy ment In connection with contract several years before it was sold that the canvass had deterloat prominent guests at Keystone Inn Krnnd mother, \Mrs. 8. E. Jones. if

n,1 Young People's Societies ol Communion. between board of bond trustees under the act which permitted the ed with 'the passing of years andIf during the pant week. Mrs. Beulah Kelley attended .

: Presbyterian, Baptist and Russell S. Carleton, Rector and W. L. Jernigan and'Son, on department to Hell such supplies hold lu store for a longer periodof Mrs. E.) Caughey and daughter church here Saturday night. I"

IJdlllt churches will unite In alee which contract final action was de- given by the government, as could time might become almost val Elizabeth, and Mrs. W. H. Ogden :- \Mr. Hiram Prescoit and family ; / ;

I I'rayer meeting/ Easter riusHVTiitiAX: : : ferred on same until Monday April not be used by the department, and ueloss. lIe asserted the same to and two daughters, were in have moved to Starke .We wish } ,,1 t"

Ding at 7 o'clock at the Pres- 9th, 1928. then convert the proceeds. to the be true of the "babbit and pick- Starke Wednesday, March 28. them I much success. y '

rlan church. Many thousands Sunday being Easter all the ser- Routine bills were paid and the purchase of such other materialsor handles, etc." which was in the Miss Mildred Rupert, who has Lucian Thomas and sister, Clao.

ling people all over the coun- vices of the church, will gather board adjourned to April 9,. 1928, equipment as might be needed. air on the evening the radios tunedin spent two weeks xlsltlng: her par- were visiting In Jacksonville Tues

jwlll gather at this hour to about this important event. The at 2:00: o'clock p. m. "The war closed In 1918 and It on the speech." ents here, left Saturday, March 31, day. '
Jin a prayer and song service morning sermon will be, "The Ris- for Ohio State University, where Mr. and Mrs. Noon Warren ,
rusaders with Christ in evan- en Christ." ---:----.5----- _. R- -... --- she is senior. attended church here Sunday. pl '

n, good citizenship and World The Sunday school will study --- ... A large a crowd attended the Ice There will be church here Sun- ,

'. The meeting will como the Resurrection. cream social held Saturday evening lay evening by Rev J. T. Barnes.,
., .
promptly at 7 o'clock andat The Christian Endeavor Society -
at the club house by the Keystone 148 made by '
7:45. The subject will be in their meotlng at 8:45: will consider -- runs
Woman's Club y
aders with Christ," a beautl-! the subject of Immortality. ? Heights and cake I' local fire department during February Ar
tome-made[ Ice cream ti"v
birture representing the Cru- The Lord's Supper will be ob- Easter Musicr$1p1"MUSIC were served after which a num- compared to 360 during ptj

served at the morning hour and an January
will be displayed. .
i ber of people remained play
will be given to unite Oral a-30 ton new Ice plant to r'
j o great purpose of this young opportunity cards. r .
be built here by Me llrs. Mason
If have chil-
jle's army, on a Crusade will with the church. any Mr. and Mrs C. I'angborn, Mrs. end Burgdorff. I

arouse an interest on evan- dren they desire to have consecrated Wm. Baker, and Mrs. E. I'. Caug- F
Fort Muiide-Work on Road No I $ ly
Lord In Baptism,
n. good citizenship, which to tbe
the hey drove to Palatka Monday 2 from Bowling Green to this '
oj obedience to law and law they; should bring them to shopping.Dr. .
cement and world out- church on this Easter morning. place progressing.
peace and Mrs. Rupert, who have niirtow-Oas Appliance Company
pi; war. This Is the appropriate day to pre- spent several months at their N
to branch store }
< unite with them In arousing his service. to their summer home In Mead- Ft. auderdalo--nroward Bank. f I'' '
( terest in these Important sub- The North Florida. Presbyterywill
Tuesday vlllo\ Pa., Tuesday & Trust Company, now Institution, ; y '
Ifor the welfare of the nation. meet In our church I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bussurd chartered here.lIandwlcbe F
A full
night, April 17th. returned to their home In Altoona

SI\U: SIGNALS CHANGKOjilowiug : will be given of the Presbyterynext Is there anything more glorious 'or, inspiring than Pa., Monday, April 2, after having hot chocolate, cake 'I "11 ;

with week. spent!; the winter here. add candy were served. Paper caps 't '
a conference UAI'TIST Miss Dorothy Jenkins entertained and horns wore used as favors. ,'1 ,
Easter Music?
ad officials last week, thed >
with a costume novelty party at HHH Jenkins guests: were: The '
> of operating the Seaboard J. F. her home Saturday evening March Misses, Edith Wiggins and Ellen

ng signals through Starke Sunday school at 10 a. m., Easter Sunday morning is a time for rejoicing. Jl. Contests and games wore enjoyed Out taf8on, of Green Cove Springs .1.'
hanged. The bells and lights supt.
Wilma Hayes
service at 11 throughout the evening and Marjorie Cornish,
the Easter
ow operated only until Worship- found their places at the Virginia Jane Miller, Olive Beers, ,
the guests
ng t* covered by the train a. m., also 8:00: p. m.m.-. Churches the world over unite in joyous celebration table by means of novelty place and Donna Kerr; and the Messrs. ; I "p:f

lien' ,cut off. Where the signals B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. Vivian Anderson, < '
cards. Tbe table was beautifully Carl Cooper,
lue to operate while a train Wednesday service at 8 p. m. of the great event. .
I Frank Wal- \ r
Presbyterian decorated with cut roses and fern, iowunl Lawrence, !
r a crossing, it means anoth- United service In v''
with and refreshments! of chicken salad. ath and John Perry. ,
aln the Friday" at 8 p. m. 1
Is approaching on church on ceremonies
|lei track Vehicles are red an offering for Florida Children's You can participate in these beautiful :

'1 to come to a stop at a cross- Home, of Jacksonville.\ /l 1 commemorating the Resurrection of the Son of Cod PENNEY TO HEAD NEW Ifi;

here the signals are In op- .
11. v. 1-, u. '
ja and to not attempt a cross- MARKETING COMBINE 11\1\i'

flit- -the bell. ceases-ringing. Sunday evening-a playlet entitled s b Come to any of the places of worship listed below

ISO J, TO HPKAK HERB "Wedding Bells", will be need. the of the church and the the
-you inspiration offers of service
given by the B. Y. P. U. at the Jacksonvlle, April 4.-The FlorIda genuine '

es M. Carson of Miami, cantor Baptist church at 7 o'clock. State Chamber of Commerce highest type to the hitherto forgotten
church needs and deserves
the town your support man the Florida grower.
's governor, will speak in All young people of hat received the following statement -
leadership means
a next Tuesday evening. April and community are Invited to attend from Mr. E. R. Graham, man- "Mr. Penney's
each suction of
8 P. m., at the county court and to winess the uniting of ager of the Pennsylvania Sugar each grower and chance

, according to advices sent Mr. Our B. Y. P. U., and Mils B. Company Farms, Miami: Florida wll get Its proper will\ be end I
and that
"Mr. Penney's offer to lead the
rom his In Or- U Spirit.
headquarter Y. P. In 1924
of Reviews
>. Ills campaign manager Don't forget the place-Bap1st BAPTIST Florida Citrus and Vegetable Coordination ed. The Review that Dr. "

Ms there be dull Movement Is one of the carried statement saying l'
will not a church. for
t known
f Ilt In. his speech and that he Don't forget the bour-7 o'clock. METHODIST, : j' finest things for Florida which I Lewis, whom I recognized as the 4
thoroughly the subjects have heard of In recent years. Ills years, was d'
cover 100,000 beat executives In the
than '. and to equal of the
City-More offer to without
t-ts Plant serve pay t
the and county
ponies .
York #
rule. quart of strawberries recentlyshipped PRESBYTERIAN ... ;? make the service of Dr. Burdette highly competitive New
< : r
,. from here.Araadia.Work. ,.t; O. Lewis, vice-president of his fields a a
Iney.-J. T. addJr.] to started on. new Florida operations available' without "1 am confident all elements can

tobacco packing :turns at business block at corner of Magnolia .' cost to the proposed new eor- nov find their proper position In '

and Munroe streets. and Monroe 8tre ta. operative marketing organlxations the Florida workahop. Certainly

'loud-New ChrUtUa church Starke Contract let for extending quite overwhelming because the lower East Coast welcomes then

"ted at corner of 12th andsky strawberry shipping platform .- they are known ,to be sincere and w opportunities. ;;

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RADFOJm COUNTY Tm GR\pit.. ST\RKE. FLOJUD.\ _._ __. -- _.u___-- I .:_ .\pn ,I
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-- In force until 1936 and win- doubtless Mlllan can also welld the big mitt 11. JI. S. IIC.XK rI r

di.> much towards securing in capable fashion if necessary I

School peace for the world. In the In field, defensive prospects Elmer-When you graduate, How to Play

Bradford High as yet are only fair. "Mac" what sort of position will you get?

nn\IH'OUU SPLITSAIKK. McOouell at first is all there as Is CllrblAs near horizontal as
: : S IIASKIIALLIXG Raymond at short. Williams at BRIDGE
Journal .
I 2nd and ]M. McMillan at 3rd have possible.MlM
I The Uradr-d ball team of '28 shown difficulty In getting -
0 some Jackson-What is diplomacy Jerles ;;z
still In Its infancy divided honors I an eye on ground balls, but both

Editor-in-Chief ____nn_ ___________ WILLIAM DUNCAN In the two practice games of last have snappy pegs In the various ?! I Wynne Ferguson

Associate Editor _____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS week, being nosed out by the directions.! A little more practice Enoa II.-It's the thing thatget's Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION
should Improve their work con you Into trouble when a big R.1DCr

Sports Editor .. ELMER McMILLAN town team 7-5, and going on a siderably., boy than you lias told you
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I Joke Eldtor _______________ _______ JUNIOR McDONELL slugging( upree to wallop the The outfield has all desired in something that Is not true and you I

-- lirooker outfit, 13-9. the way or fly chasing. Either Red tell)) him so without using it. ARTICLE No. 23
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grave or E. McMillan are good -
In the first of the games the
TIm THKATIKH OP THE U. H. Britain to decide how far Maine enough in left Held and Lewis I Mrs .Futch-Hotter wash your The following question ts one that Heart-rone
with the town team, which
should extend Into Canada. Tht meeting In centerfield is another cracker- face son, I think we are going for usually puzzles the average player, Clubs-9,S
( By Evelyn Stump, 8th grado.) which was played last Thursday, the Jack outfielder. In right field, GMcMillan I a ride. therefore any light that can be thrown Diamonds-A, J !r -
line agreed Is that
: upon separates Tornado batsmen found themselves it should be useful and interest Spades-A ,4,2! .
Since tho beginning of onr nat comes through with a I Merrill F.-Let us find out for upon Kj; ,
Z holds five diamonds
Malnu from Canada today.It up against some excellent ing. Suppose to
ional history the United States has was called the WebsterAshburton pitching by Kicks, the local county handy glove. The fielding in the I certain. It would be such a shame the ace jacK and his partner, Y, holds In this hand as pla-fed. t
meeting with the town team was to do, It for nothl ng. tout to the king,viz: score,rubber re I'll
jnndc a number of treaties with Treaty. agent and Perryman, the well .1)( b.clJi"l1lu
especially good. Diamonds K 7 6 2 follows Zone
foreign cou ntrlell. Right of tlieno A treaty of peace was signed known shutout ace of the Southeastern : spade. A pan Y
; displayed have hearts and
The Drooker clash Saturday Mrs White Why do you B pass. Z
In 1848 In Mexico between Mexico the i thrl'edia
have !been with Great nrltaln. I league. Redgrave on great slugging qualities In so many text books? 'I t Y A pass, Y three no-trump
nnd the United States. It provided mound for( the losers, also tossed a rAn : Z lour diamonds A 'and
the ball all the lot to I hate the 61'11.
The first of tlieso treotlen wan panting over Joe --Because
that the western boundary of capable pellet, fanning eleven men ; Z ; and all passed. TnereWfi>
between roll 13 runs Heading the bats and I can keep 'em ;
the United Slates and up blame things ..
to the "*
Texas should be the Hlo Grande and holding the town stlckmen to as proper bidding.11,1, ., .
Great Britain. It wa 8l l"nNI" Sep river, and New ]Mexico and upper 8 hits. Redgrave also led his men are J tember 2, 17)13) and ended the IlckllterVl1Ilams, Kaymond and for the that Is play follows: I
California fdiould! be reded to the mates In batting, rapping out three 1 Should Z play drop, ,
Revolutionary War. TJie treaty United States. In return the United rlts Including a double In the 7th Lewis. All of these men have so i Pearl-And so you study Latin.*i the ace and then the king, in the hope Z't hand is a freak hand,
provided that the Heverul mates, tar been steadily clicking hits at Cnn you speak it? that the queen will fall or should lie bid in the first 1I?*'J!,,
States to Mexico
was pay $15000,000 ,- which scored two runs. The tornado inst.u"" copartner
each given Nhould time. 1 Oh I could Just talk] finesse the jack on the first or second
by name, be free opportune Itooka- no. as good a picture, Ll
and In addition agreed to credlable fielding or ,
and Independent and the boundaries gave a very Local fans will have a chance to ''to anybody else who's taking itSKVENTH round? One of the writer's corresnon- that reason I I >
the claims held against Mexico much better than In mathematical wcy
; submitted
pay bar
performance 'enls j uit a
of the Jnlled( States were fixed see the boys do their stuff as they I .. diamond so that when ( Kd7, by Americans to the amount t the Waldo game. Doth sides played Brooker ; ; ail.\ll analysis of the question: later my partner would rwuZ
with :
an follows: return game
of 3500000. well afield, in fact, and the playa "Let us suppose that B is the player monds was the better:
The wentern boundary was the 1871 Great nrltaln the whole, while devoid of at the Heno park this Saturday at against whom it is proposed to finesse.' spades first and then suit, If 1'Qi'
In and game an a Palmer has given us a. new picture : diamond
also] had a distribution of the
game for
They "Now
MIssissippi river; the northern 3-30: I) in. every Z's hand, 'our t
United States signed a treaty any spectacular plays, was a snap called "The Spring Song." i I ) partner has toJua'to.which
boiin litry last Tuesday, a return visit to I cards among Y and Z so that they have IS the better !
< wax
mibKtantlally the
known' as the treaty of Washington py exhibition. The Tornadoe'agood We want to remind all of you : nine cards of a suit between them,there to eliminate suit. The I,
name ns It Is today ; the MOiithern which provided for a "settlement appearance against Ihe falr- folks that the P. T. A. meets ijext are 10,400,600 ways of distributing the him way the facts at once gucss-work UfO'

boundary was fixed at the present of all matters of dispute between .iy stltr opposition was quite heart Jl'MOICH DKKKAT AKf.M.M: Thursday. The sixth grade and{I remaining cards between A and li. B done by bidding the diallloodtfiIt, and thiltl'! 1

northern boundary of Florida and the two countries. The ening to I). H. 8. fans. of the I will hold:
extended to the MissIssipPI liver. The other for which the we hve charge program. ((1)I) O. x, x, x..............iit 497,420 hands Y should then bid ont l l1e3rt
nioHt Important question game cloned
eoncernod Juniors "In
The Champion We going to give a play I one spade. Y
are could
x..i" hands then
At Hi In time Florida was reded lirooker ((2)) g, x, id OIIt,
bark to Spain by flreat nrltaln the damages: done to the Unit home boys visited Saturday the season last Monday\ night still Ihe Garden of Life," BO you want : ((3)) x, x, x....................in 646,646 hands trump,Such (I.. bid should InJicaftb:

A second ed States commerce( during the was more of the proverbial the victorious flve of Bradford defeating to be sure to get all your dishes'; ((4)) Q, x............. ........in 2,166,296 hands that Y has Ies than norm..1 hcl
treaty made In 170 I war between the states by Confederate track meet than anything else 22 a. team composed of clone and come. (mx.x........................in 2.116,296 hands diamonds and spadcsand al haltli

by the United States nnd Orent ships fitted out In British runs were Bcored, 13 of them winning ni of D. II. 8.," 1816. AlUm-j Two new books have been added ((6) Q............................in 646,646 hands in the dub suit.Z's hand,hOWIIf! ,
Britain, was railed the "Jay'n ports. IIy the treaty the matter )/ the game for Bradford. 10:. Hughes led the winners j jKIOIITII / ((7)x) ..........................in 1,039,933 hands sucH a freak type thai he is MtjUI.
Treaty Hy tills treaty Great was settled! 'by arbitration. McMillan started In the box for tho with Moore clone on his to our lIbrary ((8) None....."...............in 49f/,420 hands in, leaving He hilt partner in "'ith|,011'
Tiritaln WitH to give the points trump. should therefore .
forts ,y
In flu(. northwest ,while up the United A formal treaty of peace was Tornado, but was not as effective liccN RcotinK/ For the "graduates, ; K I "The finesse will clearly win the Q In diamonds and it is/ now Y'.dati:

State to signed at Paris beween the Unlt- as UHiial," allowing 7 of the 9 Whllehead, Tornado ace for three cases ((2)), (I), and ((6)), that is in pass. He has a wonderful hand tut

was guarantee payment od States and Spain at the close runs In 5 innings. Redgrave came years was high point man tossing; On Wednesday morning Elotse; ,. 4,702,880 hands; the 'drop will win in the diamond bid and gam tih'JId"

of certain. debts owing to Groatnrltaln. :at the Spanish-American Wa/ In through as usual but allowed two goals; to the total value of 10. Ritch read the "Village f.lack-\ cases ((3)), ((4)), ((5)) and ((6)), that is in tainly result. After Z has o rl t1lO
treaty met with and rcbid the
1898. ny the treaty Spain aK'reedto more before the game closed. Quite The loser held &, small l ad early smlth" by Henry W. Longfellow. 5,525,884hands. diamonds uI shoul!
oppoBltlou In the United Sto te "Thus it will in the Ions:run be more apparent that he hasten ore!
evacuate Cuba and cede to tho a few Bradford players but In the last three afternoon Hev. H. 8. I e\'enl2'
the Wednesday
but it was the bent that could bu In game profitable to go for the drop Approximately in these two suits and then nnok
xpoted under the clrcumntanceuoo I United States Porto Hlca and other out three and four hits apiece, quarters the champs were ahead Carleton gave us a wonderful talk I the odds are 11 to 9 against in clubs. Y must pass the 11\ '.dim

the senate ratified the Inlands. of the West Indies under many being wasted In absence continually: though never by a about his experience In the World I winning if a finesse be attempted, and bid which should be the I lirulbio. ,

In 1803 United Slated treaty.made the Spanish rule also Guam J and of the box Hcore prevents ua from very mal. margin.A War. ThIs was highly appreciated\ !9 to 8 if the drop be played for." The writer also was asked
a nlm,
detailed account of For those of our readers who have
a more a
Philippine\ 11:1111 ndll. giving small crowd witnessed
: record all. have been the
third by ,
treaty. This treaty was between / mathematical mind the writer would proper bidding 'U"
Prance" and United Stafcm In 1903! United States made a this ,Kame. the game; further evidencing; On Thursday morning Evelyn niggcst that they test these figures and, partners if Z started the uddinjV

It provided Hint the United States 1 Iruuty with" Panama for the construction Hereafter we hope to be able to the fact Starke craved a change of Stump read an essay on "The if they find them incorrect, send me a one spade. Y should then bid t\rot
of the Panama Canal. furnish a more detailed report of Treaties of the United States." I letter to their t. It should be and Z should bid three diamond\
fihotild jiiy France $1(5,000,000( sport. prove PO '! tlin... .. .in. #.ho,. V\SSB-A.* .1-.. -
the our games. O ___ I morning Ralph Cox read"The noted that the finesse, if taken should > pw-ifiNju umi un ongt,
for LoiilHaiia, The purchase o( Ity treaty Panama was paid Friday diamond bid would
Tin'; <;.vs IJ.\G liaveavi iai), '
be taken the second round the
Loululana kept the United $10,000.000 and Panama was to Curfew, by Henry W. Long on not is he is forced
StateHlu n. it. H. J1.\ I.nu.l; > I'HOSI.J'CTS; I' first.That is,the king should be played to RUPSS as to then::
r-onlrol of the great waterway give the United States the land O HUUJIIT fellow. of diamond bid. Personally
Four more weeks until exams! first and then if the queen doesn't fall,
leading to the sen. she wanted. After the expiration Tuesday morning Jennie Maude finesse the jack on the second round. prefer to try for game in diannmV,.
before hit the, I
(Pour laps we
At the end of (he war of 1812, of nine years an annual rental of All In all the I). II. S. Tornado more in this eight' Crosby read "The Tampa Uobln" There is roally no set rule for this play, would not critici/c. his \h i* of thri r
Until straightway Z of
iv troaty WUH mlgned at Ghent, liel- $:!IIOOOO was to bo paid to Panama has some fairly bright baseball By Sidney Lanler. Martha Grlffis j liowevcr. The player should be on the trump.monds course, nu, i dfuut.
month marathon toward to use over the three .,
gulm, by the United States nnd by the United States. for read "The Slave Dream," by lookout for singletons and if he notes 1. '(rum
prospects this hand i b of such
year. : a c" a a cia
a lews dramatic expression, a passIng that there in the suits :
Great Ilrltalri The treaty said In the summer of 1919 following from the three practice games oh students Henry W. Longfellow. are one.or more !should be played at ont >' > sjuth
grade. Iet'B speed up, already played, he will probably
nothing bout the impressment of the Wll- Melba, Sllcox read an essay, on get point Y should havc
World War President( played before this writing is wrote and set during these last better results by finessing in the above I Ted' "t
Hoamen, hut at this tlmo we gain SOil submitted treaty with Germany wo have good( pitching, fielding few dashes, our smoothest and "The progress of the Newspapers situation. On the other hand, if no singletons allowed Z to play the h I it* .itfour.

ed our commercial treed om.n to the United States Senate and batting. The Waldo and town Hwlftest pace of the year It this iu the United States.' ( have shown up, he should play monds.

1818, a treaty was made be- for ratification, It met with team games exhibited possibilities; lead the for the drop. The bidding indicated n :' sttir
I Is done, we may yet way INTOUMATIO.V: 1"Olt'OTEHS
twa 'a Groat nrltaln and the Unlt- mu<'h opposition and after a long of dependable. pitching- : for this BO to speak, and make the last and AND CUXDIDATKSAll Example Hand diamonds that he could and not spidcs possibly u. than holdi!!,
"d Status In which the and bitter debate It was rejected
boundary year. "Iluster Uedgrave seems to greatest test Final Exams, mtieli Hearts-A. K, J, 8,4, than one or two clubs. Y's Rvedub<
of the United States west of the by that body. have more "pep" on the ball. He easier. Even those who are hopelessly persons desiring! to vote In Clubs-A, K, 10,7, S for that reason, was very bndthet;

MlHHlsHlpjil' ond the Jlrltlnh: pustoHHioim The "Four Power Treaty" signed fanned no lean than eleven men In'' Imbedded in low grades, and the Democratic Primary to be held Diamonds-Q,6 one, however, that can jistlyben

in Canada, from tho Lajce] in the latter part of 1921:! was the meeting with the town team I trail those with a chance to get In. this county on the 6th of June Spades- 10 cized. After it, Z shoulddiamonds. ha\'e bid I
fir> Woods to the Rocky Mountains, between the United States, Great K.! McMillan has not seemed to hit ch. following I would nr ft allot'
was nxflC\ parallel of
Ilrltnln, France and Japan. Hy his strIde yet this year, but should' ''Nothing J
latitudes. i this Idea. delights on the Primary Registration Dooks : An : band and that bidding 'i't failinso !
this tieaty tlm nations named with his usual stuIT I
come through the maddening crowd more than of the county. In order to save : Z : bid five diamonds is also tultrcriticism. )<<:
The sixth of these treaties was agreed to respect one another's1'lgl1tK when the important panics are the scene of the weaker one, who, confusion and possibly loss of a It is an interesting hand
signed between the United States In the Paclflo ocean Nolan Cnuova another -
played I though there Is no possible chance vote each voter should consult; the '
and Spain In 1819 by which Spain Following this treaty Ihe Limitation ball tosser has not yet shown Just to win, comes through with a fight Supervisor of Registration. while palgn expenses on or before the I Miami Ben.. h- <
Florida to the United States of Arnmaments Treaty was what he has in that long right ami ing finish that surpasses even that the Books are open. 5th day of May 1928; but not lat 'for $150,000 in,
for $15,000.000 The boundary ,Ignod by the United States, Great but fiom rumors, will church "hereDaytona
judging of the leaders. Let's make good addition to being properly the llth
bntwopri In er than day of May 1928 ,
the United! States and the llrltaln, France, Japan and Italy have all necessary when-his time mlglvlugs and slip voters must Beat ', 1' I Ifioo
whatever all pay
Spanish provinces west of the ]Mjsiilmlnpl for registered, and a second such statement on or
Kadi; of these nations agreed t that romes. we have recorded since last their poll taxes for the years 1926 to be built ii ''Illcal

la 1842 wan agreed upon,, tho sUc of Us navy should not exceed Hounding; out the battery is, as [ ups September, by making this month and 1927 or be exempt from the after the 24th day of May, 1928, Lutheran ,Ch

a treaty was "Hlgned between the limit put upon It by the a rule nuk Klcltliter. u steady man one that will be remembered In the payment of one' or both of such but not later than the 28th day --- -
-- ,Status .and OrE'at '_i-atv_ _' This treaty Is to remain J behind the plate 'Durrhead" MeJAMES \ !- I scholastic attainments. ?
--- -- u ---- -- -- hKtory of Bradford yearn, as follows: of May, 1928 ; and a third such 'M k fTj i

/ All persons who reached their statement after the Primary but -.------ ..... ....

-- twenty-first birthday on or before not later than the 15th day of
School activities have hit some January 1st, 1926, must pay poll S ectFor
Clubs and assemblies 1928-and 1927. June, 192S.
thing of a sl ump. taxes for
have seemingly been forgot All persons who reached their The amounts of the Assessments seven generation' ToI.t
\ the operetta has been birthday after January to be paid by the candidates can Household Remedy of H 1 Mneyliver |
ten and even twenty-first bowel " arid ti J
postponed with number of practices 1st, 1926, and on before January he obtained at the office of the make life brighter for BUf: It

I M. CARSON cut down. Worse still, plans 1, 1927, must pay poll tax for the Clerk of the Circuit Court of this women. Begin taking tl ::r ) j
who will also furnish all ,
county, '
done '
have been
for the senior play year 1927. notice bow quickly y' :>
away wIth Practically the only All persons who reached their the blank forms to be used by such vanish.At all druggists In A wHAARLEM ,

thing going; on outside of dally twenty-first birthday after January candidates. i

classes now U some amount of early 1st 1927 do not owe any poll tax. ZIo'I"( \DMED41

eaKon baseball doings. From The same dates given above may

our side of It, It Is bad. The editorial be used In ascertaining the years Ziff, April 6.-Mr. R. P. and Ed V OIL.iiiminiimiiMiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiu '

'Candidate FOR GOVERNOR staff finds it no soft Job to for which poll taxes are, due by Lewis attended the funeral of fir.... ,.,,-1" : I

get out even a weekly issue when persons moving Into this State on their nephew, Alva JIunter of Lake -

none of these things come to pass. or after January 1st, 1926, as the City Friday. ,,,

However, for the welfare of the same rules will apply to such persona Mr. and Mrs. J. Ft. Thomas and

students, this let up In outside activities as- those becoming of legal son R. B., were business visitors LAND

is all for the good. We are age; all others owe the full two to Starke Saturday.Mr. .
approaching the hardest work of poll taxes It otherwise liable SURVEYINGSubdividing
years J. W. Lewis and daughter,
the year-review and exams. It I according to age limits. Miss Opal were attending to bust-

the enjoyable but time-taking AH ,persons who reached their ness in Lake Butler Saturday Drak

humdrum of extra doings should fifty-fifth birthday before January Mr. Lawrence Wiggins was in ,

\ ever be done away with, It Unow. 1, 1926, do not owe any poll taxes. our section Thursday on business, age Systems

Will speak in Starke at the county Courthouse/ .. So, whatever (the staff) All persons who reached their Mr. and Mrs. I. \V. Dyal of Graham Accurate Work
bear because after January
rwv. may suffer, we must fifty-first birthday spent Sunday here with Mrs.

. '* on Tuesday evening April 10th 8 o'clock. looking on the right Bide of things 1,. 1926, and before January 1, Dyal'a parents, Mr. and Mrs J. W. H. E. LagergreujStarke
we find It all tor the beet. 1927, owe a poll tax tor 1927.' Lewis.

Voters of Bradford county are invited to hear Mrs. S. S. -Dowllng, who Is our fifty-fifth All persons birthday who after reached January their 1, There will be an Easter egg Fla.
hunt at Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Lewis'Everybody .
of during the 1926 and _
science tax for
1927, owe '""""" "
lijvlted' to attend.
him. absence of Miss Matthews, offered 1927.

a new and Interesting suggestion The following persons are exempt

concerning written' tests to several from the payment of any poll COFFINS & CASK

of her classes! ; Mrs. Dowllng believes tax: ofUndertakers'
Say at with Flowers and a Full Lin
that It Is best to write as lit Any person who has lost a limb

;" "} tle as possible! la answering questions In battle or who shall become disabled Flowers For All SuppUr

choosing words that mean in the United States Army $!

'. the most. In other words, be more or Navy servl<,e. Occasions AUTOMOBILE nEAB

efficient with our language. ThIs All poll taxes must be paid fo AI... .. .....d. TUnttnn '
Is worth thinking about. Too the Tax Collector 6f the county on ., ,... I.....' prl_ II '....
many of us perhaps, 'fill up apace or before the 12th day of May[ Gertrude Godbey t. t.I..evmUEVVITT .. "':'..11

YOU CAN EXPECT PLAIN TALK ABOUT with wasted lead, and energy when 1928. Anderson REGISTERED E!

\ve could"have xpress ;!d the same Each candidate for nomination C. J0>

thought In fewer words. However, In the above primary must pay the STARKE. FLA.

even efficiency can be carried to amount of assessment levied by Phone 39 Waldo. Fla.

the extreme. Often more expressIons the county Democratic Executive f

RACE TRACK GAMBLING than are absolute necessary Committee against the office for .

Is to a main thought what water which he seeks nomination and

I Is to a dirty wlndpw. Still we must subscribe to an oath, a* to his -"IIIIltIUnIlIUIIUIlIlUllIlltlIlIoIjjIllllIIIUWUIIIIJI1IlI tIUIIInWI.u llIllUUIIIIUIIIUUIIW"I.I.U

t do waste a lot of words not only qualifications as a candidate, and

COUNTY HOME RULE In test but In practlca'Iy: everything must file a receipt for the payment HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE

i which language is used. of such assessment and pay his I

i Look at the newspapers today, for filing tee of 3 per cent to the Clerk

I example: Look at our own D. H.I of the Circuit Court of this county

SIDNEY J. CA TTS I S. Journal. Holy Smoke! We see on or before the 16th day of

the staff wouldn't last long with May, 1928. 8TAHKE, FLORIDA

efficiency of words. But in most In addition to the above requirements Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies

instances and especially In tests each candidate U required
Mrs. Dowllng's suggestion that we to file In the office of the Clerk oi:

ue the most tmpotunt words the Circuit Court of., tb44.cp air, ADJUSTMENTS JIA.DE PROMPTLY

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