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 11, 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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I' : Checking Up On Mr. Catts I' Are Now Qualified

(Editorial.) Tullaha Ree, Fla., May\ 7.-Entries '

tt }, -meat-exercises ofIt 03ISIKXCEM<< : : EXT for the Democratic primary, e . .
1I1'n to be held June 5. ended here The county courthouse' could not
d High School will TUESDAY EVENING: today .
be-I' I far the ticket for hold the crowd coming out to hear
Sunday evening when A check of the statements made as as state I. T.VTT'M ".\ST VOTE INS :
t I I. Processional, "Intermezzo upon some by Mr. Catta offices was concerned. Sidney J. Call( candidate for governor
JOI, >f the Episcopal church and his campaign Mank at the courthouse UH.U..nnl. >
From L. Arleslemro" Bizet manager. Tuesday Tuesday evening every seat
-Or .
baccalaureate ser Under the law. qualifications of
| the
st J" ,a-ii/ chestra.II. evening will come in handy at this time, while such state- being occupied and tlio back part -
'in J school auditorium; at rnndiJates for state and district offices late I iuvernor'n<<; Rare
ments are still fresh in the minds of the voters who heard of the auditorium crowded with
r ,'r ink) In this service Rev.I Invocation- Rev. L. W cannot be certified by the secretary Calls ________ ____ 919
him. We believe those who arrived too Into to secure
will be assited by the other Klckliter. Mr. Catts should get every credit due him of state within thirty days Knott ____ ______. ____ 636
f.rl' "if the town. The choirs II III. Orchestra, "A perfect while he was governor of th-s state for four years preceding' prior to the primary. Ballot lnp whole seats. Bradford county, usa Farris. _____ _____ ___ 92
I was well represented' but
different churches have Day"-Bond. "Love Song"-Pow 1920, and no effort .being made to take away from him any for the nomination of candidates shown the Wood _____ ____ .___h _._ 55
an was by scattered
Co i 'rue occasion and will ell. honor rightfully earned, but when a candidate for governor of the party will be held' thirty which erected of the applause Hudson _________ ____ 54

Jndei. the direction of Mrs. IV. Address-Dr. Matherly. I makes such false claims as Mr. Catts and his henchman Tuesday days from today.Secretary ex-Kovornor's statements some, the audience .
all I V. Sextette, "The Lamplit night, it is time for the people to start checking up. of State, II. Clay was mainly made up of those tt)li: <> Senatorial Rare

Crawford received the afternoonmall Calls _________ _____ 348
Oypsy Hour"
evening -Penn. "Absent" who and, hear
curious to
lay ; Met- Mr. Catts stated that when he went into office the state were see
romantic musical con I calf Lynes. yesterday!' recorded a few combination and Fletcher ____________ 1131
a treasury contained and he left a preacher \ racetrack
$100,000 $3,000,000 there
qualifications which dribbled In
[three acts, will be presented I VI. Presentation of diplomas- when his advocate.
school talent, under the term expired. "The official figures show the treasury and then!' announced that unless II :2I Governor's RitonCatts

,I b f f Mrs A. E. Wall and I Superintendent Wiggins. had $1,077,710.00 when Mr. Catts entered office and a balanceof further entries were made by midnight !Mank. cumpulnu manager for __ ,_____ ___ _____ 475Jennings
llyrwm Bn > Jackson. Following Is''i VII. Benediction--Rev. L. W. $2,170,950.80 when he left. last night, no one else wouldbe !Mr. Calls, was first Introduced ___ 305

r, |, ,if the play and cast of Klc kll ter. placed!' on the ticket. by Judge Adklns. and. after the Martin ____. ._ ___ 550
"ry When Mr. Catts went into office the state tax rate was I opening remark "I'm d-d
Iters I 6% mills. When he went out of office in 1920 the state tax' Anuio' from the entry of Thomas glad; to lie with you" launched I. .--_-...__ 4
COURT Trammell ____ ___ 4
Rover" is in three Walker, of Marlanna, as a can- I' 01l101l1nltIr.! Catts for
na Gypsy was 11 mills. In 1919 the tax was 12 mills-the highest governor. .
fud, Is built around' the charIot I millage assessed for state taxes for nearly a half century. I didate for state's attorney for the !Mr. Huthuwuy's record was especially . .

Rob, later known as Sir j i Up to time Thursday afternoon Today the 1927 state tax rate is 7% mills. Ask Bradfordcounty's fourteenth circuit, the qualification favored, from the time he
|t Howe, ot English nobility the spring term of circuit received yesterday were of served as superintendent of schoolsIn
x stolen when an infant, by court was still functioning, the assessor. comparatively little consequence Duval county to the present safe, sane legislature with
true. Meg, who later becomes grand jury finishing Its duties Mr. Catts stressed the economy effected while in office T. J. Nabb of Macclenny, managedto time as chief of the state road de to work on.

life of Marto, a gypsy. Rob Wednesday and the four days beIng Check these figures with the statements he made and see place his name in the list &. a partment. After completing his Mr. Catts spoke for over an
manhood among the gyp- devoted candidate for the state senator for respects' to Catts Haying that Florida at this
i to mainly to trying of whether opponents, \Ir'l
belleviug Meg and Marto to civil suits. you Bradford county taxpayers prefer" "CaUs'economy" the twenty-ninth district, after a Mania! took up the race truck question .' needed nu executive at its helm
I I to the present day "extravagance. During 1918,, hard ride by automobile from his pleading for the : order to weather the storm of

[il &appens parents.one day, while riding Jury True bills reported ,by the grand 1919 and 1920, the last three years of Mr. Catts' administration home to Fernandlna, where he stricken Inhabitants of the poverty-destitute ; next four years lie de-tended hi

1 her fiancee, ''Lord Craven,,I I .. were: Bradford county taxpayers were assessed for state taxes qualified with the state Democratic lower east coast lIe staled stand on horse racing because
Constance Martendale ba- ,, State of Florida vs Roy Norman: as follows : executive committee, to Tallahassee that it would either bit "county the conditions he staled existed

lost in the woods. Theyer Layton Johns, Lynn Johns, breaking 1918 1919 1920 Total where he found that he had homo rule" or Florida\ would be divided I the east coast and that his (
and entering with intent to not properly subscribed to the there needed help, and gave
where Into
to the gypsy camp ; two states, because the
lance and Rob meet and fall commit a felony. $26,017.02 $42,974.56 $40,856.40 $109,847.98 candidates' oath; back to his homeat people ot the east coast had to parting shot at the game and

ve at first sight. Craven ob-I State of Florida vs Lewis Jones,, Compare the three years above with 1925, 1926, and 1927 : Macclenny and to Talahasnee furnish amusement for the tour. law. .

to Rob's attitude, but in a Robert Smith, Fred Long, break 1925 1926 1927 Total again to complete the qualification ists to keep them from going to At the close of his speech
comedy scene with Marta ing and entering with intent to as the limit was reached for Cuba or his section was headedfor Manic again took the floor

[i lnfo, he Is made to tell Sir commit a felony $21,016.55 $19,077.69 $20,508.67 60602.91 qualifications. The secretary of bankruptcy. upoka of conditions existing In

e, who late comes In search State of Florida vs Randolph Under the present administration Bradford county has state took stock of his entries and "County home rule" was. ex college at Tallahassee) and

(instance, that Rob is a charm- I Anderson, assault with Intent to paid the state a total of $60,602.91 ; under Mr. Cr.tts'; admin- found that several Incumbent state plained by Mr. Mank to be a system those who cared to Ket some

allow\ In act two Rob goes commit first degree murder. istration for the same number of years, Bradford county paidto officials\ had apparently boen virtually that would allow Madison the literature and reUlllt. Ho

fe home of Constance and ser!I State of Florida vs Cliff! Perry,, the state $109,847.98. In other words you taxpayers paid returned to office, and that county to nay how they would grow asked friends of Calls to form
aggravated assault. ono of the largest lists of candi- and market the tobacco how club In "order to protect the ballot
fi'g, her. They plan to elope under Mr. Catts' "economy" administration 49245.07 more crop; ,
who State of Florida dates for the National Democratic Marlon could handle' Its boxes" as there wan a '
are overheard by Craven vs Clarence than you did during the three years just past. These figuresare county
ros Sir George, and plans. are',I Green, Priestly Green, James My in county clerk's office, to citizen of the convention, at Houston, In the his phosphate rock; how Tampa could ,on fool to steal the election
your open any ,
would face the
of the state
to capture Rob. This Is suc-. ers, assault with intent to commit Check Catts these tory manage Its cigar Industry, and the his friend, Mr. Calls.
county. against figures.Mr. .
fully accomplished and Rob murder. ; voters. east coast Its amusements (golfing I -
into but later Catts' literature carries the statement that taxes ; XVilllOUt Opposition| | to dog and horse racing.) It I
rown prison State ot Florida vs Sam Ghent,, Seaboard WillOperate
ilieg. I.aggravated assault. during his administration "were reduced to $4.66 per capita. Four cabinet officers and two was evident, though, that even the

so years elapse and Rob has State of Florida vs Sam Ghent,, Today it is abQut $35.00 per capita." He neglected to state' supreme court Justices seemingly most rabid Calls adherent In the : .

Into his estates, his Identity shooting into occupied house. that this increase of taxes per capita was caused by the bond' had no opposition, and It was evident audience had some dlfllciilty\ In adjusting '

Ing been proven by Meg. He State ot Florida vs W. M. Thomas issues voted for roads and public improvements by counties, that they would he the Democratic his perspective. In Include
nominees. They John
of domestic animals. these bonds in the of Bradford being voted industry In some countries and I official sr'o
lines u successful composer, ahd larceny : as case county, on C.; Luulne, state treasurer; 11. Although nothing
ot the Prince, and a social Stats of Florida vs Nathan Car the taxpayers by the taxpayers themselves. Bradford county Clay Crawford secretary of state; legalized. gambling\ In oth..rK.IIr. been given out regarding\ the

Constance has remained truerr ter, larceny of automobile. paid into the state treasury during Catts' administration more Fred 11. Davis, attorney general, Mank stated that nlllce If Cults he aiiRiirallon of a bus service between
went Into the governor's
love for Rob and on his re- I State of Florida; vs Henry Mitchell taxes in TWO years ((1919-1920)) than Bradford county now and \V S. Cawthon, state superintendent would put the distribution of the I Jacksonville and

i to England, he woos and wins alias Bubbles Clark, assault pays in in FOUR years. The state tax rate is now nearly one- i of public instruction, andL. auto llceiixn tags Into the Lands lio I n In via Sturke, It la

I for his wife. There are also with intent to commit murder. half less than when Mr. Catts left office; the increase in taxes W Strum and Armsteud Drown, of the American Legion' which that the next few weeks will
Nina "No bills"\ were reported by the the Seaboard Air Lino
\\y( love affairs between ,
now being paid being county taxes for roads voted for by the supreme court justices 'would mean around $800,000 to bus service
Capt Jerome, and Zara ando grand Jury in the following cases: Ernest a regular
1 Two other cabinet officers, -
people of Bradford county, tho legion during hit four-year '
and many comedy scenes State of Florida vs L. L. Johns, and Nathan I Sturko. The Seaboard has ,
comptroller, -
took all credit for in the term. The 120,000.000! bond Issue bus service
Info and Marto. assault to murder. I Mr. Catts placing treasury mon- Mayo, commissioner of agri- Htarted the
State of Florida vs John Smith, ies due the state but his memory failed him before he could have fathered by Governor Martin Jacksonville and Live Oak, and
(oat! of Characters: culture, have opposition, as in for share of his attention -
forgery. tell his audience of nearly $50,000.00 paid out of the treasuryto railroad came a extension of the new service
two of the Incumbent
(Contralto) Rob's foster Mr. Mank stating that the
elf I State of Florida vs Fuyett Pre- other points' Is expected to follow.NT.IRKI'I
her an old gypsy woman- officials suspended or removed by him without cause. Mr. commissioners, A, S. Wells and J Everglades did not need drainagebut .
die Kendrick vatt, assault to murder. Alvarez Catts admitted, in a letter to the senate, that some of the Mra. II. L. Eaton. did need protection from fire, J CM>HEI; i
of Florida vs Paul
fcara (Soprano) the belle ot the State Joe Norman, breaking and suspensions were unwarranted, the orders 'without basis of No opposition was received forJ. Ills the vast swamp was burning TOWN TIIVUHIJ,'
|sy camp--Ruth Sternberg.larto entering. fact and that they be reinstated. The taxpayers footed the Clifford It. Foster, the present I up, and If Mr. Calls was electedhe With the remaining few

(Bass or Bar) Meg's hus- State ot Florida vs David Al- bill. adjutant general, or R. E. Rose, would kill the bill. In sum- of business, whoso names
state chemist, and a number of ming the CattH vote over the not on the list last week: ;
hjWilliam Duncan. brltton Jr., obtaining money under because Carlton defeated for of up
Mr. Catts
says was mayor circuit judged and states attorneyswill stale, Mank claimed a strength of In the Thursday half holiday, signifying
Info (Baritone) Gypsy lad in false pretense. Tampa and Mr. Hathaway for superintendent of schools in be returned as the party nom. 80,000 first choice votes: that he their intention of

e with Zara-Elmer McMillan. I Criminal Cases Duval county, the voters of the state should not vote for either -" Ineee. would beat Hathaway In Duval their doors, Starke will be a

|tob (Tenor) Afterwards bir State of Florida vs Lewis Jones, of them for governor. If that is just cause why did not Many Out for Delegate county and Carlton In Hlllabor- town for the balance of the
bert Howe, the Gypsy rover, Robert Smith, Fred Long, breakIng he candidate either because As for the state's delegation to Mank) afternoon.
1 Mr. Catts say was not a qualified ough county, and that he ( mer on Thursday
t heir to the Sir Gilbert Howe and entering; plead In guilty.state of his defeat for the U. S. Senate in 1920 and for governor in Houston, the secretary of state had the east coast vote of 35,000In majority of the office. will
tea--Nolan Canova. Sentenced to two years be
1924, losing both by heavy majorities? fouad a total of 68 waiting to his hand to present to the ex. close. Out-of-town patrons of
Lady Constance (Soprano) prison. I sent. That number included: the business houses are reminded
ghter of Sir George MartenElizabeth -, State of Florida vs Cliff Perry, Mr. Catts' first act if he is elected governor will be to cut candidacies for the delegation governor\' Following Mr. Mank's prelimIn- do their trading before the .

.,- Andrews.; I aggravated assault; plead guilty. i his salary to $6,000 a year. Is Mr. Catts expecting the race from the state at large and from aries, Mr. Catts took the door, he- hour.
ord Craven An English fop. $100 and costs or six months. horse interests to continue their contributions to him? The the four congressional districts.The Ing Introduced by Judge Adklns, '

nnrha know.-Joseph Malpaa.Bir people of Florida would prefer paying Mr. Catts a salary of records show that eight had and he glave a comparison of the Election Returns

Geo. Martendale (Baritone) REDUCES MAIL I $50,000 yearly if they can secure an administration free of qualified from the first congressional work done during his term of office

English country gentleman I graft'and corruption. It would be interesting to know how district; five from the second expenses then and now, and Will Be

ful Knight. many prisoners serving time in the state prison have been ; six from the third, and eleven the stand he would take on matters
ins (Soprano) Sir George'sugbter i from the fourth district, and 38 elected. 'lax lists -
SERVICE AGAINFollowing promised a pardon if Mr. Catts is elected. Catts hasn't re if he were
) -Pearl Grlffls. formed.Mr.. were seeking the representationfor of property advertised for sale dur- The Telegraph baa
[Capt. Jerome (Tenor) Capt. in the state at large. Of that number ing his administration and of last arrangements; to secure full election

i English; Army-Murrah Rooks.! action by the postof-I Catts promises the ex-service men of the state the two delegates will be chosenby year were compared, showing a returns for the county

:Sir Toby Lyon, a social butter-' in eliminating the distribution of the automobile license tags. Mr. Mank char- the voters from each congres- tremendous Increase In the number stale by wire on the night of
Ace department
Junior MacDonald. southbound mall due In Starke at acterized this as a "beautiful thought" on the part of Catts. sional district and eight to repre- of pieces of property. The Bin, and these returns will ,

jMcCorckle, a song publisher of 11:18 p. m., Starke now has only It is a matter of record, though, that this "beautiful thought"did sent the state at large. Of the amount of taxes per capita duringhis Hashed on a screen across j

ndon- -Melvin Futch. three malls dally, two northbound' not occur to Catts until after he had threatened to beat latter, four must be women. The administration he gave as from the Telegraph" office. .

Tuesday evening the commence- at 5:35: a. m., and 3:34: p. m., and hell out of a crippled veteran at Groveland. Legion members list of delegation candidates also around $4 and today he stated It _. JVlIOUT!
"tnt WE: THINK
address will be delivered by one southbound mall at 10:53: a. I can find out for themselves from the records of the Legion Included a large number of womenof wan around $27.00 WHAT .\
falter J. Matherly, dean of Jour- many sections from the various if elected: to call THE: GOVERNOR'S
m. Postmaster. Hull la making a Post in Lake county. Compare this record with the lying He proposed
Jllsm, University of Florida. Mu- have the night I congressional districts. the legislature in session the day
A. vigorous effort to sheet "explaining" the incident distributed by Catts at the States We think that either Mr. Carlton
Mrs. United
under the direction of and It the citizens The races for the he took office, and the first thinghe
II. B. I mall restored courthouse Tuesday evening.Mr. will, of Catts, Hathaway,
Wall. Superintendent efforts to this endit senate and governorship expected to do would be to reduce -
iggin.1: will deliver diplomas toe I will lend their successful. Catts proposes to lower taxes, reform the road department course, eclipse all other campaignsthis his salary to what wan paid or Taylor would make a good governor.

| graduating class, also certifl- will be the present arrangement I the fish and game department, the state colleges, year. The qualification list during his former administration Hut for the benefit of .
|tea ot promotion to the high southbound mall placed In the lower salaries and permit each county to run wide open under -, shows that Park W. Trammell), the and then also the remaining officeholders health it Is best to eat Poln
nool to ot the eighth grade he Incumbent and John W. Martin follow his Ice Cream at Butler's Pharmacy.
pupils postofflce after 10:33: a. m. remains his famous "county home rule. In these matters of the state to -
lio have successfully completed here for 24 hours, or until delegated to himself the duties of the legislative bodies, the present governor, are contest- example. Ha was confident that
l elf work. ing for the former office, and the reform, If NOBLE SPEAKSHERE
the 10:53: train the following day. knowing his powers are limited to recommending, approvingor he could bring :
Each evening the exercises will little I Doyle Carlton, James M. Carson, of the state gave himaWiIITEIiLRt4T
The northbound mall Is very vetoing legislative acts, but he slipped in the qualifying Hathaway the people --
gin J. Catts, Fons A. \
( at eight o'clock. Sidney
better off, as malt placed in the clause -"1F the people of the state will send me a safe and and John S. Taylor In the order -, : 1'11"\' : KH HERE
REUNION postomce after 6 p. m., remains have track ,
ITTENI1INO VETERANS sane legislature Florida will never race gambling which their names! will be -
here until the next afternoon 3:34.: as long as the people of Florida can elect a safe and sane placed on the ticket, are seeking Carlton's. candidacy for governor Fred B. Noble of Jacksonville

MEETINGThe legislature to prevent gambling being legalized or to removea the executive chair. was placed before Bradford will speak at the county
Rev L. W. Klckllter left Satur- CITY COUNCIL governor who allows it contrary to law. The Everglades ... county; people Monday; morning by house next Monday, 1:30: p.tn.,
''y for Little Rock Arkansas, to RURAL ROUTE REQUEST: I Hon. James Whlteburst at the the Interests of Fons
Council met May 7th, section of Florida is claimed to be the richest land in the '
tend the Confederate Reunion, City OF REIGREEN GRANTED Judge Adkins allowIng candidate for governor. Mr
session with the follow- world. Its people] are not poverty stricken as Mr. Mank states.If in Starke and Tlclnity i
presenting J. J. Dlckison Camp in regular the speaker time following organization Is well known
1817. In a wire to the Tele- ing members present: C. F. Hoover times are hard with them, let them do'as the farmers of Representative R. A. Green, who of the court for its and': as he is ipeaklng

aph Mr.: Klckllter stated he erred chairman. L. A. Davis. W L. Wall. Bradford county are doing-go to work. The tax millage recently secured: an addition to rural week's work. Mr. Whltehurst Bradford county's favorite candidate

in Little Rock :Monday: at Minutes of the first last meeting they pay to the state is the same as the taxpayers of Brad- route number 5, from Gaines made a very able address in presenting for governor, he Is assured ,1,1a '

:-:4S!:: p. m., after a fine trip. He were read and approved.The ford county pay. If they are burdened by heavy county, an-ther Mr. Carlton'i qualifications large audience.

11: "Weather fine, enterUln- Clerk wa Instructed relative to to I district and town taxes for improvements, that Is a tax they for' the governor's chair and was TRAIN- : CHANGESSCIIEDULE
ent fine. Veterans coming In bye write the Comptroller track in imposed on themselves and the state cannot relieve them. serve about eighty additional. families listened to by the large crowd attending MORNING

> thousands, with Florida well assessment of railroad Mr. Catts' speech was a good one, but he has yet to bring effective June 1. He departmentto also requested circuit court. sessions. In the change ot schedules'

presented.ood I am feeling well.of Starke.Time for paying'bity. taxes was forth reasons for his election that will appeal to the voter j grant the dally postofflce instead of trl-week- CANDIDATES"BPEAK 1'0 the Seaboard Air Line railway y
wishes the citizens
tarke." to extended June. 1St.Green who has the best.interests of his state at heart. When Florida ly service on rural route A, from AT DRooKER effective last Sunday,

Mr. Klckllter will, return, to J, "' -, Rapid [ reaches the point where "the Catholic, the Jew and the Starke. A political rally will be held at one train on this division was

t arlre' the week Con Springs- progress of Ku Klu Han" must come together to save the state, they will Bro ker on Friday. May 25th.:\ 8 fected, the southbound
latter*part of! thjs being*, mada.on erection theater ,at I not select Sidney J. Catts as he boasts. They will pick a Messrs.ADO. and "rltl Paul of o'clock, at the new', school build) 1 local: It Is now due In Starke

OST-A white Terrier dog. Reward new' Lewis American building on Walnut man, a man with a head and mind of his own, and a man Watertown, were business visitorsto ing. All candidates are invited to 10:53. the old. schedule ; j

if returned to W. A. Bee- rear of Lewis whose character and past record is above reproach. Starke Monday. .AI.,0 address the voter at this time. 10:13. -

lent, Jr., Starke, Fla. S-ll-U? street. eti:y-- .

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denial, foretbinking, good judg- and drank It to the health of Mark revival.
(f you can't be a "zauskle then
{ PROLIFIC INNUENDO Lifting the soul from. the common On
She would never have Thursday
and all of Anthony.
be bass ment and self control
just a clod 'v"nlnr
f' There is a story, so old that it is threadbare, about a man I But the liveliest bass in the lake. these are elements of character been guilty of this foolish act had To a purer air and a broader o'clock prayer *.1'\',?,,, vet It
Some of the better schools of today she not given her youth to play view." at the following
tricked into We can't all be captains, some hmev
t who, in an old-time political debate, was an agree- Frank- .
have to be crew. are teaching thrift by operating i a Instead of work. Benjamin Rev. L. W. KI,'kilter
ment to answer yes or no to questions propounded. His op- There's something for all of us. small bank In the school room and lin has truly said, "An idle brainis ..ONNONOOOOOOONNN. mond, leader.P. -B"

. ponent thereupon asked him, "Have you stopped beating your here; I. letting the pupils represent the different the devil's worshop." Chas. 8. McMillan (B.
There's work to be done and bank officials. Another way Kingsley said, "We would thank Risinge leader. 1_
wife?" :Many of the questions asked by Doyle Carlton of Dr. .
we've all got to do they are teaching thrift is to have God every morning when we get 0 Norman Cor. 0 Mrs. Perkins 1\( ,
, Fons Hathaway are just about as germane and just about as Our part In a way that's sIncere the pupils keep a budget of their up, that we have something to do :ONONOOONNOOOOOONO. er. "t1q!

: easy to answer. If you can't be a highway, then expenses for the year. W all know that day whether we wish to or Mrs. P. E. ('an, .,.,i ,
( Lies have a curious way of multiplying themselves and just be a trail. I that the life of Edgar Allen Poe not. Being forced to work and Rising, May 11.-Mr. and Mrs liter, leader.On J f

If you can't be the sun be a stag; I was partly a failure because he forced to do your best will breedin Barney McRae and little daughter Friday t'V"IlIIl",,
, innuendo is even more prolific. It is no easy job for Dr. Hathaway It Isn't by size that you win or I was not taught the value of self- you temperance and self-control, Betty of Starke, visited at the be held at thesl' hOl1es'el'Tlft.

.; in his campaign for governor to overtake the truth some rail; denial and self-control. lie was diligence and strength of will, home of T. N. Norman Sunday af J. H. Uundl-x fh

of the misrepresentations which have been put forth by Carl- Be the best of whatever you are. given too much money to spend cheerfulness, and contentment." ternoon. ]leader. "ft
Now in what ways may the par- for useless things. lie wasn't Parents and teachers, let us not Miss Dorothy Sapp of Starke, J. F. Klcklltr.! Jr
:: ton in his desperate effort to embarrass and defeat the chair- ents aid In the building of character taught the value of thrift and for forget to stress the value and Im- spent Saturday night with her leader. fin._

man of the road department. We have in mind at the mo- in their children? Beyond this reason he died in poverty portance of character building in cousn: Miss Louise Sapp. .1: IL Lord-Mrs );

ment Calton's deliberate breach of the truth in the matter of everything have a library in your When his wife lay dying in the the child. Horace Mann, the founder I Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae and er. pperat
home filled with the choicest liter "bleak, cold December" they dk of the first normal school said: small children spent Sunday at Mrs. E. F. Johns
the routing of the Tamiami Trail through Collier and Monroe ature. If you are not able to possess not have sufficient cover to keep Reputation Is what .people. thinkof I Waldo, with Mr. McRae's brother gins, leader. H a

counties. We have before us an editorial recently printed by many books, try to, at least her warm and had to put the fam- us; character Is what we are Mr. E. J. McRae. These meetings ha,.

I the Ocala Star demanding indignantly to know why Hatha- have a few well chosen ones. See ily cat In bed in an effort to keep and what God and the angels Mrs. E. J. Wilkinson of Palatka, attended and thoa.. Who beta I
that your children read some every her warm. Teach your children know we are." who has been visiting her parents terested whether e!
Carlton allegation that the Tamiami I Baptist
way is not answering the day. Encourage the child to read thrift and we will not have so The teacher alone can't build I Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman, returned are invited to attend

Trail was double-tracked through the property of Barren Col- only good literature--the type many charitable institutions to character, neither can the par.ents home Sunday, and was accom-

lier in the Everglades at a cost of $1,000,000. Now here is a that has an uplifting influence. support. It takes the untiring efforts of! panied by her son, Mr. Wilbur Melbourne--Plans ne
Historical and blograplcal worksare Idleness or unwise use of leisure both. education isn't all within Tucker and brother Ancel Nor- erection of 1000-foot
to the about the I'tIt!
which is precisely analagous one
good. These will set the mindto time is another great hindrance to the foui-walls"' of a school room man. and fishing pier in Soutl

wifebeating.It thinking of worthwhile things. the building of character. Of Build right character and all oth- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae of this bourne east of Midway k

is not our intention to rehearse the facts of the Tamiami We all have heard the old proverb"As course every one should have sometime er things will take care of them- section spent Sunday with MrsMcRae's camp.

Trail routing. They are familiar to our readers. If the Ocala a man thinketh, so Is he." : for recreation of the right selves. The boys and girls of to- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart-Martin rowf;
We are a part of all we see and kind, gut too many people today day are to be the men and womenof Wheeler of Starke. movement bonds totaling 1111
Star is genuinely interested in the truth we shall gladly undertake come In contact with, therefore dread work and think that ;youth tomorrow, and to play their part Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard and chil- sold.

to supply its editor with documentary proof that help your children to see and to should be spent at play. IdlenessIs well In the great drama of life, dren of Palatka, spent Sunday

1 Doyle Carlton hadn't the slighest idea what he was talking love the better, higher things of always & curse.! Work should they must be taught, from tho very with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman.Mr. .
life by providing the best literature be the rule, play the exception.We beginning the value of character-- Floyd Crosby was visitingin
about when he made this particular statement and that he was and pictures for them. Be may glance through the life for It Isn't built within a day. the Helbronn section Sunday. FOR iJIONU"IE.V1

guilty of consummate impudence and mendacity in making it. very certain that you know the sketches of any truly great and Don't forget B. Y. P. U. every ,

To the people of Lee county who now have heard both type of reading that your boy or successful man, or women, in his- "We are biulding every day ina Sunday night. Everybody invited.
girl does because reading may be a tory and we will see that they -good or evil way- : -
the Carlton charges and Hathaway's answers, the Trail rout- blessing or a curse. It depends were all workers in their youth. And the structure as It grows, I'R YER MEETINGS Markers, coping or

ing "charge" is merely the final clinching proof of the irres- upon what 1 Is read and how it Is They established the work habit in Will our inmost self disclose thing for your ceme:.

ponsibility of Doyle Carlton. We noted with interest that Carl- read. It Is really discouraging' to early life Just as other good habitsare Build it well, what'er you do; Prior to the revival meetings lot. See our designs
know how many people there are formed. To them youth was Build it straight and strong and which will begin at the Baptist ;
ton did not repeat that charge when he spoke in Fort Myers. prices before
who never read anything except the golden opportunity to preparefor true; church on Wednesday evening, buying,
Presumably he did not dar,touch on it any more than SidneyJ. dime novels or trashy stories that manhood or womanhood.On Build it clean, and high, and May 16th, the ladles of the church We deliver and erect(

Catts would dare to advocate horse-racing in West Florida.Hathaway's ought never be tolerated by peo- the other hand we may glance broad; have been conducting a series of work.
ple of common sense. Many a boy through the life sketches of other' Build It for the eye of God. cottage prayer meetings.The .
in this section of the is
place secure of whose lives first of this series was held
has been led into vice-and crime people history were THE GAINESVILU
> beyond question and when he has completed the tour of the by such stories. There is com not what we could call successful Heaven is not reached by a single last Tuesday afternoon at the pas-

state upon which he is now embarked his victory in the June panionship in books and if good because they gave their youth to bound, but we build the ladder torlum, with a good number pres- MEMORIAL CO "
their society la uplifting and up- Idleness. We may take for examplethe by which we rise from the lowly ent. On Friday afternoon at four ,
primary will be beyond dispute. But the Ocala Star is not advised -
building. It Is surprising how our queen of Egypt. She spent earth to the valuted skies, o'clock the second meeting was
to hold its breath waiting for the chairman to tell whether reading can inlnfluence us for her time In play and pleasure with And we mount to its summit, held at the Lome of Mrs. P. M. 232Gainesville

onnot he has stopped beating his wife. good or bad. We've often heard gold, silver and gems at her com- round by round. Barefoot with Mrs. E. D. Card as Fla.
the saying "Tell me who ;you keep mands, and her womanhood bore I count this thing to be grandlytrue leader. At the circle meetings ,

CIIA1MCTKH; nUH-W.NO opportunity for the building of company with and I'll tell you the fruits of that mistake. Once ; held Monday afternoon prayer ser-
IN OUU SCHOOL, character In pupils. She deals what you are." But If you'll tell she dissolved a jewel worth $375 That a noble deed: Is a step toward vices were also held in behalf of

" me only what you read I'll tell
with the child when the mind is
- The following paper was pre most plastic. For this reason, I you what you are. The great -

" pared and read by Mrs. Harvey M. think that the primary teacher thinkers of the world like Homer,

i F Snyder at the parent-Teachera should give much time to it. The Newton and Daniel Webster read
more plastic the mind, the easierIt few books, but they were well
f; meeting held last week, and It Is I
will be to Impress the child. chosen and well read. Perhaps we
f being published upon request of Prof. Wilbur also says "The I all can recall having read some

several patron who were present: time has passed when people are book that has had a lasting influence i

to be classified by their professions upon us, and that has beenan
Prof. Dowling and members of fac- and social standings. Men and Inspiration to us-a book that WORI.J 'S GREATEST
ulty and members of the P. T. women are classified to day by has Instilled in ua the love of whatIs

A. and visitors: their character development together right, clean and noble. When

with social service and quite young-about 16 I guess, I
I have heard several different knowledge." We can't judge peo- read "Pilgrim's Progress.' Amongall

definitions given for education and ple by their professions or social the books I've ever read per-
what it takes to make up a well standings alone. We have all haps I never read a one that gave .i '

rounded education, by different known people of high social stand' me stronger hope and inspired me :> No Idle Boast -
educators and psychologists ,Dr. Ing or people who held high posi- more. Another book that had a
Dewey, one of our most noted psychologists tions in life that "lost out" becauseof strong influence upon me was "The

says, "Education II 1 lack of character, so we see that New Freedom" by Woodrow WIl-

preparation for life." upright character must go with it son.The !
Spencer, also a well known psy- all. The great object of life Is the teachers as well as the par
chologist, has said, "Education Is formation of right character Nextto ents should encourage the read-

life itself." the parent, the teacher has the Ing of only good literature In their When Goodyear announced this new tire "The
But I think that Prof. Wilbur, greatest opportunity and influence pupils. as World's
the Superintendent of Jacksonville for character building. We need, The mother may help much In ;. Greatest Tire the tire world
schools, has given the best therefore in every school room, the building of good character In sat up!

denlOtlon I've heard yet for what teachers of the highest moral pur- her children before they are school
should be Included in a well rounded age by telling them good clean ..
poses and school boards over the After it
education. Here Is his defini- country are beginning to lay more stories. Character developmentand trying out, tire buyers everywhere declared

tion. ((1))Character development. emphasis at this point. moral training- should begin.. ,

(2) Home membership. ((3) Vocational -. No person can accomplish much with the babe. Very' early in life .I enthusiastically, "GOODYEAR WAS RIGHT! We
development. (ofVlse I, without spotless character. lIe the child must be taught that ,

use of leisure time. (5) Active, may possess ability, tact, and en- there is a higher law than that of agree heartily.We .
and intelligent citizenship. ((6) terprise or any other quality that its own will or desire. It must be

Master of international, civic, so- you may name and these may secure taught obedience, cleanliness,,
Clal, and political problems.It kindness to animals, consideration
for him a certain position In know tire
seems to me that these are social life, but he must have up- for the rights of others, truthfulness a when we see one. And of all the. tireswe've

all very necessary for a well right character to enjoy the highest Industry, honesty, and cour-
rounded education today. Educa- success. Intellect Is a treasure, tesy and these lessons can be impressed ever seen, this 1928 Goodyear-with
tion must appeal to the whole child an improved
but character Is greater than Intellect upon the mind of the child
and not to any one trait. as the heart Is greater than more effectively through the tell- .All-Weather Tread
Now which of these six phases the head. Character is like stock ing of stories than by any other specially-designed for balloon tire

of education do ;you think Is most In trade; the more of It a person means. It la a good means of wear -takes the
prize I
Important and should be most
amusement the child
as naturallylikes
possesses the easier it Is to make I', '
tressed by both parents and teach- additions to it. Character is pow to have a story told to them.
ers? Prof. Wilbur says character The in education has two _..
er. It Is influence makes story You
development, .therefore! he has it Friends and draws patronage and other Important functions other really are not tire*wise-if you don't know about

heading the list. Do you agree support, It opens a sure and l easy than to amuse (1) The story Is :

with him? I am sure I do. way to wealth, honor, and happi the molder of Ideals. () It Is the this new-type All-Weather Tread

Perhaps there is too little emphasis ness. It is bullded as the Insects Illuminator of facts. Teachers too, r: Goodyear Balloon.
placed on character building -i must tell stories to their pupils .
builds the coral reef, little by lit-
today in the home as well as' that will develop character. F' We have it.
tle. Every day adds something to It Come in-and
in the school. We all recall the when complete it Is the possessors Parents and teachers should try to

horrible crime of Loeb and Leo very own-Solomon said: "A good strive to develop thriftiness in make
us take back
pold In Chicago a few years ago. name la rather to be chosen than the child. True thrift will de- anything Good-
Was It a criminal tendency born In ,
velop character because to be
great riches, and loving favor
them that made them commit this rather than silver and gold." We thrifty we have to exercise: self- year said, or that we say here. Learn
heartless crime No-the evi-
are In duty bound to make char-
dence showed that it was not. acter for ourselves. It is not our why more people ride
They were both said to be very CASKETSand on Goodyear
duty to accumulate a fortune or to COFFINS &
brilliant In school. There must
have been a lack of homo trainingand become governor or president a Fall LU of Tires than on any other kind.Authorized
but it Is our bounden duty to build I .
school training in character
upright character-all of us can- Undertakers' \
building that caused them to com- I
not be rich or influential, or learned.
mit the crime. Had they been
taught while the valueof 1
very young
character, they would' probably If you can't be the pine on top Alwin .. *..*. TW k-. .***!..
of the hill-be a scrub in the val M tk. ImM prl_ BptUI .*-
have never committed the crime.It ley-but be the best little scrubby _tl.. .. tl.. ... .rd.n.BKGISTBKKO .
Is plainly seen that something EMBALMBB Goodyear Service Station
the side of the rill; be a,buah ,
was lacking with their education.
If you can't be a tree. DEwrrr c. JONES offering the service and attention
Teachers as well as parents, guaranteed
If you can't be a bush be a bit of .
must not neglect character buildIng STARKB. FLA. .
the grass H to user to help
in the child. The parents and every get every last
And some highway happier make .-
teachers should work together to I } mile out of Goodyear Tires
-- -- ----- I and TubesSupreme
teach the child to be a builder of

wisdom and truth. If character :Declare War on All Insects-Kill Them $ ,.

development were stressed more .
in the schools today, there wouldbe ndkeeptherne.way.. B.. Brand Insect Powder
kills Flies Roaches BEE BRANDt
far less crime and wrongdoing.We or Liquid Ann. Poultry

would have no need for so .. Lic.MosquitoesFl.a.BedBuge.ndotherinPowder LitpiJ
Won't fain.Use
sects. spot or powder on plants!
10.(915. so.S 75.
many prisons and reformations. If cS Pets '''rjl.lt t for FREE instil bookltl. If Sos a$t.ao $1.15 "
the child is taught the value and ,: d-.' r< Vts-:'plyw.will! ship by parcel post*tpritceaarasj. 30. ISprmwCmt J5. A.
beauty of upright character while y .iccoaMSC1aCO.rrldmar.Md. 1 Service
very young-that is while the
mind is most plastic, he will cherish i

it In later life. He isn't apt : Q eIk
to depart from It then. Solomon

said: "Train up a child in the way \,
he should co, and when he is old i No. 2 Starke Floridar
he will not depart from It. e1 ,
Who has the greatest opportunIty r f *.. tar character buJJdiaff In, the
child I really think that the i .

primary teacher has the greatest _---

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u ..N4.N..............N.. were business visitors to the county 9:30: a. m. Bible hour. (Monday ly spread the alarm. The fire at dinner Tuesday evening *

site last Monday Wednesday, Friday-N w Testament truck arrived carrying tanks of ,
" J HAMPTON May 1. at the home ot Mr.
l of Florida in Short Paro graph, e J Mrs. S. M. Simmons and ,ion, Mr. Taylor. Tuesday Thurs chemical and axes were used to and Mrs. C. II. Clark.EVKItr.ItDKN.

a MI. Ad. Mmm.t. ('i.e. +. Thomas of Sparr visited Mrs. Slm- day--old Testament, Mr. Stith.) break through the roof In order ..---

...+*.. ..... ... mon's parents Mr. and Mrs P. B. 3:30-4:00 Children's
'An + + ...++ : : p. m. to reach the flames The fire was .
..... .
Hunt last ................
Hampton May. 11.-Mr. and Saturday. tervlce brought under control before it .

:Mrs. James Walker and James, It V'asdin.! of Graham was a 4:00-5:00: : p. m. B. Y. P. U. ould spread to the lower part : : .

: i ive State NewsTOLD Jr., of Riverla, are the guests of business visitor here this week. study course. of the building;, but Is thought that .. Olrn. K. A. Hosier, Cor.) 7.

it Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mollie, ot New Hampshire 7.30: p. m. Service of song, Mr. the entire root will have to be replaced ........................
Mrs. n. E. Hall. who has spent the winter Taylor in charge. as well as some of the tim-
.1 I months with her daughter Mrs. J. ber and of the Evergreen, May 4.-Mr. and
Rev. part plaster In the
Lewis will preach at the 8:00: p. m. Gospel Message' to Mrs. Chalker
N. Rutledge returned to her home auditorium and In the ot the Prince and three
BY OUR EXCHANGES Baptist church next Sunday morn! this week. young people, Mr. StlthRumlny. rear children, were vie.tors to Clay
nit* ing and evening. room where the fire ta said to have
I Last Sunday night the Inmatesof county Friday of last week.J. .
.. .... ... The Young Ladles' 11:00: a. m. Song service and started. The building was fully
AIpRe --- -- T -. .. _, -0 Sewing Circle the Hampton Hotel were slightly overed by insurance. C. Rosier was a business visItor -

--A check for 160. I tents of Indian burial mounds, located motored to Starke last Tues- disturbed by the noise ot footsteps sermon. Mr.\ and !Mrs C. M. Weinmanq to Starke Thursday ot last
ahassee day and spent the afternoon with 3:00: p. m. Conference with
and when they went In the week.
of Florida from throughout >ent Friday afternoon In Gaines
state the
Ht the I state. Mrs.
) Edna Hart A very pleasant young people for open questioning!
court of the United time lobby just before four a. m. they ; ville. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and
preme was enjoyed after which delicious discovered that their Victrola and discussion of problems.
t J tor over forty-three years, Tallahassee-Oleanders, golden- fruit salad and limeade Evening hour. Closing Mrs. Vivian Sanders returned children, of Woodlawn spent Sun-
Mt( was song service
that was sitting near the door was
Returned Friday to State rod and flame vine day here with relatives.
(blgnonia) are served abundantly. Tile and message.A .o Keystone Heights Tuesday after
Is rather
gone. a
1 roller! Ernest Amos. among the plants that have been a two weeks visit in Miami.F. Cohen PeeU kas a visitor to
The revival services at the First difficult one to solve, as the Vic question box will be maintained -
found to contain Jo 1. Carr Lake Butler
rubber In quantities postmaster, returnedto Thursday of last
/ Methodist church of Hampton, are trola is the kind that does not have for'' personal problems upon
of the child that may warrant their Keystone Heights Friday from week
q ,aiaMembers pro-
progressing nicely, and will con- which basis effort will be directed.
agatlon and cultivation in legs.Mr. Lake Worth, where he went to at.
t | committees of the sixth Florida tinue Indefinitely. and Mrs. LeRoy Denison of individual conferences for any Miss Ruby Rosier was the guest
t American Thomas A. Edison, the noted in tend tho Postmaster's Convention.
fit Legion of
of the Mrs. Jomes Rosier Sunday.
Waldo hour will be
Mrs. T. J. Durden who has been were the guests ot Mrs.Dennison's encouraged.
leet Sunday afternoon at Ar- ventor told Grosvenor Dawe In Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Cornish and Cheathem Poole attended the
( very ill for several 'jays has host : sister Mrs. Edwin: Pre- Exceptions to above are: No
kiq il to make details of the plans charge of the industrial survey.being !' ot friends here and throughout a vatt. service on Saturday and night service two daughters, and the Rev. and Union meeting of the Black Creek

r0 L survey of crippled children conducted In the state, at an Bradford county who Mrs. C. P. Saaser ot Valdosta of Friday, May\ 18th, will begin Mrs Deuj. H. Weld returned Saturday Association near Jacksonville last
county in the district. interview recently at Fort Myers. I are delighted evening after a three days week.
,JtltlJ b i to know that her condition is Ga., was visiting her father Mr. at seven o'clock Instead of sev-
much better at this writing. P. B. Hunt last Saturday.YOUNO \en-thirty. visit at Palm Reach. They were Mesdames Hester Sapp Maggie
abassee Acreage planted Tallahassee-Two new buildings, accompanied by Miss Arneeta Og- Forsyth, Cheathem and Cohen
Mrs. Maynard of Alachua, was Special attention Is called to the
rs in western Florida both nearing completion PEOPLE: NEVANGELII4TiO gen who recently spent ten days Peele visitors
JBisumas were the guest of her daughter Mrs. question box, which will be open were to Starke last
viewed by Grovernor SKUVlCn visit with her father at Miami
about Dawe
flit increased from fifty and week.
W. B. Alexander this week, for reception of questions to be
1922 to nearly 6,000 acres Forrest Johnson on a recent trip I Beach e
I In Mrs. K. B. Watterson was trans- answered at the conference hour
Beginning 16th and contin-
e present time. This laIn through Florida In which they acting business In Jacksonvillelast ; May the last Sunday afternoon.All Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lawrenceand Plant CitY-City purchases 600
uing through May 27th there will fuel
n data supplied the Flor- were engaged in obtaining Infor- Monday.Mrs. family, and Mrs E. P. Caug- now fire hose. ,
ba held in the First Baptist churcha young people as well as old-
for the
induslrial Survey. Industrial survey, hey were entertained at dinner at
and Carllle Deupls and children series of evangelistic and educa- er ones are invited to attend these
were characterized by them as of the home of Mrs. W. II. Ogden I
Alachua were guests of Mrs. services. IJ
tional meetings designed
(llahassee-Al major material here"wonderful after become structures shrines that to which will! Deupls' aunt, Mrs. W. B. Alexan- for young people. especially "Like a Mighty Army Moves the Saturday evening, April 28. 'Wm. J. 1L1FFE '

be Industrial survey of Florida thousands and tens ot thousandswill der.Dr. The general theme of the ser- Church of God."" Let's make it a A farewell party In the form ota

Law been assembled and the each "" and Mrs. R. M. Faver and vice will be 'What is Christ's Claim reality Instead of a beautiful sen picnic was held Saturday afternoon -
move !
ft I will be submitted to Gov- year.. daughter, Miss Mary Blanch, of on Modern Youth" The present timent. on Keystone lake in honor of Expert Watch Repairing
''h' A> Martin before June 1, ComMoner Lake Geneva, were visitors here day problems ot modern youth will -S he Misses Mary and Ann Shrylock, I -

e' of Agriculture Nathan Tampa-A tour year contractfor last Thursday.Mr. be viewed In the light ot Christs' :............ ........... who will leave for the north soon.
whose supervision the carrying United States mall be- life and Those present were: Mrs. J. H. ]
fc,under Blankenship and sister Mrs.J. teachings actions.
1 has been made announced tween Tampa and Havana has S. Sterling, left last Monday for Rev Dave Taylor of Brookhaven t Keystone Heights J Mouser, Francis Cadman Mary\ .

I( been awarded to the Peninsular & their home In Merrivllle Tenn. !Miss., will lead the singingand Mia Helen Oa.>.. Coe.i Shrylock, Ellen Wiggins, Vlrglna
Occidental Steampship Company, Wiggins, Ardtth Anderson, Betty
They were accompanied by their direct the choirs. Rev. TaylorIs .*.. ... ENGRAVINGJEWELRY .I}
Postmaster Elizabeth D. Barnard NN NN ..... Sanders, Joyce Stolte, Edith Mae
father J. W. talented musician and has
7auchula-More than 6,000 Blankenship, who a a
L( |le are expected to gather here announced today. The contract will spent the winter months here. wide reputation as a gospel singer.He Keystone Heights, May 4.-A Ingraham Frederick Dodd, Albert
run from July 1, 1928 to June have fire, the cause of which is unknown Stolte, and Kenneth Church. Various -
Saturday for the Governor's Rev F. M. Taylor filled his regular will also charge of the B.
30, 1932, and provides for two broke out late games were enjoyed throughout .
' Saturday afternoonIn .
which has. been planned for appointment at the Mountloch Y. P. U. study courses and the ,
hauls weekly from Tampa to. Key the school house doing approximately : the afternoon. 'I
Aral weeks. Half a dozen gub- Baptist church last Sunday teaching of New Testament ,

Itorlal candidates; will be on West and Havana.. Miss Ada Nimmo and Mrs. H. A. courses. fifteen hundred dollars Mrs. J. II. Lawrence, Miss Helen Hull Building ':",

ct, according to chamber of Delk were visitors to Jacksonvillethis Rev. M. C. Stith will preach and damage. i Lawrence, Mrs. D. T. Reamer and

erce officials. Candidates for Clewlston Construction activity wek. conduct the Old Testament study Clouds of heavy black smoke Miss Gertrude Houser drove to

Jilted[ States senate and house during the past month Including Mr. B. Y. Saxon, who was calledto courses. which poured from beneath the Jacksonville Saturday for the day. Starke Florida

Jepresentatlves also will address buildings under construc- the bedside of his mother Mrs.S. The schedule of activities will roof and through the ventilators Mrs. E. P. Caughey Miss Ar ,

voters tion and completed showed a total A. Saxon of Pompano last week be as follows: of the building first attracted the neeta Ogden Mrs. S. A. Cooper and

e e investment of $17,000 and added has returned to his home here and Daily Schedule (Except Sunday) attention of passersby, who Quick- .two sons, Paul and Carl were en-! ]

ipproxlmately seventy new roomsto reports the condition of his mother,
Ireland.-Aa unldentlfed ne-
the community, a survey con- improved.
VBO called at the Wheeler i
ducted by the building committee J. F. Johnson M. L. Watterson
8 to is. the Peninsular Tele-
,of the town showed. Six new stores G. W. Hinson and A. A. Burden
n.building and askej for some I
and seven new apartments were
sot known at the studio also included. products will be grown here for

fitted a handbag belonging to export.
Irene Sammons when her t.
Stuart-Plans for setting out a S
k war turned after answering Chipley-The 9SO hens enteredIn
portion of 400 acres north of
{door and disappeared with $40 I the second Florida national egg-,
look. Stuart In oranges, pineapples, r
laying contest had an average pro-
grapefruit and avocado and secur- t ,
duction of 22.7 April
eggs during ,
ing a number of Canadians to care 5\ .V ...
the sixth month of this contest
'snips-Organization of
for the
plants are being made by
rlda Archaeloglcal Society to Mrs. Harriett Putnam, owner of year. This equalled a 75.6 per

act and protect archaeological the property. Should the plans cent lay. Total production for the -

Irs in the state was perfected materialize the project will mean first six months of the contest was

e i Thursday with A. M. Wade, much for Stuart and Martin coun- 101 eggs; per hen, or 611.5 per cent. I .

pa, temporary chairman. The ty in that a greater number of The 740 hens In the light breed S
$ietr will center Its activities on class gave a production of 78.3 per 4.t

preservation of relics of his- Fort Myers-Lee county high- cent for April and 58.3 per centto / .wt

Ie Interest, particularly the con- ways to be beautified. date. ,

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ti distributed by on. reliable ;.

: organization. "

Yra iIy our modern motor needs



., v R4 p .L CLEAN gasoline. SAFE oil ;


Cl het rwlxr changes have taken place crudes that make a tougher oil.

txuwreroer.r ....w1w3 GREAT, design and operation That is why it holds its body, mile

within the last few years. Greater after mile keeps the hottest me-

t .. as errer speed and higher compressions have t on spots in any motor safe from

l s t oo t ( 4r increased heat demands destructive wear.
near. engine ..put new

on gasoline and And Pan-Am gasoline is

motor oil. refined with unusual care


I 1 f c F to remove foreign matter
nnjT rtcoo.cuudjfHH Sroouo rtoca tLUJ Meet these changed conditions

1 -1-- 1 --i==1 with safe Pan-Am and carbon forming ele

houses.To and lending variety to the ex- '
SMALL HOME story This clean
OF CHARACTER further this pleasing hori- terior In the contrast of both color motor oil and clean Pan. A A ments. peso

zontal effect the windows are arranged and texture the plain wall affords line keeps your motor t'

*r R. C. Hunter and Bro., Arch- In groups, symmetrically In relation to the shingle Am gasoline.

teets, New York Ctty. placed. Most striking Is the groupof walls and roof abo..e.On cleaner. gives less car ;

The long sloping lines of the five large windows In the first good sized the second bed rooms floor and are a three bath. Pan Am oil Is bon trouble and better
[oof give this house a pleasing story that center In the living motor refined _
Closet space Is not lacking. All 'vR
haracter. and with the hood that room opposite the fireplace giving
::tends across the front, just apove .-' a most unusual wall treatment of the bed rooms have group win- from paraffin base performance. i iJ

the first story windows, a and making the room bright dows that give plenty of air and

Itrong horizontal effect! Is obtained and attractive. A flower box sunshine.
full length under this This house measures 40 feet
pat tends extends
to lower the appear-
>nee of the house and at the lame group of windows offering a across the front and: should havea Pan American Petroleum Corporation
me to Increase the apparent tempting setting for geraniums: lot with a frontage of not less I

en'th. and hanging Tines where they: than E5 feet.Complete .

This gives a front of good pro- will show to the best advantage working plans and Also distributors of KIP insecticide, .SEMDAC auto polish and SUPERLA cnJLesI I '" > II

Potions that Is not stilted and in both from within and without. specifications of this house may ; K :

o way suggestive of the four- The first story walls are of stucco be obtained for a nominal sum r'

allsndroot "box" that Is so of- on hollow tile giving a most from the building editor Refer

!a characteristic of .small two! .effective I backgroundJtor! :planting I tq..J.loule Ii-AI3.. ,.-,1" _, r ...- -.. _/ 'U .-____...... ,wr,__.. .- -7., ..' .. ,5 4


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r, PAOE Forn BRADFORD. COUNTY TELKCUM1MI. RTAUKR. FLORIDA __ ___ ... ... ... ... }'"IUD.\\ '.2 \\ n.i,
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; n of a hh fry, and at the noon hour'cheon set, winner of second, Miss the furniture "fOthl; torn to be I dolyn Laun fifteen rahs fur> i
of the con A responsive. toast-Prof. Dow- the high Mh, !ltlll!
r a regular picnic luncheon was en- Sarah Malpa, received a linen, j supplied by the
Joyed. handkerchief.Hard ference. Miss Elise Moore Is the ling.A. Added aid"
t Those thin outing I resident student secretary having toast to Mr. Dowlins-:-Joseph '
" c:: enjoying were candles were served dur- JJffhtful, punora 'n
Rev. and Mm. E. M. Rooks and ing the afternoon and following I I the spiritual oversight of the girls. Mai pas. eonsb.imakers. 11,, "
, I children: Itev. Russell)) S. Carleton several I lively progressions, the Her salary is paid by the Woman's Expression: of thanks to Mr*. and "

S i.ely 1 and family Hov. and Mrs. II. A. hostess served delicious strawberry Missionary Council. The pioneers I Bowling who supplied during the read by en, ii .,!
Tucker, Ilev. and Mrs. L. W. Kfck- short cake and ice tea. Nasturtiums of the work were honored in all illness of Miss Matthews Joseph Those
I I' Pili'"
liter !Mm. Julia S. Kimball), Ilev.n were used on plates as fa their meetings This Jubilee yearIs Mal pas. !Mr. and MI., '

Phone 29 : P Raymond and family, Mrs. vors.Those expected to be the greatest of I A toast to Mrs.\ White, sponsorof O. C. WhitMyrwin .. \. 't
". C. II. Mark and Mm. R. J. Darts, present were: MesdamesL. all. the Junior and Senior classes "
JH< i k< \
, I and children. Wyman, N. Slernberg, O. L. e---- -Nolan Canova.A
JfM>K-SiXIOIl: JJA:>Qt"KT thews. Eliza:
ST.Ut llaynes, N. D. wainwright, I). AMontleth. humorous comment on each ,.
Galney Ow >
4 u. i>. c.lI''r: : WI.uu-n.\Y; : ;:; Junior iind rtarbara Monde, Doris I K\STIHX: lIUIJTlSU: J. S. Butler. W. E. Butler member of the Senior classMurrah .i
(Carleton, Rfbeecah Beginning a, series of entertain- Maxwell. ,'I.'
4 10: M. Johns Geo. Flynn J. Hooka.
Kutch, Chandler Stlth. Jr., O f... The regular meeting of the local C. Robinson, Misses ments for the Senior's of twenty- Boyd Pearl I i ::1:1Hln80n. A
Mabel Weller
i f.Mines MadKB Middleton, Sara Haynes, Jr., Lola Johnson, Ida Chapter of the O. K. S. was heM and Sarah eight was a lovely five course banquet Impromptu speech The seriousness KmStrickland > 'I
. MalpiM and Florence Matthews entertain L.ilu; and Marjorie Davis, Knot) !Monday evening at the Masonic Malpas.. ( given Friday evening at the of Graduation.-Elmer McMillan. .1 I I. :" ,

; *1t the W. T. Weeks Chap- HayoH, Joyce and C. I). Hayes, Jr., hall. IH'SI.\KS.-J JIIIKTIXfl] OF Woman's Club by the members of srs. Joseph 1\1,1, ',.

t ,--izr, U. n C., Wednesday afternoon Robert Enoch Dlggs, Freeman After I the regular business sesame MirillODIVT. W. M, S. the Junior clans. The program ended with a rising Elmer Mi'!Mill '
',I at i ho homo of Mian Middle- Register. Dosla Hogan[ and Lewis a report was given by !Mrs. The guests assembled in the library vote of thanks to the dainty Paul Knight' :v 1t'
. ton on West Madison street. Large Smith./ Mildred Morgan Gloria Ilu- O. W. Alderman who with Mrs I Jubilee Conference and at eight o'clock wereInvited sophomore girls, Leila Den Andrews aid Cox:, Will i 'u

, ', pink (poppies. petunias and roses ford. L. )'. SmIth Jr., Comer Per- A. Anderson represented 0'1 the chief topic at the reports biisinetia vas into the spacious auditorium Clara Louise Peek, Dora I Hughes, Cliuj-i: "I''
monthly -
V apkltH\ :( to I the charm of the living ryman, Leonard Darby Peek )Doris Sturke chapter at the Grand meeting of the Methodist Missionary "I to find their places by meansof Manning ani Hazel Adkins, whoso Moore Junlm) I' 't
t rooln and sun parlor. Kruse, Virginia Anderson Ellse ter In Miami. I' 'dainty place cards at a beautifully effeclently served the courses, Rooks and ..M 11 $!'
c .. .!: i I Society which met Monday -----
Green A. J. Thomas appointed table in the shapeof '
,:, = .During the business session thepi8eldent Jr., Olin Mrs. II. ,V. Knight of Tampa, ,! afternoon.
" White, Jr., Elaine BJwards.i the letter T. A huge candelabrum .
called for reports and and Mrs. Matilda Crews of Lake
I -... Mesdames J. II. Ritch, burning white tapers centered make home
A.Veek W.1oJ'l Let us help to your attraifr (M, ,
the Historian, Mrs. R T. A. fJ.I; TJSfIThe City, were visitors at this meeting. MIddieton and Mrs A. the table while bowls of sweet 'Inti
the.Registrar, Miss Olive Ray and ---. buying enables us to give low prices and li1 ,
were delegates to the Conferenceheld
and smaller candelabra were i "
' the Mrs. I.. A. ST. MARK'S: GUILD MHKTH peas i
C. of C. Director
I with good regular monthly meeting of -- in Tallahassee gave a very Interesting alternately arranged the length of 4 piece fibre suite upholstered good .
1tiveach responded a n >"rtd(!<
= W. the Starke Parent Teachers' Association The business meeting of St. reports of the Conferenceat the table. Long sprays of Liney- : en
report of work done. Col. dollar i. was held Thursday after- Mark's Guild was held Monday afternoon this meeting. Some of the reports -, suckle were artistically entertwln- tonne, on terms, -_ --.-- S86J1
for four
Weeks tt- to-sent be added a check to the Chapter- noon. In the the high school auditorium at the rectory. After the follows: I ed between these decorations. [ 4 piece fibre suites upholstered, good y i'Hj.cre.( (

which the members After business session regular business session plans Florida Conference has 261 Aux William Duncan, as toastmaster' tonne on terms as low as .
treasury, for SBSOp ,
with the President
Mrs. M. (
vote ofthanks' 13. were made for a costume party to iliaries, 11,000 members. This presided most graciously and the )
:.'' present. gave a A.rising Weeks I Rooks In charge, Mrs. Harvey M. be given: on Tuesday, May 29th, Conference started with an incomeof following interesting program was
Mrs. R. gave
; the audience witha Furniture
. an Interesting' historical reading Snyder delighted at the Woman's Club. This affair $50.00 the first year /and the given between courses: i| Hart CompanySTARKE
,. that wsevery instructive reading on character.building. Is being highly anticipated as 49th year had an Income of $50- A word of welcome-William ,
Dr. Edwin Southern gave a splen- one of this kind has not been givenIn 000.00 making a grand total of Duncan. | FLORIDA
!j,.: The first Wednesday In June theY did address on the value of good ,
for years. twenty-eight million dollars. This A comic address concerning table
f) Chapter will hold their annual picnic literature.A .
---- year $6,000.00 has been paid to etiquette-Joseph Malpas.
[,' and business meeting at Kings- framed picture of Admiral; MRS. W. M. AV.\I\\VKHJHT Scarltt College, Nashville, Tenn., Two vocal duets-William Duncan ---------.---.-.---
ley lake, at Col.Veeks' cottage K.NTKRT.MNH:
Dewey was presented the eighth
I for a Jubilee Scholarship for Flor- and Nolan Canova.A .
r' Committee on dinner arrangements: grade for their room an! having ida young women desiring train- toast to the Seniors-Ruth
! Mrs. O L. Ucasley Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. W. Wainwright delight-
the largest percentage
; parents ing for Missionary or Deaconess Sternberg.A .
1 and Mrs. K. L. Illggs. presniit.! fully entertained the Afternoon
work. Two missionaries presentat
During the social period the The last meeting of the school Bridge Club at her home Friday. this meeting in Tallahassee were responsive toast to the Juniors -I
:. was favored by instrumental Large bowls and vases filled with -Elizabeth Andrews.
company will be held the first Thurs- .
year Florida from
girls Japan and Korea ,
',' A toast to Elmer McMillan,
music by Miss Ethel 1 Gritt day in June. petunias gladlolas ant nasturtiums -
who thrilled
the audienceswith
: fin and n group of voice members added their touch of beauty President of the Senior class-

'; :. by Mrs.. K. L.. UlRgs. The hostesses "' 1'01.1:4 N 11\II: and loveliness to the occasion. Tallies descriptions of their work. Junior McDonald.A .

\ assisted by little Miss Murla AVIIK-I.M: : : I Weeks and Mrs K. I- Hlggs, serv- I scoring the game. Tallahassee have built a Community of Junior clans-Carlyle

eJ a delectably ice course. As winner of high score, !Mrs. House On the campus of the Ritch.

Those enjoying the afternoonwere A congenial party of young Indies X. I). Wainwright received a lun- Woman's College for the use of the Piano solo-Paul Knight.A .
> Mesdames S. E. Brownlee, J. chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs I 540) girls from Methodist homes, toast to the faculty-Gwen-

M. Brownlee, R. A. Weeks, J. II. W. I.. Torpe, left Friday afternoonfor MtVO) A VISITOR .
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Bitch W. L. Wall, O. L. Beasley.If. the TIpton cottage on Kings- S I I

E.: Edwards, L. A. Davis, E. L. ley Lake, near Starke, where they Nathan Mayo, candidate for reelection I

-Biggs, E. K. Perryman, S. L. Peek, enjoyed a week-end house party. as commissioner of agri- I '

"',' O L,. Haynes, E.: S. Matthews, Members of the party included: culture, was a visitor to Starke '
Misses Amelia Ray, Olive Ray, Misses May Graves Elizabeth Saturday in the interests of his I

'J' Madge, MIddieton, Sara Malpas ShanJs, Jean fleas, Jessie Olbbs, candidacy Mr. May has given I /... .
Maud Mitchell, Ethel Orlflln and tna Taylor, Helen Gray, Margaret Florida the experience ot his twen-
Florence Matthews. ty-seven years as an active farmer I
Gertrude Johnson Eugenia
I, VIbbert and Teddy Tlpton. I before taking office and during his NOTICEYou Lawtey, Fla., April 18:! 132

mrJ'UH\TfoM: : Tilnti) Gainesville Evening News. administration has succeeded in Jos J. Seykora Electric Co.,

11IKTIII\ .. _. solving many problems that prevented -
--- Gainesville Fla.
WOM.tN'4: C'LUIl TO ntKHHNT: : economic production and can pay your Poll Tax and Register ,

Little Sara Elizabeth Tlarefoot TIIK (mi\T: M'lICTACL'LAIl: efficient marketing. with me up to and including May 19th.'Af- Dear Mr. SeykoraIn :-
,ii,, celebrated her thlr.1 birthday anniversary IMtAMA -- .
?. Saturday afternoon from MOORS A CANDIIXVTK ter May 19th you cannot register to vote in answer to your inquiry in regards '" I'II, 20

:' four to five-thirty at the home of Michael Strogoff will be June. Be sure that: you and neighbor gallon I doing .
vre-I your. pump, find that the pump is all >!i.u: tb!,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs P. M. sented at the school James T. Moore of Lawtey, an- are qualified- .
salesman recommended it to do and is rfer
Jinrcfoot. Friday night, May 18. This production I nounces in this Issue for school : gin" i

'' Spring blossoms of popples, will be the story of the board from District 1. !Mr. Moore I satisfaction, and if I couldn't get another ont' ni't liks f

'larkspur and nasturtiums were Tartar Invasion of 1875-77, when will oppose Mr. L. W. Klckllter, I ,i IF IN 1)0UliT SEE ME it, I wouldn't take a thousand dollars for it.
used In decorating the lower floor Czar Nicholas II was Emperor of who seeks re-election as a member .
of this home. Tbq little hostess Russia. It will be produced under of the board. Yours very truly,

received her guests and took them the personal direction of Mr. Edwin : E. W.HAYES LAWTEY DRUG COMPANY:\
j' Mrs. Harold C Wall and !Mrs !
out on the lawn where games and Southers, with an Immense ,
i, stories were enjoyed by the little cast of over thirty speaking char- J. M. Edwards were visitors to \ : There is a Delco Light Pump to meet your requiremeiili.

\ tots. In the center of the dining acters, selected from the local Jacksonville Wednesday I II I I I Write, Wire or Phone for demonstration right at YOU!
table was placed the birthday cakeon dramatic talent of Starke. Dr. and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae I home-no obligations to buy.
which were placed three tiny Mrs. Southers have also promised
and children, Mrs M. J. McRae I
blue canJIes. to appear In prominent parts In IJ. II. DELISARIO
Refreshments of Ice cream andcake the play. It will be presented with and Miss Thelma Underhill left
Delco Sales
Light Manager
.. was served and rosebud lolly all its proper scenery and equip Monday for Frostproof where they I n _
popg were given as favors. Many ment. Watch for handbills containing will visit relatives. .
lovely gifts were received by the detailed cast of players, date --- J. J. SEYKORA ELECTRIC CO.

, .little honoree. Mrs Barefoot was of presentation, together with complete -
: g- -l 232 E. Main St. Gainesville
> insisted In entertaining and servIpg information and synopsis I
\ by her daughter, Miss! Inez Ab- .

drnathy, Mrs. M. C. Stith, Miss 311N15TIIt4: "WSJ _,_J- '
itllltan Barefoot, f.I\1'\h! hope AT, KIMJSLKV:
'''r ftaynes and Louise Marcotte. c.o-- rWHY motorists

0' Those Invited to be present oil 'Tha annual picnic given for the

, this occasion were: Jficiiuelyn and ministers of the town ant their
J. W. Andrews, 3rd, Mary HarrIet families was given Saturday at

and HarolJ Bishop Elizabeth Klngsley Lake at the Davla cot \ .

Hundley, Jimmy Nelson Klckllter, tage. This affair.-win- In the nature prefer


; A Dollar Bill

l_ )

A Little Initiative They have found from experience G

that CROWN starts better becauseit

And A Reliable Bank is fast-firing; pulls hills better DR. GEO. E. LYONS

.(" because. of its added power gives

longer mileage because it burns up Optometrist and Optician c.

is the combination responsible for numerousA completely. In short-a better "all-. Jacksonville, Fla. will befoun

f fij growing fortunes round"gasoline.. in his office every Saturda

' 5 H It takes so little to start a sayings account. See .

Use CROWN regularly. You too, over Butler's Pharmacy.

" : us about one today. It will be the turning point

1:1 in fortunes.BANK will notice the improved operationof Should you need his ser

,:t .

( your motor. / vices or anything in his lirl

,J.: -
Every tlm ,.oubUY a gallon ofgatollnn "1roupaySWCptrgallon

.JI' [ Florida Slalf and Intprction Tax I he will appreciate it if you\#'

.,1' .

/: OF STARKEA gi veliinr: acalL Examination f

eyes fitted i

: E. S. Matthews* Pres.. R. J. Davis, Cashier INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY freeglasses

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I. they should be. I thank youI -

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, IluaedMi" ,' .. lilli'' lBits i I spent Sunday afternoon with ; I the Invitation I and marched from- -- /""_ __ - -- =-
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I "- _
I LangfordVant their camp ball into the church ;
about In number. : .
I flfty Rev. K. '
of to cure that tobacco M. Rooks, the pastor preached on

it ? Try Superba Tobacco "The Fraternity." The c(>nt Money back guarantee at tlon seemed delighted! to eve this Friday Saturday

) '1 Or fJrl 1.1 Specialty! Sales Room. large body of men out and It was/ ; :

v j ..TI()( ---- a delightful occasion all around. I

"..)canncerning J.. .J t7 ",J.' I Julian Canova, who has
/ tending the Macon School of !Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and little :, 'I IJIi --L1 _....

(' Our People Business and I here macy,and!Macon Is again, Ga.,connected has daughter Freddie of Baldwin were 1 j Sunset Gold Butter In Per Pound
Progress of the County and Town Curpeuttig's Drug Store. A.visiting H. Green her parents the first, Mr.of the an'J week.Mrs. I,! [ Quarters I II

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!Mrs A. Archambiuildt who . ; .
nINNI11AlIININqINSINMw."''''' ''!'!!! ', aWN11rA.' IAInIANaOAIrAMlaappltlraYeYWaMelaaNaMIINNIaA!! .. .
IIaYr been
U 11 Kit: IIKPOIIT o Mrs. Jttnlus M. Smith of Waldo MIB.MH here spending at the home the past ot her two <*> : Mission Brand Best Food Bread Conqueror Brand II

FIll' for week ending I was a visitor to Starke Wednesday George Marcotte! left \\' Church Services j

Southern Forest morning. I II day for her home In New Tomatoes Large & Butter Pickles Okra Tomatoes :
l |
Starke I
Station, .
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: ,
<$> 4'd' <$> ? so $ <$> $ +
I L. II. Partridge of Lake City, / 1
Min. I're'lp. a. former resident of Starke, was Hampers and Corn cratos. MHTHOmST) \ 2for25c 25c No. 2can 17c Jj
13 55 .00 a business visitor to Starke Mon Klckllter. I

111 58 .00 day. / (Enoch Marvin Rooks Pastor) i I j ---.r---' -'n-'u----V''o' '__ _.._-
81 58 .00 Sunday school Sunday morning i i I Jl'I
Sunday's Times-Union (' at 10:00: o'clock, I.. A. Davis, I
8. 59 0.70 A. F. Marcotte left last week for a photograph of Merrill IRISH POTATOESFIRmJARGG.IOPounds

:10 56, 0.09 Palm Beach after enjoying a visit I are!! 13, and !Mack Sistrunk supt. !
63 52 .00 here with his son George A. 'I months, who are the Worship at ll:0ti: i a. m This''
\far-I' ---- ----- _____,._
68 46 .00 cotte. sons of Mr. and MrN. Charles U!: Mothers' Day and the subjectof m -" --- __ __ ....

I Whttten. of Ilalford, Ninety Futch. Throne.the sermon" We Invlto will ho all"A to Mother's attend. ]I NUCOA PIMENTOS No. 2
I Day and Bunch Velvet I Stokley's
I ro Starke Saturday. Beans J. F. Klckllter.Col. We The high school commencement i
are associate.) I Oleo-I I I
sermon being preached Sunday

gbu. >umg.!mesa In of Starke Maxvllle Friday., was Walnwrlght. }oJ. M. Johns attended, W. M.the and ball'Joe and dustry Research wholesome promoting Council Ice the Ice use cream Cream of night Rev. K.at S.the Carleton school auditorium of St. Mark's by!,I'j' : margarine Large can ]14c|Cut[ Beets 15c

Episcopal church, no service will ..
game In Jacksonville Friday afternoon health. Poliinetlla Ice Cream -- -"- ". -
be held in our church at night ut'
Green Cove
n Alvarez of at Butler's Pharmacy. Phone
e pent l nomefolks.the week-end in all are urged services.to attend the commencement SUGAR BEST GRANULATED Cane 10 Pounds 63c

i with Miss Natalie Marclnnoy of We are associated ,

Hampton spent Friday In Starke Research( Council Ice Cream Junior at 2:30 League Sunday afternoon -' to.. ____ _,. __ ___
o'clock. Miss Fred-
I and Mrs. H. T. Osteen of the guest of !Mr.\ and Mrs. W. It. dustry promoting the use of
t were among the visitors Hart. and wholesome lea cream rlka Struth, supt.
kl Mon-Jay. health. I'olnsettla Ice Cream The board of stewards will meet Blue Ridge Flour Self Rising! Smoked Bacon

at Butler's Pharmacy Phone Sunday afternoon at 3:00: o'clockat

a 11111 Williams of Lake Mrs. Jack Mtirden of Savannah, Buy Easter Lilies Wood's. the church. A full attendance Is No. 1 Corn White Cross I AlIll size Cllt
""II I a visitor to Starke Georgia, Is spending the week In earnestly requested.HAPTIST. | |
Starke with her parents, Mr. and
Buy Raster Lilies at Wood's.Mcscliimes

Mrs. J. 11. Alvarez.Mr. W. B. !Mundy, : 3 for 25c 6 Pounds for 35c Per Pound 23c

e. \'in See are E.registered W. Hayes Mayo and Mrs. John Uglow and Tl. Supp, Della Ilagnn and Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. F.Klckllter Iw----........ --'__ L h_ -__--- __..., --..,.,..
4 daughter Miss Carrie, spent Sun- Hannah Swindell spent ".-cdne supt.Vorship .
I day In JackHonvllle with Mr. and shopping In Jacksonville.Evel'u \ at 11 a. m.

p' In, iiilea.mi radio lloom.; repairing All work: to'' Mrs. H. L. McDowell.For Stump Is sepndlng This Sunday la generally observed BEST GRADE SALT BACON, Per Pound17c

as "Mother's Dolnd
U (ir health eat Poinsettia Ice eral] days this week at address!: will be given an appropriate by- -.c... _... .-.u---. '1niII II.III': ."... __ ..... ,...__...... !

and Cecil Roberts oftinder Cream sold at Butler's Pharmacy. Lake the guest of Beverly the pastor and the congregation )I \ Kraft' Chocolate
II' will be presented with a (lower at i 31\11. t
[! were visiting friends I !Mrs. Homer It. Llmbaugh of cas MALTED MILK
II. L. i the
Hough prominent navalstpres to wear In honor of mother. -
,rkl Friday. operator, of the Drooker State Farm, was shopping I FRNCYRICE3Packaes27c I I pound Can Sic
Starke Wednesday morning. 5
section wan attending to business No meeting In evening as all will C One ,>-oz. Jar FREE
\\ B Middleton was a pro- In Starke Monday.Dr. .
attend the high school service atj I I'
i, "isltor to Jacksonville! !Mesdames J. A. Saul W ...." .
8:00: p. m.Special --- --- ----'..._... _0.- _-AI
I und Mrs ''''. E. Mlddleton Parks and J. C. Hoover were I
evangelistic will
have as their guest this week Dr.Mlddletou's itors to Waldo Tuesday services :
begin Wednesday night! at 7:30: : VAN-CA61P'STUNA :; { 20c
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1: I Middleton and Joseph niece Mrs. T. II. How p. m. See notices! el.wwhere. 1" I
In Tallahas- ard of Eau Gullle. Flowers for sale. Mrs P. .
L Inept' Sunday Barefoot Lorenzo----- -- j! JJU'-..=...-.....,.. ..._....,-- ,.... /Ooq-' _..--IU IICi'... ...__
-- -T Pratt Ovlatt. organist of ,
o' Mrs L. A. Meade an-J Mr. and !Mrs. Dale Vanslckel, of the Memorial Presbyterian church
with rela- Gainesville, were week-end guests !Mrs C. L. Thornton of of ''
n peal Sunday St. Augustine, will render a pro
i 'nlnesvllle. of Mrs. Van lckel's parents Sheriff Alabama, Mrs. J. G. Gruber gram ot the Memorial Chapel at i I
I and Mrs.V.. J. Epperson. !Mrs. C. A. Williams and Penney Farms Sunday afternoon, I' Ivc SThPE
Sln- Charlene of Alma Ga., and I'dock.I I'
L Peek and son, May 13th ut three-thirty
Ruth Guest and Grace Wood spent I villa, were week-end guests; of people will attend this recital.
Wednesday shopping In Jackson- and !Mrs. J. A. Saul. I

|,iricl.t and Spanish Peanuts. J. ville. M rs-: E. Jl. Johns; and daughter

:..ckiiter. !May 19th last day you can ted'I Gloria are visiting Mrs L. K. Jor-.

Mesdames W. E. and J. S. But- poll tax and register. See E. dan at Oviedo, thin week 1

s Q 11. Bennett spent the loi J. C. Hoover and H. S. Carle- Hayes.Mr. ._ '_--- .
I INnllt"e -- -- --
end in Jacksonville the guest ton were visitors to Jacksonville
Hampton fI"plt.--do MIITIN;; ; OI'TIII: CIIIJ.l lmS: ilarm for
and Mrs. J. M. Davis IB | our unntiul picnic will be
Si'" and Mrs. D. Boree. Wednesday. horeliy given that at Lucy I'i'evttttdo,
have spent the past fire meeting of the board' nf county: com- A. II Shuw- -<1o. 01" e 'U\IDiit.1CY: : made on thin occasion
nilnKloMpru In and, for llrudroril oounty A. ./. Snwrlihead.C .
B>.1 1 and Mrs A. S. Crews spent Misses Dorothy anj Suslette Starke where Mr. Davis was held. on Wttilne. mlny. the ell day. 1'. Shlruh-Moved out of (county history questions for study:
week-end in Madison with Bishop of Cedar Key: Is spending employee of the Bradford I of May. A. L>. las: the follnwliiK \V. II. Hhnw--dnI The Ito by Davis Memorial Chapter
J named persona were ordered utrlcken I>. ThonnlH-Dead. 1. Name the Florida Confederate -
IJ and Mrs. James R. Kelley. several days in Starke the guests Telegraph, left Wednesday I from the reKlMlrnllon brink of said. I !l.FJ Tliunm*-Moved out of coun of the Children of Confederacy Memorial dayH
Carle- Ocean Park, California. They [ county for the reunon not opposite
Russell S.
of Rev. and motor and I each name. JYTrnnann ThomaH-dead.f. will hold their regular business !- 2. Who founded (Charleston H.
lases' Doris and Lorene Tillls ton. making the trip by | further pour. IH given Unit the 1"'. WIlHIIII-llO. and historical meeting at the C? Who named It and why?
hoard of rommlHHluneiM will
poet to arrive In Ocean county T. L WIIII.-Mnv..d nut of county
Uldo, spent Monday In Starke he In Henxlnn on Wednettduy. May le. Jamie W Wood..-.. of Havana about ten days. lets at 1(1( o'tlm-k ,
friends Dr. Bruce Lockwoal a. m. to restore '
afternoon. 12th the of the :
such names n" have been .rr".mu"- ----- May at history Confederacy
Cuba, has been spending several For health eat Poinsettia ly ,mrKtken from the Raid books. IMI'TIST W. M. H. 7>!KKT1M3M: : 3'30: o'clock. Mlssos Florence and 4. What distinguished mm,
rand Mrs J. V. Jones of days in Starke with her father I Cream sold at Butler's Chnlrmtti U H. ,IIILU U..,...dATTKJST. Margaret. 1 Finder will bo the hontesHos HlatOMiiian, writers, musicians >Ir
npton. were visitors to Starke Dr. H. A. Tucker. Dr. Lockwoodwas ; Pnuiity( (Ji>minlni>li>uer* Circle No. One with Mrs. J. M. for the afternoon. All members artists wore born here?
Indiana for visit Cl. W. Ar.DKIt.MAN,
Jluesdayin enroute to a Mr.\ and Mrs. It. !M. Snyder Clerk. Brownlee BM leader, met on Monday are urged to be present ns Mrs. L A. Davis, Dlrectr i ii I.
IMnlrleto.. I. haste
and children spending this week in .Ja'k J. A. Allen Moved of count afternoon at three-thirty at ; ,,, , ,,,,,, ,,, ,,, ,
doubt as to whetheran Mr. and !Mrs. Ilolibs out lr l lla i';;;;;"ritiijjjiiiiiliitiiiHutiriii;' | '''; i in"Minim,, ,,"'imwi'm'" ,mitt,, 4lIlilllllllllllllAUIIINNIIIryIIIIIIIINIIIIpIIU/IIIIIIIIN1[ i, "i, ,,, / '"lblllllIII, nuimtfliNimitiiifUaiiiiwib.,, "
ville, where they are attending (i. WnlHli (lrl'.II.dn.J. the home of !Mm Jamos Shepard. I
vote In June, See E. W. Helen and Horton and Mr. W. Clank Inn Dead. ,
the loii.ler unable to
and Mrs. J. C. Ward of Alachua. Funeral Directors and J. Ji. On..kl.M..v..1. out of county Although ; was
0'" ers Convention in- session- at- .J.J.J. W. McLeotl-do.!Alarm Jr.-do be present at this> meeting: the Why Experiment? Ij|

George Washington Hotel. lames' L.. j''I'.I"r-O".I. regular devotional and business
-- A. J. Itowa-!Moved out of county. meeting was carried out. Special. j
l.c-nvy Starling! -do.
Mrs. A. Hartman and 1'II"b. Wdkersun-r1)s"d.I prayer services were held. Vote for II. H. WUJGINS; whose record in financing
who have been spending l)l..lrl.-t. '10... S. 'Nlnrkr. Several members were prevent.
weeks with Mrs. Hartman's county.Hom.IIIII..ulllIIuv..d. out of at this meeting, and school Administration cannot be questioned. Read

er, Mrs. Stern, left last Friday addle Henry A.!.>. Hr l.yal-d."nnlnff -do. Circle No. Two with Mrs. O. P. statement below
transacting business In Albert A. Llyaldo.I.uclue .
Raymond ns leader met at the
I... Gelgrrdu.Uid I 1
Friday. tlreen-ilo. "" home of Mrs. J. II. Hundley ut I
Kmery K. IIILrll.-do. three-thirty Monday afternoon.' InilehleilneH heulnnlnflr ..f my term of f1lee Jnn. I, IflSlfl '119._." '
Lilies at Wood's.Mrs. Lee l\I..rll'.n-1.J..4. '
Buy U. M. lIa.--do. Following the business meeting Indrhtrdnr.a llrtober I, IIKII.: when nlon county divided fj$.IOO.OIt
J. N. NewmllnlJdo.A.ueu.t j
B. W Knight of ... Stern-do. special l prayer service were held. f Union ruunlr look ttrluhrr I, IIKIt: ____ _-_____ __ aIU".oe"!
l. rtwindterdo.George At the close of the meeting :Mrs.
has Joined her husband here Thoma* do.C. l.rntlnw llrniiroril Orlober I, lirjl: '. .. _____ "T._.**
14. L"ummil-eloved; out of Hundley served her guests with '
the Seaboard y
U an employee of county. ice cream and fancy cakes. J Inilrbleilne nw. .__._ ______________ inOMMM> |
the Wannee branch. They are Allen trn.I..hlll-do. \
cated at the home of Mr. and John Ileber M.Und Unll..rbill-do.- rhlll-
George A. Marcotte.Chufas Kate Vnd..rhllt-do. ,were. present at this meeting. i No standing IndebtndneNH. hurt' been Inrufred during my admln.I. j>
i John H. William*-do. Circle No. three with Mrs. Ep- I...'rallnn.I {
Anvil A. W""wr..h..do.III.hl..t Number nf 8 months term nf nthnnlii has been Increased from |
and Field Peas. J, :>o. a, Mtnrke.Rufim person as leader was entertained I on. to eight: 'II J
< Klckllter. county. H. Adame-Moved out of at the home of the leader at thr.ee-: I have oruarilaed Hti eltlrlent and economical transportation iy*< I;

o ". Orinin--do.Mr thirty! Monday afternoon. ,. tern.The" county. hud no accredited high school when' II cams Into of. '
Miss Hannah Swindell and James*. M.\ 1-Itllon-do... Carrie-do. After the devotional meutliig Heel{ now It bon one M: ..nlor mid one Junior with other Junior. In. t
( the miiklnw |
411 a1 er, Mrs. Louisa Swindell, A J. roll'Kinney-P.ad. prayer services were held In behalf I have orccanlxed tho work mi that nearly every clillJ: In the
llol rt -do.
Wiley un .
Della Hagan and Thelma Aaron t). Mtrii do. of the revival meeting. Several -. ,i county has access to high ..<:hnol. j[
,, hIN
r, f spent the week-end In James It. Yutew - suppose I it
:II.a, ClrnklimW. an do even better nest terms'
ville with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Missionary chest this circle. Is ..
.1. JonuM-JJea.4. Experience count In private liu lneH ; why not In publla offica't;
gett. \ Rufus Jonee-.. Moved out of county sponsoring Right members were I rl

Li. c.l>U Hrnltll<..I..tn.-" do.. a. Hampton present at this meetlnir. Irl_...arIMIIYIIIAIIAIIIaNItelll'II''' ''''' '','III'''I''IIDIpIIlpllIIIIIIINIIIIIpl'IIIIUmIIIt'''''['''''I,'''''''''''''''''''' ., !'Ill'''III/Itllrl.11111bN''/I ''''' "' IflI, "M I,, ___'_ I ilVlSTARKE __..1
__ __ "" -"'-- '
Messrs. E: J. Ward, M. P. K. K. Andrew.Dead.b'annl. c------:::: -T---T------ J-- -- 1
The Farmer Who Is Wise theny, A. B. Surrency.O. W. county.J. .. Andraire-Moved out of'

E. M. Hazen.. Mallle Surrency )t. Croft--do.
V. ItU Il. R. A. Weeks, T. B. A. A. Futch- -Considers his bank a friend to be trusted. holster and L. U. Galnay of \V.Martha H. Futch jo'ul..hdoJ"fr. -do

-Knows that his bank is eager to help him in er were business visitors to .*.C.Klliabeth= Hunt-do.Hod .._Dead. OCR 1SoN1 osNf
Monday. David Jonelo, M yBE 1 '
S. II. Price--Moved out of county 0 / f'IE r wNiY21
every way possible. Herbert II. He.. Je -do.Juniriv SNOuLaN r
Hastings Prolific, Cubano H. T,my--do, v g DONE Alrv'T 1
-Comes to his bank for advice. and Mexican June Corn. J. Arthur Wll"on-<.dO.Ul.trlel I IG-I RErtT N
:'\0... ". New IllverP. \ / 'THAT T
Klckllter. : iJ. A 111..1.1. 'Yl,. M, llrookrr.St. / ) 1\ \ No ,
Clients V. J\ndr."vJlfoved out of eounty. e
Special Attention Paid to Farmer !Mrs. J. E2: Maine spent a .
Starke Saturday ( M. Anrlre..ltdo.Ir" .
time in
H. V. trew.-do

Our years of experience in handling agricultural I Sheriff enroute and to her Mrs.home W. in J. Lake J.Eugene 11.;. Brown-Dead.Uryan- Moved out ofcounty. ( F r r otUG 5TCR

!\ financial problems put us in a position to ler, after spending the past Henry C. Brannlnv-do.U (
Miami, where she M. U..laIo.Mr. .
serve you satisfactorily. *. Rhoda Brown-do.
ed the Grand Chapter ot the 0. e. He v 11-do.
i'' of Eastern Star and the / John Ardell C.Croby Cone-Dead-do. '' {r ,a

Convention. I.. A. Cnuk-Alov. out of county
4- Clyde Colpnn--da. j of
I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK Arizona 1'olnon t-
Flowers for sale. Mrs. P. J. K. Oroover---Dead do.. Mavis Talcum. ____ 20c Djer Kiss Talc 60c. & 25c. Corpening's Drug Store .
Barefoot, '+' tt. C. Oroover-Moved out of coun- I. .,

I Bradford County's Financial Stronghold tyh. :J. '0. O..e.n-.l., Mavis Face Powder 4Sc Djer Kiss Face I'iiw.50c "The- Service- Store"
= ,
The Starke Camp ot the W N.. ft..JohnM..d. Maye i-D.ad.IT. out of county..

STARKE FLORIDA men of the World were Invitee Otis A. Jonee-do. J ov' Me Powder 60c Melba Face Powder 45e Starke Fla.
M. A. K.lI.IQ.H. ,
UM pastor otth* MeUuxUst U. LyniI .-..... ti
to attend the morning .e"lee >. M.If. W.lpb.--
body. They _ft K. MIU-'ow
Sunday In C. M. Malpnure-tfo
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--- --.-- -------- -- ----- -- ------ ----- --------- !: AVCR'S; COURTLacy Jack Briggs and 0 E. Webb. 1\ms U.sXIl
-- ,
I Wit
State Institutions Can Friends of F. F. Nolan will regret 17E111
bond to learn of the death of his -
$5 ,
; Conway, speeding; The body of Mrh

: Farmers & Farming Render Much Help If We forfeited.Kinney Kite, disorderly; $b occurred mother, Mrs.Sunday Mary afternoon Nolan, at which her head Saturday, 2., of afterm RHiirrt,,,,", t uhon.

bond forfeited home eight miles west of here.J. pitar after an <, II a III!:'
, Them Jerry Parks, disorderly; $16 and A. Thomas of Waycross, Ga., forwarded ux >aa, lellll
Give OpportunityThe at 1 in
(By Agricultural Editor:: ) here Jr '
visited friends Sunday.
costs and 10 days. Parks given day morning to knltnPoC, *(*
-- -- additional 16 days in lieu of fine. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and C. M. funeral servjonK fci.
-- I tives. Leo Wiggins, speeding; $5 bond Grids were visitors to Starke Saturday 2 o'clock win take..
other day I took a trip to thai ,If, .
Are Invited to Contribute Articles ? on';
Truckers -
Farmers and Chesley Fogg was here Wednes- .
Gainesville, and while out at the residence of of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo University called on my friend, the day attending to business Oliver Tlson, speeding; $6 bond D. H. Shaw and C. M. and E. J. Rev. E. William"r. ? k oh
Mr. H. P. Gainey and Curtis forfeited. Manning were visitors to Lawtey Christian PII8U1I l< ,
of the State Plant
He Best Suited to Our Country entomologist churrt, ""f,
Board. lie told me something Melvin were visitors to Jackson- Jeff Lee, transporting liquor; Friday. officiate Intern,.,,, 'ft
--- - which I have been thinking abouta ville Wednesday.The $47.50 and costs. Mrs H. C. Wlmberly. Mrs. Ole- family; lot in the \ It
Brooker ball team visited motorcar eta Cribble, Misses Beth Wimberly SWllt flax
H. H. Evans, operating
, -- - lot since I came home, so I am i etery under dir?
Lake Butler Saturday afternoonand while intoxicated; $GO bond and Ethel Ricks and Mrs. N. T. sholes "IIOb 01 II-
to on. Funeral
going I
pass 1
; CROPS SET BACK BY He showed me a letter writtento 97. won again by the same score forfeited. Sunday.Green visited relatives at Baldwin Union. PUIOI'I_,'

him by a citizen of this state. I WALDO CITIZEN DIES Mrs. J. W. Griffls and C. M. Grif- -
Mrs Sutton and daughter of
i HEAVY RAIN STORMS The man, was thanking him for a -
fis were business visitors to Starke ---=
I St. Petersburg are here visiting
little service which the doctor had
Henry W. Harvey, 65, prominent Monday.Mrs. PAINTER'SSimon
friends and relatives.
rendered for him. Then the writer citizen of Waldo, died at the
Geo. E. Wilkinson and J.
,. SAY COUNTY AGENTS I went on to say that he had beenin Mrs. T. P. Ward and children Alachua County Hospital Friday Wilkinson made a business trip to
and bad Rosalee and T. P. and Mr. Oriel
this state for 21 years nlgbt at 10 o'clock following a Starke Monday.Mr. Pure
, never known before that it was Fowler, were visitors to Hampton CUi'll
months Illness.
Crop Are lining: ; riownl Up and turned over to peanuts and feed possible to get such assistance. Monday morning. several and Mrs. N. T. Green spent and
It< >lnntr<1 In Many Parts of He is survived by a son, Tom Sunday here with relatives.W. .
i crops. which' the Claude and Ralph
Wmt Florida. The particular help Mr. Crosby n. M. Harvey, and two daughters. E. Converse was a visitor Gem Farm CropFERTILIZER
Mr. Scott estimates that the wa- man received was the identificationof Hazen were visitors to Starke to Mrs. Oliver Bryan and Mrs Oscar to Lawtey Saturday.
termelon crop was cut about 25 a scale which bad given him the show Saturday night. all of Waldo and brother I '
Crops are being plowed up and Estes, ; one 0. H. Barker of Jacksonville, wasa
replanted 'In many West Florida percent, and corn possibly 20 per- some trouble. However, the specIfic The Brooker ball team lost to Joe Harvey of Macon, Ga. visitor here Saturday" ; R1;
counties following the floods of cent of the crop. Since only a service does not make any dif Starke Saturday by the score of I Funeral services were held Sun- Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss

last week say county agents of the part of the peanut crop was planted ference. The point I am trying to I 7-4. day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Ethel Ricks were shopping In
make Is that this citizen had lived meeting at the Un Are
agricultural extension service. the damage will not be so was a Santa Fe cemetery, near Hampton. Jacksonville Tuesday.
here 21 without finding out ion church last Sunday and I
lit Baker county the crops are great. years ; DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home of "TIME TRIED AND
retarded at least 30 days, says R. Farm work was practically stop- the help he could get merely for those attending from here were: Gainesville bad charge of all ar Melbourne Western Union TKSTED" a
:?. Ward. Most of the farmers will ped in Okaloosa county after the the asking. I wonder how many Mr and Mrs. G. W. Hazen Mr. rangements. Telegraph Company here enlarges
other farmers are In the same con- and Mrs. E. M. Hazen, Mrs. IIOainey. .
replant as soon as the ground Is rains. County Agent R. J. Hart Sunday telegraph service. Our

dry enough, be states. says that his farmers will startIn dition ; Mr J. J. Morgan and Misses and- ....................C > Walton county fair to be held In ledged Brands Standard are the Ash!,
Nearly all of the cotton in Santa reclamation as soon as the soilIs Our state spends a lot of money Pearl and Gainey DeFunlak Springs this fall. by I!
Iloiia county is being replanted, dry enough. trying to help its farmers, for it Master Everett Gainey.Mr. J HIGHLAND Crystal; River-Atlantic Coast Judged Growers all of Florida a

liiporU J. G. IIuJHon' county In Holmes county the damage recognizes the fact that Its greatest Lewis demons and Mrs Ml.. M. H. R....... Cor. Line station grounds here beauti nearly fertlllwr s
agents. The stand of corn 'la very was acute. Miss Bettle Caudle, wealth lies in the soil. Yet If we Ollie Thomas and Orval Mae and fied. forty years
home demonstration agent the maintained Evelyn Mae demons of Wateroakwere .4..................0.s. "Giving all we can for 4
food; but IB In need of cultivation, reports do not use agencies
which has been delayed on account that she spent several days help- by the state for our benefit they visitors here Sunday. Chas. Wlnkinson of Green Cove we get Instead of geit ,
IT'S YOUR LIVER we can for what J
farmers to additional much to Even wo
of continued rain. ing secure cannot 'do help us.
COTTAGE PRAYER MEETINGS Springs visited relatives here Fri When you are bilious, constipated Is the policy of
Very little farm work has been seed and fertilizer Many people the county agent comes around hendachcy or dizzy, correct this condition
done In Liberty county for the past were without food or shelter and more when I keep worrying him. day.Among by the use of Lanes Pills. One TilE E.
Prior to the Revival meeting, the business visitors here Pill nt night will give relief. 0. PALNTBFERTILIZER
two weeks A, W. she aided the Red Cross workersIn
according to The Experiment Station the Ag- last week from Jacksonville, in- MlrtllULL.'S DRUG N'roRELANE'S
Turner. In most there Is locating and caring for these.In which will begin on Wednesday, Cd
places a ricultural Extension Division; and
HnJed, C. G. Starr, Jack Clonlgle,
the Baptist
16th, at
fair stand, and the bet- two days Miss Caudle found May PILLS JACKSONVILLE
crops the State Plant Board can give us James FU
hold- Wyndham, W. D. Reynolds,
ter than one would expect after food and homes for 200 of, the a lot of help if we ask.them. Oth- the ladies of the church are --
the rains, says Mr. Turner. refugees from Caryvllle. erwise we may remain in the midstof Ing Cottage prayer meetings. The -
Practically all crops in Jackson Watermelons as far south as these people all our lives and be first of these meetings was held
county were badly hurt by the Lake County were hurt badly by like the man who had never heard Tuesday afternoon at the pastor-Fri-
rains, declares E. P. Scott. Cot- wind and rain. County Agent C. R. of them. These folks are glad to lum with a good attendance.
ten suffered most. Very little will Hiatt believes that the melon crop help us let's use them. day afternoon at tour o'clock the
; will be
be planted over oa account of will be at least two weeks late, as I second of these meetings
prospects of boll weevil Injury. many of the young melons were held at the home of Mrs. P. M
much of the cotton acreage will be shed from the vines ........................ Barefoot with Mrs E. D. Card as
leader. All ladles of the town who

I BROOKE i are interested whether Baptist or
PROPER FEEDING MOST aftac ..... -,..... C., not, are Invited' to attend these Protect YourInvestment

t..........4...........: services.

IMPORTANT FACTOR INt Brooker May '.-Mrs. Olga Many citrus r e growers of Lee

Preva.lt' of Georgia spent the week county are planning to plant Crotalaria -

RAISING DAIRY CALVES end here with her mother, Mrs. as a summer cover' crop for

Sally Mott. the first time, according to County

I Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Conerly of Agent W. P. Hayman.
increased ter cover crop In October or No- Okeechobee spent the weekendhere .
Gainesville. Fla.-Due to the Because of the damage by the
number of dairy calves being vember. with friends and relatives.Mr. floods during the latter part of
raised in the state at present, a One of the older summer cover' GUY Norman and Owen Car- April most of the cotton plantedin
list of suggestions oa the care and crops 'is velvet beans. Cowpeas ter of Heilbronn Springs spent Jackson county is being plowedup
feeding of calves has been prepared are not used because this plant Is Sunday evening here with friends. and the land is being planted in
by A 1*. Spencer vice directorof a host of the Southern green stink Misses Stellamae and Florence peanuts and corn.
the agricultural extension di- bug which punctures the nut and Ward, who have been spendingsome .
vision. causes kernel spot. In recent time (in Jacksonville with in Your
relatives have returned home. Haatlnga- Experimental
Cleanliness and proper feedingare years Crotalarla has made excel-
here last Sep-
ing of
the most Important points to lent showings as a cover crop. Its ,; L. U. Oainey, S. M. Mott, A. tember resulted in shipment of 14
consider, according to Mr. Spencer. ability to grow well on sandy soils B. Crosby were business visitors to and February.
carloads in January
Many of the disturbances of the makes It especially valuable. Soyh Jacksonville Monday.
digestive system In young calve 'ans are also grown in many sections Among those attending the Un (yiiiittiiiwniiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii''' '' I \ '

are caused by unclean pens and< of West Florida. ion meeting at China Grove from LAND: llnIllUlIIUUIIIIWIIUII\IW'1

For here were: Mrs. T. P. Ward and
food.Whole various reasons many growers -
milk is the ideal food for prefer to plant a cash crop in children Rosalee and T. P., Mr SURVEYINGSubdividing I Model T FordTHE
calves but it is too expensive. It the pecan orchard during the summer and Mrs. L. A. Brown and .on, ,

has been found by years of experience -! This practice will not dam- Artford Mr, Truby Plnholster, Drain-
that skim milk makes a good age the trees while they are small Miss Lubedla Plnholster and Mes ,
substitute. For the first 10 days provided the rows do not come too srs. II. B. Crosby, Buddie RUBS age Systems
whole milk should be fed, say close to the ;young trees. At least and D. M. Thomas.Mr. .
Mr Spencer Then skim milk may six feet should be left for ;young and Mrs. Dock Andrews Accurate WorkH.

be gradually substituted until at trees and the space should be wid- who have been here for several E. Lagergren Ford Motor Company _is making a new car, but it is
the end of three or four weeks ened as the trees grow older. rears, have' now made their home
the skim milk will make up the In Gainesville. Starke Fla. still proud of the Model T. It wants every owner of one

saute ration. Truck growers-around-Brighton, Mrs. Forsyth Is here spendinga J."mnm"n""I, of these
The average site calf should Highlands county were bothered few weeks with friends and rela-., ', ,, I m hnusuntmmmmxnsmigen.mr cars to run it as long as possible at a minimumof

have from six: to' eight quarts tf with grasshoppers during April. expense.
milk a day ted at regular interval Ditch traps and poisoned bran
*. AM the calf grows older the mash were recommended by County ITS Because of this policy and because of the investmentthat
amount will have to be increased Agent Alsmeyer; and good con-
It U not a good policy to feed them trol was: at once reported. millions of motorists have in Model T cars, the Ford

all they will consume however.' Motor
Proper care exercised in keeping' TRAIN SCHEDULE Company will continue to make parts until, as

the pens clean and well supplied Our schedule-changes 12.01 a. Henry Ford himself says, "the last Model T is off the road."
with dry bedding in washing and .
scalding the palls after each feedIng trains m. Sunday will ,run April as follows 15th, 1928: and More than eight million Model T Fords are still in active
and in removing discardedfeed Always
from the boxes each day will No.1. southbound local due service, and many of them can be driven for two, three
be big helps In getting the calf off Starke 11.18 p. m.
t. a good Itart.Although No. 11, southbound local due, and five years and even longer.So .

skim milk is preferred Starke 10.23 a. m.
the various calf feeds may be No. 107, southbound limited due a square USED that you may get the greatest use over the longest

used Instead If care is used to get Starke, 1.20 p. m. period of time the lowest
No. 2 Northbound at cost we that take
local, due suggest you
the calf accustomed to the substitute. -

smalt. These Quantities feeds at must first be or fed they'in Starke No. ,12 5.3E northbound a. m. local due, CAR deal fromthe'lJutckDealer your Model T Ford to the nearest Ford dealer and have

are likely to cause trouble. For Stark, 3:34 p. m. him give you an estimate on the cost of any replacementparts
No. 108
northbound limited due
young calves these substitutes
should be cooked for the best re- Starke 6:44: p. m. that may be necessary.

calf sults.. raising Additional is contained Information in extension on- No. 101 Wan leaves nee Branch Starke 6:30 a. You will find this the economical thing to do because a

circular No. 9. which may be m.No. small expenditure enable
the 102 arrives Starke 2:10: p. may you to maintain or increase
had free by writing Agricultural The Buick dealer is in business to stay. Hi

Division, at. Oainesville.PI40AN m. T. J. GRIFFIN Agent future reputation depends upon his treating the value of the car and give you thousands of miles of

OROWKIitt KIND used car buyers fairly.He additional service. v

BCMMKii: COVER: CHOPS wants to please used( car purchasers be-

11UNKKICIAL-: TO SOIL Say it with Flowers cause he knows that satisfied used car customers No matter where you live you can get these Ford partsat

Successful pecan growers of the are prospective new Buick buyers. the same low prices as formerly and know they are madein
.ate have' demonstrated the value Flowers For All The who used honestly
man buys a good car- the
same and of the
materials from
.f summer cover' crops in their orchards fair receives way same as those
Occasions represented a price-
says G. H. Blackmon pecan splendid value in transportation. :which your car was originally assembled.
ulturist of the Extension Station. -

Beat results have been obtained Gertrude Godbey In his enthusiasm for the car he has bought, Labor cost is reasonable and a standard is chargedfor
when the crops are planted about and the value he has received, it is only rate
tile last of May and disced or turned Anderson each operation that
natural for him to look upon the dealer as so you may know in advance
under the last half of August.
,This gives opportunity for clean hit friend. exactly how much the complete job will cost.
Phone It Waldo, Fta.
IUvattoa during September and The Buick dealer has many such friends

leave the land ready for the win because he represents the true condition of
the used cars he offers for sale.
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And that is good business-for the Buick

C. WALLINSURANCE dealer as well as the used car bayer. .


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OLITICAL GIIAPII. "IDKAL COUNTY FASHIONS"TELE. Treasure Hunt Planned for Buried Qui:law Loot in Arizona rtucelptH during month 72S.6G ..i lal Circuit! or Florida, to- show- oause-- :;:

uy Warrants luring month ___1177.00 before the llnrabu, 2. Adk.ns..

houncementsuneements Jean Belle Hamilton Dal. April 1. 11128 __ 429.13 .1 tidg". lit the. 1"U, Court at 8Urk,

Itoml Fund In Uradford,11,1, Iy. FlorU
s *, a count
Hnl. !March 1, 1928 .., ___2934.45 t)' In the af..r",1. Circuit

are cash ; -< .. ,' "" lUioolpts during" month ____ ,_a511.87Warr..nt. 17th dRY uf May. .\. D, 1928., at on Ten the

tfl1. \ nouncements will b. ; IIIL i'1I''N: $ during month ___ U'clock hot he v..Udllt..1 A. 11. why said bonds should
at the follow- IlIlIt eonflrn\ed.
>1>, ach. except district ,. 'j tlul. April 1. 1928 --------6508.32 "JJl'ItIl!: AUhI: TliEltl.b'Q.j: to com

15 each. > I II ; I Oulntnnillnsr Fund mllll,1 yuu. and eixt'i 1. "f you are hereby -
II uc ii 'n" '" .,"' Ha. March 1 1D28 .. -?_ 11.42 fore r.'luII'ed tu b" arid appear. b.-
''re' I 1 UocKlptx during month iiie Iionorati" A. ... Adkin ,
SENATORratiO I I : f1 Warrants during month "dll'e ot the tI"ld ,Court' at Starke,
4TATB : IJrallfol.d
: Hal. April I 1, tOSS .::.::..: 82.42 17th 1.IInly. 1-'lurhll., on the
: of
Electors of day May. A. l.
Wide..-. Pension 19H.:! at Ten
III aria District of 'i : Pal March I. 1 11I2 434 SOItfcopltH J't'lnck h4Ve A. mid show i> ctfully solicit your J'Te.eet. : tliirliiK. month ___ 192.07: you l lo why "lM >burHIH hou.l not
mlnatlon! In June prl- : Warrant during month ._ vallditted, anti, ounnrmHtl; otherwise -
state Senator for said Wai April 1. lUll ?, ... 626.S7 tlttoll tlie allegation of the said pi-
i-mbraees the courtiiiil v .,., Aitrlruliiiml Fund will Lie taken as .unfesBud, by

Brndford.CVERETT ,--- ,, ., ,. Hal March. I. ItdS ,_ :S17.84 you.
M. JOHNS <," """' i K i 4','|il't'| | during month ._ 1I2.07! iT' IS OItDE1UU' ; that thlH notice
i r-:;::;; be
published .
1 Warrants !SSU"',| month ---- 12500 once a week for Three.
, I- "cLq7-f I Hal I \prll 1, l!$28 ._ ._ .. 364.mllullillnic 'ull tl'utlve Weeks before the 17th
My of
UKFIIBSHNTATIVB: cee Fund May. A i). 1838.:: In t no Brad '

I., ,...unce to the publicndidatC p Ital !Slit t th I 111:111: __ __ .__ 7.66 ford n WHi&>uper'utinty' p] .:fr.f.fl1l: ;:: : weekly: l
I KivoiptH during month .___ starke.
for Represen- : .
1.nn.dford County, subject ; :) ; ; : >VarrmitM ilurlni month ____ t fired h" 1-'lrHt forti Cu ii t y. Florida and thai

IIP he voters at the com- Itiil. April |I. illS __._______ 7.58wtiite 1''M'hto: piiblU-atlun be at least
: of Florida. daYH before th- 17th day
: i .c Primary I election to Bradford ut .iny: A. I ). 192$.
4u'' ith. 1928. In soliciting County. Wi1'4bsS ray hand" an.1 the SeAl
.'* I oromlse If elected. AlI :IIlt; 1. 9129"18. of t h. l'II'CII It Coti: I't uf Bradtor'l

-tII! [ 'ilithfUIervlcglve me sAll' T pretty certify (lint the : County 1' 1",1"i9 his the 25th day.
forpirnlnirKtntpiiu'iit :
;. Ty to make my record I of the of April. A. .
Itvcelpts nml War-
r '!., t .": the expiration of my taut iKHUKll HKIllllM I the fllllllH. Of 1, (I. \v. ALDEUMAN: ,
to me, well done
will cay Clerk.
I,.lfru faithful servant nradfonl, county for the month of Circuit Courtor:
>dnd I1rl1dru'd County b'lorhla.
11 April 1B2M In trIte anti rurrtu't to
S I) inllclt :your support. the bust of kiiowlnlKe ami lipllpf A. s. ClUJ WI:!,
J. T. BAttNES. Solicitor for
p 11 W. AJ.PI':IUt.'N. Petitioner 4-27-31-8-1

.. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
b announce myself a can. -- HrBilfiird cciiinty. "I" WIUIH 1' M\V C'CKll'((
-J ,,: the olllce of Representa-::. ny C. A. KN ltiliT. l P. f.OIlriO This In. to notify, i you that 1 will
a th next Legislature and- I not be responsible for any debt*.
.. hI I 'jly upon the support of \ l" I 0. .. dczI 'rt-r .. \ OF tlllKIIIFF'N: ii t Ill contracts. : clieckH:, or draft for money
o,ini'lr electors of Bradford havfnw my wife Ada I ,ITndorhlll,

*7 J. X F Notice Is hereby given |that the she'."' d my lied already and board.left and aband-
ZEE unitersign.I w. J. I pp..r..nn. an Thli: I
24th day of .
A dying outlaw. according to the April,
Sheriff of liratlford County. Kliirlilu.umlvr 4-8-ftt-i..a A A. J.. lTN1i.ltlflL
it ,cb) announce myself as afa account In Mr. Burns book. who help. and by virtue of a certain exetitlon __
for nomination for the of- ed bury the treasure, wrote 01111 issuing out nf ami iimlvr '.'0 ritE PU1II.IO
ill > iK'itl of the Civil Court of
entatlve In the g
*epr detail the directions for finding It.
rerord In and for IXival
Bradford county, subjectlotion TL County
of the Democrat prNi Davis Mountain Is the key to. the 1'lorhllbOlrlns;: late the 9th ujiy ot Take' notice that any one furnishing -
March A. I). 193S. In that cm'talreVUIH I maUrlalH or suvpllea to or
be held June 6th. 1928. IfI secret of the hidden riches. i foniilnir labur for lay per-
wherein Florida Hardware. contraatos.
promise faithful and con- The grave Of an outlaw at Silver suh-coiitractcir
service and respectfully Con."ny., a corporAtion Wile plaintiff or irMons and 1 con -
lh im support of all Democratic Spring In a canyon a mile west or itiul I I. -1. Mason was defendanthas Panics doing work on the public:
T. N. KENDRICKb Davis Mountain the directions .say, levied I IIIMIII, as the property of omls of itrud fiiI County Fforldn.
the said dcfenilnnt, 11. (1. Mason In any and nit capacIties, do so ut
L Is the first landmark. Not far from I that I certain propcrtv situate I Inllradfnrd heir own rink anti hazard for the
<' ) announce myself a canrr the *rt
the olllce of Representa- ,... 11'. carved with two crosses. Twenty UH follows: way he liable fur the payment of
I Bradford County subject tot All I 1 iMcrclinnillnn. to rn itrire. hardware the same*
on .>{ the Democratic primary paces east of this stone U supposedto and all I xinulm and chattrlN 1 10- BOA no oir PONt TIUTHTRKS:

.' 6th If elected will promise Polka Dotted Frocks bo the wreckage of a burned wagon> cuivd In th. ntora' build In" formerly ")' H' *: MATTHKWH.

fill? and l honest dlarharge of t4ei rJo,2rI; }/ :___ which, says Mr. Burns marks the spot pondiirtnd hy I It. O. 5!a son at itt a.rite, 4-3t1-6t-6-H_jJhal.!:n>an:
I.'M .if the office, and I respect.port. Are The SmartestThe I Mfadford i''i ii I I it.
licit your su where th4 treasure Is burled. anti: will offer'tlr: : :VhV: :r I the pur- MM'lt'M/ ()|f III.ICATIOV

6. W. HAZEN 'tOMBSTONE. Ariz.-Ho, for burled bullion taken from smuggler trainsIt But the dying outlaw's direction 1 I..e nf sat i,ufy tog ell hi exprutlotithe -

-- printed frock is universally trenraoel. A treasure hunt for the la said waits for the person thai I do not disclose the whereabouts of NHld property, a t the iront door Serial No. C20S29.:!
--- -- vouched for, and one of the outstand rinds It. Interest I'-a the treasure hum.I Davis Mountain. The peak la not ol of the. County Court llounn I In I llriulfortl Deimrlment I of the Interior. U. 8.
COUNTY: .JUDGE !ing features of prints is -ten p tun/ go of the robberies of Curly County. Florliln. on the 4th diiv Lund Olllce Ht Gainesville, Florida,
by announce that I will be- a generally the has been aroused by publication ol I any map and none of the old-time/ of June, A. !>., 1928, between the 1112*.
kte for re-election to the cIMce adoption of polka dots of all sizes. Blll'i outlaw band In Mexico and the Walter Noble Burns' book "Tomb-. recall s mountain of that name. Sal :hours of eleven; o'clock In l tho forenoon NOTICE I. hereby wuPen'that WU

tsp Judge of Bradford Coun'Uft They are always becoming and express Southwest half a century ago. la. It Is stone." the story of this frontier towca I this does not discourage the treasure and 1 two o'clock In the afternoon 11 lain, 1.'. PoweLl of ytarkn, Florida,
subject to the Democratic a youthful and will then IIIHI l there Hell who. nn IH c.mber
12. 1D2B/
to be held June 5th 1928.'lIppO..t bodice gayety This frock has the said, being secretly organized here.A ., the roaring '80's hen the Earp I hunters. Out across the desert lie. said perHontil I proi>orty to the hlarhy I lomeHleail Rot ry, No. 020629, made for

will be appreciated. joined to a shirred skirt front fortune of (3.000.000. Including 'I' brothers Doe Holliday and the Clan.. the peak of pu-p mystery. It they PMt and:: best bidler for cast Joiith half of Northeast quarter,

GRO. A. OAhDINER and breaks any monotony of fabric by a cigar box full of diamonds stack tons matched their six shouters tOol locate It. t. to.oa c/ 3.000,000 Is J. KIM'KHSON, Hecllon, 111.) Townnhlp Mouth. Range
inserting a rest and lower sleeve I Shorlrf. liraclford! County 8j: Must.: 'rallshasmM Meridian, has
see. i: :
oi Mexican dollars and bar. of theirs :
gold suoremacy. nd
TAX ASSESSOR tion of plain contrasting The 6-4-5t-0.1. Florld.t. 1 1", ice of Intention to make
-eby announce to the public rhree-year proof to establish claim
jnm a candidate for the olllce back is In one piece and a wide girdle James-Why U a lazy dog likea 1':1I1'1"IHIW: : %'I' III-I"I'I\U: '!'U to the land above described .before

i Assessor, subject to the will !gives a snug hiplLne. No. 062 is _?... .______--I I MtNT l'OI.IILM (lerk. Circuit! Court, at Starke. FlorId -
J voters at the coming DemolP"lmary designed i in sizes 18 18 36 lull on the Ut ilay Of June, 1938.
election years to Claimant
1928. In asking for to this be office held 42 inches bust. Size S6 requires 3 J.( 0t4i-c to Play l\Iurrah-1 don't know, why? TO WHOM IS IT IIKIlKlir. :!MAY rONfRflN'(1IVKN: THAT, NOTICM Fred. HIIKHBO: names, uf atarke as witnesses Florida., :

y t.J thoroughly famlfrith yards 39-inch: plain material H rarda Automobile polli-len Nus. I IHSBOI to 'V. II. Mtarr, .if Htnrke, "Florida.

Hi, the duties, pertaining contrasting (cut crosswise). Price ot James-They are both slow ISaR fi Inclusive, N .. 1HJ2U2* to r.Ns.wton Btrlcklaiia. of Stark,
cr'r.P: sllel.f elected I I 16 I IN.nirx: ) IncluKlvo. nml Nnn.. uauUTA to Florida.;
cents. Send 16
the said of- pattern eenU additional TK5EFerguson pups. 239300 Inclusive nf the Cnlunlnl KirnUiulurwrltvrH A. M. Strickland, of Rrnrke Florida.
the for ,
same personal-elflclent our New Spring Fsahiosi I I llranuli I I of NationalKliD I HKOKUW C. CIIOM,
yiirtenus manner that I have Book.A Ins. ('i... of llartforil. reijulrlng 4-gn-5t-6-l8 Register!:
lector's duties-and will be on Prof.-Bill, you are most valuable for their ,
validity the cmmtxrnlKnuture
"> when you come to make your pattern for the above design NOTICH OF APPt.lCATlOV FOll
man In the class. duly authorized and llrensiil -
.0- -( Ive me a trial. I will : .7--28 h.Y .it'' i1bb: >
sp- hnv '
will be sent UKent, been lout. Since: these
in It. and will show prepaid on' receipt of
my appre- --
Bill II.-How In that Prof.T l Policies have not lien regularly
your by my work. I earnestly fifteen cents In stamps or coin. 7 ,.oII 0 ters I lMii: ni l, I esu pi or ",.....ii a t,.d NOTICE IS IIKIIRIIY C1IVRN, Ihnt
lost support Prof.-AVell, you talk in your for nor any premiums rnrelveillliHfeitmlor 'r. J. Alilermiiii, holder of Tux Cer-
Sincerely, K. W. HATES Write your name and address Author s "'ION BRIDGE1 sleep and thus keep the rest of I dy" tnlM I.i I',,in tot n y they I Iflcate No. 17.1, 41 h day of August,
will ld valueless. anil vnlil \In the A. >., I 11)24. IIIIM flied MHld CArt illeate,
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|by announce that I am a can- clearly, give number and size of : :-I the class awake. hit rid ii nf whoiiiMDi-vcf they hilly full i I I I In itt y nldce ami madu, application for
for reelection to the office of C :upyrigi.t 1927,by 110)Ic, Jr. and nny rlulm i t lh ii ret,oii..r wnulil tinlllcKul tax. du'il I to issue thereon In accordance .
V assessor of taxes of Bradford pattern. and address Pattern Department ami frHiiilulent. If foiiml with !llW. $iiiii ,certificate .m.
', Florida subject to the We will now sing that stirring they shnuld be returned to the ('"- liraues. I he folluwlnw deiicrlbeil property .
ot the voters at the coming Bradford County Telegraph ARTICLE :-.5: :: football song "lie didn't know how I Innililii H. I'. olllne of the ('ounpa ny. situated( In Bradford oounty,
fry election and solicit No claim nf any nature purporting Florida, to-wlt.:
your i 243 West
t. In 17th St., New i to run. so the Coach gave him to be liamMl :: t hum will; Iii, Kaet: half. .
asking for re-election. York "Once in a bins moon, as the saying cocs; can yeit! C .J 1 [a hand that Illustrate tipim r* c- of Non beast quarter of
on a record 1'1 : City. OK-nlsed the The SnuthWHKt
of courteous, the gait." by 'umpuny. publlo quarter Hec-tlon\ 12 township
: and helpful service to the 01 many good points of play as the following. The wri'cr played A's hand and will I' plniiHe take mitlce nn of Bradford county. and I was! so interested in the play that he made a note of it for use in these Articles. I ) !A I Ii F'i nil UNIHOItWHlTIOUM; l UHHUMHniviit nf said. property

I you favor me, I will continue duties of the office my careful conscientious Tlicro are seven good points of play that come up and all are important: and Stuile One-Hey, you going to Uriini'h of Nnllunal I I Klra Insurunce under stiltS, certificate issued, was. In
you that same helpful service attention. Respectiully. Co., of Hartford.. the nuiiitt of J. e given In the past. Very reWAINWTtirmT DREW REDDISH u-.teresting. Note every point carefully for they arise constantly class today Hy HelbelH llruce and Co., Unless said cerllHoate shall he re

uiy Two Down-What'a the matter IJenernl, Airent. deemed. accord Inw tll law tux deed
N. D.: 6-4- t-8.1. ColumbiA U. C.I.OS'I' will issue thereon.
COVNTY COMMISSION. IJIST. :2 Example Hand : on the 14th day of
I hereby with you? I went yesterday. !May A. n.. 1918.
:. iViVcSr'.ow1"11'10 1Nannounclng I didate for election announce as myself county a commissioner can- Hearts -7, 4. 3.2 .4 u's ..:I.'I""InfloJ'I' 1tI<:I, 'I'U, '.'0 l ateil, this llth day of April. A.

I from District 2 Bradford Clubs- I'ti.Itliii N D. 1928.
8,6 1st Soph-My big brother got O.: W. ALDERMANClerk
a candidate for county. If elected I will give the ,
Diamonds K :
to the omce of Superln- district and county the boat service tagged at Yale Skull and Bones TO WHOM IT" MAY CONCRRN': NO- Circuit Court.County ,
t of Public Instruction of of which I am capable, Respectfully Spades- 13::!, 8, 4 TICW' 14 IIIOIUOIIY lIVEN THAT, Bradford rloriti&a ..

d,,d t{county I promise, If rele."aiT1e submitted. H. M. McllAB ,11 :arl5-KO,10,9,8 Hearts- T. 6 2nd Soph-Tbat' nothing, my I Fire PollcltiN, N.... 78.176 to 7H40U( 4-13-5t5-l*

,f faithful per formtne lto.bs-J,9-2: I Y I Clubs K 10,5 big sister was pinched at Harvard, Inclunlve, of the Colonial Flrn Uniterwrltem '
duties of this office ( or I'lNAI. l>IHCIIAU!
and .
Int..ln. V. grat an Interest In COUNTY cosMt8sioEIt-uis'r. a: iainiinds-lo,9,3: : A B'DiamondsB, 6. .. Drunk and disorderly. I Co., nf, Drench Hartford nf National rtHiulrinit Fireins. for -

olfare xt four of the. children during didate I hereby for re-election announce myself a can- .).1.1s: K. Q t Z : Spades-3,9.1.6,2hleartsA5 their. validity the counterslKt.ature Sixty Days after dato thereof. I
years as I have In the as county commls..loner ; .
a duly authorised and licensed the uiuleriilKnfl Admlnlntrator of
I from district No. 2. If Dald-I wish
hereby solicit yoit vote. reelected : you'-l stop raving awent have been lont Hlnca these the Estate of Mary II. KrlKham. de.reused .
I will continue the
H. B. WHJQIN3'Pr''by district and the bent giving service about your ancestors, Leo. Pretty l>,,llcleM have nut lieen reiriitarlyiTiuntDfiilKnnil wll hiresent my Vouchers and
couny Clubs-A Q 7 4 3
iHHiied which f..tthe Final
or iiccotint to the Hnnnrnhle Qeo.
announce myself a can-. I of which I am capable. J. O. CHEWS Diamonds-A, 7, 2 soon you'll be telling that they; iindt
f for the( offlce of Superlntend- COUNTY: COMJUSSIONTH.: MIST 3 Spades- A, 5, 4 came over on the Mayflower. publicly" HlllrmHi; or arcotintnd for, Cuunly. "Flnrlila, for their approval -
Public Instruction of Brad- nor any premiums rucelvDil there coil .ak; to Lie discharged im
'ounty, Subject to the action of I hereby announce myself a candidate Leo-Oh, no, they had a special under by IhlM Conijinny, will bn Much Administrator,
for re-election as county No score, rubber Z dealt and bid and 100 aces. Quite a hand don't i :: era
rlmary June Bth1 earnestly. game. you boat. valueless I anil void In the of This 13th day of April.' 11)28.H. .
I your vote and 8upport. and If commissioner district three. If re- one no-trump. All passed and A openedthe think? whomsoever they may foIl ami any fl. MA.TTIIiaWS.
ii i promise 'In return a fair elected I will continue to give the king of hearts. V played the deuce ,. claims thereunder would. l 10" I Illegal Ailmlnlstrat' i r.

-npartlal' ot the. administration office devoting of the people efficient Bradford performance county a of faithfuland the. duties and B the jack. Point No. 1:When your Answer to Problem '. i Aged gentleman-My boy, I'm mid be returned fraudulent.to If the found Columbia they:: ,should M. C.oltlce Estate nf Mary D. Brlichum- ,decesM- K. .

B and energy i the advancement my of the office, working always forthe partner leads the king of a suit at no- getting an old, feeble man these of the Company. No claim of

t cause of education.; best Intersts of the entire county trump,the lead indicates a combination : Y i i any nature purporting to hn basel NO'l'lt'14 Til IIRIITOH4! AND

Respectfully." _J L. UiJDEttHILI of three honor. If thin honor combina- : A Bt days.Fresh tilinn them will be recognised by thet'tnllitny. i'HKKITMIlJI
Prosh What
are you go- .
A. .1. The public will please
QRIFFI3jpectfuUy FOR COHH.SS.Oo.lER-DI"T.: 4 tion is tile king queen ten, your partner : Z t \take; notion, nri'nnllrifrly.COLONIAI : --
ing to do with him when get Notice .Is
you hereby given that all
announce that I am I !
hereby announce myself as a wants to know at'once where the jackis. "'1111'] UNUURWlllTIOnf: ,
for creditors, Legatees, Distributees andall
the office of County candidate for re-election as countycommissioner him?
Intendent of Schools subject to from; district No.' 4 For that reason, B's proper play is Hearts-A, K Co., of Hartford.Ity 'jI'.OtOraKI' : claims against I
Co. 1 1
Holbels Ilriice and :
rules and regulations of the Hampton Theremin and Graham andIf the jack. Point No. 2: should play the Clubs-A S : Oeneral the Livingston, deceased

?" their claims
I qualltled 5th., I feet to that I am In every capable the county of. I the solicit best your service support I am at heart, trick in the hope that B has only Spades-A, J, 10,7,4,3No $5,000 new filling station and tire the Honorable duly the.' ,.authenticatedto A. Gardiner

lice efficient and give' the duties of the primary June 6th. two hearts, and that it will be impossible shop at northeast corner of Broadway No'rlrJo Judicial County Judge" of Bradford County.
rubber What should Z In Circuit Court, Twenty-Blxth -
i ser-
L8UJf.lnS.fu and faithful. _Q. W. HmsON for him to lead the suit to A when score game. and Main streets. Circuit. Bradford County Florida I ,, for his approval within one
dealer with hand from date thereof
as bid the foregoing year or this notice
... if B the In .
of and lead.A Florida.
h.the the of- gets Chancery.City will be tielil, In bar thereto and
Iruliv ? my ability. I re- COUNTY COMMISSIONER: DI9T. B of The 100 aces are tempting but the only of fltarke, IL municipal cor-
should thcn l lead the eight heartstc NOTICE! OF SCHOOL ELECTION! all persons Indebted to the said estate -
aslc I hereby announce myself a can If
your sound bid i.
support. one spade. has porat
Respectfully didate for county commissioner District show his partner that his cards are partner ion.Petitioner.. are required to pay their said
C. T.. LAWHORNE No. 5, comprising Brooker and nil equals. All follow suit and Z wins anything at all, a game In spades is certain. By the power. vested In thorn. bv v. debt forthwith ti> the undemlKnedadmlnlntrator.

New River. It elected I promise a the trick with the Z should On the other hand la game in no- the laws of Florida the Board of State of 'Florida.Kenpondflnt.. This 23rd day of
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT faithful and efficient performanceof ace. now trump Is doubtful, particularly with a Public Instruction of Bradford county March 1928.offionan.
.reby! announce to the voters of the duties. of the office and will look the hand over very carefully before club : hereby calls an election to be Petition to VHflldnte ftnnd c. I.IVINOFITON
ford County, that I am a candl- work for the best Interest of the he plans hi. play of the hand. He opening irlrl In Hampton Special. ,. Tax School TO TIlE CITIZENS AND TAX Administrator I ,

t.for the offlce of Clerk of Circuit county. R. T. OSTEEN needs<< three odd and can make it if Elias Answer to Problem No. 27 District on. June 9, 1928 for the pur- PAY HUM: OF TIlE CITY OFHTARKR l21tfltI52tfT40'l'lCI3 Estate of Kate Livingston Deceased.
I of three trustees and
shall electing
b.8 very grateful to clubs
the king of he thus
as can .
lr assessing the nilllaire for the ensu.ing
l"e"riri4S.to support and vote COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DI9T. S Hearts A 3 INTKIHOSTKU] : OltEETINCl:
/ TO URirronn AND cncu1TOHH -
election to be held prevent A from obtaining the lead before two yearn.For You and each. of you will take notice
on I hereby announce myself a Candidate Clubs -K 7 6 :2 Y
day June t .1 the of holding said
5th 1928. Having for re-election. for county the club suit is set up. Z should, purpose that the City of BtiirUe. a mu-
'I the County In this capacity commissioner. District No.6, corn- therefore play his ace and then a low Diamonds-A.9, 8,7.4 I A B t election (>. MnvnvH. J. W. Walterson .ilvlpal ,corporation! under the laws -
dy everyone fs familiar with my rising Brooker and New River, and I Spades-A : Z I and J. II. Hodges are appointed ot the State. of ,,Florida by and Notice Is hereby. gIven. to all
diamond the trick in Y's hand
and your support will be all It I will continue to Rive the i winning ",unuMurs. through, Its City Council has filed creditors, legatee, dlntrlbutees ant
more appreciated. inc. I elected of Bradford county the same with the jack. Y should then lead the A. n. BunnBNcr: a petition In the.above styled court all pemons having claims againstthe I
l ie continued I htJ't service. people faithful service that I have In the I six of clubs._ Rubber game, Y-Z 18; A-B 0. Z dealt I Chairman 1'rotom. under quite, the 24th day of April I<>tate of Itenrletta llrown; deceased

O- W. ALDERMAN past: always. doing my beat fur all Point 3: a can now play either the I and bid one spade. What should A now Hcrretary ir. n. WIGGINS 6.11-6t-8-1- A. I). IU2H, tr have the issue of Ten their are hereby re'iulrml to pre
dollar worthof sent claims duly authenticated
,concerned looking after the Interestof bid with the foregoing hand A has a Thousand 10000.00
FOIL T..x COLLECTOR I I would fcing or a low club. If the former Z bonds as authorized. by the City to the ftonnrahle Oeo. A. Gardner. -
vJng been urged by my friends the people personal at'talra.name as should let him hold the trick for .uch a two suiter and should arrange his bid- CI.KHK'H IIKPOHT (nuncll of the City of Htarke and as County Judge of Bradford

feeling that I am duly qaallfled.u my own L. R. OAINET.MgMIIEIL play by B i. an effort to let ding so that, if possible, he can show provided for by law, validated and : County, FlorIda, within I one year
roby announce 'myself apparent both clubs and diamonds.The best Report of the Clerk of Circuit ,'on firmed hy decree of the above from date hereof, or this notice will I
for Office Tax'coU"BradfordCounty.Fforlda "p a club re-entry in A's hand Point 4: way be held. In bar and all
IIOIKD I)IT 1 f'ourt In and for Urnxlford County, styled court. thereto per
: SCHOOL to obtain this result is
r : by bidding the
/ : At the earnest solicitation of the 1C B plays a low club, Z should play the Florida, nn account of Taxes assessed And that on the' Jhl: : r.rf"April sons indebted. tit mild ustitta are re-
June.to the Democratic Primary voters In school district No. 1. I have queen in the hone that the king of clubs higher value suit first, in this instance, fur the year. 1'2T. A. U. 1928. an ( nut Oithe liiented to pay their debts forthwith

decided to return for re-election as is in B's hand. This play of a lower card diamonds, and then, I if overbid, to show K. W ifAYrea. Tax Collector .nltl Court. against the State nf to: the iinclernlKnerl Admlnlftrator.
W. B. TORODE. board from the Otanty I'ropvr Florida, reiiiilrlnit It through thelfonorale This 80th day of March, 1928.J. .
member of the school clubs.: In this it is possible to
this district. Your support and vote of a suit than an outstanding card in an bid both way To' bal due :April 1, 198 .12,444.1111 H. V. Knlnchr; Slate At- I C. TRKRKLt:

n.by announce myself candl- will be highly appreciated.I I opponent's hand in an attempt to win suits and give partner a chance By amt. collected .___ ___ 1325.39/ tfrnev for the Twn'y-Blitth' Jiidl- 1-30-9t-B-2 Admlnlntrator.
for the omce of Tax Collector a W. 'KLITER the trick is called a finesse. Point 5: to show his preference wfthoufincreas- To baL due. Mar 1, 192S ,11.118.80Aarrlraltnrel

ralltord County. I of Ing the contract. A no-trump with this
solicit the When the clubs wins the trick
hlf ort elected of the voters of the County SeEMlIER SCHOOL' 1IO\HI ftC IT. 1 Z must not queen lead hisace. If he docs,Dean, type: of' hand I. unsound. A spade leaf Tr'ty bal amount due April rollepted 1. 11124__ 1,244.40 13364

..arCe of ,h.promise duties the of.said faithful of- Having been urged by friends. of save the game by playing the king,thus i.tI certain and opponents will undoubt. To. bal dun. May I I. Ion) 1.Iil.8fflIosI We can charge your Q

myself District No.1.candidate I hereby for member announce of making{ it: possible for A's jack to win edly save game. On the other hand, a and iirlilirf. Hand.. YES HKS
a 77,11:102:
To bal duo April 1 1928
C. A. KNIOHT.mv the school board from this district.If the third club trick. Point 6: When the game in diamonds or clubs, whichever 1y amt collected _,___ 8,217.89

FOR SIIIRFF elected hJ promiiie the District and Ian queen of clubs holds the trick Z should l suit best fits in with the partner's hand To'bal due May 1, 1923? __8HIIJ8.6J I STORAGE BATTERY In U I'Smith's
hereby announce; candidacy county, best Your service support of will beappr.rtntel. !cad his last diamond and win the trick I i. very probable. Wl heri capabl" 1,244.42ly
bal due April 1 128
.to the of action.Prandford of county, sub. .J 'V.MEMIIEIL MoonfJI ill Y's hand. Y'. hand now contains a I Answer to Problem No. 28 ami. collected _._ _ _' 132.64
the voters at the
,.ary of June 5th. It elected I thirteenth diamond but,if it should be '1'it bal due May) I, 1024 1,111.814
"Se the Citiiens I SChOOL BOtnn. nisTIIICT led B can save the by discarding I Coanty SVhaolTr
of the game
county ;
lent law :a: I Y stA > bal due April 1, 1928. .24.888.87
1Prlied to enforcement one Impartial- I hereby announce my candidacy the king of clubs. This again would B By Amt. collected .___ __ __ 2.050.77 spaa.rke}
Will b"w appreciated.and' all. Your .up- as a member of the school board rule* A s jack of clubs a re-entry and II To bal. due May I. 1128 ___ 22237.60 Garage

W.J&ITCH EDWARDS from District No. 2, and will give best thus > .-e game. Point 7:Z should count Z I County Polls
the duties of the office my very To bal due April 1, 1928 __ 702.00
I his tricks when he wins the
third diamond
attention If the voters see fit to Hearts A K 6 By ami. N.lle..l"d ._ 116.OO I j jII
hereby support Is solicitedand trick in Y's hand and notice 9.
announcemyself a can- elect me. Your that To bal. due May 1. 1928 87.OO
herlrr te for "-.lectlon to the office will be appreciated H. D. MAY he can make game without leading the Clubs-8, 5, 3 Total Mnb-drhonl : ; :

ted of Bradford county. If re- l.iit: ,'',mond. lie should then lead the Diamonds101., 4 To hal due April I, 192tt -.24,081.29
I DMT.! S j
will.' a" In the HF.UDF.U: SCHOOL BOABD. collected 2,441.Of
Past spare Spades- 7 6 14)1' ami. u II
'" 'In ,, (lJ from Y's hand and B ,
the full discharge of th. I hereby announce myself a candidate i-JL again can.lay To bal due May I, 192 ,21.6-0.20
"s of the ofce. I earnestly so- for member of the school either the king or a low club. If No score, rubber game. What should Z Total .Mul..-N..oo. Heads

Inar the primary support,' the Respectfully voters In the board.promise District. continued No S. If faithful reelectedI rtls- il.e former, Z should allow t'-' '-ing to u dealer bid with the foregoing hand Tn ny' bal.amt.due collected April t. 11128_ _____-. __ 11,228,48 3844 J. R. DAVIS & CO.

JW. :J, EPpFfniHONIPRRVI : charge of the duties of this office. hold. If the latter, Z should y the At this score, the dealer should show To hal due May 1, 1928 8,841.82

Your support Is ."oltedsTnIdRwAi1rY{ > ace and a low club forcin t in the his strength at once and bid one heart. O. W. DKRMAN. Clerk.

rehy announce that I am A can CONSTABLE D."TR.CT I club tricks, three diamond tricks, the dealer wants hearts opened. Any other FIVA. rrt *!. "T'TF.ME"fT INSURANCE

-te for the office of supervisorIrlstratlo. I hereby announce myself a can- ace of hearts, and the ace of spades- opening probably will lose game. Don'rlesitate COUNTY Kt'NUS! I

lected i ?i"OP lv Bradford county- ," district. for No.re-election 1. The vote as conjtablefir and support or three odd at no-trump; game, rubber to bid this type ol hand._ .
bestof --
rts my very I financial statement of

toward thu* ornce carrying, and I out solicit tbs your du- of tbe people jIILbtW! :; giiyCONSTABLES 1 St. Augustine-St. Johns county Ft. MJ'crs.-UOOOOO new three- Bradford Monthly county for the month of AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

Port at the June primary.VALT.t DI1TRICT :9: ',completing road and bridge construction story store and offlce building to .April 1921.GesersI r.....

'- ----- H. O Friends. of H. Austin*ke this program representing expenditure be erected here. nat March 1, lUI ._. ______ 41.00

''Ty COMH.SIIONED.IT of announcing; bis candidacy of over $2,000,000. Beach Volusla Receipts during month n __193H.20 STARKE FLA.
hereby J. method Justice of th. Peace Daytona county Warrants during month ___ITOS.JI

,. e for .Iectlon announee to myself the offle a can-of for district.constable No. 2,of and solicit the support Mayo-Florida Power Corporation Y. M. C. A. to rebuild. ....q>""' .r .iIOW. A jrll l.Itlf--_______ ___ 181.99 i :
'ty p.,.. Pwrfi.r. F.... .
'gte7."onunl.It ...., f.w Dtllt'rfeot N.... ''of the voters In the June Democratic th- primary erecting new light plant here. camp quarters at Lake Wte.... Bt Mkrefl 1. 1*M __________ 110.11 -.---:- -C- -:- ':- -r- _
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away.-Gaineeville Sun. And why noon."-Exchange. This moved a Klckllter. 5.4-2t-1

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished HO many Mlamlana are (supporting reader to report his doings thusly: small
:. the Capone candidate. Sidney J. "Having bridged and Scotched un- strayed I
dunn colored mare mule
1877 Cults.-Sanford Herald. til past midnight, I mattresued un-
,I'j. -_ _._ ___.._ .. _! -0I til a late lioor then showered from my place at Lawtey.Informa Before
ward offered for any
: Avery Powell wants someone to razored and waffled; golfed until
: PublishedWeekly' \ on"Fridays! and. Entered as-Second! Class I write a poem on the cucumber. If noon, when I chickened; then, tion. Dr. G. W Brown, Lawtey 0-4-2f, I u select
l: Matter at tho,Post Office at Starke,. Florida you can't get'1n th -proper mood to movled beached gasolined until

";", E. S. Matthews ,. .____________Owner and PublisherJ. pesky Lenin, eat things a .couple-Bradford dozen County of the until night I when pajamcd I homed."--Tampa and radioed Tri- FOR RENT-Two furnished sleepIng -

I C. Robinson __ _-________ Managing Edltotd Telefcraph That Js th.e way to end bune. This is too easy a life Ed. & P.rooms.Store See. Amy Moore 6-4-2t T. next car see 1.
: It all. not to begin anything What you probably dirt was type- your
I Madison Enterprise-Recorder. wrlted all day and in the eveningyou
SUBSCRIPTION RATE FOR RENT-Five room unfurnished .
-----0- were" too tired to theatre so
? ,
+ house. D. L. Sllcox
'I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, TSc: -Payable in Advance Sidney J. Calls the Incomparable you unpantsed and bcdsteaded., Starke Fin 5-4-21 General Motors.

':'. Advertising Rates Application.. swears that the Interests of Madison Enterprise-Recorder ---
L the taxpayers are aa dear to his -0- 1 FOR RKN'T-Cool, bay front seven -
Thursday half holidays begin next week. fond heart as the tender apple "Sometimes it's only brake lining I room home, comfortably furnished -

. N ? o-i blossom Is to the sturdy bough.Of that separates heaven and reasonable for the sum- offers
course while Catts was governor earth."Clermont Press. "You mer. Mary McLaughlin, realtor
Even the Gainesville. scribes seem to prefer blondes. the state millage did In- mean keeps some people from go- King and St. George Sts., St. I II
-0 crease from 6 1-2 mills to 11 mills, ing to heaven or the other place Augustine Florida. 5-11-nt I
i. Next Tuesday is the last day county candidates can qual- the highest elate milage In forty don't youT"-Wauchula Advocate I
::: ify. years. Hut why bring that up-! "Rather, It's the lack of brake SEWING MACHINES Singers MOTORS was ,'
standard makes organ!*
\ and other
, Jacksonville Journal. lining that separates earth from GENERAL *

Starke fishermen have started putting their fishing tackle o- --well, not heaven in every case." thoroughly perfect sewing reconditioned order. Ten and to In that a group of stror,'
Speaking of Starke In general Bradford County Telegraph.
}, in order. the whole town has a homelikelook. "And usually that's pretty thin." thirty-five dollars. It will pay companies, working together as a farm],;
I Q to call and see us when In Jacksonville
From the filling stations with -Sanford Herald. It seems the
4 .... Wanted: Some flashlight pictures costumes worn during the best looking blonde In this section consensus of of opinion that the or write us for Informa could serve the public better than t thJ
,. the next fire after eleven p. m. taking care of one of them I brake lining is a rather Important tion. We also maintain the only
down to the newspaper Office, the bit of equipment in a religious complete repair shop for every could separately.The 'I

Brunswick Pilot says th: reason they are called filling entire cleanliness town, has the appearance and welcome of way.-Clermont Press. Bring make of the machines head or In the ship city.it public has approved this principle'
l:I stations is because all towns are being filled with them Prompt service, reasonable
written all over It. But then, :]
0 the best thing about Starke Is Its charges and all work or ma- In 1924 one out of every six cars Chos
' Tallahassee News is shorter for A % chines put out by us guaranteedto
. says alimony a name closeness to Gainesville.-Gaines- GENT WORD
s natrimonial reparations. Rather it's what price peace. ville Evening News. give perfect satisfaction. W "by the public was,,a General MotorsIn
H. Moulton, 943 Forest St., '
' o o COLUMN Jackacksonvllle. Fla. 6-4-21 1925 the proportion was one in f five.;
, They're entertaining at vanishing luncheons in Jacksonville Starke, the home of good eats.
, now The holder of the lunch vanishing first is declaredthe The first attraction we ever had In FOR RENT"-"-Light house keeping 1926 it was one in four.
Wahl foun-
the town was the Magnolia Cafe, rooms for rent. See Mrs. Mur- FOUND-One ladles'
; winner. where dinner Thanksgiving rhee. 6-11-lt tain pen with name Myrtlce.
every was a And last it was one in
k year three
Owner call for at County
one with a chef who dress- ------ -- -- same
f, A Starke youngster, found crying [bitterly: on the streets ed in golf knickers. Later we WANTED-Board and room with Agent's office. _C-ll-lt
this week, said he was heartbroken because this was the last dropped around to a little cafe private family for a young man. The improvement in General Motors product!
FOR RENT-On S. Walnut street '
i week of school. down the street, and the latest References If required. Write house newly painted Inside. All !! continuous. Great Research Laboratories are ca!
place is the telegraph booth after care Telegraph. M.Tovar.
0 '
I.' -- conveniences Also a furnished for betterment.
I stantly seeking new paths A
you turn the corner, where they \lit
: Next Sunday is Mothers Day. Pause one day in your FOR SALE-New one-horse Hack. apartment. Mrs. Hamrlcfc
i''," mad rush for honors and riches and pay tribute to the one beat put ,out and a the sandwich latest news that with can't It-be ney wagon. Best grade. J. F. 6-11-lt I acre Proving Ground tests all that science ha d J

whose love for you will never grow dim. Gainesville Evening News. y v '__ covered and proves each new design before it

r.\\, 0 p- offered to you. Each year there has been a stac
> ''One candidate for governor, who says he is going to cut Sidney J. Calls says that he MORTGAGE LOANSOn
, his salary if elected, evidently intends to more than make up wants all the gamblers, bootleggers advance in the quality, performance and beauty i
and crooks In Florida to vote Starke Residential and Business Properties $2,000 with increase in
the cut from "commissions" received from the outside. General Motors cars, no price.
,t I for him because If they do he's
0 and
.' elected already. We too hope they up
St. Petersburg Independent says beauty contests do not .do, because we would like to show 3, 5 or 10 Year Maturities
1 pajr. After giving some of the winners the once over, the pub- Mr. Catts and one or two other famous86inoq.93.to55Q0.&ozF

lic, forgets the winner in its pity for the judges' idea of beauty. I' people that there are more honest BALDWIN MORTGAGE COMPANY 7.
a people in Florida than crooks.-

,: With some of the candidates for governor reading the I, Sanford Herald. Trouble is, a Jacksonville })
large proportion of the honest
peo- : es
handwriting on the wall, the process of elimination has already -
ple are torpid, while all the crooksare
begun. On June 5th the voters of the state will elim- active.-Palm Beach Indepen- HAROLD C. WALL Local Correspondent
J.. inate a few more, leaving Hathaway 0 in the governor's chair. dent. -o- i ) and the low-cost

The editor of the Independent was the fortunate recipientone The three monkeys brought up- IIIIIIYINWIIYIIIIINIIIIIIIWI011111111NNYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYIIW" '' INIINN.IYIIYIIYIIIIIIWIIIIIIYIINIIWIMIWIIYININYLIInYWIIYIN UWIIIIIIIIIII1J11I11illllluUllnuW"II''!;, I
day last week of a large package, which proved to contain to-date: Hathaway speaks no evil GMAC Purchase .
several boxes of luscious strawberries. These fruit were the of his opponents; Catts sees no evil !] Starke Hdw. & Furn. Co. Ii
In track gambling Carlton
race ;
of Editor
gift Robinson of the Starke Telegraph. As the editor
hears no evil save Hathaway. And
couldn't eat them all he passed them around among the' The General Motors cars are listed on the coup
of these three, the greatest of allIs HIRAM BELL, Manager
members of the Independent stafF, there being enough for all, Hathaway. Selah!-Bradford i below. They include a car for every purse andpt
and all enjoyed the treat. Any time Editor Robinson wantsto County Telegraph. The voters have
run for anollice he will receive the solid Independent vote. been to hear all three of these i Dupont Duco-All Colors, Standard Pricesi pose-passenger cars and trucks-models of nc

When we came to Florida, the region around Starke and Law- monkeys speak and what they see kind-fours and sixes and eights. You may seVany '

' tey was the great strawberry market of the state; it was, in in It is that they all want the job ; Garden Hose, lOc per ft. model with full that by ti
assurance every
short, the only locality in which the delectable berries were for what there is In It.-Madison 1 Water cpolers, all sizes from cheap, to cheaper
raised in large quantities. The Plant City region now leads Rnterprlse-Herorder.; it offers the largest value per dollar in its pr
in quantity of strawberries but judging from the taste of the -o- Ice Cream Freezers, at Reasonable Prices class.
"Mr. and Mrs. Blank surfed
specimens' sent us by our younger brother Robinson, Bradford at
Clearwater Beach Sunday after The include 86 models '
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county lost no quality in the advancing years.PalmBeach

Independent. Sorry we could not deliver them in per- "iii uiiiii.uuumuiiiuiiimimiittwiiiiiiuiuniiiiiliuiuiimiiiliiUi! ! i!>diiaiiiuiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimui. > !'11111111111111'111'11111II'111"111'1111"11..11I.,11",111"1> ,' '| '""' .. ., ", """"' ",',,iiiiimiiimiwuuuilimmiiluuuuiuiiMiiiliuuiiiiiiniiiniiiiimin"""" '' iuiiiiiiiiiiiiluiiitiuiiiii"; price-at-the-factory from $495 to 5500. !'

son but our plans to attend the press convention were dynamited ...a sr1I dosed bodies are by Fisher. All cars have four-uh:
at the last moment. Bradford county yields the Plant .; 3i ;;! I
City section the quantity distinction the time being, but brakes. All have quality where quality ccur.tsrfa .

,,for quality the Bradford berry is picked in every market overall E.Carlton I ,long life and high resale value. All are backed

I \ comers. o i Doyle i tervicc organizations which are permanent


1' No law passed by the legislature during the last few CLIP THE COUPONIt

jt, "rms''' has come in for as much criticism as the game law

J .passed at the 1927 session. Candidates for the governorship, CANDIDATE FOR will pay you to see what General Motors oft

Jon the lookout for "planks" of popular appeal, have incorporated before you select next car. Compare Gene
the repeal or modification of the game law in their your
platform as a vote catcher and it is proving popular. To makea Motors quality and value in each price class.Ltt

resident of the country see red and begin to mutter in his about the tests General Motors applies to all e

.. beard, it is only necessary to tell him that the law prohibitshim GOVERNOR; produced here and abroad, at its great Provi
from shooting game on his own lands without a license
and the fireworks start. Ground. Consider the importance of a time in

The law is a good one, although it can be improved on, ment plan which gives you low rates, becau
and will be, at the next session of the legislature, regardlessof tfc I
who is elected to the governor's chair. The fact is, members 1 WILL SPEAK AT THE of the volume of business handled. Remember

of the 1929 body will have heard enough from their constituents you are assured of service, because General Mote

to impress upon their minds to necessity of amend- dealers
are everywhere.By .
ing some of the objectionable features, but they cannot make Court House '" Jot
any change that will make it more liberal than it now is, if using the coupon below, you can bring

Section 54 counts for anything.One your home immediately full, illustrated infoffl

required paragraph when destructive of Section birds 5-1 or reads animals: "No are permit found shall to be be On May 17th, 1928 At Eight O'clock tion about any or all of the products made 4
injuring or destroying live stock, domestic fowls, game or ag- General Motors. With this will come a new

ricultural products on one's own premises." In other words, In The called "Principles & Policies." You will find itlID'
farmers can shoot any bird or animal at any time, in seasonor Evening
out of season, where they are found to be injuring crops, usual reading, for it takes you behind the scenes
.. .-.---.-.-...... .... shows what it t
fowls or livestock. The law does not say the actual shooting -- -----------u_. just what General Motors is and
must be dope the premises of the and if it is
on owner, doing to continue to merit public goodwill.
found necessary to chase a fox across sixteen counties to bag ADVOCATING

him, the farmer is still within the law.
Under this act the farmer has more privileges than un- .

der the old law which carried no provision for the killing of Common "I
destructive! birds or animals. Another bit of misinformationthat Honesty GENERALMOTORS
Is being disseminated is that skunks cannot be killed ', I

without license. A speaker for a gubernatorial candidate at > :i < II

the courthouse this week even went so far as to say that if AND i
1 1:0: met a skunk in the road he would have to write Mr. Royall I

in Tallahassee for permission to kill it or else make a detour.It .

is a safe bet if this speaker had the misfortune to meet a Business Efficiency I II

skunk, he would forget he had a gun, the law and Mr. Royall

in his haste to leave the neighborhood. Skunks, wild cats, i'
w- weasels and flying squirrels are not protected and can be kill- IN OUR '- "
ed at any time. __ : I

painted over.-Clermont Press. STATE GOVERNMENT ,1
-0- : GENERAL MOTORS (Dept.A),Detroit,Mme'

r from Other PensIt I Idly A.when fresh placed egg In will Water.sing-Brad rap-- ., .. ... -- -.-...., __'LO -.- -. _,-, -. "--0 I CHEVROLET [0 l lOLDSMOBILBQ PIa.wkhoutob gadonco-.m.-l
ford County Telegraph. Thanks I Ii racr.ducriiithi eahGe-n1Mocott
but we'll take without 0 I ..... cb.ck.d-eog t6r with you
begins to look like Lex Green our eggs .;& .i
muaic. Eustis Lake Region. THE NEXT GOVERNOR : 's'b'progGround"and"Priocipi..aP
b going to make a better congressman Cheep, Cheep-Bradford County
than many of us at first OAKLAND: Q -
Telegraph. But not Cheap.-Eus I ,jJame
thought be 'W'ould.-perry Herald. lie Lake Region. .. .- , -.... L .. -, UK a-a I BUICK QLASALLB
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"What's new In beach attire this Miami has no intention of becoming ,Q -,
summer?"-Ladles Home Journal. the Chicago of Ladies Are Especially Invited to Hear Him :/ CADILLAC nFR1QIDAJRB _
'.NothIDI.Tlmea-Unlon. Looks Starke Telegraph. FlorMa.j ,- r rsnslminslNrlanammnmmmmNNSnYSesslleNmmlssnNnsnlmlmmmsmisnWU

to us like Just the same old things I why they did not send A__.*, .."**......* 0) DELCO-UQHT"':
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