Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02368
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Come Before., Officials I FOR DISABLED SOLDIERSWashington OVER JOB HOLDERSSecond ':,jj

Necessary c __.__ ____._ -------1 Tallahassee, Jan 12.--Governor*

tax laws will CompanyTo D. C., Jan. 9-- I the next year or two, we will require i Request IsMad Doyle K. Carlton today ended

scrutiny at an < 'Congressman II. A. Green of the' an additional Home, and as probably the most strenuous week

l"alo: Changes Hand. be held In Orlando Spend Full second district of Florida today I'stated- above, I believe his( shouldbe i For Extension of his career. And his tasks has

R A. Newsom has sold the Roytate 'der the auspice of Introduced a bll! In the house of located in the South but, of

on Call etreet to I. D. Hawk soclatlou Real Week In Starke representatives- to provide for the I course, congress must determine Ti eOnNevTags only Just begun "

jn the transfer taking place first which will be establishment of a branch home of 'I' this question. i Although hampered by hundreds -
of the week. Mr. Hawkins la an sentatlves of the the National Home for Disabled Commenting- further Judge of visitors who have called
Monday Januar I Tallahassee Dec. 13. Reques
Beginning on ; -
restaurant man and Volunteer Soldiers in the State of Green stated that Florida was an i
xperienced boards as well as by the Williams Stock Co., a home I during his four days in office, the
'111 give personal attention to operation Florida. 'Ideal place In every way for the lo. for another extension' of time trot
lectors, county will chief executive has found time to
organization give i a
of his purchase. delegates from I The bill provides for the selection -I' cation of such a home and that he I Iexpe'ted January 15 to February 1 for the delve
program of popular lays Into the affairs of various
to fight to the last ditch 1
of a site for said home andBHO purchase by Florida vehicle owners -
ganlzatlons, and its tent theatre here. : departments, their- personnel and
of Cllta-nt, failedA
Meeting provides for the appropriation for the passage ot his bill. He was
persons. I Among the many favorable com of 1029 automobile license tag finances, so that he may be able
meeting of the Starke Chanter of $3,000,000 for establishment of very optimistic relatlve, the outcome -
The purpose of received by this company 01 has been made by the elate motor to diagnose the case ot each and
of Commerce bag been called same. It la to a bill recently -
announced by the performances Is the follow I similar vehicle coimnlnsion: W. F. Allen try to (HIM some remedy for the
President D, E. Knight for tonight introduced by Senator
by decide If possible from the Augusta, Ga., commissioner, announced today.In Ills his administration has fallen
H, A. Green of the
Friday at his office. 7:3'' Fletcher of Florida.Commenting Congressman
lathe Ideas for declnrlng\ hat "this ta to be heir to.Dne .
o'clock. Several matters of Impor Chr0I1-1 on the bill Judge second FlorIda district today addressed -
( "Six General "..;ntlrely contrary to I the'flnal grace'period," Commit)- need not be a financier nor
lance will come before the meeting Green stated that such action had. a a'meeting the SouthernProtective
tion changes generally' expected of It, the Wll i Tariff Association held stoner Allen said the extension was expert accountant to IN that the
and a full attendance of cltlzens been requested by the John J. .
wide tax conference Stock Co., presented one' of the second requested by the motor state's ftmuicea are in bad shape .
American the Hotel Washington,
is requested. PershIng Camp No. 10 at Raleigh ,
ing September. most creditable performance vehicle commission, the first belni and need drastic treatment, tile
D. C. lie urged the full and united -
Legion: and Individuals in Florida i
Loses Tag and Tires include removal of Riven here, when It gave "1g who are interested In same. Upon : effort for protection on Florida January 1 to 1C. I I general, revenue fund, the real Indicator -

Some enterprising thief supplle< lorem tax, relief ," as its first presentation this request Judge Green ,took the products, pointing out that Florida The commlss'oner! Intimated that ,' \ of the state's financial con

Ills car with a new set of tires and additional a week's repertoire of stock. matter with Honorable George 1 fruit and sugar should receive tug-buying this year had been behind dition, Is sick, BUffering from a
expenditures, I "While the Williams outfit is i a up tho net duilng the las greatly enlarged deficit.
1929 tag at one and the same time H. Wood, president of the board I further protection and that protection pace
Friday night, when he raided the one office, mailing company it Is a company of of managers. National Home tor "should, be granted for Florida period and warned" tlittl "Ihosi Two Million Short '; l

garage' of A, J. Thomas east ostarke all property as well, or practically so, Disabled Volunteer Soldiers and I vegetables, naval stores, tobacco who full to have the requlredplate' On Dec. 31, two weeks ago. the

and stripped all four wheel requirements as there are few members of tin I Mr. Wood looks upon. the matter I and other agricultural and manufactured by February 1 will be out of luck'" amount In the general revenue

of the tires, tubes and rims and< counties In that gq Into its splendlc< with favor Judge Green quoted products The law specifies that tags mu fund was only $422,303, while the

! unfastened the tag. The tag num payment of taxes. who will not rate as artists! Irom a letter received by him from On the account of pressing official be purchased by January 1. but fund owes approximately $2,
jl her, was given by Mr. Thomas as Senator Alfred They are good and there Is no oth ;, Mr. Wood as follows: I' i matters before the congress for accommodation of motorists I I It 000, making a deficit of about ,l' I

C30-44 6. Palm Beach, new way to figure It. And those who I "Originally, the various branches pertaining to Florida, Judge Green has been a custom In t tike past for $2,194.000, records in the office ot

Association, with take part In the plays by no mean of the Home as Indicated In the I was forced to decline the Jackson the coinmlsHlon to ask extension or State Comptroller Amos show The

Attends District Meeting will be inaugurated monopolize the attractiveness and letter head, were: estubhllshed as Day Dinner address" at Wllllums- the period and seek the co-opera- obligation ot $2,610,000 Includes
Mrs. Vonda E. Inman spent Wednesday monies beginning, I entertainment values of the show i lie stated that tlon of law enforcement authorIties '!- money borrowed from Tampa and
a result of the Civil War where port, Pennsylvania
In Jacksonville attendIng the San Juan Hotel, are vaudeville and classics he appreciated the honor to that etifU Commlniiloner Al- Jacksonville banks or transferred )
the population came from the I
the District No. 2 meeting of the< of the day to be i numbers that come between tin conferred In the Invitation, but ten Huld.ECONOM'YWILL. from other state funds.
north and west, ;flint today, with
Woodmen Circles, at which she study of the tax acts which are extremely high. that It was Impossible for him to Thin big debt must be paid and
over eighty per cent ,of our population -
was ..elected Guardian of DIstrIct "We are "May Blossom Williams, the< attend. at the same time the expenses of
taken from the SpanishAmerl'all -
No. 2. Starke Circle No. 278 will the general leading lady Is one of the cleveres' and World War services, government must be met. This la

hold the District meeting here i In ed,"' Mr. Wagg and brightest lights ever to shine to which all sections of the country Congressman! R. A. Green of the BE HIS PLAN one of the major problems which ,

May. The Magnolia Grove of they are in line a stage here. She goes througl contributed It would seem to me second Florida district today renewed Governor Carlton, with the aid oC ..

Jacksonville. was hostess on this laid down by her part as If she were living I It that when the need, arises for the the Invitation of the Mar- the legislature, will be called uponto

{occasion. but we do not Int ; and It Is difficult to Imagine that opening of another branch of the lou County Chamber of Commerceto 11'.1, sliiuulM. .Vlvocltte. I'ruarrsslv .. solve .

steps which might can be so versatile as to tak Home, It should be located In the President-elect Hoover to Include ,, '.' C'onstr'un", ion In Rind The general; revenue fund from.
[ Appointed District, Manager different female leads ii which the general operating expenses
new many South. Ocala and Silver Springs; l><-|>iirliiiont. Hut WillOininl
Mr. G. M. Inman was called to of this the Williams repertoire with the : of the government are paid,
nlng "Our population Is Increasing Marlon county, In his Florida visiting \KiiliiNt", NiM'ilIINH -
j Lakeland last Friday to confer has been to be fineness as characterized her started to run a deficit In Novem-
pose i\M: illtnrcs.M .
within itinerary i>
[ with state officials of the Woodmai problem by work in "Here Comes The Bride"but quite rapidly-,, tl., believe _--- ,-_.- --- -- |M-MBMfl* ** ""' i ber 1927, and the deficit has heart

lot the World. The result of the back of a few they say she can. Gainesville. Jan 12.-.A pollc;)' growing month by month.

| conference was an appointment for: Ideas whch! may b I "The comedienne, Marie de CTafferully Long To NEW FIRM TO ot progressive construction, but i It "How[ do you plan to pay back '

Mr. Inman as District Manager of the legislature for takes the cake wit i I h Bridge strict limiting of work to a flgun this money that has been diverted

the order, his territory covering tlon. This I and comedy. It has always beet BUY BERRIES within the slate's visible Income, of transferred from other funds"

the counties In the northwester! crystallize the hard to find-a woman who can take I Undergo Repairs. will |ho fallowed by W. ....:, fejhand;\ Comptroller Amos was aked.

part of the state, Mr. Inman wil present on ;; I the boards in a ridiculous role and I as a member of the atilt road de "I don't know yet Thin la the t

maintain his office in Starke. which our I through with perfection. Comedy I I Long:, Brldgecrossing; New HIv Snyder &: Drlflls, brokers. 'wll partnll'l1ts.: lie declared last night) first time we have ever run upajuln

rled out." ., *,, In, supposed to be the. forte or 'er on the present- route ot stallroad ''ha represented on the local straw Shunds, local busliinx>*km itMin< t such a situation," he replied k

Soy Seoul to Organize Tax collectors the man actor. But Miss De Oat I 28, will be placed In soft berry platform this season, buylin Central Florida campaign meta- .
Mr. Lenthal Wy- itsnno.
According to through It : ferallyTsets by with flying colors !CI'ITHHlrlcondition by Bradford and the berries from the growers or ger; for Inyle K.: Carlton., was ,tip And other state olllcInU say the
will -
Scout organized
malt, Boy troops collectors She not only gets by but she put t It Union 1 counties, the repairs to hi< placing boxes and refrlgernto pointed member of the depart 'They know that something;

in Starke with during the nex Wells, Putnam (' J' big. iler hearers hang on ev f only such as are necessary to main! curs at the dlnponl( of thane who u1eut't'huraday, uN'urtllnto/ at must be done, and as things stand j4

few days and the co-opera tin, Orange line she utters and they might tats the bridge In usable shape until prefer consigning.; Thin firm li"''I announcement from Tullllh IIKee.I there are only two things that can ,

lion of a committee made up of! O'Bannon, Palm nearly line has a kick, She the state road department lets compoHed of MeHHTH. I 11. M. Mnyilei- For" :27! years" rtmldent ol be done. Either the revenue must

fathers of the boyp/ plans for an county as much to put the show over I contract for construction ot a new and A, J. Grinis, both well known I Gainesville: and a member- of the be increased or expenses reduced. ,
will be pushed :
active organization invited to be p any other member of the troupe one It is not thought likely the to the growers: of the county am city commission, KliaiuU\ in widely) Increased revenue can be had only

through. Plans will be made public tier, St. Augustine --and there's no question about new bridge will be constructed before i I they have secured connection' known throughout the state as an hy Increased tuxes or collection, ,

by Mr. 'Wyman shortly, together the Florida that. the latter part of this year Information [ with reputable commission house" outdoor, advertising director. He and there Is little possibility oC

with membership of the committee at hand Indicating the of th either, so a drastic cut In government -
of In every Northern city. Their (con In the former operator
and his assistants.. Florida State 1".t"r Church department plans to construct the nectlons with theM firms usHiin Gainesville: \ Outdoor Advertising expenditures- through abolition
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On Reception! Committee tion, The League of new bridge us noon as funds are I growers who consign their products company and Is now general, ,mail' of useless offices, reduction oCovermanned

Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull and ing and Loan Meet available of the full market price\ for alter for Packer of Florida, billboard departments and consolidations

Mrs. II.: H. Young left Thursday Florida Institute I Heavy cars and trucks have I their berries. advertising concern. of overlapping boards.

for Miami to attend the festivities will probably be been! detoured around by Belford I This firm expects to capture 11 Appointment to the stale posItion Is bound to come.

to be accorded Presldent-elecl legislative Representatives from some ofthe for sometime, on account of the good portion of. the berry shipments will not cause a change of May t'oiixollilnte.
Hoover iti that city this week. Mr cials, members of churches of the New River As.tociatlon bridge's condition. Some! of the I I which have been going tc residence, he pointed out last The state now has more than 6

Hull and Mrs. Young were selected property owners, met in the Baptist church supporting timbers have given other shipping points In the count night: Only the periodical meet- board bureaus and commissions. "

to represent Bradford county ested are welcome, Starke on Tuesday morning last,, away, allowing the floor to sag,,, on account of lark of facilities offered Ings of the department, ordinarily 1 with hundreds of employes. Governor

on the reception, committee the invitation out plan for the Missionary appropriations and one truck crashed through at by buyers In the matter ol held in Tallahassee, will draw him Carlton believes that many,

to take part coming from to be raised during the this point. Holes In the flooring boxes and cars for consigning. Tc: away from Gainesville of these with kindred fu notions caw! f

the mayors of Miami Miami STRESSES and to arrange for collecting make it dangerous to both teams this end they are asking for the "My appointment came as a bo consolidated with advantage oiv ,

Beach, Coral Gables and Hlaleah I ,car load of general provisions' and cars. Although the state road co-operation of our citizens In complete surprise. Slmnda. declared. the side of both economy and etnclency. -

-- I the orphanage at Arcadia. The department hat taken over the I building the Starke market backto "While I worked for Carlton : .

Work on Jail Started NEW 'following churches were represent maintenance of the grade, oldbrdl'cs Its former high mark They during his campaign for ofllce It This Is one' phase ot the statei ,

Quigley & Davis* who were : along the route of road 28 also plan for shipping arrange was because I admired him as a government which the new chloQaxecutlve

awarded contract for ah additionto I Although Starke Antioch-Rev. J. L. Norris, will have to be maintained by the ments from the Hampton platform man and as a friend of long standIng. plans to study closely "

the county Jail, started work the next few Moderator- of Association. counties in which they are located for the growers of that section. Salaries: paid to the hundreds otInpectura
of the week pouring the foun- bridges can ho' levels to officially such as gas, oil, licenselilld ,
first city; hall and Jail Reulah-Li. F. Thomas until such time new i To maintain the price "I have not yet been
dations. The addition will be quarters for the Corinth-Harry Lewis. built by the stale the nortnal market conditions, they notified of my appointment and hotel Inspectors and game and '

placed on the northeast corner of location for placing Law ley-J. L. Harrell. point out the necessity of growers have no word *. xcept from newsRourres nah wardens, amount to a huge j 1':

the present building, the lower to provide Pine Grove C. H. Neal, J. R. Chevrolet-Agency putting up H Rood pack. Berries that I am a membejr of mm, and It ID believed considerably that thlaurn ,. ,

floor to give additional quartersfor city: prisoners, the Neal. should be rigorously; culled at the the new road department can be reduced .

the Jailor and the second floor are leaving the Starke-Rev. L. W. KIckliter Here parking sheds and no fruit allowed "The course I shallfullow as a without doing Injury to the effl

to carry cells for white and color- to the taxpayers to and Rev. G. P. Raymond. Will Open to go Into a cup, In such condition member of the department will be I Llency oC the various departments. I

ed,women prisoners. The buildingwill bond election In Wateroak. It. Alvarez and -- an to not reach the market In good one of continuous progressive Governor Carlton emphasizedparticularly :

be of concrete: for the new city C. D. Alvarez. : The Torode-ititch Chevrolet i shape. It Is up to'the growers to building, 1 shall however Insist I the evils of "over address government" .- (

Ing and Is not '! It was decided to aim to raise Agency In the latest addition to i a great extent as to length of a upon the road building program : In hilt Inaugural the1 f'
Garage Ming CpConstruction and It Is safe to say that nu
work has been who Investigates, at least $2000 for the missionary business, enterprises opening In'' good price season, poor berries posts; staying within the means of 1 bureaus and commissions .

It simmers down tQ program, and to ask each churchto Starke. !\fes rl. W. E. Torode and being bound to ruin an otherwise the state--that IN. Inside of the serous boards, ,
started on the garage .and .filling boards during the past'ew :
station on Walnut street to be op- whether they shall raise! their amount In proportion J. H. Hitch have secured the agency -I !good! market for several days. risible Income which may be dl'.1 will be fewer when .
cover rent receipts to their membership. One dollar for handling this popular makeof !Messrs. Snyder &: Grime will co- rerted to road ('ollstructlon. flat
! and SamAnderson ban '
Albert expired.
erated by Messrs. erm: of
of Archer ment In a new and fifty cents per member car. in Bradford county and operate fully with the growers "One of the state's greatest! and t
j ; M. C. Morpher There Is considerable
Standardoils According to would give the amount of $2000 will open quarters February let every way, and market conditions most valuable assets Is her splendid the poet i
I "la the contractor. be round the capitol as to
the by Clerk Futch, !it or the association, but many i In the former Ford building on and other information will system of highways I shall
the various IcOlllmlsslonll
handled by heads
and gae will be Ibis fate ot
on request. toward the Improvement -
will in additional members will have to give moreto Thompson street. A representative available to shippers levote my energies Carter {
I filling station and the garage ,, Including Jerry -
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of this
mills to cover the make up for those who will giveothing. of General Motors was In and! expansion whose
repair commissioner
be equipped for Itlrtlis hotel
building Starke last Thursday and completed lystem. .
posed new .
f work T>f all kinds. Sam Anderson erm has expired but who will con-.
tie retired at the After a survey of farming con- arrangements with Messrs.\ To
is closing out his garage: at Archer Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Altman, IIOTII IHHIVKIl: AND In ue to nerve until a successor let '
for litlons ,it decided not to at- Rltch.
each was rode and
i and will assist In the managment year Starke Jan. 4th, boy. H.MITII TO K.VIOVKI.OKIIIA; turned; J. II. Royall, game and ,
rovers the erection temp, to load a car for the orphan- Thefirst shipment of cars will ,
I-of the new business! here. Mr. and Mrs. S. Adcock, Starke, ('I.IM.1TEAl : lah. commissioner, whose term ,
of fireproof this season Those who can be delivered her In time for the appointment'f '
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(Chamber! A Visitor quarters for the will are urged to send boxes opening date, It van stated Thursday Jan. 10th, girl stat
s Mrs. Frank Bloss, Smith and Herbert Hoover > a successor; L. M. Rhodes
J. I,. Cbambcrlin ot Bethel. Vermont -. ments ot the city >f provision and clothing direct and equipment for servicingthe Mr. and several weeks commissioner and othvirs. :
both spend marketing ;
Starke Jan. 13th: girl. ire to ,
i was a visitor! to Starke Wed- ilbly an addition to the superintendent at Arcadia cars'will be placed as rapidly Florida enjoying the I
Thomas, South
Jim In
and Mrs.
i minutes The It In hoped that many will do It arrives. Competent machan- Mr.
nesday. topping for a iqaipment. I aa to be the general"
Jan. 8th girl.Mr. jalmy air and tropical scenery.Smith While It seems : ;
Starke ,
I at the Telegraph office. Mr. Cham- 'or-city purpose Ics will have charge of the shop ,
and Mrs. O. B, Bailey, Mld- Raskob and party will bet teller la the capitol that Carltoa}
berlln has been In the etatealnce for' the new I Ian to be operated In connection with occupying who did not!J'
1 IAMPTOV SCHOOL IIO.NOII OJeburg, Jan. 15th, girl. West Palm Beach, : irlll dismiss everybody .
of the additional tax: sale
. October spending most ROLL FOH DRCKMItKIt: the agency.S_- Mr. and Mrs Fred Osterhout, .lie entire floor of one of the upport him, the new governor lails
time near Highland. He Is a regular housand.. address stated thatt
hotels.Hoover inaugural ,
and Against thIs Is I I.. T. A, MKKTIXO: : Starke, Jan. 16th, boy. argest;
' reader of the Telegraph First grade: Evelyn Moore, Mar- -:...- and family with several "'none will be displaced for personal -,
. -states since hiss. subscription was eying out by the le Hall. WKATIIKIt Hf-U'OUT friends will be the guest' of James reasons, nor will anyone ''ba""
he has $1500 a year for The P. T. A. will meet Wednesday .
placed nearly a year ago, Second grade: Myrtlce Hall ash Penney at bin palatial winter appoInted to office for political
afternoon Jan. 23 at three
with what is for offices and Jail. ,
enjoyed keeping up Louise Pitts, teacher. Date Max Mln Predp. tome on the beautiful No. 8 Belle easons."

going on, In this section Mr. drawback to Third grade: Wilbert Hall Ger- o'clock at the school auditorium. fan 8 ,"9 33. "-- ale, In the waters of Blscayne Bay .--. ... -
! Chamberlin plans to return to Ver- absence of vault Johnson Aa this Is the last day of National Isn 9 10 39 This Item is of special Interest to I Use of electric power In Industry)
! of March or or records. thrift Week, the subject .38 leans high per worker, reultlng -
mont the latter part Fifth grade: Audrey Hall, M1IIred "Thrift" Uer E. M. ran. 10 76 U Starke people because many of power
the first of April. amount that-would Dirt be ran. 11 II 83 .86 them have met Mr. J. C. Penney otbe I !In large volume productiont
ent In the time Rooks will give use a lecture on Ian. 13 Ii6 U Farms In ,our at t low unit cost with high wages
Sixth grade: Alfred Hamm Carr Penney-Gwlnn
Bonlfay Local Jail and courthouse for the new "Thrift. There will be special nd high living standards. This
M. E. Edna Jan. 13 U 30 neighborIng county of Clay. I
> wUl be remodeled at. cost of mate amount being Wynn. Wynn liar- music and we hope to lIe all ran. 14 69' 3t! Ie a Tltal factor In establishing the '
Jessie Mae Brennon. Mm.V. .
1(0,009. half the cost of the ; son, mothers and fathers possible' out. ran. 15 1'1 46 ..011Jan. Cw Springs New resent outstanding position of the
..C. Thomas, teacher. .
Palmetto ;.- New up-to-date 46 I oct office building will be erected railed States among the nations
building completed for local Chrysler Miami Plans Seventh grade: Alta Rhame, Jacksonville -New airport dedicated U I
( shortly. of r the world.
Total rainfall I.U j i ere
agency erection. of more Laura 7'ueker': i here recently, I

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stab llshed 1877 r Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months\. 75c-Payable. In Advance E. S. Matthews'! Owner and $PublisherLVME -
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Necessary changes la Florida' I Ii _
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Tallahassee, Jan. 12.--Governor'"

O i tax laws will again come under I Stock CompanyTo Washington, D. C., Jan. 9.- the next, year or two, we will re- Request Is Doyle K. Carlton today ended

scrutiny! at an all-day meeting to Congressman/; n. A. Green of the quire an additional Home, and. as
probably the most strenuous weekof
to Changes Hand be held In Orlando Jan: 16th under Spend Full second district of Florida today I stated above, I believe this should Made For Extension his
R A. Newsom has sold the Royal the auspices of the Florida As Introduced a bill! in the house of be located In the South, but, of career. And his tasks bas '

late on Call street to I. D. Hawk- oclatlon01 Real Estate Boards Week In Starke representatives to provide for the I II course, congress must determine Time On New Tags only Just begun

.a, the transfer taking place ft rut which will be attended: by representatives establishment of a branch home of this question" Although hampered by hun .

t the week, Mr. Hawkins Is an of the 63 real estate Beginning on Monday, January I the National Home for Disabled I Commenting further Judge dreds of visitors who have called: t
Tallahassee Dec. 13.
xperienced restaurant man and Volunteer Soldier In the State of j Green stated that Florida was an -Request
boards as well as by county tax collectors 21, the Williams Stock Co., a home I II during his four days In office the
111 give personal attention to op- I Florida. Ideal place In every way for the location for another extension of time front
county theatrical organization will give aweek's
ration of his purchase. delegates from state business organizations I The bill provides for the selection -' of such a home and that he January 15 to February 1 for the chief executive lias found time to
popular playsin
program of a site for said home and expected to fight to the last ditch delve into the affairs of various
I by Florida vehicle
and other Interested purchase own-
its tent theatre here.
.I't'tln of Citizen: Called I also provides for the appropriation for the passage; of his bill. He was i departments, their personnel and
A meeting of the Starke Chamer persons. Among the many favorable com- of $3,000,000 for establishment of very optimistic relutlve,to the out- ers of 1929 automobile license togs finances, so that he may be able

> of Commerce has been calledy The purpose of the meeting as ments received by this company on same. It Is slmljar! to a bill recently come has been"' made by the state motor to diagnose the case of each and.
announced by the association to their performances is the following vehicle commission! W. F. Allen to find for
President D, E. Knight for to- Introduced by Senator try some remedy the>
decide if possible on definite legislative from the Ga., Chron
Ight, Friday, at his office 7:30 Augusta Fletcher of Florida.Commenting : Congressman H. A. Green of the commissioner, announced today. Ills his administration has fallen .
'clock. Several matters of Impor- Ideas for carrying out the icle. I on the bill Judge second Florida district today addressed In derlnrlng.that\ "this U to be heir toOne "
"Six General Suggestions" on taxa- "Entirely contrary to what wegenf'rally' the Onal grace period," Commissioner need not be financier I
uce will come before the meeting Green stated that such action had '"meeting' of the Southern a nor
and a full attendance of clti- tion changes adopted at a statewide expected of It, the Williams been requested by the John J. Protective Tariff Association! held Allen said the extension was expert accountant to see that the>
tax conference In Tampa dur- Stock Co., presented one of the second requested by the motor state's Itna'ncea In bad
ellS Is requested. I Pershing Camp Nfo 10 American at the Raleigh Hotel. Washington, are shape
ing September. These suggestions the most creditable performances Legion: and, Individuals in Florida D. C. He urged<< the full and united vehicle commission, the /first being and need drastic treatment, the
AMW8 Tag and Tires include removal of the state adva- ever given here when It gave "Ig- who are Interested in same. Upon effort for protection on Florida January 1 to 16, I general revenue fund, the real indicator '.

Some enterprising thief suppliedIs lorem tax relief for real estate, norance," as UK first presentation this request Jude! Green took the product. pointing out that Florida The ('olllmltlll'Oner intimated that : of the state's financial condition

car with a new set of tires and additional safeguard's<< on public of a week's repertoire of stock. matter up with Honorable George fruits and sugar should receive tag.buying this year had been behind Is sick, suffering from a

929 tag at one and the same time expenditures, payment of taxes in "While the Williams outfit Is a H. Wood, president of the board further protection and that protection the puce set during the last greatly enlarged deficit.Two .

''riday night, when he raided the one office, mailing of tax bills to stock company It Is a company of of managers, National Home for should be granted for Florida period und warned that "those Million Shiest

arage of A. J. Thomas east of all property owners, and similar artists as well, or practically so, Disabled Volunteer Soldiers and J vegetables, naval stores, tobacco who fall to have the required.plate On Dec. SI. two weeks ago, the

Starke and stripped all four wheels requirements as between cities and for there are few members of the Mr. Wood looks upon the matter I and other agricultural and manufactured by February 1 will he out of luck" amount In the general revenue) ,

I the tires, tubes and rims and counties in handling cases of non- company that go Into its splendid with favor. Judge Green<< quoted<< products. The law specifies that tags must fund was only $422,303, while the-

unfastened the tag. The tag nom: payment of taxes. casts who will not rate as artists. trout a letter received by him from On the account of pressing olttclal lit purchased by January 1. but fund owes approximately $2,816p p j'

lei', was given by Mr. Thomas as Senator Alfred H. Wagg.' of They are good and there Is no oth- Mr. Wood as follows: I. I mutters before the congress for accommodation of motorists, It I 000, making a deficit of about '.

C30-446. Palm Beach, new president 01' the er way to figure It. And those who I "Originally, the various branchesof pertaining to Florida, JudKe (Ireen has been a custom In the past tor $2,194,000, records in the office ot

Association, with other officers, take part In the plays by no means the Home, as Indicated In the I was forced to decline,I the Jackson the commission to auk extension of State Comptroller Amos show. The \
\ttc>nd'l District MootingMrs. 'I will be inaugurated In simple cere- monopolize the attractiveness and i the seek
letter head, were,; eatabhllshed asa Day Dinner address at Williams- period and the cooperation obligation! of $2,616,000 Includes ;
Vonda E. Inman spent Wed monies begInning. at ten o'clock In entertainment values of the show. result of the Civil War, where I; port Pennsylvania He stated that of law enforcement authori- money borrowed from Tampa and \

nesday in Jacksonville\ attendingthe the SanJuan Hotel, the remainder There are vaudeville and classical the population came from the i he highly appreciated the honor ties to that en
| District No. 2 meeting of the of the day to be devoted to a numbers that come between the north and west, but today, with 'conferred In the Invitation, but said from oilier state funds.

"Voodmen Circles, at which she study of the tax matters acts which are extremely high. over eighty per ('ent.ol, our popu i that It was Impossible for him to --- This big debt must be paid and ''I
vas .elected Guardian of District'o. "We are definitely committed to "May Blossom Williams, the lation taken from the Spanish- attend ECONOlIYVILL at the name time the expensed of

2, Starke Circle No. 278 will the general suggestions mentioned leading lady is the of the cleverest American and World War services, ,, -- government must be met. This la

'hold the District meeting here Inlay ," Mr.; Wagg said, "and believe and brightest lights ever to shine to which all sections of the country i Congressman H, A, Green of the one of the major problems which I.

The Magnolia Grove of they are !in Jlne with the axioms on a stage here. She goes through. contrIbuted It would seem to me second Florida district today renewed BE HIS PLAN Governor Carlton with the aid of -.' f

Jacksonville' was hostess on this laid down by Governor Carlton, her .part as It she were living It that when the need arises for the i the Invitation of the Mar. the legislature will be called upon .

occasion. but we do not Intend to take any and It Is difficult to Imagine that opening of another, branch of the lon County Chamber of Commerceto \\'. .\, sliiiiulM. Advocate Pro- to solve : r

IHNtrUt. steps which might embarrass the she can be so versatile as to take Home, It should be located in the i President-elect I Hoover to Include gresslcl'. 'Ollllt tint Ion In head The general revenue fund<< from l
| ll|illolntf'11 ManagerMr new administration. Since begin- the many different female leads In South. Ocala and Silver Springs; "tcpnrUo/-nt .Hut Will which the general operating expenses
G. M. Inman called to
was ning of this movement, our pur- the Williams repertoire with the "Our population Is Increasing Marlon county In Ma Florida visiting Guard \RiiliiNt >"I'II. I ot the government are paid,

j Lakeland vlth state officials last Friday of the to Woodman confer pose has been to be helpful this name fineness as characterized Bride"her quite rapidly, and, I believe. within _I _Itinerary.___u_ ____ _____ __ ICHM 1.\:: |"'| lltHi-en.. started to run a deficit In November -
effort The u
concentrating Comes -
problem by work la "lldre ------- -- r' ,1'\ ", 1927, and the deficit has been
|01 the World. The result of the back of a few generally accepted but they say she can. Gainesville, Jan. 12.-A policy growing month by month, t

{conference was an appointment for Ideas which! may be presented to I "The comedienne, Marie de craII Long Bridge To I NEW FIRM TO of progressive construction, but a "How do you plan to pay back(4ls
IMr. Inman as District Manager of for their cpnsideratloix. takes the cake with
the legislature ferally, strict limiting of work to( a figure money that has been dlvertetl,
the order, his territory covering This lUeetltLir nay?serve to I and comedy. It has always been Undergo Repairs I BUY BERRIESSnyder within the dtute's visible Income, of transferred from other fund, ,"
I the counties In the northwestern 'of those who take I
crystallize the opinion hard to find 'a woman can I will be followed by W. A. hands Comptroller Amos was eked )
part of the state. Mr. Inman will present on legislative means by j I the boards In a ridiculous role and as a member of the state road depart "I don't know yet. This Is the
[maintain his office 'in Starke. which our suggestions can be car- I go through with perfection. Comedy Long, Bridge, crossing New River & o : brokers, will menu, lie

uii/.o i rled out," ... -?>-.....- is, supposed to be the. forte, of on the prevent route ot state bo represented on the local strawberry Sbiuuls, local buDlne8maiiHnil such a situation," he re-
[Boy Scouts to OrK<
According to Mr. Lenthal VfyI Tax collectors leave been Invited the man actor. But Miss De Gaf- ;i i road 28, will be placed In safe platform this season buying Central Florida campaign! manager plied.\ '

I man Boy Scout troops will bo or through a committee of county tax ferallygets by with flying colors. ;trussing condition by Bradford and the berries from the growers orplal'lnl for Dojle K." Carlton, was .appointed And oilier state o Hie In Is say the .

ganized'\ in Starke during the next collectors composed of Randall She not only gets by but'she put it i Union counties, the repairs to he { boxes and refrigerator It member of the department same. 'They know that something; "

[ few days, and with the cooperation Wells, Putnam county. W. E. Martin over big. Her hearers hang on ev- only such as are necessary to main earn at the dlspoal of those who I Thursday, according to an must be done, and as things stand
| of committee made of Orange county, and Roy ery line she utters and they might tain the bridge In usable[ shape un prefer consigning ThU firm Is announcement from Tallahassee. there are only two things that can 'i

! fathers of a the boys, plans for up an O'Bannon, Palm Beach county. All for nearly \Hue has a kick. She / the state road department lets I composed<< of Messrs. 11. M. Snyder I For 27 yearn u resident<< of be done. Hither the revenue mustbe

[ active organization will be pushed county commissioners have been does as much to put the show over ,'It/I ntrltct for construction of a new and A. J. Orlftls, both well known Gainesville and member of the increased or expenses. reduced }

through. Plans will be made public Invited to be present; by J. D. }tah- us any other member of the troupe one. It Is not thought likely the 'I to the growers of the county, and city commission, Shutulx Is widely Increased revenue can he had only ,

, by Mr. 'Wfmall shortly, together ner, St. Augustine, president of --and there's no question about I new bridge will be constructed before they have secured, connections I known throughout the state as un by Increased taxes or collections, ,
the Florida Association of Boardsof that." the latter part of this year. Information I I I with reputable commission houses outdoor advertising director. HeIK and there la little possibility ot
of the
membership committee i
with| Commissioners The at hand Indicating the either,. HO a drastic cut in
1 and his assistants. County In every Northern city. Their connections the former operator of the govern- )
-!---- Florida State Automobile Association Church Representatives I department plans to construct the 'I' with theMe firms assure Gainesville\ Outdoor Advertising. ment expenditures[ through abolition

[ On Reception ('omm it h'l' The League of Florida Building new bridge as soon as funds. are ( growers who consign their 1 products company and 1s now general .man* ; ot useless offices, reduction or

Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull and and Loan Associations, and the available. |I of the full market I price for ager for Packer of Florida, bill. overmanned department and con.

Mrs. H.. H. Young, left Thursday\ Florida Institute of Accountancywill l\Ie.et.i, Heavy cars and trucks have i their berried.I board advertising concern.: solidations ot overlapping boards.

for Miami to attend! the festivities probably be represented by been detoured around by Kalfordl,I I This firm expects to capture a Appointment to the state position Is bound to come,

to be accorded President-elect legislative committees. State officials Representatives from some of for sometime, on account of the I, good. portion of the berry shipments will not cause u change of May Coiixolliliite<<

j Hoover In that city this week. Mr. members of the legislature, i the churches of the New Illver Association bridge's condition Some' of the I which have been going to residence, he pointed out last The state now has more than 5*

j Hull and Mrs. Young were selected property owners, and others Inter- met In the Baptist church supporting timbers have given i other shipping points.In the countyon night: Only the periodical<< meetings board bureau and commissions., >

to represent Bradford countyon ested are welcome It was pointed I at Starke on Tuesday mornln'g last away, allowing the floor to sag, : account of lack of facilities of. of the department, ordinarilyheld with hundreds of employes. Gov-

| the reception committee, the Invitation out. to plan for the Missionary appropriations and one truck crashed through at ; fared by buyers. In the matter of In Tallahassee, will draw him eruor Carlton believes that many;

to take part coming from I to be raised during' the this point. Hole In the flooring boxes and cars for consigning. To away from Gainesville. ot these with kindred : .

7 the mayors of Miami. Miami STRESSES NEED year, and to arrange for collecting,:' make It dangerous to both teams this end they are asking for thecooperation "My appointment come as n be consolidated with IUnCtiOnscara'j
i and cars. AUhongh the state road of citizens In the side of both
Beach, Coral Gables and Illaleah. a .car load of general provisionsfor our complete: surprise, Sbamls declared. -
-- HALL the orphanage at Arcadia. The department has taken over the building the Starke market backto "While I worked for Carlton clency. .1
\ Work on Jail Started NEW CITY following churches were represented maintenance of the grade, old its former high mark. They during! tils campaign for office, it This U one'' phase of the state! .-
Quigley & Davis, who were the route of road 28 which the chief:]!
: bridges! ; along also plan for( shipping arrangements wan because I admired him as a government: new

{awarded contract for air additionto Although Starke must within Antloch--nev. J. I... Norris, will have to be maintained by the from the Hampton platform man and an a friend of long stand executive plans to study closely. ,

the county Jail, started work the next few months build a new I Moderator of Association. counties In which they are located for the growers. ot that section Salaries. paid.. ..to the hundreds ot
first' t\t the week pnaring the found until such time new. bridges, can I se levels. ing."I rnpecwrswrs' such- as-- gas- -, oil, license
city hall and Jail or rent suitablequarters Beulah-L. F. Thomas. I To maintain tne price 10 have not yet been officiallynotified
-s-'h---add: t;;; ;'llb for the clerk and another Corinth-Harry Lewis. built by the state.Chevrolet the normal market conditions, they << of my appointment, and and hotel Inspectors and game and

E placed on the northeast corner otI location for placing i .e teel cellsto Lawley-J. L. Harrvll. point out the necessity of growers have no word *.-xc pt from news, fish wardens, amount to a hug

I the present building, the lower provide sanitary quarters for Pine Grove-C. II. Neal J. U. AgencyWill putting up 8 good pack. Berries sources that I am a member of sum, and It is l. believed that this

(floor to give additional quarters city prisoners, the town officialsare Neal. should be rigorously culled at the the new road department sum can be reduced considerably

f for the Jailor and the second floor leaving the matter entirely up Starke-Rev. L. W. KIckllter HereThe packing .hed, and no fruit allowedto "The course 1 shall'follow as a without doing Injury to the effi. "'

ho carry cells for white and color- to the taxpayers to decide at the and Rev. G, P. Raymond. Open go Into a cup in such conditionas member of the department\ will be clency of the various departments.) r

led.women prisoners. The buildingwill bond election In March. The need Wateroak....O. K. Alvarei andC. to not reach the market la good one of continuous progressive Governor Carlton emphasized

[ be of concrete. for the new city building Is Dressing D. Alvarez. Torode-Hltch Chevrolet shape It Is up to.the growers to building 1 shall, however Insist particularly the evils of "over gov

( and is not denied' by anyone It was decided to aim to raiseat Agency Is the latest addition to a great extent an to length of a upon the road building program ernment" In his inaugural address

Garage Going l'llConstruction work has been who investigates, officials say, and least J2000 for the missionary business enterprises opening In good price season poor berries. I costs slaying within the means of and it Is safe to say that the numerous

it simmers down to the question of program, and to ask each churchto (Starke. Messrs. W. E. Torode andJ. being bound to ruin an otherwise the state-that Is, Inside of the boards bureaus and commission
[ started the .and filling
( on garage to be whether they shall pay a tax to raise! their amount In proportion 11. Hitch have secured the agen good market for several day. visible Income which may be diverted -' boards during the past; f
station Walnut street
on and Sam operated cover rent receipts or for investment to their membership. One dollar e-y'lor handling this popular make Messrs. Snyder & Drifts will cooperate to road construction."One few years will be fewer when hU

( by Messrs. Albert of Arch- In a new building, .. and fifty cents per member of car, In Bradford county and fully with the growers In of the state's greatest t and term of office has expired.

{ler Anderson* M. C. Morpher Standardoils According to figures furnished would give the amount of $2000 I II will open quarter February let every way and market conditions most valuable assets U her splendid There Is considerable speculation'around r

la the contractor.will the by,Clerk Futch, it will only requirean for the association, but many In the former Ford building on and other Information will be system of highways. 1 shall the capitol as to the pos
[ and gas be by will additional assessment of 1 % I I members will have to give more Thompson street A representative available to shippers on request. devote my energies toward the Improvement sible fate ot heads of the various*
and the
:filling station garage
mill to cover the cost of the pro I to make up for those who will give of General Motor was in -- and expansion of this commissions Including Jerry Carter
i be for handling repair
: equipped lllrtlin hotel commissioner whoa 1
the bonds to 'nothing. and "
building Starke last Thursday tystem.
posed new
[ work lot all kinds. Sam Anderson !
but who will
be retired at the rate of ",000 After a survey of farming condition ed arrangements with comPlet-j "" term has expired
[ Is closing out his garage at Archer Jeff Altman, IIOOVKnANlf: until lit l'!
each year for twelve years. This .It was decided not ,to attempt rode and Rltcn. Mr. and Mrs. MOTH tlnue to serve a successor
and will assist (n the managment covers the erection of a building I to load a car for the orphanage The first shipment of cars will Starke, Jan. 4th, boy 1'I. I1'rll TO ENJOY: named; J B. Iloyall, game and'<< (
{of the new business! here. i Mr. and Mrs. S. Adcock Starke t'IOUlIt.C'LUUTt:, fish commissioner, whose term
-S of fireproof construction, this season. Those who can, be delivered here In time for the
|Cliamberlin A Visitor--- quarter for the different departments and will are urged to send boxes I opening date it was stated Thursday Jan. 10th girl. -- will expire upon the appointment 1

J. L. Chamberllo of Bethel. Vermont of the city, a Jail and possibly ot provisions and clothing direct'i I and equipment for serrlcingthe Mr. and :Mr. Frank, Blo.., I Al Smith and Herbert Hooverare of a successor; L. M. Rhodes, statel!

i was a visitor to Starke Wednesday : an addition house the tire to the superintendent at Arcadia I cars'will be placed a* rapidly Stark, Jan. 13th, 'girl both to spend several weeksIn marketing commissioner! and other -;';

j topping for a few minute i equipment. The present mlllage, and U 1* hoped that many will do :a* It arrive. Competent machan- Mr. and Mr. Jim Thomas, South Florida enjoying the .
and Starke, Jan. 8th, girl. balmy afr and tropical scenery. While it seems to be the general
fat the Telegraph office. Mr. tory purposes I is 17 mills, ,so. Ica will have charge of the shopto I
I berlin has been in the state cbam-I for the new building would requirean w I be operated In connection with Mr. and Mr. O. B. Baxter, Mld- Smith, Raikob and party will beat belief 'in the capitol that CatltOD.1(

October spending most of the additional tax of $1.60 on the HAMPTON $('HOOL HONOR I the sale agency. dleburg, Jan. 15th, girl. West Palm Beach occupying will dismiss everybody who |r''
| ROLL FOR UKCKMIIKll -+ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Osterhout the entire floor of one of the support him, the new governor, la
] time near Highland. lie i Is a regular thousand.
the MEETING: Starke, Jan. 16th, boy largest hotels.Hoover"and. his Inaugural address stated that
reader of the Telegraph' and Against this Is to be placed P, T. A, t'
the city of at least First grade: Evelyn Moore Mar- family with several "none will be displaced for personal
states since his subscrIption was paying out by
gie Hall. WKATIIKH: : 1C'':I'OnT friend will be the guests of Jamos will 'be
reasons nor
Wednesday anyone
placed nearly a year ago. he has fSOO a year for rent on, quarters The P. T. A. will meet .
j and The greatest Second grade: Myrtlce HalU. afternoon, Jan. 23 at three Cash Penney at his palatial winter appointed to office for political
|enjoyed with what Is for offices Jail.
up Date Max, Mln. Preclp. "
bites Louise Pitts teacher. home on the beautiful No. 8 Belle reasons
offlcjes Is the o'clock'at the school auditorium.
section. Mr.tChamberlln drawback to renting "
| going! on 'In for storing Third grade: Wilbert Hall Ger- A this Is the last day of National Jan. 8 ,69 33- Isle, In the waters of Blscayne l Day _r _
vault room *
to return to Ver- absence of
plans Jan. 9 TO 39 Use of electric power In Industry]
out the aldlne Johnson. thrift Week, the subject discussed I This Item I Is of special interest to'I
March or of records. Officials point
|mont the latter part of 10 76 49 .38 means high worker re-
Fifth Hall Mildred Jan because of power per
would be paid out for grade: Audrey will be "Thrift. Her. E. M. Starke people many
|the first of April.Bonlfay amount that- ,Jan. 11 88 63 .86 of |sulting In large volume production
Birt. them bare met Mr. J. C. Penney
to Rook will give us a lecture on
rent In the time necessary pay (I
:. Sixth Alfred Ilamm Car- ,Jan. 12 56 41 Farms Invour at low unit cost with high wages
, Local Jail and court- for the new building, the approxi- grade: "Thrift." There will be special the Penney-Owlnn ,
Wynn. M. E. Wynn. Edna, Harrison Jan. 13 62 30 -t neighboring county of Clay, +and high living tandard This .
'at ot ry
-house will remodeled cost mate amount being $ ,000 or one- music and we hope) to see all ....
Jessie Mae Brennon. Mr. Jan. 14 U' 39 i .. ,Is a vital factor In establishing the
; $50ooo. building. mother and father possible out.
Palmetto New up-to-date half the cost of the. W.C., Thomas, teacher. Jan. 15 77 46 .01 Green Cove Springs New present outstanding position of the

[building completed for local Chrysler MIami Plan discussed for Seventh grade: Alta Rbame, Jacksonville -New airport ded- '.'Jan. 16 -. 46 pot office building will be erected United State .among the nation
1.25 here shortly. I of the world.Br .
agency, erection of.more pier here. Annie Laura Tucker Icated here recently. Total rainfall _


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aDd uadlvtook to ooko.ttw Civil War. Tbe dub house ottb
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I ale swot Ilse. 10 N..part:
a J'' ll41e e. Los the -.Ided neraala ta. ereatry web a view to creating: Sea Island Club la a sturdy

? sad ..-- wattrw.ys an the estate a aortoorB balvark cC B vaJt> power weathered puddle which a cent -j
., eoutat9..a 11I_ ....... m d.aetar to America. Ta name nrtorm* of ago served a* a warehru for Sea
r 'Ths ttretchittg Jlf-r.- torero dJ O>*'k>i. ash ad bar oatport to Wand cotton. Ita 24-tocb walls are

I d :the ldadr b.rbor aD .____- stn Grr rue sad ta ha. rnu* a Ounccrau I\, constructed of tabby a 1MIcJwmad.:
i1 aka rod wM hRU7. Bas tad loa mcrux to tb* wBbtUoa* plum of tboaovte a'wrsl compositor ot oyster shells and .;era;

aI.. 10 M Shand. ID fad? tae v11.4 and Prate. who eta flick erre alarst iA In, the building of his: own hc-ie
W1W sui to coetrot .* math of /sawrD.GFAQirgfsrq'rLNOaI Mr. Coffin baa utilized for cue wicj
e- Iab.DdtJ ItA Qaart4s -Zecd i1zt QI>ay.t:0 AM, ...tCq'N7tE ilP!
YIr&t& game ftnavatt. I I tbc Bw world a. pnarfttf*. A1JnJL c104. c a 4rI in an anctrnt Spanish wall two or.Cltfoeo
feet tblck. built also of -tabby AI
Copyright CaUl Kr. Coma netstly tfrrtlopcd!I hwored by tb* deUghffuI allyearftltTttl though the Cloister hotel Is ant:ir.,
if, the BCafc&jAtliB T'fcfTfTMrtl fifftbe point''a!::oencw. It..* feere that tb* .
( l her .MUM upoa fl PeW and et m- boeter Proa th"a vantage modern It ba been dtmlgned by AdOitoa
7' "' wi a lmpo.etble to rcd UM: Golden Isle* tf Otxaletor proapyrd 1 they could CUt out upon the richArntan famed Sea Wand: cotton of Ion* -k -.r unattt:: to tb* Spanish r :.
.. : annei ibaa a ta (tvy. Tbetr m>>-" tbett abre. which rap+d11 t> demand
\ at
t I ,hrwIc lufanrt cxer t by a bUUd.tJthJI' -! ahtpptag. plunder grew and is placed In remarkable: at _a
bat Innrrrer, a :! ston antedating: tr ttuf oC C&J1torDIa.f fInereaaed to security amid thin by tb* _ftn of P%ante and Eng
!Ir!; f IrI trip. -I aid aDd retire with the live oaks the Spanish r wand
::; { ,:' way ire beta : tamscund es.:i to power; aad. attboogb : snug retreata. Before the day of b1CI : land wa protfored. tadigo and< nce I l r the .eawacbcd teaches ot ...A
of &be JeanHM and FrarncJaranssnffr4 :' .......... aaditb
.short RUI'' seance w1tb Bramrwtct oa UM t atn-.. many I sh eupseamly. C. Epanieb mfrcota .were Ltcrtzry tncreaaed. Island.Tb .
suit of! I k # kid tad ec.k1at ItA emraw.l 1adU1'f.or Bunyrdoea at tb* bands of I bad been oecpotied I by piratea. ilea 'f'' Colder. frrirs bream notedttuir for II *ea, son house Itself rtaixjs on cue
I and to* _u.ea. tb* chnreb becaaM carrte-l OIL Later.' : bojpltallty. Aaren Barr case at I I
JlaDUJIC bdla betn
I lleaClut tab ', tn* { east side of &:pc- Island and i-
J. Oy av.Dabw for Uw *ajoyn.a( of deasimnl tostmtUoB sad carried .1. Thomas Leacb. the famed 'Black-!1 bent after tu mal watt Pimnton. ma.a4s a beautiful visa ta the ocean

OiaiSpin' 'I ; j JLmenaUI _ca. 6. Her at &e ba ezten.tve mi.domry wart bard of fact and fable frequented,,I and many other vtattors frequented "I'I.A..roE.-nnF' ;J6gDipasrZrlrCboe.ttFEfli8US11ED Ads I I It is of Spanish arcbttectxire: also if-
l had Beach ample IIoCd. TH I P1JIoaD. to* lung lash dctermtaed tbia coot anegnCy to fcury bit trcaaor the rich plantation bocae Narrwq, s w.rrt' bJrE.Tifesr' asovc.el y o 5p,11 tvs awe A.ewszna.. ..irq a sNRedcee e 'gned to provide every arts ate:
With thi> I tahter.+ ..... ..... .nct* ._ ...... ,. ,.
rut haad "b.
i.i.i.i -. lainwere ,
the UII f : pba tad tad e.cmitooN ice> tersttay a reedl replied ui tag sapeiocuu Dean us name.la '-raw hundred mUItocmhes harmony with Its AU1'.lDd'
t of tbeptaatera club maintained by a easy
bid? Thtindc 1 f: clma are provsded to melt IM a.'I BrttUb. CcocckltDiC tact real plus'': tb* cotorttal petted a wealthy I the: raids of enemy .a:ps that a loge; destroyed and the hooseaoids ing*. Ita great dining ban can accommodate
ira ;; Plea. $taMt of *a tfart lovcn- -I I poi tender tb* guile cf founding aadtbb ,Jewish merchant of Loadoa boogbt !i number ef planters deserted tbeu ere scattered. The semitropical The Coffin estate comprises 100 I forty guests at the u.3lfand

l\cnrt f I i t t t Ic. fUiblac. foU. Mtwfi. mat bash i S'. colony they erected a tort what to now Ur. Cons acme la-j'I i bone and tb* retlon once nor beams vegetation closed tb to former agalniand I mfl*. situated en Sapeloe. ,! tb* profusion of came ot wblcb
obliterated! square Gt-I
The t ( tac boating fidt&c and nuHcnrtn. rM oo St. Stmoa tatkad aDd wtabUab land. Sapeto. and pent large nun ;I. nearly sr r**Hft-1. Tb tetands I alaaoat >> UM elk aDd 51. Simon .. the country boasts guarantees that
ti: of. one'! .... CoOn'a boow en fteprto latond.': d tb* town of Frederick- At: of roctser developing It. only to harp now began to figure: a* barbor>> for laogitas of ctrOtraUoo. ADd so Sapdoe Mr. Como baa that table will always be plentifully!
that tlu f I 1 when JIa Mfctrtained Pmrtcteix Coo- IM*. to 1742. after prenooi taUnn: ..:'that It bad been ICegany old to !'I elating reawta. aDd e-et as late as'1SS9 talaads remained for many year, deserted maintained For a son of a year Southern home) onSawloe supplied. President Coolidge coula

bid on,. 1, ; Hiss da CC JIM 9111I'" U. elCb-- Ctoocnl Ogtetborp defeated theBpaarh him by the Empna of the Creek | tbe "Wanderer" landed a canto aDd wDd. lataad. and< only recently baa'.dine. regally on venlaoo. wild turkry.opoanim. .
I to BatU of: ... I are of slaves Jefcyt Wand resultIng II Presently a number ef wealthy
course' i t p afloat to UMTb .IIorUI. foten t IladJaLaUT It boutbt by upon on St. I I quaiL wild peacock terr*.
t be lie development
aDd! alarm totb Americana awoke to the paeatbOmeaof begun
orlcinalithet! Blood, Mash ADd drove tao Jr.ever Prrncb noblemen Beetng from the I to such indignation ,
of &be gat Jdalld But tb
toy I glhdand began to Simon fctfsrttt resources pin. oysters
North .. to baswn tb* already the historic
55 Croat tb* Oecrc"bIaII4a of Tenor awl tbetr tats &*e *
FrUeol, of St. Buaon's.tarn .anent- I Beign aDd made avaUabto to President Coolidge of nab at this all-year playground.indeed.
one clul l: t BottJa''. bold OD tb* .**t territory WIaJJecL: :tasipendiag *rTf f. I found oo them prrrat tea I
.ait. Lmetfean C. battbnt6g plans : though they were .. It la comprebenatble why.
longer sipartne t' an p we* broken aDd tt>gll b dominance'Tb Tbea came a period of yiuatxmj I When the Civil War at last broke: |..._. na snug retreats are a* cootplet aa
fran 1be fin Mttlrawnt onQ of of labor. during the Bevotutionary War, a visitor -
dip tb* products many years
the forth the Coldra Isles of Goal where they might quietly
Amerfe.. AId oilmtnaUoy U> ttposmurtry .I- -ltd to u.JIItIC butory. During I suttuuud- Tb preaervatloo of tb* former to tb Island made a remark
I I almoat
tunhyltU battl enjoy primittve
t. again becaro a giouud. I
prrent M a portroutr scrap?.* ocnpby of tb* w American Bevotuttoo many rland..ITb. seclusion. ..IobDw..V landmark: of the H'-Fnils for his which baa become proverbial; '1
on theclearly 't''t't. .......t wbicb UM rrfloa now eejsyw ..... aDd! tb* uftftn t>t meebanntt I Uon were developed on baronial tb* tt I'I II '!'Kortbero. tad gunboats bunted ravafed for blockade UM pct runner at.atIoo. -- : tag and utter nice owned Otosb.w. present ewer a cbsracterutle practle would' rattier be a fiddler *n the

!< '. ; ParIDC tbte Wig period JbIne mil r ADd bidden tm ooo wbleb' eotocOzer! bream of alarm rand t *. who sought refuge amid tb* The Carnegie bought Cumberland of KT.: Coffin- His golf course la coast of Georgia than a barplit in
of fairl', men amtiy *a cpocb la which the: Inlbell' barn ma4e them a,,I. power aDd their nao-xrce ',tortuous ebannele. 'Tb towns were Jekyl JaUad be.-ama an eut Men laid out on aa MO-acr plantation the mngrtnr.i of Hann.The ."
'I Incredible
,h /\ rryada ban. not- figured prominently,. _lard'UP for pirate and fn> cotton broogbt them
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have t .. -- -- -- h --- I II Knglfeli:: Language:
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bf.i f '1- SappJ:SPECIAL STEEL IN NEW FOHOS i iI blending and beat treatment that lion.
Next: there I* little Dorothy
--- --- --- -- I f A Belgian student was relating
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This special
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_5' 5 ""r 1 One day. in literature she took a I |are new to the Industry. ''ts I of than forty different -: his experience in studying the
only one
I;, ( I The new Model A Ford automobile !
'J the on'IW nap. ; These processes produce kinds" of steel each' representing English language "When I discovered

!a just !j Mr*. White woke her up and oat : contain some of the finest example :[crankshaft that 1* heavier than any. I : a special treatment, which that if I was quick I was

fl :: : BRADFORD\ her ten i In the, world of new metal i iI 'previous' Ford crankshaft, that III are used in tbe manufacture of the :fast" he said, "and that if I was

: ; OOW; Dorothy hasn't been asleep again I treatment for resistance. to wear [tougher to resist wear and stronger -i new Model A Ford car. I tied 1 was fast; K I spent too freely

; F' Eatelle Kendrick. and to the torslonal strain Imposed ; to relit the torsional strain of I i 5Highlands I I was fast and.:that not to eat

} t-( I School Journal upon some of tbe part of the mod: high speed performance. The I City Building: ofI I was to fast I dlscoaraged. But

: High Thea there i* Thelma Andrea ern internal combustion engine. weight of the shaft In ICseU make] Lakeland Highlands Citrus Growers when Ltcame across the sentence I'

You'd better watch out or shel One of these to the crankshaft. '! for smoother operation and the I Association. rebuilt to double The first one won one oae-dollar

!' : vamp yon. In this latest Ford product 'the i static and dynamic In the motor,I capacity. I prUe,' I gave up trying to learn

9; t 'lfllf i. 'f She vamp them little- crankshaft I* made of a special' to which it is subjected before it1'I Stuart Eat! Fourth street English."

.r'rj.J 9'h 41\ I 'n-- -- -----'- She vamp them big- :Ford carbon manganese steel, developed !: Is Installed in the motor still further -I:I boulevard paved from El Bit-Lor I A Frenchman had a similar experience.

wA! ; ', "'ice I f alder who! She Tamp them like a big fat pig,, under processes of metal reduces the chance of vlbra- : Apartment to Broadway He was watching a ard
: ArnRMf.I
IL"K<<: ,
) \ wnIJ: NT14 understand
) -Clara Louise Peek.I -- --- -- game and trying to
\, rnoWXO&lJ HOLIDAYBradford Mrs. White don't. let her catch
4 what aald.

.. :r 1"\ t. I ..., Ulgh Retool- opened youSome say she baa two eye.- nearly forgot our poor old half Manchuria Moder*rzized by Japanese Surprises Tourist I "What's was the store?" aaked someone

,4 N.;, t semester Some key four but 111 bet any-' wit w I I ?.
'f: iev door for ther second Sow yon can. laugh cause 70.. Two to two."

mi'u. ',aDd the year 192, Jut Monday.'Janaary thing. out and I'm. I "' 11,' '.. :. ... : V,..;. II I "We are two to two. too, sail
.. Site ha* she or < 1> '
No tf 14tU. The acboor bad more.Paul -Paul Knight. \ 1UTa a man at the next table.
,'. ti Knightliabbard
'( "flnG lie
[ eloed for an unexpected: holiday { This waa too much for
: +pelil( l
,'): I l jG pli\? "" f (which began Dec. 17, wfcea It wa I Dot, Hilda and Evelyn are the "tic Frenchman.
\' .Iyt: : S q. apparent the fin wan likely to deo'k Harley sorely can talk heroines of the clas To spill: ze Ingtlsb." he exclaimed

,"; f} : !\ 4 cend np' n the acboot with con And those long,legs can also walk. It they keep studying' I'm sure "It Is to blow se French'hoT. '

8t11 W'' evilly("' I iderable Impact. Since then Prof. ,Gertrude Allgood love to dance 1 they will pass; c-e4- I Is I e "
'i, boor White 'She always knear the latest) South Jacksonville Davis aDd
!1 g. 8. Oowllnr. Mrs George They have no desire to be! mean
\ ; Ethel _prance. Landon avenue paving project
,:, i the ,\ :3d1'" Minnie Grnber and Mlaa These three out of tt* fourteen. _
'/-fjl, t i Crlffln, of the faculty bealdn aeTral Dora Manning* I* proud- of her t -Thelma Silcox.NEW A completed.
suffered attacksof curl, < Stuart Breakwater at Sun
atndenU have ___
't 5 make fine chorus J.-\. 'nsaR: HCHKIICLEH; :: completion.
Because of this the She trying to a -4 wise Inn rapidly nearing: ;
: Influenza

',\\tJ v'. r... i"j ;holidays were prolonged contemplating until aer In r many girl year she may succeed. Beginning Sunday, Dec. 10th I I 1 .
; t tlIral students were _. ... .,.
\ c "'"
4 \ summer Then to Ifolloywood she will speed. Seaboard Railway schedule for ti
%, ;on dpenlns .
lake. I Thelma Sllcox. Starke were posted a* fololws: COFFINS & CASKETS
< Quarters at Klngstey
if-1m.;; lId. ,

>\!! Ctd' 'f'" 'I KerertheleM. the after vacation three weeks wa One of the class I.. named Estelle, i No. J-U.ocaU Hoalbhoanif: 10:07 p. m. ,; and a Full 'Line ot I
PUll exhausted
;finally : I
,yt-:- I I Her lv ugh'1s like a tinkling bell; I :- o. l1-l..ocan 11-.4S a. m.
SPIN fallows moreweeks
There i
and four days. tai I Ie Undertakers Supplies
} ;?$ of suspense before another She laughs and giggle all the ,i \o. 3-(Limited) !9:44 a. m. '

S- J M\\y J. u, t : mid-term exams, de- time I No. 107-(Limited) 1:19 p. m.So. d'r AUTOMOBILE HSABS&Th :
'" epidemic I -
of v 't.-,N That' why I made this rhyme. 1! I-(Limited) 11:91: p. m.
r ,itt f peend upon the school.KXUMMII -Dora Manning. Northbound u ..... Th*.... a.e..te'ras .'.
q I a ta. I.weq .ra. aenl.t
j t Cl.a* HT\D': ISO No. 2-(Local) 4:41 a. n w fe 4. -- .. tol.*.Wp* was
N3 I.t.' i P t POETRY: Kest' comes James. lie doe a lot ;: o. 12-(Local) 3:50 p. m.No. a $ S BCClSTkBKO gaUBALMMDEWITT

"'7. Limited) 9:01 m.
I of bluffing 4-( p. C. JONES
';; r' I The third ,e.-r English clan of i He says the park bench may be Jo o. 10S-(Limited) 5:45 p. m.. tw"ni I

OZ'.)g f which Mrs. George White i. cold. I ) o. 192-(Limited) arriving !I ,fi fABKB,..FLA.TAMPA.

,..ail fj'I J closed tbe late rear ID-I But the air don't co.f nothing; here at 5:31 a. m., stop only for .

'Cjj t ?"18. by studying poetry Then tbere's Theodore Young, the purpose of letting off passes -

I I Specials attention was given to 1 who' real nice and cuddly. pees from the East Coatt. -

ill.\ ;heroic* couplets. When pupils f fo But don't. be surprised K be laughs I NOL 7. 8, 9, 10, (Orange Blossom i AriT ONCIC WAS: ,.

"were, called upon to write their I I.Int out suddly1.' limited trains) do not atop I r
t trotters
} NEW TORJt Amencaa glob
) own poetry quite a lot of talent -Paul Knight. In! Starke.
.,att..:\ heretofore undiscovered was \\'.._ BranchNo. are Beating a broader: paUl Into ,

l brought to light. The following Halite Jones' has some ambition, 101--Leaves Starke a. m.. the Orient than ear befog according 1 '

-:t, tt, was picked aa the best of the lot: But I tell yon they're not writing: No. 102-Arrive*Starke 4:409.. to reports reaching ners from II > a good market for

I II composition. m. travel acehi the Far Stet ':Res j ;
what wish to sell
: Although no author. I'm sure this ,Thelma Sllcox, always laughing lone Baa line.Northboundf:10 Ancient aiancbuna. gateway to Ps- I 1 I you

L ':, f., \1 will pass. and gar' a, m., 8:5) kID and tb* heart of CMna la one of ... ,s. s1..-- i I USE '

,. '. I '' t,. I'm trying to tell yon of our English I'm sure we would miss her were a. m., 1:53 p. m., 5:18 p, m., 8:58 the tavortt highways ol this lanua.Hers p,1f.l6H ifwestern UP TO men a Crrt 0 a 1

s < 1., \ r.: class. she away. p.-m. a surprise await tboae'wbo seek : The Classified Columns -
,y ;., TJrst come Evelyn, with laughing Dorothy' Sapp. Southbound-9:37 a. m., 12:01 UWJr plaurs afar SeeIng the world. TIle night M spent ,they took out on 'en1Je.farm&, where

i.l: ,,' : *iI I brown eyes, p. m.. 4:01 p. m., tST p. m., 10:50 pnnuuv they stumble headlong Into In a hotel thai ba every convenience the aoI ta being tilled by Amencaa ; in

I always happy and I'm surenever Paul Knight Is next In line p. m. tb* modem modern so stanunf of its American counterpart tractors. I
it" J5eeD1l the They are WO mile ,at Mukden. I
rI come a* away
second surprise
fine-- them.eiwuon A : TheTAMPA'DAILY
; cries; He always get his lesson e they nugbt eafely imagine
;. : of over the South alaacburta city they dad the
c- -, r t .' Next Dora, the girl with teeth like Bat he laughs and laugh the per Punta Gorda Construction a jaunt &liroucJlthe- Oaltd Butevmidwest tourists railway toward atukden, )uaeUon real blending-of tb* East and West.Hear ; '
here will atarimmediafely.
A. C. L. station TIMES-
pears. iod through to this trip to Pekla. In this aewcny. as modern a* Dai.ren. .
., Leaving the abrp that earned them point
':{ Light blue eye and golden .curls; And If you watch him. 1'ou"11lauch- acroas the Yellow Sea. they alight on everything tout tn* Item of geogrsphy. la a monad city of tbe ancient ;
: : Lake City'-Front of Columbia train on wbleb tbeytravel lOancbu elvattauon.. a sty sec oa by "Florida's Great
/H Clara Louise perhaps its no new, too.Evelyn a new stjOOOjOOO wharf to Dairca. a 114.* ao American
f:7.: Has plenty of gum, which_ she always Strickland I I. a wise student Music! 'Co.". store in Beach buildIng" busy commercial city of 33O.OOO people with comfortable Pullman a thlrty-flv foot wait. framing a plc- Home

k, 'I'' '\. chew ,, improved. web .-.cse. weU-pCVed streets. and cars, a d* tux diner and observation Aura of pagodas magnificent tombs Daily"Tampa
} r: Business building blocks ear. As tb* traveler an "wnteked and temples ot an almost forgotten
Cot lot of sense and knows bow Dad. City brick and concrete tmstneas i
a: .r ,J.! campaign started here. that would do credit to a city of she along over a crushed scum road bed, I _..!. -
heroic couplet' we con- to use it. S
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: NEW RIVER I When the study IK completed,
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph p\\ Miss Ksslc! Sapp, Cor, ., the results will be tabulated and
p bUHhed. Faculty members of the>
I S.....NNyN........ INS.Mr. i college of commerce and JournalIsm -*

O. F. Tomlinson and .son, i feel that Mr. Moore's study
Roy and Mt. T. Edwards made a will be of material Interest and
J Live State News I' business trip to Starke Saturday.Mr. value to the publishers of Florida.I
as well as to the students of Journalism 1,
A. A. Cowart of Tampa, was .. throughout the United. I
visiting friends and relatives here States.
,_ Ii
III TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Sunday. i Mayor McKay will open negota-
Miss Margaret Hazen who has tlons with the Tampa Electric Co..
.. .... been spending some time with her
-- for a white way system to extend
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grand-parents, returned to her the length of Twiggs street from
3t. Petersburg E. D. Vaughn, I A timely warning of two negroes, home Monday. Tampa street to the union station,

let of police here for the pas l lIT who saw the house ablaze, prob Mr. L. W. Higgs was visiting In under action taken by the board of

years, resigned his post tt ably saved the lives of the family Starke Saturday. representatives says the Tampa
.. Miss Louie Kelley, Mr. and Mrs.J. .Times.
cept another position. L. Johns have been on the sick
An d. i .
West Palm Beach expen.dlture -
| wrrua A+w list, but we'are glad they are Im I The Southern Sugar ..Companyhas /
|Clearwater This city's per of about $100,000 has just !
proving. budgeted four and a half million -
capita tax levy Is $47.27 count beem made to Conners highway, dollars for expenditure In the
.gflicials estimated. The imposition and the road Is now open all the TO HTUUV WKKKI.Y; ; IMPKRS
: Canal Point district In 1929 W.
they said Is lower than' ten otheiitles way to Okeechobee City. The re
J. Conners of Palm Beach and
. with populations around 50;'- pairs, which Included a stee University Florida-(Special)
Buffalo, N Y., a vice president of
09. bridge over Taylor creek, were Superiority of Florida's weekly
necessary as the result of damage 12.Gluy d .tra/r7F.ete, d1..1 sbuu. newspapers over those of other the company said In Canal Point
recently while on his to inspect
|Key West William II. Malone from -the hurricane of. last Sep sections.of the South and the na- his toll highway way half of
tate senator, was re-elected count tember. tion Is expected to be shown in an
which had to be practically rebuiltto
meeting of the exhaustive study undertaken more
attorney oat a
4 repair the damage done to It by
'w unty commission here. Clifton O. Ft. Lauderdale A 4.000mllecruise than a year ago by E. G. Moore,
I the flood that followed the September -
alley was elected county englneei lasting for about 6 months, : !assistant editor for the Florida Ex- storm.
-I.succeeding Joseph N. Watkins ended here when Dr. A, C. Strong, hil:! ;;>I.'I't'.1. J. periment tatlon and a graduate eMayoFlorida
"I I of Chicago reached here aboard : M r ,. student In the Unlcerslty of FlorIda Power Corpora

i'Bartow .->. The accidental dls his auxiliary ketch Temptress.' P / Journalism department. tlon rewires lines here.
we barge 'of a shotgun during a hire Powell, of Chicago, who accompanied J. ," Contents 'ot the news and editorial -- -- -
fount took off two toes from the Dr. Strong, was also on the< .-. i q i columns at 129 weeklies

t toot of J. P. Hall, local chemist vessel. The two set sail on Jun published) In this state have been
.all had alighted from a car ancwas 16 for the Grand Bahama banks, O w ): analyzed by Mr Moore at regular For colds
talking to a friend when the and from there proceeded- north- 'B-r' intervals throughout 1928 Careful grip
ward. \ : tabulation of results has already
eapon went. off.. o +2 r krrel4EA) '1':::".-. conclusively demonstrated and flu take

Winter Haven :..- Thirty rail Pensacola Nearly a hundred \ ;.-r thut generalizations regarding a
ads of the south and their subdlarles thousand feet of lumber was shipped \ "(,7 contemporary decline in country

*, } have granted excursion out of the local port during ..*; : ._. i i.c ; and small-town Journalism do not
pates to the annual Florida orange 1928. according to.figures compiled +r. : apply to Florida. In some cases
( eatlval, to be held here January I I by the pilot's association. The ii I Mr. Moore has found the averageof

a2 to 26, J. B. Guthrie, manage! exact total was 96,520,000 feet, oran RIIIEtUIIItilhl ; excellence for Florida weekliesto
f the festival, announced. Increase over 1927 lot abou "I I;!!i @ be from 100 to 400 percent ota sTRAGC 1
12,000,000 feet and about 26.000 LIVI"a, 1200-".., >t abutaarzao 1 ... ) >, higher than the averages established
Fort Pierce After six yean 000 more than In 1926. Fourteen .' t3',Z',12' ,.",' .14' /'IH. \.:: for other Elections where MARK Ra .

',end, six months In office J. R. bier- nations of the ,world received tin I t I I I..., similar studies han been made.

'J:1tt: has retired as sheriff of St lumber. For purposes of study Mr.
.ucle county to join the federal I Moore divided the contents of the
prohibition forces as the only "fre HOMES WANTED I papers as follows: Public Affairs
I IrlR. Relieves congestion
nee agent" of that agency ir'lortda PLAIJ :..4.1f'" r' Politics, Economics (Including agriculture -
It was announced. T F-LOOR <) ; )) Education, Personal, prevents complications,
. FOR "f.--- .(IrJ t'Iv''; Sensational, Sports, Opinion, Religion. and batten recovery.tOf1flda .

West Palm, Dea.ch.Ten yearn -- t' 1s t. / ..Magazine.material and Mis .
the state penitentiary was given of children in'Floridaas I J'/"r* a.., I\ i" ,
|n circuit court here to Orovei everywhere, In our nation, has ... '. '. I. .1 --- -- -- -
--- --
enry, who was convicted of the become a very popular thing, ir ; I "tI
filling of Joseph Hill. Henry was fact practicallY. every child plat- A BUNGALOW BKAUTIKCI most attractive doorway, flanked conveniently arranged, a thing I

rled on a murder charge, but the : Ing agency in America, has a long with graceful benches on either which always means so much to'' I .t...' ... .101''
ury compromised with a manslaughter : waiting list of families pleading (By R, C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., side: passing through a vestibuleyou every housewife.The ; HOW ""J
New York.) find the living room and dinIng .... _
[ verdict. and waiting ,impatiently for lovely -..,. I II
latticed living
I I little babies and all children up[ There tp an ever increasing demand room arranged end to end giv- porch provides I -!$ ;..,

Plant City The end .of the ,to five years of age, and as Christ for better designed bunga- ing a feeling of spaciousness.The a delightful retreat In warm
veek 'of' January 7 found straw. mas time draws near each year, lows. This type of home has be- two bed rooms are con- weather. '
erry shipments from this section I the waiting list becomes longer come very popular with a great nected from the living room by a The roof Is covered with shingles
Reaching the 100,000 quart mark I and longer. many people who prefer all roomson hall.The In variegated shades.of browns ::
|h three days, 16,830 quarts 'went I In Florida most of the chill one floor. location and arrangementof and black. Side walls' are siding .
forward and 3,360 In a single day placing work Is being done bj Here Is a good ,example of a the bath t room is good. painted cream color1. i,,
The berries have been bringing 'the Children's Home Society of well designed and practically planned There Is a dining alcove locatedIn I Complete working plans and
round 8 cents a box. Florida, which has Its '\tate headquarters bungalow the! kitchen. A rear entry pro- I specifications of this house may be
I at Jacksonville, and operates 1 The plan shows all that. one viding space for the ice box and a obtained for a nominal Bum from I

Winter Haven An Invitation receiving hammer, or clearinghouses could wish for In a modest home. stair leading to fife cellar. I I the building editor. Refer to TI'REBarga.in

embers: or the' National Asso- for homeless children, ai One'enters_the"house'\ through...."aNN 'There are plenty bf large closets -house A137. ,

latlon of Commission merchants,,, 'Pensacola, Miami, and Lakeland, ... ..N. .NNN.N...e -teaching- in the primary department The annual convention of the
meet- the Lakeland home having been i
ho wtll attend a three-day here spent the week-end with Southern Owners and IliilldlnKs
shortly, to attend little over a year ago.. HAMPTON
Yng In Atlanta opened a i
her parents at Theresga,
stlltewide association will be held! at Sara-
;;the, annual Florida Orange Festivalhere i During the 26 years of-its HU Ada Nlmnio, Cor. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Colley of
). 22-26 sent out and nonsectarlalwork for sota for three days beginning Jun.
January was and i....................... Colley of Starke, were visiting :
\l, >y sponsors of the festival. i the orphan, homeless helpless here last Sunday 14 and a program of entertainment ;
needy children of Florida, the 0. M. Greenway and family, who worked out for the
Mrs. P. B. Hunt was shopping la has been
Avon Park-This city will be all Children's Home Society of Florida have been operating the Blue Starke this week. I visitors. The business. sessions of
e reseed up in beautiful natural coi i has provided good homes and care Goose Cafe, and the Hampton Bar- ( Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes have the convention will be held at the \
'f '
rs for three days In March when ,of many and.varied kinds, for ber Shop, for several months left returned to their home here aftera roof garden of the Surasota Ter-
,'he first'annual flower show and over seventeen thousand children,, last Monday for Jacksonville visit with their daughter, Mrs. race hotel: Among other events ( r
Prlng festival Is held. The shows from every portion of the state, where business will be re-eatabllsh- R. M, Faver of Lake Geneva. planned for the visitors are a golf.
scheduled for March 14 to 16, from tiny babies on up to boys and ed.P. Misses Mary, Edna and Marguerite tournament bridge tournament '
nd is to be sponsored by the girls sixteen years of age. K. Griffin Is spending this Pearce of Starke, spent theweekend visit to the circus winter quarters I j jI

von Park Festival association. I I The Florida Society has a dally week In Jacksonville. with their aunt, Mrs. P. beach picnic, sight seeing trip and '
family of over 860 youngsters Un-, Mrs. N. Wynn was called to the B. Hunt. visit to the IllngllnK art museum. !
Tampa Another rarity In the der Its care and supervision, and bedside of her mother, Mrs. J. A.
knimal life of Florida was capturd -I: cared for over 2,700)little children ; J. McKinney, of Sampson City,
by Floyd Brown, of Wimauma, In need during the past year. This who Is very 111. .
.'when a white squirrel, one of large number Indicates the tremen- KHery Ounter of Waldo, was a
[only a few In the world, was made dous need that there Is In Florida business visitor here last Monday.Mrs. 1 4is.
pet in his home. The capture for such an agency, to bring the A. A. McDonald had as her I

, came. a few days after an announcement .; homeless child and the childless guest last Saturday, her cousin, i I
that the only colony home together. Mrs. I. W. Wesley of Waldo.F. I

.*jpf white squirrels known to exist As In other states, the Florida C. Gould and family, who are ,I
>as in South Carolina. I I Home Society has a waiting list of located on the corner of Main and A II that is
:, t Families wanting young babies and Church streets left l this week for
Winter Haven Members of hildren; under five ;years of age, Sharps, where they will visit their y

'I he. Polk County Association of ind before Christmas last 'year we spa. A, L. Gould. 4J17
,Architects returned to the city had scores of families who were Mrs. Clarence Roberts, Jr., of in
'' newest Style
ommlsslon the sum of $36. 16, pleading for little children before Lake Butter was visiting friends Ji
. (Which, the organization explained .I Ch rlst mas. the greatest need and relatives here this week. /
j gas left over from a $250 approp- however, is for families who are Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett of( / I II'
latlon made for entertaining delegates -I': willing to provide good homes and lIawthorn ','were the guests of Mr. and Performance i
'/ to the recent state convention l,6ving care for boys and girls un- and Mrs K B. Watterson last '

of architects. ler the care of the Home Society Sunday.Mrs. : J.
I I right now who are earnestly C. L., May and sisters. hSNr

7'\ Pensacola, Italian ports, Influding pleading and praying every night Misses May and Marlon Jones, and plus the reli ,. '
Oueglla Savonla Geona, for Just the right family to provide Mrs. Wilma Alexander were t;
plvitavechia and Kagles. will re- a home for them. shopping in Starke last Saturday, .I ti,1!
elve a.shlpment of 1,755.000 feet I I It has been' the policy of the Rev. Norris of Lacrosse filled
lit, lumber and 660 barrels of gum Florida Home Society, for years, his regular appointment at the ability that makes .
sin from Florida when the Italn lot to separate brothers or sisters, First Baptist church here last Sun- When you buy a tire you want the most lot your

steamer Florida reaches there, whenever a home for them can be day.A. ; money We don't blame you for shopping around- It
vessel has just cleared from found where they can be raised together general supper, under the aus- Buick here-there-everywhere-up and down alleys- ,
Kthe. the consignment and as for separating twins, pices of the W. M, U., of the First Supreme.COUPES : through tide streets-trying: to find the"big:bargain." ;
.. I the Society will not consider It. Baptist church of Hampton, will
Chipley -. "Shorty" 1 iee 15, There are two fine pairs of be served at the city hall next Fri- : But you don't need to patronize the "Special Discount ;
for NothinC"joint
1 being.held for the grand jury In wins under the care of the Home day evening beginning at 6 p. m, "Big Fire Sale "Something
arch In connection with.the klll- Society at Its receiving home In Everybody invited. $1195 to $1875 with the Red and Yellow sign. I II

ng Christmas eve of Richard Jor- tacksonvllle now, one a pair of Rev, Dixon will fill his regular I Come'here to a clean modem, reputable establishment

on Hodges, of Caryvllle who was I!Ine girls' ten years of age, the appointment at the Christian SEDANS $1220 to $2145 and we'll sell you A Genuine Goodyear Pathfinder I
hot to death during an alterca- I ther pair, being little' girls Just church next Sunday morning and at a*price you can't beat And don't forget J-
Ion. Nice was given a hearing our yeart'old. Who will give one evening. Rer. Dixon has served SPORT CARS $1225 to $1550 we're here to back it up with real service-every day
fore the county judge and was '''or both of these pairs of homeless very faithfully and has been unanimously /

r Ordered held for the grand jury. I girls[; a home of love and care? elected for this year. .. Then prtceif.o.. Buick Factory. Con in the year. t&
I Society simply requires .
S. C The Home B. J. Prevail was transacting ,
bt arranged
ventent term can on
| Tampa The 1929 state cham- that families who apply for business In Starke this'.eek. Plan. ,
liberal G. A/ A. C. Time Payment
ionshlp for women golfers will be tomeless children shall be peopled L. A. Johns, section foreman on RITCH'S SERVICE STATION j
ecided here during the week of good character and nave a 8uf.I the S. A. L. Railroad and his crew.

arch 11 when lovers of tee and'I dent Income to provldA/a fairly were thrown from the motor car Starke, Florida /"
.reen among the fair ux gather I comfortable home and reasonable last Monday morning when the I The New ,

fOr their annual tournament. The I iducatlon. ,In turn the society car was derailed. The cause of the i .. I I II I
tourney will be held from March I I elves; full Information concerning accident Is unknown. Some of the IIEKE ARE A FEW PRICES. MAKE f
2 to 16 and some of the foremost he history of the children and men suffered slight Injuries, but ,
:'omen golfers of the state will I laces> the children on approval I nothing serious Dr. E. L. Biggs BUICK YOUR OWN COMPARISONS ,*'
: for a full year, before It requires of Starke was summoned Immediately -

mpete. I I my permanent arrangement\ or le- and all neceuary' attention .. 29x1.40 Balloon $ 7.65 30x3 Clincher

St. Petersburg A mother and gal[; adoption.If was given.
t children narrowly escaped yon are willing to take a nice Miss Thelma Sullivan who Is Oversize Cord $ 1.05
even 31x5.25 Balloon 12.65
turning to death when becoming little boy or girl or a pair trio Register Motor Co. 32x4 ss. Cord J2.28

rapped In their home which was or quartette of homeless young- Jacksonville and he will .gladly 33x6.00 Balloon '15.25 33x5 SS. Cord 23.10 I Ir
A flames, they 'jumped from the iters. Just drop a line to the state give full Information. You can
Marcus C. "Padly" never perform a more worthy service
The home mperlnUndent,' Starke Florida
oof of the front porch. r
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ras that of A. Jones, fish jlealer. Fagg, 421 St. James Building In all the world.:


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the ExpcrlnjS ,I' ". TST1t Bwarttty Spaniards ten gleaming aonelvut omen advanced ___

talk over AMf 01 j ; tumaiy: Uiwoajt o>ieiMt or moaa-Qatommt uv oeu* amt ar-iurwr pignt -
/ stunt. or Woody gold; Ba** again. com* law'
Dr. Nobljj-j ; yea aatiuiir- m snip
no one dat-| [ I, axoaBlmno, Ovoucrc OM flair at Pmidcnt C.eelldseCn.aataanotvr.nrpneer
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2. cmgeneral
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farmers ....
:wfcae !. liuutitlaaa on*of eur ftnaae and) beat
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z Arnr wro w-aaa Su..aGr n.e ewe = Mwrrm:
For citrus':'j 't of test aOflOOaciannirii.. acpxipged: wiat\ a> minting: 1yattw dC80l1anest --a.iraa ee -
\ !Bon U*has midec Nor; .'1 rrvwrtr.ey.o/ : Lb I IM
Is jj j 'i i" (0U *.Bow .*.*: .> BOIB:eour .--air Buried. away Uv pnaaa parawrites. 7JHIN.___ i
best. Forifi!!, 1. that amp reomay;; has escaped ttur notice or eourtate. ()a. mu> nun >f IJI.

date wou14 f ., gams pvw'' the rMBtdencra. fendae Doc ahaattng: cauM bellberall? iar--otrr' ,

crop Is. bar; ::10' tardWe.d
In.hta ti : tble pis.urrbamE atatontfatwu UI4'" 14 Ii

x I la. !Rio uaIWIC' of A net icaa a1atsr t
that 'a fort; raahtaboan6 tr teoifim tr
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re1 .
lIst of ; 1 ftft ,m..ttay suer RW WIde btgD
powder an* tltair: days of proaparity1amf
Ueaources? 1 j i aHBif tsiicicixuc* tads tZlaS- te.d
ways s
but alway* tinOur:
items as.' f 10AC tai* oommf of GerII.!.k p-u-i 0eIIra0\ ld.nda somettnq ttaa.puraq .- ,;ccmvst tJNC.csnJIDI. ,, "L2: :,

feeds and'jchlnerjr j j! .QjfpeeonftlT" Casts .. flmr mUftf or > wntelx aiumataly/ affiaelMci) tier ."" f r i

C f I flltafr.lTTTfUfgtafHHf Of WjUSUtafk\:. --4.pnaraay e--i .u-u. of the naOna at lageCraaina ticm4be, ) ,.. c... j

gages : IIIIdi IL. slum at. *ouatlnav ,yr rher.+
aLl Jne;. 0--. Jek7r :1 ; nortltwartC :
f debtel! { C.mp.raaw. laaeaadbtutr :' ( tt* Spanialfc atrwucuvara.r i NNrrc+rw+sa-
?4 all kraut ::" BWwmaK I .. ltapraaerd .r Cttaaa fbrtUa-: sod' -
steps tubs ; -- --- '
f' arm them; taw I
attneav: uaanita gars -I ItletoDfnC
4 t : ..-pIoUaCS: Atctt..OUMV of our re a
: mmantla-' : aims of Th!m Golden lalantta t ii
'tars ffaaeufertr' kvs' eehamrmC4gl of Goals Bam) ta ISM the! 10 a Captain King wtio
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0.. 1I'WJ: apedlaGS tar prteadentls fbun
}: na aua**. toam<* JdIr.pore.ta. clay and. nmlerlioolF: tu onloarr the Ct-nl Wet The ctul: MUM ot
) pm oiu ftnr QM ese ud.d m assnsee tai omino-y wiot a. vlaw to. making the: :Sea Island Cluto .la a IIt\.lrdy.
.nit Mtnotw watotwafai aw tae rettypet a nortHara Dissects of apaataft. pewee K weat&eretf: tmOiOxif wblelk a cet.j
amhaues Uwtarnda et c Jc1aLI la An WIca. Th. sane neuneaa attar j aco served aa a warehooae' for Sea
aaatTOKt. tbaav outpoata: es 2-c-Cnelt wale
"The nvteiuna plrmlanit ftwwreo. oC ; SIdell bland eottonv lea ire
'. ... Wwad J&atoMWmda_. aCilow tarps and: s* become a> dao aena eonaeroeted! of "'ta toy- a Bomvmilteompoartlart
1 f''' I, Cov caw amtUOoua plaaa of, of shells am .
Y '"i < m 'MU4 tunury, BMW sad: flu manse oyner ; .n.e.tr
ii 1. tn&iuuf sue Vranev: : wtw Caw Ukwtaa .- wwrs'a.ridwNwa.P13 the fcuildln ef Ua own umc
oj : ass al* > ... b. aamrf. O* the. 1218.IJ' .
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stenos atrtrinaroouxxoi: oa mucts; or Mr. com.'Jae\ utilized: for an wicgaa
: ... jHimxua at Gmr&u afford ftGalairN.3
i ; tae aew wortctl! aa porab1.p.vened & i wait: two Jt a-use
+ aaeKnt Spantals
,' awtrgm game i rvmtfCaxiC I ICop'rl8bl' 7l' k)net s. -- -
feet thick built alao of ""tabby Al-
B the dellgheftit
MIT. Cdffla rev trmIopiMtju Hotel .la '
,, I issue! upon itav U). and at. $ ... auzua_. tai flpaniatt vanguanC on. ttnnterxi From fair Image point' .tlltreacw iti here that the!: s--.' thou modem Out tt baa Cloiater been designed entirely tj) Ad.

\ Dank. IB wen 1mpn.abi.ao rumen tha : ale: Golden. lalea af Oualaproapennlj' i Clay eaaUf dart one npnn. GUt rtcttAowriaan. tuned Se.. bland enttaa. at long F dlaom Ulzner ta t&aSpanlab: ; stteand ;
t IafrloAe Mantle tacmn bv s hissed., tea more than; a eaotury. %heir mta- sl1 OptDR; plunder! at their Him; sliest KTW rapidly to- demand ,
fII : to remarkable a xowtca
; .sort.4 sncrdaanr =-or CfllJ f ATT1 1 al, amid: their: tty me weaver* of Franca mod:: KnaralMKC. ;- placed
.I ''. mss Drat:trip. Vow, ltawevea; a eauaalaaut Cut sat retire os aeouncy t&e life oaka. the Spanish m raand
There wtvr. 11M Ia U* enna.eao q a i tneresasd< m- paver;: sad sDalaugD 11 i snug retnata. Before' the day of Zng- 1aad';. ear peaduo.d IDd1p sad des t&eawaaUcdl: : trachea ot stirIsland.
till argtt of: tiw Jesuit sad rranrlmtinnauffeved' and !
"uiauit 8tmoa 'I'tQI Rran.v1 OIL- the JDAi_.. many ass eupremaiEy. the Spaalab. inlaalone Cuxury ineznuett. .
short .f unuauat fiieUl, martyrdom' a* Shettanila of ewn the CoIdea. rein became' mud tbrI .
MId! a icnC Bad> aan deMpolled Dr plracea.
'k a itmtf t1.!
of The tunn S'.ntt in
Hea'' that far nunttair aid taeaaentar.ss.! Ctta: naCKM. taw eaurr.tv. Beeaota; a' tba Dell ttema earned oIL ewes !I I tuff: &offpltaUCy. Aaron ButT earn manor wand ana
tide of :.II'
eat Sapcloe
dominant rn notnon aim carried onaneaatve here after: IUe- duel wits; BiunUcan.
fly avaiXalMa: :Hov th* enjoymiraC of Thomas Laagna. the rimed: &Uiet-)
Clue Diaf i Xawtncani portewn. Wnre ae 8 ea taI miiartnnary worle.i beard" of tad and table. aequanred'. I i[ aDd: many other ,tattai rsqust d S'Ih4e4r EsswYt.'IslcW ApErn.+Ja-c oak,1X: tS'f'JISI./"CJEr. lit".. manrl a beautl ol arcbltecture ttasa ta he aLso xeaa1C dejnd .

I"' I I lien Bxaclk ... anpUf Koui; The 'i Finally the' EnnTtaM. determine CoeBaetr talk tifuutt allegedly to bury tetra 1I>IIIUId' -'j its nail plantation honurik.. I Il IW"_ww ra la.Ir4.ilex"wasp-sLw oq.tt warvsr ww 7 ztlor..et..".reaRaGO e II la ef SpacJab Taab: :.
Spoi 'I !
P to prorlchr retry
__ _,_I l t QeWar of 1313. the: Sea. ic*C.S.44a ft'
With tl J a ,I e17oWtmr! Dos bees.eeees.m II I1dme\ apaQa'k aonuty ansnoaetiraanttncn toe, a- aru et the fal-.bL flf DurUxr comfort of modern me and till rctalo
ld fv i pln a aaat palaw' taut rocnataoaaC to-: tutntnry already' M antad: anpur lair aapeloemil .bean hie name. I IIa. r Manila were- ao. vigorously norrUKt ay '
1 the Lit t. *' haaaeftoUs of the ehtb 1n1iaJn&t! 1ST a hundred JI11L. tta easy harmony wills tta .urroundlags. -
bidt Thheart C1Uae. ae. pro+lded m meat taW wtrndetir : lir18a8. CouasUag alert! real foa enUuilal: pertaC: a wealthy j jTewtalv I the Aids of nemy IUpa mac a huge destroyed: and the nitx
ao@Mtea. Ra < [ JaIl can *cconunodate >
Tar asauttopucal' great
.. .tad> autaa of aU apartc lo a-Hunt'H pus. ondar its glass oC: CbAmdlnic a oiafTTiaiH off r.. ntton' bouajic t number of planter: deserted Oielrtkome planters rsactered. '
'' I 4 I(1n Mtiit, golf. Bcnnlat aurf INt'JIor I itaHtora ntony.. they ereetail a Doer what la now Mr Corona home la-; amt: tae region one aura Be- veassttan ckwd tD ..galaand The Coda states omnprtara. TOO I forty guests at the taste;:
: t&aformat IIIJDJ.Jaa otznaOKti an SKpoliw; Utof : and!! the pxofuatcva of came of which
Th 1'"' f' ) tnefbasing. wUDuf nut mornsiaaG; I raaa oa St. Simon island: and MtaunaMetC land;: aapeloe' ; and apene large anma: nearly andCJIetL The Iataadaaow almost obliterated I !
+ civilisation dad ao: **i* u. Sapelos aDd 510. 9fman lelrade tae country: baste cuarantM that
ot i ... Coflln'a aerie slit flapalmi Ie1IaDd.1: : OM: town af Freiteruatai. AI]: of money devefopiny it. only to learn bean tuOgur* aa tuurtois foe proerem of :
that one tin, f' .......- B* anctrounaif but. D* CTtft attar prwvtoaa CUlXira* that te: had' beta illegally "nt tay : alavusa insets, and even aa lace a*'! Iala.ada remained far! many liars. de- Par s nears years M ol.n; Dow J Jtam.e4 chat table will always be plentifullysupplied could
I I mWn 5auchttrlaDome: aD President CooUdge
IW'cr drIrtur Wa vlott. isms OmunUi OqlvclUirp defeated: tuaSpatuaa. IUJa. she Kmp eaa' ct the CreeK 13SOOw Waademr landmt a cargo wrntt uut slidrraeatly .
bid on c-.I I| .
I Sapatott- -I. aoil: only recently: : IUb regally on vcniaoo. wild turkey
atof '
L r'dsa4: rcuilctnji : a number Wftlmy dine
courseoriginal', rs K Uea to tai VorttU.Tlw I Dames Mt tba Bathe of Ia4lamm Laser 1C wee BaunHC: by owei of ala upon> Jelryt .
1 ..,.. "4' b* Tm D.Ia dvvKlapinene. an. SIO.I quail slid peacock: terra-
t Msad:: dmvadunn. tor'ever I&om ate tm mica. Uullgnattan) aDd alarm ttt l Americana Vs tIa p' tea apoammr.
aablmimv chair
l aoory af the B.a lalanrta, end Bloody i I name J :. But the and varietiesr'
Simon talanrf. urc.s duck
The I from eba: Oeorglaa talanrta.Spans' "IC'S ef Tenor. Hue their Drs to. tar rrorca: aa BO heated me1mlmd1l1q' already me bsataria\ standnom: began: 1G'toUDIf. : I : I pun oytten many
|, I p.rttaWari, of RR. rstmo6.o BonatJ"Am I on. own pct- sinus sad nwd a-aa t>Je l to t Presttteno Caallcig of Dan at iDle all-rear playground
: erisls.when
one clullonger bold on Our oae 1I< wee. sa rKaua: apuj. tmginnmg I nuesoCaere ere u ampUc as Mimigti, that wars Indeed It la eompre&enalble why
I and donalnanofl | CI10r aW: ae rear DrobIoWII. haulm p.nervs nmi
\ rsgrt.tt of
sV t waat I Tai earn- a period' praapertty:
.&bea. Boa* th. flrW aKttanwne. eapurtncrp at of tabor.Ti .,' the War a uttor -
s.osrrd.The t In Qua awlA hlecar* Durnne: the the Colctem blaa af Guar they magna <\uHM3fprtznllXvv sup sway the prorttum many yeas : during Revolutionary
raarbtaa annt anuf aulminaclna J& jsa: I aXnoar nouoaIwwamnaj ) prcaemmtSoa or tie fbrmnrla&tfxnarut I : Co thei&f"t made a remark
aOatTTir CD
tunity + Amerleaa Krolkit3oa many plantatlaaa acIIbI> beams I r
tl.e c yraac <: "pflpottrrtj *a a tpordnneatiZMarma I' eompTex grngrapny Otata. I II +sgad! mayf> i**- .... GQar ....w. ..oa... JbIUI of the IIiIaDdaIbr Dan j jpracac wlllctk, has become proverbial: *1
Qe1IIJ.aAda .
t>e the I ..sea .naea he.agtoa aoow -1JII1a ...d. sad the aeewone e. narrow,'I| were deveiAped! en baronial ln'power amt IMn&fiacp finr BUacJuita pw* + .ace owned! 'orbawThe IUM 1.. .. cU.rmre rt aa. prac-I I would, rather be a fiddler en the
< clearly r > ; stars J long pmrUMftav pun.- hie I enaoMs sad ftlddaai UMiDena. I and their rwonrow oC' alavea|I aim. wu..ougbe Saga amid at* Caeneps bought Cumberla dt I I Osr et: Mr:: C t1JL. IDa! euttf aauiaw: ur i iI maat'oC Georgia than a harpist meh

'n9 of (fah.lit cirlnl; r1bJ been mdr ancealy teas na a.... ggoreg amtetti Okaptnrrlnanoy. nacucaf marlaer ref their rge for attorea puaaw pads and them Qnw-*J'i'I and1 aoccoov ara
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: ; '- = -- = --- _: .Nest there l a BttleDorothy 3appOn I Ii ,.PEcLa: tTEEL!! IN:> NEW OKDH blending tad beat treatment that tfoa' The Englbh Lms aae-
: i I I .B :are! new ta tie taduatrr
> day fA Itteraturs Ih cecil a I The 1focfel.\.l'lJrd! autm' esty. one of more thin; forty 41ffercac -: his experience ia studying the u
e new
'f> 'U' n- roeesiw* produce a
.'1 tbe napvIf I kfa ; just I' r* Wait woks: Her a> and gin. btle eoatafna some of the Inset e- crankshaft thaI! i. hea1l1ot.tttaa any HI1t1Ii a.peelaL treatment 1'1t'Dn-1 I'covered that If I was quick I was

i. ,,7, .otll} '. BRADFORD bAr teat.. 'I', amigos Cis U *. worltf aC sew metal pre.roWf for enatahaft. that lit I are used rn the IrULlllltowtlU' of tile fast." he said. "and that it I a IA' '

'r' .ax: ? Dorothy oaaat been a>.[_p>> agate treatment for reniatanea to wear: tougher Co resist wear and; *trna: -I new'. Xedel A Ford! ar. I.I.I t tied I was fact; If I spent too free.r .

r..'' ty I ( EateHaTtten Xendrtet. Ii I I, and! to the taratoaat stratni hnDixunl er to resfsc the tontanal au: A of I r ty I was fast, and that not to eat

;' : It f School Journal i I polio soia.f the part: of the mintem Dish, .0-1, J erlQrmance- n. I. mghlande City Ba&ttng- was, to fast. I waa dfs OB.raged. Butwhen

:1 -High there k i Toefma Andrea :' Infernal comlkuatlatv englois: : weight It' the abaft to Ksetf! makes Lalea.a.of: gfetia&i:, Citrus Cri
t ''Ysu'd better watch oat or ebs'A One of tAe a* !If tile! en.ru& (t. '' far amoacller *c) ratloa: and the Ian j Ajmociatloa rebuttt t... doable The first one won one one-dollar

fiMeet, ,[ t.t. .( ramp you. i Fa taf. latent Ford! product the ;! autre- nod dynamie hi the motor ''ea| adtT. 1 prUeI rare up trylnz to learn
I ah them BcttaSlut I'' nJ btfar UU I| Stuart East Frt street "
vamps maltsaafB J ha made of a> op ctal tw which Jill t to saBJ ct< English.
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b -- ------------- ---- k *ama.. them big- "For* carbon. maa aa_ .tee!. 1
.: t ; IYTtDTSPLII(1G.ipziirfa: Uf.r who? !3n* Campy. t&em Ht. a bf -LTara Laula* Peet. --- -- -
I WWEI.: ROLID.'Y ,Xn. White, iottt fee for caulk :game trying to understandwhal

"" I >ei9omw.ays' I,f nearly forgot oar poor old Manchuria Modernized by Japanese Surprises Tourist -What's was said.the score?"* asked some
rnt f'dfOYiI: "lncll kfroc' eputta'd : ako bas Ise'itom 87- wttyNow raau-I :

i I 1M" Ikd seesnd ..etneseererr. aT four but m fret< say I one."Two
doors you to two.
( east Xanda>: I tAta do"1U'. oat sad' i ii ,, I
J .a.t flMo 'STi* Baj- .tsor.ors: ,. I v.., ,,' .> '.' "" ... < "We are two to two, too,
lad ..
I ,
No )teL Tbs ae% -Faal Kafgnt
S { Jastary r -.11-1 Kllle't. i, \ man at (he 'next table.
''pne ,ofered for sib se.apotad: 1oI.fda7w.fcfll i This was too roach for Ibe>
f .
t E' D.efar !> *. IT when K wasp' ,Dot, irflcla, and Ent T&. are toe w_ Frenchman."To! .

p' .,.,a.t tike flit WM tllr.fy to oto .>. Hn&ftarrf ftarT r ni-slT can talk; !le.otm.f the elat1C ri splk i* Imaisa." he exr'aim-
,And ttbKMMT lost lees l vas. aba walk: ed r '
wV" Itt.-I with goo .they keep stadrtag: rill sure
duh r .@td span *.. "it b to blow se French horn.
'Gorrtn-dtIr! Mrgrwd loves to chase--
'evut aldaakis tID pad. sleet sues .0(. they will pair;

ham .SV gl3thw Dy. Int. )(,.. Corttrr Where she ntwayv 11._* ta* lat at Tfty have ao datrefo be- mean South Jacksonville Davis aDd

f jl Icadi la ss *Grvber sad Xbu Ethel ..proaeer.Drava I II .flees three ont o< a* fanrteea.Thelma : Laodon avenae pavine project

i the 1 ,Cams. of UW faesatf. B*ofdet ""'- I Xsantngs. pnMKt- of B.-r, SUntrm.Begfaafaff completed.

'c"d tBd ota bars _If8ft"( attack: ewrt. e Stuart Breakwater at Sun .
of fa1flMu.u.. Beeaaaee of t&r* tlt.. Ilia trying t#' make floe- .hotss 'I -'fEW r.\."4ME.ER: tIC tDCLF 4 wise Ins rapidly Bearing cociplt'tfon.

seal serAtaOty turf .
sowgist lit: many years _fWO star aanerd. Sitaday.. Dote 39t, -
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i JrltpIar Tlbew to I&rtkvr*****.a* w111.peedTbelma Seaboard RaKway mheduleo tar v ,".n .., r.
dpl.wttt f. .
''Ue 4sareevs st Kfagafq poke.Clit '.IUIDIIM"I lfce>s. I IrJ t Stark were'VarebDnw.e1No. posted J a* fototw k a e 3y ,' COFFINS & CASKETS

Drrt.rik.fees. .lAIr va.tefot was : b 1
1' fiei r tt e Juo.t.4 after tier! weeka. Ono of the eUiM 1s I aaakfttf Eat.u..1 l 1-(Ixwal) I9'Tp. to mad Fall LUa sfL'ndertakes' .'

5pt .*"<* four <**y '- There 'e n. a tinklU %K. 11-) 11:41 a. ta. M.
of WMeAMWfonr" another 9h* tair l" sod rl ,*I.!.. i, N.. X-UnkCted: ) 4:11 a. m.X Supplies e
1a tr..U ,
'', :.pidosttemkd-tens. esam... dss' -- tlBNT : *. 1#7-,Limited>) II:3 p, n*. ACTOMOBILK HEARSEBXCISTXBBD
4a' Tbat'. why > matt this rhyme.Dora Jtu. ItJ-Ua1terlJ 11 :** p. a*. a 1a

7L tygnd sp. rtttkseekest Xasalnt.Ile I teetbbeew..1No. ..- ---w -- ,Y,,.... .... -.. ..... era bass ..... b.e sakes
e- ...._ afoo
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r. -- us a' n aM.a
PO.lnY'I. }, Knouts J;;;;;;: If*' d .*: slat Xo, 13- L8cah %:$It p!. ns. +, ? BWaXatBBDEW1TT

q L wf bf I'ftaC', lie, 4-.Un tted: ) ttJ p. m.Xo '

a 1. ..* thus Year> Ea.11'II1'tI eta*. ef J ftr sayal thepar* baaet mar M >, i**-
r :'w'lel'll' Xn. Geergr Wfctt I. tnJata -I sold, 5f K pat(UmMed) arrtrtegkere

arq ralor.. ctoaatt ch year .t I Bat the air ....1 coat wxfttac: at $:II .. 1t-.. atopa anly for

t ply, 1'
4 gywutaGa insists .... then to ..'. real take. sad C'll1I4fJ' ,gets frees to* East Co* t.No rArro..ce w
Aet.k. taspteta W9ln paptlsi 1 Bat d9.' bw sarprUied K L.lasgba.et *. T. 8. !. 19 Oraag Bto-

'o "werw tUttd spot V. wt'.da lusts: \ .eddy' Mot Ifaiited train> do sot stopla :
(n1E : sws peetry
; ;seal j \ 'bavstofovr' w a .; Waaatnr BraavfcXe II IIf r ten arc Dcactac a Moatfar pe- IBM

3+ be owgbt ... llgbt. Tfc. foriowiagwaav IlalU-, Jones ham sofla alD1 ttJowi, f .1-- Stark: SO a. ... I IB* Ones saes ever B fara. acoonl-

r ticked .* the beat of tk* lot; r I Bat f ten you they're mm. wrntageompoaitioa No. lv:-.Arrive* Slark 4:4* p. I' tad to rrpcrca nc&o ..re tnx: f f8 a good market for

yA i / IlL wet acaecto UM tae ZaaAaewn >
( Altbowsb x.* aatbor. .'. sin 1Mm!I Tb tma 8llet, always ia..talJ B>_ s.. IJaes Mubebnnav gateway lo Vae 3 what you Irish to sell

will pa**. i and gar j Yortkas.6-aIe s. a.... $:5I UII sad .a. beset Cluma. ia sae a* ... _

t ., .j I'. fI'71ac 10 ten you of oar Ea ga Tat sets w.. wftoM. RSW her' were a, ... I:'. p. sa... 511 II. .. I;S4pus. t me- ra-.uJ atgnwayy d tam Yeast IS Ttr.1Tr.cetera 1& err- .. .. USE

; r t ., Ifafe tiaa.i [ sb. awa,. f a._ a errprtw mtta c--wtao-
1 I abut CBMM Entya with' laa.lJac I rjnrotby $spl. SotIc.IIoea4--2T a. n... 12:07 tees pteaaorea stareeaarav g..tmq 1ZIet -tIlL The atgbt a .peas 'bey boa oat on. Cntnat: fwma.: seen The Classified Columns

i ;1 '. w.1ff .-. eyes. l p. ..... t:.7 a. n... C;J7 p.. .... IfS.p. t *. may ara&oab" ih a"e c IIICO .. Betel that h.. nay eaavauaee the earl. ta what tin... byT&ey aeerLtae4ara. j in

< s slwa,. bUY aDd Eta ..rei Pawl' Kalxbt' t. next la HnII m tfe* motftra. modem: to etartixacB .f tta aaetteas ooanterp.etI
J.. sums .. taetaai.ea are TO .auOea away ..
A aeeond aorprta
'1ff me always rots bto. leisows ---e y sods aafety nwa ; near ; Coaatmctloa otaw seers the -oaas ttaa. my *T ....... Before they Sad"real the I,
wttb teeth Mkaao Bst .. taacha and laagb the period Pants Corda eat a }sat fkrao*_n th* Dalai ataterr
th* Ctrl taros .
rp t Dora. A. C. Lv catlon her will startImmediately .. we.4wain. enacts n..y. tossed. Mukdea bieaduare* o* Xaa ..* was -
fat 'k t ,.... tbroacnAad toe snip. ,> GaS earned them I ttos pates ID m- tarp to ekes tar.srytatsrq i Bear Oa. aavoty. M mad era aa Ca. TIMES
u...LL M- e7n nil 6.we. farts; ff foe watch kin yoall lavgb .vro.r \U y..u.._ Beaj. Miay aUgB asa boa the Item of g.gQe ym sun .ta a ...... spy d a* **euar t .

,(t Cf.an Costar ,..,..... tt'. new UMk.Evelya Lake CU-Froet ef ColaiaW t ae-w IIJHOJMM soar' to Datrca. aaviay '"to e. Amesfcsn sera en wbtdl char. Kaaclns etvtBaasion.: a arty ar otri sy "Florida's Great
( 'l jBtrfckliaadl .to. a wU staC6t I3eafc-Co./. ster fa Be eb bwOdlag' _9d. .ua enatratas. I'IzIba i a Teat muO. CnaUaa; a -
: oj <* ism. wtrleb. _h* al t ten -eras Ctcy: cf :SSQJMO: peoo me ptca
1/1/ 11ple8It,
rate dens and. e.aasabs -.. ......-. ..... Home Daily"Tampa
J e... .... 44I1.. Improved.Oad pie wm: seas, -. -pa>e. ere... sad --. s de -
) ).! ways '.
.naaadLmag aDd s6
'has tauvun -.re. .lalesa
Butaee bonding; 5.r.tiara trrpstres
,. I IM of 1M.*. and ksows BOW Clef oral eonrane
: ,4. / t caaipalga started ker*. that would tb as it 10. sty" saa, awe s embed -- stag bad tlay .
"i i ;Tr ut JR Ua"I'ok' couplet we cos- 'ta 11M ft. It' D i --- -- -
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: 'I.- RIVER 1. When the study Is completed,

New. of Florida in Short Paragraph '1 I Miss Kaaio Snpp Cor the results] will be tabulated and

: 1& ,p bUsl1ed. Faculty members of the
I .......++-:.......N.....i
college of commerce and journal.
I Mr. O. F. Tomllnson and yon j ism feel that Mr. Moore's study

: Roy and !Mt. T. Edwards, made a' will be of material Interest and
Live State NewsTOLD value to the publishers of Florida
I business trip to Starke Saturday.Mr. .
as well as to the students ot Jour-
A. A. Cowart of Tampa was nalism throughout the United-

visiting friends and relatives here States.
BY OUR EXCHANGES Sunday. Mayor McKay will open negota-

Miss Margaret Hazen, who has tlons with the Tampa Electric Co..

_____ _.. _. _._.,,_._ been spending some time with her for a white way system to extend
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grand-parents returned to her the length of Twlggs street fromTampa
,to Petersburg E. D. Vaughn, I A timely warning of two negroes, home !Monday.Mr. \ street to the union station,

let of police here for the pasU who saw the house ablaze, probably U W. Hlggs was visiting in under action taken by the board ot
r years, resigned his post to saved the lives of the family. Starke Saturday. representatives says the Tampa.
a Miss Louie Kelley Mr. and Mrs.' Times

cept another. .position.. West Palm Beach '.- An expen J. L. Johus,>have been on the sick .
list but we are glad they are 1mprovln&
The Southern Sugar Company
Clearwater This city's per diture of about $100,000 has Just
has budgeted four and half million
..a)4ta tax levy is $47.27, county bee* made to Conners highway --
.j mcials estimated.\ The imposition, and the road is now open all the I TO HTl'DY WKKKLY 1.\I'} n$ dollars for expenditure In th..
Canal Point district in 1929, W. ;
to Okeechobee City. The repaIrs
,they) said Is lower than' ten other way A y '
J. Conners of Palm Beach and
Cities; with populations around 60,,- which included a steel fl r. University of 'Iorlda-Speclal( ) ',
Buffalo N. Y. vice president of
itIlJ'O. bridge over Taylor creek, were t .--Superiority of Florida's weekly a
necessary as the result of damage i 0 Q 1t a a 6eo: Arct.ie.efa, AM.. I Y newspapers over those of other the company, said in Canal Point
from .the hurricane of last Sep B recently while on his way to Inspect -
ty West William II. Malone sectionsot, the South'and the nation
I his toll highway half of
tate senator was re-elected coup tember. Is expected to be shown In 'an
which had to be practically rebuilt
at a meeting of the exhaustive study undertaken more
; to repair the damage done to it by
igiunty. commlasioit here. Clifton G. Ft. Lauderdale A 4,000-mile than a year ago by K. G. !Moore,
I the flood that followed the Sep
j 4fley was elected county engineer cruise lasting for about 6 months' ., assistant'elltor for the Florida Experiment
ff, ucceeding Joseph N. Watkins. ended here when Dr. A. C. Strong : 513. tftftp1: : Rf\I I I.. station and a graduate temberstorm.. .

of Chicago reached here aboard : M 1, I t', r, student In the Unlcerslty of Flor- Mayo-Florida Power Corpora-

Baftow ....- The accidental dls- his auxiliary ketch Temptress.* P.: 6'a ICS ida Journalism department. tlon rewires lines here.
barge 'of a shotgun during a bird Powell of Chicago who accompanied ; ,L :/l. '" Contents 'of the news and editorial -- -

'&ijnt took off two toes from the 1 Dr. Strong was also on the i 1.'l" columns
d'j ,ot of Ji P. Hall, local chemist. 1 1j vessel. The two set sail on June I'R; publisher'} in this state have been

all had alighted from a car and 'I: 16 for the Grand Bahama banks,! f analyzed by Mr. Moore at regular\ :'
For colds
';vase talking to a friend when the and from there proceeded north & intervals throughout 19 28. Careful grip

went off. ward. I tabulation of results has already -
apon .
and flu takeRelieves
f .::. conclusively demonstratedthat
|Winter Haven :- Thirty railids Pensacola Nearly a hundred : generalizations regarding a
of the south and their- sub- thousand feet of lumber was shipped r's t .I contemporary decline In country

have granted excursion out of the local port during ...... \V.: and small-town Journalism do not
to the annual Florida orange 1928, according to figures Compiled +r. apply to Florida. In some cases
by the pilot's association. The Mr Moore has found the
to be held here January, averageof
26, J. B. Guthrie, manager exact total was 96,620,000' feet oran ; excellence for Florida weekliesto
" S the festival announced. Increase over 1927 of about ;, J rq be from 100 to 400 percent a of STRAna ;
12,000,000 feet and about 26.000- LIVI"a 1200M.. pwiArj' f.OO higher than the averages established -
.s :, .Fjlf$ ;: .
000 more than in 1926. Fourteen J" for other sections where MARK Rao.
Fort Pierce After six years
world received the I''j,. ,
and six months In office J. R. Mer- nations of the I similar studies have been made.

:l'tt has retired as sheriff of St. lumber. For purposes of study Mr.

!;(cle county to join the federal I Moore divided the contents of the

'\ 'ohlbltlon forces as the only "free HOMES WANTED n' papers as follows: Public Affairs, I

'ace agent" of that agency In :.f(. Politics, Economics (Including agriculture the congestion,
orida it was announced. FOR CHILDRENAdoption t'1R. T FLCORPLAA.) () ;, ), Education Personal prevents complications,

..ucrr ir t ir PI hI""', Sensational Sports, Opinion. Re- I and hastens recovery.
West Palm Bea. h,- Ten years I t ,b. Is t. .. \llloll..1>taKulne material and_Mis/- .

the state penitentiary was given of children In'Floridaas .5'/2-'* K-VV t .. ..
circuit court here to Grover everywhere, in our nation, has I. \w r' -.t "".' '.: '. -- -- -- -- '

enry who was convicted of the become a very popular thing, in 1I 1-- 'y':
iling of Joseph' Hill. Henry was fact practically every child plac lnCXG.I.ow BKACTIFtrij most attractive doorway flanked conveniently arranged, a thing '!. 1 .

led on a murder charge, but the ing agency in America has a long with graceful benches on either which always means so much to I "rt

ry compromised with a man- waiting list of families, pleading (By R. C. Hunter &: Bro., Archts., side: passing through a vestibuleyou every housewife.The : .
aughter verdict. and waiting ,impatiently for lovely; New York.) find the living room and dining HOW"
I little babies and all children up There \V,/ an ever increasing demand room arranged end to end givIng latticed living porch pro- ...

Plant City The end.of the I to five years of age, and as Christmas for better designed bunga- a feeling of spaciousness.The vides a delightful retreat In warm : ,..,, j ..
eek of January 7 found straw- j t time draws near each year, lows. This type of home has be- two bed rooms are connected weather. --
,. shipments from this section the waiting list becomes longer come very popular with a great from the living room by a The roof Is covered with shing!

aching rry the 100,000 quart mark. 'and longer. many people who prefer all roomson hall.The les In variegated shades.of browns I.
k three days, 16,830 quarts 'went I In Florida most of the child one floor. location and arrangementof and black. Side walls are siding :

brward and 3,360 in a single day. | placing/ work Is beings done by; Here is a good ,example of a the bath: room Is good. painted cream color. I.
he berries have been bringing the Children's Home Society of well designed and practically planned There Is a dining alcove locatedIn Complete working/ plans and
( head bungalow. the kitchen. A rear entry pro- specifications of this house may be
which state
ound 48 cents a box. Florida, I.i
I quarters at Jacksonville, and op The plan shows all that. one viding space for the ice box and a obtained for a nominal sum from

Winter Haven An Invitation erates receiving homes, or clearinghouses could wish for in a modest home. stair leading to >the cellar. (the building editor. Refer .to i TI'REBargain I
the house There bf large closets I house "A.1.17.
"members of the National AssoIatton for homeless children; at One'enters through a are plenty :

( of Commission merchants Pensacola. Miami, and Lakeland, NNNN annual convention of e
.... .N.. teaching In the primary department The
wrho will attend a three-day meeting the Lakeland home having been ( here spent the week-end with Southern Owners and Buildings
in Atlanta, shortly, to attend opened a little over a year ago., HAMPTON
her parents at Theressa.
association will be ]held at Surusota -
he annual Florida Orange Festival | During the 26 years of Its state MlM Ada Mlnimo, Cor. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley of

,here, January 22-26 was sent out wide and non-sectarian work and for .................... .1. Colley of Starke, were visiting for three days beginning Jan.
"by. sponsors of the festival. (the orphan, homeless, helpless here last!! Sunday. 14 and a program of entertain-
children of Florida, the G. M. Greenway and family who
Mrs. P. B. Hunt was shopping la ment has been worked out for the
will be all' Children's Home Society of Florida[ have been operating the Blue
Avon Park-This city' (Starke this week. visitors. The business sessions of
essed up In beautiful natural col-I has provided good homes and care Goose Cafe and the Hampton Barber Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes have the convention will be held at the \

rs for three days in March whene Jot many and.varied kinds, for Shop, for several months left returned to their home here aftera roof garden of the Sarasota Ter-
first 'annual flower show and over seventeen thousand children, last Monday for Jacksonville visit with their daughter, Mrs.R. race hotel. Among other events i i ( I d d1 dI di
held. The show from every portion of the state, where business will be reestablished. -
festival is
hug M. Faver of Lake Geneva. planned for the visitors are a golf
scheduled for March 14 to 16,, from tiny babies on up to boys and Misses Mary, Edna and Marguerite tournament bridge tournament I
nd Is to be sponsored by the girls sixteen years of age. P, E. Griffin is spending this Pearce of Starke, spent the visit to the circus winter quarters }

von Park Festival association, I I The Florida Society has a daily week in Jacksonville. week-end with their aunt, Mrs. P. beach picnic, sight seeing trip and
[family of over 850 youngsters Under Mrs. N. Wynn was called to the B. Hunt. visit to the Rlngllng: art museum
Tampa Another rarity in the its care and supervision, and bdld, e o Ih er mot h er. airs.u J. A A .

'.animal life of Florida was capturfd -[cared for over 2,700 little childrenIn J, McKinney, of Sampson City
by Floyd Brown of Wlmauma, need during the past year. This who Is very ill.

when a white squirrel, one of large number indicates the tremendous Ellery Gunter of Waldo, was a I

ably a few in the world, was made need that there is in Florida business visitor here last Monday.Mrs. t ,

.,pet In his home. The capture for' such an agency to bring childless the A. A. McDonald had as her i I II
me a few days after an an- |homeless child and the guest last Saturday, her bousln, II I +

uncement that the only colony home together. Mrs. I. W. Wesley of Waldo.F. I
white squirrels known to exist As In other states, the Florida C. Gould and family who are

teas in South Carolina .I Home Society has a waiting list of located on the corner of Main and All that is

r 1 families wanting young babies and Church streets, l left this week for

WInter Haven Members ofe children; under' five years of age, Sharps, where they will visit theircpn
Polk County Association of 'and before Christmas last year we A. L. Gould. '

, chltects returned to the citySpmmiseion ,had scores of families who were Mrs. Clarence Roberts, Jr., of in
newest Style /
,.; the sum of $36. 16, pleading for little children before Lake fuller was visiting friends /j'1.t
[which, the* organization explained, ''Christmas. The greatest need, and relatives here this week .

fas left: over from a $250 approp- however, Is for families who are Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett os{
Watlon made for entertaining deletes j willing to provide good homes and Hawthorne, were the guests of Mr. and Performance

to the recent state conven- 16vlng care for boys and girls under and Mrs. K.. B. Watterson last

bn of architects. I I the care of the. Home Society i Sunday. :, l
right now, who are earnestly Mrs. C. L., May and sisters

''P'ensacola Italian ports, In- pleading and praying every night' Misses May and Marlon Jones, and ....plus the reliability -; .

tiding Oneglla. Savonla, Geona, for Just the right! family to provide I Mrs. Wilma Alexander, were H PI

ivltavechla and Nagles, will re- a home for them. shopping In Starke last Saturday, .I 1 i iI
ive shipment of 1,755,000 feet'I! It has been the policy of the' Rev', Norris of Lacrosse filled )

f lumber and 650 barrels of gum Florida Home Society, for years, his regular appointment at the that makes I .. .

sin from Florida when the Ital- not to separate brothers or sisters, First Baptist church here last Sun- : When you buy a tire you want the moat for your

,n steamer Florida reaches there whenever a home for them can be day.A. : money. We don't blame you for shopping'around- ,
cleared from found where they can be raised together general supper under the aus- and down ] -
) the vessel has Just Buick here-there-everywhere-up
.re with the consignment. and as for separating twins pices of the W. M. U., of the First Supreme.COUPES I through side streets-trying to find the"big bargain."
.. I I the Society will not consider It. Baptist church of Hampton will
+ Chipley.... "Shorty" Nice 15, There are two fine pairs of be served at the city hall next Fri But you don't need to patronize the "Special Discount -

[being.held for the grand Jury In twins under the care of the Home day evening beginning at 6 p. m, ," "Big Fire Sale," "Something for Nothing"joint

arch in connection with the killg Society at its receiving home in Everybody invited. $1195 to $1875 i \ with the Red and Yellow sign Ii
of Richard Jor- Jacksonville now, one a pair of Rer. Dixon will (JIll his regular establishment .
> Christmas eve i Come here to a clean, modern, reputable
6n Hodges, of Caryvllle, who was I One girls" ten years ol age, the appointment at the Christian SEDANS $1220 to $2145 I I and we'll sell you A Genuine Goodyear Pathfinder
alterca- other pair being little' girls Just I church next Sunday morning and I
lot to death during an at a"price can't beat. And don't forget f
a hearing tour year*old. Who will give one evening. Rer. Dixon has served SPORT CARS. $1225 to $1550 I you
Nice was given
n. we're here to back it with real service-every day
'' up
of homeless ,
pairs and has been
fore the county Judge and was |or both of these very faithfully unanImously t
dered held for the grand Jury. girls a home of love and careT elected for this year. \. There prices.o. b. Buick Factory. Convenient i in the year. /'j, -,11'
' : .' j I The. Home Society simply requires B. J. Prevatt was transacting terms can bg arranged on the :"Ifi 'A ..
families who apply for business In Starke this 'week. '
The- 1929 state chamnshlp I I
Tampa liberal C. M. A. C. Time Payment Plan.
"K for women golfers will be homeless children shall be peopleof L. A. Johns, section foreman 'on RITCH'S SERVICE STATION j
cided here during the week of good character, and have a suf'nclent 1 the 8. A. L. Railroad and his crew ,

arch 11 when lover of tee and I': Income to provld.Ua, fairly were thrown from the motor car Starke Florida /*

een among the fair sex gather I'comfortable home and reasonable last Monday morning when the The New ,
1 1I
tournament. The '' ducation. .In turn the society car was derailed. The cause of the I I
their annual -
from March I I gives full Information concerning : accident Is unknown. Some of the -
t4urney will be : HERE ARE A FEW PRICES. MAKE /
children, and!
and of the foremostomen .the history of the men suffered slight Injuries but
k2 to 16 some
golfers of the state will I places the children on approval : nothing serious. Dr. E. L. Biggs BUICK YOUR OWN COMPARISONS: ,*-
for a full year, before .It requires : of Starke was summoned Immediately

mpete. I I any permanent arrangement or legal -, and all necessary' attentionwaa
given. 29x4.40 Balloon $ 7.65 30x3 Clincher
A mother and adoption.If
St. Petersburg -
escaped' you are willing to take a nice Miss Thelma Sullivan, who Is Oversize Cord $ 7,05
.van children narrowly 31x5.9? Balloon 12.65
urning to death when, becoming little boy or girl, or a pair trio Register Motor Co. 32xi gg. Cord 1.20''
and he will
homeless Jacksonville
of young- gladly
In their home which was or quartette 23.40
apped 33x6.00 Balloon 15.25 33x5 SS. Cord
line to the state give full Information. You can
drop a
the |ersr Just
Jumped from >
flames, they '
The homeas superintendent- Marcus C. "Dad. never perform ft more worthy service Starke Florida ,
of of the front porch. r
428 St. James Building In all .the world. -- -- -- -
that of A. Jones, fish .dealer. 4, Fagg. :

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fit .. ::===--=-==-:-:... = .-::'- -:-::-:-:- -- ----:- =.: .=-====='--- Wr'Got Fun Off Her Furl
I ---I II r I Ain't looking farmer drove I I .Yt.
Legs to the right of us, A worried
ENTERTAINER I II tied his team, and heador .
I YOUNGEST :' Legs to the left of us, Into town,

r vrau 't ws i" $ iijetylJ( I I Legs to the front of us, something.-Rutgers Chantlc-
I !. I preamble he began:
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------- --- f- -- | How they dl ?: !ay them. out I
I "Doc, the first time you're
On they go trippingly
\ i I t1 ] Dainty and skippingly. our wife way "I wish you'd stop and seamy :t. /

Frost that bites nippingly 1
,s, $ Does dismay them. "Is she sick?" asked the man ol
C not
" 11' TEI.KI1UATE.S: HEVEXTII Mrs. H. C Retch a hand-painted
and potions.
JIIRTIIPAY : scarf Mrs R. F. Demorext. a basket ., pills "

\\,1 I and Mrs, Ceo. Roberts,, a bonbon Straight legs and bandy ones. Not exactly.the trouble then?"
Bum legs and daudy ones, "What's
, t;"I'll'' ,"\>'11an Little Juanita Barefoot was bos .dish. this morning she got up
)r, .'it.I'PH.n, 01' tees to a number of her little Following the games a delirious Awkward Flirt with and the handy breezes ones at the regular time about j\ o'clock,, I,,!
; ,
afternoon fromIILlic11' salad course was served. y
.. .'M'(-11\* ii1 ? got breakfast
milked the cows
tb invited to this delightful 4 riI Round legs and flatter ones. I
t to 111 tour until flve-thlrty o'clock at Those j, doneher housework
: rx i
'ai'. and\ b home of her parents )fro and Mrs. part were: Thin I logs and fatter ones the bands,and along about 10''
? the occasion being M < R. F. Demorest'! L, A Especially the latter ones churned
vnninry, or cclato ; i ,P. M. Barefoot *latofs she said she felt a little !
for tail! ]ser seventh birthday anniversary. Davls;> J. ,C. Robinson R. J. Davis, I r Showing their kneeses. o'clock she needs a tonic.or .

BRrl! Louise Marcotte entertained the J. !101. Mitchell, J. W. Andrews. Jr d tired. I expect Chantc-I'
Nqble. n F M'A 80metblng.-Rutgers
the Exwrh1\\ '., 'young folks on the lawn where J. Hoover J. Plckerill, N. Stern Knock-kneed and bony ones. v
talk overV" ; games were enjoyed during the berg. A. W. Anderson. O. M. In- P't Real legs and phony ones leer. I ) 1

Dr. Noble afternoon The little hostess' man O A. Futch, G. M. Slstrunk, Slk! covered tony ones, Kalr KMlmngc:<< > > Itoljlxry I

no onotarmera date, ; mother asissted by Miss Inet Abernathy Joe Jfoover, H. C. Wall, Wyman, Second to none. Young Oswald was always born- I 1 1Crck
for and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly J. A. Saul, C. A. Knight, M Edwards Straight and distorted ones. Ing In where he was not wanted ?
general far j served the guests with ice cream S. L. Peek, W. B. Parks, Mates and Ill-sorted ones, and he had a highly exalted opinIon -.-.... ;,

January 1 I I and cake. Lollypops were given J. L. Frazee J. E. Corpenlng A, 'i Home* and Imported ones, of himself. It.ryt'rw,OTC Fr..s.. I
1 c..
For citrus 'i; -ag favors. S. Crews, H. C. RItch. E. L. Bfgga, Ain't we got fun! There were two partners 'In the

harvest la j j The birthday cake on which K. F. Stump, O. L. Beasley. T J, TP Exchange.. firm, and one of them happening Jacksonville Model
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blue candles was Alderman E. M. Johns E. M. Davis / ---
stood seven
man approached -
best. For Miami Construction startedon to pass on the young machine installed in coup: ian'her :
woulii placed in the center of the dining W. Wainwright, N. D. 1| surviving partner Ie
date 150.000 Civic Theater building the hall.Palmetto .
at city of
crop Is har'; table. Many gifts were received Wainwrlght.Geo. Flynn. E. Burns, boulevard. whom he was not exactly what you
his ta by Juanita from her guests, who D. A. Montleth. G. K. Lewis. W J, on Biscayne Bayshon (, ?
in Western Union Telegraph call a favorite."I
H. H. Young, L. F I Tampa this county from here >,<.
Epperson of
that'a foris ", ;were: will erect $225- am BO sorry, sir. to hear .0'1;
list of 1"81
Resources | [' ''Edwards, Margaret Lowry, RiversHundley Geo. Roberts, J. T. Moore and W I Arcadia Construction of big ask it you would like me to take Milton Highway No inc,

Items as ,. -' r Clara Flume, Marian : E. Torode of Lawtey; Gordon I addition to Baptist church I his place" north of here to Alabama r' "stet
feeds and } ;, and Helen Dowllng, Harold and !Stfhwalbe, A. P. Black, Fletcher progressing "Yes. I should very much," was state line now under const ,,110
Harriet Bishop, Betty Lee and Burnett. J. C. Adklns. find D. C /f rapidly. I .
chlnery, 0 t. I 5 Fort Lauderdale New six-Inch the reply, "If you can get the undertaker Pensacola Louisville & \;asp
gages, and :, Doris Kruse, Vernon Silcox, Julian Jones of Gainesville; Misses Myr "water main being placed from city : to arrange It." vllle railroad will expend Rllllrlll.)

bank. LIJ'' Griffis, McKay Johnson. Rebecca Lice Jackson, Myrwln Jackson, ..... nitration plant to West Side Golf mately $200,000 on Tarragn, ,III:, 'er.

all debts, t Rooks, Freddie Wimberly and Margaret Long. Mabel Weller I Tarpon Springs -- Pavement of mlnal here .
a Louise Marcotte. Ethel Griffin, Sarah Malpas, Madge I property. 'boulevard between Tarpon _
South Jacksonville Building prlngs "
Mlddleton. Florence Matthews Elmer I.azone Allen thre yearn old, America' youngest entertainer street will be
Issued here during first avenue and Orange t
," HILVKR: TKA: TCKHWAY; Kate Struth Minnie Gruber, who will apM-ar In a singing and dancing net with the WIN permits immediately. '
J -- Blanche Alderman, Claudia Gil-I ilume. Stark CompHny. Ktarkr, Jan. :21-84) eleven months of 1928 total more widened Florida fruit FLORIDATheatre

4 e d The silver tea to be given by christ and Mildred Glover of than 750000. Penllacola''Vest ,
Auxiliary St. Mark's Rome Ga. Ing the present fiscal year, will printed envelopes in competitionwith Mount Dora New Mt. Dora rowers; plan organization.
the Ladles '
22n.1, continue in the business of com local printers." Theater opened to public recently. Lakeland New Polk Theater )
cnurcn, on Tuesday jan.promises ----
:11114.11'1 WILL KNTKKTAI.V peting with local printers in the ecently completed here.
the most
: to be one of A MOM)AV AFTKRXOOX; furnishing of printed envelopes, nr.IIXFS'un: ML- forcing of lily blooms with con Daytona Beach Construction GAINESVILLE
of the
. I interesting events season.hav, having recently awarded a contract NCH: BY KLKCTKlriTVEaster : stant light is the application of of new Federal building will be !
u large number At her home on West Madison involving more than $15,000,000in electric lights, for light and heatIn started here in very near future J
4 been Issued and the music com street. Mrs. L. A, Davis will entertain this connection. I lilies are: fast becoming propagating other flowers and in Ocala Dairy and poultry business Programs Week Corn mencing -

mlttee has arranged a very attractive -I the l ladies of the Methodist "This means that one concern one of the money crops la Florida the protection of. early vegetables In Marion county increasing, JAN. 21st

6 program of local and out church Monday\ afternoon at 2:45 will have a monopoly of this as well as other flowers and bulbs and the experiment at Sandford according -survey Just completd. -.----- ".

Cppyrlabt of-town artists /o'clock members of the Woman's amount of grogs business, a large I that have recently come under the will be watched with great interest MONDAYTUESDAY"Shopworn

'' ; SIRS. I,. WYMAX EXTKRTAIXS Missionary Society assisting Mrs. portion of which will be diverted notice of the Florida growers. But by the florists agriculturists New Port RIchey New streets Angel"A

Davis In looking after the pleasure from the country publishers who In order to grow Easter Illy blooms In every part of the' state. ompleted here.___ _' I ,

i r entertained of the guests. are practically the only class of'' for the market with the idea of Paramount Pic tun
jj jjtill )frs. L. Wyman
There members of the Afternoon Bridge Three visitors from Jacksonville business men with whom the gov- making money the Easter lilies I With Talking( Se"luenrrrStarring
short argu'suit ''j' Saturday afternoon at her home on will be present, namely: Mrs. ernment competes In this 'manner. must be in bloom for Easter and !

SUit of lo : j' Klngsley lake. Prosser, zone leader: Mrs. Grons ; "The Injustice of this practiceIs when they do not bloom in time'! SHOES AT CARY ('OOI"n.S'Y: <<< .115.:

I Vases of narcissus were effectively district secretary; and Mrs. Stan- all the more marked because the .they are not in large demand in BUY nor
tt ,
Ca1 i I ', usl.ln the living room ton, superintendent of Junior work printing Is done for an additional the northern florist's shops. Recognizing PlusMOVIKTOXK

Oialfjf, : the after for the district. charge of only a few cents a thous- this fact, F. W. Benderof I : !NII\\S;:
where the guests spent :
With g.thithe : noon. At the close of six progressions A silver offering will be taken I sand over the cost of the plain envelopes the Easter Lily Bulb Association HALF PRICE It Speaks for Itself

bide of bridge, tbe lucky winners for the benefit of the focal work. -a charge so small that I at Sanford decided to try a PLUS

bid? Tlw o :.-of high and second were found to All ladles who attend the Methodist It covers only a fraction of the few experiments with electric Rail, huh Hah fomiilj

undsairnhcnrt ) '::,'lie Mrs. O. L Haynes and Miss church are cordialy Invited to cost. The envelopes alone are I II lights in forcing the blooms and I Mutlnc and XIBht-I5-5O; ;

> Weller. be present.I'RKSHYTintlAX. I priced higher than nt'cellsaryln or- have them on time for the Easter

:The ; ;Mabel The hostess served a salad course der to cover a portion of the loss I markets. Ills farm near SanfordIs I We don't have every size, but, we can fit you WED., TIIURS., }'m.

of one the c \' t with hot tea to those present, who : I[on the printing/ but the,customer now equipped with electric I Return engagement by popular
r } Mesdames O. L thinks he is getting a bargain because lights that will give the Easter lilies in some of these styles at a great saving. demand.
Lid on as
were 10 Sunday school J. M, I
the few
course, i f Haynes, J. C. Robinson, E. Burns, Truby, supt. of this juggling of price more light 'even on AL JOLSON
original I! It .F. Demorest, N. Sternberg, J. C. quotations. cloudly days that Florida might IN
11 Morning, worship, sermon -
a. m.
ihe made last
I Mlsa Ma- "Having been victims of this produce. Experiments
oneclul'i: Hoover Weller.J. Alderman by the pastor. unfair competition for half a cen- ear convinced Mis Bender that the Patent Satin and Kid Pumps $O Q C "SINGING FOOL"Your
longer II : leader. "See- ,----
Mrs Subject,
partner\ RIDGE CI.lll MKKTHCol. Lowry editors are practically a unit .than heat and that growers have J
I Ibe
unity tie I! .l' 'ng 7:30 Good In Others.Evening!" worship, /In opposition to government operation wanted to market the blooms rather Brown Suede Ties. A new CMChild's 95 'See ai nd Hear

'on the and Mrs. E. M. Johns wereclearly p. m. of business enterprise. A fair- than the bulbs and the present .
t'al-$10.00 Regular _____ i
of song/ and sermon. will demonstrate Just .
hosts at a delightful meeting I minded! business man should assist experiment "
of fairtjnuit their bridge club Thursday eve- The following persons will represent the National Editorial Association what to do In the future. The I of artist' '
the greatest
l (inIvavc : this church In the taking of i I Pat Strap 8 to 11
this Company $ 98
Walnut & Light
home eliminate Power
sjting at their on in Its efforts to Florida the on
: I age
bt the religions census next Sunday ] I -
socialistic and un-American prac lending their aid by sending Regular price $2.00 I
.f street. ire ----------
01tq} afternoon C. N. Christy Mr. Tap-
., to
engineers '
were of their
Several 1 games ice down one
lid on 'J' I pen, Mr.\ Tom Williams Miss Es- the local of- I Felt Slippers for Girls and; < I 'UTAPKOKE1'Inr
\ conclusion of the and
J eecorutthe -enjoyed, at the Kendrick and Miss Carrie "There would be as much justification make survey $ 49
act !! 'which Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demo telle for the operation of chain Ice Is co-operating in every way Women. Regular price $1.00 -_ I Paramount News, And

tit t. J1.I1\\as font were found to be holdets of Uglow. if retail stores by the-government to make the experiment a reality. K:\\unl Everett; Hurt KM

:':t -' high scores. At the tea hour Mrs A cordial< to
sows $
# ," 1\ Johns: served tuna fish salad, pick- -- __ __ __: ________._____. CALL AOAIV
: :((3es saUlnes and hot tea. ,1'M'MHAM IS riJINTKK: -7; _MnUnce. << and Night I-V.-.O:
d The guests on this occasion were m

,f In and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mifond \ Under the heading "Uncle Sam SATURDAY
Mrs, J C. Robinson ,and Mil GET YOUR.NOW '
p. Printer, the Forrest City Tlmes- Plants "THE AIR CIRCUS"
Choice Strawberry
tnd Mrs. H. C. Wall. Herald of Oregon prints an edi- .
,, A Fox Movietone\ ProductionWith
,I prt a torlal showing how the country .
o f :\VlLKKMIIAURKTTThe publishers and taxpayers of the Talking Sequences
-- With
marriage la announced of nation lose by reason the of govern- I have plenty of good Improved Missionary and Improved ]David l Rollins Hue C'urrolIxiulte
In printingof
ment competition
4 1I ,( \...'Jlr". Annie Edwards Barrett and envelope While the govern- beds state FOREMOST: IN FOOTWEAR )).......wT Arthur i.+ske

h'/', :f. )t4 John Love Wllkes, on Satur ment takes this business away Klondike, berry plants all from young, PlusParamount

?a. da71, January twelfth one thou from country publishers it I to ship 121 W. University! Ave. Gainesville I I News
Florida permit
'fi,, i:, f.J sand nine hundred and twenty promptly farms out the order to a i iprlvatel1 inspected and passed; we carry I Choi-UK Girl ComiHlvMat.
,, <', nine. Jacksonville Florida. il 1: 15-4O 15-30 site
t wned and managed corporation i at' 1000 $2.75 ....... .
1 fill order ; .
I I No 1". Mr, and 1I1rs Wilkes will be aw' thereby testifying to the into your state. We can any = I -- "
pn .I 1r borne to their friends after' Jan I' ------- --- -

w ppee ; 1l.' tiary 22, at 2013 'Forbes street. act that the privately-owned and 5000 lots or more, $2.50 per thousand. _For 50 years the
operated printing plant Is operated '

4-. dui .R f. -:liT\'IKITUIJI JJltlO(1i.(}OI' '(Jt'KSTMisses : than more the economically government and printing efficiently esabllshment. !! word Bauer, has stood for the best berry plants grown. I 1/-i .

,; ''r hand, "'1 ,,; I! and today we still produce the very best. We hope to
lead Myrtice\ and Myrwty"Jackson The' Times-Herald points out GOOD

I the +if ,: : entertained at bridge Saturday that the envelope stock Is "priced I'' have your orders. I :

afternoon In honor of their higher than necessary In order to 4 i

1i Glover of Rome, Ga. rlnttng> but tbe customer thinks :
; ; I
t IV'; Yellow and white narcissi Intermingled : he la getting a bargain because of" j I X A. BAUER :i PRINTING

j with fern formed the his juggling of price quotation. r
t I uimple but effective decorations in The Forrest City paper's edt i
living room where three tables tonal In full follows: t"Uncle I JUDSONIA, ARK., BOX 10 II IIX1D.t1t -

,' J 1r'f .l'4be placed for the guests. Sam's post office depart-
r, pia were i I Inspires Confidence
;' $)p..' .. ". For top score Mrs. E. L. niggs! ment, which It is estimated will 1CIXX.

received a boudoir pillow and Mrs. have a deficit of $100.000.00" dur- -------

\i Maurice.,,': Edwards was consoled I' L''SLcZ5uZ: uZ s 5 szs 25 5 s s s sJ (
f'Wltb a set of' lingerie bows. As I r 11 When you send out a poorly printed circular, you

1"/ 'A memento of the delightful after- : Franklin Knew the Wisdom of Saying, make a very bad Impression upod its recipient.
jioon the honor guest, Miss\ Glover,
I's' ',N If'r f I :,:was presented with a traveling set Ii i I : When you send out a well-printed circular, you
? ;;j r Fruit salad, sandwiches, saltines "SATAN GET TIIEE BEIIIND I Inspire confidence and respect
a i ; and hot tea was served the follow- ,

t f Jng guests: Mesdames E. L. Biggs, 1 The quality of your printed matter reflects the

stn, ',A. Z. Adkins, J.V. Andrews Jr., f F?'r dignity and distinction of your business enterprise.

:eb t ',,Maurice Edwards S. L., Peek, \ I- He never listened t.the voice of tempta-,

'.III, \i'': Misses Madge Mtddleton Harriet I We do expert printing", at the lowest prices pos-

1 :ian" .! \ Hitch, Claudia 0I1 hrI8t. Sarah tion. "Send less than you make if ;you sible; you have nothing to worry about when you

r fjo1' Malpas, Minnie Gruber and Luclle "" place a printing order with us-the work will be
rr'' ,D J -Mitchell.VAKTY. would succeed, was his motto. philosophy I
a. ; ... turned out promptly correctly, and will be of the

.: a5'I I AT CM'II HOfHKOne : ,' t may be summed up in the word -l soft that inspires confidence, creates Interest and

r' I Impresses with Its
good taste and neatness.
of the prettiest affairs of THRIFT The best text book in the study '

":, the, mid-winter season was a bridge Cave! us a trial 'the next tlme'you need to have
'' 'given by Mesdame's A. Z, Ad- is the bank book. Get one
..& 1 l -party A of some printing done and we'll prove this .advertise
.Iclna. O. L. Hayues. II. V. Knight ment.

: f' ; and J. L. Peek at the Woman's NOW-one dollar starts an account !

i' ,; Club FrIday.afternoon at 3 o'clock.

': \ The club rooms were lovely with BRADFORD
'the, arrangement of flower baskets COUNTY
,> ., And' vase filled with fragrant narclaims National Thrift Week Bradford County Bank
I and, ferns. Dainty, bright _
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hued tallies added a note of colorto Jan. 17th to 2Uh Bradford County' Financial Stronghold -V BTARKK

the bridge tables, on which [
,alted nuts were served during the STARKE, FLA. q qa4t. ,

: lam88'; rlze for high, second I I f

\|ind low sTVres, were awarded to I '"

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Mrs. L. B. Strickland from Wildwood ........................ 'ling!; quite; popular Another one for business west Florida will ad-

la spendinga while with her : THERESSA : will be given Thursday night Allare i 1 vortlse for new industries of all

parents, Mr and :Mrs. J. C. Manning I Invited to attend, a price of kinds and the West Florida Power -

Miss Rhoda Zcigler Cor. 4 150 cents admission will be charged | Company will be found ready'
Bits OILccal each couple. and willing to with
,....................... co-operate all c
I Mrs. K E/Burney spent SundayIn the municipalities in bringing In ,
R. F. Merrlt and son of Lake Mills Willie Mae Hintou visited Jacksonville with her mother, 1 new people and new industries of '

.1h.T "frl-( Butler, were visitors to Starke Miss\ Hilda Sulllvaikog afte.'noolllast who Is 111 with flu. all kinds.

( ( : ( Saturday disposing of a load of week ) Mr. and Mrs! Biirnum Johns of I -_" -S--- k

.. ,., tv syrup and home-made sausage. Mr Lestqr Zelgler spent the Wateroak, were shopping:: In Law J.1'KSON: VI 11.1 TRACTION ;

I week-end with his brother Rupert tey Tuesday. w i TO Ol'lIUATK: : MOKK: 11l': .a-4:
Concerning Our People, Business and Col. Joe Hill Williams and Zelgler, In Gainesville 1f'II.V.! J. EpperHon of Storks t 1 -

Progress of the County and. Town. Judge Hal Y. Malnes of Lake -Butler I Miss Teresa Bennett of Jasperspout ,. visited her daughter, Mrs. U. A. 1 Jacksonville's most modern rap-

were business visitors to part of last week here with Anderson .Monday.II id-transit service began operating
Starke Tuesday. her sister, Mrs. O. }Sulllvnn: and I n Bennett of Jacksonville, Monday morning when the new

44SaS744 57S7S7Sa47S7S7S44S7S7S7S7S7S. >I > .. In. Lnwte-y Tuesday 1
SS ;-;---s: friends was visiting .
-------- ------------ k motor busses of the Jacksonville
E. E. Barney of Lawtey, Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Mrs. D. C. Jones of Gainesville, Miss Thelma Sullivan spent the .| Enoch Grtrrts spent Monday and\ Traction Company made their first

SttlrkdThursday shopping Eunice Canova. spent Tuesday and Wednesdaywith week-end here with her parents,, Tuesday in Daytona trip to the Murray. Hill and Avondale t
b. her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs.' A. L. Sullivan.Mr. Miss! Emma Strickland ot Kings sections.
I: M. Darby.Mr. L. C. Zelgler jwuu visiting ley lake Is visiting: Miss Pearls I
1 Rivers of Lawtey, was a Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee and Wednesday.. Operated Sunday on trial runs
last Grim
In Starke
( and free of
i tt 4s visitor1 Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Taylor DelchE'rwere shopping and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mr. R.' A. Weeks of Starke was Mesdames L II. Hill and Jamison carrying passengers :
in Jacksonville I charge the.bl11HeS lived up to all d[
Monday. t
I business here last I he'rooms of !Mrs
attending tot are (
and daughter returned Sunday 'lts
Peek i expectations, J. P. Ingle Jackson1
J ir find Mrs, J. In I 1 from DeLand, where they visited week. Anderson and Miss Delma[ Dlnklns 1., ville Traction Company manager. J

a rl tiv411e.Mondayon business.Sawyer Orders taken for tailor-made Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Miss\ Ida flagon, Mrs.\ S. n, I who are 111 with the fill I asserted r

} suits. Fit guaranteed. M. Leviton. Swindell and son, Jimmie motored I Mrs. Godwin has a visitor, her Residents of the section served ;
T AI{ I Ijll.OO shirts 8."So 12-14-tf. Heights Monday after- Mrs. Montgomery.Mrs. i '
to Keystone sister. :
I Mr. L. F. Henmlngway and family and officials of a number of civic
ii lay. J. M. Alvarez.rsi noon on busliiPBH. E. D. Boyer of Baldwin, U
I have moved here from llladen- organizations were lavish In commendation -
Air and Mrs. E. V. Matt of Jacksonville Mr.\ Fleming of Starke was visiting visiting her laughter, Mrs. Fred :.
to boro N. C., and expect to make of the new service.
; J. E. Corpening motored Mr.. 'and Mrs W Wallace Moore
afternoon.B. were' guests of Mr. and Starke their future home. With Laura and Forayth street
a .ganvtlle Mrs. R. F. Demorest Wednesday.Mrs. Tuesday evening. as the business section terminal

r.- Perkins-of-Lawtey- was Mrs. W. H. Hoffman"' returned Miss Eula Swindell gave at her ........................ point and College/ and Harklsheltner .
her home In honor of Miss Teresa .
r< after a weeks visit with Mr. : line the residents of the section!
Mk Clifton Brown of Lawtey, Willie. Agin were in Jacksonville and MI'8.V.. L. W.all. pound party. Everyone present enJoyed Clro ThoiiuiM Sue Carol l 1l'1Cl..Alr Circus" served Including Murray Hill a
shopping Monday. this affair."' large section of Avondale and territory ,
,,1//. frI town Monday Mr. and Mrs.' R. G, Zelgler of ..............+......N., PIcture adjacent to Murray Hill
I Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville Playing Saturday at the Florida
Mrs. E. M. Johnson and daughter and her daughters, Annie, and Gainesville, were dinner guests of Members' of the Baptist, churchof \ Theatre Gainesville 'I.will have a means of rapid transitto
,((8y UP cans all sizes at Kick- bite Mr.\ and Mrs. J. J.
Glorida, were In Jacksonville Miss Ella Mae Long, of Jacksonville Sampson City are asked to be --- : and from the heart of the city
ltte "JJ.( Monday afternoon. spent Saturday with Mrs. J. Zelgler last Sunday.Mr. present Sunday a, m. at 10 o'o'kfor. \ iiYUIt1I-I l <:ij'TKIC: PLANT: I Mr. Ingle In commenting on the
and Mrs.\ I1. D, May were AS AN ADVKRTIHKIl- : I
M. Brownlee. I the purpose of business in the new and modern type transportation
H. C. Richard of Palatka
Thursday here visiting $:::.<><) overalls. lt1.75( Mat urvioy. visiting In Hampton Tuesday after- hurch. Please be present.Mr. I declared that plans of the

9 IB J. M. Alvarez.Mr. Mr. R. L. Epperson of Jack- 1 noon. Tom Thomas and daughters One travelling the Old Spanish 1 company\ made more than two\
ft and relatives. sonville, spent Wednesday In I Miss\ I 111 tin Sullivan visited Miss !Misses lions and CJulta Van Mrs. Trail from Lake City to Pensacola j:years ago called for similar service

Billy Wehle from Gaines I and Mrs. O. M. Inman spent Starke. His daughter, Betty returned -I Rhoda Zeigler Wednesday afternoon Joule Hall Mantis Hall and Link U struck with the large advertising to other outlying sections of Jack-

the _of Mr. R. P. the week-end In Lakeland attending home with him after a visit of last week. Williams all of Plllatkll I were visiting bill hoard announcing the sonville.. Ha declared however.
vl was to business.. with her grandparents, Mr. and Misses Okie and Willie Mae Hln- relatives here Sunday. I Jackson Itluff Hydro-plant that that the failure of the Jackson-
1eka Thursday.
rest I Mrs. W. J. Epperson. son visited' Miss Hilda Sullivan Mr. and Mra. J. 1.. Wynn made will be opened Home time in July ville city council to grant a new

Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Thursday Saturday afternoon.Mr. I a business trip to Worthington last to supply the Quinsy and Tallahassee franchise to the company on a fair
Laurie Ray after a visit of --- --
,.3J weeks in south Florida, I In Jacksonville as guest of Mrs. J. Mrs. O. P. Hutto, who has been \ Lester Zelgler was visiting Friday." sections and other parts of basis to both the company and the
I .
fat K. Norwood.Mr. .,in Starke and Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. West Florida and south t Georgia". city, hud delayed Installation of
ned to Starke Saturday. visiting her son and daughterinlaw ; Miss Kittle;: Hogsed of Starke .
\ and Mra. C. Sullivan were f
I Mr and Mrs.! L.. S. Hutto, will spent the week-end with her little with current. The bill boards announce the lines.
and Mrs. business visitors to Starke the fact that when the The Murray Hill line, he said
E. home
ml IK't(Oil Oil dress Inuits| HtAlvnroi Burns spent leave tomorrow for her In friend Louise Kite;: t
Hatimlny.f. several days in Cedar Key;: this Orangeburg, S. C. day. Tues-I I We had services Sunday morning plant Is In operation that section will bean example of what other,
I week visiting !Mr. and Mrs. Halle. Everyone Is Invited to by the pastor, Rev. King;: of ot I the state .will he In a position districts could have had In the wny t

;;;;t-i; L. C. Prescott are Mrs. Alice Adkins, who has been B. Y. P. U. next Saturday Hampton. : lo supply electric current' for all of transportation by this time had

I Senator A. D. Andrews of Rul- spending several months In Starke 7:00 o'clock.Mrs. kinds of industry and the public I. not the city ('ouncllllt'en fit to delay -
again after several weeks and Mrs Lannle Gaotlge of
tme and little
ford, was attending to business left Monday for Miami, where she Ruby In cordially. Invited to stop at Jackson action on a franchise
tin Gainesville with relatives. Hetty Jane, "spent part of Starke, were visiting relatives here .
matters In Starke Tuesday. % will be with her daughter, Mrs. D. Bluff and Inspect the big plant -
last week at Hampton[ visiting Sunday.Mr. (hat Is now being hunt Thin la Utistla Building at Bay and t
Dt-lda and North Carolina peapeed. friends and relatives. \ Elmer: Cason and, Miss! Orange tltl'l t'IIJ razed preliminaryto
11118s Gladys good advertising It Shows that ,
Speelman of Jacksonville
J. P. Klckllter. of Lake Duller, were
Miss Louise Hetberger of Jacksonville Gladys Crews erection of $0,000 filling stapes -
the West Florida Power Company
who has beenIn
was a week-end guest of Mr.\ Geo. Trafton,
Mrs. P. E. Canova. Maine, since April Is buck and !spent the week-end with vl.iltlng Mlsn Cloo Thomas Saturday anxious to have the public see : .

r. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop visltVelatlves will be connected with the Forestry her father, R. C. llelberger.Mr. afternoon, their new plant and( to know that Dada City: Local emergoncy
and friends in Jack- Arthur Mllllcu.ii U spending Hoberls, of Lake landing( field being prepared for
Mrs. L. E. Mosley of UaJford! 1 Division here for several I Mra. Clarence wont Florida. Is to have the bene-
|[ille Thursday. spent Tuesday with her parents, months. a few days' Middleburg: visiting Butler, was vlulChiK relatives hero Ills of hydro-electric power In the SOI'V Ice.

+ ----- Mr.\ and Mrs. J. C. Manning. 1 his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs I Monday afternoon future. Tallahassee' and Qiilncy --

F. A and L. A. Canova spent Mrs. J. H. Lord and Miss Fannie Moore. 1, Mrs. Nlt'lImVYIUI of 1 In in pi on and. other rides", In c i that section ot 0> M- -

I Just received a shipment of Lord spent Friday in Jacksonville. Mr.\ and Mrs.' Jake Cailson and was called to the bedside of her the slate can purchase their current

Giant Strlngless. Tennessee and While there they attended the son of Keystone;: Heights; spent ; mother Mra. J. A. J. McKlnney, from the hydro-elect plant Say it with Flowers

A Ford Hook Bean seed. J. F. Kick- I. meeting of the Woman's Relief the day Sunday with her parents and we ore very sorry of her 111nexs. when It ID ready for operation and

liter. Corps. Mr.I and Mrs. S. R. Swindle. We wish her a speedy re- dlsposo' of It at a profit when it Is Flowers For All
TOL ORDI Among those who- were visitors covery. ready for operation) and dispose of

I mm H I Col. E. M. Johns .was attendingto Mrs. K. M. Johns and daughter, to Starke::! Saturday were: Mr. and .--- It at 1Vl'ollt through their own Occasions

business in Tavares and Lees- Dlorlda, Mrs. N. T? Hitch and son, Mra. H. D. May, Mr. and Mrs A. St Augustine -- Building permits plants that are now operated by -

HENT-.7-room house, good burg Friday and Saturday of this N. T. Jr., and Tommle, motored G. Sullivan and daughter, Thelma, Issued here during month of Independent. efforts and (the benefits Gertrude GodbeyAnderson wsly

ndltlon, on Madison street. R. '! week. to Jacksonville Saturday-afternoon also S. R. Swindle and family. November. totaled $18,010. ot the Interconnecting!: systems sly}
Oreen. 11-2-tf.1 to see the comic opera: "Naughty Mr. James Trlent *was a visitorto Burtow Canning plant of and stand by steam auxiliary ,

I Mrs. O. L. Beasley after several Marietta." Hampton Saturday Hills Ilros., opened' recently for plants will give those cities( and -

/ING SOLICITED;Fancy and weeks visit with her parents In : 11,. _..r Mr. Willis Swindle afternOon'j;: season with about 100 employees the rural auctions, a continuous

lain ; satisfaction guaranteed. Tampa, returned to Starke Thurs- CircleNo.. One of the Baptist Heights was visiting : Mayo---Bids opened for construction twenty-four-hour service without Phone a9 Waldo Fla.

Irs. P. B. Hunt Hampton Fla. i i I day. Missionary Society will entertainhe relatives here Sunday ot 17.75 miles of (Road any breaks. When the New hydro- ... .
l-ll-tt. I p.- -
young ladles of the Y. W. A. Mr. and. Mrs. C R. Mannire and { >-A from Mayo to Urn n ford.. plant at Jackson Blurt I la ready_,1 -
] returned to their home )I .
1 baby, have ---
t RENT Furnished house .\11$2.0: work hlili-tH SjCJ.OO Safin it-dinner Friday evening at 6:30: -- -

ve rooms and bath. Apply J. 'lay ,1. M. \hlll''Z. o'clo'k. at the home of Mrs G. W.Vlderman. tt Hampton after a. few days visit I
hel'e with relatives.Mr.
Morgan. Mrs. G. M. Inman and daughter and Mrs. A, H. McGullvary I (

ICE---Furniture made and re- Vonda, and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Mrs.\ Nannie Holmes has returned mil children of Gainesville were I I
at Malting Mr. and Mrs' C. A. Young-1 I TEACH YOUR BOY
Jacksonville Moolay. from nursing engagement
aired, Upholstering done, old ton motored to a ; ,
Mood Sunday afternoon j I ,.
lunnell, and is spending a few
furniture- worked over. Cabinet _. -
End boat ;work specialties. All I I lays in Hampton with her sister -- -- !

I and Leah before goingo .....40....4.4'''
ork guaranteed at Craftsman Misses Fredrlka ilrs. Paul Greenway ] ....0.. .

hop Cherry street opposite tee Struth have returned fromVlld- Jacksonville, where she bas aosition LAWTEYMra. ,: to SAVE THIS YEAR
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where visited for .
ivood they se'I (
plant] W E. White prop. 128.5t" -, oral days.I .. -10-:. l<-. .II........... Cur ,
I .
Circle No. Two of :the: Baptist ,............$....e' ....
It SALE--6 horsepower motor,,, I Rev. J. C.: lillburn, presiding: ; elder Missionary Society met at the I
B20 v, 3 phase, 60 cycle 1750 ;, of the Jacksonville district home of Mrs. J. )f. Lord Monday Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Mist // is the one best thing you can ,
Delmu Dink Ins, teachers of the
pm. Inquire at Bradford Coun- filled the pulpit of the First Metho afternoon. Mrs.\ Raymond tht
y Telegraph.; dlst church Sunday morning. leader being 111, Dr. Raymond lead Lawtey school are III with the flu I teach /your boy during the new ,_
__ I which the Mr.\ and Mrs. n, R. Thede and
I the devotional, after
(H SALE Two twenty-acre. Miss Mildred Glover of Rome,, regular tontine of business was children, visited Fernandlna Sun lJear-to save. Saving is the r

arms Wateroak and Alllsator Ga., spent several days this week transacted. ", day.Mr.
sections west of Lawtey. as guest ,of Misses Myrtice and and Mrs. Ralp Blanchard basis upon which he can start

700.00 each, part cash with Myrwln Jackson. Circle No. 3 of Baptist Missionary of Fort Pierce, are spending a few '

rms to suit If desired. Address Society met with Mrs. S. F. days in Lawtey.Mr. I with assurance, a career of t .

A, 2110 5th Ave., Columbus Mrs. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of
Davis i Mrs. J. A Saul and Miss Minnie Hamrlck Monday afternoon. S
,Oa. 1-11-tf. Gruber have returned from a A. M. Darby the leader being un Melrose, were greeting their many I success. The entire facilitiesof .tN t

.I visit in Jacksonville with friends able to be there, Mrs.\ Hamrlck friends In Lawtey Tuesday. i

JEW .YEAR'S BARGAIN-We and relatives. led In the devotional meeting, after The weekly dames now being this bank are yours louse in '

kre offering a real buy in a which business''' matters were given at the clubhouse are becom-.
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no that has ,been turned Pl-j I .Mre. J. l Corpening and little transacted.The showing him why it pays to

by unable to the week-
a customer daughter L'Etta spent -----
lets payments. It is a bargain I end In St. Augustine as guests of religious census will be taken ItestHardware save. Bring him in and talk it (1'' ;t ip n 0

'ou cannot afford to miss. Will Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Maus. next Sunday afternoon. E. K.Perryman '
of the I I over. ,
give terms to responsible party. will have charge
For full particulars address Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter. teams from the churches. All the I !

Ludden & Bates, B, M. It., At- Annie, of Gainesville were guestsof workers are to meet In Methodist

anta. (In, _Jt- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee church at 1:30: p. m., and receive .r i .BANK OF STARKE

Saturday. cards and Instructions and then
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HI SALE-One mule wagon, 1 I I go to all the homes' In town and I' At Lowest Prices! I A ROLL OF HONOR BANK

[buggy, one-horse rake. 'bne- Mr. Walter Williams and little get the Information and turn the I

piorse cutter, sprayer some daughter left Saturday for New cards In to Mr. Perryman early the E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier

3>lows one brooder, etc. L. Tor- York, after several days visit with next week. II I This H the hardware ,
l-18-2t \ Arthur Williams. .
ella, Starke. his brother Mr. ,store of
Circle No. One of the Baptist
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quality, service ---
j R RENT-Two houses well located Regular meeting of the Y. W. A Missionary Society with Mrs. J. M. I F and --

modern improvements. will be held' at the home of Mr. Brownlee as leader, met at the at r t1 where economy you can STARKE FOLKS fly J. E. Corpening j t$
of Mrs.V.' 'J. Epperson
EHoover-Futca Co. 1-18-21 and Mrs.\ G. W. Alderrmm Friday home 11 get the beat hardware ---- -------!--!--
6 o'clock. 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. The qi
evening, Jan. 18th,
at the low-
)MEAN SEE US In-our new location devotional program taken from .0"", est prices in. i fvE'S.ZHIUDWI.M.ttOlidHASTHC f.4 AND liLSS .c.-; _. -;;.- _
We have a good line of Mrs. J. T. Moore :Mrs.' O. ]0.. Romans 12th chapter, was rendered .
town. //30B(3Y
Mrs. J. 1\1\ Brownlee, and WHY AND EVei2Y ilNlr FO7HU (
and Mrs. I by THAT'S :
furniture, also clothing, hats Brown Mrs. After All Hard ware PL G'ASEMA/ ti SKK DOOM AT
circle -
right and Chandler of Lawtey, were In members of the present. HE HAS BEEN,
{shoes. Our prices are needs supplied / NAVE CM T00SCH -
(we will try to please all. J. H. Starke Sunday afternoon. all business' was transacted, an here!' promptly. A YFROM JU5i q CORPENING'SDRUG
I In sewing -
hour was pleasantly spent
[Lord and Co. It. We specialize In : ,. LITLE BIT .
--. .. Mrs Virginia Peace Johnson and conversation. I handy householdtools s 1 STORE

JR SALE-100 Pam Barren and sister, Miss Betty Peace of --- ------ that lessen
*90 Jacksonville, were the guests o( Nothing But The Truth fr
Tancrtd Hens. $1 each or : home drudgery. ,
for the hundred. Good layers. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs Sunday.Mr. The pro ectulng rather attorney difficult wit %We have all the 1'
encountered a '
A J, Swartz Lawtey. It I essential oddsind te.
and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., ness. At length, exasperated by 1 ends that
Harley the man's evasive answers, he asked j you
Hubbard I
JR RtNT!: -- New I 6 room stucco Miss\ Blanchard and may need in your
Vacant February- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. film whether he was acquaintedwith
bungalow. house and garden -
of the
Also furnished apartment with ..M, Davis Sunday. any Jury. .
"Yea sir replied the witness;
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private bath. F. A. Scott, I i i --- -
Starke. Fla. It. Starke Grove No. 278 will hold "more than halt of them. i iI
meeting Tuesday night "Are you willing to swear that and la 'so 'thed by dealing at
---- Its regular Woodmen you know* More than half of : lust. como 'In scat look around Pain of body purse Corpening's Drug Store
:>R SALE Comfortable home at 7:30 o'clock at the store. Everything to ease
of law. this family drug your t
them demandedjlhe man
urged to attend. The Service Store"Starke.
with all conveniences In city hall. : I The other thought quickly."If I health, beauty and gift problems-at prices that
IlmiU road 28.
on ) "
R. F Demorest and son Mr. It comes to that, he replied comforting. Fla.
of land, Mr. are
frontage 1 1-4 acres a ,
that I know ;
to swear
"I willing

Jr.. spent several
1'1 bearing pecan trees For Robert Demorest than all of 'em put tOI'f'tht.erl" I I a
Box 361 days this week In south Flor more 1 i ... .... . . ... ,, _._
terms address P. 0. __ _. i. -. ..,,- - - - - - - -
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: How to Raise Poultry! t ry JiOVS OS TIIK .'.\ltU I I Eleven Great CountiesThe 1

r'', + a IFFarmers & Farming By Dr. L. D.LeCear. V.S., St. Louis Mo. On Thursday the State Boys I .

f ...e I the Ontario Veterinary. Club Agent. the county superintendent -I

,:, Qo..LeOeerl..aJt I i stock.ix;veare and ef..terinarrpne poultry.: Eminent uc. of public instruction ol I State Chamber of Commerce new industry to the Cn i i Sln'1( ,'

: (By Agricultural Editor) I and.. Note n...:"aiuhor railing.and Nationally 1_..... this county and the county a'gent is issuing Informative bulletins on Is beginning to pay dlvid/( :, th|]>!
.. -- I....-- will visit several of the schemes ir I certain sections of Florida, the with the coming Into I .,, ?,
the county for purpose of organizing v
a Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles Article IV fowls of lighter breeds and repeatIn the boys for club work foi latest Installment devoted to what thousands of acres of >,?la aL

p ,," I of Farm Experiences and Methods Found A KOIIHKH, IX THE FLOCK: I I one week. A saline purgative the present year. In organizing Is termed. "Northern Central Flor trees. Levy Is produ.. ,ar
such salts Is Invaluable this work, the counties ol :crops and iar Kl
j" as epsom and putting over embracing the >
1 q To Be Best Suited to Our Country WIM' Out Whole" Sen ida, ''Is one of the state's Ii,
; ? llouji'.Muy | a the wel n ,
'j I at such a time. By causing co-operation of the parents as Baker. fill ?I
_It'I. Profit If Allowed<< To Suwannee, Columbia, food producing point.
.Irv prompt elimination of germladenmatter as that of the boys Is of immense Mark
i'' 1 Gain Headway, this simple remedy may; value. Christ, Alachua, Putnam, Levy,, truly Is the "Kingdom 01 .. Sua

'I" keep many a good layer on the job Very little success has been attained Marlon, Citrus, Bradford and Un for It Is producing In la 'qUit 01:

,. i 'w TIME FOR PLANTING "The best way to cure roup, without Interruption. here In our county In club ion. Interesting facts are given b;> titles almost everything .aet ,| 'J;

it4 sagely remarked an old timer I In: But. after all, there's no remedy; work among the boys up to the the Chamber regarding the history sun. Citrus and Putnam ve the,

? MUSCADINE GRAPES the poultry game, 'Is never to like the one quoted at the beginning present time, for various reasons,, ol' farms and their orange Droves. 't

1, ''""ij I Ir have It." That may Bound like i avery of this article. I do not claim but according to present plans we resources and attractions ; Palatka, in Putnam, th sullen lit

.t weak attempt to be funny, but that roup and kindred diseases hope to have Bradford count: these counties. mentions, is one'of Florin:, s ihn!> ..

iY l r Gainesville, .-"Many lion it Is gospel truth. Contagious diseases cannot Invade the premises where heading the list at the end of an Columbia, for Instance, won 1 a leading manufacturing ce >err i EI,

In North and Central FlorIda D ecreaseExpected such as roup do not fall wily sanitation and other precautionary other year when real accomplishment medal for the production of bright ery county possesses Its awmi i

r- owners annual treat because nllly from the heavens on some measures are always observed. I 1 Is considered.The leaf tobacco, away back In 1776;; and turpentine camps, rlon t

; are theydo missing not an plant -an arbo In Potato Acreage [whimsical freak of fate. The way; do not hesitate to say however, boys of our county, and Whc at the Centennial Exposition In one of the largest pros leers ( "

+ : home is usually paved for them by the that the flock where such measures are our farmers of tomorrow, must Philadelphia Suwannee has been lime rock In the world ind wli 3
of musacdlne grapes )for <
lack of adequate sanitation. Improper when the the coarload Citrus holds vast stores >.r i ),
? i I declares E. L. Lord, professor do not obtain Is infinitely more be prepared to carryon shipping-live hogs by phi!
.,.. use,of horticulture In the College* Gainesville, Fla. Indication housing facilities Incorrect ,liable to suffer Infection. Furthermore older heads have ceased to be, an'dthe for several years, the farmers net phate rock. It is the gcral |i Iv

of Agriculture here. These grape: ,are that the early potato acreag feeding, failure to cull out weaklings : if the properly managed purpose of club work with the ting hundreds of thousands of dollars pression that Florida poisi saps fe

i may be planted any time from now :of Florida will be reduced 30 per the weakening effect of parasites flock does become infected, the boys Is to train them for this task for them annually. Gllchrlst minerals, but there Is Iron ore I 'fI
or by some other form of less than hogs In Levy which has not been "
until March 1. cent. this year, according to a survey : damage will be much and to meet with the competition sells live and butchered xplolii
r' Not only are these grapes very; just, completed by the Bureau neglect. Healthy robust fowls, 'among fowls not so well cared for. from other counties and states. No tremendous quantities, and thou simply because a nearby .uPpy] It,

pleasant when eaten fresh from of Agricultural economics. The report properly fed and housed in sanitary ,.The old maxim, "An ounce of prevention mention needs be made of the sands of the !finest "Texas" turkeys coke to enable producers 'o com'

tai, 1 the vine, but they lend themselvei Is based on Intentions to plan surroundings, will almost always Is worth a pound of cure' progress In agriculture that baa seen In Florida markets at Thanks pete with the existing product! '"
throw off the germs old be well worn from much in the last decade,, hatched areas makes It prohlbltlv.. citn ;
N : :'E to the production of various cut and Is not a forecast of the actual :may been made even giving and Christmas are
y "" 'I,
ryx fi and unfermented grape The proposed reduction In acre however, their rugged constitutions I ever was. keep apace with the advancement. lumbia. Baker possesses the Into the manufacture or millioi

i juice. Recipes for making good age Is rather general all over the make the success of treatment To do this we should spare no effort largest nursery in Florida and Its of pencils In Germany.
rt s v r '* things to eat from these grapes South, the survey reveals. The Intended practically certain. HINTS TO In the working with, and the sea Island cotton farmers, overcome There is nothing In the worl!

m' can be furnished by any of the< reduction by states Is as< Acting on the idea of prevention training of the boys who shall car by the boll weevil some years like Silver Springs, in Marion, u, '

t. r'' homo demonstration agents. I follows: Florida 30 percent; Texas as the beat cure for roup, I OUT HOW MUCHUNNECESSARY ry on this most important and ago, are producing cattle and hogs, underground lakes, rivers can
never add new fowls to my lIock) vital profession. Thereforewe famous thru- and sinks of Alachua county
{ The term scuppernong la oftei 25 per cent; Alabama 34 percent; IN YEAR most Alachua's are Inl
L i applied to the whole group, but i iy It Louisiana 18 percent; Georgia 41 until they have been kept In qu'ar- IS urge the boys to take advantage out the state and now an entirely the beauty of the Suwannee rite: "-
antlne from two to three weeks. being offered which forms natural bounden '"
of the opportunity a
y correctly used to designate one< percent; South Carolina 44 percent often
Even If. it is practically sure that A few simple demonstrations work and solicit the co the west. Few Flovldlaiu -
I in club on ha-
Other 35
: 'f of the white varieties only. ; North Carolina percent; rural ROAD SYSTEM
show women
s the birds come from an unlnfectcc will serve to the The historic Yulee
Wk's varieties which are valuable an Arkansas 13 percent; Virginia 23: operation of all parents. visited net
I flock this Is a wise precaution I how much time and 'labor can county agent will be glad to ex Crystal River in Citrus, and hut ''I
Thomas, Memory, Mlsh, Flowers, percent,, and Maryland 23 percent
of few im FUND
the a GETS BIG
the 'saved by use
might be carrying germs be and
e,( and James. The Thomas seems The growers who reported planted They plain club work to any one dreds of thousands have Def

;;L best suited to culinary purposes, about one fifth of the total of Infection which would matur provements and conveniences.For mathematically have the boys enroll. made a boat trip on the St. John'i ..
who Is
later with disastrous results. 1 If Instance, one 'I
although all of those mentioned ,acreage of commercial early potatoes this should happen before they] inclined might like to TO THK K.UIMKKS: OF THE: 1II! OO.Ooo Provided by !Motor Vehicle Comparatively few have vlalto{(
are desirable for dessert and culinary i last year in the 11 states Department.Tallahassee. Olustee battlefled, In Baker. ID
are added to the flock they can figure out how many acres or partsof COUNTYThe thousands
was hundreds of do nt
use. Their total acreage last year --
be destroyed or treated as the case acres of dlswashing and wiping
The muscadines are very easily 67,400 and their intended acreage Jan. 5.-The state know that the Suwannee river:
I here for
the be
demand without danger ol can be saved in a year by use season will soon
and for the home' dooryard will be 47,100. Florida'sacreage may recently made famous by Stephen Collli
grown, this year the disease. of a dish dryer. Figure out the the planting of the spring and motor vehicle department ti
t \ can be best grown on arbors, plant last year was 30,500. The spreading Watch young and delicate bird: surface area of the different size summer crops again. We should completed Its first year's operationand Foster la "Old Folks at Home, "

,; ra: l ed 16 to 20 feet apart each way report shows Intentions to plant a4id. the number of times In guarding ourselves during that time turned over the stream which flows southwestward
dishes effort
closely as they are most susceptible spare no
The material used to build the arbors this very development of to enter the Gulf ot Next
21,400 acres year $4,500,000
a to the deadly roup germs they would be wiped dry In a year, against the ever present diseases
'!14' ,, i' should be just as lasting at amUJoIHXU Florida's good road system, W. F. a few miles north of Cedar Key
dish and possibly
how much the dryer attack
of fowls suffering and see that may
h' HCGCIKHTIOXHFOIt : The same Is true
: be In tb
much to
possible, for the vines are long the department's commissioner There Is seen
all Aljen}
r POULTRY 11AISKUHOfTLIXEU ; from common cold or catarrh. The .would save. destroy the crop. Of course
of the state and there
lived. During the fall, about No announced.The section ,
A re-arrangement of the kitchenfor diseases are not carried on
IIY MKHlllIOl: throat and nasal passages, being plant
t; ,T. f'; vember, all dead wood should be large and we department, Mr. Allen's first much to be learned about It. V
might save but are
sore and. inflamed, ar easIly convenience the seeds, many
rye ,, :, removed. If the lateral shoots arc during the against annual report, just filed with Gov. hope the State Chamber will coo
"Duringhe infected. Sick birds, no matter amount of walking should protect our crop:
cut back to spurs of six to 10 buds,, Gainesville, take seed treat- John 1V. Martin, shows, during Its tlnue this valuable series. --Tarn;
to a
It is of Interest with thorough
y' winter season most of the poultry what the ailment, should always be year, them
l ri (
: the productiveness will be Increased. Initial of activities, distributed Tribune.
l raisers are thinking about the Isolated. They can be much more ball of twine or a pedometer and ment.; Bacillus coil causes only year --
''ti from I how far one walks In preparing fever in the human specie a total of 4864157.92, with
t i f ft breeding work which Is soon to begin :effectively treated when away gee typhoid
{, The old neglected muscadine ', N. R. Mehrhof, exten the flock and they cannot contaminate and serving each meal In one but we all know the value of Inoculation $3,185,170.71, or 70 per cent. to
1 nib,. C arbor will show much better reo' says I the and $1,159,625.56 25
state or
; multiply this by the against this dreaded disease ,
I I sion poultryman Jot the lo'lordaCollege : the healthier ones If the disease day. They PAINTER'SSimon
% I
ll ; ( Baits next summer if It Is cleaned cent to the counties, for better
of humans per
of Agriculture. Some ol should prove to be contagious, number of such meals that are ordinarily and a great number -
: ,I up In the same manner. The ap- and to highways; 227512.20, or 5 percent
the factors in selection Should any of your flock begin served in a year, see are, treated each year prevent -
j 'y', llcatlon of a liberal amount ol ot breeders pertinent are outlined by Mr to show symptoms of roup, no time how many miles you walk in preparIng Its toll of human life. Seed : to the maintenance of the Pure Citrusand
; commercial fertilizer or stable mat and serving a year's meals. has the same effect on state road department, and $291- I
4 I Y ti Mehrhof as follows: should be lost In starting measuresto ; treatment
nure will Increase the vigor and 849.45 to its own of
the kitchen for greater diseased seeds and Instead of expenses
1. Careful handling of all bird : prevent further spread. All Ile-arraTige .
;?t.-. ,i production of such vines. To gel I the test, it prevents which only a part was used.
and disease
I convenience repeat one
should Is desirable so that we can detect houses, pens, coops and runs preventing I Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS
the fertilizer
F q >; best results any qualities that we do not want should be thoroughly cleaned and seeing how much walking you or tends to prevent many of them In spite of the fact that the ,
.1 ., i k be applied before growth begins In motor vehicle department was
? In offspring. To select I sprayed with a strong solution of a have saved.It -however not all.
: to produce
;;1Vi 4 the spring. Any humus forming I least forced' to start "from the ground I
? I I breeders, the birds should be I good coal tar dip and disinfectant. would be interesting to also To say the every farmer
t. t i matter will be helpful if placed it operated at of
howxitlny 1 tons of lifting a disease-free seeds. If up, an expense
handled at different seasons of the Droppings, litter and trash of every owe should plant !'
t :p l" under the arbors and allowed to I year. description should be removed I modern watSr' system would save t.hey are not treated' by the 'seed only 0472 per cent., diverting to'' I Are'-

ei decay. In home. Weigh a bucket of then each farmer should the development of good roads 90
2. In picking breeders give preference I and burned All unnecessary your ,
be water,'and multiply that weight by make It part of his business to and a fraction per cent., Mr. Allen
11w V; WOHK WITH HI.\SSKH: to the older birds If other equipment of every kind should a "TIME TRIED AND CROPTESTED"
v I the average number of buckets have them treated himself. Along saId. In Its first year's operation, I
.-, q'' ,I ,\ AT I"I.IUUH.HT.TIOX things are equal. It pullets are removed from houses and yards
ATHU.UTH! ATTKNTIOX: put In the breeding" pen they'' Every piece of equipment for supplying usually carried in a day, and then this line of work Dr. Cotpenlng: the department's flies were
y A 365 find how and lie, has brought) up to date and that dIvision -
should be large and mature. 'I food and water should be multiply that by to has been interviewed
I of water the carried consented to lend his assistance of government was established Our Brands are the Acknowledged
t Gainesville, Fla. That the 3. Strong vigorous birds are essential scrubbed and disinfected. All this many pounds willingly which

.: jrgr.. .,u lawn, golf, and pasture grass as It means better fertility, ,I sounds like work and Jt Is, but the innually. It is easy then to re- to the farmers again liSIn upon a solid working foundation Standard by bare

',, work being conducted by the FlorIda and hatchability\ and less mortalIty I saving Is decidedly worth the work luce this to tons, by dividing by previous years. He states that he stated. Growers of,, Florida for
rt, "It 2,000. Even a simple water system the little barrel that he furnished 'judged all fertilizers
t L" Experiment Station Is being In chicks. required.As With expectation of good prices,
{P I the Inroads of tills\ deadly disease which gives running water In the last year for seed treatment will nearly forty years.
4 recognized In the fur corners of 4. Birds with physicaland the !first'' shipment of commercially for what
"Giving all we can
J + the country Is evidenced by letters: breed defects should not be allowed I have been known to wipe out home will save all this carrying. be available again this season and grown strawberries from Pinel- all
instead of getting
;r, ;' tt s 1 recently received from states' on in the breeding pen. Throw out as high as 95 percent. of a flock,, A good--mineral--+-mixture-for cattle without cost. He states seed turher treat. as county'moved to the northern we we get can for what w" give"
'r' d.t coast of the United have crooked back, splitr owner of a poultry flock that If the volume of
} the western birds that I every salt four markets last Saturday. There
Is made of one part It he would were la the policy of
warrant ,
, ,: States and from Mexico. slipped wing wry or squirrelall should, learn to recognize the I parts steamed bone meal and four tent would barrel for this three pony refrigerators, with 80

"1 r In the last few days the Agronomy .([ comb or color defects. sympt ms. At first they are much parts of lime phosphate (floats'i) lave made a larger quarts each, in the shipment. Cooperative THE E. O. PAINTER

t Y-r. Department of the Experiment 6. Consider the quality of the like those of a simple cold or catarrh rhta mixture Is recommended by vork. inten- .work by members of the FERTILIZER CO.

f ,;' ft'' Station has received a letter ggs as well aa the number. Use but more. fever dullness,, he Experiment station. If you will express your 3lnellas County Berry Growers association -
,wAY's from the Western Washington Experiment only those hens that produce eggs prostration and loss of appetite. ions of seed treatment to Dr. resulted In this shipment. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

''," Station at Puyallup,, if large size proper shape and first symptoms are a watery nasal club gardens in Palm 2orpenlng or County Agent Rick-

l '"'f:, Washington, requesting seed ort :rue color. discharge, difficult breathing with Beach Many county are now furnishing mbaker it will assist quite a bit in 1-
rhodett passed the wheeze sound and constant shakug letting an idea of the volume of _
: planting material of grass 6. If a bird has regetables for the entire family,
.4 for the head to dislodge accumulated seeds. that will be treated and
natal grass, napler grass, and above test, she Is ready of the M. U. Mounts, assistant county -
; : \' merker grass. Planting material ast. namely hgh! egg production. matter. says agent. Ions will be made accordingly forthe BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS

"''X + .+ : ;' was sent. This max be judged by external After two or three days the discharge t '-- growers convenience.'
? e, Another letter was received from characteristics or by trapnest rec- from the nose becomes
A bill authorizing Thomas E. It la anounced from Atlanta that
{ : i I ,' a landscape concern In Los Angeles rds. thicker and gives off a character- rooks of Camp Walton, Florida, he Southern Bell Telephone and

: "',, California, requesting planting 7. Male birds should be examined istic offensive odor. The nasal pas- to ''construct and operate a bridge Telegraph Company will expend
; material of St. Augustine grass for longevity constitutional vlgr ages then become so clogged that
rti !
; across the mouth of Garnler's bayou 30,000,000 In taking care of 1929
,. der f'( l and blue couch grass, which was > and defects as outlined above. he bird must breathe through Its In Okaloosa county, Florida, expansion and Improvements. The

a I' I "i, supplied. A third letter comes Handle the birds carefully. nouthA discharge will also run was Introduced today by Senator amount It Is stated represents "A A QUALITY"YOU

r }a.t t'r r? from the Monterey Country Club, In discussing the factors of matIng rom the eyes. This discharge Fletcher of Florida, according to 3,000,000 more than was expended -

rr ; t r; Monterey. Mexico, requesting seed and 'breeding Mr. Mehrhofbates 1 iradually becomes thicker, causing prest'l' dispatches from Washington. during; 1928. GET WHAT YOU WANT
r ,'' and Information on Atlanta Bermuda that the birds should be painful swellings below or in the when

-bah 4 {\ :; grass. mated two or three weeks before eye' which often destroy it. As it \. filling orders you want fbr it-no delays in

i'' 11' : -- tbe eggs td be saved, and that lardens, this discharge may cause Bradley's. Prompt
ni'hey ; p ''f I i Wit I'*' FAIIMFollowing .'lwmC. If eggs should not be saved more he eyes to be completely pasted I delivery from local warehouse. Bigger -

,Y,, f '"i han two weeks before Incubating hut and may gather In such quantities IRme, out yields earlier maturity of

;'lv.. tl Is a list of farm talks that the head Is swollen to crops better quality, These are

art, i to be broadcast from station Orange county ships '" carload twice its normal size. Quite frequently to not mere claims. They're actual

r" f. : ', WRUF during the week ending of f fruit or vegetables every 69 minutes these deposits will press for refreslment'M'] facts. t Bradley's are doing these

',,e' January 23 The farm program of the day and night. This Is I (own the roof of the mouth so that things season after season. We have

-c, r I is given from 6:30: to 7 p. m., east rather startling Information to one he fowl cannot swallow In some the facts to it.

'X:? M 1 ern standard time. The wave who has not given much atten- ages: there Is a canker deposit othe D.1it/oua/. and kefrrshitl8 prove .
length Is 204 meters. lon to the tremendous volume of yellowish matter on the tissues "

y Jan. 10-"Some Things Experiment products grown and Shipped from : of the mouth and throat. It Is easily 'r J. VV. White & Son G. W. Roberts

'.:vsa Station Workers Learned he farms and groves of this coun- removed, however, and should .*, Dealers.

;. During 1928," J, Francis Cooper, ''ty. These figures Include: 3,345 lot be confused with a deposit of '

'ii') t. editor Experiment Station. carloads of oranges sniped. 1,421 similar appearance which: Is a Starke Lawtey

999 Jan. 21 "Following Plants : ars: of grapefruit 817 cars of symptom of dlptherla. i8 Authorized "A A QUALITY Fetittter

That may be planted In Januaryand I nixed citrus fruits, 635 cars of As soon as any fowl Is known tobe .

l 4 February" Major W. L. Flyod, nixed vegetables, 566 cars of cucumbers sick, put it at once to Itself as i.+. -

i professor of floriculture College 417 cars of lettuce 196 Car from the flock aa possible and .l 4' MilliON "

0 of Agriculture. cars of peppers 63 cars of romaine five it one full teaspoonful of ep- Look for this

t.1., .: %E Jan. 23 "The Home Medicine 53 can of cabbage, 48 10 m salts to remove cold and fever aday eat on the back .! ; : :.s It b yourguarantee
Dr. W. J. Iluua. professor of watermelons 20 cars of
t, Chest ar from the system. It the bowels Q '. 'of '
College of Pharmacy. and smaller numbers of ale 1 every bag .. of quality
e: '''i' of pharmacy. celery lave not moved by the following I "
cars: of corn tomatoes beans, po- lay. repeat the dose. Give one S -
: It Is easy to have a green lawn according to the Orlando 1
?l; atoea, etc., oup pill night and morning. Wash STAKKK COCA COLA
Y,. ; all winter In Florida. Get seed of
Sentinel the affected eyes dose and mouth BOTTLING CO.
''t Italian rye grass and sow broad- a
with solution
> a day
_ cast on the present lawn at the Opening of a Jacksonville factory nca -
{ of dip l70a
mixing teaspoonful
by one
t w a six pounds for each branch of a large uhlo manufacturing -
rate of four to IT HAP TO B& GOOD I
and disinfectant in one quart of TO O & T BERK IT IS
feet. Water fre- company' has been announced -
r"1i7 r thousand square llJ.
: Souse head, and
i warm water. eyes
quently and apply nitrate fertiliser ( by C. E. Muller, Industrial -
otommerc all into this solution each tune R. DAVIS & C
needed. secretary of the chamber .
; Soup will often yield to treatment
: The Airway Electric It caught In time, but each canust > We 0 |]ran
The series of radio talks on Appliance coproatlon. Toledo be handled] individually' YES can charge your
farming In China will begin on Ohio, has selected Jacksonville INSURANCEAGENCY

Monday, January 28. Three talks for the assembly and distribution more detailed than the Instructions space allowed are for required I STORAGE BATTERY In 0 IlSmith's lB,

,' I will be given la all, one each Mon- of products in Florida and South. his article will permit.Aa
three weeks. Tune Deorgla at present and'other
day, night for forthe
measure protection
.. in 'on WRUF at 6:30: and bear sates. in the future. a ESTABLISHED 1886
after In.
balance of the flock,

_ ', i; about farming in China. Farming is a .complicated busl- acted birds are' removed give *pom srk

i' tl tablespoon of cocoa less and needs'th attention of, an > salts in a wet mash. Give one Garage STARKE FLA.
Three "
fi" chocolate. alert mind. lund of epsom salts for each 1 00 Fla. 1

equal one squareof :! 11 :'co : ... .. D7I -


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JANUARY :18. ::1829 BRADFORD_. ._ _. .' .. __ ..- .- -. --' ... .' d_ -- 1 ----
--- A It ta"Yes Shook >OTI .] APPLICATION FOK

Leaders in Art Letters and Statecraft Unite ," said the old man "I have TAX-I>.;.:U

lad some terrible disappointments, Net Ice I Is, hereby glvon that AId.wln.J.ewl.I'a'e -

1Fixing Up The Yard II < twr{, In Quest for America's Grand Opera Stars of 1938 \.ut none stand that out came over to the me years when holder Company of Tax. Certlfl'a ..itti-..1poratlon.

Ike the one No. Hi>, 4th day of '' tlnAn U. 1024:
was a boy." has tiled mild certIficate ; oltli t

I i:; ji "Some terrible shock that fixxedself and to testis made thereon application In accordant for tax e with dead

(Contributed.) planted an orange tree on each ( Indelibly in your. memory. I law. Kit Id certificate embraces th>

side of and well back from the \:'U p pose 7""Exactly oil following. In BiMtlford d..rlb..cI County property Florida.xltuat. to-

holidays 'didn't mean much walk in the front yard and twoperan \ ," said the old man. wit :

trees In the back yard. I-When I was a boy I crawled un- southeast quarter of Northw
Johnsonet of
for me. since Mrs. II quarter, and North"at quarter
On the west edge of the front I I (ler a tent to see the circus and I Houthwest quarter Section Township -

her head on fixing; up the yard about even with 'the porchwe t (Uncovered that It was a revival 7. 8"' utn 1Ia n 11'... Hi Kam. 10

t (during tba-t time. Now that put out two crape myrtles. I II meet!! g." acten.The. amiefiiiment' of sold property

,1'1' j over however I am kinder Near the corner of the west side under. the Maid certificate issued was

I': she did, for the place looks of the front yard we put out a Why They \(ere I.ntt' In the nam maid i<(certIficate Michael &shall. SprouleLnleBa be redeemed -

b t already. palm of the variety Cocos aus- Traveler (In Arizona) : "Conodor accordlnsr to law. tax deed

e had written to the hortlculof -I tralis. ( why Is this train no late" of will February hectic thereon, A. 1>. 1939.on!! the 4th day

:: of the Experiment Station On the east edge of the yard Condll'tor-\'ell. you see. sir Dated thin Ziul day of January. A.

' Gainesville a few days before I I about even with the porch we put 1 it night It gets so cold that the U. 19311. n. W. ALDERMAN

$ a ad his suggestions there to out an oleander to provide{ il25.I'ANI; : c4fi?S'; IiI I reman can't keep up steam In the (SiLt!.) Clerk of irrult Court

<< E)4 us in the work. I ant flowers during the abund-I a. HVNTerz.: JIAivE)' PArtHELL l-4-6t-2-l Bradford County Florida

jjst of all we put out a hedge rear of this we put out our rose I X/VO/A./VA CH I'ZMArI" 1k I ACXAN545 CHAFRM4P'ww / I ,'10 hot that the rails expand and

ft: ix privet around the edge ofjJiront garden. The varieties we used i I push the towns farther apart." NOIUIOK tpi't.u: trio "'(Ht

\ \ yard. since the front were Radiance Mrs. Charles Bell,, c4.c/lTlVATEIZ kENT (' ..P4rtWArt4 C KOII TAX:

f. was rather roomy and did not Klllarney Whtte-Perle des Jard- :I, tzEStoer kEN1'FOCWOAnOdU I Isteu, hear my children, and you shall Notice I I. hereby !given that fluid.

bji\1't'\', la fence around It. Along the ins Marie Van Huttoe and Ba- wlil-l.fwlK-l'ace Company. a < or
LOu./! Of the midnight ride of Pauline Monition 1 holder. of Tux Certificate
VI 'from the hedge to the door- frano. mI McNear! No. 111. 4th day of August A. 1) 1934.h. .

gi) we then put out plants ofta. On the site of the rose garden ..* tiled nald, rertlllcate In my olttce
S She rode off at twelve In a Cadillac and made application for tax dod! tu
i which Is a very pretty and before we planted It, we puta issue thereon In accordance with

';"'i for such a place. We hadi' wagon load of well rotted stable 4 ""V. Said certificate embrace the
three came hiking altliated '
I And at halt-past following described property
t this from the nursery. manure and spaded It in. Around II back. In Hi.ail ford county, Florida, to-

j the end of the front porch we each of the shrubs, and trees set I wit:
Kentucky of North-
, : a blgnoiila vine and also a we put a bandful of steamed bone. I II went The quarter.Northwest Heotlon quarter 1 9$, Township 7,

/ ria. Our house Is a largeIr Next spring or summer-when the II Ii I Dade. City Repairs made! to I Houth things 21 Kant 40 acre- ,
Tim( H..MB....ment of nald proi>ei-ty
chim- I
house with a big grass starts to growing we are go- i Griffin building which was rerenty Milder. the Maid certificate issued. wan.

at one end. This chimney ing to set the entire front yard to eJ Wis. i damaged by lire. I III the name of Unknown.fnlenn .
? ;
_________ stud certificate shall .be redeemed
d rather bleak so we planted Centipede grass for a green lawn.I \ THEODORE..HIZISTIANSON, : Sv at-i-orillnit' to .law. tax deed

a climbing Gg which the hor- believe that we shall then have eM/NIVEFOTA CMAIVs14ar. >U'I'I.I' o*' lii'ttimvv H\I.H OPI. will leslie thereon on the 4tU day ofFel.ruary.

. t$. )purIst had called PIcus repens. one of the prettiest yards in the I I -. \M1TM l Hateil. l thin. A.H.2nd 1929.day' of Janimt" s A.

:-. ound the ends and side of the community if not in the state. I ..tK-.-day* after rt..t.. hereof on II., 19211.
and base of the house we set p : *()-wit; lit* llth ilny of KVIiriiHry. O. W. At.nKHMAN.KIOAf. .
i Bids opened for con- : i/PEnr e4&GkG .'.4.1'. 1 112t.! 1 I the umlPiflKiinl tuuirdlun for ( : .) Clerk of Circuit Court,
|trunia plttosporums and Stuart- ) Mtl.lr.tlviinrlt.I J ohit I. Hfnnett.Hasel 1-4-1-2-1: Bradford County. Flu"I"
plumbago, azaleas and hlt. struction of new courthouse and "CAUI'"OIZN/A CofvfrrfKMAVrenowned Hvnnvtt, I'n" I Ucnnrtt anti

Martin county.St. -t- Pauline 1I..lIn..lI. Mlror helm of It.
Jail for c4es. : : win apply' t" S.\I.H
: I J a. iifiuivtt iiPcnuMfd, :\0'1'1( I2 u. \4l.as'rlsVs
ir shade trees we used orange Augustine Davies Buick the Ilonnruble. llpn. A. < iMrclliipr --
building 'on SanMarco GeoiGeO2ACE OIzrnlE'iZ I cartoonist. Iowa: Mrs. Car County .liiilK In anti for llrmlfonl that undersnil
| since both of these Co., opens new NollHt Notice la hereby given
pecans PENNSY"V4N/A CI-IAlfZMA? I Ifli rio Jacobs-Bond composer of "A Perfect I (foMDtv, Vlorlila, fur an undivided nntor ID One- by virtue of that certain' FloatZ'ecie
shade and fruit We avenue. Hiilo Ihn
provide prlviito made December -
Mrs Foreclosure
i_ -----------------l Day. Southern California; path. of HiiUI Mlnor'HIn of
Intercut I
!Ic, \ -- George Horace bonnier ot Philadelphia. eighth th the following tlenrrllipil lumlx: I 22nd A. 1J., I !l2H. by Honorable
Clr ultCourt
Z."klnll.. IIdKe or the <;
Pennsylvania: Mrs. Henry- BJcy. (Cuiniiifiu-liKC the Moist hw.st <'0"- A.
I Natlona County
for the 83onclRadio : In and for llradford
, vounjittcrs N,,rtl..*aHt quart or of 110.'Jewlh..t .
tit the i
thOnughters n I whereIn
President-General I
Vice In that certain entice
I nards. of 179rO i: Florida.
Audition : HouthWPHtHiiul
of the
L jK8 How to PlayBRIDGE of the American Revolution =' qunrlvr 1U It. Tbxile Ix complainant and
cash. and mublc conrva.ory; scholarililpa 'l .-r of Bxcllon ((24), TowlI..hll'UH. | I Ada.. A nil rew... widow. In defendant, S Sa
!1 Michigan: Mrs. Prank B. Htmtct IoInnlh !UntiKH (221} Kuxt. nut the a umlerMicned a*. Hpvclal Mat'.
:, IJ of Indianapolis Indiana: and Harm vunnliiK uloiiHt the T.uwtey antI Mklillrliutir and
I Oov William II Alms ot Colorado east (32H ) rect will Hell to the last, highest '
IS chairman 01 the c. mntteeionic: \) Dlckaon, author. Mississippi.' thcnc-e North I'lil'lliItimil(Silo( ) fppt thrirt'f. \Vestii25) I bent. bidder. for ca houno.h. at In the Starke frontdoor '

'la prrpir'.n: ; h'.o i'-t-s o.-tl ama.urI U. 8. Senators Arthur Capper 01 :! feet I thfiit'M. NOlllh ((6jIOI) feet .t the court, Klorlda on Mondaythe
with other tote Kansas and Frank U Oreene of Vermont to point ot lii-HlniiliiK. Billil lot of : ItrRiiroml county .. A. LI.inait .
cr cte ( February,
,'f vocalist to i \ :: Fourth day
I members of their state coin- In nil lylnw I HIII! livliiK I 1 In I Ui'uilford hour of state,
championship are i durlnif the leKal
I Series 1928-29by leaders for the nntlonnl: "i-:;ms: Klorlilii, \nil contaIning .
'a. miners- as are John Spnrgo and Mr for tha put-poxe of Hatlmfyliiv'
and lor the nil hire .nun. onu-lmlf. IUTVH (3 re.Tl
../IV. "OINe DAr.l./IVCj.. wliirti u, < Dorothy Canneld Pinner' Vermont ltNH.Thin t Ihn following! .
Wynne. Ferguson1 'I Dllar auJ vocal 1.01111111 > morn or eHtute. lylnir, and being in Urndfordcounty
i IO\VA CHAIMAI :J v.-atcr tlcnt roxf.iclition: ol Pii.la-; authors; Rupert Hutches. novelist anci llth iluv of .Tnnnnrv. 14 21.MU Florida to wit:
.. ... III'SNWI'T.111612M '
ri' BJUDCB" "' la- A' i;', IIUTTIK I of thaSoiilhwiiHt
'I; ef "PRACT1CA1. AUCTION ..a'ph.a: offers... to AUJitr: : vviuncrt p.uywrignb. iuiiiuiuiu Including; ella Dr sweivtcollege J A I I _dim.!ril: ..Ian.OTM !.. Tim\ Hoiitheaxt iiiartvr| of quarter lh. HotithweHtituurter
I Klr.e Oov n:)rs v.s r.a :.11.
Which state ts "Mother of American : Mar of' Mectlon' Twenty-tlv (25J,
\ sIngers"? liar cirnnittcc 1 In tt..r) stats: MrHuntley C Chandler of William and ; \ 11Xotloe :Townnhlp I live 15), South Hunite.
New College Virginia. -- (22), Kaxt. cuntulnttnf
""tt t" of Relnala N Spaulrtlna. Harnpehlie Twenty-two
1 ; :,..... 'ff Once New York. boasting i Mr Theodore ClirUtmnsonMinnesota. I Wyoming. Washington and Mon l Is hereby Klvcn I him t Hi" unilprxlKncO -. Ten acres more or leu*.
: William Simmons and : for lhpMtut KNKI11T 1 ,
No. 13 Werrenrath. tuna are the onry states In which .tie nilnilnlntriiloi'' p. !i.oJ. 1
Nina Morgana. and Pennsylvania. wltr. Mrs Isnnc' L of Kuln l.lvlnKxtoii I ii ec't.iteii Special Ma.ter.
f; tood deductive bidding is rare First Y made a third hand club bid I I Mme. Louise Homer and Paul Alt. ; : Mrs Harvey Parnell Ar. preparations are yet to be blade to will 0" I thu ITlh ilny or 11'A. A. S. CI1RWMBoltcltur
:; very deduction fron. Ufinsns MRoScrt: P Room.ion enroll and .reward ambitious young I ISIS, rl) I'I I suo'ounia for Complainant. l-4-tt-2-1
it is and a rebid.The proper houae. were chief contenders:! tot this ; !.I hnforu -
'!\ only because an easy a Same. North singer in the Aud.tlon. Arrangements ,, HilmlnlHtintor I of nulil eel ci e .
position but also because the oppor- this bidding is that Y holds a set-u] I title-then Arkansas brought:: form Delaware: Mrs Arthur tor this are to be started this the lUinuriibla ties seldom arise. Here is a hand in club suit and a trick or more on th! Mary Lewis and Missouri. MarlonTalloy Dako-a: Mr H C Baldrldsa Idaho: n.*r. JinlKR. of I lh. ('i,U II I y .1 uiti pius NO'I'ICK '1'0 llloII'I'on'l111 lltKU-

dealer had his opportunitytook side. Second B's bid of one spade, A'I -and today 45 states are com Mrs. Fred B Bnlznr; Nevada and Mrs monthAll Court for lire.ti fold Comity. 101'101., I'lOIIS
the In
en- between- agesof houne
amateur singers
din otnre In thnourt -
Connecticut. lit
\ advantage of it: failure to assist the bid and B's B's failur: peting actively for the musical leadership John Walter H Trumbull.W Head ol Omaha. National 18 and 29: Inclusive are eligible. to I loll City of HtnrUi', l''lorldn. untl will Notice I I.. hereby given that all
to rebid should indicate that : of the nation. national championship nt the Hiimo tlnin apply r..r u 11111".11..1'I'I1"lco 1..trAI., [hut rllml.. .. and
}HeartsA. .tfft tha, President Boy Scouts ot Am.rtIL try for the singing of the .
Third nOinliilHti-nlor
college .
and "
suit is not overly strong. Governors wives aH havIng. claim aKaln..tthe
Senators. all
Clubs -A, K, Q. J. 7,3. _...:.- Z's queen-four of spades plus Y'a possible ., are Joining with music lends the Nebraska Audition Committee awards the highest being Niilrt, otitiite .unit for a rdrHHa from pennon eiitat. of Henry Large Stevenson >
Diamonds 10. 6 presidents i cash a trip to WuihlnntonD tidies BII.I llHlillltleH. an lid.mlnl"'I'ul..I' -
other Stat Chairmen Include A.OOO all the duceuMed. are hereby required
10 7 holding a probable stopper teachers to seek the undiscovered and New York, and two yrersniti.i I of .null ehtute.pntpil the Mama duly authentinted '
Spade*-J, Peter Norbeck C. to pi'sstouit
i i II Senator
in hearts U S
Z's of Jnnuary
holding ni-xt
Fourth that Werrenrnths and Homers of the trnnin( ,. thin the 7th tiny to the County Judge ot Bradford -
i strong enough to warrant a no trum,; p decnds and are nominating these. South Dakota; J N. "tiin Dlullngr conservatory A. D. ihh2S.I County, Florida. at his. oiliest
-- -------- --- ,
: Y I .-- UKOIU1H I : C' r.lvtNf1STnS.1t'.nlnl..I.lnr In the court houxe. III lb. Town of '
1 i ./ of I th. e..t..le of datahereof
ABhearts bid.After bidding Sharks within one year from
I from the
1j I : Z. these deductions ; l'up.ne. were visitors to Starke Kale l.tvlnitnton. cl....ccolL".d.11.0t9 or thin notice will be held
j : ; Z very cleverly bid three n week t .M In bar thereto, and all .per. ROM* Indebted .
of last
''f' trump. All passed and A opened th II Wednesday to mild palate. are required topay
Vole .
K 9 of Mrs. II. S. Rooter and NOI'H'H 01' AI'I'II"I'IU'\I I he en me forthwith to the underHlKiied
J, eight spades. Mr. and TNotlco .\ :\ ....a':11: : I executor.
j Clubs -9, 4 When Y's hand was placed on th,II baby,, spent Stindlty with Mr. and ThlM tha ZlMt day of December 1 2S.WIU1.IAM .1'

Diamonds-, J, 9, 7, 4, 2 table it was evident that Z's deductionwere l. L .y4' ]iJH\\\\\" -' .y Mrs.Levy Norman at Vanderbilt. In h..hyflv"' '. I that LnnlM ; 1IKI..MKS" ", BTHVKNBON1Bxerutor : : : F
\ Spades-Q,4 very sound and that he couli II. Hill I I hol'lflof. Tax iVrtltU-nt? No. of the r-.tale of
dealt and easily score game at.no trump. On th, Mrs. J, S. Sapp and children I 18:1: fitli clay nf July. A. l>. IU2M, hits. Henry Larva tttevenvon: deciiaaed.soTirii .

sed.score A rubber pasted game.Y bid Z one club B other hand Y could have scored ont Toy word; is a lamp onto my feet. and a light unto my pith.-Psalm!. 119105.: spent Sunday with her mother. Ii I niailo heI. pta aiipllcatlon I Id" | ftirtllli-atH. I I for In tux my
Z bid diamonds. four odd at clubs so Z's deductive bid Mrs. J. S. Hosier. In ai-forflniu-R with law.
and two
id one two spade hearts;Y bid three clubs and ding won a game and rubber not other'- rnf3f: i lul% A" religious teaching doctrine orW J. 10. Rosier and Cohen Peele cue Hulilertirlf..t e enaiuinies. thn follnwIIIK or TAX"ol'I.U''I'IU: IIKKIINOTICH : ; \ FOIl

lassed. What should Z now bid? wise possible, Be on .the lookout fo r 4r.e4.are&; &; creed if they are to have any claim were visitors to Starke! and Lake I rt.m-illn lull iiroiicrty imittuitheul t ciw It l : InllriKlforil ..--
his is the problem Z had V solve similar opportunities.Here upon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with Butler Monday, N..rlh.u..t i-ourth..a.t 114 1IKHRMV (1 iVIN: ThatT.

I the correct solution depended on is a little end play that came ui; the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and creviceof Forsy'the '(iiartr, Hei-tl.in. 12 Townnhlp! 6 Hi.nth Alderman! holder 1-S part of
the bidding: i in actual play: the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN Mrs. Maggie KIIIIK 22: g".I. 44 WCIBH.Thit I Tan ceitincate. N... 8U4. 4lli day ot
per deductions from ,, ..... '- Mrs. C. A. tiled Miild tvrttftcate -
---- -- --. SPAKE LIKE TillS MAN." Sunday with her sister nnHotmnviu' of niild pronvrlyumlvr : July, A. I 1V2I ha*
; the mild: cu'rhIhiiii.tu 1 : IHMUHI wan III my olllce and made. application -
"-.--- Problem No. 16 10:00 o'clock E. :: I'rlnKle In thn naiiin, of I'liknown.I'nlvKN I for tax deed to issue thereon Inaccordiinua
Ilearti- Q. 8. 7.5 When will' GQd answer us? at l"erryman:1 Mrs. Willie Reddish and children Bald i-rrtllli-alo. nhnll bo r...- with law. haIti .I.IIII..t.

'\ Clubs-A. K. Q' i Answer read--Inn, 65:24.: supt. were the guest of her sister (I SC m.l, .Kcl-nrcllIlK I I.. III thu W. tax 18th' llrrd lIly. I emhrace" ultuated the followlnir In llradford del 'rihed1rhuIty Bounty '
iHHtin tlirreon
Sunday will
Diamonds 4 -- -- .,.. CHItfST IH't.! : \ RKTIL: WHO Worship Mrs. J. M. Rosier Sunday. of l-Vl.riniry.l A. It.I 11)211.1)itel ) Florida, to-wlt:
-- Spades-none and 7:30 p. m. The pastor willpreachat IliU 15th day of January I North half of Northeast quarter otNortheiiHt
.. ,. ':'r. eartsI 3 AH 10 HI.SSIUMatthew : : Mrs. A. B. Hosier and children of Nurtha.C.Lu""I..r
both hours. I quarter
rt, K. 6.4. 2 y : L Cluba-l0. 9. 3. :I 5:3-9.: Jesus said : ot the State l ha none : In for Junior League Sunday afternoonat of Clrnilt) Court. Hrnd-. > 7 Houth llaimre 23:I E"HI.
Dlamonda- spirit
messed are the poor ; Hester Supp.
\ ,1" A B : 1\1 rs. .
monds-J.I0 : 2:00: o'clock. Miss Fredrlka 1.1541.2.15: fi.ril (.Vmnty.Klorlilit.. 4 H< reH.Th .
Spadea-J Is the kingdom of heaven. Forsythe was visiting of nald.
dea-9 II < / a Z I thelr's Miss Lucille HMiie*>ment > property
._- --- ./! 4. Blessed are they that mourn; Struth supt. In Lake Butler Sunday after '0'1'11' CII"" U I' t 1(111 \'\I H \ 1.1,1 U. I tinder the said certificate. issued wu
Senior League Sunday eveningat 1\ '\III III the namn of Jame Clark.
Hearts -A. 10.9 : shall be comforted. ; .
for they they noon.J Unless: said. cartlflcula such be r -
Clubs-8.S -a the meek for they 6:45: o'clock Prof. L. O. Hay visitors d eni. u act-ordinit to law, lax deed
6 5. Blessed are ; I). and Cohen Peelo were Thirty Diamonds will hustle
I leader.
._- shall Inherlfthe earth. 6. Blessed to Jacksonville Sunday after to-wlt, t Ii.. I llh day. of Koliruary, January A. )1,. I 11)29.) !
SpadesK,3re are they which do hunger and Mid-week devoltlon Wednesday noon. I''311.! 1 ,the I iiiidprMlirnvil' CharlcB.Ouiirdlanof Priestisi.l 'Dated thin( 14th day of December,
at 7:30 o'clock.! Itiilhvlla I tiI A. !>., 1928.
evening :
and Z Is In the ITearts-A. K. S thirst after righteousness; for they Mrs. Hester Supp spent Sunday J 111111 lIa I'rlwxt Minor heirs' ( II. W. At.OKri.VfAN.

How are caB no trumps Y Z will six of the eight Clubs A. Q k.10 8 S' shall be filled. 7. Blessed are the IL\P'rIMT with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele. 'h.. .I If.I llonnrnbla Priest, dwc'mm-d leo A.will Oarillnrr apply, tot Clerk of Circuit ford County Court,Florid(,trail. .

ks against any defense? Solution in Diamondl 10, 7. merciful l ; for they shall obtain Cheathem Peele left Sunday tor County: Jndif' : of Hrailfonl County, 12-21-&t-l-18
Spades K. 7 Klorlilu, for n oi-clnr" to ahl nt prlvata _.
t article. rubber game. Z bid one dig mercy.; 8. Blessed are the pure Sunday school at .10 a. m. All Jacksonville where he Is employed sale the <>ii -fourt h unillvld.il ----- -
ere Is a good problem in the mond score A passed 'i bid one spade an, i In heart ; for they shall see God. are getting well again.; So coma", for the next few months. Intermit each of laid.. ) Minors In lylntf the :.NOTU'K OF ,\'10'1 FOII
Contract describe IIKKIt:
01 slams at : the following TAX
; B passed. Z now bid two no trump. I 9. Blessed are the peacemakersfor and bring your chlldrn and hvlnir In Ilrmlfortl County, Florida -

J'robiemNo. 17 passed, Y bid three no and trump Y bid and the I IHearts they shall be called the Children Worship at 11 a. m., and 7:30p. : ........v............... to-wlt: at n point <3M: ) trrt NTIrT IS IIKHKHV OIVRN. ThatT. .
I Lt passed. how should Z of God.1'lt.tYKlti. Mriclnnlntr of tliN.irthrunt J. Alderman. holder of Tax C'ortlHcata
Q, 6. 2 !: I: hands from now on 80 that love m. oiiMt, of the North went corner North..a..t'Iu..rler. I No. Sal 5th day of July, A.
I biding;{ Father may Y. 1'. U Mrs. Hay- : Rising >|iiartor/ of t the certificate In
Clubs -J' 5 arrive! at a little slam by sound Junior II. Hoc-tlon (30). Townnhlp. (1). !>.. Iliad.:.! haH tiled Maid for
Diamonds; A. Q !Think this over and compare you joy peace long-suffering gentle- mond leader will' meetln the I".s Iris Mcltur, ('or. -.nth UariK ii'lt: ust tlionc-B Month \ my olllce and issue made thereon application In accordance -
that will 1 1 b a ness goodness faith meeknessand tint feet to a point of .hvglnrilnK, : tax deed to
5pades-.AQ,9,2,2 .' with the analysis church at 3 p. m. Sunday. Parents with law. Hald certificate. embrace -
_ opinion In the next article. temperance bear flower and of time. It ........................ tli niWent (i06t/ feet I thvnoaHouth the followIng described property
,\ gwen .:. __. remember the change; (6Ii> ffot thrnt-c. Kuxt: ( hQl) altuatad. In Bradford County.
I : Y : ; I; fruit in our lives. IB! better to have the young people Mr. H. II. Lewis and daughters, ff"t. the",... North (IllS ft to point. Florida to-wlt:
iJ'f'f.t : of .......Innlnll". containing tftl feet by
_. 1.-\ D : .. .- attend In daylight. I( Edna and Thelma and Miss Vera- 1 North went quarter, of Houtheast'luartlr
'r .. MKTHOIHST: tllli feet In a miuarn. .. Xectlon
nf Noj\lh ant quarter
I Z I iI' ( each Wednesday Lewis motored to Waldo Sat This 18th day. of January 1(129.MYKTL.U ( .
: Mid-week' service lee I'III KMT. 4 Townnhlu 7, Uouth: >lanc. 22: It

Sunday school Sunday morning at.7:30 p. m. urday.u .. .. .I.Hah 1-1 -lIt-2.1D_dun rd Inn.MtTKIl ,. acre The. a*.e.Mmnt of nald property;
I Answer to Problem No. 1. -- .ii r. ana Airs. Aiarion ueuuisnand under the SOLId certificate l issued wan.
.... family of Lawtey. were visiting I, In the name of Unknown.
... .... Hearts none ?: .............. ........ was visiting here Sunday home of Mr.: and Mrs. Unless. ald certificate Shall be re.
at the .. deed
Clubs-6.5 In Circuit 1'.r..L, Tw nty-SI th Ju- I ileemiid accoruilug to law. tax
..k Diamonds 7. 4 I BROOKER Mr. MIll, of Jacksonville, was W. T. Crosby Sunday.Mr. dlclul. Circuit nf Florida. In I and for will issue thereon on the 2Ut day
6 3 ... Itrad rord eoun Iy. In Chancery.Loulmi of January A. D. 1929.!
9 7. of Georgia.Is .
Spades- here last Jessie, Milliard
visiting D.
this of Deo. A .
_ JTnrU-Q. 6. 5, 4 )Ils. Peai-lo nullify Itrowrt.Cotnplulnarit.. fluted 14th day
rts-K' y : Clubs 10. 7 ; Mrs. O. W. Thomas and children visiting hl, sister Mrs. W. T. ( 1925. O. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk : .

.a-K.Q J 9 :: A U : .,' Diamon.da 8. J ...'a'................... who nave been spending Crosby this week. A.V.vo. Hrown. of Circuit Court Bradford
monds-t.J. 10. Spades none Mr. J. t:. Norman and daughter 1..t..nl..nt. County Florida.
des_ none : Z : .t Mr. If. P. Galney and Mr. L>. R. some time In Apopka and Brooks- Rosamae were visiting relatives order ..f Sorhby I'Mhll.-ntlon H-31-St-l-ll.______ _
j allis returned home last Sunday. To A.V.. Krown 11127 1"alh"rlllncl'
7 3."s' ., Gainey were attending to business I Butler Sunday after- .. .. > fllMCATIO:
Hearts-A. 10. In Lake *tr*. t. Nanhvllla, 1' nnvNii *: I OIII>Klt: 011 I (
.:r. Clubs-A 'lt -'- I Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. Mr. If. II.. Crosby was It lit. hereby. orl..re,1 that you ap- '
: V- In Apopka last Sunday. to the 11111 of Jomplalnt. fll' 5 : noon.Mr. pear '
K. ; Tw..nlyI'lixtbJo
Circuit Court
Diamonds Mrs. J. ,V. McKae are In
5tI2 J. ( George Hazen and A. B. Sur- who : and hcor..ln airalnit you In th above ntltlotl ;
and children llradford County, State
,. Spades -none Mrs. Waters relatives In Jacksonville c....".*, un the 4th ilay ofMarch Iclat Circuit,. :
rency were attending business have been here visiting her parents visiting A. !>.. 1929 niul ilrmlforil of Florida. In Ch..ne'ery.)11I'red
belt discard is the facie c if this week. In hereby d*..lirnatttil 1'lu.rk,
I discard. His County Telvitraph
ides are trumps and Z is !.. he lead diamonds. Y should discard the five C if In Jacksonville last Thursday returned to their home InApopka'Sunday. :Mr. Basil McRae and Mr. Lon- a. th. newnpap In which .Complainant.
iv can Y Z win all the tricks against thin ord..r hall be. uiibllnht-d on.-. a vs.T.
'defense? clubs. Z should then lead the seven c : Dr. Middlemen of !Starke was nie Crawford made a business trip week for four (4) i'neemtlvs week,. O. Clark.
of Lacrosse,
Mr. McDavId liefendant.
discard the jack C
olution Z shouldjead the trey of hearts. A should visiting here last Thursday. I to Jacksonville Wednesday. WltneuM my hand unit neat nf nOire It appearIng by affidavit. appndeit
: with, the Ii a to business here Tues. It.
should attending this 5th day
it* and trump in Y's hand with the clubs and Y trump !i Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Haltlwanger Jw.u"-.U:1Jt'rSiAl:. to th* bill filed In the abovestatedcauiie
Mr. Hhoden of Jacksonville was .
of spade that T. O. (Clark. the defendant
r of spades. Y should now lead theE lead the seven c)if day.Mr. are visiting relatives In Jacksonville (HEAt) CUrk. therein named I I. a nonreildentof
Y should now here last Tuesday. Warner Mott of Alachua was W. II. WAI.DKN.
of B discard. He can- visiting
spades. must A is forced t::0 this week. the State of Fl.irlda and he la u
discard heart or Z, with two re- spades his last trUJPI discard?" the !!!n Mr. Strickland of Miami was visiting here Sunday. who Attorney for Complainant 1-1 tt't-lt\ reldent of Albany Stats. of Oeorrla, V
iea. establish his heart Bit discard. He cannot que a Mls' Marie Haltlwanger _ U..n..rall..U..ry. and I* over the api. 4
can here last Tueuray.
therefore discard either a club of hearts or Z'i ten of hearts will t Ie visiting ..............*........+ has been visiting her parents returned .... n.I.OIt.11 t'RFJ- I of twenty-one year; It 'ias! therefor
: of
He is thus forced to discard d I a Mr. and Mrs. M F. Hazen Saturda'y.Mr. : WiIIi: 1'0 : ordered that acid non-reldent defendant
i diamond. it is really immaterialno good. clubs. Z should discard d I S Hawthorne was, visiting friends .. KVERGRKKN to Jacksonville irons b. and l I. hereby required.
of these suits seven Holder of Gainesville\ to to the bill of complaint filed -
manor which two d : Jessie appear
, .iscard Z will discard the same suit ten of hearts. A is now forced to r and relatives here last Sunday. a (Mr.. K. A. Hosier, .Cor.) visiting his grandmother Notice In hereby given that all In said cause on or before Monday.
I card. If he discards his last diarnon' Mr. H. P. Gainer: A. B. Crosby who has been creditor r...>irati>e., DlnCrlbutee and the 14th day of January. A. U. 1929.
the result is the same in either case. of diamonds is good. If 1 t ; _. .. ...................... I returned home Saturday all nemonii havlnr claim agaInst otherwise th. allevatlon of ald bill
A has more strength in diamonds Y's seven of clubs, both c)f and J. K. Mott were) all attending the Estate: of A. J. Cowart deceased: will be taken a* uonfs by sail
the .
n in clubs, suppose B. at trick two.ards discards queen It u to" business In Jacksonville last Cheathem and Cohen Peele ,afternoon.Mrs. late. of liradford County. Florida. are defendant.. .
diamonds. Z should Z'* clubs are good. spparer tJ Jacksonville Wed T. A. Crawford of Jack hereby required to present their ll I I..* further ordered that thin order
the of visitors to
trey that irrespective of the cai Friday. were' Honorable tleo. A. be published one a wk for
to the
therefore her daughter rlalm
discard the 6ve of diamonds. AId elects to.discard at the sixth,trie If. Those attending to business in nesday of last week. sonville\ was visiting Oarillner. County Judge of Bradford four cqn.cutIv. w..k In the Bradford .

discard the nine of diamonds A win the balance of the trick '" last Tuesday from here Mrs. E. Rodgers and children Mrs. J. F. Lewis Sunday.Mr. County Florida for his approval. County Telegraph a newpaprpuhlliihed ,
Y Z must Tallahassee hereof In Maid County and State.
had discarded club at trick returned homeSundayafter within ono year from
hould have discarded a the t..ol It is a clever little problem and full cpitfalls were Mr. O. W. flaxen and L. A.Ie Betty and Gene. Mrs. Earl Finn J, F. Lewis or thin notice will b.. held In bar Thin December 12th.. I92tl.
3 for the unwary. After you ha;,Ie and children Cedric and Marporle spending< a few daysin thereto. And all persons Indebted U. W. ALDKHMAV Court, S
>5. out d Brown. to said deceaned e tat* are reoulred ((Seal) Cletk Circuit
this solution try
t trick three Y should lead the suit mastered discarding the seven ol clul>> Mr. A. B/ Shaw of Gainesville of Vayerosa.. Ga., spent tHe weekend II Jacksonville. vlull to pay lame forthwith to the under By C. A. KNIGHT CI..rlt, : '
which have acjunua variation : < 1 with and lfrs. J. D. MUs Hazel Underbill was alffiied administrator. Deputy
iscarded. we itttcadtiw c r transacting business here-.last here. Mr. lltU.-WIU.IAMS:
B's her.d at trick two, was 1921. JOB
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\ ) t'AUH. HIUIITBradford. BRADFORD COUNTY PItfEi1tAPli dTARBiC FLORIDA __ ___,____ __ H_ .- -
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z zlyW County Telegraph I OIUTC.\RY- yar-I New Governor report ,iijlj acing; that the books I pal cources of revenue. of I th

I From Other Pens Margaret Louise Fernandez Inherits BigHighway I and records, were in such bad shape i I department.

,: ,' Established 1877 brough, of Pittsburgh, Pa, died In : that it was (Impossible to do so. Contract ]ll ,
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,u-- _. January 4. state how In the face of this bin
_, i ''r Starke, Friday noon Debt The report did not
Fridays and Entered as Second Class 1929. utter a short illness, at the long these unpaid Items had been edness the old road deim,
Published Weekly on FloridaE. Strawberries' are ripening 8t home of her mother, with whom -- carried on the books, though the would have handed nn ml.'' "
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Starke and Lawtey. That looks i she was spending the winter f'ltlltf"ucHtor Sjijs UcHkk..Ilng| audit covered the period from October debt of about $2,000Uiii( I

,-' .. E. S. Matthews __ .___ _____________Owner and Publish)! like early spring.) --Tlmoa-Unlon. I Mrs. W E. Yarbrough, nee Mar- Has Ik-en ""'ery 1.elKC." 1027, to January 1929. new administration had n ?.d
E'diU -- -- go ret Louise Fernandez, Bide Actual disbursements of the ed in awarding a nnmbei. ,,
.1. C. Robinson _______________________ Managing. Maybe the reason they sent the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richai I Tallahassee Jan. 15G. l''. partment during 1928 exceeded de-I tracts last month as planm. .' n h,,

1 -- - Florida electoral vote !back WIlS S. Fernandez, was born In Start Perkins, of Jacksonville, was ap: ceipts by $291,668. Receipts letting of these contra, va

; i SU SCJUPT'ION'RATE I that they just couldn't elle\e It.- Sept 7. 1904 and lived here until' 'pointed a member of the state road' the 12 months totaled $14.130,117 blocked by an Injunction 01, ,01,
In Advance her marriage She wan graduated 'I and disbursements for the same the case is now before the m
Payable '
Six Months, 75c- Leesburg Commeiclal. by Governor
Yearly, $1.50; School with department
I from Bradford High period amounted to 14,421,785, coil rt.
4I 4 Advertising Rates on Application. --- o the class of 1922, afterward at': Doyle E. Carlton. In making the the audit showed. As matters now stand i ''Ie,?
I In Buffalo a man killed himself I announcement, the chief executivesaid
-, -- '- -- tending the Florida State Collet The amount of contracts awarded highway board is going to,. "
"the girl he ever' who retired
because only Perkins Jia a
Y again. for Women, taking her A. B. In during 1928 totaled $6,128.296 ,tremendous Job on its ham, ,ar
School days are with us could marry was too beautiful and' groceryman, would succeed either
' finished her trainIng of the road bulldlm
commerceiiid on
calling for the construction approximately rylng
.. too good" Girls, have a, heart.- Dr. Fons A. Hathaway, who recently pro .
Ii .:- R. o.- Pennatola News. .* at the Florida Business University resigned as chairman of the 600 miles of road and' II gram, paying off the depart ,.nls

Why is a visit to a moonshine plant called a dry raid? -00-- In Jacksonville. board or I. E. Schilling, ot Miami, 7,000 feet of bridges. obligations and making both, ,'ud.,]
has September 9, 1925, she was unl The total outstanding obligations meet.
Dr. Nicholas Murray whose term has expired.
0---- made It clear that he believes I In ed In marriage to W. E. Yarbroug to contractors at the end of I Acting Chairman Bent i bI
Times-Union is just another one of but we don't and went to,Kewannee Illinois, for the year amounted to $4,152,283.Of I having department books ''m"''led
according to John Barleycorn
Cuba, In a few months before making their Tallahassee, Jan. 15.-The state this amount $1,364,935\ were up to Jan. 1,. and then win i bell>
i how he stands regard -
. ''-.1 America's hangovers. to yet Santa Claus.-Nashvll permanent home In Pittsburg, highway department has been listed as available from various the task of making a buds "> for
o- Pa." To this union were born two handed over to the Carlton admin- counties, leaving a net outstanding the next two years and pin 'U a lb.
41: Banner. daughters, Fay Louise, Sept. 21, istration loaded down with a debt obligation to contractors of $2- department on a business h I, II
. i Avery Powell says some bum airs come in over the radic -0- for Carlton 1926 at Pittsburgh, and Mary AlIce of more than four and onehalfmillion 787348. other branches of the govi '1lUcm
If all those who-voted '
born November 5, 1928 :In dollars and Its resources Named.The found to be In the sam.
'.s ; It's a closed route to bums, though. and those who are sorry thtdidn't exhausted. One Bidder are lap(
Starke. auditor's report carrled.the as the general revenue fund! and.
a go to Tallahassee Tallahassc today, the, Besides her parents, her husband This huge debt of this once pros- following comment: "The minutes the road department, It Igohit!

Local bills before the legislature, not advertised for sixty; crowd and occupy will overflow nearly all of Leon and two little daughters 8he perous branch of the state govern- name of contractors to whom any to take nothing less than t tltlao
h is survived by two sisters MI8ses< ment was revealed In an audit just specific contract was awarded, the clal wizard to set things 'Igh!
, i days, will be vetoed by Governor Carlton. county.-'-Tampa--0-Tribune. Isabel and Alice Fernandez, hosts completed by W. S. Murrow state amount of such bid, and states that state officials, admit.

and other rela- auditor. to the -S -- --
--0-- of friends. many I the contract was awarded
According to the 'Tampa Tr The report astonished even those I A survey of facts relatlv '',,. Ih,
there will.be lots of appointe buns, Tampa's new theater opened tives. lowest responsible bidder, but does
Eustis Lake Region says Funeral services took place Sunday : who were aware that the road de. not show how many bidders north dairy and poultry Industn u Marion
Tallahassee during the coming weeks. with "Nothing to \Vear.- partment finances were low and county indicates that tin, noel
' x .. and disappointed Is this afternoon at the First PresbyterIan ; amount of any such bid
Bradford County Telegraph. this burden which has been sad ness Is growing at a very n'atifl"
church, of which she became instance of "loose book- )
$ .i / ." 0-- Lady Godiva playing a return eigagement For the I'M! ,
h administration ,
a member when twelve years of dled upon the new keeping" was filed In the report ing rate. year a total -
i driver feels she's entitled ?-Miami Beach Sun. will necessitate cur- of 795,885 gallons of milk ,
Jacksonville writer says the woman age, and where her rich your undoubtedly covering the contingent fund. A lI'a
, traffic laws by heck. -oIl voice had often rung out from: tailment of the road building program that a total produced. This had a ValUE 0
so out
T to privileges, traffic laws or not is unlawful to race horses i 1 In department locution pointed! For the
until the
to some extent $238,972. period
and where children advanced to
Folsom in. the the choir, many of $3,766.64 had been
', pBradford's Florida, nays "Louise" their first can be placed upon a bet- 32,254 pounds of butter was re
whit knew as B. F. Shaw for expenses In conveyIng -
All of
t l Florida Times-Union. ter footing. Future plans of the corded with a value of Sis u;
amounted tc school teacher. various
consumption during 1928 Hialeah Sunday prisoners to and from
gasoline that the racetrack
us will be known, the 140,836 head
smile and department has During year 01
ht r 883,486 gallons. Enough for a joy ride of 10,000,000 miles) opens on January 15.-Sar amiable Her bright disposition, cheery won for her however, until reorganization Is amps been made for which so that no accounting warrants maybe poultry was produced, which had,

.4 ford Herald value of $168,805. Eggs '<, ih<
M .- 0 Innumerable friends wherever she Issued and the contingent fund
-- Four Million IX-bt number of 930,897 dozen Mth .
.. character
This section of the state will have a good representativ Flo Zlegfleld says curves are went and her friends sterling of all whD Outstanding obligations of the elmbursed.. value of $232,813, were market
life-long months
made the past 15 covered -
road in W. A. Shands of Gainesville, again becoming popular. department on Jan. 1 of this year ed.
'? on the state right' but take 'em slow boys. Remember knew her, both old and young. by the audit, 1t was shown --
.: o It's'at the wlier The love and esteem for this totaled $4,684,207.09, this Indebt- hat disbursements were nearlyII,000,000
corners I
N'1' Public is beginning to wonder what is meant by "emi nost of the accidents occur.-San- beautiful young mother was manIfested ;- edness Included 2787348.15 due $ greater than receipts, C.1RftPI.LDrnlist
by immense quantities of on road std bridge contracts; receipts for the 15 months totaled : im.
( when used in describing an operatior lord Herald. "other which to
r, i nently satisfactory" magnificent flowers and an overcrowded obligations appear ''117.804,694, while disbursements
from which the patient dies Florida--0--bank deposits amount to I; : church. be due" $1,421,858.84. '"sundry'Items amounted to $18,775,511, a difference Over CorpenIng's Drug Store
o And from the Mrs. J. Shannon Butler of Wailo which apear to be due 'but of $970,917. Last year the I'holle :1:1: :
F275 per capita. .
Miss Ethel Griffin, John and not recorded" $475OOO.The 0th.ar tate tax brought the de- Office Hums: 0 to 5.
trying to im lumber of bad checks still afloat, gasoline
item Polk county are than $1-'
growers of
.1 News obligations" more
; says this uther: Powell, with Mrs. E. J1\ lartment $6,770,908 and automobile -
of citrus fruit. Leave the coloring to nature ve fear some people Interpret rendered 100,000$ had not been' reported before -
: prove the coloring capita wealth too literally. Davis at the organ, very license brought: In $3.200.710,
i per> "Crossing the and. the "sundry ttems.qfl! _
,rl lympathetlcally _
first-class job.
and get
a rlando Heporter-Star. _
l N --0- 3ar," "I Have Head of a Beautiful beel"ecorded } \ "WNYIINIIIIIYIWWNNKIWIYNIINXIIWIYIIIIIIIIINIIIWYINIIIYNIII' : "' : /
o City," and "One Sweetly Solemi in the department's kafOex
The department reports 38,800,000 crawfish hatched at The United Commercial Travelers Thought." system. Because of the conditionf C. WALLINSURANCE
wl;; j Assoclat'on' will make an effort -
t : Key West. If they are worth counting, they should be namec when' the legislature meet) Dr.: George II. Lowry closed his the records, the auditors in reacting were
to this popula forced to make estimates
'. birth certificate. next April to have the'automoblll wonderful tribute
and awarded a the totals.
: ; with)
f i..t. .t l and lovable young woman .
; license tax fee reduced to a l flat State Auditor Murrow stated.
', et i i ot $5 car. All power tits these lines: FLORIDARepresent
ate per STARKE
hat far he knew these ralsellaneous -
but 530( so as
;1', Medical authorities say we have no flu epidemic, elbow-Ocala Star.
would not grieve too much; the obligations had never tile Bent Leading Insurance Companies
'; ';, have died every day for the past seven weeks. The highest attacks ---()---- been reported befoie. "Very looseookeeplng"
understand why promise t tells ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIABILITY
We can readily ; I FIRE,
i are in the southern states the' State Committee, That rest Is hen who sleep so, \) was his terse com-
t. Republican neat Obligations of the department ADJUSTMENTS: MADE PPOMPTLYi
anc sweetly
Edgar Way bright
ppolnts ..
:S r, The suggested tax of one cent on each plug of tobacco, lllchrlst Stockton on its Hoover leyond. the dull slow toiling of the< rants other totaling than$1,896,950.that due on were con. _"i "l IHH'Mmntfftit'''''' (Bmtti itn mtui mi II mi i mitiiii miHtitinn HI itn IHIH iwi im"IIHH"ptnim imiinimiitniT' niin RBI'JHI IIBW IHMII" IMmni.it'i r*.."

small amount but i i1T eceptlon committee; but why Bob bells -- ---- --- -

5 cigarettes and chewing gum is camel's only a back. Bentley and Pat "hltaker-Tam-- Vhlch mark her passing; life i Is.: .' '"':._.'I ,_.._ _._.__... ._.._.... oM! .. -.-.--.---.___,__._ _.:
break the ---
to I' '------ --
could be the straw free from care.
o pa Morning-0'-Tilbune. I I'I'I' -"" .. 1.4 "..........._.._ III&._ '''-, ,. .. -,_. I -- ;

: Arkansas ''father shot a bootlegger for selling liquor to his Today's meanest: question-did YOIwould not mourn if one you i I
a 1 Jerry Carter collect license and In- love should riseo I
t Y I'l ; I young daughter. If the practice becomes general congress can spe'tlon fees from the Tallahassee\ wear the royal purple and the I JANUARY 21ST

aF d'f, cut its prohibition enforcement appropriation. folks who rented rooms, at $3.00i (crown I BEGINNING
o i I $500 per day, to visitors Inthe hould gain the glory of the great 1 I :
Inauguraon and wise
for the Carlton
j ; ', ; Because bootleggers are being arrested in Chicago, the ? Leesburg Commercial. And put the tools of humble servIce I

l; Gainesville Sun speaks of the millenium having arrived. The --0TimesUnlon down II

only millenium bootleggers fear is the one bringing convictions says love and booze that life should call some I The Original
can make a fool out of any man. oppose I-
Both are equally potent, and adose friend you,know I.

vt 'y,, (Il of either will floor any man. ,Out of the rank and end her days

s..' Governor Carlton has the best wishes of every taxpayer -Starke Telegraph. Have youbeen of care,
.' in his effort to reduce taxes, yet we have a sneaking idea the idependent.> dotted, Buddie?-Palm Beach You would her go rejoice and smile to see I % ; STOCK COMPANY

? ': ,. number of offices abolished by the next legislature can be writon -0-- hough you remained to work and WJLLIAMS ;

a postage stamp. Palmetto News claims to be the ,struggle there ,
only newspaper covering the north
o side of the Manatee river. Rather ,Should high promotion call some

ljtl, Cake and food sales put on by churches and social organizations a wet bed far a dry paper.-Starke friend awayo

1 I have been put under a ban by the state hotel commissioner Telegraph; We do really cover crown with conquest all her TENT THEATRE
of It, Robinson, when the river earlier years ,
i' -, unless they have a state license and comply with health part 1 backs up Into our press pit during I You would not plead and beg with t

a and sanitary regulations. storms.-Palmetto News. I her to stay,
But thinking of the Joy, you'd hide
0 -' -'--O --'-'----' I PRESENTS
A sales tax of one cent on each your tears.
Fans retire from chaitmanship of the state
.. Hathaways can package of cigarettes, plug o'f tobaeco -,I
tai f : road department with the knowledge that during his term cigar and package of cbewIng r So When death comes, though hardit

y .' he has given the people of Florida a dollar's worth of road gum, would raise sufficient seems to bear

ri ': '. value for every dollar entrust d to his board. schools oney of to.Florl'la run all, and the many county people Abd, loneliness long the years with all their ''Here Comes the Bride'

-0 not now paying taxes would The loved one has !been called

State chamber of commerce is of the opinion that the government be i regular contributors to the education away front ('areTo '

t'" "' should extend its policy of robbing the dead through of the youth ot the state.- high piness.promotion, rest and hap 30 -- PEOPLE 30

.r:: the inheritance tax to the point of having federal officers remove J081'er. News.-o-

.r. all jewelry and valuables from a body before being consigned 33 colonels on Governor Carl She has been called from pain and *

r' to the ton's staff. Now if the "Gov" hurt\ and strife
:' grave.Investigating which fall to flesh
t wants to rapture Nicaragua and apart From all the ills

k 0 of Alabama, Just appoint Phil and clay;
r complaints of vessels plying between Cuba Armstrong, philosopher of the Shl\ has been raised to an ampler i

and Key West barely scraping across uncharted reefs, the mes-Unlon, as ambassador andgive life, much Playing only Royalty Plays Including
11 too
him J. C. Robinson of the Nor should we mourn .
2 government finds that tourists returning from Cuba will I Starke Telegraph and "Howdy" ,who still must stay."

close the ninety-mile water gap between the two ports with hnson. of the Crescent City Journal Messrs N. B. Hull, J. M. ruby!, f "HERE COMES THE BRIDE"t

glass bottles in another ten years. as seventh class privates and n. H Young H. L. .Brownlee, J.
+ clear the deck for actlon.-uPat" : M. Brownlee,. F. At Scott, J, II.
N't oA C. F. Hoover were honorary -
In Pal tka TimesHerald.A Ritch and
N large part of South Florida was once part of the bottom pallbearers while Messrs. T. r t

of the sea' -the teeth of sharks are found in phosphate A recent governor before election T. Long, R. J..Davis D. P. Carpen- Monday, January 21st
stated that he would not slenIlny ter. C. Knight. and C. N. Christy I
mines In the Interior.-Bartow Record. Suppose? the peak on bearers.
local bill passed by the legla- were pall
,, which Clermont rests was once an island covered with waving that had not been advertise !- .
Jacksonville Plans under wayfor 3-ActDrama Featuring Marie De Gaf-
,' Yt palms and cannibals.-Clermont Press. Are you a native I e according to law. He didn't, erection of $100,000 cleaning

of the Clermont section Don? but he sat supinely by and let them here. II
;, ; ;. and dyeing plant
without signature.
x' j {l o bMome Doyle Carlton said he would veto Key West City._council. and removal I fP.YA lhT': MAP 1 T11n1n
V' Vat tn ATIf
AV RlAftrl( C o agrees
Colonel Benjamin's two columns of clippings and comments such bills, and this really means fl of car track and repaying I -ot ,.,. c..UJ.J :. .1.y .a\'" JDlUbSUIll.Vaudeville YY i l tams

published weekly in the Palm Beach Independent cannot be something. If he carries out this I I thoroughfares now traversed byline

''e the nation for and wit. Most Florida editors statement, and we believe he wilt In this city.Bradenton ,
; ; duplicated in snap the local bill evil will be solved all Hammock --- --- --- -- -- -- -

think twice before they take a "paragraphical punch" at far as this administration Is con-i. drain south of-- here Cedar being constructed FREE-SHOW-TICKET ; Ii";:

y > the colonel. Times-Union. To snap and wit 'should i cerned.-Montlcello News. at cost ot about $70,000, Between The Original oe 5*
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be added knowledge and good common sense. Letters received by Ocalans from, rapidly Hearing completion.between Acts Williams Stock Company :; i go.!
I ParrUh Highway
,' 0 Miami\ state that on the first night here and Manhattan will be resur DIG TENT THEATRE 'g opQaAdmission ;

Every farm along the highways through Bradford county the new greyhound race track WM.'( faced. 40c-20c 30 PEOPLE 30 .! : .!!

should be a model farm, planted to crops that will grow, thrown open to the public, parkIng Daytona1 Beach Sites inspected Commencing .. e ...:.:.: .
eight or : Monday O. i
1 I apace was at premium '" ;;;
through the greater part of the year. Nothing attracts at-; ten blocks from the entrance and here for location of federal air- Tent Well Heated DramaVaudevilleMusic = ].!.::
tention from motorists like a well laid out farm and there is every seat Inside the enclosure was port. 2 000 SEATS Admission 40c-Children 20c" -::J ; ; i

f" nothing that will cause them to lose interest quicker than field occupied. This seems to Indicate t)usual betting arrangement.-Oc la :"-
that Miami people want races. It Star. They are betting, all right;
1 after field grown up in weeds or lacking the attention every remains to be seen whether they they wouldn't go. there If they were

N, r good farmer! gives his property. will support them without the not.-Palm Beach Independent.

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