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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 13, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Crowds Attended I Berry. Shipments I HATHAWAY IS I MR. BLACKMCtt] Taylor QualifiesAs CARSON SPEAKS h!


irge Cars I HERE MONDE Candidate In AT COURTHOUSE


Opening Shands Bridge I TotalJ07 I HEARD BY BIG I Governor's Race James. M Carson-candidate for r t !

Shipment for Thrw Works SeasonTotal IVcaii, tintNHtiiu' li'K :\14"'C h'Je" governor, spoke at the courthouse I

:JiOK;: Cars' ; (0 I:'.20() 'I fop fly t'nllnC)' AK I'lIt -
under the crowd being ..n
such night
"y Rain Fails. to Keep Thou. Its ultimate completion Quarts. Last O-l>nyIVilod. OCALACROWDCandidate Tallahassee, April 5.The' 'JlII'I- TueHday ; !

hil From .\ll Section- 1'YoiMleiiilintr an arrangement.As I On Monday! April 16th 1I1'l'cllll- Ideation of Jolin S. Taylor of I small! on account of the heavyruin

Celebration at I'rl-\\ !Mr Carson outlined his platform .
|. from the Extension Division
Istu June
he closed his talk, he reiter go, an n (candidate the ; '
Greco Cove Springs.In The 1928 berry season In the I telling!; hU audience he would yt ,
In Oalnesvlllo\ will be In Urallfol'l '
IItUb'rlll1-
ated his congratulations to the Gives' Figures On Costof ma:'y for the Democratic

which-fell almost without) sponsors of the bridge project and Starke-Lawtey In years, the section amount Is shipped the largest to ItopalriiiR Motor 'llIll'Dlt'II' I ,'ounty with the county agent and torlnl nomination WAS aunollnl.'el either ho elected' stated or defeated In his plat on v

to the of the section thus nlll discuss with the grower the tho principles
people
lon from early morning I date If packed In refrigerator cars, today by the secretary( of .state Hint lie was fighting for a ;
mln form.
termed 9 Declaring that lotus and prospects of cMimas ;
Joined; through what he Ocala, April pecans
at night Tuesday failed 180 crates to tIle car would! represent i I In Mr. Taylor's. qualification :tol- hotter government In Florida and
late and winter legumes
the "most
Important development automobile
a train of 208 tars. Prices Information concerning the state IIU- could be attained only by enforcing
thousands people from all project of the section" I Urodford county. It la eaperlrirKoil lowed litigation In that
ep for the season have been good the truck and tractor repairs at the the laws and not by cater :
attend. The bridge provides twenty 'I I that all growers and lrOS- court In which Secretary of >
of the state from : a pi etna
,ns lowest prices being quoted Wed- equipment division of the State I Ii to the criminal clement: the f

he opening of the new Shands foot driveway for two way motor ,': nesday at (4.00 a crate on account Road Department being presented II active growers who can posHlbly Slate II Clay erawforll'IL8 ortler- gamblers ng and elmrpers coming Into
traffic. The draw Is 125 feet ittend be present at this me"tlng. 'a11111t1j le'lt) lIuall- .
the
span I I (
ed to accept
St. Johns river dam
e across the of the heavy rain Tuesday by Doyle E. Carlton, Tampa's can tho Htate.He .
will be held at 10clock :
this section of the state long and lit of stell on concrete fruit to considerable obtained A meeting atlon\ In mandamus Ilutha- ',
BOtlng :: aging the a didate for governor was paid his respects to
of the structure I I / at Hampton in the grove ofMr. tJroceetllnltll'l l '
The remainder
the rich territory east of the piers extent. Of the total of 107 cars from a disloyal and grunted employ -! In Its iloilrtlon the ( Carleton and Calls, a good
I I 11:00 way
and giving residents of Is of heavy creosoted timber. shipped during the six-day period of the division and does not C Van Alsttne. At ;: !Mr. Taylor, n member of his speech being an ex-1 v 1
portion
i-central Florida a short, dl- The general contractor In charge ending Wednesday night Law ley tally with the department's records -'I Ylock the speakers' will meet e tho lalures which mixed I the slllary.or \ of Catts method In campaign : J I, 1mg

route to the Atlantic ocean. ,.ot the project was the Fred T. Ley shipped 77 cars; Starke 30 I II I Dr. Fond A Hathaway, chairman growers; In the grove of Mr. bung FSiott .Ild-A. the otllio which ho now seeks, wall prl-I pose. He charged that Cults was I I 1 a
of St. Augustine. Thecompany : near the high school in tile June!
Inc., '' qualinod to run ;;
held the Cp follows Road Department' sides
celebration was on I Shipments as : of the State taking money from both -- ,
work J in Rtarke. These meetlnllI!; I
bank of the St. Johns in a was assisted in the I Lawtey-Freight 426,240: ; express and candidate for governor, tonight mary hose voters who Htlll bollevwvl he {

tlful grove of high oaks. by Gllleeple and North, bridge con- I 16,656 quarts; total 442- refuted the charges of his lave been planned for the benefit The qualification of Senalor good for hoiuiHt government and .:
of Green Cove Springs, of the growers a 11'.1 those Ill- brought the number of gieinatorlal "
tractors
for the drive I thousand citizens Taylor who
lined One
e cars up 896. opponent. of I the from' I the race track gamblers
reached and Eppinger and Russell, operators 103,680 quarts, crested In the growing cundldatea '1III\IIfying I earth In '
brfdge Freight the meeting and
w the new Starke- attended are turning heaven

Green Cove Springs to I the of creosote; timber, Jackson-. express 66,624 quarts; total 170- He showed from the records that above lug should named be crops well ,worth and the whllj meet-at- for the primary the order to In four which. The I they I others their: effort to put In a candidatesbo J'

bank, a distance of slightly ville. 304. I repairs said to have been made to in would allow them to operate \ r

than two miles, an for more Unlimited are the communication Average price for week, 22c. trucks and to automobiles were not ending 'qualified are Fons A. lluthawDoyle J., the tracks In violation of tho law. : r r
IlIrr01a-
Mr. Blackman will give and Sidney ,
two hours the procession of possibilities of the bridge to Previously reported, $580,520 ordinary garage repairs, but were Mr. DeDluk K. Carlton The Miami! candidate declared I d

the bridge Clay and St. Johns counties, each rebuilding and ton regarding pecans. Catts. campaign Is not !If'
passed over some quarts. I In fact, complete take the matter ot aatsuma that the present ,

top at the site selected for I the of the speakers declared. Throughthe Total to date, 1,193,720 quarts. reconditioning, the turned out product vlll up advise relard- the first one In which Catts hasreceived j I
of ind Mr. Stokes will !: ''
Titles of the day, others selz- span, undeveloped areas Total receipts to date, $365- being as good as a new machine Therefore Produce BuyersGet financial support from 'I ,: "
the crowd was told, ng; the growing ot legumes. ) I
both counties, I
the opportunity of driving to 850.00. and representing a saving meeting! race track Interests and produced I

Ancient City for the first time have for the first time been openedto Truck shipments for the week of several hundred dollars to the plan to attend the Invitation In substantiation of this claim phottogrnphlc t I \

the splendid road into St. traffic and the citizens should be are not Included. I state. I hat will be most convenient If pOlIslble'to copies of express orloh t't'I I I 16I
achievement. but by all means
proud of the you, .
ustlne. Justly Many of replacement: paused showing that Catts recelf9
Through the opening of the MRS. H.J. KELLY be present at one of them. If Exchange nuh Committee( In "At'k.1 receipts .
was I were u BI 1034
radford county repress In recondltlong cars $11,000 In thq campaign
Florida I has : of the groves Ilrforo WholeAmMtrlntlon. <1
north central ; Ime permits some Monday i
hundred who bridge which have nonvllln I '
17 several people, caged from machines Laxlnnton., Ky., horseman ,
to the East Illness of several In the county wlll'also be visited. from /:
brought nearer After an sale 1)1&"
9 the 28 miles to the bridge, been I I been completely used up and wero ,and lu the employ of the Idle Hour t
Coast and the agricultural back weeks Mrs. S. J. Kelly' departed Come out and; meet these men t 1

7 for the first time,the and In country of that portion of the state this life Tuesday, April 10th, at 11 received' in many instanced in the distribution from- resent them your problems. I>e- Following!!; receipts of a rumol' Stock Farm, a Bradley properly, '. I
the rain enjoyed nov-<
of department
e acVoss the two-mUe immediately to the east of the i St. the home of her daughter, MAnna the war war materials all Information regarding the that a report was in circulation In Mr. Carson also produced records t .

of driving river, G: Murrhee, with whom she of surplus meetings may be obtained by rall- Jacksonville that outside buyers of to: Bhow that following the 1924
the river at Johns numbers, lIuot-
bridge spanning Bradford Within the past two years, t the has made her home for the past He took up job 1 He : ing the county agent. Strawberries and produce were campaign, which Catts said left {; v''
Officials of each Job.
point. I Ing the Tampan on ,. bet CQrQ "broke" the reverend gentle 'i l'
nearly $4- to a stli'ieense: / tax. << rim
inty and from each of the towns two counties have spent several years. said No. 1189, which Carlton declared 1\1.\IVIYWILMMSON: : tubjoct! In I DeFunlak Springs In- t'li ;

e present, 000,000 in highway construction, The deceased was elght-fo called for repairs on I the they could 1 buy farm products nan from

of distinguished speak- radiating from the Shands bridge, years, four months and twenty ; In fact a Starke, a committee of three ,was (start $24,000 In first mortgugellIn )
group rear end of a ford was Mrs. Maltlo Tvey Williams C Iub Seminole county This money,
participated in the opening which is the only means of motor days old. I darford truck and eost of her taught, \ppolnted at the Exchange s
the river between -I first marriage was to I Mr. Job on a lied at the home Monday noon and male he speaker said, represented. prof"j"e
'monies, curtailed from tlously the transportation across Her I not $471, as Carlton: charged, 1 but Irs. Lacy J. Wynn In Hampton, luncheon correct' the which were realized from eon, f. ..
I'alatka when Its
Jacksonville and Elias Judson In 1860, who ; a .he trip to that city to
d'program' 1 1HO be- .'
o'clcpril ,
arrang at 5
$64.10.Job 'rlday morning the track
to from race
bridgebe to Confederate' army and to present rlbutlotm
of atmospheric conditioning and the sixth highway soldier in the described by Cai IIhlells 'also Impression, '
No. 793 AI 6th, 1928, after an donation obtained by :
from Mayor rowd alll l
Virginia
I In
the river. In Rattle a letter (
wounded association
'
In use across was I he the
the bridge opening as anI to Ford was weeks MVIIllamHon .
repairs a and halt
ton as of r five a that huy- the hat In Went Florida
road nurled rising
bridge connects state who later died and was I eWltt (J. Jones:, Hinting \
The )
I ih mark not only In the history' declared, the reconditioning!: of a \ was born April 88C3 sub- denounced thenlntHterciindlilutu
but of No. 3 in Clay county the there. To this union, was born one rroin >rn of produce would not bo The speaker
the Immediate section unfinlsh-I 10-ton Hope tractor received was united In marriage withMr. This for attempting ,
kind.
state of Florida as a whole. ed portion of which was ';daughter, Mrs Anna O. Murrh< the war department and original W Williamson: In 1880, and ected to a tax of silly 40,000,.
yesterJay between marriage was In when it wua i reported to barter away his alleged
lore than 1,500 automomlbla traffic for the day Her secand I $5,000 and $(G- of her mar- icllon was taken
costing between IIvell the greater part strength exchange for the + ,
and O O. Kelly, who manager of one vote In
Springs John the
Cove Mr. that
Green 1864 to
driven eastward across I the 000 This Job cost for recondltlo rled life In North Carolina. After crowd and i;
47 To In of the racing
road No. t operating upport
ago. stores
>lge during the day, and to I the singe Park, and state I departed this life years ; Ing was $986 and not $709, as 1 he the death of her husband In 1905, tree chain of forty-odd thousand, r ,
and three his bUytlr8 leclnred "The (
and south born KOIand ordered ,
north had
running this union were state M'
fuming host was added numb also with her onlycblld the .
W, charged. I lie made her home Bradfo voted for Sidney J.
the easlsli' namely: O, I within loopla who
construction on daughter, buying
jst;t Johns! county motors, beIng: under Inter-I one Other specifications were dlspo Mrs. Lacy J. Wynn. MiIlllamuon to quit to advocating
the Robert and compelleday CILttll! when he was
Through River,
Ken for the first time on Cliaty of the river. Kelly, of New I the same way by the'' been Chrlsllansince I (runty It they were 4
west All ., ed of in '/ had a that were right, are re- 1' ,
running of ntrmlngham, license tux rlnclples
soil at that point. connecting highways I Joe Kelly, speaker and on each he was wart, early girlhood. Her funeral }> the $25 the old man's pre..ellt.plan .i ,
Is Blmlngham. the
of of
Augustine Clemons, culled on mild
St. Mrs. '
bridge, the late I committee
Hutlmna Pilnrlpnl Speaker from the and He openel his address < Hev. F. M, Taylor The
ly applauded conducted by him to(
of north Funeral services WIlK of taisystems and will not permit
Dr) Fons A. Hathaway, cha within striking distance : Ala with a discussion of the I Is- minister of Hampton: moral manager of one sell their ii ,'''v a
western cities of the I, direction of DeWitt C. ; Baptist of chain storms, anti dray them now and i
1of the state road department central and under the In his platforc Thee alld er ) 1
,
sues presented "Nearer My God to not a drove ot }
and were
Springs held at 3 he had It they
1 who, In that capacity, has been state, and Green Cove I'I Jones, mortician, was I J. II. Therrell Introduced Mr. Safe In the Arms of Jesus," was he stated that while of n.. vote "as Y '
the recently completed afternoon at New- the matter idle,
by Wednesday held pn I
lUtotm I In the construction of Clay county p. m by members of been up '31
Hathaway
from the brU" of which the dceased 3autltul1y sung Starke, matters hall _-0SUIt'I'1i -
church, tax In
highway
bridge by the St Augustln River Pallbearers were Messrs. reuse "t.Cmlll.1.1tI.snTJ; >:HV !
the choirs. 1 forhili .
Is brought oldest member, disagreeable f
Sb. Augustine was the 8TAUKI2 MIMSTKB.8MET: made very !
>en Cove Springs Bridge Col bead to ; J. B. 1'reval, beell ;
to the Atlant Raymond, of the WRHStRIUY M Watterson, himself by the action /
the of many miles closer with Rev. OP._ : C. ;L.May buyers and NI
y. was principal speakerday Is a unit of state officiating. Interment 1.. O. Johns, W. T. McEver, local strawberry buy. This body will meet In the Presyterlan ;
The bridge Baptist church, of the '
1 for :
but the candidate ocean. 1'revatt ,
Edwin TuesdayIght
Starke
and
,
order* church
'lernatorial honors confined 1 his road No. 38. was made In the family plot The Starke Ministerial AssocIation In Santa Fe ceme.tery erll, and that he had been Tho meet- ''! 1
Interment was 17th.
The ahlpplrlatform !!; 7:30, April
'larks to a few brief words of in the adjoining cemetery.: met Wednesday morning at Mortician 1 D.C. to stay off the express service .fj '
9.- Hampton 1 lie by a song
April and near ; will be opened
agent. Ing
Springs were many at the local
Cove
session the
offerings
Ise Green floral 11:00 in regular by
for the display Wllllar i
foresight Mrs byHev. 13''
outstanding achlevt assembly ot the Beautiful': A large their regula!!; the fact
A, G. Shands, president of the One Methodist church, her death be91des recognized
.
In FlorIda the of the present, year friends accompanied remains with Revs. II. A. been built by i
tee! company; and In calling the acme Starke meeting place, and Bon-ln-lai, had service ,
completion of the Shane) resting place. L. W. her daughter, tor 1 14<,,milling of After the Communion t t
ntion of his audience to the is the to its last Tucker, 0. P. Raymond, >dMETHODIST ; company moderator
and many of -
election a
Johns rIver nieces, nephews naturallY will be the
St. that there
the aol t
spanning M. Rooks in ai '
bridge, and E. shipments '
t Importance of such a connec Cove Springs and ilt.YM L.OIKH3 F'. & A. SI. Klckllter press would not take and other officers. Wednesl l ri e
link to the sections partlcula near Green tendance. : the agent Presby 1 i
and St. John had theirOWIl morning ut 8:30 the ,
who lay
nterested In the project ani: t of connecting: Clay annual communlcatloi: .. The pre-Easter services held last kindlY to buyers with a. devotional

strides In highway and bridge counties.; connecting link Grand The 99th LO'jge of Florida, F. & A. week in our various churches with (;Enoch Marvin Hooks, pastor.); means of transportation.stated Thillpart 1 hewould tery irvlce will and open then the business ofth9 ;' v

Tbe Idea of a ministers from the Sunday morning the matter, he
of by of
school
itructlon the state preaching
taken by of the :Si::>t. U. will meet In Jacksonville on Sunday the head ofthe Presbytery, for which the
ida within the last two cross the broad expanse 'enney Memorial Homes were con 10:00 o'clock, L. A. Davis, sal take up with '
year
at : he taken up.
will
access to the ocean Tuesday, April 17th.J. and that 1 IfrUI.ther meeting Is held, 1
giving all the pastors to bay at 11:00 a. m.and company,
receding Dr. Hahaway, .1\11'. Johns, Mitchel secretary. ildered by Worship Sunday express Interesting and
was bor M e ofthe will be many
Florida, with by auy There
central thepastor.
Ids had been introduced to the to north Shand> Bradford Lodge No. 35 been very helpful and Inspiring 8:00: p. m. Sermons by interfered things come up during
: laythe
of Allen G. :: would utructlve! '
he
eying by J. I>. Rahner of St. in tne miud and being a The services of these vlsltln local buyers Club.lie seHHlons of the day, which will f t I.be I.
bout two years ago Beach-Fishing pier beIng In the good sermon Sunday arternoon before the Exchange the .
ustlne: chairman of the St. was at Flagler reachers I Junior League ractll that for all to hear. It will help
ann of action, the project city. and the good singing by; o'clock, Miss Fredrlcka made It clear, however i well '
i>county board of commlssioi of the built In this hey gave at 2:30 e coming familiar with the work I'or '

who acted as master of cert once started, taking much unbounded the men's chorus under the leader Struth, supt. hili trucks would continue farmllr to become Presbytery and the general ; '

IIlell.'' Mr. Shands told of the.Ige itock himself as he largely developed, with thousand hlp of Dr. C. W. Caldwell are Ill-League Sunday afternoon at to this county all long as the the church and none

construction, of the effort oath in his dreamA f a cross-stat of acres cleared and ready for delopment. much appreciated by all the pastors 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. E. ,M. Kokipt. had produce to Bell proKrell9 of the It who can attend. Acordial r
work wa ofthe presenter ould miss
and With the opening also
Ides, and thanked the "pec oad at this point and their congregations The committee thfJ la extended toall
of Invitation
or St Johns and Clay counties, started on the bridge. :Shands::> bridge and the completion Those who preached were Drstennle Senior Epworth League Sunda the n facts to the secretary members of any:

ot this section of Florida for The father of the bridge la i a of roads now under construction Dallas, Gould, Harrison evening at 7:15 o'clock, Miss Hu- holesale Dealers AsHoclatlouid Che I, whether not to atten'i. .
,
in Bron territory west give church or II.
born vast could
he
iMorua boy, being a and Cuppett. leader. he said la
"Pli'iidid co-operation and asdnce zel Adkins thel will continue
rendered In making thIsdge lion, in Levy county, and having, of the St. Johns river will Had i aneW At the last of these services Mid-week devotion Wedneada membership the facts at The Preabtery except from 12:39: ( $ir 't

possible." It was Mi leen ed mated: in the schools o.iorida and convenient outlet to thesea heU Friday night at the PresbYterian at 8:00: o'clock. meeting held this week the. union all day lunch, hour t

nuisntng his education Intbe and the road and bridge fblds church an offering was tak Hrhnol Day committee through to 2 o'clock
''us who Introduced; Dr. Hatha !" Hunday The association service will b7:3Tp. $

., and he did so by declaring bchool of Lnglueerlng!; at the fall' to be popular With the people en for the Orphans' Home Society; Our Sunday school will put on i aSunday cretary, extended the thi! The Interesting when Dr. D. M. Clag- i (,
all
Gainesville, Intl1e Gainesville, Starke, Ocala and amounting to 8unlay invitation to buy at : ( m.,
t 'there Is one man whoso eland tats University of of In Jacksonville, school day program an Starke, II. A. Torry, both ot t
Dr.
at and
been of 1913. other Central Florida points. which was forwarded totho 23 at 11:00 o'clock a. they desired ett work
12.35
K valuable time have class $ '; April produce action oftht will represent the i II
(tally helpful and we ate par Hla crowning achievement is the Another feature that Is belnt I institution by Rev L. W. Kick m. This wil be a very Interesting; and I in addition to the levy St. Louis, during the past year

"ly honored In that he has'Jed : ridge which bears his name and realized by the people of Green.Cove liler, treasurer of the Starke Mln- service. Get ready to attend. WeInvite a town authorities in not organ) of the church the Great, Mission Board J

to dedicate the bridge; helot rhicn Is a fitting monument tohis Springs is the two loops thai serial Association. the public. log a license tax, the civic back through ,

( be formed by the bridge. AI extended to the other of the town would of the church. I i
a have to be Introduced; ai vision. The bridge ia 11,500reet will Dr. Tucker zatlons wllllni!: sessions of the Presby-r
from Green LOliT-A FIRMshort and were All the
shore to shore and rep- present the distance and to their congrega- solidly InBtructlve
lendld results of his effort! from pastors them up Interesting and -
to lIecuremore will be 1
expenditure of $55,000 Coove Springs to Jacksonville Isabout through them, an Invitation co-operate with them tery all.
introduced him to. every seethe seats an tlonll fire alarmsystem to for the and are open to '
in the markets
miles. Tblircumscrlbea circuit
thirty-three of he Nortb A better
of state." tt L is v' creosoted construction to attend the meetings while and .
i iU
I'lorlda OeU Ahead with a ro. lbed of asphalt. Nears Doctor's Lake but IDa .'lorida Presbytery to be In ses- Thursday afternoon farmer of the county. IMtKHIIYTMUAX: ; t

Florida center ia Jjascuel lift draw, few weeks the short cut of Statenoad on in the Starke Presbyterian a lew, box was being installed onSouth HONOKEEBtarke 1
hall built more miles Aretruck ATTOUNKY ._ ;,
be completed andthe Walnut street, sent the H'tAItKH Sunday IIchool.11 1
')8dl and constructed more feel immonly, known as a .tackknife"br.Jge. No. 3 will lurch Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 o'clock Dr
In aeffort service.
and from center: to center the evening services on a wild goose chase o'clock preaching
bridges In yeaI'In This Is 125 feet long distance and especially, and Bradford county)
the last two makIng
Penney
n stole provides ample room for the paas- of: the two cities will be cut tcentyfive when inspirational addresses to find the blaze. After signally honore-1 at theannual Caldwell the linger, from } II
of the Dr.
UnIon and half miles, thus visIting the circuit and coming to restnear were again will deliver the sermon.
a
ha'IVay of boats. The draw rests onloUd w1l1 be delivered by prominent of the Florida Farml,
laid his convention meet
In the course of age lecondshort : will,
a society
tower,
re s, concrete piers and la con- making a loop from Jacksonville to clergymen. Revs. Raymond the siren when lion The Endeavor : t
which Association
was frequently Inupted of steel. St. Augustine via Green Cove and Hooks accepted the invitation alarm sent the truck scurryItarke' State Bar Starke, was elect. at 7:45 p. m. Subject: The Ranger !I'' e'
by ructed of Mat.thew
applause. lIe declarthat L. Fraiee, Talk. *
broad paved highway between Springs of forty-five miles, with a and will therefore have no prayer Ing. J Tlce-presldentB of theallloclaUon of Slang{ and Cheap
the presence.of, so many A fire appa.ratul ed of the All the young people -
$12,500 one
Road No. 4. An.other next :> new XII3337.
Ille at the dedication three and four miles long joins return Tla State rvices In their churches on :: thenext for the ensuing year.
: ceremon- within this scripture
Palatka will arrive here read over ct
will be from should
with the route night. closel1IdenUfied
"all evidence the Green Cove, Springs ednesday Frazee has been meeting and ,,,.
Of reported 2ol
Jones the
?DCKr6U and a''similarr0A14l1.Stale'lioad enty-eight miles. to Green Coverings few days Mayor county for carefullY before
t'tst cttliens,of, 'lokldad !rfdge'' oa tithe west I1AIT1ST with Bradford what does thl8mean P'
miles to St. Aug. Thursday.a themselves
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he Ho. 41,'eonnectIJ ; twenty receiving coa.gratulaUon.a allk:
develop.me and he Is the \
t. ot ithaetata Caldwell i
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j mile 40 years : met Dr.
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: reurnlDg to
ugh bridgA l with St. Augustine. ustlne and twenty-nine TOSS OF FKIlTILIZEItIradford from friends through-! Endear- '
perfectiogroL'the, tbej' over the P-Jatk Memorial ([ReT O. P. Raymond, pastor.) 9170( slnler will meet with the

rtalton.yet.m .t JMorlda. Tbe bridge brings St. Augustine 10 out., the state.
of these loops are Sunday school at a m. }
1'. Coverings I brldae. Both '
Hathaway decried the ..fof Hfiln tweuty miles of Green the finest paved highways 111the Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p, m.JUornlog county used a total Dunnellon-Seaboard- Air Line erl.B I o'clock preaching service.

some ,toj dlver the fund ana makes of the Ancient : over and It la believed that Transfiguration and Ser- of ,76: tons of fertilizer during themontb electric motor Vednesday night Dr. Clagettand t
h South on
r e state road department intocbannels CJt,.,.a nearby beach resort for the finer scenlo routes with better ce. Evening, Seriousness of Life. of March, according to the RailwaJ'which put *.a through heretwice I Dr. Torry both of St. Louie

and declared that people of Clay county. roads no exist anywhere in the United Wednesday service at 8 p. m. report Issued by the inspection bureau rain p.u will I speak before the Presbytery 1 f1)
larich dally.
I rOad System ** planned for Back of Green Cove Springs a a.; Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Sunday. I department of agriculture.
da States. II
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'.,I" f y\; ?, --- -- -------- overlooking three more errors, !I the thirteenth; and fourteenth In CHARACTKR: HKirrCII IIE.MIYVADSVORTIILOXGKKLLOA:: gave two books for the library. -,
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1 I the ninth Inning, most of them because \ : }' Scouts on the Range "
"I yet the victors continued to push "The/Boy/ ,
'e
;} ;, Bradford High School I counters across the plate--one in hard hit balls although his and the Fundamental of Farmingand SayitwithFl0vJ

: the third, two more In the fifth support was a bit damaging in the Longfellow was born In Port- Farm life.

and one each In the sixth and closing Innings. land, Maine, February 27th, 1897, Flowers

.v ''r'I Journal eighth lunlngs. v However, the fielding of the Tornadoes He lived In ;Brunswick, Maine. He On Wednesday morning, Victor FOr All

; r In the meantime "fled" Carruththe looked much Improved, especially also stayed In Massachusetts. Thomas gave an interesting his- Occasions

,'(., {, 0 I boy who so successfully downed In the Infield only two lIe was noted for his stores and tory on the making of cheese.

'%{' Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM DUNCAN the local stickmen In Waldo's misplays being registered by regular his poems. lIe loved music and On Thursday morning Ida Mae
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visit here not no long ago, again infielders The work in the all things of nature lIe was very Conner gave an interesting talk on OodbeAnderson"

1 Atsoclate Editor ______._____________ JOSEPH MALPAS had the local ash-handlers fairly outfield slumped somewhat, but fond of out-door sports. In his the ship, "Old Iron Sides."

"i I' control and aided by two of the flychaaera were not father's library he studied. He S-

l '1.r t ,t I' .' I Sports Editor _____________... _______ ELMER McMILLAN well good In support his suppressed, the locals regular members of the squad. liked English literature best of all Last Thursday In chapel the students --.

', Joke Eldtor I -_-- -_ -_---- JUNIOR McDONELL without a run, save In the Looking on still brighter sides his studies. We remember him for had the pleasure of listen- Phone 39 ,

,Ct', I : =- : : third and fifth Innings, when revengeful of things, we feel that the home his poetry. lIe was very fond of ing to a splendid talk given by : "WUoWiimimmniinimniiiiiiiHinii t4

outburst from the Brad- boys were not hardly in the classof children: and many of his poems Rev. Raymond, pastor of the Firs
This turned into ty Jo other outdoor sports as well as
was us I Baptist church. Rev. Raymond
,
ford boys dented the score pad five the team representing Brooker and stories were written, for or ...
f. ? Malpas aa an actual fact. Joe telleus most young boys do. Last weeks times ire was hit other times The game was converted Into a about them. He wrote "Evange- after reading the First Psalm, began ........

: that thlR unusual narrative! ) | I was down on the Suwannee river than In those Innings, however, I practice tilt when Brooker sent line" In 1855. "Hiawatha" In 1S5S by bringing up the subject of y

related to him by a stranger last 1 t| sitting on the bank looking 'at nine safeties being garnered off/ full grown men Instead of schoolboys "Courtship of Miles Standish" in fivers, and the fact that rivers LAND

', here to play, and the admis 1803, "Divine Tiagedy" In 1874, flow south and downhill more ensl
summer. The truth Is certain!;)r the sun set behind the dark tower- of his delivery including a homerby
a..' stronger than fiction. E. McMillan and triples by Mc- sion of Darby, Bryan and Penney "The Hanging of the Crane" in ly. However, there are several rlV' SURVEYINGSubdividinJt.
?
,1 Late one evening' last summer. Ing cypress trees across the river Donnell and Klckllter. but he Into the Bradford lineup was not 1876 and 'Tales of a Wayside Inn" era which flow north and a few

'e'rr. 1 rfl aa I wag preparing to clone up the, and the stars begin to timidly then usually tightened up with men on sufficient to equalize the teams. In 1871. His poems are equally which can run uphill. He gave 0r 1J
twinkle aol' the flrey red of
I ( shop and go home a man came 1 I bases and.: snappy fielding by Iris The Waldo game was merely unfortunate popular on both sides of the Atlantic several interesting examples of >
west deepen to a delicate rose and : this age Systems
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ld and not representativeof such rivers and explained that:
= v and asked If It were possible t1 mates cut down numerous rallies.
f procuro a sandwich then to a dark purple. As I sat "Mac" McMillan, on the mound the rating of the Bradford He was an honest and hardworking seeming Impossibility Is caused by AccuratEV1)l'k\
there of how thla
l+ Sure," I replied. thinking pretty for the Starko team pitched a line squad. man. lIe graduated from the force of the tides, pushing in )

r It was about twelve o'clock ands old world of ours was a scream game, considering the ordeal __. Bowdln College in 1825. lIe was a the mouth of the river with, such H. E. Lagergren
rent the air; then another followed KAHTIK:
g everything' was quiet and having which ushered him in, and be con- professor of literature for many force aa to shove the water uphill

nothing else to do I nut >Jown at by a succession of rapid revolver tinued shaky work behind his back years. He died in 1882 at the age until the tide goes out. l Starke i.'|aiiiiiilimiiwiiiiiwiiiimtnmi .
I Leaping I some
Hhots. up ran The following was contributed
:+ the back room and stud kid the -for he was/ never sure of his support \ of 75. Rev. Raymond then comparedour
three hundred yards through the of the seventh '
i of about thin I by Hope Haynes Thelma Seals. lives to these livers, and ex- -
INa I man. lIe was a man dimly lighted woods. Su'.Idenly I at any stage of the ffame. Despite Fay ;
grade: :
ty years, thick\ way almost coal! this, ho pitched the entire plained how we too, can climb up-
In small natural clear- 1ht RLvKMiss
out
| burst a Long, long ago when Christ was
W I t black hair that seemed to try to melee always surviving whatever ward, the great ocean which pushes -
b 'r 1 Ing I saw a man laying huddled earth
I living on doing good among COFFINS
W end Thin with his us being the faith in our &
ip =r Bland upon troubles he ha]. He was not wild up CASKE
i 110. a heap near the center and a the people, one of bill disciples betrayed Jackson (In physical class)
slightly heavy body gave him aa but three walks, and flashed Lord. and
1 s 1 woman struggling In the arms of a Issuing film for 30 pieces of silver Can you give me an example of a Full Lint of
look of tremendous strength and more stuff on the ball than he He closed by reading'a portion

f, L' driving power,- 0. man that could I 1 i huge negro; struggling valiantly has at any time this season, whiffIng which Is not even $30. He told wasted energy?" of the Psalm of Life, and the famous Undertakers'
but I tried to call! butcouldn'tthen Stipple,
vainly. the Jews where they could find Cuple-Yea mam. Telling a hair-
fight for what he wanted or could 7. Perhaps his best single performance "Heaven Is Not Reached by a

sit quietly an'] wait until the time ,' something and seemed of the game was In the Jesus. They captured him and I raising tftory to a bald-headed Single Bound," by Holland. AUTOMOBILE HEARS
to explode In by brain everything nailed him to the cross. They : man. 22 .
then strike .
strike and
was ripe to when with none Alwart
seventh Inning,
I bard.! Suddenly the man lookedup : turned red. All I couKII and man reposing on 3rd, placed a ;wreath of thorns on his Farmers of Baker county are .. th. I..n...band... prie.Tk.... |but _
down a
; at me and smiled I think of was that a woman needed result of a glaring Infield error head. All this suffering he en- Murrah II.-A fool and his mon- putting in more acreage In hog t.ntlon t. IrlwnnbKKCISTKRKU 81JOt101..,4p

'Son, come here," be said in a my anHl8lanoe woman that as a, he tanned two and received dured to atone for their sins. Whenhe ey are soon parted.Joe feeds and pastures, says County : JMaDEWITT

low voice. somehow seemed strangely fami- was dead: he was put In a tomb M.-Who got yours? Agent R F. Ward. 'Many of their C.

', 'r I went over and sat down across. liar. I forgot that I had ever car- the other's far popup.tac's"the best! exhibition pitch- and a great stone was placed in the hogs have been Infested with lice, I JONES

the table from him. t, red a gun or knife-I struck him Ing cool-headiness was by I under adverse opening, Miss Jackson (in English class) but the motor oil treatment has STARKE, FLAn .

j "1 don't know why--I'm going with all the power and energy that I, of have for a long After three days had passed the -Correct this sentence. "The bull proven satisfactory, he reports. .
conditions, we seen
r I had been living
4 b 'to tell you this, but I am," he said t the hard life that I !good people came to the tomb and and the cow la in the field."

x rG, 'c leaning back In his chair and blowIng had Blared up. The black taggered time.K. McMillan alto led his mates found to their amazement not the Bill Duncan-The cow and the I11111I1111I11I111111111111111I111111I111111111111Iniiiiil lllllllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..,,.

r fragrant cigar smoke rings back a puce and dropped the wom- boy ot Jesus, but only an empty bull Is In'the field.EIGHTH.

1 ( celllngwurd an.l looking at them as an and with a yell of rage dove at bat, Not content with two singles tomb. Jesus had risen from the __.-._. HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE
home
bm t 1 for We grappled back and he also smacked a run : (.m.\ I'1
me.
if to bring mack memories of yesteryear dead! The people called this day
e left, In the third stanza
1 Into deep
and tumbled.
: forth We swayed he arose "Easter". Easter me'llnsnew
Finally heel caught In a root as McDonnell scored from third On Wednesday morning the
: Some twelve years ago," lie my life. Little chickens and rabbits -
i and moment and we fell, the negro on the top. where he chased himself by a long are often used as symbols of room was honored by Mrs. F. J3.
,
continued, paused a
y his eyes. glowing a faint smile As his fingers found my throat, smash along the left Held foul Easter, because they mean new Cady, lending us for the day a STARKE FLORIDA
In fact,
playing about his lips, ns If he were mine cloned on his an(11 bore down line. E. McMillan was of four ofraeUorJ's life. picture of President Coolidge be- Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies

F with all the remaining strengthleft related to thescoring .- ing sworn Into office by his father. -
conjuring up spiritsturd of long ago five runs. His homer St. FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE LIABILITtl
them Indeed. in me, hoping to throttle him Augustine-Purchase of BOND. [ !
and found pleasant
I too weak. The wornhegan counted for two and Ms single in 100-gallon pumper considered
before grew by On Wednesday Milton Brownleea ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
I "I was In love with the moot wonderful .
y .f to have strange color and the fifth pushed Williams who had lire department.
a
hi farmer-pupil of the eighth grade
girl the world. We w'reeDI'all'ed ,
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rrjr third. Both scored n iiiiiiiMNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiimiiMiiiiliiliimiiiiiiu'iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii'i'i'' '
the ..negro's face was twisted In a walked to -- In
to be married soon-but .
: kl queer grimace. Then I felt him moment later on Ktckllter's roar-
I
another man appeared" on the scene ,
t th he slumped downI Ing three-bagger to center. Buckfollowed
and as \
,
limp
/go 7
N -a man with both earl! looks and \ .
but feet would their footsteps shortly
tried to rise my
"
had neither. Then warN
moneyI As things' began to when the catcher lost the ball. (
and not move. d'
declared with the liana
,
was
1 Jr straighten themselves out I saw Klckllter, who la forging to the .
salted with
1 I enlisted and across .
the woman standing over us readyto front as one of the team's most
the first of our boys. I thought
the with a huge valuable hitters, gained two lilts
strike negro .
,
that Eunice would be true to med (
her hand, if In this did Raymond, but
1r always, but I had hardly been In stlik that she had In I. game all.
he showed any signs of returning these aa well as other hits, we
France a month when I received
P have not mentioned, were entirely
to consciousness. '
the that she had married the '
news
'
t-y "Eunice!" I cried for the woman wasted, for they did not come before u ,e
be
man that I had thought to my

?s 1. r yf"I frlenj.' Heartbroken, I defied that I hail' fought for wall none I or after runs. Women,especially, appreciate -
old sweetheart of Waldo's ninth tally came In the .
other than my the
death--Invited it, but I received courteous service

f"I only minor Injuries while my pals years gone by third after a double, sacrifice and that Pan-Am
sobbed she Two followed in the fifth dealers give
aa
ft "Ernest! She single.
I I. were killed or torn to pieces by the ..
shrapnel. Months of mercy- .Bank In my [arms completey- because of three singles and a sac

flying now that all danger was by. rifice. One come in the sixth by a
nerve(
prf and night
less lighting passed, one !:
_ Glancing over her shoulder I bad peg to first and a two-bagger,
as we waited for the fro: hour,
I was dreaming-dreaming bitterly saw the man still laying In that and the eighth saw the thirteenth

lifeless, crumpled heap. W rushed marker, a homer Into left field
of all that I had Intended to do
in this world with Eunice at my over to him, lie had been shot I when Mac's tired arm let slip an

v + the chest three times. lie one.
through easy
back to help me along an-3- to give
but before I feature of the Bradfordi
for and died from those shots- The lone
me something to work |
this was what it had come to." he passed on he asked me to take i i and Brooker game was the pltchI -

a "Over!" IIltnlout the sergeant. 'care of Eunice and do all that he I ing of Hough, a one armed rlghtI -

t "And over we went. "We captured would: like to have done for her, I handed pitcher. We've see I} a

e l our machine gun' neat without If he had lived. Well, I'm trying I pitcher with a wooden leg and a

( live to those promises and club-footed football player but
+ the back to up
r a hitch, but on way
s j we ran Into a small bunch of Nuns[ we are to be married tomorrow. was our first look-in on a one-arm-
sighed abe He had more stuff
the
"Ah, well, man ed pitcher.
;. and a short brief fight followed I
rose to go, "I'm happier thanI Iin that one right hand than many
automatic
+ I the sharp crack of the I
thought It possible for me to ever I two handed: amateurs. He more
the agonized groan of a man that
v e t feet of cold band to think that for years I i than avenged the slugging slaughter -
= t has Just felt some two
it steel come tearing through his ribs wished to die-would have blessed I our boys gave his team -at

1 the man that could send me on Brooker by holding' them, to a
the suddenly aa
tight stopped as
I Well one never knowa moasley five hits. lie had world's (
: my way.
if It had started and onre again everything r
wall quiet. Somehow I what Is Just around the ('orner.'r I lot stuff, fanning ten men. In the '

l "Goodnight I called: as he went second Darby's single and E. MacMillan -
_ _
I hail gotten separated from the
out Into the night-a stranger he was safe on an error at
% p squad and had'nt a very clear Idea ,
r as how to get back to our lines. I had come and a stranger he had third, placing runners at first and tl

not quite a stranger. second of the three times
left, and yet -one
: sat In a shell hole to collect myself I ,
to show me that Tornadoes were on base.,
t I and try to figure out which Rather a Godsend when the o

:, 1 lines. A dead man lay one must never give up, but learn i He struck out Raymond, Lewis and
was our
,
?w i at my feet. How soon would I be to take things as they come and J Penney The home boys were set good

like that Well, 1 dln't care-but | make the best of them. down In order In the Ont third, place
iA ( seventh and ninth innings -
: $ ," yet I dld'nt want to die and the old TORNADO- HAS HAD WEEK fourth fifth, E cr
.
.
v r law of nature-that no man sptl
6 I Only Williams and KIckTlter ap-
throws away hla life uselessly, pre- The J3. H. S. Tornadoes fared with Hough'sdeliveries ,.
dominated. Then the man stirred did Wal- proached any success r 'T
badly last week. Not only and both of these boys ,

f i. and held groaned my canteen; kneeling to his quickly feverish, I. do 'defeat: them Tuesday Broker, 13-6 came, but fell twice each, strike-out victims to trade

Saturday,
again on
,' I of the right banders puzzling
lips. I asked him who he was, 14-1 win In a
y' here to turn In a halved ,
them they -
slants. Between
e'' "
t "Chandler Rivera, he gasped.
dull and loosely played game. tour of the five hits and el
his head I started back up
; Dropping I The Waldo tilt, played on the HTHE fact that dealer
I This a has
gained Bradford's lone tally. Pan-
1, like I had received a blow across comparltlvely a' creased heat. It is oil that at
Waldo dlampnd, was when Williams' a tougher
In the sixth
came
the eyes. "Chandler, I gasped; : of the two, but neither -*- Am endorses
the better single passed the pitcher, stole second pump his business
I 'g not the Chandler that inarrle>: considered much a ball keeps.the hottest friction safe
could It be spots
ah t and took third on an error on

? l Eunice Eunice Good Lord, do you I I game. The of 13-5 record'county was blow-up largely otpra'tlcallt the play and scored when Kick- practice. It says: Here is a good place from destructive wear. ho w'll
result a
a
t 2 know her?" I I .the entire Tornado nine liter kept up his good work by to trade. nAnd

I $ "Sure thing, old top. I know singling' pas third. Buck died on

1 ( y her. You are going' to stay hero last In the half first of the two Initial Innings.period In, with the the paths, however, and damage your modern car Mill perform an
When
and rot while I go back to her after In left Held was done no more. These two you stop at any' Pan-Am sta. bettervith'
two down an error clean
t J this war Is over." I supplied a threat In the seventh, Pan-Am gasoline.
folowed' by trip-
f '"Wateir, water!" h* gasped, asa was Immediately From then on a until when with two down Williams beat turn at home or on strange roads Unusual
le to right. care in
I left him. "Just one more drop." out a bunt'and Klckllter singled refining has removed

Somehow I could'nt leave him the third. It was just one explosion to center, but with runnners on .. .you can be sure of getting
after another, as both Infielders the dirt
there. What ever he bad been he hard first and third:) their mates failed and car bon-forming trl

i had won Eunice and I would and outfielders messed up again to hit at the right time. honest, courteous service $OL/p '
d to come elements
hit balls, allowing runs found
b yo; please her it I saved him, so backto practically In clusters. When tho Redgrave, pitching for the Tornadoes and reliable in many "
products.
him I went, got him upon my I was far below his form
last man wall out In the second, gasolines. That a
shoulder and started back to the exhibited In other games this sea- means fiat
'
and the smoke had cleared oft the
lines. I carried that man until It son. lie was touched for eighteen
Safe Pan-Am cleaner he
/ score sheet, Waldo was off to an motor oil motor less car (
was pure torture to place on foot Battles, Including three triples anda A rla
eight lead result of five
run as a
ahead of the other. double. lIe fanned but four men,
i i After what seemed hours of toll, Il I errors, several unofficial slipups, ; much less than his usual total. was developed I to give- bon trouble and knocking J

I heard the cheerful call and six hits Including a triple anda Two runs came! In the second modern .
of an and '
i English voice. Then all turned played double. After that, the boys fourth periods. Three followed In motors the a::tra ", G, more power and mileage. lea''or

d black. I woke up la a hospital backof fairly commendable-.-ball.- the fifth, five In the seventh and protection they net;'' because Oj 0''

the lines. I heard Fill
that
the man the first
up today at neh
lived and I was decorated for Rid yourself of"creeping Ilia." Put your body In of higher I ,
GUARD trim by cleaning SJK, .,,_ ; i-
bravery, but I don't call that brav down up your blood from the slowing Pan-Am !
poison see er
poured into it by inactive kidneys, pump you (
ery. Time passed the
,
war ended liver
and bowels.
You may rely upon ,
and we came back home. I met YOUR the famous old Dutch National hat

and married a girl not halt aa Household Remedy-In use since lot
.
pretty or aa sweet as Eunice, but 1696. The original and genuine.: \ esi

fp far too good for a bum like my. Pan (

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ntC, APRIL 13 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH- &TARKK. FLORIDANeiv 3 l .1IiiI ""- .A.OIll TIIRTiT.1! 'il!1 .. t1 "'
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11 will mean inlllons and millions of >blemished: he pointed out ; Ingle manager- of the-traction t.,: '

dollars to the Industry. Such a unharmed cattle hides bring goo,e--I) GARDEN CONTESTANTS company has been advised The tI
Florida in Short Paragraph prices. In that connection Dr.Cole local
of statement it not a conjecture buts company received third place' ,. I
demonstrated in those Southern said his operatives were ex-I GROWING VEGETABLES In October and second place in 2 .

states freed of the parasite, where erlenrlng considerable trouble In November. '
preventing the bootlegging of I "
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cattlemen are receiving much ildos across the Ceorgla border llxcouniged! l Boys their agent, IIIssHllse The Southeast, 'n Division of the I' I "
More money per pound for their Gatucsvllle: Flu. Rural women
n
State News Iue. Georgia hides, he said, were I National Ulertric" Light Association .
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Live animals than they did when the bringing much more than those *h.) entered the all-year garden LuBltte Despite these handicaps will meet In Miami on Wednesday ;i t' .

cattle tick was ruining their In- ot Florida and some cattlemen a roil I I <-o n tout nt the beginning; of the'yt'llr the prospects are brighter Thursday. Friday and Sat.. ; ;.

dustry"bightecn endeavoring to benefit from the'' are hard at work growing; than ever before she says urday of this. week and it Is estimated '
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; Countlce! Now tYeo privileges gained by the Georgiamen more and better vegetables according Nassau County women are putting that hundreds of represeni i, t
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TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES, i, At the present time eighteenFlorida in ridding of that state of the to reports from the home forth special efforts! to meet tatlves of the utility plants of the' "'. I
counties ore free, thirteenIn ticks to the possible detriment of demonstration agents of the state. I he requirements of two fresh vegetables southeastern states and Cuba will _, P

,.....-----.-.-.- ---;.;. of the extreme northwestern section i the Industry in that state, too." In Holmes county Mrs. Hcttlu every day In the year. Mtsu'curl be present. at the meeting. Joe l; i'(' "
and
state five on the lower Caudle finds a larger variety of Jordan reports that they will II. Gill vice president and general ,
art -The tourist season single undergarment stockings and Bust! Coast. The northwestern IlKFOKK: : I'I.I; <:OTIOS vegetables growing than ever be- have the best gardens this years manager of the Florl'Ja Power & .

.loslns in Florida was one of one shoe was found In an automo- comities are: Encnmbla, Santa ore. Every garden has In it something they have ever had Light Company is president of the
\' the state's history from bile near Hernado yesterday. Mrs. Rosa, ukaloosa Walton Holmes, Why is it that the wealth, don't for the family to eat at present In Marlon county gardening was Southeastern Division and will act i I.I ,
b nest in Carselle, believed to be from a Washington, Jackson Calhoun pour The junior members are given: a boost by the county chamber as host. 1.1
}uandpolnt of hotel trade H. Georgia city, was killed by a bullet Gulf, Liberty, Franklin and Gad- As freely after as beforet growing strawberries and are ) of ('ommel'l'whl'h!! offered 5.----- ..i'r"\ t
president ot the Florida eden with the exception of a small about ready to market them. several Gainesville and /Mount Dora are
Mane wound under the left eye, apparently Why Is it every many you meet prizes in addition to the
t, (Hotel Association declared made by a twenty-five cali- area ot blight reinfe station under Will smile, and bow, and want to From< Lake countyome the state content. The result Is that two Florida municipal plants that ,. h' r
visit' here. The Present excellent control in that section of found out they were giving electric -
ring u bre automatic, but the pistol was treat report that the garden contest Is 44. club girls have entered a apo
i 'd lit said. Is cooperationI I not found In the'car.. Police be- iadsden adjacent to Leon county. Before election? about the most talked of thing In vial gardening and canning contest light and power to the consumer r.
oug thl> hotel operators.. lieve the murder was committed On the lower East Coast the counties heir work. Miss Christine 1'l'I'ron Mc-\ states: Miss Tillie Itoesel, the too cheap to make any money 1
.
ra I not under quarantine Martin for the plants and have raised
are <
for other motive than robbery, for The candidate who seeks! to beat: } home demonstration agent!\ for that county.
Five clergymen ot Tam- Palm Beach. Uroward, Dade the rates accordingly. Electricity i',
mpa I her purse with one hundred and Take any means to shun defeat. agent: finds that all contestants -S---- --
t were victimized by an alleged': and Monroe. There is being con- ire geetlng their gardens In good The Jacksonville Traction Company ID like any other commodity whenIt I
thirty eight dollars was found be- To tell each other's faults they try
when the latter wrote out I II ducted some deinfestation work, shape. under the executive manage- comes to cost of manufacture t r
ger side the body. Letters revealed And Holy Moses! how they lie ro
,I cashed 11 checks of $41: they had been spending the winter according to Dr. Cole's report, in Before election! The women In Gudsdrn county insist of Stone &: Webster Inc., has and the sale of the manufactured .Iproduct

&ilnsi them. In each instance at Llmona, Fla.Groveland Uroward, Dade and Martin coun- lave had a strenuous time combating won the national street railway at a profit and rates are 4 "
e Miecki. were made payable tot ties, but Dr. Cole has been advised But afterward some faces wearA the ravages of cutworms, advertising context conducted scale! according to location of + '

t, Shermal" police said. The Sidney J. Catts that the area will be cleared en- little trace of grief and care. rabbits, and front, but they are not wHMn the parent: organization for plants freight rates and cost of l t :"
t forgery thefts was dlsLered tirely by April 5. i the month of December, John I'. production.
olesale speaking here last night in his Cigars rest in men's pockets, hUe'
condemn such threat and
cowardly
meeting of the Tampa Systematic tick eradication work I
ai a _
campaign for governor Jumped And don't pop out just like they
association has progressed to such an extent attempted attack as' unbecomingany
Y linlBterlal . from the platform and threatenedto in the western portion of Wak'ulla did man naplrlug to public office, EUl(; Your Children
attack the Rev. John Page Jones Before election.
PensacolaHarold L. Whltby. county In the northern half of Jefferson and as proof of his unfitness for
val machlnst mite last night Baptist nastor of Clermont.-. when I in all of Madison with the any public trust. Are they strong, alert and vigorous;or pale, weak w '
aimed the world's record for aLe I the minister questioned the truthof exception of that portion Immed- Before that time all men enjoyTo AND, UK IT FUUTIIKn HU8OLVKD :- cross and inactive? If the latter, very likely they :::'
I remarks Mr. Catts had made smile on every growing boy.
drop from an airplane, hav- iately adjacent to Taylor county, That the Post Adjutant are suffering with intestinal worms, and need > sWHITE'S
about the State College for Womenat They call 'em "Mister, slighting
he Instructed to furnish a of
the copy
L'ghot earthward 4,400 feet yes- and in Hamilton except ex-
Tallahassee. The minister is a none this resolution to the American '. rw
the and treme northeastern section that
rip-cord VERMIFUGE
ay before pulling slight weighing about 120 For< some boys might be twenty- Cream |
man
Legion/ Posts and of
to earth suspended be- the activity will be reduced or recessed newspapers
rifting mammothIk pounds and was disabled by shrap- by May 1, Dr. Cole indicated one. the state, a
"atb the spread of a The worm-expeller with 50-year record of
nel wounds during the war. Mr. yesterday. Those counties and Before election. (Signed). A. L. IZLAll, a t
parachute.. Catts had referred to alleged Immoral Leon, Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie Post Commander. success. > -A few doses are sullicicnt. nSot4 : s
literature used In classes at According to the scenes they paint .
work In (Signed). LKONAIU) S. FIELDS
prog-
have systemtalc
seen
Galnesvllle-Florlda's state raSic the college, Mr. Jones objectedto for time. Eradicationwork Each candidate's a perfect saint, Adjutant, Eugene Bryant Post By Corpvning'M Drug Store
station now in course of con-I ress some
here will probably be in the language used"by the speaker was begun on March 6 In A villain each competitor. No. 42. Am rlcaii Legion!/ Cler-
tructlon that Is not They all's fair in love or war
"Mr. Catts say
saying and mont. } Speratlon about May 1, those In I Suwauuee:> Columbia, Union
( I true," Mr. Catts became enraged Before election. --
of the work announced. The Baker counties.
harge
and leaped for the truck but was
tation to be known by the call I restrained by Mayor A. M. Davis of "Florida has made" excellent It's just these little dirty tricks
fetters WIIDN, is to be housed in progress in the work, Dr. Cole
Groveland and other citizens. The That make a farce of politics.Go .
building of modern constructionnd candidate returned to his platform commented. "The act of 1923 be- search Burns' writings all you rrit'
in 1924 and by the gr'r
up-to-date equipment. It will came operative i
inviting the minister to wait for can.
have remote control branches at him on the road to Orlando with end of this year approximately 45 He never said that "Man's a man
: cent ot the state will be treed '
and Jacksonville. per II'to
Tallahassee. the threat "I will beat hell out of area." Before election. it
-Sam well Wllklns.
Daytona Beach-Because his you. Opposition Short Sighted
on had been convicted and fined He declared the opposition whichis .AMERICAN L1talflY; CON- Millions

n police court for bootlegging State Offers being met in the state, as baa PEStXH: CATTS ACTION '

larry Brooker, local police patrol- been felt in every section eradica- -
nan. voluntarily resigned from the tion wprk( is attempted pointingout WHEREAS in the course of a :i _

orce, it was learned tonight at Fertile Field tbat he was unable to see why i public address in the City of l
loadquaters. "I tried to reform the cattlemen were not able to Groveland on the evening of April I ,
him, but failed. I couldn't holdy view the future and thereby realize I 2, 1928 Rev. John Page Jones, I et
head up on the beat knowingy the Increase in value their animals Chaplain ot this post, and pastorof Model T Fords

son Is a bootlegger," the eld- For CattlemenTick will have with the elimination of Grace_ Baptist church of this '

r Brooker told fellow officers, whorled the germs spread by the fever city, questioned Sidney J. Cntt

to dissuade him from resign- [ ticks. "The people of.the state as a upon certain statements, and, r" 'R i .

ng. No official action had been Eradication to Bring :MillionsTo whole do not realize the impor WHEREAS, In response to said

aken tonight on the resignation. Owners, Nays U. S. tance' ot the Industry and what it question, the said Sidney J, Catts,
Inspector. could mean to Florida" Dr. Cole In a fit ot anger, leaped from the
Bradenton-Forty-stx commis- reiterated. "It they could realize platform threatening an attack still inactive

loners members of the West coast "Florida offers an excellent field that the improvement of the cattle upon the said John Page Jones are
Association of county commission- for the cattleman when the tick is through the elimination ot the tick whose weight Is 130 pounds and

-rs, meeting here yesterday, adopted eradicated" In the opinion of Dr. and the importation of pure bloodto who was disabled in overseas ser- _
resloutions offered! by Louis T. WT Cole Inspector In charge of fight the germs spread by the vice in the World War and is now
Lancaster, chairman of the Sara- the tick eradication division in tick will mean millions of dollarsto disabled and wll continue to be so
ota county board for redlstrlbu- Florida of the bureau of animal the state. I feel sure that pub- the remainder of his life, and
Ion of the five-cent state gasoline industry. United States depart- lic sentiment would stand to a WHEREAS when the said Catt

tax, a four-year term for commissioners ment of agriculture with head- man behind the State Livestock was ordered'back to his platformby serviceI.

and opposing any change quarters in the Hlldebrandt building Sanitary Board and my operatives public officers under threat ot r tR
In the method of their election.The who yesterday released the ." arrest, the said Catts yelled out to rI
redistribution plan providesthat I monthly report of his work in co- Southern hides are very valu- the wounded veteran: "If you will I "
of the four cents collected for!operation with the State Livestock able to the tanners, and Dr. Cole meet me on the road to Orlando, I I' )' HIV of +
road purposes one go to the road Sanitary Board. offered! that as another example of will beat hell out of you." FOR nearly twenty years, the Model T Ford led the motor Gl

department; two cents to the counties -I "Tick eradication," he declared the accrued value to"the cattlemen THEREFORE, BE IT-RESOLVED industry and it still is used by more people than any other
In proportion to the amount of "will be of inestimable value to with the eradication ot the tick. That Eugene Bryant Post No
tax collected in each and one centto the cattle raisers of the state and Hides from tick-bitten animals are 42, American Legion does hereby automobile. More than eight million Model T Fords are in t ,

counties bE! divided equally among all I ,_. active service" today-an indication of their sturdy worth 1+Il j

reliability and economy. '

Hastings--The first Irish pota-
toes of the new crop were shipped Because of the tremendous investment which people

fancy from here price Friday ot $14 and a barrel broughtthe f. have in these cars and because so many of them will be

o. b. Hastings. Two carloads went driven for two, three, and even five more years, the Ford i i..
forward from the farm of Dick and
Beck, to a Philadelphia commission Motor Company will continue to make replacement parts

merchant. For the first timein until, as Henry Ford himself says, "the last Model T is
several years Hastings beat Federal -
Point on the market with new off the road." I,, ,,4
spuds. Each year the communltles 7x2=14 x 2=28 Billion 1

noted all over the country for For the Ford Motor Company has always believed that : I
their potatoes vie with each other
for first shipments. The section its full duty consists not only in making a good automobile 'I

f the starchy millions vegetables of dollars annually.worth DOUBLED AND REDOUBLED at a low price, but also in keeping it running efficiently for t

This year there is planted to po-I \ you as long as possible at a minimum of expense.
tatoes a crop valued in the ground
lit $6,000,000. all No matter where you live, therefore, you can still buy li! }
WITHIN FIVE ,1SVYw
Y Model T Ford with the '
Inverness* After viewing the \ parts same assurance as formerly, ; q ;

hody of Mrs. A. F. Carselle, whowas knowing that they will give you the kind of service you I

n her found automobile Thursday near shot here to death U. have a right to expect, and at the same time protect the !'. r

C Eoliols. Tampa city detective, have invested car. 4
money you your
[arrested last night and charged 1'

nnocence Ith the slaying maintained his I ,, /' qu; ,;, All Ford replacement parts, as you may know, are made 9
today throughout a grll- .
lag/ by Citrus county officers. Eo : '. ..' J 1'\ { \.._ I of the same materials' and In the'lame way as those from, IJ

JioU was arrested at Tampa last Q-"'" y N
which assembled and low in
night information supplied by a your car was originally are t ;

friend ot because of the established Ford +
the woman. According price policy. y '
B'o the omcers they were told the
woman and Echols had been mar- So that you may get the greatest use from your Model T, ) !

|ried at Jasper, Fla., under flctlB'lous :
Ford the of time that !
/ names and the woman had ) over longest period we suggest you It
a
hc\n dissatisfied with the mar- J take the car to the nearest Ford dealer and have him estimate p ;
riage.
on the cost of any replacement parts which may be ::4

Jacksonville-The Jacksonville efI CI-i necu You find that small expenditure
ftanembly plant of the Ford Motor hr ESTERFI EfLD ry. may a very ,I

Company is to be In operation by will maintain the value of your car and will be the mean*, 1

\prll neat 23.of vast Such Importance was the announce-to In- ClOARETTESWE pf giving you thousands of miles of additional service. ,

ustrlal Jacksonville as made yes- h4i ,
erday by Charles F. Bowman, (
f STATE It as our honest
anager of the territory and is "
'barge _. belief that the tobacco c
of the plant. Although t
'Qt \ ,
used In
Monday April 23 has been officially a' Chesterfield cigarettes -
"eulgna'ted' as the date for the local 5 are of finer quality

lain, located at the foot of Wam- and hence of .better taste

ut ftlt Mr.streets Bowman to begin said he operations planned, at than the In any oilier cigarette FORD MOTOR COMPANYDetroit r; r
price.
o begin aa soon 'as possible, per- .
::1P8 several days prior to that Licccrr Unas: TOIACCO Cox '

4te. : 5BrooksvilleEfforts. Michigan 'it'I.Ji; '

'
are being ''t
f
ade by police today to locate the

CUll band of/ Mrs. A. r. Carselle., .
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l y, whose body, clad onljl In a __ T ; -- -II IIiIIA: ._ "T --- -


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1,1 BRADFORD COUNTY TE LEGR.IPII. STARKE FLORIDA ._._...,- -. .__ '_nn .____ FRIDAY. AI'Hlt 18,
:I [t'1 t ;'.f e1G..... Fov11. . -- .. ---. h. _____ I. =- .. -- n. r
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.It''! f' ------- I'Il\n athletic Coach: a Junior high I CKI.KIIUATEH: 8IXTII -

; : : si.hoot etc.Starke ItlliTIIDAY
I I P. T. A. baa been organized I
: i.a.t only a few months but Is doing Little Miss Margaret Ann 1I1al-
:I'I: ;I i good work with the following pas, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. J.II Southern Grocery and

r I -e ] officers leadlnfe the affairs! : S. Malpas, entertained at the homeof .
II 4af01a ; I President Mrs. E. M. Rooks. her parents Saturday afternoon I: ,
'I/ ; Vice-praaident-Mr George C. from three-thirty to five o'clock,
I I. i
Market"I
II White. celebrating the sixth anniversaryof Meat
Secretary-Mrs. n S. Carlton. her birth. '
: Phone 29INTKHMKDIATK '
Treasurer-Mrs. W. T. Finclier.rniM During the afternoon the little I'

.. folks enjoyed several interesting
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1r ; : : non McDonald.!1s, Vincent Alvarez and; Junior Flm.n.U'1fBTJSG; -: surrounding games and contests the home.on Bunny the lawn and I : SPECIALS FRIDAY and SATURDAY

& ENJOY EGO; IIL'NT The flower /girls were little Misses The RubY Davis Memorial chap- statute contests proved to be very
Elaine Edwards and JuanIta ter of the Children cf Confederacy amusing and pretty prizes were 18c Ib. I Flour 24 lb.
u The intermediate boys class of the regular businessand awarded to Katie Fugate and Helen i : Spare Ribs MJsbiuyJ S1.28
of will meet for
Barefoot. Prior to the entrance
_. ._ .
1 Baptist Sunday School, were en- Dowling for their skill. -
tertained Saturday afternoon from the wedding party, Mrs. J. S. Butler historical meeting 14th on, at Satur-the The little hostess was assistedin Neck Bones 2 lbs 15c Instant S.
_ accompanied' by Miss Inez Abernathy day afternoon April Back R.12Ib.65
4 to 6 m at an Easter egg hunt serving ice and cake by ,
i at the p.home of their teacher, Mlxs sang "I Love You Truly." home of Mrs. L. A. Davis, at 3:30: her sister, Miss cream Sarah Malpas, and I __ _._- _I, _, I .---_ ____________

Inez Abernathy. assisted in used Lulu-nitron's ax the processional wedding march and was re- o'clock.All members. and any one wish MIss Hazel KIckllter. i Western Beef Liver 30clb. Spinach large can = = lg 9;
Miss| Abernathy was A beautiful birthday cake witha 2.
tho of her esMlonal, march, and during the ing to Join the chapter are urgedto : ..
after pleasure
looking huge candy Easter and
egg can- -
Fr' ;_____ guests by her mother Mrs. P. M. eremony "Love's. Old Sweet Song" be present.follows Historical questions dies. Favors were Easter bunnies PIG TAILS, lb, 18c Beets large cans

ii Barefoot. Late In the afternoon was softly rendered. are as : of Memorial a Margaret Ann was delighted '1 ,_..____?_._,___._\_,__._.. 19c
+O Tell of the beginning 1>MlX> M4>MlX> a lWtiaiJMI I tt BKMIJRMla __
/' the hostess served light refreshment lemon- P. T. .\. IIOM :\1foJ'TI: O Day. with the many lovely gifts received. Whole Hams 8 to 10 lb. 28c
: r I !! of sandwiches and C. Those attending were: Betty I : Sweet Potatoes b.2
i For What Organization Does _.,_ ,_,_._?_ _?_.. 2
ade. Lee Kruse, Jane Flncher, Mary I ? c
Stand?
,,1 ,Jt The Parent-Teachers' Association S. bA. Harriet Bishop, L'Etta: Corpening, Sliced Bacon 5-lb. box35c .
/ When and Where was Said Organization :
I
Vf. M. H. C'mCLK Mr.KTI.NO: held( an Interesting meeting Formed? Dorothy P. Phillips, Helen Dow- I Irish Potatoes 10 lbs -3 3

Thursday afternoon at the school Mrs. L. A. Davis, Directress I ling, Lillian Stump, Doris Kruse. I pound ______..:- c
Mrs, O. J. Griffin was hostess at auditorium, with a large number Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Assistant Nettle fowling, Glorlda Johns. --
"c her home Monday afternoon from '>f patrons and teachers present. .. Marlon fowling, Margaret Finch- -' -ib68: Red I p Ia1t 69c

3:30 to 5 to members of Circle No. The sixth and seventh grades it KN: IFIT: IJIUIMIK PARTY er, Katie Fugate. Miriam Fincher. SUGAR,10 ._._.___
Two of the Baptist Woman's Missionary under the direction of their teach Ida Lulu Davis Frances Lee Peek '
Peanut Butter
? ) Union. The devotional\ ere Miss Snellgrove and Miss Car- The first after-lenten party given Elaine Edwards, Ruby T. Flncher : -BEEF-PORK&-L; i n- med JJJ
meeting wee In charge of the lead raway. gave an unusually beautiful by the Women's Auxiliary of May Mersereau and Juanita Barefoot .?
t17 'I er, Mrs. Raymond, who also gave Easter play called "In the Gar- St. Mark's church took place in I i FISH & OYSTERS Maxwell House Coffee el
49c
"
't the Jen of Life, with the followingcast
a talk and reading on subject the Woman's clubhouse Tuesday
of characters: tables of _._ _J_ ....__n__'__ --.. ..-------.- --____
+ o, of prayer. evening with eleven auc-
l ( After the business meeting was Gardner-Florence Fincher. tion bridge players present.

concluded, a social hour followed Caesar Napolen (his assistant) Hard candles were served on the LOCAL } ; : All Insecticides 25 percent
when the hostess served dell- --Mary Towle. tables and after live progressions HAPPENING' ,
Y clous refreshments of Ice cream Sad. MotherLucille Edwards. frozen fruit salad and Iced tea Fenole'I Fly-Lak Pineite
topped with strawberries and wa- Street Gamin-S. R. Johns Jr. were served by Misses! Florence : ,
fers. Seven members were pres- Sad Rich Man-Palmer Wil- Flncher, Elizabeth and Mary I I J off

it ent at this meeting. liams. Towle. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futcu and ,!; -------.------..-------- -,--
+ Circle( ) No. Three of the W. M. .. Faith-Sunshine Hundley. Miss Myrtice Jackson made high.i children, Mrs. G. M. Slstruuk and 1 --

'e S., were entertained Monday afternoon Hope-Thelma Seals. score and was awarded an embroidered -!celebra-tion Reg. 75c value 5gc
,i J II at the home of Mrs. David Lose-Martha Brownlee. card table cover: Mr. I
Kite. After the devotional and Two butterflies-Martha Evans Lenthall Wyman made high score Tuesday.Mrs. I BROOMS.Reg, 90c 5-strand 79c
u business meeting plans were made and Marguerite! Prevatt. for the men and received a whist II
} 4' for a lot of work to be done in First Working Girl-Blanche deck. Mrs. Marie D. Stevens was H. L. Brownlee and daughters : A'$1.25 5-strand fancy QSc
t; t" the near future. At this meeting'eight Allgood. presented with a card table cover, I Mrs. M. C. Stith and Miss
s members' were present. Second Working Girl-Dorothy and Mr. Don Hoover shaving! cream' Mary Brownlee will spend SundayIn _____------------- -.---.- 1 _'____.
: d Mrs. Kite assisted by Mrs. W. J. Bitch anJ face lotion, as consolation 1 Newberry as guests of Mr. and
.:1' Epperson served her guests with I Mrs. Westly-r-Mary Pearce. prizes. Misses Mary and Elizabeth 1 Airs W. II. Tucker. Mrs. Stith I'
strawberries cake and refreshing I Big Brother-A. E. Wall Jr. Towle drew the angel food cake. will sing at the baccalaurate service -'I t Under New Management GIVE US A TRIAl

a. Jemonade. Son-Julian Peek, Jr. while there.
k 4 Jo'iowers--Louise Marcotte, Mar- St'XHIHK ('U.YIUmTISO: : : it
11. Y. I'. 1'1-AYI.KT garet Williams, Lois Adkins, Fen- Mrs. J. II. Hitch Mrs. W. E. -
and Mildred Griflls.) Mlddleton,.Mrs. Arthur Wood, and .. = .
ella Snyder Fifty-six: persons attended the '------ -- --- '- ---
i The Senior B. Y. P. U. gave a Recitation; "Kip"-Sara Hope Sunrise Prayer meeting, sponsored Mrs. L. A. Davis will go to Talla- opening of Shands bridge Tues- daughters, Mrs. R. L. Mott and ALL FOR ItI:t'l Kllrt\ ,IOIr,
+ playlet,entitled "Wedding Hells." Haynes by the Christian Endeavors, at hassee Monday to attend the an- day. Miss Ethel Saaser of Jacksonville; CO>\ t\'IO\:
tR Sunday evening at the regular I). Piano solo-Martha Brownlee, the First Presbyterian church Eas- nual Missionary Conference of the three sons, J. D. Sasser, Live Oak; I
I 1 Y. P. U. hour, when Miss B. Y. Recitation, "Take a Tater and ter morning. Methodist church, which will bo In The many friends of Mrs. J, S. J. A. Sasser, Cross City; and'S. M. Pursuant Hlate to cull C"tra jnibllonn j- ,
t I t P. U. and Mr. n. Y. P. U Spirit Wait,"-Martha Evans. Crusade with Christ, under three I session from Monday to Friday, In- Butler, will be interested to learn Sasser Dowling Park Florida at a meeting h I j

were united together, with Mr. After the program the business heads, was the topic discussed. clusive. that she will sing over the radio Funeral services were conductedat March mlttee I field 16th, ,In A.Jack 15 I I'i2!'. > *"i,
IJw'1' Aubrey Penney officiating. of the association was transacted, The Objective Evangelism, station, WJAX Friday evening Crosby cemetery Thursday afternoon authority In me veil, d >
+a"'f" Miss aiissle Mae Bennett acted and Prof. S. S. Dowling' the ca- Good Citizenship, and World -]Uutler's Pharmacy this week's during the Happy Girls Hour. Mrs. by Rev. W. I. Sanders, convention mil tee, notice maun la meting h, .>>j f i,
the part of the bride, and George pable principal of the Bradford l'eace-lIl1ss Bullen. Evangelism flavors in Poinsettia ice cream Butler has a lovely voice and it Is pastor of Grace Baptist church, April 21. 1928, at cjurth! I

k : Intl Raymond the groom. Bridesmaids High School, gave an excellent talk -Miss Ruth Guest My Work in I and sherbets, banana, cherry, ma- expected that many of the Starke Jacksonville, assisted by Rev. L. city Florida of at Starke H |>-,m Mrudf f.> ,
Y were, Misses Ruth Guest, Thelma outlining plans for the Improve- Evangelism Miss Fredklka ple nut, tutti-frutti, strawberry, fans will enjoy her numbers. W. KIckllter. of Starke and Camp ejectingone deli irai'. ,I .
.+ 1 Andreu and Thelma Sflcox. ment of the school next term; Struth. I vanilla, chocolate, fruit sherbet, 146, Woodmen of World. The funeral at nn-te the to Republican represent Star Hi. tit >. -''I i
Groomsmen were: Feaster Grit- among the points touched on were What la Good ,Citizenship pineapple sherbet, Eskimo pies. people was attended by a large to be held, : at Daytonn..fn.., F
About twenty-five young ,
I I crowd of relatives and friends. He Ida on the 10th <.fll.f> Mat t1D28
d ;' w;,MimuittiuiiiiiuininimiiuiStarke".MWWUPIIMiWU1Wptl14WHN1aXaMalallratMalalrllMp111YWWMNWIWWAa' ..IIW4WWWWi11r' .. Miss Gussie Mae Bennett. We deliver, Phone 160. attended the measuring party gIven a.t 11 o'clock A M
Law Enforcement Wesley I last Thursday evening at the was burled beside his wlfe in the Said convention hal, .1 i tone
r. Stearns. Mr. and -Mrs'\ A. O. Andreu, of Young family plot.Western delegate and on. utemiiireprewetit
pastorlum by the Baptist Bradford .Intl) 81.|
Hdw. & Furn. Co. Why Desire Peace Murrah I 1 Stuart spent the week-end here People's Union. Pies ,and cakes Union'" Telegraph Com- i Congressional..eeonri'ongressional\ Conv-ni!Dlolr'
Rooks. with their daughter Thelma, student auctioned off! games were ,
were I }Florida to be held at )>ay'i>uBr
fs How Can. Young People Pro- of the Bradford High School. played and a musical program en- pany has bought a lot In Tampafor 1 Florida on the tenth 1116,000.00 and shortly will A. D.I 1928.
Miss Beatrice Bullen. 1
f ? mote Peace-- Mrs. Andreu remained over for a Joyed. The guests were served At said County Convvntum
I GUN SHELLS box A short talk on the Kessurrec- two weeks visit, Mr. Andreu returning sandwiches and punch and about erect a building thereon for its 1 meeting, a County Commit If.,

4t.; ; r WESTERN FIELD ______________ 75c tlon by Rev. G. Aros8--Mr.P. Raymond.John home Sunday accompaniedby ten dollars was added to the treas- own purposes. and be elected for such to other serve bunlne'iu for' tour,711
Solo-Christ Mrs. Andreu'a sister Miss Han- properly come before 'Bat!\ m"'
I
ik ,; Powell. nah Swlndel, who will enjoy a ury. The utility companies of Flor- tlon, mass meetlnir./
a I q Good Hardware at Low Prices visit there with relatives. ida are not expecting to take any voters Only will duly be qualified permitted and u cglilt, pan
:MOVTHKY MEETING: OK The Easter Cantata, Morn of VIc- vacations this summer. They have pate In the deliberations it said!
r '. I WOMAN'S CLUB tory, rendered by the Methodist projected a most amttlous ventlon, mass meethiK ,,r ,,'I. ,'
J' HIRAM ItELL Manager Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green andchildren programof N B Hl'U
direction of Mrs. ,
the
choir, under building and development all Chairman of RepublU'ar. Con;
( .. ... .. The regular monthly meeting of and Mr. and Mrs. Adam L. Plckerlll, Sunday eveningwas Committee of Bradford .m
.mtnmlmsmgaMawM' '' '' "' ''!'''! marwwmwn.. .. ._.. .amr James over the state.
Green, and children, Mrs. W. M. _4-13-2--4-20.
held Wednesday
the Woman's Club was appreciated by music lovers .
.l.lv afternoon at the clubhousewith WImberly and daughter, Freddie, as evidenced by a capacity aud- ----_. r-- --
the president Mrs. G. M. In- were among!!: those attending!!: the ience and by the fact that the choir
in the chair. Shanda bridge opening at Green the
tr' man have been Invited; to repeat
After the regular routine busIness Cove Springs Tuesday.The Cantata at the Penney Memorial

was disposed of, the meetingwas Chapel In the near future. This
turnej over to Mrs. J. II business and program meet- invitation came as a resultof, Rev.
Hitch, who represented Mrs. R. A. ing of the Girl's auxiliary will beheld and Mrs. Mrs. P. B. Cuppitt, of A
Weeks, chairman American Home next Monday afternoon at 4 Penney Farms, being in the audience -
a e compilttee.' o'clock at the Baptist. church. It Is last Sunday evening. The 0a 0a
Mrs. W. E. MIddleton gave a requested that all members be Cuppltta' are said to be competent
}. splendid report of the State Fed- present as a splendid program has Judges of good music.
eration of Women's Clubs meetingat been arranged for the afternoon. GoodPlace
Coral Gables, which brought Pictures will be taken of the Mrs. G. M. Siatrunk was hostess 1
; about a resolution In the local club group for the Baptist Magazine. Monday afternoon at her homeon
that members would use more cot- Call and Church streets, to
ton fabrics, in an effort. to help the Messrs. Lenthall Wyman E. L. members of the Women's Auxil- 1

cotton growers. Demmon, W. T. Wahlenburg andC. iary of St. Mark's church, as follows -S
Mrs. J. S. Butler beautifullysang ]h Coulter, all Forestry men, : Mrs. Edwin Southers, Mrs.J. '
(a) If I but Knew, by Wilson drove to Green Cove Springs Sun- L. Frazee, Mrs. J. C. Hoover,
O. Smith, (b), Only a Rose, from day, returning in evening for sup- Mrs. E. A. Towle Mrs. W. E. But-
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r the Vagabond King. per at the Kingsley lake home of ler, Mrs. C. F. Hoover, Mrs. C. A.
Light refreshments were servedby the Wyman's.Dr. Futch, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.R. .
the hostesses for\ the afternoon.The S. Carleton Mrs. C. H Marks, To TiresWe
dates for the circus, to be Austin Gary, Mrs. Jennie A. and Mrs H. H. Young. Buy
WE INVITE YOU put on by the Woman's Club, have Lelth and Mrs. I. F. Brown droveto Sewing and chatting occupiedthe
: been changed to April 20 and 21, Tallahassee Monday to visit afternoon and the delegate,
and In addition to the many booths friends and relatives. Dr. Cary Is Mrs. W. E. Butler, was Instructed
a, and continuous performances there a member of the Forestry Depart- to Invite the Second district.Worn- keep a nice, clean tire store.

1 TO ENJOY THE CONVENIENCE I will be a voting contest, on the ment at Washington, D. C., and en's Auxiliary to meet In Starke Spick-and-span quarters-everybody
AND most popular lady and the most will ,return to his post in a few next fall. I
c popular gentleman In Starke. days. The women will go to Providence The hostess, assisted; by her I you meet skilled and courteousallstocks

Opening night, a chicken pilau R. I. daughter Mrs. C. A. Futch, %erv neatly arranged.
I THE ADVANTAGESof supper will be served from a Jap- ed her guest with delicious angel
Misses Florence Andrews Costs little keep
and us a extra money to
Tea
anese Garden. Saturday eve- food cake and Ice cream.
ning there will be a real "fish fry" Hazel MIddleton, students of theWoman's ---. our place this way, but we think

t :kSa' of a Checking v Account at this Bank with famous corn fisherman bread and, Joe grits.J. Truby The, spent the week-end College with Tallahassee their par-, CAIU-OF THANKS clean folks appreciate it. ,

4 A4ti will be the chef. ents, Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W. Andrews, We wish. hereby! express our Moreover, it befits the kind of goodswe
Jr.. and Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid-
sincere and heartfelt thanks and
sell-Goodyear Tires Goodyear
1IUNNT ,
dleton.
EASTER EGO
appreciation to each and 'everyonewho
t Tubes and Goodyear Accessories.Also
so kindly and faithfully assisted -
: With a checking account you know ex- An Easter.egg hunt was enjoyed Messrs. W. A. DuBose of Tampa, us during the Illness and the kind of service we give-Good

by seventeen children of St. an.jV.. R. DuBose Worthington death of our mother, Mrs Mattie year Standard Service.
actly where you stand financially, where Mark's Episcopal Sabboth school Springs, were visitors to Starke Williamson, also for the many .
Tuesday afternoon at the rectory. Wednesday W. A. DuBose a beautiful floral offerings.! So if our store is cleaner and brighterhas

a every dollar went. You don't risk losing Many games were' played and former resident of Starke and Mr. and. Mrs. Lacy J. Wynn. a heartier welcome for you-
Albert Kruse was successful in locating made the trip here for the first .
a money or.- pending it needlessly. And it an Immense egg, which was time in two years to attend he D.\SnL USIIER offers a finer kind of service: for your
1 the prize of the afternoon. 82nd birthday celebration of his tires-and supplies the tires more

R ,saves time and worry.BANlf The Superintendent, Miss Sarah father J. I. DuBose of Worthlng Daniel Sasser. 68, died Wednesday people ride on than any other kind
Malpas, was assisted by Mrs. R. ; ton. Ten of the twelve childrenwere morning at the home of his
t Carleton on this occasion present Tuesday besides daughter 2968 Lackawanna. ave. Goodyear Tires-why, thenHere's -
S'I grandchildren and Jacksonville after extended
many great an
Mrs. J.,J, Lamb MM. W. J.. grandchildren. 111-1 our name and number;

h person, Miss Ruth Quest and Jlts.'Oraco' \ ness.Mr.. Sasser was a native t

OF STARKE Wood motored to Jackson I Rev C. W. Caldwell, of Penney Carolina; but had resided In Starke :

I : \ villeTuesday, ''Mrs. Epperson, Farms, ,will preach Sunday morn: for about twenty years. He workedfor !
!1 A 'ROLL OF BANK who 1s president of the New RfrerAssociation ing In the First Presbyterian the Powell turpentine firm un.11 UPREME-SERVIC&STATIONNl

IJNOR? ,-remained in Jackson church. Rev and Mrs. Caldwellwill a few months ago when he was V.K J i ,<. -,

E..fL}: 1Vllitthews,.Pros: ;. R, J. DaViS,.Cashier'6y ings ville of to the attend Baptist'the Women's district meet-MIB- be entertained by Dr. and Mrs. forced to give up his work on account .- I xItI 1 ; I. ftI
H. A. Tucker while in Starke. of his health. lie was a
ai"nN'''' tfmAAt tlA tMo,1\IIft\! ,,*, [ pry" Midi R .... w..., B:. Middlftton. .nwwheaf oft tfee Baptist cAuieh. I
church +
Tuesday and Wednesday. were among those attending- the Those1 who- snrrlT*' 1 trim>> ...'tws I !
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13. 1928 COrXfY TELEOKAPH. BTAUKE. ?nLOUlI PAOK FTTH + N
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-_- -asrlwwl--, !ill II ... ...IIIUIh I_"' -.u--u--, I I I i Him\ir Drue,. studio Is niaK.ng, Butler's Pharmacy serves Poinsettia .
many now and beautiful styles of Ice cream and sherbets. We
spring IlOrt rlutR. See( them. deliver phone 160. I'

Bits OfLCi241 ji Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Brinson of Mr. and Mrs. Edward _Burns I i SPECIALS

III llaUwin were guests of Mr. and who have spent a year In Cedar Friday Saturday'V" ;

Mrs. J. E. Corpeulug Monday. Keys week.: are rteurning.to Starke next i'A

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Miss Margaret Long and Mrs. J.K. --- '"'"-- -- (/
Corpenlng spent Friday In Jack Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Ames Mrs.
Pmople Basinets and sonville. E. L. Browne Mrs. Marie B. StevA A Groceries that you know to be clean wholesome and ; fi
Concerning Our ens and George Doboll motored to '1''
Progress of the County and Town. Instance M'lf-rL !ug flour. Try I It St. Augustine Tuesday, via Shands A fresh add to your meals a zest that means better health. }

once you will nRiilu. 8<>ulurnanil bridge. ,
Grocery Market. We combine quality service and value and that's why
uimumoM1TulR!! .'.'.''.'.'...,.,.'M"'I"I""nUlII"IIW1IW1W11...'''''..''...".". ............,,_-- ,. ".'.-.. .......-.._--...I"1""lHm"...'........-..........,.."" --r.1_'*"_._ Don't forget Poinsettia Ice we

RFrORT Mr. W. T. Wahlenburg, of New Rev. A. K. Dunham spent Easter cream and Purity Sugar Cones atDutler's are grocery headquarters for houscvivesvho KNOW. '

Orleans La., is visiting the Forest Sunday In Jacksonville with Pharmacy. We deliver
report;;: for; '" week ending service department In Starke. -. friends. phone 160. Our stock is complete in every detail. Canned goods, ;

|j.s! station. Southern, Starke Forest Mrs. E. M. Smith of Jacksonville Levlton's--tailoring- and pt ftlslngshop. Miss Isabel Fernandez of the package articles, fresh fruits and vegetables to suit the .

t a former resident of Starke I Thompson and Madison sts.. Florl4a State Woman's College, 1
', !n. 51 .00 ''s visiting friends here this week. opposite) bottling plant. Phone 97. Tallahassee, spent the week-end most fastidious. F 1,
.00so here with her mother, Mrs. R. S.
-,,,., 68
67 .00 Peanuts chufas: and velvet to Sim the Kelly Bank brought of Starke a strawberry Friday Fernandez. HONDURAS --4 I1'!'

H.J s-t; 69 66 .00.04 beans J. F. Klckllter. weighing slightly under two Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yetvlngtoa BEST GRADE RICE pounds 25c ,

ounces. and little son Billy ot Hastings, ..
7s 67 .00 Mr. -- ...... --
and Mrs. W.
E. Butler mo spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. ,
w7 70 .94 tored to Gainesville Sunday and George C. White, state bank ex Yelvlngton's parents. Judge: and
66 1.87 GRANULATED CANE SUGAR -10 65c
RS spent the day. pounds
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66 .00 aminer, who spent last week In Mrs. G. A. Gardiner. ,
Crescent City on business spent ,,t ar
1- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch and -- /
the week-end In Starke.
Circle No. One.of, the
IntnU 2-85 children! motored' to Jacksonville dist church will meet Monday:lIIethoj afternoon j, BREAKFAST Pound Roll
RIVAL BACON 29c
Sunday.
rates and cups at Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank ot at 3:30: with Mrs. T. J. j jGriffin. - -
rry i1 Jacksonville spent the week-en'l' Circle No. Two of the t --- -
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grlffln of with Mrs. Shank's mother Mrs Methodist church Mrs. G. WHalle -

Jacksonville, arrived Sunday for a H. L.. Lewis.Dr. leader, will meet with Mrs.L. t j
the week- COMPOUND LARD Freslr Lot Per Pound
Harvey spent friends. visit with Mrs. O. J. Griffin.Don't I>. Green Monday at :3:30: p. m, .
with
jnandtna and Mrs. J. J. Hullen returned
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forget to get our prices Misses\ Mona and Blanche Alderman '

Gainesville Mrs <(" H. Marks Sunday.were on Quigley roll &roofing Davis. shingles, etc.. end.Ga., where they. spent the week' ,,after returned!upending', to Tallahassee the week-end Sunday BEST GRADE SALT BACON, Per Pound. '

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at the home of their parents, Mr. -- 'I" i'
Long made a business Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hart, and Mr. and Mrs. yhlbur J\ Scott,, and Mrs. G. W. Alderman.The I
ihsonvllle Monday. Miss Grace Wood, spent last Wednesday of DeLand( spent Sunday at home I LAKE VIEW\ BUTTER Per Pound 5Qc
shopping in Jacksonville. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
friends of ,varre..1Perkins. .. """ .
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doors all sizes and prices A. Scott. many r ---- -,

and Davis. Mrs. Hogan Smith, Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen and an operation, who at recently St. Vincent's underwent': hospital I.I.j j, ATLANTIC MATCHES 2 Packages 15c % '5
City was a visitor to Starke Mon will IIlt.erelltelll tA
vls- son, Charles, Jr. of Lakeland Jacksonville are j ,
Jones was a
Darby day. of her sister, learn that he Is able to be home ,
Lhsonvllle Saturday. be week-end guests. ....... _a .. _. ,. -
Mrs. D. I.. Knight.No again.

knib?; and Miss Ruth Guest Mrs. Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville MORTON'S SALT "IT POURS lIe
motto than In- -
day In Jacksonville.y was visiting friends In better flour Mr.: and; Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and -

Starke Sunday afternoon. Mant tu-ir-rlMhiK flour. Southern children, of Jacksonville, were .. ._- ...,.., -- -
Grocery and Market. week-end guests of Mrs. Alvarez's
> J. L Frazee was In FLY TIME-Save your health parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. ?
Tuesday on business.\ by screening now. Buy your wire "Miss Katie Belle Kenard, of Moore. POST TOASTIES, PACKAGES .- - 25c

at Quigley & Davis. Fernandlna, was visiting friendsIn
B Pharmacy delivers any- Starke Monday enroute to Wai- -
heir store. Phone 160. Levy Canvoa of Jacksonville for visit. with relatives. A portrait costing but a trifle
spent the week-end here with his I\O now will be priceless In years to PILLSBURY HEALTH BRAN J 2 PACKAGES -4O 25c t
Do not neglect It. Costs ,
and Mrs. D. E. Knight-: McKlnney'of Jacksonville come.;
mother,' Mrs. Eunice Canova. Mr. and Mrs. .
In Jacksonville. Wednesday BO little means HO much. Hoover -- 1
i day -- were in Starke .
'" ----- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Latham, and to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bros.: Studio.Mr. I I
3 MINUTE GRITS PER PACKAGE 9c
\V Andrews of New Rlv- little daughter Lorene were visItors S. J. Kelley, a relative. -
attending to business in [ to Jacksonville Thursday.Let V. L. Harper of the local ,, I .
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dnesdny. The Forestry department have Forest Service Station, with Mr.
your portrait pay your authorized/ the purchase of two C. L. Demmon and Mr. W. T. WillI' I
ore of Lawtey, has pure friends a visit. Hoover Bros. Stu- new cars for the Starke Branchof henburg, of New Orleans, will motor -
Stephens cottage on dio. the Forestry service. to Fargo Cogdlll: and Savannah I
lake Ga., Friday to inspect the ,
- Harley Plzer employee of the Dr. II. A. Tucker spent Monday work of the Forest department In
L Simmons and her Seaboard. Is In Starke this week and Tuesday !In Tampa with that section.Mr. .
Colan Chancey were vls- relieving Operator Fred Carlton. friends' and attended to some busl-
I and Mrs. J. C.' Hoover and
:.nke City Sunday. ness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A .Stuart of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover motored ... 4
to : nark Shands bridge Sunday also _. t
peas and Florida peanutser's. Lily, Florida, were visitors Money rrriiinlwl for every -- to r.---------- 0 - --- ----- t' )fi1'I
Starke Tuesday.Col. of Instant flour tlmt does not slopped at Penney Farms and :'Butler, E. A. Towle and Mrs. C.of. ler, making a total membership of and Mrs. .Oscar! Alvarez of Jacksonville -
l>lei"MC )'ou. Southern Grocery and Green Cove'Springs. Hoover. the club twenty-six. and Theo Peeler of Ash. ,
.. L. Frazee spent Wednesday vllle N. C,
J. ,
I !Mrs. Robert Bowers and :Market. --- -- -- -
Hnlnesvllle, were Starke in Bronson on legal busi Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall wittf Mrs 1'. K. Johns nnd daughter,
Mrs. E. L. Browne and daughter,
londay. ness. Mr. T. V. Gray of Jacksonville, George Harnsberger visited friends Minn! Beatrice, Miss Emma Strick Chas 1'l1l1ey: Jr., wan here for a
arrived Monjay, and will spend a la Jacksonville. Mrs. Wall has Mrs. Marie B. Stevens, and granddaughter land and Mr. Aubrey Penney motored few hours last Friday visiting"'hta.
few days with Mr. and Mrs. O. Just returned from Tampa, where MittS Nancy Stevens, to JackHonvlllo, Sunday and uncle A, It. Johns. Charles was t
terms oral Sistrunk.> M'I she spent a week with her parents, spent Sunday in Jacksonville, attending were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. temporarily transferred from the
plete Home Furnishings on easy Easier services.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Button ... Clarence Peyton and spent the afternoon U. S. S. Utah to the U. S. 8. Florida yr r'
discount for cash. Our prices are right! Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns returned at Jacksonville Beach. which called In tots some day
home Sunday from Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs Kimball, Mrs. Moore, Mrs stay at Peimacola.
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK where they have been spending a Jr.;" with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffls Seigler and Rev. and Mrs. Ray The Forestry Department of t I 1a

few days. of Lake Butler motored to mond enjoyed a trip to Silver :.turko under the direction of the I Miss| Ellno Jonas! returned lo { l't,
i. Scalloped and fringed shades, cash 75c --- Jacksonville Sunday to visit Springs last Saturday stopping In :zeal: manager Lenthall Wyman, Decatur On., lust Thursday to resume .r,

ltiful overstuffed suite, terms, $118.75 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul spent friends. Ocala on the way home where ire starting fertilizing ex per I- her studies at Agnes Scott ",, u
Jacksonville, as guestsof after ;
College, the Illy
in the spending spring
Sunday they renewed old acquaintanceswith Dents) on pine trees on government
brother-in-law and sister Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Speakmanand vacation here with herVparenfs. r
lake to
her
land near Kingsley
Dr. Freeman at one time a
art Furniture CompanySTARKE Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trigg. spent Mrs.Sunday Cannon: in of Penney Starke.Farms Rev., resident of Starke. 'nereftHe gum production. They Mayor and Mrs. DeWitt O/Jones.
will use phosphate screenings sulphate
FLORIDA Mrs. J. E. Futch of DeLand, Speakman assisted, Rev. Carleton acid phosphate, and muriate Mrs. Victoria Smith, who has
Sunday herewith the Easter service at St. Miss Lena Belle Shepard was
and with
spent Saturday of of potash. been the guest of Mr. Tj S. Hewke "t '
brother-in-law and sister Mark's Episcopal church hostess to the Beginners Class $ '
her school Satur- live months, leaves 'Th irHday for
\dr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. Mr. O. L. Beasley spent Sunday day the Baptist afternoon Sunday from three to five Mr. and Mrs. Lenthalt Wymanand Detroit) where she will spend a few ."+ I

F. B. Johns and W. A In Tampa and: was accompaniedhome o'clock, at an egg hunt given at little daughter. Ruth, and Mr. Jays before returning to her home "i' y
Mesdames Mrs. L. D. Lloyd of the U. S. Forest at Akron, Michigan: yj
and little daughter, Louise By) his wife, who spent a the home of her mother
HAT WILL HAPPEN? Stearns Friday shopping in Jack- week with her parents Mr. and James Shepard. Interesting Service, will spend Sunday In Win ii :
spent Mrs. A. C. Durden. games were enjoyed by the little ter Haven, and from there Mr. IT'H YOlrltsLIVFtt! t / .I ,
sonvllle. tots and late In the afternoon a Lloyd l will go on Monday to join A p

Sara Kelly and Jewell Mr. and Mrs. Rawson J. Davis picnic lunch was enjoyed.The the Forest service In Philadelphia When you or are dJvxy Mllnim correct, unnntlpated.hfftiluchejr this r..nilltlun -. t' ,
What Financial Condition Will You Misses who attend Bradford and children motored to Jacksonville the by the use ot Lanes, Pills. On j {
Wiggins home, pill at nlKM will Rive rolls
School spent the weekendat Sunday Mrs.\ Davis and chil- Exchange have recently en- Visitors last Sunday at Ml'l't'IIUI.I.'W) OIU'U' *'ri>RB) f 1,1 l
Find Yourself in Case of: High homes at New River. dren are spending the week with rolled four new members: II. B. of J. W. Morgan were; Mrs, C has.
their her mother, Mrs. Ida Wells Ta- Wiggins C. A. Knight. N. D. Bunker, Mrs. C. B. Peeler sisters.. LANE'S PILLS",1, {
1 If tall : Wainwright and J. Shannon But- of Mrs. Morgan, Mr. C. 11. Peeler .
You miss ar cal treat you tum.
nn_ _
SICKNESS- to use Instant nelf-rlBlng tlour.80I1tb'I'n .. "'a'i: : '
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E. Corpenlng
Grocery and Market. Mr. and Mrs. J .
LOSS OF WORK- had as their guests, Sunday her SPALDING TENNIS GOODS : < ''r
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Sistrunk. parents Mr. and Mrs.: T. A. Brin- .
YEARS- Jacksonville will spend Sunday son of Hugh Mrs. 'Emory Brln BUY TilE BEST-IT IS CHEAPEST It .

ADVANCED here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. son, ''Mrs. P. O. Brinson and chil- Greenwood Racket .. ... '.- $?..'>0 f' '
of Baldwin. -
ACCIDENT OR G. M. Sistrunk dren I Lakeside Racket __ __ __ __ .. -- -- __ $1.00

HARD TIMES? Mrs.-A. Z. Adklns and Mrs. E. Prof. O. K. Armstrong dean of Ardmore Racket _ _- -. --- $5.00 '

M Johns spent!with friends Wednesday and rela-In the sity school of Florida of Journalism, was a visitor Univer-to Nets, IoublcCOurl .__ ___ 4 __ ____._ __ $1.50 & $'i.OO i ;'

Jacksonville tives. Starke Monday afternoon. Mr. Balls (1928 Stock) _'___ ______________._____ 50c a

ON'T MERELY THINK ABOUT IT Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and lit- bring Armstrong his class stated to that the Telegraph be would SPORTING DeWITTC JONES h'11I' '<"<*

tie daughter of Jacksonville, were office next Monday and give them GOODS .
of Mr. and Mrs.F. "the inside dope on how a good
week-end guests be ...-- -===-- -
should run. .
Act-and Prepare for it! F. Flume weekly newspaper : -:- > ,

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and The Bradford County High I STARKE FOLKS By J. E. Corpening
Misses Lena Belle Shepard and School has been designated by the I

'n the army of happy ,and progressive people} who Cleo Shepard spent Friday In state department of public high'Instruction school.-I 'VE HAD THE SAY> MOM HOW I .
regulation I t
Jacksonville.Messrs. as a DOCTOR'SPREGCRIPTIOH CAN I TAI standard school /Is I s3 i ,
future is A regulation I l OME. TA.8L.E.T ,
itute this bank-their
the depositors 'of 3
W.'Ua.zen met all required \
O. which has
Crosby
P. A. one 3 TIMES- ,
25 percent'of the .1( )) rq tts
'ed< through a steadily increasing' emergency re- and Claude Crosby, of Brooker" standards and Yitli FILLED AT
were attending to, business in flexible points. j .. .

account. Starke Wednesday. Mrs. Marie Elwood who has :. (JRPENING'S'CnJJC1) OOCTOC6AID

Hampton the winter here with i STORE IF
J. p. Dickinson of the been spending vtHG
"J can do likewise and this invites you to do it now.BANK Service Station was attending to her brother. Mr. Alexander: F. SMILED ilMUS'il
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,," In Starke Thursday morn- Kremkau left Thursday for her -
business
Punxsutawney, Pa. She I TOM. AfSD VOO
.. home In tl
I f' Ing. will visit In Washington D. C. en- TAt'"F t

;fir. and Mrs. J. P. Wilson anddaugbters : route to her home. [ ONE TABUfcT3TIMES f fI fi
Annabeth and Helen A, DA.Y
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of' Jacksonville were Sunday visitors Those attending I health depends 4
J' meeting health-good on Storer '
t' Auxiliary Smiles mean good Corpenka 's Drug
Peek. Women's
; Mrs..J.: L. '
\ll J J..I1\I/jtJ. .' Major and '
adford \li.! l &VSTARKE ,. of In St. Paul's church Waldo Wednesday clean living and'pure drugs. Ta get the gret9Afi Sa }' Con le
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.JlP8Pr1'1\: >\l, Judge A. Z. Adklni,E. M. Johnsnd o from Starke were: Mesdames joy out of living, cotne in once in awhile jot at f r eryice '11 '
H. V. Knight went to Macclen- I C. II. Marks,. n. S. Carl -. w Stalt Ce,.Fla... ,
FLORIDA convening of 'tem Ot S..ltftk..O"'Le.IM1aa1e7.\ xoutneed- .
for the
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> ,,1 -- .. ly period FARMERS WHO RAISE ,, ,.DjGalnesviiii.
--- I!
I'' ( I
ized. A plan for even distribution amounted to 47-10,000 of 1 per-; ---

.' :, firiFarmers I of the fruit without over or under- cent. of the f? o. b. returns ,,

\\i' i: & FarmingBy supply of any market at any time "Each year of its 23 years of existence OWN FOOD AND FEED meetings win ,I..;?,JJ \

was badly needed. Imperativealso the Exchange organization Union and Bm,,", ,
was the need for a system un- has collected additional experience HAVE MONEY IN BANK 16-17 for '"+'"I'

: ( Agricultural Editor) der which the grower could be and added to its Informationand the cover "I:1\ :';,;: ?*

I assured of receiving a fair return statistics concerning the consuming which havoi b.II, Pllle'
.. .. _. __ __ ___ capacity of markets under -- erq
on tile sale of his fruit, which the (By Spuds Johnaon.) county agriii. ,
different conditions. much more cheaply than can the n'hey'"
M 1 Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar. specultalve selling agency of the has While I know that growing corn Florida farmer, but when tlje1 Flor- ties. I
: "Distribution of the
tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found day was not giving him. Overproduction materially improved with crops less delay In Florida Is an expensive proposition ida farmer pays freight on the Visits WIll i 10, mad

To lie Best Suited to Our Country threatened; consumptionmust and waste In uniting supply I also am sure that more Jowa farmer's corn, the corn cost where the ,,\I, Fop .
i be increased and there was could their growing ami i ,,
farmers grow
Florida IIk.
4 with demand. In addition we have (him practically as much as !li r0 l
the necessity for education of the own food and feed crops to advan by experts ,I'?,?, \
developed foreign markets carried would have cost had he grown it l" tJ
general public in the health and tage. It is folly to think of raising Station and! |).;V,
of 'in his own farm t
() dietary value of fruits, popularly on a constant campaign corn as a money crop, but It The party \\ ,I n I '"? ;*
dealer service work with the farmer who has In his 'iead@
The corn !
J CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING SAVED regarded as luxuries only is good sense to think of raising Nettles, dlM, ,
wholesale and retail trade, stand- own crib and meat In his own '
r too include Sl'f
"Co-operative marketing, hand other grain crops to providethe W. I h \
; ardlzed and of ,
grades packs fruit Is the
I smokehouse generally one 1-
which the turned for -a Blackmon
growers food and feed needs of the *-110 i, ,'
solution of their difficulties, published Innumerable Sunklst advertisements who has money In the bank. At a for n.lllt)
prov- crops
farm. pe (IIP ,'
1 CALIFORNIA CITRUS INDUSTRY ed to be the answer'to their prob- ," Farmers have a tendency to farmers'' meeting In one of the satsumas WIll ie, I'orr,
Some of the outstanding achievements cotton states, the speaker asked d4.
lem. Following a plan so carefully plant all or nearly all of their acre- F. DeBusk anv! \ ft
citrus
of this co-op- all of those who had corn In their '
'I i thought out that It remains erative will be'outlined In the next age in so-called money crops, and Monday m.irnnigwn;
h "CO-OP" EXCHANGE HEAD cribs to stand up. Twelve meen
SAYS practically unchanged today, article In case these money crops have a Bradford nunn' \
he asked those who :
tr ; groups of local growers Joined to- bad year, the farmers are left In stood. Then Agent T. O lo.'kenCi,,.
Y a _. somkehouseto ,
their
r had meat In own
f gether in packing associations the hole. While If they would afternoon 1)1.) !

IU>luriiM.. of $K17,0<>OO to Call. point by point for the informationof which, being grower-controlled BERRY FREIGHT plant enough food and feed cropsto stand. The same 12 had stood. I ion county ,LlII(narln'llil| mw 1 Flt'!,'
who !
1'' fornln CllriiM Growers In Twenty' Florida growers and business had the grower's interests at heart. supply their own needs, and Then he asked those mon- Agent T. L D\.r at4
to stand. .Again, ?!
bank
Tlirco Year 1'olntnl Out As Hotter packing'methods were then plant what money crops they ey in the they will i j.H.ne', 0'

t l'rll.'III-III I Result of Grower- men.The story of the California adopted, grades were regulatedand could handle, they would at least the same 12 men stood. county and veer, |, ,-. "

Control of :Mnrkc'llng.! been inspected, and the decay sltua SEASON ENDED; not have to buy high priced foods If we would have money In the F. Ward. [tt( I lf hopeij.
Fruit Growers Exchange has
tlon thoroughly canvassed. with Ipw priced money crops. bank, a good plan Is to raise'ourown crowd of farmer" 11111 L
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) a'4 Editor's, Note-The story of the some twenty-three years In the "Local associations banded The Iowa farmer can grow corn food and feed crops. for the meetings

California Fruit Grower's: Exchange making. To get a complete pic- themselves together to ship and GAIN IN TRUCK -- .....
and'' ture of this outstanding marketing market the packed fruit through ARE USING Altoona 'I' mOle,
the citrus co-operative j organization of today, the following district exchanges, securing for FARMERS varieties ,ot I rapw, kul,.

k + the oft-upheld model organization facts obtained in an Interview their combined shipments a mar- perlmenta'lneYariIJ! c'
J Below 20< (
Berry Average; Grope
'i. V r+ for citrus growers of Florida, Is with President Teague are' interesting keting efficiency quite Impossible Cents a Quart.| BETTER GRADE SEEDyear Brothers, neai' here

ir } p 4 I vitally Interesting to Florida at : to the Individual shipper. These : Daytona Beach- -Set j

i s ; f this time. All phases of operations "Let's*go back a bit to get a district exchanges, in turn, con- Plant City, April 7.-Agents for Catholic ('hllr,' herd
,vt iV of the California exchange will be brief picture of the Exchange and solidated in a central marketing I the two railroad companies serv- Gainesville, Fla.-Farmers of Mrs. Joy Bell! Mess home dem- I

::5 +? reviewed In the series of articleson the way it operates to further the organization. Increasing their pow- Ing Plant City anounced yesterdaythat the state are beginning to find that onstration agent in Plnellas coun-

co-operative marketing/ presented Individual interests of the grower er to market a rapidly increasingcrop they did not expect to ship seed. ty, has perfected a plan wherebythe
better Reports Win.
t .It pays to use J ILIF
efficient
"There most
stated. in the manner.
by the Telegraph./ Tpague are
r V Vg any more car lots of strawberries women of her county may exchange -
g, Co-operative marketing saved 11,000 growers In the association. That created the California Fruit this season, and buyers stated that from county agents scattered over plants. Mrs. Hess- keepsIn

the citrus industry In Californiaand They produce, on an average, 75 Growers Exchange. after this week only a few express the state tell of the purchase of touch with all club membersand '

has returned $817,000,000 to per cent of the crops of California "Today the Exchange comprisesmore shipments would be made to pedigreed seed, especially in West can usually arrange for a Expert Watch Bi|
Exchange/; Growers during the past oranges/; grapefruit and lemons. than 200 local packing asso- northern markets. Strawberries, Florida.

# 23 years according to C. C. Tea- "This organization came Into being ciations, grouped together in 22 will continue to be purchased,, Washington county's agent, Ous trade disposed so that of.a surplus may easilybe ing

Hue: president of the California as a result of the marketing district exchanges. Each district I, however at the platform by hucksters York announces that over 200 -----w-

Fruit Growers Exchange;: difficulties which producers wore exchange elects a representative to and a few buyers who have bushels of pedigreed cotton seed During his first month as county -

., Teugue In an active /grower He facing In the early days of California serve on the board of directors of customers In Florida cities and have been bought cooperatively by agent for Walton county, Mitchell ENGRAWlJEWELRY

+ has been president of the Exchange orange and lemon growing. the centm! Exchange. The policies places In southern states. farmers of that county. As a.result Wilkins enrolled 100 club boys !

since 1920 and his played These difficulties threatened the of the Central Exchange are After averaging around the 20- of his recommendations, seed secured orders: for 10 purbred

q v J fi an Important part In the rapid success, and. Indeed, the very existence thus controlled by the growers cent marke the first three days of stores have bought cotton seed of boars, arranged to ship hogs in |
r growth and significant success of of the Industry. The grow- themselves in much the same way
the: week the strawberry price the same variety so that the cot- carlots this fall and: distributedsix
t' the citrus growers organization. ers were confronted with a series that a democracy Is governed. The seed
dropped yesterday for the first ton crop will be as nearly uniformas bushels of pedigreed corn
There is a long list of outstanding of problems too comprehensive to Exchange Is unusual among business -
i time: this year to an average below possible all over the county. for his club boys
accomplishments of the California be successfully solved by any In- organizations, in that it Is 20 cents. Berries were sold Mr York has also been busy securing Hull Buildir;

w .o; r citrus organization to be reviewed dividual producer. Permanent wa- conducted on a strictly co-opera- yesterday 'as low as 12% bents a orders for pure seed corn. Zolfo Springs-Atlantic CoastLine

I i r In succeeding/ articles ter (\upply had to be secured for tive, non-profit basis which rend- quart, but the average was about Me baa been Instrumental In Railroad planning erection of

v t orompllHhments which have given Irrigation; plant diseases and Insects ers service to the growers at actual 18 cents. The volume also was bringing In 30 bus. of Whatley's new station here to replace one Starke FloriJ

t California growers a commanding pests had to be controlled; cost. All the returns for the fruit small. Prolific, the variety used by the destroyed by !fire,: ,

position in the citrus Industry of Frost had to be forestalled and cul- go back to the grower except the Last year at this time 3-131- corn club boys last year. One of Sebastian-Pavement on LouisIana -
this Some of these ac- tural practices Improved to pro- actual and selling to be repaired..
t country. handling 600 quarts had been forwarded, the winners in the: corn club I last avenue I ,
} + complishments have been of benefit duce better quality fruit. which assessed _
r charges are on a
g compared to 1$48,103 quarts for sold all of his seed to the
V e ? to Florida as wel as California "A perishable product had to be box basis to each of the handling the season total this year. The Farmers for planting.

tt Growers--indirectly, of course. transported to markets many thou- organizations-the Exchange district -
decrease was caused by drouth and Interest in good seed: corn In
In the history of the Exchange sands of miles away, necessitating exchange and packing house untimely frosts. The average sea Waknlla county has been increased -
there Is a record of accomplishment improved handling and packing association.
son price last year was 31.8 centsa by an offer of several prizes
} 11,1 probably unequaled In far- methods to control decay that was "During the past 23 years returns quart, while the' season average I from the county commissioners.D. .
1 mers' business organizations.. The then bringing serious loss to the to Exchange shippers have ,
this: year is expected to run almost M. Treadwell reports that 9T
outstanding facts will be reviewed Industry. Fruit grades, careless- aggregated 817000000. Credit
--- -, ten cents higher. The gross cash bushels of Whatley's Prolific corn
receipts this year are approximately has been' ordered by his farmers.

r one-fourth smaler than in 1927 He also has 19 farmers enteredIn buytheseiof

... Last year the growers had receivedat the five-acre corn contest.:

., ..' .., this time, $994,131.33 and the Duval county club boys are
1.1'J' \ .tl'.,. gross amount paid this year Is planting pedigreed seed corn fn

rl :.::,f' : 1670,394.68. the hope of Introducing a better sin
"' ,
.'
.
t < "" c
: ... '. grade of'1Ieid corn In' the county,
,
J. O. Trailer, assistant coun-
says
.
.. .' ,, ,
!
: > JlDJTS TO IIOUSI3WIVKS ty agent.

t. *:." During the- first month .In Wal- ,*. ?
Weekly from Home Demonstration ton county; Mitchell Wilkins, new-
county agent placed six bushels
Specialists, Tallahassee
I of pure seed corn with farmers 87 rue % of Buick owners (prac
k enrolled 100 club boys, and placed

WHITEWASHES- 10 purebred .boars.. ticalty nine out of every ten\) \

Whitewash can be used in a During March eighty-three children -

tW( number ot ways around the house In Nassau county were examined answer "yes"-a greater degreeof

I fences, poultry house, and other by doctors who are helping

buildings. Following' are directions a health survey which is.being can- than other
owner loyalty
for making whitewashes. ducted in that county.. any

---2 *SK&J- 3 &iSa.a ff? fcSs! */ w One OomruDl'nt"hit.ewo.Hh hall bushel quicklime slak- Reports from .43-: contestants In leading make of car can claim!

1 i .YNn "ti /; ,,, w ed In hot water, one peck ((15 lbs.) the Florida. Home Egg-laying Con-
X salt dissolved in hot water, 3 test showed an average egg pro-
,- t*?" CLi/* i"' ft""" duction of 16 eggs for the month c\\
ponds rice. boiled to a thin paste, '' Owners know car value! Drive
of February.of .
soaked overnight
one pound glue (

M,. + p s 4 w.g In cold water. Pour off cold water interest. At a season when Buick and the fatten'
T f and dissolve In 3 or 4 quarts of, shrubs and perennials are not In experience

hot water), one-halt pound Spanish -
bloom brightness mar be suppliedby I
I
whiting. Mix the glue and annual flowering: plants placed measure of motor car satisfactionBUICK

whiting together, add the salt water among them.

to the lime water and then put houses should be
tenant
? I Even !
r A E2at ," ,e,, .: .. all together. beautified, when it can be done for
)1'tUnar'hltewa"h
( he said. An-
such a small outlay,
Two pounds of quicklime to two 1
at
nuals may be planted a very
gallons of water.Lighthouse. I small expense, and will answer the

\ Whitewash purpose where the tenant does not
'} 1 ., ,. "'1'W One bushel of quicklime slakedIn care to go to the expense of more SEDANS $1195 to $1995 COUPES $119'11I11 l

i _______ 12 gallons of hot water; 12 permanent plantings. SPORT MODELS $1195 to$1'2'
) I .. : pounds> rock salt, dissolved In 6
V The most permanent and satis- Alt prior, /..*. ,.. t added TinJWMW GJ.J
n water. Mix these Fliiu M- ,f*" mmmt In to *
I gallons boiling tying: results are usually obtainedby plan,Uu moil daiREGISTER .."",., i ,",0''''.'''
L i two together and then add 6 Ibs., 1 a lawn as a foundation with

'of Portland cement. trees forming a frame for the
t I'olnt.ft Mixing W1 ltewash house and giving shade. Shrubs (
,
( I, I -ft-I- ".a DE LI[C1MLZ 0 In any of these recelpes the slaking -I and dowers should round out the MOTOR Cj
'
NLd should be done with,
of the lime : corners and angles and give the
IA1LLJ1 LLALtIrnreetzooa onsideruble care. Keep the vessel -
whole scene a natural and home STARKE FLORIDA
I, In which the slaking Is going: ,
.
ii' ,. like appearance.PAINTER'S :
.rs WILD
on coveted.: The lime should be WREN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARID BUILT BUICK

kept covered with water to prevent -
which makes the
s pIg100 cnJI4 p "scorching", .
a'.r.s'w' .ai v'w.ma whlte'Nasl11umpy and transparent.

i After'the lima is soaked.. It shouldbe ,

strained before adding the other Simon Pure Cltrua- HAMPERS


4 i P-3T PLA/J e t Aa Ingredients.ounce of alum added to ia and C ram offerlaa- will .... rN
for
; ante, at price that
'I "1 I gallon of common whitewash, will tint .I... foeaelld "'"
AI' 1! C71"'t- Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS Dean Hamper made from Hardwood
a.'N prevent It from rubbing off .1.,114
1 hardwood head that fit two wires .
V eloae
1 A pound bar of soap dissolved In tb..
,: a gallon of hot water and added to head. Total weight 4 1-2 pound ......pl.t.. Co"P.rt Jot

( gl THE CAn OF TUB OLD ally well. A roof of this type when Is also a good sized wardrobe oJT about five gallons, whitewash ..... Hamper wltk. other, al.o compare tar J"''"

EUROPEAN:"' THATCH HOOFS laid Is a very good Imitation of the one of the bed rooms. I i will give the whitewash a gloss. asked kr other.

( IX:"' HERE: EXEMPLIFIED: old thatched straw roots of Eng- The laundry, heater and coal Are Less than 25: at 2Oe each FOR 33 quart sad ZS q.*

(VV land and France. Note the graceful storage rooms are located in the MAJOR FLOYD TALKS ON:"' 85: for 4.75 for S3 quart alarm and .'.80 for ZSBO ....rl .I
(By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., curves above the entrance cellar. HOME BKACTIFICATION': "TIME TRIED AND CROPTESTED" for q..rt
$0.00 for 83 quart .. and .s.oo for M
New York.) door and group of windows In the This house would look: well evAn AT HORTICULTURE MEET ..rt
TS for 113.00 for 33 .1... .:1.00 for 33 "
quart and
All travelers are familiar with living porch. In the community where Its neighbor $ *
t'' the distinctive character and The plan arrangement of this are much larger, 'more pretentious Gainesville. Fla.-An. unpreten- Our Brands are the Acknowledged 100 for tO.SO for 32 quart ... and 15.0O for :SH "I0"quartBOO .

1 charm of the old thatch roots of house Is very good. On. the first and: would make a home lous house may be made an at- Standard by which 230 for S40.00 for 33 quart ... .... 43S.OO for M

l European cottages. floor one finds a nice big living that one would be proud to own. tractive home by proper plantings Growers of Florida have for TS.OO for 33 quart al... and 70.0O for 39 qaetf

s The roof lines are the distinctive room a good sized dining room, a This house has a frontage of declared Major W. L. Floyd assistant Judged all fertilizers for 1000 for U5.00 for 32 quart .1... ... .14O.OO for 38

.f feature of this house. The fine enclosed living porch and a 41 feet 4 Inches and should havea dean of the Florida Col- nearly forty years. 000 for *344>.00 for 83 quart ..... aad SSOO.OO for :3 tAll III'..

i ,' oft rolling eaves, brought low conveniently arranged kitchen.: lot with a frontage of 60 feet to lege'' of Agriculture speaking before "Giving all we can for whatwe above f. o. b. Lawt.,.. Fla. except will ..'"

..j near the ground certainly gives The ice box: is located in the rear give a good setting, allowing for the State Horticultural Society Kt Instead of getting all (rtOOO) .. aar atatloa oa railroad laaDsker, Br.1*

a cozy homelike effect. The roofs entry. "eecon the drIveway and proper clear In their annual meeting. at we can for what we give" .... or Clay Coa.tle

are covered with shingles, which The stairs lead to the -.r space. Winter Haven April 11. U the policy of The above price are atrletlr for ea... Mr ".*.

,r 4, can be obtained: already bent to floor from the living room and Complete working plans and In planning the home grounds price W|| be :lOa ....1... with BO ......**.
conform to the curves and rolls aa kitchen. A large coat closet la located specifications of this house may be flowers should play an Important THE E. O. PAINTER

cx %"4 4d z In this picture, and stained to on the landing. obtained for a nominal sum from part. Major Floyd said. Flower FERTILIZER CO. / L. HARRELL Lawtey Fl4-
p match weathered straw, or a dark The second floor shows three the building editor. Refer to enliven the picture give variety ,
d i brown shade would look exception. good bed rooms and a bath. There House HA-100. and furnish ever changing points JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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...,... BIIADFORD COUNTY TELKOUAru STAKKE. FJ.OUIHA ._ _ __.__._. --- .-- _- -_ __ -----------v== Hp8.L ,

13. 1: -- - -' .. -- .-- -- --- nradforil inuni NOTICBtu
-- Starki'.
-- Countlan. Is putil lsli,1 In : _
Bristol- "Liberty --- ---- .
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I i\'. l-'loildti.I i I" Ixnbv d.-t IMil&tL'd axiht .

'j now weekly newspaper being published i I m-WMpnpoi\ "' I in whit I 'h thtN nirtlcc.itid Cli.' 'tilt Coin t vt-nty-Slxth I Jism .r .j'

here i I order Hhall t be published once a m I" lit l il I 'ii- tilt, I I'.i" i.lford County. .'

*\ <.ok for Four, coii. $t'ruttvo I wweknWITNKHH 'I."hln. In 'ham''' II"x i > '
Jacksonvillenuilcllng permits i = my hand UB Clerk and .\ F. Kreink.ni. L' ;
totaled M h"< neul of ( hi1 nbuiiniviinl court: 1 Vuiplalnaiit. i ::, t'
\ issued here during February this the 31st day of March, A. L>., vs "

1878.762. .-:01: J. U. Jon**, et ftl. t
I IC.I.UK'I (-1. W. ALDEnMAN.Clorlc Defendants.NOTICK .

HTVTBMI>rTtOVVI'l circuit Court, Brad- ;] TD APPKAU IN SUIT 'to IIi
FfVtMIM/ ; (SHAL) ford county I'Mnrlda.! I Ql'lHT TITLE KTCTo : ,
iMjMHMonthly
.v. S. CHHW8 Florida' Railroad\ Company:!, a I'

Solicitor for Complnlnant corporation; James 'T. Hunter hat: .., :, II '
J financial statement of. 4-6-5-5-4 John Mcltao, ass Trustee* for the.. I
{ I ; trail ford:: county for the month of I I l-'lorl.la 1 Hallroad Company Mary J,' I. 1
]' MVUCHIn Mitchell James V. Jon** l > .lonaa.
1028. ,
March.
l.encrnl .'"...1" I\ ;nml\: Alice Jone*. his 'vli""l \:. 1). '..1 (\ \, ..

13a1. Feb. 1. 1HSS: ______ 11.111 Court T\vont --8lxll it Judltlal I lone' *. Jackson Jonen. Amiiiula .1,tong .P
-Ircult >
-i KeceuptH dtirlnir month 310.01)! : ( Circuit, Hradfonl: Cuunly: hiM wife, ; Mary A. 1... Chase, if "itherof .
r F-u----, 'Warrants during- month _.__ ICO.13 In I thn above are living or In existance. .J I .
1 Chancery.
lul. March) 1. 1 1I'2M ._____ h" 41.00$ t l>& ,!....h\V. Ivolley Who Sinus. his .. and If dead, or not In cxtlame \.1.I *- j !
I'uiiillul. her. their or Ita .
Klne nnil forfeiture .. I then to his. ,
P. W. Kelley,
I I Icw ._ 3J0.50 haul davlnees.HtiecejiHorH 1 ",
I l> .b. t I. 1928 ud Complulnant.Cain '11'11. lettateeH, irrantees.
_!! _* itecolptH, ilnrlnK mouth _____ 7118.6\1 legal representative* ur
I 'tVnrrnnl. .. tlin,'IMK inunlh _____ Z08.53 ,0 Strickland.< ..t al. assigns, and to nil persons firms i .,
lint. March i. 11128 .__ __..__... imo.as: I'f..n.lllllt... and ,..corporation( tt. who: tea' name rel-. ',: ,
Itttntl Fund Quiet d,,'uct' II' \place or uuHinvss' is unkn"w" -
In Salt lit
I Bal. ?pb. I. 11I2H\ _______2 3&.15Itecitlritn I :.Notice i to lrfntlnnl Title, lOtc.To : I to complainant I that t are Intort'Nted -

fliirlnomouth ___. -- ZDV.3OtVarrant \ I I,'lit,'I Ida ttuilruad Coniput u)'. acorliorutloll I I In thooo certain and i land or Inj '' 4I

during! month --- ; James T. Souter and \\1", of laud lylnir ,. h"lnl( '1' '
Llal. March 1 I. 19S8 . __1934.45 John Mcllae ns trustees for the Florida I riot. "tHtllt nf Florida .
dVHcrlbed. \ follow*: .
o"n"I..l'u..1 CainWtrU'k known and its I
______.. 22.43lecelpls Itallroud Company; / : tho NorlhweHt cor ,
Hal. Feb. I, 19 28. Iti c d. Cnlu I J.,.511': I 'k land and Mary Ct'iiimcncluir" at ,'
I1
Five (5). of a Sixacretract
%AI diirlntc iuiitliCrr&nts Strickland his wife.; Undid I Thrnrd.t'ulIts ncr of Lot ( ,, '
.... the Moiithrnat corner .. ,
"' during month Deiuilxon,, nml ora-Ann 11 of land In
'MO1,14 : lln. Mii..'li t. I I"X M _.___ 21.42 Dcuiilson It. hi is wife I : Sllax' Si'tl rhorough of NorlhcuNt iiuartor ot North- .
J \ "I ld. W,* .'....1.... eaiit quarter of Section 'i'tv,'ntv-nl., II .w.
1I11.11'II..III"lh; (leorne
; flaKLMD Hal Feb. 1. I'.UN _..__ _. 421.75 Itrltlon his wife(:leorire James J"". II. McKlnney: unit (!I'J 1.> TownHhlp HU (6), Bomb ItanimTwentytwo ,
.. 5ftWarrants I2ast. all recordedIn
19
c durliiK month) t22) '
KecelptH -- McKlnnehit. wife, .lame*
__ T.OO I'rtlny Ann "(1", I'airn 1101\< of
on
month I> ml Hook
durtnir Samuel, C.Lane : ,
1.. OatcH, John A. Irahum : ,
4. ., March t. 11(2! ) .. 4JU.3UAKrlcitllnral the Public record of llrndfori county
Hal. J. '! I, McLemon. >, John I D Mc- 201 feet i I
Kant In.
Kumt I.Hiiioit.. John It. Karl: .li' 1. .1 It \ Florida, and run
.4 for ,
., H..I.o'"b.. I I. l08! : ____ 42H.39 Karl.I Jr.. .1. C. Killc. Thitina ,V. on I tho North line of Bat.I tract %
Bant
Keci'lptM durliiM; month ?_.._ __ I 9.111Vl41Iflflt I'lttH ChnrleM HubertsV, It, I l.auo.F. .. point of heirlnnlnir. thence .
pQpTIAC durliiK, month ._ l&nonItul. KlcCnll I 9.1 a point within I 315 feetof '
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M 1..Iw"I.: 'tYIII
I. .Iitmiit's y..A'I
: :
I of I Lot One m
I 8"J1.114lIull.lh. \ cornel ,
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March 1. t 11'28.' .
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: CNt I llnm I II I I KdwnrdH. 14. II Denmark.Kdwnrd .. tract, I thence South
Six-acre '
Fund 'f Miild
___ ___ T.DO N. I Dlckcrnon nnd 'tt Ihnll"Y...., 183i\ feet : a .2
.115; feet
llnl. Feb. 1. 1928 u *' oline Dlt'kvrnon, |lila| wife; I It.
1iI 1- month I '" la"1 hence I North 315 feet I to a .point it CboKlnnliiK. 1'
ilurlnw
Heeelptw! --- Florldn Ijiml. nnd Imminent I part of Ix>tTliieu t. 'il '
" month belnur a '
,. 'Warrant ilurlim __--_-__ ..7.GOIo1ht. pit I n corporation I ; A '!rJ"t: \ and Four (4) of Hald Slxiiero -
: Unl. March 1 IBiS Hilt:ml. ThomnxV.: k m'I Isy: :\ I I t::1)1) Twumit -Nuts {t "-', '
/.llnll y "
.. of Florhtn. I Kelly William, L. Kelly. James K trait" In (0)\ Houtli of :' .' f t
t In Hradford ('.UI1tt, Kelly (I. II. Mary Shaw, ((29)\ ), Townxhlp Six l J ,.
April Ut. 11118! 1 Leoftlr\.. 'nl iMIW ollhcr of tTjo: nhovcare Itaniro Tueut.v-two (22) UtiMlllllKKTINilS. : .

: I *r.bv ocrtlfy that the forpttolnnutatcmnit .. llvliiK or In wxliitiinco, nnd' If : : !. You and each, of you tI ,
of tho U.celptn nncl wivr.runtM 'lt'l'd! ', or not In uxlHlnnco.. then tr hi*, ant hereby 11,1111.,1! that \ou have 5 ,
iI iMHUet. avalnnt I the fumlt olHrmlfnrtl h.i i their.. or ttn hvh'H I leKiitenffranteen I.....n made' ftMiiliintM. to 11 suit by .' '
pcmnty for I tin month ot dcvlMCVH $UiccoNNorn, lewalrepreMviilntlvps I Alex F. Kremkau: who IICK|| ..M In hi*
March 192S In Iron. ttml rurroct t< I ttNHtiriiH.. nnd to Hworn bill of complaint\ now on tIle .
the bent of UnnwlcitKA nnd htIfpt. :all;I I iierHoiiM. II m'I'.: :mimi: ciiipnriitlon:: : *. In I till* otllcu that he IH I the owner .

Ifipffl g g6ng Cl. \V. AI.HKHMA.V! wh..mm.. mime, residence or pluce ofbiiHlncHH (It 11 lie Cue Hlmple title I thereto, nmliHavn ,
: CJerk of th" C'lroiilt I'ourl. I IH unknown to complainant I a decreo renuivlnar I I clouds and I
lirndfiiril CU,,'lit V: .... ItiR title thereto and, forever, ,
:) <'! I that I arc I IntcreHtvd I In Hume "tnlll I quiet. HMIII.I t
_- nv r, A. KNUitir. n. land or parcels', nf luml lylnir, and rlenrtntr untl contlrmlnMT! the! anti'title.lu '
l belnir In ItradFord roiuity, "MtHto of I land to complainant, urireelnir -
( ....:II.II! 111>:.'011'1' I'Moililn t known nnd deHcrlbed ax folIOWH that complainant ban ami ,

"...-'\'It: hold. a tood and vulllclent fee MIIIIile Haiti' -

n"|)oi-t of I the Clork of rirenlt "'1110 MiiulhvaHt I 'iinnrter I nnd the title, uttHolute In decreeing tind I to Void '
Pourt In and for lirailfnril, County, Hi'itlioiiKl t I I iiunrter of tho NortheiiHtnuuricr .*, annullliiK I a miii title or ,
Florida) on ncroiint of Tnxen nKHemi-. of /Section 'I'w"mt I p-one (21)I ). any and nil cliilmn. right till ,
nml persona
Half of I IntereRt of nuv
'I'h.V.I
127. H"1I1"1'I'w"'y.-
..d for the \par therein. *
and corporations
Tux Collector Two (221.'i llrms
IIAYKCt.
M. W. 1C D thatvon
Oil!D Kit:
FUltrilUlt
IS!
> he Northwest quarter nnd thoNnl'lhw."t IT
Couitljl ri"|x-r
bill due Mar. 1. IUS ..._12.BRn.81Ity quarter of I itt. Hnlllhwr..t I I the Bill.I. defendant., named, or btMit. .
To 14.ril2To ( quarter .of Suction Twenty-aeveu not named" knownor unknown
show I nmt. collcriiMl non-rcMldont or othirwtsK -
this complete automobile bill. luc' Apl'lI1. in2\ 12,444.19 Jail. ctincealed:: : tho bill: of complaint :
'KrltMitliiriil' "110; Kant: hair of thn North...nntfimrtcr. do appear to on
bnl. due Mar. 1. 1KSH 12n ..9Hv ,| 'the North half of t-tie Honthonnt ( *o exhibited nKuliivt Seventh you.nay ,
To ,
thn' i
14.STo ha lf ofI or before M :
nmt. piillpflPil;I iiuartor and I tlio Nuilh I W."W2 the Clr- i
bal, lm Ai'i'll I 1. 1928 1241.40 I hiSmith half I of th.. Hontheiiitqunrtcr ; of May, A. before Florida
Itond mill llrl lic.. .* |}in..lN of "Section Twenty .nit Court of liradford County said: bill of { '
info home Hal. Una Mar 1.1928. 78OnA.74 T'lKht (28). nil being In TownnhlpSU to answer to the nirnliiHt you, I'
to exhibited
own collected 11t1.8 (lii, "South UaiiKe Twenty (20) complaint\ HO this court
your I My Hint which' u din-rue of l
1'allliin I I i
To bal title April I. 192S! 77,183.92: ''' ::: ;: ; sinlnt: ynlt.'l'Iie '
'tWKKTINO. entered
will be
..I...%'w lonnli Fund. I : : You and each of you Hrndfoid. County Telegraph, ,
Mar. J. lirjg 12RH.98 ant Meby tuitlfled, that you have .
bill due llrmlforil To .II".t.I., _.. 14.5(1( been! maile dvfendantK'" to a Kill I bv iinh>' .hi.ii' \11'I1..rk. dnolKnated. as k ',
hv nmt.bal. iluo fi April 1 I92X 1,244.42Cminly I DuvldV.' Kwllev wliox Initial. IHI ty, Florida, I I..* hereby which I thin. notice '
To .. the newspnnor In
hlHworii
In
HctionlTn I II. W. Kellv, who allnveN once a i
bat due Mar., 1, 19US: 25,179.( bill I I I of oomplnlnt I I now cm tile and order, snail be published woeks.VITN10.SS .
291.23 I In liln I olllce, I that he IH I the owner of week for four consecutive ;
of their ..oll"rt.,1 Clerk andthe
THE national automobile shows in They are the quality cars respective To fly bal.amt.iluo Citiitir A|>ill 1, I4.I'1928 Ii i iTo 24.K8K.37 : lie fen for.nlmpl a :ilecreo, I tltlo 1 removlnir( hereto cloiuln, andprityA \ neiil of" I thin my hand court 1938 as Hits! the 2nd 1 )

in' price- Mar. I, 11124! 71BOO 'Iml let I nli: title thereto nnd forever day of April A. D. AI.DKHMAN.riurk : ,
dui ,
J New York and Chicago were too far price classes. They range By hat.amt. collected) _. IS,Ol) clearliiK I and conllrmliiR I the title I In Circuit II IV.I ,I Court HrailSKAL _
702.00 I mimi derrcBlnic -
dun April 1. 1928 Maid 1 I laudH to complainant() a Florl.l.i,
from $495 to 5500. ] 01 lull 'l'. 4nl Hlih_Nc.lKitkl that til" comivlnluniit I IIIIHnn ( ) ford County ,
for moat Americans to attend. at-the-factory lull. du"> Mar. 1, 1U2S 1,3(12.18( away Tn cnlleftod ._ 280.110 tltU abHoliiln' tri. nnd to mild Solicitor for 4-fl-5t-54\ \ \
model of type and Hy Hmt. 1.' -11128 21.081.29 I..n.I..._. nn..l1l1ln.. nmt doclnrlntf volilmy L
Jut by clipping the coupon below, you They include 89 every To ilal Total due' I April"$, ..h-'I..I I Ilitiidl. ; anil;j'li'i.. illli.Ior"th', tiLl. or : I Ii J?
ami,
9.3(18.71( nf nil other perlonx -
111.\1' 1 1. IMS nlcreHt any \
kind. embody improvementstested To bill. du colb-ctoil I 14226To \ .. (Irmn and' coriiorii. I loom in bring a representative automobile They lly amt due' April I 1H28 ,220.40I. \, IT IS TIINIll-'l-'nilM: ] OltDIOUKI: ) \ I'
: bill (I. %V. ALllHIlMAM {'IuVk.I Hint )'ifll.i the Miild. defHmliints., nani-" Hereby notice In given under and
and proved at General Motors'Proving IW O. A. & 1..Z1.LI1I', 1,. I': u.l ..t< not mimed. knuwn or linKnown final 1 uvc'reeof t' -
how into home. .- I .:'nhHcnt,--con.,, ',l 1.1. mm it'Mi-. by virtue of that curtain )"' '
; your -- mode;:, lie Judge of
II" \1.1'1.14' "1'1'" 1"011 dent uI otherwlm'. do niiear> to the forecliiHiiro hy ,
Ground which, together with II1t'1'll'l ( 'r.NOT1CK .\ \ IIIIb bill of complaint. HO exhibitednKiilnfct the Hilth\ Judicial Circuit In and for ;
General Motors exhibited Florl.ln. on the
At the shows or he-fore Monday: llrii.irord. County,
I HIM 7th .r."nr": May, A. I D., 1928. hoforo :: 22nd day nf March. A. I It. 1928 la ,
the Research Laboratories is maintained IS IIISIU-MIY: tllVMN: thatT. 'the Circuit i I t 1..11 rt of I I Bradford, favor th. Fndarnl' I I"n'1".1 I < of Columbia -
,.
a complete line of automobiles"a .1. ,\14,'r hut Ii. Ilti lI.'r of TII I'erLincHte -, County, Florida 'to answer rto the and nwalnnt. t)I. T. Itohbltt 1
No. 17S. 4th[ day or August' : *nld 1 .lilll. of complaint" HO exhibited Amine KlKell llobhllt hl.. wife, Irene .
to assure continuous progress. A. D., 11124 bun.: I Hind I on Iii vert llk.tt for nxaliiKl you fulllnir I I\I which a decree Nlcohm anti Nick Nlcoln her husbnud -

car for every purse and purpose. I Itt I tax ii iii deed y otltce: to and IHHUU made thcruou application: : tii.acunrd.e of I this. court will be entered agaInst HlKlied. a ilefenilant* Special Mauler The will under offer '
you.
\ with I law. Hald eertltlfale ttinbi'acpH 'The Hrailford County Teleicrttph, for Male 1 In front of the South

I he following I Mvrlbud. property 'iiibllHliud I I I In 141 ml rim e, I Ilrndford I conn'V. I Moor, of the Court louse In Starke. 2f IP'
situated In Hruilforil' uuuiuy, Florida. IK )hereby daHlMrnated. a* Florida between II I a. m. and t p. in.on .
Florida, t,i-wlt: I the iiewnpiiiier, In which thin notice Monday Muy 71 h, I 1928 to the "
ofouthiveHt
KiiMt half of NorlhuiiHt, : $ quarter Hecilun 12 tuwnMllp for four ('..n..1. ( I lv. week*. ilennrlbed, proiiurfy lying
A ndpurpose"The 0, Houtli Hango 22 Kiiat. WITNKHH my hand. an. clerk and ami .belnK! In Hradford county Florida :

car for every purse rl 1\he aHHUHHiiifiit of mud '(property wu In ...."lor the above court thin the to-wlt: ., ( t
|tsiiett Bniithwftntquarter
under mild certltlcntn I'h": day of March, A. to,. I 1928. "' ..ulh..t. quarter of Mm \ ,
I'. lOfromnou: South half of SouthweHt f
the name of J. .- Cl. W. ALDKItMAN/: \ and tile 2 ( -
hu .
UnlasH ald certlllcate shall I Clerk Circuit u ..lIrt Krndi.SI'IAI. quaiter of Southeast quarterof 1 '

d....in ott Hci-ordlUK! I tn law, tax dmid of I I : .) ford. county, *IorIt1&t..A. Section 5. TownshIp:: 'rtJ South of,
The new (the 14th day ', half
briefly described below. will Issue theroon on S. 'ItlIWIf'oliIkr ItaiiK" 21 I Mimt.I Alto I''
are
General Motors cars Northwest (jnarterand "
Mav A. II") 1928.imtid A. for Cupiplnlnnitt. tIm. North half of ,
thin Uth day of April 4-6-II t-5-4, the North" quarter of theNortheast
comfort more beauty than quarter: : of !Section. 8, Twp ,
1928.
models offer more performance more D. (1. W. A1AIIt6tAN Court, 91 I tM'il'it'M t M' 1,1'1 7 South ItmiKe, 21 (Miint., contulnlnir '
rircult .
Clwik or I. .
4- wheel brakes. County F1..I'IdlL. 140 acremore J. I. vnMm
have
All Mrndford,
automobile history. and hy
ever before in 4-13-Gt-B-ll. Take notice that umier Special MuNter.M. 4it
final decree, entered
vlitue of 1 Unit
All have Duco finish. All are .' FIN l. ItlMl'II \liii II) March 281 ii, I 11128 hy I lion. A. :)I. AdkliiN M. jrillNS fur Complainant j ,
n.
bodies by Fisher. !MtTH! Court of Jlrndford Hollcltor
All closed are 1 JudKe of.(:Circuit : 3-aO-Ct-8-4 -
I County I fiiirma' 1 'in t limit tminnwherein

built of quality materials. And for their convenient purchase the Sixty timlertdKned I>ays after AI'"lnl..OI'.H.date' Krlirhum.. I thereof. deceaned. ,of- a corporation Paul I ,Hrothers and, I,. Incorporated II. PtirtrldKO. etHi. NOTICI4 ,,'n IllOIU'Oltl ANIJ it

Ktutn of Mary complainant" *. anil A.1Itny r
the and are < IIUIIITOKH! ;
low-cost GMAC Plan. wll present' my Vouchers defendant., In null. tn fore-
standard : : ; ,, arn
General Motors has provided the Final I account: to the I Honorable nf I lIruti.ford (1 l o- lardlner, County Judica deMcrlhed the un<1emtunnd' ; ciMtm'nful Notice Is hereby ami Pi, l j
A. County' Florida, for their approval MiiHter. will Hell for cunh, to creditors, LeKateeH, DiHtrlbutees t
6model.J95 to $5500. and ank to IIH dlMchariffd asmich the highest hl.blcr In front nf South all persons. having claims awalnstthe '4 '.
de-
$1375.. CADILLAC. % In Stnrke, lOHtuts of Kate LlvlnKton, Ii'' '
KHUHH
models. $1045 < the Court
Admlnlntrator of
CHEVROLET. 7 model, $495 to $715.' OAKLAND. 9 engineering "What," General Motors asked last year, ., 13th day of April 1928.B. door Hradford (' on Monday ceaed. are hereby. required. to pre- LI
Advanced This
Six. nU'sJoI7.: : ..authenticate
The All-American Cadillac? MATTIIKWS.AdmlnlHtrator. legalhttrs claims duly
8.
: the sent their 'im '
Bluer and better than ever before. 4-wheel ,lower and "can possibly be done to improve Mav 71 h. : A. (lardlner.County .
construction. Longer lamlM Honorable fteo. '"
following the '
and precision : models ot little, the to I
in the
br.kes. Longer wheel base. Still more powerful beautiful. Bodies by Fisher. Every con- The result I. embodied new of Mary Tl. Brigham, daceused lying and .heliiHT. In eountlen. of Itrml- Judire of liradfnrd County.: fl
Estate:
) oneyear
more the high-water within
engine. Luxurious Fisher Bodiei. Shocksbwrber brakes. New Duco colon. now on display representing 4-13-9t-l-8. ford and Clay of State of Florida, 1.'h>rl.llI. for his approval this e
New hood. New Duco venience. 4-wheel mark of Cadillac's long history. Sumptuous to-wlt: from date thereof, or and no- 4. 1 2

.print instrument panel and other Harmonic: balancer. bodies by Fisher and Fleetwood. 500 color: :VOTICI'lIn All Section 12; North linlf of Northeast tlc.. will be held In bur, the thereto Bald estate l ''
colon. New NnrtheaMt of Indebted tu
iiinrter| all pcmoii* i'
iuarter
salt .
prOvcment.. ALSO truck chassis: J.i-toa. combinations to choose from. Court Twenty-sixth Judicial North we..t quarter. HoiithHiint Lunarter are required to pay., their.*. . $395. 1-toa. $495. BUICK. 16 model. $1195 to $1995. Circuit u !lirudford County, South Vi, of H""thw.t, fNortheiint This
Northeast quarter i> / .
Section 11 .1
history. Electric Refrigerator Chancery. of ; .
famoui The
in Buick's FRTG1DAJRE- In
The largest value Florida. quarter Northwest. quarter March 1828uisonan!t. fr
PONTIAC. 8 models, $745 to $875.The Beautiful low bodies by Fisher. Getaway Genera Motor. has applied the processes It. J. Davis.Complainant.. of Hontlimixt quarter, H.iuHicantluarter C. Administrator.LIVINGSTON

lowest. riced quality iX." Improved from like an arrow from bow. Vibratiooless beyond which have mad the automobile availableto ( of HoiitheiiMt. quarter nf Section Llvlnitston.
Kate
of
VH.Laura Northeast Mutate '
example' : 4-wheel Famous 6-cylinder "Valve-in family. to the production of electric Thompson et at. 10; North half of ,,4 I )
radiator to tail-light. For belief. every VI Northeast nuartar' of NorthWest -23-10t-8-25\ _RS !!, : .
.
brakes, new OMR cylinder head. increased bead engine. Sealed-in chassis.' refrigerators. Frigidair! is the refrigerator I Defendants.Mult inlet Title. itc.NOTICIU : quarter quarter.:: Mfiutheimt :quarter of CHV.lt- J

power. locking device more luxurious Fisher made by General Motor. and it is now the : TO tu DKFHNUANTS:J AND Northeast quarter North half half ofIfoithoust ofSouthweHt %OTHI'l TO 11..01111 ITOIIW AM r

Bodies. Finished in Duco in new colors.OLDSMOB1LE. models $2350 to $2975. work?. laagesc; selling: product in its field. UltDKK Thompson: Laura D.Tholllp..UII quarter.quarter| of Went Section 15 1h ; -
LASALLE. 16 Laura De Fm ';
companion TO Samuel H. Thompson North Southwest quarter 1 III I hereby given to an _
designed aa and NotIce r
ftttt
10$1085. This beautiful car was DELCOL1GHT Electric Plants. Providethe Angelina. Weller. Miss North Southeast auarter of leicateeH, dlHtrlhutees and '
7 model.,$925 90 degree huoband. ; creditors $
Cadillac. Has V-type her S. M. Nor.on.AUlJu.h North half or or'hwAllttuart"r claim I against I I
car to devicesof MlH Section 14: having
EntIrely redesigned by General Motors the engine which has made conveniences and labor-saving O.V.. Van I'elt hurling 8. Wit.ier ..!- of Section 2:1: ; North tmlf, ofNnrtheaft all Vtate perHoris; of Henrietta Brown, new Oldamobile has earned the title of "The 8-cylinder fine of the world. the city for the farm. Electric light and, Von H.Kirn.Smith T. II. Canova quarter of flection 22; all the : are hereby required to present ,
car
Cadillac the standard water etc. Used in Fleming and !Ion J. O. Township 7. 1 South: Itnnica 22 duly authenticated I ,
Longer roomier in plants, pumps Canova : I In their claims I'
Fine Low Cost. Continental power P. 11.
Car
at Son .
and ; Hradford county tlardIner.
factory. -
The : A.
.
Cadillac In Duo.
Built in homes. Uuckenhelmer. TC: .Hl, and lying Honorable
more powerful.-.and the last word in styling.: more than a quarter-million .Warm, Simon llank of North 7'lmrida.Also to County the Judge nf Bradford .
.
: National
Fisher Bodies. 4-wheel brake. appearance. Raleigh Samuel. Ilubbard. Samuel Section. 7 of Towrmhlp 7 County, Florida within j'eY".
(All price. P. O. B. at the lactorie.) Carolina Ilubbard: Smith and Unuher Cat- Mouth, IlanHfe 23 Kant: lyIng In Clay from date hereoJ. or thin n will j
II. all
If and persons
J. Shlprnan. Florida.Paid thereto
,
ilrayblll, V. County held In bar
allnd A. InexlHtance sold! to satisfy be are requeHted I
above are I living or lands. will he Indebted to said estate
P
of the I'
either and If :dead or not In exls-I said decree.Rpectnl. CR1'WH. to pay their debts forthwithto .

COUPON lance, then. to hi*. her. their devisees or Its,! Master A. fl.In Chancery. the undersigned of Admlnlntrator.This 1928.
THE itrantees 30th day
CLIP helrmIvfcateeii leval representatives. or KNIOIIT A KNIOIIT, 8tarke, Fla.Solicitors J. C. TKRUKLI:
,
HUcceHxors all persons., firm andc..rpuratlon"b for Complainant. T-in.tt-ft.81 Administrator ) I
that would assigns, and tu 4-d-ot-o4
or products you residence ,
General Motors product who** name
below the .. _. unknown to ,
t Mark the coupon "I. IM )
on
all of them if you wish for the illustrated catalogues are so .:; complainant. certain/ ,- that- pieces are or Interested parrela. inthoiiH of- I FI : '


like detailed to see. to Check form a show in themselves. In your own home you may examine :\: ,<: -', :lirudford land !lying and county and described: being Htats an of In ollowm Florida Htark. ,, I, We con charge your 8 HR : J

as known YrS
Hlxteen
With the cata- ((12) of r lock \\I.
at leisure. lot Twelve and Company I < '.
point your Truhy :
by
line point of t.lvlnwNtun. InSmith's
the whole General Motors You will (16),* Addition to the nha'>fStarke I STORAGE BATTERY : t
entitled "Prindples & PoIicies.u Florida: I In (he Went :
k4ectIon'rwenty.elirht
will be sent free a little book of Northniixt quarter of. Mix 1 1Fla.
logues what (ZN). Township
and shows just I
(22)
behind the scenes Kane Twenty-two jr
takes South
for it you (8),
find it unusual reading, goodwiU. .,......t.JltFI'. and each of'you Starke_ ,
merit public You
General Motors is nd what it is doing to continue to are( hereby made: T1SJ: notified,defendants: that to you a have suit I Garage 41'Il

been II. .1. David, who alleges .
hroiiKht by
now
complaint
bill of
In hI. sworn .. In the \
Hald. gauSS, that h .
file In
on ot the fee 111m pie title thereto -:- -
owner for a decree removingcloudo = :- ---.o- -:-

MOTORS : and, pray quieting I title 1 thereto and ,
confirming the
GENERAL title forever Innald clearing lunda and to complainant I Il

complainanthas
that the
and decreeing sufficIent & CO.

foe Dimple and hold title a abnolute good aid and in declaringvoid and toaid J. R. DAVIS

.. lands annulling .
and all\ claim r rNthl
COUPON -- I any and
CLIP THIS interest <>( any I
tie 1 or .
and .rJ.'uratlun"
-
------- firms INSURANCEAGENCY i
uerxonH TIIKUEFOHB HED,
IT IS named -
GENERAL MOTORS (Dept. A).DtTO1t. Mich. That you. the named paid defendant known or unknown -

DPONTIAC OAKLAND a CADILLAC 0ttsatLaei or not concealed. non--resident
abnent
Isaac ofcsfcjarioa to me, yoorMotor. m..ced CHEVROLET or, otherwise, do appear tn the ESTABLISHED 1886
-.1, wlth.iit any Geaera1 produce or 0 BU1CK 0 FRIGXDAIJLB 0 bill of complaint so Monday.xhlbitedagainst the
about the pardcar on or before
bookletJ41TCU DELXXVUOIXT [Q you A. T>. lOIN before
with yood Q of May
LASALLB day
1th
ricbt--eopther
rodjuig lJa.we ch.-dbs OLDSMOBILE D circuit Court of Hradford countr -
the Florida to. answer the said l bill. STARKE FLA.I.t' .
s..Polf.cICII.-: against.
of complaint so exhibited ______ -
..deereert 4d UUil .
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: of worthless laws, if possible."- indication, the limit of law making Veterans will be held at the court- turned It down. This is an error", I I"u

Bradford Telegraph 2Sfli at Captain Mitch ,of ,the Stat "
County Times-Union. That would not be has about been reached In Florida. house on Thursday, April ,S :

for Memorial ser Farm. issued thaV'cbeck: ,to'.,lIJ'J! ,c S r.ayqQtl'd; : ... tl't la
a bad plank' r Florida candidates The people are now demandingthat 10 o'clock a. m. / lire/ t la
J I' 4 ,Established 187 ,. Crews and In ioiae' way ll'oJ
'Mqi'n .
for 4he( legislature to adopt.-Mil-, the next session of the legislature vices. All veterans are ,especially ? t A diecrsrgudgf, ) : 1"11"f-
-- -.-..- ---.--- ..-. -. this came In possession of the check, nl-It to: 1., ,I .."I
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be a repealing assembly Instead to be"present '
"i h Entered Second Class ton Gazette. requested It was then that Mr.\ Crews stop speitfollyCLKHK." "\)' .
Published Weekly on Fridays and as i of a law making body.- h '
-o-- meeting. ped payment on the check; given ;:h
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida Not having heard anything late Live Oak Democrat. If all the laws W. T. WEEKS, him by Captain Blitch.I -_.. 1'--1.1\1'\,

1 l' E. S. Matthews ___ _____________Owner and PublisherJ. ly from the chap! who was going tute not wanted books were would repealed be made, our up sta-of Commander of Camp. will appreciate the favor if I hereby a' ttnrry h
,
swimming In a school of sharks to you' will make this correction in Bradford\\ O ,

C. Robinson __-__________________ Managing Editor learn whether sharks bite, are we blank sheets. Still there are a lot ANNOUNCING FOR the next Issue of your paper. date Court.for I the 8h 'A""rls I" ,
Inter do? Macon Telegraph of useless laws that could be done COMMISSION: Ims \.ry'
r i to they Your very truly, everyone fm
---- ,,
i arway with.-Starke Telegraph. at the prima r'Npv
f
V lie did. They do.-Quit- Mrs. M. S. Hayes. IOp
r;' I' f SUBSCRIPTION RATE man Press Press. OooJ; citizens do not chafe under Three candidates are announc- served Tue..day.Tu. the ,.t to hn let

the administration of wise and 12 carloads already even, \ !In tW' .
in Advance Greensboro-- hog
Six Months 75*-Payable o county offices,
Yearly $1.50; Ing In this Issue for work and y f'mIW\
The gent who tries to beat the Kood laws. It Is necessary to call commissioners In districts shipped from here this season. the more. 'PI'''. "'.
t I Advertising Rates on Application. limited to the crossing Is the one ]! attention to the other kind that are. all for promise con "". I
and 5. Drew Reddish r"1II'
Xos., 1 .2 ,'
Live Oak
; books
on our statute -
who put auto in autopsy.-Florlda Is announcing from District 1, J, f'L L-t:
the best rainmakers known. State News But the fellow who Democrat. FOR 'r t t
New straw lids are G. Crews asks for re-election from Having be. !(

Y l o drives the limited is the fellow NOTICKAll 0- District 2, and L. R. Gainey Is VOTE FOR and I feeling ". r'hl'sm/u1 b,.
} hereby ,
am
!
who puts the topsy In autopsy.- Brooker -' 1
lIIy.
re-election from date for Olfl
seeking
Green Cove Springs entertained at bridge Tuesday. Miami Beach Sun. lector for Br, I "t.C"un'. ,.
wJ er those interested in Long district No.5. subject to th/ ,)
FRAZEEFor hemoery
iF oWe're o J. L.
next June !
" Iv The Board of Public InstructionIn Branch cemetery, located near A CORUECTIOV
' l to get one governor out of the seven candidates attend WIr
4 sure each county should have at Maxvllie, are invited to a

4t. !9 o least one woman on it. The interest meeting there on May 13th. There Moore Haven,-Fla. April 7th, 1928 hereby a"" "
I tate for thl Iii; !
; ; Secret marriages might be secret if they involved only one of her children is dear to awoman's will be preaching a splendid pro- Bradford County Telegraph Representative of Bradford -.,.1))or T4
r IFS heart, and she cannot gram, after which a basket dinner support of th I ,
Starke, Florida. ,
and If .I..ct".rlo'n.
( person. will be served. A collection will
i4 benefit her own children in the Gentlemen: dischargeor '
ti. be taken for the upkeep of the ace- 1e,1.
f pl schools without helping others.- la two articles carried In your i

'; The first step to take in voting in the June primary is tot Perry Herald. cemetery. Come early, bring dinner paper referring to the death of I: A XC"
and enjoy the day. HE STANDS FOR ;;;
register. pOne Miles Crews, one copied from the I hereby"?: 911Ea1P1
: H. D. Carter church clerk. ,
Bradford county farmer recently Jacksonville paper and the other i for sheriff of [ill 'Ifobp)'
o shipped 6,000 pounds of: Sect too the actl NtheM,
NOTICEA. from the Union County News car primary of Tin, :
Overheard one youngster remark that her music teacher turnip greens to New York.. If ried they state that Crews had given prom I".. the lilum-' lib' 'It
More State Aid for schools efficient law."ir t, rc/tr "'!
can't visit Florida ,, .
Yorkers -
those New (Maxle Moore a check and then '
said she must have hominy in playing. meeting of the Confederate Iy applied to : .i tndul
there is no good reason why port will bt i .,pprerle1H I

they should not enjoy our delicious -- W MlTt'H Ell!

d ,' Women ought make fine aviators. They are good on turnip greens.-Tlmes-Unlon Prohibition enforcement.Road I hereby am ,once-

i the "take off.-Times-Union. And in "landing" the male dldate for r" mlM>
the of sheriff of iradforooc;:
We once saw time when a extension without
4e ;t any elected I will, fir In ,&\
plane. woman could; take the tall of her p no pain* In the fall 4IMTF

o dress, round up 25 or 30 chickensand usr bonds. duties of the mice 1 pn
The more licit the
sign, enppon if (Ih,V
a 1 l Postoflices under Republican administration seems to be drive them anywhere she ensuing prlmar, R?
_W
wanted them to go. Now but few J F.PPI

handled on the cash and carry service rather than the civil ladles have enough cloth in their Creamof Amendment of fish and Foil 8UiMR\i-nn OPI It.

f little chicken, TIM
service. dresses to scare a I hereby announce thiiui

' much less a big one.-Dahlonega game laws. dldate for th tllrt ., ,
gk'I f f o of reirlstraflrr for finii'i': ;
(Ga,) Nugget.
Catts? is evidently of the latest type of preacher. If hecan't ----o- the If efforts elected toward. I will give my''

decision of the at- Local option on all cattle ties of this 'IP :nci'J.!
get hell out of a man's. system in any other way, he'llbeat The recent support at tit .Tun. prior, I
torney general that nothing could
He
it out. TobaccoCrop laws.
candidates
Abe given away by
COUNTY COMMH<
IO\E.
r C o -... throws down the gates for the I hereby am,: unit, arwl!

1 Mexican authorities bandits the first Scotch to enter politics.-Tarpon dldate for ele 'tlnr, ,c tiTl
:
sM1 ; are hanging on Parole by Judges for first county commissioner l fnrttiH

t tree they can find. Chicago could substitute awnings or lamp Springs Leader. From all reportswe 1, Lawtey.' thief. tinted liif
have, Senor Sidney Catts has duties of ""lIln! my 011Bdentlous '
offenders.
posts for trees. been carrying a little Scotch A37jrp" j'j'a attention.DREW Rwl KEJ

i o around with him since he started

campaigning for governor.-Miami Economy and honesty in COUNTY I hereby('O\lIIO\F.1 announce n). |
t air
1' Green Cove Springs presented a real city at the bridge Beach Sun. dldate for election a. "ne-l" :

' celebration It is but short ride to the Atlantic : mlssloner from Dlmrlctl
ro Tuesday. now a _n handling state money. county. If elected T wfflj
strawberry growers district and county the W
I
ecNn from Starke.L Plant City
'
vice of which I am .Apablf'
must stamp each quart of Inferior Paid. Political Adv. fully submitted. B l)
L 0
+ seconds before offering -
Fruit as culls or
i J,. The Fa-RAG-raphers will hold their third quarterly ses- to the local trade.-Brad- COUNTY "o'n..lo. .
POLITICAL I hereby announce rer j
flies in Ocala the first week of July and that city has started lord County Telegraph. It Is time dldate for re-eloetl.m .iwij
mlHBloner from district In I
protected
plans for entertaining the visitors. the whole state was Announcements elected I will 'Mtlnai cl
t I Io against paying big prices for Inferior district and Louny tbe..bl
r +'M. and cull fruits and vege- ot which I am .aimlil 1.r

Turnip greens in wholesale quantity must be a rare article tables. Why should the, local or Political announcements are cub I COUNTY t'ONMINl10nf(;
1 state trade pay as much for cullsas In advance. Announcements will be I hereby announce IIIfI'I?
judging from the number of state papers copying the for run until the primary at the following ldate for reelectionommlsBloner e
the northern markets pay priceslu: each, except district district 'tb.|
f.
news item about Lawtey's turnip "king." first class fruit? Dunnellon ; ounty officers, |5 eiujh-. elected I will continue tt|1
people Bradford count 1
}ri f o Truth. and efficient pert ornuun' 1 1
FOIl STATE) SENATOR
olllcH, workwfi.4
ties of the
Eustis Lake Region coins a new one: "Hell hath no fury _0 To the Democratic Elector of the .best inters itthiirl'
Northern consumers are enjoy fifteenth Senatorial LHstrlct of t-y. 2.CSG''
; s 1 like; that of a woman who buys a new Easier gown or hat and Ing beans, lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes b'lorlda. I renp ctfuUy solicit your :
i support for nomination In June primary FOIl COMIII!!SIOYEB
( then inda:: that her colored cook has one just like it." squashes and other vege- : as your State Senator for said I hereby announce ml"
.
Irish District which embraces the coun- candidate for re >l etlcomrnlHHioner e
Everglades
oil tables from the <; les of union and Bradford.BVERUIT: trot dtM\!
1, potatoes from several counties, M JOHNS_ Hampton, Theresa intent

,!I"t One:! reason newspaper men are usually hard boiled is that strawberries from Plant City, FOR REPIlESE.'TATIVE the If re-elected county. the will bent'.tln ern*

'' '4 l'' \ fWare frequently in hot water.-Eustis Lake Region. An Wauchula, Starke and Lawtey, I hereby announce to the public capable of. Isollc:7iurr..: > !
Point, that I am a candidate- for Kepresenatlve the primary JUlie 5th.
'4+ '} egg is the pnly thing hot water will harden, c, 6. t. roasting ears from Canal of Bradford County, subject O. W.H
from a to the will of
'r oranges and grapefruit the voters at the coming -
+ i FRED NIBLO Democratic Primary election to COUNTY 0"11O\8
0h' wide area in Florida and soon ; be held June 6th, 1928. In soliciting- I hereby announ tc.

/% *...... Confidence is the basis:: of all exchange.-Starke Telegraph hundreds of care of watermelonswill North and i; Photoplay) 'Director, vrites: your true and support.faithful I promlso servlc.-gtv.If elected me a, dldate rlct No.5.for county oonaprUum! ..,n,! M I I

+ And did you have confidence in when exchanged be rolling from trla.l. I will try to make my recordsuch New River. If ele. ':'"'I I'jj i
us you West Florida, with all kinds of that at the expiration of my faithful and niclent !pt''[
ed A To a;lPo.vig. picture'director' there is no comfort: term, will to well done of th. jB,',
with us, Mr. Robinson?Dunnellon Truth. Sure and we've from Central ; you ear roe duties
..
vegetables ,
fruits and thou good and faithful servant. work foe the l b..t nt t'
,; 4 not been disappointed Florida.' The program, goes on or luxury like a good cigarette. Such a cigaretteI 1 earnestly solicit support.. county. 11 T,I
sour
16",. month after month and year after 'have'found in, 'The I.uckyStrlke'-and: during- .-., BARNES, |

0 year. Florida is a wonderful the filming of big pictures like 'Ben Hur I smoked'Luckies' I hereby announce myself a candidate COUNTY I hereby atmouuct0my"I
.,)h ; There is a new and more dignified name for a book agent. state, agriculturally. Florida for the office of Representative dldate for reelection I Ie Icommissioner
'even 'tvhile directing' in the open air In the next Legislature, and District 5c t tprising
r' It is "publisher's that Times-Union. confidently rely of and NewT'
; representatives. We presume, now upon : support Brooker
o.o '
o thousands of supernumeraries, and never once the Democratic Bradfordcounty. f elected. I wilt contln..t'
printers could be called "typographical artists.-Palatka ex-Goverrfor people of Bradford Mung,
Rev. Billy Sunday, '
did I ever suffer from: J. L. FRAZEB faithful service
Times-Herald. What would call candidate? lardee and so many others, tell dolnK mj' bt''
9 it you a political 4 e.J A past; always '*l
throat irritation. after
!, us that the United States; is the / I hereby announce myself a* a concerned okln" same II
\ -o- candidate for nomination for the office of the people the
worst crime ridden nation in the as representative In the legislature my own personal aflftG{
Nothing pleases us more than to have our paragraphs worM Ie It not possible that It 6 "' from Bradford county, subject

+' C$ quoted by other editors, but darned if we aren't going to Is-so because we have more lawsto 6It, toasted" to:the reJo action be held, of the June Democratlo Bth. 1928.pri If- MEMBER 9e'IIOOL I 110taT'BIc'r

violate and we are piling them promise faithful and con mf
t charge the Starke Telegraph a salary if they keep on using s scientious service and respectfully I Hereby announce the "ai-
} + up year after yeart-oca.la. Ban- solicit the support of all Democratic as a member of and ,
r? & so much of our wit and wisdom.-Miami Beach Sun. You ner. If public sentiment is any voters. T. N. Iq;:NDRIK the from duties District of the No.offcs 2, mlattention '

should be more charitable to those unfortunate brethren who No Throat: Irritation-No Cough. COUNTY JUDGE If the support voten brerlnvd
1t : I hereby announce that I will be
nor have lost their sense of humor and have yet to attain the age candidate for re-election to the office a : e.t.'nr'beYa"urr;: R
4 C192!?,, 'The American Tobacco Co... Inc. of County: Judge of Bradford County -
wisdom.. A % : Florid subject to the Democratlo MEMBER CIlOOlBOJjJfl
CENT WORD Primary to be held June 6th. 1928. I hereby tt"" oil
rid o Your support will be appreciated. dldate for member I"
-
I OEOACJKDINKH No'//I"/,
r I "A fresh egg will sing rapidly when placed In water," COLUMN i e TAX ASSESSOR 1 promise of thecharge the dutle& of":r J

t says the Starke Telegraph. This faculty may be peculiar to FOR SALE-Ford touring, 1926, i I hereby announce. to th,"public Your support Is J lIollcl A.!BjulCOVS1ABIB.I"
that I
t am a candidate for the office preclated
*' */ that particular location, or maybe Editor Robinson of the model In good condition, with iI iI I of Tax Assessor: : subject to the will It ,
of thevoters at the !!
comingDemo
a' Telegraph has a highly tuneful ear.-Times-Union. Wish you three good tlre>. $125 cash. cratlo Primary election. to be held Friends of H Auj. plc
John Kellogg. 4-8-Zt I June 5, 1928. In asking for this otllce I method of announcing
'
i fellows would lay off until we can get hold of the author of I will say that I am thoroughly familiar I for constable of Ju.tf e :kltf,

that singing egg article. If it was in the Telegraph it's true, FOR SALE-Two Ford worm The most Valuable Car thereto with, and the promise duties. If pertaining elected. I district.the voters No. II, endh&OV 7/.T ,n',"maof 5,1NoTICE ,
drive trucks eheapv .Q. M. Sis- will discharge the duties of said office mar to ho
,( of course, but we don't believe it. trunk, Starke. 4-6-21. in the same personal-emclent
and courteous manner that I have
f the collector's duties. --
o -and will be on '
FOR SALE-Tomato plants and ::1 the job when you come to make your the Circuit Cooisi
j t Only 22 counties in Florida used more fertilizer during sweet peppers for sale.. F. F. I returns dive me a trial. I will appreciate Judicial In Circuit of fChancery.
t It, and will show my appreciation !state:
6j j February than Bradford.:-Starke Telegraph. Don't need Flume. 4-1&-21 ever offered for the money solicit your by my support.work. I earnestly ford County. rark.svs' '"

the stuff in Palm Beach county( Huh?)-Palm Beach In- FOR SALE-One modern automatic Il Most Sincerely E. W. HATES Bank of Pla.lntUf Winter

i dependent. But Uncle Ben, tourists do not require fertilizing; 20-gallpn water heater, l I hereby Announce-that I am a candidate W. L. Jeringan, .t eL.

'' strawberries do.-Starke Telegraph. Son, if you think tourists new and complete. Cheap. Qulg- i for reelection to the omce of DefendsnlsMortgase Fur"
ley & DavIs. : county assessor of taxes of Bradford ] pruUI.J
Palm Beach raise down : county, Florida subject to the STATEDOF or' ,
i are the only crop county can come j wishes of the voters at the coming yLORID p0 j

here and view the landscape o'er.-Palm Beach Independent. FOR SALE-63 foot lake frost primaryelection: and: solicit your TO: W. L. Jernldan
lot on Klngsler lake. A bargain. support. In asking; for re-election. I nll'an.
convention dates dad and do so on a record of courteous, ef. GREETINGS: h'
Expect to be with you on press you Quigley & Davis. j flcient and helpful service to.the Jt &' from C.
Attorney
may expect some Bradford county strawberries to grace your VNOTlfER( PIANO SACRIFIC ; people should you of favor Bradford me. T will county continue, and .: the herein Sled that for yo of r"r. r\ti d.

to give you that same helpful service nnn-rellidenl"d fr.'"g
i table. Due to Inability to keep up pay- I have given la the past. Very respectful Florida 01" your tha' ,..
y ments, have a high grade jr, and It appearlnlJ a<'
we pI-
o THE ,
PERFECTED N. P. WAINWRTC1HT W.the State oferlorldasaid er.
ano In the best of condition, of ed

turned back to us. This Instrument 'I' SUPERINTENDENT' : PUBLIC INSTRUCTION F. B. J..rnllJlln'knI (

y PENS we can sell for a rare bargain In announcing; as a candidate for TWnis TlIEREFOR'app!!
I [ FROM OTHER .11 giving terms to reelection to the offle of Superin that you be and
respon- WHIPPET tendent of Public Instruction of Honorable Court pme II",
sible parties. For! full particulars al Bradford county, I promise, if re- May. lU8, the ggt:
t elected., the same faithful perform- enth day of MaY. j Bl.l
I address Ludden & Bates f-'
,
S v ------- ance of the duties of this office and there. .to answer!5> the.rtr
Atlanta, Ga. it. I to maintain as grat an interest In ..lalnt herein /lIed.' /ho I
Congressman Green takes flight the girls, but smoking and drink-I the welfare of the children during certain Ia' Chattel pop
the next four years as I have In the
with Lindbergh.! Green always dU Ing haven't yet made a mad out WANTED-To buy 6 to 10 room past. I hereby solicit youvote.. wherein the said> 0 COAT
A ,house with from one to 5 acres g. B.: WIUOIN3 procured a. Writ
I have "high Ideas" and we know of. a boy.-Tampa Times. Do of aid of. fOl'ec108u"r.C ltt""r9rt..e
ground. with
Something
It to be a fact.-Brooksvllle really think U will have this I "* ** I II
now you shade trees suitable for chick- QUIGLEY & DAVIS dldate for? the AnIlCltlfto.otto* of;;myself Superintendent cans, .d In-th."d.ld, Chaelse r ttlerein
effect 6n Graham
Journal. a girl. ?-Eustis of Public -fall not't aLvenfesso
rg ens and garden. Describe fully Instruction of Brad' will II '
t 0 Lake ford County, subject Y'
of
totilaaction omph'lnapU
o Region"tee and name, price In first 'letter. the primary June 5th. t earnestly and the
Starke Telegraph states that gossip --
1 Address Homeseeker. care Telegraph solicit your vote and support and if :
; is woman's existence. We'd Candidates running for the leg- elected I promise In return? a fair sseapgafour1
e Starke, Fla.. 4.13.3t'FOR and Impartial
hat to have to live on it. much as islature In Missouri is delightfully affairs of the administration office, devotingmy the TelegrW |

9 we like our "eats."-Dunnellon plain In his campaign statements.lie RENT Hampton Service time and energy to the advancement return )- .
of the cause of education. .d. .rto; o..b
t Truth. says in his announcement: Station at 175.00 per month. SeeJ. Respectfully. \r" ; the ort'l
a\ov.\;
'
styled V"
._ a_ "The first thing 111 do If elected P, Dickinson, Hampton, Fla. A. J. ORIFFIS the hereof thl. end ditY. AJ-rl'_

I It may work differently with will be to knock hell out of a lot It* I respectfully announce that 1: am 0 era C
a candidate for of SEAL) )
J ::1'I ut Schools County (
.Superintendent subject to tt6t6a -..



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