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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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e Retiring; Chairman 11111 Presented Tallahassee,. Jan. 8.-Doyle E?, ..,

With Gift B;*.llaatd And AWARD WORK Training Camps Carlton became Governor of Flor- '

Officials. (
w ida at noon today when the oath oC f ]
4 Takes Over Korvlco Station ON ROAD 14 Opened To Boys
office was administered Supreme
by -
N. D. Wainwright Jr., has taken The Board of Cilinty Commissioners -
Court Justice Ellis and the
(I i over the operation of the Sinclair of Bradford county Florida Gray It Contractor for Lnjliig 17 Bradford'H. Quota VI'HI Bo Four
met in regular session Monday SS great deal of state was delivered
( service Station on Templ avenue, i 1 Mile of highway Gainesville Date Encampment: | lo Bo
i January 7, 1029 at 10:00: S St to him by the now exGovernorJohn
'' from the Ford Brothers, and will o'clock To Putnam County Lino. Announced.
with
a. m., all members Martin Governor Canton'sinauguration \
1' 1 maintain a first-class service station present as follows: Louis H. Hill, ; was Immediately followed !

, for automoblllsts. A line of chairman, J. O. Crews, J. L. Un- Gainesville, Jan. 6.-Early completlon '' The war department Is seeking by a review of his administration \
r of 17 miles of road 14 in I four Bradford county boys to enter
derhill, Q. W. Hlnson and L. R. I
tired and supplies will be carried, by Governor Martin la.
p Alachua county was seen today as the Citizens Military Training
. [and his equipment permits of quick Oalney. which the rtlrlng governor cited
, service. Minutes of last meeting were the result of the state road department I Camp at Fort !Screven this summer his accomplishments In the fields
s yesterday authorizingthe this number with four alter-
read and approved.Communiealion I of education, road, state and pris-
e letting of contract for its ( the allotment for thlecouuty.
from tax ataes- a nates, being t
Former lUwldent Visitor, on building and l the renewal of
received in reference construction.L. j Dates for the encampment
sor to assessments the nation's confidence In the state
z Mr. Frank B. Lane or Loa An- on banks. Same filed M, Gray, of Gainesville, was I have not been set, according despite the booms and storms. w

I. [ geles. Callf. was in Startle Thurs- for reference. awarded the contract for the proJect I to letter sent out by Major A. C. The governor's salute of 17 :

day visiting relatives. lIe was re- Bond of C. A. Knight for notary -on a bid of $187.647.57. Tipton U. S. Army, but will likely guns roared for Governor' Carlton.
t i turning his home from.Palatka, While he could not be reached last I Ibe around the same period designated and the
public approved. Inaugural address followed -
|where he visited his mother Mrs. Bond of Blanche Alderman for night it was believed ('onlltructlonwouldatart : last summer.< ,
ill. C. Richard. Mr. Lane is manager within 15 In the Telegraph
notary public approved. days and writing to After, the address Governor 1
of the sales department of the that the road would be
finished in
Major Tlpton says:
of receivedand Carlton his I
Report county judge relatives and stall, accompanied -
jGraham-dPalge, Motor Company's six months. I "During the coining summer the
filed. by military and official .
branch in Los Angeles. The 17 mile stretch from : Mnr War will again offerto
department
( and Department( l
Report of Inspector of jail escorts proceeded to their automobiles 'ri
Gainesville to the Putnam county the young men of Bradford
of marks and brands filed. I and headed the parade in '1
schools Oix-ns Monday Committee from Woman's C'lub line, Is regarded as one of the most county an opportunity! to enroll in which were floats ,and decorated

Bradford High will open Its consisting of Mrs. J. M. Alvarezand mportant highways to this section, the Citizens Military Training cars from more than half the
shortening, as It does, the distanceto Camps. These camps' are for a
doors again Monday jnorulng, according Mrs. R. A. Weeks appeared Florida counties i
i to announcement made before the board and askea that the Atlantic coast by many period of one month, and for the Taking the stand In the park "

I Wednesday, after three and one- the slogan on the arch on county miles.Work I S a" 1I J JI boys of Bradford county will beheld Governor Carlton, his official staff

I half weeks vacation. The school line between Bradford county and of clearing the right of at Fort Screven, Georgia, members of the cabinet, Justice

|was closed a few days before the Clay county be changed to read way.was started months ago, onlyto I !I tll'i l 3 1 1o (near Savannah.) The exact date and the joint legislative Inaugural

date set on account of Influenza, [Bradford County, Where Soil Re- be delayed by litigation over of the camp will be announced committee reviewed the parade.

Sand its reopening was moved up wards Toll." The committee also a small portion of the route and .. later. The quota for Bradford The printed program Is tc> be followed -

lone week because of absence of asked that the arch be placed on by a blanket injunction action county Is four, and there should be to its conclusion.The .

'SOme of the teachers from the county line between, Bradford and which also held! up road construc- at least one alternate for every sky Is perfect and there Is
& with tion In other counties. principal, so that It la desired to ctowd of from
state. Alachua county same slogan. a twenty to thirty
The committee also asked that The' Putnam county section of get a. minimum of eight applications thousand.

l ; Permit for Sew Garage Mrs. Lizzie Bryant be placed upon the road has been in use for several ___ There Is a score or more of
months and is ----- w "Last for some reason or '
roll. regarded as one I '" 1 year concert bands here.
has been Issued the pauper -'i
Permit by board of the finest highways in the state. other no Bradford county boys applied -
'.dty to Albert \V. Anderson for the On motion the agreed that The Alachua county end of the and a special effort Is to be -
INAUGURAL ADDRESS
and whenever the arch on Iload 13 on OF Tallahassee! In Holiday Attire
[ erection of a garage filling to make these boys
made to
I road Is expected to 'be Identical try
adjoinRitch's Clay and Bradford county line is Tallahassee, Jan. 8.-Doyle E.
station Walnut street, -
i Service on Station Construction repainted the slogan shall be and will afford a straight routeto realize Just what they are miss- Carlton, Democrat, today became
GOV. DOYLE E. CARLTON
Palatka and the coast to replace Ing. Florida's
work will be started within changed as suggested by the said most twenty-sixth governor.
'and
the long rough' stretch "Theso camps compare
committee.The At the same time John W. Martha
will be 40x
(ten days. The building with summer camp
formerly used.JUS1LEV -- favorably
matter of placing Mrs. Liz relinquished the helm of state after -
l 6o feet, of concrete block construction held throughout the country for

4 on the front, side and rear zie Bryant on pauper roll was laid/ : : : ....::1.1) Tallaln w: >e, K'rt.' Jan. 8. 1P2S-' proper notice. That provision In. which a. large: tuition U charged! a four-year tenure In office.

('walls of stamped steel imitation over until next meeting. placed WITHOUT: BOXll I am grateful beyond expressionfor plain, positive and generous It Into the boys are given fullest opportunity Tallahassee U garbed In flashrholiday
Mrs. Mary Prevatt was \ dress as never before for
blocks. : the honor which lit mine by protect rights that are sacred.I !. to lake part In supervised
upon the pauper roll at an allow. Green Cove Springs. Jan. 4._ the vote of the people I acceptIt shall, t therefore at \the opening!!: athletics, their moral welfare In the inauguration and thousand.

[ Building Permits Grow ance of $5.00 per month. .' Preliminary hearing of Ilary Moo- as a call to service, and shall, session of our legislature, bring closely looked after und from a poured In from all sections of the
For the first ten days of January Petitions of Primus Miller (colored stale for the ceremony. The cere-
1 with murder in the
'I ley charged In patriotism as well as gratitude, this subject before our lawmakers sanitary viewpoint them camps are ,
for Starke ).. *n,4JJ\>IrBfcJ3aa:: ....Qrlflis rnony was, begun!; at 10:30: a.m.,
building permits > first degree of on8""Darling" Carter, I I dedlrato. my talent to the happiness with the belief that they will join unexcelled Tr*Jnliwuf'lii" Amrfr [totalled $8,000, according to L. A. (white) were refused. held The de- I when the 'military escort left the
was Wednesday. of our people: and the welfareof me In defeating every local menRI citizenship: )fM dressed. In fact lathe
Davis, chairman of the street and The matter of fixing office for fendant held to wait grand I| I capitol to bear Governor Martin
was the state of Florida\ ure not offered In accordance with main objective, and attendance
building committee. Starke has county agent was Indefinitely post jury without bond. Robert Mc- / This day marks the beginning of constitutional renulreme I nts. Involves absolutey' no obligation, and his family to the building.

been building steadily for the past poned. I Namee assistant states attorney j I another era In Florida, with problems Wherever, therefore, Ve have I mural or legal, for military service. Governor Martin presided and
L two years the alleged!: slump In Bill for burial of Mr. Damon and L. K. Wade state consel, R, K. great but possibilities greater. wandered away from the constitution Furthermore not only Is attendance made the principal address, then
who died at the home of K. 3, the oath wan administered l to Governor -
[ other section of the state having Stillman defendant .
Attorney.for The next few years, as: no oth- let us return to the house of I at thBtje camp absolutely
: the effect of doubling building activities King was refused. er period lit our history: will determine -I our fathers, thus carrying our government IlrJo/ but Hi* boys Ixpensen are Carlton by the chief justice
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here in both business and The board, with the clerk, dep- of tile supreme court and seven- f
the term of two years. the destiny of the state. buck to the punple) and the paid by the government from his
1 uty clerk, sheriff and county at- teen guns boomed the governor'ssalute.
residential sections. Applications for county prosecuting My share of responsibility Is accepted people buck to our ftovernnient.: home to ramp, and from rump
torney were entertained at lunch There will be a parade
attorney were received from In a spirit of deep humilityand Speaking nationally as well as. back to his home again."
by Mr. Hill, the retiring chairman. : _. this afternoon and also an open
.
Recovers Automobile A. S. Crews and from K. M. Johns, with an abiding sense of my statewlse- Wo are becoming the '- --
Mr. house the :mansion A
With very appropriate remarks at recep- ,
The Buick coupe belonging to A. S. Crews offering to accept the dependence upon a wisdom greater most legislated and worst regulat. FIRST MEETINGSCHOOL .
wUc10se the
Johns, on behalf of the board, pre- tlon tonight day.
Norman Ives, stolen from its parking sented the chairman with a small : work for a salary of $25.00 per I than mine. In the fulfillment, ed people on earth. Our goal .
i place on Wai out street. last month and the fee alowed by law therefore, of the task to which I should ever be-Fewer laws and BOARD
token of their esteem.In '
gift as a County Officers
\ Friday night: at an early hour, was the matter of an addition to for each conviction which Is $5.00 am called I earnestly Invite the better observance; the lowest rea- ... r'

found Tuesday on the old Middle- bid for each conviction; and E, M. counsel of my fellow-countrymen sonable number of public officers; 'o o__ .'

| burg road near Kingsley lake un- the addition county jail to jail the following building was Johns offering to accept the wo k and Invoke the gracious favor of the highest possible conception of The school board met Jan. Oth, Take Up Duties
on
I damaged. Outside of some personal for the conviction fees alone, Almighty God. public service; with the following members present -

[ belongings stolen from the' opened Bid of: Quigley and Davis for the which is as stated, $5.00 for each Before dealing with the funda- A perfect machinery of govern- : II. D. May, A. II. Surrency Monday was the last day for the
nothing was missing and all conviction. The vote cast by mental principles of government and J. T. Moore. Board elected
i car, the sum of $4,000.00.No : was ment, however, will prove futile, old county officers to carry out
tires and equipment Intact. About other bids received. After ballot and E. M. Johns was elected. the proper conception of public unless administered by faithful II D. May an chairman. their duties, rellnqul-blng they;
of gasoline! remained for service, a constructive programfor Bills were examined and paid(
four gallons iderable discussion and on mo- Applications county attorneywere public servants who find In office posts to their successors. Tuesday.Of .
tin the tank.l'urrhases ..... con tion and second the same was received from A, S. Crews for the building of the state, I call their highest reward not In the Board met In Joint session with the courthouse officials, only
the allowed attention to the problem of finance the commissioners to select
unanimously accepted.On compensation therefor, material compensation It brings county three changes were made: Asses
t Property motion plans and specifications and from E. M. Johns for the sum and taxation so Intimately Inter but in the honor and glory which county attorney. On taking the sor, collector and superintendent
of $60.00 Since there woven with this as to involve the ballot the vote stood six for A. S.
a year. was come from a noble upright public 4
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brugger of of architect were acceptedon : of public Instruction, the first two*
a practice existing that the boardof very structure ,of our government.This service. Crew and two for K.: M. John.
Milford Conn., were visitors to basis of 60 per cent of two named being officers who had served -
.. problem must be solved an a Mr. Crewn was declared county attorney
E Starke Wednesday looking over hundred and forty dollars and the county commissioners\ and the The I'l-oblcin t>t (1l'olllt( | iiieiit : in other capacities and the
i some property they purchased In I architect was relieved of the supervision board of public instruction use or condition to our future progress.ItesiMet Among the duties of the chief mid salary llxed at $55.00 county siipterlntendent being the
employ the same attorney the said for tin f'uiiMtllutloii per annum, same to ha paid Jointly i
this section. They left Thursday of said contract executive, there l lit none more Important only new face In the courthouse
i for Tampa. St. Petersburg and other The board then adjourned sine, boards had a joint session and after The duties and powers of the than the ,choice of subordinates. by the boards.If gang.
to
southern end of considering the applications decided chief executive measured In the D. May was Instructed I In r
f points In the die. are by nature of things, The county personnel na
I will the to vote by ballot. A. S. the fundamental ]law of the land- with the of have the Donelly school at Brooklyn follows
the state where they spend O. W. Alderman, Clerk. change an administration made up as :
I winter months returning to Con- Crews HriertctI CTialrnmn Crews was selected as county attorney our constitution which I must there are frequent changes In seated and mude ready for opening 'I Clerk of circuit courl.-(]. W.

necticut in April. Mr. and Mrs. The, board of county commissioners for the next two years for ever resort, and which I swear to personnel, to meet the require- of school. Alderman.

f Bragger plan to spend several elect to-wlt: Drew Reddish both boards and the salary fixed preserve, protect and defend. All ments of the new administration The board deeded to M< M. County judge--Geo. A, Gardl

[ weeks here next winter. J. O. Crews J. L. Underhill at $55.00 a year, one half of which public officers. with me, must find Iln our change, however, no one Brlnaon one acre of land tha( was nero
should be paid by the county commissioners "Tnt this the chart and of will be for formerly deeded to board by said W. J.
O. W. Hinson and R. T. Osteen, for compass I. displaced personal reasons Sheriff- Epperson.
| Knsry on l.. H. I'tah the ensuing term of two years met and one half to be paid our official conduct-the greatest ; none appointed for political Brinson. Tax assessor-B. W. Haye

Lieut. Chas. R. Ensey, Jr., a at the courthouse at Starke, Brad- by the board of public Instruction.The safeguard of stable government. I purposes; no one denied a place J, H. Moore was appointed to Tax: collector-C. A, Knight.

i former Starke boy, now attachedto ford county, Florida, Tuesday salary of clerk of court was Perhaps the- greatest menace to except with regret. I shall share succeed J. T. Moore as trustee of Superintendent of public In*
| Utah will spend fixed at the sum of one hundredand the of constitution It the grief of all those Lawtey school,. he having resigned J, Grlffls.
the battleship January 8th. 1929 at 10 o'clocka. purpose our who may be structlon-A.
I part of his vacation during the m., and organized as a boardof Iwenty-Ave dollars per month. the evil of "over-government," disappointed In their aspirations to accept his place on the county County/ commissioners-District

|next few with Mr. A. H. Johns. county commissioners by 'electIng The salary of jailor was fixed at where each new III seems to seek for public service. It must be remembered school board 1. Drew Reddish; District 2. J. Cot

S Lieut. Ensey's ship arrived Sunday J. O. Crews chairman of said fifty dollars per month. Its remedy In some, new bureau, : that positions are few, The board discontinued paying Crews District 3, J. L. Underbill;f

fat Old Point Comfort. Va., bringing board for the term of two years. The salary of supervisor of reg- commission or public office, until -they will be fewer; applications for the transportation of J. B.Orlner's District 4, O. W. Hlnson; District

President-elect Hoover on his The chairman-elect" then an- istration was fixed at $20.00 per our goverpment Is rapidly passing are many-they will Increase. Regardless children to Keystone 5, R. T, Osteen.

[ return trip from South America, nounced that the board was readyto month. from the hands of the people to of our personal feeling, Heights school. Member of board public Instruction -

} the Utah having completed several proceed with the business as The matter of eliminating some the office-holding class. In the Interest we must think of each public office Being no further business the -District 1. James T. Moore J;

i weeks Intensive training In target presented. or all telephones In the courthouseand therefore of economy, efficiency In terms of service to the people, board adjourned to meet the first District 2, II. D. May; District 3,

[ practice with her big guns in Application for widow's pension jail was considered and laid and democracy, we mast rather than favor for the Indivi Monday February.A. A, B. Surrency.
until next regular meeting. J. Orlffls, Secretary.
i South American waters. for Mrs. Dora Holder at an allow- over keep our government as simple dual. Justice of peace-District 1. A.

& ance of $3.50 per month presentedand The board then proceeded to and direct as possible, with every Those so fortunate as to find employment IMN'KOHOX CAPTl'KKO: : If Harley; District 2, N, D. Waln-

1 Fifty Year Man same was approved. select not less than'21i0 names nor branch of the state's activity directly should remember that IIV NIIMUKF: WELLS!: wright Jr.ConstableDistrict.

Capt. S. A. Bryan formerly of The following bonds were presented more than 500 names from the accountable to some constitutional these are days when the people 1, J. H.
books of said county
|J4Uarker roadmaster for the Seaboard : Bond of W. W Bal den, registration officer who, In turn Is have a right to expect more of Gainesville, Jan. 8. Sheriff Lowery District 2, Albert Jen
from the several election precincts
Air Line Railway, was deputy sheriff; bond of V. R. Reddish directly accountable to the people their public servants than in timesof "Bob- Wells captured Herb Plnk- nlnga.

| 4unong( the group of Seaboard em. deputy sheriff; bond of J. B. and furnished lists of names so selected through the ballot. Useless office' ease and great prosperity. The oson Jr., in a house) In South Bond Trustees-District 1, L. If.
to the clerk of said board as
\ tlores completing their fifty years Sapp. deputy sheriff; bond of J. F. should be abolished; kindred functions burden of the taxpayers should bean Gainesville this afternoon. Hill; District 2. J. II. Ritch; District -
law. Said to
required by names should be consolidated all Inspiration to greater service 3, E. S. Matthews; District
of service with the company and Johnson deputy sheriff. After consideration ; Sheriff Wella celebrated his first
represented in the inaugural award all of the' above named be written upon slips of paper and to avoid overlapping confusingand by public officers Those who may day as sheriff by capturing young 4. O. Haynes; District 5, R. A,
to be folded and deposited by the
'of service medals made by Preslflat bonds were approved and ordered sheriff and clerk in a box under interrupting activities. I be tempted to UBe their office for Plnkoson an outlaw from justice, Week .

: Powell. Jr. Capt. Bryan entered flled.Applications lock and key and from said box the Menace of Local Legislation unholy gain to withhold service claimed to be the leader of a gang FLORIDA HTHAWBKIUUKH:

.' the employ of the Seaboardas for county physician names of Jurors to be drawn to The passage of I local legislation for which they are paid to greedily that broke out of nartow Jail after ARRIVING I.V CHICAGO

[ a. section hand In 1876. The were received from Dr. W. B. serve In 'the circuit court as prescribed without notice Is false to the spirit absorb excessive fees, or cling to ,,locking up the jailor and rob --

] Seaboard .nice* medal is of gold Parks and Dr. W. E. MIddleton. by law. and purpose our constitution. moneys belonging to the people, bing the Jail of all valuables yes Chicago Jan. 2._''Pony refrig
with The board decided to vote by writ Measures suddenly conceived and must catch a new vision of public terday morning. Learning that
and enamel set In the center There being no further basinets erators" are quoted at 35 cent to H
i a diamond. On Its face It bears the ten ballot and W. B. Parks was selected the board 'adjourned until next hastily passed do thus become the service. Plnkoson had married a Gainesville 40 cent a pint. The quotation,

t Inscription "Seaboard Air Line as county physician for the regular meeting which will be edict of a minority rather than an In the work which lies beforeus girl In Starke during the may suggest something else bat >;

(Railway-Fifty Years Service" term of two years.Applications held on the first Monday In February expression of the wfll of the peo- I shall ask no more of the low. Christmas holiday Mr. Wella had refer solely to strawberries from .

[and en the reverse Is Inscribed the for janitor were received A. D. 192. at 10:00: o'clockA. ple. The result are loiqultbus In Meet servant than aa your chief the house of the girl's grand par Florida just beginning to arrive .

recipient's name and the year In from Ernest Byrd at SS* M. many casea and unfair In all. executive I first five to the state enU watched believing that Plnk and as usual bringing blah prices
and W. W Coleman t I shall at all time be on the frontline would return her. That his
i which he began his dutle/ Cap- per month $ G. W. Alderman Clerk. where unexpected burdens are voted oson 11
{tala Bryan's many Starke friends $U per month. The board again on unsuspecting people. Pro- of service, and if need be surmise was correct U >proven by Miami -t Harrl. Winthrop and "

will be pleased to bear of the hon decided to vote by ballot and Ernest Lake Wale*-.New school: build- vision la mad la oar" state for sacrificed and shall' withhold no the captv* of Plnkoson. who I I. Co., complete $100.000 new brok- \

for bestowed upon him. Byrd was selected M Janitor Inc recently com .te4- acre.. passing ]local measure upon giving (Continued on Page 2.). now lodged in the county Jail. crags building a( Miami Beach.

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FRIDAY JANUARY li, t...
lArIO TWO BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH, 8TAKKK. FLORIDA -- d
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goes of passengers or freight fly- resource with no adequate effurt

Ing between Florida and distant I for Its replenishment; gin
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", 1'1 t; points than It was thirty years ago attention to those resource, whkp| ,
to foresee the Wright brothers can ever reproduce and by hum:

NO! : ( i making their Initial flight of a few supervision never become "xiiau,,.
v;S,. : tY F str M. 'JA rilr /. hundred feet. We must on the ed.

r. ; alert to take advantage of this \Ve Must IJullil By Kffun:
\ f e
\. Y great movement. I wonder if we too often 'tar.
\ T'! t I Our public improvements In the
1 t r r of our state as a place 'hes:t
build-
way of schools, other public wealth Is found rather than rea'',
'. :.: 1 and the like, have
: ings, highways ed. The ease with which It vrnt,
ill' nn' ill i'M'llt '] percent. in the last ten years.
land so responsive to labor. u mgestlve .
i cl..d.1 In:, I, Some of these Improvements are in
"" to enterprise and <
fillet/
Mini r. and,' l; : I advance of our needs but have pre-
+. : as Florida. It Is essentially
vontoiv) of \ .1 pared us for the future. I
land of industry, agriculttm
ditto for tt :;f ::3 ti A f, Certain public utilities, starting forest products. It makes n and
ep;
Nqblo, ai : 7, ZVi with the social population of 1900,
i peal to the man who work Our
the. Expt'ntalk N estimate that by 1940 Florida will
o 1 future lies In production and no
Dr.OVIT No! : i be the. home of over 3,000,000 people in promotion. Our reward must!

d come through labor; "The curve
no one Insurance companies twenty
of Earth's morning is the bleMln
t
farmer found their premium income -
"
years ago
of Its moon. Work-physical 1
general t: In Florida to be less than
P MANSION mental, spiritual, continuous\ -I Is;
January: ; i\ ,,4 $5,000.000. Last year It was $51-
For cUMharvest \ thousand percent. in- the warrant of our expectation Tome
000,000 or a the greatest material bletaln

FV E I crease. the Son of Man ever gave to the
best. : | The banks twenty years ago
'When lie ,
< world 'Was, came cot i In
woi .
date total financial strengthof
crop Is hi f gJd 'N 'v . s showed a In December of the pomp and pride of a king, but
>'' :;J ';Y '' 51000000. humble child of toll and thereby -
inblethat ., :. : .. strength was ten an
"a tc, ; ::' : : J'Y'; ) t last year their $518,000- lifted labor from the level 01

Hat of ," I!.,' .k$ ,, ;},, "'t).,'<".+." /', -/ : DUILI11iYul i t 000.times But greater as I or stated over in my plat- serfdom and crowned Let it talk with In glory)
BesourctjUema ; :i' xS1I and honor. us Our
.r- '1' t. ';t'jS' form: We must Improve our bank-
; -- homes, let us teach In our school
: ;
/
"J "" 'v> : :Y,,,"<,, ing laws and practices with provisIon from
feeds f let us proclaim every pla
for adeaquate examination and
: ; form of this great commonweal!
i I ; :; : ::0 strict supervision for the protec-
of industry and ell'Ol1as
gages, at,. aN > tion of and stockhold- the dignity
depositors
n bank '"'n,, "JiJ": : .v an inescapable condition to the

alt deb '"' 'w.. :.; ,; };::<1.''''' ers.Our future glory of the state. By the
twenty
Iv. : '* school population
-, < sweat of our face shall we build
'
years ago was only 130,000; now

; it is nearly 400,000-11 Increaseof Florida.
Final. Test of .t
.. ". qw I Manpower The
IIJSDFAKING POSE. "r. y. nearly 300 percent. Our school
1ty .t> ., '. facilities twenty years ago were Nation's StrengthBut

P valued at about $2,000,000 ; now in the last analysis the

y d > at over $70,000,000 l increaseof strength of a state Is not all foundIn

'" 3500 percent. its form of government or economic -

1, I Ir r l' Great wealth has rapidly arisenIn resources. Lowell reminds :

the state. We paid Into our us that the value of a nation Is

} national treasury in 1927-the last weighed inscales more delicate

complete report-as much and almost than the balance of trade as much ,

.. / half as much again Inheritance as to say, that It is the manpower

; tax as all other Southern linked with soul that gives
4
Copyr4i states combined. We were fifth in strength to a people-that manpower

the United States. Fairness on the which must be developed

i Cove-RoW A.NO ,, OFTNEH part of the federal government, through our common schools and

i (:1 n.GOY AGitrTS_ ENpS PEfJ.qIS Alo.- INTHG _MRS eAR.\.rO"-l r. 3 x GOViANOR, prudence on the part of the state institutions of higher learning

Ther y "U. -. ._. ..... A will make this the investmenthome ,which build nn.. physhenl. mental:
atilt arshort
\ I of untold millions. With ourboom
1 Concluded Page 7.)
( on
suit orl over, opportunities for profItable
11.1 investments are now such
( T I as to bring in capital as rapidlYas I
COFFINS & CASKETSand
$1With ti a + 7 we prepare the way.
I Our Everglades constitute an a Full Line of

the t' area of Immeasurable wealth, and
bid? J must be reclaimed in a wise en- Undertakers' Supplies
srndaslhenrt 'I gineering and a sound economic

) manner with regard to the futureas AUTOMOBILE HEARSE r

.rM11 s ( : / tILfl.5.g well as to the immediate pres- Always .n h.nd. Tk. k.it .."'..
of onthat e' th. lowml prl.liD....*. .tl.ntlo II
"I/ f 5' ent.The <. til.irmph .rtf.m.. "
state is rich In her forestry
bid Ifcout REGISTERED EMBALMER
$( \ poi slb11ltlell. At one time our lum- I

origT Itff r ber and naval stores produced one- DEWITT C. JONES I

t.J third of the state's Income, business STARKE. FLA.Simplicity .
'one 1 t 3t J and payrolls. We must, how- I I'ItIImmmt"m""J1piJClJWCpt"OOUPIJCIItJCIf
.
longer ever, guard against exhausting this ) I
part

tUl1i.e\. Uon : ,. iI I i

t t I

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6ecothe il',' ; a of
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110 government. Florida expects every is a feature

,,<> f citizen-public and privateto sszI
,' t !
tf answer the call In one common

I spirit with one common purpose. of the Ford
f >..,. '" ,f'<<' Our new
patriotism must be exalted
,
,... .<,',,,.,\.v ." ..., .,. and applied( to the problems of
,; ,.u',. )",v>W :,",:',!;"",''t;. ..',,>..'ffit.: .. peace as well as the trials of war.
,,
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"j' ." '.. ,f;;.. ,"" ". ,>..",fl.". ..... The uppermost problem-finance

!" : t and taxation-must be met with I

.i""; 'tl'"J, u: :> l Florida's First Lady wisdom and caution. The fact d el l ';I, i Ibt O,

..t.tf: .1" that nearly 25 percent of our lands
y off the books .
I,' are tax for nonpayment
(Continued from Page 1)) proaching too dangerously close to of taxes; that collections

that deadline now. have fallen off ten twenty and In
executive: power In helping public
Nod Our JIopoIt some cases fifty percent. in counties -
: IOneoJai officers to discharge their full Is, therefore, plain to see thata and municipalities; in the last rahmrthahm )lomaasrl __..
duty under the law,
> sound fiscal and a sane economic two years that the state paid out
Y :., Florida has been blessed by a policy lie at the base Of our future $707,380 for costs In making tax _
ic1 host of faithful J A COMPLETE water plant is The hot water around
public
servants,
_.5 1 development. We face this at every sales show that the problem is
5 ever loyal to her honor. Let us turn. Let us deceive ourselvesno serious. Investigations further disclose a part of every automobile the cylinder head is drawnto

haN at the beginning of this New Year, longer but meet with vigor (hat the default Is not wholly look of th-e state and will be fur hours, of seventy-five percent of as! it is a part of every modern the radiator to be cooled

renew our vows at the shrine of and courage the problem which due to inability to pay, but to the nished legislators and other pub I the wealth and population of our cily. by a centrifugal water pump
thkA our country, and with pride In will determine the destiny of our weaknes of our collection system,
_ our task and devotion to duty, state. This issue Is even more vital A reasonable tax equitably distributed lic officers to guide them. in their country. Not more than one-halt The purpose of this water of new design.

write across the life of this state, to counties and cities than to with a collection law that Is councils. to one-third the distance from our plant is to keep the engine The entire cooling systemof

In letters that will never die: the state, for state obligations are simple and certain. Is a necessary Let me warn you that relief can- centers of population as is our cooled to a temperature that the new Ford is so simplein

_ -"Public office is a public trust anda small compared with those of condition to the financial stabilityof not come In a'day. Miracles are nearest competitor. will make it efficient in opera design and so carefully
true public officer la a servantof counties, districts and municipali the state. not performed by man. We, as a
Great has been madeIn
progress ation. If it not for this made that it
were
all the people. people, cannot In a moment repair requires very
1. ties. Our interests, however, are We must next restrict the power highways. The road work will
U "Wo raiKA Our HOHOIUVCH bound the imprudence of years. We shall tile cylinder walls would become little attention.
llclt.tpt| > so together that weaknessof by which counties burden them go on-but In keeping with our
It Is well on a day like this that one endangers the other; a default selves with financial abllgatlons. meet, however, the emergency as I ability to pay as we go. overheated- and the TIle radiator should !If'

we pause to seriously measure not la one discredits the whole. In( one county ten citizens by a It exists and then with patienceand Our federal government has pinions refuse to operate. kept full of and

only. our political, but economic Ours must be a policy of rigid retrenchment vote of eight to two, bonded ther: fortitude, with confidence and spent in excess of $38,000,000 to course,
wisdom, build for the coming I The cooling of the drained once each month 8tJ
strength and security. We have and never dishonorable community for many thousands. In Improve the harbors and water system
had of years. uur path is clear. me so- Ford is interesting that sediment' will not collect
(an era unparalleled I repudiation. other places bonded indebtedness i ways of Florida. These presentan new particularly -
I, might say unbridled prosperity, The Program almost equals the assessed valua- lution of our problems is certain. advantage of immeasurable significance because it is so and retard the free passageof

and 'while great permanent progress I Every! branch of governmental tion. The multiplication of bond- Never was there such Intelligent to Industry and com simple and reliable. water. In cold weather,

has been made, much that Is activity must begin In New Year lug districts Is a menace to the financial Interest, such oneness of senti- merce. I a reliable anti-freeze solu-

transient has already passed with a strict accounting rigid security of the state. The ment, such readiness to act on the Travel by air now leads In pointof When the radiator Is! full tion should be added.As .

away. Abnormal conditions have I budgeting, organization from the duties now discharged by bond part of our people. ,Never were. progress, and promises untold of water the engine of the

left their mark on public as well : standpoint of economy, efficiency trustees should be headed up In the prospects brighter for a progress value to the state. It is easier to new Ford will not overheat owner and manager of
as private life to such: an extent and service. Unnecessary expenditures some county officer required to that Is permanent. From our foresee great air liners with car- this important
under the water plant
experience of the past we have hardest>!! drhing1.
aa to endanger the fine reputation must be eliminated; use- keep proper records, and make
caught the vision of values that Yet the is you should also see that the
of the state for a sane conserva less offices must be abolished. Men regular reports to some state auth- water so regulated
tion.For must be employed as needed, be- ority. Today, In the majority of will endure. I II I I that it will not impair. engine water pump and fan shaft

this we blame no one. It cause of their fitness for the task counties, there Is no central auth- The Fundamental l Strength of the ; operation hy runningtoo are properly lubricated and

Via, Y 1 Is a logical outcome of the spiritof to which they are called and their ority where one can find the obli- Hlrtte.Fundamentally TAMPA cold in winter. the packing around the

the times just passed. Hut the willingness to give the itate the gations of the counties and their our state Is I I II pump shaft kept in adluet-!

results are evident. We now find service for which they are paid. 1' districts. Authority must be centralized sound as the Rock of Gibraltar.Our is good market for The cooling surface of ment.
a
kr, { ourselves In a time of peace, bur- 'ttl&en': HesponslbllittesResponsibility and ...-.-.nnn.thllltw..-....-..... .miatA.---. -- climate, which Is a commodity I I the Ford radiator Is large,
[ dened with wartime equipment: does not rest upon fixed. that cannot be carried away, lathe I what you irish to sell with four row of tubes set Hose connections may
We have made triumphal advanceson public officials alone. Private cltl- There are three,parties at. Interest dream of multitudes.Our also need replacement after
n every front, but at a cost which tens must carry their share of the in the fiscal soundness of the location, once considered a I USE in staggered, position' so that long service. For those little

1 k l !. must now be paid. Weak spots burden and must Interest them- .state. First, organized govern handicap Is now by improved railways I each receives the full benefit adjustments it call

have developed in our financial selves In the affairs of their government ment which cannot survive exceptby highways, waterways and : The Classified Columns of the incoming air. The the !, pays to

., ,! structure. Public expenditures: either with or withoutthe taxes: promptly paid; second, airways brought into the center of I fan is of the airplane propeller on Ford dealer.

and I speak of county and municipal approval of their officers. Investigation the taxpayer who In many casesIs the nation's activities and lying In i in I type and draws air,; lie works under close factory

aa well as state-have become counsel, co-operation overburdened; third the investor the very path of the future trade I through the radiator at the supervision and he baa
The TAMPA DAILY
excessive. Our disbursements on the port of the private citizen In Florida securities who hasa and travel of America. !
; have exceeded our receiptsto will stimulate efficient public ser right to 'expect prompt paymentof More miles of railway were, In ,: TIMES I rapid rate of 850 cubic feet been specially trained and

I V.c an alarming degree with taxes vice. Too often our Interest In obligations. one recent year built In Florida I i iI per minute at luuu equipped to do a

tar too high. There Is, my friends, public affairs ends with an elec I These Interests must be protected. than in all the other states taken (I ,ltFloridaPs'Great revolutions per mIn- thorougbeompeteot

a 'deadline of cost In government tion. Moreover taxpayers can now This, however. Is not the time together. Some of these lines are I ute of the motor. job at a fair price.

which, when reached by the taxing best serve themselves and aid the 'for a detailed outline of program. ot) a. pioneering nature but they I Home Daily" I

_ L Mqi power, marks the decline of a state by discharging as promptlyas Information is being gathered :are prepared; for a great advance I

atate's prosperity. We are ap possible their obligations to the j t along all' lines affecting the out- 'By rail we are within forty-eight -_ Tampa I FORD MOTOR COMPANY



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.- JANUARY n. loan BRADFORD COUNTY TEi.non.trn. RTAUKK. Fi.onm. FACE: TnRJM: ;,
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:9 I WAS accidentally shot through the stltutloual amendment abolishing Florida 'ViIIB' !I .;;.:; ...... ':..... ............. .
It failed
stomach by her small brother both offices. of passage HAMPTON Rising
Rr New of Florida in Short because ot the congestion which : ;
r Paragraph Clyde, aged 8, while they were the legislature faced during the Cattle State"I 9 Mln Ail* .Mlmiu. ('..r. 1Mr. .. Louisa ?ormao toe. .
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0u 0 with their parents at a family pic last two weeks of the session. .................... ... ........................
nic on Horse creek. At the time ot -- '
I Ia the accident the children were FKJIIT BOIL WKKVII: know ot a single Investment \ and Mrs. H. D. \May had aa Mr. J. W. McRae was D. business t

Live State News with their mother. The nun, a KY lM.u\NTIMJ KAUl.V: of close to $5,000,000.: which guests thin week, Mrs. Ia"s sis visitor to Gainesville Tuesday and

1 .22 rifle, was accidentally dlcharg- I VAIUKT1KH: : OP ('OTTO would be made In Florida If the ter. Mrs. M. I. Andreu and daugh Wednesday.Mr. .

a ed. The bullet passed entirely I state would 1 enact legislation for ters. Misses Gladys and Edna, and Andrew Hillard Is visiting b'
r through the girl's body. She was Gainesville, "a.-One 1 of the the complete eradication of cattle relatives in this section this wek.
} Mr. and Mrs. Sllcbx, all of Lees-
diseases and for the reasonable
brought to the Arcadia hospital easiest and cheapest methods of' Mrs. J. W. Mcllae was visiting y
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES where she Is making a brave fight protection ot dairying interests. burg. her parents, \Mr. and Mrs. V B. t '
for life though physicians say her fighting the boll weevil Is by using I That Is merely one investment. No Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, *ho lias Wheeler of Starke Saturday afternoon

? condition is critical. an early maturing variety of cot doubt, there are hundreds which been visiting her sister Mrs. Best, ,

)I ...---- :--e-- ; ; ::'. a a a a ton, said Dr. W. A. Carver, assistant would follow If assured of protection of Macon, Ga., has returned to her Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and
Palm Beach Ex-Governor Alix I tics was omitted a Jacksonville Use of Jackson cotton specialist at the Florida' which Florida does not yet home here. family and Mr. Andrew Hllllard

I I d Smith of New York and a par- temporary, Injunction holding up ville's municipal: docks in the Initial Experiment Station, in a talk over give." A. C. Hicks, ST., and Mrs. Franres were visiting relatives in Lawtey ,
of six will arrive in Palm Beach I activities in these and several other movement ot mixed carload WRUF last week. .' The above quotation from a letter Johnson Clements, ot Gainesville Sunday. I

v three weeks counties, in an amendment to shipments of fruits and vegetables Even the early varieties need written by an Eastern businessman were married. at 1\I&c<'1enIIY,, Mrs. F Conner and Mrs. H. Ker- ,
s n January 16 for a I the order from Florida was extended by the the help of calcium arsenate poison to a well-known Floridian and Dec. 31st, Judge Mltlon of Macofficiated. sey of Jacksonville, were visiting

IIs k ucatlon at the Breakers. hotel. a a a a city commission in a special meetIng to beat the weevil he stated, but passed on to the State' Chamber clt'I1I1Y Mrs. II. M. McKae Friday.

Jacksonville There were no Permission to use part of the the use of such varieties Is the of Commerce, Is self-explanatory. Mrs. P. B. Hunt, who has been Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wllkerson of
Tallahassee Appointment of I "One-eyed" Connelleys cotton terminal warehouse as first step In that direction Dr. The day all\ Florida Is free ot the the guest ot friends and relatives Jacksonville were visiting at the
t among 1-,
i wo assistant state auditors was temporary headquarters was granted Carver mentioned that before the I cattle tick will mark a milestone In DeWitt, Va., halt returned to home of her parents, Mr. and Mra.
;, ,nnounced by Governor Martin. 000 aliens who tried to crash the the federated fruit and vege boll weevil arrived In this'state I It In the economic history of the her home!' here and reports a pleasant J. N Norman Sunday.

, Those receiving the appointments gate Into America via the coasts table growers, who told the commission was the practice to grow Sea I state. Because ot opposition It has; trip.: Miss Leltha McPherson of Frost

sere A. J. Henry, of Quincy and of Florida, Georgia and part of they were eager to take Island cotton and the late upland I I never been possible to obtain the Kev. Clarke, of Waldo preached proof, who has been visiting her

t Kent Pendleton ot Tallahassee. South Carolina during 1928. W I advantage ot the new mixed curio varieties, but this has now changed necessary legislation to begin u a at the \Methodist church lust fr'lend.rIlls\ Hazel Underhill, returned
e 'V. Eyester. United States immigration shipment concession as early as to meet present conditions. I tick eradication campaign on u a Sunday morning. home Monday.

r OeFunlak Springs Carrie Fox inspector for this district, possible. Continuing his discussion on cotton state-wide scale, but the work has \Mr. L. Wynn and daughters, .
n [\\orth, 6, died here as the result reported that deportations of em a a a varieties, Dr. Carver pointedout been progressing so rnpldly by districts MIsKE'stary\ Lee and Detain, were ANNE: ;\Il'IIOU4'IOl'H: I'1.,IY

Lt. Injuries received when struck bryo, but unannounced residents Tallahassee-GOT. John W. Mar that the most profitable varieties 'I during the last few years! shopping in Starke last Saturday.Mrs. .

Iby an automobile driven by C. Tl.Iilorne of America during the year had I tin Is worried about pardon board are those which mature I comparatively little remains to be M. L. Andreu and daughters Anne Nichols' famous stage
1 county engineer. The reached 1,000, exceeding those of matters. The governor, who sees early and which have an open accomplished In that direction. have returned to their home play "Able's Irish Rose" has been

r | lilld's mother, who witnessed the 1927 by 200.Vlnter I the end of his term as chief executive i branching habit with from two to :I Every district campaign against I at Let'Hburg, after a visit with transplanted to the screen by I) f
t > I a a a !, the tick has been beset with dlfll- Paramount and equipped with i
,. accident, absolved Home of blame. of Florida Just over the three long basal branches. The Mrs. Andreu'a parents, Mr. and tt
a a aI I I \ Haven Plans for a horizon, said that within: the past leaves should be small and not too cultles, but it is notable that once Mrs. T. M. Hagan. quality sound, featuring fuar Important fi

t Jacksonville Jack Dempsey "Polk county manufactured pro month he had been besieged by at I'I numerous. A plant with these characteristics I the pest has been eradicated the Mrs. C. K. Harper has returnedto sequences with tulhtog. A e

I liked his .slumber better thin he ducts" exhibit at the Florida Or least 400 persons seeking clemency allows the sunshine to people quickly realize the value her home here after a visit with beautiful musical score has been

e liked a chance to see Jacksonville ange Festival here January 22 to : at the hands ot the state pats through and reach the > of the work and there In not t it her sister Mrs.. Evans of Leaks- prepared for the plcture( -bq J. S. ,

e when he passed through here en- 26, are ready for presentation tithe board of pardons. "I have never, squares and bolls. I I county In the state which would vllle. Miss Zamecnlk. !

d route to Miami Beach. Dempsey's various communities of Polk 1 seen the like of pardon hunters in I Lint characters are Important return to the times of yore Scrub F. C. Gould und! family ot Silver "The picture opens afthe Florida tj

I trainer said the ex-champ had been county at a special meeting of thei my life," the governor said "They I In determining the' variety of cot 'tattle are being replaced with registered Lane, Conn., arrived here )Just theatre for a 2 days engagement tw

late and needed the sleep. i associated chambers of commerceat do not seem to realize that I will ton to grow, he said. The lint stock, small\ dairy herds; Saturday, and will upend the winter on Monday next,
up S a ae I( Winter Haven. The plan Includes not take the pardon board with should measure from fifteen-six are springing up here und there months In Florida 'Abie's Irish Rose Is not a

Clearwater Occupational license every town in Polk countyaccording me. It will remain here long after teenth: inch to one inch or longer I' and within the last few months a Mrs. Eula Easton ot Orlando, Is farce comedy nor is It a heavy

d taxes .Imposed by this city; to W. S. Allen of Davenport I am dead and.gon!;!.". The cotton for which thereIs small creamery has been establish the guest of her mother Mrs. H.F. drama. It.. II' cross between the
be tested in the courts. A local In chage.ot the meeting. S a a the greatest demand has lint of ,(i ed in Montlcello which now is producing ChuHRer and sister, \Mrs Eva two, a cross section of lite !itself "i,,',
' may bottling concern has refused to S a a a Miami-With one dead, one reported about one inch. The lint percentage 8,000 pounds ot butter Shaw this week, told In a series ot dramatic Bcenes.I'I

I a license costing200 and has I Key West-Wilson Johnson, negro near death, two In a critical or gin turn-out Is not as important I weekly. Mrs. P. I). Hunt was shopping In to which a :touch of comedy light IS'
' indicated pay that it would prefer to owes his life to the fact : condition and five recovering as these other factors I It I J. M. Lee Is an attorney at Avon Starke this week. ness has been added occasionally.'* ''I

t make a test case ot the matter. I that he has a hard head, accordingto from painful Injuries, a joint city- was explained. Park, and a member of the State Mr. J. II. Hayes was a buslneMS 1\I
r a a Patrolman Harold Key who( county investigation into the cause In vaj-lety tests conducted at House of Representatives from visitor to Jacksonville this week, Influenza evidently reachingthe

t Miami Thieves entered the surprised Johnson and two other, of a fire truck crashing into an Gainesville and In West Florida Highlands county. Before comingto Kev. Norris of Lacrosse, pastor 'south according to the dispatches lI't','V
. to break intoa scheduled. Mrs. Florida Mr. Lee was a resident of the First in the dally press and ,;
home ot Mrs. W. Nevill here and negroes attempting automobile, was the following wilt resistant varieties Baptist chUVPh here u i
I made oft with $300 worth of furniture I grocery When Johnson ran the H. A, Brown of Washington, D. C., have been found most productive of Fitzgerald\ county seat ot Ben will Jill his regular appointment while the attacks are mild compared '\

I including three beds, she. officer fired at him, but the negro died at a hospital early Thursday, : Rhyne's Cook Miller Hill county Georgia. Farmers and I here next Sunday mornln and with the disease In the !
reported to the police. The rob| only put on more speed, and Key) morning. She was one of four Council Toole. The following varieties landowners in Ben Hill county bit evening. north there Is really no reason for

,, bery occurred while she was ab thought he had missed. He was women, all winter visitors in the also gave good results but I terly opposed the cattle tick campaign The Ladles W..M.\ U., had a call an epidemic In Florida It: the people I'J'

sent from the city: The furniture, found later with'a bigknot.MII. 'automobile...>alFUcJc.i.by; Jhe...-fire 'are'susceptlble to wilt: Trice, nnd in that state: They"employ 'meeting l last \Monday evening In order will use the old remedy of Dr.
she said, was valued at $300. head where the bullet had struck truck. B. A. Stubble fireman, who Bottom's prolific. Another early, 'I ed Mr. Lee to represent them in : to make arrangements for the \faclenzle-rapetrult! juice and
. a and flattened against his skull\ suffered a fractured skull, was in a productive long staple upland variety ,the courts in an effort io preventthe I ensuing year soda If this either keeps off the

Winter Haven The annual a a critical condition and slight hope l Is Lightning Express.: _. dipping of cattle, and other Miss Alta Hicks IH visiting disease or makes the attack lighter ,

Florida Orange Festival, to be held Tallahassee-The state depart is held for his recovery, I steps necessary, Mr. Lee was con- friend and relatives In Georgia Florida folks should not fear the t'f"
J j 22 to 26, began to ment of public Instruction announced a a a ., .\ AMKllirAX: : IXIH'HTKVItUM'llii Hclentlous In his belief that the thin week liitluenzii. There seems to be
J here January $600,000( of straw ': > IN I'LOKID.V eradication campaign was a bud plenty of grapefruit and soda. '
take conceret form with the beginning [ distribution of Lakeland Movement Mr. and !Mrs W, O. Bennett ot =. ,
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of the construction of halls, [ to the common schools of Florida. I berries will be heavy from the -- I thing and went the legal limit In Hawthorne, were guests ot Hotel According to the "'ortfrer"\ '
j 1 funds totalling 604231. ot folk county during Unheralded and unsung, without an effort! to prevent operations in Hampton last
The
for exhibition purposes. The halls, berry belt I I' Sunday. Press, a program of expansion. and
J to be 40 by 250 feet, under, I|133, are to help schools of the various I the rest of this wee'';,.1t is indloat- pomp or ceremony, without lien Hill county I Mr. W. B. Alexander and family extension Involving more than
: are roof and each will contain fifty counties defray the cost of I ed. Platforms here und at Gallo- stock promotion or sale, and with I Two years ago while the Flqrldn I have recently been visiting in $150,000 Is announced by the In-
I i out the investment of a single dollar legislature was in session, Mr. Lee
operation. The distribution was busy. Greater cover protection I Uulnesvllle ,
booths. 10 by 10 feet. way are \ ter-Collnty I Telephone and Telegraph i ,
S made from the regular quarterly for the plants than ever be. by citizens of Florida, the drove to Fitzgerald from Tallahassee .._- / Company with headquarters -

Bartow Salaries of a number apportionment on the basis ot average I' fore, and this failure of what was I wheels of the first Tung 011 pro- to spend the weekend.Vhlle Thirty-three lieutenant colonelswere In }Fort Myern. The program
'
.; of city employes here underwent a dally attendance, from the Indicated to be the biggest frost during plant in the Western HemIsphere I he was there Ben Hill! county shipped named last week" by Gover of expansion Includes the building'
,
known the Wednesday have been set in motion, Its first solid carload of butterto nor-elect Doyle K.: Carlton to
: decided cut when municipal ofn- proceeds ot what is as and freeze ot the season comprise of a now trunk line from Jo'ortfy! -
dais decided that the people "de "equalization, fund" created to night, make a large shipping I and Tung Oil became definitely HU New York. The moment the his staff, to serve for the next ers to Mlnml. The two new ex-
.! for six Galloway al American product I 'lick was eradicated Jien Hill county four livery: ot the
manded" the reduction. The cuts help t the schools operate movement possible. years part change buildings will cost about ygj'
In the compensation of the months or 1 longer. ready has shipped nearly 18,000 I At Gainesville: the Alachua Tung farmers begun to increase) their I state Is represented In the appointments $3,000 each, and will bo constructed .F 1
were 011 Company a subsidiary of Ben ,dairy herds., the cattle of the old
clerk, municipal, S a quarts and the Lakeland platformhas and the lint Includes" men concrete blocks and stucco
'Hy\ ,manager and others. I Wauchula Strawberry shipments moved about the same amount. I Jamie Moore and Sons, paint and stock remaining)! showed an Instant i iI prominent In the legal fraternity, with built-up root and pine

nudge a from Wauchula are increasing I Such shipments break the record varnish manufacturers of New I Improvement and soon milk was tha president of u university, Moors t(, ;

\ Five days of mar- rapidly, 'with 3 reefers of 2quarts ,- for berries>> at this time of the year. York has harvested Its first crop I I being produced In huge quantities./ newspnpef> editors, merchants, .
Myers-
Fort I
Wednesday a a a of approximately 100,000 pounds A at Fitzgerald for the started
Ruth Underbill. i 800 being sent out a j creamery manufacturers, profeHslonul und ChlllcyConstru'lIoll
,rued life was enough for I ot former of nuts from its tung tree plantation of niantifuct urliiK butler i bustneHH .
I
I 17, and a Christmas romance i the largest single day's Tallahassee Orders purpose : ; men. nn new city building.. I __. ,
them -------- --- ------
ended In the courts. shipments marie to date this season Sheriff Sum C'havos, of Dixie coun- and started converting was a natural consequence And In '
She has sal just for divorce and an- flerrles were being quoted at i I I ty against any Indebtedness due Into one of the most valuable Ingredients May 1927 It began shipping In car-
tiled f. o. b., with the county should be of the paint and varnish loud quantities.
marriage to Ken 40 to 43 cents a quart i him from
neth nullment Robinson.of her She charaged that pints selling at about 23 cents. I|, honored by the (county, Attorney Industry tung oil sometimes termed I Mr. Lee now admits that while

bigamy in During the last week 108 reefers General Fred It. Davis has advised China wood oil. flxhtlng the Georgia tick eradication BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS
Kobluaon! committed were sent out, with this number court officials at Cross City. Cha- Heretofore, every ounce of this campaign he was blind to Its 4.

marrying her.a a I expected to be doubled during the vous Is now serving a sentence oil was produced In China The I advantages. He also declares that

Th'ere's one Florida next two weeks in federal prison at Atlanta for owners of the new plant believe ; the people of lien 11111 county, (!III.,
Sarasota I a a a contempt of court. He was sentenced that In a few years Florida, and, I to the last man would fight any attempt -
I booster that Sarasota hasn't any II Umatilla-Robert Maxwell, 13- with one ot his deputies. perhaps other Southern states, can j to return to the old system
use for. He goes under"the name 1 I Umatilla boy, killed the While the former officer has led supply not only the demands of the and the tick. Today he Is one of
obtained year-old
He
of "George A. Wilson.chamber ot season's deer bag limit In one day persons to believe that they wouldbe paint Industry but the demands ot Lhe most ardent advocates of tick "A A QUALITY" '

a number of after | with a .22 short rifle. The boy paid by the county Instead ot nfany other Industries, which are eradication In Florida
and,
'ommerce letterheads, woods orders on finding increasing uses for tung The story of Mr. Lee and of the ,
walking around In the came by him, and had signed '
forged
fluently boosting this city, two grown bucks Just before i Indebtedness due him from the oil people of Ben 11111 county is the USEFUL BOOKS FOR YOU
officials at upon :
the names of several stat'e and cash- the season ended Dec. 31. lIe I county, such orders should be honored It will take, four hundred thous- story of the people of every districtIn We have a series of helpful bookletsone
various cities ot the them both in short order Mr. Davis explained. lie added and acres of tung oil to furnish the the country which has bean Infested increase
bad checks. dropped for each crop-to help -
ed a number of alleged back to his home to get I however, that such claims oil necessary for American con with the tick and( which has -
a a \ and came I IFlorida's I profits. Sent upon request -
your
to bring his kill out ot should be approved in preference sumption. Such a planting would finally been freed of the pest The
}Fort Lauderdale Monty \Mey assistance! woods.: Roberts was hunting to one order in which It was declared I Increase cultivated acre- ''launching ot a tick eradication without charge-or come in

ers of this city was held at the the and did not even have the sheriff attempted to age about twenty percent and campaign Is like n dose ot casotr I and get your copies. It pays to
'ounty jail aa the result ot the I' small game with him. I transfer the account to his wife. bring millions ot additional dollars I I i oil, but when Its effects! have become know fertilizers. Facts prove Bradley's ;; ,,
death of Miss Irene Kae.tzel, 21, 'a dog conceivable for dollar
i a a a to the state. It Is ; apparent the patient pay more profit every
of o Middletown\ ., who was> kill I Homestead Completing 240 won.1)OT JIOI.KHT! MOTOIIISTrt that the tung industry'- may outstrip I wouldn't take a thousand dollars invested in fertilizer. '-
I ..
I'llI'hen/ her automobile collided unbroken sleep Mrs. S. I I the citrus Industry It the predictions for it
head oh with a car driven by Mey( hours of I of Its pioneers are realize i -. -- ------- .- Roberta"l
ot S. Schuler, who fell asleep Christ- J. \V. White & Son C. W. "
ers. Several other occupants in- mas Eve; and bas since failed to I Constable Colin Howell of Fort ed. -- ""lIler....
escaped
Miss Kaetzel's machine from the office I At present about one million
I remained: In the samertupol' Myers, operating
,
I awaken
Jury. I All efforts on the part oti of Justice ot the Peace J. B. Con- : dollars! Is Invested In the four WE WANT Starke Lawtey
S a a I break has resigned rather than har- thousand acres of trees under cultivation 1
the family and physicians to yers, I uthorl",1 ",\ A QUALITY IVtIIUer '
Jack Demp- i i : I II
Daytona Beach I the for extracting
and factory
slumber have failed. The pa- ry motorists, says the Fort Myers ,
*ey would like to be a "visiting Itlent her steadily weaker ; Tropical News. Howell became I the oil. Another thousand -: YOUR -.
he announced I : Is growing :
fireman here February 1. this win-
difficulty In giving her constable last summer after serving acres will be planted
at through I
as his train stopped of Fort My ter. I BUSINESS
Only a few spoons as a member the :
New Smyrna for a few minutes at I nourishment.have been given her i ers police department, ahd In November The announcement of the success Look for this It I la yourguarantee '
milk
'
of -
noon. Dempsey said he would like I full she has been I was elected as an Independent of the tung oil experiment In cat on the back t 1
periods
to see the firemen's benefit boxing ,I and for long swallow. I' over the Democratic nominee Florida, coming almost simultaneously We11.ell you the highest of every ban ,,i at quality 'If;
program in Daytona Beach the first unable to S a a a I'I and a third candidate because ot'his with the announcement on t,rr qualtty-GOOC-

of the month. Beach-Heavy firing'|' popularity December tenth by the United j YEAR ALL-WEATHER
West Palm
a TREAD-"The World's ,
ot Commerce
oft Atlantic Beach, near The Tropical News quotes States Department
Flartow-Seats are now being at Jacksonville sea Thursday night was friends of Howell In the police department that experimental plantings have Greatest Tire." .1

built for the Polk county chorus his vessel and as declaring he had resigned proved that rubber yielding trees And tire
give
fight between a service -
you
which will sing at the dedication not a but merely shots as constable after a dispute and vines can be grown In Florida, before U q
at runners you never got
of the Edward W. Bok carillon rum leaking rum vessel with the justice over a policy with has given much encouragement to
Mountain February I, according fired to sink a bullish on thetate's skilled, willing and The that I't
Lake Boatswain Johnson of the regard to tramc'vlolatlonll. Because those who are drink
sincere.
to advices reaching here. In town In the agricultural and Industrial
boat 94 said when the of the heavy costs
The chorus will King as one ot the coast: guard craft docked here. The patrol justice court persons who mightbe possibilities Phone or bring us your beside I

dedication features which will be patrol was the object of search fined $1 would have to pay a But those who have the Interest order now.HITCH'S belongs ,
attended by President Calvin Coolidge boat foiled to report to total of aa much as $15 This Constable of Florida at heart must exercise' I:
after It I chair 4
his today base at Fort Lauderdale following Howell regarded as exhorbl- every precaution to see that these I a big.,easy Adtel ;J'J'J i
a a a a with a confiscated I ant and he declined to make arrests two successful experiments are not a! .. ,
Key West-Search by a naval departure I for petty offenses In orderto made the basis of a new land boom
launch and a coast guard cutter rum ship a In a tow.aNew drum up business for the court. or stock promotional fiasco In the I j'I ,to / I J{ .

failed to discover a reported $60- Smyrna-A buck, deer The constableshlp. the Tropical Sunshine State. But a small percentage C II Ii I f
000 cargo of liquor or traces of of escape from News says it was Informed, is of the land here l is suitable II !
the motor vessel said to have carried seeking an dog avenue, took refuge in a worth as much aa $200 a month toan for tung trees, ; the development I ;;- & IT"I I. ,'

it to Eastern Dry Docks where a baying house near here, only to be "active" officer. of the industry must of I ,

the vessel was said to'have been school killed by a railroad worker. ) Legal authorities have declaredon necessity be slow. Considerable !
wrecked. It was rumored here later through a window numerous occasions that thereI capital Is required to plant a sizeable -
Jumped
that the liquor cargo was taken The animal of tile home economics depart- I no justification lot the existence I amount of acreage and years : i I'i'y

from the wrecked boat and ment and hid In a corner. A group :ot the office ot Justice of the placer I must elapse before the crop becomes / $ adaySTAUKR \ 'I

brought ashore by local liquor onlookers, sportingly inclined, constable except that the constitution profitable. Anyone Inter- 1
dealers. of all windows ot the provides for them. There ested In the production of Tung
S a a then opened within their oil should first consult the State' 1rsI. :, '
but one, to give the deer a I Is I nothing province as : :
Tallahassee Contract for the room, to escape. It crashed officers that cannot be done by Department ot Agriculture and COCA r<< ,

construction of the so-called scenic chance the unopened window and sheriffs and district attorneys. and the Agricultural Department ot the BOTTLING CO. ,, '
highway in Escambla county was through subsequently brought at the last session of the legislature University of Florida, at Gainesville I \

being let by the state road depart- fled, but was a resolution was IntroducedIn before venturing any money I I j .

ment to R. B. Lasalter and company down. a a a both senate and house to submit la tang oil lands or the manufac- IT BAD TO B GOOD TO' caT WHaaZ "

of Jacksonville. Road work Arcadia-Willie Hayward, U, ,to the people for ratification a conm.yyF.t tner of the finished product. 8EIIVICE"STATION: ,
in Eacambla and Suwannee conn- tfrnIlY. .

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':I .trAGE FOUR ._ ___.,.. = 11ILA1bF01I COV11TT TELEOfAPIL 'ATAAU,YIt1RIDA --- i --- --

l MRS. MISSOURI W WULKKRSOX after a'short Illness': The deceasedwas ;;*;e..e......;;;.......< | Miss "Ressie'j -'Ctovei'settle spent A Home demonstration fttl

well a. known resident of | the week at Hampton visiting her book is being published by the

V tllitU TW'' Jacksonville Nov 10.--Mrs. Jacksonville, having lived here all I THERESSA' sister, Mrs. Cyril Manalre.,, county.council of Walton county,!
f OClct I died has friends; ,. ;Miss Rhoda Zclgler, Cor. > ,to Mice Eloise
; r $ lJ Missouri Wllkerson. 72, at of his life and many TV. T. 'Weeks of Starke.was.at according Mcr.rijl

"1.' her home, 3001 Lackawanna avenue who learn with deep regret of-hIs :............t.........a tending to business here Friday.Mr. i home agent. In this book win |lit J

I'"' yesterday morning following death. Surviving him are his wid- and two Eugene Heiberger:: was a outlined tile plan of work tar( th,,!I
L. Andreu
rf. NOL an extended Illness. Mrs. Wllker- ow, Mrs. Cora Green of this city; Mrs. M. visitIng visitor to StfcttwCSa.tur.day.: > ;' ,' year, .l ogether with} dates ru, aymeetings jj
.
of Leesburg, were -
J1'IEItTING I sorr' was a native of Georgia but four daughters. Mrs. C, J. Passleu, daughters
Hampton -
of ,
< I OK GIRLS W. M. H. HOLD FIRST MEETING had made her home in Jacksonville I of Folkston. Ga.; Mrs. Myrtle Mrs. T. M. Hagan and Mrs. Mrs. MatCiMgtaalre vlslllng'1\trs'W': A., Jones ', !NN. ". ,-
She of Grand Crossing MissRuby.Green H. D. May for a few days, arriving was
for the twenty-five Compkln
'I-I I It AUXILIARY OK TilE YEAR : past years. j The..Dada County Papaya ,nrOIl;
: h+ ,v i ir I was a member of the Woodstock and Miss Allie Green, here. Wednesday morning and returning last, Mr.Tuesday.and 11'1'"Jim\ \. Koon and era' Association' has adopted thi.|

'itPIU' lit or' ,t ti. The Girls Auxiliary of the Baptist The Woman's Missionary Society Baptist chruch. Those who surviveare (Atlanta, Ga.; three sons, Fitz Sunday. :MIss""DorothY, of Waldo variety known as No. 28.53; a8the
church held three daughters Mrs. II. C. Green of Coral.. Gables. Marshall A crowd of young peopleform- I daughter,
i. 'II'Idcddt' of the Methodist Pad- standard for the county,
an t'"'' church met at the home of : Misses the week-end with J. P. ana set:
for
'Iny.1II1' f its first business meeting of the Norton of this city; Mrs. Sadie Green of West. Palm Beach and ed a surprise party I spent of this variety baa been distribute) !
Mrs. W. J. Epperson at 4 p. m., Gladys and Edna Andreu on gett and family.
afternoon at three Knight of Henderson Ark., and Eustis Green of Jacksonville; two '
uiulvoniory on Monday to" by -J. D.
year visitor 600 'growers
: of' ; 'It.'D'. May was a nllley!! ,
<>rf i Monday afternoon. The president, o'clock!J at the church. Members Mrs. J. A. May; four sons S. J. brothers. N. W. Green and C. H.: Thursday evening at the home Mrs week. county i ge )

date for tu!; Thelma Silcoi opened the meeting answering to roll call were: Mesdames W.: R. and D, E., Bowen. all of Green;! of 1)eLand'and, six sisters. Mrs. H. D. May A good'" time' Was I I to ,Hampton one Draw day. and last son. An- ll.tf

Noble BKrl>' bY'a' scripture reading found In J. II. Bitch J. W. White, Jacksonville,, and A, J, ,Bowenof Mrs. D. L. Hodges, Mrs. W.<, L. enjoyed b3l''all. Mrs. 0. A. .aMba West dtA lmd-gene-; .
visiting yrIc1yQesaAarlwilte #
C.! M. Wilcox ofLeesburg. I drew of Tampa are
Expert!| H': 1C Ferryman.. R. A. Weeks, A. Tampa; one sister.Mrs.. George Hodges and Mrs. James Nelson ofHllllard 'Mr1 and, Mrs. ; '
' for talk over ., i first Psalm, followed by'a .prayer, W. Anderson W. E: Middleton WjUkerson of Maxyllle, Fla.,..and: ,. Mrs. Isa Bla?k., pf Raleigh. were dinner guests Of. home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S..Sibley. ( building I reconstructedconcrete inti
by Mrs. Epperson. James brother II. Austin of N. C., Mrs. Ada Underhill ', Mr.'and Mrs. H. D. May Sunday.The Mr. and .CII' A. Youngbloodhad
Dr. Nobjjno !{' L. A. Davis, A. B. Coburn one Starke\ Sunday Mr. West Palm! Beach Interstattl
'." the transaction of general' M. Rooks Fla. ,by the family of Stark Mrs. You Lloyd of farmers of,our section were .s their guests
one d"| -t After Plckerlll, W. G. Halle, E. Accompanied pnd' of Jacksonville Air Lines, Inc., will stop here
the will be taken this morn- Hllllard, thankful r'a good raIn, which and Mrs. Mabry OA
farmers foj business, the following committeeswere and Miss Amelia Ray. body I A. J., air line between Miami
and passenger
( will leave fell Friday night which was much Mrs. A. J. Lowery son |
general fa,) 4 appointed by the president The 'newly elected president ing to Long Branch cemetery The funeral cortege also and Chicago.
Jacksonville,
k January 1 j Mi's. J. H. Hitch, presided over the where funeral services will take i the parlorsof the Marcus Conant needed for the strawberry crops. Mr. J.'H. Hall of
For cltrut I t ,:. for this year: session and Mrs. J. W. White place this afternoon at 1 o'clock :Company at 8:30: o'clock Thursday I Miss Rhoda Zeigler visited Mies Mr. aid Mrs...A..n..McGullvary and

harvest la''jj Program committee Mary ,transacted the duties of the secre- ,the Rev. C. E. Lubin pastor of tbe morning for Bethel church near I June:Adklna of Hampton part of children of Gainesville. _

best. Pot! 8 :' ,JBrownlee, Daisy Tompkins. Mil- tary. Among other business, the Woodstock Park Baptist church Dyal where services will be held last week. Mr. L. G. Sibley and Welch Tyreof I

date wou",'' "' dred Uriffls. president appointed a parsonage" officiating. Interment will be in the at 10 o'clock.: Interment 'will be After enjoying two weeks vacation Putnam Hall, were here Sunday I Say it with Flowers

crop l Is hall i Personal Service committee committee as follows: Mrs. A. W. family lot under direction of the in the family lot in Bethel church the Hampton grammar' visiting friends
had
r Dickinson Flowers For All
In hist. y All G. A.. girls with Alice Silcoz, Anderson Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Seashole Funeral Parlor. cemetery. school children of our section'are Mr.and Mrs.'J. P and I

a ;{' J chairman. Mr... ....F.+ Smith.On ., g la d to. b s at .1..u.-_.'_ atu d lee ago 1". aa their guests- Sunday. Mr.
list of r 'r Social committee Marth.. the 21st Inst. the two cir J. L. HODGES !Mrs. Cora Green was formerly I Mrs. David Jones .of Hampton, Mrs. Cooper,.and' children, J. B. I Occasions

Resource! .t.> \ Brownlee Sunshine Hundley. Mel- clee-will meet at the home of Mr. a resident of Starke, being remem was visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Dickinson and Lucile Dickinson,
Items a .t.that ba Silcox. I and Mrs. L.' A. Davis and will have J. L. Hodges of Hampton diedat bered here as Mrs. Cora Cason. L. Sullivan and family here last all of Jacksonville.Mrs. I Gertrude Godbey
little
feeds antchinery ( Missionary committee Fannie as1 i guests of honor several prominent the home of his daughter Mrs. e week. B. C. Powell and

{ ; Silcox Lucile Edwards, Eunice Ca- state workers.MISSIMABEL II. B. Wiggins< of Starke. Monday CARD OK THANKSWe Among those who were attend- daughter, Merry Joyce and Mrs. H I Anderson
of E. Moorer;Dt Putnam Hall were
gages, an i : ztova.: I night following an attack pneu- ing to business in Starke Saturday:
bank. ? A,Jan I The following program was ren- KLL.KR' : monia. Funeral services and burial desire to express our sincere afternoon were: Mr. .and Mrs. A. visiting their mother Mrs. C. II.

debt '." r j tiered: ENTERTAINS.; were held at Santa Fe cemetery ( thanks to' the'' ,kind "friends for L. Sullivan and little son, Othma, Youngblood last Monday.Mr Phone St Waldo, Fla.

;: Tbe Boy Who Choose Disgrace of Tuesday afternoon '4 'd'clock. Rev their assistance during the'U\ness\ Mr. and' 'Mrs. C. Sul van'ay3'chil" \,- ,.J.: .P. Dickinson was a business
1 and Found Greatness 'by Thelma Membera the Afternoon G. P. Raymond officiating: and 'after the death'of our loved dren. visitor tod Starke Friday.
I .

t Tbe Heart of a Hero byMrs., W. 'day afternoon at the home of Miss JEAJiXKTTK! YATES offerings. W. E. Yarbrough' Mrs. visitor to Starke and Hampton Bon. Huth-Dennison and Alta Mc-

A +r J.: Epperson.Be Mabel Welter which- was. made. at- R. S. Fernandez and family. Wednesday of last week. Gullvary and Wilson and J. B. FLORIDAf
1 II the Best by Mildred Griffis.a tractive with a profusion of narcissus Jeannette Yates 3, died at the s R. C. Heiberger was a business Russ motored to Keystone Heights

One Tenth of a Million Dollars and fern. home of her parents on the Lake KICVIN OHTKKX visitor to Starke last Wednesday.Mr. I Sunday afternoon., ,

by Melba Silcox. Divinity' was served on tables Butler road Thursday January and Mrs. Ben Powell and Rev. S. II. Dodd preached his Theatre

t"'I If God Will Help Me by Sun'' during the afternoon. When scores 3rd after a short Illness. The Funeral services were held Sun- children of Putnam Hall "Were'vlslUn regular; sermon here Sunday after- Home ''of VitaphoneGAINESVILLE

tthlne Hundley. were totaled, Mrs. A. Z. Adktns body was burled In a Clay county day at Long Branch cemetery, << relatives here Tuesday. noon.

i, I The Way to a Happy New Year. received a boudior pillow as high cemetery the following day. Clay county, for Ervln' Osteen of -
"by Martha Brownlee. prize and Mrs. O. L. Haynes .as Maxvllle whose death Saturday
JCopyrltl' Delicious refreshments of hot second High a dresser scarf. J. T. MARR followed an illness of several! days.

chocolate and sandwiches were Fruit salad saltines. hot rolls Programs Week Com-
( ''' nerved. and lea, was 'served the following J. T. Marr; 62, of Highland NOTICE. OK HTOCKIIOLUKKSMKKTIXO mencing JAN. I4THIS

Martha Brownlee, Secretary. guests: Mesdames O. L. Haynes, died January 3rd from an attackof

J. C. Robinson, A. Z, Adkins J. C. influenza. Funeral services
There ) ) ,:JIIUH CLUB MKHTH: Hoover, L. Wyman E. Burns,' R, were held at Long Branch cemetery Notice is hereby given that the Million People Can'tBe

stall arlr I w F. Demorest E. M. Johns, Taylor Clay county, Rev. Philips of- regular annual meeting of the Wrong
.short eu .Mr. and Mrs U. F. Demorest Belcher J. L. Frazee, N. Stern- ficiating. Besides his daughter. stockholders of the BanK of

suit iii ,. entertained their bridge club I befg and Hollis Knight. Miss Ollie Marr of Starke several Starke Starke Fla., will be heldIn See a

I t.1 f; Thursday evening'at their home. other children. survive. its banking rooms at Starke on r
CII! ,' Bowls of narcissus red and JUNIOR LEAGUE: PARTY Tuesday.. January 16, 1929. 7:30: ,
-
UirWith white japonicas enchanced the ('Olt.JEt.LiN p. m., to elect a board of directors
$tt pt : a cheerfulness of the living room Miss Dorothy Bitch Miss Dor- for the ensuing year and to trans MONDAYTUESDAYAnne

.the bl d l lbU where the guests spent a merry, othy White and Marlon Rooks en- Cora Decanlln 27, died Friday,, act such other business as may THERE ARE NO Nichols'"Abie'8
? T : 4 evening. tertained members of the Junior January 4th at her home'In New come before them.

undestrlheart] Toasted nuts were served on the League of the Methodist church River following an attack of penu RAWSON J. DAVIS Irish Rose"It's
< i} '. tables during the progressions at Thursday evening from 7 until 10 monla. Funeral services was held It. Cashier WEAK{ LINKS IN
1 .
.l'he\t the close of which Mr. C. A. Knight o'clock at the home of Mr and at the grave Saturday in New River e On the Screen

nt one tt.!; received silk socks for top score Mrs. J. H. Rltch. cemetery. KIRK: KIIL. PLUS
F that OUR CHAIN!
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins a sliver Various games and contests were
Lid on r7 Talking News Comedy
li\TH: OK MHS. W. K.: Y.UtIUtl' e
coursajoriginal>> I r boa bon dish as high for the ladles. enjoyed by the young people durIng Members of the Starke Ore com
/ the evening at the close of ( II pany are requested attend the This bank is STRONG Matinee: and Night;

': I' r' The hostess served a tempting which refreshments'were served. first drill since the holidays on STRONG IN SECURITY, 13.3(1: 1345; :
chi' \ Louise Yar- -
: Mrs. Margaret
i one 1, I Ipartne salad course to the following: Mr. : Those present were Miss Fred- next Monday evening. A full attendance HONESTY and
COURTESY
longer r|" 1 ,,,: and Mrs. A. Z, Adkins Mr. and I rlka Struth leader Murla Weeks, brough, eldest daughter of Mr. and is requested as matters, WEDNESDAYJACK
{ Mrs R. S. Fernandez of Starke SERVICE.This -
tunityx Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Kitty Itodsed Marjorie Stump, of importance will come before the

\ > tI.'${'. It. C. Wall Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Evelyn Stump Lois Long Dor- died at the home of her mother meeting. H., C. Wall. Fire. Chief. bank stands ready to HOLT
Friday, January 4th after an illness --- --- ---
--- In
on, the Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. othy Hitch, W. 'T. Weeks Leslie
CM{ Johns.: Biggs and Marlon Rooks. lasting several days. Funeral serve you-as it serves many
() services were held Sunday afternoon I I II important business houses In "The WATER HOLE"
suit (Qi A'A't WICATIIICH SUMMARY: FOIl YKAU lt>:38 3 o'clock at the First Pres- town. A Zane Grey Story
church Dr 11. I I II II
t tuive ? byterian George .. With Complete Score:
Lowry, pastor officiating, Inter- I er +I We transact business a" 15-50 Mat. & Nlte 15-50
t> ,.: ::! ::!
-, :ell. g. aI ment following at Crosby Lake I, I II business-like way-.-.we':: are ", "

.l11: S Sl I s cemetery Serving as pallbearerswere Ii II i modern in every respect "
+ I -I 2 THURSDAY FRIDAY
:, \| I Ix :: ... Messrs. R. J. Davis, T. T. I
!! Long C. N. Christy, E. M. Davis I Just come in and consult
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; !I j; CLARA BOW
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i + oum tt' ..- a CII Powell Carpenter C, A. Knight; 1ISwe'll tell you the
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I. .. .s eF ::t "f y honorary Messrs. J. M. Truby H. I many advantages {that accrueto In

,. '+ n I' ,.. ;rtt h. : AI ::::. II. Young, N. B. Hull H. L. andJ. letting us handle your fi- "Three Week Ends" qi/!
.. -'. I, ..: '1 'b: : a$ :::: w v d M. Brownlee C. F. Hoover J, nances.
1i } { .SA,. :" "f.: a Q :s Q H. Hitch F. A. Scott. : I II WHADDAYE SAY BOYS
c.q 15-50 Mat. & Nlte 15-50
) s 5 :afe CII -.i-o.41 i-o Mrs. Yarbrough was born in I I Bank
s? ? Bradford
-= Starke Sept. 7, 1904 and becamea County
..t* : ; &. 3 -a Br member of the Presbyterian I I II SATURDAY
t t o i
r < < < .H .a:: oS church at an early age. She .attended
I EVERYTHING IN I Bradford County's Financial Stronghold "The Wedding IJlarcll"Hyn'hl'onlz''fl
.1..,. the Bradford High School

,s : January.. J: a-__1____63 40 60 .55 78 16 graduating in 1922 afterwards! attending ? I HARDWARE{ I STARKE, FLA. Production

t '. February _______-,.67 46 60 2.75 83 31 the Florida State Collegefor With

( March ... ..,-: ______.>__76 63' .63 4.08 88 38 Women, Tallahassee. Later she 1 ERIC VON STROHEIM I

April _ ..,?______--__77 55 66 11.03 87 39 completed her training at the I Everything .In hardware
May.. ______..:______82 61 70 4.29 91 46 Florida Business College In Jack- that you might possibly need The- Man You Love-to Hate

June _________i..__91 68 77 7.07 98 60 sonville. can be found In this shoat\ Mat 1.V4O; Night 15-50
.. __ __ 79 7.12 96 69 She was united In marriage to lower prices than elsewhere.We .
July _____ 92 72
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August _ __i: ________90 72 80 4.90 96. 69 W. E. Yarbrough on September 9. handle 'anything froma n

y '; t September __.,,._..___86TO: 76 14.21 95 61 1925 residing for a while in Kew- washer to a washing ma-

c dot \ October: .. _?______-- ",,82 64, ,71 4,09, 88 61 annee. 111., before permanently locating chine or from bolt to a boil
evi c ? November __ ________;L.71 50 69 .33 83 29 In Pittsburgh. To this union er! 1

t hart $December __________66 45 63 2.23 78 29 two daughters were born. Fay

4. ,the le.MF Year, .. .. _,.__...,-______79 '68 > 66 62.6398 16 Louise, Sept. 27, 1926.' and Mary All our merchandise Is GOOD
,F f The total rainfall for 1928 was about 12 Inches above the average' Alice November 5, 1928. trustworthy and guaranteedto

tor the past 60 years (Jacksonville office), 21 ins more than we had Besides her husband she Is survived give satisfaction.We .
I by her parents. JJr. and Mrs.
I I. In 1927. But practically the same as 1926.
e l 1 The average temperature for 1928 was 3 degrees below the average Fernandez and two sister. Misses specialize in household
i Isabel and Alice Fernandez. hardware. I
I, for the past fifty years. I
; PRINTINGInspires
February March and October were warmer than common while
r WILMAM .1. HUX: :
r' 11t I. .du ,the other hand the summer months were cooler than usual for -- DeWITT JONES I
Ir ''Cl June, July August and September were about 2 degrees below the Jacksonville, Jan. 9.-William

5 f average.. J.f Green 62 buyer for the General HARinVARK I Confidence

j. .yIFTII SUNDAY IMKKTINO: er Outdoor Advertising Company in -, -
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OK NEW: RIVKK: UAP- The election of officers .took this city died yesterday afternoon --
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t ASSOCIATION 1IImmfmJIJ") "" 'nXI: ( '
place and resulted In the
J', reelection When you send out a poorly printed circular, 'you
of Mr J. T.
; Harris,
as presI- .,
The Fifth Sunday meeting of
f dent Mr. Truby Pinholater as make a very bad Impression upon its recipient.
.., the New River Association conven-, clerk.
_ Choice Strawberry Plants When you send out a well-printed circular,
\ you
'J t' with the
> \ ed First Baptist church Sunday the devotional was con-
; of Starke, December 29-30, 1928. ducted by Rev L. O. Sheffield of inspire confidence and respect.

': *. '!, The meeting was called to order Gainesville Florida.
The quality of your printed matter reflects! the
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1\' by Bro. L. W. Klcktter who led Mr. J. F. Klckllter, Supt. of the and Improved ,
'f'f I have plenty of good Improved Missionary dignity and'distinction of your business enterprise.We .
the devotional for Saturday morn- Sunday school at Starke took I

A f: +r "i,!" ',ng.A. charge of the Sunday School. Rev. Klondike, berry plants all from young beds state do expert printing at the lowest prices possible -
"\ motion was made and carried O. P. Raymond delivered an ad.* 1
; you have nothing to about when
..c f 1 I. that a letter be written to Rev. H. dress on "Giving" which was followed inspected and passed we Florida permit to ship worry you
; carry
% place a printing order with us--the work will be
"W.Bugg
s stN.y ..Ht expressing our regret by a beautiful solo by Mr. )
that be was ill and -unable to at- John Powell, of Starke. into your state. We can fill any order at 1000, $2.75; turned out promptly, dorrectly, and will be of the

r f *i tend the meeting. and fill the pul- We were indeed very fortunate sort that Inspires confidence, creates Interest. and

I.1 t I i;; nit forth morning eertrtotf' 't.y., in having Dl..C. M. BrltUIn' with 5000 lots* of'more, $2.50 jper: thousand. For 50 years the Impresses with Its good taste and-neatnels.
to" \f. McDowell: of Lake ,Butler, rwa4ao lis. who d<veUd a wonderful

'j.\\\ \ -' kind asto fill bis place**and, Iris missionary age to ,ua at the word Bauer, has stood fohhe best berry plants grown. ", Give us a trial the next time you need to Gave,

I r I{ sermon )waaenjptrad.b, ,11., ,.-/- ;\ morning hour>* '..' soine'printing done; and we'll prove this advertlaemeiit. -
J The enrollment of messengersAnd In the afternoon the Corinth D. and today we still produce the very best. We hope to .

t, reports from Sunday schools, Y. P. V., put on a splendid spe-
$ -, It. Y. P. U's and W. M. U.'s was cial demonstration program and have your orders.

( .called'for. All churches with the sword drill. This was followed bya BRADFORD COUNTY
:'exception of about four were rep- closing address by Rev. L. O.

'J :resented. Sheffield on "The B. Y. P. U, Fed-
i 1 A very' appetizing dinner was eration. J. A. BAUER TELEGRAPHli

served the ladles of .
by good
v vs ST.IRKF1ti
s; Starke. After dinner church dIs- $250,000 advertising campaign

t ,cipline was discussed by Rev. under way by I JUDSONIA, ARIL, BOX 10 U

i.Klcklltsp. Rev. Norris Rev. TayJor ers Clearinghouse AISOciatlOn.-j

t I. *. Rev. McDowell and Mr. Hunt- Davenport Times. -


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., JANUARY!' 11.- I&20Concerning BRADFORD N'1'Y) TELEGRAPH, BTAltKX.PLOBt k'.' t\\, : ,\ PAGE FIVE
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......................#e state would make an excellent,. Florida leads nation In average
W.O. W. Fla. Tag'sNot'ForForeign "souvenir" of Florida but the"- f- value per acre of farm real estate.

I '. t Keystone Height : flee of the attorney general and>> HP-Florida Times-Union. ,

'' AT HIM Sides 04.*. Cm.. Residents the slate chamber lnsl t'thai.su Eustls -- Annual Lake County

Iii Bits of .. .NNN1................. a souvenir would be pretty'expenislve ,I Poultry'show- -, recently held here.
SUPPER and that there are oiheftexj J
Mr .and Mrs Elwell RobInson One bver-tealoua license tag distributor cellent Florida souvenirs which! '\ xVrHit, : OK oi'ANuiAM: BALM OP
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I gave a very delightful bridge part In central Florida Is l pavIng may be purchased for less money.. LAvu ,

local Nev and friends of member on New Year's Eve. The guest the way for a great deal of The Florida tag on a car o( a peal '
All Friend's Cam] included Misses Annabel and Red trouble for motorists from the' dent of Pennsylvania Is worthless' Thirty 1nyn 11th after date of hereof on \
Melrose. Helen Lawrence north, and for Florida, by pointing .to-wlt; the day February
of the World were ei Robinson in Pennsylvania, as It would be In 1929. 1 the umlvrMffned luardlan for
Gertrude Houser Elizabeth; out that license tags may be purchased Mllilrvd Kennett Johnle Hewlett. ,
and New York elsewhere on the car
Oar People, Business last Friday evening at or i;Marl Bennett. Paul Bennett. and
supper given; at the Mt Caughey, Arneeta Ogden, Mrs. VivIan here more cheaply than In of a motorist resident of such a Pauline Bennett, Minor helm. of It.
Progress of the County and.Town. Saunders. Mesurs. Donald< a :number of other states and urgIng state. P. liennett deceased will apply to If
I at which time officer '
year were install Pangborn, J. D. Renfroe, of Lake that It be done says the FlorIda .- fount the Honorable Jmlir. In Deo.and A.for Cardlner.Bradford
and Wesley State Chamber of Commerce for order to "
City, Lawrence Walrath County Florida an .e.
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:NAMKH: OK OFKU'KKS: OVER
= for the evening was
5pS7S7SJSl7R1717S7R7SC7SSSSS7S7SaS7S74S7S7S7R7C'WEATHER : Refreshments consistIng Florida tags do coat less than those at private sale the undivided One
the song, America(- Larllo LO )KED: eighth Interest. each of said Mlnor'M '
REPORT Mr. and Mrs; R F. Demonand of pineapple mousse, assort of several 'states' the chamber In (the the following described. land.;
SOY. Q. H. Bennett gav; --
son, R. F, Detnorest, Jr.' ,'spe of welcome, responded cakes and hot chocolate were set "" adds: but. the 'Florida tag, unlesi In"the.news article of last week, nir<<;Commencing of the Northeast at .the. Southwest quarter. of cor.the
Week ot Jan.lfE-9vf>i9'E8. '" '' 'Tuesday JackionvLHe. ed. High' scores were held by At it' covers the car ofa bona lbcitizen' < Northeast quarter of the Southwestquarter
: 0.. M. Inman in behal dealing, with the Installation, of
Mai1 **tllnliwPprMr' v'Jo1l; :. : ,, ''and Donald Pang of Florida Is worthies 1 of ,Section. (24).Towo.hip) : j.
+ ite ;: Woodmen Circle. 891. nenta' "Ogden I officers of the local chapter O, E. (5), South Ha nice (22'> East, andrunning '
in. 2 7831rrhgh> < ra4n. Miss Lacy Mae KlcklUer spending born. anywhere. \ else 'ilr'the Union, evei along the Lawtey and Mid-
who is severe S., the following officials were jio! ,
*'' 32 Stuart,. 'is visiting relatives in states which have what I lit dleburw Public Road e.at (2J8)( feet
76
"3 I. section in the Inter On New Year's night the Inn: mentioned: Edna Hart, Ruth; thence; North (660) feet, thence Went
n, ( 53' 38 2.20 Starke. O. W., addressed t the held open house and the majority known as a reciprocal''agreement Audrey Christy, Ada; Madeline\ <228) feet. thence. Houth ((880) feet
lot of
55 1.5 J with Florida. A Florida tag 01 to point of beKlnnlnr, said
t 5 C5 Flynn'addEunice showing the work being of the Heights people took advantage Souther, Chaplain; Don Hoover lanlying. and being In Bradford
'J4n. 6 65 54 Mrs. C order in Florida. Mia of the opportunity to have ;a the car of a northerner would remain Sentinel. County Florida, and (containing In
nova visited Jacksonville Mondafternoon. there about twenty-fou all three- and one-half acre (1. 1-2)
71 26 ; "
?stn. 7 I leader of the Wood "good time. The evening wa more or le...
I0'in. '8 56 33 then gave a short ad- spent In music, various games and hours after his return home, and "Mulberry Vltaphone equipment .This llth day of January 193!*.
55 39 he would be forced to throwaway i It Theater. )11 8. 1IKTT1E' UENNETT.:
9 Installed In Rio
reference to her worl contests. luardlan.NOTI4
l-ll-tit-2-H j .
Miss Gladys Stellmp.n I of ,Jac and purchase Issued by _i_ !:
< ,' Knight was also a speak The Woman's Club gave a tureei one ; West Palm Beach-Lake Worth
r. James Chase spent Friday liI sonvllle, spent the week-end I the evening. supper on Thursday night and had< the state of which he Is a resident Inlet district plans to mark, inlet 'H
Starke with Mrs. Emma CanovaMrs. The office of the Attorney General :
ckl'sonvalle. I musical selection were a very good atendance. channel with light buoys. Notice-. I. hereby given tluLL the undeiMlKiied .
I night Howard Lawrence at Tallahassee, consulted by; a. admlnlNtrator for the
Misses On Monday
I the evening by :i 'ntlc' Line
and.Mre I }o'l'olitproot-A Coast .
A. S. Crews \ Lan weiner the State Chamber, advises that i a etale. of Kate. I.tvln..ton, ilnreaneil.will .
|Mr. Euie e Matih' left Frl Bennett, violin Sun and Jack: Buck gave a Railroad will erect station here.. on the 17th day of :March A,
ford spent Monday In.Lake I the shore of Brooklyn Florida license tag on the car of a HI retiirnn pf hi. acoounlsa.
1919. *
mandolin Mildred roast on 1)
for V. M. I. I I Tallahassee -- Florida State .
ay with friends. resident of another state would not admlntntrator of mild. estate lie
guitar and Miss Inez Ab- lake, after which they returned tiHoward's Chamber of Commerce recently fore the Honorable Oeorire A. Uurdl*
75c: Saturday the piano. One of the home for a taffy pull be legal: in that state. held annual meeting here. i it..r, Judge of the County Juiljro'n.
I All $1.00 shirts Mrs;'' Julia S. ,Kimball returnThursday. for Rradford County. Florida.
Alvarez: from month's visit of the evening was The guests were: Dorothy JenIna. Certain'! states have, rectproca Lake Worth -...t New warehouse i Court at hlf ofnVe. In the court house In
M. a old time' musical sc 1 ,.Wilma flays Ardith Anderson, arrangements with Florida, that,,Is under ('construction: for W. A. Bout- the City of Slarke"' ., Florida, and will

| Mr. Norman Ives oft Ocala; wa! Glendale, Md. < 1 1 \ by Mr: "0. II. Ben:' Betty Saunders, Virginia June Miller Ihilr license/ tags are good in FlorIda -' well Co., at 217 South H street.. at dlBchurtre. the lame. an time administrator apply for a of Omit the
I violin, accompanied by Margaret St. Clair, Vivian :Anderson twelve months, and a Florid Lake Worth Tire Service Co., nald ...tat.. and for a. releaee'''from
Starke Friday. Mr. and Mrs.R... T. Osteen Franl their Jurlsdlc all the dull I.* and lIal>lIltI,...a* ,administrator
... : Kenneth Church, tag can be carried In
Those privilege ,
... r : opens hew tire and service station of said ...tat..
F. A. Canova ,spen;;. tieekend Brooker; were visitors to this delightful affal lr Walrath, ,Jr.,. Walter St. Clalr, ion by a bona tide citizen of FlorIda ; -' at Ninth avenue and Dixie highway bested. thin the 7th day of January
J Mr. in Starke. Monday'and Tuesday;' most royally, and' Jack Buck and Howard Lawrence I a similar length of time. These A.' 11.. 1920.uKiman. c. LIVINGSTON.AdmlnlHtrator ,

are always looked for Treasure hunt given by Mlsi states are Alabama, the District Brewster Highway in thfs of the entitle of 1
Milton Brownlee, Jr., Dorothy Jenkins, honoring Mlsi of Columbia, Deleware, Idaho, (except Kate 1-lvlng-nton, deceased.:
| Good work shoes, 1f'Z: KatuI lay; Interest. vicinity_being paved. ,.11.9,-3.5 ___ '
Alvarez. Saturday from Gainesville, : menu was served: Edith Wiggins of Green Cove : trucks: ), Kentucky, Maine, --
I ly'J.11I. he has been visiting, relatives. fried oyster, potato Cove Springs. The unique invlta Montana, Nebraska, New York

rolls, pickle/ ions in code were written on minIature North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
C. Richard spent
and Mrs. H. .
1
rMr. Miss Eva Marcotte will maps of "Skeleton Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington -
Sunday in Starke. the week-end in Orange Park and were as follows: "Aye Mates and Wisconsin. The reciprocIty -

Syrup cans, all sizes at Kick relatives._ '. t ,. WELFAHK ('os"I' n- and Buccaneers: By the sign ,of: arrangement, however, does
KNCK the: black spot-tall tree-spyglass not apply to a Florida tag on the
ter'a, Mr. Beck of New Smyrna : northwest by Parish-2 8tl I i car of a resident of one of these

Mr. Ceo C. White returned his son Cecil Beck of Conferences heli day-half-seven. Captain Kldd, I'Irate states, nor can a Florida citizen 1iii'Er1T1With

uesday from Miami. spent Thursday and' Friday county by Miss Sarah Costume." legally operate his car: in Florida
Charles Darby;. *, 'jr;: :" from Bureau of Chili So it was a gay crowd ot fierce under the tag of New York, Pennsylvania -

Dretts MuMft, $;:1.481111: up. Satitlay ., -.I-. : .;,- Health Nun and blood-thirsty pirates that aswnibled <- or any other state with
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Mr. and 1\IrsA L /IC: Mlner a which exists
nt J. M. Alvare ;, andl'ibliC ave been well at the club on the appointed theagreement,
| daughter, Paulina bt-:NeWc e weather wi night. In fact, never before hat The State Chamber Issues c

Mr. Oscar Andreu, of Stuart, rna, were ,visltiogrtrelatives\ /. ; i having. such a number of notorious vlllalni warning to Northern motorists visiting -

(pent Sunday In Starke.Mr. Starke last week(,'.,. .,': >" for us all that met, they were met with "Give the : In Florida not purchase Florida -
: is in the county and peo- countersign" then put through; I: license tags for their cars tin''

J. C. Adkins of Gainesville, Mr. Wesley Stearns; ;,; : to avoid crowds. It the ordeal of walking the plank less they are prepared to purchase

/as in Starke Tuesday. Blanche Alderman and Ailed that the next con Two rival gangs then set sail\ 1 If I tags of their own state upon their
nandez went to Jacksonville for pre-school children the "Jolly Rover" and "Hespa- ,''I'cturn home The distributor 1 In every $2.00 Purchase, we will

Fiorxlielin' NliooM' IjH.HHntll': ne day for their'music lessons. the county, there will nola" in quest of treasure. FollowIng question suggests: : that a Florida license sealed of

.<,. J. :M. .\lvlu't'r.Dr. : I' to Interfere an exciting; search, the treasure tag 'on a car of a reciprocal give FREE a 2-quart can
Mr. Nick Thomas and held in Law ley for was finally unearthed proving

James Chase left Sunday for; have moved into the Liddon I for white; Sam, to be a treasure chest of candy: II Opaline Oil.Saturday.

t visit to Ocala. at the corner of 9th and white; Sampson City? The pirates then marched to the

streets. ; Graham for colored. home of Miss Jenkins where sev-I CENT A WORD
Florida and North Carolina pea ----- for colored pre eral wild contests were Jan. 12thWith

kut seed. J. F. Klckliter.J Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Richard will be held I In Prizes were awarded to Wlliuu COLUMN

-- Palatka were visitors to r.'W''J.'n' church: January 14, Hays and Vivian Anderson At Il I r I

H. Lord & Co., dealers in new ,, Sunday, spending the day late hour the pirates were served FOR UKNT- -7-room house, good,

Ind second hand goods- of all relatives. White, Theressa school, with gold nuggets, frisky plank I condition, on Madison street It, each tire purchased on above
Inds. Bargains. I': sandwiches, pirates brew, gems A. (!Ireen. 11-2-tf
I I Miss Louise Marcotte spent -White, Hampton school and precous! Btonea. In other III' date, we will give FREE one-gallon
first of the week In Orange FOR SAI.A bargain stockOne .
Miss Isabel Fernandez returned m. cords chicken patties, tea balls,, I
,,to Florida State College for Won with her sister, Mlas Lena White Qraham school, cocoa and candy. On each plate registered Jersey (cow one sealed can Opaline Oil. This offer is
Wednesday. cotte and father, (1. A. Marcotte. sucker doll dressed to fit Jersey and Jenny cow, 18
at Tallahassee was a
fn a-- the occasion' Those who turned r months old Jersey male, one Jar made to acquaint you with our station'

Mrs. J. E. Corpening visited relatives Miss Thelma Andreu is ): .\: II..t'n SIKKTS; : pirate for the evening were 1"llIthVlgglnl4 Hey heifer. Cows fresh In February will be
in Baldwin Tuesday after- ing the week In Stuart with \ Green Cove Sprll'lgsVII; ', Call J. 11.Ioore! mile and service and each purchaser

lOon. !I parents dreu. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. r met of theoman's Wednesday after Club ma Saunders Hays',, Adrlth Virginia; Anderson!Miller; Jletty Margaret --west Southern-! -_..of-Hampton Railroad.--( -on-- Georgia It given the free oil as long as the supply !

All wool suit for men, $1 H.\O: o'clock at the clubhouse St. Clair, Frank Walrath,, S" WINO SOLICITED-Fancy and lasts. COME EARLY.
received a shipment
Just
'uilu, 11I1:1.7lit: : J. )1.I'a..'("''' Sal Giant Stringless, Tennessee G, M. ,Inman, president. Vivian Jack Anderson Buck Howard and Kenneth Lawrence )- I, plain; IIflU flllon! guaranteed

Jinlny. Ford Hook Bean seed. J. F. \Mrs. P. ,B. Hunt, Hampton, Fla.
usual routine of bus!- Church.! 1-11-tf.

Mrs: II. V. Knight and Paul liter. ; Harvey M. Snyder was The Craft Club met with Mrs I' YOUR CAR SERVICEDThis
Tuesday In Jackson VVoman't after OST mottled brown
P\night spent Miss/ Fannie Lord returned of the Ella Bird on Wednesday -Eye glasses
ville. ', W.: E. Middleton read noon. In the future the club will shell rims, case stamped with In-

urday spending from the week Clearwater there with article on Internal meet every two week'In place of r Hcrlptlon! "Dr. O. G, Kendrick, is a first-aid station for all automo
Orders taken for tailor-made /' week. .I. Tallahasse, Fla." Lost between
I suit. Fit guaranteed. M. Levlton I'Uves.I I musical program every Mrs. Mechlin, wife of Judge Corpenlng's and Stump's bile troubles. Let us attend to the oil

12-14-tf. of Mrs. I). E. Thursday store Jan. 2nd.
M. direction Mechlin, passed away : Wednesday
W.
Circle No.2, Baptist I r of and you'llhave
I and greasing car
Mrs.
meet with Mrs. J. H. of music, was evening at eight o'clock.: Finder return to Mrs. Fernan- ing your
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson will 3 o'clock. A :: Mechlin has been a sufferer/' for the dez at post o dice. H.FOn *
Vansickel left Friday Monday afternoon to about. Come to
Dale since nothing
and Mrs. Is desired. "Spare Time, greater part of two years and worry
for St. Petersburg for a visit, attendance Ethel Grlfflif, Heights Inthe RENT Furnished house,
| Miss her return to Keystone -
attended in jiffy.
have it to
and a
_..a-; I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. fall, her condition has rapidly live rooms and bath Apply J, us
Mrs. N, D. Wainwright Is visit Starke Tuesday "A Dream," by Bartlett grown worse. The funeral services W. Morgan. 1-22-21.

[Ing' her daughter, Mrs. D. T. returned to in Tennessee B. Flynn, Miss Ethel were In charge of Rev B. R. .-

(Clarke, of Miami. I II Dklahoma.i year's'vlslt Weld and hymns were sung by I! NOTICE-Furniture made and re-

"Sonny Boy", by Al Mrs. Weld and Mrs. Pierce.J. paired, upholstering done, old WAINWRIGHT'SSINCLAIR
Maine $1.00 union suits, .8cJ I' Mr. and Mrs ,J. M. Davis, D. Renfrc; of Lake City, was furniture worked over. Cabinet ;

,I J at J. M. Alvarez Saturday only.Mr. 1,I and Mrs. G. K. Lewis and saltines and hot the guest of Larry .Walrath last and boat worK specialties. All
work guaranteed at Craftsman
those present.
week.
went to
Langford
and Mrs. Charlie Maus, otI Mice for the afternoon Miss Gertrude Houser and Miss Shop Cherry street opposite Ice SERVICE STATION

I Hastings spent Friday with Mr ville, Saturday. C. L. Peek J. C, Helen Lawrence spent a few days plant. W. E. White prop, 122ssl -

I and Mrs. J, E. Corpentng. I I Mrs.:: Cyrus' Slstrunk, after N. B. Hull C. A. Knight, last week In Green Cove and Jack- -- (Just North of Dr. Biggs' Office)

visit with Mr. and ; G. P. Raymond, lonvllle.
weeks
cal
the >
FOrt SALE5 horsepower motor,
Mr. L. A. Canova spent returned Matthews, Luclle Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Houner, Mrs.
week-end with his mother, Mrs. 3. M. Sistrunk, has Myrtice Jackson and and W. II. Ogden drove to 220 v, 3 phase 60 cycle, 1750
slim
her home in Jacksonville. Inquire at Bradford County Telegraph
Postal
Eunice Canova. Gainesville Friday rpm. Pender's Lunch Stand and
I Telegraph
and Bruce
Garden and; field seeds, A. A. Mr. J. II. Lawrence
Miss Ella Mae Long of Jacksonville M.' Fertilizers Cole Planters and from a motor trip McBride left for Miami Monday.' }'OR' SALE Two twenty-acre Office in Connection. Try one
visited her uncle, Mr. J. and Tampa, Col. Wineman and W. H.
Chas.
illzer distributors River's Mr. farms In Wateroak and Alli-
Brownlee this week. legal business in Thursday Pender's Sandwiches.
stock plows at White's. 1-11 Ogden were In Jacksonville gator sections west of Lawtey. of Dad Opaline

city. on business. $700.00 each, part cash with
Mr. Cecil Beck of Palatka spent A.'s will meet
week The Junior The Woman's Club terms to suit If desired. AddressL. I!
In Starke this Kendrlck has re- Mrs.
several with
days Darby. their, leader Mrs. J. H. } Red Springs, N C., af-' text Thursday afternoon A. ,Do/rls, 2110 5th Ave., Columbus .--- --
with Charles A musical pro-
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock tens Lawrence. Oa, 1-11-tf.
here
the holidays
the direction ot Mrs. rr
street. under
Cherry cram
shirts 1M-OO. Sat her home on Mr. and Mrs. T.
91.5 drt"MS parents
will be given
Smith,
urela '. i. til. Alvarez.Mr. ; and impressive r STARKE FOLKS By J. E. Corpening
) -- I Mrs. N. D. Wainwright,. A very beautiful held Sunday -- .- -,-' -----.-.-,- ..... -- ,_ ._ -
service was
Miami after a ommunlon
Tuesday from
,
, Paul Canova spent Sunday I with her daughter, Mrs D. Wiggins has return- morning In the Community
Mrs. Emma Ca-, home In Macon, Ga., af-
I with his mother, hurch. Five new members were
ova. I I iarke. two weeks In Starke received Into the church. IVERVT."e wit SAYING" S WAS SAY1'LL ACT AS YOUMCi AGo
.and sister,
.
,Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman and,, Mrs. E. M. Johns and E. G. H. Bennett. FRED: KIWAIUIH CHAS I OUT YOU 2.2. WHEN WE ACT YOUR t PUBASB/--: THANKS ....0
J.
Mrs.
daughter. Ruth, visited I friends In Florida and AAAKB A MAfcfclEDOOAT
In AGE
Ocala: last week. I ,pent Monday afternoon Mrs. Ralph Glover and Fred Chase, age 52, died at his SAt 9Q.EAk'. YOU SUPPOSB THEM fORPENNG'SOrUJQ !

lOnvllle. New River, have moved home near Starke Wednesday eveilng. CATS CAN FIGURE STORE

Mr. and Mrs. 4. C. Hoover are Auxiliary will give and are occupying the Dec. 12, 1928 after a shortness e

spending the week at Klngsley. .I St. Mark's at the clubhouse on north of the park: 11 of pneumonia. He leavesmourn ) J'M 40.NGrt) KEEP

with Mr. and Mrs. E. Burns. liver tea Wednesday, Jan has sold.hJ4 farm prop-;: to hU. ,, loss, beside a host e 1 ; MY SCHOOL. GIRL/
afternoon Newt! River,section. .. of friends and relatives, a wife, a ;

9&O rait*. 2 pair pants. 'S5; 112.18alt" 23: rd. i : Ida A. ,Chase and one daughter. coMPI-ExtON/ GoON

2 pair pant, '10, Saturday No. 1 of the Baptist 1c, Mate oil Inspect Irs.. S. F. Grime of Starke. ACTING LIKE ,
at J. M. Alva"" .. Circle Society with Mrs. J. part(6>the state, with Funeral services were held at 1 AN OLD-I4A -SEEM

lonary a* leader will meet in Starke attended Crosby Lake cemetery Rev Donnelley m [-11 YOU WANT TO/
Irownlee
Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa. Mrs. W. J. ceremonies in Talla- officiating. Undertaker DeVltt -
of
Mr. and the home I had charge of artgements. '-
Is visiting her parents, at 3 o'clock, C. Jones
afternoon
Mrs. J. M. Alvarei. Monday I II You see few middle aged women any more. Learn Corpening's Drug Store
I li. I Mrs. Orrin Marshall
Glyn McMillan and Merrll Mc-, State's motor George Heller of Flint CARD 0. TIC ANKH ing how to take care of her health and good-looks ''The Service Store"is

Millan spent Tuesday in Jackson- and Major E. S.Monday Matthews to be : spent last week In I wish to extend thanks to the a duty that no woman can afford to ignore. Our

1'llIe. ,i'I to lent Tallahassee at the Inauguration of I were Mr enroute and Mrs.to J.south}i. kinds: sickness friend and who death assisted of my mo hUllband Inhe beauty aids at worry-proof prices. Starke Fla.


Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at- tarlton. to spend the winter > Fred Chase. ......... ......... ,.,
j tended the. inauguration at Talla-'I 'Col.. and Mrs. D. B. Knight I I Ida Alice Chase. J I. _. ,.... ., .. _I 1 ( J." .,_, ..".._,. _._' "' 1 1-- -

Ihaisee this week

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J;. s r.UE lUX -- ., --- --- --- -- -- -- j jF..xTISSIO -;;extravagantly and measure to protect the .
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- ; tatioa lo use
rC TTORKERS
t :=_..:- -: -=- =-:-==-_-- .: _.- EJIPnASlZK SKf3 eat a large portion of It while he expects to produce -
TO
Hew to Pose Poultry II<H"OIKK.. .... trehThai extravagance to not of the county agent is i&J i iORCHARD
FUR
; of the moat sup-I all time.. to assist in tb:
.a i .only a great. waste
Farmers & ; By Dr. L P. LrOrar.V.&. Si. Lomu. Mo.TV. unhealthful and urge that It not be n<-
Farming Is very
bat It
lay
: t2" Gainesville. FIa TIM importance

.iCm*.. ....--..Itl.O..ri.vevl.. .... J! uses op meat that should last over I' .'>D ;
chicks "ISIPJ
healthy
of !
'NOB! C Mra.\ttfl.7tr.1..e.--" + i growing of time )
d..re..4 b.e w.rza .... s+.aQti ears..alwww. a longer period j TREATMENTI
(By .IgricfeltanU Editor) r. ..............a.ck e..a AFrirdh' ya. this year was called to the attention Canning ft Poultry .is both profitable
l .._....
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_s..fr,.b..5. s- I of poultry growers of Florida When the :
F< "- and practical. I Now to the time to
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U... IB a radio talk over oa i market la Indifferent or -

Farmers and Truckers Are Incited to Contribute Articles Article III ges:s. that such parasite .. lice.fl nary $ by N. R. Mearhof. extension: : it save the espeaet c t feeding i|orchard aDd "tDe.ardtlaem ,+

( THE CASH VALVE -.*. mte: .. tick and bedbug poultry specialist of the agr icsl- for extra chit a*-the a dormant spray i tt;
(Iuln, 'vt 'J, of Farm Experiences and Methods Found and caring K ?
h. OF CLEAXLIXESSby which so often Infect chickens Loral Extension Division. surplus cockerel and aairodaettvehem. |'has not been' already ri1.in, nl IIfan To Be Best Suited to Our Country 1 of .. &W.i i rc
i may also be carriers ** The grow healthy chick move i Besides home canned chicken -
should be done
oxPlletr There ia reason for believing that is national la .... Poal- lad 6 f
: tisaitalkra. Insuring: a Hrallby.Klork. meat NO. J_ Is drticfcMt In fact it Is just '
plants In a dorms
r deride to -.__ 1"rot.IK'tI. I.*,.. .\ [such ia tbe case bat whether they trymen all over the country are ;' good as the freshly cooked and are +tt
C'I I as which is sometime dun
( year and I tual r*..*i DleMeal+. _do or not. seek parasite cause a seeking to reduce chick mortality, has the added virtue of being always I : ?: ,y

((4'vuntorq orj Uri Encourage The Boys ; hoary drain on the vitality of the and Florida poultry raisers are being at hand.Ffc.h jter.
orchard '
) The peach
I
4r
,, Noble apl; ., ability. to block the progress" of disease program. A campaign was put oa canning: and pruned, and sprayed at.
soot f.U.of by
fall of and preferred
EnrollIn cars soap : perfectly '
the Expert} ] And Girls To r possible: date. The f r .
should infection. occur from last year ia the state by )lr. Xleh- :, delicious, fresh flavor retained. D1
i has taM' all their
talk over Tl reb IltoBk undoubtedly no dared on tbe growth of'lous
j a other source The simplest kind I rhof and several.. county and home i j;' Dye k-\
Dr. Nobil whatever for the dortrlne, that and pruning '
year E'the.
I ,of sanitary measures will make :demonstration and encouraging laN
( Rural Club WorkI agents of Meat Canning
dlt oj Godliness. To Principle
no one dIIUais next to I I vegetative growth t: :
;' "'poultry houses and yards unhealthy results were secured A protein content 'or s
farmers to i ; him It ta just a pain In the necka Because of the high ;the tree are infested w ,
r
t for germ and similar effort will be carried on i' the density of IU tex- &: e

general fajj 1 '" I I Our children are the hope of thefuture. in. rural life aad betterment of the devilish Invention' from of his grown-ups rightful to why they should be .. par&4".1 again this year. I I' tore of and meat the moist a.. prevent, it Jose scale and the time January f to keep a boy I during the dorma
(/ : ,, them : I cadti: \
nnderstanding. As outlined Mr. Mehrhof in ,j
past by : for
and should give them ., medium
1 For citru; we home and the community. Club occupation of play. Left to him forma a favorable ''in the winter when then
'', l liness Is the first essential of sanitation. \ his talk the grow healthy chick JVKt t 1.
harvest 18; f d every chance for deTeoIo !:Ie.L One work should do much to keep the self. he will most certainly have! as i the growth of bac'.eria.The no possibility of a spray
should be: 'i
Poultry houses program stresses early batching!: I canning Is o trcia: .
best. For of the greatest opportunities which I boys and girls the and little as possible to do with that ,' principle the green foliage. At)
on farm to made so they. can be scrubbed outoccasionally clean eggs and chicks, clean brooder !I that are in emeat as tl
woul bacteria *
date ) i rural boy and girls have today I Itb.t particular kind of coodlLDj j I kill the diseased fruit that are -'
!make farm life more pleasant and and they should be) bouse clean land balanced ration and in the air crop is hal ; they did! not have 59 years I II Most grown-ups recognize thededrabtllty ,, in the water lag In the tree or have dr
more1boys with coal tar
more profitable. Tara have : regularly sprayed and separation of the cockkerels snSelent cookies k ,
In hla ( \ chance to enroll la 4-i of personal cleanliness : in tins or Jar, by : should be .
Is the the ground gatSj
> ago<< and girls enrolled in it during dip and disinfectant. i ii aDd pallets ,; Ii III .
::
that a fo< \ ,; 11 club work. This work to con- I and of common sense sanitation. In : at the proper temperature.Heat \ banned, thus reducing the '
rIty 'tl'j
U:,. i No animal or vegetable: matter; Success in poultry: management : enough to can : |
list ot r| | ducted In tile eonnties by the eouai .. ,their tome aDd places of baID- should be allowed to remain.. exposed is dependent upon clean, healthyyoang 'I Intense the steam of Infection in the com 2 en; 'J!
ReeourceiItems ;! comfortable to be clean meat is obtained by
i ty agent: aad home demonstration Ol"lLOOfi : It Is more j i The vineyard also si.ceive :. .
KKCOKT WILL In yard or house until it begins : : stock, the speaker declared. i the of hot! ;a" 1"
and use
a* after has reached maturity and j : canner ,
one pressure
jf agent I see reports that: daring material Immediate attent ,
HK I.SSfKU JA.M'ARV SitGainesville. : to decay. AU inch Sanitation is absolutely T!. t
feeds anfcbIner" (| M t"j 1>SS there were en.*.* rural too inconvenient to suffer the expensive : :/' burned : necessaryif : pack method; and all the different fact that grapes are pr. .
and sit
t should be removed ordeeply the poultry raiser Is to meet : and their ( y
h I enrolled Into lib that result from unsanitary : meats, beef real pork .
boy: and girls in Fla.-Tile outlook buried. Be particularlycareful with soccecs. We" can buy breedIng i fish andgame i the new growth makes. !it mOl ii t!\
j
gages, and :1' work In the Cnlted State I surroundings. When It : : by-products-poultry. .
for that the vines bt t tj
American arrictiltare la both so to! dispose of fowls or stock hatching eggs, and baby : canned by necessary ,::rl1a t
all
bank :;; 6 It to one kind of club that C'CMoIs'I. domestic and foreign markets dar comes to their pouUry. bo.e..er.th.t !I animals that u e410Pd from onecause 'chicks. bat sanitation must be animals are eacb year in order that no,] t
Is
.t,*; all- debt-.,!) I..+>- nothing to Join. Tbe boys andg1rislplmply ing U:, will be reported on Jan-i; Is quite a different' story in all : or another.Drinking practiced at home, he said. :! this process. This process methods very growth be stimulated as c :h,1s ;t
the
e *. agree to conduct what :. __ too many Instances. i I I simple and !similar to And since
I mka. United States Department and possible. f
nary I vessels!' feeding Recent surveys in many slates <;ri f
demonstration la the The same man who would recoilIn i used for canning vegetable, exceptthat
n is known a
as '
\ of Agriculture in cooperation equipment should be watched care have indicated that chick mortalityis ito: propagated chiefly fr m ta j
raising of a pig or a calf thegrowing horror from a 11th-e crusted I : meats require a slightly longer ..
with other bureaus of the ,fully. AU fountain troughs aDd much higher than had formerly\ :tings; the vines. that !h? t her
ot ot dish placed before him on his table time for sterilization. '
an acre corn peanuts (
department. constructed : pruned could be used (
hoppers should be so been thought. In trying to reduce < a maid v
other the: improvement allow his fowls to eat and drink (To be continued.)
e ,rt or crop ,i The report will be Issued follow. that the fowl cannot get In them this mortality rate the two most : !i cuttings If desired.
of the home canning sewing from utensils' that are BO less an I --S
; F lug a conference of agriculturaleconomists with their feet or roost on them.thereby important items are clean chicks : SEED TREATMENT: I I Advice and assistance ia prnnli le
etc. While this work Is usually ofierae! to decency because: they are i
"' '1, and extension workersla befouling the contents and clean land stated Mr. Meh' land spraying; may be g<,iten r
ly. fun. for them It doe them a lot In the poultry yard Instead of a : ; -
I x II! Washington. Florida will be with dirt or droppings. Fresh water -! rhof. Healthy: chick not only Is far in the distance -" calling on County Agent Rik!
I H".m, howl his i I I The time not
them how to dining room. ,
: of good In teaching :
;t' I|represented by A. P. Spencer, vice should be given at least once a mean a lower death rate but those ,! the o! seeds baker at tbe court house ill
when planting
conduct their farm and home operations -i head off If Junior! tracks a little :
.I.III director of the I
I( Agricultural Extea- day. All feeding and watering which are kept for egg production be well to I a
'" : will begin and It may
but ) ;
: In the most modern man : lon DtrUion. aDd his return' mad onto the living room rug. Among the many improvemei>>:
upon should be thoroughly
equipment will be found to have
./' ( ner. It alto does the older peopleof ),Lit Spencer will summarize the he will allow droppings decomposed disinfected greaterearning I I remember a few facts regardingsame. In Pensacola the Calf Power i Co

!' ,"; the community good for th.1;; recommendations la a radio talk food material and other offensive crabbed at frequent out.. scalded Intervals.or capacity,.he added. I i All seeds are not disease-"j will spend $100.004 for paving ) R

; how thing being done by litter to accumulate in his \ free. and some of them may: not tracks
are
Copyrlvt see r|over WRIT the state station located Droppings are perhaps the most PLANT BOARD SOW HAS tween street car and thI

; f the boys and girl and get the: IB Gainesville. ; henhouses until they smell to high \I dangerous of all possible' ; sources "ID.LLI'OR GROWERS be viable. A simple test of seeds I(erection of a white way fro< 4+

to do Iltttle better them-i, heaven. He Is scrupulously can be made to determine their Main
urge a The parpo of the outlook re- cam,of Infection. They almost invariably I I Wright street to street
selves.I I I f ul about the lawns his 110.but .*... i germinatire power and thus insure '
[ near
There, port is to aid farmers In. adjusting; breeding grounds for disease Gainesville. Fla.-Dr. E. W. Berger. i Gulf Power Company is makiu!

I I I have watched this club work i production to meet market de-; his chicken yard looks like)! germs; and also frequently entomologist of the State 'i the planter against the planting of other Improvements In their plan,

.till erg Butt' ,' la the county and am firmly convinced wands. thereby helping to avoid i that lower corner of the "_alh"; harbor Intestinal worms. These Plant Board announce that his II poor seeds and the possible disappointment and distributing systems and key| '

short suit of 1'',jjj;. that It should be reachingmore surpluses. that cause undue low* .']lort," after the last batch
11e4.Cid 9 boy and girls. I know the All the department's faculties forcollating ;*picnickers: had doa> their worst. toIL may.. affected, thus spreading the distribution a limited number of The county agent will be glad to!meats of the Deep Harbor City.

". county and home demonstration and Then, he wonders why his colonies of Australian demonstrate the method of testing a

))ilf ,i [ agents are doing a great deal but aoml information Interpreting relating to .eco-i-'J fowl. are such poor layers look so eviL Furthermore, nothing be could sometime called Vedalla.Lad'be.elle..1 These 1 the seeds or will make the test for I It seems that while the law regarding |
than
be worse for fowls to compelled -
j r with the help ot the people. of I droopy and dispirited and so readily I I you it you will bring a small license tags states tltl '
h' 1 culture are being utilized la prep 111- to roost Just above a filthy:; beetles are recognized as the'most :
With of the seeds to the office should be on cars by the Inii
they
the various comma nities, they can take on all the Ills that chicken amount
aration for the conference.St. economical for the control i
agent
b'utLWl droppings board: The odors and ,,
the ',' C do more. It Is Just a question of flesh to heir to. j i of cottony-coshion scale. ,In the court house. i of each year that some cities ula

\ \ Tlundesir! (' I(:' a*all getting together and palling. I II I Petersburg Holly HillGrove + The discoveries of Dr. Gorgas. in\' extremely gasses .arising unhealthy.from droppings Continued.are Due to an extreme scarcity of I I All seeds that are to be planted ;counties\ have a, law of their otil

heart. S !: I believe, and 1 have had con I J, A: fruit Co.. opens ones '.Pacama: and of Dr. Noruchl. who*) treat hi of air so contaminatedweakens the Vedalla during the latter.. part and are not dlwase-free should' that gives the delinquent dmri
:
The'} |{ slderable observation prove this bore ] recently died a martyr to scienceIca ag; thus makingeasy of 1928 very few colonies could be I: be given: a seed treatment Quite until the fifteenth of January u
the
long
ot, one '. J [, belief correct that 4-H dab work Tallahassee Contracts awarded ]!. Africa, have shown how certain supplied to Those in need a few diseases may be carried on even longer to buy the n w up,I

that id i t1\\ { f.j- is one of the bet possible way. II I by State Road Department for "'_ktods.. of mosquito transmit the ir which the progress be contracted of" any later disease on. ot these! beetle growers.should get in touch 1 I seeds and it Is well to treat themas Every: county should hay (It tf

l course> on, f' to get boys and girt interested'! tea Mate road project '- germ of yellow fever. This suarr :_ Both rousts may and droppings board' with Dr. Berger at once, he says. a precaution. The cost of treating .. same law enforcement and whir

seeds is small and the they use some Judgme: ::1 ,bcij
operation can
() .() : .,.. ]should be frequently. cleansed and the charges are one dollar for colony i
rIKln.ne' ,, should notice. arresting and fining th
not
: escape !!: dehtj
\ of with d .
disinfected, as well as the whole ; 10. -Uoa. One.
one cm' r J Hogs and cattle are treated to prevent -quests It should be aaderohI: \
,
; hoa_. It is also advisable t. cover ]colony to generally saQcient unless
longer 8(J,' ID'' dangerous diseases and the 1;the first .of January m .n. lt[
here Isolated
are infestations
,I ;the droppings board with wire net'ting .
partn farmer might well :ake: similar first.new. .
irhieh rage' one colony will be Deeded
tunltyf : so the fowl caaaot get Into -

.be tl.o 'the droppings..'lIb their feet. for each infestation.

on theiR Bird that slao.ajaa of disease > Dr. Berger says that there is no ,
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clenrlof faifisuit >- should always be pat to themselves, urgent! need for tbe Vedalla unless t tat ,. 1

(l i' and treated until it to safe to return -., least three or four dozen of the

have t| them to the Cock. If any constderable .- .'.rottony-cushion scale with their

OnilbM number of them show ..l bite. 'Bated egg sacs can easily be]

orijust signs of the same trouble they 'I counted on the, lnfe...ted'plants f n I

r.e'onthe 4 2 should all be" taken oat of the'' rending In orders for Vedalfa it is'tlwaya !
'
11 # a good idea to send
flock and a wholesale cleaaup'should IIPH"IIIDeas j

alrv ts, i be made; clean oat and disinfect : of the scale for Identification a' It It .. ? I
F
FI1 recording to Dr. Berger.
now .. J;.," e + +4 all house and equipment: !
': ',. and ia way1'I' j ;
clean yards every
,r e e'k ei f. 'i .. '' up lUSTS TO HOUSEWIVES i \.s
1r
n; eiq 1t,A i l Lip 4 + -TTf ''I. r ll? attempt to remove all possible); j ij j and a

.
i source of iafeetion. i
The canning of meat on the |
Not all of the possible sanitary"measure ; :)
1 farm Is a pan of good business .
; can be" discussed IB an
management. It Is particularlyvaluable ,
article of this kind, but some of :
.IIq when home butchering ..1
q the most important one are described unrivaled to-
done a* a good supply of meat
above. A good dip.and disinfectant \
'' may be had for the table during
used regularly and conscleatioasly -
: the entire year at about half the']I
will go: a long way toward -< r
price that the same meat.. would
making: disease impossible in.
oat if pndchased in small pieces, ,
poultry Bock, not forgetting
roar dayastheday
from the batcher. Beef; pork and
Ibo most eSeetive of allGod'sown
real are t.pkallarm products and
I Isansblae
great sterilizers fresh ar and
when canned by tbe best methods
''
It to not as easy to keep'things
Nolj.clut ,
known today these meats furnish
sanitary as it I b to let themgo I
lost as palatable and nutritious {
to pot. bat It does keep downdisease I appeared i
'. food as fresh meat. The fact that
'Zg and THAT PAYS.Hen .
the meat is ready to thereby .,
serve ,
bijs .......
r. rreszJb that are healthy, robust i
'scses'nJ4sraC. saving time and convenience ; ; .
k tress free from parasite and disease {tI
evu also give; farther reasons for itsconservation. .
ban are better lasers, better I j
,
/
lea( ,. breeders and are worth more oni'I la Small Towa. It Is practical 1 COUPES: .SI195 to S1S75 1
thei the raa-ket than those that are
'for people to co-operate with f.rmIen.
-. neglected and compelled to get ; J SEDANS $1220 to $2145
.j' 1. 'f1Gf1CJlfl1 probably buy a quarter ot
'
\. along as best they nIL MaintainIng -,J, ,
'. beef batcher one or two hogs and ,
; sanitary conditions may mean,;) SPORT CARS. $1225 to $1550
al their
o put np own meats. When
''
work but It Is neither difficult nor' {I
DfWX3r4e. ;meat to thus secured at a comparatively

: rce \' Is as Indiflnitely trying a* fightingdisease more profitable.WRCF and. It ]I. low price It to a temp-1_ : 1 I These rric .J.o. b. Buick Factory. Con'ivnvnr

,,,;
? tld I terror fan le arraafeJ o>< the

kt l'ly ;j Z S ttv FARM PROGRAM \; liberal G. M. A. C. Time Payment ll+tn.

) v ei I I

$Pf I t Following to a list of farm talks j For colds grip i
i,
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to be broadcast from station i

WRCF daring the week. ending )\ and flu take I I ;
I Ir. 3 r w L' L The New
ss
I x)91) ;1lJil: rear, ; January 1C. The. farm program to II

; r i1 o e' Ifoltd11 given from I:3t to 7 p. m. East-,;; I
'
'
s ;4's 3 era Standard Time. The wave'I
a6s ate
;; ''L11i I length to 24 meter j I BUICKtRegister

e.p. ( Jan. IX-"Our Vanishing Plnes"Jaor |

K i ): W. L. Floyd assistaa dean., .

; + College of Agriculture. !!
I
JZ' I
ofS I. Jan. 14-"Practice* In Plant !I *

:.1: FlT FLOL ;:LU) r ECOUO t=l.nilZ: LA1Je Propagatioa,** Professor C. E. Ab-'j',I raao nun Motor Co.

a C4/I-1ar !C/Ora.- beet College of Agriculture. j II I II i

aM' ,. r "3 t- ; Jan. "Preparation of Florida I

t Strawberries" for Market" Dr. ,: Starke Florida!
: a JUS I2SGLJSH TYPE COTTAGE I IK with stucco naish. the chlmaey la Two good bed rooms a bath and 'i i i
A. N. Brooks associate plant path- I I
i t >LLLXI) KCOXOMICAt red brick the roof Is slata aDd the plenty of closets complete tbe second I '
sutioll.Lakt'ortb
.ologtot. Experiment: i ReCere the !
( tt\ (By R. CHunter Bro.. Archts.. ) timber .ork..". la stained. floor plan. : congestion, I

1! New York) j One enters the house through a Storage space is provided IB. the Mather, Co. opens prevents complications : : :
IJ ::::
JI\\;, For the small family that seeks vestibule oa either side. of whichare attic new furniture store la Reed-Drake'I Iban41 and b-.t" l'eC09ery. J i

lc a homo ot distinction, this little provided generous coat closets. A cellar extends: : under the ea- *. {I I !

English cottage should receive From the vestibalo one passes tire house aDd here Is provided the -- tlld. :0-0. .. .. _

vas 1f consideration. Not only will it give Into the living room. The stairs laundry the space for heater the M:. UAVIS & CO. : :'

s:'; A home of character bat will proveD start np from the living' room>> and wood space and such. .

H Hr D economical Investment as well' land la the center of the house at la building this boas the ant We can charge your !

cc for. it is designed to be built at. the second floor thus requiring floor level should be establishedtwo .YES 8 HRS INSURANCE

r low cost. iTh but small hall space.A steps above tile grade, so the STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's III

r. sketch of the exterior: : gives single service entry serve dabbed house will set close to the .

'! one a good Idea as to how the ;' the kitchen, refrigerator and cellar. .ground as shown la the sketch. i !1111 AGENCY

.i>' boos will appear when built Complete working plaaa and ESTABLISHED 1886

Sf.. while the floor pta_ show the compact :i The kitchen Ja well arranged spedleatioa of this hours may be *

tl3 economical layout that la tof: The sink U located directly beaeath btaiaed for a nominal sam from Garage mks Ii STARKE
f FLA.
i y K: bo desired. I|i a window and has large cupboards the building editor. Refer to !

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JANUARY 11. 1929 TELEGRAPH. FLORIDA I"ACae
IV. DRADFORD COUNTY KTAUKK. _ _ HKVKNssults
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Ida'a school debt burden In 1913 Motor vehicle owners of Florida; \OTICH OK APPLICATION FOR i

_ of Our $50,000 SurveyTampa ; was 84 percent. as much as the consumed 18,236,610 gallons of TAX'-hEld. I "

state while in 1925.lt TODAY I II
average iiFLORIDA II gasoline In the sixty-seven counties Notice In hereby given, that B*ia-
was 293 percent. greater. wln.J.'IM-l.ac. Company, a coroorntlon j
II
Morning Tribune.) of the state during the monthof
position especially ,when it will These facts were known how holder of Tax Certlfliat"No
HU, 4th day of AUKIIHI. A. I), 1924: I
le report of the school survey ever or could have been ascer I November, the Inspection bureau him tlled'imld fertlncMte In
oftiteami
mean the abandonment of the pre Many business men In contact butter weekly.For my t
to state, made by the Educa- I i talned before this survey wa of the state department ot made application I for tax di-e l I
Commission with ent road-building program. This with capital, both within and with- centuries China has bad a to iHKtiti theitton In accordant** tvltlilaw. (
il Survey made. As stated above, the sur agriculture announced.The Sill certificate umbraccx the
trayer of Columbia directing leglulatlon would bring on a clash I vey cost $75,000, of which $50,000came < out the state, predict the begin- monopoly In the production of following dcKcrlbed property "ltutit-(

(work, has been made public. between advocates of the schools I J, from the state treasury. The ning of a period of activity and tong, of "China, wood"varnishes oil and the !I wero Dado largest Duval consuming lllllsborougl counties: eil In: Bradford County. Florida, town I
base of water-proof
survey, IncidentallY. cost the and advocates of good roads, i Commission says it needs more< In Florida $"Holltncunt quarter nf Northwxtquarter "
development at an early and Polk In the order named, the
As 1928 closed .
high-grade paints. and Northeast of
quarter
the ad.lal which would be unfortunate and
and
$50,000 $25,000 -
t to Its findings In r
; i I money print date that will surprise the most the crushing plant of the Alachun former using 2,000,000 gallons! Southwest quarter Section: 9 Town-
expended on it was contrlb- unnecessary. The report offers an pamphlets. From what we have and Duval and HIllsborouKh! both chip. 7, .Soutil Itunga. 21 East: nil
[ by the General Educationalrd. "alternative" for this plan which optimistic believer In the state'u Tong Oil Company began'opera- ucreit.The. ,,
J4 seen of it, we seriously doubt thatIt
going over the million and a half minoniinient of Raid property
tions at (Sntnesvllle the first
oi would be no less objectionable one is worth the money. Fifty; future. This activity will not be upon mark. Polk's consumption was under the Maid eertitlcatu lAttued. was .!
'he finding of the survey ia that feature of It being unconstitution in the nature of the speculativeorgy crop of tung nuts produced In In the name of Michael & SprouleL'nlexa : -
( thousand dollars would pay quite
In of million Kal .. '
America I 0 0,000 pounds harvested slightly excess a mild certificate shall b ideemed *-
hltte must be a general reorganl- al. The "alternative" is "taxing a number of teachers. of 1925. There can never be Ions. according to law tax deed

.t1 >n of the state and county edu- income, mineral and industrial I S another speculative "boom" here I In the vicinity of that city. The will limit* thereon on the 4th day
of February, A. U. 1929.!
!Jcattonal: system. The report says products and the sale of luxuries 2. for two reasons first the state j I crushing plant and the tong groves School children nt the Clothe Dated. thin :and day of January A.
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th .ysteni must be "removed from such as tobacco and automobiles" laws enacted in 1927 would stopIt jot this one concern represent an school In Orange (county are servo D. IHSO.

;jX lUlca and the person for office The authors of the report must be and spiritual values. The educa. before it could get under way Investment of $1,000,000. At ed a hot lunch each day at a cost StSAt.!: .) Clerk O. W.of ALDERMAN circuit: t'Court

'Hiukt be selected because of his ill-informed when they suggest income tlon of our young citizenship is the and. second Florida's business Perry In Taylor county, late In of five cents each. The lunch U l-4-Gt-2-l llrudford County FloridanriCK

'\'or rter professional attainment and taxes, which are prohibitedby leaders would not permit It. What December the Graham-Paige Motor prepared by the teacher and the -

'fddjvidual fitness. At the present the constitution of the state; path to permanent progress. Prop Florida Is facing Is a period of investment Company began operation of 4-11 club girls. Since the beginning \ tPPl.M'ATIOS loll

time any person who may be a and they have little understandingof er training is more vital to the in and the development its hardwood sawmill. In the future of this practice one child FOli T\X' :

tenure. In any kind of venture or the temper of the people of defense of a nation than armies of agricultural lands close-in urban all hardwood entering into gained seven pounds in two weeks.
Notice IK hereby given that Uiild- ,
.'intferprlse and can scarcely write Florida It they think they will favor forts and implements of war. Skip residential projects and business the manufacture of motor trucks wln-I.ew ln-l'ace Company, H "01. .

1tname, or read a book but can nuisance taxes of any description and Industrial enterprises of and passenger cars by this concern Tobacco farmers of Hamilton PHI,'a IOn, holder of Tan CeltlnViuo
' one generation In education and will be produced in Florida. These No 70! 4ih day of Auguxt, A. U. 1X21
'fco lrol votes Is eligible for election particularly one which would the most substantial character. county are busy preparing plant ha. tiled. said certificate In my offl('"
' further Increase the our people would lapse Into ser- Floridians of are only two of the Industrial en- and. made apullcatlon for tax deed to
'nflfkead of your county and state present excessive Few are aware beds, according to J. J. Bechrvst,
vitade. Organized society launched In the state during Issue thervon In accordance with
:#afcpol system. Professional atkaInment burden on automobile owners, performs what is actually in progress as the terprises county agent. law. Held' certificate .embrace, the -....
function so vital to its! 1928 In the city of Jacksonville -
;: ;! and training count: for now paying practically halt of the no state enter!$ upon the new year. followliiK deHcrlbvd property fltiluted -
the education of the Industries In 111'ad ford county, KlorUla, lo- .
perpetuity as alone twenty-six
'nothing. These facts must have total revenues of the state. For many reasons Individual projects Efforts: are being made In Polk wit :

''ViP apparent to the state legislator Some of the facts brought out youth who in a few short years cannot be discussed because representing plant Investment of county to Improve the practices The Northwest quarter of North-
the destinies of the Of the went quarter Hnctlou 9. Townnhlp 7,
will arbitrate located.
by the aside from the such disclosure at this time wouldbe $3,429,000 were used in coloring citrus fruit.
*. They no doubt have realized survey : Sou111' ) Hung 21 Kant 40 n"r"M.II .
'tltqjt there was something radically recommendations made, are that world. With millions expendedour premature but sufficient can be plant Investments in Jacksonville nrr": aHMeHumvnt i>f said property: :
schools are crowded and facilities represented mild rertltlcata I Issued was
eighty-four percent.
,;wrOng with our present school syst 51.8 percent. of the total revenue divulged to Indicate the trend of reeling onions unllt'r'water In I the nam of Unknown.tnleiH <

M' of financing and admlnlstra- for elementary and high schools Is are inadequate. What shall affalrsy In Western Florida a branch plants of firms domiciled keeps the fumes from hurting the ; Hald ctrtl(1ciit( shall b. redeemed I
the program be? Shall we admit outside of the state, and duringthe according to law tux deiul. I\
;- and that it is a problem that borrowed money; that Florida'sschool California who controls nearly eyes. _._ will Ixniie thereon on the 4th day ofKebriiary.
and close the doors to oth- ten Industrial concerns --- --
some -- -
'jn be confronted by legislative revenue from taxation is 10,000 acres of Quit Coast water same period A. 1) J9:2:!!. I
,i pet era? If so, whose son or daughter already operating in the cityundewent ::10 0'1('''] !Dated this 2nd day of January A. .
32.9 below the national frontage and a second group
l latlve or will ultimately man percent. P.. 19JK. I,
'shall be left out? Shall our Jack- -
"in detrimental reaction." average while its financing from which controls 70,000 acres on saltwater major expansion. I In t'Ii"ctiit Court, Twenty-Sixth Ju- 1) W. ALDKHMAM. -
schools continue-or for lack of to development sonville's record is typical of that illvlal I Circuit I of KlorMH, I In ii,nil Cor (HKAI.) Clerk of Circuit Court. .
begin "
Ui, he recommendations of the sur- bonds and loans l Is 32.9 percent. are preparing l-4-6t-a-l. Ilradford C"u..lYi'II. >I'I.I"0'1'1 ,
I. funds be. compelled to close? As of the state as a whole. llruilfnril I ('uufl I)'. In 'Imnvery.
. are to be drafted Into bills and above .the average; that school expenditures operations both having 'uiHe Hrown .'

:' ented to the Legislature fort for 1927 were !seven we prize the higher values oMife,, reached the conclusion that the Some persons with capital ('uinilai iiiilit. :> >1 OK 1.'rI'II'1II H VI.H "r

1917 that of the so shall material things survive time Is ripe. Bunte Brothers among them many }Floridians al'estili vsA. __ I "
I tment. With these acts, the times those for ; now 'V. Ill-own
Il\4ort\ says. should go another act total current expense of schools, and prosper. of Chicago manufacturers of a holding off to Invest in the belief Ilrfpllilllllt.. Notice. hereby given that under f',
they can get a still greater Onlrr ..I Nrrtlrr h 4'athorizing, the state to assume'Auiph 47000000. only $11,000,000 was until candy found in every city, village A. W. Itr.iwn. 1627 Fat hriaind Deere of Foreclosure made Doc"nr ,- 1
blind we when
We
county and city bond In- spent for instructional service the are see and crossroads store In the nation run for their money priceshit 1 \ That In the human plan thousands of of "rock bottom". That time has It IM ht-rvby or.Jt.r..d t that you H|>- A. AdkhiN U,I of the CircuitCourt
XUtjHednesa that was Incurred for balance going to repayment of bor- Nothing Is worth the making are clearing acres In }Florida because the bottom |pear to III" 11111 of Complaint Ii led l lhortln In and for Ilradford Cdunty.I"Iorila .
. vocational. and current expenses rowed money, Interest, capital out- land in Okaloosa county and !setting passed nirulnnt you In thv above tnIlllfil i In that certain ChuMS wher"
That doesn't make the man. was reached many mouths fiitiHP, on th" 4th day of In U. K. Thede In coiiipbiliiarit. antl -
l 1y, and that the tax on gasoline lay and maintenance and opera- it out with fruit trees.: Operations isolated sections of :March, .\. !>.. IIIW.: nntl llrmlfnrd Adantlr"wH.. widow. In defendant.

:: ;...b was used for new highway tion of plants. about Valparaiso Bay, where ago. In some County Telegraph Ix hereby Ooxlirnatmi the underMlgned, nil Mpeclul' Iltautsr
Why build these cities glorious have become Interest the state investments may still\ be ni Mm ii"wK|>iii< structlon. be diverted to lIqulIe Thus only one-fourth of the If unbullded goes? Chicagoans what Is termed the "rock thin order shall bn |,ul"llHherl onrt aw blilder( for .."..h. at the front
man made
this indebtedness." money spent for schools In Florida ed in the creation of Chicago'sown ; at of In vain we build the world gulf coast winter resort, are I bottom" but any Investor who believes WltnvHH I inv ha ml nil ''''111 of olnoe I trIll)toni .county "'It..IIIIon Monday
we have again the proposl- goes to actual teaching our Unless the builder grows. such\ a condition wllpl'e\ thin clay of January' A. I IL, 11129.I. the Fourth day of February, A. D.
of devoting the state's reve- youth. This l is an appalling condi- going on without let-up. The (I.V.. AUDUMMAN, 11)29, during the legal honm of sale
strides made by one concern In vail over any lengthy period Is (SHAD Clcik.' for t the pinpoint nf mitlHfylng i I mild -
to counties and cities which tion. When we contemplate the problems sadly mistaken. The sun of a new W. II. VVAM1KN.Attorney decree. I lie following:: deMcrlbed: 1 ral
to arouse the strongest (op- Another showing Is that Flor- northwestern Florida during the i lor Complainant eNtitle lying stud being. In Ilradford
----- of the present, the possibilities last few months are significant as day for Florida already U well I.JJ .1122.5 county Florida to wit.The. .
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when find HoiitlH-ilnt '1IIIIrl"r of th"
of the future, we above the horizon.
testifying to the Interest In Florida : tin ,, thu 8outhwei.
i.II'I'UnIC II I Ii liliSt 'I "Ht..r of t
the honor, happiness and hopes of on the part of Investors. It l is developing Nothing in the foregoing; should, \ :IoU'I'I'I'1. TO I':I'UH HN'ollro \M> ri quarter of i-ctkin Twenty-live (IK),

our people Involved In the issues I be Interpreted Indicating the be- TowiiHhlp. llvu (I), Mouth, Itanwe -
How satsuma groves vineyards (23)), lOunl. ,
to PIKYBRIDGE of this hour, we might be tempted and small fruit orchards. Satsuma lief that unother" speculative boom : IN hereby given (hat nil! o"l'r".nly.lw.ucri'H Iii(lie or leHH. 'ont..lnlll

to despair. Yet there Is no distrust is in prospect. Conservative business ''I'iI..11.I I .'.... I.PtrnlevH I lilMtriliutFPH I aminil 1>. I':. "NIC !IT.II.oel..I.MaLHI.I',
orange groves In ten-acre tracts at ,' i'ers'ns huvInK cltilniM HKHlKxtHut .
of the future. The vision of $1,600 an acre are bulns sold us men, the bunks, the newspapers I KMtntP: of A, .1. ('nwllI'l. dereiiMt'il. A. S. CIIKWHHollcltor
our potential greatness Is clear. : and UID Chamber will discourage late I of llrmlforil I County, 1"1"1'1<11h..hy L, ft. for Complainant. 1 4.51 :.1
be created and
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rapidly as they can : reitiruII| to proMeiit tlnlrrltilniM
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.g Our strength has been tested by In nearly every Instance the purchases : amy attempt at specula I to tho I llonoruhln' 11.I .... A.

Series storm as well as calm ; by misguided cash has III. I I tion. They will however, encourage 'In'dlllpl'I County Juilg nf llrmlfonlCounty. 'O'I'J'J TO 111'011 \ MNollcn > (11.:1.
4 I928-29ly are on a Klorliln, for hlH n |>l>rovalwMbln Ol
friends and malicious enemies; August Itecksher, of New York, legitimate development! of olio yetir from, chits hereof

T'T T Wynne Ferguson by abnormal prosperity and abnormal Fort fjeorge Island I. lands, busIiiTOS and Industry and or this nolli-a. will bo hehl In liarthereto. In herebyglycti. that nil
developing Anil nil I I ,pei-Hoim I Indebtedto I .....
I ) unit
We wiser and I Hxti'llititev.
BRIDCB"ARTICLE adversity. are Johns wise Investment therein.Colutnb'a Hiilil ilccBHKi'cl. HHIalo am rtxiulredto 1'III.1 14.111.
Autho of "PRACTICAL AUCTION near I the mouth of the St. I v log
Etronger, by the experience and uav HIIIIIR forthwith to ho underHlfrned 1\'r..ul.. nf .h\m. 1"lln..tthll
of Henry tsven-
copyright hundreds
----- --- river and spending ..tll. 1..rIII
will itdmlnlHtriitor' I I ,
this
1928, by Iloyle, Jr. stand now at the dawn of a new thousands of dollars on the project county ueuxon Thin) lllli dny of Inmmry, I 11I2n.! HOD d..n..I. are 'I required.
land-not a land of devote two hundred acres to I llu N. 1). WAINWIIHIFITII.I "It{I o prefeiit I Ih. Kani duly IIllh..n-
new
day on a lo the County Judge of IJrucl.
reckless speculation but a land of has been working steadily production of cucumbers for one } -ll I I11\-0-II. .. ___ ___ ._-,\,!I!'!!I.!! I't.ru I.or 1..0 County Florida at hit '
No. 12 during the last two years. The J. lI1anllrl dul'lnoconcern In I In,the ,',,urt lioiiNv In the '' ol'c.
safe investment ; not a land of wild pickle :IIK'N it tPoit'rfleport :
within dathareof
dtJ- Hlarki one yuar from '
C. Penney-Clwlnn Corporation, ;
|As an interesting comparison with the home talent" here is a hand just played promotion, but a land of sound New York City says the Florid ,,i' thin nollci) I : will he heldIn

f one of the great English players at the Portland Club in London. As an not a land of dreams veloplng. thousands of acres of agricultural Stale Chapiber of Commerce.' It nf I hIt Clerk of Circuit\ bar thereto, und all pvrnonH Indehtvd
production; lands In the vicinity of Court III nml for. lirad ford ('"ullty.f.'lnl'h" ) to said eMUitu lIES r"lllr"d to
pimple of strategy, clever insight into an opponent's mental processes and of where'fairies dwell but a land of IIR contract business, something, on ac-count of Tuxon. .itHHtmpfd .- pay the Maine forthwith '
ing the right tiling at the right time it is entitled to rank with the Lest. Creeu; Cove Spring nnd! 1'enney' very common in various" purls of I for 1 the vi-nr I lltT.K It"r..IK"(1 excrutor.Till II'
where strong men work I i
reality Farms, Is extending Its cultivated( I: W. irAVtiS.!: Tan OOlefto 2lHt .1ev of December 192S
Example Hand No. 1 achieve and build.I ( lie (country but heretofore somewhat l4ta lit,., ii lit.. .Jiii*ilIl"ly I I. 1112! WILLIAM I I IIOI..MKI4 I :: HTKVKNSONlOxecutnr : !
area" by another 1,000 acres. LPHH .,
Kntat
in Florida. 'i'lio' < ftilitly I'ru".r 1 of th f
Heart 5,3 shall enter my path of duty than three months ego; Temple. rare l'ltll- ')'11 I..a I. dux '<.... I IUii!! .. I 12.'''17."3 Henry HIUVVIIHOII, ,I.,."."... ,
i 1,1"
strong In the experience of my of- tract tinder which tho growers will fly Hint 1 collect! I ..12711,21'I. ) _._ __ in 2- lr.
Clubs'Diamonds-Q.A, 9, 8,6 7.5,2, 5 tIdal comrades: Inspired by a trust Terrace I Estates near receivership Tampa, wa'dishnrjted the opercHe provides t hat I the manufacturer '., but. Ill I I itt',.3 I.I I 191'K llH68CaAicrlfiilttirnl I \ \2.2- .

Spades Q, 3- Iu the patriotism of our people; : from IM to furnish the hampers 'r. l"al. tine I n..... I 1.11128 1.21I1.7D -O'I.I'1 CI"' 'I'I'I.U"'I'IO' VOltm'
trauma tlon Involving the paymentof ... .' \ 1)1:1:1; : .
I I27.fl3
earts A, Q. 2 Hearts 10\ .9, 8,4 sustained! by my faith In the and need froe of cost and 1 beur t llu: Ily unit. CTillei-led
: $1,200,000() In cash. Resumption I To; l-ml. due I""-. ::11,103/1.t I I / .. 1,105.80
lIbs-l0.3 : Y : Clubs- 6,4 Father of Light; who presides over expense of packing. The growers; lliMHl mill llrliltf. llonilnTo NfiTfCK IM IIRItRPY VI'::>* Th' '

Diamonds 8,4, 3, 2 : A n : Diamonds A, 10, 9 the destinies of !status as well as of work there Is scheduled to I i will pick the cukes from 3 1-2 to bill line DeiI. I I r.128\ ..10,2 I .44lly 'I 1'. J. Alderman) hildtr 11 6 paiiH

ties 10, 9.7.2 : Z : Spades K, J, 6, 4Jo begin before February 1. Stone ,,7 Inches In length and deliver them I I unit rollerle.f .dH 7,1)3 I 1.211!) : Tax rtlllcate No. illil) 4lh 'Ia4' ,
of men." their ; To bill dux l>''f. ::11 I. KlilH' 72,283.17 July A. I' 11(11 him MlHil/ unid c n I-
ceased
------s & Webpler have never loose at a 1't.t'lvlnoIItatlon.! which 1'ounty HiilMlnivTo llcHli* Ill my oilU'tf( and nuidv ap|. > utloii .
IIeart-K,1,7, 6 1HWSSI: ,; c":1L: !HC'llKIJCMtt; ; development work at Davis Islam], the Honboard! Air Line Hallwaywill Iml. due I I.,..... I I. lliiS\ 1.2f.7H:! for lax deed. to IKHIO. I h.-r< i Inuctorditni
__ 127.D2 .
rollerliMl
Mv anil. & with I II w. Hiild ,' I
Diamonds--J'.J.7:: -- in Tampa, and resumption of operations build at Lake City. Upon delivery 'I'" bill. ,1"8 II,'('. :il I 1112 1.ltlG.IIO nmbracrH .the following d..I..I'III'at.
Dec. 30th on several of the largest; ('miiifr MrH....t_ lieglnnlnK" Sunday .
Spades l A, 8, 5 at the station the cokes will To 1ml. due li"f. I, 11128 JO.K75.il ty Floildn, to-wlt.: .
which
Seaboard Hallway schedules for projects in the peninsula be packed and shipped in refrigerator lly ami. collected ? 2. llll.4 North half ..f Northeast quarIC utNortheimt

[ score, rubber jrnme.: Z dealt bide were given as examples of the value of Starke were posted as fololws! have been idle for two years. Is Im cars tc) New York. Farmerswill 'I'., Iml. lUll I''Ici.. :Ill i I 1 11121, 23U l7.iiCounty : 'I|liii ncr ot NortlioBMtijiiurler
and all\ passed. A openede bidding the longer suit first even loll. Kimt: of H. A. L.. y. N11. .
minent.
no trump HoiitlilMiunil .rrcelve sixty-five cents per To bill due |1k'". I. 1WH! __ 8.19.00( 7 Kouth, ltang 113 l.u. .
| deuce of spades, Y pl.iyed the though, it be a minor here the hand No. 1-( Loral ) 10:07: p. m. Inquiries with a view to the establishment I MV II lilt, .'Hi II.ted 1 21 I (>Ill 4''uw..hll .
fuecn B played" the king and Z won contains two or more suits each of In hamper. To tnt I. du" I let'. HI I 102K 8I; .00 The. assessment of iild! propoir -
of industries
lie trick with( the Ace which is a justifiable original 1i i
another hand that oilers the same No. 3.-( Limited ) 9:44 a. m. the state or Investment In going "Let It be the high privilege of '1'01..1. due I Dei1, 1V28) __. h.MU.1)11 In the name of Jam n Cluck
.Here is where Z rose to the occasion My ant rollm'ted. __ __ ,' 2.6111.1111')( Unless said corllllcate hall rb. redeieu -
Ice a true champion. The only wayr problem: No. 107-( Limited ) 1:19: p. m. InduHtrles are numerous. Six this great and free people to establish To bill due 11".31. 1028 -.. 2 .00f\.701 according I tax ilttad -

him to was by creating an No 191-(Limited) 11:31 p. m. months ago Jefferson county for a republic where rural ItulKlUIMllltlC ..'..."1 will: issue thereon :I h"wh: da ut
game\ Hand No. :2 To Iml. due. It..,.. I, 1U2H 5.175.13 !>.. O
Example -
Kipreasion his minds that Northbound example, was wondering what to pride In equal to civic pride where J"j
in opponents' fly Hint rollerted .. .. _. III t.711) : : Hth lay of oe.ml- r,
e required a re-entry for his club suit Hearts 1(. J. 6,4,2 No. 2-( Local) 4:41: a. m. do with the milk and cream'it was men of the most refined taste1 and '1'01",1. dun I>eu. HI, IOU 4.083.43: A, D., rf'IhI'
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fo accomplish this result he led the \\ ....... '. |>vn.l.m Funil. II. W. At.HRItMAN.
Clubs Q, 7,6 No. 12-Local( ) 3:50: p. m. producing. Citizens interested a culture select the rural villa and .. )
I, To bill due I .u. I, 1K28 1,2417) Clerk of Circuit Court, Hrad.
] nit( and then the queen of clubs and, Diamonds 10, 5, 3 No. 4 (Limited) 9:01: p. m. creamery operator In another where the wealth that comes from fly unit colluded ___ I 127.D! ford County FlorIda,
i both A and B followed suit. neither Spades -J, 3 To but. due. l lIe... :,11\ 11121I.JOll.IUI* 12-21-51-1-18
na aware that tho other was then void No. 108-( Limited ) 5:45 p. m. state provided a portion of the the soil finds Its greatest return In I'ublleMr Kuixl

f clubs. No. 192-(Limited ) arriving necessary capital. and a small developing and perfecting that 'ro Iml. dun D"u. 1, ItlSH) .. 1.2113.7H

Having established the impression : Y : 5:31 m. stops only for creamery was established h\\ Monti- great domain of nature which Uod My anit. c-nllHrtud 127.01 :MJTICIOF APPI.ICATIO\
: A B : I( here at : a. To bat due !><.<'. 81 11128 1.1U5.H6 TAX UHIOIINOTfCH
the desired, that is, that le had no : Z : A the purpose of letting off passengers cello. At the present time the has given to us as an everlasting Mub'Nrhnul llonUrdTo

ore clubs, Z made that impression a from the East Coast. plant Is producing 8.000 pounds of t'state.-I Seaman A. Knapp. h.I. due ...... I. IIK1N: I:.I.". Z.l2 18 HKItfOHV OlVEN, That
tainty by leading the king of dia- Ity amt collected 1 __ 1.0U.cI:1 1 : T. J. Alderman holder of Tax Certificate
A 9 3 8 9 10 (Orange Blossoms ;I Tu hal due II"... SI 11)21 .11,418.38
onds as if in the hope that the oppo- Hearts Q Nos. 7. No. 261 6th day of July, A.
Kin nuil ForfeitureTo 1U26. ha. tiled saul certificate In
Clubsnone do not
nts, by playing the ace would estab- limited trains) stop BanksSec' bal. due .Km I, 11128) 1,175.13 and mad application for
Refutes Tl'ai
eh. dummy's queen of diamonds as a Diamonds-A, Q 7, 6, 4 In Starke. Charge Hy urnt. collected. 611.70Tu tax oleo. to |julius thereon. In accord
Spades- A K U. 4 ), due l H.. 31 1924 4.863.43 <
entry for the clubs. B, who was aery \\'ann..e Branch al. anc with law. Staid certificate .m-
No score rubber game. What shouldZ Laziness Domination U. W. ALDKJIMAN. Clerk. braces the following described property -
good player, was completely fooledZ dealer, oid with the foregoing No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m. : _Hy-.--Hlnncli. Aldermtin. 1) 4. situated In Bradford County
an -
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a s strategy of diamonds.'and refused Z now to winking led hand? According to the theory set forth No. 102--Arrives Starke 4:40: p. cr'_ _:_cI.' m directed u ne tOO bnrm 'n (''I.I'UK'; prvswiiti' ".r".....: ....1:1:: '.. Florida to-wi: .. of 8outl) aHC -

: Jack of diamonds and B, still under in the previous article one diamond i Is m. recent years regarding their drlt'r.! t-05JeTv: Kt.MJI quarter of Norlheant quarter Section. I

i spell of Z's clever play again reed the correct bid. In this particular hand ltlu Hun Lines to control and dominate business i I. 4 Townnblu 7. Mouth, Itang 22, 10.
a no trump bid with a missing club 8:53a. answered R Monthly flnancim taivinnt or acre.
to play the ace I Northbound-5:10: a. m., : rpecJflcall by Joseph Maid
But rirndford county for the mouth oDecember The a..m.nt of property
| Z had now accomplished his object, suit would be very unsound. m., 1:58 p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:58p. Kraus vice president and exetutlvkmtmagrr 1928.l.enernl. under the Ha Id .. '... Imiued wan
there is also the choice of a spade or a
of the t.'nlon Trust Com Fund In the name of Unknown.
> he led the )jack of clubs, overtook heart bid, even though each suit is one m. puny Cleveland. in the current issue Pal. Nov. I I. 192U! .____ !994.H3ICeceoptH Unless aald ('"rll".I. hall b* r.> p
j Y's hand: with the ace, and led the of four cards. The objection to eitherof Southbound-9:37 a. m 12:07: of Nation's B'nine's."Perhaps during month ._ _1343.7 deemed. tax de>twill 1
lance of the club.. In this \\ay he won m..l0:50 Warrant, diirttiic month ___202'I.HI! Issue th..r..fl. the 21nt "
and six clubs two these bids however is that partner p.m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. : the' moat fruitful sourcfof Hal. I'sti. 1. 192/1/ _________.._- 309.11 of January A. I. 1929. "I
me rubber scoring is very apt to leave in a major suit bid. p. m. criticism if Dank nrto from their Kin. nn., '

monds, and one spade trick. It was On the other hand the bid of a diamond .-- neaaurm to their loan" ..asthe Nov. 1, 1928 _____ ___ ___ 17S.4
protect 13.O.
eptional play by Z and particularly with, this hand is almost certainto Ifcelptu. durlnK month _. ____ 111.70 \V ALOlnrAN. fl
Firestone head of the banker Out of then measures ... _.. __ f
ever in that B had no possible way of Harvey WarntntH during month !!I.I1 Citric of ( (' ,
the Remember that produce further bidding. If A passes i Firestone Rubber Co., Is In testate mow most of the comment that th4<4 Hal. Keu. 1, I'J'JH! ___ ______ IDH.KH! ford Count f' Florida '' ,
tecting strategy. Y should bid one heart and Y Z will banks a busliicits to death II-n,| KamiMai. 1221.5t-l.11.1 ,
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11 I the hands were concealed except's. make a grand slam. If Z should bid one and Is trying to visit every In order squeeze to get control. Ae. matte -. 1 : : Nov. I, 1928 __ __n__ _7651.4.1
's. so that B had no way of knowingat would and of him dealers and see how they I lEecelptn diirlnic month ._ 12UIWarrant 4 OIU.I: you lLflL1t'.tTIO :
hearts. spade many players pass one of fact a bank U really Interested clueing month _____ .
A held the ace queen of let Z the hand. Y.hou course along. \Mr. Firestone .. _
play Idbof are getting In having a company prosperous. UaU (J. .. I. IOU un _. 7774.57
'. It i U exceptional plays of thin charter bid two hearts over a and i ii Florida booster and usually That ought to be obvious. Banks \"......,-. PrnalonHal. In Circuit Court, Twenty.SUth Jfj.Ivlal ,
such the U a Nov. I. 1928 ___ __ M ..87KecelplH Clr"ul.Urn.I ford County, 111tat*
that make Auction Bridge he did the result would be same. n .'
'spends, his winters in Miami but prosper In a community of prosper durlnir month. I 1298; of n Chancery. .f
wonderful came and a source of Note the play of the hand at spades. time to visit his old friends ous commerce. Warrant during month .. :241.lift/ ( ,Mildred' Clark: 1\\
onstant delight not only to the exert The Z make at finds _______ Complainant
only way can game "In UI 7. fully 83 per cellS of th* Ilul. Iec. 1, 1928 U" 7J7.2 1
but to all classes of players good spades with a club opening is to discard Henry Ford and Thomas) Edison AKrlenlmral KUBllHal. ""
failure In the foundto
T. a.
country were
Nov. 1928 __ .. .. 170.71( Clark .
I.
winter resi-
ad or indifferent. A hand that is finely diamonds on the first three roundsof who are also Florida be due to faults of those falling. 'l Itm-elptu durlnK month- .- ... 129.13 Uefndant. ,

"ayed, or bid is just as much a master- clubs. If he makes the mistake of dents. "Is It any wonder that bankers art Warrant during month 11I0.I)!) It appearing by amdavlt app.nd..J <

eec as a work of art and carries just trumping one club trick, he cannot Interested In the character of the Hal t .o. I. 19211 __ .__ .__ 150.FahllrKf ." to lh.. bill filed, In the .above-nt&ted. .
can* that T. O.
the defendant
much show the value of & Light Company S Fuad crack
i appeal.In make This The Florida Power .
game. management of the companies to R..l. Nov. 1, ISIS __ __. therein named I. a nonreldntof
the preceding article two hands bidding the longer two suits. was awarded the third prize: which loan have been esteoded? ",I Hecelptu during month u .. 127.82 the Stat of Florida' and h* I I. .

offered by the General Electric Probably no other single actor -of Warrant during month resident of Albany Htat of Oeorlta
Problem No. 15 Hal. Uec. I. 19311 ___. __ ____ JZ7.83 llencral Delivery and I* over
Company, for the best Christ- risk-taking li as Important. Ia mnj )nl..f>..aing rand 1 of twcnty-on year.; It I la ther.tor.

Hearts- none mag window display The utility kinds of business management represents Bal. Nov. I. 1028 _____ __ nn1I."lpt. ordered that -.. .
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YOS8PN
.4AS fendant
b* and In hereby "
much more than thrs-fourths during month 511.70 required
I
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Ctub.- 6. 5 companies of Florida were among Warrant during month to appear to the bill of complain IU- -
Diamonds 7, 4 the leaders in window' displays of the banking and Investment risk additional responsibility of telling Hal. aJ..". I. 1928 .______- 634.12Hnllrtlng a In ...lo cause on or before Monday
Spade*- 9, 7,6,3ub.KQJ Caution with respect to a loan Is the the manager ol a woolen mill or of F..dBal. day of January. A. I). 1C29OtherwIse .

leart K Hearts- Q 6. 5. during the holidays and contributed bankers obligation because the monet an Iron foundry bow to run bistabllshment. s. Nov. 1. I92 _________ 7.M th. ale..Uon. of said bill
*- ... effects of IteolptK during month 127.92 will be taken by said
: Y : <,- 1O 7 much to the lighting he lend baa been entrusted to hU' defendant ..
Wararnt during month ._ .
Diamond. Q. J. 10. 9 tA B : lamocJs -S, 3 the various Florida cities.) car. by many depositors. "Th banker's contribution to the Hal. use. 1. 1 28.___ .- -- ... In.'' It I I. further ordered that thla order
pode*- norm : Z J : -teax>ne "Banker usually get Into the management of buslnes* I* a* ft spec State of Florida. be published one. week far
A potato demonstration Is being management of *> company. only hep faUst In finance. Be I* an expert la Bradford Count--, Four rn."utlv. week the Hradford .

Hearts- A, 10, 7, 3 conducted In Highland county by the previous management tia* bn furnishing money and It I* that function statement 1 hereby certify of th. Hclpt that the and foregoing warrant County. In said Telegraph County a and n..paperIPUllah..d State .

Cl''js-A, 4 L. II. Alsmeyer county agent to unsuccessful and then only a* C which be properly f hIs. I..u.d against the fund of cember 12th 1928.
Diamonds K, 5 temporary' measure."The "At beat, the banker' part In buslns Bradford county for the month ot U. W. ALIJMAN. '
determine the best source ot seed (Seal) >
and O.P. 192 la true and correct to .
far-Mclng banker Is not Interested < 1* advisory Inspection
Spades- none the bat of knowledg I and belief. C. A. KNIQHT. --
and also the best varieties for that
In telling management bow The vital responsibility for the sue. O. \V. ALDBRMA.V. Deputy ClerIc. I

Ipades are trumps tad 2 i U in the lead. How' can Y Z win all the tricks apJnst county. Seed are being secured to operate lee butlaese. H* has toej ces* of the buioss rest upon the Clerk of tb. Circuit Court. JOg hILL W1LJ.IAM3 t

my defense? Solution the next article from 22 sources. I maar worries of ilia earn to want the houlden of tvnagemint Itaelf. Blanch Alderman Bradford 1>.e C.untr. I2.11-6t-I-l1 Solicitor fr Complainant.
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a.r'e has !.:! 'ntu 'T&.Uhave eta; Javkaenr.le:! 4,,*arkt wpnarkSo.day ribs last t

Bradford County Telegraph a *-. *+Cee"" 'm f.n.r* east aaoraiAg at 11 *+ o' Nita TW: top -
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From Other Pen plir* ta Uw treat tfe* fitisesu. win betel ear third gaars.rfyiMteea.ce sad FloreBce. wtertitbg.s T
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Fstahli.b'ed 19gibed '-: ; .are aWe t. prove tair chargers Sir4.r Mark at : M I Ha..*too tart T.Jlk ....,.. n.1 I Io'cioek.

l':' i4oi -P .miy fflineta will take aa.r*' can o'clock. AB otters aj.e .apersod .
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II'\.' ;.. cesdnat beer ode.m so lira to be Beeas.su.Thra t mm* Mrs. W Lcwt
Second C1 Hoax 3.GRiFSF1Rasa ;
sMatter
and Catered
as
': Wrtify IITI! Friday J C. ......... .* the Stark diu.... ....... theta c.aaet lie! SauBday evesriac M :H .... X**,oJHf''c- T B. 8.nivajs 011

F at the Pest OSee it Starke, Fferkla T.*........ tips eat sits para lsbatataaas. aM .f the ..b.vt1V o'rfoek Dr. G P. BMtmamt wffl Lad*trir1. Ca. were risstikcssster. B. 3riflas. son o! '.
.. carefcJ that an will E Baxter Doc. St.MSB j ;d
the vsa preachWe
I,: E. S. Matthews ____ ______- ---Onwr and PobBshet. .a,_. _... -.dI. week.-Ttexsrata. wtjaa mr e aaiUsa I are sjtre MrsK. Mrs. M. G. Grt.* of Star,
atsklag au> city teals be happy to keor bock of ta* LajbedJsv Ptbolst u aseaiber -r

C.Rotm op__ _ -_ ___- -______ Managing Editor ., ..,..... n. Lar4erdsl. Dally""._1aeat pw..tk.s. 0.1" Grtstle: ."( tie Crakaaa sfbool faculty.ed m.away... of at.kts.an home>OBia on afte-D> n

''of i.iti',iiit nt t C| .. ------ ..-. -- -. S '1gwa ;are tavtetad d ........ w.h .*. WM (*._ Ul with tb* t. aDd Miss) 2.lB, 1'ZS.> He was tor. +et
I .in tuelledcrlde SUBSCRIPTION RATE All tMa aft cnueiI me arM + I Laic CalswT bat ben assjguod to I al
....,... I county living there anti! a' y,
.. BAPTIST better.I!
\ I Iytnr I" _- sat as CHaNtMti b.twm prs.ltstei I take.. place aa i nu(1vuntoVY i ; Yearly' S1.4; Six Slooths 75<-Payable in Adracee Driers tare tidy aprttlt7 the .t.. \Lad aMpMr. Is tike strawberry baby 1 )fr_ sad Mrs Wekri. .rto. of,,,age of jeers Bradford, then rho';) r

or ;' Advertising! Rates on Application.Pla .... .. ebsaea they a.r serve ,,!dastsi III urged Dr. A. .uo..y rhoo M Ie a IlL COSB.'Tampa, were vuuiag friends aid I moved to eo'jntby J
bare made it the
data cur talNQble .. --- --.. .- '-- Tsp.ssitleor. It.ob.. !to tadaary eau r.arb X.Ha \a yo. eao.Worhy reiafiva here last weekGRAHAM:: i! mt|
.., at tl a, as-, sad ?:X* l stnc
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BKB .. ..
all sad l lbaa.
:ti .t City berries **"* fDO'V'' JIg out IB ear tot*. Jsctor. sxrMO tbE waatau .eq- a..ta >mas.. ..*... Dr. Lowvr wtn Breads '. At tile time of his death r.3 wu|
the Expert) I ... wribaat. c.-e..erittsa sad ... ........ ... .. . old. Me the t .
!' was
ttfi
.. .. years
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tb ti
toes ? >
talk over ] 4 I E tuna-Eataat ;_ .rdesatMr..f n.rlrs.dag tan tIe" DB oor cterek at :S* B. BS\ I. .
Nab! r !dross as saeRy as w.imea lb..: f XIIIMrriCIe W e4ae* I :,of a, family of aloe eh.4.; t to

no Dr one do|| I.',. ;, Xetr year refatMMu not alrea jr broken are b..sty ittcrabsrx gruel dotter t. terse tternfi :mot -BftUke Tie ether strawberry ia4.MrM latdsMfr. carried fa
farmers fq ('': !, ---0-- .t. a. allsd Cb.aUa/ee. ,.m *.jr a Large mmmter e< j.i iplt.ieacfc ........ C..... SCrs. Rayraoad.leader .; ..... ........ ..........1 served fifteen months in the Wrld
,... foIb.-Bra4. Herald.o : OK each SvBday Bight at War after which: be retnn.; to
; cotrik kts kr effortto
t January off the with a 1 bang.o .. i ttac or Mr sad Mrs John Snrreocy Starke and mad It his bom
started new year i >
ChkaZO -- ;:ia m. LIthe
... p. .
.: the..tir. Tb prod sc* faa0y have moved to Plant CityWe j j .
"e i iPRI"BtTIRL time of his death.
Ea-peb/baw aged gels
For cttrui'harvest r. ..bas .U ataee tm tbe iacdcvtry.. the ,' wish them success)
I n.t ; I Besides his> father and tr: Z
: \ o.ra81 prize tor paper audorteen.N er
lilt .kajyer. ktsw A* the two cooperate ; If Mart Byrd havebees !
best. Foi Ia tM neir Anne and ten cent srrwrery aiores: matches anttrthpiek3 .f tfc* PJRhtetallam.sdmts1 .:to ptaetic ot norlbera markets a f Mr. sad Mrs. and relatives'tfcnosgb '''he leaves to mourn his Ic. Jtj;

datewouL w....... If tJaat' ..bj. : 1* a. m. S......,. sebooL J. M.Tmkr. TMtteg. friends brothers and three ..iate.lot
!Faders. of well
are kith .aattty berry packed Ckrwm They left for
'Is hat ",&. ...', vttk the *.f rta* t departmcat _pC. ; !Grifils of Clay county and ZtujGriffis.
j
crop said of delaJi merit ao wm botk ,
In.his if' O- .,I say !.[....e-r-Bra4tnCOll :.'' ra4t therefrom.' As ,1MCot.t..r.J 11 a IlL MoTBlBgwonbfp.. ser- Tampa TuesdayMiss Ed William. Mr Russet! a*
that a tot< f. iced for J259/X50. Remarkable ,Jfen&W.& moon by the pastor -Back of tae : t Grime and Albert Criflls! of S'.rVe.Mrs. : .
!
3Iiarai realty Arm i is being I of si great detry Plant City Isriiariy : Ore. sad Mr. J. L. Farnell. were
Uuie Lee of Stark:
Sirs
Eegfnaing.- '
--oBr.n.wkk -- '
list of r'| l 1.t.rsed tm its rtrawber17 B. TP C Sundaysight
things tiH happen in Figs.Taxes I" Pilot neatly couMr *: I. p. m. ChristUa Endeavor vteHJag our j,Dan Boree of JacksonvL.e) Mnt.
Re.ource'Hema
('. crop tb* handling of it and ts.; i
as,,? ;' ; 0 : back at F rd'. Iatc returns to skipper: sad grower : learn that
We al wrn10
antlchlnery sayiag that "ttue boy who T er, T:Jo p. BB. Ereafng worship are host of other relative and et< 111.1
feeds .' on atJtomoWJe and gasoline ftfceald be need for ODe: al'ke.: A great tbare share of PiaatCity's little Doris Brown ha the flu. We
i
the of erric of and Funeral services were t
rt4I. "
i } eaves k ; jmort< I' < song HraoLeordial < at l
ka beta bonded .
ant '\ i purprJlle only-highway* and bridge Ford factorle while tb. boy whaarwd :i prosperity A iavftattoa to all oar wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. Kindlier Lake church Rev TV, arof
gages ] this thevaluable ; j
Bpoo great ladaistry aIM A. G. Brown and daughter. |
( bank. LM K I are pau. if Ja<< Mr. Pack, terriee extended: to allBROOKEFI Hampton officiatios: : acd 0 f. o. b. market here forth .his. mother
Edith vMUug
debtjj ;ard."-Taapa Trffcmfte.o I. were body was laid to rest in Kiiu;;' :ty
all raise ef landing I growersL ConU e L, Wfcea Starke finally waken up to the a ton aad production will contisite ..... .......... .. ..... crowd enjoyed a Lake cemetery.etnu .
: A very large .
field land will Le high and hard to get. ;' Oar krtelatom draws sex! dollars. to eoJbaace PLat City's position in dane out at Mrs. Morgan's Monday OP THANK
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4a,. Brtcktay draw twreve.KisdmsteeYalleyGautte. the water strawberry ..orlcl.- t : '
night. --
o I BrVklayera p Jli.*. Park Gai.cy .
4S1Coprdgb Plait!! C.ly Courier .1 Melrose was f t !
: Mr. Edd Miklll of \Ve wish to extend thanks tot
.. Tain .
the famous .bOd ovttblcc paTrtfc .
present-day .
: The guy next door says ajnonir' ; e. Walt a mint Well loan -o--- .ee.e.....e.>... ..>..eeo visiting at Graham Sunday. kinds friends who assisted a- clur-l
"If real stuff!imported." I rry roe hLL au rot cwrttrt Brown and Pauline and death J
last word are: : Herald Muses: Thelma lag the sickness) of our
'auae-r.-&uf
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.l> a : Mr R. )I. Gainey .is spending: '
Mills vising Edna Williams brother Roan B. Criffls
were ; son and !
CM Hammer for arylsTampaTribase. mitI '
some Urn la Georgia with friends j
Sunday. )fro and Mrs. )I. G Grlffij
I Henpecked husband who had left hit better half told the and relativeMr. *-. '. Misses Clyde Morgan. ThelmaHabert and family

I ""'- ._--.-------- L. R. Gainey was transacting -; .
( judge he was not a deserter but a refugee. the PaRACrap hen Brown and Roy Reynolds
We frost > business ia Starke
: PRATER Monday. : Tampa Tampa Portland Ce
h BIBLE THOUGHT AND were shopping la Gainesville Saturday |
o wlgaled tbroojh the by Christ Mr*. Bill Thomas and daughters. afternoon.Those meat Co.. awarded contract to for-1

i sheriff his the first day I maw with BOthlne wore than a Verlie and Anna Belle arePlaiting : dance nlsh 80,000 sacks of cement to twi
JlUhtJOrOUghJKW' proved nerve Bradford CoantyTte Wb a should we sow tbe seed? who enjoyed the

his mother-in-law a> a deputy.i tammyMbe. ."' __e read-Ecc. 11:6: friends and relative la i! over at Rlx from here Saturday used in making Improvements to|
office by appointing Its as ponderbereabo.ta.
he wax in I CHRIST"H >IISKION n.Jma Habert Brown.
I We didn't even have :9. Mr. R. T Osteea transacting night<< were -

o I Lake Lake 4:18. The Spirit of the was Clyde Brown S. E. Rattler and
tamm"Kbe.-Eau. Reg
a I' business la Starke last Moa-
i j} 1 Gilbert Freeman will act as host to the PaRAGraphers I Ir. ion. Lord* upon me. because be bath Roy Reynolds.Mr. .
n fc. lay
t
ere j rr I>R. B. S. CARROLL
annotated to preach the gospel Wllber Deanison and BIrtHlnsoa
me :
*'s,0l argil; meet In Avon Park the last Saturday and Sunday in January. -o- Mrs. Raleigh Waters and chllIrea Dratist
r't' to the poor;-be hath sent me to of Hampton were visitingat :
short su
Th CalUoraU football player of Apopka.
are spending someme
suit of 1' r. "heal the broken-hearted, to preachdeliverance Graham Sunday. Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store
who ran in the wrong direction here with friends and rela-
H When feel like criticisms the action of that California to the captive and'reeo..rI. }fro Bill )feraD'.ad Johnnie Phone 33
you didn't bare a thing on some defeated .Jves.
t Chi of sight( to the blind to Bailey were. visiting at Graham Office Hours: 9 to S.
1)ia) l football player keep in mind that he tried to accomplish candidate.Saraaota Daily that bruis. The Brooker school opened their
t set at liberty them are last week.:
Spa; Tlm_. Bat at eat be coolda'taay doors for the finishing of the term
r eomethinff. ed. I Johnnie Bailey a"nd Joe Slower
With th that be abided by tbe will of titer the holidays. All teachers. -
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flu bleb r. f) r Ibe majority and thanked his. supporters Lake I': 10. For the Son of manU except one was present. -"... _.."-.,...- ---, ----- ------.. ..-.. .... .--....-.'
? Thiimlesirt come to seek and to save that
Wd t
# St. Petersburg; woman 104 years of age bobbed her hair!1 for tbe'r el'oru.-30Iia.mJ: which was lost I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin and t I I

I|, hcnrt, l 4' the other day. The century plant flowers when it reaches 100! Beacb San. I j John 14:2, 3. In my Father's .hlldren. were visiting friends and I J HAROLD C WALL
1.Th .'< 0-- elatives at Heilbronn Springs Sun.
,
house are many mansions; If itwere i
of one years of age. One more thing we would like lay
that tb o to know to wbat baa become of the j not so. I would have told t t'OiL Mrs. Lonnie McDavid of Lacrosse I t INSURANCE
I go to prepare a place for I
bid otrl' otd-fa bioned sent wbo used to remove ras visiting here last Thursday.
courseongin Bullet fired by Key West officer at a negro resulted in a I his .boe1t. and sometimes his! ,.oa. 1. And if I go and prepare a Among those attending: church STARKE. FLORIDA

Them j Hat for the bullet and a headache for the darkey'when it sinks, before settling blmaelf In .place-and receive for yon.yon I onto will myself come again; tbat .it New Hope last Saturday were: Represents tttf Best Leading Insurance Companies

one cli skulL the arm cbair on the front porch of i I )fro and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and
struck his! ,where I am there ye may be also.
ACCIDENT : LIABILITVI
FIRE. LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND
longertuniiy l4, ., an afternoon to read the papel"-1 on. ----0.-- I Prater: O Lord. Thy ways are I
t Tampa Time j ADJCSTJIEXTS. MADE PROMPTLY
; i .. not aa our ways, neither are Thy : : J
; I
the is offense in o-- Mr. Hugh Butler Crosby waarranaacting .
under Italy
Kissing moon a jail now .
lx> the thought our thoughts for as the I __ ____ _...r-
on tho? ,, ,' That leaves the top and side of the sphere for Italian lovers! It Florida may avrprtoe pent u.2eo.-you to knowtbat onplumbing j. heaven' is high above the earth soar I business in Jackson-' ,

clearly'of --------
Thy thoughts and Thy waysabove
fairy to spoon around. I and beating equipment '
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suit (ir 4 o being mostly plumbing during the : oars. .

have bOn :. last twelve montb. This. state WKKK OF PRAYER: I I .
The Ho ver brothers (not including Herb) operate a stood eighth among all the atatea ,I .

r'prten ofd of b, ntudia in Starke.-Wauchula Advocate. And are almost as ; IB the country There ia no diaputlnc The meetings now being held -- -

the ac ;; well known in this country for their work as Herb. figure of this kind tbat unitedly by the churches of the

just a r tell the tree state of business cocditlona -I town are being; largely I attended j
Jtst 0 In Florida. More f'-d for .and many express pleasure that 1

i sowul. n.., > When two stations come in on the came wave lengthy tbe optimist.-Klulmr-.w.. Gazette. ; the ministers have arranged to 01>>-

n 1 u tubes will squeal, says the Radio World. And what happens I -oProfessor ,tenre this first week of the new
of English at I
5.ra'l,rear In this way. All evangelical
when two sopranos come In Times-Union. Icicle- rne L'nlveriity says tbia ,.churches throughout the world are <

covered static. needs some new swear word It'a !. expected to begin each new year

1 t I'i' 0 np to him to coin. a ..ord'tha. will 'I'by coming together In united praytt -!

I'Ai' i' relieve a fellow' feeling quicker<<: service for the advancement of

:. ; Exchange nays Mound Bayou, Mississippi, a negro town than those now In use.-StarkeTelegraph. I the Kingdom of God on earth f

of 1,000( population, has done away with itA jail because of I Maybe you young fellow On Monday night the first meeting -I

,ponly one-arrest in six years. Crap-shooting must not be a jail j' think yon need sail new u Cu"l was in the Methodist church
word, bat nothing can and Dr. Lowry gave the address,
r -offense in that burg. well good old plain "damn. -
aa I Ii subject, the nation, and outlined .
: __ p i Palm Beach<<: Independent. :the greatness of our own nation
'

K I For ladies who want to stay !slim smoking is now recommended -I 1 While -It-may-o-be popular to I'and nations her of responsibility the world.among He also the

i' Na y by cigarette manufacturers. Smoking will certainly i iI :charge retiring administration* I pointed out some of the presentttns

i I I i with extravagance: and the recent of national weakness and the .
dry out fat, but did you ever see anything beautiful in a I
1''f av6'r9 legislatures. especially the 1927. need of earnestly seeking divine
chunk of dried meat?
Sduh i did saddle unnecessary burdens 001' aM: that righteousness might be i imalftlaIDt'd.

{ A I the people a Urge part of the Tuesday night the I

tle evict'' Times-Union tells of a meeting of scientists who decided i taxew now being pad! by the peo.l. meeting was la the Presbyterian I II
(
bane IPle of tbe tate were voted on them I II church: which was well filled. I II

J h man Is merely a chemical and as such is only worth $1.98. I by themselves back In the day of j I Rev. Mr. Olckson, pastor of the I

the t That will explain a lot of marriages, for few women can turndown 1'25 and '29 when all of ua were I I. Christian church came from Jack- _

t, a bargain at $1.08. about to become --millionaire- lonvllle and gave m splendid ad-!' ;Jt ,
our day dream*.-Madlson-Enter- ( Christian Education.Prayers .
on
rest '
I ( 0 prl.e-Utcorder. I were offered for our colleges t; 4

Miami school board has issued instructions to teacherson --'moo--- and schools that the teachers I ..
.J : I Inventor of that automatic machine therein might be dominated
M MSe how to spank students, designating as open territory the : to operate the linotype ha by a splendid Christian Influence "

space between the knees and belt. Now If dad will respect the Dot said how the device will divide upon the scholars. Rev. L. W.

:.i4/ closed season during holidays, all will be well. a word properly at the end of a Klekllter prayed earnestly for oar "

; 5i line, backspace a line of long high school its principal and

., l'' 0 word or pick out sorts from a pl- teachers and all officers of the+I FOUR REASONS FOR DOING

Two main points brought out Jn the state school survey itacker.-Starke. Telegraph. No, board. Bro. Klekllter baa served
nor bow they will take care of the i board of education for 1 1It
and educational from >tt the
state
a Remove county system politics
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are:
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time when the macblne will hang twenty-eight and has put his
t' ; that of the total current expenses of schools, forty-seven up for a few minute, thus losing I heart and strength years Into the work. BUSINESS WITH THIS BANK

"' I': million dollars, only eleven million dollars were spent for instructional part of the .to". And several His faithful service will long be

;2iJ other thing that might be men. remembered.
service. '
f':., Honed.-Montlcello New Wednesday night the meeting Is

; r, t b 0 -oBeDJam11i + to be In the Baptist church and ReliabUity. .
.:at), j, ; .. It requires about thirty-five gallons of water to grow an of the Palm Beach Independent tier, E. M. Rooks will speak on 3-Ability to Help You2Accommodation

Fell fl.' ear of corn weighing only a pound, according to a recent and Powell of tbe the subject. "Our 110_." Thurs- 4ConvenienceFour
sfo1 Tlmea-Unlon arguing over the
sb 1 : are Methodist church sub
lay night
t l' Well it doesn't require near that much to make a
statement. Lerma "mountain dew" and "moun 'eel. "Mlssiona". ; speaker Rev. G.

i gallon of corn.-Wauchula Advocate. Any good bootlegger, lain-cawn." Aa long aa they can f. Raymond. Friday night. Baptist

rll.'AI.. though can make thirty-five gallons of "corn" out of one. get a kick out of the argument church subject "The Church Mighty Good Reasons "
Why You
each can claim he'* right.-Starke Universal"; speaker Rev A. II. Should

I \ t tN : o Telegraph. We have to get oar Rennla ot Penney>> Farms.
t
'.' Since he made the rash statement of knowing places in kick oat of the argument: becausewe : There will be a general exchange Make This Bank Your Financial Headquarters ".

l ,. Central Florida where he could' find a good substitute for can't get the mountain licker. tl pulpit services next Sunday eve-
t
: But we know some places up InCentral r ..
a 1 1Y f. mountain licker Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent Florida where a pretty aloe Presbyterian** follows:church Rev. E. WHY NOT INVESTIGATE TODAY? ;:

i has had six personal calls, thirty-seven telegrams! and two ubtltute can be had.-Palm U. Roots

1 bags of special delivery mail. That's the penalty for being in Beach: Independent. Baptist church-Dr. Lowry. .

I -0- Methodist church: --Dr. O. P. .
discreet. Over In Polk county the ..h.rlffha. Raymond. BANK OF STARKE r

o brought suit against two Lakeland "

\ Those counting on Governor Carlton to materially reduce because citizen of statements for $60,000 allegedly damages: : METHODIST' A ROLL OF HONOR BANK

remember that the entire millage assessedby .
j their taxes should made by them of the conduct of In addition to the Sunday school

r. the state Is only about one-tenth of the amount paid, and the office. Although the sheriff sod the Epwortb League meetings E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. j. Davis Cashier0..r

In some counties considerably less. Taxes assessed by cities was re-elected be refuses to drop held at the Methodist church Sunday -

the salt but declares: tbat he want* a moil Interesting feature of
the tax burden because of the relatively
and counties make up a thorough Investigation: because the day U that Dr.J. P. Hilburn of

email, number of taxpayers to pay the tax. tbe statements were In no Instance Jacksonville presiding elder of the

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.... .... ___ BRADFORD COITXTT TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA --y-
"' i P10R HIUHTBradford. ._,. _. I ; > j..q'wvllle > .r-u attended the dance at ill Nq
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--- wttf-preacl t last
'.' more than halt truths. This may Jacksonville district gan's Monday night.

.:' County TelegraphI have a good effect on future earn. ,Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock I Mrs T P Ward and daughters, Everybody Invited to 01 u ,
Tw'NO I the cltlzc, He will hold our third quarterly!: : vie: .
.taiG'; From Other PensJ. I palgns. In the event II Stellamae and Florence were P U., every Sunday nigh
l 1877 are able to prove their chart) conference Saturday night at 7:3: last Tuesday o'clock. .1 t
LIng! In Hampton
i county officers will take more care ''o'clock. All officers are expected .
..__
I __ and
.._ : W. S. Lang
r ..._ i to conduct their offices so tbat to be present. Mr. and Mrs. nGIU..s

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class C. Roblnnon. of the Starke! 'charges against them cannot be I Then Sunday evening at 7:3: < son. Nat and Mr. T. B. Sullivan of -

Starke Florida substantiated, and It the eherllr o'clock Dr. G P. Raymond will Ludowlcl. Ga.. were visiting hU
at
Fun Matter at the Post Office Telegraph laps out a nifty paragraph RoaR B. Srlffls, son or '.
wins the voters may be careful In preach. We are sere that all will [ sister, Mrs E. E. Baxter Dec. 28 Mrs. M. G. GrUBs of Stared

y E. S. Matthews\ ___________________Owner and pUbliSher' column each week.-Time r making statements they cannot i be happy to hear both of these 1 Miss Lubedla Plihotster.) a meta- away at his home after

Managing Edit Union. Ft. Lauderdale Dally I eminent preachers. Our friend 1 her of the Graham school faculty a
prove.
of
Robinson __ Illness pneumonia on I D
.1. C. __ ------------- > mb,,
------ and Mini
= o Now. are Invited to worship with us. was taken 111 with the flu
He
20th. 1928. was born
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HI "j' tc |(1
\\t"'I' free and been assigned
created has
All --
men are Lois Galney
fi SUBSCRIPTION RATE county, living there until ai'
i'M.('<'"IP married and I HIITIST until she Is better. rh
I
equal-then come get Cooperation between produc take her place of 9 years then th
..hl'ill"n( (| \ Months 75c Payable in Advance their equality the ftrst Mrs Wetherlngton of age until]
Yearly, $1.50; Six others lose and shipper In the strawberry I In- Mr. and moved to Bradford coum ,
\'U1'. +niifviintory chance they come acros Sunday school at 10 a. m. Com< visiting friends and r )ien(
or. Advertising Rates on Application. game of dustry is urged by Dr, A. N. Tampa, were they have made it the.
non
.. -Tampa Times. Brooks. No Industry can reach Its if you can.WorshIp relatives here last week. since.
\\ -
iatctor tuNqblo and 7:30p. (
< ( -- --o- at 11 a. m., .
BK!: out in car lots. tbe maximum of efficiency and mutual Rev. Dr. Lowry, will preacl' At the time of his death iti' an wa
Plant City berries are moving Baltimore doctor says benefit without cooperation and: m. ...NNNNNeGRAIIAi11
| e+*....... 38 years old. He was the firm
the Exptrl; In church 7:30 Og
Times-Colon, urges the men i to co-ordlnatioa.of contributing fac- our at p. m. .
talk over "t r* o The Mid-week service Wednesday of a family of nine children. I tr
dress as scantily as women. Is :
tors. The strawberry Industrynot :
Dr. Nob:, broken are badly ben there 7:30 m.Junior pass on into the great beyond< lit
New resolutions not already genial doctor stems to forget unlike other Industries carrIed!< p. .
one dO; year Union Mrs ......*.+... served fifteen months in the Worl
no Is a place called Chattahoochee for< by large number of peopl Raymond .+.......... !
on a
",
he
fa ; --o---- War after which returned
farmers r al b
Bradenton Herald. leader on each Sunday night
such folks.- and
etch contributing his or her effort Mr .and Mrs. John Surrency
and made It his
fa Starke horn
general.Tanu"-tyl" ', : Chicago bombers started off. the new year with a bang, ----oExprobibitlon -- the to the entire whole The produc 6:30: p. m. family hare moved to Plant City. the time ot his death. sun,:

agent gets has his place In the Industry, tbe We wish them success. '
his father
Besides and
citrus .
o YTKRIA.N
For UE. mnther,
Durant prize for the best paper on buyer his. As the two co-operate Mr. and Mrs. Murf Byrd have
harvest ie:, :, and be leaves to mourn his lost Br.
In the new five and ten cent grocery stores, matches enforcement of the Eighteen! In placing on northern markets a been visiting friends and relatives ]
best, Fort| ': amendment. Wonder It that's wby 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. brothers and three ststen, Jo
'. of berry well packed They left for
high quality Christmas.
date wou j ,! toothpicks are leaders. be Isn't with the enforcement department < definite will both'' Truby supt. through Grime of Clay county and Zenu
; and of merit so Tampa Tuesday
crop Is ha longer.-Bradento 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser Grime Eugene Grlffls Svdnej,
o any : therefrom. As the cent Mr. Russel
profit Miss\ Edna William.
inhie. t., mon by the pastor, "Back of the Griffin and Albert Grime ot Starke,
that a foe, ,;:. i': Miami realty firm is being sued for $250,000. Remarl Herald. of a great Industry Plant Cityvitally Is Beginning." Green and Mr. J. L. Farnell were Mrs.\[ Lizzie Lee ot Stark.. Mrt
--o- interested In Its strawbe Sunday
B. Y P U.
Hat ot rr. r in Florida 6: 30 m. Christian Endeavor,, visiting our Dan :Boree of Jacksonville Mn
able still happen Brunswick Pilot neatly comes< p.
things
; the handling of It and tbe! I
Roeource i 'I";" I II Mr. Ford's latest remark ry crop Estelle KendrIck, leader. night. M. J. Greene of Miami uid j
f 0 back at returns to shipper and grower We al to learn that
: are sorry
items as host of other relatives and t'"
"the boy who never 7:30 p. m. Evening worship,,, ndi
; saying that lke.! A great share share of Placity's has the flu. We
/ : should be used for one little Doris Brown
.
feeds anchlnery Taxes on automobile and gasoline raves Is riding In the product of has been bullded< service of song and sermon. Funeral services were hard II,l
prosperity wish him speedy recovery.
: w and bridges.i ford factories, while the boys who A cordial Invitation to all our a Kingsley Lake church, Rev !'ayiOI
purpose only-highways upon this great Industry and tbe Mr. A. G. Brown and daughter
gages an Mr. Pact services extended to all. of Hampton. officiating, and (the
: \ laved are patronizing valuable f. o. b. market here the visiting his mother
ts' Edith were
". bank L ( i o) Tribune.o ----.- body was laid to rest in Klnlsle( ,
debtl. ::. ird. Tampa growers. Continued co-opera- and father Wednesday
. all wakes to the value of a landin; -- -- NNNNNHNN.N.Ne Lake cemetery.
When Starke finally up Lion and production will continue I.. A very large crowd enjoyed a .

""field, land will be high and hard to get. Our legislators Bricklayers draws draw six twelve.-dollars I to: enhance Plant City's position ;In I : BROOKER : dance out at Airs. :Morgan's Monday ('.\HI) OF THANKS
a day. the winter: strawberry world.- night. --

1 'r,. o '. Clsslmmee Valley Gazette. Uric* Plant City Courier. Miss' .'('nrle Gainey. CN Mr. Edd Mlk'll! of :Melrose was We wish to extend thanks ", Ih,

4 i ( The guy next door says among the present-day famou ayers build Walt something minute. '.'-''e'l1loan Tamp I o .NN.N.N.eNN.NN visiting at Graham Sunday. kinds friends who assisted u> during
Mbune. a CREST roe ALL-ALL roacaeincr.rrwrwr.krrn.Ar.ri Misses\ Thelma Brown and Pauline the sickness and death of our
last words are: "It's real stuff("imported. you a hammer.-Sanford Herald --- ..., :Mr R. M. Galney Is spending Edna Williams
::::J Mills were visiting son and brother. Roan B Grlffls
;
0' lammer for carping?-Tamp some time In Georgia with frIends
UU Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M.\ G Griffii

:' Henpecked husband who had left his better half told the rribune. and Mr.relatives., Misses Clyde Morgan Thelma and family
L. R. Gainey was transacting -
f'' ---o-- Hubert Brown and Roy Reynolds,
judge he was not a deserter but a refugee.Hillsborough's We trust the PaRAGrapher BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYS! business in Starke Monday. were shopping in. Gainesville Sat Tampa Tampa Portland Cement
through the day Christ Mrs. Bill Thomas and daughters ,
o tavlgated urday afternoon: Co., awarded contract to fur
: nay with nothing worse than i a !,. Verlie! and Anna Belle are nlsh 80,000 sacks of cement 10 to
i, ., > his the first day; When should we BOW the seed T Those who ,enjoyed the dance
sheriff nerve
_
1 new proved ummyache. Bradford Count; Inswer read-Ecc. 11:6 visiting friends and relatives In over at Rlx from here Saturday used In making improvements to!
Copyri&1J his mother-in-law as a deputy 'legrapb. It's as dry as powde Brooksville. Panama Canal.
he was in office by appointing 3. CIiniST'H{ MISSION night were Thelma Hubert Brown, .
lereabouts. We didn't even hay Mr. R. T. Osteen was transacting -
-o- Luke 4:18. The Spirit of the' Clyde Brown, S. E. Rattler and
a, tumtnyache.-Eustls Lake Keg business In Starke last Monaay. -
f because be hath I Roy Reynolds.Mr. .
lord Is upon me
Gilbert Freeman will act as host to the PaRAGrapher: Ion. DR B. 8. CARROLL
There t ; innolnted me Breach the gospel Wilber Dennison and Dirt
.t41> ; ergi i, meet in Avon Park the last Saturday and Sunday in January o to the poor;, he bath sent me I to Mrs. Raleigh Waters and children Hinson of Hampton, were visiting Dentist

short uijl j( \ 0 The California football player heat the bro n-hearted. to prtac of Apopka are spending sometime I at Graham Sunday. Over Corpening's Drug Store
suit of I i iHe rho ran In the wrong direction leliverance to the captives and here with friends and rela- Mr. Bill Moran'and Johnnie Phone 33

:'' When you feel like criticising the action of that California dldn't have a thing on some defeated ecoverlng of sight to the blind, I to tives. Bailey were visiting at Graham Office Hours: O to A.
cinp ; mind that he tried to accomplish candidates.-Sarasota Dally;; brut The Brooker school opened their last week.
UiaJ \ football player, keep in 8et at liberty them that are
But at least be couldn'tlIay doors for the finishing of the term
; 'Imes. Johnnie Bailey end Joe Stowers
Spo t something. that he abided by the will of ed. I after the holidays. All teachers _
With th Luke 19:10. For the Son of man
t, his except one was present. ..._.... rwwuawwwiwiswiwwuuwmwaueiasuauateamauru, ,
the Lido' 0' the majority and thanked sup Is come to seek and to save that ... ""' \ .
r their efforts.-Mlam Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin and lIIIIIJJIIII.I\I.-J
tsndesirti'' St. Petersburg woman 104 years of age bobbed her hail orters for ,whIch was lost.
3, leach Sun. children, were visiting friends and HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE

heart,The, jt E\ the other day. The century plant flowers when. it reaches 100(( 0-- once John are 14:2 many, 3. mansions In my Father; if I Itwere relatives at Hellbronn Springs Sun-

ot. one" (l r years of age. One more thing we would like not so, I would have told lay.Mrs.
of thiIdfanhloned Lonnie McDavId of Lacrosse
become
know is what has
that thVid + 0 to 'ou. I go to prepare a place for
who used to remove vas visiting here last Thursday.
on.course.: gent 3. And It I go and prepare a 1Represents I
,' c.j j; Bullet fired by Key West officer at a negro resulted in I a his shoes, and sometimes hisBocks ,you.'lace' for you, I will come again, Among those attending church STARKE, FLORIDA

eridnii. flat for the bullet and a headache for the darkey'when i it before settling himself Inthe and receive. you unto myself; that at New Hope last Saturday were: << the Rest Leading Insurance Companies
chair on the front porch ofan Hr.. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and
one clu ',' struck his skull. afternoon arm to read the paper.- /here I am there ye may be alsc ion, Clarence and Mrs. Millie\ FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIABILITY
lonerpartne Prayer: 0 Lord, Thy ways are
--0-- Tampa TImes. 4a1 ney. ADJUSTMENTS: SUDE PROMPTLY:
tot as our ways, neither are Tl1y

tunity| Kissing under the moon is a jail offense in Italy now o--- to know thoughts our thoughts, for as the transactIng Mr.\ Hugh! business Butler Crosby in Jackxon-was etliWmArttlmiAAlr.'!!!!!! .aAreeM7laelAalYrwAmmryrmaranm," '''
surprise you
be tlet It may
That leaves the and sides of the sphere for Italian lovers: heaven is high above the earth so ,
top or
tho $40,200.000
clearly to around. plumbing and heating equipment,
spoon bore ours. i
of f.vrj{ theist ,
plumbing, during
beIng mostly I .
suit (C"have o
IS; L I twelve months. This state I WEEK: or K.\\KH: I .

OnM ) The Hoover brothers (not including Herb) operate a IItood eighth among all the states I .

\ on ? studia in Starke.-Wauchula Advocate. And are almost as In the country. There In no die The meetings now being belt -- -
ecotheac of this kind thattelt the churches of thetown
utlng figures nltedly by
a' ...Y'' well known in this country for their work as Herb. the true state of business con- are being largely attended

just a 0c Ulons In Florida. More food foi !and many express pleasure tha AI i Ig

I homeeiF Jtw c\ ._ When two stations come in on the same wave length the optimist.-Klsslmmee_ Gazette the ministers have arranged to oberve tw
.. -0 this first week of the new
fI ,' tubes will squeal the Radio World. And what happens at Syracuse _
says Professor of English tear In this way. All evangellca I' i ir
I when two sopranos come in together-Times-Union. Icicle- University says this country lurches throughout the world ar I

covered static. eeds some new swear words. It.sup :expected to begin each new yea
i ,
,.,', to him to coin a word that will by coming together In united prayer -
6 o slleve a fellow's feeling quicker service for the advancement ofthe

liar Exchange says Mound Bayou, Mississippi, a negro town thaltbolle now In use.-Stark* Kingdom of God on earth.
Ir Maybe young fel- night the first meetIng -
you
elegraph. On Monday
has done with its jail because of
of
,1 Ali 1,000 population, away 10wII think you need new cur was In the Methodist churcl

4Rhb' :. only one'arrest in six years. Crap-shooting must not be a jail ords, but nothing can suit us 110welt and Dr. Lowry gave the address,

;, :,-offynse in that burg. as good old plain "damn.- abject, the nation, and outlined<
";; aim Beach Independent. the greatness of our own nation ? sit ?
', 0 :
.
the
---aWhile and her responsibility among '

;:. For ladies who want to stay slim, smoking now recom It may be popular to I nations of the world. He alai<

';,.ti{ o ,, mended by cigarette manufacturers. Smoking will certainly charjle; retiring administrations pointed out some of the presen .
.
; with extravagance, and the recent gus of national weakness and the
.r i nek i j dry out fat, but did you ever see anything beautiful in a I glslatures, especially the 1927,,, need of earnestly seeking divine,< I II II

k: :: chunk of dried meat? did saddle unnecessary burdens onthe I ad!' that righteousness might blatntalned. <

0-- people, a large part of thetaxe" Tuesday night tlu
{r cluhe t now being pa'd' by the people meeting was In the Presbyterian

tvnlhanefi '. Times-Union tells of a meeting of scientists who decidedman of the state were voted on them lurch, which was well filled f

u lead*,! is merely a chemical, and as such is only worth $1.98. by themselves back In the days ol Rev. Mr. Dickson pastor of the

the l! '25 and '26 when all of us were Christian church came from Jack .
That will explain a lot of marriages, for few women can turn In vt.
about to become -millionaires- mvllle and gave a splendid addre.s -

''J down a bargain at $1.98. our day dream8.-Madlllon-Enter- on Christian Education

"1tl o I rUe-Recorder. rayers were offered for our col i' 4
: _o----- schools that the teach.
4r! legea and I
Miami school board has issued instructions to teachers
? Inventor of that automatic machine era therein might be dominated -. -.

"uJ': [. on how to spank students, designating as open territory the to operate the linotype hasnot by a splendid Christian Influence "

M'r I ,', space between the knees and belt. Now if dad will respect the said how the device will divide upon the scholars. Rev L. W
pC! at the end of a earnestly for our
a word properly Ickllter prayed
.. closed season during holidays, all will be well.
Dull ',I line, back-space a line of longwords high school, its principal and

spa. : t L. 0 or pick out sorts from a pi- lachers and all officers of theboard. FOUR REASONS FOR DOING
: No,
acker.-Starke Telegraph. Bro. Klckliter has served
r Two main points brought out in the state school survey ,
of thetime
nor how they will take care oR a the board of education tot
are: Remove state and county educational system from politics when jnachlne will hang rentyight years and has put blsheart BUSINESS WITH

,, I ; that of the total current expenses of schools, forty-seven up. for a few minutes, thus losing and strength into the work, THIS BANK

million dollars, only eleven million dollars were spent for instructional part of the story. And several HIli faithful service will long bemembered.
might be men.
other things that .
I service. oned.-Montlcello News Wednesday night the meeting Isto

r: 0H --oBenjamin i. i be In the Baptist church andRe" Reliability. j
.
It requires about thirty-five gallons of water to grow an of the Palm Beach In- E. M. Rooks will speak onthe 3-Ability to Help You
of the "
and Powell Thursday
pendent "Our Homes. -
r I '. ear of corn weighing only a pound, according to a recent Imes-Unlon.. are arguing over the i subject night Methodist church, aub.j.ct 2-Accommodation 4-Convenience '

abo h statement. Well, it doesn't require near that much to make a terms "mountain dew" and "moun- "Missions"; speaker Rev O.

t gallon of corn.-Wauchula Advocate. Any good bootlegger, ..Incawn.." As long as they canget P. Raymond. Friday night. Bapit -
[; kick out of the argument church subject, "The Churchiivenal"
a ,
Four -
make gallons of "corn" out of one. Mighty Good Reasons You '
i. t though can thirty-five each can claim he's rlght.StarkeTelegraph. ; speaker Rev. A. II. Why Should

: o We have to get ourkick ennie of Penney Farms. Make This Bank Your

Since he made the rash statement of knowing )places in out of the argument becausee I. There will be a general exchange Financial Headquarters :

.: can't get the mountain Ucker. or! pulpit services next Sunday eyenine '
Central Florida he could find a good substitute for r ,. .
where in
?
WHY
), But we know some places up as follows: NOT INVESTIGATE -
l I mountain licker, Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent entral. Florida where a pretty Presbyterian church Rev. E. TODAY? ;

td has had six personal calls, thirty-seven telegrams and two ibntltute! can be had.-Palm 1\[:. Rooks. \

? f' That's the for being i in each Independent.Over Baptist church-Dr. Lowry.
bags of special delivery mall. penalty .
-0 Methodist church-Dr. O. P.aymond. .
I':"' discreet. la Polk county the sheriff BANK OF STARKE ,

: o hall brought suit against two Lakeland .

/ counting Governor Carlton to materially reduce citizens for $50,000 damages METHODIST A ROLL OF
L!. Those on cause of statements allegedly HONOR BANK

i ,,(" their taxes should remember that the entire millage assessed mad. by them of the conduct Qrthe la addition to the Sunday school E. S. Matthews, Pres.

,, by the state is only about one-tenth of the amount paid, and office. Although the sheriff aud the Epworth League meetings R. J. Davis, Cashier
i1 i waa re-elected be refuses to drop held at the Methodist church Sun-
,., &j' in'some counties considerably less. Taxes assessed by cities the suit but declares that ha wants ty, a most Interesting feature ofthe

f and counties make up the tax burden because of the relatively a thorough Investigation because day is that Dr.J. P. Illlburn ofcksonvllle ,

it small number of taxpayers to pay the tax. the statement were la no Instance presiding elder of the -

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