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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 8, 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>.
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,ROGRESS IN I I ItO.\I) 28 TO UK LAKK PAVKD'TROUGH Ilt'TLKIl: I Only Quail Can .Assurances Given For Early ROAD FORCES i I Cabbage Growers to



TICKVORK IBEING Messrs. A. -D,"' Andrews- and C,. Be Killed In StateThe Work On State Road No. 28 TO BE REDUCED Recoup Losses. With I


I C. McCall, members ot the boardof Itritllry- .InuoiiiirfM Policy\ of General Eacly Spring CropWinter

SHOWN bond trustees ot Union county', open season for taking quail Kctrrnrhmcnt.Following ,
I l>r1<>Katlim Vlnita" Capital In Ik.r..uof -
tad Messrs. C. F. Rivera, K: G Florida for the kilting of turkeys, State ItcMMl No SH living; SURFACING TO en Jan. 31.-A.

,'e Moro Vats 3tccvtma.ry" In 1 Du- Duncan and Chas, A. Robenayor ducks, geese, doves brants, snipe, Put In nudltt"t reports Saturday that record-breaking cabbage crop..

val Count.Kay Jo'f'leral of Lake Butler, and Dr. J, coots and squirrels! closed Thur.- START ON 28' a. number of employees had at been the scheduled to be marketed the last ...

Chief. M. Mann one' ot Lake Butler'i day, the state department ot game Palatka Feb. 2.-Dr. A. B. Har State Road Department lathe
dlsmlsMed Chairman Robert W. of March and early In April tf
Influential citizens, made especial chairman of the bond trustees ,
most 1 bison,
I While no ticks were being found trip to Tallahassee Monday. and fresh water fish Saturday reminded 1 ; J. V. Walton, attorney for Surfacing of state road :28! be Bentley would neither confirm nor answer of a half dozen of the

d the four counties In .which a to confer with the new membersf all huntsment of the state. I the trustees; Dr. LV.. Warren, I:ween Starke and Lake Butler 18 deny the report, but gave out the largest vegetable farmers of thIs,

program of eradication! the state road department ir The open season for taking qall I representing the Rotary Club; J. I,ncluded In the 1929 budget by the following statement: area (0( the collapse of nor thru,
stematic and for trapping fur bearing animals "In line with the policy of retrenchment I
No. 28, of the KIwanis Club,
road
the Interest of W. Campbell .late road department, Including a markets.
( under way, preparations went } such as skunk muskrat, raccoon ft to which the state government
the legislative
y for the After carefully going over I and Henry S. McKeutle. New River, ac For a week past lettuce, escarole
rward during January department red and grey fox beaver, accompanied I ear bridge across Is committed, and to

Inauguration of the co-operative situation with the state bound road trustees -- mink, otter, civet cat, bear, panther I representative Geo.; Moody, ot ()ordlng to advices received by Mr achieve economy In every possible and other greens have slumped under -

fate-federal rldance program It the county and opossum remain open by Representative early 3.1 S. Matthews Saturday from way, I have given orders to head this week's prices declined ton
the
fromthe
II
that received the assurance Flagler county spent This resulted" a n point where shipping and pack:
counties, Including porn until February 16. (Chairman! Bentley. of the departments throughout the
x i
dc Tallahassee,
would week in
and went department that they part of the held first of laslveek Ing charges were not realized. Cabbage -
north make
of Duval to the Hunters and trappers are' I re- 1 ram a conference State Road Department to
have thli behalf of havIng
in
to went
river. all within their power within 10 where they In Tallahassee with memberi Ot forces at 75 cents a hamper does not
Johns oulred law to report reduction
t the St. by Lake every possible
the
ir No. 28
road completed Road ( I
t According to the statistical rebrt main line of days after the season's close on I State short route) I(>f the state road department, dele which will not handicap service jUHtlfy shipping;, when a carryIng- \ ,

on the work's progress during the near future. road 2i the amount of game and furs City-Palatka-Bunnell! of the State I cations from each county along and efficiency of the department's charge of 82 cents faces every carol r
of having I In the budget
last night The matters placed short route shipment to New York city
Jie month as issued taken, the reports to be sent to he Lake Clty-Palatka piogram."

rom the offices of Dr. T. W. Cole,, paved or hard surfaced through the state department here on stubs Road Department for thin the year.Put- II 1 being present at this time. In view of the fart that economies The same demoralization exists lathe
then Tallahassee,
ijlef of the federal forces In I the the city of Lake Butler was attached to the licenses. Penaltiesare Arriving at Senator The communication\ read as follows I- are being sought In every, lettuce market, which has experienced -

adlcatlon program, on Februarj taken up bythe mayor and members provided for failure to report. I namttei were joined by and I : possible way, It was Indicated that a glut for two week l'act.
council, and by a of Keystone Heights,
city Miller,
there were 209 available vats of the The department announced that "The department has requested dismissals would be Inevitable, and '

t Bradford, Clay. Gllchrlst, Levy unanimous vote of the department while the season was a success Iteprpttentatlve: J.oJ.. Larson loOk-I. I ne to advise you that we haviilnced while the department heads were I The big growers are cutting '
thai It was agreed to have the road I ing; out for Clay county; of down and plowing under the remain -
budget
,id Nassau counties and in of from the standpoint ot game killed railroad commissioner In our tentative extremely reluctant to make announcements '
ortion of Duval In which the work hard surfaced through the city .1 a substantial decrease In the S. Matthews, state for 'instruction\ for I this year Project! regarding I personnel of several hundred acres of

III actively get under way with. Lake Butler as soon as they could.1 I sale of licenses was shown. The : and bond and Senator trustee WW 'U6 and 716, in Union and Iliad : out of consideration for those who lettuce, preparatory to recouping

Jlarth of this year. Of this nunv i get the material ready. reduction: it was stated, will 1 be liradfard county; county. I IAn 'oril counties, which will Includt will be affected It watt quite evident their losses on a repeat cabbage '
,, This will be a big boost for Lake< Phillips, of Columbia I' brldK tobe three months later, when the
the Is
Her, sixty were In Duval county hare In the neighborhood of approximately of this delegation ', I the construction of ( t that the state's payroll crop
five new vats having been con- Butler as It will connect the the $60,000, necessitating the Informal meeting along the I Iroute icrnBS New River. We are hopefu i still further reduced by Action north will begin to call for green, !i
entering counties
rutted and sixteen old ones renovated surfaced roads now the mud suspension ot a number of game -all represented, ex'ept.I I hat we shall be able to begin work In the road department stuftr; More than a quarter million -
and do away with being have arrivedhere
town cabbage plants
day -
,
however -
thirty-one condtlon, this --
during the wardens. This 'luring year. -
erlod. Five more vats win be holes created by the old members I it was added, prevailed in other Union county was held and Mr. Although the report has no GAMBLINGATRACES from the nurseries In Georgia -

in this county for theork of' the state road department.Lake .- surrounding states and was due to Matthews, having been president been confirmed\ It was stated Tues since the first of the week. OC ")

ecessary Butler Times.BERRY at f the old "Lake Clty-Palatka would be Ilrltts setting out 100- .
Dr. Cole announced. Dr. J the fact that many sportsmen s ot I ," the origInal lay that the surfacing TO END these, are
Association
Jt. Wldthln is the federal man InActive former years did not enter the field Short Route of this coming extendE'dOUt.11; to Grandlu, on petition 000 for April harvesting, MaguIre

charge of the county opera- PRICES this year. promoters chairman of residents of the Keystom: Brothers ot Ocoee are putting out I

lions. In Bradford as ot February -- highway was selected as Heights section At Grandln the Governor Carlton, In Tampa lut 60,000 and smaller operators are '

1, there were thirty vats ready, INCREASED AS Commissioners at the delegation.At .of the State Road road would make connection with Saturday night, after issuing orders using the balance. ., I
20 the meeting to Palatka, the Truckers last year lost nearly,. '
eighteen; In Gllchrlst, ; its a county road Mirfaced at Tallahassee Friday to I
Clay after re
In
and in Nassau, DROPS Department, shortly" outlet on that end, UnIon Dado county to slop million dollars on peppers, due to "
In Levy forty-two, OUTPUT Meet Monday; 'organization' with Mr. Bentley as gIving an sheriff!: of >> coming In. .
county has completed tile sur at horse and dog tracks West Indian peppers "
thirty-nine. dele- KambllnK
i The tick is fast disappearing .1 chairman, the "Short Route"Chairman racing of the road to Providence In Miami, declared the orders will early, without paying an Import ',,,'"Ii,
their case.
rom the four counties In whlefcIctlve Plant Cit)' Ship 6f.U 20 Quarts In The board of county commissioners Rates presented a summary ot leaving! a gap of one mile lietweeiProvidence stand and must be enforced as longas : tariff, This foreign mass movement '!C '

Baker, Day. Bradford county, Florida Matthews gave and state road No.1. killed the> market for Florida 1
work is underway of been done and !I he Is in ottlce.\ I
olumbla, Suwannee and Union, ---- met In regular session on what has already nr. Hathaway : With road 28 surfaced from Laki Ignoring reports from !Miami pepper, which were two weeks
made by
ind Indications are It was said Plant City, Feb. 2.Btrawberrj ''Monday, February 4th, A. D. 1929! ot the promises of the road I Butler to Grandln, a route will be< that the sudden attack ou racing late In maturing. The lettuce market -. "
chairman
ometlme ago, that the area may acres of east Hlllsboreugh count] at; ten o'clock a. m., with all members former Moody available between Lake City UIKPaliitka mlfcht; drive hundreds of tourIsts this season has been almost ','',

officially declared tick free during poured $22,182.40 Into the pockets present as follows: J. O. department. Representative i although a longer ollethall out ot Florida, the governor saidthe aa I costly. 'However, some growers 't I..
pe the iu this territory today Reddish, stated that Flagler county's money be went right back Into the field and. f, #l
must upheld
early summer. During ot growers Crews, chairman, Drew had been loud 28. majesty of the law ,'
the road
the 1 local to apply on the later spring crops. v,
Ir of sales on andn. aHn- recouped on
result W. Illnson other
Inspector as a G. i no
Underhill was
and there
T. J. Taylor J. L. ; but
month barge, In Baker county, gave 39S t, o. b. market ag reaattng{ 69,- T. Osteen. ready ever since last done August along, cooperation Texas Company native. hgy expect, April cabbage to pull f):Jthem ;

nerds of 13,704 animals the once 320 quarts at tin average price of Minutes of last meeting read nothing had been department. "As. to racing", I have nothing to out on January losses. .:.ij
the ,
liver; Dr. Wilbur McPherson view- 32 cents a quart, This price' represented and approved. lines by McKenzie cited Building Plant t say, except that 1 enjoy the sport" 5 ',';."

id 8S5 herds of 13,738 animals Ir a better than 60 percent of Itcents I Mr. Box, a pauper, appeared before Representative and figure! showing that thealong' I the governor; said. As to race truck Wyman WillAddress
the season' low tor Increase I facts for me
1,161uds an
'olumbla, R. II. Tabb saw gain over the board asking thajroutea had already (tarnliltiiK there Is nothing <0'
In Suwau on Tuesday .f. this I! week, Same was counties started tills week 011 that the law, which't r
allowance.
of 16,777 animals ; : ill his advanced funds and hadmade Work was I Ito ny except MeetingIn
same volume ,
liee, and Dr. J. P. Mack put ,11 I when approxlmately'tfie refused.Mrs. possible He said tearing down the buildings on tin did not |pane, but swore to ,renpott

tamp ot okay on 407 herds of 6-- of berries were sold. l Ed: Sllcox was placed uponthe grading;the part of the starhardsurfacing :>ld(1 Jones Lumber Company blocln must be upheld. I do not know except Pensacola

animals. I Cold weather during the midweek pauper roll for two monthswith II that delay on road would > Madison street, making way forthe from reports whether the laws
14 the
) work Is under way Irliroward I period cut the volume from: an allowance of $5.00 permonth. In ; that thework erection of the tanks and new being violated or not. It 1 In --
Final
urged are
,
Franklin Gulf and] I the peak of the season, which wa: prove costly, and Mr.; McKeiule: liuildlngs for the Texas Compiin; the duly of local constituted auitliorltles I'ensucola, Feb. 0. .Lentbalf :,

Monday when more thai second and by; bo hastened L. 11. Alexanler I the matter Sturke, will be among
counties, with no ticks being lilt last ; On motion and Senator W. F.Cllynn bulk station. Metwrs. to determine Wyman, of '

found Leon In Gulf and Leon counties : 130.000 quarts of berries wensold ,, unanimous vote Messrs. QUigley; I read a. letter from Interesting datashowing and Fred! T. Lakey of Waldo, I I and act In keeping with the law, the speakers to address the 1929! ;

In Broward county, where a-reln- ,, forcing prices downward. The, and Davis were authorIzed to extend Riving county's aid and have secured the Texas frunrhlHi I which In the only guide In organlz-; let! Together of the Pine Tree

festatlon is under observation, one temporary slump In volume came, II the porch at jail In front otthe Putnam only this road but for Bradford\ Clay and UnIon I ed society for public olllcers." Chemical (naval stores) Industry, G
not ;
was found during the at just the right time to braceprices I addition and to screen alldoors Interest In' of this lIectlon. (;-ouiitl and Mr. Lakey will Uuvi' .\lfl..tlt11 Truck Pine Institute of America Inc.. M

llcky Inspection cow of thirteen herds of 1,- and for the last half of theweek ,,. and windows In addition. In the other highways Glynn, on Account charge of the operation of lhenew While the governor has Issued and turpentine forestry Interests P
has Senator
399 animals; in Dade, 'two such the increasing volume .. Rev. 0. P. Raymond appeared unable to be present. plant.The orders only to the Dade county here, Feb. 20-22. y

found as Dr. J. II been'taken at constantly Improving before the board asking for help of Illness was T. C. Doug plant will be erected BOrordlng sheriff, lie said they applied to the Lewis H. Marks, executive secretary
animals were
handling the prices. 0. W. Dunlop and family t. Representative to specifications of theTexu Asked roucernliiK the Industrial Alcohol Institute. t
Yoder who Is also for Mr. unable to attend, because whole state. ,
,
anImals the average was 20cents ( ten dollars, forsuch las was also for their bullplants Petersburg which York City will keynote*
Broward work, dipped 3,443 Monday He was granted in his family, Oil Company dog track at St. Inc., New
sickness
Franklin, eight wild and today 32 cents. purpose.On of In behalf tanks, ofllces and wareliounes opened Friday night, he said there the opening session Feb. 20, Gen.
in (
and were killed by the The week's torwardlngs up ttonight
Infested cows 972,920 quarts,, commission of "early action. alreadybuilt ; U. S, Shipping' !
; out on St. Vlncent'i I totalled unanimous vote the and Representative be served by the spur any other track In Florida general manager Yt

Inspectors off the coast of Florida which have brought the grower ers+ decided to retain the telephones Senator Miller of the "shut-In" In by the Seaboard Railway Explaining hilt reasons for ordering Board, Merchant Fleet Corp.. t 4'
Island, told
R. S. RItchey, the In $88,000 In the court house and Jail Larson Heights 011account All buildings will be built as nearly : the Dade county sheriff to Washington( will come here front. '

proper. had dipped 812 The berry crop this season haitotalled for the convenience of the public. conditions at Keystone tearing fireproof as possible. enforce the state law, the gover a trade conference In Kansas ChtjrFeb.
spector In charge for whlcgrowers thecounty of the department : of had naval stores) a
the month. A total 901,024 quarts, The matter of retaining and gradingthe Plans now Include opening nor said numerous complaints 18.19, to address
animals during ;! received $73,584.40, discussed by Mr.Nettles up the old clay road 15th, Miami rexl- gathered here from all
animals, Including 6,42 have agent was but leaving thegrade the station March been (lied with him by leaders '
ot 68,048 Last season, th< University ofFlorida. new road, vlolalattons nation for their sixth
flagrant
whIch of the
of I to tonight. from the liar concerning part
none up Dr. dents
mules, IIM'IIIIIT K.tm
and impassable. AT
horses found infested were dipped l movement through Feb. 2 totalet. Mr. Nettles asked thatthe almost V Walton, representing 4''OI.olU'U: : of the race track gambling annual conference. t';

were in the nine coup. 99.120 quarts, for which $74,168. I commissioners keep the countyagent bin son and J. bond trustees, ., laws. Many, he said had come The list of speakers announced
the month represent ;
during received by th4growers. would the Putnam Bradford county was In! Wernlcke, chairman ( \
liberal
been assist Dad)
work is under way,' 56 In cash had stating that be road I from men known to be byO. H L, (
which work along Fair I IIITampa I
ties In the foul In 1927 on this dati" way possible to make told of the great 3d at the South Florida views regarding tourist entertainment Includes: Dr. Chas. Merty. ;
In in any sectionand their
indicates. In this colored I
the report had beet I construction lines the Chemical, "
If quarts of berries in the future ot realbeneftt this year :pedal representative" ,
290,000 work .
I
the program the $100-
actively counties under in which way a total of 20( forwarded. I to the farmers in Bradford 1 of advanced the money-about.by the county to growers and farmers 168 having Bradforc\ aisxhlblt L I "I have a stark of letters on my Foundation Inc., New York; Dr.oC J"|1'it I

000-- containing the governor Chief, Bureau
C. Conunnon
13.
in the fine county. 2g.Promises at Tallahassee '
No.
vats\ are being used; stricken from the state for grading product there In charge 01 t desk besieged bytelephone Department of Commerce : 1;
FROM Bounty
been Chemistry
vats are RESIGNS / E. Kirby was I substantial aidwere itald. "I have
I work counties seventeen roll, he having moved of further 1. N. Keller, colored farm agen rails and telegrams. The ; Dr. F I'. Veltch, Bureau of;,' : :

being used. the pauper county made by the speakers as for the county. That the exhlbl l evidently become ser- ChemlHtry, Department of Agrlcul- ,.
TRUSTEES out of Bradford let. situation has *
BOND contracts are by 1 IIbelnle l 1
TARIFF ON FWKK: I Report from county agent received d-eurfaeing of Columbia. wax worth while Is shown tinonnty bus! and I had no middle ground ture, Washington; I>r. K. R.

showing work done for the Senator Phillips, awarded fifth place In horse race as well Weldleln, DIrector.. !Mellon I nut I- V f
good
WashIngton Feb. 5._Congressman ( The Board of Bond Trustees ot month,; visits made and clubs being expressed the hope that 1929 No.bud-28would -. exhibit Keller Is a hartworker t i enjoy anybody.a I keep a good 'Crack lute, University of Pittsburgh; Dr.. t i '
,
the
appeared Florida, met in be placed In among the colored farmer all with every U. S. Forest Service., r:
today will Austin Carey
It. A. Green Bradford county organized. Columbia'sfunds er' horse and run
committee all members received net., and said that county and Is doing somlvery believe In Dr. Klolse: Gerry, U. ,I' ,
before the ways and means regular session with Report o( county judge forthcoming tofurther at our fellow who call me. I Washington; '( 'f
be he nevei '
and urged an additionaltariff present. Minutes of the last meet and filed, also. report of jail Inspector would when the contract effective work and all legitimate sports and recognize: 8. Forest Products Laboratory /,.,
and a the project opportunity go by In put Gambling B. !M. Luff burrow.. S ,
protection of three were read and approved.The for two visits to the jail. through lets an Florida' In a playground Madison, WIs.; '
quarter cents on imported palm Ing board entered into an agree The Bradford county Telegraph ; U let for that part lng: on displays of the county'lprodllctll In the only feature forbiddenby State Forester, Atlanta; Harry Lea J

he for mov 1 In his county. at fairs and other gathrlnKs who re- Forester, Tallahassee, rJfff r \' in inand
leaf fibre. In his argument with F. M. Norman was designated as the paper the law and no one Baker, State .
ment .
pointed! out that this Imported| ing his fence on road 9 extension.The which the state and county tax Favorably llccrivnl members I over the state.. spects me, would have me ._.....,..l.llMh u...... leading timber and turpentine t '',
Department
and other Instructed to The Road the of the pine belt. ; ,.
( from
Africa was be published. apart operators
from engineer sale should Bentley, mumvAYHThe of conduct '
fibre came Chairman novr i).\M.\ where the scale of wages look record of road 35 and The clerk of circuit court presented especially and Mr. In violation of my oatlr t cl)f ---'.\KT KBHI;ii .,'
places conditions up re-I for nine Mr. Shands of Gainesville, law or ICED ('IU IMS!!!! 11 KA:
where living next meeting. financial statement gradedand f'"
the
and at highways, office. _
was cheap port Jacksonvllleexpretllell county "
on a parity: instructed the main April 1. 1928 to Perkins of of llunlnemt Intcn**!* *\/f '
were not near The board months, from in 'thorough sympathy paved are not,, for the use MuMt" I'rtiteft The location formerly occupied! \3by

with that of the United States. He tenance superintendent damaging to cause i December 31, 1928, showing receipts themselves with the movement realizingthe persons driving disc harrows, tractors Governor Carlton raid his duty, the Orange & Black tea room )' .\ {:

this foreign grown arrest ot persons and disbursements. Same wheeled Implement him to protect bustneiu local 1
stated that the disc ; of early action In or and other required has been secured by the 4'61
necessity
and
competition tractors effect
palm leaf fibre came In direct county roads with or: was examined and approved save the grades and road that cut Into grade, and at enterprises against the evil chapter Red Cross for temporary .
mOSS Implements der to thai
the
with American and other ordered forwarded to comptroller bond trustees "I am anxious; will ba
of harrows specialact and appreciating the Importance the meeting of the of gambling. headquarters. The office ;, ,
the states i prohibited by the law directs. bed. acting within the '
in as cut"and were
,
citizen
largely machinery "short Instructions
grown 28 as a held Tuesday every day,
every
stated the of No. open
protection authorizedto I la
for was'
Florida and Louisiana. He of the legislature The chairman I part of the great road given the maintenance superintendent laws,"' he added, "be protected .'I : '

that the Vego-Hair Manufacturing of said roads. to sign up contract' with Nassau as ot a Florida. They gave the to nee that warrants were Issued his pursuits. On the other hand F'IXE: ('ELEIIY tl \

Company of Micanopy and Gainesvllle The engineer was instructed county for the lease ot Bradford system most attentatlve and to those who violate the state the public must also be protected 1"t. '\I

Florida, and other companies investigate drainage complaints county convicts to Nassau county. delegation a and In every way law protecting state and county against the conduct ot enterprise Mrs. A, A, Smith ot Lawtey* \
hearing f
were.this reqnestlng 32A and road 34. There being no further business extended and others law." extra fine celery and I:
and Individuals on road In the move roads. Farmers without the brought some At
further presented his until next showed their Interest Improved at Miami Saturday i i
adjourned office
protection He stated Mr. L. II. Hill the board transporting Implements The race betting situation lettuce: to- the Telegraph t
In '
that Florida moss waa much better resignation to the board as a member regular meeting, which will beheld ment.J. state road engineer wheels that tear the ground ,, has caused the governor grave the samples being the equal ;+1 1of

and more durable for uphol- of said board. Upon motion on the first Monday In March, L. Crenap, Morrison,' representing with should either use a. truck In the I l from the beginning of the tourist either product shipped In from '' (; ,,1other ,1\it'\

foreign grown accepted. A motion 1929. and Capt. with complaints, he said, The Smiths. only j r
,sterlng than was the the same was A. D. national government In or cover the wheels season and the sections ,
Mr. moving
and carried that 0. W Alderman Clerk. the The of unavoidable for their ua :Jit!! '
garden
made also gouging. reached the stage have a small
,
fibre __ was the aid for road, were a material to prevent had
by
'
elected federal tbe
Torode be the either by have been growing celery : ,
\V. E. and. personally special act covering Intervention but they
CHANGESThe ,
hearing ha
: SHOP the state a f
WALUOCANAfcGIVK O. K.I board to fill the unexpIred term. CITY I1ARIIKH present at their co-operation of vehicles allowed ffti Improved governor personally, or by legal for years, and Mrs. Smith brought;L :
:> propositionto voiced type; to Bonstrate '
E. H. Smith made a board Barber Shop has been No 28 an early reality roads of the state, Its purpose Injunction. In fact, his orders some to Starke Saturday to dem"' \.
t the City making Is- :.
to In were county,carv1grow
sheriff Bradford
gasoline investment that
WashIngton, Feb. I.-The rlyers furnish work at one cent per gal- taken over by J. E. Qustafson of No official announcement .rela'be being to protect the tax the Dado county of court action. as fine celery as any oth.Wlocality ; f fer
today for road ando and under the new of the roads to put In the roads by the wed on the eve just .
and harbors committee tank wagon: prices Jacksonville are to any tent to the governor k '
below has yet
reQuesting Ton tires, have been reduced year's budget Reports it< )
resolution management prices In this payers. .
Green oils, greases placed oral betting '
the of "
adopted furnish department the system -- \ "
engineerS to review accessories at 5per all down the line. T. M. been given out by the said of New FIRE DRILL MONDAY '
other IJIrtha tracks ,\I.
army from tubes, and charge of the unless "all signs used on the race r "
canal cost. will have but t
wholesale Murpby chairman part !
to
reports on a above the changed; ;
been
SantaFe cent ) ustafson and the will be found In York, had wilt be heldnext '' il4 r
advertise 28 drill
for Mr. fire
Lake to No. Regular
Lake Alto to Little Board decided shop fail, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Denmark. machines at the dog tracks dye jYj""
with a view of determining ad- ; The requirement and to receive public Is Invited to. give him atrial. |list at the proper tIme. daughter, Feb. ?nd. mutuel ..- Monday night. 7:30 o'clock,.:'
Latw y -
above
for regnlar Mr; Pearce, former owner If Oakle: member of the fire cor '} J
next for The- Rebuilt and all
visibility' of Improvements.Stuart bids at the plans under way I Mr and Mr*. R. L. Batten. Lake Worth '
which will be on the 6th I of the shop. will go to Orlando to Stuart here. I Feb. 4th. Theater resumes performances. pan are expected ,o be present,: 4
daughter
airport
Issued meeting of resaa,
Building permIts take charge ot a barber shop. [establishment }

during un totaled 142,180 of March. r'







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:, t...AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY 1KLKGRAPH. STAUKR. FLORIDA FEBRUARY 8, I9J8i !
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Fight Fans of Whole Country Will Trek to Sharkey-Stribling severance tax; no. franchise tax 11

11.1 i | Australia and New Zealand Beckon Winter Travelers Fight in Miami, Fla.;Jack Dempsey in New Role As Promoter and no tax intangibles; sad tax her

real hope rests in her
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soil and unparalleled cllma.t"", .
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Ilowey groves Howey ,? the
Hills are "doing their bit" ,10 ,
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Ir 'o.r pt' 1 leviate the suffering caused t)> ,
r fluenza throughout the i-.nintrv',

with the free shipment of ,choice:
2i hill-grown grapefruit recognized

r p' by physicians as one of th. most
effective remedies in curbing
: j the
avage of this insidious ailment
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Installation of machinery that
will put the latest electrical

t tI # ; ;.; .! ; "w t'r kyif ( cess the Howey-ln-the-IIiys.into operation at the Juice plant Company pro-o<.

tI I t is announced last week The

electrical sterilization of bacteria

I 9 ,. in citrus' juices has been expert

j 1 ., .: mented with quite extensively ant

.... .i .t 1 6' ) I 3' N jiff K the placing of equipment fleet
has been decided
nary upon at the
JACK "" r, ? Howey mom mod
"\ j 'f, I ern In the country.'

JacksonvilleBetween f 11 5,OOIl
and $20,000 will be expended by

new owner for improvements i to

?) r Q/RNT SWoRDFra'r/i Aragon Hotel.

, e NIW ZFALANOi _____ + Bartow Plans approved for
,. I : construction of new' Junior and
senior high school.
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-,. NOTICE!
JJ EM PSEY -_.

I Fight! fans of the whole countrywill mote the Interests of Mrs. RIckard W E. Carey-will set about the task
attend the Sharkey-Stribling and her baby." said Jack. And tight of arranging the other contests DR. GEO. E. LYONS
bout at Miami on Feb. 27. Jack fans all over the United States will planned by Promoter RIckard before
t Dempsey as promoter of the fight, to back up Jack by attending the fight. his death. It was proposed to have REGISTEIIEDOptometrist: ;
further the Interests of his friend, the Stribling will get 20 per cent of Tom Heeney, who fought Tunnel fcr
; late Tex RIckard, has put a glamorover the gate less the taxes. Sharkeywill the title, engage Paulino, the Span- and Optician -
JJ. tit'' -- the bout that Is second only to get S25.000 on Feb:' 15, on the lard, and to match the winner of this
, U Tr.wUA 2,974sat SUjM/t-Kf MAORI AANCcF S" lieN Z&ALANUs Dempsey's own appearance In the morning of Feb. 27 will collect the bout with the victor In the Sharkey-

ullm. U'S.J.... -,Otl.t$,7- -96Q"'Uf1. squared circle. The Sharkey-Btrlbllng: rest, nll.OOo-a total for Sharkey of Stribling fracas
fight will be the first Important 100000. U RIckard had lived be had Will be atllolliirgsfaorlh
q The enterprise and high civllzatlon Line. Seven days steaming from VICtoria done New Zealand offers unrivalled heavyweight elimination match for Sharkey plans to work out In pub- planned to have the survivor of the
;.of the men wbo bave established B. C.. brings the traveler to the attractions for the sportsman; the the Tunney-Muldoon trophy. It will lie at Miami and In this way add above contests meet Dempsey, the
w I themselves In the South Faclflo Ocean Hawaiian Islands, that strategic center hunter having a remarkable choiceof be held in Rlckard's big dog: racing (50.000 'to his receipts. winner to be acclaimed as the cham- Shop
of the United States In the Pa- sambur red deer and fallow deer track over at Miami Beach. Thousands will take advantage of pion.
\tin recent years have excited amongst cilia Ocean. Hawaii the land of the and Us lakes and streams provide Dempsey himself, named as pro- the fight to visit Miami, now In the The Atlantic Coast Line and Florida STARKETo
{ ";, those living north of the Equator an hula-hula and the ukelele. Is an trout fishing famous the world over. moter cf the contest by William F most prosperous winter In Its history East Coast Railroad will Issue round
i ever-Increasing desire to know more earthly paradise; Its scenlo beauty Australia a vast area, with Its Carey and Col. John 8 Hammond, The permanent population of trip tickets with a coupon admissionto examine eyes. and fit the
+ about the social ute andclimate exhilarating surf and$ charming hospitality widely-diversified scenery Its mountains acting manager of the Madison Square the town, according to the Depart- the fight. The latter railroad will proper glasses. Consultationsand
( scenery never taU to make a great caves and rivera Its famous Oarden Corporation. has predicted a ment of Commerce, has now Increased have parking space for 1.500 sleeping
( of those nations. Conse Impression on visitors. "Bush. provides plenty of scope for S5OO.OOO gate or better, eo that It Is the largest city I'' care to accommodate fight fans who examinations free. Dr.
qUentlY, travel to Australia. New Zsa- Auckland. New Zealand an 18 days' the sight-seer. In the proper season "110m in this thing solely to pro- In Florida. come down on the special trains. Lyons can tell you more about
!land and the Fiji Islands Is becoming voyage from Vancouver via the Fiji the country Is bedecked with wildflowers -
your in ten minutes free:
r' I Increasingly popular with those who Islands, has one of the most beauti- and contains many animals eyes
late the total .farm: losses Includ The next highest is California wit I potatoes; and a large percentage -
I tare weary somewhat of following theo ful harbors In the world. New Zea- found nowhere else In the world. than you could get tor a $10
11 '" beaten path, and one of the most dellghtful > land Is a country of vast potentialities. Chief among those Is the kangaroo ing bankruptcies, mortgages crop $79 ; Massachusetts and New Jersey of the other vegetables as well as bill elsewhere. Call and see
ways of making the trip Isvia Prior to 1840 It was Inhabited that awkward-looking animal which failures depreciation and general each $73; Connecutlcut $68:: staple crops which are consumedby
j the Canadian Rocklee, 'visiting solely by a war-like race, the )Maori 'I carries Its young In a pouch-like receptacle indebtedness, we will find that today Colorado $62, From here the our nation. Some of the largest him
beautiful Banff and Lake Louise en and was then a beautiful wilderness suspended below the abdo- the farming Interests of our tobacco fields in the countryare
', route, and sailing from Vancouver on of vast forests, swift-flowing rivers men. Then there are the wallaby nation have approximately $30- values of the various states decrease to be found in my own congressional PermanentALL
the fins big motor-ship "Aorangl. mountain ranges, glaciers and fiords. I wombat and bandicoot, all curious until the last is reported al. djstrlct, and also exten-
the
deficit for
; 1 or her running-mate. "Niagara." of Today It has prosperous cities and all creatures which thrive In Australia's 000,000,000 past $11 per acre. It is also of interest t well vast
' ti I the Canadian-Australasian Royal Mall the amenities of the older civiliza\ mild equable climate. eIght Industry or ten whose years balance; and now on any the to note that this $11 average annual save acreage pecan of watermelons.groves as Dairyingand as WORK GUARANTKKI: )

acre yield is one of those
the livestock and poultry In-
side of the ledger amountsto
0 wrong states which has one of the very BY HIM
dustries are also rapidly growing.

, jf; I': :'i More t Boys Planning to Make Buchanan's Alaska Tour I iI the some eight most$4,000,000,000 years careful surely and is sane annuallyfor entitledto consideration highest averages Competition farm: mortgage Hard.indebtedness "Florida Florida has no Not bonded Ilondotl or state 20 Years Experiencethe "

of the No Industry Indebtedness; no inheritance tax;
0 congress. "It is awfully hard for a farmer
0
t suffer such continued no Income tax; no corporation tax;
can
who lives in a state two-thirds of
[ ',!tl j Q4NN/NQ Cosa losses and survive. whose farms are mortgaged and

. i, ::'- ;', ..::; .. .' D.' ;: "The Population farm population Declines was esti- whose$11 to average compete crop with a acre state value whose is

tfJ; { \ ; mated In 1921 as 30600000. or average farm mortgage intebted-

,I t almost one-third of the total population ness is less than 20 per cent and There
', > of the United States. In whose acre yield is $107. Some- are many reasons

i, ; J 1928, it was estimated at 27,699- thing Is radically wrong with
\ i ir 000. Thus you will see!. decline of American agriculture and my col

+ more than 3,000,000 in the farm leagues who live in these states for the
1 population during the past eight where indebtedness Is so heavy ease of steeringthe

o years. We find also that in 1920 losses so great and crop value so

;ziBUCNANAN the farm acreage was estimated at small will continue to lose hun

955,833.715 acres and in 1925 dreds of their farmers every yearto
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WK 923,318,352 acres. Sinces 1925 Florida and other lucrative !new .Ford

n S Boys er AAKS ::: I the acreage has decreased. The states unless the congress pII.SSe8
.
,, r AyRINr B.C 1" '' Increase In the use of laborsaving a general law which will raise the
farm machinery has of course and economic standard of
! 0 G ii' 4 wage
,1 u II had a tendency to reduce the farm tag farmer."iioriua. f

I population but not to the alarm- has more than 35.000- 7'

: ing extent of 3000.000 persons) 000 acres of land less than 3-

In eight years. The chief reason 000,000 of which are now under
< for the decrease in farm population cultivation. Almost all of the remaining

,." ""' la the inability under existing eco- 33,000,000 acres are till .
"'- .J .. farms to be
nomic conditions for able. Florida's agricultural products
self supporting and make prof to. for 1927-28 season were

"Millions of our farmers are valued at $140,000,000, it furnishes .
farming at a loss each year. We about 80'per cent of the na

find that crop values in 1920-21 : tion's grapefruit; g0 per cent of

amounted to $12,668,000,000 and the nation's eggplants; 40 per cent THE new Ford ia exception shaft and worm to
In 1927-28 they were about $12- of the table cucumbers; 40 per
ally to steer because of
easy gether. The steering worm
253,000,000 although many of the cent of the snap beans; 65 per cent the well
staple crops increased in output of the peppers; 32 per cent of the proportioned sector Is forget and machined -

"It is Interesting to note that celery; 25 per cent of the tomatoes weight of the car, the steel- in the same piece

farm mortgages and indebtedness ; 10 per cent of the early Irish spoke wheels, the coordinated with its shaft.

\ are greater In some sections of our design of springs and

country than In others. In the shock absorbers, the size The housing of the steering

new EnglaQd states, for Instance -! and design of the steering gear mechanism Is made
the average farm'mortgage Indebtedness of three steel elec-
forgings
wheel and the ,
. Middle : simple mechanical -
is 33,7 per cent the
trically welded together.This .
Atlantic states including New construction of the

i i3ucA tr R N It York New Jersey and Pennsylvania 1 +I : steering gear. housing Is then electrically
is 31.8 cent the East 1 welded to the steering
per ;
it I Ui' ,t a /tlcnLiNAN _RiYes: A 'l/ u/i f" II a II I When asked what he did If the:; Northern Central states of Ohio. 1 ter The. Ford steering sear ia column. Such a one-piece
,; got sick he declared that they did no: I Indiana Michigan and Wisconsin .' of the worm and Rector steel unit is much
I If had tit cf Indisposition naturally
get sick or they a : < /
George E. Buchanan, sponsor and Euchnnim. who' gets letters from allover the wonderful clmn have an average mortgage indebtedness s type used on hjgh-priced sturdier than if several parts
1 backer: ot ami rooter for the move- the Vnlted States and Cnnnda pepped them up and put Chan back of 39.5 per cent; while the V cars and ia three-quarter were used and bolted riveted
ment of b?}1I to Alaska, Is. plar.'alntd addressed "Aliuka Buchanan Do- on their feet Immediately. "One bc./ West: Northern Central vstates of irreversible. or
take1 CO t>? more to the great United trott." and "Buchanan, Do,'. Friend gained 19 Ibs. during the'month i Minnesota, Iowa Missouri North together.
'
i L'> ate. paMesalou; the coming sum- i Detroit" tells the boy who writes to tour" said Buchanan "and every her South Dakota. Nebraska. In
)j mer. Buchanan, who la president of him direct from anywhere how he hatt gone hume a better boy phs! Dakota You'llLike simple, non-technical Throughout,the new Ford
tbe Detroit Coul Exchange rind fire can earn his third by selling pencils ally mentally and as a young bunt' Kansas, have an average mortgage language, this means that steering mechanism Is BO
coal, companies and a bachelor, be- indebtedness of 11,2 per cent or
kitchen
tongs, coal steel ash basketa. new man He has seen Alaska won the car responds and
easily
lieu" that a trip to Alaska, provided etc. Boys ".'ltoIallt)' go west- den and hna earned part of the more than, half that value simple in design and so carefully -
a. boy partly earns his war, will be a ward It quickly to the steering wheel made
through Canada and the Cana- money to flnnnre the trip, which covers "The South Atlantic states that it requires
| wonderful: formative Incident In his dian Rookie, seeing! Banff and Lake about 8.000( miles and lest u from Delaware to Florida have yet there is no danger: of the practically attention.
no
i 1re.: fie has already taken aoo boys toAluk. LmIM. then -north to Alaska on the"Prtncvna whole month. One of wheel
my younftss In being jerked from
20.8 cent mortgage the
only per
; and th'lI111 be Ms seventh I The kind of treatment you
.. Loutae. They see the boys, who Is 0 old. has
years already
annual debtedness. The South Central' hands of the driver The only tiling for to
r ( personally conducted tour. wonders of Alaska and return by the earned about (20, and If he get hU get at our service station by ruts you
.i The bow, age tt to IT, must earn one "Prine..." to Vancouver and home- third together on his own effort! ho states from Kentucky to Mississippi is getting us more business or Lumps in the road. A do .ia to have the front steering
: third of tb. coat of the trip (S123.00)); ward the have %4,1. the West Central '
through United State, thus will be in our party next summer light touch spindles
the advance day. guides the car spindle con-
patents a third and Mewing the finest In every ,
Texas
scenery Canada even If be Is only six years old. Any states from Arkansas to
Suohanar. loam .the boy one third. Alaska and the State Buchanangoes boy anywhere can go. provided r,. have 32,7; the Rocky Mountain We meet you courteously.We yet you always have that necting rod., and drag link
""letto be later I
li U-Uure. repaid at the bc,. with them on every trip and gets Ms parents' consent and cariubis states have the high mortgage Indebtedness sell you quality necessary fcel-of-the-road so lubricated every 500 miles
gives them his
r -. -_.- personal care. third. of 47.4, almost half; GOODYEAR ALL. essential good driving. and the steering gear lubricated
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r"t Green Pleads paratlve' figures showing the mort- would at once take an incline.tt and the Pacific states 46 per cent. WEATHER TREAD Strength of materials every 2000 miles.
My state of Florida is third lowest TIRES. and
gage Indebtedness of farm ownersin Continuing Judge' Green said in in farm mortgage indebtedness careful workmanship give For this work, you will

a Farmers' Cause the several sections of the coun- part!, I the average being 19.4 per cent. We quote you the lowest unusual stability to the Ford find it best to consult the

r try. Admitting that "it Is impossible "As compared by the bureau of I I West Virginia, a factory state prices for this quart:: steering gear and housing. Ford dealer. He has been

Congressman Clton Many Facts To for the congress to pass) a bill census the amount of mortgaged 1! which is 63.8 per cent, South Dakota We give you" a tire service specially trained and
that would raise immediately the Indebtedness as reported for has S2.4 per cent. Iowa has The steering worm for
House Members. that gets out of the tires equipped
to
farm wage standard up to that of er-operated farms in 1920 was own-I 25.6 per cent. Nebraska 56.5 per you buy from us every instance, is splined to the the help you get
industry'" Judge Green declared 003.769,192. In 1925 this had increased cent. This mortgage Indebtednesshas greatest possible use
Washington Feb. ., In nj' i i mile of the long low cost steering worm shaft and is
"that if the government would setup to 14.517.258.689. We find reference to the farms owned from your car over the long- '
speech today la the house of rep- a comprehensive and effective also that the bankruptcies in the :i by the farmers themselves. mileage built into them at stronger, of course, eat period of time at

j' '. Tesentatlves.: R. A. Green of the marketing system whereby agri- farming Industry in 1921 amount. I i! "Florida. has according to the the factory. than if a single key a minimum of trodfiifIJ' -

i ',Second Florida district urged the cultural products would find their ed to 1';63. and in 1928 5,678; latest figures, tbe highest annual Come tee for yourself" were used: to hold ble
-necessity: 'of congressional action way to the consumer without the therefore farm bankruptcies per I, acre crop value of any state in the and expense.
I
for the relief of agriculture whose middle man grafting profiting thousand farms In 1921 was .21 union. The average annual per

'I '. depressed state he pictured in corny. and swindling the producer things and in 1928 .89, It we will calcu- I(acre value of Florida crops is $107. HITCirS SERVICE STATION I I fi'ORD MOTOR COMPANY1





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FEBRUARY 8, 1J>2O IWIADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLOIUDA _ _ _ PACE THRKQ1
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decision to meet at Pensacola was were poured out, entered a plea ot ........................ ..N.NN4)wNeNt N.tt.eI Misses Ethel, Alva, and Avis
Dukes of Dukes, were visiting
reached at a meeting of the arrangements guilty to charge of possessing I Intoxicating : HAMPTON : t BROOKER ; Miss Grade Greene Sunday.Mr. .

Newt of Florida In Short Paragraph committee, just heldat liquor in criminal: court HIM A.a Ntmmv, Cor.P Miss"' IVnrlo Oalm-y Ii and Mrs. S. Dukes of Dukes,

Jacksonville. today and was fined $25 and costs\!. were visiting at the home of Mr.
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Holloway explained the juice had and Mrs. J. J. Morgan last Sunday.
Miami Beach Thieves who been pressed out Curing\ a' period E. Griffin of Jacksonville Mr. A. A. Itazen of Gainesville Mi1 1
: Live State NewsTOLD forced their way through a kitchen of excess production to be sold spent the week-end with nls par spent Sunday here visiting his work In Wlldwood after a 1,

: window last night, stole jewelry sweet but lack of a market had ecta. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Grlllln' mother Mrs. Hazen. short visit here with his mother.
valued at $35,000 from the homeof forced the company to store It and 11-11lhlnL.-1'Itis Mr. Roswell Ward was. transacting Mrs. T. P. Ward. E
F. W. Bradsby, here. IncludedIn "nature bad merely taken I lit business In Starke last Sat Mr. Frank Surrency Jo ft Sunday:?
the stolen jewelry were several course." Miss Louise Pitts of Lawtey urday. for Atlanta, Ga., where he has enstered

f BY OUR EXCHANGES diamond rings, and brooches. who is teaching iu the public' Mr. If. P. and L. R. Gainey E. the U. S. navy ,;f'
Nearly $100 In cash also was tak Ocala What Is said to be tlie I school here and Benjamin W1I- (M. and "G. W. Hazen were transacting Mr. Pitt Baxter has returned to h'
I en. The robbers entered the house, largest moonshine whiskey still last his home here after a visit in. t
business in Jacksonville
--, -_. _. ._ ... of'' llama( of Macon, were quetly marled -
------- -- -- -- I during the absence of members ever found in central Florida was Tuesday.Mr. Wildwood. t
at Gainesville last Saturday.
[Daytona Beach-The Phlladellla tlon of a Southeastern Fair association I the family, and their visit was not I destroyed by prohibition enforcement Orval Ward spent the week- Mr. Guy Harrell was a visitor II I "
Athletics will play aa exhibition composed of the lower east 'discovered until early today. Police officers a-abort distance east Miss Pitts has made quite a success end here with his mother, Mrs. to Starke Saturday night. I;y
were to be given an itemized list of Lynne yesterday The kettle ol of her school worK here. She T. P. 'Va rd. Mrs 11. T. Thomas and sons, d'
gamehere on March 22 with coast counties It
was announced of the valuables today the still, which was of solid copper is very popular and Is held with Mr. Luther Sowell and Mrs. Sal- Roy( Dock and Leslie, and daughters I t
;.e .Montreal Royals, of the Interactional here. The proposed organization is said to have had a capacity great esteem by both the you in ly Mott were attending to businessIn Lorraine and Fannie, of :: I

Leagjie. The game willojen would stage an exposition here Fort Myers The first step In of 1,200 ,i M i
: the spring 'exhibition series once a year under present plans. a proposed $150.090( expansion liquor, about 200 gallons was destroyed Mr. Benjamin Williams, who Is Mr. Rob Lewis was transacting Mrs. Belle Thomas. } j

or the Royals who will train on The association's formation depends program of the Inter-County Tele as well as a large quantity well known here Is an employee business In Starke last Tuesday Mr. II. P. Oalney and children \

itrgoyne Isle.. upon the success of the ,phone and Telegraph company for of mash. A smaller still was of the Southern Railway Co. Mrs. Old Crawford and daughter. were visiting In Lake Butler last '\1'I}
Palm Beach county fair, It was the year 1929 has just been taken located and destroyed about six Both the bride and groom have Odessa, were visiting their Sunday f\U,
i Miami-Kid gloves formed a stated. 'with the beginning of constructionof miles from the large one mention many friends here who wish them father, Mr. Old Crawford of Lake Mrs. R. W. Drannen and daugh- ,
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irt of the clothing of a lone robber a telephone exchange building'at ed. No arrests were made at either much success and happiness in Butler last Saturday. tel': Pauline are spending sometime
whq held up R. D. Kelley, Bartow Contract for the erection Naples, Fla. The structure Is location. their future life. Mr. J. H. Kelly and son, Clyde, here with her parents, Mr. tj'!j,
Igft'anager of a local store. The InFuder of the Bartow senior and jun- to cost 5000. The proposed pro- Oliver Thomas of Macon, Ga.. were transacting business in and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. (

| forced Kelly Into a rear ior high school has been awardedby gram Includes a similar buildingfor Orlando A "rabbit hunter Is the guest of his cousin Miss Annie Starke last Saturday.! Mr. II. P. Gainey, A. B. Surrency ":'

ftom. while he plundered the cash the Polk county school board to Clewlston and a new direct who carried too much shooting apparatus ; Laura Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. R. M, dalney, who and L. H. Gainey were business .'
glstel" The storekeeper report- A. Alblnson Company of Bartow. ,trunk line between here and Miami started a 60-day jail sen- Mrs. O. L. Harrison, entertainedthe have been spending some time In visitors to Starke last Mon '
the loss ot about $75 The contract price) is $107,873 and :over the Tamtaml Trail. teuce here for "disorderly ("onductand W. M. U. last Wednesday af Georgia with friends and relatives, day. i
the bid covers everything except possession of a deadly weapon. ternoon. A pleasant hour wai were accompanied home last Mon- Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen were iI

Tampa Police here believe plumbing heating, wiring and Gainesville Indicted by the ." The man gave his name as spent, after which strawberry day by Misses\ Pearl and Ruby transacting business In Starke last
hey have seen the man with the hardware which are expected to last grand jury on a charge ot as- O. J, Opperman, of Chicago. Police shortcake and hot chocolate WDS Bryant. Monday
Iron nerve." A negro giving his cost approximately $25,000 more. sault with intent to commit murder said when Opperman was arrested served abundantly.Mrs. Mrs. Olga Prevatt of Valdosta Mr. Fred Haten of Gainesville, t

ame as David' Mosely called bye i Alex Smith, negro, was lodged that he apparently was O. 'V. Shaw and children( Ga., spent Sunday here with her' was attending to business here c1;
police station for an automo- Plant City-Julian Rymes, 7 In the Alachua county jail at an "ready for emergency." On his person who have been the guests of Mrs mother. Mrs. C. S. Mott. last Saturday.
gUe. He had abandoned the ma-. years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. early hour Sunday morning. The they found an automatic pistol Shaw's mother, Mrs. H. F." Chess) Mr. David Moore of Theressa, Mrs. T. P. Ward and son, Roswell ,

jlne when he tried to break'into Rymes, residing near Cprlnghead, !negro had been in hiding for the two extra cartridge clips, a during the winter months left chili was visiting friends here last Sun- were transacting business la
local residence, when he saw died at his home last night from i past several months. Learningthat tear gas bombing device and extra week for their home In Detroit, day afternoon Starke last Thursday. .

i officer approaching. He has been burns suffered when his clothingwas the fugitive was In,' Union ,gas irtrldges, skeleton keys, a Michigan. Mlns Lois Galuey was visiting l In Among those attending church;
cketed on a breaking and enter-' ignited by matches with whichhe county. Sheriff Wells got in touch I diamond pointed glass cutter, K. M. Williams has returned I tc Starke last Saturday.Mrs. at New Hope last Saturday and

g charge. was playing. In obtaining the with Sheriff W. S. Brannen, Jr., flashlight, collodtan, rings and a his home here after a visit with G. B. Colaon, Miss Louise Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J., ,. ,
matches the child had climbed to of Lake Butler, and as a result cartridge belt. Opperman told officers friends and relatives in Brooklet, Currowoy, were visitors to Starke Morgan Mr. and Mrs. K. M. flaxen \
S 'Key West A survey Is being a shelf and upset a can of oil which Smith Is now In the tolls of the. ( he used the pistol "to shoot Ga. last Tuesday. Mrs. I). Ilazeu. Mr. II, P. Gainer

nducted here by William T. Don- saturated his clothing. When he law. rabbits with." He could not explain I Mrs. W B. Alexander hail. a.. Mi. L. L. Morgan!; who has been and Mrs. II. Oainey. ,
elly New York consulting engl- struck the match his clothes flaredup a the other arsenal accoutrements I her guests last Friday, Mrs. G. 1<'. staying 1" Wlldwood( returned Mr. and Mrs. Russ were visiting '

er,. to ascertain the advisability immediately. Miami-A fishing trip to abridge they saidClearwaterimpetus. I Raymond and Mrs. Corpenlug ol home last Friday. In Theressa! last Thursday. 'j. ,
: establishing Key West as a free along the Tamlaml trail Starke. Mrs A. B. Crosby and son, Elmer Mr. Buddie RUBS of Theressa. J

art and a point of Interchanged Tampa-Two unmasked and unidentified cost; the life ot Geraldine Johnson has been The Hampton basketball teams Glenn, who has been spendingsome spent Thursday night here with J"'\;

distribution of products of na-. bandits held up a messenger 7 r years old yesterday. Geraldine given to the strawberry growing played the Lake Butler teams here time here with friends and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russ. ,\
one ot the world. The movement of the American State Bank had gone with her parents to the movement in the county by the last Friday. The girls teams scored relatives, returned home last Fri Mr. Elmer Strickland and Mr. '\'

being sponsored by over a scoref transferring money here this afternoon -( bridge, where they were fishing I announcement of three large growers a 34-8 victory In favor of Hampton ( day. i iMr. Luther Moody of Lacrosse, were t"

| prominent local residents.Clearwater and escaped with $3,500. Intoa canal, and had started to run that they plan to develop more : and the boys scored a 7-S victory .' Fred Green, Miss Perkins, visiting friends here last Thursday ,I
S The robbers, driving a closed car, from one side of the trail to the acroage than was planted throughout In Hampton's favor Mr. and Mrs. Hat well ot Jackson- night.
During 1928, then forced the automobile of T. R. other when she was struck by a the county last year., This Mr. and Mrs. C. L.. May visited ville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Misses Thelma Brown and Clyde. 'i ,

shone for 3,009 hours or 67 Mtms, the messenger, into the car driven by John W. Newton of means that the growers will plant friends' and relatives In Lacrosse. R. H. Greene last Sunday.Mr. Morgan and Mr. Hubert Brown ot ,-

er cent of the possible time over curb. One of them jumped' upon Lrnado, Fla. Newton swerved his approximately 75 acres each. The last Sunday. and Mrs. R. II. Greene and Graham, were visiting here last

ills section of Florida accordingthe'anbaaltmeterological his running; board and held a pie l car In an effort to avoid the girl association Is working towards the Mime' Annie Laura Tucker entertained granddaughter, Olivia Faircloth,' Thursday night. '
sum- tol on him. but'she continued Into the path of obtaining of 200 acres to- bet devoted with a pound party i in are attending the fair. In Tampa Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thomas. and .

ttary for the year, compiled by the the automobile'''. An' Ifwruest was to strawberries next year. honor of her cousin. Oliver Thorn- this week. SOil ot Jacksonville, spent the

United States weather bureau. St.Petersburg The next convention scheduled for today. Slightly more than 70 acres was as of Macon. Ja. Mrs. Bessie Brannen who has week-end here with her mother.

ore sunshine was in evidence of the Florida Funeral DI- planted during the past year by A. I. Gould of Sraps; was the been visiting her mother, Mrs. R. Mrs. 1>. W. Thomas. i

|uring June than for any other rectors and Enbalmers associationwill Bartow-D. C. Holloway, em members of the Plnellas County guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs It. Greene returned to her homeIn Mr. Clyde Cone and Mr, Reuben.

onth of the year. be held at Pensacola May 8 ploye at the Southern Nurseries Strawberry Growers association. F. C. Gould Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. Kirby were transacting business
to 10, It was announced by J. W. vineyard near Bartow, where several A strawberry} celebration will beheld Mrs. Josephine Sullivan visited Herschell Brannen of Jack in Starke last Thursday. i
West Palm Beach Negotla- Wilhelm local undertaker and months ago several hundred in Clearwater some time 1 In her son. A. L. Sullivan of There- sonville. Is visiting his grandfather Remember B. Y, P. U. everr

ons are under way for the formaA president of the organization. The gallons of allegedly fine grape wine the: near future for the purpose ol 8ii last Wednesday. this week, Mr. R. II. Greene. Sunday night. Everybcyly! come.
------ Increasing the interest In"strawberry Mrs. M. L. Maynard, who hai Prof. S. S. Dowling of Starke, Mr. D. W. Kelley of New River i/ t

E a culture. been the guest of her daughter, spent Saturday bird hunting at ,was transacting. business here last '\I *
Mrs. W. B. Alexander for sever) Mr. Guy Harrell's. Saturday i
Orlando-A. local youth, FelixL. weeks has returned to her norm Jlr.' Pete 1'arrlsli of Jacksonvillewas Miss Lillian FOKK of Graham '
Patterson, rescued a girl froma at Alachua. visiting friends) here Sunday, was vIsltlnK friend here lasb I j K!

30-day Jail sentence here yesterday Mrs. A. A. McDonald and Mrs Mr. Lester Floyd Crosby and! Thursday night.

G e when he stepped forward \iv.. II. (Hoperhave returned to theli Mr. Louis Newmans of Rising were Rev. Norris tilled his regular

__ after she had been sentenced and homes here after a -,,hilt In SwIU- visiting In Brooker Thursday appointment here_ lust Sunday._

offered to marry her. The girlIs erland. tllKllt. W iii
'!ntlgf '#1 it7i!! ll ff/!! _l --_- 1 i!! ili! I'lllll' I; Ruth Welsh, of Ocala< who hat Mrs. W. II. Maxwell has been Misses Doris) and Vivian Sowell IlDmmmmmmmmm >
Il Jacksonville attended the show COFFINS & CASKETS
f been arrested here attired in boys vlaltlng friends In of Lacrosse,
l lhI!
t ii (III I I IIi I t clothing and who refused to telUlcers Hits week. here Thursday Uht. .. sad a Full Line of a,
or the judge her business Her. Norris of Lacrosse, will Misses Bethel and Krma Thomas

She; was sentenced to 30 days on preach at the Baptist church next attended B. Y. I'. U. here Sunday Undertakers' Supplies
issij U2in=|5> im a charge of disorderly conduct. Sunday. ulRht.
"Thirty days," Maid the judge Mrs R. K. L. Greene Is visiting AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 9 t
1H! ii I':Qt'I'::4TEII: :
this
i when she refused to answer ques KOV.VLI her mother In Gainesville Always .n ....... Tk. art a.e.tr (
,11.tt j Ir r14 Ill' '1 tions. "Make it sixty for all I TO HKHHi.V: I'INITIONTallahassee ? week. .I th. I...... pri .. aIlaI M- +
,.. l .pkHKJ1BTKBKU .rasa
business 1.01 to 'olow. '
ir i ij care," the girl answered. Whereupon Mr. Russell Greene was a CMUALUKM 1
m a 2.-The FlorIda -
Patterson stepped forward Feb. visitor to Lake Butler Mon 1
State News tomorrow will say, DEWITT C. JONES
: whispered a hasty proposal.to the day.
girl. She nodded and he asked thtudge's that the Carlton administration Messrs. Mallle Surrency and 8TARKB. FLA.
FMTf to the has requested the resignation of Leslie' Greene were business visitors -
H7<'" -I j_ M-l "* I. i_ permission marry ot
-j j .Iff; i --=*- .VyBfoSHHBiREflraff girl. City officials agreed to the J. B. Royall all commissioner to Jacksonville Friday _.emmtn-. --...._. ._....... .. _._. '
of and 'jjj/WIL" --="""" ===-, '0
'
game 'II'i"
the state department ,
match and as a wedding present :'
4R. a suspended sentence was granted.The fresh water fish [
i'izr t couple left for a honeymoon The resignation was sold to have I
v at a conference between Get behind the wheel .
tonight with the best wishes of all been requested |
? Mallle Martin the gover ] ,
T" "f? *4r rtf" concerned. I' nor's secretary, and Mr. Royall, J and Get the facts [

f NKW; 1'SS1n.: HCHKDULKHBeginning : I' and was reported refused. t'fi
.C.NuuTeR.,6' baa Anc6i
aos' Mr. Royall was quoted as declaring I .

I Ii Sunday, Dec. 30th,, he would not resign Seen : .
Seaboard Railway schedules for by newspapermen, Mr. Royall declined '"

Starke were posted as fololws: to comment and Mr. Martin ,1Pitj .... .
e sknCurA Houtlibouml denied that the resignation had -- 't

No. 1-(Local) 10:07 p. m. been requested. f. :,.
___
2 bl9 MIN No. 11-(Local ) 11:48 a. m. .
B0..0 of the growth of San ,
I 5'T' The story !
No. 3-(Limited ) 9:44: a. m.
3 ALL No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m. ford celery from the time the rot is
until the product
No. 191-(Limited) 11:31 p. m. Is prepared '
placed In stores for retail distribution \' 0 .
Northbound l. f i'' t'
will be told all over the worldIn r
No. 2-Local) 4:41: a. m. \ '
Lu ; t IL and throughout the
tu9g: No. 12-(Local) 3:50: p. jn. general
DED Miiv In a
6ED Jr2. in particular
Di111A14 M No. 4 (Limited) 9:01 p. m. United States "Tl '
to :Ito' OIC ntaf which has. Just New Buick-Tilt New Stjtf ',
0:0': I2 0' No. 108-(Limited) 5:45: p. m. motion picture Him j J. .j
No. 192-(Limited) arriving been completed for the Eastman

here at 5:31: : a. m., stops only for Foundation of Rochester, N. Y. Drive before buy, .
t .--
sir FGa i I IF the purpose of letting off passengers The open season for the shootIng you :
from the East Coast. of wild ducks, wild geese,
Nos. 7, 8, 8, 10. (Orange Blossoms brant, coots and Wilson snipe, or }lrlr
limited trains) do not stop Florida atsunllet match Buick
will close In
'
:;, : jacksnlpe,
H. f t In n Starke. on January 31, the biologIcal power, 't

I No. 101-Leaves\Vannr Ilranrh Starke 9 a. m. survey of of agriculture the United reminds States swiftness tl
department HI!
I- oj'" iIJ'I 1 j No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: p. sportsmen of that state. The survey getaway, );
m. federal law for
,;?s's f. administers the
.
"> Blue Hun Line migrating
the protection of birds and stamina
rw si l"LOOQ."PL 'I I ISmall Itj Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:63: between the United States and against i J
$c_M- a. "*-r>- a. m., 1:68 p. m., 5:18 p. m., 8:68 ...
ecru w fin "j-b':=i 1 Canada. -
Ji <" -.I h ); p. m. 9:37 12:07 other automobile
.. Southbound- : a. m., : -- any :
houses that full two i
are
and the rooms are j
| SMALL SIX ROOM HOV8EI the not small first floor; besides, they have full I stories In height usually appear p. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:60 I i I Ii : i

too high for their size, since p. m. TAMPAIs --thelllOlt'llchoosea dAte f
I (Dy R. C. Hunter & Bros., Archts.,, ceiling height. whether the house be large or -- .
This, second floor arrangementwas East Hlllsborough county berry I
| New York.) skillful small, the ceiling heights vary but ,
accomplished by a set a new season's record
I The ground area of this house la Small houses should be of growers Ii for :
nearly handling of the living porch. In- little. 'or' strawberry shipments Satur a good market .JJJ
small, and the plan Is for the best effects I i '
the the cottage type.
at
the porch mid-afternoon check el
stead of placing day. The Buick
I square, with no breaks or exten- end of the house In the usual man but. room cannot be sacrificed showed a total of 76,518 quarts what you wish to sell ?/
econ
slons. marked
This
means front on the second floor, and this
the b.
It was placed at had been sold on the local f. o.
omy In construction.This and ner. the main roof brought down Is why a successful small house Is market, pushing the season's aggregate USE With Mntcrpeca! Codiet; by Fbhrr I .!1
twenty-
house but t
five feet six inchen measures front, twentyone over the porch thus giving space hard to find. Generally, small well above 600,000 quarts. Classified Columns COUPES, $1191 to 187J-SrDANS to \
The
: houses either artistic and Impractical t
otherwise -
would are
[ six the plan, on the second floor that Yesterday's prices were better than SPOUT CARS, 'Izl' to >HJO-Ti2..Pri<.. r'o.b. :.
inches deep, yet main be lost, and allowing a third or they are practical but 23 cents a quart It was believed in j i Cluck lactocy.. Convenient ,.......ran b..rr.ner Jon cli. :
arrangement allows the three where I librtal G.M. A. C.Tim Han.BuU ;
to bo provided that the day' total would run over Payment ,t
ol bed room ugly.The .
be ,
room of floor to '.
the first
little house shown herewith 11
good, size, owing to the economicaluse .,. could otherwise be arranged.only two bed rooms combines the practical and the eco- to 10,000 come quarts In after as the berries check-up.continued The I The TAMPA DAILY Motor CocniMajf,lime,Michigan,D Vila, o/Gfnfrat Alolarl po..d.re !Ji, ;,_IHJ

of every square foot of space lot Then too. the roof extending nomical with the artistic to a day's sales totaled $17,598.68, I TIMES : ,!
It goes well on a forty-foot to the first marked degree. worth I '
the porch the season's total :
allowing for a driveway. of tbt I out story over gives the house a broader Complete working plans andspeclftcatlons making$ $184.764. I "Florida's Great, \ Register Motor Co. fJI
I But the real feature .
J well proportioned of thin house\ may be
I house is the second floor plan I appearance that *and It allow the obtained for"* nominal sum from Jacksonville -Cadahy Packing Home Daily"Tampa

here are three good bed rooms ... to Its to height be placed, on a very nar- the bu'ldlng: editor. Refer to Company's plant being extensively Starke ]FloridaIDAY. ;
-
bath all provided house .
and plenty of closets house A-70. remodeled j -- 4 ;
over the very modest size ol row lot. c .rr
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1 Margaret Ann Mal pas Maria N................NNNTIIERESSA J. P. Padgett and'Yamily.' Height!! MrsVflays is survived by load after> trICk load pa,,,:, I It1tlllollgh.

( 1 Dowling. 0 Mr. Bill Hall an'cf'jHeo Padgei her husband and one daughter, Mopping and selling ,
wta

:r : ,' I"f 1 Kitty Cats-Frances! Lee Peel, .: Miss IthodA Zeigler, Cor. :. were business visitors to Stark Wilma.held In The the funeral Community services church were they ..can .to .the merchants, W(10( .

: ,SocietvAJ1.r Clara Flume, Mary Harriet Blsho; Saturday. Monday afternoon at four o'clock In ,turn try to sell to the ,I",,1,1,I",", "

Nlta Torreulla.Old s.N.NlN.N4N.N.4Nr. Mr R. M. Hersey and J. P. Pad and wera conducted by Rev. B. R. at two or three times whai ,,i,,"v. .I,

: Fashioned Girls Lois Ac- Mrs Lucy Adklnson of Decatu gett were business visitors to Weld. The hymns: ; "Abide With paid for it. The orange gl', v '

kins. Marjorie Stump, Lois Loni, county Georgia, is visiting her Starke Saturday. Me," "City Foursquare" and "The are not allowed to sell to th,> D il..I i, ,

3IISSIONARY CIRCLE NO.ONK Mrs. N> Sternberg, Dr and Mrs. E. Kitty Hogsed, Mildred Hundley. brother, Mr. C. A. Youngbloo+ Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ and Way of the Cross:Leads Home,'* lie In'this town, unless they |1,.,.1'I\. ''I
Miss Ethel Griffin was accompanist children of Brooker were her Mrs. license for doing so that .
Pierce, .
Mrs.
"' i
< : MKKTht WITH MRS. ti. Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. were sung by ,??
Biggs,
tt J. II. 1UTC1I for the evening. and nephew, Mr. Wilson Russ. Sunday visiting Mr. Wilson Rum. Weld, Mr. BergLn and Mr. Miller. hlbltlve. On the other hand, \Ih\ ,

I ;. Stump, Mr. aDd Mrs. R. F. Demo All members of the cast deserv Mr. D. W. Moore was In Stark Mr.or.. H Futch, principal of The pallbearers were Messrs. J. H. people do not buy from the m,,.

t' Circle No. One of the Method' t rest Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. O. L. special mention, however, spac Wednesday of last week. Hampton, grammar school motored Houser, E. A. Smith, Chas. Anderson chants, because the price i h :",.
Beasley and Mr. O. M. Inman. forbids that, but those who wer to Theressa Friday afternoon Burt Terrlll high.
the Mr. S. H Dodd was in Stark J. II. Lawrence
met at s
.? i Missionary Society, CIRCLEMEETINO present will never target the cleverness to take some of the basketball "Just the other day a true, :,
W. H
and .Dg en.
,' Thursday of last week. MU1'
b'' :home of Mrs J. II. Hitch Monday P W. O. of Bully and Domestics players home. 'S" here, and as It was stop ". "< ,
We regret to report that our III
ty Afternoon at 3 o'clock; with ten I ---:- Dolly and Will are well known In R. C. Heiberger and son, Eugene of a store, J asked tar
.: ( Starke Grove Circle W. O. W., popular and efficient bus drives. ........NN4srv....... front i pries>
,' ;members present. local plays and were at their' best were business! visitors to Stark+ of oranges. They: were! one 01111181', || ,
will hold Its regular meetini Mr. J. E. Adkins, has been quit)
On account of the absence ot r i Little Lillian Sternberg showed Monday ., J3VERGRJ5EX; ;) a hundred. Thnismnilmnij
that
o'clock. A ill with the flu. ,
the circle leader, Mrs. R. A Weeks\ Tuesday, evening of 7:30: members ii her natural talent as Dan Cupid. Mr. C. A.I Youngblood was in A pound party was given Wed .. (IU.. .... F. A.. Rosier. Cor.. '. ') store bought omeT>f>tkem, and
full .
assistant leader, Mrs. L. A. attendance All the choruses were attractive+ nesday night at the home of Ml. sold them tad far:'b.e.eeate
? the
,, ......... So
:! urged to be present, as several can Starke Thursday of last week. ...... NNpNNN .
: +cI? ( Davis lead the devotional. After to be initiated, and and these added very much to the+ Mr. Wilson Russ attended the and Mrs. W. A. Jones in honor of you can see, the "public. could have
Idldates are
business matters, were settled Mrs success of the play. his 60th birthday. Those attend Cheathem Peele of Jacksonville bought five oranges from that ,
business! to come show In Brooker Thursday nigh
: .. W. White had charge of the; other important of last week. Ing this affair were: Mr. and Mrs spent Sunday here with his mother truck for five cents, while onto >'iI'o y yi

Mission study class up., CNRtil' ,05'ALL-ALL IOR CaatIV Mr. Cleveland Sullivan was In Clyde Hall, Miss! Agnes Joynei. Mrs. Hester Sapp. i, could be gotten from the met, '"and

"' The hostess assisted! by Misses HRIDGK CLUB MEETS; Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie-Williamson! Ellery Redding of Raiford, spenta tor the same price.
Starke last Friday.Mr.
Harriet and Eloise Retch, served James Trlest, Jimmie Swindell, few days hera' with his patents!, "I think It is to the Int.-i!! -t ''It,
James Phillips returned
salad and hot tea to membepreoont. I Mr. and M-;;: C. A. Knight entertained from Maine Friday night, where Bill Hall, Mr. and .Mrs. Luel Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Redding. the public and the orange gn u<'rt
,
r 7., ..tr.rr.rnr+r.ed'.rnW-r.rta w Mr: B E.. Rosier and Leslie McClel-
Andrew Sullivan, .
t !+ members and friends of he has been visiting his daughter; Spearo Mr that the grower be allowed t 111< it 4 >!1I i
THOUGHT AND PRAYER Neal Tobie Brown Elm< lan were visitors to Starke Saturday -
t their bridge club Saturday night BIBLE Mrs. Lonnie Hightower.Mr. George and the public be allowed in hm

ail fiT: MARK'S AIX1XIARVOUEKTH : at their home on Call street. escape A. L. Sullivan was attending and Theo Padgett, Eugene He!- afternoon. and I feel that this matter '4huuicibe I
How from fear and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mrs. Hester! Sapp was the guest
( Spring flowers and potted plants can we to business In Starke Saturday berger taken up at once and I n-me' .
formed the decorations for the oc Answer, read-Isa. 26:4.O. : Youngblood. Everybody reporteda of her sister, Mrs. G. M. Rosier at died."
also with him a half crate
Members of the St.: Mark's Au: carrying
casion. Several interesting games He Went About Doing Good nice time. Woodlawn Sunday afternoon. This Is a problem which might

::rl Jllary held their monthly business of bridge were enjoyed during the Matthew 4:23 24. And Jesus of Mr fine S.strawberries.R. Swindell and children Mrs. J. S. Rosier spent Saturday might well be discussed! at the All\
3
afternoon at
F meeting Monday at the conclusion'of went about all Galilee, teaching In afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. Florida Congress at Palm
( o'clock at the home of their pres- evening were shopping in Starke Saturday, :.4eNNN.NNVNN14e1;, ; Heurh.
which Mr J. C. Robinson and Miss their synagogues, and preaching of C. A. Pringle. Tuesday February 12, say], the
:,Ig'r iP ; I ,dent, Mrs. R. J. Davis. Myrtice Jackson were each pre- the gospel of the kingdom, and Mr. Charlie Phillips friends! and Hampton rela- : Keystone Heights ;: Mr. and Mrs: J. E. Rosier and chamber With the completion of
of the amount rei- wan visiting
,,,, r The report. sented with high prize. The hostess healing all manner of sickness and Ml. Hel*. OicdcB., Cor. ,children spent Sunday afternoon highways, throughout the state,
teed at the' silver tea, which wAS tives here Sunday.Mr. .
W. Wilkin)
with Mr. and Mrs. J.
t s given recently was 3100. flan assisted by her 'sister, Miss Cleo all manner of disease among the and ,Mrs. M. W. Lee and .NNNONNNN.NNN. producers more and more an. of.(
Shepard served a salad course people. 24'. And his fame went erlng[ their commodities for sale
children of Letona visiting son.Mrs.
made for several Interesting were
were and Mrs. Chas. Weimar Willie Reddish and chil- 'I'
J r with hot chocolate. throughout all Syria; and they Mr. in distant parts of Florida, and the "
( the her brother, Mr. D. J. Phillips! and
in
take
affairs which will place
+ Those sharing Mr. and Mrs.Knight's brought unto him all sick people here I were hosts at a very enjoyable dren, spent a few days last week; local ordinances with refeieuo, to
children
Sunday.
i :near future. hospitality at this time that we're taken with divers diseases Mr. A. L. Sullivan motored, to bridge party Thursday evening with her mother, Mrs. J. S. Rosier. censes( are providing to be detrl-

''n BAPTIST \%(ms CIRCLES were: Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall, and torments, and those Putnam Hall Sunday morning. Three tables were arranged for W. H. Morgan and II. F. Red- nental.

'' TO MEET Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. which were lunatic, and those that Miss! Ena Lee of Lakeside! attended the guests! who were Messrs. Helen ding were visitors to Starke Sat They are'preventing the sale ot

(; ,1, b F t O. A. Montleth, Misses Myrtice lad the palsy; and he healed them.l'rl1)'r Sunday school here Sunday Lawrence, Gertrude Houser, urday.afternoon.Miss 'Florida products by producers and
I
Circles of the Woman's Missionary and Myrwin Jackson, Messrs. L. : Lord, may we hear thee afternoon Elizabeth; Caughey Mildred Rup Ruby Rosier and Mr. Pitt I ire preventing Floridians from

h, 1 Society of the Baptist church Vining, Geo. Trafton and Quentine calling-Follow Me. Mrs. S. R. Swindell and chil- ert, Arneeta and Helen Ogden,, Varnes of Lake Butler were the mrchaslng! foodstuffs grown\ at '

'41 with the hostesses and leaders, I(Borner. dren were visiting her daughter, Mrs. Vivian Sanders Mrs.! Edwin guests of Mrs. Hester Sapp Sun- :torne.at :advantageous prices
11 PRESUYTKRIANRev. and
'" .. Buck, Mr. Donald Pangborn _
I
will meet as follows: Mrs. Jake Cartresson and familyin day.Cohen --
\ t LEAGUE SOCIAL Mr. Edwin Buck. After prizes Peele and Wade Gasklns! NOTICE
M.
/ Circle No. One, Mrs. J.
([ Geo. II Lowry, minister.! ) Keystone Heights Sunday were awarded to Miss Helen Lawrence attended the party given at Mr. ---
with Mrs. J. C. I
leader
Brownlee, called
Hilda Sullivan
Miss on
The Bpworth Leaguers receivedthe 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. i and Donald Pangborn for Louis! Harris' Thursday night. I will be at the fOlluwlng
Robinson, hostess! Monday afternoon her friend, Miss Willie Mae Hin- '
at 3 o'clock. Circle No. Two, following strange invitation: fruby, supt. 'high scores, delicious! refreshments named precincts on the day and
:Npfclut Tnrpy 11 a. m. Morning worship! ., sermon son Sunday afternoon.Mr. were served 3IARKKTS: : GOING IIKGfiING: dates stated herein for tin purpose
e ) Mrs. O. P. Raymond, leader, with afternoon '"Get all the kinks out of your by the pastor. S.' II. Dodd gave a very interesting : The Board of Trade banquet giv- of receiving tax returm rot
Mrs.\ II. .Bell, hostess. Monday -
; o'clock Circle No. disposition' untangle your feet and 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. talk on literature last en at the Inn Thursday evening Scores of ma'rkets! for Florid,' the present year, 1929 to-wlt!
at 3 ,
tr.tlr, come to our tangle party. Don't Poplc. "Jesus Teaching Us to Sunday afternoon at the Christian was! a very pleasant affair E. A. citrus fruits are going begging! In Brooker, Tuesday, Feb. I"""
Three, Mrs. A. M. Darby, .leader,, I
get the date all tangled up It's' erve." Leader, C. N. Christy. church Smith, president Introduce Dr. Florida because of the attitude 01 New River, Wednesday, F"h' >ii,
t Feeler hostess! .
with Mrs W A. ,
Mr. and MI'811.\ C. Olivary and
t 1st 1929 at Evening worship, < toastmaster, local merchats evidenced In
Friday evening, Feb. 7:30: p. m. \IV m. Crawford as as afternoon.
'.. o Monday afternoon. at 3 o'clock. the home of Mrs. A. W.. Redgrave. ong service and sermon. children,, of Gainesville, were visiting toasts were responded to by Dr. I municipal ordinances which prohibit Lawtey, Thursday, Feb si I

.4 3. :1SR11):: (K fl.LH MI.ETSVI'ru I : : 8 p. m." Prayer meeting Wednesday evening her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Gamble, Dr. Rupert and Senator the sale of fruit and other: Graham Tuesday, Feb. s'htetnoon. it-

111AS" MRS J. C. ROIUNSOV Upon arrival they were ushered at 7:30.A : \, Youngblood last Sunday. Miller. commodities without a license, .

L 't Into the living room where they cordial invitation to all our Misses Ade -and Alta McGilvary, Keystone Heights people enjoyed I says the Florida State Chamber of Theressa, Wednesday, Feb i>

V.>* flh" Roses, violets, sweet peas, Jap joined in singing "Qood-nlte Leag- ervices extended to all. Mr. Arthur Mlllken J, P. and Wil- > another splendid entertainment Commerce. A Leesburg man re afternoon. ;

:t I,*$ anese quince and narcissi lent uers." Fake refreshments then son Russ motored to St. Augustine Wednesday night, when our Hill cently ,shipped a carload of fruit Hampton, Thursday, Feb J'
itf '*? ''I 1 RobInson of glassof J>PREACHING: HAXTON last Sunday afternoon. I presented a musical to Pensacola with the Intention of
( ; springtime atmosphere in the were served consisting a est friends! : Under the law it Is the duty
II
I.. ; home Tuesday evening, whenI.t ; water, and a toothpick. After Miss\ Thelma Sullivan has' been program at the clubhouse. Mr. sellllng it direct from the car, only ot every person, owning or having
Services will be held at Saxton quite ill with flu.Ve are glad to i
., w, I they entertained their bridge club this, much fun was had playing 3 )Is Jrlggs displayed unusual versati- to run up against an ordinance custody any property subject (to
afternoon she much at
hurch next Sunday know Improved
b and friends at cards. lively games. Ity in his handling of five different which required a license.! Upon taxation, to return the same to the
iaj& assisted Mrs. 'clock, Rev J. O.-Jamison! pastor this writing the least of these application for the license accord-
; The evening passed pleasantly,, Mrs. Redgrave by nstrument, not tax assessor between Jan. 1 aud
+ and with the totaling of the Thelma LaFlle, Misses Lola Stanford awtey Methodist church, In We are glad to know that Mrs. being> a small stringed instrument ing to the Pensacola Herald, he April 1, of each and every year

;R.1 scores, Mr. K. M. Johns and Mrs and Harriet hitch, servedsandwiches barge. An invitation is extended Bennett Is much better. of> his own Invention. The vocal was told it would be granted "II With the exception of above

: 1j ,;' )t. F. Demoreet were found to bewinners and hot chocolate topped to all to attend.KEHItYTr.RIANH.. Mr. H. P. 'May was a. business! lumbers received well merited ap- there were no objections from the dates: I will be in the assessors of-

r' Vi'i' 1 of high, and were each II with marsh allows. : CALL PASTOR visitor to StarkeMonday. lause. A unique and original feature merchants" flee for the purpose of receiving|

.. -yt q \lpresented, a gift. I ._._ -.__ -- Miss Ida Hagan was shopping was presented by' Dr. Long The chamber Is in receipt of a I tax returns. .
saltines cake andI'r..4. 1.1..11. SUCCE$$ In Hampton Monday morning.We his brother, who entertained letter on this subject from the pub- .
P 't i; Fruit salad, At a meeting of the Presbyterian and E. W. Hayes
w hot tea was served the players, are very ,sorry to report with a violin duet and some clev- usher of a weekly newspaper in a
i congregation of Starke last Sunday County assessor of taxes|
:: I' The play "Cupld-up-to-Date, hat Miss Willie Mae Illnson is ill I
who were:: Mr. and Mrs. C. A ight Rev George II. Lowry who ed and amusing chalk drawings. live northern Florida community, ( 2-8-2 t.
,
;
i under the auspices of vlth the flu at this writing. We
"k' Knight, Mr. and Mrs. R, F. Demo- presented has been supplying the pulpit for HI'. Long also won a great deal of which outlines a condition war-
I rest, Mr. and Mrs. J. \V Andrews,, j the Eastern Star on Tuesday night several months! was extended alt wish her a speedy recovery pplause for very ceritable mus- ranting thought on the part of cit-
I the last I .
been
entertain- Mr. H, R. Hall, who has
.w ,,1 Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montleth,, was a most delightful unanimous call to bewme sic which he produced with the rus growers and producers of oth- DR. II. S. CARIIOIX
.
{ I members of the cast a visiting( relatives here!: left Mon- I
All
Mr. II. c., ment. and a numberf er commodities throughout
and a saw the
Mr. E. M. Johns the permanent pastor of the old of a pipe, Dentist
splendid tal- day to visit, relatives 'at Leesburg.!
showed
chorus
and
,. Mr. Root gave state:
"Wall.5IRKTI.SO. glass goblets!
1 hurch. The call will be presentedt ,
Mr and Mrs. II. E. Moorer of Over Corpenfng's Drug Store
two readings, "Casey at the Bat", "May I take the liberty of callIng -
FlorIda '
North -
CIKCI'K: M. TWO ent.The follows: t the meeting of the Putnam Hall were 'visiting her j Phono 3t
: 1'u' t Ol'1 cast was as Lynn Haven In which was very much enjoyed by your attention to the tact that
Cupid-Lillian Sternberg. Presbytery at this parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.'oungblood I the audience, and ns.an encore Edgar on account of town license for Office Hours: ft to :>.
It Dr. Lowry accepts '
l On Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. L. Father Time Sanford Rltch. prll. Installed Tuesday.! Guest's "Out Flshln ". Mr. merchants," the editor writes,
.e F Smith and Mrs. W. A. Colley Common Sense Blanche Al- all he will be formally Mr. James Trlest was In Starke (imitations
-
/"' later. Howard: gave some very good 'thousands of dollars worth of I
..ipP, t ow'ere Joint hostesses for. Circle Jerman. by the Presbytery 'uesday afternoon. mosultoes. -' II I
especially II
Florida
of Euatls, of insects! grown grapefruit and oranges -
: t .. No. Two ofthe, Methodist MIssion-I I Bully Extreme Joe Sauls. Dr. John F.executive Shepherd for the Synod !\II'. G. W Hinson was attending ., Mrs. Howard was! the. are yearly going to waste, I .f' .1'lIIc..I'. _, :, !III.II.I'" ._ \

rf !, ary Society, at the home Domestlca (Bully's wifeMrs.. Presbyterian and to business in Btarke Monday. 3companlst! for the evening. while thousands of people are de- I
I of Florida, was' present
i 11. Y. P. U will begin at seven
r Smith. 'The rooms were prettily I Edna Hart. the meeting of the Mrs Harper Hays, who has been nlved of the use of this fruit in FLORIDATheatre
', decorated with baskets and bowls I Dolly (Bully's Sister) Elizabeth resided over night. 'clock Saturday night. Everybody :, i-'ci"-7! ill for several weeks. :in effort to protect the merchants I

+t'' i ; of pink roses and Jupouieas. Andrews. )ugregation Sunday- Is invited to attend. lased away at eleven o'clock Saturday I tad give them the exclusive right
,
1. devotional services were I Will Steady (Dolly's Sweet- Mi. R. L. Batten and son. I
The 11.\>'fls'r night. While it was known I Ithat to sell to consumers. I
d conducted by Mrs Prescott, slj e lieurt)-Owen Orlmu.I harles, were business visitors to '
Impossible
: ,p, : her recovery was "Here In this town, very little
al, ,reading the 13th chapter of Cor. I I Cora and Dora Dumb Florence ( Rev O. P.. Raymond pastor) lampion( Monday.Mr. :yet her death came as! a shock toer I grapefruit; and oranges are conj j GAINESyiLLE

1%' ?,:t. and commenting on same. This Andrews and Mary Canova. Sunday school at 10 a. m, J. F. and Mrs R. C. Dennison I many friends in Keystone : 'limed by the public, while truck: 1

.,.,1; ,. d was followed with prayer by Mrs. Eddie and Freddie-Paul Knight ickllter, supt. were visiting relatives here Sun- I PROGRAMS!> WEEK: : : COMMKM'ING -

"L,. O. Ray of Reddick.Mra. I and Harold Sebrlng. Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: ay.Mr. : FKII. IITH
( ,' \ Rooks circle leader pre- John Scientist-Dr. B. S. Car- m. and Mrs. John Hall and -- --
p.
... the business meeting. roll. liildren, of Starke, were visiting
sided over Junior Union at 6:30: p. m MONDAYTUESDAY"STARK\
I', '''e Plans were discussed for raising Senator Ding-Mrs. C. A. Futch. Wednesday evening, Feb. 13, lends and relatives here Sunday.
% ; work. Mrs. L. D. follows: Miss Louise Padgett, Mr Geo. MAD"Another \
",a money for local The choruses were as next, the annual church roll call I
f 't' t, Green was appointed to assist the Cupids Freddie Wlmberly will be held. All members are hames; Miss Okie Hinson, and great Warner Dro all-

+ president Mrs. J. 11. Hitch in preparing Elise Green; Charleston Babies- irnestly. urged to be present to Ruth: Dennison motored to Key- talking Vitaphone Picture

.t''. ; q programs for the meetings.Mrs. Ruth Wyman, Betty Kpperson, rawer to their names. Rev. Thos: stone Sunday afternoon.Mr. WithII.

Biggs was appointed chairman Louise Lowry, Helene Dowling, anson, former pastor, will be John Jordan and sister. Lois i \\". Warner, Louise 1'tlt.III.JI1'clul.tlno ..,! .

h::1 of flower committee: for I I Rebecca Rooks, present and give an address. Jordan of McRae. were visiting jp tt Logan II. II."lthall .

i ? t, church during the mouth of Feb Chickens Senior girls-Lois ---S-- \liases Okie and Willie Mae Hln- \\'

i'', ruary. Colley, Eatelle Kendrick Virginia Many housewives report that son last Sunday.Mr. Plus

t ( r The mission study book was discussed Weeks, Dora Manning, Lena Belle their work is reduced practically 'and Mrs J, C. Koon and f Movietone :News Reel l
f
r by Mrs. Rooks and Mrs. Shepard Hazel Adklns. le-halt by having hot and cold aughter, Dorothy of Waldo spent I (It speaks right at you I

+ ,: .. r I r f Green. _.Iled-tlme...Babies Jean Davis, _.ater In the-house.--- ie_day Sunday!. with Mr. and Mrs._ I PlusMACDUFF
After the business meeting a I COMEDY

1: social hour was enjoyed, Mrs. Prices

Smith having prepared a very Interesting 13-SO Mullnee and :Night llVW!

''G', t ; contest, carrying out the

; I valentine idea. A salad coure with .WEDNESDAYZANE

j G; lieart shaped sandwiches and hot 'Ave; GERY'S"SUNSET

..: cotfeo: was served by Misses\ Lois TOINSERT I CHARACTERThe PASS"

1 Colley and Edna Stansbury.
HOLTThe
Those enjoying this meeting Starring JACK

were: Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. \ ( dressed! up cowbo' l

E. L. Dlggs, AN AD I With Complete Music S"r8Plus
"F A. Z. Adklns. Mrs.
t that '
i one quality stood
out
Mrs\ K. M. Rooks, Mrs. W. B.I above all I! '
i C ,4' in the "OUR G.\S(1" ('0)1ll: ; )
others
Mrs. W. make-up of Abraham
I i Parks !Mrs 11. M. Snyder, Lincoln : .
G. lIalle, !Mrs L. C- Prescott Mrs.[ was character. Paramount New's

r,.', r .! ( 3U F. Smith, Mrs. W. A. Coll<>y, : JUST PHONE I Prices
I '
., i Mr\ L. G. Ray and Mrs L. D. .. : ; ?: .J8 -13: Set--Matinee---and Night

st't i Green, .. His character was such that long before THURSDAY-FRIDAY ,,

--- coming to fame he
was known
31 K. AND MIIH. J. \\ ." AN- 29 to his A Flint :National \'IllIllht/nC l (
friends "
K' : REVS, JR., ENTERTAIN: as "Honest Abe. K>'n<'liroiil7e: ; I
"THE OUTCAST'.Starring r

Vases of pink and white roses His career is an undying inspiration. \ Corinne (;GrlflH
t_ a were used effectively for the card

.' ... ., v party Friday night, when Mr. and Our classified column brings real results-use it i if you I Chorus Girl Plus Corned!)

Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Jr., entertained In striving to strengthen character

,j':. \t-. Tables the were Twentieth arranged Century for bridge club. want. to buy anything. employ anybody, get a job, find an I lest step a young man or woman can make, the i I.V.5O Matinee Prices and :NlK'' 15"-::10 n


b Cc, In the attractive living; room .oft article, return a lost article, or for most any purpose- is to open a savings account and put a SATURDAY* .

the home, and a number of progressions small amount aside regularly. 0 I
The Synchronized Produnion |J
were played, scores being -
1.i' kept on tallies designed in It's so simple! Just call 29 and tell us what to put'in the "FLYING FEErW t

app .pink and white. W a.,1' .\nU.I
I Ramon :Navarro
'.4 ''e'' I. Tel At the close of the games prizes paper at Ic per word. Bradford rage a
r ', County BanII I
Set were presented to the fortunate : Plus
"i. winners Mr. N Sternberg and 11.1,11In
De, USE CLASSIFIED SUn laurel and Oliver p
,; ,,,' tor Mrs. E. L. Biggs I each received Bradford Coullly's.Finallcial Stronghold i iI a

( bight prize while Mr. and Mrs It. STARKE
G' def FLA. "LIBERTY"JMiid
F; Demorest received consolation. ,

a; The following guests enjoyed a I I !'aramou t Xow I t

..' I ,.. salad course: !\ with hot tea: Mr. and I Mat. 13-40 13-5" Ai$ i

l 0ti

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FEBRUARY 8, 1O2O
UDAV, BRADFORD OOVNTY TI LEa1LPII, 8TAR11[ FLORIDA- PAG R -n.m....."
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See the new ,ppflpg line of Hum Mrs. Geo. II. Lowry- and daughter .
Kraft Cheese :
ming Bird guaranteed hose, prices I Mrs. Juno "Wall: Wesley FLORIDA BERRIES COMMAND Company contem-
$1.00. $ $1.75 at t Stearns and John -Powell with Mr! plates establishment of several

Bits of Stump's. +nijl' N. B. Hull attended-'J) dedication HIGHEST PRICES' factories In Florida-P. S. Brown-
of Bok's Carillon and bird lee.
W. S. Bussey of Jacksonville I .
,, sanctuary Mountain lake.loll' 't Tallahassee Building :
--- permits '
was a business visitor to Stark
The following comparative data. 16.711.000 quarts; 1928. 33,081- Issued In Florida during 1928 for
Wednesday. C. II. Coulter, who has been
iDcaiNnV of the strawberry industry In Flor 000 quarts. construction of hotels and restaurants -
connected with the Division
Forestry
'
ida and Louisiana will be interest totaled nearly $4,500,000 t tJacksonville
Miss Growers of Florida! In 1926
Pearl received -
Stacey of Jacksonville here for the past year left ,I
ing to the o Murray Hill'sdrainage
strawberry of
was a week-end guest 'Of> Friday for several weeks visit to growers total of $1,930.006; 1921
Our Business
Concerning People and
Misses Pearl this section. The figures are taken, $2,001,000; 1928 1784000. project recently completed. -
and Dora Manning. points in California, after whichhe
Progress of the County and Town. will enter Michigan State Col- from "Crops and Markets" a Growers of Louisiana In 1926 i ,.
magazine Issued monthly by the, Bartow Canning plant of
Very special reduction on all lege. received a total of $7,243,000;
_. sweaters at Stump's. United States department of agriculture 1927, $3.844,000; 1928 $7,600- Hills Bros., operating full time I ; ,
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5d5 dS lib ila ci ca ca ci ta ca ciWKATHKK I. car7cacnc rsr.5 r25Z5"d = and were called to our with weekly payroll In excess of
----- 111'V.. E. White Invites those 000.For 'tf'
I1 REPORT Jacksonvyietlexall( Sundays,,, Mrs I. Lh Eubanka and little Interested In boats of any type, attention by Mr. E. M Thomas, the three year average Florida $3.000.
"woo one of local and Vero Beach Building permits
our
growers buy-
I .
daughter, of Brooker, were shopping to visit the Craftsman Shop;' opposite growers received 33 cents a
(week of Jan 30-Feb. 5, 1929 IHrtlxIny.Hnle'nt Mluh.ell'a In Starke Saturday afternoon. the Ice plant; and see a neat ers. Mr. Thomas points out, that quart against 25 .cents for I.ouU-! Issued here during 1928 totaled I""
the acreage of berries In LouisianaIn lana. ,$91,350 more than twice as muchas iI'
'
ate Max. Mln. Precip.n. Drugstore rlr; Wbrxmry.: fishing skiff being constructed
1927 .
30 65 34 -:.:.. ..;.;........* .' <- ..*.".. T > Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edwardswere there. He designs And builds row, 1928 was nearly 20,000 more California heads the list of states Miami total. f r'
than the total Florida Clyde Com.
acreage, and Steamship 1'1pany'll
in. 31 68 35 Mrs. E. E. week-end guests of Mr. and sail and motor boats, and Invites with the heaviest yield per acre,
Buraey of .Lawtey, Mrs. W. H. Struth. the average paid for Louisiana ber- Southern California's yield for new terminals formally op-
1 52 36 the Inspection of the public:
b.
35 was shopping In Starke Saturday. ries was 23 cents per quart againstthe 1928 being 5,200 quarts to the ed.
59
b. 2 62 45 Everett Clemons of Miami, wasa Mrs. Edwin Souther returned Florida average of 35 cents. acre: 1927, 5.348 quarts. Aver- Palatka -Atlantic Refining Co., is
b. 4 3 64 44 !-- lloxnll Birthday Sale at .Mitch i business visitor to Starke Mon- Friday from Jacksonville, where Florida received $1.784,000 for age price per quart 1928, 17 opens second bulk and distributing i +
b. ell's l>rug Store during 5,096,000quarts of berries pro- cents. station in this place.
44 February day. she spent several days attendingthe
68
I 5 -
b. ,
duced from 3,640 acres In 1928, Jacksonville Florida Military
Other stales with high
48 .02 -- district convention of the Py- average '
b. 6 Mrs. G. M. Inman motored to Col. D. E. Knight spent Wednesday thian Sisters.. Mrs. Southers Is the I against $7,600,000 for 33,083,000 yield per acre for 1928 and the Academy recently opened In $500- 1

I Total rainfall, ____________ .02 Ocala Friday and spent the day In Tallahassee on professional oldest past chief living of Jack- In quarts Louisiana produced the from 23,200 acres quart price are as follows: .000 Tallahassee building. South Monroe 1
business. same year. Delaware: 2700 8 cents. -
sonville Temple No.'3. quarts; (
I!Miss Florence Matthews spent Mrs. II. C. Wall left Monday fora The average yield In Florida per North Carolina: 2687 quarts; 12 street! building !housing the Vogue
acre for 1926 was 1850 quarts; being repaired at cost of $6,000, -'
ItKPOKT: OF ICE CROSS cents.
esday in Jacksonville. visit to Tampa Mi's.' J. E. Maines of Lake Buter -
he average price was 35 ('ent8.. a Pennsylvania 2620 Orlando -- Harry P. Leu, tn : quarts 14
was the guest of Mrs D. E. ;
home for A meeting the,Red Cross total value per acre of cents will build $30,000 office. and ware-
(Sammy Sternberg was Mrs.\ (}. A. Anderson; of L'awtey, Knight Friday. was $647.50'1
Louisiana house ,
week-end. held in the Methodist church, produced 1350 South Carolina: 2400 quarts; \2 plant
was In Starke Wednesday, I. to the acre at an average price of ...
Mrs. Ida Wells Tatum of Jacksonville Starke, Florida, Sunday afternoon.Mr. cents. -
lltrxall Kale bgtclr. Henry Reed,' field 29 cents, a total value per acre of Alabama: 2200 16 it
J Birthday at Beautiful new silk speut's veral days of this representative quarts;
J'H Drug Store luring :February. underwear week with her daughter, Mrs. R. J. of Jacksonville, was present $391.50.The cents. r
at Stump's and a Inspiring address, average yield In Florida per Arkansas sold 21,773,000 I
Davia. ,.. .. gave very Quarts] Say it with Flowers
a Mrs. O. A. Andfeu.of Stuart, Is complimenting the chapter on the acre for 1927 was 1875 quarts; In 1928 at an average of 10 cents. r
ire on a visit with relatives. Mrs E. L. Biggs and Mrs J. C. Have you seen the evening splendid work done In the past the average price was 29 (cents a Delaware, 12,528,000 quarts at8 Flowers For All

Adklns were In Jacksonville Mon dresses at Stump's. two months, also for services ren- total value per acre of $543.15.Loul81ana cents. Kentucky: 11,430,000 quartsat
New spring dress goods on dlsy day. dered two ex-service men and their produced 792
\ at Stump's.Mr _. Lester Zelgler; representative of families during the past! two the acre at an average price of quarts at 7 cents New Jersey, !

Gossard Corsets, girdles, combinations !- the Gulf Life Insurance Co., of I weeks. It was decided at this meetIng 23 cents, a total value per acre of 15,232.000 quarts at 10 cents. 1
Gertrude
and Mrs. E. II.: Smith visited and brassieres at Stump's. Gainesville, was visiting friends in to open an office for the Red $182.16. Oregon 15,000.000> quarts at 7 Godbey ;
Starke Wednesday afternoon. 'Cross In the town if a suitable The average yield In Florida per cents. AndersonPhone
Mrs J. II. Lord and Miss Fan- place could be obtained free of acre for 1928 was 1400
nie Lord spent Tuesday In Gaines- G. A. Marcotte and Miss Lena rent. Last week an appeal was the average price was 35 cents a of any state during 1928, a total -
I ENT A WORD ville. Marcotte of Orange Park, spent made for funds to carry on the total value per acre of $4 90.00.) of 20.490 acres yielding 28- 89 Waldo. Fla. I j

Sunday In Starke with the Mar- work. So far the following dona- Louisiana produced 1420 quarts to 212,000 quarts, bringing an aver- I 'YOt1i11n0AC9flt2flAt0t7tAt7t011tJf9Jt1CC7iAlACACB'9t7tilt
I 9 r Chickens wanted. J. F.: Kick ,cotte family. tions have been received: the acre at an average price of 23 age price of 11 cents a quart. '
COLUMNJWINQ liter.d I Mrs Paul Cunova. $1.00. cents, a total value per acre of --- -- .. T ------ .--- ----- -. .__..

' SOLICITED-Fancy an<, 1 -- Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Greenare Mrs S. Courtney, $1.00. i327.98.. : : ::! : () '}/ / -CfiD01fJStOt;) ftAS- :>mUUl'llOO' () ) }qI

plain satisfaction guaranteedMrs. I. Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. Alice receiving congratulations over J. M. Mitchell $2.00() }Florida in 1926 had a total I" -

|l P.; B. Hunt, Hampton, Flal11U,. Shepard' spent Friday in Gaines the arrival of daughter, Monday, E. C. Tappen, $1.00. acreage of 2,980; 1927, 3.ISO( ( I
ville. Feb. 4th. Miss Etta Tyson, COc. acres; 1928, 3640( acres. jc\\ 4li ,
Circles of baptist church, '$1.50.> Louisiana, In 1926 had a total (

ill SALE-5 horsepower motor'. Mrs. M. E. Edwards left Sunday Garden and field, seeds, A. A. C. Collected by G. M. Inman, $11. acreage of 18.590); 1927, 21,000 I IIj j
(220 v, 3 phase, 80 cycle, 175(Q for Gainesville, where she will visit Fertilizers, Cole Planters and fertilizer County Commissioners, $10. ucres. ; 192S, 23,200 acres. I IL&1IDWARE- ,I'II '
i pm. Inquire at Bradford County Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Adklns. distributors, River's double L. C. Powell, wood. Florida, in 1926, produced a too
| Telegraph. / stock plows at White's. 2-8-eowtf. Mrs. John Uglow, clotlilne. tat of 1 5.513,000> marts; 1921, a- IIIe ,JII
-- Am expecting e Giant String- We wish to thank the doctors BOO.000 quarts; 1928, 5,096,000 I .;I II

ANS WANTED-Will furnlsl tless and Tennessee Beans this Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilkes of for their! kind and 1 generous services warts I II I
(Tennessee Green Pod Bean See d week. J. F. Klckltter. .Jacksonville, were guests; of Judge always ready to help In j, Lonlsfunii, In 1926, produced n'' ::1 lIUUIBSTQUALITY HARIWAKE THE '
and hampers and pay you $40.0<0 and Mrs A. Z. Adklns over the needy cases. The citizens appreciate -I total of 24,975,000 quarts; 11)27.) i
per ton for your beans deliverernt I lte:all Birthday Male nt Mit<'h- ,week-end. having; such a splendid medical LOWEST{ PRICKS IN TOWN

Lawtey. Only a few seed tc) ell's Drugstore"" during l-VI>ruarj. staff. The Red Crown! chapters 'local chapter of Rod Cross. C i

j ut out' this way and to respon Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and organized to help civilian families :tation van be given to Mrs H, DeWITT C. JONES !:

hible farmers only. (No Republi. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins laughter, Margaret, of Gainesville, as well as soldiers and navy young, treasurer, or Mrs. n.! no-j'' ': Hardwareiu.Hsamnaooooowctt.tf.M.O'.KJW
can need apply.) J. L. Harrell. and Mrs M. E'' Edwards were in ipent Sunday in Starke with rela- men so we need the full co-opera- laymond, secretary r

1-25-4t.. Gainesville Friday. .Ives. tion of all our citizens to help carI I:ounty chapter Ited Cross < .
) ) : ) ) ) )(:: ;:) :) } )
ry on the work. At present we ,-
l 11 SALE-1,000 pounds pecans. Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr., of Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned from have ninety members our chapter "'

Come: and see me. E. J. Lewis,, Baldwin( spent Friday. with. Mrs. Tampa Monday after several days why not Join NOW, and make I
fetarke, Fla. 2-1-tf H. C. Wall. visit with her parents, Mr. and It one hundred. a We'need you in
.
.-- Vlrs. A. C. Durden. our work. Many people In the I
fll RENT OR .SALE-New cottage Kexall' ItirtlKlay "Sale' nt Mltili- town do not understand the difference .- He Knew

t six rooms sleeping porch,,, ell's", DrilK Stow lining Ffl>ruarj. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and between membership and ? ,

{+ath. Address Elmer Lazone, ---.. ions, Woodfln and Jack, spent donating!: toward the chapter. I '
Clarke, Fla. 2-1-21* Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. II. would like to explain for the bene- The Value of ;
and daughter Patsy Ilulth, were Icltugh. at Hastings. fit of those who do not know ,
yT-- pair spectacles in leather in Palatka Saturday. --- When you Join the lied Cross +_

|c ase; reward..--C.-A. Fuch--,-It- Mr. and Mrs. Tate Powell and I and pay your membership fee ofPl.OO

It SALE OR RENT-Eighty- Stay Green Cucumber seed in on, Tate'powell, Jr.. and wife of :$ that enrolls you for one .. t' THRIFT'I

sere farm ready for planting; original pound packages. J. F. acksonvllle! were guests Sundayif year only=fifty cents of that dollar '."
Kick liter. if )Lucy Powell. to Red Cross/ headquarters< .. .. .. .. \
our miles north of Starke; 1 %! C goes/; -- -, ---- ------- .
niles from hard road, V. mile I it Washington!: -fifty cents stays ,'i'1
rom graded road and school Col. E.yM. Johns was attendingto ; Miss Kate Struth Is spendinghis here in our local chapter In mak-

!''us; 2 acres of strawberries, 25> business In Leesburg Friday and t week in Jacksonville visiting ing donations such' ns $5.00 or I +

)lead of stock cattle. J. J. Hh Saturday.Sen., her sister, Mrs. Laurie Edwards I more-one dollar of that makes I LINCOLN \ ;
and, brother $4.50: stays here I .,
lon, Starke. 2-ltf. Wm. Struth. you a member-- .
A. D. Andrews of Lake Butler for: local work, If you do not wish I' ii T1F- ')' through necessity In eavlygft ''

>lt SALE -- The berries of one was a. business visitor to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby spent to: become a member, the chapter ( i-f I*
acre of Missionary plants for a Starke Tuesday. Sunday afternoon In Gainesville keeps the five dollars In the treasury I life, learned thoroughly one$ V: ,

easonable cash price, to be had, Y(siting their son, Charles, who isa fifty cents per member Is the IIJ
fertilized and mulched. From Orders taken for tailor-made student of the University of only I IIorlda. I amount that goes to Washington ''dl II I ; of the most valuable lessons

1'ebruary to June. II. G. Stroh- !1214tf.III Its. Fit guaranteed. M. Levlton. I _from any amount_ given the I ItmCICJ "...... lifeThrift: ; And in; later

eldt. Starke, Fla; 2-l-2t* QLFfJC1tOfKFiIIOCIIIIDfJC81t4tQtli: ) I M

ill RENT-Two--- houses, well Ioluted. Col. Joe- Hill Williams of Lake i Ii years, even though it was not

Hoover-Futch Company, Butler was a visitor to Starke 111 so necessary, he kept closely!

'tarke. Fla. 21tf. Wednesday I Choice StrawI berry Plantsproved 1
''I
--- ,, to his early training and practiced -
Ill I
SALE-Farm of 18 acres. Tom Watson, Florida Favorite w 1
)i>od for general farming. Cheap and Stone Mountain melon seed. J. I'i I thrift. It is a habit that| :.

[or cash. A. Stobo, Starke, Fla.28.4t'. F. Klckllter. have plenty of good Improved | Missionary and Im- I will benefit us all. ;;v:

I The Y. W. A., will meet at the !J Klondike, berry plant s all from young beds state I 1 j
ill SALE at a bargain the old home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman Friday j "

}dom farm.at Providence. Fla., afternoon at 5 o'clock. i inspected and passed; we ca rry :Florida permit to ship
|posite l the Duncan and Drlg- ,

peri store. Suitable place for Iloxall Illrtlitluy Sale at Iltt'h-., \ into your state. We can fill any order at 1000, $2.75; ))1 Bank of Starke t
FebruaryMr.
i'il station, lunch room or other (['IT* OrujcStow during I I

llslness. Plunty fruit and peon 5000 lots or more, $2.50 per t housand. _For. 50 years thee
trees; good houae. Will sell and Mrs. Frank Hoover and r j i

I heap all or any part of It. Call i son, Don, spent Sunday at Daytona word Bauer, has stood for th best berry plants grown, A ROLL OF HONOR BANK

lit farm or address Wm. Gould- 3each. t :.
jfiig II, F. D. No.1 Lulu, Fla. It* : ;: and today we still produce tl he very best. We hope to E. S. MATTHEWS .
I Chufas, all varieties Cora, Ford Pres. II. J. DAVIS, Cashier ,
j
() ) FARM FOR RENT-Good Hook Limas Ked Bliss Potatoes have your orders. jj j
Peanuts and all varieties .
once 1 mile from school, Must fancy Florida ,
I seed. J. F. Klckllter.I i i
Ad- garden I
ave horse and work grove.
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peas Box 464, Starke Fla. 2-Stf I Mrs. D. C.. Jones of'Gainesville .
'I I Mr. and J. A. BJUDSONIA. A.UERIK. --- ----- ---- -- ---- --- ---r------ -
.
\\l SATrBarred Rock eggs spent Saturday In

'or hatching; 75c per setting of' Starke. STAKKE FOLKS /:// J. K. Cor/ieninff ;
ID In
5. delivered In Starke. Phone AI ., BOX 10 JB i .
2-W. 2-8-21. I I Mr.dif;; ;;. Lewis Silver of I ; !
.. fi
visitors to Starke
Brooker, were I ':!GW = WHAT MAKES YOUR 1louR. A5K: '" ME q; YOU GO DOWN
(\NTED -- Five bushels good Wednesday. afternoon.- -.-._.-- -Ira'- -- ___ _,_'_ -__ : .......... WHERE I
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-- ----- BEARD GRoWPoP QUE'3T40Mc A FEW. X BUY SHAVING
MY
lonest Democrat or Republican : .. m'I'
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'_: : : :. _: : :. _. .. '
!eed beans. No narrowmlnded ,: ,,; ,. : :: : I /MAk MY 5O MY TH/MOS-THEY CAN I ;
'r prejudiced Democrat need seen -r--- J 4,
BEARD GRGW BEARDWILL ; ANSWER.

A. M. Blanchard. ,Lawtey.2-8-21* CITY BARBER SHOP ; '-7----: GRoW ;+; -S AN'I ALMOSTAT! I'

pOP! r ;

TICE -Furniture made and re- HAS NEW MANAGEMENT ODRPEM ING'SSTORE I r',
sired, upholstering done, old
urnlture worked over. Cabinet oRUG I JJ

ifttl boat work specialties. All ,
In Prices
pork guaranteed at Craftman Change J ,; ;I J JI
'hop, Cherry street opposite Ice l

>lant, W. E. White, prop. 2-8- I
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Jt* Haircut 40c Shave, 20c

We'll answer one question right here-"Where is :
ST mark'd Corpening'a
-One red spotted gilt, Drug Store

crop two split one ear crop the drug store of absolute dependability?" Here'sthe
Tonic 15 and 20cA
pUt other ear. Reward for re- "The Service Store
urn. E. B. McKInney Starke.It .
HERE Things to
answer- help your appear-
TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK Starke, Fla. "
-$I It ance-and health.,
SALE, Onjfe. secondhand i. t
'be-rolet touring car. Good I

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I i Florida TruckShipments ,Urge Higher Against J J )

I To Save U. S. Beet Sugar Industn How to Raise Poultry !

Farmers & Farming I For ..... .,. I .'* By Dr. L. D.LeCtar, V.S., St.Lout. Mo. t\ ':_ .f

-I Onl.Vlo Veterinary '
Ih.I.rC..risawaduat.os6iw l
f r I January Heavy CoII..JtI9Z-1hl..,.....Tttrofretalnarlpraeac. II
I Burro of Ii.! Mock and poultry. Eminentuthorirv
Editor on
(By Agricultural ) ra
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I -,.-- '- .- on pmilirv.... stack. ni.m* Nationally
i I I known poultry breeder. Noted author, d 1 lecmror.I .
,Cabbage Pepper fr im Unusually I ..

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I LarlC' II I I I Article VII important because without

t of Farm Experiences and Methods Found I Cabbage and peppers dominatedthe I i Tin MCW A-M-C OK mineral elements of the fowtlon '_'

I To Be Best Suited to Our Country Florida truck shipments for 1 POULTRY RAISING: intended to supply bOil ,a,
IlL. m I __
the latter part of January. accordIng i shell will simply
egg pass th
I The Question of Vil-aminra and) JU
to the Issued the *
crop report
the system unused. In
Their Value In Poultry Furling u
'
last of that month by II. A. Marks, I
Farmers Should Outlook For HogsIs federal agricultural!: statistical I Is of Paramount Importance. I Ij chicks this appears as "leg we\ ,

His report on truck crops follows: I ness" or, more properly, r. 'HOlder

Take Bearings Reported Good BEANS: Movement of Florida I j Editor's Note-This Is another, fowls show a similar wen
story In a series of 52 stories on:
when they are not
ness
beans continues light with most of I gcttl
; For New YearWhen the shipment coming from Brow*I poultry raising' written by the well enough'vitamlne D. They win\ alay

The hog outlook for 1929 Is ard county. Planting In Broward xL known national poultry authority, eggs with soft or extrem>

favorable. That Is the way the county has practically ended. .wan.. Dr. L. D. LeGear. V. S.. of St. thin shells. Their eggs will a''

the sailor goes out td sea, situation is summed up in the out- While possibly three-fourths of the j' aeer slutesy Louis. The entire series will appear prove deficient In hatching qu

look report Just issued by tbe In this Our readersare
paper.
be always reads all the available leason's.crOp has already moved .
United States Department of Agriculture !t Lt's urged to read them carefullyand Itles.A peculiarity of vitamlne
D
sign and takes his bearing from shipments will continue into
and that is the opinionof j t clip them out for future ref.
that It be formed both
time to time. Farmer who are March. In the Lake Okeechobee can in t

1 at the helm of the good ship "Ag A. P. Spencer vice director of section planting of beans has continued erence. feed or In the bodies of the blr
agricultural extension work in
riculture" might do well to emu- rapidly for the past two i themselves when exposed to dirt
Florida who has just returned "Professor, inquired a studentIn
: It must be
sunlight. direct
late the example ot real sailor and weeks. Present shipments are su
from the outlook conference in one of our agricultural colleges,
take their bearings near the beginning light but a decidedly heavier movemeat light, however as only I the ultr
Washington.A "you we don't know what vl-
of the new ,el-r. In farm- should begin about March 1. say violet rays produce vitamine D a,,
number of factors have helpedto tamines are; then how do we '
I in*;, most of the readings Into the Concerning the planting of beans: they cannot pass through ordloa
bring this condition! about Mr. know there are any "Do you
future are charted from the experiences for spring shipment from Palm window glass. The part play,
Spencer says. For one thing thereIs know what life is?" retaliated the
of the recent past and.the Beach county north, there is still by ultra-violet rays in develop!)
a reduced number of hogs on Instructor. When the pupil admit
conditions at present. Fortunately, { considerable doubt. It seed can this necessary vitamlne has be.
I
farms[ at present, the storage supplies i' ted that he did not, the professor established
the United States Department of be procured an acreage about like definitely by expel

{ Agriculture which U In position to I are smaller and the demandIs I I last year la likely to go!: out. However .+r ewe Fim roes v crisply retorted. "Still you're reasonably meats In the University of Kanse
better both in the domestic and that you're living
gather a large amount of seed Is very scarce and with sure flees which were kept away fro
_' foreign markets. All these facts aren't ?" In that reply lies the
6 ; 'tion to. aid the farmer Informa-j, I most of the spring acreage still DENVER.: Colo.-Unless Congress' and selling it at pre-war prices a you natural sunlight but exposed .
taken together Indicate that Florida
!: of
key to understanding
his bearings, has Issued an annual to go out there Is considerable t levies a higher sugar duty against serious crisis has been precipitated. a proper minutes dally to artlfically pr

outlook report. It Is quoted here. I I' farmers will do well to plan to I doubt as to just how much seed I Cuba every beet sugar producing This may seem in favor of the con- the subject of vitamines by poultryraisers. duced ultra-violet rays laid a no

The outlook for citrus indicates have hogs to sell this year according ,will be available for planting. company tn the United State wtU sumer but It 1* an unsound eco True, we don't know what mal number of eggs with sat!
to Mr. Spencer. eventually be put out of bvielnc nomic condition but know what they
; in : of injurious to those they are we hatchability.
a considerable Increase acreage CABBAGE: The shortage factory
I Farmers having marketable hogs and 100.0OO American: farmers will! engaged In sugar beet culture an I wail; accomplish and that is the,
of bearing oranges and grapefruit, northern cabbage has stimulated As previously mentioned, Ci
tx of a that
p during the early spring and early deprived crop returns ultimately work to the disadvantageof main thing after all.
- % with consequent Increase of production planting in Florida and the total them 5O.OOO.OOO annually according both producer and consumer. Liver Oil contains vita mine D arIf
f fall of this year may expect top
Of the four known A
vltamiaes..
,
; l under good weather condl- ; The acreage planned: is now around 6- to a bulletin Issued here by the The consumer': guarantee of a ccitmnatlon mixed In the same proportion
Mr.
tion If production greatly excessive -'' prices. Spencer says. pointto GOO acres compared with 2,900 last Mountain>> States Beet Grower Marketing of cheap augute B, C and D. proper understandingof recommended for supplying vit

lower price may be ex I emphasize is the planting of year. This Is about like the acreage Association. preservation of a domestic supply. the functions of the first and mine A, It will supply the oth>

pected. feed crops. Profits will be small to usually planted a few years "Domestic sugar producers are Without a domestic sugar supply 10 fourth Is of paramount importance one also. The oil is not an all*
I those feeding out low grade hogs faced with ever Increasing production check foreign competition housewife to poultry raisers. The other two
,l Market prospect for strawberries back but double that of recent gether dependable source of vet
and buying; most of their feed. A costa ays the bulletin "yet Ie I at the mercy of extortion may be Ignored. as B Is present In I
: are fairly good, but acreage years. The Increase Is partly due the tariff that mine D, however. Some grades d
, rotation! of crops that will keep once expressed a fair sugar prices."Fe. the outer covering of all grains
excessive. The watermelon acreage increased in the sec not contain etiough of it to be
will be If to acreages rt to the domestic producer afford countries in the world producing i
hogs growing necessary
and chickens do not 1
to
seem nee<
one-1
should be reduced from Florida farmers are to take advantage tions usually planting this crop totally inadequate protection at the : sugar In any great quantity any real value. So. whether jro

tenth to one-fifth or low prices and partly from sections not usually present Urn. Cuba's! excessive sugar have as low a tariff as the United: vitamlne C at all. feed oil or not. see that your tow

may result. The cabbage outlook of the favorable situation growing cabbage in quantity production, turned out at low eau: State The present Inadequate tariff ; If feed Is deficient In vitamlne A. get as much sunshine as posslH

I* bright for the present. A mod-I,facing them at the present.. Mr. such as Hastings, the lower East and shipped Into this country under favoring the foreign producer U a disease called nutritonal rout p Let them out in the open whet
'spencer says.State a preferential rate hangs Ilk a cloud causing American: capital to make: Investment develop. Mature birds affected
.1 ....t-n- ....... toroot "nl.',.. Coast and the section of Palm may ever possible. Shelter them in t th
threatening the American market tn foreign sugar enterprise in this will die In fro
would not.C.tI7; upset the mar Beach county along Lake Okee- Wltn toM beet way m open front type of house and ket
sugar producer rather than In our own
Plant four to twelve months and
ket. A smaller acreage of early I Board chobee. making sugar at present day coeu: country." ions It open as much as the weathc
chicks In from four to weeks
t potatoes should supply the demand CELERY: While the Increase It eight will permit. When the house mute
4 this and bring better prices. Always at War With Since feeding the proper ration olvitamlne f ,
year I acreage of celery In Sarasota is not tares closed totally or in parj.jnstea
and feed
Seaboard is Important. A. considerable
The bean acreage; will likely be Increased as large as seemed probable earllei Will Extend 'mean.1'ery of glass use the new glass subst

about 10 percent and this Plant Bootleggers In the season It Is still expected to I Let us all pull together to make protection against this disease tutes, which allow the ultra vlolt
I
I* probably as much as It should run about 600 acres over that ol t Aid Cattlemen our north Florida territory more it may be seen that a propel rays to pass through. Then you

I last year. For the entire state,, profitable by building up the dairy understanding of the sources ol f hens will be healthy and strong
be.jleavy More than of this Important vitamlne Is something -
one type bootleg
production! of in
grapes there are around 6100 acres com and livestock industries They will lay more plentifully!
the West is In for severalyears I ger exists In Florida according to With the cattle tick being fast along permanent worth considering
prospect pared with 5350 for the past sea and then eggs will hatch better and tb
l A. C. Brown, assistant : succeuluilines. Vitamlne A la produced in all\]I
that Florida quarantine eliminated the
to come so son. through counties of chicks will be free from; man
Inspector' for the State Plant E. M. NIX plants that grow in sunlight and I
stiffer !
expect competition
grower may PEPPERS: Broward count north Florida the livestock and .eaknes8e.
4n future. A considerable I I Board. The type In which Mr. : Agricultural Agent. Jacksonville, Is stored in the part that shows a,
with around 3000 acres of peppers I Thus it appears that the subJe
dairy industries Florida. Seaboard Air Line Railway
are rapidly comIng
Brown Is especially Interested Is, green or yellow color at maturity.
Increase in acreage ot peanuts has nearly double the acreage of a of vitamines Is a fairly simple ones;
F would not oversupply tile market. !I that group of people who smuggle rear ago. Movement in volume Into their own. The livestockand Agricultural e Department. I Thus we find it in yellow corn the I after all. Even if nobody doer

Corn prices are likely to be lower. j plants Into the state and In this from this section Is now ready to]. dairy Industries have a pro Encouraging prospects of obtainIng outer leaves of cabbage the leaves I know anything about their then;

The outlook for cigar types ot I way Jeopardize the whole horticultural begin and will probably amount to I er place In north Florida especial early federal aid In projected of alfalfa and similar plants. In leal makeup It is easy to see ho-

tobacco appears favorable while Industry of Florida. around 10 cars dally. Later acre. 1 y dairying It being an essential flood control and cross-state waterway yellow carrots and In sprouted they work and how to utilize thee '|

the acreage ot flue-cured tobacco I The horticultural developmentof ages are still in doubt. Supply Industry. developments in the Lake oats, if they are sprouted in th valuable properties in the prop

should be reduced. the state for thepast 10 years and Semi Okeechobee and Caloosahatchee presence of enough sunlight to Insure -
t of plants for Manatee We are anxious to see it expandon : nourishing of the poultry flock \
The price for eggs will prob- I, might be traced by reading the nole counties are above those of a a sure and safe basis In north I area reported to the board of governors a good green color. Any other (Copyright. 1929

ably be lower for some months : files of the Plant Board Inspectors year ago and while exact:! figuresare Florida, and It Is with this Idea ; of the Fort Myers Chamber kind are value --a. These are by Dr. L. D. LeOear. V. 5.1 i iSeven
during that time states Mr. Brown'in not the only source .,f vitamlne A,
while poultry should command not available an increase In lu! mind that this article has been (of Commerce Saturday night by WP. .
1919 and and 1920 there but they are the ones principally!
was a ordinary range stee.
higher prices. Franklin the chamber's reprei -
acreage is expected. prepared, hoping that in a measure -
The hog outlook for 1929 Is favorable -, great development ot the avocado I Tomatoes: Lower East Coast Wit can assist those InterestedIn i sentatlve at a recent flood control used in poultry feeding. Strangely I made an average dally gain of LZ

I. as Is that for beef cattle. Industry In the southern part of |planting early highland tomatoes planning for a a sane and sure conference and' hearing at Wash enough, drying does not affect the j pounds each for 210 days, in feet

e II It seems that beef cattle are approaching the state. An organized effort was I was unusually heavy this season growth!: of their dairying and livestock t ington.Dedication. vitamlne content of vegetable products I Ing trials conducted at the Florid
mad to smuggle Mexican avocado a fact which accounts for
the peak of their price with total of close to 3000 acres enterprises. I I Experiment Station. The steer
t seeds Into the state despite the 'I a of a group ot buildIngs ,the value of alfalfa hay and meal,
cycle, and this Is not a very good 'compared with 500 acres the preceding Good pastures Is the first essen- were pastured on a well-fertilize

time to start into the cattle business fact that the seed from Mexico season. The main crop in tial factor in planning tor success- ( at Moosehaven near Jacksonville when used for winter feeding. pasture and received no other fee..
| were under federal I brought to a close the national Another valuable source of vita-
quarantine
3 on a large scale.lVblle Dade and Broward counties IS ful dairy or livestock farming. One except minerals.
brief summary due to the presence In Mexico of convention of the Moosaheart mine A Is Cod Liver Oil. When a"
only a very comparedwith
around 15,000 acres cannot buy feed crops and make
of the outlook Is given, here, i i' the avocado weevil, a very destructive 11.000 acres harvested a milk a* cheaply as when the feeds |legion which had been in session sufficient quantity of the products Every child likes to have a plat

should assist Florida farmers pest. the 'three days. Governor Carlton Lester mentioned above cannot be obtained preserved especially for his an.
U Of this acreage are grown on the farm. Any month toys
I The next bootlegging year ago. { W. Bloch, grand regent of the Cod Liver Oil at the tate of
in planning their cropping operations plant !: era 5.000 acres first planted from during the early spring Is a good {treasures. A small closet Id a
i legion! ; Mayor William F. Broen- about 2 per cent may be added to
for 1929.:! being Ideal place for such
i which shipments are now time to prepare land for seeding purposes.
"ev-ery of who substituted
e and Ing. Baltimore the mash to provide the necessaryvitamine
made is showing a light yield permanent pasture The following
ROME IMIMIOVKMKNT: : Florida became: Interested in sat- i for Secretary of Labor James J. A content and also the Stuart
;
much of this acreage is In poor mixture will make a splendid 9112.500 contra ;
There demand for Davis and Wallace A. Me Bo wan. equally valuable vitamin D.
sumas. was a i
condition. The outcome of the grazing pasture In north Florida. ( awarded for construction of Ma

a Kitchens trifoliate seed and stock and for later plantings is still In doubt but Eight pounds of Carpet grass. 8 supreme dictator of Moose were Vitamin D. just mentioned is I tin county's newcourthouse..
jl; (By Virginia P. Moore.) aatusma bud from Pensacola toJacksonville better the principal speakers.
materially
Is expected to be pounds Dallas grass, 4 pounds
Mr*. Clara H. Harris of Bonita that far exceeded the I' e
y than for the early plantings. Including !A pedu. These grasses) do best Florida dairymen ought not to .

'{sec1 1 supply, according to Mr. Brown. the light shipments from when sown oa a well prepared seed purchase hay but if they do they
Again the bootlegger were called
, the early upland croP. shipmentsare i I might save a lot of aou.;y by getting -
bed.In
provement Into service and for several
s years between ...500.ad :
1 expected to run addition to the pastare grasses acquainted with the grades
the most attractive kitchen, anyj -I the of the State '
efforts Plant BRABLEY'SFERTILIZERS
for the season. the would.do well to'
I 5.000 ears dairymen and terms used to designate the
+ where. She did so much to improve -! Board Inspector were directed towards '
... 1\ Movement should increase after plan to grow other feed crepe as grade of hay as defined by the
It. She already had water these contraband
keeping February 15. but la not expected ;Napier grass, velvet bean, corn United States Department of agriculture.
13 Ink and sewerage, so she changed material out of the state. beforeMarch.
16 reach heavy volume and cow peas.etc. .
the natural lighting also the artl- I
h The next clash between the
River and St. be coniider-
1 In Indian The second factor to
1' :Heal lighting in her kitchen. Shereceiled the
; bootleggers!: and Plant Board
there Is some shifting teed I la planning successful dairy
1 Lucie counties Studies carried on by the agronomy -
the wall and with .
ceiling a* related by Mr. Brown occurred : 'of acreages, but the total Is not industry Is the herd. We need to department of the Florida
wall-board. which was enameled a I "A A
/ during the boom day of 1924,1326. QUALITY"MECHANICAL
expected to run over the 1.900 Increase the production of the Experiment station for the past
light She carried out a color
grey. Coconut and royal palms
For In herds In north Flor-
season.
acres harvested last cows our two years Indicate: that fertilizers,
scheme of her favorite (colors the were much In demand for ornamental -
'', Manatee county 4.000 acre will Ida. The "boarder" cow* should particularly nitrate, greatly increase
ot' I
of the moss and the red .
grey purposes. Coconut trees CONDITION
ne : probably be the maximum with be culled out. cow of good records the growth of pasture
the hibiscus.! Her old congoleum!: from the West Indies were under the I I means a lot to the
should the herd Purebred
from 3.100 to 3.800 acres be kept In grasaes.Blrstol. grower. Every
she painted a dark grey, her enamel I|(!i quarantine from the Federal Hor- E
In the
planting. sires with high production I I bag of
probable Bradley's is in
ware (a birthday present).! more II perfect mechanical
[l UeiUtural Board and the State of
most record their the
Lake Okechobee section on pedigree are !I Construction started
I* red. She made containers tor Plant Board because ot the condition.A grade for
1''i presence the land usually planted to tomatoes I kind that will Improve the herd. ;| for S50.000 high school: building. every
coffee tea. flour sugar and breadof of coconut bud beside; and
rot Is now available. The acreage Let us eliminate the "scrun" bullsas crop every soil condition. Come
marshmallow boxes and a lard 1 lesser disease and iosecta. The
I likely to be abouUk.. that fast as possible.So ; in and discuss your fertilizer
tand. which she enameled a medlam .,I bootlegger!: was again called Into :' of ago. I much for the futare of a sncce -I lems with probe
of with knob and a year us.
shade conference Mr. and
grey says Brown
releasedon sfnl la north
dairying industry
I estimate
I The cabbage
Her curtains givedi !! For colds
red.
names la while Plant Board inspectors did grip
Florida 6.500 Florida. ;Now last a few lines regarding
28 shows .
an added touch of beauty: and the '!! Intercept many. shipment of contraband -: on Louisiana winter cabbage; I' begs and beef cattle for J. W. While & Son G. W. Roberts "-

nest of tables, one of which has a'I nut and tree, no doubt acres bage&J340 acres and Texas 19.300 north Florida. W* have thousand, and flu take 1 Dealer.

from an old washstand {quite few smuggled, insects ,
marble top |I a were I total ot 34.040 acres. Last of acre of undeveloped unused

serve as a great convenience savemany and all. Into the stale. i t.acres a these states were estimated land throvgh north Florida. Many I II Starke Lawtey
&' eason
a moment for her family and One of the latest report of the at 2&.S90 urea of these lands do not yield Alliborr-d ".\ A QC.\1.IT'.eWIa.' .... '.

'In/ the public, which she serves so activities of the plant bootlegger acres.o enough revenueto pay the taxt'a.fucb ,

graciously In her dab activities.t tells of the arrival ot a man. from l' ) of these idle lands could be

t Mrs. Harris adroit In her storythat Cuba recently with- quite a few F-::1 turned Into pasture for grating

her kitchen was ratZ.r 'hec, grapefruit. He gave a few sam.Iples ; \ R3M beet cattle aced bos Toed beef : I

tI **. and above all ugly but now to a grower living la the extreme ; Look for l'hi*
tic. I I can be produced In Florida. and ),I I It..yourguarantee
r since It I* beautiful! and convenient -', Southern part of the state I!, this should become a prominent TRAn[ alA11K RtO. seal on the back .t

abe hate to leave home. She and proceeded to Sebrlng. Upon i I Following Is a list of farm talks and profitable part of oar livestock I j of every beg of quality

has added to many other room In ,examination it was found that the I to be broadcast from station Industry. The beet cattle market

the house because she say Im- fruit alone had seven maggot It I,WRUF during the week ending Is now in strong position and the .

proving ..tallloua.: i* assummed that the balance of February 13. The farm program l future prospects look good.

Lee county bad twenty-fire women _' the fruit possibly Infested with I Lauren from C:JO to 1 pw m.. eastern j production ot hogs In north Relieve the Congestion, I.

carrying; a < Ida has long ago been ....Th.1 prevents complications, : :

q4 Kitchen Improvement In 192S. The on to the Ridge section and Ia 244 meter, successful enterprise. M and hut",_ recovery.i 1 "j' Ck :

work wa brought to a climax by a 'scattered: among people in that I Feb. 9-"Some Change Needed ,thought to production of good pas- \t[ j,

-Kitchen Tonr" to nee the kitchen ;real citrus producing section. in Farm Practice In North Flor tI I
--
which had been Improved Seventy a : Ida.- J. Lee. Smith district agent, i 1- : I J. R. DAVIS &
Apalachlcola's new water supply : Ij CO.
_ people Tlslted the kitchen I I Agricultural Extension Service.Feb. '

)r j of other women. This work wa i well provided through the sale of 11 "Chla_ Agricul We can charge J ;
SIO.OOO In bonds baa been completed your
a done under the leadership of Miss ture" Protestor G. E Ritchey, College YES 8 HKS
and I* now ready for use. ti
home demonstration I of Agriculture. INSURANCEAGENCY
county
if Mae Slke.
,say the Time of that city. Sam- STORAGE BATTERY ID(
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agent of Lee county.Next ;I plea of water taken from the well Feb. 13.- A. Visit to the Potash II'Smith's
week there will be questions Mine of Germany," Dr. V T t
c ( were sent to the State Board of
to make one think oa Kitchen Health, for bacterial examlttaUOlI1 I Jackson: auociate professor otChemUtry ESTABLISHED 1886 I i',
University of Florida.
Imp .at.)
several .
days ago received

l Miami--Municipal. airport- formally the board endorsement a* Pmnta Gorda-=- Improved, Hotel'j' Garage Starke ; STARKE FLA.

I dedicated. being of excellent qaality. I Charlotte Harbor,opened to ..Wk.

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.41'. FEBRUARY 8. 102O- nnantv\nn nowrvrv TELEGRAPH. RTARKFL FLOnID" PAGE flKVTCNINKERS ::1

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: l "BOOSTER HIGH" The red. the white and blue, ate. that thin ordinance *hall be In full I Southeant quarter and the East half
NATIONAL MOVE FOR force and erect from and after the I nf Southeast itiarter of Section
So bravely we shall protect her Declaring he was not assailing: date of Its and approval.The Twenty-nve (25) contain 400
(By Mrs. W. C. Thomas teacherin above and foresrolna ordinance In. ,
a ; I acre more or leu*. i("
To Florida we'll ever stand true the character or professional abilIty
wa passed by
n vote of Also
Hampton school.) the City Council un.nlmuu.of the City of, otih..Southeajt beginningSixty corner (halnl Weit, ,'- If
UNIFORM FINANCIAL of either of the nominees,. Iq
PRACTICES 'Starke thin
the 18th of Oucem- tUrn
day (IS) and "
The "Stars and Striped" we'll hon. Tw.nty.f.e ,
runflo&
Knott based his opposition on the I Ocr A. 1>. 1928. Went, section ... ,
Florida the land of flowers
r. V, HOOVER, (40)) .haln. thence North '
or.Uncle
Loved by charge that the appointments were I Chairman of City (ouncl of the (20)) chains; thence Rant Forty(40)Twenty '\!
one
every ,
Sam to you we'll be true, ely Stark chains, thence South Twenty (20) ,
Watered by showers : made because of personal friendships .. ATTEST: chain to
j fould Promote Greater Consistency Among All the many We love our flag and our countryThe C. A. Section point of I"JlnnIIJ.. In ald. I

I State Laws in Respect Conditions- Sent down by God's own Son. red the white and blue. between the appointees and I City t'LT\'H.CI.rk. ing- Mighty .((80)) -acre more contal.-or ,. ,,!
to Banking
TO
"higher-ups" outside of Florida HONOHAnLK' lI'AYOI OF Alo beginning, at a point sixty I

. Uniformity of Practice and Understanding Florida our native country Out of Florida's many counties and drew a parallel between the I T1IK 1 HUKKHY CITY OF CKltTIFY. that the chain saul section Went of Twenty-nve Northeast corner(25) and of H

We'll love her 'till we die, method ot appointment and that foregoing ordinance Number 12ft was run South 1539 feet, thence Went ,;'
Bradford i is the
best.
. Will Make for Greater Convenience Then beneath her waving flag duly prevented und pa.nnl i>y the 234 feet th.nc. North 1539 feet
used under the "carpet bagger"regime 't
Until she's on the top-round City Counl'l of the l'IY of tllrke.on thence 234 feet to the point of !

I Efficiency and Safety for All Business. We'll sleep rest and lie.We've We'll never never rest.She's of reconstruction days. lie S II 2$. 1lh day; of I\. .mbt'r. five beginning(24), 1 said Section Twenty- 'f 1 I

said that Hitter has but recently C. A. FUTCH. more or I.contllnlnJ JIJht (8) acre .

learned to love our countryWe with her moved from Denver Colo., to Florida City Clerk All of the above In Township
By 8. J. HIGH coming school system b..lra
TUB ArtOVR AND
glad'and FOIlKHOlNdordinance ((7), -
feel so free, and that his sole recommendation I"V"I Twenty
IL President State Bank Division, American Bankers Association ; I. hereby approved by me Kant and containing the aggrelate -
Our God above you've given It Hurrah! she's climbing high. was his friendship with Dr. this the 20th day of 1..ember. A. 1) 043 acre more or len*. t

lb APID interchange of business and the quick transportation We'll offer our praise to Thee. Work chairman of the Hepubllcan 1U28. V. K. KNIUHT ,
And soon she'll be the leader- HAlOI.n c' WAM. Special, Master In Chancery.
'M'- of goods in the United States, coupled with at.lost The time Is drawing nigh national committee. 1laor City of Starke. A. S. CREWS. 4

instantaneous means of inter-communication by tele. The beautiful moss Is hangingOn Knott declared that the Demo- Copy 2-8-&t-3-8 Solicitor for Complainant. 1_'_ _..

graph telephone and wireless, have Florida's trees so tall. The teachers of Bradford county crats who supported Hoover in the CXKIIK'9 -.v..g.

;.* .. fl-I welded the country into an economic And the beautiful green palmetto Will work together as one, November election were promisedone COUNTY p'l'vA.vt-IIi.E.1(11' IT'TIUE'r >OTH 11 01 CttltIltj4.. 9.\LH OF ,i iJ.
Surrounds us one and all. of the Judgeships and urged \'"
S
I I unit. The nation is not, in a business And never stop a moment -
this be kept and that Monthly' financial matwment of
that pledge
sense conducting its affairs in watertight Until the work Is done. Rradford county for the month of Thirty day after date hereof on
The large deep lakes and surroundings the other post be given to a Republican January. 192V.liniernl. tn-wl; the 11th day of
t compartments, as in a measure recommended by Florida Fund the undersigned ( J'.bruary.

t, T, it did in the days of slow travel and remote We've learned to love them too Just watch the schools of Bradford anil not either of Hal. lire. 1, 192H S09.15 Mlldrrd Dennett. Johnle Hennett.
Republicans lluirl Bennett. Paul Bennett and
Just watch her teachers too; Htu-eoptH luring month _, 451.33
places, but styles methods, commodities We want to be obedient those appointed by President Cool- WIHuntl month 640.63 1'aullne Bennett Minor heir of It.
dlrlnl -
and business practices flow And that we mean to do. And I am sure you'll see that U.I. 1, ..__ ._____ 119.U6 l>. llennett. ,.b".e"" aM I: will apply to
Jdge. (he A. Uardlner
Our work Is carried through. Klne and forfeiture Kunn : ,
S, S freely today in all directions. There Unl. II.C, 1. ll 2H U .'_ 186.8(1ItecelptH ( County Judl for Hradford ,
Shipment of perishable productsout duriiiK' month _1570.70 County. ", for un order to Bell
fore it is desirable Then the
that finance trade too bearing orange trees FI.OHIDA ItKl'l'llMCANOIM'OHKS Warranta month 6K7.7S at private' Hale the undivided On..

) 3 and industry throughout the country In Florida we'll ever abide. : RITTKIt .\M) of Fort Pierce duriiiK the past llal. Jan. 1 durlnl. .._ .?. -..-. -1315.94Itiii eighth Interest each of Hald Mlnor'H
55 5 week comprising citrus fruit drib Fund In the the following dencrltied lands.t'oinnu'ticing ,
operate along generally uniform or at And the beautiful marshy hedges .\KJ IULSS JTIK5KS: Hal. Doo. 1. 1H2H ... ,_ at the Houlhw,nt "'01'-'

least consistent lines, so that a contractor Down by the river side.. shrimp and vegetables, totaled approximately ItccelptN .II'lnK month __ _777.1 ncr of the NorthnaMt quarter of thnNnrtheaRt ,
forty (carloads havingan NVariunt* dUI'IIK month __on fIlrt..r ot the Hnuthwentquarter 4.
an agreement or obligation in connection Washington. Feb. Opposition wholesale value of Jan. \, .. ....7774.57I'nhllrllr of "clon ( t Townxhlp
_
_ estimated
'Tia the land of fruit and flowers to the confirmation of Halsted L,. Fund ((5), Mouth I (22 Hunt and
_ ft5r with business transactions shall And thing around 100000. Solid carload nul. n. 1. 192H ._ 127.02 riinnlnir along the t-awtey and Mid I 7
S mean virtually' the same thing in all every so dear Kltter, of West Palm Beach and numbered thirty-six Itecelpt duriiiK month ._ 85.08 illeburaI'liliHc Hoad ant (828) r.et.
We're surrounded by beautiful Alexander Akerman of Orlando shipment Warrant month thence Nf.th (660) feet th.n.Vo.t
S _ parts of the country. Particularly bowersIn (cars the exact figures on lens than Hill. Jan. I durlnl. 12D .-- 163.00 (228( t..t. thence South (660) feet
as federal judges In ]Florida was lit of beginning I lot of
necessary in this connection is the establishment Florida far and near. expressed today by A. 10'. Knotts. carload lots not being available. Pill. Doe.Urt.hnoln.-Fund E34.12 limit lying and beIng, 1 1.I HradfordIrk: ,,
IP21
J.HlCHj of uniform financial and Citrus fruit filled fifteen cars fish ItecelptH month S 40.31)arraIlts County Jo'lorld. and conlalnlnJ I
chairman of the Florida state republican -
I banking practices so as to facilitate the Above her is waving the grand old, committee in a letter to twelve cars shrimp seven cars and Hill." Jan. 1:, lrlll, _month all more three cir, Ie..". a..re. ) 'i'

and understood lines. mixed vegetables two cam. Xvl.lowl> 81,8 This llth day nf ,January, 1929.!
along accepted
; of trade flag "n.l.u
of the
low ; the judiciary committee sen. rial. Dec. 1, 757.24 MRS. HKTTIB UKNNl'JTT.

t J Banking in the United States is recognized as a semi- NOT ITU OK l>IM-tlltiM KecelitM| 1121 month 34.10WarrnntM l.l1-lt-2-1 luardlan. S

and is therefore to laws to -- month ___ Ho.( 60Hill. .
dll'll1
ublic type of business':. subject Jan, 1, _- I JO'I'I'f r>p .%i pi.ir TIOV FOIL
'Lfino the scope ana cnaracier oiep ih c. How '1'.. ,Mhom It May OmprrnlNotUe .%inri'uiitirnt Fund 7\.8 'r.\ \ UN.I ,
to Play BridgeProbably I in la hereby Ilv..1 that J Mill. Dec. 1. HI2H( 150.68 }
activities. These laws at pres. as to build up an adequate force tc shall oil Weilnemlay the 10th day KecelptN diirlnw month 86.10 I

,;. ,it set up a great diversity of conS carry out their responsibilities and of April, A. It. 112' !". before U>.. lln I Wlri'lnt. durlnl month 125.00 Notice holder. hereby of Tux given Certificate that Lou In :
oral' l.. U"orl A. llunllner, t:" .tyJudwe 1 ._ 1.111. No.
r" Itlons under wh.lch banking Is duties. An Important augmentation I I > of 1I1'.dto'ount)', Plorlilaat UII. J..I. 81. 7Hnllillnir 13. day of July. A. I). 1926. has 1

: Inducted i In various parts ot the ot the powers of bank commissioners : the great majority of I' ts-A.K.\J.7\ hl;ii. ofllce. In the rourt house, 1'1 Ual. Deo. 1, Htm. .Ira._ ".__ 18B.4H saul.,'"rlllc'l.I i In my otllce and c:
t payers would say that the most en. Clubs 8 6, 4 the city of $tark.. Klorl.la, iir-N-n ecelpm ii tin month .).a l"I \ I r tax deed to !1.
luntry come from both In states Is found In laws I I ug Hiie I In accordance
since they some 31.01 with law.
TOyable part of Auction is to play the Diamonds -J. /,3 my fIlial return ami make aii)1trIL-. | Wn1urnt.dnrlnir month' __ th."n..
\ [ate and federal authorities. The giving them complete charge of In, combined hands of the declarer and Spades -A, 8, 4 I Ion rOl' II,nit 1 d isc ha rice u. 101111I1111.I .. 111. JII. 1. Il2'.l! .. ,.. 170.511 111,1
ttlonal banks are all chartered by solvent banks and their liquidation the dummy. The declarer, as he is No score, rubber Z dealt i t u'ut" lot nleceascd.UlOitUt the .t..t". or Hld.1 Huy .01"0 Urailford' Florida Itriitlford l county: Florida, to-wlt I :
game. White County,
io federal government and there-' as distinguished from more costly called is the most important player of bid one heart. A !bid one i> 'e. Y bd:: ; C. WIIITI1; I hereby cattily that the for"lolnw quarter N..h..t. Section quarter 12 of Northeast
lines In the four; he has the center of the stage 2-8-9C-4-5 AilmlnlHtrato stat.,.nel.t, of the '* 'TownshIp I toulb
ire operate on the same liquidation through the courts.In three h is and passe., A led tl.e Itocelpi Hlnl' 22 Hunt:, ncren.
and it is his runtM HKUlimt the fundn of .
ery state of the Union but thereno the Public Interest his play rather than that of king of spades and Y's .... I was placedon OIlUI1,1: :MMIIKH: itt: Hindford 1..u".1, county fur the month of 1..u..nt or saul property. I P

such regularity In respect toe Distinctly In the public Interestare I btanders.opponents, that interests the'by- the table. It was now up to Z, 'He I -- the Jan.bunt IH2f, In IgnnI;: ,: toI. In under the I mime he mild of certificate Unknown.UnleHH .linued wa*
of
dechrer, to figure oat a to; m.iVe IlKMUMIlKllKn.: : That at'' :lieliet1. ,
which the way UK IT sold certificate he re-
[ conditions under laws prohibiting or limiting an The fact that the declarer plays the his Lid; of three hearts and if he fou..d H reKUlar innetlnK of the City eou-I Clerk >I KMAN, .eined accordlnK .hll deed I 4

Lite banks chartered by the re- officer or director of a bank from dummy hand as well as his own gives 'lai pojs'ble to try for ell or the City of Mtarko, Mrailforicounty. the lirndrord Court will iHHUe thereon, on. I the IHth day
lectlve states must con- him a tremendous advantage over his game.I Florlila.. beth, on tho IHtl ., county. of ry. A. Ii, 1D2D
-- February
forty-eight his ------- ----- ----
from bank
borrowing own un. opponents. lie knows which 'ter caref! / ooki : over the day of Iif,,inhr, A. H., 1028, at Itn ". this 16th day of January' I
fact their business. All state bank- less his collateral security is ap- cards twenty-six hand, Z sav that must lose onespadf' rvKUlar. meptlnir place In th. lily or NOTICMIMIIMX'III .'ll'lllt't A. I), 1029. 'I
Is have slmilarl- are against him whereas each Sturke. at eIght o'clock p. in., there .\I'I'I.H'"I'IU 01' I1.11 O.
A
codes. while they the boardof and N.
of
by
proved a majority one ci at least t J' W..TJ 1 l
has : following -
j opponent to guess as to whch .l.eliiw pr wnt the memI.erM Clerk of IlriillRSt.jj -
U. also have many great dlsslmlirltlea directors of the bank. Also there thirteen cards his partner and the nion! tr's; thcreore pure we. impossible. of said, cOI'1I. .rc i-wi-i':
In respect both to the na- Is recent legislation noted providing declarer respectively hold. The declarer His! contract was only three Alderman.V.. Wal. N It"'nb"I'I Moody of Alfred, Maine, lleoi'irn, Olin r".II'onnly'I.rhla-
and the banking .eartc, however so I i" was po-iible '0Scoe IS,. A. I I.vII nml C. ; .1..lt. HriiTiier, or Sore, Maine, and Frank NOT i en '
jonal bank laws for closer supervision and regulation can throw the lead into anopponent's I cart.al
hearts if he could none. W hkh med nie I II. 1 Dow it. of JiickHonVllle, I Florida, Notice I I. herebygiVefl that the un- '
fws covering state bank operations. of building and loan associations hand and know exactly ree so playt' remllnaw h.d. amonK whlclwvre I the only heir at law of Herbert A. erHlRiied! n* admlnlHtrator for the
how an-i when hand! : he would lone only two the following, : I deceiiKi'd. .. of Kate
he can regain it. llnopnr, I that the underHlKned. .t.l. 1lvlnl.ton. .I.c-.d.
other jurisdictions. credit unions, finance companies "tmond tricks. Of N. ,'W presented : : : will the
of these reasons mistake the declarer course, if the heart Councilman tl..rnb< a* Atiniiiistrator of the eH on < ft Mlr.h. A.
Jankers Move for Uniform Law. and private banks.In I is less excusable, a by I oid. !not. br-ak-t'lat i i...::f either; opponent! n certain linO: moved fui tate of Herbert A, Hooper ilecenMed, I>. lliail,, IIIn r.turn.1) hi. account
than one bv Its adoption nun Intend' to apply to the a* HdmltilHtrnlor, of eHtate he.I .
JThe State Bank Division of the some States measures have either of his opponents. Held lour hearts to the j.iC k.tenthedechr"r 1lunlllll... .'* to any pU""AM' (leorire A, Oardlner, Ilnor.bh. I fore the l.norahl.llvorge A. Uardlner -

Imerlcan Bankers Association I been enacted broadening the field Tj get all that is possible out of the saw he must also( lose a heart wihout., thereupon Coun'lmul I W Hradrord County, ::: Florldii, on Monday I ( .f County Jiidge'M'
trick. However such a distribution was I I.Vall seconded to March 17th. 1II21I. at 10 o'clockA. Court for llradford County.
ihlch Includes In Its mem- for Investment of funds of savings twenty-six: cards held the Jo'lorlll.
latter by dummy
said ordinance liiac'nordanee at his otHc'M
unlikely both his hand and thcdummy's adopt unil I>HNH M. for an order to take IIOMHO- In the court .
Isrship banks of all descriptions banks and trust companies which hand and his own is a fdscinating as with ald motion anHalil slim the hereinafter. doHcrlbud, real the CMty of Htarke, 1"I.rld., ano will
the country subject to have materially enhanced the service problem for every declarer' and the were normal hands.In motion then and there Ielng' VHtuta Ins annetH of Bald estate. and at th. same time apply finaldlMcharae
roughout proper means to obtain this wished-for playing this hand, Z should win I put to a, vote of the AVI and NAY. nell nil the InteroHt. of the abovenamed .. admlnlMtrator of the'
|I the variations of state and fed- that these Institutions1 can ren the first and the roll beIng called mild niotloi heir at law In and to the saul estate and for a release from .
in the of result should be mastered by all players. spade trick and then lead one: wan unanimously I carried I by the vote' following I I ( d Hcrll hl luniU Hlttiiilnil, I all the [ Is committed toe der particularly way cooperation : IlhIIU. ,
al banking laws. In the first placewhen the playeron round of hearts to ascertain whetheror of alt member* preimnt, which I ordlnance In I Ir..torl County. tfi-wlt: mlnlntrHtor of Hald .llt. :; ,
effort to bring about greater with their customers In the left leads and the dummy hand not A or B is void of hearts. He In In word and IlKureH followOirr at 'a .Iorhlu. WeNt- DniiMl this the 7th day of January,

Insistency and uniformity amonge personal financial management. An. is placed on the table the declarer should\ then lead the eight of spades. I lug. ToWIT'AN ) AN moreland SI.rent !croHHea !lrd Street A. I). 10.9.IKOItnp. t
( ; I LIVINflHTON.
: on t the Kant: Hide of Went lid nt.mill .
statutes of all these various other type of legislation Important should take a reasonable amount of Whichever opponent win this trick )lNANCHT'itOVIlVlNU( Foil Till- on South nlile of n.r..IA' run AilinlnlHtratnr of the entitle of \

blsdlctlons. This body Is conduct- especially to banking in view of I time to note the cards held in his own will probably lead a club or a heart ,',\.I.IN1 OF AN 'KI.EC.T10N: HUH lOimt 174 ;Vd feet to ll !;llnrtn.; I, Kate LivIngston, decease

the frequent efforts to defraud banks and in the dummy hand and then' pl.l:! which Z should win and lead his lastspade at 1"1'1:1 TO TI1M QUA 1,1'Kl 101Kl I nlnu; thence, run South &00) fret to a '-I-Pt.8.8 __ __ Z 1$
is nation-wide cam-
vigorous TUB CITY < !
a OP Hlakel. |
: run Went 7U feet
out his line of trumping in Y'l hand. I th.o. .
urging that active steps be is that which makes the Issuanceof play. Primarily, the wrA ItKi. TUM: QUIOMTION 0..' ISHiriNU more, or lass to Wentmoreland xtreetjthence ; NOTIflJ (>!"' (lit 111)1 \> 1.\.J OF
filgn declarer should try to make sure of his If more than two rounds of trumpsare OP TWKI.VM 'IOIH.\NI I lOiiHt: Hlfle of WeHtmoreliind '.,\11 I.
Iken worthless checks misdemeanorwith .1011
to secure greater co-ordlna- a contract and if that contract isn't necessary to take out the opponent s (112.0110.0(1)I ( I H)t.l./t ItS lON 1'1 tlr..t H6 feet a Strike I I -

jon In banking legislation. more specific penal tle\\,. sufficient for game, he also: should try trumps, the third round should be led. Jo'Oll TIIH : ) (WITHIN OF :I:11'A' ) thence J.J..t alona line. ot Henna' *, Thirty tluyx after date hereofnn
Suitable The Bank Division of the '. lilJIMHNU 'IJ' LuClare 111,1.! I f..1 to 11 ,itaketliaice :: to-wit the IRth of "
State ; day
and unl- to figure for gti-
conditions more out a plan game. This Then the ace king and a small club !"' HTAHKI4.1 : I North 665 feet In 3rd' Street;;: 11)211. I tha llunrdlanof ).hrulry.,
]>rmly efficient public supervision American Bankers Association endorses should be done ai completely as p t banks In the several states. In the fullest degree in principle ble before he plays to the first trick. must lead either a diamond. a Council of th. ttlrk. Ilradforcl In.of 8nl Street 138r..t: '\ tn point :mid Jiiiinltu I'rleHt.: Minor;: "I Irelm' of '
The folio illK Hand is coon Iy. Florida, t Ih.r..hal h"llllnl, 1..1 :. half of. C. l[1. I dec'eaiied, to .
aptly
the development of banking 110 a good exam- spade or a club. If a diamond i ill led, Z the nt 1"1..1. wil
The organization Is particularly of how .held In tile Hald .ly. at Inuth..t, 'I i-i of Suction I 21! ,, I the I Mononible, leo..
ple the declarer figured out the is i sure to win at least one diamond I lUill. on llith 1 day of 6 I""rll'r.
this laws along the foregoing lines andIs ent City th. Towl..hllj South, IliillK" 22 Hunt.FRANK. I Viunty I Jiitlye of iIral' ford
ncerned with fostering move- :
in proper way to make his contract: trick. If a spade or a dub is led, Z llr"l. A. !>., i921.! a Hpeclal ..1.,101 II. DOWNKH' : Florldii, for: onl:, r to Hell Ti:private :: :
ent to bring about more uniform- actively engaged fostering the 55 Hearts Q. 6.4,3 trumps in his own hand and discards a I' : a IlLS with I t the 1 p rv :; : A"IIII.lltor of KHtiite. of I MIIIn I the 1 Ole-fourlh undivided.

i desirable conditions throughout spread of such legislation whereverIts Clubs -A, K, 5 diamond in the dummy so that againhe .the fonntltutlon of Florida Including ail, law I.t"d' 2-i- l"I'h.rt lun.r, decviiHVd. 'interest earJt ..lr Mlnor'N In thathe I

ie United States In respect to the services are considered useful Diamonds Q 6, 2 loses only two diamond Work this er.tal.;,r the city of Htarke, ...hi '.. I -- -- ;- -'----, -,- and following bcliiK 'I In c..rl..cl lundn I lyl.I. ,

ublic supervision of banking Instl- both to banking and to the public. Spades -7,6 hand out for practice particularly to election to determine the queHtlon( of :> Ida, to-wit: Ur.drol'd COUl ) l'loi"
U'I.I.rrn
sound banking institutions what i Z himself leads. the iHHUlntf of Twelve TlioiiHiind $12- lleirlnnlnir at a mint feet '
itlons by the state 'banking de- Uniformly i see happens if( 00000)) ) ,dollar In hon,11 of the City eiiHt of the Norlhwont .. (33 the
artments. It Is on record as favor and practices together wlth i Y dia monLls. of Htarko for the purpose of buildInir (Ir..ul (011'1.' Hradford County Non, h."L..t ijuarter i of I lha. Northeast, I
common 'methods and understand.Ing. : A B : Here is a problem hand given in thepreceding a, municipal hullcllM. or City II l'h.nl'I'Y. quarter. Heel Ion (.10), 'own..hp; ((7)),
the policy that the Important |I.. Lulse' )
ig : Z wit. hin wild .
: article that is another good ."I. ly It.rk. Hon( ii Itani, ((22) eimt hence Sotith
!nice of state bank commissioner will\ materially add to the convenience example of the declarer's proper play: 11'1! IT Fl'KTHKH; INr.n that .Cunipliilnuiit ((225) feet to a point of l elinlnir: : .

liould be kept as free from enmgllng efficiency and safety of th election. holll. 1..le.lln date purnunnce said lt Walter v.J. Harman. | lhfiu-e f (HI6)I ) feet, thenra II
h.ar January Houth Ce feet, thcni'e Kuxt (105)
partisan politics as the I business In serving the :wellbeingof Answer to Problem No. 18 A. P. 1m.:.1.1! In.1 lit ,trn.inI n.lul. of I lefendan t. feet North (6N( > feet to point ayI

idlclary Itself and should be com- the public In all parts ot the One thou..nr. (U.OOO.IO) dol.r. Order nt 1'uhllca.tIon of heirlitnlrifr. 08 fo.rt by :1
01II111"1
I Hearts A 6 5 by
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and .hll.IJ' luml.red ald m.tu'e I o""Rrln1 .1I..vl attuh..tIn loll feet In -
nation especially In those transactions ..uar.
letely detached from all other S
S Clubs-, 7.5 a* rolfw,: th. This' IKth day of Jiintmry 1039. p !
I
involving dealings between \ Amount Maturity ahov. cause, that the renldunc of
inctions ) l .
of state government.It iamonds.8,7,5,2 t'IUI'-'r.
!
one ll.ooo.oo I ) July 1 Ct. 10:10: Walter J. Harman I I" unknown tu YITLJ; (luarillan. ,
Is also on record as favoring different localities. ', S Spades- Q.6,3 TwoH,000.00 July Int. 111.IThres complainant; that there I I. no p rouIn 1-1-11.2.1

'19 policy that the tenure of omcer Hearts T<. 7,5,4, 2 Hearts -3 $1,000.00 July Int. 1(131( the State of Vlurhll, known to .VO'I'ICH
Clubs Q, J. 10 I Y : Clubs 9 6 4 3. 2 Four 11,000.00 July let, IttlJFlvo : afYlant, nvrvlcfl proceHH upon -
,
,
r state bank commissioners should ti.ooo.oo July lt 19.14: whom would! bind the mild defendant'
I. made more secure and lasting AMERICA LEADS THE Diamonds Q 9, 3 : A B I Diamonds. 6, 4 Mix fl.ooo.oo July let, IttlJ In this suit for divorce It therefore In "r..ult rourt. Twenty-Sixth Judicial
Spades- 9, S i Z : 'f""dell-K.J,8.7, 4 Severn $lOlI,00) July let iearii'ight : ordered that Hiild' defendant be Clr.llt 'I"rldl. In and fur
tan Is now the case In many state July hi. 1ICI7 and appear to the bill of Complaint' Bradford County. Chancery. 4S

urladlctlons and that this Impor- WORLD IN SAVINGSThe Hearts-Q, J, 10,9,8 Nine $tllIO.OO. July let, IDa In this. ciiiine, on or before the 4th Louise' Drown,
Ten $1,00000) July lt day orarr'h, A. I. 1U2U.! oth.rwl... Complainant. -
nt public officer be granted sum- Clubs- A, 8 $1.00000 13Ujtvr the allea-atlon of bill will l betaken I vii
lent compensation and discretion Diamonds A, K, 10 !: iiooo.uo i : JJu ryli*Lm1 a* confeHHed by you. It I I. A.V.. Ilrown

Spades-A, 10, 2 principal and Intermit shall further ordered that I thl. notice be liefendant.Order S
ry power so that the office shall past year saw the greatest he payable In Kold coin <>f the UnitedHlateH. published once a week for four 'on. i.f Hervlee br Pab".t'' ,,,
ttract and retain the services often of America of the prenent xecutlve week In the Bradford To A. W. Brown, un Fatherland I
gains In savings In a single twelvemonth Xo score, rubber Z dealt bid heart tricks. On the other
game. ; hand if Z welirht and Htundard at the Hanover I County( Telea-raph published In street, Nalhvll. TenneMMee;
of outstanding executive abil- ever recorded In the United one heart and all pissed.! If A openedthe allows 13 to hold the first spade trick National Hank In the ely of New i Htark. Florida.. It li. .r.cl that you ap-

f and successful banking experl- States. bringing the total savings nine of upades, how should Z plan the latter can never give A a chance to York unless ald are pur- ThlM the 2jth. day of January, A. 'ear the Still of Complaint filed (j
nce. the play of the hand? L'haMsl Incally. If "o then they will F). 1929. herein against you In the above en'I I
ruff.
deposits In banks to over $28,400- IIH payable at such banking Inntltutlon (I. W. ALDICItMAN, titled vauaeon the 4th day of ). '7Y
It Is also a part of this policy 000.000 June 30 1928. held In Z should allow B to win the first Be oA the lookout for such plays and\ an. I I. airreeable with the purchaser Clerk of Circuit Court March, -A. !>., 1I)2! and ltraifnrI ii,
hat the bank commissioner's abll- on spade trick so that if A has two spaded don't be in a hurry to win the first trickof or Purchasers., nald boncll to (HEAL) Hy lll.ANCIIH DRIt.MAN County: Teleifraph !is hereby designated .
more than C3.000.000 Individual ac- he cannot lead the second spade an.Ithus your opponents' suit. !Clay this hand not bear n greater Interest th.n nix D"puty Clerk. OH tha newspaper which

7 to serve well should be strengthned counts. It Is reported by the American be able to trump the third round. out for practice first taking the first percent per annum, 'V.y.bl. He in InMTykuitTIIBIl I- Mollcltor K. M. JOHNS for ('omnlnlnant 3-1-lit-il-l week thla order for four hall(4)be roiiMecutlve published one week a.

by providing him with ade- Bankers Association. Theseare If Z wins the first spade trick and lead spade trick and then allowing B to hold ; OHOAINKO that WItness my hand and Heal of oitlctitle .

late forces of bank examiners the biggest figures In this field trumps, A will win the second or third the trick with the jack. the form of ballot to be used at *aldHpeclal Nf>Tlt'l'2 "I M \J'J lit I.I'1 fith day of January, A. 1). 19211. ,

,1ected on the basis of merit from shown by any country In the world. I heart trick lead the five of spades and In the first way of playing the hand election shall be substantIally (NEAL) J. W, ALUKKMAN

len bavl.ng tha requisite quail Ilea-- These figures are Indicative of lrump the third round. Played in thin no game is possible but if Z allows U OKKICIAI In the folio IIA1 wins>J.OT; form of, TO-WIT Uond election : and Notice l>y virtue I. hereby of that gIven certain that under final VV. l t. WAr.PKX.Attorney Clerk. I

rtiJ banking prosperity make one spade, one diamond and two of game :Try it out. to be hel'l l l on the 12th day of MarchA. Ztth,t.r..o.ur.. HonorableA 1IISt.21SNUTI.tl
knowledge to carry time since the business depressionof V. 182V Make a ITOHH X to the X. AdkliiH, .u z'"liY Circuit I
''It the duties of their offices on the 1920. the report declares. Only Answer to Problem No. 19 left of the ". either tor or 'ourt In and for lradtord County, TO ..:I'I'fll AMI (CIIKI1:
''gliest plane of usefulness to the against, no a. tu Indicate the way L 1"Irlle In that where- II'UIJ
three states fall to show a gain and Hearts- K, 8 you desire tn vote. ) c.rtlln; I* complainant and .
ublle as well as to banking.The Clubs 4 _____for $12,000.00 bond for thehulllnl 4i!
the 1928 volume of savings constituted Q 11. UobertK., widower; Hradford Notice hereby given' that alt ii
Trend of Stat. Laws an increase of more than Uiamondt2: or nf 0 municipal Florida.building In County:! lank, a corporation; Hank creditor. I.enraleeii I>l.trlbute"* and
2 Cly IIIrk. of coporatlon; nnd llunedlct all persons having claim. against
Spades-
The Associations State Bank Dt- $2.337,000.000 above the 1927 figure S ----5-- 12.000.01 liende for I :1 and Company, a corpora- the Kntate of A. J. Cowarf de."al.d.
Islon has Inhabitant for 1923 Hearts-3,2 Hearts- Q. 7, 5;4riub i the bulldlnir of huld'nt' .Ion, a York Mllln, are late of Bradford County are ,
recently concluded a The gain per d.- Florid"
.
Clubs of Htarke,
I I .. Y I .-0,3 In the city fendant*, the its Special hereby reiiulred to 12 -
ation-wlde survey of state banking over 1927 was $17 and the gain In Diamonds6., 4 : A B : Diamond- noneSpades ItH IT FLTHTHKH ortOAINKP that i Master 'und.r.lln.d ald final ..Ialm. to the Honorable cleo. A. t'J

glslatlon and conditions and In number of savings depositors was Spades- Q i Z : none the poll Hhall be opened for voUno, decree, will nell rt cash tn the lant Oardlner' County Judge of Bradford
and cloned In accordance ,
et and highest bidder. In front ot County for his approval 9"TkI
eneral has discovered a definite :2496079. an Increase of 5.2% a. general h.w.of the Htate of Florida.UK h. court house dour In Stark, within 0"'Iorld.y..r from date Jtereof ijl bi

rend along the following lines: against a growth In the population learts none l'UlTII.H OHHKHKU: thatA. Iradrorc County Jo'iorld. nn Mon- or this ., ". wil lia held In bar 9st.
H. and
W. Humphrey ,
And.r.on. j Fourth day of thereto And
Clubs- 5 2 It March, A. D,
There Is a distinct tendency of the country ot 1.2'7co.' F. A. Hc-wtt be they are hereby i 1129 durlnl the legal hour of Hale, to said deceased estate p"ron.are Incebt.e

rnoug the states to raise the minium The gain in savings per inhabitant Diamond 7, 3 appointed Inspectors and T. N. Ken- or purpo.. ot satisfying *al"lft to .y. ama forthwith to the under 't
Spades-J, 9 drlck la hereby appointed cleri of mint d..r.., the followingdencrlbed I iwned admInistrator it I
capital required for banking in New England and the Mid. said election to conduct real estate, lying' and In Thin llth day January 1939
ntltutlons to and also to I Atlantic states over the previous election In a..rdanc.'with the xequlrememta Bradford Florida b..lnl N. WAlNWUIUUT: I
125.000 die There are no trumps and Z is in the balance of the trick If A discards the of the law of the Htat. county : 1.1l.Ot-3.6. :

IT* the bank commissioners or the year was $38. These groups of lead. How '..n Y Z win five of the six four of diamonds, Z's seven and trey of Florida and the Charter of the e The quarter Southeast) the quarter Southwest of quarter Houlllat .Administrator''

unking boards sole power as to states with :29.9% of the populationof tricks against any defetute? of diamonds win the balance of the I City of Htarke.MK uf, Southeast quarter and the Houtha >o'rn't TO DRRTOH9 A I CIEU.

be granting of charters for newUks the United States and 52.1% of 7 ihouM lead: the five (not the deuce) tricks. I IT FimTIIKH of OKDEHKD. Council that. e t quarter of Southwest quarter STOICS) S'I
the
City
meetlnv
nf should a special' t>f Section Twenty-four (24>, In -
cl'ibs which
thus enabling them to use the total savings deposits. have thelargest ) Y win with the Second: Suppose at trick one, B : of the City (f Starke, be and the all the excess be-
Discretion Inhabitant loeen. B has two play: first, to play play the nine of clubs. Y should now name I* hereby called, to be held on I'ludln.thereto and more Bereave parUcu"ud..erll. Notice. I. hereby irlven' that alt .
$4(1 Creditor ..
as to the need or deslra'Ulty savings rate. per the of club of March A. l>. 1921. .nKlnl lJat. *, Lilstributses l and 4
second the the 14th day I .
trey ; to play lead the four of club! and A's best a.follow: Cum.n.lnJ all .. claim
of added facilities of area in the world. the hour of Eight o'clock p. m. I I
banking or any nine of clubs. discard i is the deuce of hearts. He can- at Mouth..t the estate of Henry Large ataln.t

b, fitness of the organisers to The per capita savings for the !First; Suppose at trick one. B plays not discard the queen of spade or he without*, for further the notice to canvassing the member 'o rwenty-four n section line(Si," and hundred running, Went Ron arc hereby required

"liter the banking field. In this con- United States as a whole this year tij t trry oi cl'ibs. Y should now lead will loire all of the trick If he discards (ha return f *fd.'e'' I and declarlnv c hams, thence North one Twenty (100)((20) to prevent to .et'. ama duly authentlated I ,

''action many states are creating stands -at $237 as compared with t'.o! four of club. which B must win a diamond he will lone all but one trick.Y the .. and la c haln. thence Kant one hundred ford County. JucJ.hi.of Brad olllca I I 4

''anting boards to act In an ad- $220 last year. wth: tbe nine. 3 U thus forced to leadh.ra'(9 should now lead the l king of heart. Iran..c such other bualne a* may 4outh 1OO> chain, to eectlon line; thence In the court house In the Town ot i

Isory bank ( tip :o Y's hand. Y thus makes Z should discard the trey of diamond. come atic IT'KUIIT'HIBII ORDERED that 3.notice 3. therefrom to point about of beginnIng Thlrty-Hve, exceptnir (85)- Stark.. within on. year from data '
capacity with the state hereof or this notice
the: ; and eight' of hearts. Z should Y should lead the of said election hall be nlven, will ba held 5
> alfalfa for cow arc now deuce; of spade icre* on North side of Hald Houthat In bar thereto and all
ramlssloner. An acre of every" lucard the jack and nine of spades. A forcing A in the lead. A must now leada ; I I which notice shall consist of the a quarter of Houtheant quarter debted .a4! estate are persons required In-to 4c
There has also been observed and In Howard Count Iowa Is the a forced to make one discard. lie can diamond to Z who win the trick and publication of this. ordinance In a c.ontalnlnir I one hundred eventy-flve the *ama forthwith to tha un MLI'ti Spay '

ncy to Increase the compensa- togan adopted by tbe county bankers I litcard cither his queen of spade. or l lead his good spade. Played in this Thirty neWHpaper' day In prior the to City the date of Stark.of Maid ii(Ion I7ft Twenty-four acre more or .,* in said, Dec- .demlgned This the Slut executor of I l' f

t loa of the bank commissioners and association there after watching I Hie four of diamond If A discard.* the way Y Z must win all but one of the I election. and It shall have the word Al.<, the (4. quarter and WILLIAM mtLMKti day :December IttKVRNaON ls2t. '," -

)> I lengthen their terms of omee and several 1 bundre o thousand dollars I been of spades, Y'. ouce: of spade six trick precedinC It an follow. : MPUCIAL,' tl:he IJ""al of Northwest quarter. I Executor of the Estate of I I'

II Ive them their county last winter 'net Z"s *.#.q wf <&azron: win the LKCTION! NOTICK.UK Phe .. quarter of Houthweetiuartr Henry Laru Htevenaon, deeagcd.1a31t.255.
power appoint neo> go out of ; I IT .'CJTUJJ ORDANED. and Mvrthweut quarter ot I .

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'''I PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD co\rjrnr TELEGRAPH. 8TA"" FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8,
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land run up the lane to a little {complaint that our tax laws aa than strawbenies, because they anee of' the crop Is picked m. I
I Bradford County Telegraph gate, you yelled to someone within they now exist, force the taxes on come on tn Florida at a time when locally for canning and onTimesUnion ,
I From Other Pens I until out came a shy little bare too small a percentage of our peo .
the north is craving winter fruit
Established 1877 footed girl, who stopped abruptlyat pie" Mr. Logan points out that
-- -- '- I the gate, coyly dropped her head under the pi a offtie. advocates every and Is willing to pay a fancy price
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Entered Second Class and thumped dirt at you with he>rb'g maws taxesNvould be lowered for it actually! any land un luns
and as WAN'TKU
Published Weekly on Fridays derlaid wltn clay In Florida will
Imagine a flying "speakeasy"and toe until you remarked about whenever he was economizing In
t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida a fellow with three drinks how pretty was her new calico his personal expenses. A sales grow strawberries. The farther At the regular--
ahead trying to get "refueled" in dress. -Sanford Herald tax certainly south the plantings are made the meeting "?
________.___ _____Owner and Publisher I opens an living field
t J E. S. Matthews_____ the mld-alr.-Palatka Tlmes-Iler -0-- for thought The small wage earlier the fruit reaches maturity. Board of Bond Trustees 01 i

JT. C. Robinson_________________________ Managing Editor ald. State chamber of commerce Is earner would pay only in propor- Around Plan City strawberries ord county l .. .. -- -0- issuing Informative bulletins on tion to his spending capacity! ommence to come In along the latter on the 6th day of March .1\
-- ---" part of November and the ship-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE The "long count" referee oTunneyDempsey certain| sections of Florida, the while the wealthy man who spends 1929 bids will\ be received I I.
fame has been latest Installment being devotedto money lavishly for luxuries would ping season holds well Into the
Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance barred from in what contribute a considerably spring. In the Wauchula section said board for its requlrem* i
Yearly, $1.50; : officiating Michiganyet Is termed Northern Cen- largersum oils
,
in about the timeas gasoline, gasses tires,
they tell us honesty la the tral Florida and embracing the to the support of governmentand they come same I
! Advertising Hates on Application north and accessories.The .
best (policy.-Bradenton Herald. counties of Suwannee Columbia, public Institutions than he Plant City's crop. la
.. above bids to inclmli
----- -- ----0-- Baker Ollchrlst Alachua, Putnam, does under the present system Florida, in the Starke and Lawtey
:, Do part in the local Boy Scout movement. A man Is always an optimist Levy. Marion, Citrus, Bradford which permits Ms dodging the tax districts strawberries go on the plies for all equipment of tin.
} your collector. Ocala market a few weeks later than board and to be deliver I ," ,
Star.
when trying to borrow money at Union. Interesting facts are given -
Florida, but the Starke, Lawtey and Brooker
south
0- those of
the bank, but becomes a pessimist by the Chamber regarding the history ---o-
than the disease. when the chap down the street ,'Resources and attractions of season holds longer. This fruit The board reserves the rig
I : Some of the cures for flu are worse There is money In growing with of reject any or all bids.E. .
starts the season a price
' asks him to endorse a note so he these counties. Columbia for Instance strawberries In Florida and It Is
't 0-- from $1 to $1.60 per quart and S. MATTHEW
make loan.-Ocala Star. medal for the
can a won a pro- nothing unusual for a grower to
i 1929 will see a start on hardsurfacing of state road 28. 0-- duction'of bright leaf tobacco away clear 11,000 to $1,600 from a maintains an average When of about they 40 ATTESTC. :' Chair
The American boy starts at the back In 1876 at the Centennial ex- single acre of this fruit. Sol AuH- cents per quart. go
y 0 bottom of the ladder is always position in Philadelphia. Suwannee man a prominent land owner ofKlaslramee below 26 cents per quart it does A. FLITCH
_: St. Augustine is said to be climbing into the shrimp class. disappointed if he isn't promoted ha been ,shipping live hogs tells of an Indiana not pay to ship them and the bal Secretary. 2-8-41
within a week or two. Maybe for and Baker has the
v years bookkeeper who was ordered by wmuuuiuuuslWOwulsinluuuowsuouuonuuuuuwsuswmmwunamuululsniu, anoadianuuwlwueswununuonuuuuuswuueuuIlalullalu"'
_ f4 f4i .. o that's the reason he's a good largest nursery In the South. The his physician to seek outdoor employment

i r.. It's a debatable question whether jail building is a sign of climber.-Ocala Star.o data given in these bulletins Is He located in Kissim- HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE
-- I very Instructive as well as Inter- mee a few years ago and leaned
progress.. Palm Beach Independent para- estlng-Tlmes-Unlon. one acre of land from Mr. Ault-
-0-- grapher says when the Starke -0 man. He planted one-half of the
Telegraph camel in he grabs for J. J. Logan, Jacksonville real- acre to strawberries the first year.
South Florida Fair is drawing thousands from all sec- it. Same here worth grabbingfor. tor, proposes that a stralghtout With no previous experience in STARKE, FLORIDA

t tions of the state. That fellow Robinson Is ''sales fax( of 2'per cent be levied on trucking this office wotker cleared Represents the nest Leading Insurance Companies
ti some "peedukle."-Palatka Times rich and poor alike to relieve the $800 from the patch, and the next .
i o Herald. tax situation in Florida. Advanc- year, with the entire acre set to FIRE. ACCIDENT, LIFE: AUTOMOBILE., BOND. LIABILITY
Cigar lighters take up more space in the paragraphs thanthey're -0- ing his proposal before the real strawberries, he received 1200. ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
''A one cent tax on cigarettes, estate conference in Orlando Fri- There is hardly any other crop that ,y
i worth. I cigars, tobacco would add much to day, he stated that "we have a_Just. ,I will give a grower larger returns ,AAIMIIaNAlIMI111MIN11141111M" II iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiimiillliiliiiiniiiimililiiiiiiliiiiiliil[| \!'!!!!! !!!!!!!!, 1N""''IIIAAIIMInIIHIIII1111NItaIIIathtIIlIAIIAIIplptIIIBIhIll09A? !!!
0-- a Florida advertising fund.-Marl- --- .
Floridan. That's the troublenow -.- -_ __ -_-..'.-_ h' ----= =.. -"""' ---..
Motorists are beginning to look"u.Jon the expression ."and anna, we've had too much taxes. !

costs" with more respect. We need a rest for a change.-
r tam
Z.9
Sanford Herald. 'I
-. aWhile -
" s-says the height of extravagance is Commercial
The guy next one Leesburg 111111 111. I, )M4//NlmylT\ 1'I
having your carburetor adjusted at a filling station. columnist tells how to prevent the
flu with soda and grapefruit, the
-o other columnist explains! that she

' :, I Hillsborough county is shipping cabbage in carload lots. is sck'! in bed with flu, so please
N t
excuse the absence of her column.
Trying for a corner in cabbage kraut and cigars? -Tarpon Springs Leader

o u
Scientists are planning to improve the shape of the lowly The Florida Times-Union says
1 John Wesley often preached from
pickle The shape of a peach is never questioned. the top of a stump and that his

--oi -- sermons traveled around the
i Ocala Star is of the opinion that the justice of*the peace world. To be sure but it is Im-
to remember in this con. Saturday February 9th
portant
and constable should go the way of other state relics. nectlon that Wesley said something ..
'
0 -Dradenton Herald.A <> <
The five clowns who held up a dice game and got away 0-

, I'' s; with $5,000 can claim to be almost normal human beings. Staunton Va., woman evidently -
believes In the Bible literally A MERCHANDISING EVENT WITHOUT A PEER 11\
o- She willed her husband 91
Headline inquires "What's become of the homely wom- out of $11,000 estate and left '

ci en?" That's hard to answer if you,believe in safety first. her Instructions grave with to erect the a Inscription slab over ., I THE BUSINESS HISTORY OF JACKSONVILLE

o-- I rebuke and
"As many as I love,
Crowing roosters night have been declared a menaceto chasten."-Palatka Times-Herald. ,

health by a Tampa judge. Snoring by human beings is Chronicled-----o-----in the society notesof

worse. the week Is the marriage of Mr. A of in Which
Day Money Saving Opportunities
o 1 Moon to Miss Knight, It will be a

4""v. To keep things balanced between California and Florida, cold dark night; oil the first appearance -
'
of a full moon.-Brad-
p' i Aimee should bring a "love offering" of $2,500 to some Flor- ford County Telegraph. And Good Everybody May Participate

ida judge. I Knight when Moon reaches his "

k -0. last quarter.-Tarpon Springs
i Leader ,
According to the cigarette manufacturers a drowning man l
from the steamship Florida reached for a cigarette in preference I I Wauchula has 0-Joined hands with { The outstanding one-day sale event of the year. The buying resources I

' M 1 to a life! belt. Bowling, Galloway Green, Plant and other City, Lakeland berry of "THE BIG STORE" have been drawn upon to the utmost, the do- I
I
in 0 i: shipping points and now berriesare ;, mestic and markets have
foreign yield d their choicest products I
manufacturing -
;, ', Carnes, who took French leave with one million dollars I being shipped by the carload ,

from the Baptist treasury, was sentenced to serve five years from here as well as thase other and style centers have co-operated with us to the fullest ex-
of the season
the first car
a in Moral Don't be it doesn't points
prison. : a piker ; pay of this week
going out on Monday < 'tent in the matter of price concessions-with the'result that we can ,
--- r-tl---- *-- Wauchula Advocate. 1 '
.
Gainesville Sun is wondering why so many cars are stored 0- promise you the largest assortment of seasonable merchandise and the i
father shot a bootlegger
on account of "motor trouble" since February 1st. A flat Arkansas
>. 1 : for selling liquor to his young most far reaching economies that have .ever been presented.
.\ ;r pocketbook gives as much trouble as a flat tire, and even those daughter. If the practice become

d c, who have the expensive bit of tin prefer to forget about it. I general congress can cut Its prohibition I
0---- enforcement appropria : :i,:.,

1 t Congressman Green has furnished the* Bradford High tion.graph.-To Bradford say nothing County of how Tele the .\ :, ';::1'" Special NoticesNo

with some excellent dry reading matter. For the information : census department could lay off r.' 'L.I ; .

P ; : of those students who do not know, the Congressional half Beach Its Sun.enumerators. Miami 1 .i1 Mail, Telephone or'

g medal is awarded anyone who reads a column of the Congressional 0- J C. O. D. Orderscan

I Record without going to sleep. Those unsophisticated persons be
-can accepted "Jacksonville items.
--0 who expected the appointment "of on Day"
t'' 1 a Democrat to one of the two new
Bradford county depends upon the farmer, and every lo'iorldlfederal Judgeships are reminded

business man should lend his assistance to the county agent in I by the Sanford Herald that 4 1 ,; e J:, ? Use Your Charge Account

}' developing the resources of the county. Until we learn to appreciate President to the Democrats Coolidge Is of not Florida obligated as 1 ,h C Ill P t l x I' -make purchases on "Jacksonville Day" for

'' our small industries, we cannot. hope to get large industries Mr. Hoover Is.-St Petersburg months to come.Please '

f established here. Times. Mr. Hoover is under no I
obligations to the Democrats of i I
o Florida nor to the Republicans.Palm .- p' -. Carry Small Packages
'
Motorless glider has been perfected which is capable of Beach Independent. This will greatly expedite the delivery of larger
300 miles of sustained flying. This should be an economicalway o packages.
for job hunters to reach Tallahassee.-Gainesville Sun. "Miami Crowds Welcome Hoov
Evening Post. Ah
; That doesn't solve the problem of coming back, however. Chicago and cheeree

Miami Beach News. The hills of Leon will give them the necessary and yes shrlekee much whoopee In Miami, but away Extra Store Hours, Saturday Note Quantities Stated

t ; altitude. out there in the west, out In LozOnglo.le. t! In cases where quantities are specified merchandise -

o there Is naught but Jacksonville Day can not be duplicated at "Jacksonville
gloomee and tearee and weepee. I Day"prices when said quantities exhausted.
; Along with other cuts in state offices The Madison En- Califorula was Mr. Hoover's. old are

terprise-Recorder points out that the chaplain of the house home state and now that he's elect-

gets $28 a week for a short prayer at the opening of the daily i ed Oh.he California hotfoots! down Oh climate to Florida.! Oh. Store Opens 9 A. M. -. Breakfast, Luncheon, ''Dinner

session. Keep the sky pilot on the job, double his pay, provided sunklased oranges! Oh. Hollywood : -served in our Restaurant on the Main Floor.

he prays four hours daily and there'll be less time for mem- I ; Oh heU!-Chicago Tribune Store Closes 10 P. %I. ', I lou the can make a day'. shopping without leav'

bers.. of the legislature to pass more useless laws. ing store if you like.
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While on the subject of state salaries, members of the hold Its third annual assembly at New Bus Station Here
Keystone Heights on Lake Gen NOTE:. For obvious reasons. some stores may attempt to .'
i legislature draw $36 u week and the janitors of each house The B' S tore"
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'I draw $42 a week. The lawmaker gets less fox thinking up new eva.on The February opening 3 program and continue will be undersell ,certain "Jacktowille, Day" items. Remember if J lowing bus lines: Florida is now a Motor St.t Line.forto> Day-fol-

laws than the janitor gets for sweeping them out. Anyway, through March 10. The purposeof any of our items are advertised for less elsewhere they can tons. Miami., Orlando. Tampa; Blue Bus Lines
4 the reason they have to wear a labelled "janitor" is to : the Florida Chautauqua is educational be to allahassee J '
cap cultural and spiritual. bought still lower here regardless of our advertised price. hound! Imes PeAnsacolaO" *, Tampa S GreynlUnta -
visitors from calling them Chicago
keep governor-they wear such an Bible courses are given through North and points
Clark'i
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'i air of importance. every. assembly. Music lectures Transportation: Bus Line to Palatka- Motor
o and other entertainments make upa Co., Lake City and Tallahassee.

7 Knotts, chairman of the Florida state Republican com- very Interesting County and instructiveprogram.Clay Times.

mittee, in opposing the appointment of two republicans to --

4 c' Florida judgeships, says Democrats who supported Hoover in The Palm Beach Post writes

the November election were promised one of the judgeships reminiscently days. Let'. see about those the were old farm the O tBJst

f k and urges that the pledge be kept. That little judgeship caused days when a. a kid you got up at r

many Florida Democrats to get up on their: hind legs to save four In the morning milked the
did the chores walked three
the country from the Catholics, and for their valiant services cows
miler to the country school and got
were awarded the Republican pewter double-cross, fifth class. there la timer to drop your book
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