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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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9t: DEFICIT SHOWN Melon Shipping I RURAL CLUB WORK WITH !! SEEK CUT ON I LEGISLATORS



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eanUIY BOARD AUDIT .. I FOR ECONOMY
Motor vehicle of Florida
..: Shipping Rulra Will Be Op- owners I

*4, po..d. During the past two weeks I''school by the count agent: It wall'' are to meet February 1 to consider

Figures Wore PWo
chheri At TaUa.lIR.'II4<<'t", By BRVON WEST been spending some time with the Interested In club work and revialonot automobile-license fees. .

lilt 'J'1aU'Flre Thursday Tallahassee, Jan. 24,-The department boys of the county relative to the 'expected that these girls will give Definite action on a proposed -

Is In I organizing of 4-H clubs among I dub work a boost by enrolling bill covering these points wilt be Winter Haven Jan. 24. -Consolidation
dei!| Fire breaking out. la the attic Tallahassee, Jan. 80.- The State I of agriculture arms '
the them, The boys and girls are very Interested taken at a state-wide meeting In of the fish and game and
n>'d ID f .the Dr. Parks home\ on Thomp- Road Department is taking up Its against new rules, proposed by On Jan. 17th in organizing themselves Orlando today
in Southern Freight association covering a party consisting shell fish departments, abolition of
Millnan( Iton street Thursday morning, rallied I budget of construction and main shipments of watermelons i of the county agent the county In club work and all parents are At this time also a permanent ,useless bureaus adequate federal

,, 'out the fire department and I tenance this year with a slight. deficit from Florida. The rules will be supterlntendent of public Instruction I asked and urged to assist the organization to be known a* the aid In draining the Everglade*

(gave them a few minutes work outstanding according to fig considered by the rate committee I the state boys club agent and youngsters who are striving, or Association for the Reduction! of ind raising additional revenues for

001 with the chemicals In stopping. .the I Iblaze. ures submitted the state highway I of the association' in! Atlanta January the extension district agent made I are willing to work together'; to Motor Vehicle Licenses, will be the operation of schools were discussed

oil\ The fire evidently. started : board by auditors engaged In accounting 28 a. visit to some of the schools of make the farm and home a better formed. here today at a conference

' bl from.a defective.flue* for the de artment's assets Commissioner Mayo today stated the county and discussed club place to live. These boys and This announcement was made ot members ot the state legislature

Her r\ew Brokerage Firm and liabilities. their adoption "virtually would work with the boys. Most of the I girls aro anxious to make better Saturday by John. H, Ross Miami, called to consider the major

er< .\ ol8Srs.! J. M. and II. L. Dr wn- The figures, which, It was stated destroy the Florida: melon Industry boys have expressed unus.ua! Interest !' :men and women to meet the com-I director of the proposed association problems confronting the ,11 !$t
shall >.
in becoming club members and petition they \ of motor .vehicle owners.Reforms tension
lee operating' under the firm name were subject to minor revisions, ." lie wired his protest and In-I
ail of ,Brownlee Bros., will be repre- i were placed before the board at its tends to have a representative' at It Is hoped that these can 'be organized I the future, and only by the cooperation !Nought The meeting was held ImmedIately
I
here. Into.clubs that will mean I of the parents can vno I after a discussion ot green
Carlton
tb ented on the local shipping platform quarterly meeting lust held I the hearing. Governor eX-I The proposed legislation; will accomplish
much to the progress of agriculture pect success. Therefore let us I frtitt legislation and the legislators
eB'bel' this spring, buying berries I They were needed in the prepara also will be asked to Intervene in three major reforms according
I I In Not the I encourage and assist! these boys
the county. only I prevent Indicated the tuentl-
tlon of the tentative budgeupon the fight. to Mr. Roas.
: and other truck for shipping to '
be I boys but also the girls are taking ,and girls in the work which will I ment prevailing In both the house
is- to would
Hi northern markets. They have which a public hearing In brief the regulations! It will reduce license fees 50 perCent
an Interest In the work. Upon a make of them our leaders In ..ourcounty's nid senate conformed strictly with.
nil)- leased a pony refrigerator line and held later.A require shippers at their own ex-I oi>.n up new source of revenue
of $2 228,327.27 was with heavy the recent visit to the New River I progress. "abolish I Governor Carlton's policies on eco
nYI.< refrigerator cars will also be pro-.1 total pense to line paper to municipalities and
I I h) Ided for use of those who deslroo shown as "excess liabilities over side walls of cars, bed the floors the $150,000 annual "political | :nomy and easing the tax burden

, \ consign. funds with the state! treasurer and and pad the ends with at least two I percent against 4.82 percent for : 1>lulI\" by providing for the Issuance 1 borne by the property owners of'Ihe
:
rl'a fa -- I In banks." It was pointed out, tons of excelsior, as well as load 30 DROPPED Hie pretedlng year. of \license platen cost .to I state.

inn. ':lIlal'KlnJe Store: however, that this did not Include I the melons compactly( and board i "In the auto theft department I the motor vehicle owner, he said.!. Gwt Tux DlitriiHNiil.

''y S. R, Johns la having a fifty foot outstanding contracts. the car doors. I FROM MOTOR ,' said the letter, "the cost of At the pitment time annual registration The gasoline tax question WaA

ndditton placed on the tear of his I Funds!! with the treasurer and in The rules are proposed by the : I['ollectliiK $150,735.50 for the and license fees!! are distributed also discussed but no 'definite decision

gin store: near the depot, the extension bunks were listed aa follows: railroads composing the Southern BUREAU STAFF ending September. 11128, as follows: Five per cent was reached relative to re-

art being built alongsicta the Seaboard Treasurer: Motor Vehicle license Freight association. In combatting i $10 ..791.97being 112,63 yeltr\\ lo maintenance of the state road ,iluclng the present levy, although.

spur track to allow 'unloading dl- fund, maintenance, 5 per cent, $6.- the regulatory proposal, it la I --' 'rent while the cost of department; 25' per cent to construction ,the possibility of tacking a tax on

rect'' from cara. The additional 373.40; state federal aid fund 70 stated Florida will offer definite ,iiVinor Oiilcra. 11I'00.000n",1 $240,07897 for the year ending: I and maintenance of county oft dr ika was suggested to replace

,.pace was needed I for storage of per cent, $47,557.69! state road data relative to claims'against!! the I Cut In 1'JlI"'n"Tallahos8elt. : i September, 1927, was $137,919.30 roads; 70\ per cent to construe R-y cut In revenue brought

Increased new stocks of goods, and tax fund 145940.64 ; federal aid railroads for damages caused by Jan 26. I Ilr 57.55 percent. tlon and maintenance of state and ;about by amending the gall tax
-Reorganization
e practical/! doubles the 'floor space road fund $16,298.72 state road rough handling and damage due "In the motor vehicle license department slate-aid roads. I I law.

of the building. license fund, gasoline 3 cents, to delay In tran Jt.c. of the state motor vehicle the cost of collecting $4- Under the proponed new bill, 30 Legislation revising taxes wilt

$30.60, a total In. all of! $616,194- department, with suggestions for 1150,660.26 for the year ending per cent would KO to construction not be considered until the senators

I.Rftt Day to Qualify 95. Green Pleads State saving more than $100,000 a year September 1928, Including salaries and maintenance of state and' and representatives are furnished
Saturday, February 9th, is the in banks, given for other utate-ttld roads 30 cent to'' drawn
The sum In Its operation., ,waif directed by traveling expeiiHon and per copies ot bills being
> last day freeholders can quality Bay county: was $ 7UO.Og, or a Before Governor Carlton today In a let BXpttiiaea. was $214,119.59, being county roads 10 per cent trt state' by the Florida Association of Real
bond election to Measures
in the
- for voting grand total with treasurer and I ter to n. B. 1>Plnkston appointed 4.41 percent, while the cost of collecting loud department and the other 30 Estate Boards* which has outlined,
be held In March for the erection
banks $263,614.03. commissioner.! Mr. $6.076,716.45 for the year per rent to maintenance of streets I IIn a definite legislative program on
yesterday as (
of a. new city hall. It you are a. House Committees I
Liabilities Shown Plnkston succeded W. F. Allen ending September! 1927, was municipality where owner of [ these problems.

property owner and desire to express Under the heading of liabilities, -- I who resigned. $116,782.19 or 2.74 percent Solarlea motor vehicle resides, or to county (limit** Financing

your choice properly In this matter qualified the report showed the following Washington Jan. 29.-Hep. R. I: In pursuance of the governorsdirections have Increased greatly In If owner resides outside ot Incorporated The people of Florida are entitled1
that
are
see and ready.your for the vote. figures: A. tireen; of the Second Florida : the new /.c<>mniln loiier j each case while traveling ex- city or tow n. to adequate federal aid In financing

Miscellaneous accounts payable, district: today appeared before the :, took Immediate steps to reduce ex-' peuselH uie almost double Would .Abolluli SjBtctnAt the Everglades dralnaga

:shrubbery. at Clubhouse < 1377086.42 ; payrolls, unpaid ways and means committee and :: pensea the drat being suspension'' '"An analysis of the department I'i' present license tags" aro sold project, legislators from Iad&

A truckload of shrubbery donated 'January 11, 1929, $53,743.06 ; estimates urged tariff protection on Florida of 30 employes of the department. I organization-Indicates that almost 'hy ugomles I throughout: the state jat j county declared." Recalling the

, by the Glen St. Mary Nursery earned, $718,857.25; grown vegetables lie pointed out : Other revisions suggested: by the every division has an extesslve I added expense to t thu Vehicle j huge appropriation grunted lorMUitlssippI

was unloaded last week and I earned retainage tyhtch. I iji; paid that It Florida growers of tomatoes governor will be carried out, the number of employes and that the owners.' This system would be4 flood (control the South.

planted by employees of the nursery upon the completion of contracts, and other vegetables were to commissioner said. expenses can be greatly I educed I abolished by the bill ,iu"t tag |, Florida members said the lotm ot ffil

under direction of Mr. II. B. $341.558.32, or $1,060,416.57 under I continue In his line of production I The reorganization order came I without Impairing the elllcleticy of would,, ht! sold through a public lite In the river Inundation could,

the head of "estimates," suspense I In the olllclal without extra cost. i not be compared with the 2000 totalities H
'Wiggins. Many beautiful and expensive .: It would be necessary for adequate tetter a formal exchange of letters the department, even now
accounts subject to voucher, I I I1.llm'lI The new bill provides, as shown in the Lake Okeechobee
plants are included in the tariff to be placed upon foreign between lovenor Carlton and the rush season. IF
,-.:, collectionand they were placed :l $15,696.25;. totaUln alU$2.Ul.-! <,'grown products.; -. .. '''fbriner fomml8HlonfiTln which Mr. I Time HlioHPiirtl i I above, that !the municipalities frpm.' disaster.
I Ihuildillg. 941.30, leaving $2,248,327.-27 In' appeared be- In which the feus are paid will bene The offer of $5,000,000 from,
to effectively set off' the attractive :I Judge! Green also! Allen submitted his resignation "You will, therefore! plvuoe organize
: funda with fit In lo the amount should not be accepted
Selection of the plants ,'excess liabilities over lore the committee on irrigation writing" n nil the governor accepted department for u reduction I pioportlou the, government
I from treasurer and banks. I I and advocated the your paid to the state for licenses. Ill' the Dude county delegation
were made by a committee ''and reclamation It. $5000 a
II resources ; of approximately the past-Mils hUll not been done, It and the government
anticipated contended
I the club. I Actual and favorable report on the bill providing l-'ollouM' Out ,\Kr; M'JiH'iit Immediately. Iti making
.-, for the remainder of 1029 were I for the making by the government I I \Mr. Allen Informed the chief he month will ofcourse i: In. claimed.TwoCenterHili. should be asked for 1ft

I'ours lJoo/ Out I given as follows: !' of loans to drainage or 'was resigning "in accordance; with your adjustments take Into consideration you efficiency : times this amount particularly*

I II Taking advantage of the cold Resources with treasurer and levee districts on alluvial or my verlml agreement with your llrat In the second place i t i since Florida! suppoi'ted( the Republican

II I day Monday when moat of |heable- banks January 11 $1,240,387.67 l swamp land*, lie stated that the I secretary at 3 o'clock yesterday than from u given national ticket In the presidential
where one
I bodied were indoors on account of I Leon county, projects 56 and 672, I pannage !pf this bill would enable I afternoon," and added that "In family more I h* employed you should! ll..I People Killed On I election, Previous administrations

the flu, Sheriff Epperson poured an 88478.84 ; state federal aid road the department of interior to make stepping out of my position, Ii to give the. they said had promised
handle the matter as
accumulation .of booze and near- license fund, gasoline, 3 cents, $6- :loans without Interest to the drainage I I i give you a free hand to do as you to members' I aid. With Florida In the
benefit of employment There
booze into the storm sewer at the 500,000; federal aid fund, $2,000- district of the state of Florida. think best with the motor vehicle I Crossing Hoover column, the NVerglade.itlralnaKe
families. Third am
of different
of the courtyard. Some excessively $12,834.966.51.& I Instances I project should be pushed
corner 000; total, He also stated that in many department, satisfied that all employes will bo I --- -

active home brew keep Under the heading of "suspense I these districts were failing The governor's reply expressed glad under the circumstances, to C. P. l.rHln nnil. I'.Mt.: :MHP I.<-M |114 at the next session of congress.

: the small crowd from venturing funds" was the following: to meet payments on outstanding appreciation! for "the spirit which hour Instead of an IH> In Auto AH Train Illtw. II, Would Cut IiixMtorM|
only an
where the bottles were work, and use I Investigation of the state gam*.
too close tp Pledged( for specific and reclamation bonds, manifest adding "you will
drainage you
the luncheon
hour and halt for noon
gurgling into the trap, their action can be drawn only as earned: Su- I but that with the enactment of doubtless enjoy a relief for awhile giving a an additional halt. O. P. Lewis, aged about 75/ and shellfish commissions has convinced

being similar to ''a fully charged wannee county, $406,493.06; Walton I this bill these districts would be from the exacting requirements of hour to the state. years, and his granddaughter, Kva; the committee assigned
chemical fire extinguisher. county, $570,380.58 ; total loans well the Independence I' to the Inquiry that the two bureaus
.. able through government public service, aa as "I am, of course, not acquainted Mae, about 15 years old, were instantly should be consolidated
$970,873.64. without Interest to take euro of of private pursuits. killed while crossing a
of
Thirteen Pound 11Mj8! L..Walters, with the personnel your department reduce the number oft(
S. to
chiefly
A of fishermen composed The auditors were all future paymen s. In hU letter to Mr. Plnkston. the and can only look for results track at Center Hill Just south ot
party the regular department auditor, further stated thtit more than governor said It had "appeared to I the when their car was Inspectors,
He above depot
the ,
of A II. Johns J. W. Andrews, Jr., by asking you to pursue
McCall, Tampa, ac audit The problem of school financing;
and George Indebtedness analysis of an Lino
drainage him from an struck northbound Coast
by
and E. M, Johns returned Thurs the Importance $19,000,000 I general policy. Hy this change you hua not been fully Investigated br.I .
emphasized cost
Both the
countant. now existed In Florida districts, of the department, that : should the state approximately train No. 40 at about midnight I'
day night from a day's fishing, consideration save but the special
of taking into and that passage of this bill was of its operations was "out of line. Thursday night. They were returning I the legislators,
of 65 $110,000 a year.
their consisting
string the "outstanding contracts. the retention of He listed items showing that the Mrs Lew In j committee' Is convinced that guar
for pulling
the best hope went into detail / from ,
\ tack bass. The The governor then ev .. l'
speckle perch ana monies I anteeing sufficient funds to give *
lands by their own cost of collecting certain Henboard night train for a
bonded : the
these personnel, on
granddaddy of the aggregation HKJHWAV IIO.tRD KXDSSKSSION : the that salaries about the Inspection ery child: in Florida an equal>
was a big black bass, tipping the ; AKTKR; HKVKRAL; : ers. exceeded receipts had been explaining that $56,000 a year I trip to Sturko ,on business. chance for education: will be thu

scales when brought in that night UII"OICT.STCTIOS!>4 I .-- and traveling expenses that the would be saved by such a plan It la presumed that light there first duty ot the 1920 session. Suggestions
mc.\lwonu cot'XTVHKI : :Increased, and asked bur-I Mr. Allen Issued! n statement I or mint or the car: being closed,
at twelve pounds and thirteen -- I : > CROSS bo reduced by $ made( today Included
should hear
den about his made It Impossible to snen or
state uncertain
0)1 nces. Tallahassee, Jan. 30.-The cay Ing he was changes In the apportionment oC;
-- department adjourned Us In Starke month Immediately. I plans for the future. "I expect to I the approaching train which stops to creataa
road The Red Crosa Chapter To Cut lii-* torn Hill. The sedan wan the gas tax revenue, no as
1lJe Officials Hero meeting today, after a l be in Tallahassee at least until at Center to tlden
the fund
past
quarterly during larger
has been busy Reorganizing the department I emergency
Leroy Brandon, Clearwater, Monday 1 he said. "During that practlrallr demolished.
March ,
since early of ft1
session lasting with several rasesof the list of county boo/df over periods *
helping reducing
month
A. S. York, St. Petersburg personnel and be quite bnay Both bodies were badly bruUed
grand master
which time It per time I shall probably
morning during that of nancfal embarra Bment. A detailed -*
particular I
In from the present
flu, one
Inspectors The train was
and license broken.
and limbs
past grand master, myself from the business
fected a reorganization, prepared the Dunlap family, who are all of 19 to 5, which he suggested extricating Investigation plan will be worked out an C. H. Hyde district deputy grandmaster and adopted roster and responsibilities of motor held for au hour while an
IU tentative budget sick In bed. It will be a month In his letter, the governor made. I presented at another conference.
among of Florida. was
of Palatka were :
commissioner
attendance various resolutions. btforeIr\ Dunlap wilt be able to estimated would save the state approximately vehicle Mrs. Lewis was reached: on her j I "Soft' Drink Tux
the Masonic officials In
The tentative budget is to be do kind of work, therefore this $110,000 a year. The Will Knlcr: HuMliMi The proposal to levy a special
Bradford Monday eve any train at Cltra and she at once returned
tifcon Lodge Star advertised in dally newspapers, family will have to depend on the five inspectors, he Raid, could be "For 15 yearn previous to receiving to Center Hill, and then tax on soft drinks for school purposes
Members of the Eastern will be
ning
and a public hearing on It generosity of our citizens for help. distributed In. the four congres- my appointment from Governor to Luesburg. She was or lo reduce the burden of;
this on
were Invited to be present on held here March 5 to consider suggestions ''I am making this appeal for funds lonal districts and one for the Martin I wan In the real estate came by the awful tragedy. the property owner met considerable

occasion and refreshments were and complaints before a to buy 'whatever Is necessary to state at large and co-operate with ,and Ire Insurance business band- overcome The bodies were brought to the opposition. Collection of thq l, ''

nerved, Masons from adjoining permanent budget of construction keep them until the father Is well the munclpalllles In enforcing the ling also private mortgage loans | HarrU funeral home on Lee street. tax, It was declared would require! j

towns were present and the crowded spa and maintenance work for the ensuing enough to work again. Kindly license tag law. I for Individuals, writing surety The family Is awaiting word from an additional bureau, and the net;;

cious lodge rooms were year is adopted. send donations to Mrs. O. P. Ray In a statement to the Associated '' bond.* and making deeds. Then five In Wisconsin before funeral return would not be worth whlI6, '!

with members and. visitors.3IIS.H : -. Before adjourning, the board decided mond, Secretary of Red Cross.M Press Mr. Plnkston said he Intended 'I'years I spent behind the counters arrangements ason are completed1.jLeesburg .-- ,The proponents of the plan, however -. ,'

KLI\: )(.\1.: LOMJ COXMCCTKI to include in the tentative '- KOU- to carry out; to the letter the requests of stores. I expect to go Into some Commercial. suggested that the manuf& .t
; ) WITH RIVKKSIOKThe ; budget construction of the San Sebastian ELROHK POHTOFFICK from the governor. Not r kind of business but lust where turers ot soft drinks could pay tha i
river bridge at St. Augustine IU:)) I do not I. in the same way as the gasoline 'i '
only has he reduced the personnel or what kind of business Leesburg, Jun. 27.--C. P. Lewis tax
and spans over the Alafia and -- also all the : companies pay the tax on mo I i
many friends!! of Miss Ella Into the by 30 suspensions, but know."I and grand daughter, Iva Mae '
Myakka rivers on road No.6. A yegg forcing his way the five worked hard since tor fuel, or before the product
Mae Long the attractive daughter! of a :inspection force, except have very Lewis, who was killed at Center
Included
way
will Numerous other projects are Melrose postofnce by the executive. In Tallahassee as motor vehicle reaches- the retailers. The leglslator j
of Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long all night got suggested by being Hill by a train hitting their sedan '
-In the tentative budget, back window Saturday complete reorganization and heavy responsibilities I. will hold another meeting at
"Interested In learning that she his There will be a> eoramtatloner arly Friday morning, will be <
for
which will be made public only a handful pennies resting Orlando within the next fourweeks.
depart upon
of were .
Is now a member of the staff at believed last of the Inspecting be burled from the Baptist church "
shortly. trouble it was Plnkston said. I feel that I have dona the A special committee will ; .
Riverside hospital in Jacksonville.Mlaa of ment, Mr. me. at Center Hill at 3:30 Sunday af I.
Long who la a young woman No changes In the personnel night. call "1m going to do Just what the bellt I could under the circumstances ternoon. The bodies will be carried fix the date and more
department were ordered. The Chief Deputy John Trotter designating an have received hundred proposals concerning i
of exceptional charm and beauty, the Investigated governor asked In and direct to the Baptist church detatled.I'
board did not take definite action ed to Melrose yesterday, each congressional of tetters from automobile I bills under consideration. ,
ha ateo proven herself a splendid theft. Inspector for > In Center Hill, where services will j1 j1I
bridge
any proposed road and the reported for the state at and dealers congratulating submitted for discussion.l
student with unusual executive on to small building district and one owners be conducted by their regular pastor
of the
deciding I window
honored matter the members A shall reduce expenses. to the'service this department
| ability Miss Long has been large. I me on there.
everything to the budget, had been pried open postofnce The personnel of I, the automobile ownIng BOY HCOIT TROOP
leave rendered
has who.
I with the appointment of night made the minimum. Both wera Instantly killed I .
of importance and exit :!
tIIT'1'JJlUFJolTIQ
that nothing drawers rifled i department (() :
such a for the
superintendent of Riverside hospi which means the office will be kept to public. I bespeak returning from putting Mrs. Lewis
Although
'up for the I the front door. I _
taken through
be service
will enough efficient
have Just I the same
to
extend
tal. Her many friends are reveal standard as on a train for a business trip to
check Id
ing congratulatlons.Gaillesvllle next two months. a complete may worker la both efficiency and In the future under the new man Starke. Mr. Lewis was about 70 A meeting of men interested
greater shortages, It was believed that has been given in the applying: for a charter for a troop
24th.Tort agement
Jan. numbers. his granddaughter
Daily Sun. Sunday old and
CHRISTIAN
: the pennies alone werelost. years In Starke was called 1.
yesterday of ScouU
Idleness as Boy
"There will be no past survived by a widow
) 12, They are
Palm Beach highway (J. B. DUon. pastor. .-Gainesville Sun. There at 4-30 p. m., January 31 AC
Myers decreases.
work -
the and
each Sunday at 10a. soon as and granddaughter and a son
in near fu Bible school Fruit Packing the meeting It was expected that |
will be Ocala
completed Plant City-Two new store buildings [will be more suspensions. Ocala daughter, who live In Wisconsin,
ot five or mora
ture. m. each First Sunday at completed at Halnea and Pal Compare CowU Company shipped 130 carloads but were unable to attend the Troop Committee"
Leeaburg Lees burg Ledger Preaching Subject In his leU.r to Mr. Plnkston. citrus fruit from current crop prior funeral. men would he appointed, a Scouts
m. streets.Tampa
..newweekly newspaper being published 11 a- m. and 7:00 p. "The mer Approximately $18000 ,- GOY, Carlton said the cost of operating to January 1. master and one or more assistants)'
Sunday Feb 3rd 11 a. m. .:.. talented and .. budget drawn un><
progressingfor
Plans
here.MlamiTri.eklr. "Pie of the being expended for construction the motor vehicle and auto Daytona Beach Approximately Leesburg .
air mall ser Scriptures. 7 p."m. of new ,''mlrplane banger at theft department for the year $75,000 expended for improvements Improved airport facilities In to cover estimated expense for **i

inaugurated between this city: Church of and Christ.visitors welcome. Drew Field. ending September, 1928 wa. 7.68 to Clarendon Hotel, thu city, year.'t ..

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iil1 .4fINNM1NNN.M.N/N.:lof Starke, were the guests of Miss Wllkerson of Waldo. .DEATII OF JASPER
j May Jones last Wednesday Mrs P. B. Hunt and Mrs. C. E. KHYMKK MOSIUYIORS.'f: : ,
HAMPTON Harper were shopping in Starke -
R 11 i MUM Ada) NI....... V.T. evening. last Saturday afternoon. Menton Youth'Passesl Away Art(
...... ...........O.... .Mrs.. J L. Cooke of Brunswick, Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes has as Illness Wltli Pneumonia;
I Ga., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. their guest their granddaughter Funeral at Oak Grove.
r "'I't't'k At Hampton Minnie Johns. Miss, Pauline Geiger of Lakeland.Mrs. -

Saturday night' about mid-night Mrs.: C. Dupuis and little daughter p. B. Hunt Mrs. M. L. Wat- Jasper Rhymer Jr., passed a.\- ,
car from Alabama, con- Jean Mrs. M. L. Maynard, terson and Mrs. L. J. Wynn were at his home at Benton last Mil, ,J-
nfour Into dinner of Mrs W. T. Mc-
passengers, ran Mrs. Chas Williams, and Miss Rll- guests day morning at 6 o'clock aft.- ,,
h of the Suwannee special la Fowler, all of Alachua, have Ever of Graham. brief Illness his death be
I \ standing motionless on been recent guests of Mrs. W. B. Sl'DDKX DE.1Tall M.1RKt'LI'JIONS : : > <:
Georgia Southern Railroad Alexander.Rev. caused by double pneumonia awl' |
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the train crew town offi Norris, pastor of the First bright's disease. lie was a prominent

and others were trying to get Baptist church here preached two Mr. Mark demons a former younng man only 22 y. "I,, ,
car loone from the coach un
excellent: sermons last Sunday. resident of the Brooker section, of age and was a loving friend < ,
which It had made a terrlfflc
Miss Francis Jeanette Taylor ac- bu. a late resident of Miami while all who knew him.
a Studebaker, containing six companied by her father and returning home from work was lIe leaves to mourn his toss .1,
westward
going mother, Rev and Mrs. F. M. Taylor crushed into a rock pile by an approaching devoted mother, Mrs. J. R. FUn-
the coach the other side.
on
visiting friends and relatives automobile. From the mer, and sister, Mrs. H. A. DHI, ,>
Studebaker was severely in Tampa this week. time he had gotten off duty to the of Hampton Fla., besides a !IT ;i
and some of Inmates The Ladles' Council: of the First:
time he was picked up by an officer of relatives and friends.
i badly wounded, but not ser-. Christian church here was royally of Coral Gables seemed to He was laid to rest at Oak C.n.i, ., ..
One of the cars was pulled entertained at the home of Miss
have been between one and two cemetery Tuesday, January 15 K-,
under the coach by means of Edith May Jones last Wednesray
hours lIe was quickly rushed to neral services were conducted by
engine. evening. After a business period a Coral Gables Friday night at 10 Rev. W. N. Gone.-Lake Cityporter. ', .
\ steps were knocked from social hour was enjoyed. Hot o'clock, but was later transferred .
coach by one of the cars. Dr. chocolate and pineapple cake was to the Miami hospital. lie soon -
from Starke was Immed- served abundantly. Sebastian Municipal eleci J .,
l gained consciousness and gave information
summoned mechanics were Rev. Clarke will preach 'at the I in finding his brother light power and Ice plant sold ',,
and the debris was soon Methodist church next Sunday Kills, of Miami. He and Willie Florida Power & Light Co.
j The chauffeurs claim morning and evening. being residents of Miami, were Contracts for new building and,
they were blinded by the Mrs. H. V. Chesser and daughter quickly at his bedside. Then the construction work In Florida di.itng ,.i l-
lights, and did not notice Mrs. O. W. Shaw, who have death angel received his spirit November totaled 10,245,3)11)'"!
coach which was not lighted been visiting Mrs. Chesser's daughter lie was brought home at 11:45 -F. W. Dodge Corporation.
W. C. Thomas and Miss Mrs. Easton, of 'Orlando, have Sunday morning, the Jones Com Clewlston-New 1,500-ton I p-,
Pitts, two of our efficient returned to their home here. pany officiating. lie was carriedto day mill completed here by Sou,h-
school teachers, attended Mrs. Minnie Brown has assumed Elder ern Sugar Co.
New Hope cemetery,
teachers' association at Starke charge of the Central Telephoneoffice Moody of Lacrosse conducting the Orange and grapefruit Saturday. here and Is rendering satisfactory funeral services and then he was brought $7,000,000 into Orange
last Thursday evening a service. laid to rest. The floral offerings county last 8ea80n.-orange County
roast was given at Sand The W. M. U. of the First Methodist beautiful. I Chamber of Commerce.
j were
by the young lady teachers. church of Hampton held their Those who survive him, are his 1 Daytona Beach Construction
I r Louise Pitts, Thelma Sulli- the home of Mrs.C. work
social meeting at parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. demons started or completed here
Ileba Maxwell and Jessie Wil L. Houser on Main street last his wife Mrs. Belle demons during 1928 valued at $944,61(1(
: Quite a large crowd enjoyed Monday afternoon. The first chap and four children: Mary Belle. Fort Myers -Improvementsunder
delightful moonlight affair ter of spiritually adventures our Evelyn Marvin and Ann; four way at municipal airport.
they are very grateful to the study course for the quarter was brothers and sisters W. H. andE. Bradenton Plans progressing
thoughtful teachers who live very carefully studied, after which H, demons' of' Miami; Alvin for construction of $150,000 Manatee -
for self, but for others. for the church
yearly plans was demons county hospital
demons of Perry; Coleman -
,, Wiggins of Starke was a;I}I discussed. At. the close of the of St. Petersburg; Mrs. May Jack80nvllleContract award
; visitor here this week. hour, the hostess assisted by her Saucer of Baldwin; Mrs. Rubye ed for construction of warehouai'
1M S. L. Sharpston of South sister Miss Reba Maxwell served Miller of Ona; Mrs. Ada Kinsey of and service building here for Fin-
is the guest of her sister, a delicious sandwich and tea Avon Park: Mrs. Minnie Quarrels stone Tire &: Rubber Co.
I J. V. Jones. course. Mrs. Crawfordsville Extensive im-
of State Hospital; Coy Gay
k } C, Sweeney, .Jr., was the Those attending were Misses of .Brooker, who have sincere provements made on local Methodist ,,-
+ '; I of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ben Pauline Geiger and Reba Maxwell sympathy of many friends. Church building.
7 ,Z : of Hawthorne last Sunday. Mrs. Ida Maxwell, P. I). Hunt O. Pensacola Louisville and
j I E. Heath Jr., Is spending this Haynes, F C. Gould Martin Paul Tallahassee Local powerplant Nashville Railroad Co., completed
lk at his home In Norfolk, Va. !Mast, Mrs. Georgia Kile and Mrs. turned over to West Florida plans for improvements on waterfront

'' and Mrs. W.:.E.:...Daugherty! I Clarke and daughter and Mrs. Power Company properties.
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came home Intoxicated and threat- : 12 times Practically! all of the Reddish! Itubbard Harley, Halite : Vorld Output of Beet Sugar Now < ''
ened to kill her. She filed suit for members of the cast o. "The Enemy" Jones Mrs }oJ. E. Burney and ,
New of Florida in Short divorce several days ago. daughter, Doris and Miss Louisa' I
Paragraph have been
given thorough i Million
S I Howe, and Mr. and Mrs Don Sapp ;i; Fifty Pounds in 24 Hours
Plant City East Hlllsborough training In these six play par- and family.
jtlculurly' with the purpose of fitting ... __.,.....'
county berry growers set a new Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of I ... fI
them for their parts In (his
Reason's record for strawberry "The Enemy." year'sfeature Jacksonville, spout several days In I (, ;.... .... .e
Live State w.. '
r News : shipments today. The midafternoon The outstanding female lend in Lantpy last week. They were acconpunlei ?
] home by his mother
check showed a total ot 76- I' "The Enemy" la' Miss Marie Pedl-I I
616 quarts had been sold on the Mm V. U. Reddish, who has been
go of Tampa, who for three :years I II
local<' market, pushing the season's I' their guest for a few days
I during undergraduate days was i iI Ill's. J. G. Godwin and son of
well the
aggregate beyond
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES the leading lady interpreter with
half million quart mark. Today's I Ralford. spent several days here
the club She has this
year returned -
prices were better than 25 cents a with her parents, Mr. and Mrs V.
.. to the campus as assistant
R. Reddish last week
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quart. was
I director of the Green Room
; day's total would 80,000 Play- '\'. T. Moore was a business visi-
run over
Pensacola Mr. and Mrs F. II. reclamation committee. The pro ers and assistant In the public
I tor to Jacksonville Friday
of Birmingham, Ala., left osition quarts as berries continued to speaking: She
throp was submitted to the committee come 'In after the check-up. To- ( department has K. E. Burney and.A. M. Lewis
ere for a flanlng cruise aroundhe at a recent meeting held in day's sales totalled $17,598.68, been prevailed upon to lead the were transacting business in

some 1,500 miles of Florida's I Atlanta by P. R. McCrary and J. B. making the season's total worth players In this state-wide dramatic Starke Friday I ,
oastal region. Mrs. Lathrop Is the McDonald, local residents. $184,754.96. invasion A little daughter was born to ,
aughter of former Go. B. B. Com / Miss Lyrra Smith of Miami Is Mr. and Mrs. W II. Edwards: Sun- avw Ntv
r of 'Alabama. Plant City-An "0. K." has been Clearwater The clerk of the secondary female lead. This day morning. She will be called ra4'l '

placed upon Plant City's baseball Plnellas circuit court, Karl B. ,,its Miss Smith's fourth and last "Lou' after her mother and a great

Miami Mark demons, 28, of Held where the Rochester club of O'QuInn, has sent out a resolution year of great activity with the I }
{lam I, died here from injuries re- the International League is to urging the American Road Build- Green Room Players during which aunt.A daughter was born to Mr. und I l

Reived when his automobile struck train this spring. The field was era' association to take such steps '| time she has played in 14 separate Mrs.. D. Moneley last Wednesday I, u.
pile of rocks at Coral Gables approved by Bob Hurley, trainer as is deemed necessary toward plays, winning high praise for her morning i !:iI: oqr H4VI. f&.ONf .'_''IIfA4 To M,.... \ "") .. .

lemons Apparently lost control of for the club, who arrived recently.The creation of a set of uniform traffic great ability. Thieves are gaining quite a bit -- .
ills machine, the pollen reported: vanguard of the team Is expected rules, regulations'Bnd laws governing -|' Male leads Include John Kelley of headway In Lawtey. Last week I. l. l_
S early in March the operation of motor vehicles who has played 11 major roles In several thefts were committed and
Clearwater Fourteen west This organization held a :i| two years and who saw a Green Sunday night they stole all of Mrs ,

:oast counties will probably be DeLand-II. M. Barrett and Em- convention at Cleveland, Ohio, recently -Room| production from the auditorium A, A. Smith's fine Rhode Island I t tI
epresented here at a meeting of bry, former vice president and The resolution was adopt. for the first time this I hens, also the tires off of Mr. II. R ,
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'ichool officials, to be held Feb. president, respectively, of the defunct ed by the county board of commissioners month Mr. Kelley considered iSapp's car. I

uary 4, to formulate tax measures East Coast Bank and Trust before It was drawn up, as [I without exception Stetson's leadIng The Ladles Aid of the Methodist II I '' Mil
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o provide additional income for company, are to be tried here in they preferred to allow C. E. Bur- male Interpreter. chinch; was delightfully entertain.
he operation of schools, the meas- late January and early February leson, county engineer, and A. O. Gaylord C. Kenyon president of ed at the home of Mrs. G. W
res to be presented to the coming on various charges In connection McQuagge/: deputy clerk to phrasethe the Stetson chapter of Theta Alpha Drown last Thursday with the
eglslat ure. with operation of the bank. Bar I resolution Phi honorary dramatic fra- President. Mrs. Chas Dlnklns pre.
rett l is to be tried January 28 and ----- ternity and sponsoring organization siding After the usual business I
Fort Myers The engagement Embry on February 6. "TI II': KNKMV": :: ATKKYSTONK for the Green Room Players, hour had adjourned the hostess
f Harrison Fuller, publisher Jifhe : IIKICHTS: will also be seen in one of the I served her guests with delicious h, >

Fort Myers Tropical News, lo Orlando-Three so-called "nuis- -'-- (I'I lead roles. In two years he has refreshments

) lies Julia Turner, daughter of Mr. ance" taxes have been repealed by Lovers of drama will be given played eight parts with the Play-I It, It.- Thedo was a visitor to

ud Mrs. Edward Grant Buckland, the city commission. They include: an opportunity Tuesday evening, I|'I ers, his activities being Starke Tuesday morning, i
t. f New Haven, Conn., was an- the "occupancy" tax of $1 which February 5, of seeing the Green ,, cause his duties as the moving figure Miss Pearls GrlfHa and Mrs T. --0- ,
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ounced at the latter city. Miss house owners had to pay before Room Players of Stetson Univer-|1 In the dramatic fraternity. J, Terry spent Wednesday, in Jack
iuckland is a graduate of Vassar occupying new houses; the health slty In action again In the Chau-i: To those who are familiar with sonville. I CHICAGO From an output of lees one.tenth of tho world's beet sugar
'ollege. Inspection tax of $2 imposed upon I tauqua. Auditorium at Keystone the story of "The Enemy the fact Mr. and Mrs ,IT. C. Wooten have than toO pounds a dRY it the bagln- supply. There are tall beet sugar
stores, and the weights and meas- 'Heights.- The feature play this i| that Bob Newman plays the part HS their guests for several days his fling of the lath century, the world's factories In the country which distribute

Tallahassee The state prison ures tax paid by firms where the I year Is "The Enemy" from the pen of the professor means that he sister and three children of Jack- production to morn of beet than sugar fifty baa million Increased ican agriculture! about (150.000.000 and Industry.to Amer-n Two

1 ureau today announced the es- city inspector of weights and of Channlng Pollock, who has doneso will be playing/: one of the beat sonville. pounds every twenty-four hour. according hundred and twenty thousand work
ape of two prisoners, one a life measures made inspections. much to lift the standards of j' bits in the entire play, and patrons Miss Lizzie Howe Is 111 with the to George W. McCormick of ers Including beet growing firmer
:, ermer from a road camp near # the stage. The play to be given I'i of the Green! Itoom Players flu I Menominee Michigan vicepresidentof factory workers mechanic., and tarn,
reeport, Eaton Lloyd, serving a Tampa Fifty-one schools will next Tuesday night Is one of his need not be told of his ability, Mr. The teachers of the Lawtey the U, 8. Beet Sugar Association 10an laborers are employed In producing
'fe sentence for murder from'su-1 complete from February 8 to best productions. |{ Newman Is now In his second year ,school attended the teachers meeting address her. beet sugar
f "The Dm beet sugar factory In the "Development of the domestic sugar
tannee county, and Melvin Mar March 7 for the state debating The Green Room Players whose with the players and la considered In Starke Saturday world was established In 1801 in Industry which supplies about one-
.'tin, five years for larceny of an championship. Preliminary plans play In the Chautauqua AUditOr-I among the best of the Green Room | Miss Louise Pitts, who teaches Silesia. Germany, b, Karl Achard. a fifth of the nation's sweet tooth re-. {
lutomobile, from Orange county, for the debates are being carriedout ium last year was group. His last few Interpreta school at Hampton, spent the week Berlin chemlit. and made about Sixty qutremenu. has been made powlbiet h
.ere those making their getaway. by the general extension divis- so much enthusiasm, are proud of dons have been exceptionally good. ,end In Lawtey with her mother. tons of sugar. a year" declared Mr only by the maintenance of tariff I
,I jt was Lloyd's second escape ion of the University of Florida. the fact that they have been asked I "The Enemy" Is far from being ,She was accompanied by Miss Jessie McCormick. Tod y i>thereare.. 1.149 protection ,insuring the, American
S The state has been divided into to return to Chautauqua this year a comedy. Certainly of a melodramatic ''I William. beet sugar factories located In twenty- auger beet grower against toe lovaslon -
countries which turn out an average of foreign-grown sugar produced -
Daytona Beach The first eight districts, and the winners of and to open the Chautauqua AS- type It even nears the classification Mrs. J, II. Harrell has returned six of 9.103,934 tons of beet sugar under low wage scales and lining -
bootlegging hen" In captivity was the district debates will appearIn sembly. of a tragedy. The setting home from Moultrie, Ga., where annually. standards with which bs cannot
'ound here when Jacob Gaines, the "run-off," which will be The tour of the club is the most Is In war time In intrigue infested she was called on account of sickness "The United State accounts for compete. _
egro, was arraigned In court on a held at Gainesville. ambitious ever attempted by the Europe The story is Chan- --

Charge of the Illegal possession of Green Room club. It conies as 1 ning Pollock's idea of war. It Dr. and Mrs. G, II. Carradlne i close of the evening service there ed at the meeting, which was held!!

Jug of intoxicants. The jug was Mlamla Mrs. Florence Moor. the climax of the greatest year in Is a story of the thoughts of men and son, Lee, of Mooaehnven were will be a meeting of the congregation at the, Hotel Mlranol. Davis Island,
lid to have been found In Gaines' man, whose husband, Lee Moor the history of the Green Room and women on both sides In the' In Lawtey last week. i and was well attended.
enhouse, but the latter deniedny man, was wounded recently in an players. "The Enemy" as the tea- World War. The theme is Peace. The addition to the Lawtey' Important matters are to be .. .

knowledge of It Indicating early morning struggle over a revolver ture play of the year is expected vs. War. I. school la nearing completion, and i considered Canaveral $25,000 new Can.
l' lat the hens must have placed It In their Hialeah home, was to attract unusual Interest in the Last year the Stetson players we will soon have one of the pret- Prayer meeting Wednesday evening I avernl Harbor hotel recently open-
here. acquitted here at a justice of the places where it Is scheduled to chose Channlng Pollock's "The''' tiest schools In the state at 7:30-: ed. .
peace hearing where she was tech show In preparation for the show-i Fool"" for their feature play and hire 0, W. Brown will leave for A cordial Invitation to all our Jacksonville n $415,000 I inprovement .

Stuart A proposal for the se. nically charged with "assault witha ing of "The Enemy" the Green 'enjoyed an unequaled success both I Tampa In a few days for u visit services( extended to nil. project started on Mf!.
'I Action of a site west of here for deadly weapon." Mrs Moorman Room players under the direction at Stetson and on the \toad to relatives and friends.Mr. .----- Coy's Creek
I Up to January 1. the! state had
'clamatlon and farm development insisted she had been forced to of Dr Irving C."Stover: have this Beats for the play next Tuesday I and Mrs 1'. L. Dlnkliis have JiickHonvllle New telephone.,
i shipped 18,600 cars of approximately -
,15 been taken under advisementy defend herself with the revolver, year produced six entertaining ,[ night are only 75 cents Those purchased the little bungalow of pxchungo' Hearing completion on.
(1,500,000 boxes of fruit
the members of the southern when, she alleged, her husband numbers which have been played I having season tickets of course Mr. Ralph Blanchard ami moved In I Ilemhbl street.COFFINS, 1 ,
'I'llIs. in effect was nearly onethirdof
r ------- -- wail; be admitted without extra It last week. I --
the state's estimated production ,IjwcmmiwclliI.1
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.. The clearing housu figures that A
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Baldwin visited their daughter & CASKETSI
riLl I there are approximately 1,200- ;I
..4....o.......6........ Mrs. W. F !Moore Sunday after-
I 000 boxes still on the trees This ,I a Full Line of
: noon. Is apportioned follows: Mld-nuu-
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LAWTEY{ Elder II V. Skipper of Jacksonville I
J itrv Mr. LL, I lion oranges, 4KOOOuO boxes; va- Undertakers Supplies
I': llunirr, Cur I i spent a couple of days
lenclun oranges; 3,000.000) ; grapefruit
;............. .......... I with his daughter; Mrs. K. I E, Bur 6,000,000 boxes; tangerines/: I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

Mm.nn" <> ClutNtaln. i ney" this week, 400,000 boxes. I Always.e ....... The sol .......
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r ljli I Mrs. Anne Chastain passed awayat etmisr Fen The Florida I'ubhic Information (."".... t. .1.....ea _d....
the home of her daughter, Mrs. mitiJ: Bureau held their HCCiaTKBED: : CMHALMBB

Don Sapp In Lawtey Saturday I \1 .w t.u..u Duho monthly meeting at Tampa DEWITT C. JONES
morning at 4:36.o'clock.: Grandma )
Vlllllllli I y IDl1 as she was known to her many -...__.,_...BM. ,.rNa-AYurw. day T. J, Hanlon, Jr., \Ion-I STARKB. FLA.
manager of the Tampa :
friends had been sick for a week BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER and chairman of the bureau presld- I
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with flu, and although the end

i was expected It was so hard for I I Why should we not be afraid? .
CJ her loved ones to give her UI). She Answer, read-Isa.. 4110.n. : f
= was taken by motor to Lake City sornrK: CU,' KVIL': r-

a her old home Sunday, where funeral I I Mark 7:16, 21, 22, 23. Jesus
services were conducted out aldr There la. nothing' from with-
at Summerville, Florida, at the I out a man, that entering Into him
church where she had been a devoted can defile him; but the things Leadingthe

member for years Elder ,which come out oflilm, those are
iy\, Sherman a'dear friend of the famIly they that defile the mun. 21. For

spoke comforting words to the from within, out of the heart of

many loved ones that were present I men, proceed evil thoughts(! adulteries -
to pay their last respects to one i i fornications, murders. 22. New Trend

who numbered her friends by her i Thefts, covetousness, wickedness,
acquaintances Grandma was sev I deceit foolishness; 23. All these 4

enty-five years old at the time of I evil things come from within, and
her death and she leaves to mourn defile the mall in power and
her loss four daughter who o o.
i i were I'KAYKIt: : Create In me a clean
?'r (- at her bedside when the end came/ heart, 0 God ; and renew a right/:
R.C.Hweee- 4. bo ke Include Mrs. Don Sapp of Lawtey; spirit within me.
Mesdames Mattle Coxe and Chad '
Roberts of Lake City and Mrs I IMC UHHVTKliT.VvT"I : : : I getaway

/ rl.oa Q Edna Burnette of VVauchula, also I ______
seven brothers and one slater 27 I (Rev, George 11. Lowry. pastor.)

r grandchildren and eighteen great 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, M. in style luxury -

grandchildren, besides a host of Truby, supt. ,
other relatives and friends. The 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser t
d
funeral was held at one oclock at mon by the pastor. -

the Methodist church at Summer 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor and beauty
kricseq too i'
r t .r vllle, afer which the body was ten SubJect, "Christ's Challenge to
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derly laid to rest In the cemetery |I Youth, Miss Lucille Mitchell .
beside her daughter, under a i leader. '
mound of beautiful flowers. The j: 7:30: p. m, Evening worship.
taw family have the sympathy of the Sermon by Rev. J, F. Shepherd, D. COUPES $1195 to $1875
Dan.Y community in this bereavement I Ii I AIL I our synoblcal executive. At.. the
i Mesdames R, R, Thede and L. 11.1|I "'- -- -- -- SEDANS; $1220 to $2145

Hill spent several days last week'I',
In Winter Haven with Mr and CI'OIITCARS $1225 to $1550
Mrs. Powell. They returned home TAMPAis / >

Friday. I I There,.,Ie".,f, u. b. Dutch{ Factory. Con
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Mrs Dave Durbin and daughter, vcnient tvrtrii tan b. arranged on the

Miss Eva', went over to Green Cove I a good market for llbvrul G. .\1. /I. C. Time Payment Plan.
Springs Sunday to visit her daughter -
Mrs. f, O. Rivers who Is Ill what UQU wish to sell if
Miss Eva will remain for several I

t weeks. | USE The New
ioS"Roos U .5ECa 1O Mew.PLAa I
Strawberries are making their i I
".y=,=,5, appearance on the wharf now and' The Classified Columns I
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It looks as if business was picking ;:

FOB THE NARROW LOT necessity The treatment of the chimney, up. : in ) -...BUICK -
ru-qulrra nut 40 Feet WidthIy The arrangement of the floor the brick trim of the front and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney spent i: I The TAMPA DAILY I i

|J R, C, Hunter Bro., Archils., plans shown herewith will appeal the entrance door add much to the Wednesday Jacksonville I
New York.) tq the housewife, the layout is artistic effect, and but little to the Those attending the funeral in' TIMES

[The good lines of this house complete, compact and livable and cost Lake City of Mrs. Anne Chastain I
bow what can be done on a narw the attached garage is an added The complete working plans and Sunday from Lawtey were: Mr "Florida's Great Register Motor Co.
lot when the house is proper- feature as is also the large ward- specifications of this house are and Mrs. TJ.. Terry. Mr, and
1 designed. robe over it. available for a nominal sum from Mrs. Jergerson and mother Mrs. \' Home

| The "box' type house one assota A cellar extends under the main the building editor. Refer to DeMoulIn Mr. and Mrs. E. B. a Daily"1-1 Starke Floridam.Y

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Great Limestone Church Is CenterI I I cp0fc eminent at any time

Explorers I Where Our Buy* Camp


3 $S ocietYA] Of University Religious Thought Well Proi-Jv.: >, nh Games of Florida Jeffersoncounty: -TOUKK so m.to a ram-waHi Fert Bar,

: rancaa, while those fromaJM. resi'
t -
if '
I __ of Florida gtt to FortScreven, Ga.

Where 'to Apply
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: GIVEN: .'OItJ'OI'1JH F. Hoover and Mrs. W n. Parks, Any regular army Cfflcsr) .Slat..,

Miss Ca- Civilian Aide ot county representajtive -
: V1HITOK Mrs. L. Wyman and Mary. ,
I 1F 4 1.ft I can furnish blanks and'iaforI -

A delightful-affair of Friday nova. 7 i /I mat Ion, or write directly to the C.

.. TWK.VTIKTII: CK:>TfKY: I M. T. C. Office, Headquarters
wai the bridge 'luncheon given by] .
4 Mrs. S. L. Peek, honoring Mrs CLrilMKKTH: ; II I Corps Area, Oakland City Station,

Taylor Belcher of Garrlson-on-the Atlanta Georgia.
, Members of the Twentieth Cen- Names and addresses of district
2 Hudson, N. Y.
A three course luncheon was tury club were delightfully entertained chiefs and state civilian aides. are

o'clock small Thursday evening! by Mr. shown below:
served at one on
tables. Marking the place of each and Mrs. F. F. Stump at their x Colonel Ceo F. Baltzell, 340 St.

4 guest was a card of dainty design. home on Walnut street. Spring James lildg., Jacksonville Fla.

4 The tables at which the guests !flowers decorated the rooms pro- U. C. Riley, University of Fbi'Ida -

were seated, were centered with viding: a lovely background for the Gainesville! Florida.!

tables, where the guests spent a U- -
vases of narcissi and ferns. pleasant evening.Dr. .........................
Q ;; Following luncheon the guests .
E. L. Biggs and Mrs. A. Z.
r spent the afternoon playing bridge, : Rising :
Adkins were winners of high score, .
:. ) A deck of cards was presented # :11811 Ira.'1\ldtae, Cor. .
and Mrs.
while Mr. O. L. Beasley
;I :Mrs. Taylor Belcher winner ot .
( "high score. Mrs. N. Sternberg received G. M. Inman made low. A guest I -.............-......-#,.-.. .
liel- Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Underbill
a lemon dish and fork for prize was" given Mrs. Tyalor

were delightful dinner. guest of
second high. cher.The ,
following were served a Mr. and Mn. Ruaaell McRae Sun
Mrs. Taylor Belcher was given /WHF/te &TVOfffT3 WQPiI.
( ot the tempting salad course:
a compact as a, memento day.The
occasslon. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, diana limestone. strikingly trtl the' Rising- school closed Friday

Those .Invited were Mesdames Miss| Mabel Weller, Mr. and Mrs. ; story cf "The Marcb of Religion." I IVj and a very -favorable yea wu re
Mrs. N. central characters grouped around H .
O. L. Deasley Mr. and ported.Mr.
'
Belcher J. L., .FrazPe E.
Taylor ,
Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. In- great window. 25 by 50 feet that Is L. L. Crawford and Basil\
; L. niggs, O. L. Beasley, YlrBlnla : one of the chapel's finest features. At
,. of Jacksonville man. Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Mcllae were business visitors In
Peace Johnston the apex stands a representation ol
, p 4 and Miss Mabel Weller. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, Jesus Christ. Flanking It are life- I Jacksonville Monday. 'I

L $ Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Dr. and size figures of piophets. saints nllgluua Mrs. Louise Norman, whq has

r J\lItH. N. I). WAINWIUGHTKNTKUTAINH Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. Virginia leaders, statesmen, phllceoplitrs. @ been ill for the past few days, Is

; Peace Johnston of Jacksonville. I artists and 'writers who hav -- rc.A'i__ able to be out again. I

J Mrs. Taylor C. Belcher of New b1 Influenced religious thought.The 1-- Mr.\ Basil McRae motored to I

nave. 41 feet from side to side' 1i "Keno" Perkins of KenoKlia.. Win, quartermaster of the *
York, and Mr. Joe J. Truby. "Cltj, of New York Lake City Tuesday. !
Sweet peas, narcissi calendulas Is the widest of any Oothlc church In i and "Chips" Gould, ship's carpenter '
S Hazel Underhill made
:; and other spring !flowers gave a the world and everything else about JMlsa a
lii EITIU: OK JIAPTISTOM
,
; Colorful' note to the bridge party c/r.cv/, ..' the great stone edition la mmllnrH What does a man do for amuse- hobby end card. and games are an friendly visit to Misses Ruth and

given by Mrs. N. D. Wainwright INs MISSIONARY !SOC1KTY' ; Glt-KCY; striking. In Its largest dimensionsIt I ment where the nlghta are six months Important part of equipment. Agnes Sapp Tuesday afternoon
p t CHAPfL DfAAf Is 28S: feet long and 129 feet Wide Several of the Byrd party are expert Misses Wattle and Ellen Norman
home afternoon long Checkers chess and cards all
at her attractive Friday .
The Baptist Woman's Mission Its tower reaches 210 feet Into th; I chess and checker players. Their Misses Elva and V rda Harnage

.9 : complimenting her niece, ary Society enjoyed a splendid The last work of America's greatest sky.: comparing favorably with the Included In the equipment of the equipment Includes special sets made were all pleasant visitors. .at Wins

f. Mrs. Taylor Belcher. Royal Service program Monday afternoon Gothic architect Bertram O. storied towers of Europe. There RP Byrd Expedition to the South Pole, for the party by 'Montgomery Ward Iris McRae
Sunday
Mrs. J. W. Andrews winner of at the church. Circle No. Uooclhue. who died during the com two pipe organs two choirs anti are the answer. & Co., the big mall-order house.
pletlon of the plain, stands newly :2.015 scats for worshipers. Poker chips in large stacks were Mrs. Walter Underhill and
for the afternoon givenA
high was
i One with Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. as I The problem of amusement during
; Mrs. UedlcaU'd in the University! of Chicago "This supremely Christian type e: ordered from Ward. and cards of the daughters.Hacel and/Gladys were

J A hand-painted powder Jar. leader, put on the program. Mrs. campus. a (3,000,000 chapel: to architecture rarely has been user* I the long hours of Inactivity which are most durable variety were Included pleasant callers at the bme of

O. Ml: Inman, holder of second, received (}. 'V. Alderman led In a wonderful 1;1'lke a .entral. and'dominant note of rmra 'effectively than In the great! I bound to come on the trip. Is of greatest In almost every man's personal equip- Mrs. S. Kelly Tuesday afternoon,

\i :. candle holders and candles. spiritual devotional and Mesdames rvlijlonor the Institution. stone edlnee" commented A. E. Dlrtnson. !:- Importance. according to Richard ment. Mrs, Zarle Crawford -was in

Mrs. Taylor Belcher was consoled J.r! Brownlee, W. J. Ep Given by Jchn D. Rockefeller:: aa 1 president of th. Indiana: I Latest rules on bridge and the
Q. business
Consequently Gainesville
Tuesday
1" with a dainty handkerchief. Mrs.\ and Jim Silcox gave Inter- part of a $10000.000 gift to the University Limestone company. "Already It Jbeirg I Brophy. manager. forty ways to play solitaire were add- consulting an

l' Taylor Belcher was presented an person It represents fu'tecn year. : acclaimed as one of the mon I every man is going to have ed to the ship's library of unefal Information eye specialist.
In all
esting talks on stewardship plnnn.ns and thrco year of constiuctlon. : beautiful: bul: embroidered scarf as guest! prize. I
ts fullness. After the program It Is almost excluslvsly Indiana I The chapel Is the latest addition tc visitor in Lawtey "Monday,

!4r The hostess assisted by Mrs. W. the regular business of the societywas i limestone, 33u car lop 4 of that bu'ld-!\ the Unl 'e:3tv'a: : 1ar1e group ?t beautiful I Miss Hazel Underhill, who
character and between the of I wa
.k M. Wainwright and Miss\ Mary Ca- transacted. lag mnterlil: having been used. The rtrictuces. built of the! MII-O C. M. T. C. Enrollments ages
exempted in all of her subjects al
I' 17 and 24 for
the basic
apply
_ S nora, served a delicious salad only steel In tho building Is that .upportlnij nm'erlnl ar.d:..(\prmlnn a pIcture thut may
I
iL ?;. course to the following!: guests: C\\NOVA-SrKKhMAN; copper cheat.1: 3 tar above m' keg It en-sy to unricrst- ul :," i courue. If he can pass the required -J school, Is spending the week ai

,,' .Mrs. J. L. Frazee Mrs. E. L. Biggs the. .nave. I architecture Is sometimes lo'cuca tc Begin physical examination and Is of home with her parents.
F' .''ty nctilntlirM' fl.nif<"". M-i !n- 'frozen i-MtRls." We Indeed to
:is are sa
good moral character, as certified very sorry >
; Mrs. J. 'V. Andrews Jr., Mrs. O.A. Coming as a complete surprise I

; Montleth, Mrs. W. P. Kandall to their friends Is the announce- March FirstI to by a reputable citizen who that little Donald Kelly, who hai-
everyone entrusted with the expenditure -I notes ,and long-time bond, were I been seriously ill for the .
_ ; ;' ; Mrs. George Flynu; Mrs. \V. M.\ ment of the marriage of Miss I knows him, he may attend these past
or appropriation of public paid off and refunded at lower month, Is not improving fast
Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. Gladys Spellman ot Jacksonville toMr. catnpa. very
; : Walnwrlght General Richmond P. '
funds. It Is the reason that fur- rates. | It Is that this lit
r : 4 Julian L. Peek. Mrs. Virginia Paul! K. Canova son of Mrs. commanding the Fourth' ><> 1'"ultl1'1: 11 Itllr)' Obligation hoped charming
Davis
ther commitments by the national ,
While not claiming "that actionby tle fellow will soon be able to get
. Peace Johnston, Mrs. J. C. Hobluon Emma Canova, the ceremony having that appll-i Attendance at these
.
Area announces
government for any new projectsnot Corps camps
the national government dejserjes -i up and play around with all of his
Mrs. ft. F. Demurest. Mrs.\ O.I been, solemnized at B:30: absolutely necessary should be .. all tb4 credit for the rapid ,1 cations to the total of 5,200 for attending means no obligation for future :little friends, who have missed him

Haynes, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. o'clock Monday afternoon at I the faithfully resisted." restoration of the country's business next summer C. M. T. military service. Those who attend much.
so
.E. M. Johns Mrs. Fred F. Stump, home of the groom's sister, Mrs. I Camps, will be accepted beginning are no more likely to be call- I
outlined the from thegreat depression of Miss who
Mr. Coolidge!: con Agnes Sapp, has been
$ Airs. N. Sternberg. Mrs. A. Z. AdiJdns Geo. Flynn, ot Starke by J. J. Mul Friday March 1st. lIe states that ed to the colors In time of war
r
_ : ditions he said had been prevalent 1921 or foi"the steady progress 111 for the past two weeks Is 'able
Mrs. O. M. Inman Mrs. Kdward -> len than
otherman.
days begin- However it
for any
the thirty ,
when the budget system was Insti- that has sine taken place the camp to be up this week.I .
) .- Burns Mrs. J. E. Corpeu- The wedding was a quite affair, that ning June 13th. are to be held at they volunteer or are selected for I r
inbu5inLs dlared} "unques-
tuted enumerating depression president)
lug, Mrs. U. V. Klngbt, Miss 1\IIh\ .only the Immediate relatives being the following place and are to service they' are more likely to secure -I
,, 'declining wages unemployment tionably, however wise governmental -
_ toel Weller, Mrs. II. C, Wall, Mrs. present train the numbers. indicated: rapid advancement and be I
lack of markets and the iwkq.s I ) ,' and particularly >H. n. 14. CUUtOLLDt"ntlHt
Hoover Mrs. T. J. Alderman Friends of the couple will be I
.J..C. Fort Screven, Ga.,. near Savan- able to defend their country more
low price of securities, Including wise economy ,J" government expenditures -
r Mrs. H. C. Hitch, Mrs. C. A. delighted to know that they intend I nah. 300 Infantry. effectively and with greater safety .

) ;4 .Knight. Mrs. A. S. Crews. Mrs. C. making Starke their ome. i government bonds. I Wjith a steady, have reductionof had Tlioiisnmls! Too Late Last Year to themselves. Military training Is Over Corpenlng's Drug Store
entire the national debt a
"Contlde In economic ,
lce our Phone 33
Less than half of the young men not the primary object. The training -.
RISING COSTS mlttees, which would, if passed structure had been shaken" dominant Influence'rDirector applying for these camps In the at these camps stresses citizenship Office Hours: I 0 to S,
cost the government more than a had Lord
stopped. praised
he said. "Progress too gov-
southeast last year could be ac- self reliance, initiative good
billion dollars. But for a policy Mr. Coolidge ernmental employes generally for
The country con-
commodated. Funds and facilities fellowship and how to work and
: f ARE DEPLORED of rigid economy he !said! many of I tinued, had been living beyond Its their co-operation In making a success i
thous- hard and The
tour play effectively.
I available for only I I
: these would have become law. means spending much more than I' ot the budget system. A large and.were Louisiana the 'rfrst state In .moral and religious influences! are ,.IJ.II'.If: :.ID'II: m; ;i ,
i I
BY ,COOLIDGE ''It would be a great mistake to It was earning using up Its cap- part ot his address was devoted to '
I Inatlon'al ,the union to exceed Its quota went kept at high standards.At I
suppose! that we ran continue our hal and the savings of previous an account of the battle against a over the top twenty-eight days after (Soiernment, Expense;
prosperity," the president : exhausted eflclt in the current'| I FLORIDATheatre
were being principally -: threatened
j years
: ,liv ililH IVoHrn-rlty Thl'I'Itt'nt'f.l i enrollments began. All eight All necessary expense covering'
l llyWashington ncJ'f."I...... continued "with the attendant through government extravagance. fiscal year. southeastern states comprising the transportation, camp facilities,

: blessings which it confers upon the I As a means of better- ; "Every y4tr since the Installa- 'I Fourth Corps Area filled their 'food,. clothing laundry, medical
-
people, unless we continue Jo Insist Ing (conditions and curtailing national tlon of the dget system," he said '
examinations
; AddressIng the Fourth
and attendance and
Jan. 29.- : quotas by May 8th
upon constructive economy In he said the "has been ightlng but this GAINESVILLE
: expenditures, year
'I
othen'lnthe
.. 4' the business organization ot I II Corps Area leading all services of instructors Is. furnishedfree
I I government. The margin between I budget system was adopted. year we are making the supreme
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,,, i the government ,
"
and is
prosperity depression always effort, but Of history.
issued I "Seemingly without tight our disappointed last year, only early not be' duplicated by private enter PROGRAMS, WEEK COMMKMINO -
president: Coolidge a warning I
very small A decrease of less than actually by hard and effective Expressing an expectation for Increased -
_ : last night that rigid economy enrollment this year will provide prise for less than several hundred : ::" FIRRLTARY: 4tn
10 per cent In the Income of the'I work the change was wrought. expenditures In future .-- ,---,--- ----
bet them place In the camps. dollars for each member andIt I
:In federal expenditures must I I a
: nation would produce a deficit. in Each of the succeeding years years lie declared that "with the
d our present budget. brought an ever-Increasing Improvement growth of the country new Important -
; cost of state and local governments i Any young man of acceptable proposition unequaled by any gov-
i'4 II<-n\y Drill on 'f.'I.lo| In the business of the I projects will present them- I ,

_ 1 : must be sharply curtailed If "The cost ot state and local gov- government. Expenditures diminished !selves calling for more money from I Paramount's First All-Talking
Is to be main.
:national prosperty
_ tained. ernments are rapidly mounting. until 1927. when exclusive -' the treasury, and no matter how Picture, with

From $3.900,000,000 In 1921, the of the amount applied to 'I great the revenues, unless they are Clive Brook, Evelyn Brent,
At the same time the chief executive -
national Industrial conference debt reduction they reached a courageously.controlled and wisely Wm. Powell Doris
declared that the budget Kenyon
j board estimates that they reached point below the three billion mark. directed into channels of useful
ystem. "put Into operation to I
7931000.000 In 1927. This Is This was two billions below 1921. I I and necessary purposes, burden I EXTRA ADDED
save the country from economic
such a heavy drain on the earnings Billions were cut from the public some additional taxes.. or inabilityto Paramount DeLuve: Acts
: disaster, had been fully Justified
1 -4k 'LI by the results of Its eight years of ot the people that It ls the great. debt with a large saving of Inter- I I carry,on necessary constructive EDDIE CANTOR

est menace to the continuance ot eat The first tax reduction- came work will result." "That in Person"
operation. He paid tribute to Party
prosperity. It la a red !lag warn- In 1921 and was followed by three I I In conclusion. General' Lord
Brigadier General Herbert lit.I Plus
,
ing us ot the danger ot depressionand succeeding reductions. Funds were praised President Coolidge as "the
Lord, director of the budget bu
I a repltltlon of the disaster saved to meet the cost of our Inspiration of our thrift crusade." RUTH ETTING
''H : reau. and the "great rank and die
which overtook the country in the much-needed public Improvements, asserting that the chief executive I Zeigfeld Singing Beauty
4)f the government personnel' for '
the co-operation which he said had closing days of 1920. It Is a warn- which had been in abeyance durIng i had vitalized it and glv'en'it human Plus3IoIetone

ing that should be heeded by the war period. Short-time Interest. I I News It*<4
made the system a success. -- -- -,,- :__ '_-__
The president's address was delivered C' ,_ , ." It Speaks for Itself':)
Mr ) at the sixteenth regular .__L _, -.ro'-' '' I 1330Jaatlnt.o( ; A: Nlght'1sjOWEDNESDA : ; j

L :meeting of the business organ 11111'

'.h: '- tion. The sessions are held semiannually Y

and are attended by cabinets Warner Bros., Vltaphone Talk

ofncem. heads of governmental ; TOINSERT I Ing Picture

: : bureaus and federal employes "Beware of Bachelors"with

\ ,. r ; charged with the responsibility -

of disbursing federal funds TRY IT i

ti, l'\H-iis: ..>H Going l'\|>. Audrey Ferris and William
AN ADJUST
,, General Lord, the only other I Collier, Jr.

'i F ; Breaker of the evening, declared 'A Plus

_ that a steady increase in national The convenience of paying by checkis Paramount Comedy and Newsy-

\ expenditures must be expected, a

'I, circumstance which he said, must ,>'i l" '. PHONE never realized until one tries it. The 15-SO Matlnoe vents and :Night I5- (O)

_ ;not weaken the government's. budget ( :L: ..... :.a. ,

policy As one means of averting stub is a ,record-the check a receipt- THURSDAY.& FRIDAY

: .;: a threatened deficit for the I .'
; 29 Movietone; Production
present fiscal year, he recommend L' time is saved. "TIlt RED DANCE"With

i: ed that vacancies be allowed to i

: remain unfilled until after June 30 ,:

_ _ ) bringing about a saving which he Dolores Del Rio and Chas.

,., estimated sum of at 12500000."the far from" negligible Our classified column brings real results-use it'if you Open an account with us. i FarrellPlus


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,. After enumerating ot the last eight the accomplishments years.. want to buy anything, employ anybody, get a job, find an Comedy Newsyvents

3-lro Matinee and Night IiS- I
Mr. coolidge declared that much CHECKING ACCOUNT
article lost article for
return a or most
.J remained to be done. In spite ot any purposeIt's SATURDAY"Mother

determined efforts for economy,

., savings in interest due to reduc. so simple! Just call 29 and tell us what to put in the Knows Best"A

:' tion of the national debt and four Fox Movietone Production

,, reductions in taxes he said government paper a't 1 c per word. Bradford I With Talking Sequences

expenditures are showing County Bank Starring
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ti: a tendency to Increase. Dills pending Madge Bellamy and Louise

- in congress a short time ago. USE CLASSIFIED Bradford Counli/s Financial Stronghold I Dresser

he estimated, would have doubled .

_ the anneal national outlay, while STARKE, FLA. Pin
i Billy Doolpjr Comedy. Ni
: 1 measure are now on the congressional S '
- MaUnen '
15tpCE '
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: Mr. and Mra. Jim Koon and little "Farming l
TIIER&SSA der state supervision wherover
i : were Increased all along
daughter, of Waldo spent Sun
Bits of I. Alias Rhoda ZHgler, Cor. :, day with Mrs. Koon'a parents, Mr. Tag RightsTo piactlcable." the line at the 1927 session of the

I ... For the year ending Sept 30,
and Mrs. J. P. Padgett.
,....................... legIslature Includlngthat of the
Mr J. P. Padgett and son, Elmo, Be Probed 1927 the cost of collecting and motor vehicle commissioner from

Miss Agnes Joynes Is here visit made a business, trip to Starke last handling $6,316,817 by the otorvehlt'le $4,600 to $5,000) a year.

Local Jt..leSf ing her sister Mrs. Clyde Hall. Saturday. Governor Carlton has let It be
department and the auto
{ 9 Miss Grace Adkins of Hampton,, Mr. J. B. Russ of Brooker, was (lovcrnor:Fields Motor Grow. DrimrtmentKMMIWO theft bureau connected with It was known that it Is going to be different
spent Wednesday night of last to business here last lllR. this
attending and
$304,701. or 4 82 per cent of the year, every branch of
week with her cousin, Miss Ruth week. the state government will be call-
Our
Concerning People, Basinet and The motor vehicle department :is amount collected according to an
Zeigler.A Mrs. C. A. Youngblood Is rather ed upon to do Its bit In the .
of audit In the olllce of W. S. Mur- pro-
the
Progress County and Town. another branch of the state
Jolly crowd of folks this We gov-
young 111 with the flu at writing. row state auditor. gram of economy.
from Lawtey Hampton and The- ernment upon which the legislators / \
wish her a speedy recovery. For the 12 months .
ressa, enjoyed a moonlight ride Mr. and Mrs M. 'C McGllvaryand will focus their attention 30 ending Sept Canal Point''- Southern Sugar I
1928. the
Thursday evening of last week to children of Gainesville, were when they start seeking ways and derailment spent Company plans to expend $4,500- !

Mr. Robert Demorest was In Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and beautiful Crystal lake for a welnle visiting her parents Mr and Mrs means to slash expenses next ling$385,911$500.In 514 collecting or 7.68 per und cent hand-of 000 In this district during 1929. I 1

JackBonville Friday on business. Mrs. W. P. Randall went to Jack- roast. Everyone reported a fine C. A. foungblood here last Sun- April. the amount collected. Highway from Brewster to I
The cost of operating this de-
western Polk county line will be i
"H sonville Monday time.Mr. Prior to'October 1. 1928 when
and Mrs M. W. Lee and day.Mr. partment, which handles from $5- finished early In February.
.
John
Mr. Norman Ive of Gainesville, and Mrs. Hall have returned -. W }o". Allen was appointed motor j
children of Letona. were visiting 000,001) to $6.000,000 a year In Ocala Marlon county Chamber
Mr. to their home in Starke, r
Sunday In Starke and Mrs. R. F. Demorestand I vehicle commissioner the auto II-
spent Mrs. J. C. Robinson relatives here Thursday evening of after a visit with his parents, Mr"'. automobile license tag money, has of Commeice promoting pea-
fund
spent cause was handled by the
Mary' Spent Monday Wednesday la Jacksonville.Mrs. last week. and Mrs! Mat Hall.Keystone mounted during the past year and I state comptroller. nut Industry throughout county' i
Miss Mr. 1i. R. Hall from Richmond, S there are those who believe its ex- Four mile stretch of highway j t. ,
In Jacksonville. Va., is here his penses can be reduced. Uervlpts and disbursements of south of Clermont and "
, I. Brown and Miss M M. visiting brother ...................... And also Governor Carlton plans the auto theft bureau of the de- Groveland I
Patcbett Mr. Madison Hall. completed to Polk county line
K.-\nU Birthday Hale at :Mltchtil's spent Wednesday after- to look Into the method of designating partment during the year ending Everglades '
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sasser were eights Improvements
Jacksonville. :
noon !in :
Drugstore during February. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wal- MU. trel.n Ovdcn. Cor. agencies to handle the distribution -, June 30 l'J28. were separated by made to local school buildings. I
a very thin line and the bureau
of the In the expenses -
auto tugs
lace last Friday. : Hialeah Approximately $50- ,
Mr and Mrs. A. Dt. Darby spent 0 ............... for salaries and
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop spent Quite a few 'enjoyed an old fash- .... various counties It has been reported : traveling 000 expended for Improvements to : I
Sunday afternoon In Gainesville. of its
Jacksonville.Mr. expenses deputies and inspectors -
Thursday in visiting Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C ioned dance given last Friday eve- Miss Gertrude Mouser, assistedby that many persons receiving I Hialeah race tracks. ;
exceeded Its
ning at' the home'of Mrs M. M. appointments as agents have been appropriationof liartow -- Ilulldlng permits issued -
Jones her mother Mrs J. H Mouser
Bishop In- 32.000 for the i
H. A. was McIntosh Jones. Those present were: Mr. selling them, or "farming" them purposes by here during 1928 exceeded
Sunday on business entertained at her home on Lake out, the appointee having nothingto $11,333 the audit showed. f
and Mrs. Sam Woodward and chil- 1927 permits by more than $65-
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie E. Johns View Drive Tuesday evening with Oilier K\MMin: (t lnrr uM e
do with the actual sale of tags
Mrs. 000.
dren, of Starke Mr. and
Hnlc.a'at1I'h and little son, of Baldwin, spent three tables of bridge. Individual Number of employes and salaries i
KrxuJl: Birthday \ Clyde Hall, Miss Agnes Joyner, Mr. other than to tolled a percentageof Southern Bell Telephone Company : I
'll's Drugstore luring F'brnary.Florida Thursday in Starke with Mrs.Johns' cakes, chocolate mousse and coffee the profits. were increased In 1928. For the
Andrew Sullivan, Mr. L. L Young- plans to expend $2,500,000 ;
sister, Mrs J. E. Corpening, served. The guests ending Sept 30, 1928
were were your salaries

Wrung, "Mays Governor"If t
blood, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Kelsey ; for Improvements In Florida during
and North Carolina pea- ............". and children.A Misses Elizabeth Caughey, Helen ( this Is being/: done, there I I paid the members of the motor 1929.-John B. Everett. .
F. Kfckllter.. Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong and Lawrence, Arneeta and Helen Ogden vehicle department and auto
nut seed. J. surprise birthday party was ought to be a change, said the' Building permits In Ocala during '
Dr. J. K Norwood of Jacksonville, Mesdames Chas Wlenman, | theft! bureau totaled $394,537
--- "Such practice which aa i
a
given In honor of: Miss Willie Mae governor. 1928 totaled $290,542.
!Mr. F. A,. Canova of Jackson- were guests of Col. ape Mrs. E M. Hinson last Friday night at her Edwin Buck, Elwell Robinson; benefits some Individual at the ex- compared with $232,210 for the Winter Haven Florida orange -

ville, was in Starke Sunday. Johns Sunday.Mr. home A large crowd attended Messrs Donald Pangborn, Edwin pense of,the license buyer is wrongin previous year. Traveling expenses : festival will be held here Jan
Buck and Chas Wlonmun. Prizes principle. The public should 1 1 of in em bora of the department for 2226.
and spent an enjoyable evening.Mr. uary
Mr. John Powell was in Jacksonville and Mrs. Harvey Long have and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan were were won by Helen Ogden and have every benefit possible, and the 1927,1928 period amounted to ------------- I:
Wednesday. returned to Starke and are occupy Chas. Wienman. $45,934 as compared with $25,234for .
business In Brooker I
attending to ,
ing an apartment at Mrs. CorneliaLongs. Dr. and Mrs. Rupert and daughter Miami. They occupying Mr Syd- the previous year, while other
Saturday morning.
Syrup cans, all sizes. at Kick- Mr. and Mrs. II. D. May and Mildred, of Meadvllle, Penn., ney Dodd's cottage 'expenses in 1928 totaled $"424,

liter's. and Wilson, arrived at the Heights Wednes- One of the most successful eventsof compared with $47,2611 during
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone left sons Roscoe visitors to Starke Satur-were day and will spend the remainderof the season was the minstrel 10261927. ct tPrr

i Mr. Hamilton Ritch was in Jack- Tuesday for their home in Jack- day business night. the winter In the Rupert apart- show presented by the Hoard of I The average monthly salary paid

sonville Tuesday. sonville, after a week's engage- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan ment.' Trade, Thursday evening at the I I to deputies and Inspectors' during ,

ment In Starke.. daughters Hilda and Thelma, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Houser and clubhouse. J. Edwin Larson acted '1928 was $105,'and in the previous

Itvxnll Itli.Unlay Kale at Miuh-:\ I motored to Put- daughter Gertrude and Miss Elizabeth as Interlocutor. The end men, K: year $150. Regular clerks last l !
little son, Othma ;
rU'rt Drug Store during IVbruary Mrs. W. W. BaUden returned nam Hall Saturday afternoon on Caughey drove to Jacksonville A. Smith, Edd Buck, Chas. Wlen- ,year received an average( monthly '

from Jacksonville Wednesday '. Wednesday. man and W. H. Ogden had some salary of $160, compared) with J

Mr and Mrs. R. S. Carleton of I where she had spent several days business.James Trlest and. Jimmie Swin Lawrence' W.alrath and J. I). snappy original/ jokes Mr. Wm. $132 In 1927, It wan shown. \

Monticello, were visiting friends with relatives dell were In Starke, last Saturday Renfroe, students at the Universityof Pierce as "Sam" the colored wait The amounts paid by the de- ,1 ; y',
here Friday. '" Florida, Gainesville are spend er gave a clever song and dance partment Into the various funds t,
I Mrs A. Z. AdkIns, Mrs M. E, night. ing their vacation with Mr. and for the
Sullivan was calledto skit. The song and dance by Miss two years follow: Five smanxnrt
Judge A. Z. Adklns was in Jasper Edwards, Mrs 0. L. Beasley, and Mrs. Floy last Sunday on account Mrs. F. M Walrath at the Inn. Helen Ogden and R. C. Jenkins, per cent to maintenance fund, ,
Jasper ,
Sunday and Monday atendlng to Mrs. E. L. Biggs/ motored to Jack- of her mother being seriously III.I The K.:: E. IT. Club had a Jolly was also good, and especially good; $220,887 In 1927-1928 and $286- Do Your OwnPAINTING :

business.Mr.) sonville Monday Mr. Noah Hall of Orange time Friday evening when they i| were the solos by Mrs. Pierce and( 287 In 1920-1927; 25 per cent to ,1

I Heights was visiting! his uncle and drove to Indian lake for a picnic Mr. Milo Bergin, and duets by Mrs. counties $1,150,324 lit 1928, and ,
and Mrs: ! Bullen, were visitorsto Sebring are guests t this week of aunt chaperone. I and Mr. Richards. The octette : ':'?
MiHS Beatrice Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler had I gIn cent to state road department,
Gainesville Monday afternoon. Mrs. Rampley's mother, Mrs. S. F. as dinner guests Sunday, Mr and Miss Elizabeth Caughey! entertained )I[composed of Mrs. Pierce, Amelia $3,176,427 in 1928 and $3,992- Everything: to supply ;: '

Hamrick Mrs. O. A. Thomas! and son, Wood- informally Friday night Ogden, Mrs. Weld. Elizabeth Caug- -- your painting needs at ,; '

Itl"lIn: Itlrthday Hale ut :Alitch- --- row, of Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. with two tables of bridge. hey; Messrs. Weld, IllchanU( d .a_.______.p-?_...._._- the lowest price in ': i ,'
Mrs. P. M.\ Barefoot and daugh-
t'II'N Drug Store during IVforuiirj. Thrower and little daughter Miss Ellen Koy of Louisville, Jenkins and BergIn well deservedthe "
ters, Juanita and Sara and Inez Maxwell Ky., Is the guest of her Mister, Mrs It received. 1 town 1
hearty
and applause 3f
Friday In San- Patricia, of St. Augustine Say it with Flowers '"I!
Abernathy, spent
Griffis of Lawtey, wasa F. M. Walrath. Buck
Miss Pearl relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Zeigler of Special numbers by Messrs. Nothing but the finest ',J! c'
visitor to Starke Sunday after- derson with Gainesville. Mr and Mrs. James Houser, Jr., Bloss. Weinman, Richards, Ogden Flowers For All

noon. and Mr. Lester Zeigler was a busi- of Jacksonville, spent the week- and Weld were accepted with en quality! paints and {l\{\, '
Marcotte daughters -
Mrs. G. A. Gainesville Mon- end with Mr.,and Mrs. J. H. HOUH- thusiasm by the audience. Special Occasions brushes. h''>:
to
Genuine Red Bliss Seed Potatoes Eva and Louise, spent Sunday ness visitor er, Sr., on their return to Jackson- mention should be made of the :
i
Park with Mr. Mar- Let utt help you on i :
in Orange
Klckllter's. day.Mr. ville they were accompanied by Jack \
at J. F. A. L. Sullivan picked several splendid banjo playing by I
I cotte and Miss Lena. Marcotte. quarts of fine strawberries Miss Gertrude Houaon Buck The singing of old time Gertrude GodbeyAnderson your painting problem. yF\:

L.. A. and II. A. Brown, ,I Mr. and Mrs. Bldd1 of Athens
Messrs. man "hits" by the chorus seemed to

of Brooker, atended the Masonic Mrs. N.and S. March Jensen,Archambeault Mrs. Archam-, from Mr.his J. patch P. DIckInson Tuesday., John Wil- I Pa., who are occupying the please the audience Immensely DeWITT C. JONES ;L; t i1!,

meeting here Monday evening. I beault liamson and C. A. Youngbloodwere Shader cottage, left Wednesdayfor Much credit is due Mr. Jenkins :K' ':
last Thursday In Jackson- IIK1V,\11K: :
spent business visitors to Starke points south who managed the affair. The Phone It Waldo Fla. ,l, '

L. R. and II. P. Gainey of ville. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs L. G. Pete of i stage. was made to represent the I'), .

Brooker, were business visitors to Rhoda ZeIgler spent Tuesday Pittsburgh Pa., are spending a I lawn of a county club and was Arranged -.- -. -., --, -... '"--+ 1'. 'I,
Mr. O. A. Andreu of Stuart, was Miss I _______.____ I
Starke Monday. with Miss June AdkIns In few weeks here before going on to i by C. I1. Clark. -- -- --- ----- ---- -
In Starke for several day this -- ,_.._ ._ .. .
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Mitxli- week on account of the illness of Hampton.Mr. t
Itt> Jl Birthday Halo at
x
to
motored ,
Bert Hinson
C'II'N Htore during :February. his daughter.
Drug
I Hampton Tuesday afternoon.

Miss Betty Epperson of The farmers In our section are
Osteen of Little REX
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. ALt.
i Prooker, were visitors to Starke Jacksonville\ Is staying with her preparing to plant their spring
I grand-parents Sheriff and Mrs. W. crops.B. .

, Monday afternoon. J, Epperson, and Is again In Mrs. Y. P. U. begins at 7:00: oclock COMING.M. _

llamrlck's kindergarten class I next Saturday night.! Everyone is
Snowflake, Truckers and Stow.elt'S aw r
Invited.
; Evergreen Seed Corn. J. F. Miss Elise Dirt, who has been Mrs. Ruby McCruder spent the BIRTHDAY SALE t

,; Klckllter. spending sometime here with Mr. I week-end In Hampton visiting a.

and Mrs. L. D. Greene, left Sundayfor friends and relatives.
Alice Langford spent sev-
Mrs.
i attending to busi-
visit with relatives in Balti- Among those
, eral In Lake Butler this week a
days last week were: Mr.
In Starke
i i visiting friends. more, Maryland. S.ness II. Dodd and son, Robert, Mr. L. CLARK & SONS SHOW STARTS FEBRUARY FIRST .

Mrs. D. C. Members of the Missionary Cir- It. C. Helberger, Mr. Charles For d, ,
and
Mrs. A. M. Darby
i shop- cle No Two of the Methodist sythe and little grandson, Jean. 1 :.
Jones of Gainesville, were
the home of Mr. Jean Helberger made a busi-
will meet at
,, Ping in Jacksonville Saturday. church Mrs L., F. Smith Tuesday afternoon ness trip to Starke one day last ONE DAY ONLY---STARIE{ FLA. .' I

Just received a shipment of at 3 o'clock. week. Puretest Rubbing Alcohol _____ 49c pint t. .$
'
'I Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Mersey and

' Giant Fort Hook Stringless Bean,seed.Tennessee J. F. Kick-and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Miss Inez children spent Sunday In New River Puretest Aspirin Tablets 49c for 100 : t. .

I Abernathy, Mrs. Alice Langfordand visiting Mr. Ilersey's brother, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1ST. ,,

liter. Mrs. Anna Murrhee, attendedthe and family. Peptona, Our Best Tonic 79c r t
funeral of E. J. Ward at Mr. W G. Seals of Jacksonville, .\
I There will be no meeting of the Saturday afternoon. was attending to business here last Hot Water Bottle 2 : 'f.!
Brooker Symbol quart $1.39 ;
W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. C., :i:,
I Friday, Wild/ Animals .
during February. mother, Sullivan of Hampton \ ,
Miss Lois Thomas, and Miss Thelma Gauzets 39c .',
-- -
Thomas and Mrs. Joe spent the week-end with her h

I business Deputy visitor W V/ to Balsden Jacksonville was a Thomas Mrs. Hardee of Jacksonville, were visiting parents.; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sulli WILD WEST EXHIBITIONThe A Minature Bottle of Cara Nome f j;.::

j In Starke last Wednesday

I Wednesday. friend afternoon. van.Rev.. Lawrence of Keystone largest Elephant and Camel are carried Perfume given FREE with each ;:),$g..

I Heights gave a very Interestingtalk ,
i Ed. Burnsed of Jacksonville Mrs. C. F. Boyer and last Sunday evening at the with the show. '
and Wednesday In Mr. and Box of Cara Nome Face Powder $2.00 f. "
spent Tuesday
little son, and Miss Pearl Staceyof Christian church It was enjoyed ,...
Starke with friends and relatives.

Jacksonville with Mrs., spent Boyer's Sunday parents in Florida- Dr. A. S. York, past-Most- DON'T FORGET THE DATE Klenzo Dental Cream, Large _. 39c <
Starke
Orders taken for tailor-made '
Manning. Worshipful Grand Master of Flor
.. Levlton. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hallcroft Pound Paper and Envelopes
1111 It. Fit guaranteed. M.
E. Maines <
and Mrs. J -- '
12-14-tf. ida, and Dr. :. :. :. : : :. :.: :. .:. _.( :" :-- aF ';
Mr. Robert Demorest after sev- ,of Lake Butler.STARKE._ Both for 79c +1.1
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father ---- ---- --- --- 1
weeks visit with his -- 'it
eral
Jackson.
Clayton Strickland of
ville, was a visitor to Starke Sunday Mr. R. F. Demorest, left rejoin Saturdayfor the I FOLKS nil J. E. Cnrnpninn "

Raynor Louisville Lehr ,Co.Ky., of, to which he Is ,, --- I, I I Look In Our Window: for Many Other Bar- "l.1


William Sapp spent several daysin a member. MY &O H-AIN' ASK: VOUViFRlEMD \ ASK\ HIM TO SEND gains on this sale. } $A.I;'
.N r
Palm Beach and Miami last Taylor Belcher after an extended SUSIE'S' OV j TO ( 'fOU A BOX OF #

week. Mrs. visit with her parents. Mr. FRIEND 1 I EVER US/El THROW IN CIARS FRoM&oIN' : .' I

L. Frazee left Monday HOME 1 THE MORNING ii, j
Mrs. Della Hagan spent several and Mrs. J. ALL MERCHANDISE ON THIS SALE : ;
for her home, GarrlsonontbeHudson PAPER AS HE CQRPENING'S :;t
days relativesat .
.
last week visiting \
"
N Y. t C70Eb ouToi2l1G STORE .'I 4t ,
Hampton. ; cVJ I STRICTLY CASH : 4: ;

of the Missionary Cir- '
\ '
Mrs. Maurice DeSha and Miss Members
Methodist I l
Reba Marshall, of Waldo, were cle No. One of the of CN at the home FUTURE

visitors to Starke last Wednesday church Mrs. o'clock.Mr J.,H.wilt Rllch. meet Monday afternoonat ; Son-RIc.IN. 1T-LAwSTARTS! Sale Starts Friday, February First : : s

Revolt: Hirt day Sale at Mitch- 3 I : '

4'II'a Drug Store during\ February father of
v
George Cannon yr :

Lenthall Wyman died in -- ----- - _- !
Mrs T P. Ward and son, Roswell Mrs. January 30. Mr. I MITCHELL'S DRUG ir!

of Brooker, were visitors to Boston Mass.bad been. on 111 for the past II I Son-in-law, fathers-in-law and all the rest of the STORE : :

Starke last Wednesday afternoon.: Cannon weeks with pneumonia and I family find this, the shop that caters to their immediate Corpening's Drug Store .' f',
'
two

Thomas 'Llmbaugh of Lawtey, owing to his advanced the age attack.was un- i contentment. From rubber goods to "The Service Store"tOilet cfee1; Store : ':" ': ;
from The : '
rally
Pent the week-end in Starke with able to --- accessories, from simple remedies to careful \ '

)fro and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. Sheriff-and-Mrs.--W. J. Epperson \ ly compounded prescriptions we're here to serve Starke Fla. I /+ :tfi:

eye- J I STARKE_ FLORIDA : 1M'j(
well.
Miss. Ella Mae Long of Jacksonville had as dJpIIejfaytBrandon, the you I i (, ,

visited! friends In Starke Sun nlng Master of j I. ,, 1 ,
day. Most 'Worshipful Grand : -- -" -- --- ----- ----- -- -- i If'

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.. ._.. -. _...:.._._::...:.:_-=.-._--- ;r- .-';' .,--..-..:-.:;.: --".h., -.- .-.._------ s r"::1 r--""'.':. M Contract Is Let For "TALKING FILMS"ARE: X.'I"UN") Press Help SpreadAgricultural

How to Raise PoMltryBy

1I Farmers & Farming I Ii Dr. L. D.LeGefer. V.S., St. Loafs,Mo. ) Stock Dipping Fluid Just how -talking motion pie- Trut

tures are filmed at the motion picture -
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Dr.LeOaer ie ajiraduat I he Ontario Veterinary
CoJIeife.1892.Thlrryela veere of veterinary precricttcm ":-9 Tallahassee, Jan. 25.--Contrac studios was explained today The newspapers of the coum

(Ily Agricultural/ Editor) ealhoricy doers on of poultry llv. etock.Muck end nlnng.poaftry." Nationally Eminent. for the 1929 requirements of tbe 'by Manager Treece of the Florid) have been and continue to be t Ih
i II va _..... the
r known poultry' .Noted author and 1 I I theatre when he announced +<
--... -- --.------ -.-- .. '. I State Live Stock Sanitary ,Board in playing of the Paramount all-talk greatest factor In the spread of l

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles Article VI led or even trebled their outpuas I! tick eradication work In Florid Ing movie, "Interference". lie announced rlcultural Information Is the op ll

and Methods Found AH 1OU: FEED; 8O I soon as a good mash with the< has been let by the board to the the playing dates of the+ Ion of the American Association I
of Farm Experiences
: ShALL THEY LAlRrronla necessary protein element was William Cooper and Nephew Inc, picture as next Monday and Tues Agricultural College Editors. TIll!

1 To De Best Suited to Our Country added. It Is not enough, however, of Chicago.The day. The picture features four expression of opinion has broui," ,

L _. Show Egg Production Often Just to feed a 50-50 mash and contract is on a basis of 75 well known film players In thi forth much press comment all o\'.
... :.:.-: t DoubltMl or Trebled by tin scratch feed ration all the time cents a gallon from 10.00 principal roles, Evelyn Brent, Cllvi+ the country, showing !that t th

Addition of One Simple KU-menl The successful poultry man wll to 50,000 gallons of the dip preparation Brook, William Powell and Doris newspapers appreciate the coral

FEBRUARY IS TIME to the Kw l-Kxtra:: Profits from study his flock. He will know in whatever amount 1 Is Kenyan. ment,
Than Off and used In carrying out eradication 1 In: "The filming of talking motion condition prevails
Correct Fowling More whether they are being forced The same I
PLANTING MANY wt the Slight; Additional Cost producing beyond their normal ca the next working zone. pictures, differs greatly from the Florida, declares J. Francis COOl
FOR paclty, or whether they are getting The next eradication work i I. ordinary producing method," he+< er, editor of the Experiment St;

Editor's Note.-This Is another too tat and lazy so they are not I to be conducted in Nassau, Duval, said. "Many technical problems tlotx and Agricultural Extensl

FLOWERING PLANTSFebruary story In a series of 52 stories 01 I laying as much as they should.. It: : Clay, Bradford, Gllchrlst and Levy have to be solved. The methoc Division. The newspapers have R
counties, and will start March 1 1.
poultry raising written by the well the former, be will cut down 01 now employed at the Paramoun ways shown a willingness to f cc
known national poultry authority, the mash and feed more grain. If The construction of vats for dipping studio and which prevailed In film operate with the College of Ag

;;a month: when very I Dr. L D. LeG ear, V. S., of St the latter, he will cut down on the the cattle is already under Ing the scenes for 'Interference' I Is culture in Its efforts to teach bel

,, little planting Is done In northern Specialists GiveSuggesti Louts. The entire series will ap grain and Increase the mash tc completed way. Work during in that the zone spring will be of something like this: 1 ter methods of farming.
in this Our reader) make birds consume more protein "We will assume that we an Studies being made at press
but It Is an Ideal time to pear paper. of
states
i 1930 under the present plana
ns For are urged to read them carefullyand Note: I will gladly answer watching the shooting of a scene show that a large proportion ot th
1..; put out many flowering shrubs In clip them out for future ref questions about any phase of pour the board. for 'Interference,' We see Roy J. weekly newspapers of Florl

Florida stated Major W. L. Floyd FebruaryVork I erence. try feeding which may be addressed When the zone now under operatlons Pomeroy, the director, sitting In a regularly publish stores sent 01

assistant dean of the College of to me In care of the editor or! I Is tick-free, it will brim chair giving last minute instructions from the college. These stor
From somewhere back In this newspaper. slightly over halt of the state, or to the players. Giant doors give the latest Information COI
t N Agriculture, Unnverslty of FlorIda I way
Following are timely reminders third reader days I recall thestory thlrty-stx of the sixty-seven coun swing shut at Pomeroy'a com cernlng practical l farm and gro
In a radio talk over WRUF. my ties from under the federal and
< BOYS
IJNCOURAGE: TUB mand. A peculiar silence doml affect Florlc
for Florida farmers and growers, of a miser who tried to feed problems as they
Our plants are more nearly dor- : AM) GIRLS TO ENROLLIN state quarantines against the cattle Now and then a
y nates the stage. the newspapers 81
In this
of the College It would save way
prepared by specialists his horse shavings.
'. ; mant at this time, transpiration l Islesc : CLl'It WORK pest
RCRAL conversation Is heard
' he reasoned, and whispered able to keep! up with the latest I Ivestlgational II
: ; and the injured roots heal of Agriculture, Agricultural the price of hay, a Incandescent -
oft strangely.
Voices trail work of the Kxpe
and new ones form so as to be Extension Service, and Experiment if the beast change would was never made know graduallythe the Our children are the hope of the HINTS TO HOt'SEWIVKH: lamps flood the set ment Station and the results (

ready for the growing season Station. difference. Maybe the horse was ruture and we should give them ev Strange camera 'tanks', sound the work of the extension ages
which comes a little later, he added HOME IMPROVEMENT.
Cnttlp, )(ore's and HOKH.-Keep fooled, but nature most certainly ery chance for development. One Kitchens proof booths,-crouch on the edge scattered all over the state.

1t :?, Flowering shrubs well suited to the mule's and horse's stable and was not Long before the diet of the greatest opportunities which (By Virginia p, Moore. ) of the set. the Microphones players' heads.are sus Silence. The editors of the each agrlcultui I

the soil and climate of Florida and lot dry and supplied with plentyof got to be all shavings the poor old rural (boys and girls have today It is the woman who should take pended. over It grows oppressive stif consider colleges meet their once problems and year su,
which may be planted In February bedding to avoid foot troubles. horse gave up the ghost. the leadership in changing the
that they did not have 20 years ling. way's of improving their rehtlons
tr Include abella buddlela Calllnte-. Turn hogs/ on rape oats or rye As I observe the way a great" "house" Into a "home." goat
Is the chance to enroll In 411dub "There Is a man located in a tiny with the press. Mr. Coot,
their chickens.
hibiscus pastures to supply succulent feed many people feed ago I know to+
mon, camella, oestrum, I "It sounds preachy, the of the set. He member
hydrangea, Jasmine, oleander, for the growing Rhoats. Oats and I am often reminded of that story, work. This work is conducted say that all buildings depend foi room at top served last year as a
watches the position of the player committee and bl
+ the executive ,
eplrea and viburnum. Roses belong rye make good pasture for cattle. I don't mean they are stingy, but In the counties by the county their real beauty upon the spirit ot the'set and regulates their memb
on been appointed a
i to this group too, Professor Floyd Breed dairy cows for fall freshen I their lack of knowledge about agents and home demonstration the people who inhabit them but voices. He hears everything that recently exhibits committee i r,
of the
: ing. White wash or paint milk, feeding l is just as great. They are it is true" Every member of the+< -
that during Is said through giant horns. He
agents. I see reports 1929.
said.Many herbaceous perennials maybe house and barn. Eliminate all expecting the impossible and won- family should contribute his or hei the 'mixer.' .
known
Is as -
}\ planted during this period. places In which flies breed. der greatly why they are so con- 1928 there were 619,000 rural part to the REAL improvement ot "The old familiar cry of 'cam- lOW: ).ASSE ( R; 8C1IEWUL:}

Among them are alyssum, aspidistra .oultry.-The grow healthy sistently disappointed boys and g rlll enrolled In this the home. !' has been supplantad by 'In- -

i canna, crlnum, gladiolus, lilies chick campaign should be started The first thing that must be work in the United States.It When the woman's spirit Is era terlock!I' meaning the cameras are Beginning Sunday, Dec. 30i]

4 and tube-roses. These are grown and the following six factors observed thoroughly understood Is that Is one kind of club) that costs broken by the ill-arranged physical to be synchronized and set ready I Seaboard Railway schedules I f,

from bulbs or root stocks and : 1. hatch early; 2. Use from the hen's point of view egg nothing to Join. The boys and girls side of the house, she cannot makea to go. A bell rings. Everything Starke were posted as fololws:

f should be planted In well prepared clean chicks and eggs; 3, clean laying Is a secondary matter. She limply agree to conduct what is great success of converting the quiet. The scene starts."Every Southbound

carefully enriched soil which Is brooder houses; 4,. clean land; 5, eats first of all to build up and known as a demonstration in the "house" Into a "home." word spoken by the No'. 1-(Local) 10:07 p. m.

well drained, but of good water balanced ration; 6, separation of maintain her own body If, after raising of a pig or a calf, the Women In all sections of the players is recorded on film disc. No. 11-(Local) 11:48 a. m.

holding capacity. cockerels and pullets. enough has been eaten for that rowing of an acre of corn, pea- state of Florida are thinking more The sllghest noise made by trip- No. 3-(Limited) 9:44: a. m.

There Is always much Interest. In riM ami Pasture.-Plant Nap- purpose, she can be persuaded to nuts, or other crop, the Improvement along this important phase of ping over a chair or knocking on No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p.; m.
annual flowering plants as these ier grass. Top-dress oats with nitrate eat still more of the right kind of of the home, cannnlng, sewing home demonstration club work wood is picked up by the sensitive No. 191-(Limited) 11:31: p. :D

can be started so easily and bloom of soda or sulphate ,of am- food correctly proportioned: she etc. While this work Is usually One outstanding prize winner Ir 'mikes.' A tiny light cell, a photo NorthboundNo.

t. f ( no quickly. Many ot these are monia. Break land for spring will lay eggs. That's all there is fun for them It does them a the Kitchen Improvement Contest, electric cell transmits the elo- 2-(Local) 4:41 a. m.

& planted earlier but succession crops. Scatter I 5 to 10 pounds to the theory of scientific poultry lot of good In teaching them how Is making a real contribution tc. quent nuances of the players' No. 12-Local( ) 3:50: p. m.

i ;. plantings/ continue Into February. lespedeza seed to acre over pasture feeding. to conduct their farm and home the making a real home "houses.* voices into unimpressive, minute No. 4-(Limited) 9:01: p. m.
Plants which are easily injured by and let cattle tramp In. The next essential' tact to be operations In the most modern Mrs. W M. O'Brien, of Manatee lines of gray and black and white. No. 108-(Limited) 5:45: p. i II

cold are hot planted until after Cotton. Order calcium arsen- mastered Is that different kinds of manner. It also does the older people county, winner of drat prize In the Tiny lines, less than one-tenth of No. 192-(Limited) arrlvii

; 1 the middle ot the month, when all ate needed later to control boll feeds produce widely different results. of the ,community good for State Kitchen Contest of 1928,,, an inch in length, delicate shad- here at 5:31: a. m., stops only fu

danger from front, except In unusual weevil. Secure dlseas-free seed of Grains furnish, for the most hey see how things are being done will be a better home maker because Ings of light; warm voices on cold the purpose of letting off passe

cases Is punt Those which early varieties. Plant wilt-resis I part, substances called carbohy- t>y the boys and girls and get the of her improved kitchen. Her film Is the result," he concluded. gers from the East Coast.
i may be planted right away are ageratum tant varieties on wilt-Infected drates which are transformed into urge to do a little better them- "back" will not "ache" so much,,, Nos. 1, 8, 9, 10, (Orange Bio
4 tn. aster, call lops I., comos, soil. I fat for the fowl's body and albumen ielves. because now she has heightened Among the prominent visitors to soma limited trains) do not st

x marigold nasturtium, petunia, drove mill Orchard.--Citrus: Set or egg whites. Other sub I have watched this club workn working surfaces, and because she the state this week are president In Starke.

.' phlox, poppy, verbena, and zinnia. grove trees, water and bank It cold stances, known as proteins, buildup the county and am firmly convinced will hot have to lift those heavy elect Herbert Hoover and presi- Wnnnce Branch
..._:_-."" danger has not passed. Continue the muscles of the bird and fur- that it should be reaching buckets of water, or lift out that"slopbucket" dent not to be Al Smith. The former No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. iNo.
1 NKIOIIIIOKH .101'1"1; ) TO pruning out dead wood until newgrowth nish yolks for eggs. Proteins are she put water Into .
1f more boys and girls. I know the ; will fish at Miami Beach and 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: I
pI ; I ruiirn.\Hi' <: HIGH ( .% >lYIUTIIIf.lmH ( fed In the form of meat
11 f appears. Fertilize using usually ounty: and home demonstration her kitchen, a good sink the correct the latter will golf at Sarasota and m.
rti > s : + 'l'Om:TIII.n: high!!: percent soluble nitrogen and scraps, milk, or tankage. There agents are doing a great deaf, but height, and sewerage. Neither other links in the'southern part of Itluo Bus Lines

begin cultivation. Irrigate If need- are some proteins In grains but with the help of the people of does she have to lift that Ironing the state. Both of them will be Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:1:
I went over to see 81 Smith the ed. for scab ( January.) not enough for the hen's. body and and forth from its bidIng -
i Spray see board back
he various communities, they canto benefit ted and refreshed by their i. m., 1:58 p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8Ep. :
sr, ether day and asked him how hey Watch tor runt mites (see May.) eggs< too. more. It Is just a question of place each week, or when ever sojourn in the Sunshine State. m.

y was planning/ buy hilt fertilizer. Destroy citrus aphids on new For the egg's shells and bones "is all getting together and pulling. she wishes to do some Ironing, for Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:0:

l Found out he wan merchant and buy some 8-3-3 of new trees, Finish grafting. calcium carbonate being the principal ilderable observation to prove this that Ironing board with hinges commission left Tallahassee Mon- m.

t' ; '; and other low grade fertilizers on Titles to he top-worked not already one. For that .purpose >belief correct, that 4-11 club works against the wall. It Is easily buttoned day to conduct a series of hearings S-

time. cut back should be cut back earlyIn crushed oyster shell or limestone ot the best possible ways to to the wall when not In use to consider applications for revisIon Melbourne-Improvements mac]'
"SI." I said "Why don't you go month especially on varieties Is kept before the fowls at all one and girls interested in when lowered, it is the proper of telephone rates. The first on local airport.

!j in with me and some of the other ; susceptible to scab. Treat decaying times. set ural boys life and betterment Ot the height for her to sit on her stool hearing will be held at Ocala on Melbourne Fishing pier completed

+ fellows around here and let's buy places on trees. The last month to A certain amount of green food home and the community. Club and do the week's Ironing. 'Wednesday, followed by one at at Miday Tourist Camp.

our fertilizer In carload lots In cut and store grafting. Other Is also required. It helps prevent work should do much to keep the That celled wall will save much Crescent City and another at Hastings Jacksonville Building per
i : that way we'can (get<< it cheaper Of fruits: This Is the best month for digestive disorders and containsthe and the farm, and to cleaning. Heretofore there was a on the next day nits Issued here during 1928 totaled
>+oys girls on
r course we will have to pay cash, grafting grapes, persimmons, and two valuable vitamins A andD and great deal of the sitting of sand $7,905.762.
make farm life more pleasant
but If you haven't got the money deciduous fruit trees. so essential to the proper assimilation Let's have and dirt. Those narrow, convenIently For the purpose of holding a Jacksonville $45,000 net
handy, you can probably borrows amen and Truok.--Spray potatoes of other food. Without more profitable. more arranged enameled shelves final conference with New York financiers service station completed at Par!
s at the bank when you explain, to with 5-5-50 Bordeaux under vitamin D, tor example, the minerals toys and girls enrolled In It durIng and table on casters will swve'steps" and to look after other and Roselle streets. f

the banker what you want It for high pressure to control blight. la the feed cannot be" made 1929 and "nerves" too. She details before beginning work on Tampa Thirty new home

"We should also buy high "grade Plant only healthy, disease-tree over Into bone and egg shell. ays she laves to wash dishes now, the $2.000,000 bridge planned to rill be built in Sunset Park -ii<
fertilizer and save money on seed. Soak cucumber seed In 1-1- Once It Is clearly understood ..N..>N.....O........... for she has plenty of nice water, span Pensacola bay, R. O. Patterson tear future.

t freight and handling. It will take 000 corrosive sublimate for 10 that each different kind of feed ZIFFMlM the drain pipe, and that dish dryer local representative of the Lakeland New recreations
just 1,333 pounds of 12-4-4 to furnish minutes; wash afterward Plant has Its.own Individual Job to do, : : hat will save so much "wiping." builders, left last week for New park> in Civic Center recently dedi

kL the same amount ot plant tomato, eggplant and pepper seed the very term, "balanced ration", .. Opal Lewis, Cor. .. In fact, the amount of surface she York and will be gone about two ated. I

t : toods' and In the same proportion beds. Plant sweet corn, cauliflower ceases to sound quite so much likea ....*................... wiped before getting the dish weeks. He let It be known before Tallahassee Florida Fores,,
as a ton ot 8-3-3. By purchasing It becomes the dimension taking his departure that every- Service
cucumbers 1'u&1I81pea.: and foreign language. Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas Iryer was equal to plans reforestation pro
t 12-4-4 we save one-third on the must consist lot. thing pointed to the beginning of I
Irish potatoes Plant a few rows plain that the ration ind children of Starke, the of an average city ram.
freight, In addition to Retting a of summer squash around the cu- of just 8') much material containIng reek-cud here with relatives.Mr. spent. She has more time left to'read the huge contract before the first !

" lightly better price. In other cumber or cantaloupe field as a carbohydrates and a propor- and Mrs. J, O. Dennison and and relax, can give more thoughto lay[ of February. = ,
words that 1,333 pounds of 1244wnn't amount containing proteins of her children, and -
trap for borers. Start tender flowering tionate Ittte the training Jacksonville $
Perman and J. M. of
,
sons contract -
niiltA. .. aa _
cost tin rte much as. PAINTER'SSimon
v. annuals keep "Billie" her "pal" hus-
Lake Butler the week herewith can awarded for Lem
MII J ton of 8-3-3, and we got the additional \ In I ho Homo.--Look over and An example of wh.it; I considera Mrs. Dennlnson's, spent parents, Mr. band cheered up when prices are Turner Road from Improving Trout river
saving on freight. The plant repair spring and summer cloth- well balanced ration Is the one too low to make any profit on his
and Mrs. J.
W. Lewis.
north to
> bridge Nassau county line.
food III l the same In such lot, and\ Ing. Make a spring hat for one 01 given below, which I have used Mr. Irwin ruck farming. She already is Pure Citrusand
Murrhee and son, Dunnellon Remodeled buildIng
1 that Is what makes fertilizer! valu more members of the family Iu successfully for a number of years. ; making plans for Improving other -
Dewey ot Graham In Wlthlacoochee
were our section of Motor Company -
; able. Get rid of all Insects sake of not familiar this She earned
I spring sewing For the those rooms year.
f 81 though It over for a few minutes one day of last week. :! recently opened. I Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS
; make fly traps. Plant dahlia with this method of feeding, I Mr. J. W. Lewis was attendingo noney for her Improvement
and after some further explanation bulbs and seeds of summer shall explain that mashes are customarily business in Starke Wednesday hrough ber canning and preserv-
from me, he finally decided and kept I
blooming annuals and perennials put In hoppers ng.
Mr. John McKinney and Mr. Wil-\ '
that It was beta to buy the Visit the school and enjoy the Goo constantly before the hens at all -
high, grade fertilizers and also to preferably lie McKinney were attending to The sale of over 70,000 quarts For colds I
Washington limos The grains are grip
program.
So >Business In our section Friday.Mr. of strawberries on the local f. o. b. ,
buy them co-operatively. we
r i' Ia I went over to see K dWUllams, BUIHanklns The plant of the Florida fed enough by hand apart with so the the bens feedings will eat far and Mrs. F, W. Reynolds market Monday marks the opening and flu takeLotaos I Are

Ous Weeks and Abe Larking West Coast Ice Company U plenty of mash In between times. and children of Graham, spent the if real full-season activity at Plant ."TIME TRIED AND CROP

and soon had enough ordersto nearing completion at Brooksvllle\ The grains are called scratch feeds, week-end here with Mrs. Reynold'sparents. City. Monday's total shipments approximately I TESTED"
It make up a carload. I went over It will be one of the best plants olUs by the way. because they are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thom- : quadruple the totals

to see the county agent to And out kind In that section of the burled In deep litter. That kf. for' Friday last, when 18.500
where we could buy the fertlllzttr state when finished. The J. Paul make usually the hens have to scratch It Mr. W. J. Johns of Starke, spent quarts of berries rolled for a cash Our Brands are the Acknow-

la carload lots, and I then sent In Jones Company of St. Petersburg,, thus getting much needed ex Sunday here with his daughter, total of something above 8000. ledged Standard by which
out, and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Lewl. Growers of Florida have
tbe order for all of u*. has the contract for the building,,
As I figure It, we have made a which will cost about $13,000. The ercise.n.\LANCKl POULTRY RATION .. Railroads entering Pensacola Judged all fertilizers for
nitty saving on the lot. too.WUVF Florida\ Power Corporation will $ratch Feed" Mr. J, C. Dennison of Lake But- territory are planning vast expenditures nearly forty years.
also furnish power at the plant,,, or. spent Thursday and Friday In 1929, According to TRADC MARK HI a. Bring all we can for what
KAKM I'UOOJ\AI and the people of Ilrooksvllle will 100 tbs. yellow corn. here with friends. unofficial information and announcements we get instead of getting all
have a modern and up-to-date Ice 100 Ibs. wheat or heavy oats.Mwj.li Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mr. which have been Is-l we can for what wn give,"

Following. Is a (list of farm talks and power plant that will serve : Wed and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds, all at. ned In that city. It Is known that I .b the policy of
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to be broadcast from station the needs of that section for 100 Ibs. wheat bran. ended the funeral ot Mr. Jake he Louisville & Nashville plans

WRUF during the week ending to come, and which will years be a 100 Ibs. middlings. Ward Saturday afternoon.Mr. mprovements to cost upward of Relieves tie congestion, THE E. O. PAINTER

1" February 6. The farm program credit to that progressive Hernanda 100\) Ibs. yellow corn meal. A. Z. Adklns of Starke was 1500,000, while the definite plans I prevenb complications, I FERTILIZER CO.
.
1 $ Is given from BI> 30 to 7 p. m. Eastern county city when finished. 80 100 Ibs.Ibs.ground meat oat. in our section last week on busl- or the St. Louis-San Francisco railroad and hastens recovery JACKSONVILLE FLA.J .
Standard Time. The wave scraps. iess. have not been given out. al-
length Is 204 meters.Feb. The city commission ot Ft. My 5 Ibs, common salt. We are sorry to report that Mr. bough It I. asserted In well-ln-
S; I "Twenty-five years of ers has dropped the opposition tc Plenty of seasonable green stuff R. B. Thomas Is on the sick list formed circles that It will amount : :
: the Injunction suit of the Florid should accompany this ration. Grit, his week. him to about : : .
County Agent Work J". Francis We wish a speedy twice as much as the out- III
I
1Y, Cooper, editor, agricultural extension Power & Light Co., wherein the charcoal and oyster shell shouldbe recover)'. ay of the competing road.
service. city attempted to lower the rater kept before the bans at all -
Feb. 4 "Chinese Agriculture" by a city ordinance. The actloi times. And water! Yes, of course. R. DAVIS & CO I

Professor G. E. Rltchey, College of the commission I. a victory foi Etc are 66 per cent water and a :

of Agriculture. the company that contended thi plentiful supply of fresh, clean I We can charge your /,
I$
water should always be on hand tq YES
1 "'eb. < "The Story of Rosin city commission had no legal rlgh 8 OKS
and Turp. .." B. J, one, curator to arbitrarily lower rates ahead: supply that requirement. It Is also STORAGE BATTERY ID INSURANCEAGENCY
Ta department ot Chemistry, University established by franchise. essential for the health of the I
flock 1
of Florida. '1'I
1 1i Test conducted by the Ftorldi The feeding of a balanced ration 'I

i II'"k Mate tbe flocks three-weeks before Experiment Station have showy will work wonders. There are ESTABLISHED 1886 ,

t hatching eggs are desired to that dither hairy v. or AIl.trlalpeae plenty of examples of flocks that Smith's ke

'insure a high percentage of fertile give better yield than Mon,. were ted all grain rations with Garage STARKE FLA.

eggs aotha vetch. only fair results but which doub- I :
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FEBRUARY 1. 102O BRADFORD COUNTY TKMCGRAPH STARKK FLORIDA .

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of Boca, Molne, and Frank NOTICK
I I are familiar throughout the cour- Of the morning light. two and one-half or three feet HOOpf.. Vown.*, of .ack.olvile. Florida, I Notice In, hereby given that the on-

By Edna Harrison.All apart. the only A cI""llnod. a* administrator for the
l.rb.rt
try. d..alled. that Kate Livingston, deceased,
Hooper, Ind.r.
; Florida State Chamber of Sores of similar Instances In Hlgnoil. Administrator ot en- will on the I7tk day of March A

1 could cited and it Is day long In the sunshine Otootan and Biloxi soybeans tale of Herbert. A. Hooper, D. 19.. tile return of his accounts
b Intend to apply to the d.oeal.d'l BH admInistrator of maid emate, be-
more than many will be vs- ''I I watch the sparkling light. gave best results in variety tests A. (larillner, County Jldge tore the Honorable O.orl. A. lard(
: CommerceWhat l"orle County, Florida, on Mon I nor Judge of the JudgeCourt "
fer red to at the Industrial conference. conducted by the agronomy -
I Through a night of darkness for forage day. March 10 o'clock for Bradford County F10.lda.

The conference proposes to I dream of stars so bright. department of the Florida A M. for 1th. 19at poae I..at his oRlce In the court .
discuss the Industrial situation .,Ion the h el'r rod.te real the City of Starke, Florida and wil
By Carry Wynn. Experiment Station In 1928. nutate an assets of rntate an.II''et tha HB me lime apply for a ,
of the development of In- Although this small plant has beenIn from every viewpoint and repor a- Hell all the Inl.ro.t the above 'Ila.harl' a* admInistrator of the

iistrlea In Florida? Should the operation less than four months, its findings to the Congress for discussion The greatest need of Southern Legume hays are rich In lime named following heir described at In and situated to the I' ,.all the e.l.t." *and" and for llabllltle a releuc a*from ad-
hile.
labor to bring large Indus- there already has been marked from the floor. agriculture as a business is for nradford County to-wlt:: I inlnlmrator of said entat .
ople I a greater production per hour of human and bran and the oil meals are .IleglnnlnK at a point where w..t.1 Dated this the 7th day of January.
lea into the state, or should they Increase In the quantity of milk in moreland Mtreet crosses 3rd Stre.t .A. D. 192 Throughout the state, school. work. One-horse plows, one- rich In phosphorus. Feeding them on the HUH Hide of 3rd Street and C. LIVINGSTON

icourage the local small industry, the restrict, because farmers, as- I horse cultivators, light work stock to reduce mineral shortage on South Slile of 3rd Street and run Administrator of the eHtata of ,
civic clubs and other organization helps feet to a point of beginning Kate deceased.iI1.Ot3.8 .
will in Mast 174Vu
hich with proper support, sured of a nearby cash market, small farming areas and lack of ; thence run South 500 feet to a Uvlnt.ton.
me become one of large propor- are preparing to observe "Kno\ conveniences stand In the Went 179 feet
have Increased the number of their farming A child will have early and stake; thence run I
onsT Can Florida at this! time Florida Week.' February 25 to I of higher standard of rural more or lena Wentmorelaml street: "O'I'I'Eth GIIAROIAN. ..4LI1 Of :
dairy cows. Within a few way peaceful bleep If his largest meal thence along ,".* Hide of Wealmorelanrt L.tNU
years March 2
Inclusive.The .
raw materials ,
Ipply the necessary living as nothing else does.-L. II. Street 85 feet to a make; ,

warrant the establishment. of there will be more milk in this Know Florida movement Neel. Is at noon rather than at night. th.nc. Kant: along line of Herma.l.eCla'e Thirty day after date hereof on i
lanitn, 417 feet, to a stake; to-wlt. the 18th day of )', '
: February
was inaugurated by the Florid
rge plants particular district than can be ; thence North 5435 feet to 3rd Hlreet; I I99. 1 the umlwr.lgned Quardlunof

These will be among the ques- utilized and the cheese State Chamber of Commerce In Large yields of Spanish peanuts Keep the water containers In the thence Went along South boundary ,( Ituthella Irln, CharleH Prlr
be discussed at the In- plant, or 1928 for the purpose of Inducing poultry house above the floor to line of 3rd Utreet 23M' feet to point tnd Jnanlta Priest, Minor heir oi
one to be made by closer spacing. half of ,
a can of alt L'. H. PrleHt. deceased, apply to
condensing plant Is certain to litter.NOTICH ..lllllni. wil
ustrlal confrence to be held In Floridians to learn something Tests carried on by the agronomy prevent contamination from HUlth.a.t 'jl..te.( of SectliHt .11' th. Honorable' Otto. ilardinerouilty I

, aim .Beach early next month In be located there. about the state not found In the< I of the Florida Experiment ----- TownHhlp II Flange DOWNbiSAdinlnlHtrator 22 Kant, Judge of Bradford
department OF AUMIMMTH 'TOU' FKANK H. Florida, for an order to sell countf
with the All-Florida Nearly school textbooks and the few his Ntl.K of KBate of I IInt.r..t
>nnection every city In the state I Station last year showed that APPLICATION FOIl fat* sale the Oue-fourth
by the tories. has been apparent for: Herbort A. Hooper d.cea.I. (ach of naid Minor' th.
ongress being sponsored possesses a few small Industries I : : greater yields are obtained when '

orlda State Chamber of Com- which, it patronized and encouraged years Floridians are woefull; the nuts are planted three to four Notice of IH Alfred hereby !len, to Henry Ollu 3-1-61-3-1 _. _.. I(mil the following being In ....' .lb.1 land, FlorJn. lying- .-

erce, one of a series of fourteen or enabled: to expand through Ignorant of Florida, and this Is I I Inches In the row'and the. rows are Moody, te.rl' :NOTH-K Beginning. to-wlt: at n point 36.1) feet

h-conferences which wll\ reports local financial aid, may quickly developed especially true of the people who --- I 'nt of the Northwest corner of the .1 <
BRAD
findings to the Congress at the Into large industries with have moved to the state within Ihe REPORT OF HIE BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES, In (Ircul(Coin I, Bradford County, Vortheam quarter <>f the Northaaatliiarter.
(10). Township ((7),
ternoon session. I healthy payrolls. A Tampan a few last three or four years. FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR SIX MONTHS ".. 1.1"0' I II Chancery.L 4rtnth Se.ton(2) eaHt thence South ,

Within the last year a concern I years ago began to manufacture The Chamber, Which wl dls 31st 1928. rlln.Complalll.nt 1225) feet to of beginninghencti 1
ENDING DECEMBER West (11)5) feet, then,,.. r
hlch considered the establish- brooms in a small plant in that tribute about February to al Walter VI.J. llnrman.Defendant.' bulb (8S feet, thence Mast (IDS) I Ieet

lent of a large cheese factory in city. Production at the beginningwas who request them" pamphlets containing thence North (88) feet to point

orlda was forced to abandon the hardly sufficient to keep a few Florida facts for use durIng Disbursements It appearing Oiiler of by I'uhUrntton attldavlt attachnil rt 105 b"lllnlnl.r..t "luare.("ltalnlnl 88 feet by :"

because there was the week Is urging that civic tiled In the 18th day January. 1929.MYUTLU .
roject simply country stores supplied. Ills project 1928 to the bill 01( complaint '
JULY 6th. :
In the state ,which however the 'of leaders and school teachers mean W. 13. Torod* meeting' June_________________________________ 3.01 nhove 'al"f. that the renldenc otWalh' ...EIT. '
c) single area < won support Week, meeting June ____ ____ _________-.__________ 1.00C. "' I is unknown to l18t815_ 1 1h5o'rIIl .
mid guarantee a minimum of 30.00 .- Tampa, the plant continued to expand time gather as much information I U A.A. Hillary June _________-_________________......__...____ 11.0t complainant I ; Ih.\there I* no person ,

pounds of milk dally, within a and today its brooms are as possible from other sources In !''e. A. Futt Fut.h.ti. Im-lrtental epenne __________________-_..._________ 1.14; In the &Stat J'lnrldll. known to .
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Light and Water Plant, light service ____,.____._. ______ nfflant, serIt'e ,." tipouiWhom 1 "
of fifteen miles, and which sold in virtually city in the order that it might supplement City ?!alit tl bind the Hald defendantIn ,
Idlus every II. C. Insurance _. __ -------------------- ---------- would In Circuit Court. Twenty-Sixth Jiillclal -
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a maximum of 100)0 ,- state. that which It broadcast. The I Wal. --Pipe-_____________.__-___...__________ 174.OJac'lnald : the suit fur divorce. It (hei'e. Circuit of Florida In and for
uld provide best wi ,D.vIN. con'r.te tra.tor parts ....___.___-.......-_______- IM.MI:;. fore ordured that H.ll defendant be llradford County In Chancery, _
pounds daily within a few Some years ago a man at Daytona source current informa Unit Herinlng- Illllll., oils --- ---_------------- IT.0.Starke and al'p.a. to the of Complaint Louise Hrown.! 1'
thereafter. Beach began to manufacture the Chamber declares Is the Telephone lubriatnl, service ---------------------5.7 tn thiN caunn, on or before the 4th Complainant,
oaths ton 'v. J. Clrlitin. Bridge lumber __________ ____.......___ ] day t of March. A. t.. DUO, otherwise I i VH.i i
For the time being this project Jellies and marmalades, utilizinga Florida newspaper. There it: H. It. Thede. one rake _..____________________________.-___________ J-J the allegation of said bill will betaken A. W. Hrown.Hefeiulant.. .
dormant, but one section of the mere handful of the thousandsof rarely an issue of a Florida pub A..A. Durden ______________________________.__..----___ AH l.Olt..M.d by you. It I.turiher II'' '
llcatlon J. C'olley, repair luplUel ________.________,__,..-.________ 9.11' ol'd.r.,1 thin notlco be I Order of Hvrvlra br PuhllcBtlnn f
ate which was being considered tons of fruit produced in the dally, weekly or monthly, Paul. Mant. to equipment equipment ______________.___._..-_____ __ .3.5! publlnhpil! onct a week for four ,-onHeciitlvu I To A. W. Brown, 1827 Fatherland
possible location is setting state. His first plant was the which does not contain a great W. Hayes r"llalrl, com. on tax __________.............__--- 351.85stderson's :: weeks In the Bradford Nllnhvllle. T.ln. : ,'
a fund of } Uarage repair colecton. ________.__-.._____-u___ 5.16 (County TI'I"tralh.! publ.hed Mt..t.I herebv ordore,1 l that. ..you appear '
out to develop dairies In orderat kitchen of his home, and his pro- interesting information,, 1 Supreme Hervlce Station, lupplel____ ___._____._._.__-* --___- 36.41 Mturke. 111 II to the Bill of Complaint Sled ,

It may be in position to guar- duct was known only locally. To-' and in this respec they are verlt li. C. Jones, __. __lupplel_ ________________________------------- 2M.41I ? ThlH the ..itli day of January, A,. serein against you In thn above eniltled .
able gold I J. W. lupplel, and labor _____......____.....___n. ._ i 111.21 n. 1029. I ( cuuHi', on the 4th dav of ,
tee the necessary quantity of day the East Gout Preserving Co., I Hank Andrew.of Ktarko pay"upllel._...__ __n___ ._______________ ___..-.-111.t O. W. Al.DKIlMAN: A. D.. I 9215. and Bradford J'
Ik. It began Its development a operates a huge plant on the out- The fact that Know Florida : Urailford County U.nk.. pay rolls : ___i___.__.___un_ 6M.21 Clerk\ of Ch-rult i Court, M.rl'h.,'oiinty Telegraph I* hereby denlgnated : -
Week be observed during the ; H. Smith, tractor r"I"llrl --------------------------------------9.8.1: (SIOAM: fly ILNl'IN.II'I IMAN I : a* the newspaper In which I "t:
w months ago ,by establishing a skirts of Jacksonville employing wi }. K.: KnlKht. attorney tee ------------------$0.4( his shall ho once a ,.

all creamery with local capital. I scores of workers and its products last In February, means that H. H. Kerce. bridge lumber _*_________________________.----- Information about the state maybe W. K, To.od. nuppUnH and rent ______.___.___..-_-._..--______ 4.1: Solicitor fur Cumplalnunt 2.I.51.1-1 Wlttirnn my hand and Heal of ottU-a j \
I AIK1UHT 8th m* : 6 til day tif Januar, A. D. 192V. '!
------------- disseminated among thousands I A. A. expense meeting July ____....................._____ 3,00 ---- thl. u. W. ALU HMAN.SKAT. ,r ,
of visitors from the north, especially I W. M.Uurlen.Tor"Ie. expense 1..tl.July .,..----------..----..---------- 8.lit \oricn or Mricics tIll ([ ) .CUrk.IV. \
I __ ._ ___ __. 76.00< WALPEN. i :.
C. A, salary --------- ---------------- II. ,
How to PlayBRIDGE through the civic clubs .. t' A. Futch'ul.h., Incidental ______.___-._____....-_..-.-.-____ 1.3 Xntloe IH given I underanil Attorney foi ComplainantSOI'ICM .
and the churches. In 1928 ministers Telephone Company"XI.I"e., phone service _,___..'..-.......____.__ ( i 1"1'1)Hint (. hit finaldecret I ( ,
jla'k. __.__. ,_ _. _.____ 62.AlK. ( by vl.tl. .11111 ---- 1-1-8t-2-1
.
1I/////f ) In many cities.,..Moiicly)'.., grader'omIIN.lul PHI In on.'_'tax_ ,__collections__________.__.._.?.,--.-.__-_______ II.HIUulKley *2&th,fOI..doH'A. D. 1H2'.i"'"", 111(1 by( .HoimriiblHA. 01 J.n-' : : --I.O;; :AMI ( _; I ,

., ___._________.. KM- ,01 uary '
morning service the first day of and UavlH, .ll'I..t.1lp. _---------------- fe. AUkliiH .Imlge of the Circuit 1 1 OH .
oils __ ___ _-_., _____ 11.011 .' ,
Iteflnlnw Company --- '
--? I Iris d fipril County, ,
the week to a discussion of the Ch,1 Hardware t dynamite _________?__......___---. -- 1171 Court. In I nl.1 for certain whvru- I 1 ',1
_-c.42 4 advantages with which Providencehas City Ijlft-ht and Wale'olllny.Plant, light service ___________ ___?_____-- I.SC: "'Inrhil. In that Cfiniplnlnniit CIIH" nmln. Notice. I I" hereby given that all .j' t

Series : 11. B. Kerce, bridge __________ ____________-____"1 _.- 44 J'(' In It. N. Downng BradfordCounty (redltor. 1."lut..M. Dlntrlbutee andtl1 i. ,
1928-29 by? blessed Florida and thus .1. I I'. Itenjiimln. nlio "unl.r. H _____..____________.__.- ......___ 11.20 i i 4. I l.h.wldow.r;I Ion, Hank claim against -
brought to the attention of thousands The TexuM Company.., anphalt binder -_.___________...-...______.__ 1.00! !! : lk.,. .: Ion mid; Benedict I he Untata, fh..v J. t'owurt: deceaceil \'
Wynne I ....____ < of $Iti'ke. ; nf > County Florida, are \\1
Ferguson ( ___________...... .. :44.00 lal.
of visitors facts with which julrem. Se.vle. Htiitul. "lpllel _____. ] I 1'olliik I '1.ll'n"palv. I cUror..1 lereby tn prenent their ''It:
( ___. ______ ____._.-.-... -- 41.lu r"'llh.1 ,,. .1 ,
Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE"Copyright they were unfamiliar. I Hrudfoid''urud.County.UplU.N ald pay rolls r.nt ________________...._________ ( tlon.' trading, a*undornlgneil. ,- lalnm Honorable (he A.lurdlner t\" !
I Ulnk. -- _____. ___. .11711.51 I. tub ii it t t, the nn tle1.1 : County Jutlg* of Hrailforilbounty }
Btnrke _____ ___________________ _
-- ... Every civic club In Florida Hank of pay rol. n ____ ,' I Matter mipolntoil( In Hald thlil Florida, fur his approval ." !t \,,
:' Mmlth'H ( _______.______________._______ 13.71AnilerHon'B CHHI| to I tho
1928 by Hoylc Jr. should plan to devote Its luncheon "rag.Uarave, Hupplleii. and. labor ___.________......_______ .b.l. decree, wil Hell for In front IIMI.1 within one year from date hereof I"" 1""
Know Florida J. W. Andrew!, Jr. and Ilhor _____._._...____. .-.._. .n '?.?' bent 111", hlMh..t bhl.I', In Stnrke. 11- thin notice will to. held Indebted In bar t' p.,
program during J. I". repairs. .upple.._.._.__n V.____ ___________________ ___ 1.10" 3 lie County hOINe, Florida' on Mon (thereto.dereaned And all estate persons are I' f
ARTICLE No. IS Week to a discussion of Florida, Coley. __________ .. I 1.Itnrd tl ald requlretl (
._ -
D. ; --------------------- I Fourth day of A. I forthwith to the under '
.ullpre. Mal..h. I. to same
L Jonel. ________. _._ ._ 117.x.8I3PTKMBEK pay
'(or the benefit of Its own members I HUI'm.n. I".etor 1'111 ?----------- 10.11, during tue legal hUII'1 sal|. ilKiieil admlnlHtrator &."' .

The English players who have been inal! no trump with surh a holding is and the visitors who might be in A. 4lh. meeting August ___._..............___.___' 30W ) for the purpose of satIsfyIng naliln Tub* hIlt day of January, 1639 '',,.'. ,
ying out the informatory double seem very unsound. An alert opponent[ witha A. Uurilen expense _____ .'1.01 mi I u .. Iliw' ful.wlll I I I N. 1.). WAINWUIOHTI
minute' Torode meeting August ________.__......_-.< _- .. .
attendance. A few five li. exp"nne
like it very much but, with their set-up spade suit and the lead, would C. A. Futch, salary' for Augu ________________________..______ -_ 7&.10) real entate.. Iyll/ Ind d""I'lb''I\; \ I-1 1.-0 1-!-.!:_A.lmlnl.trator 'V
tomary independence, they! have pass and you would thus lose a game talks by members on subjects pertaining C. A. Flitch, Incidental xpennon _____...____--___-..__...____.____ .!>!' Bradfoid The SniitheiiHl.lnly. '1"lorlll. .NOTICIOF A PHI.!<. \TION FOIl 1, (
American that could be the suit bid. to the economic life Stark. Telephone Company, phone service _____.__........._______ o.11 I U \
all of the nouthwent
(fused at the iiiiarterof
to adopt won proper geog- etc _____. __ ____ diet quarter; 'I TA ll>;l<:i> ( "I

leu. The following quotation from an Don't be afraid to bid one dub on raphy or history of Florida, would H.Baird Hardware balance Company on fur ,,dynal.le__capH._._____.__.--?__..-_._-_------ 3.03 Soiilheant quarter of and Mt the quarterof SouthuaHt :';,j\.\

tide on the informatory double by a such a hand for if your partner is alert present current information rarely C.'al. Oarage .upplel and. labor ______.............___.____ <>..tiBradford t Hnctlon quarter Twenty-four (*4), :In- I I.lldlnl Notice I Is hereby given, that Bald- (>'
,
______ ..... .. 87.01 a cor- 11:
11-known English writer should be County printing --, -.----- be wln-I..wl"-I'.r. 1'.ml'lny. .j
will bid and thus this excess
he make all
a give yon >btai nable. I). C. Jones 'r.letr.ph.______...__.___.__.-.-.*.....__u.-. 2.HO!] and a"'eNI'hi r- I Ilralon. holder of Tax Certl'ot. (
ry interesting: another chance. Never' leave your part Hundreds of school teachers Oulf Keflnlng. Company, lubricating oils _____..._.*..__.._____ 20.Hi- lunallM th.r.to "'. I 10, day of August ,, I
"So far as can be observed, the ner in with an original club or dtamo'! ", K. II. Smith bal. on July bill tractor relalr. _.__......__.______ 1.00J < d"Ne'lh.,1 aM tulhw.; (1u".n'hg of title It'll Hiitd. cnitlfliiate in,my ounce 'I l' rp

idemic of doubling infornutonly i i-. bid if you have any possible bid. The have already fled with the Jack- II. AU/u" bill ______________________.__._____.._______ Twenty-four nt Ihe SoutlieiiHt((14) and corner running H..tlon\V..t mil madl' application. for tax de.il { r'' !
Nmlh. .
..._____2 34.HU ,. In accordanua with 'I "
double i ia lonvllle headquarters of the > tractor parts, etc. ----------- hundred ) in h. ". '
and this being pl.1yed"much ( --- Him i ( .. !
ating. to the best bid of the combined on HKcllori one
only way gt 327.IM (11) ":
.._. the
labor ____ _.__.... law. Said 'brl".1 It'rolowlnM
J. W. Andrew, r., -- North "'rtl.t. ..
more restrained! manner! than hands is by bidding; so do your Chamber requests for copies of the I. K. \V. hayes, .upple.on .n.l! _____ _______-__. .__ ,----- 4'.01' .haln. thenco Kant. one Twenty (1..rrlb. p.up.rty t .
; ew months ago. There! appears to be part to obtain the desired!' result. Chamber's pamphlet In order that Cor.$ cole.tunl____..._____...........__-.___._ 311.11, chiiliiH. thenc-H' sectIon lIne hundr.d thence County, Florida to- ,; '
1.uprenis chnliiH. to '
.rvlc. .ul.pl.. ;
______..._._. _______ ( HID ( i
eneral desire to make the use of this Here ia another question Bradford County pay u_______ HB5.IJJ nf wit:
i that interesting : they may arrange a Florida program Hank of Starkef pay H.nk. 1'011_ .__________ _________..___....____. 711.2: Mouth to point 1".I""lnl. .XI''PIInM ( SoutheiiHt (quarter of Northwcntluarter I' '
| uble as simple as possible, so Hearts- 1 K, Q. 5, 4 for their pupils each day C'. A. Kutch. rol. n_.... .-.____________________________ therefrom North nlile of Hiild (35 Hiiil NtfertheiiHt' quarter of "
ry player readily knows whether! a Y : Clubs- A, J, 9, 8 W K.: Torode.brldl" _____- ________.____u___________._________ 44.liliA. 'a'rON on, of SoiitheiiHt quarter, 3outhweHt quarter. Mactlon 9 Town. l 1 ,
uble by his partner is informatory S 10 5 3 luring the week, and It Is expected 5)). Blanchard, supplies. __________._____________..__..-..__ 6.UO east 'i qiuirler hundred hip 7, Mouth Jtangt, 21 N"lt. so ,r "'IJ'
business. The American, as usual, : A B : Diamonds the number will mount to thouainda : Z : SpddesK Watnwrllht.. of way adjustment road 28 .______---- UK-- ),((HOCTOBER (175) aCI'el lore (24). The aes*s9nistt of auld pr.p.rtY j\j1: ,
making this convention a very by, the middle of February ton Twenty-four the mild c 'I '
2nd. 11)28II. ) anti un.le. .rlll'.t. .. w..
nplicateu one, but so far as tills Score Y Z-I 10( ; A R -0, rubber when the pamphlet Is ready for A. We.k. expense meeting S.ptemb. .._._...._._...._.__._.. boil! the |Kant the half Northfn.t of Nnrl h fl'lrl.' | ; II the Ilm. of MI'huel l Sproule 'I:.I "
'in try is concerned, the informatory Z dealt and bid three hearts. ApaKed llstrlbutlon. W I tI. T.r"de, expense meeting September _--................______ 8.00 The iunrt r nf SouthweHtquarter I tin I.H.lald rerlth..1 e skull be r,' 1 ]'( "
|
game. __ 3. Nnrlh.a.t law, tax ds,1 .{I. ;
.tile seem to be played on the A. A. Hurden, expsnue meeting September _____ .- _------ and rthwent quarter ofHontheiiHt ,1..I.d al..r"I/1 )
Y bid four diamonds, B doubled The Florida Education Aasocla- C. A. Kutch, Hillary' __________.________...... .....-____ 75,( the l lOuMt half wil .. tin the 4th day .
lowing linen: and all passedliat is B's properopening Is evincing keen Interest in C. A. KiJlch. Incld.ntal:.ptembe.expenHeM ____________.....__.......__...... 4..10B.adro.d beast quarter'11" nf $setitiTwentyfive I A. D. IV... 1 .
Soul '
'1. A double of 'one' of a suit or of lead? ton County printing _________.___....______.____ 40.0HAnderBon'B -- ') .r ((25)iiuaitvr containing 400( I .'ebrIILrr.2nd day of Januiry. A "
e No-Trump'' is an Informatory event and the February Issue "el"jraph. and Itiuor __._ ._._..__.....__....__ < 21.11 IHHH. U.I Ii 1.. r
This, q.lust ion has been submitted tc. Uarale. .uppl. ___ __ _... __.____-__ > acre morw or O. W. AI.OKIUIAN, '
uble whether the doubler or the of the Journal of the Association, W. K. and rent _________ _. u- 411.01 Hlxly chain '
many leading players and very few J. F. Colby. repair. _.--___ ___________.__...____......___,_--__ a.or Also HouthennL livglnnliig corner of nald Welt. ((;HK.\r.1 Clerk of Circuit Cour'ftr2l 'j'1, I..
iblcr's partner has previously bi._._..... -__..________ 21.01< of tlon the Twenly-nve (26) anil running H. !|_.:<- "rllr"re Uounty Florltlii. "

not. the of clubs but to the J. E. Brewton secretary of the I McDonald and tractor Part..L...............---------- Haiti Hectlon )' .
others
'2. A double of 'two' of a suit is say ace ; Starka lurlm.n. )', phone Hervlce _.._._......._.____.-__. I 1.1411Smith's ( Went. on thence North 111.'ort Tw'y1fH '4b'I'JlI'h OF A..I.IO. Foil "
doubler the.hler's writer! the king of spades seems the irganizatlon will be devoted almost I tractor __....._____.___....,..----------- 7.20 (40) .h.lnM. Past Forty (40)) FOIt TAX, '.i1i ,
ormatory unless the or ideal lead! and the one that offers the entirely to the subject, urgIng 1>. O. Jone.Oaraie., ____.epalr.__ .__._n....n_____.._.-_....._....____ 8.11 chain; Ih.no.Mouth Twenty (20)) I '4.
partner! has previously bid. best chance for a big penalty.Z's .(julgley and .upple., etc. _________n______.....__.._____.___ I.K.II- 1.11. to th.n." of beginning. In naldHectl'Mi Notice I Is hereby given, that Ilatil- :
that the week be observed ( point
In
3. A double of 'three' of suit or of I oils ________. 'h.ln. .
a .
ull Keflnlng lubricating
(> Company ---------------- Twenty-live ((26). containing wln.l.wl..1."r. Company, a cor f
o No-Trumps' is always Business. bid of three hearts, if sound and ivery school room in the state. A. H. Surrency, bridge timber -__._.________.__-----...---------- 44.7- 1 ICIghty (NO)) acre more or )lees. nf Tax Cert llit'pito/ "I'
There is in the there is no reason to believe otherwise. Hank of "tark. pay roll .. ._._____________-._____........_________ 769.911 l | heglnnlnK, at a point sixty t holl.r .tlnAm1 1 I
\"rat.n.
common sense \110 I \ ; ;
934 111(
should indicate Lick of spade strength. Bradford )' Hank pay roll ----------------------- ------- Went of No.lh.aNt.rn.r of Haiti certlflcuta ili I,'' 4_ ,
i>ver because one practically never in I'KHSKS: : WRITTEN IIV IIXTI Jones Lumber ompany, __________. ._...__.._._.-_.______ 1.21) chain, Twenty-live anilrun application for tax deed t I? '
nts to double 'one No-Trump ore' Therefore the spades probably are n.\u ( IIAMITO.V HCHOOI Supreme Servlc Station,.uppl"l ______________......__.____ 286.1 ait Huulh nectlon 153! (1 Went aNtis thereon. In accordance wit B.
of suit for Business the h.lndsoC A arid Y. If A has the ace ( ) iS:. W Haye. c.om. on "upple.____._______.__.......__....______ ) t..t.North Ih.n ) feet I nw.. Balil certificate embraces tht'
a purposes, of spades, B will be able to make one N. U. Wulnwrlght, o.leetoll _-_.__...._.........__.1804.2tK. 2.14 .ta: .te feet to the 5 of 'ollowlng' .leserit.wiI property nltuatid 7t5" ',t
I these doubles can therefore always small and if A has as ittle birdie In the tree W. Hurrency. C"I houses etc. ___._________.. ______._____ 200.00
Informatory J while for the oppositeson : of good his as the queen trumps, the; lead of the kingof You seem to scream and scream M. I). Moody, movlnr_____._ _.____' ________........_____.- ____ uutt.uu live beginning.(.li), c.nt.1nln.Night (.rwo"t-I vlt .
a double of 'two No-Trumps' NUVKMiiBlt 8th, 192H Tha Northwest quarter of NorthWest -
of 'three' be spades will do no harm. In other at me I W. K. Trod., expense meeting October __............_...._.._...__ a.lo] mnr.of.1 the 1..1 being In Township I quarter, Township 7, '
of a suit should always words there is a trick to gain and very and the sweetest' K. A. We.k. expense meeting October ___--___.............___-___ *! All (7) .hov. Itange Twenty iouth, Uang f.etl'/. 40 acre I
business purposes." You sing sing C. A. Futch. Hillary October ______________________.-_._..._.______ 76,OH Seven KaHt, /outh. In the aggregate aHMVHHment of al little to lose. ____ _.__ ._ _. ____.._._ ___ (20) :
Vhether or not you agree with the note C. A. "Futch Incidental expenses -. 10.01 683 acre more or IHH.D. : the said certificate Issued wa
ulish/ view-point of the informatory On the other hand, the lead of the And I believe you'll burst Quigley and Iavl, pipe etc. ____.__ __________...._..__.__.___ M. KNIOHT, nnf. name of tin known. '
king of hearts may give Y a valuable your Hayes Lumber Co., bridge lumber ._ ___._______....__.__...--.. 33.8(1 Hpe.-liil Master In )'. said certltleata shall be re-
.ible you cannot help but admit that discard for it is likely! that he ha throat. baird Hardware Company HliovelM ____..._._._......_____..__.__ 11,10 H. CHI.WH. Chancery. learned. to Ilw. tax deeil ',
s a sensible one and probably pre- very he would By Jessie Mae Bra'nnon.h O. II. Col"ol bridge Imuber u____ _________.__........_..._..__.. ( < A. for Complainant.. will ac.ordlll on 4th day of 'i'
its much of the confusion that is no hearts at all. Otherwise C. A. lumber .____ .__n_______________...-......___..___ 29,40 S"lh'lto. 1.lue' D. 11929. i5f I
valent in America. I hardly have taken out his partner'soriginal Gulf J'utch.Company lub.lcatnl oils __?_________._._..__._._ 6.21I _______ ____________ ____._ 2.1.5-a.ll 11''I I d day of January, A lI'I
lxl. ). ______......_______.___ :rYtbt.Z 'I5"- '
three heart bid. ) little squirrel In a tree > Metal and Cer culvert io.II 'U'Ut"" i ..'LM OF U.I I lit
lere( is an interesting hand that hast up t>. C. Jone. supplies .___._____)__.___.____.._..__......._______ ( "011..1'101 I. \U : W.
been submitted: The lead of the ace of clubs also low glad and happy you seem County T.I"'Haph.' statIonery ____________._,__________ 1.71 (tSKAF: ,) Clark AInFRMAN.Court
Hearts-A Q. 4 seems! to be a bad lead because it may to be, Starku Telephone Company, phone service ___..._..__..___..... 261Andernon' I l-4-6t-2-l. IJ'iitlturdCouiity, Vlorld. 4T..
club tricks in Y's hand. All Oarage supplies and labor _________..._.__.._..._-.-__ 1.10 Thirty (day after date h.r.ot. on .
Clubs-Q.J. 10/9 7, 2 set up two of spades \Vith your continual barking away W. K. Torode and rent n_________._____.....__......____ 411 I to-wlt; the llth day of .hruory. NOTICK MA STICK'S '.'L.1
"ulple.
Diamonds- K, Q, 9, 5 I in all, the lead of the king Every hour of the live long day I* 1C. Futch. drag _____________ _______....__..___ IU2t I the unlersina.1 (luunllan for '--
Spades-none ,Isef'ms to be the only sound lead in this McDonald repalrlnl tr.ctu. part ._____.._._..__.._._.-..._.._ 72.21& Mildred i Bennett. John)is Bennett
hand. Dy Alfred Ilamrnn.I J. 1". (: UurMnan._ ___ _____ Jnn- ________ 11.1 llaxxl Hnnnett Paul Betinctt auil 1 Notice In hereby given that under
there difficult ?
would repllrl ------------
was no score, what you hand one that illus- $ h'ole araKe. tractor .pair. _______..___.______.....__._____.__ 4.81V. Pauln. H.nl"t Minor h.lr. ot It. mil by virtue of that certain FinalUattrea 4fti 1
as dealer with the foregoing" hand? Here is a pretty J. \ Andrew. Jr.. supplies anl labor __________.___________ 10.18tlCh'l l I'he only sound bid with this hand! trates a point of play that comes ur chicken that runs on two little Hervlce Station aupplle __n____..._____....._..._______ $ the Jli>norabl9 ::: A. Jnrdlner, tier Vlu I. by Honorabl Lbt.&i1 I
me club. Then if bids frequently enough to be well worth) feet tarke, pay _n._______...___________.._?__________116K..(( County Judge In for BradfordCounty \. X.21'.k : ire ot CircuitJourt' 'i"j7d.Ir
your partner of the closest study: .' >v & rol., pay roll __________________*.______ .__. _U:0.11 Florida for an order to call and for Bradford County 41
spade bid one no trump. An orig- Will surely grow tired throughthe 4th. 192 at private Hal* the undivided Onerlghth Florida. In that certain cause whereIn -

heat DECFMBEH. meeting November __ 101 interest each, of Bald Minor'* H. It. Theda ,complainant amiilii LV .
long summer
expense -nTi- ------- --
Problem No. 18 A. )"Futch salary November _________...._..._ .__.._.._.___ 75.00 In th. tile toluwln.deHcrlbed I.nd.: \ Andraw widow defendant. f4 :
He walks and he talks with the lIeartsA birdies so sweet, and Davl, 24 Inch pipe _____-__________.. ,?__.?____ ____ '2.40 apr of the Northeant quarter of thNortheaxt will Hell to ; lam, highest andue i4
Clubs- K, 7,51)iamondiiJ 1.. Morgan labor on road __________._.-...._._._..._.....________ 14.Oil' quarter of the Houthwe.tquarter ( t bidder h. Cash, at the front j'
8 7,5,2 And never stops to rest his two Mr*. Fannie flays, lumber ___________________ -.---. 189.lt of Hocllvn (4 TownshIp loor of the c 6 ire hoUse In Stark, '
little feet. F:. W. Hayes, eom. brlog.collection __________. ..t__.__._.._-______ (6), South lanl. ( Kaat. anti llradfordinintj "'lorlll., on Monday 11
Spades- Q, 6, 3 McDonald and _. 60.US I.awtey* and Mlil- tha( Fourth day February, A. U 4 .
IJurgman. part -- -------- rlnnlll
---- -
irts- K, 7, S.4.2 Hearts 3 By Bessie Cloversettle.ook if. U. Moody, grader tacto._ _____________________ __._.._u_ .__ 14.71 Pul.lki lli,!ad emit (2211) feet .\rl: the l legal hour of .II'
bs-Q.J. 10 Y : Clubs-9, 6,4,3,2 J. W. Andrew. Jr., Supplies and labor ___ .____-____?._ _! .._.__... 3.1.09 t I h.nc. North U60 t..t. thence Went roe : of satisfying j
: B Diamonds -6, 4 gulls flying by J. Colley, repair ____. ...________ .__________._._! ________ 6.411 (U2*) f..t. th.n.. South ((880) feet leers*, tn following described reu4 i. lj' ]
:ronQ,9,3 s A r at the pretty a:. t'. Smith tractor _.._ _____... -- 20(1 to point of b.llnnlnl. ald lot of iHtat. lying a.1 being In Bradtor4 _
r..lr. -------------- ------- I
: Z : SpadesKJ,8,7,4lIeartlQ. As If flying right out of the sky; Andernon'. Uarage. nupulle. and labor __._ .__ _____.__.________ 11.30- land lying b.lll In Bradford coulty. "Florida to wit: g '
It Is to me W. Torode, aupplle and rent -.-__......__..---,-- __-.-_____. 4".20i tnllty. ''I.rl"a. containing In Th* Southeast quarter of thanuthea '- a
J 10,9.8 Oh. what a pleasure >. ). Jones, ...____.___..________________...------ ___ 7.22 thr. and one-halt acre (3 1-2)) ." t 'Iuare. .t the SouthweHtuarter
To stand and watch them fly to Mlarke Telephone.upple. phone nervlce n______...__.___._____ t,Oil more or I... l of Twtnlr-nv (25)
ClubsA, 8 Ilalril Hardware ( nail .....___ _._______ _.___-__. J2.7S This llth day nf January, 10.9.MUM. ownnhlp five (S), South Hang. '1
Diamonds-A. K, 10( sea Bradford County 'ompny printing ____________- -------- fr.0'1 HETTIK l)NNtTT.15tI1 : Twenty-two (32), East. containingTen I II '
Spade*-A, 10, 2 By Earl Dicker son. Dixie Culvert and Metal Company ._____?_..__..____ 18.61- I-I limnllan.VOTICK acre more or leu*. -
HltrtT- Service __ cul.rt._ _______.-._. ________ ). F. KNleIIT.
all d. A opened Hank of Htarke,Htalon. .uppl.. .________________. _______..____________ $46,143 Of ""PI.I''TIO' FUJI ipeclal &I..te. 4
and th rol.
j core, rubber game.'Z' dealt, bid one heart pa" of | Oh. humming bird with coat of Bradford County pay roll __...________ __ ._n_.__ U9.4 'r.t. U"IU A. 8. CnmW8 ta
hand? An for 10'1'1'1 -. -.-
analysil .
Complainant.
*a of spade, how should Z plan the play of the lolclhr : ;

i retting situation will given in the next article You green think that you have not Total dleburs.nt.nta --________ __.___--_____________ u..an.n Notice I Is hereby given that I>onl* TO u"Hron" A Nil CIIKU- ; "\
b M. Hill, holder of Tax e.rtn..I. %
been seen, June 30th n2. amount on n"C'll'.A'rU'_______________1.11.1 133, 61 h day of July, 12. N.I'I I ,
Problem No. 19 31, receipt _________<_______________.16.11.11 lied said certlflcata ,my ofc., anti
But I have seen yon many a times D..em"e.31-t, dibure.ni.nta ______.____________1.. J4.882.77 mad application for tax d..d IN- Notice In hereby given that all -i ,

Heart.- K, 8Club. Flitting around the rose that. Amount to bal____.______________.___________.___ 6.13.71 .u. thereon In accordance with law, Creditor legatee, DIMrlhutee, and I
.- Q. 4Diamonds2 Maid c-ertlrteul* embrace the following ill persons having claims agalnat
I climbs. 2'.19'.1 U.U'.5 described ". tn the estate of Henry Lsrg a Hteven- 'i1L,
By Herbert Packham.Ittle Bradford county, .i rdlt-I'i\: ion. daceuad. are hereby required
Spades- 2'rts3 Heartt-0. 7, 5, 4 December 31, 19.J to amount on hand _______ .'___ 1,113.77 Nortbat quarter' o present the ama duly authen. i
2 9 3 IIOMt P11551 inarter. Se.Uo. 13 Township 6 South lated to the County Judge of Bradford '

bi-j : Y : Clubs- squirrel you look so queerIn June 30, 18.J overdrawn ____.._..____.--_-______.......::._ _. 3481December I lung 22 .lt. 4t acre County Florida., at Pile olrttmn )
Diamond- none overdrawn .___._________. It.UJune The aHement of paid propertytindP the court house. In the Town of 4' .I
'floods i A B I coat of brown cas mere, 31, 19:1.: ------------------- '
your Issued tarke, within one year from dmt I
Spade.-none MTKHKHT ,tsis MI\HI i Fl'l) the said certificate wa .
des : Z t 'Way up In the tree so gayYou'll 30th to amount on hand _---------_---20,111 04 In( the name of tYitknoWflTales lervof, or this notlca will ba bald .1c 4
I belong to me some day. December : tl.192. r.I.lpt. _______________ _____31.10.3 ( altl rertlflcate shall be r.- 'n bar thereto and all persona In- 1 11
December 31. 1931 Coupon paid n___'__ 4.50.00 le"m.d according to law. tax deed lebted to saId eatata are required to '.
i HeatlnoneClub 5,2 By Carolyn Delk. Amount to balance .____ _.n____ __ __._. .___ nrlll t.-ue thereon on the mth day p.y the same forthwlt. to the unlernlgnad -
I if February, A. I). 139. ..."ulor.T ,
.- 7,3SpadesJ,9 U.UI,5 [ '' Her eye were so light 3..1 A. V. W1I.UIAM lIULMKa sTevsNstx.1
I'I lt.031.67 I 12.n.. V At.DKRlfAV. 'I Executor of thai Estate of ,
cU Their color bright rxc mh r SI.' 10 am uat on hand
be YZ win five of the ti* U> 8 C A. FUTCH B. 8. MATTHKWH. Clerk of Clri-nlt Court Brad Henry Large HKven.on. deeaaaadu.tIDAV. .
are and Z 1. !in the lead. How can like the ,
n trmp They shone ray Binretarjr Chairmen & .1.;t--n ford County-.FIorlda. a-2-lt-I'U
.nit any Solution la the next article. I I
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RIGHT BRADFORD cmnrrr' *xKonApn. STARKK. FLORIDA t, 19
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,; : Bradford County TelegraphEstablished unique and enviable position. l I to Florida Mr. Wyman was in the held for local airport
the of what Florida hasn't.It and Mon
Let's take to spreading story 'I From Oilier Pens forestry service of Maine Tampa Plans, cni, ,I
1877 will do Florida more good and make her more friends in tana. The chipping method em- construction of annex t I

- needed then than will whole lot of ployed in France Is to cut two nar- building. 5
'I circles where"friends are a 'J( row strips of bark from the trees ,
Fridays and Entered as Second Class I i the about what Florida has. Is
Published Weekly on telling A man Is always an optimist Instead of a single wide one as

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I We have no desire to add to or subtract from that. It when trying to borrow money at generally In practice In this state.
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the bank, but becomes a pessimist "We find." the Starke Telegraph AVOCOLUMN R
d E. S. Matthews. :____________________Owner and Publishe stands as.our deliberate opinion. It can be said in the present when the chap down the street I quotes Mr Wyman as saying CENT

J. C. Robinson_________________________ Managing Editor connection, however, that there is great danger that if we set asks him to endorse a note so he "that with the French system we
t about changing our tax system we may come out of the pro- can make a loan.-Ocala Star.It's get seventeen per cent more gum
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--- --- ---- SUBSCRIPTION RATE cedure much worse off than we went in. So far as taxes are from the same width cat Under FOR RENT-7-room ti,
all very well to Bay the re- the American plan 10.000 trees loo
concerned it is hard to imagine anything better that Florida condition, on Madlsoi ?
el
$1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance publicans are sending their air ten inches In diameter would yield Ii
Yearly ; A. Green.
might say she hasn't along that line than are the things which ships over Florida on a friendly forty barrels of spirits annually. i-'l!

Advertising Rates on Application. she she hasn't. visit but It looks suspicious when With the new French method we SEWING SOLICITED- ..
now
can ti
say
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__ __ -- -- barrels from the
u back and forth so
they keep going get forty-seven plain; satisfaction K
Cquld all advalorem] taxes on real and personal] propertyfor nutel
Know Florida Week-February 25 to :March 2. much over the Ocala oil fields.- same sources without any additional Mrs. P. B. Hunt, Hamu m pj.
state purposes be eliminated it would be splendid, of Palm Beach Times.As labor" A new type of cut >jW\ ,

o course; provided, elimination meant reducing taxation by that. o ting tool Is being developed to replace -

Stay under cover if you are still. short a license tag. much. Everybody knows, though, that the state has to have' soon as the exchange copy oC the French Instrument, FOR RENT ,- Furnish. noulftve
,. o the Starke Telegraph comes In, we which Is somewhat cumbersome. rooms and bathppl, J ,
revenue with which to function. So if the ad valorem is grab for It. The Telegraph, beside Another advantage of the French W. Morgan. I 1LiiNOTICEFurniture :
as I
is almost speedy
f In getting new officials, Tampa as abolished tax money to take its place will have to be secured being an excellent newspaper has cut is that the wounds heal over -

Mexico. from some othersource, or sources. What is involved, then, is one of the most witty and snappy twice aa fast as with the American man, and r
0- editorial pages In the state.-Palm cut. The narrow wounds are com- paired, upholstering 'ne, Oj
abbreviated this week,, not tax reduction but a shifting of taxes from one set of shoulders Beach Independent.A pletely erased within eight years furniture worked ove <"abID''

If the Telegraph is somewhat. to another set. That is a dubious process, wherever un -o-- after they are made Mr. Wyman and boat work specialties A

blame it on the flu. dertaken.It state tax on cigarettes tobacco says.-Times-Union. work guaranteed at r 'lIftsDlI
( and chewing gum will If imposed 0-- Shop Cherry street opp?site l II
O. I is within knowledge that of the best informedmen
exiled six months by the tribe' our one by the next legislature, OTICE plant. W. E. White i III<<)p I:
Indian
girl
Seminole was .
on state affairs in Florida, and one who holds a high official prove one of the most unpopular 28-5t

for wearing a girl's one-piece bathing suit. position, holds the view that "if the legislature will cooperate f I ways to raise money that the state A meeting of the Bradford County FOR SALE-5 horsepo M, mom

n with Governor Carlton in reducing state expenses and I has ever devised. A little clean- Chapter of the Red Cross, will 220 v, 3 phase, 60 cy'".' i:,
i' Aunless: little discretion used with rouge helps matters a lot, 'Ing up of the state departments the Methodist church, at Brad to
it be be held in rpm. Inquire 'rt ]laws not
the tax few
in simplyfying] present ,. may necessaryto of unnecessary heads with a I
you particularly admire the barn-red effect. I'reductions In the rates will Starke, Friday afternoon at 3:30 ty Telegraph.
greatly increase ad valorem taxes or to seek new sources of pay I ---
who possibly -
o'clock. All members
o revenue for state purposes; but radical reductions and strict- strike a more popular chord requested to attend MALE HELP WANTED p|,
are
Sorry to have missed the raggers meeting in Avon Park, Tarpon Springs Leader.W. can wanted to run MoNes hunto
it to is the also who are Inter-
est economy will be necessary. That seems us, this meeting,
but had to give the grapefruit-soda combination a tryout. -o- In the local charity work of In Bradford county. $ to l II I
ested
situation-economize lop off the A. Shands newly appointed '
keynote of the unnecessary, dally-year around work< ,
-0-- member of the state road depart- the Red Cross.
put the operation of the state's business on a really business dla- Mrs. G. P. Raymond Sec. perlence unnecessary musi
1 Jacksonville Journal carried a headline about a man who I ment from this congressional offer Write at once. FIRST
basis simplify and make more effective the present tax sys- the future roadworkIn
; trlctfl
quit the cemetery. lie's lucky; most of 'em are. there for says \VH1THKR: RKl'ORT THOMAS, Dept. C. Freeport,II ,
r; tem, so far as the basics are concerned. Florida will be of a "progres- Weather record for the week I'

keeps. In his overturn of the: state motor vehicle department sive" nature but will be limited" ending January 30, 1921.
., to the state's "visible Income. If
--o- -- Mln Preclp BEANS WANTED-Will furo
made most commendable start the Date Mas.
j Carlton has on
Governor a he has his about It. That la I
in Florida="Snow way 80 55 Tennessee Green Pod Beau &
Something else that never happens Jan. 23.
and toward putting business principles in a sensible business-like view to
: ; economy program Jan. 24 82' 55 and hampers and pay you 140
.. plows remove nine miles of snow to reach village isolated for the conduct of the state's business. He will, no doubt, follow take.-Madison. Enterprise Re Jan. 25 79 60 per ton for your beans delivei!

>i a week." this up with other moves in the same direction; acting him- corder. Jan. 26 63 55 .30 at Lawtey. Only a few seed
.I o -o- Jan. 27 75 53 .02 put out this way and to reap
l self when he can, as in this instance and calling upon the legislature The Wauchula Advocate has discovered ,
55 50 .33 sible farmers only. (No Kepiil
Jan. 28
Edison wants to know what 2,000,000 deaf people are
', going that It takes 35 gallons of
of the useless and
with him in abolishing
to act some Jan. 29 58 n can need apply.) J. L, Ham
Tribune Be thankfulthey're water to make an earn of corn
? to do about the "talkies.-Tampa
overlapping offices and officials which exist because of legis- which Jan. 30 3f 1-25,
I weighing one pound according -
i. deaf Total rainfall for week .61 In. ,
: lative enactment. to the, Bradford County .
FOR SALE-1.000 pounds per i
0.t Following this with a plan for the operation of our tax Telegraph in turn will make 35 .\\K: sT.TEeENTReport : Come and see me. E. J. Let
.t', Notice Florida editors readers etc. of "corn."-Ocala Star. .
to reporters, proof : gallons
system which will work instead of merely serving to clutter And 35 gallons of "corn" will of the condition of the Starke, Fla. 2-1
There is no "i" in Chattahoochee.-Palm Beach Independent. Bradford County Bank, at Starke. in
and
confound confusion taxes
things up worse and regarding make a bootlegger feel mighty the State of Florida at the clone of
.\,' When did you get out? their collection and redemptions under tax'sales appears to us good. especially if he disposes of it >ualne.. Dec.ete.uarreLoans 31st. 1928.. I FOR tage RENT six rooms PR SALE-New sleeping pon tf

0 to provide the solvent] of our problems.The without getting caught.-Wau- and Discount. _____$3701424 1,117.86 bath. Address Elmer Lam

;, 1- 1 f Our legislators should be tipped off that the war has been Times is opposed to the use of the state's funds, or its chula Advocate. o Overdrafts United State. ?bond ____ la.,,s>u.VU Starke Fla. 2.1.1

' : :' over for 10 years and a tax on soft drinks and tobaccos is not credit, or both, for the purpose of assisting in paying the Referring to the recently enact. County bonds and- Municipal_Furnitureand 80,000.00anKinlC LOST-1 pair spectacles in lead

necessary or desirable. bonded indebtedness created by numerous counties during the ed sixty-day law which requires advance tlxltures House- 1900000 case; reward. _C. A. Futch, I
f advertising of all bills Introduced Other real estate owned __ 21,130.28
o boom. It is clearly of the opinion that to do either of those Into the legislature, Gover- Cash: on hand_and due from 94.865.BlTotal FOR SAJ.E OR RENT-Elgh

Leesburg Commercial thinks the railroads make enough things would require a constitutional amendment, which could nor Carlton says that he will veto bank 1 acre farm ready for plantir

,i hauling melons to line the cars with velvet instead of having I not possibly be ratified before 1932. By that time present difficulties all bills not in accordance with _I.lahllltlr_________*___551406.13 four miles north of Starke: 1

6, the to legal requirements. Bully for the (Capital stock paid In ____ 40,000.00SurpluH miles from hard road, J.H m
i growers use heavy paper. I will have all been worked out in some way. Even if new governor. He can do even "Undivided fund profits_un___________ l&OOOOO 2,99883Deponlts from graded road and Rib,

--1- this were not true, the proposal] is objectionable because of better than that. If they stack ______uu n___ H5.h1l.t bus; 2 acres of strawberries,
Y Of the notables in Florida this week, the most important the inequalities such an effort would work, consideringthe up in the same class with the average Vote'n'e i pavnhl and tllla. 'redlscount-_ ______ 10000.00 head of stock cattle J J R

' and best known to the children are the characters of the peat and of indebtedness.We i offerings, he can safely veto ed un____________ 27837.42 don; Starke. Z.l 1
t various amounts percentages county .
comic 90 per cent of all bills presented. _______.__
and Her Pals.
strip, "Polly Total I5B1.4061J
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2 2I see no sort of chance that the thing could be worked out -Dade/ City Banner.o State of .Florida county, of Urad- FOR SALE The berries of i r>:
o -- --- ford ss. acre of Missionary plants for
I in fairness to the different counties of the state-.some of 1. J. H. Hitch cashier of the above
The matter of beautifying our highways is a worthy which have small totals of outstanding bonds. Both of Colonel Benjamin's two columns named bank solemnly swear reasonable cash price to be l hi i
very that the above statement la true to mulched Fn'
of clippings and comments published Fertilized and
cause, but, unlike private homes and grounds, highways and f the best of knowledge and belief
out of the however there is objection : my
these things
Independent
way, a greater weekly in the Palm Beach and that It In In response to otllcialnotlco February to June. H. G Sin<
,r railways are built for service and usefulness and not for to this planIt cannot be duplicated In to Report l>y the Comptroller feldt. Starker. Fla. 2-1 1+:
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of the State of Florida.J.
> beauty. I smacks of communism. I the nation for snap and wit. Most H UITt-H, Cashier.COnilECT .
well
FOR RENT-Two houses,
C Florida editors think twice before -ATTEST:
---0- The various counties more or less deliberately created they take a "paragraphical punch"at O M. IN MAN, cated. Hoover-Futch Cora pa:
N. T. RITCHW.
For measuring party, the Times-Union recommends measI their different indebtednesses. It is nothing but fair that the colonel.-Times-Union. To T. WEEKS._ .Directors. Starke Fla. 21I'lllirilXKJi -

I't t uring the ladies' skirts from the hem to the ground. The they should "tote their own load." While these loads may in I snap and wit should be added I naavltinereuawwNUUnwwAiwisoresieamMar" anmmarsiwuauatWpawwau. . a w fl
funny part of that would be finding skirt in that locationto knowledge and good common
4 any instances be oppressively home-made. !
some heavy they are 'sense..Starke Telegraph. That'snice HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE

measure. Therefore the state has no business taking over any part of I of you boys. May your shad- I

s o them. .'' "* ,ows never grow less.-Palm Beach

In fighting an increase for more effectively enforcing the It would be as fair all around, and as much in keeping Independent.

; 1 prohibition act, the prohibitionists are probably actuated by with American principles in regard to such things for the The farmers-p of Union county STARKE, FLORIDA

+ the knowledge that the quickest way to assure repeal of a ]law. 'state to take over part of the burden which any of its indivi- will have the opportunity' this year Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies
is of competing for some very nice
to rigidly enforce it. :
dual citizens may have piled on themselves during the boom premiums offered In the five-acre FIRE. ACCIDENT LIFE. AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIABILITY

k; ---0-- times. That would be highly advantageous to the individualso corn contest which Is being soon- ADJUSTMENTS

; When the street car lurches and causes somebody sud- favored. But it would hardly'be just to other individualswho sored by the county board of commissioners MADE PROMPTLY
denly to sit down in :. through the state and .- ."'- MMMpiBimiirinniiimiMiiiiiiiiiiimBimmiiM" ,. ..,usmsnsassannemntnensis. ,_."
be thankful that
your lap, just people had nothing whatever to do with the predicament in extension service. The

|V aren't hornets.-Times-Union. Or elephants.-Wauchula] county .. .
which the favored ones of their own choosing placed them- board of commissioners at "
1'? Advocate. Or porcupines. county .'-. ,... V"'_ ....... _, ___ .. .
selves. their last meeting agreed to give

0 $75 for the premium, and this tube
Colonel Knight's statement is interesting whether
: you
like amountby
There is a whisper going the rounds that Senator Way- agree with his presentation of the matter or not. public supplemented subscription by a, and decidedto L

' bright of Jacksonville is considerably peeved because the Re- The Times is profoundly convinced that we want to go offer 175 for highest yield 150

publicans have failed to drop a plum in his direction. Before :slow in revising our tax s8tem-very slow indeed. What we for second highest and $25 for:

x' another election rolls: around, Waybright will probably an- are at present able to say regarding the taxes the state of third Butler highest Times.yield on five acres.Lake ,. f feg"

nounce his "retirement" from politics on account of "pressing Florida levies and does not levy creates a splendid impression o

1 private practice." outside the state and upon prospective citizens and investors. Naval stores operators throughout -
'
.. Florida are watching with a
\ 0 There are things it is better not to have than to have-- great deal of Interest a series of

,: i 1 "*..- .*. TAXES especially wjien it.comes to the forms of tax levies. experiments In the French style

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.. 1 of chipping the bark of pine trees
}I t (Tampa Daily Times.) .:. J. w.ucn I IJo Largo -- Automatic telephonesmay for gum from which turpentine
be installed In local exchange. and rosin are produced. Lenthall J
,,. y { The statement of Col. Peter O. Knight touching the tax- ;. J. Ward 57 of Hrooker, Daytona Beach Construction Wyman. an expert in this line. Is

I "' '; ing situation in Florida, which will be found in another on this died at Riverside hospital Jack- practically completed on new city conducting the tests at the Starke r
,,1,' ,,', Jan. 'docks at Burgoyne Isle. branch of the Southern Forest Ex-
page reminds us that we several weeks ago observed that: sonville, Thursday, 24tb. a

Hardly a day goes by without reference to this or that few I\ hours Ward after bad he been was admitted.Mr. seriously. mHI E83ES .''''. PROTECT YOUR VALUABLEWHY

advertising program to be undertaken for Florida, or for some I sick and as a tact resort was car- 1.

of her civic divisions 1 ried to Jacksonville in an ambu- '
}, or some of her products. These advertise-
lance. The body was returned Choice Strawberry Plants
ments will tell, of course, of what Florida] has. That is well, :here Friday prepared for burial I

+ Florida] has much that is worth telling about, and there cannot I and laid to relit In D dan: ceme- I TAKE A CHANCE

be too much told about it, so long as only the truth is told.I tery Saturday afternoon. Mr. Ward '
losing
wax one of the well-known residents I have plenty of good Improved :Missionary and Improved your valuables when at
Florida advertising which only tells of what Florida has of the Brooker section: and I

only goes half way, however. Florida] hasn't some things thatas the funeral van attended by a Klondike, berry plants all from young beds state I I very little cost each year, you

much deserve to be told about as do any of the things she large number of friends and rela and can place them in our Safety
tives. Inspected passed; we carry Florida permit to ship II
has. If these things she hasn't are insistently and intensively deposit vaults

'r1 told about the result of their telling is bound to be good. C.1RII OK THINKS! Into your state. We can fill any order at 1000, $2.75; where you know

For instance we can tell, and tell the truth, that- We desire -to thank the they are safe? To assure yourself
many 5000 lots or more, $2.50 per thousand. For 50 years the
Florida has no bonded debt, nor other indebtedness. friends In Lawtey who were BO of their safety invite
i kind to assist In the recent !sickness word Bauer, has stood for the best berry plants grown, we
Florida has
no inheritance tax. and death of our beloved you to inspect them

Florida has no income tax. mother Mr*. Anne Cba.t& n. Especially and today we still produce the very best. We hope to ; at your

Florida has no corporation tax. / do we want to thank Dr. convenience, during banking
Brown who did all he could for one have orders.
Florida has no corporation stock transfer tax. who was mo dear to us. your hours.
"
Florida has no severance tax. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sapp, Mr. and r I

Florida has no franchise tax. Mrs. Cha Roberts Mr. and Mr.
Jap Coze, Mr. and Mrs. Burnette. J. A. BAUERJUDSONIA
I BANK
Florida has no tax on intangibles. Bonding I OF STARKEA

Unless we are much worse mistaken than we like to be, -Barlow permits Issued -
Florida is the of the 48 her daring 1.18 totaled 1 ; ARK., BOX'lO ROLL OF
only one states of the Union which can UII.." aa against fm,411 for HONORBANKP.tGB

l say that she hasn't all of those things. This gives her at I 1927. l




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