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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year,._$1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews Owner and Publisher i

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I VOLUME FIFTY-ONE H1AHKK. FLORIDA FIUDAV. J.\\l'\ltr :23. 10:1.: MTMIiKIl: .
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Annual Meet Asked To Naming Member Injured In Crash ;
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Florida's
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Raisin| For 11)28: Shows Good Year Make Reductions State Road Board _
Warrant InnHnlVciiii I
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For tank antI That Community doubt the wisdom of the state Robert Molphuni
C'bAl'gt'dWith \ \
lias Prospered. Tallahassee, Jan. 22.Florida'sjudicial anything more than Governor Carlton announced Reckless! Driving. '

system, with Its many wa formerly known an a.j 1 Monday that he would very> llkel)' -I
Jo'or"nlon The .annual meeting of the
Prisoner
courts and many Judges will feel school" education This not name the one remaining; member Three men were painfully Injured -
A, M Howard was! arrested! at stockholders! of the Bank of Starke |I I to mean thorough I' of the state road
the effects of the Carlton of +j departmentuntil Tuesday night when a Ford
New River Wednesday afternoonby policy I
was held at the office of the bank In the basic subjects com he returned Wednesday from
Deputy Sheriff Baleden and economy at the forthcoming session I are I coupe driven by Robert Malpbnrsv j
IlVlt Friday night.E. referred as 'reading, rltUr R attending (the Orange Festival At
Sheriff Brannen of Union county, of the legislature. I I of Gainesville, sideswiped a Buick '
S. Matthews, who has been rlthmetlc Certainly! the roan- Winter Htiven.
Howard being wanted by the Un- Increases in the number of circuit i I be car occupied by W H. Gilbert andS. >
not called to
the
president of bank ever since I upon KO i iI In the meantime the acting/
ion county authorities on a chargeof Judges and salaries alone \ M Duggan of Jacksonville the
; its organization twenty-two years II I If that void between the I chairman of I the state road depart.
since the 1927 wession of the leg- accident, hapennlng the Inter.
and near
being drunk disorderly
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and col
ago, was re-elected to that posi- grammar school! meat Robert W Bentley, is look-
islature have added section of
$126.000 to the Brooker
the road with
tion. A. M. Darby, for twentytwoyears I ) must be supplied by public Ing forward to a reorganisation/
Awning/ on Build lugs the expense of administering these it should be by the Insti road thirteen. Both cars were-
vice-president, was! reelected I of the road board so that the
Frank Hollingsworth l la having courts, and state officials declare year practically demolished, the Ford
/; !: of higher
learning at
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and Rawson J, Davis, cashier ly budget run be arranged and
the front of his two buildings on S. that the expansion of the system : : and Tallahassee coupe! burning and the Buick over-
for the past five years was re- I adopted, which, under the
Walnut street painted and a wooden elected. has been all out of proportion to I seems to me that the public must occurr this month. law turning in the ditch. Warrant for

awning built across the front the state's needs. This added expense I --that is. the first eight I the arrest of Malphurs was Issued
Directors for the coming year The governor stated that
of both, One of the buildings is I of $126,000 Is for salaries not -.should be completely and'meeting a Wednesday morning by Judge Oar-
were chosen as follows: J. W. An for this
by Mr. Hollingsworth of Judges only, and does not take purpose by mem- dlner.and will be sent! to Alachu
occupied drews. A. M. Darby, A... It.. Freeman I divorced from the t ters of the new commission did not .
with his shoe repair shop, the other into consideration the attaches our and influence of the Instl- county offlcera! for service.
E. S. Matthews and John
Us- necessarily have to wait for his
rented by the Highway necessary to conduct a court Deputy Sheriff Sapp investigatedthe
being of higher learning. In new <<
low. Dr. "Freeman who has beena appointment of the fifth memberof
Market. state officials can be found cost I give accident reported to him shortly
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fact that small
stockholder In the bank since! its! a very per the board and that unless the
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will not agree that the big tical of those who after It occurred and after look- .
through
organization, was the only new director it"" chairman called' the organization
Theatre Koopeim Wednesday of the circuit court system, a constant /of public school ever enter col- ing over the scene and hearing the*
elected at this! time. He meeting at once he might
According to Information received drain on the state treasurycan the former should ba suggest report of witnesses, drove on toward
was selected to fill the vacancy on : con such u move himselfShotgun '
Wednesday the Gaiety the board made by the death of be reduced without impairing )! the / I on the theory that life must .._ -.---.- Hampton to overtake Mal- ,
Theatre will reopen its doors next its efficiency. | on with only the education e phurs, who had left the scene. Not
Mr. John W. White. d
Wednesday after a shut-down of Following the transaction of Governor Carlton declared today It gives.: Until we effect a re Chase finding hint on the highway, Deputy ,/

several weeks. Mrs. Maddox, the routine business the cashier made that the legislature will be called they I of the kind, Florida' la hard- Sapp retraced his steps after

owner, has been in Atlanta arranging his annual report covering the 'i I upon to take some action with a to have a real educational Ends In Ditch reaching Hampton and located t

for film service and patrons view of remedying the state's over-1 or ), Malphurs walking In the wood' <
operations! of the bank for the ]
( of the house are assured of a 1928. From this report it'' manned Judicial system. RedlsI ,;' all know that we have more along .the highway. Finding him.'?

good run of films.Jlabordanliery year I trlcttng of circuits, he said, is one schools than are necessary.' Two women one man, two nuto. seriously wounded he was brought

was shown that the surplus! fund I, of the greatest needs. i I should assume the burden mobiles one guide, two children, to Starke to the office of Dr. Mid-,
of the bank had been increased -
to Open "And I propose to recommend to 1 i establish them without ref one shotgun made up the rant ot dleton for treatment. '

Paul E. Canova and sister! Mrs. during the year to the extent of the legislature that thin be done, od to county lines, but with I u three-act play enacted Monday, Two other ,Gainesville men. ,(

'Geo. Flynn have leased the corner 33 per cent of the capital stock, the governor stated.! "There Is no ,i to accessibility. At least the first net taking place In Valdosta > Messrs. P. H. and C. 1(. Barco. la

Woodbrldge building and will making the capital and surplus question but that we have too the ) third of the existing lilRlf Ga., when the wife gathered another car Immediately ahead or
the stocka
$45,000.00. and giving
open a mews furnishing store in many circuits and too many could and would be elimi her two -children a shotgun the automobile into which Mal
of share. In ad- '
value $30Q !
the location as soon fixtures and per Judges." II and The counties! left free from and borrowing, an Oldsmobile phurs crashed, told Deputy Sapp
dition this the stockholders
goods arrive.. Only nationally to Since 1922, the number of cir- of expense involved, could from a garage, set out In pursuit that they were forced to leave the

known goods will be stocked, and a were paid a dividend of 25 per cuit Judges; In the states has been Do finance: the common of a gray llulck automobile, I highway entirely to avoid a collision ,

complete line will be available to cent and a liberal amount was reserved more than doubled, while their I system on a basis that which, she had learned carriedher with \Malphurs when he

their customers. I for the payment of taxes! combined salaries have been trip ( be of real benefit to the husband and a flapper bound swung across to the left side or ,

and Interest led. In that year there were 16 tal uifU glils. The high school for a tie or turpentine camp out the rondo The Malphurs car then i iI
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The showed that' while I
Ma ;nolia Cnfe Move: report circuit Judges and today there are to could properly become part of In the Grahani-Hrooker Section I regained the right side of the highway -

The Magnolia) Cafe will occupy the bank paid out large sums of 40. of higher education to The second act took place Monday and swung again to the' left ,!

new quarters in the former Cor- county bond money during the During the 1927 session of the than the grammar grades.; As night at the Intersection of the side of the road as it neared the

pening's Drug Store as soon as alterations year the deposits were somewhat : legislature seven new judicial circuits and of higher education to Brooker road and state road thirteen : Buick, striking near the rear end. rJ

now started on the interior larger at this time than at the were established, 11 new I the It rightfully belongs when the Oldsmobile, fallingto ,causing: the driver to lose come l'I t I,

are completed Arthur Williams beginning of tie year which would i judges added and their salaries I, ly'I ( who expert to enter col make the turn In coming off theft and' overturn In the ditch. ,

the proprietor announced seem to Indicate that Starke and were increased from $6,000 to $7- a ) would lake the high school rook or road while In pursuit of The Malphura! car remained upright (

Wednesday. Friends of this! pop- Bradford county had a prosperous 500 a year. Also the establish I Compulsory education the aforesaid husband, fla'Joper'and'! I on the road swung partly

ular restaurateur will be pleasedto year and made substantial progress ment ofr seven new circuits meant ( not apply to the high school Hulck! stood on Its. mesa In the across the highway/ and officers

hear of his plans, service ob- notwithstanding1 the com the appointment of seven new state I the system I propose There ditch, mixing up the wife, children am now Investigating the ,report

tained at this cafe having earned a plaint of a business! depression In attorneys. 1 I be no connection! between 81111J1hotl/un; with plenty of broken I that Malphurs set fire to his car

name among both local and transient many other parts of the country. | Combined salaries of the 29 'i schools and I limo hitch KliiHR. They were picked up by.. before leaving the serene, after!,

:circles. ,In talking w JJ tft.Hi, Btoqkholders; i judge of the ,21 circuits 1927 ''I Is except a provision -of the University students VrouMlitto\ breaking several five-gallon demijohns
President Matthews! expressed the Or )'ul'ks' olllce for Uenlment.Slllt I 'I
totaled $174,000 while that of the
I I cry { entry Into the high supposedly containing liqtnor.
Tnkctt PrlMoiifi-M I to :Nassau' opinion that the business outlook II!, \ lighting mad Hit wife Insisted ,
|I40' judges of the 28 circuits today / without examination of any Malphurs Will under the influence -
W J, and Dep- for this section was never better.therefore '
Sheriff I Epperson on the University buys the
taking
I amounts to $300,000, an Increaseof 'of girl who has completed the I of liquor when arrested by
uty Sapp left Wednesday for Milliard that the Bank of Starke party to ]11 l'Ookt', and I they finally
$12 .000 In the salaries paid to ing. or I'ornmon'IIrhool : Deputy flu I'I', and remains of at
taking Truby Green and Ed might reasonably look; forward to ''Cft'edI I'uvldl'd the shotgun and
', circuit judges alone in the past Ito Under the system I pro least t three demijohns were picked
Silcox to the Nassau county road 1929 as the' beet year in its bin-1 I IU buckshot shells left behind
two years, records of H. Clay er our schools would tense to i were nut of the mus ot glass by officers

Rang, where they will begin serv- tory. He stated that the bank now !i Crawford, secretary of state, show. the child who can KO on fur I utter the lire cooled
ing their sixty day sentence for has on its books not lens than one I 1(3 The third net will take place
There are 28 state attorneys today ; than the giamniu grades. AH' During the progress of the fire
the larceny of a )tog. They were thousand depositors all of whom I when the pulr again meet and this
an Increase; seven since the ( that boy or girl la robbed that (the road was lined with cars, and
convinced at the Tuesday term of seem well pleased with the service -, Home."I act .will determine whether It will
last session of the legislature, with laud fortunately situated children the second accident happened!;
county court, and being unable rendered to them. The bank :, bo called a comedy or tragedy.; If '
salaries averaging about $6,000 a : he advanced towards the when' a Mavis truck towing another -
'to pay the $10 fine and costs, will numbers among Its depositors he and the flapper are successfulIn
year each. Its \ of higher learning attempted to pass through ae:
nerve out their sentence on the many of the leading business men I I ___ dodging the contents of a shotgun -
Salaries paid by the state to cir- 1 too high rate of speed. The towed
road gang. and a majority of the most progressive cuit judges, state attorneys and : rolling\ pins, linger nails or cur crashed Into a Ford owned by.: I

-- and substantial farmersof their total \ Will any other weapons generally John smashing in
assistants nearly $500- Penalty McKlnney, the,
$trawlN'rrlBlovlnjC: ,
this section. "This accounts .
brought Into play byI. member 'of
of berries have 000 a year."Anyone. front. The driver was arrested by
Several crates for our steady and continuous I tile fair Hex when riled/ it can
that of and brought back to
been shipped this week by local I can see many Pared Should Deputy Sapp
When friends
growth. our prosper rightly be termed a comedy-drama,
usually comingin these courts and judges are not the scene, and later allowed to goon
buyers, the offering we prosper! ," Mr. Matthews for there will be serious
some
needed bald of State agreeing to for the
small quantities and being 'concluded. Secretary Futch Bill Pass pay damage -f
I moments before
for shipment. Some of Crawford "and something should I the lord of the done 1
grouped manor again comes Into his. own.
be done about[ it at the next session !- '
the finest berries ever seen on those the COUNTY COURT I of the legislature" [ Dick ; I bill reducing the Interest on Otherwise, "please omit 00W(>I'8." ii.i.Mi'To.v m\rii: y yOI'EN ,
have been among .tL'IMC
platform week but one Crawford cited one Instance I taxes, for the first year, Finally, there Is one Lake Butler : 4 ;
offered for sale this ,
HOLDS SESSIONAt whet'e one small and'sparsely pop the present rate of twenty- who will never again act as
his
buyer reports some of with purchases I ulated county constituted an entire to the "'Iorldllellal guide to a woman who lugs a shot- Big opening dance will be glvetair; ;;

to have been filled berries every judicial circuit within Itself. Bay eight per cent will be In- gun'and buckshot shells while on at Hampton Beach, Thursday eve ,

imaginable sort of refuse of- the regular monthly term of county on the gulf coast has a full (, Into the next legislature her way to join her husband There nlng Jan. 31, featuring; Eddie NorrU .

underneath the top layer county court Tuesday, \Messrs. time circuit judge drawing a full '' T. G I. Futch', of Leesburg, Is also a garage In Vuldosta whoso and Collegian Orchestra: 4

exceptionally fine fruit. This methodof prac- I Lennie Teston, Pat Gristle, Louis time salary, while the business of 'I senator' from the twenty- I proprietor will debute while be- Preparations' are now going oil: i 1

tice is not general, but this boundto and Theodore Crews were found the ourt necessitates! only about / district It Is believed by fore lending the use ot a car to a to make this opening the beet and. N'''
getting rid of cull fruit is of the charge of similarly Thereare most 'Intere \ that
not guilty open two sessions a year, he said big Futch that adoption of the wonjuii equipped. t\111C Hampton
result In unsatisfactory pricesto and conductby /1 also two children will Beach has had. ?
profanity disorderly He also expressed the opinion are (I will mean the early res who remember yet Good order i$ -

those who put up an honest the Jury The four were arrested that many of the extra judges in to the tax book ot many to their last day what a assured everyone, and the bentrdance

pack on complaint of J. J, Halt the larger circuits) were not needled I of land now held by ,the bump their bends received when floor in the state, and musical
--'-- who lives the highway a short they were thrown from the that will please and [
Sunday Afternoon Drive near and that the courts could function '; : the counties or the munlcl- rear everyone make j

-- distance south of Lawtey, who al- I efficiently with fewer judges .. \ ". seat against the back of the front you Ktep.

For Starke people who are "all leged they used profane languageand I( with an, Improved system of districts. ( of the proposed meas sent. There will be a flapper who For an outing, there Is not better

dressed up and nowhere to go"next threatened members of his Allen limit its provisions to will be extremely reluctant to place to go than Hampton!

family. Holding up of cars and again poach on another woman's ,Beach, where you can go bathing.
Sunday afternoon, a trip to In the eleventh circuit the Miami far 1, 1929. In other words re
Belvedere Nursery on beautiful firing guns on the highway were I district there are four circuit each would have to be macho I prtlllervell; and a husband who will boating and fishing to your heart's
also assigned to them by the com- f agree that hell Is atl Iceberg when content,
Lake Santa Fe is recommended by Judges. lu the fourth and sixth before that date In order for

Mr. J. S. C Collins, the owner. Mr. plainant In addition to the offense there are three and in five circuits. I well to take advantage of compared to a wife on the warpath There will be dancing: every:

with which they were charged. In Interest rate Af Thursday night; and souvenirs for:
and Mrs.. Collins were In Starke the first, second and third, tenth
and In Truby Green and Ed Sllcox petit \\ the law would be all the big opening; night, Don'
Tuesday for a short time and thirteenth, there are two I present ,
i conversation! with the reporter Mr. larceny, were found guilty by the Judges, Hlllsborough county Is in year I'II.WII'r XIU\:04: : forget Jan. 31,, at Hampton Iteachi:;
of I.V 1.UTIJ.IZ.nThe : :
Collins stated the trip would be Jury with a recommendation the thirteenth circuit. Bloll the case of a property Casino. +

well worth taking for a glimpse of mercy on account of the conditionof What action, It any. the legislature I who permitted his taxes to issued iticiivi.s: : : SH11'MI'NT1'ONY :
both men's families. The pairwas report monthly by
the japonlca blooms alone. Many will take toward reform of the delinquent three years HKKUIttKllATOU.1i: :
with the larceny of a the Inspection bureau, departmentof
other beautiful flowers'' and shrub- charged state's Judicial system! Is problematical Col. Futch laid "Redemp ,
I.
and Judge GardIner agriculture, Bradford
bery plants are now at their best hog from a negro I but when the legislatorsstart his would mean that he gave Messrs. Snyder a Gristle received;",
assessed! them $10 and costsor county a total ot 206 tons of fer.tlllier -
and a trip through the groundsand 60 days In Jail. Although seeking! ways and means to have to pay, In Interest, for December, an Increase the first lot of pony refrigerators,'

to the lake shore will prove In- shown In sentencing, cut expenses It Is not likely that I ented fifty per cent of the jot' six tons over the amount used Wednesday morning for handling:

teresting. The road Is hardsur- | mercy was the defendants this branch of the state govern of an annual levy. during the preceding month. Sales berry shipments from the local '
granted
-taced all the way from Starke anda none was ment wllll be overlooked. parts owners of property platform, two trucks and trallersi'j!\'',
'In the stiff lecture handed them by or less than one 1014 are not In- :
short to redeem it, The
the Melrose road a bringing load'of hundred '
sign on a one
of his re- cluded In these figure For the
In course
the Judge.
distance north of Earletoh Beach. HT. MAIIK'B sacs the counties and the cities I from a Plant City manufacturer. 1
marks Judge Gardiner stated the state a total of 45,77ft tons were'
Indicates. the place to turn off. his docket at this \ heavily hardened used in December' aa compared Additional boxes will be purchase]j ,
seven men on There be lands tbat yield them no
will be morning service I as the demand increases.
with 61.346 tons fbr November.UKATIIKIt j r,1,
with larceny
term charged petit
Tag Period Short and celebration of the Holy Com after In taxes and for which .

Slightly more than half of Bradford were white thus reversing the situation munion on next: Sunday at Saint a* fled no aal@ : ICKfORT: I I'MKM: 6:1,TIS!> Ci.tLLO.NM 'J;

county car owners have secured usually found with a majority Mark's Episcopal church at eleven convinced that many de. -- :,!

their 1929 license tags. Miss at least of negroes guilty of .o'clock. All Invited to attend. I : taxpayers would get back Jan. 15 to Jan. 2%. 1929 For the month of December !

:Margaret Long local tag distrib this offense. so, ( to their holdings! it they Date Max Mum Preclpt. Bradford county consumed 63,7590(,,

utor stated Thursday and the last Sentence was! suspended! on Springs last October. I do so by paying the taxes in Jan. 15 77 46 .01 gatolna of gasoline and 17.S9Iirtf,

day Is January 31st. No further Green and'Silcox on the second Isaac Dell petit larceny; plead He with au interest charge of Jan. 18 80 63 gallons of kerosene, as 'compared;
and charge of driving a car without guilty. $25 and costs. :
extensions! will be granted his per cent. Jan. 17 80 60 Tr. with 69.170 gallons of Kasolin

cars operating without the neW' lights. D. F. Brown, selling mortgaged other words, taking off l two- Jan. 18 81 58 and 7.991 of kerosene for tluf

tags from the morning of February Wilbur Dennison George Williams1. property; held for circuit court. or more of the first year's Jan. 19 80 59 month of November.For f

tat will be stopped and their owners General Mullln, larceny of Truby Green resisting arrest! ; have charge would change the Jan. 20 79! 60 ,the state the total consumof

arrested. The state tag officer chickens! ; case continued for term held for circuit court. aspect of the things. I be Jan. 21 82 59Jan. tlon was> reported as 20.043.17fj

has t notified authorities that Jan. on account of sickness of prosecuting Robert Dorsey, cursing; plead I all 22 83 60 gallons of gasoline and 17,89 ,/ ''" ,

31st is the final day and asked the witnesses.\ guilty, $1 and costa. "Just Total rainfall ,01 gallons kerosene for December :

co-operation of officer In seeing Hudson, Morgan petit larceny; Nelson Greqa.ifra-ud; ..delndantdischarged Myers-Inter-County Tele -.--- Figures given out for Novemb: ||,

that no can are operated from that found not guilty. Morgan was npijn payment of costs. te. Telegraph.Company plans Plant City Plans progressing were 18.336.610 callous of .a8Ol!);

date without the proper license charged with robbing the Wainwright Haywood Rl,*, passing worthless will and expansion program for erection of new Federal building line and 2,600,007 gallon of kern$ ::

-ta*. store near 'Jlel1 ronn checks; continued for term. lows to $150,000. e sene. "

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/. II, ,) :1NBM.1MILY ABBOTT moved Plant City. : congress- Radio Rides SuccessfullyI"! i-( 1 ---

1'' ;: r CLAIMKU BV DEATH Mrs. Abbott possessed a rare' woman-elect will again cooperatewith

k;' if- personality. Her keen business the general extension division On Finest Railway, Trains
z1, :: 4 :Mrs. Emily Abbott passed away
Judgment undaunted determination of the University of Florida in
1 about 2 o'clock Saturday morning BRADFORD
: and strength of character en- sponsoring the second annual Flor I -"_ .- .
+ y; at her home on Tever street She
I had been III since Christmas day abled her to rear a large family ida state high school oratorical LED

.J \'" but was thought to be Improving during the civil war and recon- contest. To the champion oratorsin School Journal

.'/ ,f the last few days, and her death struction period, with, honor and 18 Fast Coast counties Mrs. ,e A High

came suddenly credit to herself and children. Owen will give scholarship at MI- y55'uwa.l.,
(*+.4" o.r
v of Mr. She is survived by four sons, ami university each of which is x I
Mrs. Abbott, daughter .
? \ I' end :Mrs. Godfrey Odom, was born Dr. II. L. Cone, Oklahoma City; valued. at $225.Necessary t.if 111Md r I! .... .
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: ; January 31, 1841 at Sheraw near changes In Florida'stax :.J
: S. C In early childhood Cone and J, A, Abbott Plant City; *
; Charleston laws will again come under EXAMS: :NEXT WKKK: ; up with many vacant Fridays still
r the family moved to Florida. four daughters, Mrs. W. M, 110110-
scrutiny at an all-day meeting to ahead. However there Is
eve, ',-
'J locating at Fort Call near Lake I way Jacksonville; Mrs. Marlon A. be held at Orlando Friday, Jan- The annual mid-term examination -
r' II O'Steen Alachua and Mrs. W. J. possibility that the local qulnttt
Butler. In 1850 the deceased was uary 18th, under the auspices of brings to a close the first !
'' quarried; to Louis Nathaniel Cone O'Steen High; Springs; One sinter the Florida Association of Real semester of the present term, next will get off to an impromptu gtai, '
ta
t who was a Confederate veteran. Mrs. N E. Moody. PJant city and Estate Boards, which will\ be at- t p v week. The first test will begin this afternoon

',, ; To this union were born four sons numerous grandchildren, great tended by representatives of the 4. tiar y Tuesday.The At this writing, it is not known
and four daughters. grandchildren and great great just what teani will visit Starki-
fifty-three real estate boards asyve11 schedules have been posted, !
flt I In 1870 her husband died, years grand children. of as by county tax collectors ... ,, and as an Intensive review has and
,? 1 later she became the wife of James Funerallervlces! were held from county commissioners delegates .,- k..1. been completed, It Is expectedthat Alachua pending, several other

+ ,? a Abbott who served In the Indian New Hope Primitive Baptist from state business organizationsand the majority of the students nearby teams are trying to make

1 war. To this union were born two church of which she was a mem- other interested persons. f f will be thoroughly prepared. connections with the Tornado five

tr" 7 Bonn and one daughter. She con- ber. Interment was jn New Hope e e a s Including Cedar Keys and a Law-

tinued living in the vicinity of cemetery.-Plant City Enterprise Jacksonville Imperial Theater LIBRARY GIVEN ('ONGIIESNIONAL- tey Boy Scout team.

L 9 Lake Butler until 1926 when .sheji" Jan 18. : extensively Improved.I. : r- r /;._ : RECORD The game played today will

-- '. come off at the Tornado court ai

'. ; '>>::"I'.&;! _.. ., ..' Three complete sets of the Con- 3:30.: Quite a gathering of local

I : irate Refuge in the Days of the Old Spanish MainI' oroI : '* gressional Record for the years I fans Is expected to drop around

I. 1926, 1927 and 1928, were recently and look over Coach Ray's outfit
f
Now Retreat Where Millionaires Count Up Their Gain I Radio on railway trains posiied the plementcd by: bUlletin. sent out from received for the hlghy school as either Waldo or Alachua should

;: experimental stage and. proved' It. I the general omce In Chicago to stations library as a gift from Congressman supply plenty of opposition.
r, practical use when the election returns along the way which, were I .
valu-
H. A. Green. This is a
',v ,_ v wx.w+., "." .. ,_. <' < were satisfactorily radioed to picked up oy the conductors and NEW GOALS ERECTEDTwo :
:r"" ,.'f > t <"ssd ,,.<< .-,< passengers on seven of the most important pissed: through the trains. able addition to the library.
,,' train. of the Chicago & North Reports from all trains were to the .
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brand adorn
.
< ,< < < '" new goals theTornado'bltsketball
< <,; ". ,, Weetetn Railway the first railway la effect that the reception was clear U":"'. RAYMOND /SPEAKS!
,<'. < <:<< '< ,," ,,<<."< _< -:": < 1>> Install such service. and distinct and came In satisfac IN CILU'EL EXEHCISE; ; court Vndei
,< ,
"" <"" < '< <-"". .<""'-. >< ,..."1'!"" < Election returns were received oy torily'all evening, with no difficultyIn the direction of Coach Ray, several
.,<..', .< < < ; = '" < <<: << the Corn King Limited. the RochesterMinnesota exceptions: were In a small area the
-\ < Ing activities during past week-
"" .. .. ;;w;... < -< the new ;year in the chapel exercise -
0 Special. the San FranCisco through which one train passed where
$ .
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+ P .. ; .. end and removing the old posts,
,
11 aAraRGtllco and
: << of a week ago, impressed -
v < '. < Overland Limited the Los Angeles there were high power transmission
",,p,
built overhanging goals. The old
0< < '' Limited, the Gold Coast Llmteo: | lines: and power houses and across I ed student body with one of
..r.;!, < : ,< <", <, and the Portland Limited. ana HIP bridges, and the volume slacked the strongest talks heard In the goals were placed in a practice

_.....mm. < >xt"._ -_._..._____ -< "- -" ____n<..:... lounge care in which the returns were Hjhtly: on the curves. Bradford assembly this term. court.
received were crowded with' people ]I ."There' was no bowling- static a
'* <'cbcotoCAll standing until after Mr. tlocver t VICtory even when other trains passed by," I Choosing no particular subject, Orange Park Plans progress.'ing
yi t J'NO.RTABS7JtgCAf( IE6'Rgs'IrtrvDThe : was conceded a little after ten according to one report "but every Rev. Raymond offered more of a ,' for organization of modern fire

,. ; 'tV o'clock. A few passengers stnyd. ut time we crossed a bridge the set would ( discussion of things of principal ,department.
pirates' refuge, of the old days until the radio was shut off at one !BO dead for the length of the bridge Interest to high school students.
; ot the Spanish Main, has become a"mWlonalre. : o'clock. The radio service was .,I'" "'>4: then come to life again | He called attention to a number Pensacola Large bridge will
Santa Rosa Sound
' i retreat. : erected across
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Where the sea rovers once mdway. : -- lof fine thoughts brought out by a from this section to Santa Rosa

.'to sort their plunder and plan : Mexican President's Act Rotary speaker In Jacksonville. Island in near future.
;the forays. Captains of Industry now : Brings Joy I Merit was given to the newspaper, Mayo New Lancaster Land

';; i eek'solitude to cast up their profits terming it was "Next to the Bible building at Main and Monroe
.and recuperate for new ventures Inthe 'n 1 To All Users of Gasoline and Fuel Oil ''our most valuable' literature" streets completed.

Held of Big Business. w .
,F Most notable of all the rendezvous I I FORMER: HTfDEXTPIRUSHES: Dade City Cain Brothers en
't r for America's plutocratic personal- I ARTICLE large tire store on Seventh and
< ties Is the exclusive and aloof Coco- II + Church streets.
1 Club located' the Florida II I a ahcXrCO'sCri6F \
lobo among
RnoER4 The friends of Merton I
': Keys, about forty miles from Miami I many HBSK328ISES3C3COFFINS II
wfil Ii Clark, former student of Bradford I
of the old
I in the very heart pirate /.B CASKETSand
,I' &
'1 % stronghold. will be interested in learning that

)ter Just across from Cocolobo Cay, 'w : .. Merton recently published an arti- a Full Line ofUndertakers f ft
on which the club .Is tucked away, is t. '''9-J cle concerning Delsel Engines, In

Black Caesar's Island where the notorious a:oc::=; ; AUFJJ7/1E M/LAIONRIrZES'1t6Tr.EI1; Q" I the Intregal a mid-western col- t Supplies I

; I Black Caesar reigned. By the _.. _. __ lege science magazine. Merton Is
means of fake' riding IlKhta. simu-. joy men i. away nom the: curious pretentious. The buildings are simple AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
In Deisel Engines and
d specializing ,
+, 1 s those ol a boat at anchor, be crowd and prying eyes, they may dis- In design, but In their accommodation '
v used to lure unwary shipping Into port themselves in a sylvan paradl.e.and. they are the last word In com- x Is preparing at the Trl-State Col- Alwar *n hand. Tbs art ...-.-

the shoal water surrounding the when Inclined, cast a line for fort. The chief attraction, however At9emu. lege of Indiana.ItASKETIlALL at tendon the lowest.. t odestlp.elsl.I.l .r.pb *r i key. There, once aground, they were the fighting sailfish amberjack and Is the opportunity for relaxation and -.- KMBALMKIt .
r a" I looted at leisure. barracuda which abound In the sport amid tropical surroundings, but ,Kt.'HKl: ).
+ '. Among theae keys, too, wes the warm waters surrounding the key. well away from the curious crowd. I I'LK INCOMPLETE DEWITT C. JONES

..' ?"rr'4 r :, biding place of the Ill-lamed Morgmn About forty Individuals ranking For no less than did the former STARKE. FLA.
; y one of the moat feared of the among the world's wealthiest make piratical residents of these keys, the The Tornado's basketball schedule
4u ; t old pirate chieftain, whpee depredation up the membership of the Cocolobo members of the Cocolobo Club like for 1929 is slowly shaping ,
i ; formerly made the Florida Keys Club. It opens for Its "season" on to keep out of the limelight. Miami.

a region to be shunned by all cauiUous December 15 and close. April IS. an hour away by speed-boat provide. '- 'a ..,..... f.Y -
rt ..klppere.X No such plebeian thing M "ex contact with the business world when:

'fill'r' Only the porting mariner-the pense* Is permitted to annoy members that I II necessary. Good'new, for every American gasoline -
?gl t' one ready to "take a chance"-ventured during their stay. Costs are But aloofness seclusion privacy or oil user comns trom Mexico ,
11t, .\ among these keys In the days never mentioned and no bills are In their deed. and doings-and aboveall City where President Calles has rec-
L; when pirates ranged the Main. And presented during a member's stay. the ease of existence on a tropic ognized and enlarged the rights of Safety silence and
It Is the spirit of sport that now After be has left a statement of his Isle-these remain today, ae In the foreign oil companies' operate In ,
_ i J. lead. the favored of fortune to Coco- club account for the season U forwarded romantic days of old the chief lure the southern republic.

y lobo. Here In the quiet retreat that to his secretary of those wbo seek retirement on Co 'ren years ago Mexico ruled all
y{' t1'qti' I I la maintained for their exclusive en- Externally, the club layout U not colobo Cay._ American oil titles acquired before simplicity are features

.J. I.' May 1, 1937. were limited to fifty .e
I years. American capital and the slate
a Cuba's Mile-Long Scenic Highway Ready in Three ears. department contended that the regulations a

were conftscator,. A long ex of the new Ford

Irf; No Limits No Grade Cost Millions/ change of government notes follow
fb Speed ; Crossings; 75 ed. More than once relations betweenthe

two republics were at the break
err '. .
: ;. ,; ;r ; .. ing point. Then Colonel Lindbergh six-brake
... .. AU.HIH& WORK ON flew to Mexico City President Callei f7/ systemONE
,
"
I Warren Bros. Company CUBAN >., A suggested! a new oil law. The Mexican
%
.u CENTRAL
{ \ It, and now
;r t' )ti : t Contractors, Rushing 1f16AV. t .' wr \ l3K\ 9 the southern congress executive approved has signed the

I measure All American oil titles ob-
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p,', !:,,:,1! .% i n'> t Huge (Road T as I" *, 'jiz' a I talned before May 1, 1927. are recog-
'nlzed as valid forever, lutlgMP
"a eO$1'ON.-Cuba" marvelous 705 I "United States capital thus In encouraged

_ is Im l" y y, ..mile-long Central Highway, the ; to develop oil lands In Mexico -
; + +,11 ,largest single contract ever awarded I, so as' to create flew sources of ply of cheap fuel all for which our
,
fj t t fuel." commented C. D. Williams, ,burners are designed, and which ,IS abyproduct
; will be completed within three year j& ,
president of the Williams Oll-O-Mattc resulting from the manufacture -
w, n1r '! 'according. to Warren Bros Company Heating Corporation of BlOOmington, I of gasoline. The more auto-

"r '+1 I International contractors. The road Illinois, world's largest makers of oil) mobiles there are the greater the
] .
i. burners. "This Is just another assurance supply of this cheep byproduct fuel
,ia I,, will cost 75.080,000., an average rat I ,.. !
of a continued immense sup- for our burners."
c. ; s. ot I06.4S8 per mile It will, nev. non

i ':,|', grade crossings and no limits to speea : of the first things you this construction, the entire-

.Outside the settled communities. i. : tq-SaflrT1 Edison To Dethrone Cotton And Cause The will notice when you drive surface of the shoe is
'
Th Cuban Central will _. : V tf**ii>o : Rubber Plant To In Southland
It' .1' Highway + : Reign ; the new Ford is the quick, brought in steady, uniform

run through the "backbone" ot Cuba : yes HW ii 'Wizard Renews Experiments At Ft. Myers effective, silent action of its contact with the drum the
from Plnar del Rio in the West to
*. -- six-brake system. instant you press your footon
>,' Havens, and on to Santiago. passing *
through the capitals ot six provinces Fort Myers, Fla., Jan 18Cotton ter than ever before In his research This the the brake pedal. This
tlffirJ&m gives
:t ( 'Tb Oversea Highway at Key West !ta ,. > .. long the powerful monarch of r He arrived here this week system of you and prevents screeching and
k fi highest degree safety
'Flft. will open the 'road to American
\ 'I. motorists who follow the Dixie Highway ', Hovreor \ $ / the Southland, may be dethroned for the rest of the winter'and yes- reliability because the four- howling and makes the Ford

+ 'I" ; ? by a six hour auto ferry to .. .r ,,. overnight by the rubber plant. terday walked over his acres of wheel service brakes and the brakes unusually silent in
,,/ e I '. Jiavana.i .__J .e lalGMwAY e de4. That Is, if the dream of Thomas' experimental plants before operation.
4\, rb road fulfill the dream ot yearsot ) Q I A. Edison the creative genius who settling separate emergency or parking
I '/; President Ocrardo Machado of .; 0.a down to Ills laboratory work today.
4 << ;; turned night into day comes true. brakes are all of the Another feature of the
Cuba. Secretary ot Public Wcrks ..
a'm 1 Cespedes. and the Cuban people, who And Edison believes his dream I$ Florida shippers-sent out 3,602-, mechanical, internal expanding Ford brakes is the ease of

_ ti t com from far to see the huge road STANOARO e f very near realization. 154 boxes if citrus fruit during type, with braking adjustment.The .

1 ; equipment at work. BR/0d RArLlNe s + a Spry and In high spirits, the three months of state Inspection surfaces fully ;: : The contract with Warren Bro Inventor resumed four-wheel brakes
aged today work service ended December lv--Boston -
r'\ J Company, which, comprises about Bv* protection against mud
A In his new and modern laboratoryhere' News Bureau. are adjusted by turning a
fL'i if' hundred miles of the highway, I* in 4V water sand etc.
AUTY ,
V :gym ACOB on experiments that he be- locatedon
r Ir ,.11 A dent with W. C. McDonald in .twat.;; wuaNvA lieves will give the United Statesan $35,000 packing house here. s The many advantages of the outside of each brake

+ .' i charge of construction assisted by emergency supply of rubber in Fort Meade Vero Ruskin this type of braking system plate. This screw is so
4 : $ I I 1. B. Stafford In many sector construction wartime. state highway association recentlymet
have been
) long recognized. notched that all four brakes
I la going ahead night and r
For a long time the electrical
here to discuss proposed short
,t .r'I' ,, ,'
_ .1'i 4" .. crusher prodigious dredgers amount rollers of road machinery and other + research. He has analyzed more the new Ford through a listening to the "clicks.. "

+ 1/ t equipment. Between Bayamo ann than 25,000plants, weeds and series of mechanical im-
ld I The or park
,. :,illolquln. in the eastern part ot the shrubs In his search for a plant provements embodying emergency
g r } island four gasoline shovels disappeared that can be turned Into rubber. : much that is in ing brakes on the new Fond
k \; .i for three month. a* they ate r And now'Edison Is confident that I new design require little attention.However
IdA : their way through sixty miles ot solid Y, and manufacture. A particu-
M .. v'i he has found a plant which will should they need adJustment
jungl 1 t i larly unique feature is the
', Tb great highway' wlll b* one at produce rubber; la commercial i is a good market for at any time, consult
the scenic drives of the world with quantity and quality. A careful simple way by which a special Ford dealer for
.'" I magnificent panorama ot ruggvo study of the plant will be made by what you wish to sell drum has been constructed your

d', f r. r i mountains, especially In Camctnleif lI a s Edison within the. next five to permit the use of prompt, courteous, and economical *
l i. and Orient province At one poln'.ll1.IonQ service. lie works
I months.It :
.1 'b..route'more than one bun I : USE two sets of internal brakes
was expected: that Edison will under close factory
fi fail thousand palm. are to o* seenr the super.
Circa ..... ... _.,.....\ ,UP..I.iIf! I on rear wheels.A .
.
_ r l[ from a turn in the hill The cllmat r :o 7 I have within the next few days disclosures The Classified Columns :visIon and he has been specially
TYPlt ,
"
f"r t. cool in the mountain the toiiauet' HIWAY:" C
;'(r I* 1aCDI een\. Pinar del Rio province I ing short of startling, revolutionary. : in
braking
', t* *Uo superbly I hilly and tractive and. with the txc-cpiiun ol C'ftDk grade in no CaM exceed n.. per cent It may make the vast area performance to help you get the greatest
when the rod I Ie Onlshed lateral block paving on selected sections, t* II per mile I of the South a rubberproducingInstead : The TAMPA DAILY effected by the self-center possible use from your car
'" :,; rlU b* built to the Cuban port and overlaid by two Inches of WarreoiteBltullthlc. The new highway will not only ing feature of the four- the
over longest period
of eott I t
a n-produclng
r ; coast cities giving road to som laa providing a shock-sbsorD open Cuba to more diversified farming I section TIMES '
'ye'e' 'i....ugur> mill The road will o* paved Ing surface very tough and wear resistant but will open veritable lairy- I It was believed. It wizard' ; I I wheel nrUes-an of time at a mini

n' : .It* enure length. 30.66 feet wide with and protecting the lad-bear land to thousands ot tourist. who : dream cornea true. "Florida's Great l exclusive Ford de- mum of trouble andvelopment.Tllrouglt

i 9,84 foot shoulders on cither fide.Ir Ins portion from aeruioo and the Cock to Cuoa, during the winter !i Despite the rapid approach of I I '
'. total ever SO feet It will constn oft Impact of trs. fieIt also! protct the month fishing" bunting. Mtbtn Home Daily" r expense*
"I i dph.2. Inches ot crushed rock, six means ..cement from the effect ot beat u. a delightful winter climate. quaint his 82nd birthday, the Inventor In
4S, '<. ..of Portland cement concrete at the pansloo The work include many III*, and strange architecture, and ; in high spirits and expects to work Tampa FORD
\ ", ,: center and nine inches at the sides, embankment, fill and cut 'be very bospltabl people ai* the >lur> *. I I harder and longer hour this win- .__ I MOTOR\ COMPANY

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Clearwater Plnellas county I will be for the slaying of moth, -- a-a.. .... "'.

annual fair is getting to be something ,i er.lnIawho was shot at the -
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of an institution. It baa Just I same time. a a a ,_i : : I
I i
been held at Largo for the twelfth Winter Haven Conferences : iiit

time. That city was bedecked I In of legislators proposed for St + F 1
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flags, banners and buntings. Cloud, January 17, and Orlando,, .
a a a I January 18, have been called off,, :.=. .

Ormond Thia city lost a rest l. and the lawmakers who were to .... =

,lent for( 46 years when Mrs. Mar; have met there to discuss pros ; I! a 4

Price died recently at the -.
Delle 'pective citrus legislation for 1929,

age of 76. She was one of the will all concentrate on a similar -...-

early) settlers, and was prominent I i gathering to be held here during

ly Identified In church and soda the Florida Orange Festival, Jan .... r.r..r.. 1 I

life of the community. I uary 24, it was announced I 1 i I I i I ..,
S a a a Y

Ocala A modern ice factor] St. Petersburg There will be rSrcMl.ol.NUy brk.I .
,
be constructed here. Bid t i
Is to few tax reforms at the coming aT''V
have already i
for the proposed plant
session of the Florida legislature; ,e,..
The FlorIda
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been requested.
unless the lawmaking body la
Ice Company, of .
West Coast
changed trom a personnel of "old
,
Ibis city, Is behind the project. I fasloned ideas," James Booth, \
W a a *
former member, told members of
Ft. Lauderdae --' T. A. Ham ,
the Optimistic club, meeting here.
who escaped from the Alabama -
mlck,
I Lessening of the tax burden on ,
knocking a. I
state prison by real estate by increasing: It on t I
..
,guard in the head, was recaptured commodities will take concerted I IrcNE '
returnedto e'.m btotaavAel i """ '. '' !'
at Miami, and has been !!t.- -
action on the part of property owners
the penitentiary. lIe waa servIng ,
he declared.
a life sentence for murder I Monte In Troy, N. T" where t II ie detachable collar was born

when he effected his getaway. I a a a a Inset Mr. Montague.
a a a .
''
Ocala-Only about five per cent It wa Blue Monday, Mr, Hannah Mrs. Montague got out her sewing i
Fort Myers There was nearly basket. She made selvage edges on
$4,000,000 on deposit in the foul of the motorists of the state ob Lord Montague elbow deep In washtun collars, and neckband, and attached

banks of Fort Myers at the close serve the> 1927 Florida law calling SIKH. paused to survey her work tape to the collar to tie about toe 'l I I

-of 1928, according to the I Instltutlona for stopping, looking and listening and to philosophize. neck. '!

financial statements, Just is. a( railroad grade crossings, "1 - declare," ruminated Mrs Thus In the little houM at 139. !
the 1929 safety committee of the Montague "Orlando'' sure la a lot of Third street In Troy. New York sometime
sued. The exact amount was $3, L'VIAQ born the detachable rt1
) taoot. trouble. What with his having to In the 1830'a: was .
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad,
'1)77,283.22 Total resources were "" '. wear clean linen to work life Is lust collar. The modern men's 1 1collar
Ocala district, was told in a report 1 the outgrowth of HanaiUa
given as $5.123,792.30.Orlando tss one washtub after another Oats *
a a a a read at a meeting of that body ( his collars so dirty Never the rent of I Montague's invention Th comfortable '
here. The general sentiment of wash' starched neckwear of today, nea*
An automobile show, the shirt. It 1 could only .
three days beginning the committee was that the general the collar without and business like la appearance la.man'
to last for .17'J from the Blue>
inheritance
should be educated to Mrs. Montague caught a deep *
public
with February 7, is being plannedfor resolution of a wash-Urea
.rm's Monday
ahlrt at
local automobile the Importance of stopping I. j vx d breath. She rained a
Orlando by a a a aktNtlN 1lLbgfg; LA err' + r length turveyed It glared at It. Mrs housewife.
dealers. Tentative plans call for _..... *MoittffU...>'*..|aw aet and her eye hardened When It was proposed to manufacture -

an extensive program. Those behind .- J'I"'f''oa" : .. .... She looked furtively about her. collar on a large Male, Prof..
n scholar of the time.stated
the show say there will be .N.NNNHNit'HAMPTON A pair of shears. Deliberately, determlnedly Amos Eaton a and),
entertainment features. e AN L'M'SfAL HCXGALOW of solid sticks. The Interior of .gable, the unusual Iron lantern, Mr. Montague seized them It was folly to waste time
under taking.
many a a a ; the living room Is shown here the thatch-roof effect of the .shin. and slashed seized the another collar shirt from and the slash shirt I I Today money the on so score petty or aa more hug factories

Ft. Lauderdale A unique HUa Ad. nitnra. ('.e, (By R. C. Hunter & Bro., Archts,, with. The curved ceiling andun, glee over th front( door the flowerpot ed She the collar from It. And another send the products to all part,

method of collecting taxes was NaN................+e+. New York.) usual fireplace making attractive cut-outs on the shutters. Al and another, and when ahe had On- of the world where millions of well

adopted here when the city commission What bride would not be delighted features. There Is a very wttruc- are the notes of Individuality thai lulled her feverish cutting there lay droned men. attaching their neat

appropriated the sum ol Ray Colley of Lake Wales spent with this quaint little bun. live dining alcove, a well equipped! result in a harmonious and attractive Orlando shirts In one pile, Orlandosicollars starched collar of a morning attest
the week-end with friend! and the shortsightedness of the professor
$7,250, to be used In soliciting delinquent I galow. kitchen rear porch and entry with whole. \} lu another. ,__ -
relatives here. house eliminateslots for the ice box and two gen It la not everywhere that alt me.
one-floor
outoftownproperty The
taxes from space :''Ii r.\ssi\fiin: : : Ht'JI"Un.I'Sl1ealllJllnK : ; No. 102-Arrlvea Starke 4:40: p.
Lacrosse
Norrla of pastorof
owners. A series of nine I Rev of extra steps for the busy erous bed rooms with tiled bath. tlve houses are neen and such I tone m.

letters Is to be sent to each owner the First Baptist church here, housewife who will find It no more( Plenty of closets are Provided thus as the above! would prove ticoiiHtaut I Sunday, Dec. 30th, blue) Him Lines

setting forth the reasons why the will filUJils regular and appointment evening. I trouble than a compact city apart making a place for everything and source of pleasure and Seaboard Railway schedules for Northbound-5:10: a, m, 8:53:

taxes should be paid. I next L. Sunday A. Johns morning and family, M C. ment. At the same time one has helping to lighten the housewife'swork gratification. Starke were posted! as fololwa: a. m., 1:58: p. 11\., 6:18: p. m., 8:58p.

a a a a the advantage of one's own house Complete working plans am: HUll t II 111)111111N" m.Joulhhound9:37.
C. E. Heath, Misses Edith
Fort Myers Gene Sarazen, the Sweeney Jones, and Mrs..W. Thomas, ,and a very charming and unusualone There are many attractive details specifications for this house may; 1.-Lo'al) 10:07 p. m. a, m., 12:0:

golfer, has shot so many birdies May visiting In Green Cove at that. about this house i each worthy do obtained for nominal sum No. 11--( Local)) 11:48: a. m. p. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50!

on Florida's links that the birds were. last Sunday. I One enters the house through a of note. from the buildliiK! editor Refer to i iAl No. 3-(Limited) 0:11: a. m. p. m.
him. Springs small vestibule. The front door I The Iron rat that sits so placidly .
'noW' chasing -- --
are apparently I No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m.
Mr. and
and
B. Hunt
P.
to Fort Myera Mrs has a curved head and Is built up over the window In the brick house 17. Doth alcohol and turpentine are
Gene was motoring Mrs O Haynes, returned to their I -------- No. 191-(Limited) 11:31 p. m.
when a huge buzzard 1'\thlllll\\,1\ lined to remove paint/ and varnish
recently In
Jacksonville,
home here last Monday, after a .. ping logs by rail to
swooped down and crashed visit with Mr. and Mrs. llaynes' reported at Perry as preparing to No. 3-(Local) 4:41: a. m. stains They should be rubbed on

through the windshield of his tsar daughter, Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Florida State Chamber of the mill to a site near thai I No. 12-(Local) 3:50: p. m. and off Quickly.
managedto :I move
Sarazen and a companion Ga. No. 4---(Limited) 0:01: p. m. --- .- .-
Valdosta, to be Its timber
city In order near
duck in time.Clearwater I Mr. and Mrs W. C. Parish, of No. lOg--(Limited) 5:45: p. m. A whisk broom la a good clothe

S a a a officialsof Jacksonville, were the guests of Commerce i I holdings The Live Oak, Perry & Gull; No. 102-(Limited) arriving sprinkler because gives a fine ,
County here at 1 5:31 a, in., stops only for
many sections of Florida are I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May, last Sun- I I Railroad was built some years ago: the purpose of letting oft puasen- spray, sprinkles evenly, and la.

annual day. by the Standard Lumber Companyat quicker than hand sprinkling.
preparing to attend the F. C. Gould and family, who The most Important of Its series deemed appropriate for the discussion that time owned by the SOUTH KerN from the Haul Coast.
convention the State Association I Nos7 8 9 10 (Orange Illos-
,
have been visiting their son, A. C. business conferences of Its the outlook also
commissioners, to of annual yet progress Interests of Chicago; which To remove water epotafrom ..
of county soma limited trains) do not stop
Gould of. Sharps, have returned to the Florida and plans for the future wjilch were Interested In the Bears-Roe
be held at Panama City, February conducted Is the way In Starke I garment dampen the entire material

21 and 22. Hotel reservations are (heir home here. State Chamber of Commerce will enable Florida( to make the buck Company WnntMN Brunch I evenly and press It while stilt
of Jacksonville,
Dickson .
Rev
already being made for the dele I pastor of the First Christian characterizes the All-Florida Con best The of Chamber Its advantages. that the The Fort Myers Civltau club, the No. I'oi-Leavea/ Starke 9 a. m. damp.
announces
board of commissioners
gates. The local church here, tilled his regular appointment gress to be held Tuesday February group conference and the Con only civic club which Thomas A,

.has.voted,a to go. I here last Sunday mornIng 5, at West Palm Beach.: The annual gress itself will be open to all. A Edison' is an active member, will tIw
turn out Its full membership to -
Beach A publication and evening. congress was Inaugurated In special Invitation Is unnecessary.
West Palm Last Saturday evening from two Beach for the greet him upon its arrival In that
and social I 1925 at Palm purr The only qualification for attendance
" devoted to religious
at Del- to four p. m., Misses Georgia and pose of discussing the progress of Is Interest In the welfare of city WedneMday night The club

interests Is to be published of that I Ruth Kile entertained !In honor of I Florida and to plan for its further Florida and this, tt la explained, : accompanied by the Fort Myers
lay Beach by a minister Bettle Jean concert band, will greet the famous -
their little niece, Miss promotion during the ensuing applies to residents and nonresidents
city, a Mr. Nelson, who presidesover I the train and ..
at es-
I Jacksonville. The entertainment Inventor
Florida's rile, of year. The second meeting of this of the state alike.
what Is known as at the beautiful cort him to this estate on McGregor '
the Cor was given kind was held In Palm Beach earlyIn --
"Little Church Around' "Sky I Inline of the Misses Kile at 1926 and the third In Miami In The Brooks-Scanlon Coporatlon, boulevard.. ;
will be -
The name .
ner. Newest
lawn'was --
Hampton Beach. The December of that year. The congress operator of one of the largest saw For the Central Florida Exposition
Talk.
a a a a I well supplied with swings and other was not conducted in 1927 mills In the South at Eastport, Orlando nine counties have

Miami Governor Doyle ,E. sources of amusement Cut little although the annual meeting at some miles north of Jacksonville, entered exhibits This exposition, .
dolls and horns were given as Ocala In January 1928, postponedfrom has purchased the Live Oak, I'erry
Carlton, Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen, I held this year February 19 to 23,
souvenirs. The little ones were the usual date In December, & Gulf railroad it has been officially
Miami and the of lire-
:Mayor K. G. Sewell of will display products of the five
entertained by Misses Georgia new ;
oyally assumed of Its characteristics. announced here. The railroad
.a number of other prominent persons I yard, Clay, Lake, Marlon, Orange, i
of the state have been Invitedto and Ruth, who in their sweet The coming Congress will be operates between Live Oak and I Osceola, Putnam Seminole and

take part In a ground breaking j smiling way, succeeded In giving unique in that there will be more Flint Rock? in Jefferson county, I Volusla. Formerly the SubTropical -

!everyone a pleasant evening. than two or three set speeches on serving Perry and Hampton
ceremonial for the erection of an Midwinter Fair, thesexpOHltlon months
annex to the synagogue of the I Sandwiches, punch and beautiful the program. The program committee Springs with its main line and I baa Increased its scope with Its ago Jh J

Jewish congregation Beth candles was served at the conelu- under the chalmanshlp of Mayo with a branch line: from near change of name. ;t Is recognized h

pioneer Ion, while the shade on the green Joe H GUI of Miami, vice-presi Dowling Park. number
The will take as one of the bent In the
ceremony
David. awn was made more dense, by the dent and general manager of the The Brooks-Scanlon Corporation, and variety of It. exhibits and its
January 27. and of -
place a a .. ... use of many beautiful umbrellas.The Florida Power & Light Company which has operated Its mill at appeal to the home and visiting newest r

Palm Beach I participants of this delightful and who has associated with him Eastport for many years and whichIn public.

St. Augustine affair were: Misses Shirley Col- Dr. Burdette O. Lewis Penney recent years has been drawing

bas been selected for the commit spring ley, Margaret Mouser, Martha Farms, Alfred H Wagg, West upon its vast stand of timber' In I I Palmetto Extensive repairs

meeting of the executive Asso- Jolce Johns, Lela May Sparkman, Palm Beach, William L. Wilson, Dixie and Taylor counties, ship made at Palmetto Theater the new today!
American''Hotel
tee of the 11. nettle Jean Kite Carolyn Harrison Panama City Walter W. Rose, Orlando

ciation, to be held February Fredrick Watterson L. G. Judge Jehn O. Shares, Eau

The Jacksonville Hotel association Johns and Leon Maxwell. Gallle, Whit M. Palmer, Ocala, .. n I{

will tender a banquet to the committee Last Friday evening the basket- James D. Bourne, Jr., Green Cove '

at that city on February ball teams of the Hampton school Springs, J. H. Scales, Perry Senator ;
Beach meeting COUPES $1195 to $1875 -
.
10. After the Palm Vanderbiit IDle 8 million day
will indulge in played the teams of the John S. Taylor, Large, J. S.Glllentlne. a mink
the committee school The scores were 448in Fort Myers and C. H.Varwlck "
SEDANS $1220 to $2145
Interest. .
of what
a. motor trip to places favor of the Hampton girls, and \ West Palm Beach, is arranging say people

S a a a effect the boys' score was 30-16 in favorof ( for a series of group con.ferences SPORT CARS $1225 to $1550Tlitie
Miami A city ordinance in think of Coca-Cola ;
which Hampton.Mrs. to be held during the fore ;
here for over ten years J. I. Tucker la transacting noon. T.hese conferences are ex- t tr tr '
school children must price J. o. b. Buick Factory. Con ""O J:
required that thla week. !
business In Macon, Ga., pected to report to the general sesslou -
of the city for at least vtnlent terms can be arranged on the
be residents transacting the afternoon .
Mr. Gerald Adklna waa of the Congress during 1
twelve days before they would be business here last Saturday.L. ; and It is planned that this llbtral G. M. A. C. Time Payment Plan. :

accepted as students In the educa- L. Bedenbaugh and family, session will assume the nature of

tional Institutions has been rescinded have moved here from Jackson I an open forum at which the reports *

by the city commission ville. will be discussed from the

The ordinance was adopted In floor. This procedure, the committee The New 1j' .

1917 and placed a fine of, from |5 of the twenty carloads of ,I believes, will result In the
Six
.to <25 for violation the clearinghouse I participation of many of those In .
by
donated
a a grapefruit .1
a a
influenza sufferers In' attendance. It has been made plain I ;
Tra- for
Brewster
Pensacola: J. northern cities are enrouteand that; the Congress ia for the purpose BUICK
another large
wick will definitely face Tuesday of discussing those things
this should be delivered "
murder,
circuit:! court Jury for Thus Florida Is which are to the best interests of 8
sit next Wednesday. COLA
will
which COCA
time that out the disease Florida and there will be no( restrictions STARKB
bit to stamp
month. Trawick was convicted doing her MilliON' CO. Motor Co.
of the killing of his that is ravaging many of the upon anyone who has BOTTLING Register
sometime
ago something to say.
the northern states and also bringingto aday
facing
young wife, and was attention of the people the The state Is definitely on the up- ....
the
electric chair when commuted the state the efficacy of Florida' wonderful grade says the Chamber, and the IT BAD TO R GOOD TO GaT Vfaat IT IS Starke !:
board of .pardons Congress Is to be held at a time
sentence. His trial In February: grapefruit. Florida

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toft, u U""f'" tit// (t1 Ut"Ii'<< / !// ': .I. ; m .dlf. ;<. .. ... {Ii.. #I M MfApfEq MA1kN./ or": /**tJ'' 1It1ot"/ Ml'..,. ( t Jfc* ''fl flM'lflffrtrfn brifhffrW! /krNNfenaty raapnndad, fn tin enrnraby I There were out of town lIuelltilI : At the conclusion of the ',- ],
i '4 tI 1 tIl ,"Ib'hf', iI-I! lIlllf ll flifilfW.( / 1't'.*lttl1 )tA4hAPnRlh/ /. / Wnttttt1, ) IItf""tI1tJlt lit If IIIlh./n./ """hllt'lIlph," I from U/llnlO/U'JIIII| Waldo Jackton- games Mm. K. M.\ Johns holiicr, die
f ,f' fll"nl( iol// : MJlI. ii Hi f JU( lbtif 'f tf < (tllHj/ ( II/'k.t:// l'tllfll1.> / Ki lllt h ti'tlbtXlh/( MfJ./ M. IIY""IIt / 8, Vlnlln "iq ''la' (f VRtinaby while/ and l lyftwtwr. high arore was given a lov..i! of
I i I t, ',idIot tt\II/j'\ / / dl+'ll b frlahfy/ \.hf/ ; *{ {I. ( fflfilV9f'' 1. ft'IMlflft fhiw: (lI Hit/*!* MKt> tl'fljtolt i ,, thtiitAt! .II lfIt,4t.'r"1 Uttff( hNaepehtntl/ Nhth'IIMI' --..- At the door little Ida Lulu Da- of stationery. The second > hoe
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l{' ,. ./ bllal All /,. ( / i ff, Mlltlt ttbtiMr(! Allff"i;, II..tlolt! h1hM' fl/I/f/ll'/ / 1 thlt Idthe)1lrlmn/ ) ( /JI't..d! the silver otferlnKN.Mr ; presented Mrs. J. C. Robins, was
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JI( .If j : MI" /:,ill" //It/ll'I./I tl"h/J/!' I( lilt ( ( / < y !>>rrlM.-Mrx. : prl'l'dl' ,' l unit Mm. Cl, M, Slulrunkte tens presented the honor hoe!
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JANUARY 25. 10ZO BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAPH, STARKJE. JTOIUDA PeOfll FIVK

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HOOD MUSIC GOOD ORDER . SAME MANAGEMENTBits

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'J :Mr. Paul Canvoa returned to I Mr. and Mrs. J:,:l: ': a'zf'e' Mrs. I tteamavllle, Ontario, enroute to ting the former Dock Crews farmto high school: building In Starke,

,Starke Tuesday after having spent Taylor Belcher end son, and their winter home, Howey In the pecan trees. Jan. 26, at 0 a. m.

several months In Jacksonville. Woodfrln Halle, motored to Sliver Hills, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. __ All teachers requested to be on
The business and hand.
of Springs Sunday for the day Edwin Southers Thursday. program meet-
Miss Gladys Spellman of Jacksonville Ing of the Woman's Missionary So- A, J. Grim!, SuptOTH'K ,
ciety of the naptlst church will .
: Canova.Mr. ., Is visiting Mrs. Eunice Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville, The regular business and program be held at the church Monday afternoon > 01 TKACHKK'H: ILC.1: i.

was in town Tuesday and wad accompanied ; meeting of the Baptist W. at 3 o'clock. Circle No. INATIOV
tocal .Iev home by her mother, M. S., will be held at the church '
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and Mrs. A. A. Durden of One with Mrs J. M Brownlee] as
Hampton were visitors to Starko Mrs. S. E, Brownlee. next Monday\ afternoon at 3:30.: It leader, will have charge of the Examination for teachers will
la hoped that every member will be held at the court house In
program for the afternoon.Mrs. .
Our Business and Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. '
Concerning People Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns be present. Stnrke on Feb. 7, 8, 9, 1929.

Progress of the: County and Town. J. C. Robinson and Mrs.E. had as their guests' Sunday Mr. 1 Irene of Those desiring to take the exam.Inallon

M. Johns in Gainesville and Mrs. J. C. Adkins. and familyof Those attending District Two tol. please be on hand furnished
were
I' _________________________ Friday. Gainesville. meeting Woodmen Circle, In Jacksonville Mrs\ Edwin Southers Thursday with pen, Ink and paper. Examination -
,::u d CiJ djCJl J lliJ u-J Cj CJ llJC-b dJi iJ S t1 S c*S p cJ l last Wednesday were Mrs.\ Mrs. Lynn la ,the'widow of frank starts at 8 a. m.

Mrs. J. E. Misses Stella Barrett and Suzanne Vonda E. Inman Mrs. Lulu Itutto, Lynn, Dr. Southers' who A. J. Grlina, Supt
>ress sale at Stump's. 1 Corpening went to Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., of cousin,
I ,i BaldwinVednesd'ay, Baldwin spent Friday In Starke Uuughtry of Jacksonville,;, Hutto Mrs. H.and M.Amy Snyder Moore, Misses Edna was well known here twenty ,ortwentyfive Jacksonville i 1$415,053 contract -
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(1", John Maltsby of Gainesville, with Mrs. H. q. Wall. spent years ago.itnmuitv awarded for construction

asi(in Starke Friday. Humming! Bird.Hose'at. Stump's.Col. Adkins. Mr.\ J. L. Corbett of Plant City, : AT L.IWTKV- work on McCoy's Creek improvement -
Miss Kate Slruth spent Fridayin
i i iol. Mrs Dale Vanslcke1! of Gainesville who has ben visiting his parents project.
with her
1 i. E. M. Johns attended court E. M. Johns faUen'dscl courtat Mrs.Jacksonville W. L. Edwards. sister spent Saturday 'and< Sunday Mr. and Mrs.\ J. n. Corbett of Clinton The Loadholtz store and Edwards ---

in' Gainesville last week. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. C., spent Saturday with Garage at Lawtey were o
Macclenny Wednesday Mr.\ and Mrs. J. J. lligdon.
J \. Mrs\ W. L. Edwards of Jacksonville J, E person. broken Into dlll'lulTUf'sday/: night =t
port silks at Stump's. ---- ;-J spent Sunday in Starke and a small amount of goods taken Say it with Flo ,
Mr. J. L. Simmons was In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.\ R. L. Eppersonand Mrs\ O. P. Hutlo returned Sun the sheriff's office reported
with relatives. day to her home In Orangeburg, Flowers For All
of Jacksonville spent
family Wednesday. The thieves secured
*[r. Oscar Andreu of Stuart was Wednesday on business.
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Jsltor to Starke Saturday, I Mr.\ Norman Ives left for Gainesville Sunday with Mr. and !Mrs. ,V. JEpperson. S. C., after spending three weeksIn a supply of gasoline from the Edwards Occasions
*ti Starke with her son, L. S. Hut-
Evening dresses at Stump's. Friday after spending several She place and the cash register'waa
to, and family. was accompanied -
Sternberg was home for taken out and broken open.
mmy days in Starke.
, (week-end. Mrs. Geo. Flynn and son, GeorgeJr. 1 to Jacksonville by Mr Hut- The amount of good taken from Gertrude Godbey i
Syrup cans all sizes at Kick-
Miss Spellman, to.
and Gladys
liter's. Mr. and Mrs.\ D. C. Jones of the Loadholtz establishment wall

jrery special reductions 'on all iMr Gainesville were guests of Mr. spent Wednesday at Grove I'ark I Messrs.\ :-E.: : 'oyett-and; M\ S. undetermined. AndersonPhone
with Mr.
Haters at Stump's.Irs. \ and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent and Mrs. A. M. Darby Saturday. I Flynn. Hayes wore visitors to Gainesville ('Ol'o.iTTN.U.UEIt'4: --- ----!' -MKKT1M1; : "'---

Friday in Jacksonville. Mrs. D. A. Montleth and son, Tuesday. M\ S. Hayes la a resident ---. 39 Waldo Fla.Chevrolet .
R. F. Demorest was in of Hillard
Mrs C. C. Shepard
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Genuine Red Bliss Seed Potatoesat spent -" I'
daughter, Eunice, spent Tuesday been spending the week here set- teachers of Bradford county at the .
J. F. Klckliter's.Beautiful Mrs. James Shepard. ---- '-" -- --
>r. Clifton Brown of Lawtey e I afternoon In Jacksonville -
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In Starke Sunday. line of new printed Mr. L. A. Canova of Jacksonville -
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, .Jlrs. W P,
materials at Stump's for sport spent the week-end with his '
Randall and Mrs D. A. Montleth c
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were shopping in Jacksonville
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jlr. Whitaker of Ralford. visited ell's Evergreen Seed Corn J.. F. In Palatka Thursday attending to Mrs. J. M. Alvarez- and---daughters -
lie Thursday. business.
Kickliter. Mesdames 1). A. Montleth and
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Mr. George C. White state bank Col. and Mrs. R. M. Johns spent W. P. Randall spent Saturday In ,. ,

ENT A examiner, is spending \the week in Tuesday In Jacksonville guests ot' Gainesville. ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF l
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WORD Jacksonville on business. Dr. and Mrs. G, K. Norwood. II I -
_ I Judge and Mrs. A Z. Adklns

Friday, Mrs.
In Jacksonville
and B. R. were
COLUMN Orders taken for tailor-made Dr. II. V. McLendon with
returned
M. E. Edwards
suits. Fit guaranteed. M. Levlton. Johnson of the State Farm, were

t RENT-7-room house good 13-14-tf. ; -ji, ,> > 4Mm. In?Starke/Thursday.' them for-...:.-a-visit.&.--of-several_._-weeks.
>niitlon, on Madison street. H'. c
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t. Green. 11-2-tf. Ralph N. Greene of Jack- Mrs. Mac L. Granger of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sr CI'ewsIr.! ..
and Mrs. S. L. Peek attended the Torode Ritch
with her sister,
sonyllle,. spent, Tuesday with her spent Wednesday
Wednesday!
SOLICITED-Fancy and show In Gainesville <
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aunt, Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis. Mrs. }li C. Wall. --
lain; satisfaction guaranteed. -- night.

Irs. P. B. Hunt Hampton, Fla. Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. and lit- A. M. Lewis of Lawtey, was a
\' 111.U.ItENT Mr. and !Mrs. J. M Mitchell
Thurs- 1
tle son spent Monday In Starke business visitor to Starke
spent Friday In Lake City, being
_. Furnished house visiting Mr. and Mrs 'J. M\ Davis. day. _
-- called there on account of the -Illness
|:ve rooms and bath. Apply J. of Mr. blltchell's'sister.\
Just received a shipment of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Church of
Morgan. 1182t. ..
CHEVROLET
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Giant Strlngleas, Tennessee and Panama Canal and Keystone Hitch Eloise r
Misses Harriet
Ford Hook Bean seed. J. Jo'. Kick- Heights visited Starke Monday.
ICE -Furniture made and re- Hitch, Annie Mae Pierce, Leila .
klred, upholstering done, old liter. MI' Bonnie Wltvoskl-of Jacksonville Deli! Andrews and Lonlne Peek
arnlturo worked over. Cabinetd Oalnesvllle Friday afternoon
went to.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trlgg of spent several days In
boat work specialties.11 to nee a show.
this week.
with
Jacksonville spent Sunday Starke
Irork guaranteed at Craftsman
Ice Mr. and'Mrs. J. A Saul. Authorized Chevrolet Dealersfor
[hop Cherry street opposite Mr. and Mrs. If. Leibowitz of Senator Miller and Representa as
( ant W. E. White prop. 12B6t J. Edwin Larsen of Keystone -
the of Mr. tive-elect
Florida and North Carolina pea Oalnesvllle were guests
,
nut seed. J. F. Kickliter.: and Mrs. N Sternberg Sunday. Heights! were among the
Heights visitors to Starke Wedlesday. -
SALE5 horn.:power motor, --------- :' '
' JO v, 3 phase, 60 cycle 1750 Mrs. Virginia Peace Johnson, -f Mis Mary Jenkins of Alama STARKE

'm Inquire at Bradford Coun- Jacksonville, Is spending the week Ga,was the guest of Miss\ Minnie\ Mr. and- Mrs. John- R Ho 'ey of and Adjacent Territory

1 Telegraph. with Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Gruber. over the week-end. ----. ---- 4f4
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SALE --. Two twentyacrerms .. .'- "d: '. ,' :- : ". '. -: .. '.. ... ._ -,, .. IF' -
In Wateroak and Alllitor -

sections west of Lawtey. .

00.00 each, part cash with
suit If desired. Address FOR SALE
?ms to
A. Davis 2110 5th Ave.,' Co- OPENS SATURDAY FEB. 2nd

|mbus, Ga. 1-11-tf. ., ,
_
NEW FORDSON TRACTOR
SALE--One mule, wagon, .
ggy, one-horse rake, one- ., {

j tee ws one cutter brooder sprayer etc.,L.some Tor- $450.00 SPOT CASH } 'eeping'pace with modern will find organization


fella, Starke. 1-18-21- demands in this locality for amply prepared to offer the

RENT---Two houses well lolled -
modern Improvements. JOE DASHER efficient, motor car sales high standard of service

oover-Futch Co. 1-18-21

117 W.. HILL AVE. PHONE 6ll and service, the .Chevrolet which everywhere identi-
SALE Comfortable home
--
|th all conveniences In city VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Motor Company has appointed lies the Chevrolet dealer.

Its, on road 28. 105 feet
ntage, 1 1-4 acres of land An efficient sales force-a
trees Forma .. .._ .. ...._ ..... .. ,_ "" U' the Torode-Ritch
: bearing pecan ,' . '. -- -' .
-
skilled
address P. O. Box 361. shop crew-special
-
Chevrolet I
Company
rke, Fla. 1182t. as
By J. E. Corpeniiw I tools and equipment-andspecial '

E HELP WANTED Man _STARKE.FOLKS_ _u___ _____________.__._u_ ,------ Dealers I for Starke an d.-
(nted to run McNess business 0'1 factory precisionmethods

Bradford county.. $7 to 112 cinity.

l1y- -year around work, ex- t1Yt3JT, you WKl REMEMBER 1 BuT FIRST SHE all will combine

flence unnecessary, unusualer. { HAVE GROWN, VEi, WHEN VOO WERE A, -iE N0 Es USES BEAUTY
FURST A\ Present and prospective to make this Dealer'sestablishment
Writeat once. ; 'OP SINCE i UNCLE S'S HOPKINS" MAKING 9 M new
OMAS, Dept. C. Freeport, 111. BOB A T AIDS FROM
FACES. ATTM6
It* eEm 00V& E E n Chevrolet owners in this a model I


S' WANTED-Will furnish + ) ''y .:.we fQRPENING'SSTORE city and adjacent territory Chevrolet institution.
4
anessee Green Pod Bean Seed e n IIII t n STORE '

1 hampers and pay you $10.00 q

.t ton for your beans delivered On Thompson Street Between Call & Madison
Lawtey. Only a few seed toit .l
I
out this way and to responile + ,.

farmers only. (No Republl- 1 Formerly Occupied by Ford Motor Co. I >

need apply.] ) J. L. Harrell. --

1-25-41. fp" :i

now set- ladies and their mothers come here 1 "
LORD & CO.. are Many young Store
Id In their new location on the for aids to personal charm. They've found them Corpening'a Drug :

,at cks.aide and of have1 Call street come near Interest-the pure and 'dependable-like our standard drugs"The Service: Store" 1 Quality At Low .Cost'IDAV.

bargains In both new and sold at fair price A fine, refreshing drink and"a Starke Fla. ,;

and band goods. Call and delicious bit-to-eat at our immaculate fountain. I

l j,at us.your No want.doubt we have Just 1*,].. -.-. ..-.-.-, ....... p- .. .....,...._, ..,-.-..,...... ... ... .....-. H. -.- -1 C nt i

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-- o : _;: ::; = ABOLISHES SPEED Something to
Station At Work

I How to Raise Poultry l -- II city of Tallahassee has not ben
r 1- When Florida increased Its mo-

I Farmers & FarmingBy 'f By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V.S., St.lawn Mo.> : .,, .9 On Large Number tor speed limit from thirty to fortY I I purpose rowed so in much four years.as a dime It opeiatt for an


: ih.IwOe.rt..ar.dua..itl..OntarioV.tertnarrp I i.I In 1928 -flve miles an hour the'highest I on a cash basis paying Its Wa l
Codes.Itri2.T' >lrTT-i>l- of vcc ri uirTfir tics Projects I .
Editor on due.e. of liv. Mock and pooler EminenttirHorirr I. In the country at that time-and : as it goes. For the purpov.. ?
( Agricultural ) .
l l, ..own .p'_on.....poultry.br.eder.Nw..ck" _rain,sail. Natlonallv:lact.rer. It was less than four years ago- levying taxes Tallahassee has a

.. .. .. .. .. .. It Gainesville Jan. 22.-Workersat assessed valuation of only $7,trn
I there were dire predictions of

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I Art trie V beneficial at this time. Careful the Florida Experiment Station wholesale slaughter of motorists I 209 which as near basis as can be csti

SAVi: THE SOHKHKADSSimple : conducted Investigations on pedestrians, hogs, chickens, dogs I mated, Is on a .of fifty (pet r
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found i following out of this treatment, I cent of actual value. Its tax tar t

To Be Best Suited to Our Country I Jklrasurra Applied Early should give: highly gratifying results 121 projects during: the past year cows went and so far automobiles.as to assert that Some trains even i lis 17 mills High taxes? Cotupar

and learned many new facts which with another city in the
May AVanl Oft Disaster from If started soon enough.In I I would be forced to approach grade..i jit star
I ,_ being out the the population bpt
I are given to people of same wit
-
-
the fall would
Chicken Iot. about the time chicken crossings cautiously If they
10f assessed valuation of $1 j,
730
an
the declared J. Francis
SPKAYI.NO KING KKIUTKSCOVT : state not be knocked into the next coun-
pox usuaiy appear In your lob -
GREEN FAVORS 207 and levy of 11 mills. ,.
ti I OK KQt'IPMKXTFOR : : I "Co to bed with the chickens? I cality.! I advise giving all young Cooper, editor of the Station. In a ty by a speeding motor car. Florida's a \Vh
the most taxes, the
radio talk overVRUF: on January pays residesof
s I\l.I. GROWERS theory that high speed was
Most certainly not!" exclaimed a fowls and In many cases older with
I that. community, a levy
: FULMER BILL f 19. ?J
well known radio entertainer In ones too large doses of epsom required because of the great dis-

I Where a number of men In a mock indignation.! indeed. I'd salts once a week for three or four In cc-operatlon with four other tances with the state and that the 11 mills of or 17 the mills Talluhasdeean? wit1
state experiment stations the Flor- a levy
Washington, D. C., Jan. 20.- community have small groves or'few ft, never be able to sleep on those weeks. Give same amount of ep- magnificent highway justified It, ,I .
ida station made extensive tests
: Congressman R. A. Green- of the ;' acres of truck crops or are sticks the way they do." For more som salts and In the same way as of hairy and Monantha vetch In an was adopted by other states. It I Another instance of the unfal

reasons than one, I am Inclined to recommended above. I also advise remained for Michigan, however and un-American Inheritance. o
second Florida district today ap- growing any other crop on a limit attempt to produce seed. More
to set the real In ths! respect.
sympathize with tbls gentleman'spoint extra precautions In cleaning and pace "death" tax has come to light Ap
peared before the House Agricul- ed scale and need to spray but do than 80 plots were planted and Included Michigan abolished the speed limit
of view. Nevertheless. I disinfecting at this time. All pralsal of the estate of the lat,
ture committee and made argument not feel justified in investing In different depths of planting
firmly believe that, short of liter- houses and sleeping quarters 1 l I entirely last year, adopting the Henry E. Huntington of Los Angeles
in favor of the Fulmer bill spraying machines Individually the and different rates of fertilizer.
ally going to bed with them the should be thoroughly cleaned and European and South American sys placed Its value at $42.ooo,
which authorizes an appropriation spray ring will be a help. A iprayring Very little seed were obtained tem.
man who comes nearest to living disinfected every week or ten days 000 against which a death tax 01
of $15,000.000 tor the purchase of is simply a group of neigh from any of the plots.
With the conclusion of the first
with his chickens is going to get for some time. The disinfectant $9,500,000 was assessed. Emat
', seed, feed and fertilizer to be supplied bors who have banded together Tests conducted with steers on '
I the greatest profit out of them. He should be forced Into all dark\ cor- year of operating without a speed I taxes like other taxes must b.
to farmers la the crop failure and bought a spraying outfit, dividing pasture showed that seven steers
will do so because he knows his ners and hiding places of mos limit: Michigan discloses to the as- paid In cash. The estate did no'
areas of the United States. the expense and made ar- made an average dally gain of 1.24
slow
of
tonishment of advocates
I flock both individually and collectively quitoes and other insects with a have that amount of ready
This bill is primarily for loansto rangements to have the spraying pounds for 210 days with no teed mone;
speed that there has been decrease
I The slightest change in good force pump. I have been us- a estate would
on hand no posues
be made in South Carolina done for all members with the except that supplied by the pas-
their habits or appearance will immediately ing this treatment for preventing of twenty-two percent or that much Idle cash. The executives
Georgia and Florida, to farmers same outfit. ture. Grasses used were bahia,
attract his attention and ch.cken pox for several years with more than one fifth in the number have been forced to resort
t tithe
who suffered losses in the stormsof In this way each member gets carpet. Bermuda and Dallis. The
It-disease threatens he Is able to excellent results. If my chickensdo of persons injured In motor ac- Issuance of bonds to make I tilt'
August and September 1928. the benefit of expensive spraying pastures were well fertilized and
nip it in the bud long before It take the disease at all. it Is usually cidents while the number of acci- I myment. In other words they hay 1
la his argument before the committee machinery without going to the included seven acres of tend. ,,
reaches the danger point. in a very mild form. dents which resulted In property the Huntlngtoi'
had to mortgage .
Judge Green read extracts full expense of buying a machine. From experiments conducted for but which did not
Of not one can Vaccination with a specially damage to cars In other
course every pre- properties. many In
from communications from Doctor llte pays only part of the cost of several years at the Experiment
give full time to the care of his pared vaccine is being used with Involve pedestrians decreased sixteen stances, where this coarse coiih '
Wllmon Newell dean of the College the machine. Station It seems to be doubtful
I fowls Is it altogether neces- varying results In some localities. percent. '
nor be executors bait
not pursued
t' of Agriculture, University of It Is probably best to have a whether It pays to fertilize pea- for all time
lIary. There certain times ev- Tbe question Is whether the dis- Michigan has proved
are been: forced to liquidate stocks
Florida commissioner ,constitution and drawn Mr. said. The of
1 and state plant by-laws nuts. Cooper use
ery day when they must receive attention ease is serious enough to justifythe that the greater the speed permitted bonds and other securities at
a
also | avoid fertilizer seldom
He pointed out that up to confusion, but verbal gave more thanan
for breeding and the like. trouble and expense even if the greater the safety. Slow in order to
heavy loss meet I the
the farmers In the storm stricken agreements by responsible people Increase of 100 pounds of nuts
Then each fowl closely It was effective. speed breeds congestion and con-
j scan as requirements: of a federal law be.,
'f areas lost not only their crops will do. However, written agreements per acre It was found. However the
gestion invariably Increases accident -
and single out for closer
possible for other
from the storm of last September, I j will obviate any future mis' spacing tests indicate that It Is Furthermore the lug maintained no reason,
examination any that show the FI.OIUDA {Gilt, MAKESltKMARKAHI.K hazard. than that the state of Florida declines
also in ,_ to by I
but many vegetable crops understanding.The possible get a larger yield slow
RKroiI driver who become careless In
of disease. j widows
slightest signs possible the and
the vicinity of the Everglades were I spraying outfit should be !n planting the peanuts closer in the "tightens! to rob (dill'f
One parttculary malignant disease HEALTH CONTEST moving: traffic invariably
dren of its dead.
destroyed by freeze lesa than a charge of some particular person, row and having the rows closer. and 1
up" In high speed traffic re-]
which at time I
month ago. I who Is paid for the work done for may crop up any Work by the Veterinary depart.
side of the1
Tallahassee Jan. 22. mains the
more especially In the fall of the -Ninety- on proper
He stated that while the Red.,Bach member. Each member generally ment showed that the seed of daubentonla -
; that
Is chicken or sorehead. eight and two-tenths Is the official road because he realizes carelessness
Cross and local agencies had done ,,i, furnishes the materials to year. pox or sesbanla. a woody
As this disease be carried by score made by Miss Qulnnelle Ful- under such conditions Is I The
considerable towards furnishing I'!:. be used on his place also. The mosquitoes may flock become ler of Columbia county Florida's shrub common in Florida: are akin to suicide. High speed auto- i MOST 1
and seed for of these does reduce your may to As few ;
c supplies some spray ring not the cost poisonous poultry. as careful driv-
representative in the National forces
maticaly more
Infected matter how careful the
s N areas that these agencies were entirely i|lof materials or labor, but simply no you Health nine of these seed have been foundto I for
Contest held In Chicago in lug
have been to keep own | I
: unable to cope with the situation -, reduces the cost on the original your connection be fatal to birds! eating them that LEASTMost
houses, yards and in sanitary with the InternationalClub It Is Interesting to note
runs a
and that the only hope was II investment In equipment.One and twice that number are nearly I
i the
healthful condition.A Congress in December It has Rhode Island has recognized: I '
.t a loan from the federal govern i great advantage of a spray number of eruptions or nodules just been announced.For always fatal. Birds should be kept danger in congestion which almost r w tire qual'ty. high 'I

I ment. lie/further stated that in ,I ring Is that through it a grower varying from the size of a three years Florida home from these plants unless the pods always is brought about by slow mileage economy in the

the section of the will often who would do off and destroyed. I I
upper state I spray not pinhead to that of a or hazel- I demonstration club girls have held are picked speed. That state by statute has new Goodyear All- I
a of cotton and other if he had to stand the total pea The Tobacco Station ,
crops corn so ( ex- Experiment limit l Weather Tread Balloon. .
the comb wattles community county. and state fixed a minimum speed ofI
on
I. f staple crops were destroyed as(,! peFine) of purchasing equipment. nut appear 'health located at Quincy discovered during I I" /
eyelids ear lobes beak and nos- contests and selected a state thirty-five miles an hour on state j i It"TheWorld'sGreat. I It
rJ well as fall vegetable crops and :This[ tends to prevent small groves the year that heavy applications I "
winner culmination and motorist drops I
trils and some times on other partsof as a to theyear's hghways! If a t cst Tire. I II' '
that the farmers were in many in- ;,or acreages of crops left unsprayedand of stable manurewere, deterl- '
work In food nutrition and below that gait he Is charged with :
!
the body such the neck legs.
as And low
stances now unable to obtain loans acting as infection centers for mental to the quality of shade tobacco I' at our prices 1 1I'
i ''i I, ; under the wings on the rump and health. Each year Florida has obstructing traffic.Jacksonville j get this quality for no p
from local individuals and focal the community. and carried on work toward you
raised her to'
about the vent. On the body the rating in the national long ago proved I'
banks that Individuals j We have had In the of diseaseresistant 1, and ; said local lt( a spray rng our I nodules become larger thanon contest, says Miss Mary A Stennis. development I Its own statlsfactton that the majority more I "

J; and banks had carried them In ,;community for two years and are the head.may The nodules begin nutrition specialist but not until strains of cigar wrapper to- or motor accidents In the less than you are asked :.

many instances as far as they !i certainly well pleased with its as small red or reddish gray deposits this year has Florida entered the oacco. streets of' cities are due solely to 1 to pay for unknown tires. I ut

'T; (could but owing to unusual and |I workings. with a shiny surface. They blue ribbon class. The national congestion and It proceeded to re- Then there's our service+ I
A new celery packing and II t
adverse conditions the local' pre-
4.1 storm OF XKWKJ.I TO SPK.IKAT gradually enlarge becoming dry winner scored less than a point duce the accident list by stepping i, I -best -n town-thrown
cooling plant which, when completed -
: would be unable make
r agencies to Ill'Ill'I
''y i further advances. He stated however -I MEET: OK MLTHERNGltiCCLTClt.tI l shriveled, uneven and wart-like in ahead of Miss Fuller. will be probably the larg- up the speed limit. Today motor of''i I in. That certainly makes

" A while the color Miss Fuller's posture was perfect traffic moves over the streets the Most' for the Least.I .
< WORKEUS: 'appearance est plant of its kind in the world
that he believed that if the I I
changes to yellow brown or dark according to Dr. Caroline I this Florida city at a speed getter- I
will begin operation at Sanfor--
loans made from the federal
' were Gainesville. Fla.. Jam ::.-Dr. I brown. As these nodules IncreaseIn Hedger the physician In charge. within a few weeks. The plant Is :ally higher than that permitted in .'
government and weatter conditions Fresh Florida fruit and vegetablesin city In the country and yet, s
any
Wilmon Newell, dean of the Flor- number and the Inflammation being erected by the /Duttou Cel-
were anything like normal ida College of Agriculture and director extends. large areas of the skin her diet are given credit for the last year it boasted, of the best I
Pre-Cooling Company at a cost'
ery
r that said loans would be repaid by
excellent of Miss but the United States !
of the Experiment Station will become thickened and covered posture Fuller. record one In
of approximately 80000. The
the farmers to the government as with hard the She has also had a quart of milk for freedom from street traffic! ac- I +
and agricultural extension service dry crusts closing
is also building
same company a
t provided In the bill.Congressman I f
I every day.Another. The high speed permitcidenta. ,
( will be one of the speakers before. nasal openings and eyelids: often $50,000 plant at Oviedo a short
l
I explanation for the ted in Jacksonville and constantly 0C
the meeting of Southern Agricultural i making It difficult to open the distance south of Sanford. Forty %
R. A. Green of the .
: good posture shown by Miss Fuller urged by the traffic section of the''
0
Workers beak.
at Houston Texas. electrical motor Units will furnish j1t 1
second Florida district Thursdayconferred I
with ( February 5-7. Tbe. meeting will I If the attack is mild the erup- Is her participation In outdoor power for operation of the Sanford police department has resulted in
Secretary Agriculture
Jardine be held in connection with the tions are limited to the head, the sports, according to Miss Stennis. plant. A huge washing vat, observance of the rule that cars Ii t
relative to the She takes part, In basketball hik- be brought to a stop before crossing ff 1I
Fulmer silver anniversary celebration of I nodules are distinct and small and In which two truckloads of celerycan i
of
passage the bill for the
ing, swimming, and is a good dan- or entering designated arterial \
the founding of agricultural the general health Is not affected.
be cleaned is
relief of farmers of the Sikutheaat at one time a I
w whose crops were destroyed In the [ tension work in the United eX-I I I The nodules seem to;dry, heal and cer.The part of the equipment.and streets and more important than I ,J Ji
record set up by Florida'sentrant this it has taught the pedestrianto
I Dr. Newell will speak on "The ,, shrink, the crusts become loose
storms of last September. This i! last 25 Years of Entomology In I and recovery Is rapid. But In malignant In the national contest will cross streets with extreme care.

bill provides for an appropriation I the South" before the southern I cases the eruption Is more serve as a stimulus to all club polish with a moist cloth dip- These two factors have reduced accidents -

? Of $15,000,000 for loans to the girl of the state it is thought ped in whiting. to the minimum that couldbe I
'' section, American Association of general the nodules are large and
farmers of South Carolina Geor- and make To Prevent floors from Creaking
Economic Entomologists. there Is considerable Inflammationand them strive hard to win expected view of the volume I
; gla. and Florida. In his argument j the health contests in their localities Dip a feather in oil and applyto of traffic.
Other Florida extension of of
work- thickening large areas
r
before the secretary of agriculture, hinges.
!
this fall. There .
who to attend skin. When the rubbed are a present HITCH'S SER1VCK STATION
ers expect the sliver crusts are ,
Congressman Green pointed out more than 5,000 club girls in Flor- I Or rub on a piece of soap. New Smyrna Tourist and

that farmers of the storm area had anniversary celebration are Miss off there will be a watery discharge Ida. I llui-glar-Proof Lock Fishing Club's new building com,
I Flavla home the ulcerated which
state demon- from
Gleason surfaces
suffered such great loss until It Lock the door leave the key In pleted on Washington street.
tratlon agent Miss Virginia P. will later thicken become thick I
r v would be impossible for the local lUSTS TO HOUSEWIVESTo the lock and keep: it there by
if Moore, aslastant. Miss Ruby M- and yellow and will give off a disagreeable -
banking authorities to advance means of a heavy copper wire 11
David district home demonstration odor. In this of the
r. sufficient monies for the 1929: I type Support "'Indowh' Inches long bent in the shape of a
agent. Miss Pansy I. Norton disease there Is fever rapid loss of
J ';1 spring crops and that unless relief To support window sashes not hairpin. Put this over the spin

was promptly granted by the government Dade county home demonstration flesh, prostration and death. provided with sash lines and pulleys dle back of the knob with the endsdown I
,agent, and Dr. Oulda Davis Ab At the first sign of this disease
this section of the count very obtain a number of ordinary through the head of the key. BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS

t try would be unable to produce) bott. home economist at the give the whole flock large bottle corks and a bit or an augurof The key then cannot be pushed out
periment Station. Dr. Abbott doses of salts, 'once each
r anything like a normal crop. EX-j epsom the same size. Bore three or or turned by a burglar's tool or

\ S S,' Judge Green urged the secretary chairman of the home week for two or three weeks at four holes in the side of the sash other key inserted from the out-

I of research section of the least. Mix one pound of epsom and Insert of cork In each
\ agriculture to give endorsement a piece side. This Is a convenient device

! to the proposed bill whlch'has already Agricultural Workers.The I.alt. in a small tempting: wet mash of these letting it project Just for a traveler to use In hotels,

paNed the senate and Is silver anniversary celebra- feed for each one hundred leg- enough to rub against the grooVeof where duplicate keys are often Issued -

looked upon with favor by several tion will honor the memory of Dr. horns or one pound for each 75 the window frame. The elas- to servants and others.Or "A A QUALITY"YOU

Seaman A. Knapp, who started of the heavier breeds. For half-
members of the house committee' Iclty of the corks will admit of one end of the wire may be

I i on agriculture. He also stated that I agricultural extension work SS grown stock give one-half the the window being raised, but the fastened to the casement by means WANT BIGGER
years ago. I amount. Put the mash out In long YIELDSGet
the secretary gave a very sympathetic pressure will be sufficient! : to support of a staple and the other end form-

hearing and seemed disposed! \\ lit K .'.UtII.HOc.ai'UI troughs so they can all get to It the sash at any desired ed Into a hook to hold the key In them with Bradley's. Recordsof

i I and eat it up in a few minutes. If height.. Renew the corks oftenas 50
sanction the legislation t as position.Or per cent increases and more. .
wet mash feed Is not being given,
necessary.To an ordinary hook may be losses turned to
Following Is a list of agricultural profits...earlier maturity
the salts be In the
Congressman Green stated that talks ,! epaom can put Lubrt..at4tIn.low Sashes used for tbls purpose.
broadcast of
to from station
IHr drinking water, but In a wet mashIt crops...better quality too.
To lubricate window sash
R the house of representatives WRUF the week ) a that "
during ending is much more effective. Remove Not mere claims. We have the facts
Thursday approved the report of January 30. The farm I rubs or swells In damp weather so

+ t the conferees which authorized an Is given from 6:30 to 7 p. program m, Eastern $ all affected fowls from, the poul- I that It cannot be raised and lower to prove it. Order now. Immediate

1 appropriation of $15.000 for the Standard Time. The wavelength try flock. Then make a thorough ed readily, slush freely with common For colds delivery from local warehouse
and grip
of all houses
cleanup
coops -
establishment of a foreign citrus is 204 meters. II yellow soao the edge of the ,

ui I t '1 trade commission In London. He Jan. "Suggestions for the feeding Clean equipment.and disinfect all hoppers sash and the groove In which It and flu taKeR J. R 0. White & Son G. ".. Roberts _

If bad recently conferred with the Control of Rujt Mites In 1929." E. ,I runs. This may be done by moistening Dealer
and fountains
troughs drinking '
conferees bn the part of the house F. DeBusk. citrus specialist agricultural the soap and rubbing it over
boards and other
and urged the adoption: of this extension service. roosts dropping the parts or by dissolving the soap Starke Lawtey

,' item In the bill which had been Jan. :S. "Chinese Agriculture removable equipment. Remove and I in it sown bulk of water and applying

a Authorised "A "
burn all litter and droppings. Final A QCALJTY Frtiliaer
added to the commerce appropriation ." Professor G. E. Ritchey, I the soap jelly with a brush.
'
make a strong solution of
S ',, bill by Senator Fletcher of College of Agriculture. (This is ) Or use a wax candle Instead of
some good coat tar dip and disinfectant -
Florida. Judge Green was elated the first of soap.
a series of three talks.)
and spray it Into every To Prevent Window Sashes From! t ...
the of the
over success appropriation Jan. 30 "Possibilities of Flor-
nook and where Look
mosquitoesor for
cranny V this
and stated that the foreign ida Rattling It is
Tung-oil Dr. W. H. Belsler yourguarantee
citrus trade commission would professor chemical engineering. disease germs If might find a hiding A half of a clothes pin will cure, ,I TRADE MARK R.0. seat on the back e
place. possible always
prove of Incalculable value to the University: Florida. temporarily the rattling of a window j of every bag of quality
change clothing and shoes before
citrus Industry of Florida. sash. I
In Its soft-pork investigations going from Infected fowls to' To n..o"in.low Glow

Financiers and Industrialists conducted last year in cooperation healthy ones. To restore the transparency of

s from many parts of the country with 13 state experiment stations I Give each of the affected fowlsfrom window glass that has become dingy the congestion, .

gathered at Clewlston Monday the Department of Agriculture one-halt to one teaspoonsful I by exposure to the elements, prevents complications : : :

,F with many other notables for the found that It Is possible to of epsom salts and repeat the dose rub with dnluted muriatic acid, 1 and hastens recovery. "I <

formal opening of the Southern produce firm from, .two or three days later If there Is of 1
carcasses hog- part acid to 10 parts of water. I
(I
1500 ton mill. A I .no Improvement: A local application 1F
Sugar company's |r ging down soy bean and corn if

twelve-hour program was planned the pigs weigh as much as 125 ia also very healthful with a t 1' J. R. DAVIS & CO.INSURANCE

mark the celebration of the In-1 small swab or feather apply a .
to pounds when they are started on I

auguratlon of the sugar IndustryGovernor soy beans and, they gala as muchas good dip and disinfectant or tincture can charge your I I !

'S S Doyle E. Carlton came I 1.5 pounds a day. Under: such of Iodine to each of: the sores, 'YES-we S 8 HKS III

on a special train with Ills staff to conditions 70 percent of the pigs crust and nodules after removing ) ,
BATTERY In
throw the switch which set machinery produced Arm carcass*. the scale Tile disinfectnat should 1 .

at the mill in moltlon. be used full strength so be care-

This just being the beginning of Farmers In Union county who ful not to let it get in the eye. I I.til AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

planted vetch and Austrian Also each day twosome
Florida's future Industrial career hairy apply one or

that the power companies are mall: pea last fall have good stands reliable sore-head remedy. A Smith's Starke !

ing possible throughout the state now and prospect for good crops.reporta good poultry prescription tonic la Garage I STARKE FLA.

of Florida, L. T. Dyer county agent large dOMe will be toned very -= -- ---

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>AY, JANUARY Its. 1020 BRADFORD COCXTY TKLEfiRArn 8TARKK FLORIDA PAGE 813VEVi

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: r; ;;;.... ........... Oln Ille. route, that ou;county commission' nTh STATRMKNTHeport !NOTICK OK APPI.fCATIO> Foil

S Senator Miller\ returned Satur- -- TAX l)9E1)
era are thinking strongly of doIng
of the Condition of the
: BKOOKER day from a business trip north away with what we crackers ('allthe BHHK of Htarke at Clarke. In the Notice l la hereby srlven that Bald-

;Miss: Penile GaliieyMr While In the north Mr. Miller\ spenta "Stale of Florida at the, don of bum wln-l.ewlx-l'ace ('ump..n)'. a < ,. -

a. part of his time in a hospital I County Farm Agent Depart- liens L>ec. list 1923. pnratlun, holder of Tax t>rtlf)< ..i.1 .
........................ ment. A few narrow-minded HeewureeaI.ORIIK No. 80, 4th day. of August A. It. 11).4
with an attack of flu. merchants and Discounts ., __$1272,625 has filed said. certincate in my ortl. .'

J. J. Morgan was attending; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Reese and fertilizer agents arc tiveKlraft n_ .___ 229.61: I and made application for tax d< <'d
01Ashevllle ____
,
Hondu
7,660.01County
muted :Suites to I*sue thereun. ucorlMn'e
i word in lamp feet and m with
unto Psalm 119:105.
Thy my a light unto my path.- to business In Starke last \Vednes N. C., are guests of Mr objecting to the activity of our ami Municipal bund onSon on( I law. Maid. certificate embran. ... thetulluwI,1I'
All other bond ____ __ 10000.00
-u- dexcrlbed ,
Ihl 'lilifritllt rt'f"f0RlTH? All religious teaching doctrine or day. audI! I'll. J. H. llouser. present county agent; in securing! Hunklnir. Hoime, Furniture ed In lirudford County property Florida ItUILI-to-

: ... for the farmer a close price on: anti Klxturea __ _. 7,00000 Wlt
tqraiPIiriUi .P :
creed if to have claimjzion On night the K. E. U.
they are any Mr T. P. \ ard and children, Friday Other Kval Estate. owned 7,570.71' ,
tMiutheaxt
the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with club composed of the "youngei fertilizers, etc. Every county In CII.linN anil otherrenourreH quarter and quarter Norlheaat of quartti Northw, of it

. tbe teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice were attending to business In set" gave a decidedly unique the state that Is backed uj by the _.__ .____- 2.288.68 Southwest quarter Section 8 Town-

. ef,the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN Starke last Monday.Mr. \ eq. farming Industry should have a Cavil on hand und duo xhlp. 7, South Range/ 21 ..;....t. iO
Tills tertalnment at the clubhouse for from Unnks _n_ ._ ____. 83,405.90Total acres.
LIKE MAN.
, m-AKE and Mrs. Casll of Greet county farm agent and the farmers The assessment of said
the benefit of the Woman's Club. property
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: under the xald certificate liwued
,Vhen should we seek the Lord? Truby, supt. Cove Springs Mr. \Valden of Bay; The program consisting of playsIn should co-operate with him and l.litblllile* In the name of Michael & Hproule wa,

klswer, read laa. 55:6.: 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon Lake and two sisters and Mr. K. pantomlne, songs and various; all help each other. Take the Capital Stock paid In ____$ 15tlO.00urplua ( t'nl.' ..... saId certificate$ shall be redeemed -
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( Fund ao.OOO.OO
n according to law. tax de ,d
KOL'RCK OF LIFK by the pastor. Moody of Green Cove Springs, and stunts was In charge of Miss Dorothy farmer out of Bradford county and! IiepoHlta _______ __n_ 406,512.22( will issue thereon on the 4th day"

: fuke 4:4. And Jesus answered 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Mr. M. W. Moody of Lacrosse, all Jenkins. Following la the the whole shebang would not Uvuerxe for Interext depredation of February, A. 1>. 1939.Llatei .
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1tAIn. saying, It Is written That I Topic "For Christ Through the were dinner _guests of Mr. and Mrs. program: bring TAXES In Hades. Now If other liabilities. taxes, etc.____.,. 1,904.73All 103.48 1::. U2D. this Sod. day of January A.

Church." Dr. will lead. II. P. Galney while enroute to the Wedding March. mock wedding we are the BACKBONE of the O. W. ALDEUMAN,
n-shall not live by bread alone Lowry let's have little service Total. __________n__ __UII3.fliO.43I (SKAt.) Clerk of circuit* ,
county a Couit
funeral of Mr. Mark Clemons.
The Lord Ullens Daughter Radio Pro-
qt by every word of God. 12:15.: 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. I> of Florida County ut lirad- t-4.5(4.1 llrudforil County lo'l'"rldllo
r young people will have charge of Supt. Grlftla and County Agent grunt. Darky Stunt Jolly! Jar that will be strictly for our good. foril,, is....: .
d be said unto them Take heed
I. U. J. !David. runnier of the abnvenumed ----- -
r Let commissioner know
this service commemorating Rickenbaker were attending to Chorus Blue Beard Chariot Race your ,
d beware of covetousness: for a Hank ilo Nolemnly swear :\orici<: or .APPI.K-VI-IOV
:
school last' where you stand. that the shove xtatrment .In true to I II ron
here at
our
. n's life consisteth not in the "Christian Endeavor Day. A pa- business Two Nuts To Crack Rolling PIn Foil TX
the I bvKt nf my knowledge nnd
: undance! of the things which her geant will given entitled "The Thursday.Mr. Brigade Letter Song Shadow- Respectfully, Ii..,. anil I hat 111M l In reH|>i>n"e to b"-j

sseth. Quest" Also program of song. H. P. Galney and L. II. graphs Inverted Chorus Girls of J. L. Harrell. tidal I notice to report toy the Comptroller Notice U hereby given, that Paid-
of the I State> of Florida wlu-l.ewlH-1-Ho -- -
[John 6:3. And Jesus said untom A cordial Invitation to all our Gainey were transacting business Today, Good Night Ladies, YellK. .*******+*......*..*.*.* U. J. JIAVIS ,'""hler. Duration holder ot '1'.11. : .rtlfteale

I I am the bread of life; heat services extended to all. In Starke last Tuesday.Mr. ( E. U. ) Mr. Fred Dudesll a 0 U. .H. MATTHEWS:. No. 78. 4th day of August A. U. 1s24.
M. IIAKHV, nan nieil said ertlnnl |In
A.
cometh to me shall never S R. M. Gainey has left for well known composer entertainedwith : THERESSA : ..1.V. ANmtBWS, Hr.Directors.. and made aPPlication for tux my dead otllce to

nger; and he that believeth on Requests have been made (o Georgia where he left his wife at several. stunts and songs. MlnH IthodA Zrlgler, ('411'. JHW.Issue. Haiti thereon rertmont In accordancn with
( <)filtfI'T-ATTEI'IT: : embraced
t State Motor Vehicle Allen for an the bedside of her father, and we S -- the
following tleni-rlbed
shall never thirst. "Mil I>H<'rllied and sworn to before property altuat
extension of time for the purchase all hope that she will be able to ************************ me tlllN 21t day of January. Htm.II \ ed, In Uiudford county Florida, to-
[John 5:24.: Verily verily I say ....................... I'':. Melt I K. wit:
of automobile tags. The time limit return with him. '
He that heareth 'J'he Northwest .
1'ubllc.
to you my Rev. Haynian of Orange" Heights Notary qllal.tO'r or North.Yrst
rd and believeth on him thatit was January first, that was extended Mr. If. P. Galney A. B. Sur- : NEJVRIVER' : quau'teublection U. TownshIp 7.
filled his regular appointmenthere -- --
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, 21 :
Kiixt 40 .
to the fifteenth and this L. R. Galney and Gerald Ad- : a'rI'H.U
hath and rency Miss Ktwle Snpp Cor. .
me evelastlng life at Hope Baptist church last nJ-.t axMexfiinent of '
Into condemnation extension will be made to February kins were transacting business In :MillClK OH' (.l; \it ill \" II'...! OK said certificate UxueTw.a:
not
Lii come
; first at which time It is said the Starke last Friday. .........s.......... bMr. ... Saturday and Sunday.Mr. l.\M In the name, of Unknown. _
t is passed from death unto life.l'rayer I David Moore made a bust tiilr".. said. r..rlln"atlt shall b.. re
I : Blessed are they which goblins will get the delinquents. It Mr. Warner Mott of Alachua, and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson d..m..d at'rordlng, 10 law tax d"eI
ness trip Waycrosn, Oa.. Satur- will IH"II"
Thirty ilayn lifter slate hereof, on thereon on the 4th day ut
hunger and thirst after rlght- I seems that folks have not responded was visiting here Sunday, and children were transacting day. tn-wit: the 11th day of February, "' ''''I'II1ry. A. 1' iSas.

I usness for they shall. be filled. to the first call for tags this Mrs. Maggie Sutton of Gainesville business' In Starke and Lake Butler Miss June Aclklns spent the 1B8B\) 1 the Kpnnett undernlirned. Johnle liimrdlan Itennelt.Hasel for.Mildred 1)..III..d thla 2nd day f Jttnuar. A.
last Sun 2\
here
was visiting
year. Saturday. week-end with Miss Rhoda Zetg- llennett I'aul Uennett and U. W. AI.lrHMAN.
MKTHODIST : SLake Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Johns anddaughter I'ftull. Bennett Minor heirs of H. (SJAL) Clerk .
I Worth-Bridge across Lake day.Mr. ler. ._ I It. llennelt decwnwed will apply In i Itradford 'Ircul
I Mark Clemoiw of this community I 1-4.11.1-1. FlorW
Essie and Messrs. S.
: Cliirdlner,
Mrs. J. P. .Sullivan of Hampton, the Honorable lleo. A.
The Methodist church Invites allo Worth. entirely rebuilt. who had gone to Miami to Crews. S. C. Crews and son, J. f L'I 1 County .3'ud",. In and. for ltrsttfor.it't.iiity "
week-end here with her
: Fort Pierce New municipaldock spent the Florida. for nriler to Hell '
un JtOTICH
will to join with us In our ser- work was hurt In an automobile OF M IHTKil'M StEal
were visiting In Starke Saturday.Mr. i
sons C. L. and C. Sullivan.Mr. at 'il I vat I* .Hale the undivided On.-
I ges and worship next Sunday at recently completed. accident last Friday, and was D. W Kelly and son. Her- elarhth I Interent. each of xiiUI. Minor --

. and 11 a. m, Children at 2:00: I Okeechobee Survey will be taken to a hospital and died a rule and daughter Louie were D. J. Phillips picked two : I III the I lie followliiH I I dew-illied. ( lundMt: 1111 Notice virt I. u.hereby(., that given that. "nd,'fby
quarts of fine strawberries from C'omtneiicliiK at the Southwest corner iterluln Final.
. made III future relative to [
near
id Young'People at 6:45 m. short time after. He was broughtto of 1,5Nti'ths'ait 1"'rto. of Forecloxnre made
p. transacting business In Lake But- nf the NortheaHt quarter lec.unI'Z >
: relieving Okeechobee flood prob- his latch last Saturday.Mr. of the 8iiuthwentHiiHiter :.\ ,9Z8 hy n }.
|d worship at 7:30 p. m. his father's home Sunday morn- quartet \'ktl.VJ. > \
Icr A
Saturday. < u of
- lem. Winter Garden First carload and Mrs. H. 1). !May enjoyed nf Section (S4 >, Townehlp. ft' the Circuit
ing and lay In state until in the Mr. has been the Kant tnt court 'iii and for Harry Sapp on Gulf creek his Iii), South llunuTB O.I: .. JI'I
to
a fishing trip 1
PRKSBYTKKIAXllO lettuce recently shipped out and MlildlebuiK Vi1"11 cistise where
to New ninnlntr along the T.antey crllHl"
then carried
afternoon In H
sick but he Is .
lint we are glad re- '
flue feet, Th.d. rompittlnant and
of this city by M. C. Britt packing week brlnglnghome some IMiMlu (load east (228) AtU
Hope cemetery and his funeral covering. theiu-e Noilh (ttttu) feet t h..n'ev..t I I AiKfren-M. widow la defendant i
1. a. m. Sunday school, .J. M. house. held Services were conducted by fish. (ilS! ) feet th"m-t< "Hsst I h (10110'( feet the u ".l7r""lnM1' tie Special' ;
.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and .Mal'er1
--- ---- - -- Miss Thelma Sullivan spent the I to point of hPKlnnlnir, mild. lot of wil! lttt "'"". i
--------T-- .".".. Klder- Moody of. Lacrosse, after Mrs. B. F. II en f roe were visiting week-end with Miss Louise Pitts In In ml lylnic mid lielnv", In Itradford d'I'' bidder for ('IHh. at the front
i
1 which he was laid to rest. He relatives at Lake Butler Sunday. \'oil ii t y. Fltiildii. ii nil rontnlnlnir I I I In I lli-nd, ford"theonrt.. h"I" hi At.rk...
Uiwtey. all three ansi on -linlf acre (3 1-11) rniinty. Florida' on
leaves to his death his par the Fourth day of February MOl1dnY
mourn
d7'77' How S -- I.... .
or "
more
toIlIFj J. H. Adktns aunt
PlayBRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. )
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Clemens This lllh 1 I ilav of .Tnntiarv 1920..MIIH. :: I't durIng::: th I legal hours of sab.
ents. 4... : )......O ........... daughter, Grace, of Hampton wel'e'' IIKTTIK HWNNHTT: rir Ilie Islirtomse of sstieryg, eatl t
his wife Mrs. Mark demons and 45 (JuilldlJtn.Notice ,t"'r". I 1118 fiti lsv I ny d.'N'I'lh..I real
I -2 I -St-S-S:
J. J. Zelglor and, family
\\ /// / I three children) four brothers and ZIFF visiting ""/11. Iy I log nnd tiring In 1'Mdtol'd
4 Sunday afternoon.Mrs. -------- cotmnty. 'I"I'htl', to wit:

I four slaters. Mr. Willie demons, 4 :Mian Opal Lewis Cor. + A. L. Sulllvnn little son. :\nTU'I.: 'rh"I Suuiheaxt quiirter nf theuXUrt'TVi.1'
P\\lIIf1Yf/\\ .o.g. of Jacksonville Mr. Kills demonsof 4. ft Ihe tnuthw.t

j J yie : Series 1928-29 by Wauchulai Mr. AlvIn demons ...**....>.>...**..I.... thnni, and daughter Miss Hilda *IM herebv Klven that I the nnderHlKned !toAiixhlp il i W7'0"Slv. (5))', South.I Haiie-H( ),

were vlslt'iig III Hampton Sunday nx ndmliilxtrntor, for I the nty-lwo '
I Wynne Ferguson I of Cross City, Mr. Cleman demons Services, were held Sunday nt I. afternoon eHtnle t of ICnte 1.lvltl..I..II. dereHiied., '1..n\,aLi-e inom(22)or. Muat.less. ""nl"n*

of Texas: Airs. Minnie\ QuarrelU Rock by. the pastor. Elder Moody YouilRblond wilt nn I I''lie Ill h day of Murt-h. A. D. W. K.VKJHT,
Mr. C. A. was visit- Ii 1021: III. letnriiK, ..t hIs arfountHH
I I Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION_BRIDGE" I' of Chattahortfhee( Mrs. Ada Walker of Lacrosse.Mr. I log Waldo Monday. H adniliilHtrntor I of said entate, .lie- A. KCJIBWH Spevial Alhl.r.M'tlloltor .

_--- -.- = -._ of Gainesville Mrs. Hubte Mills andMrs. R. B. Thomas and fore the I Honorable. Uemire A. tlurdl-Itier for Complainant. 1-4-Gt.8.1
Mr. O.V.. Hlnson wus attending .1 mlKH't'nuit ..
,
of the County
JiidK"
I Cor -, Jr. I Sulnty of Brooker. -
and Mrs. Gay daughter. Hazel, spent last Sunday to business", In Starku Tuesday. for Urndford' County l.'Iurisla, -
I -- Fairbanks with Mrs. Thomas' lllc.. In the mint houne Inthn TO 1)I'lt'l'Ois
I at lit lilx i> O'I'I'N .1' :.,.
Miss Thelma Sullivan who Is a I city of Hlarku 1Iittuit, and, will i'l'olss7ntie 1 C'II
ARTICLE No. 14 I .4....... ........(... 4 mother, Mrs. K. Howard.Mr. I member of I the I1aD1Lton.gra\llml1l' at the can,,. time apply. for a tlntil, -
and Mrs. J. W. Lewis was abusinoss | | iidmlnlHtiator) I of the
1 dl'hlll'IC" ux
'' 'is
I I Deductive bids are interesting line! Hearts -A, 6,4.2 school faculty was visiting liar mild eHinte and' fir, a release from i-,. hereby given that all
tfhcult/ but every good player shouldon 1 1I Clubs 6 \ : Keystone Heights. : visitor! In Starke Saturday -! parents here Monday evening.! all I the dutleH nnd llabllltleH. its ad- Mall lltora persons l.'>KateeH having, J."trlbute.. .. and

I the alert for such opportunities Diamonds A, 8, a Mix Helen OKden. (...r. I We have several members or inlnlNinitnr, of Hiild estat5.1)itetl the estate of usury Large SKfve"deceiiHeil
id take of them. Here I is Mr. Kelly visiting In thin the 7th day of .lsnusiry.A. xtin, ,
! advantage aBind Spades-A, 7, 6, ? ........................ Clyde was both boys and "girls basketball J>. ll)20. lii are hereby: reiiulrod
i that shows the necessity for being Be on the lookout for Hands of this Starke Tuesday on business.Mr. win 1I1.lltfll i : fl ('. 1,1 VI JI-ITON., tisleti| ""r'nth!?? """'" ilimly litithen,
H. ( S. who
team of I I. helped County
Sithe Judge "t Drad-
! alert: type and don't hesitate to take a Keystone Heights; Jan. 22.- Leroy Wasden of Graham AdmlnlHtrntnr, of the enlate of fold\ &oully.* ".I.rhit. at
the games which were played at Kate UvlntTHton. Ueueimeil.tltVt38 I hi. olllcnI'lL110" 'V
chance ti I
even with a four-card suit if the Wornalt's "" 'In
On Thursday afternon was In our section one day last th. ''OWI t
: : Y : the bid betters your chance for game VanderlVllt\ last Friday afternoon IHark. wl one year ditto

I, : A ,B : and offers no great danger of a heavy club met with 'the president week. We are very proud of them. In hereof b.tr. .r thu" nole.. will be held

: Z ;' penalty.Should. Mrs. J. H. Lawrence. After a Mr. Gldson Parker'' was attend- Mr. John Lawrence of Keystone 'XIIICI! OP 'I'I'I.U' "'!'ION'" KOI delit ed .il"ffr.l".." >estate' H pO'r"nl1l In-
I are
you bid the longer of two short business meeting Mrs. E. A. ing to business In our section one Heights, will preach here at the T\\ I-KII: : pay.. .. the xanie foithwlth required to (the uii"lKned

Hearts- K.Q, 8. 3 suits irrespective of their suit value Smith gave a very interesting talk day last week.loll' executor.
Christian church next Sunday nfternoon N'ntloe I I" herebv given that Lout 1 This the I.t day 'if 1).renihpr 192"
Clubs- Q, 10 each a justifiable original bid or shoullyou on the progress of musIc In Ameri and Mrs. J, B. Thomas Mr. at four o'clock. Everyone I II. Hill I I I, holder of Tax
Diamonds-Q, 10,9,7,3,3 bid the suit of higher value first, ca. Misses Virginia Jane Miller and Mrs. It. B. Thomas and daugh- u: 6th day of July A. I II. !11128. hits of thu Entate of
Spades- J even though it be the shorter suit Jenk- In l Invited. 'll led Hald ,...,'III''al.I In I my olllo and Henry LUI'le Btv non. decMMHlJL2JLL9t .
and Dorothy
to score, rubber game. Z dealt and That question still bothers many players Betty Saunders tel' Hazel spent lust Monday uf- Mr. Cecil Moore of Clearwater made applliHtlon I for tax deed to Inline -- ---. __.___, -a_. i Ir '
ins pupils of Mrs. Smith. gave teinoon at Graham with Mr. and t therenn I In a<','",'''.'nt'e' with I law -
isBcd. A bid one spade, Y passed and and is the subject of much argument Is spending l a few days here with /Sal.I rertlltiale ernbrai-e, the follow-
bid two clubs. Z now bid two diahonds For example consider the fc/llowim piano numbers from American Mrs. J. B. Thomas' daughter, Mrs. his parents Mr. and Mrs D. WMoore. I IIIK deHcrlhiMl property' ultiiateil I ,1 ln .%0'I'lt'j: (II" l'l'i.ir "IIO' Fii

A bid two spades. Y bid three hand: corn posers. A quartette Mrs. Jo'V.. Reynolds ? I 111'l1d, I(",'" rounty, Florida I I lowlf.NnrtheaHt : T\\ HI'I:

JiamomU' and 0 pushedhat should Hearts -A, J, 10,9 Pierce, Mrs. Leon Wagoner Mrs. John Shaw passed through quarter of Northeaxtiinarter
Mr. ;
Host t luii 12 Towimlilil) C HuutlillaiiKn NOT : is 1 lnny
We will have B. Y. P. U. next IeI HIVK.V Thnt,
do? Should he try for game at dia- Clubs- K, 10, o. 5, 3 Weld and Miss Elizabeth Caughey, our section one day last week. 22: HiiHt: 41) i-i-en., T. 1. J 11'I'r I, holder IIi part* ft

jionda or should he bid three hearts iamondll-A, Q 9,5 "The Rosary". After the pro- J.V.. Lewis and Saturday night; at seven o'clock: The aHNeHxmunt, nf xald !property Tax .. No D04.* 4th d..v ,.f
lid try for game in that suit? Spades none sang Mr. and Mrs. Everybody welcome. under the Maid eertllli-ate lH"ued wax July A. H. 11)21. hue HlAl saul '..rt _

Game at diamonds looks hopelesscause No score,rubber game.\Vjiat should! th.! gram ftandlwclies cakes and tea children children spent Sunday at In tht1 nanitt. nf Unknown. 11".1. i In my 0 nIl,'. and, r..d. appll I a-
xhull be
I'lilexx' xalil r..UII..t. redeemed for tax deed to ... ,
( Y Z would lose three probably dealer bid The proper bid is one club was served to about fifty Graham with their daughter and iifcor
bur tricks. On the other hand it takes Then if overbid show the diamoium.!: present. son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. \V. Deny ShortageOn will iMxiie. theieon un thu I Nib day .mlr.' ... Ilia I followlnw ('r'll.

hie less trick for game at hearts than and partner has an accurate picture 01 The benefit bridge given by the if February., A. l II. 11)20.Imtod ) property xltunled In llrad/oid 'Il., t
DYI1I. of !."loil,In "UI
January ly
,
It I I thin 16th day to-wlt.i :
diamonds; therefore game might your hand. fie knows that you have a Woman's Club at the Inn Thursday Mr. Henry Shaw of Lacrosse Road JobsItriuirtnifnt A. H. 1029. North half c.f Northeast nuurt.T of

iisily be possible at hearts and not at five-card club suit and a four.card pleasant affairand last (I.V.. ALUKIIMA.V. Noitheaxt quarter, of Nor h. uit
night was a section: day
[idmonda. Also if Z does bid three diamond suit; otherwise had the suits I very was in our one Clerk of I'lrt-nlt Court: Br..". inaiter, Kaxt of 14. A. I. Hy. ::, ,-i a
well attended, having/ eight week. l-8-Et-2-l&: ford (!ollnty.I.'I, arts and is doubled he can very been of equal length you would
iiiily! bid four diamonds. In other preferred diamonds clubs. On the I tables. Sandwiches and coffee was Mr. Riley Wasden was attending .\.lt'ii i'i. of Itrecipte I I' The aald '

loids, a three heart bid offers a better other hand, if you first bid diamonds I served. to business. our section lat Fri" that the | road de. :\11'1'1': II.' (4 I'S HIMvi.i'"' ": OK under th* 31u1.. Uxiud propertv Wai, '
lance for game than diamonds and and then bid the clubs, your partner Rehearsals for the minstrel to day. Reports state .." 'lb III the riania of Jamea Clark..

lithoiit any great danger. has.no way of determining suit I be given Jan. :24. are held every partment Is short approximately Unless said cwrtincaU to .. Ilal. .Le r'de'siod ,

After analyzing these facts Z bid you prefer. All he can do is to guess. $4,000,000 are not borne out by Thirty diiyx. nfler date nf horeof 01. will ... a".rdlnl on the list da dl..J., at

ree hearts. A bid three spades Yid As guesses are mote often wrong than evening. Lawrence spent the ............. ........ an examination of the audit of the In-wlt.! t I the the 18th mu rlrrelgiir.l, day' FebruaryHI2'i (liinrillai' January, A. I)., 1929.

four hearts and all passed. In the right it is much safer to tell partner ar I Miss Helen C department for the fifteenth month ofr (Itnthellii. !1'rlent CharleM. .Inset ""'."' Ihll 1411 day of Decemb. e, t

1 tual play of this hand V Z just madeur once which suit you prefer for trump week. nd in Tallahassee. : LAWTEY' +* period ending December 31, 11)28.) and Juatilta, frlext Minor helm of A. itf w. ALtlnrAN'Clerk
has been t'. I H. I'llent decenxud. will auply, to -
hearts and thereby scored a gamed by always bidding your longest suit on Miss Helen Ogdeu who Hire. i.:. a:. Homer, ('or Net outstandlng/'obllgattonn on Iha I Honnruble II..". A. llurdlner, I of Circuit Court Ur..dtord -
rubber not possible at diamonds the first round. spending the summer and early County Judire of lirudford County Florida.
ft which bid they would alsohave Here is an end play! that was givenas winter In Indianapolis Ind., returned ************ ...*..**.. contracts amount to 2787318. Florida IIOh* un order to Hell: C'IIUlltf' 12lt.I10'11'1'

ored four odd.'s hand follows in 15. vate .: One-fourth undivided .
the article
wasas : a problem preceding "
Monday R. '
Keystone Heights Mesdames L. II. Hill R.
to the
xuld Mlnnr'M In
Interest each of > ] AIMM.HATIOI'OH'"
On the last day of the the
night. ThEde and Miss Enza Blanchard year the following. ..dexi-rlbe l lands lying 0'.'. nl'u:
Answer to Problem No. 16 department had & balance of and t.riig In Ilradford County, Florida -
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan .Reamer 'ofMeartvllle spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. to-wlt: f

Jlearts-Q. 8. 7. 5 Penn., are spending the Mesdames U. W. Roberts and J. 10824395. lleiclrinlnir at a point (353) feet NOTICF IS IIRRRnY niVK.V. That i
Clubs-A. K.Q : 01 her ()bllgatlo.isOther suet, of the Sorthw..t corner uf the T. holder of Tax Cer. ;
Diamonds 4 winter In Keystone Heights.Dr. T. Moore spent the past weekendIn obligations include Ntirtheant quarter, nf I the Northeast tlflcata No. 2 1. SIlt day of July A. ,
and Mrs. Gamble arrived In DeLand with Mrs. Roberts' parent apparent '(Uarter. Hectlon (30), Townchlp 1 ('1), D.. 1926. ham tiled xald cerllllcat In .
Spade- none u list of Items appearing on South Hanire ((22) rest, thence. Houlh my office and made application tu '; .
carte- K. 6. 4. 2 Hl"arts-J,3 Keystone Heights Sunday and will *, Mr. and Mrs. Tatum. the Kardex record 'amounting to U6) feet to u point nf beginning: tax deed ta IKMU thereon In ac>, ..
ubs non. ( : Y : Clubs-. 9, 3. 2arnondsJ spend the remainder of the winter 'Mr. 0. L. Thomas of Maxvllle thence Went ((105) feet thenee. alice with luw. Hald certlllcat em .
10( A B Diamonds-S I1.421.85S.94.! together with Mouth (UK ) feet th"nce Joa..t: (105)( brace the tolowl"j descrIbed property I' .
: : In Lawtey.
spent Tuesday feet thence North (6*) feet to point II County I
$475,000 sundry Invoices whichIt lradtur
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adcs 9. 8 Z : Spades J here.Mrs. Florida
: towit:
John Martin flelsenman Mr. Jim Strickland of Tampa of lieiclnnlnv, cuntalnljiw 68 feet by \ "
of Franklin Is stated have not yet been entered 101( feet In a e>|uar". Northwest quarter of Southeast ;
last
Hearts A. 10. 9 and daughter, Mildred' spent a few days In Lawtey Thin 18th day of January. J 11I21.! quarter of Northeast. quarter fcfertlon 1 -
Club-8,5 Penn., are at the Inn for a week. 1 on the record.It MYUTLia I'lllKHT, 4 'I"wn..hl.. 7.0"uulh. Itanva 22, 1* .

Diamondll-6 month or two. Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Miss also U stated that a complete -H-5t-2-l5|. OuurdlanIn .!: The assessment of said property ,1/

Spades-: I{, Larry Walrath of the University, Delma Dinklns are back on dutyat check of the department was not "0'1'.('fo1 under the aald certllloat l.aud wise ;:
Qo possible within the time allowedFor In the name of Unknown. ''j:4
spent the week end at the Inn. the school after being confinedto Dnlexa said rertlllcate b. redeemed :

Bl.ere are no trumps and Z is in theKid. C'lub.-: 7,5' Mr. and Mrs Albert C. Crawford their homes with the 0 u.MI' the au<1lt. The department always rirctilt! Court., Twnty-BI. Jnllrlnl acc"rdhlM, to .hal. deed !i

How can Y Z win six of the eight Diamonds A, Q who have been the guests of and Mrs. Fred Moore are has operated 1year in t CircuIt County of ,Florida.Chancery.In and. forBradford of will January.. A. I). on the :lat day ;

Kicks against any defense? I Spadas-A, Q, 9.8,2. Mr. Crawford's brother Dr. Crawford receiving congratulations on the advance! of the collection of Its re- Louise Drown.CiMiiulalnant., l'atsd this 14th ID3.of Dec A. D.. "
Solution: Z should lead a club win- .
Hug; the trick in V's hand with the left "Monday for their homeIn arrival of a nine and a half pound <: lptl.. It was considered Hound v. 102$. O. W. AL.DKriMAN'. \I't

Rieen. On this trick A should discarde t Y : Chicago. Mr. Crawford who Is daughter, which was born Sunday I business to build roads as rapidly A. W. Brown. Clerk of Circuit Court Urad- !

deuce of hearts. V should now leadHie tA B : a. sash and door manufacturer, has morning January 20th. as possible and award 1 contracts Defendant.Onler of Herilre. by fiihlienfl n ford County. FIQrlda. )!:..

ace and king of cluba. B follows/ : Z t I been enjoying a three weeks stayIn Mrs.. Carrie Starling of Palatka, during periods of low constructioncost. To A. W. Hrnwn. 1427 Fatherland U-2.Gt.l-11 __ .

Hiit and Z Is forced to make one diuB here last direst, Naehvllle, Tennessee: OliDrllt FOIl 11 IIMC.1TIOVIn :
Florida. was visiting her sons K U hereby ordered that you ap-
rd, the nine of hearts. A must makeBVO Ifearts-A, 1C, 5 Dr. and Mrs. Crawford with week. The board operated according pear to the Hill of Complaint tlleillerelii ,I
discards. One of th-ge should beDie I against you In the above en- Circuit Court Twenty.Sixth Ju- "
four of hearts and the other must Clubs-A, Q 10 their guests, Mr.! and Mrs. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blanchard to Its members. on the basin em- tllI..1 cauMe, un the 4th day of Irlal Clr..ul. lr".Itor.t County, titut. l_

W. the ten. of diamonds. He cannot Diamonds K, 10, 8, 7, 5 Crawford have returned from a returned to their home at Fort ployed by all* business houses Mmr'h. A. I).. H)29 and Ilradford of 1'101'101. ,I
Spades K, 7 County Telegraph !la hereby dcslg-, :J
which their stocks months In
card a upade or another heart or thirteen hundred mile trip down Pierce Wednesday. buy nated an the newspaper In which Conrip iai nan I. ,' .

Z's spade and hearts will be good. No rubber Z'bid one diamond state. H. B. Bennett of Jacksonville, advance of the season. and pay for thin order nhall bo publIshed once a VII.

At the fourth trick Y should leadDie score, A passed Y game.bid one spade and More than one hundred were spent a few dayifl Lawtey this them when they are sold. week Witness for four my (4)hand i'neeeutlVd and seal of weeks ntnrwthU T. Q. Clark l>ef.ndant. 1

four of diamonds, forcing A in theBad B passed. Z now bid two no trump A served at the last tureen supper week. Not InsolventIt 6th day of January A. I). 1U2!,. It appearing- affidavit append 'f
with the jack. A cannot lead a and U (J. W. ALDKIIMAN.HICAL to the tiled In the above ,stated
V bid three that because hil
passed no trump the Woman' Club Thursday Mrs. A. Z. Adklnn of Stttrke, was III pointed out a 1 T. .
'art or Y Z can win two heart tricks. bid their gIven by ( ;: ) Clerk. cause [1. Clark. th defendant -
passed. How should Z and V of xislneHH concern owed money Is no WALPEX.Attorney therein named Is a non-resident ,
R forced, therefore to lead a spade. evening. Those In charge Mailing her brother W. II. Ed w. it. : "
hands from that they can of the State of and
now on so Indication that It U Insolvent. Its for Complainant; Florida ha In a
R wins this trick with the king and arriveat a little slam by sound bidding? the supper were Mrs. Ella Bird. wards Sunday. 1-II-U-.U resident of Albany State of 0..0111.

turns the five of spades, again forcing Solution: Z should now bid four Mm. Edwin Buck and Mrs." Stolte. Mrs. Jergerson was a visitor to stressed that It..al ways has been U.n.ral Delivery and In over 1

R in the lead. A now has left only the hearts to show ai( partner that he can Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walker of Tacksonvllle Saturday. the policy of the department to anticipate .v OTIC.''': To pbs:lI'run A' U ('I"' IJ- of twenty-one that said years non-re: It !II"ldent therefsrsoriler.t ile- f'

Kng and six of hearts, so no matter take care of the first 'round of hearts, Ueadrllle\ Penn., are registered at Mrs. J. II. Moore and her little Its revenues In draftingIta 1IUHHNotice fondant b. and I" hereby required t'.
he leads them Y Z must win the In appear to the bill of complaint Iii.Id :
f" least. A will and Y should now budget and awarding contracts.A 'I
RiUnce of the trick at pan the Inn. granddaughter.[ Mary Edwards In hereby; irlven that. all In ..hl cause on or before Monday.
B This but bid five diamonds to show his partner Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hudson and spent Wednesday afternoon In check of the department covering redltarK L.eKat,, Dl trlbut .. and the | day of January. A. II. 1929. ,
problem is an easy one that be holds the top diamonds. If B the period from December .11 nernonn' having claim against otherwise the allocation of saId bill I''I
Rimes up so frequently that you should Z is now in the happy positionof tfr. and Mrs. Hagerty of Buffalo, itarke.M the Kxtate nf A. J. Cowarr: de<- a ed, will b* taken a* confe..ed by saul
oroughly understand the principle passes, thi Gretzler 31 to date Is being made. It Is lat* nf Bradford County. Florida are defendant. -
being able to bid .ix clubs to show N. Y. are occupying *damea T. J. Terry and A. A. -
throwing the lead. and stated this) will account for .h.r.by r"'Ied to present their J In further ordered that this or- ,
f every '
; Many a game the club trick and when A passes. Y cottage.: Smith spent Tuesday In Lake City. claims to the Honorable cleo. A. ". b. published once a week foCfour .
libber is won by that method so be on should bid six no trumps. Y Z can Mrs. Handsforth, daughter Alice S "- penny involved In the 1928 receipts lardlner. County Judgt of Bradford convecutlv week In the Bradford ,

'* lookout for similar opportunities. easily make this bid; in fact a grand of 14130117.10 and the County, Florida. for his approval County Telegraph a newspaper .
In the Pang-
The and son Donald, are within/ one year front date hereof published In laid County and Stale i .
I following hand was given a. a -t
slam if A opens clubs. When playingContract for the winter. I I Balance on hand January 1, 1928 o. this notice will In held In bar Thl.1.c.rttb.rllth, 182" .
st of born apartments
blof .
| your ability to ; hands at and you hold such a big hand ThE: KOUCM i I II S thereto. An.I.1I persons Indebtedto a. w. AiuneiiMAN' .
lontract, so as to arrive at a slam bid be on the alert for sUm possibilities Mr and Mrs George Allen who Tallahassee Plan progressingfor said deceaned eclat are requiredto I (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court 1 i I

possible: ud don't stop bidding when you can have been residents of Keystone I .. : erection of $260,000 new I pay same forthwith to th* unclorIrned By C. A. KMUHT. r"!(
I atrator.Thi Clerk
give valuable Information by doing so, Heights for about a year loft Saturday I!Mr.:Bradford County Farmer: school building to be. constructed I lltb day of January. 1921.W JOB Hruu.wiLLiAMa1"1'11" '
Answer to Problem No,.17 until 1 you have bid for the slam or are for their new home la Jack 1 have via \ 1). WAINWE4I(11Tizt9t34. Moltcltor for Complainant. .
a vine her
1Iea.-Q6,2. sure that It cannot be made. I message crape coon. ,I A4znknA.IrstoVS U-2-I-I-l !) ",i'

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a :J. P\GE BIGHT BRADFORD cocxrr TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANt'ARY 2.'J, (tD!),,
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I I committee meeting as being opposed tton Is forthcoming the sooner i iI I....;... ................ DAVID O. HNVDKROtLLKD

TelegraphEstablished J to cancellation of Greece'I Florida agriculture will: be placed I '. Rising: wIts I IIV IMT. ,,
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From 'on a more j rmaneBt and benefit -
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war debt to the United States and. .: .
) Iris MrKae. Cor.
1877 I lal agricultural plane. There iso David O. Snyder one of th ?,I,
L several other debts owed" t I I.
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** this country. We regret that ware e iheae days but that Florida must
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I A drink a day brings the doc- unable to give the text of Mr. have protect o from certain countries -! Mr. and :Mrs.: G. W. Burney and zens of Washington counii 'II.j,,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida t jtor, they say,-Gainesville Sun. Green's remarks, which are on it she la to continue to march, daughter: Miss Eva Burney of 'on Friday at his home in K, ,uvllle
Well, don't Rive him any and bell page 873 Congressional Record of forward agriculturally It Is impossible -I Starke. were visiting Mrs. L. L. aged 87 years Mr :Mud, ,
E. S. Matthews\ ._____ _______________Owner and Publisher!!stop coming.-Miami Beach Sun. I December 10. but we heartily en-. to compete with the cheap Crawford Wednesday. had been confined to the W i
J. C. Robinson_ ________________________ Managing Editor -o- I|dOrllet his stand in this matter-. labor cheap lands and cheap I f|II Miss Lillian Kelley' was visiting ton County Hospital 12 with a i 1.,.,tikI|(
'Ve know a woman who buys Mai Free Press. j means of production in various Misses Edna and Thelma Lewis hip for the past weeks tJ"r 'fI',
.-- everything away from home and o-_ countries. A tariff wall giving the i1''Sunday. removed to his home last slut, ;
SUBSCRIPTION RATE when a son was born unto her she I It will be recalled that U was. Florida farmer an even break, la I l I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and day.His
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance named him Searsbuck because he William Randolph Hearst who, absolutely essential to the future Mr. Arthur McRae motored to Key- age Is eclipsed by on. I OD
was of the male order.-Eustla through his twenty-odd newspapers success of agriculture In the state. stone Heights Sunday. man In Washington count. i IN. lit
:: Advertising Rates on Application. Lake Region.St. vigorously and bitterly opposed .,-Plant City Courier. Mrs. L. L. Crawford spent the Ing David H. Wyand a. ", 0Keedysvllle. '
--._., I the home of her who :is In hit
+ JL_' -- -- -- ----- ----------- --- a Governor Alfred E. Smith -0-- ,week-end at par sgi
Petersburg woman 104 and enthusiastically and emphat. ents. Mr., and Mrs. O. W. Burneyof
of the realm. Job
;; Heart balm is another way of saying coin Hatlmwaj'a Kwan-Hnojc To His year.Mr.
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| Snyder taught school
years of Age bobbed her hair the supported Herbert Hoover Believe me. If all these enduring Starke. i
o other day. The century plant Really presidency.! And now the. good roads Mrs. T. N. Norman Is visiting at ,Washington county for 27
'nI the home of her mother, Mrs. H. and took a great Interest In "hUI'f'f'
flowers when It reaches 100 yearsof same Mr. William Randolphi
lose their unless padded with bank Which we gaze on so Fonsly to-
notes appeal .
I t Love age.-Starke Telegraph. Better i i Hearst Is offering a $25.000 cash day M. McRae this week. and Sunday school work. l)( s 0'
; I Mr. L. L. Crawford and Basil a member of Salem U. B. church:,
1 notes. keep out of that girl's reach, Bud- price for-the best plan to repeal : Were to crack by tomorrow and
> die.-Palm Beach Independent. I the VolaUtfd "t lilt'C and to provide. slump Into sand, McRae made a business trip to He is survived by brother
-0 I i Jacksonville and Tuesday. Aaron D. Snyder: of Reed HVIIH''
-o-- I something better than the 18th I j Like Martin-gifts, fleeting away, Monday )
+, Among the things not happening these days-Circulating Contrary to'general belief(amendment. Another great Hoov-. '" sisters Miss Barbara E. huvdetKeedysvllle. ,
President Coolidge has ''er wrong and ,Thou wouldst still be beloved, ........................ Mrs. Elizabeth .,nYd'
that famous ((1)) K. C. oath. nominated supporter gone 1 though by Doyle we must part .
Republicans for both federal showing np In a decidedly Inconsistent Let they prerequisites pass as : SAMPSON CITYCleo : er of Starke, Florida: ; Mrs 'cane; "
.0 JUdgeships in this state. Mr. Cool{ attitude..KIsslmmee Val they will E. Wyand, of near KakleMm

-r: Plant City Courier didn't miss it so far after all when it'' Idge. however, is not aa obligatedJo ley Gazette. While around the dear payroll Thomas and Mrs Roseann ZlmmcrmatKeedysvllle. ,"

%, + spoke of "Florida's six electrical votes for Hoover." Florida Democrats as Is Mr. ----0AU -- each wish of my heart :....................C.. ,
the Funeral Monday aftnruooi
Hoover.-Sanford Herald. the newsapper men in Will entwine Itself tearfully We had services here Friday
o -e-- state, and many other good citi-.I still. I.night by Rev. Hemingway and Rev. leaving the house at 3 "dorl> ,
ate P I The \Vauchula Advocate has discovered gene are pleased with the appoint. I -Tampa Tribune. G. P. Raymond of Starke. services in the U. B. church I','
Tampa Tribune volunteers the information that the car that It takes 35 gallons of ment of Robert W. Bentley to bea j I A Header" Answer, I Mrs. Lonnle Morgan and children Rev. R. A. Strausbaugh loser

1 given Hathaway had a rear-end. But not "the rear end of a 'water to make an ear of corn member of the board of the state Believe me if all those enduring from Brooker. spent theweekend ment In Keedysvllle..llager

,, M i Ford." weighing one pound which, according -I road department and his obvious I rear ends with her sister, Mrs. town (Md.) Globe.
< ?I to the Bradford County selection for the nex: four :years I I That Doyle: scanned in the days of I(I Hogan Smith and family. Mr. Harvey M. Snyder: was ail
< ? o Telegraph In turn will make 35 as chairman. Mr. Bentley a first i last spring .Mr. and Mrs. David Kelley and wised by wire last week or th:

IIM, "s''; Of interest to those who found a cigar lighter in their. gallons of "corn." Ocala Star. class executive: as he proved In Should now fall no matter bow daughter Eunice son Mr. and Mrs. death of his uncle, his death leau,!
his "work first! as manager of the Ing his sister :Mrs.! Elizabeth
-0-- I much dough he spends, I, Berry Kelley, from Tampa spent
Christmas sock is a court decision ordering money refunded The the Snyder of this city the oldest l\|
new superintendent of Tampa Times and later In same : (Tho It might be for new piston I Sunday afternoon with relatives \|
; on a lightless lighter. schools for Marion county is Mrs. I position on the Tribune; also as J' rings.) Ing member of the'Snyder fa mil';',

o Iva Sprinkle. She ought to be the successful manager of the pit would still be the bunk, as we I here.Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Smith of being 86 years of age. Mrs Snjc;
P't able make which he built er's name was not changed: hj
to young sprouts grow I Bradenton Herald, knew all the time Hawthorne, were visiting their
Nt Palatka Daily News published a 32-page progress edition if there U anything In a name.- I up from a small town dally Into a I In spite of Doyle Elam's own son. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith marriage her husband. Mart',
Yr 1'ArTyy r last week setting forth in detail the many resources of Pa Orlando Sentinel. There la; she really big newspaper. So far as | word; Sunday afternoon. Thomas Snyder now deceased n
latka'and Putnam can.-Ocala Star. we are concerned the governor{ And when the new Board lets con- I I Mr. Lucian Thomas of Jacksonville though bearing the same nan.
Ii county. -'--VThe -- I could not have made a better ap tracts, tho' they haven't a spent the week-end with his not being related.to this family I,
---0-- sheriff of Volusla county I polntment. Palm Beach Independent dime mother'Mrs. Della Thomas.Mr. .
I Jacksonville New Ore "'ngln
Is bewailing the fact be was forcedto : J. and !
C. Harry
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pawls son
' I We'll see then "whose ox has been purchased for Jacksonville Beat
a Sanford Herald advises donkey riding to who
anyone impound and sell two pigs, under --o-- I who baa been spending this week 1
wants to get a kick out of life. If that is not sufficiently exciting the provisions of the new 'It doesn't relieve us to know gored.T. in Tampa Tribune.o here were. visiting In Palatka Sun
stock law for which he received: that the state has no bonded indebtedness -
; try twisting the donkey's tail. I ----o- day.Mr. DR. R. S. CARROLL
tit some $6 and had to pay an expense -; when the component (".\ ) OK THANKSWe and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Dentist
as YI Y o bill of $43.50. Maybe this! counties most of them are being and Mr.-John: Walker of Palatka
I is an indictment of the fee system, crushed with bonds-and many of spent Monday with relatives here. Over Corpenlng's Drug Store
wish to extend sincere
Chronicled in, the society: notes of the week is the marriage our
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not of the no fence statute.-Pa.latka them for what the state should thanks We are having a revival meeting
to the friends of
; II of Mr. Moon to Miss Knight. It will be a cold dark night Daily News.' have paid for. We refer to the and vicinity who so nobly Lawtey asslted this week.by the pastor Rev. HemStaf Office Hour: 9 to :i.

fi ; on the first appearance of a full moon -o-- state roads. The state road department us In the sickness and SlhTki ,lpgwajr of, ke.
Say the DeLand Dally News made the counties all our beloved father.. David "B.
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----0-- "Wonder why the press does not that would do It, put up a considerable Browning. .. ,. -f fIf
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-"; If the threatened lopping-ofT of state office holders comes refer to It as the California !flu I portion of the cost of the Jas. )[. Browning Mrs. A. L. : '"'

to pass watch some bright legislator propose a pension fund I demic.: West Indies storms" ePI.1 state roads running through they the Crews Mrs. Cecil Niland Mrs. J .;", HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
ly get tagged; as "Florida. counties, even though were W. Holmes Mrs. Ed ,
i I Sweat and
for them and tax it on the automobile owner. !the most pertinent wisecrack of ,state roads. That meant bonding Miss Lillian Browning. ..'
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,'2 r 'p4; -- the year and Is worthy of a medal 'i by the counties. The E.-R, editor ;
from the PaRAGraphers union.- 'has a plan of getting upthls bond Port Tampa Remodeling practically i
f, i A man never knows how sick he is until he reads the doc Palatka Dally. News.' Interest and sinking fund money, '. completed at Picnic Island STARKE, FLORIDA

., ?, r, r tor's prescription, according to the Times-Union. A prescription -- o- or a great portion of It, without plant of Asiatic Petroleum Co.. I' Represents the Beat Leading Insurance Companies
Now comes! Newark N. J.. reporting -I working any hardship on anyoneor project costing over 100000. : .
and ancient look alike
carvings to layman.
4 a I the( conviction of a former any property, and we will trot j I I Apalachicola -- Construction :jot ,1 FIRE. ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND LIABILITY

0.--- 1 minister of criminal libel In having It out about the time the legislature Gorrie bridge across bay between I J ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
circulated that spurious Knights convenes. We know it will here and Godley's Bluff will be j
As far as we can find out the who against the _. ... ..
guys are of Columbus oath. If there is1 work, if adopted, and once put into started shortly.. .. -.- --- ua 'r Ya
Baumes law are those who received a life sentence for being ,enough of that sort of thing we effect, we know it would i --- .

I1 -v.- convicted the fourth time for a felony. and their friends. 1 J!may come to be fair and honest'j.'never be,given up.-Madison En- I I, L-. ---..... n .0 .___ ____ ., .. __.,'
about that oath-and that's something -! terprise-Recorder. .. .
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desirable.
very Tampa ----0-- i

a In DeLand they lock up the car for four months when the Dally Times. I There has been much criticism t I
I -o-- of the way in which the prohibition
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: driver is caught speeding. That way the court figures they i Miami Is ready to greet Mr. law has been enforced in the t

driver can pay his fine out of what he would otherwise pay for Hoover with a reception such as United States and yet the fact ,

((14i gasoline. ,has never before been tendered a 'that all previous records were surpassed I r i iH ;
n r
visitor to this sta- Floridians I by the government's en-
i 'P o want the President elect to know ;i forcement officials In the last fiscal t :

In Tennessee theV.. C. T. U. has appointed 100 women that they are Just as hospitable as I year "would seem to indicate that t :: 7 -
they have been represented I is being steadily '
Y' L. vigilantes to report to the grand jury persons whose "breath; thousands of northern visitors byl I',some made. progress Convictions. 48.820, or t ;.co'.. '

,' t' bore the taint of alcohol." Oh, well, women who are not particular i come here each winter.-Sanford more than 4,000 a month, and t \ ,

; k about the whereabouts of their noses will not mind an I Herald. more than ISO for each court day. I.t. I.
o I Fines In fhle aggregate! more than
; occasional whiff of limberger or garlic. ,
.
Jacktonville preacher announced $7,000,000, or nearly $600.000 a ie I
o : The offering will be taken month and $20,000 each day Prison II
,' '' while the choir sings I Need Thee sentences in the aggregate 7-, I
't ; Chicago policeman, weight 255 pounds is suing his ,wife Every Hour.-Tlmes-tnlon. 700 :years. Christian Science#'! 'h

+ weight 95 pounds for divorce charging she took his gun reminds as of the bulletin in frontof Monitor. A reader hands In the :At

r'C1 Y away slapped his face sat on him punched his jaw and the church which reads: above Information, which we are
I"Preaching tonight at 7:30. Subject We would like to
glad to publish.
wound up by throwing him out of the house. Figuring at the
: Hell. Mr. Jones will sing know the number of people actually '
'' ; o same ratio a company of gangsters could chase the entire police --I Tell Mother I'll be There.EustisLake violating the prohibition law in 2

force to the tall timber. Region.: the United States, also the numberof
,
-- arrests and the total cost of
0- Since he made the rash state prohibition enforcement during the /

: '"fir t It is our deliberate opinion that Governor Carlton made ment of knowing places In Central I nscal year mentioned above. I
ffl Florida where he could find a good .Wauchula Advocate A
; a good start when he selected Bob Bentley for chairman of I substitute for mountain licker 0- II

the State Road Department. Mr.[ Bentley is a man of strong I Benjamin<' of the Palm Beach Independent Florida's representatives in

executive ability and his long training in the newspaper business has had six personal congress. are favorable to "any I

", I is calculated to give him a broad view of the situation calls thirty-seven telegrams and, measure that affords relief for ,, ,
two bags of special delivery malt. their constituents," according to .
t that confronts him in his new position. Under his leadership'I That's the penalty of being indiscreet I word received from there. Several 5' .: .

; i' we shall confidently expect: to see the road department deal Starke Telegraph. We i have expressed themselves as not -- -4

broadly and fairly with all parts of the state and make substantial I haven't been Indiscreet enough to caring whether It la a republican be'' tt t .
ti tell an'body.-Palm Beach Inde measure or not, the results to
? ,7 progress toward completing the road program as mapped pendent. obtained being paramount. That'
'
out by the legislature. I I ---0- U> the right idea and the Idea with I I A CHECKING ACCOUNT

II I Congressman R. A. Green, -who which they should take up their I ) .
o I so ably represents this district at labors In securing protection! for
I
; ,': r, Tallahassee State News is pointing out that if the Sharkey-; Washington, carved his niche In I Florida-produced farm products

,'" Stribling fight is pulled off next month in Miami, Gov. Carlton,|our hearts a little deeper the other i j Much time has already been lost WITH THIS BANK IS A
day when he went on record In'' along this line and the sooner ac-
+ ; will violate his oath of office. The governor's oath is to enforce I
1, .
f ,-_. ... ........
ALL laws-an _'ZC""Xz.: ==%K-X"1LJ utter impossibility because of public sentiment i BUSINESS RECOMMENDATION

"1 : ': and our officials take the oath of office with ,

'r mind. Anyway, there's no difference between a prize fight j t Choice Strawberry Plants I I -, .

4 staged by individuals, the American Legion or the Florida I ,

t' ', National Guard. If it's wrong for private individuals to hire I. I, One of the best business recommendations

boxers and charge the public admission to see the match, then I have plenty of good Improved Missionary and Improved i -. v :..*.,fcJ you can give to any business concern in this
it's for organization to hire boxers
wrong any and charge admission -'
i :
'_c' ? the legislature of 1927 to the contrary notwithstand Klondike berry plants all from young beds state ... ;"?, ._ : community is the fact that you have a

i ing. checking account in this bank. know
; They
w inspected and passed; we carry Florida permit to ship '
; "
.M1 + M o ; ,. that "we do not carry accounts unless
a'' + wishes I into your state. We ran fill any order at 1000, $2.75; i
: Governor they
t r Everyone Carlton success in his effort are sponsored by responsible men.

", '' ; to point a way toward relief of the present tax situation. We I 5000 lots or more $2u>0 per thousand. _For 50 years the. I -- --

have come to the point where real estate can no longer carry : : Setter get this recommendation behind
I """.k-- your
word Bauer has stood the
for best
berry plants grown
the bulk of the load alone and something must be done to relieve your name as quickly as possible.

it. Otherwise an increasing amount of this property will and today we still produce the very best. We hope to

t l be thrown on the hands of the state from year to year with aconsequent .

increase in the tax rate on the part remaining have your orders. BANK OF STARKEA

; the tax books. This process would soon bring us to the pointof
ROLL OF HONOR
confiscation and bankruptcy. We have had our little season BANK

't 1 of boasting about our exemption from this and that tax considered : J. A. BAUERJUDSONIA t E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier

legitimate and proper and necessary in much older

:' R states. It is time now to look the situation straight in the face ARK., BOX 10 I

and prepare to meet it. I ; .

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