Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02331
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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rLOR SPOKE \ Address Delivered On : DISTRICT In AutoFata1ity! Shippers Ask For

"RE MONDAY 1 I 'I ADDITIONSThe More Iced Cars f :

.- Col. Washington, May 1.-Heprt'llen-1 4
Memorial Day By
Governor AtMrcswsnr tative H. A. 0 rt't'Iot Florida was
.I K. for : 'Vash Inlton, May 1.-Florida- L '
\ ,I/I'd Audience at latent addition to Star'ke's I exonerated, today\ by a. coroner's I
strawberry shippers through the :
Courthouse. L. Gaskins : business district Is the construction -I Jury Inquiring Into the death of
Perce Florida" Traffic\ ,Burean. today p
$20.000 concrete and n. DoiuildHon street far
I pf a JAmes n
ot Largo,
, ic.lm Taylor urged the Interstate Commerce 1,
leiI' Call street, who found In nn
I plate! glass building on switchman was I
initv, candidate for govwI Commission to order rnllrondi. and f
i facing the courthouse The building Injured I rendition by (liven In ono
Starke Monday and involving' as It did the great companies to fuinlith uf-
In and court, express
lf. President, Veterans last 4
Miss of tho capital
Bradford ot sovereignty and national \ will be occupied\ : by the localFord of I lie street (

ti(", ,i gathering of Daughters of the Confederacy, Issues when the very Is- l representative.: J. W. Andrews Saturday! night.After \ I Orient refrigerator exprens cars
courthouse. Independence, sold hat will enable them I to compete '
at the of Ihe inquest \Mr. Green "
i i"fl Ladles and Gentlemen: the allegiance ot the Jr,, and will consist a I 1'
Introduced by Sen- tine Itself was I showroom and filling station that he ha'.! told the jury that Lie ; with growers; in other sections who :
,,1"1'>i was The Invitation which your Chapter to the Government under large
the strolland have such service. I t I
found Donaldson In I
and storerooms had
, an old friend of tbe'court was on front, while a garage ,
H' Knight has given me to speak' on this whose authority will be located In the reur. picked him up and took him "The record seems to emphasize i

n $nd.ua: who has served for occasion is an honor which I prize created and fnnctlonedVar alone Mr. Andrews Is In Miami this week to hospital whore he was treated. \ hit tact that there Is great need .,;
of that great
, ,irs ,n the house and senate < most highly, and which you may was the final arbiter and could not be reached to confirm Ureun mild that he had stopped for more elasticity( or spread In our

spoke in a very be assured touches mo Deeply. I Issue. and buckets" the Traluc Bureau's
Ini ,mil he the report but It l In understood his rur to let street car puss
, mi'uuiry' manner ot the qual-! have always felt a very close and For eighty yearn the Nation contract for the building hats was Just starling up when a parson brief nId. "We need a syntem pro- 'L '

. fl,h IIi Senator Taylor for the I Ii I sentimental attachment to your drifted on In this iloiul of doubt already been let. on the sidewalk hollered at vlitod ax will allow the free movement '

;lii-ii he seeks. I I' Chapter and the highest' respect and uncertainty. No conflict arose The garage building on the corner I' him nnJ he stopped, Immediately.Donaldson of our berries to such? markets ",

i ,undldate himself expressed JOHN 8. TAYLOREXHIBIT ...land I esteem ton the good women among the varied n nl, diversified of Mudlxon and Walnut streets, ) wns lying In the street as Pittsburgh, Buffalo. Cl ve. :

lief that Floridians want to I I constituting your mem bersMp. My: Interests of the people ot gravity owned by Freeman Register will Immodliitely In his path he added, \land, Detroit, Chicago, and St. ,

lit man best qualified to fill ATSTATE \ nother was one time your Presl- sufficient and Importance so vital be converted Into a comblnntlon and lie picked him up. and carried I Louis." -

ivernor's. chair and declared lent. and until her death, was as to bring on the final test ot showroom, / and filling station him to tho hospital I I The North Carolina state corporation I

.andldacy has been and in ardent and devoted believer and blood and lire, until slavery presented garage early commission told the com'I.' .
,,1s I work to begin/ at ait
based wholly upon that FAIR worker in your organization. I the Issue. The brave and date,, The building will be enlarged CIRCUFf COURT mission that tha strawberry growers
Ir a
, 'that he has not and will not I im sure, therefore, you will ap. unselfish men of this nation met and I the front will be of of that state are forced to meet ,

win votes by stressing the Bradford county will have an exhibit [>reclate my own personal emotionn the issue, with equal faith In their A filling station will MONDAYThe competition from sections enjoying
0 glass.
Plata OPENS I,
opponent. coming to before yoU on. this opposing convictions and with appeals express carload refrigeration service ,
Its >")f any the state fair next winter, I occupy the corner of the building.
at the I
Taylor discussed his rec- occasion to join' you In reverence to the same God and in eHtlmnteul cost of the remodeling In their natural matkct and
ator for six if plans made by a committee of living and Imploring III s The court restricted In the makes which I
1 a public official I ind( homage to the men, same prayers, and addition will be 10000. spring term circuit are

as county commissioner, the Exchange Club are carried lead, who fought in that great strength in the might of their con Hid are also being called for for Bradford county convenes they can reach ; ,

terms as member ot the out. This committee was appointed -J I ause ot which they were a living victions. The Issue was determined Standard Oil Company for the construction \Monday morning: wit h indications The commission is now conduit-. i I

and two terms as state senepreBenting at the meeting Monday andwill I at Appomatox. The verdict I of a filling station on hat It I will continue Intermittentlly ing an Investigation as to the reaHotmbleneHH .- '
part.This 'II;
his native coun- commission day very appropriately Is was written In the blood of men.I Temple avenue. south of the high through two weeks. The case and adequacy of the ,,,,
the county work with the county the memory of the or assumeto I Ralph Glover present freight service on strawberries ,
Hlllsborough\ and agricultural dedicated to would not attempt school building, on the property State of Florida. vs
Dellas. which was carved out ers and the county creditable lives and the account of the deeds detail the suffering and horrors purchased from F.. W. 1 Hayes. has been set for May 14th and It In carloads from points In r';

o western end of Hlllsbor- agent In getting ready a Bradford of those great patriots whose unselfish of that great conflict, when I see These bids were secured some two Is expected the trial will occupyseveral 1 Florida, Georgia Alabama, North .; ,
I' exhibit for the county. and sacrifices in venerable and South Carolina and Virginia,
struggles before me these known Just days.
awarded a cash prize I here weeks ago but It Is not T
told of his activity in efforts county was best agricultural war have gained. preserved and soldiers, the veterans of that terrible when work will start on the new For grand and petit Jurors the to various Eastern. points. -
the .
[tier the condition: of the hor- and a cup for fair several handed down to us this great and war who saw with their own building. following thirty-six names have ;

ural and agricultural indus- exhibit at the state for the past few noble Government we love so well. eyes and suffered with their own C -- been drawn to report to Judge Ad- TO j-j'I:

stressing his advocacy of years ago, but failed to have an To us who live and enjoy' in this bodies and souls all the tortures MKMOKIAI.; DAY i.XEItCISii4Memorial : kinK Monday at 10 a. mt: NEW ROAD

j educational advantages for years the county to again great land of ours the blessings of that conflict Green, Lorenzo, Norman, T. N.,

Florida school children, and exhibit. It Is the represented plan at the ot peace, freedom and happiness, You, noble veterans, who passed Day, a day of gentle Edwards Joseph W., Waters, T. JAX NOW OPEN ,

with other planks of his plat- have Bradford and' If possibleat this day is given as our occasion through the VallaV of the Shadow memories and loving tributes to W., Ward. E. J., Matheny, M. P., tj, '

in detail. Ills talk here was state fair each Florida year Fair atTam- and opportunity to profess and of Death and were spared by the those who gave their lives for theircountry Edwards, Lacy J.: McKinney, J. A. Although not-( yet complete thenew 1, ,

received, he being heartily the South publicly acknowledge our great Almighty to join with us this day ; a lay: set apart for strewing J., Jr., llonley L A., Grliru, 0. It., state highway between Duval j ,

uded from time'to time. At pa. i and everlasting debt of gratitudeto In reverent memory of your comrades the graves with flowers for Kalchreuter, L. II., Padgett J. J" and Green Cove Springs Is j

) Delusion, Senator Taylor was THURSDAY hALF HOLIDAYS those who have given us these who have gone on before, want of a better means of testify Thede, Rudolph R., Edwards, A. county traffic. Tho Duval Engineering : r r ,

red by his friends that he blessings. To every well meaningman have lived to see the glorious slgnlflcance'of ing love, regret and tender recollection A., Ronfroe J. E.! Colson, C. H., open tor which had thecontract ;

il receive a good vote In this We, the undersigned businessand the debt we owe and are that great struggle, ot was observed In Starke under Crews, K.1 T., Stewart T. C., Rosier. company Is rapidly completing the

0. professional men ot Starke, here to confess, can be- measured which you were a living part. Let the auspices of the W. T. Janice Andreu M. H., Wynn, which will mark the virtual

to close our places of business only In the terms ot the blood and us who were spared the horrors Weeks Chapter, U. D. C. Lacy J., Matselh!! MV.., CrewS, project completion of state rond No. 3 i
HTMl; : BEFORE agree brought to us and who now houses were cloned C. H., Hitch, 1 ,
: each Thursday afternoon suffering which of your experience The business Stanford I.., Ilouerts, the Georgia line at the< St. f i
TAX COLLKCTOUlose : blessings. fruits ot your hour for the exercises, J. U.. (Jrltm! from t'
1 o'oclock p. m. beginning these great prosper from the during the I Herbert (i., Boyd, bridge to Orlando,
'Thursday from May 17th, and continuing Inthe life of the Nation, as In' toll and suffering, here and now and the citizens and pupils of the Nelson T" Newsom, (1 I. n. flu(sit- Marys! river Hathaway; announced' (

[ who failed to register through Thursday, Sept. 15th: the life of man, the things really take.council .of- true significance Bradford High School assembled IIIHOII, A. A., Kite, lieu Register. Chairman that this road
months ago
the supervisor of registration worth while are to be had only at of that great conflict, and In the large auditorium of the l Freeman, Cinwford, Zary C., iicvural of the ,
SIGNEDf first primary
the !!!
T e the books closed Monday J. M. Alvarez.J. the price of hardship and sacrifice. I give expression of our gratitude to school to hear Col. Ousklnn' ad. White, Olin W,. 1'enla, Allen ."., would roads be to bu finished.' The new

their poll tax and registerthe be Bald with truth and the Irlce ot our auJ to honor the soldiers, .John Allen, tate *
piy and W. White & Son. And it may those who paid dess Ilowprs( J, I n., cuts off sewn mlloH between
tax collector up to the merit of any of the War --- road '
that dead and living, ---
19th. DeWitt C. Jones.J. accuracy, blessings.The I both -- ami! Green Cove
Jinn Saturday, May national accomplishment can be Civil War was the confirmation Between the States and the World l.oe.I.IS: HCFI"I'US1"UO1 : 26

will dose on that date and F. Klckllter.Manning.P. measured and valued only by the of our National Unity. The war. Veterans of the J. J. DIcKlson si-: iiui: : HTOIIMF. u Springs./: The mileage is now one at ; I Ijostor's
J. C. bridges,
.,isi\ nance' to quality for vot- McMillan. sacrifice and the hardship Involv- blood and lire ot that struggle Camp U. C, V., occupied reserved, -- miles. Two new the other at
In iht ,June primary will pass. ed in that accomplishment.. into permanent texture and seats, and us they entered the F. Stump, who has a depart Inlet and for ,
fused ,
F. Stump. opened
Fred been
III name la not on the list, at- Sternberg. This great Nation was born ot final form a National Government auditorium, the large audience ment store In 1 KuHtlB, had hiM stock Black creek, have travel. ,

n.> the matter today. Nat war. The national accomplish strength and grandeur of Its and retnalnd standing' until of goods damaged by the heavy some time, facilitating
Overstreet.P. of the arose to Green Covo -
.. Chas. 70- road
ST.TlNENLAI6E1)tic -- : J. Pearce.Independent. ment of that war was great; yet, component parts. Just as the Nation the veterans were seated. rains there last Friday when a The state been constructed In ,,
UK; building has
Store.Marguerite's it was only as great as the human was brought Into life and; being The stage was decorated with a mile gale unroofed the Springs and taps a suction of L

i sacrifice involved In that accom- the travails of war, so by wreath of beautiful flowers, tastefully and flooded both \floors of tire record time '
of the new Shoppe. by having a speedy
the Installation he that U
the Revolution the Mr. Stump stated I ha state '
ot of
& Furniture plishment. The war It confirmed to permanentand arranged while flags buIlding '
necessary Hardware was
It was found Starke war ,
nglne inorchaudlso
ot development
doors Involved bitter years ot Irrevocable unity Confederacy and of the U. S. added had a $20,000 stock the
:ir out the old entrance Co. and that ha was South of Green Cove Springs .
where men the The decorating at the time,
struggle, between
Bank. blood and conflict their patriotic note.
of the op- County ; This great with St. Aug-
Increase the height Bradford tornado Insur. road connects .
and died for national freedom viewed In light; ot committee were composed not protected by stab
seat fought States when and
driver's ot Starke.W. ribands bridge
K two feet. The Bank stores In Eus- over the '
J ot his- other ustine
the !MldUletyn Several
principles In Madge
great alll e.
consider- and those the subsequent events of Misses Olive Ray, county i -
Is Illffe. Clay
machine J. fronts road from /
he new which of glass the county
Ethel had the plate
self-determination one Matthews, tls 4%
truck national the Nation Florence '
the old Dros.Southern tory of at St. Augustine
than on Hoover
higher the world In in all C. White and blown( In by the storm. to the east -
proclaimed remarkable George
wars Mrs.
there was not sufficient clear- Grocery.A. were the most Orlflln( through St. Johns county. FromSt. '

between the doorway and the M. Darby. the Declaration of Independence. history. A great and powerful nation Mrs. Bynum Perkins. AMKX: A U.INIMHATK: i Augustine tho state road to -
the .
devotion, itself.Men of the Methodist
Pressing Co. By th'e unselfish was divided against Rev. E. M. Hooks, to Duval county, and
T'S seat. Steam JackHonvllle
and bravery of those great, blood, and a common made a feeling prayer ,
the same church state
M-C Grocery Store. courage ot W. F. Allen of Tltiisvllle, a. short strip In
rs J, L. Corbett of Plant City F. C. Holllngsworth.W. and noble patriots who fought and tongue, were faced against for the people of our country motor vehicle commlusloner, will has been open for several : ,

bus been visiting her parents M. Edwards. won the war of the Revolution each other as toes. Families, and and asked for Divine guidance In be a candidate from the state at county, A triangular drive has J
and Mrs.\ J. J. Rlgdon, for the R. Johns. our Nation was born. even homes, were divided In their our government. The singing of large for member ot the Democratic made available. .i
S. been
month returned home today, F G. Hemingway.C That great war brought us Independence allegiance, and. fought In opposing the pupils of the B. II. S.--, underthe \ executive committee. The thus Green Cove Springs\ a

was accompanied home by herher II Clark.G. ; but our States as a armies. There possibly was nevera direction of Mrs. A. Wall, Democratic national convention Prom highway connects the Clay' .s

and sister-in-law, Mr. and II. Bennett. National entity were more theoret- war fought with more bitternessand was Inspiring, and the quartetteby will be held In Houston, Texas this county seat with Starke, the Braifor ,
of Jackson- than actual. Our National determination\ than A. Z. Adkins, J. 3. state
Arthur nigdon & P. Store.Dra.jtord ical ferocious Mesdames seat, and links
T. County Telegraph. strength and unity were tried and the American Civil War. No people Butler, A. K. Wail and Miss Ethel year. county with the state road .
tested in the second war with England ever suffered or sacrificed more OrlHln, was greatly appreciate-: by \V.\NTH PCKMSIIINUS: IlKTf: UN- road No. Baldwin! Starke and 1'

( tare will be an organ recital ICK )1.\1>") WITH HEAT and later In our war against than those who waged this terrible the audience. Mra. J. 8. Duller Kit < through -I

Community Success lu these two National life and existence the company with, two Gainesville. ,
I l'nmjy Farms local :, \Mexico. conflict. favored and county construction
rh next Sunday at 3:30: p. m. F. J. Pattee has secured struggles added some measure of were at stake. That great beautiful vocal numbers. Mrs. All persons who have chairs, The state perfected a network ot ,

Mrs Berg of Jacksonville agency for the Icy-Ball refrigerators -, strength to our Government. Yet i and vital Issue of States' Rights Butler possesses a lovely voice, and dishes, card tabl
ilr. everal selections. Allr and has two of the boxeson for some eighty years the Nation was Involved In the outcome. Each local. music lovers are always de belonging to the WolitanaClub roacla. accessible for expeditions

| ot sacred music will enjoy display In his place of business existed, with trials and vicissitudes side fought with all the bravery lighted hear her sing. of Starke are requested to return area morn and development.

opportunity of spending an next to the Experiment Station office. causing uncertainty as to its unity and determination that faith and JIIIAmelia.. Hay, president of them to the club building at traffic .----- _

Irma hour with highly trained The principle Is new and No and 'Joubt as to its continued existence conviction Inspire in the human the local chapter talked on the once. -nUYHT JENGStEV iI

alit' ,' musicians. actually makes Ice from heat. until the great crisis came heart. Every man fought for the Origin of Memorial Day, among -

electricity is used, the only requirement In the 60's. righteousness ot a principle, as other things stating that the date The following young ladles from. .. M. Gray, road contractor, has r '

of Woman's being the heating of the The Government, which, was set him the light and wisdom chosen because on the 26th\ the Starke Christian Endeavor attended from Edward Burns the i' _
ula:; meeting God ,save I was Lake purchased
Will and replacing It In I the war of the Revolution principle.The Albert Sidney the meeting of the Burns propertyon '
9th. day on the
) \V Jnosday, May ball once a up to carry to Interpret of April, jot adjoining
to evening:
Ire on food preservation. the box and It Is good for 2* !' and which functioned\ Immediately war ended, and with the end Johnson surrended to Sherman at Duller Endeavor Sunday Ilut- Klnguley lake and will start '
for cooling and manufacturing after Independence was With peace came and a large number Misses Patricia Lambe, Edna home there
Li' amended. Hostesses 36 hours of came peace. Raleigh, N. p., building ft summer '
D. profess to have that principle of given an hon to, Elizabeth: Williams, Beatrice few days. Mr. ,
if 'noon: Mesdames N. ice. won, did not even the vindication of of soldiers were Carrie within the next

nw'ht., n A. Weeks T. 8.Jliami Wardell left I'I any sovereign power superior to Irrevocable national unity which orable discharge from the army. Bulleu, Helen Mersoreau, Gray, who surfaced road 13
1\. W. Dorothy Lambe. has
constituting bad and
Mrs. States beautiful tributeto Uglow
and Confederacy county
Vivian Saunters Mar- Mr. City, that of the several the people of the Miss Hay paid a through Bradford;
F. L. Wednesday for Atlantic Union. Even with the fought for four long of the Confederacy here who will be
McCormlck W. L. Wall, the N'I the opposed and the soldiers last Friday many' friends
Herberth where they will spend of the Constitution where and bitterness. The the World War men. Two cars were wrecked of his Joining the
ncr H A. Tucker and J., Warden adoption years of blood and also to near. pleased to hear
Mr. to the irrevocability surrender of Jack- morning on the highway Mr. Gray
months. doubt as with the L. Gas kins, colony.
h titer park arose grave that came lion. Perce Kingsley Lake
amusement peace tell
large of the Confederacy masterly Starke during the rain which. the
charge ot a supplY I and premanency of the armies of the sonville, delivered a has the contract for
with him 0. I States, and God willing address nearly all day. Slippery pavements Springs to
carries the
.and- address-thll
little daugh- &nd be between final Worthington
Fred Sapp and literature for alliance was memorial for road from '
I f Lorraine, returned home Sun. of Bradford county I IdistI'l there was great uncertainty as to -shall be aujBternal peace. appears In full on another pageIn were given as the reason of the Ralford, In Union county, and that .L
Lees bu tlon. I remaining In Unity betweenthe of the Telegraph. The the accidents, occupants within a taw weeks
after a weeks visit In the sovereign power The covenant .of this issue minor Injuries. work will start ;t
constituting with the unusual Interest cars escaping with -
Is the guests of Mrs. Sapp's parMr former the Individual States States was sealed audience listened with -TUKSIUYSidney ; ,
C. Darlington was an and died address, as CATTH IIKIIF.
E. Rights
State's fought Gaskins'
and Mrs. E. E. Stevens Judge Willi a the Union. blood ot men, who to Col.
Tampa being urged -
by municipal judge ot I the very inception of convictions on I in Starke and lived Starke fishermen are -
home from tfielr opposing born
y were accompanied and issue tor he was for
Starke :Monday It remained. an national exis his graduation not to wait until the first day J. Catts, candidate
lltI'lauirher to ot
and visitor Mr. Government. Issue until
land Mrs. Robt. Stevens Club. the this great here fishing Starke next
Exchange and tor- School of the season to secure will speak In
of the settled High open ,
it was Bradford governor
Klngs- until
Mrs. Kathleen a guest to arrange Issue tence. trom toe ,
St.arke be obtained 8 o'clock p.
ot was In at Appomatox,, and Divine wisdom Princeton University license. They can Tuesday May 8th, at
all determined
Darlington attended
tor blessings
|and Mrs. E. E. Stevens date over The later Judge
the county
day here for a speaking after the Union was the outcome of that great and has achieved distinction at any time from m.
burg, who spent the Jacksonville eighty years ot 16th -
waybright of to us, He alsoserved for the season opening May -
Mr. Senator hlath' formed. conflict have been revealed the legal profession. Bellsarfo of Gainesville
and Mrs. Sapp. for Mr. In I March 15, 1929. I B. 11. C
the World and closing
campaigning that great of the
of In t
who Is Waybright will By the very nature even within the short span with honor: sales manager for the Delco Light

fS. L. A. Davis having been Senator the next I Issue of State's Rights nothing lives of those who struggled so Alachua and Brad- s -
bad In
within Mrs. J. J. Rigdon, 1 Company
Speak Starke have determined outcome. War.After the Daughters Mr. and
J.P' in could the exercises Monday
,inte: by Major General T. short- of war desperately against the Elder O. ford counties, was In Starke
I the Jurisdiction ill that Children as their guests Sunday,
yard, of the Florida Division few days.____ It. It was beyond It was. never the Divine of the Confederacy and Mrs. Martin '. Mr. BelUarlo was the only
of :Mr.
The friend II. Sheffield
the power divided. and
and j
his court should be Confedoracy doubled his
[Confederate Veterans on Company closd of any our Union of the Law ot Vero Florida talesman who
Stock the Is Will and Mr. Summer
of Laone to settle of that Divine i Crosby cemetery Logg, months
The In to the
isorlal staff, as a member week any human manifestation went out and of sales during '
official reception committee to a very successful and moved ; sue. The States could not be came through the suffering and under the direction of Mrs. S. E. Beach, Elder W, N. Moody quota and April and he Is cosfiderrt _
[ Emily March
night of
the starke saturday the decision of any Courton the people who struggled decorated with flags son, Percy, of Lacrosse for May
Florida Division to attend 'hldosta 011., bound by sorrow of Brownlee, of his sales record _
|t*d Confederate Veterans', neon : to their next itand .azone will I the question of States' Rights In that great. cause; and It flowers and. wreaths the graves of Galney and; tour grandchildren ot be equally good. This speak J.
Mrs. Ran Moody will
'Mr.'and bound even outcome Ave Brooker,
May ', when they were' not finally revealed in the Confederate soldiers business condition <<
In Little.Hock, Ark "home In Jacksonville was forty-six Mr. and Mrs.: well for the general
fetum' tfteir under which from woo Oreen Cove Springs' ,
>. ''lllleav. 'on the 8th fo'Llt- to of their engagement : by the Government which was Inevitable World War. and nine Federal Jacksonville, of the two counties Included -
It was the Arthur Rlgdon of ;
: functioned. conflict. until
hathad the at the being the court itself the very Inception of that sleep In this cemetery .
gHock Mr Davis the show ot Brooker In his territory.iwz
Valdosta. that any State and Mr. 3"J, Morgan
or of sponsorlal in manager an Impossible hopo last roll call. l
being on this of their decision of a (Concluded on page 8) I
charge the
In placed in would adhere ,
some capacity for many remainder of the season.
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( h before that and gathered up some I talking! -with them about this situation In every nook and corner of It. I did not know he was doing it until put such It n, ,

1-- evidence and had turned It over to I You remember, some of you during he came here and right almostat and who ,.I,,, 4'!'

I STATE IS FOREVER DIS- the solicitor, and as I turned Into I I name them In order; first of all that race he made be was fondof the door of this church on the word will ," I

9 ,, ; the door of this candy shop to I name Doctor Hathaway of our saying everywhere he went that Temple theatre platform, be ad- the garnbliii. p*

get a little candy for this aufferDK own city, then comes Mr. Catts, glng tb"yI. .,. .. .
the return of '
GRACED IF VOTERS PUT child I heard one of them call then, comes Mr. Carlton then follows the people of Florida dependedupon vocates race track aid them in, 'r

"There ROCS the blankety, blanket Mr. Carson, then follows Mr. Ibree things. Almighty God, gambling and went on to belittlethe Kovernoi i I' t.

y scoundrel now; I wish somebody Taylor, then follows \Mr. MacKenzie Sears Roebuck & Company and efforts that had been made and and your i bra '.:

IN OFFICE would run him out of town," then follows a few more. Now Sidney J. Catts. Now during his the work that had been done to It and a.?. ;i I' "a i
a1! S. J. I looked around at him and he I leaving Mr. Catts out for I must present campaign he has made a put race track gambling out of this and your J j.,,'.

dropped his eyes and I would have leave him out when I speak of the change In his reference to that state. Money i

I licked him, you know, in a minuteIf I rest of these men because I do the people of Florida depended up- As a matter of fact and as everybody thing In all <
I hud not been a preacher. That i not think lie deserves on George Washington Sears Roe knows \Mr Catts Is expect-
the WhatIs companionship I
'If the people of Florida put extract from it meaning. ry it is--m. i U
I is to say I would have tried and I with them-leaving Mr Catts buck & Company and Sidney J. ing to get his support from the and leave '\I
the salt? We ut thinking
Sidney J. Calla In gubernatoriul are once ;a i
there is always one advantage I left God Almighty race track gamblers and those who
out the rest of the men are per- Catts He has people ha\, !.
chair at Tallahassee this state 'about homcithing we see on our table have always had In a fight and I haps more than ordinary ability out of It. I think George Washington -1' are Interested directly in getting' than to .:

In former,. disgraced and the confl- every day Salt IK a chemical] have bad quite a few, and that Is and men of more than ordinary would turn over in nis grave money from that source and from the pui. P
demo In the state In totally ':JestroMd. : compound made up of sodium and I when I tall In strength t succeed Integrity. If he heard anybody bad substituted those sources is gelling supportfor be governoi, .

." declared Dr. Len U. I chlorine gas In chemistry It Is In bones and I would have at least I am glad It la possible for us to him for God. But one Is not the conduct of his campaign. nothing .i L,,, .

i t; Itr.'nuhtoh: pastor of the First known UH "aUKe!)"" Just the opposite given him a good boning if I .had mass together this number of men surprised Mr. Catts substituted Nobody perhaps could) prove It, for to wreckage Tallnba>r. .i. :

Baptist church Jacksonville, lu H from "antlsept. AntlseptIK not Jono anything else It mademe In Florida of ability and integrity, anything for God Almighty. When hs is too wise to lay himself liable, Is
going ,
nth ring address Sunday nlKht to a something that destroys some- mad. It hurt me. but taking it as I came in contact you read his platform and hear his but certainly he U playing in their to ,"
rmiKregatlon that literally packedIlls thing after it has begun'. Ausept la privileges it i
'I What had I done to be cursed with people here there and every- speeches the man could not be hands and ia dancing to the music. back and it reto
I h
edifice. Rev. Ilroughton took something that prevents decomposition -
rrr by a man living in this town and where in the state, almost. everybody blasphemous enough to name the Now, my friends; I ean"coneelve ,
/ Ij BH the topic for his sermon Catts : from setting In. Jesus sale" assented to by two other men living In fact I have not found a name of God. of nothing that would be a greater I (Com inDon't I!,
for Other Political "Ye the of the earth c
Governor are ausepts
In this town? What I had single exception almost everybodywill I want n8 to look for a momentat calamity to the state of Florida
t/, I{ i and Moral! Problem that In Is first of all
your purpose done was to try to save the youth admit the race for governor; his platform. In this platform than to put a man of his low grade I
"This In subject tonight I If possible prevent social purll ca-
t my particularly of this city from being In thin state is between Hathawayand i he Is promising the people of Flor- moral conception Into the gover-
+ had intended last social moral and
following tlon. Social
f up yes caught In that snare they had laid Mr. Catts, a former governorof ida everything this side of Mars nor's chair of this state and par-
SunJay night but the f'utts race religious No man takes salt and
r for the limes and dollars of our this state. and among the everything that he tlcularly at the present moment i tv
and other political" and moral problems !puts It on meat after the meat has
young people. Reviews Ilpcord promises he specifies a few particular when we are fighting and, struggling -
t has challenged the moral begun to decompose but he hurries
Hut you know the final result of Now let that be as It may. Tonight things and that brings me to our_dead ,,level beet to get Flor
'A stamina of the law abiding and before tho germs of decomposition .
all thIs. We kept up the fight we are concerned about MiCatts. .peak as I am, speaking tonight.. ida back on the map or normalcy,
religious citizenship of the slate net In and rubs in the salt. By -
k t ,i traveling around In different sections You. know, those of you as I shall speak again anu again where we can hope to keep her
in recent days to the extent that' doing this he ausepts or prevents -
the agitation grew hotter who nave lived In Florida much us this campaign goes on there for the rest of time.
ui I feel Impelled to sound a warn- t the decomposition from ever setting -
and hotter until at last we got the I longer than I have Mr Catts dies! Specifying certain things he be- Getting on further, put Mr. Cattsin ,
la sP : ( ing concerning these matters Involving In So again let us come buck 1
whole business thrown Into the once governor of thin state. lie gan with a direct promise for the the governor's chair of thIs
d the Chrltttlan CItizenship. I to the words of our God and hereI
courts, and the courts decided made the rare largely on the return of the race track gamblingand state and what have you got? You
I have no axe to grind but one to um speaking to His Jlsdples: as Neg
against them as we knew all the ground he was a Baptist preacher gambling privileges In the have got first of all the gloatingof
t use, he Bald they stand representative of all
I! lime they would If we could ever had come over Into this state from state. He says he puts It on the every gambler In Florida and Your KidneYou
Hev Mr. ItrouKhton drew round ages to come. Ye are the salt of
get a judge who had a conscience.It Alabama and was concerned about I basis of local option, that Is if a throughout the country; real organized -
after round of applause from the the earth That Is your business
finally landed in the supreme the moral of this state he county wants It they should have gloating conventions of Can't Be il
s keenly Interested au'Jlence, which life to so conduct yourself an Wen
t '11/1 court at Tallahassee and the supreme I had to give up his pulpit and lunge the right to vote for It. He might gamblers will be held throughoutthe Kidneys At,
; filled the main auditorium as well prevent the decomposition of :t SID(
c court sustained the lower Into politics. You know something I as well say' If a county wants mur- length and breadth of the
ax the balcony.SliiK'cH I the things in the world about you
t 1"r Rued (Imlnimn i that brings me directly face court In their decision against 'I lof bill administration. I do not der they have the right to vote country should Sidney J. Catts be Do-you lwa8 find f' sel'! ,oath
} land them and thus the thing was put need to stop and deal with It for It, or if a county wants polyg- named governor. More than that .tin lervOUl,'
The tribute with what I want to speak'about
yI puxior paid u great to fare pressed? Are j ,
nut of business an'J everybody all I lived In another state at that amy they have the right to vote you have joining hands with them dll
t Dr I
to ions A. Ilnthawny, chairman tonight. 1I .ht h
over the everywhere that time. I know how his administration for of other sections I headaches ?
4 of the State Road Department Cinlliint (I'oiiioluM country i It, regardless! and gloating In every part of the and 'lit: spellilInay k
r ,, + rejoices la the true religion was was regarded In other states .nf the state. country every bootlegger and un- excretions ,.
; ; 1 and candidate for For two years Florida has been -- tm f
when be said: fighting, fighting lighting hard her made happy. Tho people In Florida were pitied I Now my; friends think of a man derworld participant in this country or burning in pa "'ge1? T,..

i n {. "It Is our Chrlstaln duty to way out of the wreckage of cyclones Wo here In Florida all except and looked upon as being disgraced who has In days gone by called all gloating In the defeat of I this indicates S t dn.shouldn't
the that was behind the traf- by the of of the Gospelof be net:;:.:, too)
A gang type man they himself u preacher the highest and best of the peopleof
; s confirm our votes In favor of Dr. land booms and horse racing Doan's Pill
IIc.! thought the fight had beeu set- I had In the and down the ate\
lu r j r Hathaway. We must single out an.l dog racing gambling. It : governor's chair In thl8stat'e. Christ going up this state to a man who is unworthy increase the secrciui: it ,
i 1
tied.Ve thought that when we That was the feeling of the length and breadth: of this state of the position. !
this and but It has and thus aid
d one man concentrate on has been a hard fight I in iiie c\\;
{ j ]Mm. I am trying to beat Calls, been the most magnlllclent light got national prohibition we people outside of FlorIda. It was. promising the people who are dIrectly Put Mr. Catts In office and the waste impurities 0'n ,rta:z

;', that Is why I am speaking to you l and the most remarkable victoryI bought the fight had ended but the feeling of the people upon Interested In gambling andIn state Is forever disgraced. Put Mr everywhere. Ask r..,aDOAN'S cf..'
t u'' tonight" think the people have ever wit I found It has just begun. We are whom we can most 'depend for the the making of wealth out of the Calts: in office and confidence in

The sermon In full follows: nessed.I finding out now thIs thing has redoubled welfare of this state within moral stamina of this state-think Florida Is destroyed and It will p'a'

Let me ask you to remembertwo had a man In my office yester- Its energy and made a new ida, for during that Flor-j of this man going about In the advocacy take a. decade' to rebuild the con

verses of Scripture In the fifth df')', one of the leading lawyers", of attack. I traveled all over this of such_a thing and daringto 'fidence In the state of Florida, ASTIMULANT DIURETIC .y;
chapter of Matthew, verses thir- our Southland, from another state We are now In this present Jay the Lyceum platform and ] look decent people In the face. where die people have deliberately | ro.ter-MIburn, Co MfgChnd,
think It or not us you may like,
teen and fourteen "Ye are the considerably away from us, a man
.' s 1'' light of the world. Ye are the whom I have known for yearn a threatened with a return of this I

.$ Pi I nail of the earth.I I prominent Judge in days gone by, deadly moral and business and

I make no apology tonight u man who traveU considerably social parasite In Florida. We are
t kt now In the midst of a great red hot
whatever for somewhat changing I throughout the length and breadth
s my thought I shall not do us of this country and as he sat In political campaign. Being mostly

I had intended to do nor do I my office In the presence of his Democrats In Florida the Demo- Supreme Service Station No. 2
r primary equivalent to
: make any apology whatever for wife talking to me about conditions ,
election and therefore
I' tonight speaking upon what may In Florida, his eyes lighted we are look-
1 be termed a political questions up. his voice lifted and he said Ing with very considerable interest

l from the pulpit. lly politics we "In my judgment the most mar- to tho election of June 5. i presents

..t understand the science of government velous victory that has ever been Has Itaco at Ileum
{ t and government: Han had everything won by any state bas been the victory -I At the present moment I am supremely I '

t PI humanly speaking, to do Florida has won over circumstances Interested In the race !in

V with the creation of an atmosphere that confronted her two thin state being made for governor.I .

c In which you live and fut I years ago." am interested In it because of the

.c t t which you tarry on your business. Then he went on to say Florida great Issues that are Involved I The

a M ;l It there I Is a man or woman in today, as bent he ran gather It. Is have absolutely no axe to grind Goodyear

trl, j this house with children, whether just about In the same general but I promise you I have one to

boy or girl, you ought to thank ondltlon: from a business point use and I propose to use It becauseI

+l t ; I lod that some pulpit somewhere I and moral point of view of the am one of those believing In the

somehow has the courage enough I lent of our Southland In spite of sanctity of politics. I believe I um

d to Invade the Held of politics and i! all it has passed, through nnj suffered just as much In the will of God

help you to make an atmosphere "And there must be," he when I am urging my people to AII-Weather, Balloon
{4, j in which you are to grow your I continued, "something In the people consider carefully and vote righteously I

f child\. or children I I that make up I this remarkable as I am when I urge them ,
ro I jesus said tnreo things First, Htato that Is not to be found In the with regard to any other expres-

tt lIe Bald' "render unto Caesar the makeup of other sections of the sion of their Christian conscience

things that are Caesar's an'.1 unto country." Then he said, "The thing At present there are several men

i God the things that are nod's." most significant as I see It (mind running for the nomination of the The World's Greatest

b't Now by that He meant to say you he Is speaking as a great lawyer Democratic party\ for governor. Tire

M that every child of Ilia-He was and a great judge) In my opInion Only one of these men can possibly

t4, speaking to His disciples-every the greatest victory you won be nominated and I am going to

i", single child of His had a twofold Is over the race track gamblers of I name. I om going to do another

responsibility. First, their (this state," and I quite agreed wIth thing I am going to do exactly\ as

responsibility to nod and secondly him and agree with him tonlgh I please.. Somebody said to me only Goodyear's scientifically designed All-

It responsibility to the Home of us know of the progress 'today, "do you think your church .

mentment' for Caesar Itoverri-I'lof this movement In ]Florida.V will staii for your taking sides in Weather Tread matches the Goodyear

it i the type of government. Said He! I l know something of the progress a personal political controversy?" 4'\

S. Y therefore to Ills disciples, wlilcl of the movement to stop it. It I said "I haven't asked them and I Balloons Carcass (made of SUPER.TWIST -
n we want ever to carry In our ) got its grip upon Florida In a most do not propose to. My church is not I 1

s' s memory His Sermon on the !Mount raprj manner. It first began as responsible for my pulpit and no I cord.)

He declared first of all to Ills disciples you know down here In Miami a'' other church. It can take what I

listening to Him, "Ye are few years ago: and almost before soy at 100 per cent or discount It

j r the light of the world" Not only we knew it It had dotted this state at 1000 per cent. I am responsible 1 It is scientifically designed for Balloon Tire

,, ] did He declare that to Ills disciples In one form or another and even for my pulpit and for my con-

a but lie declared that fort Invaded our own county, plaCing victions." I 1 p use.

( I all His disciples In all ages of itself right In our very midst and Now without any personal feel] I

the world so long as time lasts. I defied us, and you know somehlng Ing with regard to any of these 1

? "Ye are the light of the world." of the nature of the thing, of the candidates I am going to name 3 D The sharp-edged diamond-shaped blocks

We are disposed to read that carelessly 'debauchery 'that accompanied It, them In tho order of what I believe -

t' Jt c t without stopping( to see what and the first gun-you will pardon to bo their present day 1 are placed in a semi-flat design. They grip
; It signifies. We can only get the me for saying this--so far as I strengtn before the people of I

a {tJ deepest significance when we con- know for the destruction of thin Florida. I gather this from papers the road they retain their usefulness long
( elder the nature of. the light nefarious thing was fired from this I[ read from all parts of the state I ,

Physiologically light Is life recup- very platform behind this pulpit and' from coming In contact with I I \ +t: er than any non-skid tread offered hereto
h erated. When WM last year In and by this preacher and I know men from all ports of the state In '

Atlantic City trying hard to win better than anybody else present 0 : fore. Long slow
my way back to health when' I what that firing cost me In the way r Ul even tread wear is assured

thought it had almost gone, they of criticism and abuses. Hasn't I II COFFINS & CASKETSand '
t ;. as opposed the and
t i 1 : had me go every day and lie down died out yet. Never will die out. "cupping" un'even

under a great light, an Instrument -I One day I was going down For- a Full Line of

i so constructed as to bring syth street and I stepped Into a Undertakers' : wear so noticeable in many other Bal

together and focus upon me the candy shop to get a little box of Supplies ;I : loon Tires.

f seven colors of light and they tolj I candy to carry to a child that had AUTOMOBILE HEARSBAlw I ,,.
t's s mn those colors of light, when been hurt in an accident and as Istt'ppell

bj they bored their way through my'' In the door I saw three tli..r. I..n..her.' pros T*.. bust Spiral BWIMI ..t.nllon ": And with these

!) skin and all the way through my) men standing on the curb just In '. t. ml.rr.pb .,..rv.KEGISTKRBD 29 4.40 advantages of traction,

body they' did two things they | front of the door and to my left : EMBAUfCB x non-skid

: destroyed the poisonous germs; that I i I recognized; one of them as be- n HEWITT C. JONES and long wear, this tread is per

f; had accumulated perhaps. In my Ing one of the promoters of I the -- r
1j --organ and which they were not race track out here just beyond U STARKE, FLA. I fectly quiet and does not produce vibra-

} .. able to throw off and us where I had only
i ,1 latent germs of life they so installed they I gone a-few--nights--'Ie""",,,,,.,,',, nr "'." '''',,'n'n''tlIIDf'1C'nlfnfOffi .. tion.

? were able to function and I know
this to be so for as I lay there I It is easier, now, to kill insects A

Under that light I have felt the :. -and keep them away. Be* Brand Insect Pow V $11 45 Let: us show you this tire. We have your

( f, recuperative power of light as It *, JerorLiquidkfll.FheaAntwRo.eh.ePoultry BEE BRAND ,...
k 0 size.Supreme
fingered its way throughout my .* Lice,* sonitoei.Fleas.BedBugs.andotherln. .
s entire arctr. 04>'Mr it or stain.Use Liqtc.'J.-
body and I have gotten up .* powder on plants A
.-id K lo..W2.. 50C.5.
pets rue w jar FREE instct bookltt. :
from that table feeling If A
like a newman 'tr ,0. 8''I.CO '1.21
L That Is light, Jesus said t'-'r -n'tdippi; ,we will ship by parcel post at Ton lsp..ra.l) JJo A
toe .. .
k.stna A
His disciples "Ye are the light of I :A '

1 the world." Ye are the recuper-i, ... Service. Station

atlve power of the world -- the I ; gg

Church of God. I| Thew'r ht4" 1 1t 1//

Then He said something else. I h

d am more interested In that than

t 4 sl( I,I In the light. In the second con. .. No. 2 Starke Florida.srsat.

nectlon lie said "ye are the salt of .. ,
the earth" Here again we are inclined : ,
I } to read
carelessly without
? topping to*sea what He says anj a; CE al30f t j

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-- .... ----- o- ld-l; for Thus there Will Make You Fishers of Men." uiu,''> I'n.1fIJ.h (if the tormentors t tIn
labor $57.70.
___ .-J'-- Is I ''' IT' f U I LI our own townsman-not that he Is lining h once again. plus r
!Mrs\ 1 1. .1 Tucker and children annoy ilK ""-.1 our neighbors ,
our townsmen, however--that he The day has come when every'I was a SAVING to the state of $25- 1
I visiting In Macon this week.V. and oven I threaten our HVCH! A
where in Florida we want to pray are
New ot Florida! in Short Papa graph, is I the srtongeat man of all the rest like ,,,00 based on Mr. Carlton's figures 11, Wheeler and family, have
God to give us men. A time i iI I SAVING to the little stagnant: water tn an old ,'+'
of the crowd opposed to Mr. Catts ihla demands great hearts, strong and an purchatwd properly I tlStarke.. and ,\
tin or and umlralned root gutter
hands, in l: state of $23,45:! based: on the road moved there last Saturday. can 1
and It becomes the serious, solemn I minds, true faith willing if neglected will supply mosquitoes
after all overhead W. II. Harvey of Waldo, who t.
CbrlstaJn duty ot all our citizens whom the lust of office\ does not I department's figures for a town IIcity neigh ". :

State NewsTOLD kill, in whom the spoils of olllce | charges; had been added Into In well known liern. was entered tn borhood. spreading discomfort .
to cast their votes so as to snow here lastSaturday
Ave cannot buy men who possess opinions II the Santa cemetery disease, and tempting to 1t" '
the job. causing it
under the meowing of tills Cat. and always men who have i afternoon. April 2Sth. u
thing that a Ford profanity with sleepless nights.; j
Every time there is an election honor, m.en who will not lie. The cheapest iiev. F. M. Taylor hud .charge of It mosquitoes were only a. bothersome ., ., .

since I have been here I hear that Let ua carry that home with us realer] sells which might be termed the I funeral service.Mr. ( nuisance there would)' be rJi

OUR EXCHANGES think about it.TIlE the rear end of a Ford truck, \ and Mrs.\ J. R. Colby have :
BY noise. I want us to snow it under. and ample Justification for unrelentl- I& ;
the assembled on job who arrived April
such as one daughter, '
Whatever our personal preferences Ing warfare against time but when. .

---,_._--,_... ---.... I are or may be or whatever RKAU: KM 1 H"I A FOUl) number Z-1139, is the assembly] 37th.I we consider\ that a certain kind of ,.:"IJ. ,
l._. ----- alone without wheels, springs! Mr.\ and Mrs. II. It. Wiggins, attended '
our friendships' may be let found In our htMISAS will :

It inauguration of the tain the definite psychological ef \ us single] out this one man who by (Editorial, Cuinesvllle Sun, April I L hangar, nut. casings, tubes and I chruch] here last Sunday .(mosquito'onvE')' malaria fever from the infested 1 ,.

'i i'U. train service Into fects of poisons In connection with common consent I Is tho highestman 29, 1928.) I I Jumbo bra lies. and Is Hated at (.v en in g. to the healthy person and I ( (

'L crime, Dr Frederick Tilnejr, The class lu automobile aasemb-. $110.00. (', A. Dirt and family, wore the,
or about June 1', in the rare, to concentrateupon ,. --. .. render regions of great fertll- l ,. 0//
rologist ot the Perhaps: r. Carlton( did not realize of Mr. flirt' father, w. r.
'imted/ on a scale here joint neu-I and elect him governor.I ling will please come to order. The /guests s Ity almost uninhabitable, then no
board of the \Medical ]\ that (lie figures furnished Flirt lust Sunday.
for is by !
word lesson: today a speech I
imbltloua. Assurances do not mean to any: a argument for fighting them l is nec- ,: ,
ven, that the Frisco New York, which will sponsor the' about Mr. Hathaway's qualifications Doyle K. Carlton, candUI.Ua for | him by a dlagrunted employee of \Miss Warner Johnson and Leroy' f"I ,I.
) here.i division, who did Wasdlu ot Uralmm, were qultely essary. -
announced the equipment
experiments, made the radio
into this for I not governor, over
Hin will pull am advocatinghim Now l la the time to make war on "
I I i Floridians interested; evolution'i from Tampa, and also In the court not have access to nil tho records married at Gainesville last sutur-
I on that point of view-we them and have them subdued be- -1 :, ,
I' SI I I will bo given a "look in," it was 1 all know his qualification am house: at Gainesville. It deals with were not complete. Can we, however ,day. April 28th. fore they come numerous and be- III'

stated. end ot Ford Mr. Carlton give him credit for other Miss Jessie Mendo entertained "
the a
Total values ot trying to help you find a way to rear gin their annoying and deadly I;
1 j S S STallahasseeFlorida direct misrepresentationwhen the Sewing Circle at her homo lust I
+ I i. him spoke of the work at the State than t / .
porperty in Florida beat Catts. want to beat work. The bent control measures ;
hi It i told the people that the At the clone( of a pleasant -
I 1\\ I shortly he Tuesday.
may Division ,
Road Department Equipment -
-d I all out of propor- I with a man of sufficient! high moral Ford, are those of prevention and when I I, I
fl1! Ill'' ot end of a '.iei it'iius cake and
its first execution of usual CIIHI rear social] hour
inTcase in total school see legal a integrity and business anl spiritual In this city. Ho sal'd: "Let'sexamine we have destroyed! ] their breedingplaces I .
t)I' board of not over $25? The cheapest! lemonade was served.J. .
woman, unless the state to this the rear ciul of a Ford.Til la eliminated" .
qualifications as have
11 I mi the past twenty 1 intervenes last minutes i thing that a Ford dealer sells un- V. Jones Is having his large then we .
compiled by the pardoua or a state a name among the states of 10 usual] price In not over $25. the mosquito. Drainage ot lowlands
IL: u' I I of a rear end of a building on Main[ street
court writ prevents it. Mrs. 1139 cost $232.70. How tier tlie name two-story '
Job '
Southland and of the nation In control but ,j I
M-mtendent, for the inil our .. U the first step
nil 'I and that is for a paanenger!: Tho work Is In tho handsot ..
Bertha Hall widow of a Jackson- that we shall be proud when we many of you believe t that money ( repaired. ba done, and
1 nrvey show. I ville storekeeper, is under sentence i went Into that Job?" 'ar---not truck) Is listed at $50. contractors M. I*. and I... It. this cannot
S S go outside our state to talk about we mtiNt take other measures. The
Florida of death. Her conviction for the ourselves. Our text book will be the Ford The complete rear end equipmentof ) Wai lemon.Mr. destruction of old 1 vessels ,t'
When the of oil.
ahtee I'ASSKNOKH I ] car can be purchased and Mrs\ Wm. C. Kamnierer. use
slaying of her husband James Hall Motor Company's latest wholesale n 'i l'
It elect Catts and I out- hold water, Introducing
',, for Women gets its141ced I you go dealer for tho that] many ,
lI K< 1! was recently affirmed by the state price list of parts for the Model from ANY Ford who have been spending ,
library, contract for i side the state, anybody asks me Saturday fish In ornamental pools I
recently let by the supreme court. Those In touch who Is governor, If I can I will "T". effective October 1. 1927. Our i $91.40. winter months lucre, left last and public' fountains, and eVl'ntuallY ,
\\'a above l Is one of the many I for their home In Philadel
with the affair ot state century authority will be I lie Shaw and The
,rd of Control one room ] go to a blackboard, draw a naughtget lir.Fona lI'rl'I'IlnThl'ro/ are some
Ie'' declare that, If the execution is and rub the rim Keeter: Motor Company, local Ford reasons why we are supporting phia.- Pennsylvania. enemies of I tun mosquitobut '
to an eraser natural
i 1), devoted entirely a.. lie is conducting Is lheg.t ''I
ill NalllileI1rdonllY\
Florida and the State'sipm carried out, It will be the first out of It. It Is a terrible tragedy.It dealers, or any other Ford dealerIn A. Hathaway sticking Miss not enough to effect It. control. I '

>f I time in the history of Florida, as in so tragic it can hardly He t the entire worl.Our\ research a clean campaign .. ot her nil nl. 1\1 1'8. Slmrehouso .- ._----
if plans now being'liv : for olllre, .1
in | far as they know, that a woman faced without a trE'mor.len\ it work. will be conducted lu the orig- to his own quail llcut Ions of Hawthorne. Nutrition exports say that\ a I ,.
\ .!' laid are carried out. continuing to build roads \Mr. 1'. J. Pearce and family of ot by the average I
S S Sur1 i has paid the extreme penalty. I la more tragic than you have ever inal record books of the equipment) and TheCu&rltou more liberal use eggs! I
I I quickly and honestly. Starke, were visit Ing Mrs. L'earco'sparents ]housewife would
S S S S dreamed business, and women Division and the 11 mil reports ot cheaply American: .
<\ tarpon tournament I I, your charges will not hold wa- Mr. and Mra. O. llaynea and economical
farmer of which etllclent
Tampa-D. E. Cox, a I It Is more tragic than you the State Road Department be an '
)1"* 'I I by the Martin county ,1, Dr. Hathaway has answered last Sunday.Mr. Instead ot for breakfast -
Ruskin, fifteen miles south of here have dreamed in the rearingof have been audited and re-audlied. ter. plan. eggs
r ,)I 1 the Izaak Walton Lea-, ever and with force. The and Mrs. p. It. Hunt )lId astheir should lio considered -
directly food!
i i accused of cruelty to his four children, and, Cod help Now we are ready to proceed.Job them alone, this '
fill t h.> held during a designation -1 I your end ot a Ford" is only one ot Kiiexts thin wl'ekIr.! and of breakfallt.dilln..r ,
small eons, was adjudged I insane think of it and think ot 1139, whl'hIr.! Carlton "rear \ a basic part
m June and prizes will 1 you to Instances, where Carlton has !Mra. a.:: M. Simmons and son, There should p,
Frl- end of the and
by a commission of alienists It well. The time has come when charged was the rear a supper.

larded) the persons catching > day. They advised that he be com- the people should serve notice up- |: Ford, was not the rear end'' of a mislead the public with halt Thomas, of Spurr. be at least one course In every .
and the greatImlle. ot
'R\' ii tarpon Cox truths and Inaccurate statements. Mr. Andy SParks: nnd 1 family tllVhlt'h eggs; play a prominent -
mltted to the state asylum. these low down dirty gamblersthat Ford at all. It was a tripledrumsteam meal
of tarpon during the on --- church here liitttSunday.
) S Alachua] attended declare. I KKRS<: are '
1 was brought before juvenile court we are no longer going to hoist, costing about $8,000 part, they I

,, riieodore Dehon, president Sat- I here yesterday on allegations by tolerate their nefarious buslntss new. It was opened October 13, ......................... nerve-1 In combination with vegetables I

\Viiltonltea, announced; neighbors that he suspended by In the bounds of this state and 1925, an'd shipped February 28, ]Rev. Armstrong of Lake huller, with the Idea ot providing a

f afternoon.. I the thumbs his boys, beat them that should begin right here, but 1926. That job on the books of : : HAMPTON : former pastor of the church hero, balanced dally ration fur members .,

I severely and forced them to swal- not talking about Duval the State Road Department was Mt.. Ails Nh........ ('or.S. *. preached\ at the Baptist! church of the family, and to insure a dietrich i '
east and the we are Armstronghas ; ,
Rev. i ,
PlahasseeThe to know something ot low salt and pepper. The oldest county tonight but we are talking charged out at $378.45. Do we ........ .. .. .- ................. Sunday night.friend here who are always In_minerals_ nnd_ vitamins._ _- .,
I are of the quartette Anthony, 12, com about the state. believe that money went Into that 1 many '
industrially May 4.-The Baptist him 1
la'- resources mitted suicide March 31, last, by There is one little chapter in job? One look at the size of the Hampton, convened glad to see :
Bultiirally and otherwise, Santa Fe Association Oeo. llazen of llrooker was a
ot shooting himself, according to history ot Napoleon that stimu- hoist will convince anyone It did. church ot .
H1928 ends. The bureau with the First Baptist business visitor here last !Monday.Mr.
court officers. Marshal Nye was on We will assume that Mr. Carl- FOlllJlONUJUENTSMarkers
BKratlon announces that ar- lates me. Hampton last! Saturday and Sun flaxen has many friends In
S S to ton was not INTKNTIONALLY:
commanded go
have been made to one occasion The various churches were well as Bradford:
meets otl' Miami-Opening of the Tamiatnt undertake what seemed to trying .to mislead his audiences in day. Hampton aa
Florida exhibits at two and well represented, and many helpful county, who are always glad to nee '
y Trail will make accessible of about be Impossible task, namely the regard to the JOB NUMI1EH and
of thetry an sed.
expositions : topics lllacu coping or anything
principal him
two million acres of valuable truck of a. city. The marshaltrue that he was speaking of job ,
of the capture the Baptist .
during the last Sunday at one-thirty ---
I and citrus land heretofore reached to his orders marched Ills 3-1139; which was a complete rear U. rendered a 1 beautiful program DKSTIIO! ;MOSQU1TOKHMosquitoes : for your cemetery '

with the greatest difficulty. It and when end assembly ot a Ford truck. W. M. designs and .
S S S S I army around the city with Mrs. Moon as preatdant. lot. See our .
Is practically frost proof and will were In position he gave the There are three elastics of jobs, |, and are man's eternal :
QuincyDamage to crops and they i The cause methO'Js, before buying. ,
dur-' be in great demand. The highway, order to scale the wall all the way and only three, which are carried and for missions tormentors and foes on earth. At
Gadsden county work pray
ways In which Intensive work has started true i on at the equipment division. One why we lrained prl- We deliver and erect our I '
last two weeks from heavy one on around. They every was beautifully demonstrated. the seaside, oil the nn< .
tht-will amount to thousands of been in progress for the last three Frenchman In that army, whether is known as the "straight" job, riots of the West and Northwest, work.: ,? ,

> is in reality a 14-year-old victory or not which carries no letter before the woodland
according to reports from years they believed In This enjoyable treat was followed In the far North, by '
.fly.rs section of the county. job. Back In 1914 the first surveys and ma'Je an effort but as their number. The second class] Is the rendered 1 by the pool and mountain meadow, these TilE GAINESVILLE ,
very by a program
were made and desultory work be heads appeared over the rampartthe motor job- hlch always bears the Qalnesvlllo. The bloodthirsty parasites In countless -
>'s 4 that were considered planted a on total, the loss { gun. Tn the first three years only Australus with a rain of bullets ]- letter "X" before the job number, subject Brotherhood under ot discussion: was hordes waylay I the individual l or MEMORIAL CO. :i!j !

|s are instances, while the up- a few miles ot road were built. It cut them, down like leaves and the third are the rear-end and evangelism. Supt. Simmons of throng on their! mission, bo it ,

me not until Collier adopted the before great autumn wheel jobs which always carry the 1 business Box 232Gainesville
was a
suffered from the wa.h-I: failing.-..._ Gainesville, and others gave helpful pleasure] or
''i i have of the fertilizers placed ( project for the benefit ot his developments frost. Then they retreated. After letter "Z" 1 before the number. To discussions. Prayer was offered Swamps, ponds, and marshes, '

. Jit away ground before planting. that high pressure they got themselves togetherthe date there Is no job listed aa X- by IhoHo young men, for theevangelization however lire not the only placeswhere Fla.
, ; under them."Menof \ 1139 the last In this series being breed. In our
I work got way. marshal addressed of the world, as mosquitoes
n S S S commandsthe X-772 of the date April 25, 1928.! bo found a 1 ttir.
fillHlinHseeLicenses: for fish- France, the emperor as our home laivd. The choirang own ]buck yard may ;

in th'' fresh waters of Florida] Daytona Beach-Frank Lock- wall." They tried the second Therefore, Mr. Carlton MUSTs softly, "Follow Mo and I brooding ground aiilllcicnt to pro- _ -_- t I'

l b. mailed out from the hart, youthful racing driver, was time and again met with a volley have meant Z1139. I" --- -- ---- ----
and Fresh Water Fish'' catapulted to his death Wednesday of AuBtnilu bullets. Thricehe Job Z-1139 was charged out at

iiiinio when a tire blew out while his the command an'd thrice $234.25 by the final reports from :
.o-'ment' to all county judges, gave -a-
for reopening of automobile was speeding more they failed. By this time almost Tallahassee. This includes alt overhead -
fishing season 'I II than 200 miles an hour In an attempt one-halt of the army had been and every expense whatever most expensiveremark .
fi"sh I water "me
to set a new record for land shot dead. to the State ot Florida in connection -
I Pith) The licenses will be
travel over the sands of Dnytona marshal rallied them a- with It Although Mr.
'd!ahi'ii< the as soon various as counties they are, but re- Houch. The accident occurred as round the most vulnerable spot, Carlton's figure of 1232.70 does ic u can make -

Lockhart approached the grand leaped off his horse and rushed not exactly correspond, we will I
the season
biot be used until $
stand to roar into the measured out before his men. There he overlook that slight inaccuracyand

In-!* j I I i mile stretch on a fourth trial. His he placed It by the proceed. Job Z-1139 included .
I I I saw a
InvalU\ Stutz Blackhawk Special was seen side of the wall, put his left toot : an axle assembly, wheels,
llami[ A wheel-chair
'57; iimially contemplated a to swerve back and forth, roll on the ladder and his right foot I springs, hangars, nut, casings, "I think I haveplen.ty
rg e or murder today, having madly out of control for 350 feet on the ground and said "Men ot tubes an'. jumbo break. The job

nursed him and leave the ground. Two photographers France, follow me and I will show was not the repairing of a Ford
11 'ilie wife who had .
and a newspaper man marshal of France Is passenger car rear end, but the
that a
rte n years because narrowly missed death as the fly- afraid of Australn bullets" complete assembly of a Ford truck
divorce her R. Bert Campbell, not
ior of a woman student in Co- t! ing car hurled over their heads and ,up he went. The army did rear end, partly with new mater- of oil.

iMa and reputedly : to land again and bounce sidewaysfor not wait to follow but scaled the ials and partly with materials sal-
shots at his 550 feet before taking another wall and reached the top and thereon vaged from old trucks which had 'I
iltliy. fired three 4 4I
Friday nght! then calmly '| 300 feet j jump and hurl Lockhart the top of the wall they met been worn out on the road and '

to the sands. with their bullets sent Into the division. The same .
had the Australn army
thirl shot
f',1 police. The ; .;
and finally Napoleon's army outfit In Job Z-1139 Is sold by the ,
,'d lipr.t ; ) '
FLORIDA I M wall upon the Shaw. and Keeter Motor Company, : I
S S S S IS KIKCTKI: > sprang from --wno -I I .
t took their weapons or any other Ford dealer, list price S. rJ ,
of Australn army -=- ; '
fensa' 1Iu1, ng ola--the- In storm the work and flood re- I (Continued from Page 2.) and swung the gates of this t i- ; l'J! DON'T "Wink" that you ,

; J
mi :< 'in the Pensacola & At-, Ing and Jog racing back he will do city wide open to France .4.d : '

Cbrlataln men
all the when
livou railroa-d!, that company j track racing back and of i

.( -mbled] more than one cats racing I can the biggest old aln women, and I put the emphasis Flowers For All ,$$1 .
1 belongs, the time .J"J"I: 1 \ time hay gasoline
''l..lnl men, and they are work- torn cat on the race track will be where it ; ; Kvcry you I II
should forget .
11 the several points of troub- has come when we Occasions illr
the governor.
''I I 'nig the railroad line with all Race tracks back In Florida! personal preferences and look the )! r !T N have the service-station manSEEtImtyOtirCI.UIkCflSc '

HUM, of road building equipin The other day I was talking toI world, with Its sneers, jeers an'.! I 'I '

a preacher of wide experience and curses, in the face and should say Gertrude GodbeyAnderson \A is

I them, "Follow us, men and ,
S S S S wide travel and a brother Baptist to
'nu'uralty of Florida-One hunI railing upon me as he passed turn women of God and we will show .. filled the level."STANDARD" .
? lo
'I .ind. eleven students of the this city. He lives In Virginia. lie you that we are not purchasableby ( proper

Ivci! [ty of Florida completed said he wanted to ask me some- the dirty dollars of the devil's L Phone 39 =:'140, 71.. j

'Hi! t' iemester with averages of thing: "Is Florida] going to ':disgrace gang that have held this state 'J. Motor Oil ,
and threat- { .
or above in all their studies, itself enough to put Catta1)aek once in their grasp are
---- -
wording to figures\ released Sat- in the governor's chair?" I .. I .
...II""nnl..lllltlllu.'IIIIt1I11II11I.'lUllf1l1mmUl"'w".IfUj. .. Nl...iii li UiI jjjjjjjjjj l""IIIIII".WiIII1UI.II..1I..11UIiIIII.IIIII." .
Uy from the office of the regls- said that all depends. We have "" < is made in various grades '

r. C E. Mines, Miami, a Juniorthe got Catts on the one hand and we HAROLD C, WALLINSURANCE .

engineering college had the have got five or six real good decent for all types of motors. It

;heat average of the entire men opposed to him. You

>''iol, 97.0624. J. E. Pride, St. have got, therefore, five or six men will flow easily resist heat '

tersburg and J. Miller of St. to divide the very best and most ,

Ursburg were second and third intelligent vote in the state of STARKH FLORIDA /'

th respective averages of 96.- Florida] All the race track gamblers Represents tile Best Leading Insurance CompiMFIRE. and wear, and form a perfect

G;:> and 96.0586. cat track gamblers dog gamb- _

S S S lers together with bootleggers and ACCIDENT LIFE! AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY STANDARD film of protection between
Ran fordApprodmatelY: 7,000s underworld participants will be ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY ---

'm.of this celery'district have been according shipped to solidly lie said for Catts."Isn't there some way ,______,_II!"""" """"!! ""''IIIfI'.ffII1l..I.IIII.'I.'fNl.II.lm!! ''' ' .' _"'''''''' -' the moving parts of your 1 ,

inty agents and before the sea- these fellows in Florida your business There is no better f

* ends next month the total was men, can get together and motor.

ected to be near 10,000 cars. suade some of these men. the Let us help to make your home attractive. Quantity .
kumber the the race to retire motor oil at price.
were moving from weaker men in any
enables us to give low prices and liberal terms.
imltjr of Wauchula at the rate from the race at least for the pres- buying

30 cars a week. This figure net that you may save this state 4 piece fibre suite upholstered, good grade cre-

1 I be materially increased with- that impending doom?" I time buy n galLtn of gasoline-you pay

a few weeks according to truck said from I 'do! not know. My friends, I tonne, on terms, _____ ___._.______$86.50 TRrery. you kSTANDAOILCOMPANY

>wers. Beans squash and po- speak without personal concern 4 piece fibre suites upholstered, good grade cretonne .- 5Y&c per gallon Florida State and Inspection Tax ;

oes are being shipped In large about this matter save one thing his on terms, as low as ________ $654)0
mtltles. of seeing to It that a man of

S S S S does not get to Tallahas

Tampa.......Florida may get a col-- platform Hart Furniture CompanySTARKE i

y of and see.I therefore that It Is .
apes and chimpanzees say to you .

animals given all the liquor my belief. and; I am sure everybodyelse FLORIDA INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY f

J can drink and morphine and does also. so far as I gather

onal now and then to ascer- from them that Dr. Hathaway. I


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; } v Ti: I the sixth birthday of their young- I spent the week-end here at the Palmetto. '

I- : (I est won, Tommy Griffin Hitch. I I home of $his mother, Mrs. O. JGrlffln. .

The screened porch where the Mrs. Seth Roberts of Starke. NOTICE
<:::>Ci.a..t- children were entertained was very who is In town at the home of her

l J attractively decorated with many Miss Cora Dyal of Jacksonville parent, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Dekle,

oK+ + spring blossoms arranged 'in bas spent Sunday In Starke at the for medical treatment wa$ takento
5ccie1yPhone kets and vases. Little Miss Mar- home of her aunt Mrs. O. J. Grlf Jacksonville by Dr. J. M. Mann,

garet Williams presided over the fin. monday for an X-ray.-Union ----:-
punch bowl during the afternoon. County Times. .
I I 29 Contests and;! games were enjoyed Mr. and 1\Irs. W. J. Griffin of .! t.
i j and In the donkey contest I Jacksonville\ spent Wednesday In Mrs. L. II. Eastman, who has .-'
I I Starke with Mrs. Griffin's sitter, extended visit -
Clara Flume won first price for been enjoying an / ,
the girls and A. Z. Adkins high Mrs. O. J. Griffin. with relatives in Charleston, $. O. / .;:. / Z"_____ ._
t prize for the boys, while Kmmett has been spending several days in
('jIlS.unO'j.; ISO SIL'lOn BOYS
rtiy tr Key Perrymany received a dainty I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Plckerlll will Starke looking Attet her business I'
gift as the booby prize upend the week-end In Tarpon interests here. ,
The following program was rendered The Orange and Black Tea Room
Straws were drawn for the prize,I Springs and St. Petersburg with/
i Senior-Inter wan the scene of a very enjoyableevent
by the Btarko Tuesday evening at eight for the older boys and girls present -i i Mrs. Pickerill's mother, Mrs. M. Mrs. J. 1). Boyer and little son,
mediate n. Y. P. U. Sunday atter- when and S. R. Johns pYoved to be : B. Coachman. and Misses Pearl Stacey and Marguerite \
Joseph Malpas entertaIned -
d F noon at 2:30: o'clock at China / at a dinner party In hon the lucky one in this contest. Mrs. Hill all of Jacksonville
Grovf church: or of the six senior boys of Bradford Hitch was assisted In entertainingthe Mr. L. C. Ray, cashier of the spent the week-end here with Mrs. ,
? I little folks by Mesdames C. N. Reddlck State Bank, spent Wednesday foyer's parents Mr and; Mrs. J.
High School i I
congregation. Sweet peas and pink roses attractively Christy, L. F. Smith, J. Maurice and Thursday here with his C. Manning. DR. GEO. E. LYONS
Prayer Dr. Rayrat-nd. )BJwards and J. F. Klckllter, Jr. Misters, \Mrs. J. W. White, Misses
by I : arranged were use>;J for I
is Guitar anj mandolin dUEt- decorating the table arranged for Many lovely gifts were receivedby Amelia and Olive Ray. Sunday's Times-Union carried a i
f the host from his little I of \Miss Frances Darby,
14 Laura Newell and Sarah Hope this beautiful affair. Place] cards young photograph
Ilaynes.I4 for the Friends. Late in the afternoon refreshments Mrs. J. M. Mann, sons Howard daughter of Mr. and \Mrs. A. M. \;
girls were of a butterfly
Duet--Mm. J. S. Duller and design, while the place cards for of Ice cream and fancy and Hoyt and Billy Howard motored Darby, who is a student of Stetson Optometrist and Optician
k John II. Powell the boys were of a girl's face de wafers were served. to Starke Sunday afternoonto I'niverslty, DeLnnJ.; Miss Darby I
1r ,' Heading selected Marjorie sign. After the first course the Those enjoying this delightful visit friends.-Union County was named secretary- treasurer of
;p Newell affair were: Gloria Johns. Edna: Times the studen body of that Instituteat 1
game of "Write a line of poetry"was Jacksonville Fla. will be ]
: Song by congregation. I played. Between the second Pearce, Margaret Ann Malpas, the recent annual election. four
t PJaYlct-\Vi'ddlng Hells." and third course a tiny box contaIning Marion Williams, Margaret Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Johns had as ---- ,
--- --- Jimmy Klokllter, Jr., Paul Mott. their guests Frf-day and Saturday If you need Rooting see our
'3 subjects in the form of ; '.
i'4' Y l SIKH. HTKflMlKICfJ:: JIOHTKSM: pills were passed and each guest Dorothy :Mott, Billy/ Powell, Billy/ Mrs. Johns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. stock of shingles, $6.00 and $7.00, in his office every Saturd

V AT itiuixi: recelve-4 a subject on which he Long, Ralph Rhodes LeEtta Cor- W. II. Green of Starke.-Union Richardson's highest quality. One ;
'' had to make a talk. The subjects peninK, A. Z. Adklns, Jr., Mary County Times. of the largest manufacturers of
}' Quantities of roses, popplesand for the boys were as follows: HarrIet, Bishop Harold Bishop -------..- roofing in the United States and; Butler's
3 1 larkspur attractively arranged Nolan: Canova-Olrls. Clara Flume Billy/ Earnest, MarIon Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. manufatcurlng.\ QuIgley & over Pharmacy.
wore the decorations chosen by Murrali Hooks-Love. and Helen Dowling, Nettle and Judge; and Mrs A. Z. AdkIns Davis. .
41 Mrs Slernberg when she entertained Joseph MalpasBrmnettes.. Dowling, Frances Lee Peek L. F. left Sunday for Miami, where they
; ,yA her card club last Friday Elmer; McMillanCookIng.Carlyle Smith, Jr., Lillian Stump Juanita are attending the Shriner's Con- Rev. L. W. Klckllter, who Is Should you need his
o, afternoon. Illtch-Hand*. Barefoot, Vernon SHcox, Alberta vention. state chaplain of the Florida DI- sec
Card table were arranged In William Dun'all.Defilile and Belly Leo (Cruse Virginia vision of the Confederate Veterans,
the living room and 'during the IJlondeM. demon, Klbert! and Elaine Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colley and lit will leave on the afternoon of the
game candles were nerved. Mrs.\ I Thin subjects for the girls were wurds, Grace Green, Inman An-I tle' daughter, Shirley Ray, of Miami 6th for Little Rock, Ark., where vices or anything in his lit
1 J. W. Andrews, Jr., holder of high JHlmlllar to the ones given the boys Edwin: Green; Emmet Key are spending several days the United Confederate Veterans'
1 was pn-sentod with a hand-pointedIJ and were well discussed by these rnun. Ida Lulu Davis, Jack Halle, here with Mr. Colley's parents, Reunion will be held May 8th to
silk fie art while a box of Houbl- Uobticcah (Hooks N. l'. Hitch, Jr., '
A! young ladles. I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. llth. he will appreciate it if
{ gant dusting powder was presented Between the third and last" Margaret Williams Lois Adklns j I you t
+' Mm. K. M. Johns as holder; of low.A Mary Pearce, Martha Powell andS. B. Stewart of
course the game of lowers was II. R. Ellsworth\ of Palatka, Senator James
delicious sala-cl- course with It. Johns Jr. southeastern representative offturleson Fernandma, candidate for the office -
played. The following menu was
: served the hostess.Those _. __ ____ i him
'Iced tea.wa by call.
h ----- In give Examination
k nf- served: Shrimp cocktail, pressed Sanitarium of Grand of state comptroller was (
this delightful
t enjoying/ chicken potato croquettes amt Rapids, Mich., was a visitor to Starke Friday In the Interests of
, faIr were: Mesdames A. Z. Adklns, peas, moulded fruit salad sherbet Starke Tuesday.Mrs. his candidacy./ Mr. Stewart has
I' n' E Li. lllggs, J.V.. Andrews, Jr., LOCAL. "
and coffee. Mints were served in served the people of Nassau
r e C. A. Knight, ],;. M. Johns, L. free---glasses fitted r
dainty mint cups. J. J. Lamb and Mrs. W. J. both house and senate for several
'' Edward Burns W. M.
y ,A' d n AVymnn Those enjoying this delightful 44PPEZV12VG4 I Epperson, spent the first of the terms.
Walnwrlght S. L. Peek O. L. II
affair besides the host were: ]Misses I week in Bra>:lenton where Mrs.
Mabel Hayaet Weller.IMHH. I). A.. Montieth and Miss June Mullen, Thelma Andreu Hev. M. C. Stith of the Baptist I Lamb Is looking after business interests Coral Gables-Building permits they should be. I thank you.

? -- Hazel Adklns, Elizabeth; Andrews, Seminary, Louisville, Ky., arrived I While there Mrs. Epper- l issued here thIs year up to recent
Ifc'WITT C. JONKS:! IIOSTKHH Klolse: Hitch, and Annie 'Mae Friday for a visit here with his I son visited Mrs P. M. Padgett In date represented $152,500.

: AT mUIm i: I.UNCHMON; Pearce: Messrs. Willlan Duncan, family. -
Murrnh hooks, Carlyle Hitch, Elmer -
Mrs./ DeWltt C. Jones was a McMillan unj Nolan Canova.CIa.IIi1ATlS I Mrs. A. V. Long and Mrs. S. T. '] .'"
charming hostess when she entertained Dell: of Gainesville, atlende-4 Mem ,:.t""",

/ j / at a bridge luncheon at her : : : :: 1111 CTII U.\" aria: Unj exercises! here on. last ,
a I I .
4 home last Tuesday. I Thursday. "
Gludlola( [( combined with fern Little Miss Martha Hemingway I I
r were the 'decorations lined at this entertained several of her friends Mr. Lewis: Wilkinson clerk in
i y l lovely affair, and after a three- Wednesday afternoon from four to the Lake Butler pharmacy was a Come iOJllC5O1IViOOtWUtih3r

was enjoyed. When scores were ents the occasion being her tenth ion County Times.

f totaled, Mrs. J. S. Duller wall pre- birthday. anniversary. -- --
r t s : 1 J
1, gamed a )lovely gift as holder of Spring DlosHorna were used as J. J. McCloud! Worthington t.r t.// '
high I decorations and( games were enjoyed Springs, spent Thursday In Starke
'' Those. invited to be with Mrs. | during the afternoon. This af.I' with, his daughter Mrs. C. DHayes. .
; Jonen oil tills occasion were: J\Iell-I'' faIr was' in the nature of a dolt t \
;tvl' t dames A. Z. Adklns L. Wyman, I party as well as a birthday party 'ti
Edward Burns S. L. Peek, M. L. for each guest present brought Nathan Prevatt, a student of t- \ r
1 t 1 }ligge. J. S. Duller and Miss Mabel their doll.\ The little hostess received Brunswick Business College, v
WlIer.l \ many lovely gifts from her Brunswick Ca., spent the week-
-_. --'------- frleiulH, and late in the afternoonMrs. end In Starke with home folks. r
1, ':\NMKKTH:('l1T1\1-} \I\IIITTJoI'): : :: : Hemingway served the children fc
d '? '., i' WITH KTAHKKCIIIIISTIA.V with light refreshments. Joe Lambe of Montreal Can., Is
KMlKAVOK: : f|I Those preeent were: Mildred here for a two months visit with RIB. BO: : I

Hundley, Lillian Sternberg, Joyce, his parents \Mr.' and \Mrs. J. : if I \
+' Tho Executive District Committee of Christian of the :I I Mary and Alice Mast, Vera Claire I II Ljiunbe.
University I
Katie Fugate, Elizabeth!:
{ 'I Endeavor: met at the Presbyterian Holllugsworth, Frankie Hitch, 'Misses Gertrude Wynn, O'June
t church Sunday afternoon as guests Virginia Alvarez, Freeman Keg- Adkins and Mary Lee Wynn of
of the local En\leuvor. I later, Jr.. and Frank Hemingway. lampion were guests Tuesday of
After the business meeting oft I ____---__ \Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley
''kl : the committee (the guests were taken I t TOMMY: (iltll'l'1\ HITCH SAJF

,, over to the Presbyterian manse n-i.Kim.\TKH I: : mm m>.\\ \Mrs A. II. Hall of Jacksonville .
$ where delicious refreshments of I I""s, "spending, the week In Starke :
strawberries and whipped, cream Mr. and Mrs N. T. Hitch entertained with her parents Mr. and Mrs L. I ; y"y
and cake was served I! Monday afternoon from S, Hutto. : f r/ vI
i t Among the visitors were Mrs. II. 'I tour to five-thirty at their home on MAY T!!
I'' D. Matthews and Mrs G. 1>. Moore Cherry street, the occasion being Owen Grlffln of Jacksonville to 117 DAYS
of lIawthlrne.Vil. on Oreen... vice I t
president of the University District i ---- --,
and G. II. Bell of Gainesville 'I t. With keen
tyj 1 .y a appreciation of Blue Ribbon Sales of the past
t and John Sale of Archer. '
and its
.1 accomplishments
v we open the doors of this great
iiEWl1'I: cmru; jf store Monday morning May 7th, upon our supreme merchandising

i 1 .STlmT.\: INpl.: ) );. r achievement-This is your invitation to share in
1 ; The Well-B lanced Man the marvelous] values offered.

The Sewing Circle of St. Mark's
Episcopal church were entertained 't'om w

s Monday afternoon by Mrs. II. it.t The Most Sensational Merchandising -

1 l Young at her home on Call street. Will S
1. neautlful spring flowers were used -
Event in All
w Our 60 Yearsof
to brighten the living: room where
I 1
; S the ladles spent the afternoon In r: I
5, t ;!sewing and chatting I ; Store
.1 Mrs. William Wlshart of West- HAVE MONEY .- .t.

r field N. Y., was present and gave .
'S 6 1 a very Interesting talk during the I I .. A We want you to come and see how much you can really
t t i afternoon. Miss Nora Norton of II I L save on new things that you need for the Summer months.

Gainesville was also a guest at this", Ark Make up a party and plan] to spend the day. There is every

t meeting. I II 4' thing here for your comfort and convenience-free parking -
l 1 The hostess served her guests", 1 J. garage-spacious rest
rooms-writing parcel
y with dark secret unj l coffee.NOT ,, checking
ti service-mailing privileges-everything that will
fYi { !CK: OK *"T y ; "e' add to your comfort.

W. M.- .MKKTIMJH: : '"' A r ,
i. One of the
I I d" U .'; Havs Lunch In
4 j Our Own Main Floor South' Great
Do not start business
a until have 1
T '
you enough P
Circle No. Ono with 1IrlJ.. M. 1 .! ; Restaurant r Stores.
Brownh'O louder, will meet 1
c' day afternoon at Man-I| to see your future through SAFELY. Until 1f
i the homo of Mrs. James Shepurd. f

t Circle No. Two with Mrs. O, P. ,Ii
i Kuymoail ua leader will meet at that time keep your money SAFE in the bank
I tha home of Mrs. J. II. Hundley I

r \\! I"''Jt After Monday the afternoon business meeting at four the o'clock.cot- and "talk it over" with your banker before you Watch

rii taga prayer service will be held.: tr, Jacksonville! j jpaprra
.t\\ Circle No. Three with Mrs. W. J. l I leap into something you may regret. r
2 t !
: Epperson as leader, will hold their i r Vew.Janers

t 1 regular meeting at three-thirty I I'I
$, p; I, Monday afternoon and will meet It you cannot attend, watch Jacksonville news-, ffi
i at the home of Mrs. Epperson. I I I I -** starting Sunday, May 6th. Order your I. .
',.j All members of these circles are need from these pages of bargains Tour mall order '
urge>J to attend these meetings. j will receive prompt attention.

('.\lm OF TIIAXKhf I

i 1 We wish to-thank the kind peo- i'I BANK OF STARKEA

pie for their kindness during the

ll Illness and death of our husbandS I ROLL OF HONOR BANK
S S brother, J. Z. Anders. 5 ;

t Mrs. J. Z. Anders and; family. E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier 1 r'
r O. J. Anders.l .
l Mrs. N. :J. Strickland.
t Mrs C. B. Strickland.
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a. I BRADFORD corxrv TELEGRAPH STAUKE .'..on....
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I,un,,..IPiW4A4aYYIlyplllllelWlrtlNMlal" % ul iiiiijjioiii IrllWllaral i ii t8l..r.--.w..... ._-, 1.'I ,1 Mr and Mrs. Tommy Oldhamand 1 1 I: n lj. I II Smith ore among those I n

children of Jacksonville: were attending the Shriners Convention

!! In Starke Friday afternoon.Mr I I In Miami this week.

Bits ofLocal II an
of Jacksonville "spent' Sunday In employed on. the Wanneo branch Saturday .I

Starke with friends. spent Sunday with his family In -

Nevs'Concerning Tampa. ,I

Call in and the
see beautiful Imported --
fII l- '
linens on display counter. !Mr. and Mrs. B. Hodges and

Our People, Business and Amy Moore at T. & 1.. Store. little daughter of Jacksonville ,

Progress of the County and Town. were week-end guesa{ of !Mr. anj' Best Granulated Sugar 10 Pounds 62c

Miss Grace Bishop> l of Cedar Key Mrs. A. P. lIotrn lIu. j J I

was a guest last week of Kev. and
.-..-.,.--..-...-..,,".--..,.........--,..-...--.----.-- Mr. Miss Harriet Hitch has been-- I I I Limit 20 Pounds to Customer' t .
i"an' nunsuilnlNnalih,!, I ,!! "" "t! !!:='':':' '!.--="''-"'''--'''' no__ ,--ei I Russell S. Carleton. : enjoying -
a several days visit In Co- '

|u", \ .HUH HEPOPTtl .business visitor to Starke Wednesday Enoch Grim of. Lawtey; was coa the guest of Mr. and! Mrs. Jos. ,J I --_'_'_ ''lU1IIl! --_ __ 1. ,_ --,--'_.<4"""" I I'I .1

transacting business in Starke }Wilson. .
,I' ,rt for week ending Tuesday. llonelcss Hams NUT-OLA Compound
It! I g | 1,111)I
Southern Forest Ex- Dr. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MldJleton : I
It. A. Tucker Is spending a t "
+ don Starke Branch few days in Tampa. looking after J. L. l'eek'apent' the first of the are spending the week in :Miami: I SUGAR CURED | OLEOMARGARINE | Fresh Lot ,

I tl week In !Miami attending the where they are attending the

76 61 ',00 business affairs. Slirlner'g Convention.Mrs. > Shriners Convention.Mr. I Per Lb. 23c 1
Hi 1i3 .00 Per Lb. 25c Per Lb. 1412Kingan's Ir.y
I .
113 63 2.49 Florida and Spanish Peanuts. J. WV.. nnladen Is spending and Alra. ''''. F. Bnrpfoat'

s 70 46 .00 F. Kickllter.: this week In Jacksonville with her and daughters, Eunice au.l Marieof ....- _. .
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70 40 .00 duughterIrs.! \'''. S. BUkely. Sanderson were visitors to > 1UIRII'oMm- --" -r. __

Starke Sunday nf I t>noon( I'I'
4ti .00 Mrs. L. J. Wynn of Hampton,
I U .to: was here Thursday as the guestof Col. and Mrs. D E. Knight and ----- Sliced Breakfast Bacon ;3Srf? 39c '

Mrs. F. A. Scott. son Paul, motored to St. Augus- Harold C. Wall left Monday for ;, .) (4I
82lllntall: 61 .00 tine Sunday.Col. Miami where lie will attend\ the I !
;I t, .
Shriner's Convention He was RC- I 'W'T --

f5 1 | ------.-.- 2.79 Callis Manning was a business and! Mrs. D. II.: Height were companled as far an Jacksonville '|
visitor to Jacksonville last Thurs-
ent in afternoon. the guests of friends in Jacksonville by !Mrs. Wall who] will enjoy n visit" OSCKOLA FRESH Stt'IFT'S'/ JEWEL
Saturday day
well l! CERTOMaking
I I' Tuesday there with friends.ENTER'S. '

A wonderful food, Poinsettia. I Lima Beans COMPOUND LAUD i '

..IIHIIrs J. J. Morgan spent i Ice Cream. Butler's Pharmacy, Perfect for dinner or parties RACE I ; .' p.- Jams and
Poinsettia Ice Cream. Butler's 1'lb.Pail $1.21
I \
friends In Micanopy. phone 160.
Pharmacy phone 160. elsks -- No. 2 cati Jellies
Your Tote mid Sii|>|M>rt. /-!lb. Pail 67c )
of Flttone, was a I. V. Stone of Sanderson was
'sttor to Starke Friday. a prominent afternoon.Mr. visitor. to Starke Friday is Miss spending Julia several Green nC days Jacksonville In Starke, We have entered the race of 2 for 25c 2-16./,11 .1.k 8 oz. bot. 32c .

with relatives. / friendship service and !satisfaction : -
o..Wltt C. Jones was shop- auJ assure everybody If you

"" knonvllle Monday. and Mrs. J. J.Brooker Morgan and I Mr. W. M. Davis, Jr., of Anna will come In and meet us, you will It/---/ ._- ._ ------...,- -_. _-g _Jr-, 1
son. Clarence, of wel'evisitors
----- Maria Beach, was the guest of Mr. give us your vote of approval
out M1trs. W II. Hart were to Starke Saturday.P. and Mrs. J. J. HlKdon Monday.Mrs. BUTLER'S I'HAUMACY "d
Maxwell House Coffee
II ,ksouvllle Monday. % 48c :r; $1.42

-- I J. Pearce was a business visitor :MJIUI! OPNotlc'o I11IaUt"I.! ; !\1.1'1 '"' ita r rKinyan's
1 O. B. Coluou of Ilrooker. .

\tl' C. A. ]Knight were to .Jacksonville Friday after- was a visitor to Sturlce Wednesday IH hereby Kivi'ii that. th<. ,._-- --- -,...,- .."" -- ----_._- 1 ,
ksonville, Tuesday. noon. afternoon.Mrs. Undersigned. J. /KpporHKii) HHbhcrlff
of 111"ml ford Cmiutv' Klorliln,
under nod Ijv \lrtiif i>t.I'a > <>i \inln ix01 -
) d I !Mrs J.Orlando.Frank Thoman Kickllter Hampers and Corn crates. J. F. M. Levtton returned home UI loll.coal iHMIllllK of' the out
:;'miuiN in last week after a several days visitIn ; In and) for u\il l ;' futility( "
I?: 'i.I:: heating, : dauthn: 'Uh\ day nt i SLICED PEACHES'

.vttorney! It. V. Knight Louis Kahr and. Miss Wilma. Edwards Valdosta, Georgia (M.irth'IIIIBIwherein, A, J) 192N Kliirlilu,' In\: :Hull llimlwiiroCompany I11111 roilaln: : One /'nititit Call 11'' i

\\' rtnesday in Jacksonville. were visitors to St. Augus- J. P. Dickinson of Hampton, was a. CorlO"lItI..lI.I was iilulnIlir Large Can 1
I and II ll.I .Manoii wn" clpfpiiriunt I
Jacksonville Sunday.Mr.
-- tine and nan, levied I i ; ofthe 31c '
transacting business In Starke upon an the property PerLb.33c 22cPillsbury '
t 'i.uiney of Hrooker was ad.iiclouePoinsettia Wednesday. mild ili fendant, II, 01. Mutton,
I'' Tuesday. Edwin Larson of Keystone that :certain |tiopprtv' : : Hltunte t In ,
Starke hradtnrd! l Cuunty: \ J'lurldt' i l ilixotlbwdHI I I .

Heights was a prominent visitorto A. n. Surrency of the Brooker *All follows 1II"'hnII": --1 -_..........RJI"I"IIB'IE.w! ,,- <.-.om .. ......_
Icenutlrr's Starke Monday afternoon.Mrs. furnttiiro. -
section was a visitor to Starke and all Koodii. and hntul( In.I'aleil .
Pharmacy, phone In th" .store Imlldliigr formallyrnnfl
1 P. B. Hunt and father Mr. Wednesday afternoon.> r:, IWad UrtPfl fur
Haynea of Hampton were visitorsto and will "rf,.,' for nali. rot tlu, pur- I<
Prolific Cubano Flint
Hastings ,
of said I
pone intlxfvlnir HXI-CU! Ion
Miller and daughter Miss Starke Monday. and Mexican Juno Corn. J. F. the Bald property, lit tin,' .n.nl i ilnur' : i

< ,Wlldwood, spent Mon of the County hurt Ilous./ In itmdtin I ... fJ-! ( f
Kickllter. -- ;
-- ,
Starke. Dorothy Alvarez, of Jack- a Comity, Florl<1l1. un tin llli cluvof I l f
In Miss
imitlniz' Jon A. it? 1928, between t they
sonville, was a visitor to Starke hours; of: eleven o'rloi l ;In, ;tli: f''c-. ;I s l
Mrs. U A. Weeks of Brooker noon and two u'cloi :in iln. nfi.i '
Day and Bunch Velveti Sunday. spent Wednesday afternoon In noon and will then and' "<'IIUald 1?.
poixonal, > 'Irl the) IllKll Ia VIII '
i R" Kickllterl Starke with friends. |prnprrly| I IeHt STOPE
.j and bent bidder fur < nHhW. '
Peas. J. F. '
aiU Field .
----- Chufas J. HI-HI,IMSlH'fllT [ : |\. I II fVtltloii '
l k and daughter Evelyn Kickliter.Dr. Misses Violet Barefoot and All- 'I Kiinlfnd" Cnuntv, '
5-4-5t-fl-1. .
I I __ Ji"rldjiAIM (
";Tate Farm, were visitors Frazier of 1Ia'llenny.were : ,
een ; I-;
ruesday afternoon. James E. Chase of Ocala] is 'lilTI"milXT] UI'I.'I: \ 'rot I 0 I
visitors to Starke Mon.lay'atternoon. '
.U" I'ol.lII'4 .k
several days here with I
--- spending .
and !Mrs II. Wiggins atit -- his daughter Mrs. J. C. Hoover.Everybody's I 1 T<"! WHOM IT MY C( :l : I 1 '
TH'K IS IIRtinilY. ; ,m. M.N.h1\: r
I ilu( Santa Fe Association Poinsettia Dr. E. L. Biggs. N. Sternberg_ II Automfiblltt polltlfM" NnH 14B501( ,I..I 4' .
favorite, mufti" I -- -- -- - '
Sunday. inclusive N.IH fn ,
limpton I ; II
Ice Cream, sold at Butler's Pharmacy -/ (v4, ;;,:;;u Inrluslve, ";' und N'iS: : i'10 to _-- _.. .- -.-- ... -- ----- I

,and !Mrs. J. M. Davis were phone 160. A 239300 UnderwrIIre Inrluilve i liianih<>r tha' (of'olnnhtl NationalillllllTNlKlllt I:KMr< I you.:; will ii. taktin" an unfuMs.jd, l by I '---.---.-.--.,-..-.----,--- Y '/ I '

Jacksonville Wednes- [GENT WORD 1 Klin Inn. Co nr llartfdi, requiring i i II' is 'uIti'l':ItPh. dun this nOllo..1.
I'> 1(1 i > of Tampa, wan, for their validity tin i', ', I i |I" publlHliiMl. me... a w 'i'lc lor Thr"uj 1
Sam Rosenburg ture of a duly uuthorlao. 1 'ii rid, 11eensed j eon aerullve( weeks heron, tin 17tli' -1 d dIA
a business visitor to Starke last I unrein, haviIn I i (ii I I lootImllrlcM Since there 1 day. of Aim. A It 11)8.:: In tho Ilrmlf I I
---- COLUMN have not. .born I '
regularlyronntSrdgn.d 01 d ""Illy Teleirtuph" a weuklnuwniiuiiei >' GOOD USED CARS FOR
lIoltan Smith of Sampson Wednesday.Dr. iHHltl'd ,I') IIP< (111..M tf. FOIl SALE-Or rent for summer I for, nor premliimx' received .
Wednesday I' any Hralllorl. ( "uIIIy. Kloildn, and that 1
i visitor to Starke thvraiinder liy this I l 'UI.I I I
months furnished bungalow. tint k'lrit 1".IoIl..ti"n be at teaHt
: 61
Freeman 1"yln
Img and Mrs. A. II. ,. will In- \nIiiflisH: and I ] the lOlKlitefll: '' .dnbelol. tllu 17th day .
Ocala were visiting friends In Cor Temple and Jefferson Ave., inutile. of whiniiHDi! ver tin! y may rolland of. Miiy. ) SALE
Inquire of owner, E. C. Tappen: any claim tm" roiimm' would' imIIIeKal \ \I:1.I/.lIillr:: ; na.n,1\ t the seal. I : l .
Ink II Hill of Lawtey. was a Starke Saturday. and fi.iudulpiil It found of the ('hr' uii Court of itrndfordCounty I I ,
they should b<< turned, to the Cot Florida' I bin the 25Ui day '
lunitila 8. C. ollli\,'"r of the 1'uinniny. of .April A. 1) HI3X.O I,
SALE-Porto Rico Sweet Po- No rlaim of any ,nature pnrpuitlntfto W Ar.DKUMAN, I. I I
be bawd. upon; thtirn will b* ree- I Clerk I Circuit r, Court, for 100.00+ !
tato draws II. L. Stevenson, oM'III".d by the Company. The puullo Krailftird. County FloridaA 1 Buick Touring
Starke Fla 4-27-lt* will please tnkn. nut ire oecur,1Insly., S. "ClthiWH.Solkltoi .
('OljJ lAI. KIKK HNJ, >I<:
KH\VIIIT1CIIH for Petitioner 4-27-lt-S-t: I IIT'S I
UPREME Shocks Jlr..nch. of Nnllnnnl' Fire! liiHurancu
FOIl 8ALT3-Porto Klco sweet potato Co., of Hurl' ford. Ford 2-Door Sedan 275.00
Stern, Starke, By Sflbela Urure and, Co.,
SERVICE Absorbed draws. Harry flfneral Agent. voL'it MVIKWhen : I ;f*1 al
Fla. 4-37-21 5-4-6t-n-l. Columbia, a C. I
you are bllloufl, conHtlpateilheadtrhey .
STATION FOR SALE Furniture, horse, .\1':11'1'1".1'11"\0'1'; ) III'I.\'I'I'\U 'r(1I.oe'P : or dlaxy correct thin con- 1 Essex Coach $175.00 k
cushion the I'Oi.II'IK'4To illtlon bv the line nf Lanes Pills One
Any tire will milk cow alit. truck. Mrs. II. ,pill nt night will Drive relief'' +

ordinary bumps and Kaszynskl. 6-4-lt WHOM: IT MAY CONfRRN: NO- Mill IIKI.I.'M IHl1U SIOIIK 4i1;
for SALE-New one-horse Hack- Fire PollcleH. NOM. 78:17(1: to 7m road
jars of the a FOIl IntliiMlvu of tho Colonial Mire trn- I Ii
ney wagon. Best grade. J, F. d..rwrltere. Branch. of National Fire
while. 8-4-2t* Ins, Co., of Hartford requiring tor i "M;
Kickllter. i asasasasas
their validity the count. mlirnatureof ,2,1ass i !!
a duly nuthorlxed and licensed.
Hoods do this nat- FOIl SALE-Or rent, furnished I agent, have heen lout* since these
policies have not I been r..KulitrlypotinterHliirneii ,
urally. bungalow, with double garage. "' or issued, which fact Baby Chicks Carload WillysInightsand.Whippets4' I ', "
Cor. Temple and Jefferson Ave., the undernlirneil, local agent" hereby : ,

But they go further. Inquire of owner E. C, Tappen. nor publicly any' atth premiums'mHj: or received accounted there for, ,r I

54tt. under by thin Conltany, they. vrlll be
They eliminate completely valueless and void: In ,the ands of Thoroughbred registered ba-
whomsoever. they may fall end any and 6's
the big shock all LOST Oil STHAYED-One small, claim thereunder would be literal. s
dunn colored mare mule, strayed and fraudulent.' If found they 'ahould by chicks for sale. All kinds.
dread-too Reward I be returned to I the Columbia:: H C
at Lawtey.
car owners from my place olllce ut the Company No claim of available.
offered for any Informa any nature 'piirnortlnff: 'bo basedupon See These Cars-New Modt t ,
early lire replacement.At I Lawtay.Fla. them will !> recognized by theCompany. ;
tlon. Dr. O. W. Brown,
The public' I will pleaiietake /
6-4-Zt* notice. .00 nil .
a point where nrcnrdlnKlr 11f'r4'llt ivery Rltar.anlcc(1. qll

others gasp their last I FOIl 11KJJT--Two furnished BleepIng Cu., of Hy I In tjelbeln rt ford. Tlruce and Co., I ISold' els and PricesQUIGLEY ;

See Amy Moore, T. General Agent I
breath of air, Hoods 6-4-2t-* -.4-Bt-ft-1 r'nliimbht' H C.rnTlcFl I IHUTU ,
( ) & P. Store. by ,
it keep right on easing you I r
FOR RENT-Five room unfurnished In Ciretilt Court, Twenty-Sixth Ju-

I, along the road. I house. D. L. Sllcox, dlrlul Florida., Circuit In ,Chancery.Ilradford UOlIlIl). It'S PHARMACY & DAVISI

Starke Flo. 6-t-2t- I(I City of Starke, H municipal cor

I poration.Petitioner Phone MO HTAIIKK, .'1.p. ..\, w

SEWINO J MACHINES Singers I v..*. (

and other standard makes.thoroughly Htatw 9 of Respondent Florida : ...,........... ............ ............,...... ................. I -..-..- -- .. .
reconditioned and In Petltlnn to tndldaEe Monti. =========""1= ====': I ---- - -----.--.--.__ _t

'v F sewing order. Ten to TO TUB CITIZEN AND TAX
perfect P\YKKH! OP THn CITY OF STARKE FOLKS Ity J. E. Corpening
thirty-five dollars It will pay STAHKF], AND AIr PKHSO.NaINTKItHUTKl : : I
to call and see tin when In Jack- : : ), aniJklTI.NO' : *
Von" and each o( yen will take notice I
& sonville or write us for I that the City of Starke. a municipal EDGnRDID tt
Inrorma-j 1 corporation, under the law 'CAUSE IT
also maintain yE5 Ii
N tion. We lot the tate of Florida, by' and [ YOU WASN ARE I ALL GAMES J I
\ rtl I .-... complete repair shop for every through" Its City Council, him fllttl r /
tl ? e make of machines In the city. a petition ID the Shove, styled ,court H URFr o OUT on ] TbiuET ARTICLES AT
24th of NDS
under date the day April / I
Bring the head or ship U. A. t>. 182U. to havi the Issue of Ten I! ,. i THeY Ric rc THE

\\s11kV\ ; I Prompt service, reasonable Thousand of bondS, an(110.0(1000)nuthorUed} dollar by, the worth.1(Ity V r; ;'S
I charges and all work> or ma- I'oundt..t the City of Htarke and an "
provided for by law, validated amirunflrmed r :
guaranteedto 'I
out by us
chines put 5Tultf
1 I >>y dr., of the above ) :
1 give perfect satisfaction. WIt styled court. ,
rw. And that on the, 24th April l,
943 Forest St.. r..rf. I
Moulton : .
A. D. 1923. an order pf i
Jackacksonvllle. FU. 5-4-2t the said Court. against| the Htate of I kZn Ittnil r' ']Its,,,
-- Florida, r, iinlrlntf It, through' the I F. l 4 S I'
and Honorable II. V. Knlgnt, State Attorney
SALE-Tomato: pjants) E !
FOR for the Twenty-fdxth I
for sale. F. F. rid Circuit .>f Florida to chow JUdl.\\ p
1 .
sweet peppers I before the Honorable A. Z ii..ru. r' 'tQ? ,',} 7a+(r; r' iS'II .. -- vI ... 1'I
54it'FOR I
I \Ift, .,
s Flume.. Judge nf the Raid Court, at tftarke.In 1 tr :
-- I
Ilradford county, Florida, a coun
SALE-Mule, wagon and the aforenald' Circuit on the I
Starke ntnd of Mar; A. n 1924, at Ten 1 1I
,r harness. Edgar Davie 5-4-lt O'clock not be validated A. M why and said.confirmed.THKSK bond should. I I I Results are evidence of success Folks like to shop

", Fla. --- AUK TIII nf: FORE to command I Corpening's Drug Store i"

4 FOR- SALE-192 Dodge Coupe retiulred you and to each be of you appear are hareby before !I here! You can't help liking this place-it'S' so ; I II ''
mechanically perfect. A pick up the rn 'r Z. Adlclna,
Judre. of the Bald Court, at Starke, I cheerful and serviceable. Get the healthttThe Service Store"Starke
for cash reason for Belling, goIng Elradford county, Florl.on. the happy
north Apply Seaboard tower 17th day of May. A. D. 192, at TenYclnck L
.... ( A ... and how ",,''ue. If any habit of coming in I Fla. 't
6 .. m. to 4 p. H). 8. D r1s. f" ""_,.whyaVI bond- Rlfo.lot l not \ I ttw

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nR.\Dfo'ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORID.- .. __ .._ ._ ntin\y-. 'I\r tTOM.1TO
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---- membership is reference enough. I'Indk'
-- ---- :\ ber land In northern California, : more fertilizer
: NEW RIVERMiss : dying, '
I with mills to manufacture box Due to the widespread interestIn : than F*

shook. this citrus co-operative the U. Tomatoes as-well as most all 4 EHslo Hupp, Cor. Don't Bradford needthcounty. ,. -t, s,It,,','1Tl' (" '*i

Farmers & FarmingBy I An average of around $10.000- S. department of agriculture sent other plants are subject to attacks ..1NNNvN11NNIIN. Huhnlmt! | ?:', ':
to '
of Its to California (
000 worth of purchases for members of various insects and diseases. New River, May 4.-Mr. Sadlerof dependent. nut 1 II. I<, I

Is also made annually, In addition make a survey and write a bulletin Generally the black flea beetle Is the State Farm, was a visitorto Ists do not ttt'u i ,, ",,JI", 'He'
Editor) I work teal
( Agricultural to business of several mil- on the organization's attack strawberries ,,]?" h!:
the first Insects to Mr. L. Johns Sun- ,
to the California among the home of art
-. ,.. .. .... I lion dolalrs a. year In marketing These experts point the tomato, by frequently cutting graph. Son, if \ ,,," 'hlll[
Fruit Growers' Exchange as I
Are Invited to Contribute Articles upper grades of lumber obtained I of the foremost examples at( down the seedlings The control day.Mr. B. Crews of Lake are the only' "I' 1'. ,'m
Farmers and Truckers I from timber holdings but not usedIn "one I is spraying witha and Mrs county raise, c? t n, ..j" !t
and preventative If,
and Methods FoundTo successful co-operative market Butler, were visiting friends and view the hT""
Nails tissue
of Farm Experiences I I Ii box materials. I Is solution of Bordeaux mixture land.'I"', 'I
No. 1237 wru
box labels, fertilizers, heat Ing. Their bulletin. relatives here Sunday. Beach Indepeini. ,'.
Be Best Suited to Our Country wraps and arsenate of lead. This spray n |
now on file In WashingtonHOIIDKAUX and Mrs. M. L. Johns were ''Hlt' <1''
Mr. with .
ing equipment "pedigreed" bud- himself you on .
i may be made by the grower I i III. "
i at '
and relatives trr.
and similar suppliesare visiting friends dates, dad '
wood stock MIXTfltR: or it may be made by adding : Illici. I ':
.. : : handled by the Exchange sub: PIIKVI3VTH; : DlsKASI! water to the dust Bordeaux that I II Sampson City Sunday. some Bardfo'rlI. ,, ,I. "" ',
Mrs. J. C. Pringle was a business to vr"'
sidiary. \VATKKMKIXINS: anywhere. grace you t.ii:
I (Ho' ; can be purchased almost ** ,
Development of Citrus Mutual lire insurance Is another I I Another serious pest to the tomato visitor to Starke Saturday.Renfroe and, J. graph. All right.. '. '' III"*,

Exchange, activity According to I Watermelon growers of Florida grower Is the tomato fruit Messrs. Everette borrow some sm, \I,, ,,n', | .
'. Mr. Deiell. fire prevention meth- I to B.I Crews, were visiting Lawtey on cream, and It ,,. "'
who desire to produce a good crop worm which causes direct injury > : \\', ,
: By-Products Adds to Revenue ods Instituted and mutual Indem- would do well to take measures to I the fruit by eating a hole and then last Saturday.Mr. us we will has.. ., ",\? ,11] ytiU'
nity contracts tarried between ],;'k- prevent anthrarnose in areas 'burrowing through the whole and Mrs. J. L. Johns were tuous feast. p., ,?, Heath',
. in Starke :,
associations covering fire attending to pendent.
change where this disease is prevalent. fruit. The control and preventalive -
hazard on packing houses represent the ot Dr. O. F. with one Thursday. .
Of Growers This Is opinion Is to dust frequently
,. Co-operative Grapefruit IK .,..
a coverage aggregating $12- Weber associate plant pathologistof of the arsentlcal poisons, calslum NOTI CFl for a number of 'n 1 i ,lnjp t, $(
with 148 separate risks in atl]!
000,000 Corn
I the Florida Experiment Station. arsenate or arsenate of load. cUlt
L, Adequate protection against fire I If1 Often anthracnose is a very serl Is sometimes used as a trap crop Persons wishing to fish In the famous Engllali, i',",|1l( ?!
How fiillfoinla E:\1'111&1(1' Hundl,11r. miJ thus return to the grower a losses anj) savings In Insurance are disease In watermelon \fields and Is effective And grapefruit m.. .,int fe
ous \to spare the tomato, water lakes and streams out- i
' for (Jrowir greater amount of profit, and at claimed as a result of the system. I fresh grapefruit OH I ii h,,, ,I" ,
r. sl l" ',Ine" Rabin" ss It Is worse In rainy weather, andso If planted at the proper timeto of the county in which they no
the same time maintain an economic Some Impressive testimony as to side kind of grapefm: t ,,,i ,,,
has had Is '
llllll/InK AVimtc far the present spring when the worm BI.
<4 at I'rollt, be In silk resident can now obtain license -
are a with Florida.
',;, :1"1'1"1111'11", I''C.I for Cow I balance In the open market. (the effects ot the big business I more rainy weather than any simi- causing Injury to the tomato; the by applying to the county .

}'('C'CI X'Wlm.. (.It rite IHet for Dnlry Cattle methods of the California co-oP- lar season In recent years. If the worm preferring to feed on the i judge. Do not wait until the last' With approxivnt" u-i Ina- ,
Now and then opinion has been erative In the citrus belt of that weather should continue wet, an- [ !
closed season as all workmen on the i 6,
day of the J'c ,Ibe|,
While the primary purpose of expressed by Florida grapefruit state, Is given by Henry M. Robinson thracnose Is practically certain to torn.Blight sometimes causes the cannot be supplied on that date. Peterson Constfi i \n < J

the California Fruit Growers Exchange callers that grapefruit pulp and president of the recently be destructive In watermelon grower no little trouble and may Season opens on May 16th 1928. Orlando is punh\u work olUJIIt;

In to pack ship sell and peel could be used for a dairy radon merged banking organizations of fields. cause serous results. It causes Call early if you wish to fish on the foundation for v.>],iKa, 01

", advertise products of member The work done along this the First National, Pacific South- The plants should be sprayed the leaves to wither dry and fall first day. now courthouse .u 1'.Land.' car

growers In the fresh fruit markets line by the California Exchange': west Trust and Savings and First with 4-4-50 Bordeaux mixture be- ofT weakening the plant ami Respectfully ,. when completed will, ..

of the nation and abroad the raml- an outlined by K. G. Dezell general Securities company of Los Angeles fore the disease gets a foothold.The dwarftlng the fruit. Even when GEO. A. GARDINER investment: of m It/I\ repret 100.1..

+ flcatloim of grower actlvllleH In manager, l Is of particular In- lie says the development of the I spray should be mixed thor- the yield Is not serously affected County Judge. ...

. this successful co-operative mar- tercut to both growers! and dairymen citrus industry in Southern California oughly and applied under a pres- the unshaded fruit may scald and II Jacksonville- Thinugh"' *r.

'. keting association are of more In this state. through the conservative: I sure of 175 or 200 pounds. The sunburn. The spray for the flea Doc Hlller says: Do not dena- of industrial dlvim, ?, "I i j JII,

than pausing: Interest to Florida I "The Exchange laboratory is and competent management of the entire surface of the plant, Including bettle will aid in preventing the : ture your garden by letting some- ville Chamber of (c"mraern.: :

I growers and business interests probably one of the moat Interest- exchange system has stabilized the both under and upper surfaces I I disease or at least delay It. Spray- boJy else do all the hard work In Air Products Co md 1'res{.

i One of the more Important new Ing branches of Exchange service" financial aspect of the growermember of the leaves, shoulj be covered tag as a preventative will gener- It. Co., will construct i {pim.pt i ,, | .
, activities la the development of mild Mr. Dezell, "Here Is wherewe to such ah extent that he thoroughly.If I ally repay the grower. 1 1I -

citrus by-products to turn wnsteanj develop new liens to increase' has become a major factor in the the weather continues rainy -_.- -.,,-- I
" '. salvage Into cash for the bene- consumption or turn refuse Into general progress of his community."We the spray shuld be repeated every I I I I

t' fit of growers. C. O. Teague, cunh. operate a chain of branch week until the melons are well on I i r !
, .. president of the California exchange "One of the latest discoveries in banks many of which are stltuat- toward maturity. I, | HINTS! TO HOUSEWIVESWeekly : [ I II

' :,' sketched these activities that the pulp of oranges, after ed In citrus centers. When an exchange -- i I I I' BJ

i.. briefly In a recent Interview. the juice has been extracted, and grower comes to us for financial liAKLV: rOISOMMJ: IS I from Home Demonstra-| ;

''1 "A products department of the the peel, after t the oil U extracted i aid, we know we can de- :MOST 1'KOKITAHIiK tlon Specialists, TallahasseeTry :

' Exchange manufactures and mar- makes a nourishing diet for dairy pend upon him to paY' his obligations 110'.L AlKKVIh: CONTROL I I I

... kets orange and lemon byproducts i rattle that Is richer In the de- promptly. We have assisted I these ivrlH'H| tlul'lng"lttlonal
made from culls and other velopment of butter-fat content in |In the financing of a number of The time to poison boll weevilsIs Egg Week, May 17.

unmarketable grades of fruits." milk than beet tops and other packing house associations which Just as they come out ot hiberna-

Teague said, "Two companies are forma ot silage. have been paid for by revolving tion, advises Edgar F. Grossman I Angel Cuke pf y

maintained, one for oranges and "The chief trouble in developing fund taken out a little at a time of the Florida Experiment Station. Take the whites of 2 eggs adda

one for lemons. A business this new idea to date is that from the sale of the products This means that poisoning should pinch of salt and beat thoroughly. -

amounting to several hundreds, of we ran only deliver it wet and at through the centarl exchange. : begin just before the squares are Add 3-4 teaspoonful of creamof

. thousands of dollars yearly Is short 'distances, as is sours quickly. "[ might go so far to say that in large enough to hold a weevil egg tartar and beat veryvery stiff

1'. conducted In the manufacture of Our scenttsts are now work-' some sections the citrus growers and continue until the first of Have 1 1-2 cups granulated sugar

concentrated orange Juice, orangeoil Ing on a process to dry this sal- are really the backbone of the I I July.The I well stilted and add; gradually.Add .
citric acid citrate of lime lem- vage product and ship it In bales community and have made it possible use of syrup mixtures for vanilla as desired. Measure I

on oil and citrus pectin. thus saving a considerable disposal for some of our banks to be controlling the hibernated weevilIs 1 1-3 cups of flour after sifting

"Orange and lemon oils are tak- cost and turning it into additional established so it Is a somewhat highly recommended by Mr. four or five times and fold In. BakeIn

en from the skin for flavoring profit." reciprocal proposition with us. We Orossman. The syrup mixture Is a moderate oven from 35 to 50

purposes. Citric acid and citrate[ of Growers' Interests are extensiveIn have helped the citrus growers, made by first adding one pound minutes In an ungreased angel e 8ylr fF

lime are made from lemon Juice. other phases of business also and they have helped us through ) of calcium arsenate to two gallonsof cake tin.

Citric acid is used for ma.Heine, operated by the Exchange. The their great co-operative system" water. Stir this mixture until Gold Cake fSmartAAdiizilhJdAA

for soft drinks and for industrial Fruit Growers' Supply company, The spectacle of citrus growers there are no sumps ot calcium ar- Gold cake Is the companion of

purposes, such as the printing of a subsidiary supply department of walking Into a Cadillac dealer's senate left then add one gallon of angel cake-rich bright yellow In

calico. f'ltrus pectin Is a new product t the Exchange secures the advantages salesroom and driving home a new syrup and stir again. Lime shouldnot color- made from the yolks of

made from lemons for jelly- of volume purchase and Insures car, paying cash for It, is a com- be added to syrup mixtures.It eggs left from making the angel ) Colorful

making purposes dependable supply of grove mon experience to Don Lee, head Is very Important t9 get the cake. It carries with It the same

w "A complete research laboratory and packing materials to grower of the California distributing organization poison on the plants whether rain I appetizing vitamin content of egg

i r' maintained by the Exchange stud- members, Teague Bays. As a meansof for Cadillac and La I Is expected or not, says Mr. Gross- yolks BUICK leads thefashionparac

.. ies the problems of orange and controlling box supplies for SnIIe. He says many of the "big man. The syrup mixture will with Take 1 1-3 cups sugar and' 1 2

fr, lemon by-products and Is ever developing example, the subsidiary company orange and lemon men" are preferred stand as much as one-half inch of butter. Cream together well.

r', new possibilities In this controls lumber Interests amount- customers of his dealers. heavy rainfall and is not washed cup Add yolks of 12 well beaten Fashionable throngs But Buick leads any otht

:\. field to further salvage 'leftovers' Ing to more 70,000 acres of tim- And as for creditthe exchange off by long light rains. Calcium and 2-3 of a cup eggs of milk 2 cups I sparkling motor cars and three cars in its field in do
If- arsenate dust applied at the rate like frock from lar for dollar sales and thiParistoday's
standing out a ;
and of bakIng -
f1 ,.... ot flour\ 2 teaspoonfuls
.>:.' of four to six pounds per acre during I ) Buick! tremendous volume Dial
: : powder.( Flavor to suit. BakeIn
: June Is recommended tor those value
F. a moderate oven.Hllu..hlne. Fleet low lines possible unequaled
.( : who prefer to use dust. The dustIs I Cake suggesting
.;. applied at five-day intervals, and rocket-like getaway and You may as well have a fin

, f < may be diluted with equal weight Sunshine cake Is a delicious appetizing unrivaled power glisten car, when you can buy it 1

of lime to lower the expense. health-giving pastry ing colors vivid and varied Buick's price. Smart
which can well be made a regular
Poisoning is not recommendedon AI the harmonies of Spring youthful-colorful-Buid
part ot the family diet. Here Is
poor soils, where there is no and soft rich upholsteries leads the fashion parade.
a. recipe:
fertilizer used. Unless there are Beat the whites of 6 eggs very delightful to the sight

prospects for more than one-third stiff. Add one cup of sugar and the and touch.
of bale acre it will not pay
a per
well-beaten yolks. Fold In 3-4 oft
like this UICK
the Luxury ordinarily B
poison crop.DEVELOPING
cup of flour to which has been costs a thousand dollars more.
I TilE: CHILD riled 1-4 of a teaspoonful of
I I cream of tartar. Flavor to suit. SEDANS #1195 to$1995 e t COUPES$1195 to/1850

I Nowadays they are talking a lot Bake from 45 to 50 minutes In anungreased SPORT MODELS ,1193 to#1523
"nutrition" of children. I angel cake tin. invertand All frttmtf...*. Tlho,. M :Io., farmmtmt tx .. t* UJ. T*. C.M.t Cfmmt
*plan,thi awe JttnrmUt,a .1461.
2 1 haven't been able to understand let cool before removing from .....
w everything about this ""Ita mine tin. .

y A, vitamlne B and vitamlne C" REGISTER MOTOR CO
thing I The latest Information about the
l' business but there Is one
beetle Is available to resI-
have gathered from .all this talk Japanese
dents ot the state who write to STARKE FLORIDA
best growth ,
about It. It is that for
and development of a child's body the State Plant Board at Gainesville WREN WILL BtltO>I
ask for the March bulle-
It Is necessary for the child to havea ,--
1i1 variety of foods In its diet eggs, tin.

oranges tomatoes and vegetablesand During the spring. months wom-
Your ChildrenAre
( ;
fruits. en of- the Calvary club. In Santa
That looks like Ills pretty slmpldoesn't
Rosa county planted 28,300 straw- weak
must they strong, alert and vigorous;or pale, ,
it? Mrs.
berry plants, 18 grape vines, 16,
cross and inactive? If the latter likely they '
about very
ANY v have had a pretty good Idea peach trees seven apples 18 pears
for all are suffering with intestinal worms, and need >
fee-ding children ours grew and three scuppernong vines. I I
off to be pretty husky and are not

.. :saw:..., troubled with indigestion, dyspep- WHITE'S Cream VERMIFUGEThe
sla, bowlegs or any other serious
.t'eil'u.rrr: ._ Mr,bihcGwL ailment. record of r
,rl""", w# Labor WantedTo worm-expeller with a 50-year
By the way do :you know what I success. a r A few doses are sufficient.
saw In the paper the other day? It

said that bowlegs are not necessarily dig potatoes at Penney k Sold By Corpeninvr's J Drug StoreHAMPERS
the result of child's trying to

walk too soon they are more apt Farms, beginning Tuesday,
I n a.nwpuudttxxa to be the result of lack of lime and =-

phosphorous In the diet. Seems May 1st. Crop good, field
.. .
Funny doesn't ItT I had ndver
mt .aa i ,
me aID -
stopped to think about it that way. clean.
Y.W P eD Cet AWI It also said that bad teeth are the

1 } hat; result of the lack of these minerals Apply

+ which are contained in milk and I .m offering for .Hale at price* that will one ran "*"*.
.. vegetables and fruit and eggs. first el... Bean Hamper mad from Hardwood, four wood I

All of us are familiar with the J C. PenneyGwinnCorp. solid hardwood bend that fit lore, two wlr*. stapled' *
\ old expressions about the boy be- the arkof
head. Total weight. 4 1-9: pound complete. Compare
i'IDST e ing father of the man and daresay will. .a'.shed
, 3tcouo 1"1..OOQ. PLA.O fAN these iramu-ra wit older.. aUo compare mr prleeI
many of us have never paid
. : = br oth.raLe. .
i .tP-t <'Tt.. much attention to them. Come to ..
I'. .. .. Farms Fla. .1.'
Penney .. quart
. than 23 at 2Oa each FOR 82: q-art and 28
ATTRACTIVE AM WELL think of It, however, it Is easy to .
Dimple materials with charm- "
j". ;yet In size but of good proportions 25 for .Is"! "
( that the child that receives .15 for !M: quart lie* and ...110 for 28 quart
PLANNED: COLONIAL HOME: Ing results. see ,
they are of "
dimensions .Is.'
The plan arrangement of the guests or-children.proper for proper food and care is more apt 50 for S9.00 for 33: quart .1... and S8.OO for 28 quart .mN'!

house to grow Into a good citizen, both JIIIIIIMIIUI-' 75 for *I3.00 for 33: quart al... and 12.00 for 38 quart
R. merits
(By C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., study. The architects A generous attic ii provided anda IIIIMAIIUIIIIWUUlIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIII .1.' .*
New York.) have worked out good size, cellar extends under the entire physically and mentally. 100 for fie.IO far 33: quart alaea cad 1B.OO for 28 quart .
The New England Colonial square rooms, properly arrangedand hou e. The laundry Is located in And last but not least our children LAND 2BO for 40.00.for 83 quart .1... and ':3B.OO for :28 quart .1..

house is typically American and it with abundant light. cellar. should receive the proper BOO for TS.OO for 82: quart ... cad S70.OO for :28 quart .1.' *

lends itself to our modern Ueas; The stairs are centrally located, I The entrance porch has latticed moral training so that they will SURVEYINGSubdivIding 1000 for .14.1.00 far 13 quart .1... and 140.00 for 28 ga...t -.*..

of living Just as did the old houses so they serve all rooms in a most sides and comfortable seats extending grow into god citizens morally. At- 0000 for B840.00 for S3 quart.!... and 98OO.OO for > quart'..
of generations convenient manner, while the tel' all, that Is still Important Drain- .r e"
ago. an inviting welcome.For All above f. o. b. L..t.". P'.- .. .pt will dellr
It Is a type that Is neat and trim 'stairs themselves mini- -- --
occupy a
a proper setting this house home demnstratlon (6000) at Bradford. 'Cillo"
Every member of the say utatloa, on railroad B.k. ,
and that fits well In mum of age Systems
one most surroundings. space. should have a lot not less than sev- club at Jay Santa Rosa ehna or Clay (,....tI....
The large bedroom on the second enty feet in width. Accurate WorkH. ....... 51.. e
county, has joined the all-year garden The prlrea are atrletly for ....... Mr
The simple rectangular plan /floor is the same size as the living ... ,
Complete prle wll
working plans and contest, reports Miss Ethel 2 c atralcht with ao dlaeount.
straight unbroken walls and plain room it has windows on three specifications of this house may be lolloway, home demonstration E. Lagergren
roof make for economy in construction sides and an open fireplace. It 'obtained
; for a nominal sum from agent. A year ago not a single Fla. J. L. HARRELL Laictey Fla.
makes Ideal owner's Starke ,
and the finishing, both an room. The the building editor. ,
Refer to member of this club was Interested -
inside and out, can be the most other two bed rooms are smaller House K-A-68.
In club work of any kind. Ca'tmtaar' aaum..anea.a.arelaaaa, I .' -

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] "IiICALflfloUncements Thin term ban left TIII l'Vh 1.10 published In Stark, Bradford county NO'rlf1 .

( -Brad-f HighSho I ply of fond I I Florida, Is hereby deslainated ax -
-d l that any ont furnlsh- the newspaper In which I this noticeantI
; en n recal with a or .mv" or per [ order s al lie published onoe a In Circuit Court. Twenty-Hlxth Judicial -

thfre are also some I "r' or for persons any \.k WITNESS fur 'my consecutive hand as Clerk weeks.and Clr'ul, Bradford Cuuiily.,

regrvt. There ; i I work on contrator./ the seal of the above named court Florida. I In ( 'h'' tt'ry,
mil, iiments are cash. Journal ", .. / Hits the list day nf March A. U.. Alex F. Krenlkul.,
\ n.nncoments will be let us forget those all apn..IU. 1S28. "I".'itt.

'navY at the follow- the pleasant ( for the U. W. ALD1BRMAN. vs
ha.r.l. '
,",.ii. except district o tllnIM. in no Clerk Circuit J. D. Jones, ot Ml.
Court Brad- .
jr each. the school has IUll so for the payment of (B1SAL) ford county DefendtintiNOTICE ;,I

; Edltop-In-Chlef ed people in A. S. CltEWS FlorIda TO At'PKVU:
-------------------- WILLIAM DUNCAN young IN SUIT TO
OF BOND TRfSTEBS Solicitor fur Complainant Wi'lKT :, HJTC.
'I'I !!SK'VATOU Associate Editor year. And we have Dy H. 8. MATTHKWB. 4-6-6-5-4 To Flurl.a 1'1.1'" Company
S 'I'i \ 1 A
----- Chairman.OK ..
--- hug teacher and the ; '" 'i 1' and
,.It tic Flleetors I I SOlier

,.irlal District of I Sports Editor --------------________ ELMER McMILLAN 1 ply of Kood-Iooklnl; :TICM John Florida Mcltae Hallruml, as I l''I''. 1M'| 'mMary. the J.

'" i.(atlon fully In solicit June your pu-- I Joke Eidtor ------_________--_______ JUNIOR McDONELL I tory. 11 I : l'l'II.I'\'I'IO' In:: Circuit: :Court, Tw'ni:y-itixth Ju Michell. James Jonas.l.. hlH...,. H uif., j .(L>. Jones N. t>.
for saidiiibraccs
'ito Senator I bad more I dicial I Circuit
I Bradford County I Jones Jackson JoneHn .
.. m.i? ,
the coun- _.. .!.. Jones
02018. Florida In his ; ::
with the addition Chancery. wife; Mary A U (f'h.ih, if vlther
rt I Hrndford.tni3TT I Interior U. S. Oiivld W Knlluy? Who; Signs his lit the abovv Hfo .
>,- :: M. JOHNS riNAIj K.VASII.VATIONS NK.VTV.Ki over a week ago. And when we what heretofore at Gainesville, Florida. J I i name n.V.. Kelley, and If 1\1., "ii"i"i in In "cxlstunce. -xlstnncv --

\\ : and a April; 14, 1\1., Complainant.Cain then to his. h.r. tin I u m Its
recall writing a similar script to busebulhad hereby given that a. heirs, li'KUteoH, grantee, tlt'vit's' ..
II'.;I'nf111 T ATIVI-1 enough .. of 1tltrlc. L lorhht.1 Strickland et al. succesMorn, toga I ropresentallves I .

unoe to the public Tuesday of next week brings the one now In process sometimes sports to cause tho .-.mb.r 11. 1911. ih'funuiants.s.iiie. assigns, and to all persons, firms or
dlilnte for Hepresen-l! ntrv. for to Uerenilnnl and whose ...
last ) 0:0121. In !Unit to UulrtTil corl".ntIIH. name, .al-
if.ircl County. subject that notoriously painful yet vItally September It leeml that after to work toward a (' ( quatoI. place. of bu.I..sl Is unknown -
'iu votors at thA com- all, "Time Files. The school has bad .. t MOI'h. nao. le. to ('uII.lnlonnl. are In-
Primary election to important part of every school II.rhlan. Florida Itnllrouil Company, a tvroHtou In hlH. certain.lands or
,Mi, 1928. In soliciting year-final The main difference between el oxerclue speeches. of In ten make' corporation; Juntos 1'. and paruelM of lunil lylnic being In
T promise! If ..elected. examinations. The last that which was written In : to establish claim John McKan an trusteea for the. Flor liradford I county: $\luui I.n.lf: Florida
weeks have been septem-I uumel'IUS alc88lful above described ida Itallroiid l i 1. i'"Mipuny Cain known nnd ,
i ill, .rvlce-glve me n spent with reviews b..fnr. : : :i ; Strick ,1..1.1,1.i .follows:
to make my record in all classics ber and that which we such as the class t-'ourt, at Htarfce. 1101- land. Cain, J. Strickland and, Mary ':"iii Iii,,lit'I I t'rt iiwr at cor
rh< expiration of my These reviews May. la that the first Introduced ior-Senior banquet 1 I at day of June, -ttrk'klanil his iif,,; Karliel. IloarJ, nor of Lot :. v.1 ay to me. well done have been of the most profitable i names ns witnesses: CuatK t It. 1 liiMiiilnnii" i I |1'.rl..An. tract of land the Sit, <*itt cor
i"> faithful servant. and the 1927-28 volume of the li. H. LtIItI 'our plays. The of HtaikoKlnrldn.. IliMinlson his wife I i'll 110 ScurborouKh ner of Not tlicfiMt .|iiani-i-' of Nut (ii-

'n 1 .!\1 your support.J. I type as a result we wish tn S. Journal. This, the second concluding ing has been of Htarke, Florida. I Itrlttun 1 U."I. .nnd I i Mllxulieth':I I ilciomu I east quarter of Section, Tu i-ntv-nlnu i
T. BARNES. every student all the success POR1 of Starke, Ills wlfo: Jitines F. U .Mi Klniicv and I ''OW), Township, Six (61, Smith.' HIIIIKO
I Ii sible the volume For this Issue school yard raised. "Il"y11 .MrKliiiu>.\ hixin... .lumen Twenty-two (22) iOiiMl.:: UH ,locorded
| as they tackle the last and of Stnrkp Vlorlda .. John A. Saniuwl In l'e..1 Hook "0".
is the final tell. Irlhll on i001 of
,.unco myself a can- of the year. In on and on. but wo Lane. l I', l'ul"
'. hardest of the term's many tests. (1KOIU1IJ C. ('HlI. Md..I.. ''ohl n Sic- 1 Publlo roi-iirda of ,i'i dunn-
'q .illlce of Hepresenta- 1 September we were ambitious. mentioned enough > > I.emore' .. John 111., .),r .1 1"101'11. ii nil run' Ira.I": feet
xt LeK'slature' and Karl.: .1, J. C ":, TIHIIIUIM H. on h line of I
V of DATH: KOIl This May we are hardly yet satlsHod. show that the \ tract for a
GYPSY HOVKIt PlttH, ClnirlcH I
SKT liohertN
t1 roeoluLfJJlo: : !: .I W It! (. point of lieirlnnlnir, "huinMitat
I I It it not for us to make term has been ono F. I. All-Call 1 I Janii'N, :: M Kilnnnln:' Wll:r' is..I;:'.. feet to u pointvllliln' I :|J5 feetof
O'I'ICft Hani ii. "' rIH. S II. I Fio Northeast :
9a 1 Denmark. roinct of Lot t One
J. L. FRAZEBHiioiince May 14. the Monday of known our own private views concerning with a smile. I'Mward N. DIckerNon of .
commencement CI\1 and MaiCaroline \ i suiil:: six-ucre tract, I thenoi' South
week is the date set I the success or non-success .- Court Twenty-sixth' I I 1..ll..H..n his wlfo I Tlic. ;.115 fi-ot., thotius Wont IS.H-j feet,
We don't know In and for lira. Fhtrldn, Lit 1mmigration I Compuny .theme North' feet to
myself as a for the of this year's Perhaps 31 I pulnt of
rumination for the of- presentation of the operetta Journal State of 1 In : a uoriiorntlon ;: A i ""'1111111 ... a pait of Lots
.itntlvo In the Istclslaidford "The Gypsy Kover." Thin the readers thelc own our place to do this lorlh" Smith, Thomas W. Kelley' .In:\ 1 'l'ii \ t ii ,' Four ((4) of mild. iii:-

are going to stop .. Park. n corporation, 1"1'. 'Illtam' L 1"'ly. Jiunos, Hero li Itch In Suction Twenty-Nine; ,
county lubjoct opinion. At rate we hope
musical play was originally any H. Kelly I (2V .
if the Democratic prli Intended I.eofrlo I : K. ( ) TovMiHhip Six (li I. South of
M June 6th. 1928. If to be Riven the latter part of that the I). U. S. Journal has to ly thank a few Johns, If wither of the above KUIIKO Twentytwo (21!) Must
'mv IIL
mlMO faithful and, con- reached standard tion with our rl al. or In exlMtance, s nd If OltKKTI.NC.S.: : Vmi unit each of
1 i vice and respectfully March but was postponed In order some delI'ee. a mlan the term. their I
lI>Port of all Democratic that it could be Included as a part that a high school paper should over past ,... |it.r<*rtiiMiir. KtanteoN;I I tie v rll..t i : heirs; lotratvcH.I IIIM.II made ilffi-nilanlH I to I slit by
HticcoHsors, I lewal .
T N, KENDKICK.iiiioiince of have. First, we wish to 1'tlUL.lCATlON i ... r'M tn t i Alex\ F I n".klu. who ". his
the Ii II
commencement iteM i ,
program. FMHir gi a ii 11,1 to bill ,
.r i iiioiilnlnt\ now file
"The Gypsy Hover" by JohnV.. | In closing the slat wishes to extend H. Long local : I Jvrnlicun and F. 13. Jer- nil\\I I IIKI-HOIIM: ', llrms and: corporallonnhoHe : :i "WI"I i Ii I ,hiiln .., I flint lie i Is tho on owner
naiiio lesldoncn
myself a can- Mrs. LOUR has "' or plaeti of of (lie fee siuiiii.| | | till" I th'TiMo." and
li iitllce of Keprcsentar an'llay! Hodges Is styled a "Ro whole-hearted appreciationand : : : iiiiHlncKx In u.kn..w. to complainant', ihi'hia doorot* ," "' |,
> and
,\ rd County subject tnh mantic Musical Comedy." The thanks to the Bradford County panist throughout (the I ; from tl A 1"11\.1 .of flint are" In I.1..1 I In thomi certain' (1lIlollnl 1 title I ......1111,, 'J.I.I
Democratic primary plot all things for I :: ;: or \': : ,'f land IvInK ,and and contlrniliiK, I,h r..r.v.r.
tically In
which has given us : I li 'lint I I 0
Telegraph :.I: In liradford.
I II elected will I I I l promisec' has a plcturexque setting of a gypsy I R you and bout uf you I i county, State of Nil Id I."de i. c."plnll".I., and tIe-
1 honest discharge of camp. ''ni the space desired without any panist was dslre(1 ," of the State of 1"1"1'111.. knUv. and dose-fined( as fol-I creeliiic I that coin|ii lnlnant i ban and
hi '.iTice. and I respect 1 address, Is ". :
the chapel exercises r unkllwlI h"ld. 11 irooil snd stilllclvnt fen
'iui Hiippnrt.O. This will be offered by the Bradford charge to the school whatsoever I that you, ) "" Lt Thn 1"'h".t' qtiartsr, and tho ii I,) title I I Ibll.l"t.,I I Iii and I to .suld iii-
W. ITAZEN.Ot'II :> High Dramatic andMusical Unix giving B. II. S. 0 valuable Glee Club meets nnd n are a rion-rnsldeitt ;: ;oh: \ ': : II *: of Ihn Northcant I 'lands. uiimilltnir I nnd I I I vuld
iiunrler of d..I"f
:; Snetlon Tw
Florida 'ntv-nne .
of cud that the (21) ,
i any and
the :
-- -- amount of free publicity to our as ) The Went i Half ; 11 'h.IIH. I.llhl. or
(clubs and is being produced by wel ) 'nttnuVs iitlii Less In un- of 1'etl1 TwentyTwo InternHt, anv it I I persons,
.' Jtl'Gl1rriuunc.. that I will be a Miss Myrwln Jaksol. dramatic Instructor ''atwletc8. our activities and to "Oypsy 10ver. \\ I Thi- Northwest i iiunrter and the llrniM IT: IS and FI'UTIIKIt oovpornt ions OIlDI''lthU'herein::
Then wish to ( OnnNHF.I 'that
..election to the oilice and Mrs. A. the school also wish to we ViirlhwoMt l |imrtcr. of tho MhiihW'i ,
K. Glee Itscl.'e I i und appear Ihl < > ou, tin' Miild ii .r..I'llnls. named, or
'mljof( Urltd ford Coun- Club director. "tal.Andrews ''Ihalk the and the stu- tors of this city I t l ('tIlt on tho Rule 1IY I .llnrl.| ). of Su"tlol Tvvunty-Hoven, not named k".w".r .ihject to the Democratic same' t, ( "",','nl'II, ii..fl
Itev. ( .v- or othlulNc. -
Hooks .r"N"I..t
i lor held June 5th 192S. and Nolun Cunova two of the dents of the school for their support llev. May, h.lnl, tlion) It," ,Thn "Muni, half I of I h" NorlhonHt ,' do i aiienr| .to bill of cornptnliit -
0 1"1. will be appreciated.4ilio. and contributions. Hev. Tucker rl'lre,1 I \,' t lie Kill of Com I 'I I n tltii'r. I the North hll.f tlin Sontht ; MO .iKahiHt. you onoi
A. OAKPINISHinnuunce ) schools most talented musicians the said 'i"f iuarter. find I. half nf lieforn \"hlI..1 'the s
whercliy N.II "vcnlh diiyof
fe.l. .
did talks they i lie
I Next the Journal continues Mouth half t
leaJIng parts. I' year I .. to foreclose a H""t"n8t tIny A, I.. IK31, Iff"re t lie Circuit -
'I'.t A"1'11'1Oll' !' dent body at the ,*! and iiiarlcr| I of Section I Court' Itrai ,
to live we hope It will at- l.rt".e. n I y Flor
to the public "The Oypsy Hover" should be ,' said ( i i nt h... Ciuhl (2NI, i nil h111 In Township ida, to answer to the t said bill of
candidate for the ollloesor one of the most enjoyable plays I tain much more merit than gained morning chapel Writ Attachment :Sl\tlllHt.(CI. i"I1 'Twenty (tIlt) complaint 1 ,, a. exhlblti-il, niralnMt ynii*

( subject to the will[ the past past.year.'e In.1 t.v ,' of said flmttfl falllnx tlccrea of thl. court
year. whlel.
L at the comIng Uemo1 ever presented at Bradford high.JI'NiOhtSElOlt said ('hut t is cluscrlb- I I IIIRKTIMI. You and enrh of you will I ii 'iit't'' yon.
iary election to be held S "THE STAFF." tend this appreclalnn i I III Chattel I AlortKiine.. ittc I hereliy notified I that you have, Tho n.I Itrndforil: ;: 1 1ull:,it,,I:,. Toleirraph.: I

In asking for thin otllcc : 1l.SQL'iTTOS1aliT : unIons support from not, else 1..el'e. Pro lioiin l>a\il| inndo W i r..r'n.llnIR to I suit "I'V' publlnlied In Still& ".. I IIIdt. ,''uruly
Mat 1 am thoroughly faml- lie taken Initials Florida I In 1 .
you d
TOIl\AIO: IlKKAK: I.OSI.MJKTItKAK nK.ln..t liorehy al
final H. %% : .
And wo Kellvhn :
the duties pertaining hlve to all'le. In his the newHpaper tn which thin noticeand
md If : 0 \ 1.1.01" ItKOOKKKHy : .w.r" 1'IIi of on Silo '
promise* elected Iivgre \ rt e. In his ... 0\ 01'.1.1.1 be published once
f ) the duties of said of- Faculty sentiment '>,1"10,1 t that this no- .I. that he Is thn owner if week .. "n..ullv.. weeks. n
I h ama personal-elllclent The annual Junior-Senior banquet I i ii ch once a weplc for the' : n'r.:/|: : .title thereto, nnd' my, ," Clerk and
j ma manner that I have sponsored by the Junior class ( "!ac" McMillan.) But as I I ve"weeks In the Hrad-. prays, i for n .. removing I, clouds, I I .Wl'NmHI. I ill In couit I.hil tlio hid

i iir's duties-and will be on I Bradford High broke a three- man cannot possibly TelnRiaph[ prior to the 'l"h'lnK I title Ih.r..to and, forever day of April. A. I P.12!)' .
of H. II. S. In honor of the Seniors ,
> i 'n you come to make your thereof. 11.1 cniiflrinlnir the title In U. W ALPKItMAN.
ilve me a trial I will ap- and faculty will be held tonight game losing streak Saturday after- nity and keep from Honorable Clerk of Nnld land s t. ('..ml.III.llt. and docieelnir Cleric Circuit I 5'""rt.
I i and will show my appre- ball ; neither (' I ) ylel ,'ou.t and the semi I that I i h. coniplalnant' has (SHALford Count y. Irnd.
For two straight games game
at 8 o'clock In theVoman's Club noon. a 1.1 n rood mid siiflldent fen
i) my work. I earnestly I 2nd tiny (f April. IB28.II. hol. A. s. CREWS, .
IL ui support. Urooker had downed the Tornadoes themselves from ( I. W. AT-DKHMAN 'ti'iui I I I :i.e;, Hhsolnte i In a nil to said Solicitor for Complainant
house. An enjoyable program will ,,, : : : ::I
nnnntllnMT and I ,,
Sincerely E. ,V.. HAYES that Clerk OUI.t. \ declfiilnw' ; vulil 4B5tB4Mtl'IIM
the wonderful twirl- ism when ( CI'"Ult
through lilly' and nil clulnm.
be added to the testvltes. I I I rlKlit title! I orintereHt
.. ing of Hough, ISrooker'a star pitcher. that ) ', i>r anv, ,unit: 1 all other, i pel, -
'. Announce that I am a can- al Chills, firm, ,* anil corimriitIons, thernln, ,
,i-eelectlon to the ofllce of When one reaches the end of a Hut Saturday was rarford'sday and past Morrowx IT 1 IS 111':1'0: : I'! OltlHCItKI I "
I M\MllifM;
sour of taxes of Bradford lengthy perlo.l of tme. and recalls a lid I slants were en off their shoulders I' \rri.ic vrioN con I Unit you. I I .1.r..II"h. named flil.HHornby
I )Florida subject to the 10UKh'H nut named
if the voters at the coining: the beginning to compare it with knocked to every. corner of the but a joyous I rIH'.I.M_ it no\\n, Ih""II. "UI'III..I.known non-re or un!- notice Is given under and

.lection, and solicit your the present the old adage that deli' lies ahead, a feeling that ilnt or .rwl.. "1 appear I to the by virtue of that certain llnal, decree
IIKItnilY: : (11VWN.
rI In asking I for re-election Ii hill of complaint HO exhibited
i a record of courteous, efn "Time Fles." Is well borne up. j The real reason for the downfall to children only when ImliK-r Itt Tux Cer- I iiitiiliii-t, I you, (in or Ito tI'n, Mutidnv of foreclosure' mailo: hy: the Judge of
and helpful service to thef 173. till day (if AIIKIIH t, tho 7th ilny of May, A. I I'I.. I Ills be the 2Blh Judlclnl, Clnult, In and for
of the
But thougbt school -
as Brooker aggregation was : :
many of the : I
of. i Itiiiilford' iii
1 > Bradford county and arries. l haH flied saul cell iliutl iI fore the circuit i S Court of I / Y. "'I"r"ll on the
II r tu favor mo I will continue things that have passed between Hedgrave. We're here to tell you are probably the I liii made al'I.llel.lon I for l'.unl", Florida In "" ,'Irn'/f..1 32ii.l., ,lay of Mnrch. I I92H, In

1.rlv..n 1\ ui that In same the past.helpful Very service re- then and now arises the flight of1, that boy had the stuff ou the ball can ever enjoy such tJNDI'IItlflLL'I'O I issue w.. Haul,llierenn, ...rt. I gloat.". eni-- Hiild bill yon.of ,'n\I.II', \ ,. so. ,nxhlbltedtiKiiliiNt ,a decree. fuvor I HIM. and' .."tlIIHI..i 1..n,1. Hank'1'. I iotthi of Cnliimlila. t t-,

truly time does not seem so swift. And Saturday; never before has he are all the more ,, 'I ,) i lux tldMcrlhud I prop :of this\ ecuit: t will it.t entered,! against A nun Hlfri'll I.o"hlt IIIH, wife, Jrena
Nicolas ,
I In Bradford county .1.1 her hus
N n. WATNIVI1ICIrri'ift :> when recall even few of the well. The ball seemed mutter how (
we a pitched so no : you.Th.. I llrsitfnnl i County band o.f..lllt, Thn undorsliKiied .
that have the been as I of Northeast of 'I'81..rn"h. a I ?Maxtor will of.
I'ihiNIFNp 1-l'IIMC IV. many events happened to literally hop across plate, have (1'11'1 liiilillsheil In l'nrk.' Ittitni 8"e"
MTItrCTIOViiiouncInK "a rt HIK-I Ion 10wl- I ty, Florida Is "i fur for "I. front of the South
as a candidate for this past school year, the term and It really had the old smoke on much they enjoyed I I I Jtanffo. 2 4 Hust.: I I lie newspiifier. hereby In which' ..11111'1 I ice ns I 1"11 ot HID Court i House In SI.rk.,

lot to the office of Superln- i seems all of eight months In It. For seven Innings Johnny held whether t they have : I .t of mill I; property and order, s,IllS.1 i I iti published I hil mice 1111." between, I II I n. ii,. and 9 p. ni.HI .
!' >f Public Instruction Issued was In week for fniir, ... i weeks M"nolv May 7th. 1128. to the
Jin" it 'ounty, I promise If re-of length. But in forgetting the In- them without a flaw, but throwinga alization of benefits c.rlll.lt.. : ..", \Vl'I'NHI my .n".utlv.as clerk and h ig .. best I l"ll.t.,l for canh tiie I

t> ;d i, ihf: same faithful: : perform- between and bringing up only tileremembrances water-soaked ball will tire any fact that school will certificate. bluill be ro- Ih. ,hnle coillt thin Iii followInK I dt'st'ri pr..rty. I Ivhll
i'ti i I,g to law, lax d..d : day of and belnic I I In / ,
J' the duties of this office and March. A. P, 11128! Ilr.df"rl 'Hnty
short ,
an lutiijn as trrat an Interest In of the first few days pitchers arm. This is in four l ., ." on tho 14th day II. W. ALIHOllMAN: ida, to-wlt :
fare of the children during that long past phase seems hardly ;,i Pellet! aii'.l: llrooker taking advuuI love for thel. 1H2S. of A. Clerk, Circuit I''urt., I Ih'I.I111.1.1 (I HoutheiiNt nnd riiiartfir l ilia' South>.f I thi-half t Hnut"t
t four l 1 Illli I day ford /"ll' .f t
I' AI.rl. .
H years as 1 hvvo In the I county, Florida.
< I hereby solicit I tage of thl- began a rally, gather- teacher or It they rni-JWH.: < (" of Southeast. quarterof '
you vote.
I duties of the ofllce my carnful. conscientious O.: W. AI.DKHMAN 1 Hectlon 11. TownNhlfi 7 Mouth
who for I
ir. B. vriuuixsb Here Johnny re- ed youngsters '
ltesc.'r/t.llv. lug runs. ".I'lur '
attention. I Clark eOlrt. "llnl"ant.; Knnwo 21 I l-liixt. Al-di North half ot
Llrcul 4-l-8t-5-f
UKBW JtkuDISIti I, allzed hIs _arm had become too time stoop to roid ('oulty. "I"t'I<". the North half of North west quarter.
) announce myself and t the
uti fur the office of Superlntend-a can- ('<> NTV t'nnl HI"10" Ill, IIIVT. :, tired and put chancey lu the box ,' nerly actions, when : ,t rri-iCN: 't r.I Northnnst quarter of tutilirtor Section R.of'Tu the';ri.:

"-! Public Instruction of Drad- I hereby announce myself a candidate and once more the game was put school rolls 7 HUl'h.lnKe 31 NI"t. contalnln r
pl I runty, subject to the action of for election as county commissioner Take notice I that umlur nnd bv 10 ..crll. more or less
.irlniary June 5th. I earnestly from District S Uradfordffiunty. on Ice. something that ( ". ni. IHHCIIIK.I'! virtue of thai llnal deeren. entered J. L. FUA71SEHpoclal

I I! your vote and support, and: If If eli-rtcd I will Klve the One of the most spectacular forget everything 10le March iiKtli. 1121. bv Hon. A ',! Ailklns Must, .*.
'I I a I promise In return a fair district and county the l>MHt service .Indite (' It Court of I llradfiril B M. JOHNS,
impartial administration of the of which I am cap.bl. af''I>"ct- events of the day was the workof and act in a way after date thereof. I County: Florida, I In that carts Mollcllor for Cumplalnant.

In" of the otnce, devoting: my fully submitted. 11. M. MoKAL T. S. Williams, Jr., our regular teachers and parents gnsi "A.1 mlnl.lr.tor I I do-of wheruln Pun) I Irot lie rs In".rll..I., j
and energy to the advancement Mary II. Irllhat. a corporal i Ion, ,and I.. --- 1
at hi nuHo. of education. second baseman ( though Saturdaya that they have my : .(1 : ,lire i-oiiiiilnlniiiitn., i and A. 1iY ct. N(i'I'ICirl TII 1'1':1'1'01": ANU
Kespectfullv. ( ()NTV t'OlU lesioN! iit-uio'r.: : shift In Infield to let in Kick- spect for education. : to the Ifnnoralilfl ,: ill. lire defendants. In .. 'In: 1'1'01"
I hereby myself Juilice of -
A. J. GRIFPIS announce a candidate thE County .lime morlKaKu' over IUI.I. hereinafter -
n, ipertfully for re-elertlon as county commissioner liter put him In right field.) He lleve that. The 1.'lnrlla. for their ap described, the ii e rslsned. as Notice Is
announce that I am from district reelected I .. discharged. as peclnl I Master will hereby given that al
sell for cash toI
fcinrtldate( I been hitting steady all the season them elves. creditors, IH!
for the office of County I will continue Ilvlnl the has help > J's I ho highest hlddor In front, of Southilnor LeKntens | | rlbiitees "
B'i nntondent of Schools subject to ,... S 192*. nil I pi-moils liavlnw I ( I oualnuttha
district and couny the getting a hit in seven straight ----- of April of thn Cniirt I louse In Sta rke, 'llhnl
rules and regulations of the of whIch t am capable. J. (I. PHBWH When this our last I K. S. MATTIIIOWH I I I Uradford' I I IViunty. Florida, on Mon Ilstata: of Kate 1.lvln..ton. da.
iniiirratlo games, but yesterday he went wild A.I nil n ut roror. iris. "01".1. are hereby present
primary to be held on I I made duv, May 7lh. during the l dnl ...
fi'hr >th. I feel that I am In every ('OV T" COMMI" A.
y qualified to give the duties of I hereby announce can- to say that student lying anti ln.lnx I In counties of itrittIford Iltr"ln..r.
my..el also making
> 01 l.a at bat perfect day County Judira "f Bradford ,
etllclent and competent ser- dldate for re.el..cton countycommissioner I| I the and Clay, of State of Florida,
'". not be enjoying Florida, for his approval I within I one
Pledging: a full and faithful reelected three of the seven runs. We wantto NOT!CM to-wlt:
barge of the duties of the of- I will continue to egIVf the I have -Jlscusiied. All Section 12 : North half of Northeast year from date thereof, or this notice
[- to the best say hlght here if this kid keepsIt I will be held In bar thereto a"l.ol
Bradford ,
my ability. I re- people county a faithful1and a luarter Nnrlh.alt quarter of ,
Ju Indebted
1'fUlly ask your support. efficient performance of the duties up make some team a valu- i be embarking upon TWl.'ntylxh North' went quarter. ,,' p.non. to the snl es
Respectfully of the office, working always for he'l age through the worst Coulty. ter. South '4 of t.II.: :. are required to pay saliidebts
__C. T. LAWIIORNILICL1ILK : the best Intersts of the entire coun able player In days to coma. Chancery.. of Section II ; Northeast tlU.rlAr ifNi'ritieast forthwith ti tt the undersignedadministrator
final exams. This 23rd of
school day
ty. J. LTNT3ERHILU Thomas and Chancey two very (quarter ,, quarter
L .
March 102H.UEOIIOE
Journal .w ,
CIRCUIT COITHT i issue of the of Southeast quarter., Southeast
hereby announce to the voters of FOI totlis5ioNEil-Ii'r. 4 valuable additions to the team, before quarter of Southeast quarter of H..-
ford County that I am a candl- announce myself as a did some very timely hitting three days et at inn 10; North half of Northeastquarter. Administrator
F.state of Kate Livingston
I. for the office of Clerk of Circuit candidate for re-election as the final I Northeast of Northwest ,
countycommissioner as this Is quarter !-i-int-fi-8S!
iie.: Deceased.
these Title _
( For sInce
I shall to their "rep. quIet
I.rJX be very grateful to from district No 4 I up AND quarter Southeast quarter ofNortheast
their Theressa and andif I to say few : cnmrter. North half ntSojtheast
ihy.oneifor and vote
support Hampton Graham boys have been playing/with ns, we I TO CIIKI).
1.2? primary election to be held on re-elected will continue to give school term Is entrely OIDBH Laura I>. q art..rw."t; half ofSouthwest 0'1-1'1 'J''I'I'nl" AMI
'dny' June Bth- 1928. Having the county the best service I am I have always been able to dependon 1> 'humfHon. 15, 'Ul I

red the County In this capacity capable of. I solicit your support at a hit from either of them in a pleae extend your i.mu. We Thompson Her, | North I half.I Southwest quarter.
.ady everyone Is familiar with my the primary June 5th. a week in advance, ;.A"f.lno H. M. 1111., North half of Southeast quarter, ofSection Notice In hereby given to 11
,ok, and your support will be all O./W' HINSOV pinch and several games have been .I. ,I S. Whel- H : North half ofiNorfhwextquarter "r.dltrJrH. letrateex., dlHlrlbutees'

more appreciated by me. I won because of this. Both are left the 1928 term U no II. Hnilth.. Darling T. It. Canovu nf A..t.n 21: North half of all ,,persons liavtntr ,'hllm. a.aln8

line continued faithful service. cot 'rY roMMii!'!ioM-u m tr. I ten with UK as we Canowi and Son J, O.i Northeast of Ruction 23; all the Hstate ff l.n." Irow.
O. W. ALDERMAN announce myself a candidate handers, keeping the team from ; ; The In Tuwnslifp, 7, South. Hunife, 21 '! as"d, line u pro-
for county com"I".lon.r. District I being complete right hand outfit, few last gasps. i ", Uu.I' <.nh.lm.r.( North 1nst: and lylnn: In Hradford, county stint their claims duly authenticated
FOlt TAX COM.ECTOH No. 5. comprising: and I I l'i'rtla.Al'u to the lea A. Oard-
Iluhtitird, (tam ii e i l.mn'abl"
lavlnK,,1 i! !! been urged by my friend New River. If elected I promise a I and giving us a neat catcher and n. H. H. nl i ni II el und I Cut- Section 7 of Township 7 user. (! .< of Hrailford

), feeling that I am duly qlallflf'd. fal.hful and efficient' performancef shortstop. imlh V. J.1r.lh.r. If Moiimii: rtnniri 23 Kast, 1 lying inlay. County Florida within oni* year
IiIeLy announce myself 0. oandlt. I the duties of the office and will In County, Florida.' from date h.r.ot. or this notice wilt
for Office of County Tax CoIl I"f for the best Interests. of the I Chancey going to short put Raymond O, McMillan-You above are 1lnt ur exls- i"lt, lands will be sold to satisfy tin held In bur 'thereto, and all persons
l If dead or
hJ. for Bradford County. Florida. county. H. T. OdTKE.V:> I on the bench, but It was not pitcher.M. ) his. her, their or ltd ...Id (' ". Indebted, to said estau arc ret1tii'stesi -
'l to the Democratic Primary a good A. B. tn pay their debts forthwithto
.tlune. I because he wasn't doing his best. McMillan-Why. granted. <.vl..e.or.. : Master CRFWS.Ip.'II .. the In..r"ltn.1 Administrator.Thin .
I (COUNTY rOMMI44IO\KR 11'r. H representatives I, Stark. ) March.. I HR.J. .
W. B. TOnODB. ,. doY
Is one bat an KNIOIT I'l.
I hereby announce myself can- That boy hard.worknlg C. McMillan--You all perilous for Complainants.' C TIOnnKLL
I dldate for re-election l for county i player. He just whose name rsitldenc "lclor. 4.41-iit-u.4 I.IO.fit-R-S1? Admliilnfiat-.r.
hereby announce myself. a candlt".r. .. commissioner. District No. 5, corn- I I bal s Is unknown to
it"i the office of Tax Collector prlslnir llrooker and New River l and playing the game long enough but MIss Jackson ( :: that are Interested. krt I

idford County. I solicit the If elected, I will I continue to give thepeople already showed signs of beinga pieces or 1111'.1. of
I IL; :t of the voter Bradford the has class-NOW are being .,
of the of county same .
"if elected promise the countYI faithful service. that I have In the real bail player. Just a little lions? <. State of Florida,
I."--- of the duties of said of- past; always .. best for all seasoning will bring it out. how described AH follows We can chargo your
C concerned looking the I Interestof more Kewple-Yen.' ( lit) of Illock Hixti.c.il YES HRS
------------- r. A. KNIOHT. the people the gar as I would And we couldn't go on without late the horse power I .. ,, Trilby and Coin-, I

f I FOR flIIKIIIFF my own personal alalrll.1 OAI:'>I'F'IY.n1.t:1 : saying Bomethrl about this. I engine. In to the the West town half of I STORAGE[ BATTERY In. a

: I' "Toby> announce my candidacy The game brought back to the t 'juarter of Section
fl" ** Brand ford county lIubI HrilOOI. IIOtHII DINT | Bradford's former (2H). Township 'lix
i. of
the. action of the voters at the earnest. solicitation of the diamond one The fire bel rang. Twenty-two (22

I .".\ of June Wh. If elected I voters In school district No. 1. I have star player Jimmy KIckliter, leaning out the
1. the citizens. of the county decided to return for re-election an the fans around YOU and each of you Starke
i to
law enforcement Impartlal- member of the school board, from (well known dow to see the fire that rua have
t : Smith's
'loIl"d.-' ; to one and all. Your sup- this district. Your support and vote here. He covered the second bag The heavy machine defendants suit Garage
l' \ ill be app..lated.i will be highly appreciated.T. I and the team J. V.ovil. who alleffes
i W. MITCH EDWARDSi .. W. KfKT.TTF-T? In great style gave his prostrate body. bill of complaint now

more confidence in Itself. But to player" he said as cause that he l Is
i J J Il,. SCHOOL 1)15- fee simple title .V
i ruby MKYIIIKU 10'1. -
''1.' < lltlCT close the whole story we want to brushed the dust a decree
for e'e"cUon"'to"tne"
_; 'Iff" of re-Bradford| county. If re- I hereby. announce my candidacy hand it to Redgrave for his fine with his pocket f, I : title I thereto
I fl" I will as In the past, snare as a member of the school board and we keep it I conIr.lnl: th..
I' l un* In the full discharge of the from District No. 2. and will five work hop he'l Prof.--Am 1.11 'L. _.___L. '_..._..
'I "f the the duties of the office my very up. This Is we most of enough? ; me of (npiiin II IJ.
office. I earnestly so- .
and sufllclent
I good
voters see fit to a
'"t If
L 1"g I' '.j primary support of the voter Respectfully In the, .I.et attention me. Your support Is. solicited all. I anything can put confidenceIn Mac (dozing) ah..lut. In declaring and tn R. DAVIS & CO.

will h appreciated H. P.MAYMEMBKIl team it's the pitcher. 1 llllt ;
-- --- \V. :j KPPKRsnvfi'll : a even sleep. II claims, right ti-

N| SCHOOL BO till). DI4T. e One Frosh-Ever of any and all other
I I r.. I I hereby for announce member. of myself the a scnnoi candidate Tit essay on Burns? ? h and'. corporations.OltDUKBD, il' '
,I:1 1, by for announce that I am a ean-. hoard District No. I. If reelectedI Another-No, I'm said defendants, nam
, the otllce of supervisort continued faithful dls- out"-"No! more .. known or un-
tratlon ptomille medical school.
for Bradford county.
of this office.
,I" ; "ted I will Klve my very best. the Is duties solicited and will he teacher, no more -pop! .. do appear. to the

, ;( toward carrying; out the du- Your support A. StJRRINCY. |Ink bottle pa'8 out-"Crack!" TO WHOM IT M., V : so exhibited
appreciated 1886
ofnce. and I solicit your the
"I 1 11 rt at (swift flight of flitting chalk suddenly This In to notify or before
the June primary. COX9TABI.K. DHTIIICT 9 not be r.spon.ibi.for & A. n. 1 ltI! 21. before
- H. C .W.LI Friends of H. Austin take thl ends)-Bang! Dang! Slam I contracts, checks or of Bradford coun

r-1)r>Tv CO'l"lItlIO"En-DIlT! i. method of announcing his canuldacy -Yeowt! (students extract selves dta wife answer the said bill STARKE FLA. ;
I h.roby for cdnstable of Justice of the Peace she r.m already left so exhibited
I I\t announce myself a can- the suppu't fcnlldlng)-"No more racer oned and a which. a decree of title ;
.. for election to the office of Democr.tr. toM or :: entered against
This you.
wtSr.l'l-1 primary day .
IJOty the cbalkl"-"School'I out!. -
: .. of the .
eomi lule*.r for District No.wtey. no 1 -=
. ..... if elected I will give the to b held Juae Stn. 4-I7-St-6-i A 1 County Telegraph. 0 :. _-_-- -------


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:=- Today It 's> for u. to realize that those patriots whose blood and !Jacksonville

Bradford County Telegraph the Confederate Armies took up sacrifice, have given us these bless Mlwe Audrey ono day ip

fr --1 those two wars alone is sufficient ings, a debt of eternal gratitude Norman and Mrs and .
'iJ.'t., r Established 1877 f : FROM OTHER PENSStarke proof. I which we shall neven Jlfour be Able fully motored. .t* Palatka E JI..
Yet it
-- The American armies, which to repay. ternoon and returned T

1llhibkished; Weekly on I"'ida--s"' ; and Entered as Second Class j vanquished the military power of this occasion acknowledge tai f, confess this debt and tts noon J 8"
publicly ,
. Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ,I anJ Plant' City rather .\ "Ktarke TruthA Spain and drove It from the Western and to strive while we shall liveto gbft4g 'Julia Creep of
from vllle
I drawn fs
\ take to the strawberry type of I Hemisphere! were the lives of these the guest of h

i, &'8. Matthews ______________Owner and Publisher blondes.-Times-UnIon. vamp met a tramp on the road i( the South In numbers as great North.in emulate in our devotion and loyaltyto patriots Misses Mr. Maltle and Ellen;s
i proportion from the. Lee
J. C. Robinson __ ____ -_______ Managing Editor Wonder-0-what Starke's pretty one day I 1, Many of the OI.officers! and men In this great Government of a free spent the KalttwnKp,
And here's weekend
what the vamp to the united \ ,
and people. Jar
-- rhef-.who used to run the Magnolia tramp did the American Armies were veterans -I with relatives.Mr. ;
-- say:
:; SUBSCRIPTION RATE Cafe-Is doing since It burn- i of the Confederacy. In the war ana MrsV

ed down?-Gainesville Evening "It's Leap Year now and I made i against a foreign foe the. Nation ........................ who recently married|
Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance avow .
Yearly, $1.50; -o I fought as a unit The 'straggle, been spending Z.1sonvUle
I I a few
-":rAdvertising Rates on Application. Miami has no Intention of be- To get me a husband; I don't care whIch In 1860 had disrupted;) the Rising are at home days)

-- .- -- coming the Chicago of Florida. how.If 'i Union, existed in 1898 only as a .. Lou'iie Norman* Cor .. friends In this souion"*,

near-both kinds. Starke Telegraph. Perhaps that Is i memory of one of the heroic ..N.N.N.NNNNN.N Mr. Ancel
The diamond season i is drawing why they did not send Al Capone had j chapters of our history. The Norman aDd
'' you a wife who was good Rising, May 4.-Mr. and Mrs. Tucker spent the w
< -Gainesville National "ek
0 away. Dally Sun. and true ( Htrength: our unity as -rid
confirmed by the Civil War, met II. II. Lewis and two daughters, City.Mr.
-0--- There Is
Starke is up-to-date in everything except the mail ser- They are having "13e kind to no. telling what you mightdo. i l! Its first direct test In the war Edna and Thelma, spent Sundayin J. L. Underhill 011 i

animals week" Iii' Jacksonville, against Spain. Our Nation withstood Jacksonville with friends. Level section visited at II

'"\,: T ce. but the news articles did not say If you want to get married, why i that test; and our people responded Miss Jennie Maude Crosby of II. M. Mcllae Sunday al',
0 husbands were Included.-Starke now's to every call and demand spent Saturday night with her --.y
I -
your ,
Telegraph. What about Catts? "' with devotion which cousins, Misses Muriel and Rachel Boca Raton
a loyal -$49,731
sold with ,
auto But if
Bradford county tag office 1,101 tags, receipt you ..don't just onward '
Miami Beach Sun. brought to a united people successin Silcox at Starke. awarded for construction ,
/ ( s of $13,092.35, up to April 1st. -0- prance. I arms and their first realizationof Mr. Oscar Crosby and brother; concrete bridge across Eu
In the coming primaries first She her the strength of their national Floyd, were business visitors to I Canal here.
0 got man, but to tell the
', choice votes will be counted regardless unity. -..-- --
; Starke and Lawtey strawberry have passed the of whether the voter i I ,,wiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' ""IIIHIIIIUI' '''iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuimiii' ; .'
.... growers He long I had passed both love and. Then came the World War. It l iiMiitKmuiin.! '' 'j,
,; lion'! and three-quarter quart mark and the half million registers his second choice, the one youth.-Sweet Sixteen, Starke. I I j seems only yesterday that our '
Tailing to vote second choice forfeits !
& Furn.
-Phil Armstrong In Times-Union. armies were fighting overseas onforeign Co
In receipts. a portion of his franchise, I
i soil. It Is probably true
however-Gainesville Sun.o -0 I
o Dally A Hot that that great crisis in the life
Dog Romance HIRAM BELL Manager
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I I of Nation is too fresh in
Latest rumor-Barney Google is coming to Florida to Editor nob son of the Starke I met my girl In a hot dog stand our mem- L

< run for the governorship, bringing "Spark Plug" with him. Telegraph sa/s he has heard aplenty Doing stunts with a frying pan. |': ory to be in given me Ha history. proper of interpretation the- I FRUIT JAR SPECIALS

; about.that Bradford county I' world. But in national Mason Quality Product
, tore ponies. our own I
"singIng egi. lie adds that the I stole her from a crippled man
history, this much do know, .
egg did not sing, but ""sunk.- Then to marry I made we Half Gallon, dozen .
& 0 a plan. that our participation In that I -- ------------- -- $$1.j
Tl men-Union. .. Quarts dozen E-Z Seal
I great war, where the nations of ------------ __ {
Auto dealer: And another thing; this car will sling no We hied away to a slow poke town --
Dradfo d County Telegraph now where the the world were pitted against H Quarts ------------__. 1..
marshal whittles he
mud. Times-Union. Carlton would not be interested in this as
nays 27/ cars of berries shipped, sits down. i I each other in mortal comhat, was )II "* Pints, dozen ._ -----------. ____ iHIIIIJIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllll
' 'type! machine. and receipts for $414,334.00. the second and supreme text of I,
r." .,- o say thin; is going some, and hope We II lie never puts his ear to the | our national unity. i iI ; !!!!' !!!!!!!,! _ !illllllllllinillimillllllllllllllMinillllllilivllillllllli!!!!'!!!!!,!!. !!!! !!!!,' '! ,!!!4nonmi4imnamummm4nuno!!'!' ''''!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'.'"' I II'' ,JWu
) When the nation called
next doubles It. wan :to
The spring fever has some Starke girls in its grasp, judg- I" Evening year News. -Gainesville I (I doubt ground It he hears old Gabriel's I(I arms to face the German. forces.// ---.-. -_. ..=......"'""' --"""" ..."' ..- a_.....

7'_. '.iag' by some alleged poetry in the Times-Union and sponsored ---o-. sound.) I I the only Issue of "Stptes1 MORTGAGE LOANSOn
; Show us a cigarette puffing girl that arose during! the war was the
ij';;t /fcy Phil Armstrong. and we'll show you a girl who is A demand which, each State ma'.l! I

:!..: r": ." 0I' anything else but a credit to her ( Country am sure parson he weighed made us about oneI a I and insisted on as its right to give Starke Residential and Business Properties $$2,(

I'": country. She is not an asset, but a ton.) ;, in men more, not less, than its and
j r* *. Dixie County News says the man who wrote" 'Taint Gon- distinct liability.-Palmetto News. allotted share. In that connectionyou up
: na Rain No Mo' was drowned in Levy county during the What a lot of liabilities the good But never seemed' to've had any will recall that one of the 3,5 or 10 Year Maturities
ole U. S. must have.-Dunnellon fun main objects of the draft law was
.' leavy rain of last week I
Truth, It you don't agree with us, And for office he could not run.ve've to work out an equitable distribution BALDWIN MORTGAGE COMPANY
j' 0 what must we thlnk.-Palmetto I among the sister States of

", If Mr. Catts has his dope correctly figured out; it will New! --o-. -.. -- day.been married a year and a" service.the Union In of truth the ,men the called only conflict for- Jacksonville

.: be easy to tell just exactly how many gamblers, bootleggers SUney J. Catts says that he In our courtship days I called her I that arose between the States HAROLD C. WALL Local Corresponder
and birds there in the state June 6th. I 'during that great struggle occur-
jail : are on wants all the gamblers, bootleggers May. ___ _
and crooks In Florida to vote red in their unselfish demands to n Ia

r" '" for him because If they do he's I But I've thrown the last letter of give more than their allotted .

ftTimesUnion says a sheriff was indicted for contempt Selected already. We too hope they I II her name away shares of service to the National

do, because we would like to show I Now, boys, what have to Government. What greater proof
you got [
of the senate. when there millions .
'i- Why on one man are could be asked of the strength of
Mr. Catts
and one or two other say-Starke Girl.
r, of voters in the country guilty of the same offense? people that there are more honest -Phil Armstrong In Times-Union. this Nation and of its unity than I'm About to Lose

0 people In Florida than crooks. ---oJacksonville I America's record in the World

Sanford Herald. motorists desiringto War.
May be all right for a girl to marry a man in order to -- take a trip of about 125 miles I shall not attempt on this occasion Some SleepAlong

d reform him, but why not pick a man who doesn't need reforming The Bradford County Telegraph,: that will carry them In live North to detail America's recordIn

?-Perry Herald. Who wants to marry a dead man? owned and published by E. S. Matthews I Florida counties and give them that great war, or to speak of comes a letter from the borne office saying May Ii Ntlonal
and' with J. C. Robinson as I some Idea of the agricultural and the bravery and heroism of Amer- Delco-Llght Demonstration Month.

Q Managing Editor, found Its way to. construction progress that is now ica's soldiers, or of the battles And such being the case, I am urged to give as many of;

,; If our exchange desk /for the first being carried on in this section of and victories of America's armies. folks as possible the opportunity to see what happens
the fuelless motor is a go, we may yet live to see the time the past week/ he TelegraphIs the state can make' a loop as fol- I would not for one moment as- bright, sate Delco-Llght takes the place ot dim ant! danger

(_ radio church collection.-Milwaukee Journal. And it will be well gotten and carries a lows: Jacksonville 'to Macclenny;: sume to speak of things so well : lamps and lanterns. Here is the way I do it. I drive out

JT a'succBHS if the pennies. tinkle as loud as the two-bit piece. message to the outside world of Macclenny to Ralford; HalforJ to known or remembered by those in your place with my'demonstrating car, run a small wire !h
the section which It halls. We en- Lake Butler; Lake Butler to the this audience. But I do want to the Delco-Llght on my car to your house and connect it It

9 0 joyed very much seeing this issue> State Farm; State Farm to Law- I bring home to you the thought on portable table lamp. Then I sit back and say, "Just turn!

Motorists needn't be surprised if the next legislature offers of the Telegraph and hope to see tey, and from Lawtey to Jackson- this occasion that every item of Switch."
< many more copies in the future.- ville. This loop was made a few 'America's record In the World Of course, I make these demonstrations at night, for Del
[i air meters placed on all gasoline buggies. A tax on the Washington County News, Chipley. days ago by the writer and found War as It is known to you and as Light, good as it is, can't compete with the sun. This mean.

air used is: about the only thing left on the whole contraption. -o-- the going good over concrete sand I It shall be spread upon the pages lose a lot of sleep. But what \ lose In sleep I make up wlUi!

' 1 Starke's new fire engine arrived and clay and graded roads. The of history Is proof eternal and fun I get out of giving you an evening of education and,
, ., 0 a few days'ago and was immediately towns of Baldwin anj Macclennyhave conclusive of a nation of people, tertalnment.

! ?' Philadelphia scientist says that_ one's life is in danger "put through its paces" by the almost doubled in sIze the noble In purpose, unselfish in aim, Well May hath 27 working nights. That means I make

;" when he kisses a lipsticked girl. But most of will admit fire laddies of that progressive post five years:; New homes and and united in government. night demonstrations. Who's first Write, phone or call'
business structures have been builtIn These, friends, are the great
No This Is pi
Bradford county capital. Th. new- appointment. cost to you. No obligation.. my
"&aUt would be death to die.-ocala Star. A glor- in the life of this Nation.
a glorious machine is guaranteed' to pump numbers, and the towns are takIng epochs Youll enjoy it. '

ious and k death of necessity for these days it is a lipsticked 750 gallons of water a minute, and on the appearance of small War has been the cost, and blood P. S. Don't worry about my losing sleep. Chances are I'd tit
kissor r at the test held at the bridge on cities. Lake Butler Is also making and suffering the price, of our Nat- anyway
none. considerable Improvements. A ional life and political develop-
Alligator creek upon the arrival ot
... n- tbd engine two lines of hose delivered large water tower has just been ment. Great and noble men and B. H. BELISARIO, Sales Mgr.J. .
completed for a system of water- women have paid the cost. To
303 gallons water a.
"Cities are ,what men make them, says the Leesburg minute| at 120 pounds pressure, works and sewerage and much many of them, the cost has been J. SEYKORA ELECTRIC CO.

Commertial.. And men are what their friends make them.- says the Starke Telagraph. The construction is going, on. Ilalforc death. To many more it has been 232 E Main St. Gainesville FI,
and. Lawtey also bear the appearance greater than death. These great ,
Bradford County Telegraph. Married men are what their truck is the latest model manu-
) of having progressed to considerable patriots have given and preservedto
factured the American La- Just
by phone or drop cant and 111
me a bringDeleo.Llght
wives make them.-c. b. t, in Eustis Lake Region. So speaks. France people, and carries every extent. Farms along the us this nation we love so well. to your homo for a night demonsratlw!

to married man. modern device used IB: fire fight. route' are green with waving cornfields The peace and freedom we enjoy
ing. The- six-cylinder engine of ,. awl at the state farm a variety -I today, and all we have and own
{\ 0 -- 115 horse-power delivers unlimited of heavy crops are-looking ex- under this great and united Gov- DELCOLIGHTELECTRIC

i l... The Polk .County Record says if Catts is nominated governor power, and the equipment Is nellent. This year promises be ernment, are given to us by the
I record-breaking farm for noble patriots, and D-L WATER
the same a* furnished by: the com- a year men women
In the June "it would be analmost
primary even
moneybet pany to large cities the Telegraphsays.TimesUniorf North Florida farmers.TImes- whose lives and: whose deeds: we PLANTS SYSTEMS
that Ilowey .(Republican candidate) would be elected" in Union. are here gathered to commemo- PRODUCTS OF GENERAL MOTORS!

November. The Record takes the stand: that a good Republican -0Sanford's -o- rate.We Made And Guaranteed by Delco-Light Company, Dayton, (Ot)
DUHKSS DELIVERED: o.v >II::\{- who are living to enjoy
is better than bad Democrat. commission refused to
a OUI.AI DAY liT COL. OASKINS these rich blessings of life owe to -
permit the Redpath chautauqua: to -
o open in that city without the pay- (Continued from page 1) -----,-----
I I ,/\-.uJil\lIJ.wmrn; : ;: l'I1r
i ,>, Four chiklren WCI.t}killed in the southern part of the state ment of $123: license charged for arms and fought to a conclusion. a slllljlJlrltmm"Ir.:
' all tent show performances.- lost cause. As we realize now that
in contact with "live" electric wires blown down by .
Ctf>l coming Klsslmmee Gazette. Big Boy, If you the cause was lost from. Its incep-
fetorms. With both 13,000 and 66,000 volt lines running was as har.f up as we' are, you tion because It was not willed by r PAY BY CHECK

through Bradford county, the safe plan would be to leave all wouldn't lei 'em come at all.- t the almighty to succeed we can ,
Santord Herald. Just sach understand all-wise
expression an ; providence
wires severely alone.
fallen as made by the Herald: knocks which was brought to us in our

h 0 hell' out of Sanford business. lie an own defeat the blessings of a Unit- Save Time and Trouble

optimist, neighbor.--Sanford Sig ; people.
Live Oak man wants the next legislature to pass a law I nal. And the Herald Is exactly More than sixty years have pass- .

Inhibiting girls and women from wearing knickers. Bet youa I right at that. Chautauquaa shouldBe j'j'J since that great conflict which Payment by check is convenientand

Jugged nickel be wears red flannel underwear from October compelled' to pay licenses Just and established this I safe. Your returned check
as other 'amusement enterprises. During those intervening
to May, washes his feet, neck and ears religiously every two,This educational uplift staff the I the strength *f the Union automatically provides you

weeks) talks politics. and whittles, while his women folks do promoters hand out la bunk. Kls I twice was tested by war against a ,rw witha receipt. Thus you can

the work.. slmmee wttl try and wiggle along foreign foe. How strong and perfect both make your payments con-
without a chautauqira next year.. la the Union the history of
veniently by check and conveniently -
o Klssimmee Valley Gazette.o I J ,

dashed in his face will often check on pay-
"A bucket of cold water --- ------ up your
Only 22 counties IK Florida used I
t.ber a drunk man," says a New York medical journal. Pedestrians .- more fertilizer during Februarythan men ts.

are advised to carry along a bucket of ice water for Bradford.-Staike Telegrapa Wm. J. ILIFFE
Don't newt the stuff In Palm Beach + The check is the modern business -
drlvers.-Times-Union. Saw it tried on one drunk. lie
county. (HnhT!)-Palm Beach Inc op method of transference -
sat up and cried "Water, water everywhere,and not a drink dependent. But Unclb Ben, to ar ,Expert Watch Repairing money
sight." lets do not deejttlre fertilizing; which guards against er-

strawberries do.-Starke Telegraph. ?t ror, and insures against double
o Son if you think tourist r n
payment.We .
Got to hand it to the Bradford County Telegraph. In our are the. only crop Palm Beach I
county raise, come down here and
1 mind they take a top place in all our exchanges, as far as their view the landscape o'er.-Palm ENGRAVINGJE'VELRY welcome checking accpunts
paragraphs are concerned.-Gainesville Evening News. Per- Beach Independent. Expect to be of both business and profession-
with you on press convention
bps we can yet qualify for the Paragraphers League.-Brad- .:dates dad and you man expect persons.\ .

ford County Telegraph. Yeh, perhaps we may catch dip- some Bardford county strawberriesto
grace your table.-Starke Tele- COUNTY BANK
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