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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 15, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance K. S. Matthews. Owner and Publisher

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State Schools Officials Making Green Secures Publication By

TICK ERADICATION WORK\ TO i

Show Increase Road 28 Route Appropriation i Title All Local


E.NlNG Of 300 Per Cent -- START IN BRADFORD MARCH 5Tlilrtyoim I Bills Required

Federal, State County Officials In- c.n,,_ R. A. Green Krldny -

8MTt none No. 2H Prc>|MM - |
Kchcduleti
In Tmln -------- -------
liaiiK I'nprwedented Growth In Hljli 1- part ot the house ta retain senate Opinion rilwn; Out by Kit si II.

Only two trains were effected in School H'lItln In Shown Dipping( Vntu Itcntly for set for clipping and every fourteen I amendment for increase lu the ap- I 1)1\1.' .H, State AttorneyGeneral.
ie change of train schedules here Service In Kverj: ScM-tloii II
iunday the northbound limited In INx-eiit Report. Palatka, Feb. 8.-Capt. Mor days thereafter, until such time as i propriut.on: for naval stores experl- "
of fount .
rison, federal road engineer; ; L. B. ) i the live stock board shall dlttcontinua i ment purposes. Ha was advised I
08, formerly arriving at 5:45: p.p. I -
| Unprecedented developments in Thrasher, of Ocaln, .district engineer later In the day that conferees had
dipping of cattle In I
., now due here at 5:40: p. m., Eradication of the tattle fever Bradford TaUuhasxce.-Members of the
the high school system of Florida for the State Road Depart approved an Increase ot $17,000
o. 4, northbound limited, has tick In Bradford county starts county. \ 1929 \Florida leitrisluture; who contemplate -
In a repoit Just filed by M. n. Jlln- ment, and Dr. A. B. Harbison, for this purpose.Mr. .
|een moved up to 8:57 p. m., from March 5th, according to announcement Names of vats and) the dates set Introducing/ local bills at
son, state supervisor of chairman of the county bond trustees Wymau, in charge of the
Is old arriving; time of 9.01. high sent out by W. J. Edwards, for dipping are given as follows: the forthcoming session to complywith
schools ot the department ot made an official tour of Inspection Starke experiment station was advised
pub-
chairman Of the state livestock Harrell-March 5. Section 10, Article 3, of tbo
'rlou..ly. III \\.c Instruction. Monday of the three by wire Tuesday that the I
sanitary board. Ltgal notice ot County Line--March 5.lIumpbrey constitution, us amended at the '.
N. T. Rltch la seriously ill The routes suggested for state highway bill providing Increase ot $17.000 .-
Mr. report shows an increase In '
the dipping, location of vats and -\larch! 5. last election should the f
publish
t hU home on North Cherry street the actual number of No. 28 from No. 3 at San Mateo to had passed the house. This
accredited Hazen
March 6.
requirements imposed live --
on
title of the bill with
proponed ,
n
At the Inert-one of funds will allow the
the
an attack of Influenza, which high schools since 1909 Flagler county ling.
rom of almost stock owners by the state board lieetaent--March 6.
short
statement of the object desired
line ollkclals met experimental work to be carried
county Flagler's
Bier developed Into pneumonia 300 per cent; 1200 per cent In the are carried in this Issue. With Green--!March 6. by its Attorney General
Messrs. Morrison and Thrasher on on n larger scale.Surfacing passage
lasted for
Us illness has nearly number of teachers employed; 700 the starting' of dipping, a quarantine New RiverMarch! 7. Fred H. Davis holds in an
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and viewed the two routes advanced
weeks and during/ the past few cent in the
vo per number of pupils goes Into effect March 4th I'Jdwards-l\fl1rch 7.
opinion given to Representative
|ays his condition has been' regardas enrolled and over 1400 per cent for adoption as the road to liun- and effects the movement of cat "'utcl1--l\arch! 7. Of ANew George R. Fullerton of New Smy

grave. In the number enrolled in the 12th nell.No definite decision has been tle, horses and mules within the Hodge--March 8. rna, a new member ot tho stale assembly. (

grade. area of zones 7, !9 10, comprising Phillips-March 8. Road In .
Follwtor, to Ik Hew made as to the route to be selected
"Beginning with the year 1920- the counties of Bradford Levy, Hill-March 8.WarrenMarch.
A deputy collector of Internal but the engineers: will soon make a "Suction 16, Article 3, provides
21, Mr. aiuson said, "there were Gllchlat. Nassau, Clay and that 9.
icvenue will be In Starke Satur- selection, and thus another step Tentative Budget that each law enacted by the legislature /:
seventy accredited high schools, part of Duval county l lying north Crews- -March 9.ValkerlIarch f
jay. !March 2nd to assist taxpayers will be made looking to making shall embrace but one subject
fourteen less than la 1909-10. and west of the St. Johns river \ 9.
fii making out their 1928 income No. 28 a. reality. and matter properly connected
All taxpayers having This number lias steadily risen to From March 4th the movement Gl'Ilham--March 11. \Vlillo Not l>i>llnlti'ly l..>t<-rnilncHlKomi ;
returns. shall
ax: therewith, wlilch subject
reach 233 of cattle horses and mules is for Munsel-March 12. \,
In 1927-28, an increase from /HUirko' to Urnndlnrroltiilily / "
leturns to file for the 1928,
year
be ed In tho title
briefly
Information In connection of over 330 per cent." Teachers'lfeeting bidden, the quarantine notice stat- Sumption City-Marth 12. "III Ho ('umplrlm' expreH
Jr
desire
to file The supervisor used the School ng that "no cattle, horses and Rosier--March 12. 'rhl"oIlJth Ii,,)"Iollc'[ llflKl't", Mr. Duvls advised. "The supreme '
their liability returns I
vith court, in a number of cases hut
year 1909-10 as a because mules shall be transported or moved Hall--March 13.Crosbylfarch '
Should call on the collector on the comparison Saturday under
held that all that Is required
he stated, It was then that within/ through, into or from 13.NormanMarch Informal lias boen received
ate given. thin section is that the title of an
Florida had its first high school said part of said cones except under 13. (that the State Rood Department I to1""
Duality Htoif OIK'nlng Inspector and "began seriously to Teachers of the county will hold and In accordance with the Wynn-March 14.Vanderbllt has Included In Its tentative bud act must fairly give notice ot the '

The Quality Store, corner Call attempt standardization ot high the last meeting ot the school yearn rules and regulation of the state --March 14.WainwrightMarch got tho hard surfacing\ of the road.subject of the act no as to reasonably ,/, ;

Iud Waluut.\ opens for business schools." Starke Saturday, February 23, live stock sanitary board" This 14. ]leading!; from Hturke to Grandln, | lead to an Inquiry! Into the I II

with a selected line for accord'ns to announcement by quarantine will remain In force Alderman--March 15. seven miles ot which In In Clay ;I body ot the bill anil that the tltlo
Saturday The enrollment lias risen from
and children. Mr. Superintendent.Grlffl*. the,**lIfIfoa until the counties: named are pro Johns-March 15.CrawfordMarch. county. While this work I Is not need not be an Index ta the contents
fnen, women 0.583 to 21,622, un Increase of
9:30 'efoekIn of the tick. 15.Theressa of tile bill Itself. "
to start promptly nounced free it absolutely assured these
}::. Canova and Mrs. Florence y "
Paul over 328 per cent, he said, and tent"-I.
the membership the Starke school auditorium. Thirty-one dipping! vats bavu -March 16. tive plans are usually ) "It would appear to me that the
.:. Flynn compose the number in the twelfth grade I '
arranged is as follows: been established in'the county, a Sullivan-March 16. ot the : "
bf firm, and their advertisement Program as the public hearings same rule would apply to the notice
this new
from 872 to 5,204 over 596
In this issue gives a hint or The Necessity of A and B. Departments number of new vats ''being/ built State Farm -March IS. I Road Department.! I required by Section 21, Article f t

what be found at theirtOl'e. per cent more. In the Elementary by the live stock board to facilitate Tick eradication work In nurd- This road passes through Keysi 3, as amended.( This section : \
bt can "This Is an encouraging situation Grades-Mlsa Ethel Griffin. EHacusslon. the dipping/ of stock'in' every sec- ford county will be churgo of Dr. one Heights, whl"h is one of'tlie provides that no local notice of "1

," his report added "The fact ton: of the county.'! Owners, custod'ans J. P. Mack, who has moved to most beautiful sections of Florida Intention to apply therefor, namely ,;

1I/It'IWJ1I'nt's > -wC 1\1"'UIKI'I' that the per cent of increase of What Should Determine Promotions or persons In charge of Starke and now engaged In because of the fact that the town I for pussage of the bill, shall '

E. Cowles who has had pupils In the twelfth grade la almost ?-Mr. C. S.- Laird. Discus cattle are required to drive the ing out the details In work-I nf NouthweHtern Clay nestles have been published In the locality I :'

barge ot the Evans Independent[ twice that in the number of stock to the nearest rat on the day I IH. with t the work to start union K a nest ot beautiful lake where the mattc-r or thing to "

rotery store for the past several accredited high schools, and the sion.The Relation of the Teacher to I and Is. the home of a lurgo number be affected may be situated which ,

noulhs, left Monday for Vero per cent of Increase in the number the Profession-Mrs. Ina White, of I'ennsylYunla people J who spend notice shiill state the substance of

leach where' he will take charge enrolled in these schools Indicates :Mrs. Geo. Anderson, Discussion. 59 MILES SURFACING I' their winters there, tlithlng, hunting the contemplated liiw. ti' !'j'I ,'1"

then what conHtltutort '
Is
['ailqulst' ot Jacksonville, took high schools If: increasing more the Community-Mr. A. J. Thornis. .with its pure fretth and healthful "The pu'Btlon t..,

,\'er the operation of the local rapidly than the number" of enrollment PROVIDED ON ROAD 28 I'ah-. Keystouti llelnhls bus been the 'Kiilmtltutloii'law un that Is of what tlieconteinplulecl i f',' 'if'''

'I'onch. of these schools Report of Committee on Records I I largely cut off from (Ihe outsideworld i
' Although the enrollment dropped --Mr. T. N. Llmburigh. j : IIOCIUIHO of tho fact It haH .1 M required to bu published under .
'
'crundlu;; tk-1'1;;; ;
'Sliirkc*" cm the- Roof from 25.433 In 1925-28 to Round table discussion, with the Itoiicl "'hh'Ic"C'n'OllI'M lii I'or to Pula mllttigaprovided I hud no roudH. lint In ttplto of tills the constitution

..JV, Andrews' Jr., local Ford 20,599 in Hl211.IH--tbe..4I1Ubtir
Jiulei,. has had the word "Starke" the twelfth grade)actually Increased has a problem bring It :.n writtenout. I 10 miles of 18-foot roadway HIHU has' '" been bullf. If the proposed \ \ I N, coiicornad: the i >

i .nuted on the root of the local from 4,976 to 5,081 during the I the tentative: budget prepared ('Kllmatell I cont, Including the plan ot hard miifurlnK the roiul In I amendment inultus no thaiiKe In ,i iI

bi"adquarters, 6-foot block letters same interval, \Mr. Hluson pointed: _. .-.--- -- by the state road depart nient New River bridge of $H5, Otl,1I0. curried forward Keystone llolnlits. I the provision us it existed prior to ,1

[mklnrc up a space \1)0) feet long. In out. The enormous increase in the 15AXK HTOrK WHXCJS. I| and now beinit; advertised all )pro- '( The road wilt connect at II iruiullii will be oien il In III* world ttiitl It Its adoption, Tho legislature enacted < !

Addition to the name of I the town, enrollment between 1925-25 and IIKJII PUH'KWhat I vldt>d for by law. slate rood 28 In'listed und Luke Iliiller with exItitliiK[ : lit U'Htlned' to boconio one of I boniont HixtloiiH !U H ajul !05. Compiled I

,tina arrow points directly north, I 1925-20 and the midden drop between I'' for surfacing from Lake WILIer hard sllruce.II'olltlll to I'nlatkn and Important winter borne towns Statutes, 11)27.: shortly after I I

he i name and arrow giving air [11lotG 1926-26 and 1N2C-27 Is was probably the highest' to Grandln. 1 Muted ulwo under Lake City. All hOIl h considerably In (Florida. It ban every beauty of I tlie coiiHlltutlou! of 1885 walt '

their location and direction. J.e' I probably accounted for by the Inllux price ever paid fur shares of the ;' "Projects on second preferential | longer they will' provide! u hard locution: und udvnnlnge that run bo j' adopted und In them" sections provided )

,ihn executed the order. and subsequent. outflow of capital slock of u business institution list to be constructed" Is the' New 'surfaced road from Lake City to I .desired.Clay\ County Times.IIOV that the notice should contain :' .

---...-- ---- Hie rise und fall In this section of Florida was River bridge and road 28 front I'lllutl until the two gapx In road ---..- -----. u sliorl Blalfinonl of the oil'i : ;
during
IU>), Scouts Now QuiirtoiHThe population estate boom, he paid on Tuesday for u small block I|j Bun Mateo to Hunnell. The department 28 are completed. HfOI'TS 1t1.lttU'IiIlN; : : : ject denlred to bu accomplished by 1'1"I
adjoining of the \Florida real of the Hank In addition[ to road 28, the 1929 .i
upstair rooms, of the capital stock I will hold a public lieurI I the pusmiRe of the "l>eclal or localUKlHlUl.OII ti

the dental offices of O. L. Haynes said. recalled of Starke, when ten shares ot this |I t ,'ng TallfihasHe on March 5lli to budget provides for the completion The Slurke Hoy Scouts of Troop III II|U Hll011."This !( l'i;

have been donated to the local In 1923:;, the supervisor the stock, having a total par value ot bear complaints and suggestions; as of several projects on road 13 and One, met at I the forest. station \< i Htntute throws particular ,

I iroop noy Scouts as temporary the legislature "legalized" Junior The $1,000, brought $2,500, or $250 I to changes desired lu I tho budget( tor starting of others, as follows: day night, for ( lie purpose of 'rl-I I what was Intended by t", '

headquarters, and future meetings high: school In Florida. for each $100 share. I as, made up.I Project 77-D>, Wylly to Cedar organization, under the light( upon language Implied 1

of the organization will be held State Hoard ot Kducation, during The shares Involved In this trans I Projects listed In the 1929 budget Key, 8.91 miles, $4,540.50. ion of Scoutmaster Wyman. The I the constitutional constitution ot 1885hucuuse ",

at this place. Scoutmaster Wyman the following year passed regulations action were brought by the late J. !|I in this section are given as. follows Project 677-A Archer to liron- fifteen boys present organized two In the enacted ut the lust "f

plans to convert the place Into a setting up standards for accrediting M. Rising at the time time the : son 6.96 miles $7,100.61. patrols, with George Raymond and It wan which i'if s'i

first class scout' headquarters. The six types of re-organized bank was organized in 1906, At i, Project 715 Lake Butler to Project 798, Callahan to Yulee, Buck Klckllter, as patrol leaders. HesHlon of the legislature "

property Is owned by Messrs. N. high schools. In 1926-27, the first his death they passed to the own Bradford county line, 3.70 miles, 15.30, miles. $9-4,367.55. The future ot the troops appears amended t that coimlltutloii. : ,

T Rltch and DeWitt C. Jones. year the re-organized Junior high ership ot bin widow. Mrs. Rising $62,000. Project 742, Gainesville Dint, assured. Mr. Harold! He-bring l Is "It would appear, therefore

.. schools were accredited by the declined to sell her share holdings/: Project 716, Starke to Union line to Levy county line, 7.65 the assistant scoutmaster, und he that It In a suHk-lent compliance ,I

Picking MrawlHTrics state board, 70 such schools were so long as she lived but following/ county line, 11.12 miles, $143- miles $100.000.In and Mr. Wyman expect the new I, with Section 21, Article 3, of tha '

D.Y.. Moore reported Friday listd as standard and 107 of the her death a short time ago the 000. the Hut of estimated resources I troop to be the finest !Hturke has I constitution, us amended, to have ,

that he picked 45 quarts ot berries old four-year senior public high trust department of the Florida Project 717, Starke to Clay county wltli which the department publlHhed the title of the proposed t,

from his field in the Theressa sec schools were listed. One year later,' National Hank ot Jacksonville, an line, 10.93 mltex. $165,000.Project'106A. expects to work with during had.A largo scout: ball Is promised special, :: or locnl bill, together with : ,
tion, selling the fruit on the local re-organized high I estate, In I 1929 the folowinK Items: of the object ,
he said, 126 administrator ot her j Bradford county are us well us a cump I at Klngsley lake, a short statement J : I
platform for 24 cents a quart. Mr. schools were accredited and 103 closing up the affairs of the estate, line to Grandln, 9.68 miles, $150- Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1929, u library and athletic equipment. desired by the PUHSHKB: of such special ",

Moore stated that his: field shows of the so-called 8-4 type. offered the shares for sale. 000. $98.181.35. The neceHMury buckliiK of the troop or local legislation. :I
up the finest in years with the the report continues I brought by Mr. Gaxollne tax fund $6,500.000. local the object desired '
"In 1926-27, The shares were Projects on second preferential ha* been furnl lied by many "In most cases,
plants loaded with blooms and Indications I "18.854, or 57 per cent of J. W. Andrews, Sr.. one of Starke's list to be constructed are: I Auto license fund 13,200.000. bufiliiexH mon by the upeclul or local legislation t'' 'i

ot n steady Increase In all public high schpol pupils were well known business men, and Mr. Project 715-H, New River' Federal aid fund, $2,06(1,457.-( Work on texts will start ImmedIatelY will be practically what I Is .; ':

yield until the season opens in I enrolled In the re-organized high I Geo. C. While, at one time cash bridge, 1,200) feet, $35,600. 67. and several (Kagle BcouU are I tated In the title of the proposed r' : I

earnest., I schools. In 1927-28, 34.425 or 70 ier of the Hank of Starke, but now Project 799, Ban Mateo to Flag County fund on hand due and hoped for In the near future. Preparation bill, but Inasmuch BH the statutaay '

Completes C'hurrh- Census per cent of all public high school a state bank examiner. ler county line, 6,18 miles $50- anticipated. $1,770,072.83. for an appearance before that the notice shull contain ', ,
reorganized Total estimated resources for Council ut Gainesville ot the object de-
In
taken by a were enrolled 000. the Ocklawaha short statement
The church census pupils ITlXM I'I.A'KI> IN JAIL i a
.
committee during the past few high schools. This comparison ( Project' 800, Putnam county 1929, $13,634,711.40.After will also begin. alred by the peelul or local legislation ,
tendency away Hunnell 17.65 miles $140- deducting the 10 |>or cent meets each Thursday advise that in addition ;
weeks Starke total of 1,073 'shows a decided who did linn to The troop I would ?
gives a painter, I
J. W. Collins, for emergeny work, the
of 8-4 organization to reserve n IK bt. und a large addition of new the title there be some brief :' ;
'the older to
majority
white citizens the the [
from
I
exterior painting!; on 400.The will have the approximate '
The the above cover department the next which t
whom affiliated with some : 6-3-3 and 6-0 types. projects listed I members are expected at statement appended! to It .
the new
are corner
building, WOOd-r I for
bridge of 12271240.68
church. It Is the Intention of the most popular type is the 6-yenr I Walnut streets, was placed the entire length of road 28 from with handling sum road building/ require I meeting.TIIAM would give further Information aIS L ..
Increase I of that portion ----- '
the II --
Into school, I the exception the local '
high of proposed
the list : to the ,
committee to separate Junior-senior { county Jail Thursday noon. ments for the current yeur.ilzation M KM, FAIIJH TOKT purpose (
denominational groups and this result being from 28 to 57 of this ,,, was arrested by Jacksonville officers Lake Butler to Lake-City -and from--..___. n___. <; : I'JXTIU: MIM.ION law." 4 tj!

will be given to the press. The :' type in one year. The six-year i I j! on warrants issued by Judge I II ', .

last; census gave Btarke a population high school Is probably middle-sized the best I|j(I Gardiner, charging him with beatIng National Orgar Washington, Feb. 8.-An effort NOT PI.KAMKUMTII: ROAD 2M PKANtt ,\;:.

ot slightly over 1,000, white ( suited type for the ]I II board bill accumulated while by Senator Trammell, Democrat, ,
and colored, while the church census and will likely Increase here. He confided to the --
I community employed add $1,000,000 to :
to 11
Florida
taken from a
The following was .
covers the' white population ot .several i Iin popularity." __:: Sheriff Epperson while enroute and To Meet In Jacksonville war department bill for the repair news article concerning the 1929 I -
onlY Indicating an increase that he had three wives living damaged In (Florida during
HO.\iTi
(JASKINH of road tentative budget/ of the state road \
MILS. all three
hundred. that the task of keeping -- defeated today f'I':
hurricane wan
the department, appearing la Tues! I'j"
n.I). Furniture Stork Mrs. Rode Cask Ins. wife'of' the :, going on a painter's decided salary he might was too as The annual meeting of the the outstanding practical and economical on a point of order which held day's Issue of the Palatka Dally :

J. H. Lord & Company have purchased Fisher Oasklns, died at the much, and he and get American Forestry Association advantaged. of forest protection It was new legislation and not entitled News:
the furniture stock of theN late of her daughter, Mary, In i 1 I well go to the state prison will: be held In Jacksonville \February and reforestation In this under the rules to be Incorporated "Plans of the state road department j'
'' the entanglement
home 'rid of March .1.
of Rome 27 and 28, and
move the Thursday morning, In a supply bill outlined by the tentative r""
n. Hull store, and will I Starke early third tlma while state. as
doors several days. I He tied up for This association la a popular nonpartisan George, Democrat, to : : "
goods to their location two an Illness of I Gardiner-- | Senator budget/ are repugnant proponents !
after not working here Judge non-political organization The tentative program of the that hlaMtate ( l.
had believed <
of
City
Eo.',it. Since opening/ their store Funeral arrangements( I for him and Miss: Georgia: ald he of the Palatka-Lake 1
-ond-haod goods. Lord & Company announced Thursday afternoon ..suing the license Jacksonville. i}I composed of Individuals Interested three day lIcs.lon contain the and many others, could present short route In this section Insomuch \ ': I

have had a steady Increase in I been Oma Lee Wright/ of has expressed \I| in forest conservation and repre- name ot some of America's lead- bill to congreHH!; for roadi as the road begin only at :

of de- One of his mother-In-laws Renting every stato In the union. em in the lumber, naval stores by flood*. Lake Rutl"r and connect attarke 1 .
hi.ainess and to take care | damaged '
m md for hou'5eholdoodll./ pur- I nlclpal; block will be one of the attractive her Intention warrants of from prolecot-I'j I This organization bas recently apIproprlated I and forestry work. la making up "The senate" he said "I* committing ? with the Jacksonville- J.\J.,1.

" ,'ised the Hull stock. The sec- spots of the town._ ing him, and are ex- 1] ten thousand dollars a the program the women have not Itself to a course that It Gainesville highway The action
will county charging/ bigamy I for a three year period for : been overlooked and Florida leaders occasion to here to,1.. "
oiid story of the Hull building t'unr [ year will undoubtedly have wa Interpreted by many 1
officers.i I II
1.04'ul AttorneyVJnt peeled by local education In Florida. By In club work and reforentatlon off the tj '
I' I forest day as a mean of killing ,
b space. the '
us\!d by them for storage; director in to his board bill rue.
-- Geo. W. Scofield. i I In addition varIIou. j means of this donation and funds : will dlHcusn the women's 'part In project and the short routs wouldi\
InverI
1 defunct Citizens Hank of j: several other citizens are out AI/- reforestation. Starke under the U. S. Forest "-4
Power Forestry
Station l'ulnt..1 by a'I Judge j raised by the Florida never be constructed: If It were
Another transformation Is takIr I ness, was found not guilty sums advanced, while ) and the Florida ForeittJ I On Friday, March 1. a motor Service. permitted to be dropped from the .

; place on the block occupied by I Jury last Friday night violation In circuit of ,I 1, Gardiner U still looking for he part- J i iI i jBociatlon Service two motion picture trucks cade will visit the Black Creek The Florida[ Forestry AsHoclu- 1929 budget or only such portion ; f'W.,
water of a charge ot I|I of his fee for the marriage performed the south eastern section .
court and
'lie municipal light and are on the road at the present I Forest Protection Association lion all now planned included. '
I neglecting !
In connection
r'ant.,: painters now being engaged the state banking laws. i the bridegroom time spreading the gospel of forest land where the J. C. Penney- ot the lIoclety of American Foresters ,"The bulldlnK of such a portion.. ,
Instltn- his shortage j '
the of
In giving the structure a coat of with the closing/ of Judge De-j I to Inform bin honor th'e wan safely protection to crowded houses In Gwinn Corporation ,In co-operating have announced that their annual It I I. pointed! out will mean that I' "

paint. Superintendent Clark has tlon lost October 3rd. )lot. cash until knot rural Florida.Tht I with the state of Florida In for meeting will be held in Jacksonville travel would be diverted from this '. ,

a beautiful little vark lu the Witt T. Gray of Jacksonville which was pre-in I i tied. selection ot Florida as the I est protection. This trip will In- during thl period, but at city via the Gainesville-Jackson- ;':It:

making on this block and the added sided at the trial, Scofleld was I,j| Clermont $325,000 bond 1sjsue location for the annual meeting of I j'elude a visit to the Satiuma hours that will not conflict with vtlle Route at Starke Instead of following -

! touch to the building is another progress three days.Thos. W. Pal-j approved,lor Improvement ot the American Forestry Association Height< Are tower and later to the the general program. An attendance the short route a* planned; ; j ':

Improvement. Road 28 Joins the I represented by Col.and Col. E. M. highways In new road district: ly- '| U In recognition of the educational field experiment of the naval of over fire hundred I I. expected. through thtft city to connect with,? ( ,"

block on the sputh and by the time mer ot Tampa, ling i south and east of this city. J(I campaign now under way and ot Stores Experiment Station at I East Coast points." .. :'I I
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I and much needed equipment o-j f sent too because of the flu. or frill i that ; bound with tape? Mr. Adler that the protest was un- Commerce has been designated ax

i4: other sorts. It Is safe for me t<(> 1 --- I' Hrrrrulnff boors and Windows necessary-he had acted ImmedIately registration headquarters. A local
: BRADFORDHIGH Edna Strickland, Iva Boyd and 1. Are all the windows com- I
wish my great-aunt dead as I'' committee wUl meet all trains with
Hazel Underhill were given teachers pletely covered by screens? 2. Are
1 haven't any. examinations last week. I the screens easily removed for "In one particular your tele- I busses and cars to transport visitors !
SCHOOL -
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f'ti JOURNAL HONOR ROLL) FOUNT MONTI I cleaning? 3. Do strong, well braced gram Is In error." Mr. Adler wrote to registration headquarter

.I Clara Louise Peek, Jeannette screen doors fit the door opening the chamber. "I refer to that por- or hotels.

Low first: Ralph Rhodes Florence Johns, Batrlce Johns. Eloise Hitch, closely? 4. Do doors have strong tion of It In which you state that The Florida East Coast, the Sen-

J Ton .\H, ON TRII'IK-" I mira tlon. I realize that to reach Mersereau. Margaret Pearce Murrah Rooks, Milton Brownlee, springs that hold them tight? Did The Chattanooga Times is 'runninga board Air Line and the Atlantic+

; JIKAOKU: THIS AFTKKXOON i I this goal It takes practice, as thisIs I Junior McDonnell, Carlyle Hitch, you select a Rood copper wire series on Florida, by Will Shep- Coast Line have granted a special

one game In which the old say- Burch Hart Marlon Dowllng Lot I'I and James William Wainwright, screen that will last? herd,' which Is not the case. We round trip rate of one and one-hair
Local basketball fans have an Snell, Margaret Lowry. Miss Ollvi 3 were among those whose examina- tare from all their
1 lag, 'practice makes perfect, Is, Kniw: of Cleaning dd: run one article to which you points on lines

appetizing afternoon in store for true to action. I would be willingto Ray, teacher. tions were delayed because of ill- 1. Are your floors and walls took exception and, I think, right- within the state toVest Palm

them today. Bradford's Tornadoes do the practice, keep the train First A & B: Jewett Fogg. Jessi o, ness. easily cleaned? 2. Are your walls fully so, but the second and subse- Beach, for the All-Florida Cong-

represent Starke in a clash) with ing rules, etc., but I would wish Ricks, Coy Simmons, M. V. Johns have entered hard and thus dirt resistant; and quent articles never appeared. The ress, Tuesday February 12. The
Many
of having a new pupils in fact more special rate tickets will be sold
sufficient
t the Boy Scouts from our sister city for the opportunity Iva Sapp. Mrs. Hitch teacher. the lower grades at the start of easily cleaned? 3. Do you have ball first was ,
schooled in the I I and when the February 11, and the morning of
coach or someone than sufficient,
of Lawtey, while the Lawtey town Low 2nd B: Betty Sue Kruse. the new semester. Those entered bearing rollers on your kitchen
orders February 12, for all trains arriving
team will meet an independent five game to aid me. Cleone Kdmondson Paul Mott. I tables they be moved writer read that article -
Christmas so can near
since are: Howard Dun. .
I wish of that at West Palm Beach be ton,
The second opportunity I' were given that no more
of Alachua in what Is generally Miss Frekrlka Struth, teacher. sink when cleaning kitchen
lap, Robert Judd Clifton: Hayes, your
study and in this noon and the return journey
to be printed must
for is the opportunty nature were to
expected to be a rough and tumble Second grade: Mellie Silcox,, I Ruby Lilco Julia Wlntsler, Juan- utensils or dishes/' 4. Have you any
Not be
art. by midnight Feb.
take dancing as an I completed
battle royal. up Lillian Mosely Mary Jane Judd, 'dust catchers around such newspaper. I
Ita Priest, and Juanita McCauley.: as accumulated -
but and the 14. It is of the few times thai.
for publicity, Times one
R for a career, nor The Chattanooga
Coach Ray's Tornadoes wind Clara Flume, Nettle Dowling, Eva I
,
up / In the second grade are Earnest bottles, old dishes, tin '
+i I| for own Individual pleasure. New York Times are under the special rates have been granted to
my ,,
of Edwards Ida Mae Andrews A. ZAdklns.
a week hard practice and a and D. of the cabinets
Paul Newsome. E. Starling, : ta1JS or jars, on top '
knows Is very that of AdoplhS. the lower East Coast resort dls-
Dancing as everyone ownershp! ,
same
i a week of hard practice and a Jr., Leon Leach, Joe Illg-" shelves
Beatrice Underhill and Dorcla ? 5. Are so
beautiful or presses your and Mr. i trict the : of the winter .
healthful, making the body Ochs of New York, I during height
glnbotham, Inman Green McKaj:
i game with Penney Farms last ,
and Smith. New pupils in the third deep that dust and dirt can easily best
and giving a person grace Ochs Is one of Florida's season
Wednesday and feel fit and Johnson Thomas Lewis, Melvin l
[
prepared all grade are Charles Priest and hide behind: things on the shelves?
to Hundreds
recommended of tourists the
to give the Lawtey boys poise. It is Grll s. Miss Ethel Griffin, teacher. friends In the metropolitan news- on
a
'Do
l.. football and tennisplayers : Woodrow Strickland. In the fourth you realize the Importance of West Coast and throughout Central
thorough trouncing.The basketball teaches them to Third grade: Billy Long, Billy I grade; are Ruth Ella Priest and narrow shelves/' 8. Are your paper fraternity. and Southern Florida
.
Wbirldwind. fresh from a because It I Powell, L. O. Jones, Jr., Beatrice, -II---- are ex-
Willie Mae Newsome. shelves painted or covered with! oilcloth AI.L 1.'J.OlUU.'OSCiBl'iotS: i
along
to take
to of the
i their balance, go pected advantage
Came with Waldo, Wednesday, are I keep Mosely, Frances Lee Peek, Wlllei shelf ,
7. Do have or
smoothly In time and relieves them I ? you a -- I rate for a brief visit to Palm Beach
attempting to get a game with the I Mae Thornton, Bessie Varnes, Car A few have also moved away. cabinet near the sink for -cleaning I The local committee on arrange- :,'and Miami.
awkwardness.The
Alachua girls. If this is done, the 'of third opportunity 1 have ol White, Beukth Brown, Hazel i This number Includes Pearl Griffis, supplies? 8. Do you have hooks under ment for entertaining the All- ---

Tornado court will offer a triple- Crews. Miss Madge Middleton,, Olsen Thomas, Carl Carlton, Jesse shakeror the Palm I Tampa Construction of $4-
wished for Is to be exempt In all the shelf to hang a soap Florida Congress at
: header this afternoon. Certainly a examinations, Just one timeIn teacher. I Powers, Gerald Judd, of the first a dish mop? 9. Is there a rackto Beaches, Tuesday February 12 announces ,, 000,000 causeway over Ofd Tam-

;r bountiful bill of basketball. Triple- of my school days. I have had this Fourth grade: A. W. Anderson,, grade; Henry Smith, S. I. Alvarez, hang your r dish cloths? 10. Have that thirteen hotels in pa Bay from here to Clearwater

) ; header or double-header, a good my Mae Mersereau, Bertie Mae Ward Iris Kite Albertson and In .
Margaret will
and eight be started immediately.NOTICE
that Is partly, but you ever. figured out how many West Palm Beach I.
i opportunity, __
Mrs. McRae teacher.
sized crowd is expected. The first --
of the second
Everett Howard
been able to grasp It acres of dish wiping you will: save Palm Beach have granted special '
will start at 3:30.TIIK have never Fourth grade: Virginia Alvarez,, .
: game :
and Flora of the
grade, Fenney attend the con-
will
fully. There Is nothing given yourself in a year, if you get rates for those who

h : OPPORTUNITIES-I WISH away without some strings on It, Freda Martha Brown Slade, ,Resse Edward Bradley Bagwell, Don third grade. I a dish drier? 12. Have you a closed ,, gress, and the conferences, to be I II

1 FOIl and If you are exempt from exams cabinet for cooking held In connection there with. The !
1 must make your grades, but Stllley Erma Sloan, Myrtis Ford, Many pupils in the junior high Il'SOL.1-I I.I hotels inVest Pal... Beach making
you Arthur Swanbom. Miss Gussie Mae
school who have been taking the FUHUU."IXU OK rates, and the rates.
(By Ruth Sternberg.) grades are not the strings, you the special
The theme the first be A plus student In Bennett, teacher. soda and grapefruit cure are backIn j TIO European plan, for room and bath,
following Is must also an Fifth grade: Ruby Leach, Fannie I i DR. GEO. E. LYONS
school and taking the examinations beds fol-
of a series which will be selected citizenship, that Is to get to schoolon Silcox Ludia Scott Dorothy two In a room, with two ,
,
a p each week from the composition time, walk with your hands in White, Elaine Wynn, Leona Ward that they missed during. their When Will Shepherd, editor ofa low: Alma, $5; Buena Vista, $4; IIEGI)4TEREDOptometrist: ;

classes of the higher grades: I your pockets and look neither to Lois Judd Leo Edwards. Miss absence. small weekly newspaper In Chattanooga \ Dixie Court, $6-$7; Enoree, $4;

To begin I might say that the the front, side or back of you. Eunice Perkins, teacher. B. If. s. BUNK broke forth In the Chattanooga liaise, $5; Lake Court Apart and Optician .
I have Times late last month $5 Monterey, $5; Mlromlr
opportunities I wish for are four I The fourth opportunity Sixth grade: Alice Mast, LouIse ments ;
t fold. First to be an excellent wished for is to have a rich great- I Kite Annie Murrhee, Helen Miss Jackson-Now name Amer with the first of what was Intended i Inn $5-$6; Pennsylvania, $8;

1 million, to be a, series of articles on Poinsettia, $6; Salt Air, $6; and
basketball
player. All my life, or aunt to die and leave me a Mersereau, Alma Thornton, Harry ica's greatest general

1 ))1r rather everslnce I can remember, dollars so that 1 could donate one- I Edwards Martha: Powell, Mildred Merrill S.-General Motors. Florida and Florida conditions the I Winter Rise $4. The Royal Palm Will be atIlollinpsworth

; I have looked upon good basketball half of It to the Bradford High Grlffls, Joe Griffis, Donald McRae, vltrol he spilled: was so destructive has fixed a rate of $12-$16 American

mff players with wonder and ad- School for a library, athletic funds Louise Snyder. Miss Minnie Gru- Paul-They tell me Annie May it destroyed the remainder of the plan. At Palm Beach, Ocean Shop
re 1 Florida State Chamberof Danelll, $8; Ven-
ber, teacher. bcmght that dress by Installment. series, the View $T; Royal
Commerce has been.advised by Alba, on application; STARKETo
be Ita, $15;
Seventh, grade: Lois Adkins, Lester-Then she must wear-
Adler general manager of plan, Everglades Inn,
II. C. American
Martha Brownlee, Lois Long, Kit- ing the first installment now. examine eyes and fit the
]Hovto PlayBRIDGE ty Hogsed Bonnie Canova I the- Times, and for many years a $18; New Palm Beach and Royal

,a Blanche Allgood Dorothy Swan- Rooks-Let me see what time member of the Southern Division Polncianna, on application. Reservations proper glasses. Consultationsand

did I come home last night? ( Advisory Board of the Associated should be made directly examinations free Dr.

born.Eighth grade: Louise Marcotte, Rev. Hooks-Three o'clock this Press.Shepherd's. with the hotels. Lyons can tell you more about
article bore the title, of the conferences to
All group
Hope Haynes, Iva Forsyth, Lucile morning.RooksAnd. : will your eyes In ten minutes, free
M what time did I get I "Finds Florida: Pathetic Land of 'be held during the forenoon
Edwards Mary Brownlee,
; r' Series 1928-29 by Ninth grade: Victor Thomas up yesterday morning? Desolation." Shepherd had just take place at the Tourist Club, than you could get for a $10

Wynne Ferguson Bessie Bradley, Rooks-Eight o'clock last I returned to Chattanooga after a with the exception of those devoted bill elsewhere. Call and see

Florida and it the and tourist activities,
motor trip to to hotels
Tenth grade; Milton Brownlee night. I
I
q ,\ Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE first article was a foretaste of the and chambers of commerce. These
Jr., Alice Fernandez, Richard :I
1 -- Long, Gary Overstreet, Muriel Silt I James-What I like Is bat'hlng remainder of the series, the others will be held In the PennsylvaniaHotel. him.Permanent
e Copyright 1VJ8. by Hoylc. Itself which
Jr. Hazel White beauties. would have eclipsed any which appeared The Congress ,
cox, Cleo Thomas, I I
Guy Andrews. I Mac-How did you ever come to during the organized countrywide -' will convene at 2 p. m. will be
i ARTICLE No. 17l campaign of vllllflcatlon! held at the Royal Polncianna In
v )+ Eleventh: grade: Eva Marcotte bathe one? I I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
There huts. of Florida late in 1925 and early Palm Beach.
been much Lester
discussion! as Edna Stansburg, Sponholtz,
to the advisability of bidding four or : Y .! Hazel Underhill. Young Man-Miss Dense, allowme In 1926. I It Is Important that those who J1Y HIM

's more of a suit headed by the ace k'ng; : A B :: Twelfth grade: Willie Mae to 'present Professor Ray. I I The State Chamber lost no timein come to Palm Beach for the series 20 Years' Experience

?p, without an outside trick. Practically t Z ; Hinson, Dorothy Sapp, Edna Miss Dense-Oh, Professor, filing a protest when Shepherd's !of conferences and the Congress,
t all players agree that such a bid is a please do something absentminded. ''article was brought to its attention register and to this end the
Nolan Canova.
Strickland
, losing bid if the bidder is left in to No score, rubber game.;: Z dealt and .. I but It has been advised by Greater Palm Beach Chamber of
play the hand but they also agree that passed. A bid one diamond. Y
passed iiOWKY TALK FKATCKKttCHAPKL -
the information. I
tit given by such a bid bid
!? one no trump and Z passed. A
ill of the : June-I really am getting too Jbr, tcomemicol Trantfortfliom
value
d greatest to partner if bill five diamonds and all passed. \Vhat I
,' the opponents win the final declaration. is Y's proper opening lead? The only fat, what must I do to reduce? ,
I' In other words, such a bid is weak as lead that will defeat the bid is the ace 'I. Rev. Lowry, pastor of the Presbyterian Leach-My sister suggests going: ,

an offensive proposition but strong of spudes, followed by the eight. A will church was the guest of out with Cuple Hitch
.
from defensive : . ........ ,
a standpoint For ex- win this.. trick Thurs -
e and lead a diamond l the Bradford students last ;
ample suppose aa dealer you hold the which ILwil I win with the ace. Z will day morning. Rev. Lowry offeredan Doctor-I've bad news for you, .. ; : : I
following hand.I IlIedrtsl0,6 I. ; ; ; : :: :: : ;.Hsi
then lead a spade which Y will trump Interesting and valuable talk you'll never be able to work again. ; ; .
t and thus defeat the co'ract' by one {; !!
Clubs-8, 4, 2 trick. Any other lead by Y with the during chapel exercise. He com- Buck Whaddaya mean bad '

41. 1)iamondsJ. 7, 6, 3 foregoing hand will give A B the game pared the growth of child character ne W8.:? .... .... .. "

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If you bid one spade this hand and .. : IX CylIndermothn ::::: ::::::-. :.:
on The lead is so very important in stressing the Importance of good Mr. Ray-Lester, can you tell --.. ,: : .::::.:.:.:;::: ;:;:.;.:
i are down left in to {play it, you probably will Auction, and even more so at Contract foundation, good materials and me how matches are made. ........:. -,',-:.:.."
go a trick or so; but even then that too much thought cannot be de- good construction\ of both.KVSIUTH Lester-No sir, but I don't blame
you doubtless will have saved a game voted to a study of sound !leads. Whena .
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c by doing so. On the other hand, suppose positive direction as to the proper \ : you for wanting to know.

you bid one spnuV; second hand lead can be given on the first round, Mr. Ray-Why, what do you
'''w bids+ two hearts and nil pass. Your don't )hesitate to make the bid even mean? I
below
l i j partner now knows information with only four or more to the ace king Editor's Note-The column Lester Mother says you've I II ( \
and how often that saves and no outside tricks. "Newsblts Is a new feature been.trying to make one for three
the game! Here is a tricky hand just submitted published for the first time In this I -

From a defensive standpoint there by a correspondent; Issue. The existence of this department years. .
is no doubt as to the value! of bidding .

top cards, such as ace king suits with Problem No. 20 will depend largely upon IXTS TO lIut."S"WI\H: ... .; .: :'. : ...: .... ...: .. .,.
four or more on the opening round. contributions by our readers. Personals ONKITCIENIMPROVEMENT : : .;../:.:'.;:: .. :.:.;:: -::: : ;....:;-:-: .

If you pass such a ham!, the contract I Y tI sidelights, or any school

I may be too high to justify a bid on the IA I B tI news of the type suggested below : a -

second round. Z t may be offered for publication. (By Virginia P. Moore)
For example, suppose the dealer -

passes with the foregoing hand, second Hearts-Q. J 4,3 The fifth sixth and seventh and Ventilation
i it hand bids one heart, the dealer's part- Clubs- 10, grades will hold first practices of
ner passes and the partner of the heart Diamonds 9 7,6,3 1. Have you made'a diagram
bidder says "three hearts". \\hat can Spades-A, 9, their operetta, "The Indian Prin or drawing of your kitchen it

the dealer do then? His hand is too No score, rubber !game. Z dealt and cess" this week. This musical Is now? 2. Will you make a draw-I
weak to bid three spades so he is .. t. A play never offered before In
.. "Pj .ooe< passed and Y bid one club. ing and plans for the arrang
the force 1topassandhispartnerwithoutfr L B passel, what should Z bid with Starke before, la under the direction of your kitchen after you have -
information given by the spade bid the foregoing hand!? An analysis of ,I of Mrs. Wall, music supervisor the bulletin: "The Con I
!1 l+ a is forced to guess as to the proper I lead this h.ind and the holdings of the other studied natural
and is ? 3Is the
i more apt to guess wrong than three players will be given in the next venient Kitchen
t. right. article. lighting In your kitchen good? 4.
!
i" Don't hesitate to bid a suit con Here is another query from a cor- Nolan Canova, popular senior, Do you get In your own light when
4 i, taming top card on the first round of respondent: was back at school last week, af- are at the mixing table, the ,
j you
I bidding and thus anticipate( an adverse ter a two weeks absence on ac- win
the
j or the sink? 5. Is
; declaration that otherwise stove
might puzzle
Problem No. of Illness.
21 count
;' partner as to the pror] (lead.Such bids. dow up high so that when It is
'i' sre always sound defensive bids and Hearts-none opened It will not cause a draftto with increased Speed ti

the advantages of bidding them more Clubs-A.Q, 10.9.7,6.3 The high school glee clubs are be on your stove? 6. Are the $59\5

than outweigh their disadvantages. Diamonds-Q. 9, 8 preparing for their second conicert least two sides of
In at
For example here are two hands. Spades-A. 1O, 4 to be given within a few windows lightIng and
i where the lead is an important factor! weeks. Among the selections to the room? 7. Is the artificial The *-" Acceleration !
In 93Phaeton
Hearts-A, 7,6 : Y J I placed so you will not get R.Mdter...
be given are "Who Knows? and J
Clubs- 10, 8, 5 aA B : "Mother: alachree." They have your own light? 8. If there Is no I .....525

Diamonds-Q, J, 9, 7, 5 : Z : "On electric light, do you have a good ':h. '595 Marvelous six-cylinder: smoothness
J ; Spades Q, 9 several specialties Including placed on at least Coup*"... throughout the
No score rubber game. If Z are ,
t Y t one no trumP and A passed, whatshould politlan Nights." The quartettewill two walls (four rarKt695; and rumble
i (' tAB t Y bid with the foregoing hand? also have a part in the pro of your kitchen? 8. Are your curtains ... that makes driving. and riding a

t Z I tKo Aa analysis of this. hand and of no gram. easily cleaned, and do they : : : constant delight! Increased speed and acceleration

trump take-outs will be given in the color not that Is pleasing? lI'SLiin4ga'7Zs. 3 with 32 ,
a
.. next article. give; ; % more power for hills and heavy going!
score rubber game. Z dealt and What do you think of an appropriately Delivery. ... OV3Ll
I( is A high school assembly will be
hand
ere a where
pasned.. A bid the is
Y bid play the
one heart two colored oil cloth valance ht net.- Such are the qualities of performance
all-important feature. held this coming Wednesday morn- now available
diamond, B bid four hearts and all Figure out your -- try tluiMUiUll:
passed. What is V's proper lead? The plait of play and compare with the Ing. It will be the tint In several I lTonI '-45 In the price range of the four. Such are some of the

only lead that would nave saved game analysis that: will be given in the next weeks. because of examinations, h I ,' outstanding
q In this hand was the queen of spades; article: and vocational-training. An enter. aLa'YTonChn.-f.. ( E f| reasons why the new Chevrolet Six is

but how many players would be able taming program Is promised.The TAMPA All tiCJ.0.e. enjoying the most triumphant public reception ever
II to guess that lead?The normal opening Problem: No. 23 _' Itory./i..r, accorded a Chevrolet car.
b the queen of diamonds and with thisopening Hearts MlchlgenCheck

't A B will easily score game. Clubs. -A.K.'p KT10.l Junior class have begun If you have never driven
7,5,4 Chevrolet the
M Z s hand was as follows: DiamondsK. J. 6 early preparations for the Junior- is a good market for Delivered PricesTherlnclud new Chevrolet Six, you
+ It learts-5 Spades-A, 7 senior banquet which will be held I are cordially invited to come In for a demonstration.

Clubs-9. 6, 3, 2 the last part of this semester. what you wish to sell loweit handling* the

c Diamonds-8,4,2: Y end financing.
a
t -
j Spades: A. K, 5.3 tA B : The solid geometry class has USE -1&" a..nab'a' Sf. tl. range of" the four!
H. said after the hand that he didn'tconsider : Z I
: taken up advanced arithmetic under
i the hand contained
a sound
-- the supervision of Proto Dow-, The Classified Cob -
1 opening bid. That
probably was true Hurts-9, 8 5
I
from a bidding standpoint but not Clubs ling. Other subjects introduced: TORODE-RITCII
-9, 6
,. from a defensive'one. Don't hesitateto Diamonds-l0 since examinations Include economics umns in I CHEVROLET COMPANY

make these bids as dealer or as Spades- K. Q. 9,8, 6. 5 under Miss Myrwln Jackson The TAMPA DAILY :i
defensive bids on the first round No I Starke
provided score, rubber game. Z dealt and and English history under Florida
v ,of course,the preceding bids are rw* *'d. A passed. Y bid one no trump Miss Myrtice Jackson. TIMES .- --, -
C not too high. B bid two hearts, Z bid two spades and
Here is another hand! showing the A passed. V bid two I
no B bid
trump. I Willie Mae Illnson senior: ,
!importance of the was "Florida's Great
opening( lead: three diamonds. Z bid three spades and ; _
p I + Hearts K. I, 7, 4 all passed. A opened a low heart 11 hich I back In school last week after an. ,
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Clubs--10,8,5,2: : B won with the ace. B returned a low i attack of Influenza. Eva !Marcotte Home Daily"Tampa : ::: .. .
i Diamonds7.6,3e heart and all followed suit. How should i treasurer of the Junior class also I Q U L--1''T.-Y : A .T. 't 'V.-CO: : : : : :: : ..S.T

,& t' d fi SpadesA, 8 Z play the hand from there ones ,returned Monday, after being ab- : : : :
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was sent to Jail here for thirty HAMPTON\ | eat of forest 1'1'01..11011. and over _
New of Florida Shoes :
in Paragraph t days> after conviction in munlI.pal \ 1 : Talks
r II."r. ; Forestry
court on charge of 9 I to school children and Seaboard Hallway schedules for
( a wearingIlUen's ................ ... I adults. In addition: 270 routers
-- Starke were posted as fololws
i clothing/ When the Judge I' :
Mrs. W. C. Thomas. music teacher According to reports received were put up calling attention to Koiiflilmmul.
pronounced the
"sentence, she said
from Karl: Taylor Unit Director of the damage clone "by forest (tires In No. 1 Local)
[Live Stats News : sweetly: "Make It sixty If you want entertained her music pupils --( ) 10:07: p. m.
to judge." She did not oppose with a party last Saturday evening the American Forestry Association, "'Iorhland over 2500! people saw No. It-Lo..al. ) 11:48: a. m.
I "finger printing" by the identification February the !Mil' at Hotel 1 and MA two motion picture operators exhibits placed by Mr. Taylor and No. 3,-(Limited) 9:44: a. m.

r. bureau, but flatly refused to ]Hampton. Each music scholar was ; over 3000 people heard and his operators. No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m.
be photographed. I requested to play one selection on ;I saw the story of forest prt tectlonjas These activities are the result No. 191-(Limited) 11:31: p. m,
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I I I the piano, which they all compliedwith unfolded In Interesting talks of the contribution of ten thousand NorthboundNo.
Fort Lauderhdale Mrs. Ruth willingly and beautifully. ,:land motion I picture! films in Florida dollars a year for a three-year perIod 2-(Local) 4:41: a. m.
Bryan Owen, during January. Accordingto made by the American For- No. 12-Local) 3:60: p. m.
congresswoman-elect
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g> for Florida, Is offering a scholar |joyed. At the conclusion of the Mr. Taylor's report to the Florida ''estry Association! and met by funds No. 4-(Limited) 9:01: p. m.
Chaires-A bond issue of $50- office on the.Independent. ticket. I ship to the University of Miami, at party hot chocolate and cake was Forest Service 3682 persons at-II raised by the Florida Forestry As- No. 108-(Limited) 6:45: p. in. 1
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JOOO the erection of a modern sociation and the Florida Forest No. 192 Limited
for I Miami, Fla., to the Broward county served abundantly. Those in attendance --( ) arriving i
{school building here has been vot- Plant CitY-Curiosity of a child student winning the oratorical I were: Misses Edna and ment next Sunday morning and Service here at 5:31: a. m., stops only for

led almost unanimously. Erection regarding the contents of a can left I contest to be staged shortly at the Eleanor Harrison, Annies Laura evening.Itev. I' Tho Interest of wealthy Indivld- I the purpose of letting off passengers -
I Clarke, pastor of the 'nals and organizations In Florida -
of Florida. In from the East Coast
University ,
lot school will take place short- i upon a mantle caused the death offering and Lillian Tucker, Marlon Jones '
the at Springhead i the scholarship, she had in mind ;and Merl Johnson. Other guests Methodist church here, is teachinga Forestry, and In this educational Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, (Orange Blossoms -
ly. I near here of Julian ,not only the ability of the speaker I, were Invited to participate this class In missionary work. The campaign, which, is recog- limited trains) do not stopIn
I
J. Ulmes, 7-year-old son of Mr.\ and I Ito deliver an address, but to stlm- I': wonderful treat, Mr. and Mrs. W. textbook Is entitled "The Metho- nized as one of the outstanding Starke.
Gainesville-Half a dozen counties -I Mrs. J. J. nimes dist Evangel." educational of the .
of that place. I ulate interest In government; and O. Bennett of Hawthorne, Miss E. forestry projects \Vnnnpc Branch
of Central Florida are expected Julian tried to find out what the citizenship duties, she said. ; May Jones and M. C. Sweeney. Mrs U. M. Paver and daughter United States is further inlllcuted No. 101-Leaves Starke !9 a. m. r '
be represented at a meeting I :Miss Blanche, were the guests of
to can contained, and it proved to be Mrs. II. N. Williams spent the I by a statement of the American No. 102-Arrives Slarke 4:40: p.
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lot the Central Florida Medical So- Mrs. Faver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. effect
oil. Some of the contents spilled I Key West-Having demonstrated week-end with her mother in Law- Forestry Association to the m.
ciety, to be beld here February 13. over him and became Ignited, bad- already that men can escape ', 10. II aynes. that Its annual, meeting will beheld : lime HUN Lines
(Members of the Alachua County ;j i without from 'I tey.Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter In Jacksonville February 27 Northbound-6:10 8:63
ly burning him. I outside aid depths | A. A. Futch and little : a. m., :
(Medical Society. will. be. hosts. S lot 40 to 76 feet under the sea, the daughter, Lois, of Leesburg, are were visiting in Waldo, this .I a. m., 1:58: p. m., 6:18: p. m., 8:68 \

Orlando-A party of about half submarine 8-4 will be towed buck I the guests of Mrs. Futch's mother I week. I tenta-tive p. m.
Leslie Sharehouse family
Jacksonville-Federal prohibition -I a hundred New Englanders will to the testing grounds tomorrowfor :|and sister, Mrs. Emma Bishop and Mr. and Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:07p. :
agents seized a carload of assorted i, shortly "see Florida first" aboarda trials at a 110 feet depth. The Mrs. ]K. WatterBon.. of Hawthorne, were the guests fled to speak on the lumber situa- m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50p. :
liquors here last night, 3500 motor bus. The visitors will /tender will leave with the submersible I The Lawtey basketball team I|of Mrs. L. G. Johns last Sunday. I tion, the naval stores Industry and m.
valued at $20,000, a few Miss Daisy Moore, of CleurwaIter -
quarts I come from Massachusetts, Maine\ in tow tomorrow afternoon played the Hampton" school team | all phases of reforestation and
I minutes before its train left. The. Rhode! Island, and other states of i and the tests, halted when here last Friday afternoon. The I was the guest of her aunt, beautlflcatlon. Those In charge of ----

(car was consigned to what officers that section, and will arrive here ,, the periscope sprang a leak last I victory was Hampton's, the score Mrs. T. F. Brown. I I the )program Indicate that the papers On Tuesday of this week Lind-
said was a fictitious firm In Chi- February 21. Tampa, Ybor City, I week, will be resumed Monday\ ,, being 2512.Mr. j Mr. and 1 13. T. Duncan of Gainesville will be non-technical in na- borgh made history for Florida by

cago. I Plant City, Winter Haven, St. Pet :(I morning. The periscope was repaIred anti Mrs. Hale of I East Hartford visited Mrs. Duncan's parents ture and of Interest to every )property starting I the first air mall service
*
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn.
ersburg and other points will\ be on at the naval base here. Conn., have been the guestsof i iKev owner In the state. The meetings between Miami and Panama. ThisIs
A leopard shark, Norrls, pastor of I the First
Fort Myers *
the itinerary. I I Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Could. They will be open to the public und the first time Lindbergh has carried -
somewhat rare In South Florida Baptist church, preached two Interesting -
I MR*. riMIOLSTKIl; ASSKI! .
attendance is pieced.JACK the
visited Silver Springs In Marion; a large ex mall since he made his
]waters, was captured by E. A. +Itllf.t, 3IOIIMNU; : sermons! here last Sun-,
AWAY LAST I
St. A swim-
I Augustine new county while here. : I --- -- memorable trans-Atlantic crossing ;
r(white, New York realtor, and J.Jw day. Although the weather was
ming record for 500 will be (I
yards Mr. Spauldlng of Theressa, was from New York to Paris.Florida's ,
UOHKllTH) :
Ellis, of Cleveland, winter gloomy, there was sickness In
i sought here on February 14 by Green Cove Springs, Feb. 8.- transacting business here last Monday -- ..
guests here. The two were fishing Miss\ Martha Norelius, national !Mrs Indiana G. Pinholster died at town, the attendance was good at i
both services. I j I! Jack Roberts, 3-yenr-old eon of fishing Industry brings
tlva island when they landed -
Cal> at ,
on Olympic swimming champion, and six o'clock last Friday morning Miss Thelma Sullivan spent the
j the shark. The subject used at the morning Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Roberts of Ora- In thousands of dollars annuallyand r
I holder of various free style rec- the home of her brother, Mr. W. I week-end with her parents, Mr. .
service was "A (Life That Counts." ham, died early Sunday afternoon gives employment to hundreds!
ords. The attempt will be madein O. Geiger, on Idlewild avenue. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Theres- I i
j Fort Myers-Marshall Scott, of the Alcazar hotel casino. Miss For more than thirty months ,'BU. Many beautiful phrases and comparisons at a local hospital following a of people It Is a fascinating business -

Sears, was operated upon at a local -I INorellus Is now in training' at Mrs. Plnholster had been a bedridden Itev. Dixon of Jacksonville, pas- were used, which made brief Illness. Besides his! parents, ns well as a healthy one. Another

hospital for appendicitis and Palm Beach for the national I invalid and was cared for I tor of the First Christian/ church the subject Interesting. i i I i the child Is survived liy one-half Florida flailing port that is ;w,
I when being taken from the op- '(champions to be held at Chicago by her brother and sister, Mr. W. here, will fill his regular appolnt- I II The subject used for the evening sister, Knza Weaver at home The rapidly coming Into the front along f i
erating room, his wife was stricken later this month. '0. and Miss Rosa Geiger, who min- I service! was "Face to Face With j body, accompanied by relatives. I with Apalachicola, Fernandlna j
with the same malady and sur- istered to her wants and needs I God." It was beautifully handled was forwarded last night to Starke !and Cedar Key Is Port Canaveral.The .
geons had to make it a ."family I St. Petersburg The Children's with tender and loving devotion. 'I bearers were: Messrs. O. F. Baber, and every thought and phrase was for funeral services and Interment Cocoa Tribune states that 37,-
(party." The two operations took Home Society of Florida has been Mrs. Pinholster bore her affliction W. T. Wilson, L. It. Thomas, Ira I(I made to appeal to the listeners, !j j Local arrangement were directed 000 pounds of shrimp went to the

(place within an hour. I enriched by $10,000 as the resultof with patient Christian! fortitude.She I+Thomas, J. T. Conway and K. E. ,I rendering the sermon very'Impres1slve. I by the Soashole Funeral Parlors.. northern markets In one week recently I,
Aultmanx : i Times-Union Feb. llth. from that I.r .
the will of Mrs. Marietta Strat- was born July 25th, 1860. :: i I point. '

Lakeland Applications have ton, who died here a short time at the family home at Belmore, I I a''
(been received at the home here of ago. She was the wdow! of'' Fla., her parents being Mr. and > ,

(the United Brotherhood of Carpenters Chauncey Stratton, who died in Mrs. Ell W. Geiger. As Indiana /J;:

and Joiners of America for 1920, leaving her his estate with Geiger she married Mr. Jesse Wil- ,
(the entrance to the home of forty- the provision that It go to the son on March 1st. 1885, who lived \ ';1

one members of the organization. j[charitable organization at her only four years. On February 6th, ., ..,),11.
The applicants, whose entrance death. 1902 she married lion I. W Pin ;,; '
I had been approved by the general holster, who died several yearsago. '
:
j executive board, will form the first West Palm Beach-Golfers at With: the exception of a few ,; ,; ,. ,
group of members to enter the the Kelsey City course are ('onsld-I years when she resided in Brad- j (
(home recently erected. ,ering the adoption of a ruling ford county Mrs. PinholHter spent It' 1
life In Clay county. In ,"* & "
waiving the penalty when an her entire
Oartow-. C. Ilolloway grape''I gator gulps down a golf ball. alii-I curly girlhood she united with the J' *hil.,, :.;. ,

vineyard owner here, was fined dies on the the course are Baptst: church and her entire life :
t-ii; In criminal: court because he''I pla'nlng about golf ball eating was one of beautiful Christian ex- I; ,i!

[.allowed a quantity of grape Juice, '1 "gators." Two euarlans sun them- ample. yip t,:

,>'ranted during an over-supply of selves regularly on the course, one I She :s survived by four brothers,
It the! fruit, to ferment while In stor- ,'at the second tee and the other at all of Green Cove Springs; : Messrs.

.igt/ He pleaded guilty to a charge the fifth. A. II Geiger a leading merchantof
w possessing intoxicating liquors i I. I'. tlie county, Judge O. W. Geiger, )
liwt denied that he had sold any of j, Winter Haven-A conference of county judge; Mr. ,\!. O. Geiger; ,. >
|I he wine. I I executives and members of the I former tax collector, and Mr. K. F:. ,"

s I I stuffs of directors of various recreation I Geiger!: president of the Clay County Lb n
West Palm Beach -- "Stop departments of the state Mottling Works; two sisters, S
.
iff will be the watch word of'' will attend a district conference at Mrs. J. Kaserman, Lake ]Helen,and s \
.
..JloUn F. Ilylan, former mayor of !Miami Beach March 14 to 16. No- 'I Miss Rosa Geiger! of Green Cove \ /t
(.Now York if he decides to attempt tice of the conference has been Springs; besides" many other relatives I \
jio regain that office next year he sent out by James IS. Williams, and friends. ly
(announced upon his arrival here district repersentatlve of the Playground Funeral services were conductedat \) _
b 01 a winter vacation. Mr. hymn and Recreation Association j the First Baptist church by Rev.

[was quoted as having acknowledg- of America. N. A. Thompson, assisted by ItevNoblott. la,
i d that there was a posslb'lity of I I Interment was In the new i h

,tie becoming_ : a candidate: _for_ _the_ I1 I Orlando An 18-year-old girl _Hickory_ _Grove cemetery. _The_ pall-. \ ;
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BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER i he insurance firm of J. R. Davis I FOR FLORIDA BERRY GROWERS short illness and funerul : :''Of'

& Co., for the last /five years has and burial held at Santa i l' 111''.

i purchased the Interest of R. J. Davis '- '
I -- -'-- tery, Hampton Thursd .
JUtJJ)OJ..: IMRTY GIInv attractive, tallies in shape of heartH 7. ,| -MIH, 'r'f'llil' or lli.- IIdl't."S| l and la i now sole owner and Mr. E. S. MattheWH was adv.afd HACKS: AT .IKIYTO.XA: ItHACH noon. Ills widow and K"I I I"oil''"

JIIW. .\. K. CKKWH: with) Jold decorations I of the "
wore panned ] Mark 1 : 10,41 I And there came nanager agency. by wire Tuesday of favorable action dren survive.
to the !guests and the play begun : This agency, the oldest of its by the Interstate Commerce That automobile. speed boat and ------ --

Mrs. A, 8, Crews entprial/nod a Several Interesting progexHlons -i a leper to him IWl 1
number of her friends with a de- of the game were enjoyed and kneeling down to him and nterlng upon Its fortythirdear road Commission's light to secure and during the International extensively remodeled.

l'< held
Speed Trials to be on >i \'s'iin"e'' : :\nrici
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; at her home. I M. WainwrIght held top score canst make mo clean. 41. An Je- established by the late Col. C. L. shippers of strawberries. The Interstate Beach Ocean Speedway 01 s \ ,.

The guests itpent! an enjoyable Mrs. J. C. Robinson being second. sits, moved with compassion, put Peek, who later sold his Interestto commerce commission Daytona I I Jll'reby notice In glv,'," i inncl
March 1 to 15, is Indicated by recent ,
I virtue of that ,
by "
afternoon playing progressive The hostess served chicken salad, forth his hand, and touched, him. the late J. R. Davis, who operated rendered an opinion finding the developments :In preparing for 1 eciree of fureelonurn
bridge, the tabled being arrangedin heart shaped sandwiches, saltlnes, and saith unto him, I will; be thou It until his death about six strawberry freight service from the annual event. I Judge, of the 'I'werily-.i|\, I I"jr'ull ,
tile living room and dlnliiK p'ckles and hot tea to the players" years ago. In and for Ili.uiity
fleun. Florida, North Carolina and Alabama Upon reaching Daytona Beach | Florida, on the I Kith: 01 l ,
rooms open ensulte which were who were: Mesdames E. Burns, J. Mark 2:5: 11. When Jesus saw R. J. Davis the son. and the late Inadequate and that carriers evenIng Major II. O. D. :, A. It. 11I2U\ \ In favor "I i ,

made gay with cut flowl'rll.Vhen 'C. Hoover. S. i. Peek, J. L. Peek, ther: faith, he said\ unto the lIck W. K.: Davis. father of J. R. Davis, should arrange for establishment Tuesday of London. not only begun I against County: Ira Hank: rinlinlHtvr n. cuipoi.i, .1: "

final scores were added Mrs. O. M. ''It. F, Demorest O. L. Haynes, W. of the palsy. Son thy sins be forgiven took over the agency upon his of express refrigerator service. Segrave/ his new automobile lenfJuntH., I The uncltTHl'g,nrial ,,- 01 I

Inman and Mrs. Herbert Hitch M. Walnwrlght, Sternberg, J. C.I thee. Arise and death and operated same for about This ruling also provides I unpacking Master, South will offi-r f i
11. take up express creation "The Golden Ar- I front of the Uoor ni i i ",
were found to be holders of high j Robinson. C. A. Knight, E. M. bed one year at which time Mr. Thomas service to dewberry of speed house In Storks, Klurliln, ,.
thy and go thy way Into thine growers which Is expected to attain _
row, the hours of 11 a. ni. and
and second Mm. O L. Beasley Johns and Miss Mabel ellerJ.l'rn purchased one-half
; house. Interest North and South Carolina and In speed of 240 miles! an hour, but :Monday :March 4th, l)2i!) !
received consolation. I held by Mr. W. E. Davis and has addition to 'I I hlithent anil ''.'NI bidder r. i
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: DI.MOIS: : CLUB Praji-r: 0 Lord our Lord. Thou strawberry shipments announced also that before goingto following dtfHcrllied prop. ''I
A delicious salad was managed wth! R. J.
Davis
course art mighty and able to save to the same from Florida will likely cover i ishlpIr.t'lIts the March regatta at Miami he nnd .lie in if In Bradford ('01",' I i '.
nerved to the guest s who were: I, present cashier of'the Hank of of from I Ida. tn-wlt: !
uttermost all that come unto God perishables the trials to his
Mrs L. A. Davis was hostess to would give thorough A Three-Fourth tmdlM.Icut .
Mrs. J. L.. Frazee Mrs. N. D. Starke, as a partner In business. state handled I
the Livre De Mois club lunch- through Thee. now being by freight speed boat "Miss England," on the In the following land- '
I at
Wainwright Mrs. Fred }'. Stump j' Mr. Thomas Is familiar with all refrigerator service. The half of Soul l half of |1.01 I
O. L. Bean- eon Thursday in her home on Mad How does God love? Answer, wire Halifax river. The' boat which I Ion 30. TowiiBhlp. 6, lia.ni .
Mrs.
N. lines written
Mrs. Sternberg, by the and Its
read-Mlcah 6-8. agency stated that no order had been Issued first trials next rontalnlnit 20 acres alMi \\ ,
ison
Its
be
: ley, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs. J. street. business will be undisturbed and to carriers to the I will given ot.uI- 1, and KoilthfiiHt ,
A'j provide express hlh : :
brought to the .
The.home was lovely with the week has been : ( of Lot One tTowntihlp
Mrs. H. F. Demorest, for the
Saul, present, will
agency con-
but
service carriers 6,
were expected Kanire ill) I ItalnlnK
that It
D. A. Monteith, Mrs. J.V.. Andrews pretty arrangement of bright l'ltiKIIYTKIU.\X tinue under the old /firm lIame of to submit for hand United States In the hope : 50 acres more 01,. 'I i iKatit
flowers. After plans Wood's boat, "Miss( :. half of Northwest. .
spring luncheon will beat Gar
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Miss
Jr. Mrs. K. L. Hlggs.; J. It. Davis: & Co.
) I ling strawberries by within .Ni.riliweMt and I ,
I Mabel Weller, Mrs. K. M. Johns, / was served the members, lead by ( Rev. George II. Lowry, minister.) ---...----- sixty days. express Amer.ca: ," which has a record of Southwen. l quarter quarter of I-:\,i,iquarter ,
Mrs. T. J. Alderman, discussed :.MRS. .\H.\ I\ J0Nl4: over 92 miles an hour. Prepara- and Southwest ; Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, 10 a. m., Sunday school, J. M. The movement to of I
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Mrs. C. F. Hoover, Mrs. O. M. Sis- Whither Mankind.The Truby. supt. service, started in Florida secure express for the I tions have also been made for having i quarter Kectfon 32. T,\\ I I' ..I

trunk Mrs. C. A. }Futch Mrs. O. members present were: Mrs. 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- Mrs. Amanda Jones, age 79 Florida widened II. A. Patterson nationally South, flange 20 I..MN.East coin... ", ,
In or
L. Haynes, Mrs. H. C. Hitch and Edward Burns, Mrs. L. Wyman, mon by the pastor. years of Starke, died at the homeof the growers, scope known as the "Flying Cop." go after lwr'n Also more all the title and in,'"
during
i Mrs. O. M. Inman. I Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. T. J. 6:30: p. m. The members of the her daughter. Mrs. R. S. Hump- hearings held last year the motorcycle record of 131 the following laud. belom,, k "
when in North Carolina Ira PlnholHter, Jr.. .
Alderman and Mrs. D. C. Jones of Christian Endeavor Society have hrey Monday mornng: following a and Alabama growers miles an hour In a specially built I Bradford: county, lying Florida.u,' "i iIn ., .'

lUltH <>. LI. HIASMVKNTKUTAINrt: : Gainesville. been invited to attend joint long Illness appeared before the Harley-Davidson machine, and efforts I Lot Two anil North half ot' I t
a sessions ordered by the interstate Section 31, TownshIp II, |H|,,i,, L. ;
: : meeting of all the young people's Mrs.\ Jones was born Nov. 27th, are being made to arrangefor I last containing 120 acres i iIVHM. :. "
W. O. W. ('IIU" .": :JIKIITH: : commerce commission and asked Also Lot 12 of Hlo ,
1850, In Lowndes county Georgia amateur racing during the perIods ( k I IInj
societies of Starke at the Methodist
for expt\\ i" ', '
Entertaining at her home Fri church this Sunday evening. and moved to Starke when a child tlons.FKICTIMZKIt. Range 20 Kant; also Lots I ] "I, i ;
day afternoon, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Starke Grove Circle No. 278, The regular meeting of the society living here ever since. She was a Mil events, whether held on the of Block 18, of Ward City -i. ;
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8, TownshIp 7, Rantri .
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South "
ii was hostess to the afternoon held its regular meeting Tuesday at this church will therefore be daughter of Dr. Holllngsworth; ('()\se%lJ>- beach or the river, will be free of .1. I Io'HAI'wt

bridge club. Valentine's day In- evening at 7:30: o'clock.' omitted. Let us all go. Starke's first doctor. In 1868 she TIOX 1M-IIKASKS. charge, said Mayor E. H. Armstrong H. M. JoHNS Special! lu.t.r

plred the motif for the affair, all Mrs. Pate Gassett and Miss Ethel 7:30 p. m. Evening worship was united In marriage to Mr. Jack who plans: to stage both Solicitor for Complainant 2-15 l

1 r, of the appointments of the party Moore were Initiated in several degrees song service and sermon. Jones and to this union seven children According to the report Issuedby automobile and speed boat races :NOTICE OK I<:i.KCTIO\ :

. being carried out In Valentine col of Woodcraft. Four applica- Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- were born of which three are the inspection bureau, department : throughout both winter and summer -

.- ors. The rooms where the tables tions for membership were received ning at 7:30.A living, Mr. W. M.\ Jones of Ocala; of agriculture, Bradford I seasons hereafter._ Florida T. Harold, by C.virtue Wall of mayor tuthonu oi r, SI ,.

r were arranged were particularly and voted on favorably. cordial invitation to all our Mr. J. J. Jones of Ocala and Mrs. county used a total of 411 tons of ed In me by law. do herein III v I"
lovely with its decorations of red Hostesses for social hour were R. S. Humphrey of Starke. fertilizer INJJfUKII IN .\( ('IUJoXTJ. : election to be h..ld at thc < ,i I. lid, ,
services extended to all. during January, as compared In sold city on Tuesday :Jim, .
r4 .f roses and japonlcas. A bright Mesdames Vonda Inman and Lena S Mrs. Jones has been a memberof to 206 tons for December. 1D2'J, to determine whuthi> < .
Overstreet. A salad with I. Mattox, Misses Theo and< the city of Starke Mhall lxsu,.
the "
open fire added cheer to oc course I the Christian! church for years. Dade county lead the state, using
In the amount of J12.000.0i
:MKTHOIMHTSunday : injured i iereitlon > "I
_ caslon. I sandwiches and hot tea were serv She was a lovely character, belov- 6,685 tons, while eleven counties Connie McGauley were of a municipal build! ,

& After the guests had assembled. ed. ed by all who knew her. checked up 0. The figures given Injured Sunday night( when the Maid city;.
school Sunday morningat Ford roadster they were drivingwas InHpettom of lOa Id election \ If
Funeral services were conducted above do include sales in Andernon U. H. lIuml>hr," I
not lots
......................... County Agent Rlckenbaker was 10 o'clock, K. K. Perryman, from the home Tuesday afternoonat : struck by a BuIck car attempt.ng :Scott: Clerk, T. N. Kendrli-l
less than one ton. .
supt. from the rear, In testimony/ whereof T hsubscribe "
attending to business here last to pass them
3 o'clock followed by Intermentat ,
, BROOKER II -S- my name and i" I
: Monday and Tuesday.Mr. Worship Sunday at 11:00 a. m., Crosby Lake cemetery, Rev. J. Dade City Extensive altera- The roadster turned over several seal of BUM city to b.. heiHxed
Miss I'carlo Galney H. It. Brown and. L. It. and 7:30: p. m. tions and made times, but the occupants were not this the 14th day of l I.'. '
I It. Dixon .Jacksonville, Rev. L. improvements to A L>. l\\>29.

f ., .+.4..................... Galney were transacting business Junior League Sunday afternoonat W. Klckliter and Dr. G. P. Ray- store S. F. Huckabay & Son. thrown out although all three received HAHOLD, W M M":.'

tJ" In Gainesville last Tuesday. ; 2:00: o'clock Miss Kredrlka mond of Starke, officiating Active I serious injuries. Driver of ATTFST:

j k Misses Ethel, Alvla and Avis Mr. Alph Hazen was visiting In i Struth, supt. I pallbearers were: E. ET: Matthews, we musn't forget that gorgeous the Quick) car, who escaped Injury, ('Ai/' { ..si \ ) f fI

Dukes and Misses Cyril and fuel Starke last Tuesday.We Senior Kpworth League Sunday J. II. 'Ritch. G. H. Bennett A. S. old oak standing near the water's stated he was blinded by the I Clerk 2 1.

Dukes of Dukes spent Sunday here I are glad to report that Miss evening at 6r30 p. m. Crews D. E. Knight and \V. W. edge, whose moss-covered branchescover bright lights of an approachingcar.

I i" Iris Brown who has been on the Mid-week devotion Wednesday Balsden; honorary. Col.! W.' T. a space of 160 feet. This The injured were brought to I

: : with frleiTds and relatives. I sick list for several days Is ableto evening at 7:30: p. m. Weeks. John Uglow, L. C. Powell, Is the spot dear to the fisherman's Starke and after receiving medical
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Conerly of The Young People's meeting heart when he the home
in with
rows taken to
return to her school. We also M. L. Johns, J. M. Alvarez and H. a attention were
Wildwood spent the week-end hope that Mr. Resale Colson and mentioned above to be at 6:30: A ulltin. heavy catch, hungry and tired-a of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ G.

here visiting friends and relatives. I Miss Florene Ward will also be Sunday evening is to be a union dliEL'EIti'IE- lovely place for a day's outing. Mr. E. McGauley, W. Madison\ street.

I Miss Jewell Conerly Is visiting able to be with us again in a few service: with program by Univer- Nl'RSKItV and Mrs. J. S. C. Collins are S-

her brother, Mr. Willie Conerly in days. sity evangelistic team. The young -' fortunate owners of this pleasantand I Mount Dora New Princess I

, Wildwood Carl Lois Newman I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. H- zen and people of the other churches are Just like a page torn from a historic place.. _ theater completed recently.

Messrs. Sapp, sons, PervU and Winifred spent Invited. This howevershould not book of entrancing; fairy tales is a S

: and Lester Crosby, of Rising were 'the week-end In'TWIIdwood; wltlt (nt&rf re with any.ofour( young visit to Belve4era, Nursery on Lake -

visiting friends here last Saturday friends and relatives.Mr. people) attending'the 7T30 preach' Santa Fe. "

night. Lonnte Morgan who has ing service at their own church. Surrounded'' by majestic old

; : Mr. Leslie Greene was transact- been off working returned home n.U'TISTXXl'U: ;-_- trees, palms, and rare plants (a a
Orlando last week. : MKKTIN
ing business in 1
last Saturday. quaint and Imposing old home of
,
. Miss Lubedln Plnholster spent Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hewitt and the late Baron von Luttlchan
In Graham with The annual roll call and busi-
Sunday night
1 children, of Lake Butler, were visIting now In possession of the only child
friends. ness meeting of the members of
: here last Wednesday.Mr. Lelia von Luttlchan Collins.
Mi- Ted Redd of Lacrosse was the Baptist church was held Wednesday -
Black of Gainesville, was I Directly in. front of the home 1
visiting here last Sunday. evening at 7:30: o'clock at
transacting business here lust 'are two extremely tall trees similar -
Plnholster attended the church.
Lubeda:
Miss
. '
Tuesday. to the pine 'though seldom I
the funeral of Little Jack Robert The reports from the different
Mr. R. M. Galney was transacting seen In this country. They are
of Graham at Swift Creek last departments of the church were
business In Worthington called monkey puzzles. At every
splendid. New officers for the com
Monday. Springs last Sunday morning. step you will find beautiful azal-
business ing were elected as follows:
Mr. Cephus Ilarrell was a year
Mr. Doc Waters spent Sunday in eas. Among, hls collection Is a
fl visitor to Starke last Monday Trustees, H. L. Hrownllee, W. J.
,' Worthington Springs. large plant brought from India In They Last
Mr. Juke Roberts of Jacksonville Kpperson, L. G. Powell, R. A.
1880 by Daro'II, Luttlchan.
I Mrs. A. J. Wasdin and little sis von
through here last Newsom and A. J. Thomas; Treas- '
I punned Murrlel Sund.iy Japonlcas .of different varieties ,
Taylor
ter. spent
Monday afternoon. urer, 5V.. Morgan; Church, Clerk, I You
p In Gainesville. grow In prof sloll. One plant especially Longer
I Mr. GeraldAdkins was a business l- I p Mrs. G. p. Raymond ; Choir leader, which Is mammoth in

$1 visitor'to Starke last Friday. John Powell, and organist, Ethel jl
I Mr. J. It. Russ was a visitor to ........ ...... ....... Grlffln. size Is supposed to have been
grafted years ago and when In
Graham lust Saturday night.Mr. ': RisingMl : Rev. Thomas Hansen of Jack bloo myou will find six different Make An
anti Mrs. Marcus Hague of sonville, gave an Interesting talk Early StartOne These Silk Stocking of piinj
kinds of blossoms, shading from
+ :\ Ills Mrltar, Cor. + I
here which thoroughly enjoyed by
visitors ID
was
thread
, Hague station were silk tire the real thinit )
4 pale pink to a deep rose.
last Sunday afternoon. I I........................ : all present Twining around posts on one quality even If their price N. !10"[
- I
'r Misses Pearl and Ruby Bryant I At the close of the evening light foundation
and side of the house, and onto the stone of a
j of Shell man, Ga., who have been I-P--------- refreshments were served. n"I\ulltlllly( intulc of top roof is a vine called the Flame ,,,
visit- un'it tN-tchr materials BI.I>III<' til,
r here visiting Mr. and Mrs. R, M.Caine p -
)'. have returned to their ing Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRa MITICK. vine, which Is one mass of yellow young man's success is learn ravel stops and re-infoiTi liwhjji ,
trumpet shaped blossoms, whileon
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Sunday afternoon.Mr. and
toos.Thcj'w.
c home. Louise Dyal of Halford and Mrs. John McRae and The local Red Cross only publishes the other side you see a vine ing how to do business with I i

'I Miss wlfh Miss\ children of Palatka were visiting gifts and donations that are clinging close .to the walls, whose I made by Kverwoar 5

spent last. Waters.Sunday here Mr and Mrs. Walter Underhill given to the chapter through the foliage change with the season; and gaining the confidence I famous for high grade ",......\1.I .f

7- Zuleana the Sunday.Mr. office. 'We hope none of our citIzens in the summer a bright green and I Come !see! the wealth of new HliixMltluit

, ,f Miss Clara Graham Smith with spent Misses Arthur McRae and Mr. Lon will feel slighted if their, yellow varigated leaf, and in the of a strong bank. are Included in your rhol .iif. |
: t.i week-end at
nle Crawford motored to Lake City names do not appear on our listsas fall and winter, leaves of pretty sheer. rlillToit or service vteikht i Milk
Fogg. II
:: t Lillian and Lecy
Friday. we have no way of knowing autumn colors. at our special price of
and daugh
:: Mrs. Chesley Fogg ; We are personally interested
( Misses DollIe and Llllle McRae concerning contributions to the There are other plants and fruit
I tars, Lillian and Lecy, of Graham
II Miss( Hazel Underhill needy unless they are reported at trees too numerous to mention, but
were visiting -
Y. P. U. here last Sunday _
attended II. i I in ambitious lads and invite
c night. Sunday afternoon. the Red Cross office. Why not I II II $1Sternberg's H

Mrs. R. W. nrannen and little Mr. Lester Crosby and Lois use thisBradford, County Chapter I I them

,I daughter, Pauline, of Lake Butler Newmans were visiting Brooker for all welfare work It Is a fine I, to systematicillysave
organization to have In the town
Saturday
evening
time
; who have been spending some with
here with friends and relatives returned Misses Mattie and Carrlebelle and we cordially InvlO you to visit us.

( home last Friday. Norman and Mr. Frank and Russe our rooms and become interestedIn I HTAIIKK; KIXMUOA1MI.

,. Miss Lois Galney was visiting Norman and Clarence Parrish were the good work that l is being ..accomplished -

4 in Lake Butler last FrIday visiting in this section Sunday at there. Bradford County Bank
Mr. Ben Rhodes and Mr. Dyes ternoon. Ten new members have been secured -

i 'J transacting Mr. Ancel Norman of Vander. during the past two weeks, n, R. C.\IlKOI..Ij

4I I of business Hawthorne here last were Monday night. hilt and MHS| Lcttle Edwards of bringing our membership up to Bradford Counttf8 Financial $Stronghold Dentist

I1 Mr. H. P. Galney and A. L. Starke were visiting In this section ninety-live. Several splendid do- STARKE FLA. Over Corpenlng's Drug Stm
Sunday night. nations have been received this ,
, Crosby were transacting businessIn. Phone :S.1

'Ii Jacksonville last Wednesday.Mr. Misses Jennie Maude Crosby. week I Office Hour: U to n.CITY .
Llllfau! Mrs. G. P. Raymond, I
I. Carl Rosier and Miss Rosier Kelley\ and Edna Lewis
: were visiting Miss Iris McRae Sun- Secretary Red Cross.TltKASfllKU'S .
; visiting at the home of Miss ; -
were ---- ------ -- -- -- .
: Lubedla IMuholster and Josephine S. I :'I ... ".. .. .
\ day.Mr.. and Mrs. M. J. McRae were : : HKlHUtT: RK1 ','..." ..-.. -I.: :.JIlI-.III: .II:: -: .. !:::_ _
Chesser last Sunday .
!
) UIJBJI11
't' CROSS, JAN. A.M: ) FKI1.: tI)2
We are all glad to hear that visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Un- i A Sale of Garden \

,. 'f\' Mrs. Baxter over eighty-three derhill Sunday afternoon. Balance on hand ______$4 11.68 :, Tools Rock

I ; years of age has missed the flu. UKATIIKK: .: S IlKl'OUT Members -------- 7.00 at Bot-. BARBER SHOP

Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Molt and County commissioners 10.00 I tom Prices

; Mr. H. P. Galney spent Tuesday att' I Week ending February 13. 1929.! Collected by 0. M. Inman 11.00 ;' HAS NEW :MANAGEMENT!
Santa Fe lake fishing. --I
> Date Max. Mln. Preclp. .
Mull 6f
Mrs. O. B. Colson and Miss Lou- Feb. 6 68 48 .20 Total ______________$469.68 line high grade S

; ise Carraway was transacting bUSI- Feb. 7 72 43 .01 IMxhurMementaForwarded Garden Tools await your

ness In Starke last Thursday Feb. 8 55 43 Tr. to Washington I Change In PricesS
selection at lowest in
Mr. L. It. Galney and daughter, Feb. 9 73 46 for memberships $ 43.50

,.I Lola were visiting In Jacksonville Feb. 10 80 Nurse 7.50 [ town prices. We'sell nothing
63 ------------
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last Sunday, and was accompanied Feb. 11 77 53 Groceries _-n______ 11.29 Haircut 40c

. home by bin daughter'Mrs. A. Ii.Crosby Feb. 12 63 31 Medicine _________ 7.87 ,j I but the best at prices I --- Shave, 20c

! and grandson, lltle Elmer Feb. 13 61 36 Emergency cases ______ 9.00 :' that will save you money.DeWITT .

Glen Crosby. Relief fund (Palm j

1 Mr. and Mrs. R. M Galney. gave Total rainfall __________ .21: Beach) __________ 321.00' 1 H' Tonic 15 and 20c

a very delightful party last Saturday S On hand ____________ 69.52 C. JONES
. night. There was a very large Gainesville (187,647 contract -

crowd there, and upon leaving everyone awarded for completion of 17 Total __-_u ----- _$469.63 IIAIimVARK: i A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK

reported having a very nice miles highway No. 14 between here Mrs II. H. Young. '! :

time.' and Putnam county line. Trea Red Cross, Bradford Co. .--
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u J| Miss <'.,rtez Auciri'U. and Ulster.QiUrute. !' It with his brothel. A Meadi I Inn parents Mr and !Mi, -. .1 I Ft 1'homan LlmbaiiRh HIUMII\ Siinir.1 I btn-n III with inflmmza We aro

j i spent VVVdiK'Httay. In Jai'U- <>r Hampton I Thomas lay In .Im'ksonvllloMr Kialu! t i ii'imrt' they. are much mi

; c 3 SOli vII Ie. -- --- I I Mr. and !Mrs 1.V.. |i\il .uid II-! : nnd Mr\ ... Lowin Crews and I proved i nt I I III H w'i"it Ing.Mrs. .
Bits i D Dr. Ceo. E.} Lyons optometrist,
() : -:- ; ;:-;: will not fill his Sturko engagement ( tIe daughter! Marlon of Graham two children of Jacksonville, were I Cora Sullivan and chlldn-n"
Chief T. I. pjf
t of Waldo
11 was
visitor this week! on account of sick- ipent last Sunday here with Mrs. visiting relatives In Lawtey Sunday of Waldo were visiting her brother
'") :i a business to .Starke last ness. Dyal's parents, Mr. and Mm.\ J. Mr. J. J. Zeigler and family" .I

cal 1ev! ?( J Thursday. W. Lewis. I Mesdames R. fl. Thede R E. Sunday: afternoon.Mr. .

.......v C Chufas, all varieties Cora Ford Mr. and Mrs. 1'. M. Barefoot :Mr.[ and Mrs. Drill Inn Groover llurney spent Wednesday In \Mel-\ and Mrs. 11.V.. Lee and

C Hook Llmas, Red Bliss Potatoes, and little daughter. Sara spent and children spent the last of the rose with Mrs. J. J. MeLeod.Mrs. children of Leatona. were visit' ''It/; .
Concerning Our People, Business and C] fancy Florida Peanuts and all varieties Thursday morning III (:Gainesville.! week with !Mr. Groover' mother, L. J, King and two children her brother, Mr. I). J. Phillips and l '\
] --- of Jucknonvllle, were visitors children, anil her father, Mr .)lit',
Mra.( J, II. Kelley.Mr. .
of the :
Progress County and Town. garden seed. J. F. Klckllter.
: 5] Superintendent J. H: Grim! has and Sirs. J.V.. Lewis were at the home of Mr. and Mm. 13. 13.llurney riillllps Sunday afternoon.

] Miss-Minnie- -C. Shatter-- -of- Mar sufllc'lently recovered from en\ attack ,' attending to business In Starke lout week. Mr. and !Mrs. J. J. ZelKlcr and

] of influenza to again resume Saturday, and wen dinner Mrs. (I.I W. Brown returned, daughtel'I1..s's! Kuth and tthda )<>
'i2525" & 9 1 lon S. C., arrived Sunday! for a guests
: visit I!Ih.a: duties at the coui thouse. of Sirs [Lewis slater, 1111'". Mallory home from Tampa: Sn turday. were visiting Mr. and !Mrs .1 I
with her
niece, Mrs. ::
Jilr and Mrs. Paul Canova vlsit- | Mr. H. M. SebrIng visited Jack. Mitchell. --- -- 'I.hotna a. where she has been visiting; her E. Adklni in I Hampton Sunday ev,. r;i I.

j.ksonv1IIe Friday. l isouville Sunday.Mr. J1'1'I Mrs. Pearl Rn'dt'rIrs! W. M. Mrs. DiMutha! Stalling and little Itoh It!. I". Brow nlngr.

Mrs. C. A. Knight, Misses Wlmberly and little daughter, daughter Mrs 1\[. Starling! and Mr.\ Alex Howe of Gainesville Mr. 1)V.. Moore was In Starke '

Bprtng time it here; see the and Mrs. N. Sternberg visit.. Itlanche Alderman and }Eunice Freddie and Mr. A. H. Green were Mrs. Friink I Illiien I were visiting: nt was visiting relatives in Lnwtey Tuesday afternoon. .

v jhoes at Stump's. ed Perkins: were In Gainesville Satur. visitors to Trenton and Cedar Key the home of Mrs J. H. Tlionui Tuesday Little Miss Beatrice Hersey was! ..
- -- Jacksonville! Tuesday.A. day. TueHduy. Mr. anil Mrs. Mlnzle Groover. Mrs. II. Williams' : of Hampton -: visiting at Hampton school Wed '.

_.,Ir Norman Ives of Gainesville, ----- -- -- --- Mr. Frank and 1 Joxltaway Groover. spent the weekend here with nesday.Kev. .
KJjU a visitor to Starke Sunday. J. Thomas was a business visItor Judge and Mrs A. V. Long and The regular business' meeting of / epent the first of the week herewith her parent !Mr.! nnd l Mrs.! J. I I. I Hay inn II of Orange I Height, .
to Melrose the Woman's, Missionary Society of Hits I will nil his regular appointment at
Monday afternoon.. daughter, .Annie: of Gainesville! their mother Mrs. J. II. Kelly -
Ir and Mrs. J. A. Saul spent pent Sunday with Mrs. Cornelia I the Methodist church w'll: be held! ; 1'lIlwh: (Oilin i made a business I the Baptist cit urclt next Saturday *
Ga. ; Monday afternoon ut t the rltimli at trip I t" lu 1 lisonvlllo MUII 'E day in Klngsland TAm expecting more CHunt StrIng.. Long. Mr. T. I), Dj'iil wan attending t tbuMueHH 10
3 o'clock. 1 L. II. I Hill\ and son, [Louie, Jr. -- C----
less In Jacksonville day
------ and Tennessee! Beans this one ITIIII:: : in.1.11\> ".
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J. K. Kickr --- --- -- and 1 I'ete Itimu-y\ halted Kings-!
('hlc'k.'nll wanted. week J. F. Klckllter.: Mr. Louis Toruella Jr., and H. Inlll week.MiS. .
Mrs. A. C. Strickland of Lake .
I' Davis of New York City, were visiting and 1 Mrs. K. J. Lewis spout hey lake Siind.ivTHEHKSSA I The death
Mother, state president of I thu -.-.---- ._.___ I angel visited S tin
Mr. at the home of L. Torruellalast last Sunday here with Mr. Lewis' home '
and Mrs. 11. V. Knight offr.! and 1 Mrs. T. ( KU
U J. Wynn of Hampton, was Mrs. D. J 10. Knight were shopping and week. meeting Woodmen' of the Circle Starke, attended Cirove at the the slater, Mrs J. M. Tliomax. ........................". ': wards and took from them t their

4 JLstarke Saturday. In Jacksonville St urlay.( Masonic hall Tuesday evening. Miss Martha (jroover, spoilt( last *'I little daughter. ll} hal Lillian, Sun i ,
Miss Minnie Gruber and Miss ._ Sunday afternoon Ith MHH! Lulu : day morning February 3rd. '
Mrs Ceo. Flynn motored to Claudia Ollchrlst the weekend ---- Mae Lewis. :\11..N Itlxxlii /.rlnl.-f, t'ur. .
Mrs. J.V.. were l Ethel Lllltnu Kdwards:
born
Andrews Jr., Mrs. K, Mrs. J. ( AdkInn< of (Gainesville was
liaesvtlle Friday.. L. Biggs and Mrs. A. Z. Adklus visitors of Mrs. S. V. Trigg In I and Mrs. :\I. K. Edwards visited I Mrs.! Kill Hlnes I nail suits HI><'1I1I ............. .......... May! 10, 1028 In Starke.
-- -- -- Jacksonville the last of List week with her I The funeral services took
spent Monday In Jacksonville! Starke Monday. Mrs Edwards} I place
D. Alvarez of Jacksonville remained mot t her, Mrs' S. L. Prettrott.v i I :Mr A. I I.. Sullivan vn attend<1 1I. Monday morning at Santa Facemetery.
:
several days with her I
In Starke Saturday.ew I Mrs.: Lee Allen ; --- ::111III: biisliioHH in Klurko Thursday
w !i Stay Green Cucumber seed I In, and son, Elmer, daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.Mrs. I. Rev. L. W. Klckllter ,I'
original pound packages J. F. Mrs. Fannie Mnsonand Mrs. Elmer _u_ '__ &...* ....D.*.."r..*.*.... of last week. conducting the services
dally at !Mr. I H.I 1>. 1 business
goods arriving Kic k liter. Lazone of Jacksollvllle. were visitors May was a C I:,
\ J. W. Marks'mid daughter
imp's store. In Starke Friday.Mr. t LAWTEY visitor to Slnrke Thursday of last I IN :\\Io\ :. llU.UI
Marjorie! Sue and Mrs. Phil Ma-
.
--- week.Mr.
Mm. K.: i; for
Mr. Ilurnry.
and Mrs. J. M. !
Mitchell
motored gu're, of Deland are spending this
tlr and Mrs. J. M. Davis spent and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee .C Cleveland! Sullivan was In l El th",1 Lillian Kdwurdu quit this
to Jacksonville Thursday afternoon week with their parents, Mr. and I ..........G...,.o.i.e......
Tidal In Lawtey with friends. and daughter, Martha and Mrs.S. Starke on business' Thursday of exIstence! to go and be with Jesus
.
Mrs. Mrs. A. It! Darby.
"_ E. nrownlee motored to Cltra Mr. anil, Mrs. J no. Wrlck and little hint week.Mr. on Sunday morning, Feb. 3, 1929,
Sunday. --- --- daughter, Hilda, spent Sunday R. C. Helbei'Kor was taken at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. J. C. Rampley has been Mesdames A. it\!. Darby, S. L.
with Mr. and Mra. T. J. Terry. to !Mrs. Gills hospital In Starke She entered this life In Its depurate .
spending several days with hermOlhel' Peek. J. W. Marks and Phil Magulre
ENT A %WORD) Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck.Mr Mr. O. C. Hitch and Mr. James were guests Thursday of !Mr.- !Mrs. Hunch Crtflls with her son last Saturday where' he will be I existence on May 10, 1928,
F. Pervls spent several days here and daughter left last Friday for Klven proper attention( I lie was and after eight months she passed '
and Mrs. I). C. Jones of Gainesville.
COLUMN and Mrs. n. F. lie mo rest this week with Mr. and Mrs. W.' J. HomoHussa to visit her unrlu. !Mrs. taken sick several days a no.'; I through the gateway of Buffering Jj 1

were in Gainesville! Saturday on I Epperson.Mr. I 1'earle anil brother Alonzo. wonton Miss 1'hehnll Sullivan, who Is a up to God.Our LI(

WING SOLICITED-Fancy and bustnefs.i I Mr. ';.';d'"MJOIl;:;: ;; Crews, to Tampa to attend the fair.They number of the Hampton grammar little darlings who 1

plain satisfaction guaranteed.Mrs. Doutt Jones and Mr. (Jer. and !Mrs. R. S. Johns and I\Ir.1, ret u riteti home Sunday.Mesilames school faculty spent the week-end pass! from earth to Heaven with "--.j:
I aid Mlddleton of Jacksonville I !\I. K.} 1 ICdwnrds, James with her parents' Mr nnd !\I I'M. A powers and 1 facilities undeveloped i.4
{ 1' II. Hunt Hampton Fla.111te. i Tom Watson, Florida Favorite I Betty Green, of Lake Ilutler were I
spent the week-end in Starke with' I Adklns and a friend from Calnenvtlle. L. Sullivan. will develop and unfold In the ''I'i''
and 1 Stone Mountain Mr.I j
melon seed. J. guests of Mrs. Johns'1urplltA..
relatives. \ Kpenl Monday In Lawtey.Mrs. Mr. and! !Mrs, A. L. Sullivan and l school of Christ, nnd In the warm "4 I''
F. Klckllter. and Mrs. \V. H, Green Sunday
)It SALE--5 horsepower motor, __ I IIf-1 No! 1 1) !lloyer of Ilaldwln. IH little son. Otlimii.\ wore visiting In atmosphere of the love of the j-, .

) |22() v, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 1750 Mr. V.'. l\ Randall( of Tampa, Misses Madge Middleton, Hazel! ternoon. _. .. .. visiting her daughter Mm. '''''. F. I Hampton Friday afternoon.Mr. treat Teacher, even, Jesus our .,' ;I
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rpm. Inquire at Bradford County lit the week-end 1 In Starke with : Middleton( Sully Embrey, Virginia Miss Eva Rlgdon anti brothers, i Moore. j ...and Sirs. II I I. W I Hlnson I ..have Christ_.and thelr'a." ___ _. t ;
ope | --- --- -- ---- -- -- -- '>I'
Telegraph. I Weeks, and Mr. Doutt Jones visited -----_._----_._-- -_ .--_.------.- -... ______ ._.. _. ,to.
I
relatives.Mr. Arthur 1 the wI.ekend .
'
ant Lacy spent ,
--- Gainesville Saturday afternoon.The [ :_-.. 'tYi f ; rljW .UtrCi'l': ;
In Tampa Plant City and
:ANS WANTED-Will furnish I
Tennessee Green Pod Bean Seed L. A. Canova, of Jackson-I I 1 business and Leesburg vls'tng! friends and ," .
meetIng
yule! spent the week-end program relatives. While' In Tampa I they J
und hampers and pay you $40.00per of the Intermediate G. A.'s
,
mother Mrs. Eunice Canova. I i attended the South Florida' FairA '
I ton for your beans delivered I I will meet at the nil ptlst church l ANNOUNCING
lat Lnwtey. Only a few seed to Monday afternoon at 3:45: o'clock, (i i;
Mr. Sanders Harvey spent the special program I prepared by
I .
put out this way and to respon- \
week-end In Fernandlna! with the Christian l Endeavor workers
sible farmers only. (No Republican I' Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Mack, form- I '
friends. from the University of "'Iorldlwill OPENING OF \
neat apply.) J. L. Harrell. erly of Lake thither, have moved to be given at the Methodist church ,I
1-25-41. I Starke and, will make this their
.
Orders taken for tailor-made Sunday evening at i:30: o'clock 0 \
,
suits Fit guaranteed. M. Leviton. home.Gossard I the League hour. Everyone Is In- .
.
>R SALE- 1,000 pounds pecans. -- THE F'i\ "I
12-14-tf. vlted. .
.
I Come and see me. E. J. Lewis I medical supports are ( ,"\ .

[Starke, Fla. 2-1-tf. Mitchell\ and' designed under the supervision ol Middleton who '
Mrs. J. M. Miss Mss! Hazel Is attending 1
Minnie Shaffer were shopping in doctors! and trained nurses on display .V. S. W. Coo Tallahassee "

HI SALE OR RENT-Eighty- Jacksonville Tuesday. at Stump's. spent the week-end With her par Store f'i
[ acre farm., ready for planting; I Quality
-- --- ---- eats Dr. and !Mrs. W. 13 Middle-
I four miles north of Starke; 1 % I Mist Fredrlka Struth spent last: Misses Myrwln and Myrtlce. ton. She was accompanied by one I ,v
miles from hard road Vi mile Jackson, spent the week-end III
week-end in Jacksonville with of her school friends. Mss| Sally i .
I from graded road and school friends.All I liaconton, fa.! with their mother, Em-brey of Qulncy.Dr. CORNKU CALL AND WALNUT STREETSSaturday
25 Mrs.V.. T. Jackson. fif
[ bus; 2 acres of strawberries, .
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head of stock cattle. J. J. Rig- new spring shades In Hum- I arid !Mrs.! Southern at their
don, Starke. 2-ltf. ming nird guaranteed hose, prlce3 I MI' and Mrs. Vance Winters and Cubln-ln-the-Plnes. were the rE-<'II>- !

$1.00 $1.50 and $1.75 at Stump's. children of Jacksonville, spent I lents of a. most enjoyable call lust Feb. 16th JL r ;\ .
,
; ut SALE--Farm of 18 acres. Sunday in Starke with Mr. and j Saturday evening from the Mes- .

, tood for general farming. Cheap 51'sa Hlanche Crews of Waldo, Mrs. W. S. Motes. lames. Robert F. Demorent. K: !M

I for cash. A. Stobo, Starke, Fla.284t spent Thursday afternoon In -- ---.- -' .--- I John J. C. Robinson and C. A .
Starke with friends.; Herschel K. Crosby of Jacksonville Knight. i %

I was in Starke during the ____ __ __ Haberbashery QUALITY 1 :
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4 HO FARM FOR, NT-Good A. n. Andrews of Ralford, was week-end visiting his. sister, Mrs. j' M rll.V.. E. Mtddlclnn nnd

r house, 1 mile from school Must a business visitor! to Starke Mon Charles Powell. daughters, Misses I Madge and Hazel J

have horse and work grove. Address : day. I II Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom' have I and !Miss Sully Kmbrey'; motored I ,2 The Quality Store carries a large stock of Haberdashery b
Hox 464, Starke, Fla. 2-8tf to Jacksonville/ Sunday; afternoon -
----- I J. D. Doyle of Green Cove returned home after a, several days I, to see Mrs. Mlddleton's -nothing but the best quality merchandise and a very l :
SAX& visit with relatives Peters-
lH -Uarred Rock eggs III St.
, the week-end with brother, who Is on the '
Springs spent youngest
I for hatch'ng; 75c per setting of friends In Starke. burg. Rio Ie Janerlo from South America I wide assortment to choose from. A visit to our store will ; fli'at

82-W 15, delivered in Starke. 2-8-21.Phone I Judge and A. Gardiner and now on a short leave' of once convince you as to the quality and value of our of- f 1' .
Mrs. Mary Ann Goose spent Sun- MrsjfSen. absence. Urs. Middleton and Miss
-I. of spent the week-end In Hastings I ferings.
day and Monday at' the home Madge Middleton returned home .
ANTED -- Five bushels good W. II. Green. with their daughters Mesdames Z.1 Ihe same day. Miss Hazel Middle-I '

J honest Democrat or Republican :' .. _no __ __.....__ -. J. Roberts and W., S. Yelvington. ton and Mills Sally Embrey left
| seed beans. No narrow minded MI's. Jack Knott Waukegan' ------ Jacksonville for Tallahassee. FOR MEN
I E. If. Smith returned Friday tt'.
or prejudiced Democrat need see 111., visited friends In Starke this .
I me A. lwI, Blanchard. Lawtey. week. from Tampa where he attended ... )..... w-........ ; ,
Shrine Day at the South Florida .

2-8-21 I Miss Gussle Mae-.IJennett- will Fair. .*. Miss Oul ZIFF Lewis Cor. : Suits Hats Clothing Shoes :tf; : I ,

;OTICE--Furniture made and repaired spend the wek-end In Jacksonville! ,.
upholstering done, old with friends. J. S. Mends furniture worked over. Cabinet were In Starke Saturday I Mr. II. K. Thomas of Jacksonville I i'

and boat work specialties. All Roy Coleman of Waldo, was a enroute to their. home after a vis- spent last Sunday here. --with ion's newest conceptions, in the newest colorings and ma- ., ,{ ,

work guaranteed at Craftman visitor to Starke Sunday after .......,....,....... ,...........-.-......-..-.....-.....-..........,,...... .. -,, -- = __ I ,
"'" ""''''''' '' ''''''" ''' .''""'.''.''.'''' .'' '' '.......''.,"'"''" '" '" ''''iii''''n'''IWUUDIIIIUJUI' '"ti It"''''''''0''' terials. Quality and workmanship excellent-and the .
| Shop, Cherry street opposite Ice noon. are

plant. W. E. White, prop. 2-8- HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE prices are moderate. A wide selection as to design and ma .
I3" G. H. nennett was a business .
_. visitor to Savannah, Ga., the latter terial. ,

ji>R SALE One second-hand part of last week. : .
.
Chevrolet touring car. Good

I condition. E. W. Hayes 2-8-tf._ : Miss Grace Wood of Lawtey, STARKE. FI.OIUn.\ I FOR WOMEN :
the week-end In Starke with I
IR SALE Strawberry runners spent home folks. I r'prf""rnt": | the Rent Lending: IiiHiirnnco/ Companies I

'm lots from 500 to 5,000 or 10- ------ [FIRE, ACCIDENT. LIFE. AUTOMOHILB. BOND LIAUILITV :

000 lots, $2.50 per thousand direel Mr. -H. Davis, Louis Torruella. ADJUSTMENTS: l\f.\fE I'llOMPTMT I Dress Goods Shoes Gordon Hosiery
from oldest nursery. Nat Andreu and Clarence An- II ,
W. "
Williams Starke Fla., by the Ira Lochlooea. ___ ...'....M__.__..__._..-. .. ,... .- I "
Friday
j depot ( 2-15-41 -dreu. spent- -- :- I! Charming materials that will make the prettiest of ::!r: '

[ ____- STAKKE FOLKS flu J. K. Cnrrtrninn I II frocks for spring and summer wear. Materials for every I :'
[oil SALE Player piano in good
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condition one bedroom suite, type frock-in a range of colors and designs that will fur- r

one living room suite and radio. I ___ !' nish innumerable suggestions for smartly individual mod- i
f
Apply to Verna L. Johns. 2.15- LITTLE 8UT LITTLE$ "" ';.THROAT SAio WE'LU HPV
| :It*. WII.L.IE'SWILLIE, WA> VERY TO GET HIM SOMETHING' els. Now is the time to plan your wardrobe-come in and :i { j

loll SALE-Five-room bungalowon I SIX YEARS CAUGHT 50R.E. 'O PA I / ..' make your selection from a complete new stock. :: r :

church street; all modern OLP/ A COLD/ MA/ /RUN R.IGHT '

conveniences. Price $2,500. Ap I I' .- ---- \ TO FOR CHILDREN )'YI
ply to Verna L. Johns. 2-IB-31 JDOWM


OR SALE-Two fine Jersey! milk f CDRPENING'S I J' f

Stephenson yeara on Prescott farm, % 2 0 OFLUO STOKf I Shoes, Socks, Dress Goods :

Klngsley lake road Starke. Fla.215lt JMomaR'4 PET'S t ; "
Suits for Boys :

(GOT TO GET WF.L.\'I t) i !',.
'OR SALE-3000 large Simpsoncane __ l '

John Toplin, Route A. Box -

50. Starke, Fla 2-15-21 Don't neglect a sore throat. Seek the proper; rem- Corpening's Drug Store THE QUALITY STORE J : f

OR Island Red
SALE-Rhode serious see the doctor. :
it's
here. _If very
eggs for setting. 76c for 15. edy "The Service Store" ,

Pure atock. Mrs. Qeo. A. GardIner He knows our drugs ,:< '
here.
Starke. %.16 tf. Bring his prescription Starke, Fla. Paul E. Canova Florence B. FlynnIUD.Y. .1 \.: L/:

knowledge profound. LIw
pharmaceutical I
our
'>rt SALE Seedling pecan! 4 are pure, ___
to 8 feet. E. J. Lewis Starke. f '
2-15-tf. ,
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.:' .:. .:. .:. I DA1HYMKN: : (li'' KTATK CAKI'KT: CiltASH NEED:
Weber Finds New i I".'"' OUT II nm: SL'119: ,Uti11.111,10, : NO,,
I ij.j'\tlll>: to J. ale yw..v.y: 'L4 ;/ s\ HUt IOKH.\; riiii: : )

Farmers & Farming i Disease Attacking Hy l>r. L. l). LrCiVnr, V.S., 5t. Loiin Mu. ( --8 Gainesville Fla.-Carpet gra,
Gainesville, Fla.-One of the
seed be secured now at
..
Dr.I.pOmr It n ur Jine o I in Oiimrln VrterlniiryCiillruo may TVaonable
Tomatoes In Statelly 1102.11Jrrp.l l a....m of vclrrlnurT prnrlicaoi jjreatebt; handicaps to the dairy industry prices, according to lie
r
.
IC .|ICM V hve thick .n.1 "
( II)' .\grtcl.IUn'nl, IMItor: ( ) _. Ulhnrllir oi on poultryariil Mick. r pnu.i> ., In Florida: Is the practice ol vice from W. E. Stokes, agroii'
.. .,ttrwtltfr. NirtVil nuthnr.nilleiturer. I
.- ( J. 1 KrniirlN\ Connor ) --- hitnwn .1. I trying to buy roughage feeds In mist of 'the Florida Experinu-,

IMItor, Florida I Kxpirlrntnt; tUuUoiJnlnoHVlllo hags is the conclusion: of Hamlln Station. There Is a good nupii}

1'urroert( and TnuluTH, Arc Invited to Contribute Article I ---- -..- .'..11..... VIIIHKATIMJ i particularly dangerous. Dnmagetlor L. Drown, extension dairymanNot of seed available this: spring ai
: TKoritMO; cheap] Inforlbr feeds of an) all dairymen In the state follow those farmers who have bet
of farm I MxptTlnwH: and IUctho[ I:* Found I ( Kin. ,Keb. 14.--Tin
I TO Till: 1I1t.\\\ kind should not be fed at all this practice but too many thinking of starting a perroane:
To Ho IU>Nt Suited to Our Country tonmto Indimlry of Florida I IUKUln h
F1 | Cheap feed Is dear at any price still do, he nays. pasture have an opportunity to g..
thrtuitcned HertouH; run-
by tt .
-- -' -: ': (I'oiillrj' ItnlM-rx. Find Tluit tluI.IMIN Llmberneck bowel disorders and Moat of the grain feeds sold In seed at fair prices he adds.
:
: ::= noun dlnt'UHO. Tho now dlntuxotli'ilurotl ,
; : = 1''I""h'c': | TrtMibl IM. thin other troubles! are caused by eatIng tho state have been prepared for Permanent pastures in whit--
Dr. F'Vuher
(1. ,
Program Too III\Clllo: plant by imlholoitl"! lit tin 1111- \Vltltli IK. Nl'r 1'r AlloMtil to clapIN'nI'1t'r'eulhr \ > spoiled feed. Feed of the best use with such bone grown rough carpet grass Is one of the prtnctp
l
: ''' .... I thuroitrlunluii I Florida! Kxpt'rlment: Station, to lit 11eilstINN1x11. << quality only should be fed. ages as silage legume hays root varieties should be located 0
1.It11e' C'mlll''I1 AVIIhVluil/ In plain everyday cleanliness, and other grazing
crops pastures moist land as this grass do
(thai tliv only lo iipoclo of Htomiiliylliim him beet fairly
For Dipping li way In They SIIVP.In however comes the greatest pro. crops. When such forage crops well under droughty coditlons.
the ..llIle not do
limn. i.nrrenHfully I"* to 11111,'" tha nf serious ronamiueiiro In -. ---. lection against t the possible invasion are not by the dairyman
Tick EradicationV'lv tarn on it factory. l /isln. with luuti- '.only durliiK: the lunt (Iwo or throe) tho roistering days of the old of disease. Houses should be there Is grown a strong likelihood that Information concernii
)'elll'll. It hats never boon reported'iitlncHliiK prices of seed and location I I
llty prodiii-tton u* thu gentVu 'so constructed that they can easilybe
who his not getting a balanced
tomatoes before. wild west the fellow was : cows are houses having seed for sale mi
call point' to tu> IIIIKOH In hint or y kept clean and have either lathe Mr. Drown has
r 111"1".1' ,lu IU..t t liurall'unnly' whore tiKrlriiltiiro him IHUMI' aspI'ulllubla Ir.Vpher hue just returned'
"'"r", n"arhmhllCMII"'I ..H HIM liiiluiitrloH.iti'n front an inspection! I trip over I tits .hud the bent chance for long. will permit of easy cleaning and from herds in all parts partment of the station.
lomuto Krowlnit nrea around life. Consequently it was not surprUliiK .
"Illi.Ktib. "Th"fO too many factors Involved Clean quarters cannot -
dlslufestlng.
truth
i of the demonstrate the
state
llonicNtead' und reports that thin that men upent hours Winners of the future farmer
In with
oouuoi-tiiui' ugrirullure well harbor disease
Jal'k."YIII". t tt.-1'ndprI which urn Unyoiul the) control | new dint-nun Is doing more damage! prni'tlc'nn/ the art of beating the germs.very Special care should. be exerclned that the the dairymen who milk!] are also producing have- of Florida judging contest at tll
other Their cheapest South Florida Fair were announ
'of' 'at the present time than nil other follow to the draw.
ho mn>i>rvl 'lou ">f II( vo ln_p tctorn,, man woulhur fundtllonii such Ho und, It. In disposing of the drop the best looking cows. The cows ed at the first annual dinner i e
tomato dlMiMineH combined. lives might Dome day depend on
DM ilrovitftitit, noodrt'' frosts, Insert I 1"lngs. Noxious arising from
liiK lit 'hili I ayatnnuill0 catllatick other Invest lgatorts surveyed thoim- Today far less effort Invested In gases are healthy because they !get the association In Tampa Saturdanight.
lutMlM. plant dUoimeti, and thi grout droppings are very harmful to the succulent feed in the
ralhu 1 hn I program I I will net ,tl I Itlcnliy of ofKanliliiK anrlvulturw. ,suds of acre of tomatoes I and preventive measures would save the. plenty of Ruben Ueems, of Auclll
: fowls. Furthermore, droppings and
under In Mural! I found illtttMiue uttnrkliiK/ thousands of tow In form of silage and pastures first Arthur Dlssett
L way county on "It multem lltlln lo ttio farmer the practically the lives of harbor disease germs without I won place t<
i
'4 March 4, It war Mitouuoed tart what limy bo the financial outlook every variety! grown In that that now are sacrificed nnnua'ly.'! number and intestlonal worms forage crops. of Winter Haven, second and Wl11am ,
I"hlI l IMV J. V I'IIII"'Of'I'IIII" Ntttlheitd rust the bane of too little attention Figures on the cost producing Ft. Lauderdale, thlr '
I \\ y and thtt ttvlittliiw vcoiuimlo fondlllons. urt'ti. For one thing besides. Droppings: should be removed and forage on the A gUn, !
lirtiiititptt stilt veterinarian' who during recent to weeding out silage crops
( ho iniiftt carry on. On the tomato tru\\er : Is often paid and used for
frequently show
Florida
In
In the conferring found In bo entirelynbtifint that are obviously proper soil types An exposition Arcade will: I tone
wn" city >' unlay' 01 hat' hand, the Industries sro year, was the until. Chicks from the flock.
fertilizer
with l>r. T.V. role, chief In the IloineNtttad area in deformed or hopeless! away that with the long growing seasons of the newest and most e)
alYortod' l vltniAtlo condl-
ullwthly 1\\\.1.1'\ IntnUR" of the I Uniteddepartmeut early February title year. weaklings should be killed at once dairymen can grow traordlnary features of the Centri
hone, and ran tlonw' down I In the i buried deeply, and a regular this state cheaply as they are I
' !I"\I' I ot nurlcuUurn TUrt now stein phyllnm disease Weaklings contract diseases! that as Florida Exposition which will b
hour of nnanotal dl.lr""I1.
should be carriedout
cleanup program in northern dairy states, it
l 1''I.rIlIlVt' effort with thu I slats "lint lifter nil the t.'rllllln,1 tho tuna been noted h y Dr. Weber In healthy, well developed chicks often. This, with the regular grown held at Orlando at Exposiliu
.toy"r""t, ,tit killing: of the fever i the Hritdonton area' for the last would throw off easily, thus making Is stated. I Park February 19 to 23. It 1
,opon i-ouiitry after M ilvllUwtlonthat use of a good coal tar dip and disinfectant The majority of these low grade
b"lIfllUI"r""lh''', I four or live years, but It wa of easy the spread' of trouble claimed that never before In tl
IID vbtalited' elneviheto
raiinot elrl"ellveIn
n,*. liar{'p "uiu>v uced the ..chedut '. an litdepriulpnt, llff' the I minor Importance ilolttK only a uniting the rent of the tlock. It Is 1 preventing, will prove many very diseases! and protein of feeds good which forage are used crops in are the istory of Florida fairs has such a

of (dipping' for th" first halt of opportunity to enjoy and, InvcMitlKato 'mall" datnnKtuntil two yt"al'8"lto. most certainly false economy or Insect pests. place made from the lowest quality unusual attraction been offer,

Ui... mouth lu\ thl county, or a ieatlh ) I I the law* of nature, the' envlrontuvnt when whole fields of tomatoes jereiletullMtod. none at all to save some ot the Of course, disease may take Its feeds it is claimed. Florida the pubKc.:
\ "t mK'to i of the roiinty tn th" I. Again last year It wits fowls one often sees In flocks otherwise .
ota
for the "
ilvveloptnent how
i toll of any flock, no matter dairymen can grow their own Florida residents In New Yor,
north Mini, went of lh. St. Joluuriver of srrtous ronMequenr" in I the Urudenton fairly well cared tor.
Mum and vigor ) i,* family. The for. As rule
cared
carefully a roughage, and until they do the and western C'li'Ies
,In \\hU-h Ih"1'1)'' area, and' DrVeher es- to beat trouble to and other eastern
> Another way
Mho live hU lt: withouthavlnit
man ,I however, any extra effort Invested Industry as a whole will not the
'I grror will l>" litltlatvd thin "\1'11111.1 I spent" emus part. ot It lit I the pacts it to attack the plants this the draw Is to adopt every possible in melt preventive measures as prosper as It should declares Mr. on business during number pasfew
titter Mirtiuglug' $ant with Dr. ( 01.. I year, for eliminating vermin days report greater 0
means
country I III lu h. vltled. U 1 III 1m- those described above will pay big Brown
" ftiul' Dr J, D. Wlthtln.! Path rri' Inrector I'I INeelblu for hint to undemtaiid, nil I Tile new disease attacks only' of every detl 'rI'tlol1.! Lice, mites. dividends. Strong, healthy fowls people coming south than ever b<(

\ who will h.vw th. uper-- tluv joy and i>l"a ur '* that the, the leaves ot the tomato plant, and ticks and nil other such pests nap protected as much as possible fore. It Is difficult to get Pullma,

ration vf th* "Duval county work. ,I world, offer to mankind.." may attack them from the time the vitality of fowls to a point from the various sources of disease r I II accommodations on any of tl:

Similar\ cliedule.* w'''r. net up for I I --. I i they aN In the seedbed until they where they easily become", prey to will resist ep'demlcs: that !I WHl"P101 rilOfiltAM I Ii lines without waiting several day)

KiuitAU n"y. "1'1IH.fIUII"h.\ I .t ,I I'SK: Ol.l l-\\'s"\I'I-U: I are full grown\ In the", field. The all sorts of disease Constant would wipe out others. They are i I- I and more Florida news is beln

end I Lory eountle. the following Flit t\'U'HI\iU:'\ .O\\U1'. : dIseAd I \produces sunken sputa vn vigilance Is needed to guard fowls also more vigorous and productiveIn Following la list of farm talksto played up In the northern newsps
tn"v
11.hl.. lu the city 'lrlh'l' Oalne I vlll,,">, Fla,-.- Since *o In the center and surrounded. by should tx Inspected periodicallyand every(Copyright way. 19 =9. week be broadcast ending February over WRUP 20.for TheagrleuHurai the years.

, Dr. II .'. Kern of Fornatullna much I h. being said and written suably! dusted with a good lice powder by Dr. L. D. LeGear. V. S.) is given from i ; -Weekly Industrial pay]
'w IX II. r,,UUt ot tlreewCuv l'"y" about the use ot prepared > a* I If they are any parasites on .. program Tampa .
paper 6:30 to 7 The wave lengthis is approxlmatel.!
#, "l'hl'iJ. and Dr. J. lof \ Mark. I A mulch' for garden' and truckpatchea. or Irregular.: their bodie Lice powder, should PAYS TO TOl'-OHKSS: OATS p. m. roll of this city
The organism" ham been found to bath and let 204 meters. $800,000.Fort .
ttxrks" : .. bet added to the dust
t _. ... I Dr. K W. 11".tt" suggeststhus >I Feb. 16 "What Can the North East First stree'
.. .. grow beat In warm weather, at ha. hen use this at will. Theirquarters Gainesville, Fla.-Top dressingoats :Myers -
Ilh"M.tulUI: unu I old newspapers, and ntaalnea : temperature" around 7$ to S3 degree should be thoroughly with 100 pounds of quickly Florida Farmer Plant in 1929 and and Cleveland avenue paved.
.
StIOt '.11 I'KIMVUV m'ltlit' b* uttlUed for the. Fahrenheit, and producesepurem I cleaned, out at frequent Intervalsand available nitrogenous fertilizer per ; Expect to Get a Profit?" J. tee Fort Myers Improvement
"IUtt"'l': OK KAItMIXlWhat same puriH\> about rose bu$he ahr.n'h..lt. Smith, district extension agent. local postoffice.WLiOiLK.
lilt 8S or 9c' degrees nook and cranny should! has been found to be profitable under way at
every !
.. .- newly net tree or "\ "* around Gainesville acre Feb. 18 "Corn Breeding- F.II. .
t I. experiment* at : i .* sprayed with a strong solutionof I according to tests made by
,U Ihs and. of II In farmluv the ho me. assistant agronomist, '
all have shown that the i-muo organism ant disinfecatnt. Whitewash of the Hull,
dip the agronomy department I i i iI
or lit any othev,, line of work.aujvtay Th.1''>r not only' preventswaattN t will !grow on pr{>ptr*. groundrherrlea 18 another preventive that la not I, Florida Riperment! Station. The Florida Experiment Station. COFFINS & CASKETS ,1

I* It vrlinrlljr\ '' to mk and grass from frowlu!:. eggplants and nlghtArvonllng used nearly' so much as It should be ;I Feb. :0"b re and How !'
fertilizer should applied sometime and Full Line of :
'! "\>'t"'>y" but elitnliiattHk the nerd ot hovlnjtor lhrdas.! 'w. U I* well to apply It at 'least during the middle or latter We Get Our Nitrogen," Dr. F. II. I a j
T'vTu IUOMD t,, Nrmttte than trttlllvatlon and ronaervo m ,1 I. Dr. .botor. It heath. of chemistry.Un.versity i
:: to II pray twice a year and put tt on" hot. of February. i iI I professor Undertakers Supplies \
tn "''In'n"=: byrtinnlnK\ : a tartn. lure. he aj-''. .\ Irtwral appllcaot .>f 1-1-ltd UorvU'ux mixture Is' the two or ttirvo ounces of dip and dlsnfetlant i part of Florida. t

r n.. uunrjr i bj"" -t 1 "t "bettvr tarwul ttou tvrlil xer *h\\HUt b*. made "'t.t control' "known' .o far. It U mixed In each gallonof A muncipal. rose garden is being ,I i AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ""i"iAl is

'' <. c ..: Wtter iMarWltutt, \ ot farm Wtur> the ivap,,,r U avv>ll<'x4. Lmtermp01 .tw>uKt h. "N'W": t)" after theplants 1 whtUw *B tt will b* very *tfettllve I started on the court square In Pa- i ....... rk.. kit .....tcI "

V VM "i u h"iUI' he to. wake U ,.... v.viUut ot f."U.Ia$ \ aN U\.. 1 :u killing; mites and other latka. reports Mrs. Recta L. Yad"n,1 PAINTER'S ... '1 .t ma.*n U s.t.t prirr*. lu.eal. .1'
"k.! u>v the tmrm.r sad n.v t"U made. < rlHhl on top of the mwtvh a. --U -- nutcta. It should b* forcibly \home demonstration agent.. I l*.... l. t.tyr.nk .r
>. "-""..... Ileller' tiring; aietrrts the paper will rut out In abotitor ay Tui save beet results. a variety prayed on If possible, as that fountain erected for the ue of I.' !1 j ktGI\ftIU.D 5MNALMlaIJE1VI7 2
'''S, .u..II"hll' tit. boniem tIoto" ...., renewed." Tba ouW beer early. 'I.I jj 1 1t
I'- *I// mud .. Iot be >f iwvttiM "' t an will drive It Ittto every crack and boner was removed to make way : Simon Pure Citrus: C. JONES
1 ., t+'alte, twttar. """,,'-.**. twit paper ."".,,, a.- rwr.tei" with is.. ,_I""" medium h 1arlt., ""...., ,......w. where parasites might And I for the garden. t I and '' |
t "...t., letter, \-\>niu."M' .lll.... red grasp. weeds. ttrt to protest and br resistrat tw \||_.. act Inb : STAKKE. FLA. 5

t \,1\.\I.r Ihiat thin a'.lp to the W Ind wlu I'411.1. Iw. Iefl cheeks.Pemee< ''a hiding piaN.TallUecI feeds. too. can cause no I Disinfect old hog houm with I i Gem Farm Crop>> }II i iI ,, ,, RR t

+ ''tt Ia\ tits opru cuunay" nNtre Itarger bee aaeNt t...tr Metbud withh .. of tlC'...... Moaldy
'btu I '''it' NiJ"\u'\ '. h* MY, ; trees are eauarally "se 1 M1 I,
''I'"> ut" -ir''''''.* her bean laid, .. --.._... "y 5*. or Ot. by U feel apartT*. FERTILIZERS i ij 11 i!
'
,''o mat v '.IIlh'" ot farmta' 1t.,.?**ar wild ,.....,*. tk/ an aw- t urm. .r 4tata,,", nmuliva! 17 trees I

I m 1 uv Ittt to thought her.. txnu anal' loll'' ot o .-.nk v,t tM pe.. !'** atr* w hll. lbe... \a".r.q. iirtt. ... d I, For colds grip

:r > lima tact thai th. tv*..l otir s1Ate, crop meld taiTW Ata.rks.aaeraxPt ( ..Irea ,
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and flu takeRellevrs
11 i Get behind the wheel i iaud j TIMR TRIKD :AM CKOI ;


Get the facts; a i \ TESTED"*" "

I
Oar Brands are the AeknoTI I,

i2fe (1 Growers of no rid A have I

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SHU.671..296. I work oxin, "ttTH.. h. i t. i .., ialhnr lv,>*. I ICniii.' .ontalnlng ., -
I .oK and mul..". .linll I In. transportid ..- I:tliichundred: : : : t wI''l' "the ggrin.> < F''uti.000flo .llll.N let 1933.lih br at mid high I ,i blildnr u in front (it
ow School ytar. 1924 ; No. of pupils ( (i-'m \ci.-s J'J'( f,010.00 .1 \ I ID34July 'Ih.' i nut. 'i In HV > clour In $.ark.-.
nr moved i h 'nuirh, iiltor ,, I iiionoi, "' IIHH, foini.il.\, I ; 1.1 "
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enrolled 24.288.808 ; total No. of rrol "a Id sue 1 2 ..x I ;. I.oiin and Tnml 1"Id.rd Florida on Mon
fR "I"' .111. Company'* .Seven ) let. 111:1511iglt !
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rU'Rr. THE EVENING SUN teacher 761,308 ; salaries of superintendents the Itulaa and of thv' All that 'tract $ 1000,00 July' IK!, 1937 !. ilurhiK, the I'it.. of -. il.-,
H"IIIII"o. or parcel of
Baltimore land
.. I Oct. 6, 1927 and teachers, $949- State Live Stock l.anlllY for sit us te. 1 Ivlng and being In Hrmlford, Ten Nln., ",.IIO.OU.( July Ut, 1:1N! : for the PU pose of HntlHfylnfr xnld
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the eradication \ : $ July l 19.19 "iii.il u. < I iie t nit
Gerald 5 lots of I thvxpreail fount ,' lt. deNcrlltedreal
By W. a,
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Johnson. I 877,465 total consisting of the Eleven r.lowlnl
;al.'II"l, ; expenditures, $ 1- or tllHHeinlnatlor, of the call I. West. rnl ( \VUjl I of Northwest qua, Twelve $1.000.00vl.000.00 July 1940 ..Int. belnir In
) ( '
' .. 920743936.1 fever tick. ter ( ) and Northwest quarter Hot July. 111.114 llrudford county, Florida. towlt
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principal .
1 TIilH quarantine shall he In ( N\Vi Inl 1'ho Southeast of
full I ) of | MOUlh.1 -
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1I'lIl1IIIy t In most American towns the man flcleutly appalling. School year 1925 ; No. of pupils (n'>,- and effect on tilt 4th clay ot:1'al..I. (IW'p.|> Section Soulh".1 two (8)) quarter) he 1)lyahl., In gold .In of the United. (.. quarter;: the HouthwcNt t quart"!'
I I points out enrolled. 24.S76.D99 ; total No. ot A. U.. P2P. ((7). South llnnge Township Nineteen Mtat".ot America, of t the |>re..lit of Houthonnt (IUII'I.r, and the HoutheaHt -
who dares say a word against any that there are embedded In order, of the State Live stock < !9) I Kast, containing I I one hundred, weight and .11..lar.1 at Ih. Hanover, quull.r 80ul hw..t quartt'of ,
and'elll 1 our teacher 776,992 ; salaries superintendents Sunllary Hoard. tw'nty ( I 20) acres, more or less, National b.alk In the City of New lOll Twenty-four ( IncludlnHT -
sort of educational program had educational system innumerable / and teachers 91- ; \\'. J. IcmVAnns. Chairman. and b.lnl t the place, formerly, owned' York, unl.". said bond are I'urIha..1 : all the excess ,' (24. h.loiiKinMT ..-
' J. V. KNAI'l'. $o'retIsry. nnd by C. M. Andreu, 1..1(1.( If HO then they will I thereto 1 I and part iiU iii I'-
lent for years been regarded as a sort "experts" who must perpetually be 005023.590 ; total expenditures, State Veterinarian. the a""u"I"nnn..o." Said sale t wlh' b. ,'" nucli hlnklll limlltu- ly denurlbed, an to I lii we mol'. 'uinmi'iit I lu I

of blasphemer. That Is not unnat- { $1,996,048.770. I Hone: at Tampa Florida February 11,1. pursuant 10.110 liecree to.sat lion KM I. n'r..lbh. I I I Ih. purchuner at the 8uulhea.t I corner of Section
g..t'II 1 making a show of doing something 8. 1939. ill.3tal.OTICH isfy the same "1 purcluiHci i H. Niild boniltt t to Vvvunty-four ((2-1) and running t toil
ural In a country where theoretl-I to our From these figures it Is seen that '. _ 0,1 11...1.V. KNltlHT. not bear a gs ,'liter Intercut. than nix flection line, one hundred (1\Y..I OO)

' -h {4 ally every child's career Is limited educational system In, order from 1890 to 1925 the number ot.. \ As Special, Master I In Chuncrry. percent |ier unnuni, payable .tHnlannunlly. tisalna. thence North Twenty (20)
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Ipal only by his talents. III such a I to hold their jobs. Furthermore, pupils enrolled In the schools lias LAYTON.CalnesUlle&1 IIHAY,I Fla., 2-18-31-3-1 INI'I' KUriTIIKH OIIAIn:1: that chain lnoi thence to section Kaxt one line hundred: thence

[.ountry parents Inevitably become | there are commercial organizn- not quite doubled ; that the total I TO WHOM IT MAV rONVKIlN: ---- -- ---- t of ballot I t to Miildxpcclul ''South l1II.I t of bnirlnnlnp! ex''pttog -
UII10eK I Notice I is I Hhnll I I be : :
Riven Hint the mibMtuntlully I- "
tons: hereby on
i making i.iciiK'M( Itll'ORT: ,1"1101 therefrom about Thrrty-flve. ( i. )
inordinately ambitious for their countless devices for expenditures have Increased more tlth day of February;, A U., 1929. the I In I tnlowllJ I foi"'in, TO-VNIT: acres on, North lde of said Houthcant > -

, children and are willing to make use In the schools and these are alWays than fourteen times and that tile State Live Stock Sanitary; Hoard at> Report (J'I.'ll'IAL l 1.-1.1.0'1' of lloiid ..I.'r101 quarter of SoiitheaMt ciunrter.oiiliilnlnit .
of the del l
:onIln 1 I the State of Florida In rririilarmoeUnn < of Olreuli'ourt I Klorldn. '
e; I the heaviest sacrifices In order introducing new things. Kln- salaries of superintendents and aHHpinblvd, nctlnw I DuiHimnt, I In and I fur IJrndfonl, C...R I.- te ..held oil Inc If UII iliiv nt Mnicli (t ITul au'rea' one.nr.t'u,hundred. or less sovonty-fivi'In _Mnl.l_, a... -
i hat the youngsters may not start nally, there are political teachersand teachers have I Increased nearly to mid in acioriiMticeith L'IIIph'r l'l.rldn. on account uf Taxes asovnt.: A. I). 1939. Make a CI-OHH: X t."j l T\llli-fu ((24).- ----
of 0201, Acts of the Letrlxlature the the year m'7.K. left of tliu prop'iHltloit either for, oraKalnnt. I ton
life handicapped by ignorance.This politicians who specialize in eleven times. Stale of l'lul'hla of II year 1923. ;. V\ Il\i1.4 I '.* ("olleeto'Stalko no 11 to Indicate, the way tlie |I.Mant:. h.half Nu'th.a.t of ciuartor and.

mayth. ambition for his son Is perhaps school support and It is necessary 1)5'V.. II. P. Faunce. Presidentof adopted resolution C p".d rolowlnl I t.IS, I; ..., January, 1. 1929! YOU ..lr. to vote. 1 ho NortheiiHt' |riiiirter NOI.lhw..t of Southwent q uart"r.|
: > .r.i tr for I
$12,000.00 bonilH
the finest thing about the av- to supply Jobs for them and for I Brown University, Providence It reolu I IiiiWIIICI1EAS To bill, due Jan. 1 I. 1)2! _. 12M7.S2: of a niuiilclial for the InI quarter 1 and North\vi>.t (I qiinrtur of

and the'r hangers-on. It. I. 'I'h. HI Hie, Live Slock I Hy .Ill t. c.illecled 1 ., I 161.91! : I 1.llllll >f $ | bllhllll Son I hen.t quaiter and the East half
American. i
none but addressing the twenty-ilrsl ut ,
'rage a I Sanitary Hoard ot tlie ,of To bul d." Jan. 1 1'1) 111'k. 1"111.. SoutlietiHt 'jllu't'r of SH tl I.nrvintytle
31 19:1 'I I !!, for '
''Ierstb4' petty spirit would attempt to disparage In other words there is a very annual convention of the association Florida acting purHiiaiit t I.Ital.' )I litaccordance Fine "..1 1"orr.Ulr. : tle I ulall.t municipal. hnn.l. ( : > contnlnlnK, 4U(( 3
with ''u, bn I duu Jan. h"r.IIK.f I hulhllnl; acre or lees.
It. But unquestlnubly It ;1 large economic Interest In the ex- of Life Insurance Presidents: of the 1."II..tl', I "I'hapit of l I 1'L"I.I!'::: 9201.'I.him) I Irl-a Iiv l1nl.! ...I.'le"I..li. _.. 6171.1 I in liE t "Ot 1 Stai-ke, J'h"'' AiM,>n1r.beiriiiniiiNT Sixty Ihlin. Wont.

''lnl'( has given us something of a blind panslon of the schools, not only on December 8, 1927 among other tofore r."oluton dul ly by Ti. hii.I .''ln. : I. 111 sas: 452a.U 1 tlu< 1.tI'rll':1' I I : Oll'-r-volllltf> that of the SouthenMt, etirner i ',.lo Sri -
I siild uml I r II.I iin"i fll'u ".I. 'Hl i I tlnn Twenty-live ((2A nnd
. of side and evidence increases that I physically but as regards the cur- things said: I that I Unlld.pint of Zones. Nox 7'l"al'anlh1, r 111 5. To tii .. .due .1,i ii. 1. I HU9. Ihtt* i 4.46 and 1..el II aci'orilniice" with I th"I"'II \%','st. on Haiti Meet ion I line.I runlhJt

rogues are taking advantage of it. riculum. Every time a new sub- "It I is significant fact that at which, I ? \ y. (5 lllchrlHt I I I I) unit, collected .. I tOinr I >.ll4 I' 'w..r t I"tll..t Florida., (401 I cluilnc. t hence North Twenty
day11Ia. ject Is 1 .NHKXIUI, :nil: r".h''I, ,; north ;anilwest 1 hII duu Jan. :.11 1 1 1929 701US.f.2 1"I'ITII.:1 l l I : ( I : ':l ) that I 20 I dlaln.; thence, Mimt, Forty ( 40)
Introduced ,
admirable to be there Is the of i V.V.. A i I I
I is willing to I I a new opening your admirable twodays' of St. Johl" 11"1' I'lay ant I'.Uflht : lltiniphrey and chaltiH. thenc'o South Twenty (20)
inako any sort of sacrifice for son job new equipment to be sold per program you should permitand Bradford ('.Ii" I.. a I hl., iflvcli I ,hI. To 111, due Jut,.,I I.lu'hlll 11:1 F. A Scult I be and they urn 11'3 I IIlI'l'llltOt chains, pi'lnl of hCNlnllng. iiiiiiti
t of ]haps notice I of thu .I.II"hnWII, of nucliquai By collecle.l 113.7M( : ( In"I"'I.I" 11,1 T It'-I Section ).
Iml ,
WII.Ird.I- and daughter. but it Is not ad- I'I a new claasroom to be built even Invite a college oUlcer to itntlne i IIH I l ''hi Chap '1'. [ du. Jan. :.11, 1929) i 1130.78 .drlck I IH lieruby 1..111..1 c le'i' I 111 KlHhty (MOl> UCI-I-H mciro cUII.ln-or >.
and considerable ter 9201, and all \ I : : County Nchuiil Mitld ulcu tlon. I to the sat,Id I ) '
mirable to make the sacrifice and profit to be made come in and delay your proceed necexmry dipping -(ienernl \"U h"Klnllll at pointilxty
, I Mils, fences, cotrnls anil pens, have '1'. I. 25th I. 11529 2riS7ri.Hl I :olectloii: I I In uct.ordaiu'i' with I lIe ruiliilrementH ,'bIll of
dscover: that it has not bene- i Consequently the schools ings. Is s'gniflcant that ask been cu. :of the ,IIIWM of; \.1 N.rlh.n.t curner
t then ]' are ex- I you constructed In Hrmlford ( "u nt By amt. .I.'I.d :I2C>'I.)4! the Stale' Malil, Twenty-live (25) and
lJe itted son and daughter in the least 'jiunding; beyond all reason, and to me to speak not on Life Insurance t tv,.' FloridaIHili la I poitlon, ofxnld To b.1 JOI. 31.. |11'211! : 22H18. 3 ; City of Flttrtilii of .$.. and the ('hUI'\'I' of thu run 10Utl.rtol 153!) f..t. t thenun Vest
Z.n. N. 10. ( 1'i.lU "ok. i 2'l4: thence, h l&XO!
the '
axtral- hut has merely increased the prosperity I damage of pupils and taxpayer but on some phase of ( :TlllillUFOHR: 1 ItK: : IT 1tlSI.Vi'l To hiI due Jan. 1. 1V21I 839.00 UK: IT 1.'t'ITII.n' OIII) II'I.: (Ih.11I ''Ihence i last 234 t. lie ; '

of some oleaginous alike. modern education. Evidently you ) Hy the Slate Live i Slock: .I) collected ___n .H2.00 slIt','ill I I\.II.I I : lt t' 'i'll II- : In milil, tt, 't' POlt-I 'laiiltury Board of the 1111.I of Flor bal. due .1. 31 I, 1 9211!) I tl. ( ) acres
, be lan Intrenched in the Now this may be disguised un- are dissatisfied, as I am with the 1 bit*. In regular I..lln. 1..mbl.o, Totnl I I.-Irh..I-I."lnr l 807.01 Nil me hereny culled to ", belli on more(2) leH*. I

der all sorts of dignified contribution I thl. tith day of I Ti. due > _. (. 01 ( 4 I ii I H. 1929,1' All of the
lInlt names. of school college I. bIl or.r
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em. I anl I 929!I., that reiriilur .y.I"III,' i1lut I > Iii-, t. CIIli'i'tOI nn.tr., .? IUt hour lOlitht:: "I.t": t>. ill. I i Heven ( ahoy.South helniin, 'l'nwlsshlI|
t istiu The tremendous Increase In the i but at the bottom It is plain ordinary to American life. What Is the of rattle. Hliall I I be I,, ..Brad '0 I, cluu'Jan7"llt."l, : 11129: J:" wlhlli( further noiieu .to the ,'.""-1] (20)) ': (7.and In Twenty tha -

education within! The of trouble and what be ford County, Flu!-"Ida, which Is por Aartclliliirfll 2262i I the purpitHu of c'aiivaHHliiH 1 .063 1011Rlnlnl usKietfale
oat of public the gravamen the remedy may *
graf.
tion of .
said Zone No. 10 at each of To bal. due Jai, 1. 1USU _n_ 12t1.7S I t the returiiH of Hind election anil d- IC' I). ('3. KNU1IIT..
I an! ast quarter of 0 century con- the Association for Retrenchment suggested? C the oillclal I Chancery.
I .11.1 county davH and dates, Ti 0 ['(SI. due ,' 31. 1029 _. t Much
'red'ark rasted with the meager results In public expenditures "We have In America the largest hereinafter set .n. : 130.79"ul'n.II.1 Iru.aL other bus I noes may A. S. t1fWH.

hat the schools seem to be achlev- is that a large proportion of the publc: school system on earth the respectfully jl each such: ,lIpi 011..1., To lul du. I, IU21) 1".n.1..__ 5I7B,13 C.I'UK' IT h.tnr.Ktru'l-lllOll It. 0141 si:1tl:1s. I hut Solicitor ,
2-1-51-3-1
nff convinces more and more peo- American money being spent ostensibly most expensive campuses and col- .Ial.esnectlvelv.dipping I vats The In names said county of each In.1 of To By 1.11.. .. .col..l.el. -_ )___.-.-. _, I G.11.( I notice which of notice said election vhall I consist ohall b" ,
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,ile that a great deal of the money j for education is really spent lege' buildings, the most extensive .day and dates of "regular sys V% lili.'vs .31.1\21. .. 1.11. I.ubllilol ot hits ordinance KIV"'j >U'I'U'1 OF. 1"1'.1" \1'10" FOI
tematic '
elt. -oea to the benefit of someone oth- for graft. More than that the curriculum. But nowhere else Is are tolow.dipping: of cI.I. I h.r..t. To I huh. .Jan.collected 1. 1929.) _'h.__ 12113.71 !.'. .I| hi.. _. Ibis City! .of \X 1.:1:
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past 1 1r r than the school children. Thereore children are being cheated out of education so pointless and aimless IIPI.h (".h.I.., .Klorltlii. for ,llrnilfnnl lymt.bil. dun.'Jan. 31. ll'2'l' '! 130.71 1121 I e iinny bit I u.1:: and' trior I It chit 10 1 1 hId list ye nuiif Hie OE woriMprececllnir mini I Notice hereby given, that i.otil

01 opposition to further expendl- the intellectual training they tiave so blind to its objectives so Indifferent N.m. of vat.. tint p. To bul. due .Jan.III Id O- ...1__ It IIH' follow: HII-eIAI H. I Hill I I holder of Tax Certltlcnt te No.

be.nan. ures becomes more and more pop- a right to expect for the expenditures !- to any specific/ outcome as 14 i days.thereafter.. Man-ii R, Itii'.i.: and every Hy Hint cnl..I.'.1., l2U n"n_ 113.71 I 113.111! ltJI'1lo: Ilo: : NO'I'II':. ) tiled 1.1.1. 6th Miild day certificate, of July.In A.my I>. olllc 192H, amitniidif has

'I'u 1 ) .. 1"111'1'11-1 OIPAINIU1.
ular. of their parents' money. :In America." C S County Line March f>, 1929. and I"al Nilb-Sehotil. 31. 1529! 130.7 thin .r""uLI" ., II application for tax deed to UHIIU -

the Incidentally this very 14 days \thereafter. : To bill, due Jan. 1..1.0.._. r.r'. ,and I t-uect from and after the t thereon I In avcordanco. with I lit w.
For instance there is In Cleve- makes It about Dean William M. Thornton of I. 12152.42 date I of It and' I Said .
5. paHNiiKe approval. the
1 tabS! and ev .."III..al. .mhl'ar. followIIIK -
lu'nlhIIY. :1"'h My amt. collected _____ .
lays ,md, Ohio! an organization called the lowest form of gl'af known to the University of Virginia addressing .. Ta l> due Jan. 31. -1929_ ___ I 115.71 The abiivn and foreitulnif I ordlnanciywan I .. property, Kltimled In
I March H. 3U.1 ,piiNHeil by a unanlmoiiH i of Hradford' l
. 1U29 and vote county Florida to-wlt
, politics. To /'n. ,
Ing lie Association for Retrenchment I take advantage of the graduates of the university 14 ..y" thereafter. every By I.Blanche W. \ IwLM'.itM. I I the Lily (''"iit'll of the City of NortheiiHt ,11.11'1.1 of Northeast

ipa. u Public Expenditures which has parents' unselfish devotion to theirchddren's ', urged the winners of the degrees 1"'nt. March, tt, Ifl2t! and every Alderman, D. C $l"I'k. thin tliu lIlt Ii, day of Ducttinber quarter. H.,'( 1''own.hlpoulh
14 ,\. 1) 1'JJM. llnnir 22 I Kant, .
any een broadcasting some starting welfare In order to rob and all other teachers to Ciui'ii.' March., .A, 10211 and every ItlDS C. I K. 1IOOVKH, The; nMHeMHinent cif acre Haiti property

.lets and figures. Recently It ,. the parents Is shameful. But to "restore the old predominance of 14 days thereafter. W.TEf C'luilrman of City Council; I of the under tile nald c'erlIllrnln, 1 1 liwuecl was
New RIver, March 7. I 11129: and evy City of I In I the name of
sued a pamphlet with the sug- take advantage of it to rob the tandards of thoroughness and usefulness I 14 days I h.r.ILrter. ATTKHT: L'I Unless Miild, .. .Unklown.i be
'At
-
tho reileemtMl
regular nleetiig I of tlio ..III.ale
pay- estlve title "Sanctified Squander" I iI j children also Is the lowest Infamy In secondary schools to Kdwariis Maicli 7, 1UI!!! and every : C. A. 1.'l'l.' ..I.nrol.I I, .. hL\. I tax deed
( 14 dnvs thereafter. hoard of Bond Trustees of Hard- City I will I |
tely on I 18th
lii I which a headlong attack is made Imaginable. limit the field of study to the basic Futch. Mnrch 7. 1929.) and, every ford 'r( 'IIIW HiiNoltAHI.I'J 01" of i"e I""u., u h.I'.OI I day
1 county, Florida to bo
n the whole American conception Finally, the bulletin offers a constructive necessities of the literate human .IIYI thereafter.llndxe hell TIIIJ I'ITV Ii $' ',\ (lIA";. YOI ]nted r 1tI.d'9'f; January
reeL Aiariii, 8, 102(1() and every on the 5th day of March A. ., I liKltlOHV, .; : the 1). 11)29.)
( popular education.It I suggestion which, whether being and to remember that In 14 :days thereafter. 11'ITn'Ihnt 14\ .
1929. bids will be received the tor"I.111 Was
by orl""c,
quotes Dr. henry S. Prltchett Koyd or bad, I 18 peppery enoughto the school boys and girls shouldbe 14 rhllllps.days thereafter.March 8. 1 10211, and every dtikl board I I 1"1..1 ,,.I piiHHcd 121 Iy the o dork ot Circuit r.CI'UIAN., -

flits president! of the Carnegie Founda- deserve quotation: taught not to choose but to Hill I March X, I 11120. and, every 14 for Its requirements of City I lie.UII.. .t the I ily' of HlII'k. I.J.6-2.11 ford County.Florida.XITICII .
on day of liecember .
I ( oils, tires tulioa -
of "The first is STOP "No Daniel days thereafter.warren. /asolne. /Itlses. 192H.
1011 for the Advancement step electing obey. and he also said \ 9, 1920, and 'every .

caching as saying: "The striking to the various boards of education is needed to Interpret the hand I 14 diiVH .lar'h. C. A. FUTCH.City Notlcci 1 iS hereby wlven that Hie, nil-
Crews, March i 1929 and 14 The above bids to Include supplies Clerk ,.I.r.IKn ", nM ndmlnlntrator for the
; haracteristlc of our schools un- Incompetent, hand-picked: old writing on the walls of certain of dflvs every TIIM: AHOVH AND l'OII-IOINL estate of UvlniTMton.
tw'.ter. for all equipment of the mild K.I. ileceased.
or the process of enrichment of women of either sex, who have a our great cty: high schools. The JI.r.h 9, 1929 and every ordUOI"'" IM hereby 11.v.1 will on I h day of March A.
14 dlY. board, and to bu delivered at this Hie 20tli day of I I'uc.mh.r. A. Ii.I 1) 1929, 111* return' of hIs account
he curriculum Is superficiality, I vanity to gratify and who seek the conditions existing therein spell th.I..at.r. 11311.
j ll'lahnl. Jlnl. I.1 1939 and every Sturke Lawtoy and Urooker.Tlia a. admlnlHtrator of mild entate, be.
oupled with tremendously rising adulation of the school teacher and not only social degeneracy but 14 Ih.t.r. IAnOI.1VAII.. fore the llonorabln A. lardI-1
I Alatisel. 1929 and board reserves the right to nor, Jiidire of 1011' '
Jayur Ciy Hlurk. the ( '
every
the school
ost. I -politician at the expense. mental and moral Imbeciity. 14 dave therearl.r.t4anpsui Copy Court" for I trati f.I County "J'.II..
I reject any or all bids. :.I. t-3-1 'I.rlda.
About the tremendously rising 'of the child and the taxpayer." S Clty'li.r'h; 12, 1929 and lit his cillli-e In I the ..(hInt h.HI." 'In
is fortunate in being every 1 14 K. S. MATTHEWS til'l'I'3 OF I tie City of Starke, Florida and will
[ is doubt. The Unit- I The schools of Ohio now take 45 Florida 11"1'1lal
oat there no I
11.1. March 12, 19:1, and every Chairman.ATTKST : at the same I hue apply r.r, u final,
J host this to the Presidentof
cent. of all direct taxes collected season 14 'list-barge
. id( States Bureau of Education reports per dlY" Ih.r.nfl.r. an admlnlHtrator of the
United and President 13, 1929 and 14 : til %%'h.n. I Mar Concern INotice Miild eHiule, I
the States Ilr'h every and liaise
for a r-
Ji that in 1890 it cost the country leaving 55 per cent. to the lays II.r.ly gi yes I that 1Khali all the duties and from
to teach 12,000- il state for the payment of Its World elect Hoover and many other not- L'r".by. March 13. 1929, and every C. A. l'UTCI.Secretary. I I, on 5Yi ti a : I Ut.h.hI clay' I of Maid I llnbllltl I .' a* adinliilMtrator -
i 14 of April, A, fl. H'Uli' ...LI.
$40.000.000 able men and women who are en- days thereafter. 2.84t31.fTI'I'J .t.e'.I HIM I II I >n- Imted I hug the Till
while in 1925 War Bonds and interest and to all January
00 chidren. N"lnln. March I IX. 1 1929 and ev- "1"'" 1..rK. A. ( "'" oiinty A. JI. I 1i2'I.(1iortclle.

and Wynn, March 14. 1929, and every at bin oltlce, I In the c ouit" IIOIIMH, ,
mantle of ice AdinlnlHtrntor
much or the Innumerable villages wrapped in a 4 clays IbierejitterVtriterli of I lie estate of
times Ihe of
'I fourteen as II : t city HI.rk. '", pf.'tIY

:/l, lust under 2000000000. Nor Is townships library boards and snow. President Coolidge and Mrs. days it, Mm'cii\ 14, 1929, and ev- I will be at thenanivcl following ., final for final ret u r dlHchurire as aldIk.1"1,1'.ailiiilnlMtrator upplicii-, I l-ll-Ot-3-8 Kate C.lvlll.ton. ..".."..1.

: [here any doubt about the enrichment : park boards for the payment of Coolidge were here for a short 'r'vI,1n : hj'hl"I.:: 1929 and precincts on the days and of the estate of Itlchu.. Kay

:: and debt time last week but long enough to ,iverv 14 & White, duL'fUHed.IIOOIKIIO. 'O"'U'J OF UI'UtllSU.I': OF
: of the curriculum. The par- operating expenses dates Ktated herein for the purpose -
Alderman, March I IS, 1929,.nnd ev- (U 1-'. Will'ri-S:, .\1
::1 c iit who received his college dl- charges. note the transition from zero arv 14 days I thereafter of receiving tax returns for S-8-01-4-1) AdmlnUlrutorOIICI1

iloma ten years ago today is fre- From 1900 to 1026 the enroll weather to summer temperaturesIn Jays Johns thereafter., March 15, 19:9. and every 14 the present year 1929 to-wlt : Thirty day' after date hereof on

I I. less than a twenty-four hour trip. ( March IS, 1929(' \ OF .tllMIMHTII t'i'iiCMAi'I'ilt'Ai'Il'S lo-wl; the 18th' day of February
o of Increased every -
''leully unable to understand even I ment pupils 'r.wt.ro. .nt llrouker, TueHday Feb. 19. FOII ) !). I t tie Uuardlaiicif ,

) ie names of many of the subjects 52 per cent. and the total expendI- ------ Theressa.(day ',1;' r'ta.1029.: : and ev- New Hlver, Wednesday Feb. 20. I U.J ; iIit, hel Iii' nll.r1llnul\ 4 I : "" I'rlOHt.
I II Volusla county women have been and J,tIlt 0 I In I I'rltiHt I, Minor 'helm (51
14 days l
tenfold.In jry
'-quired of modern school chll- tures Increased almost afternoon. Notice I IN to Henry
C. 1 1. 1'rlvcit,
industrious gardeners well March 10, and : .tI d..d. will apply tothe
I as as every 1i.hrl.1,1,
1111val. 1921. Moody A 1 lounge iillnHooper ,
1910 with a population of 4.- 14 Kawley. Thursday Feb. 21.lrahain I Honnrnblti < leo. A.
as cooks during the last and day. l.rnatpr. I i of Hoc'ii, Maine I ,mid FrankH. County I J liii| f I 'Inr.lner.
I'en.What. year Hrmlford'
I J then. of the third factor 767,131 the state and all Its various the results of their effort Is attracting I very .14 I..r.days' thereafter.. 18, 1929 and (: Tuesday, Fob. 2G, af I HowneM, of JuckHonvlll", I"I..IL. I"I.i-iic:. for InO order. ;(to Mall :tu:prl: r>,

tie, superficiality which Dr. Prltliett -, subdivslons: collected for all each and' every firm ternoon.TlieroHHit. I the only helm at law of I II'rl.rl vat sub, (the On..fourth undivided
I"r.on. .
attention in their county or Ant i I", who IM now or here I 10"1"1 I dHcenHcd, that t ,. l1de,p'* lut"r..t of cull. In the
[ alleges II' characteristic ot' purposes, including special assessment "I'IWI..l, WednoHilay Feb. 27, .. a s AdinliilHlrator I of t tin- e..1 I ttepu'nl 1111.. .' I
or or Ibl *
Three hundred person -
exhibit at the fair. o\ft.r Ih. own.r .u"loolal r.lowln. ,
udern education? He elaborates and schools, a total direct In charr. of any ,'atl. now or afternoon. talc' or 1'rb.l.t A. Hooper, rleceilHed' ",,, .InK 1alorel County, ,Illo.
varieties: of home preserved 1/1..1. to to the HonorubluUeorifH .ida, :
IB charge in these words: | tax of 71921650. Ten years .' ,"are by law lro.tordCU'lnty. Hamilton, Thursday Feb. 28. A. (!liirdlner.' : County;: Jniltr ofllradforcl I-wl at a point (353) feet
products have been arranged by 11"111. r"'lllr.d Ih'llnnlnl
"Kducatlon: in the elementary later in 1920 with a population of I to dip al .1h ...tie within .. Under the law It Is the duty I County s Florida, on Monday ., I Nurllv..t corner of the
March 17th.1 I 92:5:'. I 10 o'clock
at
home
Miss Orpha Cole demonstration days I the first ( ( the Northeantquarter.
liools, Instead of meaning 0 thor- 5.759,394 the schools alone collected dipping date alo 11.ludllg.unly. specl- of every person, owning or having A. M. f.I' an order lo take poHeHlnn *. NOI'lh"a.t. Hnctlon .(30"wn.hll') ((1 I.
agent In the Volusla county .
uh groundng: In fundamentals more than $71,000,000. Six .i.< irs the afoiesuld r..olulon. that custody any property subject to thu' h..h"at.r, I deMiirlbed, rnaluHlate Hun, Hi ItaiiK (22) eaMt, thence

smattering ot many'' after that in 192C the total exhibit. I I is 01 say within ',': 'l from to return the same to the IIH ..., mild estate andHell (2H6)) feet to 1 point of h.tlnnl.a HOIII.
teens a years nOd 1 including the 41 h day March, taAatol. all the 'InlereNt( of the, abovoiianied 1 1 henceVuMt (105)I ( ) I

li some of them important expenditures of the schools :\ A. 11., 1929* at one or more of the official OleS80r between Jan. 1 and lu.lr. ut law In and I to thefollowiiiM Hnuth (IbM) feet, tbetiro, KitHt (11)11)
Ings. O'I'ICI vat described In the aforesaidresolution I I : deHcrlbed landM Ni t lilt toil
feet, I Ihencn North (HM feet
) tn
j>me of them pleasant and many I amounted to more than $140,000- and. j"h.doJ. as shall r" April 1, of each and every your. In I Ir..tutd County J'lur"hl. to-wlt': of liMKlnnliiNT, contnlnlnK 6K feet point by

|t i' them mediocre and trivial. In- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEUN: most .. owner or With: the exception of above at a ,point wh.re %Vestliasrelal los feet lii a Hquara.
000.The Notice, given that the or person In charge of Street croMHUM Hrd Street
the h"r.uy 'uMtudlal This IHIh day of Jnnuary, 1921).
llectual discipline has been not- bonded Indebtedness of State LAva Sanitary Hoard of r.alll. upon the date "1..ell..1fu" dates, I will be In the assessors office on I lh" I..t: Hldn I of W. l morebiml .t. SIYKTI.IJ rillKST

, ''ily weakened and the school sys- Ohio school districts! increased the Slate' of Florida in regular cattle d 1"ln. .. for the purpose of receiving and on Mouth ..I. of 3rd Mt. and run l-H-lif-2-H _(Junnllan.,
meetlnif ,iiKHemhlttd. on the 6th d.yof < respectively al.1 dip or lIpid: 1741!ifeet a point of beiilllnlitKi -
. i iI m has come to be looked upon as from $17,260,767 in 1910 to February, A, !>., 192!9. adopted "ause, to btf dipped .II I situ-h cattle, tax return ; I IhuncB, run Houih fioo feet to. a OTlih

lie door by which every boy and in 1926. me fUJuwl1 r""olullo.: bach, all every fourteen d.y.' from K. W. Hayes etlikel; thenct run Went 179 feet
:$ ) : by the State .mil the date of the
$19.13.07 "I dip more or !less to WeHtmoreland, 'reel ,
Irl Is to enter Into some kind of of lie tiitNiycr| Stock Sanitary Hoard of theSlale ping: : ",f such cattle, respectively, In County assessor of taxes. thence cluing MaMt "I. of 'Wentnioreliinil In Circuit Court, Twenty-Sixth Ju- I
bold I mill the of Florida' regular meetlnKUMMembled such the aforesaid vat an shall illi'lnl Circuit of Florida, In and for
,lung that afford the means make* tlio 2-8-21. Hlleet 515 feet tn it stake)
tl""II'II1
may I that until lurther ordered most convenient tin'1. on t the dates ______ JJimt line of Herman llrudford County, In Chancery; '
h maklns n_ llvlnor.__ .___ Insolent. the I Maid Hoard .will pay to each above specified for official clipping I at th.nc..,. halide alolK feet l.uUlM IJrown,
to
tn.'lt,1 I Oil III\ \ ><'!': I''4 I2 47 a fttaka:
mifl I verv owner or nUMtodlan. or such vats respectively, until such
1.:1 1
1 1as To the support of the argumente But there comes a time when patience person In* charge of any cattle now tune n* <
Ohio bulletin brings a host of In the taxpayer ceases to be or hereafter being In Bradford tary Board tl.Florida l shall discontinue [IK] IT HRMKMHRIUCn. That alI inence of 3rd w..t Street along 238V pouin feet"oun.llry to point A. W. JJrown.
; County Florida who shall under dipping said County.HONK. In.
Is regular meeting of the City Council : pefenclant.
that patience
ithorltles. For example. Presi- a virtue. When the supervision of Maid I Hoard or Its h.glnllnK. belne In Kant: h,1 of
r OJJJHI':1 AIOPTI'Uby of the City of Htarke Hradfnrd Order of Hervlce
br I'nlilleatlnn
is quotI and abused it takes on the atrentH. A\l.\ cattle owned or in the of .' .. 29
nt Duller of Columbia flouted H.alary
held the IVtli To A. W.
on lirown. 1537
Hoard county 'I.rhla. | 6 Mouth. ItanK, 22 Kant.FltANK Kalliorlanil
custody of or In charge of of the State of '
owner 'l'uw".hl.
I of cowardice and .u'n l'lorl'a. clay "f Uocember A, ]>., 192M at Its street. Nashville, Tenneiie:
saying: appearance .or pennon In chargeat Oth ilny of February, ) II. IiOWNKMAdintnlMtrator
cUHtodl.n
well useful one 1 of the otnclal STATIC LIVE SToCK J regular meeting place In the City of of Kntat of U I* hereby ordered that you appear -
Its purpose.
I "The ability to read has ceases to serve In .aid nwr.county, within dllI".gval. OF rr.nnYunA Ntulke, at lKbt o'clock p. m., their Iferbert A. Hooper, deceased. to the Hill of Complaint filed

Sh disappeared if the reading be That time has been definitely I days. from and Including tnurt..1 W. Il. ; belVifff pr_*ient the followlnif niemberif 2-1-51-3-1 herein ofcalnit you In tnt* abova en-
school expenditures day of A. II. 1929. and each Chairman of naM, council, TO-WIT: (I. W. ------ lltliMl cause, on the 4th day of
rious. Instructve. or ennobling; reached in the and Jlar'h. day from and ATTEST: Al'lerinun. W. U Wal. N Hter"horl. March, A. (>., 1929 and llradford
IVOTKI'lIn
.v.ry .
x 'a ability so far 'las It of Ohio.' after the firm official dipping bere- J. V. KN\Il. 1.A. Ittivlm and C*. ,, .elt. County Tel.Kruph U hereby delir-
wrie. manifest by bo I.. S. Iturrau umler cattle I respectively .. Veterinarian.Donn nope. At which meeting certain tiroerdliiKii united a* the newspaper In which
lets at all, delights to SlutlMlrs Supplied sail on th.eUrat; on which officialcattle 1 at Tampa, Florida February were hud' aniiuiK which Circuit Cmrt. llradford County thin crIer shall b* publlihed lines a

elf In forms of exceptional of IMucalloii.School : dll.plnl .In held at said vat, 6th. U2S. were the tolowlll: Florida. I I Ch./cery. Week for four ((4) ctoiiHe-cutlv, week.

the abll- 1890; No. pupils udeness and vulgartly; year. being 1 a* above, the Mum of three -- a certain .. fur Complainant this Sift day of January A. I> l')2.

1 to perform the simplest mathe- enrolled, 12,722,581 ; Total No. cenlH per head, the name being one- :u fTUH'H: C IM-J 1m unanimous adoption and passage, v*. O. %V. ALlJKHMAN,
363,922 Salaries half of the reaHonable and neceMHary without reference to any committee W.lter J Ilarman.l (RAD) Clerk
atleal operations Is, to all intents of teachers ; root : \! / 'In nald I County, Notice I hereby given that under ami thereupon Councilman W. l I.r.hut., W. II. WAT.DEN.)

,(d purposes confined to teachers superintendents and teachers. ()vr n'MNJV'} that the and by virtue. of Final' I inrren of Jj. Wo.ll ....n'l.e saId motion to Oriler of I'uhlleiid.in Attorney for Ci/tdplalnnnt/

i mathematics to specialists Total expenditures raid to any owner ".rc.'Insure made t and rendered by adopt anil I.... ordinance. In I It aPP"'Hlne by alllil.ivlt attached l-It-St-2-ll_
or $91,836.481 ;
In
to ,
chargeof th
ii "u"t..ian. p.r.I" the A. Z. Ad kins. Judgeof ao..rdal.e with said l m.tol ami "lvl"lnt filed In the
that now or hereafter being Honorabl.Circuit Court of the 2th Judicial .ale notion then .nl being above cause, that the residence of OTII'I Then sIJbjec. William M.lornton. $140,506,715.School 1900 ; No. of pupils In said county for ANY cattle I.Circuit ofFlorliln.' In ami, forBradford to a vote of the AYU and NAY. Walter J, Harman I is unknown to
8 Dr. dipped by Much owner cu.todl.. orpersoi In (' and the roll being called Kalil motion complainant' ; that there I* no person I I
University of Vfrnla 15.503.110 ; Total No. of In charge, owner I Crmnty. Chancery dalet unanimously carried by the In the State of Florida known
of the vote
to
enrolled, 8th. 192V In that '
I custodian, or shallunder t ..hrrfRt \ :tal Notice !Is hereby given that all
:; .
; ,
colleges salaries of superintendents nnljn. pending between the member preiient, which ordlnancx alI"lt. service (.f proceH upon
the 3 4,062 the creditor,
that 4 ; Leguitses
I lamenting teahers. thin Hoard. lx> and Trust I IH In word and figure fallowing. woiilil bind the nald defendant I>lntrlbutei<* and
an
Id universities are being fled I and teachers. iav- lor Its .gent.; dip .. .atle owned; 1.0111. Ion. (' Comp.ny., < TO-WIT: In this suit for divorce It I I. there. (all tie pcronii having claim against '
his Krtate of
or J.
th students "the majority 637,746 ; total expenditures: $21 4- ml'l County on the. day eh.rl"In corporation Home-Brandon and CumJlny.I'ons I Ilc., and a AN iltUINANCK: KNTITLRD FOItTIIH ANOIJINCI'IHOVIJNI : and for appear ordered to that the nalil bill. of defendant Complaint bo lal, of Hradford A. County c.'owart., Florida deceased* are,

JI horn can neither read intelll-' 964.618. llclal official dipping' nipping I at one Vats or more of the I Calvin Johnson defendants, the underlKi .A..IN'I : HUU- In HUH cause, on or before the 4th claim hereby reijulrnd to pr,,* nt belt
to the
I No. pupils enrolled respectIvely id. who wa therein appointed I Tf Tin: . otherwise' ltonoratle (Io. A. ,
nor write respectably, nor School year. 1910 ; within fourteen day from and Including l.rch. 1931. I Uurdmer, County Ju.lge of ,
llradford
nty. as Special Master Chan'-TV, to KI.KfTDItS:( OF TIIK ( ITY OFHTAIIKK. llm of will b* -
of the 4th day of A. I). 111 CulJlltV.. .
''el nor compute as ac- 17.813.852; Total No. 1929! and each and Jar.h. execute the same. will .n.Mnd.y. TillOUF.HTION! OP IMXU1NO taken a* oonfeMMed bY It Florlllu. for his aDnrn..lwithin ,
one
correcty. of superintendent the Ills or jviarcn, TWKL.VK further ordered that (hi.n year from data hereof _
grocer's salaries days from and after the date of the tcb
ordinary 523,210; : OF TIOUHANI or thl* notice
as an : teacher first of such cattle, the ar".o of sale before the (' I 1.000,01)1' HOM.AItH/ pnblloheil one a week for will be lieil In bar _
rk. and teachers 253. ive'iy.LNF' djpplna renpectortDEriKo Court door. In H.ark. ""orlla. "'Ol TJ"J HIJII.IlINU OF A Mir.( Meoutlv week In the Hradforcl to thereto nld deceamiil And all pers.ns Indebted _
of $ 4262O ,- AVD ADOPTED sell to e Ih anil best >I1IU>INU WITHIN TIlE County T.I..raph. published In estate are riiilrit
And Hughes expenditures. ;
President R. M. total describedlands. to pay came forthwith
915,470 ; by the Htate Live' gtorlc Hanltary for cash the following I CITY ( BTAUKK.Ill St.rke. to the under
H signed
admlnl
ami University Is declared to .4 34.School. Hoard of the Htate of Florida this situated In Bradford County -: OKMAINKD by the City ThlM the zjth day of J.nuary. A. ThIs llth trator. '
.f of pupils 6th lay of to-wlt: Council of the city of Stark lirad- U. mi. day of January ISIs _
... ve said that pupils are 1915 ; No. I92'> 1lorlJa. ,
recently year. n fjK1jl nf N. I>. WAINWHIUHT '
tract or parcel I.nd. W. _
No. of sTATE $ SANITAHT th.t ford county, Florida, that there shall I O. A t.t : AN. l-lt-9t-l-8.
aduated from the high schools enrolled 19693.007 ; total BOA IU. situate lying' and being In BradfordCounty be held In the said city, at the prevent Clerk of Circuit Court AdnilnlitratorTO

ho do not know arithmetic cant ; salaries of superintendents W. J. KOWAflDS, Florida, being the South City Hall, on the 12th day of (SEAL) Ily iiUANCim AI. ) :IUfAN 'tOl'i'I.h Jid'n-ronst'is: '
. [teachers 604,001 Chairman. east <|uarter (HK'4) of Northeast A. J>,, 1929. a special election Deputy CUrk. titFIl).
write and cannot even read un- and teachers $344.- ATTEST: (quarter
ot English. total expenditures $605- J. V. KAPP. Secretary (8VVV of Northeast quarterNF. J th: constitution I and law of the Solicitor for Complainant 2-1-6C-3-I 1"
rstandlngly a page 668.690; State V.t.rlnarlan: ( ) and W..t half-of Sluth..t state ot Florida. Including the chart. Notice I iii hereby gIven that all '
There all lamenting Done at Tampa. Florida. February quart.r (HK') and North.a.t quarter of OF : Creditor L.eratee ,
are otber. 460785. (NK'/i) Southeast quarorfhEV er of the city Mt.rke. said special NOTI'I.1 M"'r.n'l MI.H UiMtrlbutee. and
at the pupil's school days are School year. 1920 ; No. of pupils 6th. 1929. (> of F"ttlo Twenty-lx (25). I election .d.termln. questIon of all pi-rion havlnv claim agaInst
otheran total No. of I 2Ia31.JOTICJ_ Township Ing something 21578.316 ; dcad.
spent in enrolled, OF (20( Also that tract ot land de- OOOOO dollar In bond* of the City and by VIrtue of that final son are hereby required 7
and salaries of superintendents fU'\I\"T'' of Htarke for the of bulldInic c.rlall to prevent the name duly aulhantlated I
learning to read. to write teachers. 679,533 ; scrlhed a* rolow.: 1.lnnln. 440 purpose decree of foreclosure mad. on Jan.uary to the -
596. yard. South rnr a municipal bulldlnir or City Z6lh. A. l>. 1 Honorable County Judge of Brad
compute. and teachers. By authority of and In .. within said fty| of Htark ford County Florida at hi '
accordance flee of Section twenty-five (24) : U.I. A. / Adklnn. Jud Z'Yt ha, Circuit I :' office I ,
Immediately the question arises. 174,676; total expenditures 1. with the provisions of Chapter 9201, Township Seven (7), SoUth RangeTwenty IT FtrHTflKIl OltDAINKU that Court, In anil for ('ounty.Florlla ; In the court house. In the Town of
i, Laws of Florida, Acts of 192.1. that (JO) East and run East the bond iHMueil In Pursuance of said In that whe,.. I/ Ptarke, within one year from daIs, ,
whose Interests is it to divert 036,151,209. part of. Zone No. 7. 9 and 10. four hundred fifty-eight (4S8) yards: election hall bear date lit. ) .c.rt.11 I cause hereof or this notice will be hell ,

C pupil's time and attention School year 1922 ; No. of pupils I which comprise Levy, (Hkhrl.t, Htith thirteen hundred twenty I I I A. It I)2V! and In denomination of C'. J.. widower* .complainant llradford and In bar thereto, and all persons In- I
total No. of 11.""au. all of Duval lying north and (1.120 yard: West foul hundredfiftyeight One thounandM (1000.00 dollar County U.teru. ) ileliei to said estate are required to ,
1111 '1m the things he really needs enrolled, 23.239.227; : of Ht.' John river (lay and ( 4St) yard and North anal shall be numbered and mature of lank.coporatlon 1 corporation and; Itwnedlct Hank pay the *am* forthwith to the unclerilKiKd 1 i,

11 squander them upon trifling teachers, 722,976 salaries of$8 superintendents 6 0.-- uml'Bradford. ;:m".tolr.t" I .rc purpose 11 thIrteen yard to place hundred of beginning.twenty All(1320)of Numberalno'nt. followgf I lion J'olal and- i'umpany.; a .,rpor.- Thin the Slut executor.day of Derernher 193*. ,.
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hJe teachers, a* York Mill
2UT To this the Ohio and carrying out WILLIAM HoLMKi
question ,.tmath era.aUon above described In Meu- One II.OOD.OD' July Maturiy// ) STEVSN ION
1. ianlzatton expenditures, [ In said part .1 .* and no ,I Ion twenty-five suf- total clal Mater ,
,. make a reply 952,724 ; U'-I ',attie, which shall embrace bull, (7> South, Range Twenty (20) Three 11.000.00 July 1st. 15321 decree will .appointed"U! fur cash In to"aid thv final la.t'l;I Henry Large 4t venon, decae I I1221st3.35


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Farmers & Farming I.I I.. Disease Attacking 1:1! ; liy Or. L. D. LeGear. V.S.. St. JLoui, Mo. ('-' Ir' I Gainesville, Fla. Carpet Rr

::1: : Tomatoes Dr. LcGear !I. n KraJnntooltnc: ;- Ontario Ver rnitrvColleite { Gainesville Fla.-One of the seed may bo secured now at r
In
State .
,IH92.*1 hirtv.ix yearn oCvelertn. rrpra<(icon 2" greatest handicaps to the dairy Industry sonable prices! according to ,
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( II ''. Kditor) diea""i of livv .u"IL and poultry rmlnentauthority
.. ,., vice from W. E. Stokes,
on poultry anil ml ick omll Nulmnallyknown in Klor'dn: la the practice of agn">i
(I3y J. Francis Cooper. ) -- poultry breeder. Noted author ami lecturer.AH trying to buy roughage feeds In mist of the Florida Experlnii.

Editor, Florida Experiment Static bags, 1s the conclusion of Hamlln Station. There Is a good HUP;
Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute
I Ar'I i ______ trio VIIIIIKATINO particularly dangerous. Damagedor L.. Brown, extension dairyman of seed available this spring, ",
tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found I! Gainesville Fla., Feb. 14.-Th : TItOL'JII.i: : I' cheap Inferior feeds of any Not all dairymen in the state follow those farmers who have l h-

'I To Be Best Suited to Our Country tomato Industry of Florida It! TO TIm DRAW kind should not be fed at all. this practice, but too many thinking of starting! a permam,
. r again threatened by a serious: fungouS I Cheap feed Is dear at any price. still do, he says. pasture have tin opportunity to j
,. -=-.--= .;..- -;- ..--- .; disease. The new disease, Poultry liaison l-'lnd That thoLwutt Llmberneck, bowel disorders andother Most of the grain feeds sold In seed at fair prices, he adds.
I| declared by Dr. O. F. Weber, aasoclate Kxpenitlvp:: Trouble Ii that I troubles are caused by eating ; the state have been prepared for Permanent pastures in whi
agriculture Is the farm home. Too Which I... Never ,\lIowtc1 to llnp- spoiled feed. Feed of the bestquality rough
Program Fixed : plant pathologist at the use with such home grown carpet grass Is one of the prlnrii
I many economists have reached the Florida Experiment Station, to be IK'II-PI't'v'lItiv. HI1I'f'1I ('
For Dipping In conclusion that the only way to a species of stemphyllum, has been 1.lttlc''ODlI".1 With AVIuitThey In plain everyday cleanliness I, crops, pastures and other grazing fairly moist land as this grass dc,
I farm successfully Is to place the of serious consequence In the stat Have. I however, comes the greatest pro, crops. When such forage crops not do well under droughty <.(1dltlons.

Tick Eradication farm on a factory basis, with quantity only during the last two or three tection against the possible InvasIon are not grown by the dairyman Information concernl
In the roistering days of the old of disease. Houses should be
production as the goal. We years. It has never been reported there is a strong likelihood that prices of seed and location
I can point to no pages In history I attacking tomatoes before. wild west the fellow who was 'so constructed that they can easily his cows are not getting a balanced houses having seed for sale m
Flv, Direct DuvalCounty I Dr. Weber has just returned : be kept clean, and have eithersolid ration, is/the way Mr. Brown has
InHiHX'fors to where agriculture has been' as quickest at getting his gun Into action be obtained from the agronomy d:
Work, Ih-ftlnnlng profitable as the Industries. from an inspection trip over the had the best chance for long; board or concrete floors that found conditions. partment of the station.
March 4th "There are too many factors Involved !tomato growing area around life. Consequently, it was not surprising will permit of easy cleaning and Records from herds In all parts .
In connection with agriculture Homestead and reports that thi that men spent hours dislnfestlng. Clean quarters can of the state demonstrate the truth Winners of the future farm!

Jacksonville, Feb. 11.-Under which are beyond the control II new disease is doing more damage practicing the art of beating the not very well harbor .diseasegerms. that the dairymen who are producing of Florida judging contest at t I''
the supervision of five inspectors, I of man-weather conditions, such at the present time than all other other fellow to the draw. Their Special care should.be exercised the cheapest milk also have South Florida Fair were annouti
in as droughts, floods, frosts, Insect tomato diseases combined. He and lives might !Some day depend on it. in disposing of the drop- the best looking cows. The cows ed at the first annual dinner ,
dipping the cattle I
systematic pests, plant diseases, and the great other investigators surveyed thousamis Today, far less effort Invested in. pings. Noxious gases arising from are healthy because they get the association in Tampa Saturd
tick eradication program will get I d'fflculty: of organizing agriculture. ( of acres of tomatoes, and preventive measures would save droppings are very harmful to thefowls. plenty of succulent feed In the night. Ruben Reems, of Aucill
under way In Duval county on "It found the disease attacking practlcally I Furthermore, the drop form of silage and pastures, and
I matters little to the farmer the lives of thousands of fowls won first place, Arthur Blssttt ,,
March 4, It was anounced last what may be the financial outlook every variety grown In that that now are sacrificed annually. pings harbor disease germs without forage crops. Winter Haven, second andV>
night by Dr. J. V. Knapp of Talla- and the existing economic conditions area. Nallhead rust, the bane of For one thing, too little attention number and Intestional worms Figures on the cost of producing liam Anglin, Ft. Lauderdale tlilr
hasssee, state veterinarian who ho must carry on. On the tomato growers during recent is often paid to weeding out .: besides. Droppings should be removed silage and forage crops on the .
was In the city yesterday conferring other hand, the industries are years, was found to be entirely the unfit. Chicks that are obviously frequently and used for proper soil types In Florida show An exposition Arcade w:1I: i
with Dr. T. W. Cole, chief sllgthly affected by climatic conditions absent in the Homestead area in deformed or hopeless fertilizer away from the flock. that with the long growing seasons one of the newest and most Inspector in charge of the United and can close down in the early February this year. weaklings should be killed at once. Dead birds should be burned or dairymen can grow these feeds in traordlnary features of the Ontr
States department of agriculture hour of financial distress. The new stemphyllum disease Weaklings contract diseases that burled deeply, and a regular this state as cheaply as they are i I Florida Exposition which will I
co-operative efforts with the state I "But after all, the farm and the has been noted by Dr. Weber in healthy, well developed chicks cleanup program should be carried grown In northern dairy states, i It held at Orlando at ExpoHltlu
government; In killing of the fever open country offer a civilization the Bradenton area for the las would throw off easily, thus makIng out often. This, with the regular is stated. I Park, February 19 to 23. It
bearing parasites.Dr. that cannot be obtained elsewhere I I tour or five years, but It was of ; easy the spread of trouble use of a good coal tar dip and disinfectant The majority of these low grade claimed that never before In tli}
Knapp announced the schedule --an independent life, the ', minor importance, doing only a among the rest of the flock. It Is will prove very effective protein feeds which are used In the istory of Florida fairs has sucli o
of dipping for the first half of ''small until two Iin preventing many diseases and forage crops are
opportunity to enjoy and investigate damage* years ago most certainly false economy or place of good ; unusual attraction. been ollere
the month In this county, or a least when whole fields of tomatoes were Insect pests. made from the lowest quality
the laws of nature, the environment none at all to save some of the I the pll bl c.
that section! of the county to the I I for the development of ''defoliated. Again last year It was owls( one often sees In flocks otherwise Of course, disease may take its feeds It Is claimed. Florida a -
north and west of the St. Johns a.strong and vigorous family. The of serious consequence in the Bra fairly well cared for. toll of any flock, no matter how dairymen can grow their own Florida residents in New Yor,
river In which the eradication pro I I man who lives his life! without I{ denton area, and Dr. Weber ex'pects Another way to beat trouble to carefully cared for. As a rule, roughage, and until they do, the and other eastern and western di

gram will be initiated this spring, having spent some part of it in the it to attack the plants this the draw Is to adopt every possible however, any extra effort invested Industry as a whole will not les on business during the pa<-
after arranging same with Dr. Cole country is to be pitied. It Is Impossible year.The means for eliminating vermin in such preventive measures as prosper as It should declares Mr few days report greater number o
and 1>1'. J. R. Wlthlln, federal Inspector for him to understand all new disease attacks onb; of every descr'ptlon.! Lice, mites, those described above will pay big Brown. people coming south than ever b<
who will have the supervision the. Joys and pleasures that the the leaves of the tomato plant, and ticks and all other such pests sap dividends. Strong, healthy fowls, fore. It Is difficult to get Pullina,
of the Duval county work. may attack them from the time I protected as much as possible of
world offers to mankind. the vitality of fowls to a point accommodations on any th
Similar schedules were set up for a they are in the seedbed until they where they easily become prey to from the various sources of disease r Wnt.f'JUJ: l'IW
Nassau, Clay, Bradford, Ollchrlst t'HK OLD NKWSI'APKItSTOR : ; are full grown in the field. The all sorts of diseases. Constant will resist epidemics: that I I and more Florida news U belli
and Levy counties the disease sunken would wipe out others. They are _
following MULCHING FLOWKKH: produces spots on vigilance is needed to guard fowls played up in the northern newspapers
inspectors in addition to Dr.'Vlrth- the leaves, the spots being grayish against these tiny enemies. They also more vigorous and productive Following la a list of farm talks than has been noted In man
lin being In the city Saturday.Dr. Gainesville, Fla. Since so In the center and surrounded bya should be Inspected periodically In every way. to be broadcast over WRUF for the
II. }o'. Kern of Fernandlna dark band. The usual (Copyright, 1929, The years.
Dr. much is being said and written spots are and dusted with a good lice pow week ending February 20. .
D. B. Petllete of Green Cove about the use of prepared paper as ly small, and may be round, oval, der if they are any parasites on by Dr. L,. D. LeGear. V. S.) agricultural program Is given from Tampa Weekly industrial pay

Cove Springs, and Dr. J. P. Mack, a mulch for gardens and truck or irregular. heir bodies. Lice powder should PAYS! TO TOP-OHKSS OATS 6:30: to 7 p. m. The wave length roll of this city 19 approximate!)
of Starke. patches Dr. E. W. Berger suggests The organism has been found to be added to the dust bath and lethe Is 204 meters. 1800,000.

IIETTKK:; FAHM LIVINOHIIOfLlt I that old newspapers and magazines I grow best in warm weather, at hens use this at will. Their Gainesville, Fla.-Top dressing Feb. 16 ""'hat Can the North Fort Myers East First street
temperatures around 78 to 82 degrees should be thoroughly Florida Farmer Plant in 1929 and Cleveland avenue paved.
IIK: I'lUMMtV m'ght: be utilized for the quarters oats with 100 pounds of quickly and
...on.II'CT; OF FARMING same purpose about rose bushes, Fahrenheit, and produces cleaned out at frequent Intervals available nitrogenous fertilizer per Expect to Get a Profit?" J. Lee Fort Myers Improvement
88 90 Fahren
newly set trees or shrubs around spores at or degrees Gainesville and every nook and cranny should acre has been found to be: profit Smith, district extension agent. under way at local postofllce,
heit.
What Is the end of It all In farmIng the home. have shown Experiments that the at same organ- be sprayed with a strong solution able, according to tests made by Feb. 18 "Corn Breeding," F. 11"

or In any other line of work, The paper not only prevents 1 Ism will ground of dip and dlsinfecatnt. Whitewash the agronomy department of the II. Hull, assistant agronomist,
weeds and from grow on peppers Is another preventive that Is not Florida Experiment Station. COFFINS & CASKETS 1
growing,
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anyway it primarily to make grass cherries, eggplants and nlghtI Florida Experiment! Station. The
used nearly so much as it should Feb. 20 -- "Where and How
? but eliminates the need of hoeing I
money shades. Fertilizer should be applied some and Full Line of
I be. It Is well to apply it at least ," Dr. F. II. a
Our Nitrogen
We Get
There cultivation and moisture
U to or conserves
: more farming than time during the middle or latter
making he A liberal | According to Dr. Weber, a spray wlce a year and put it on hot. If Heath, professor of chem'Btry'! !
money by running a farm. Buyi. application of 4-4-50 Bordeaux: mixture Is the part of February. Undertakers Supplies
The two or three ounces of dip and disInfectant University of Florida.
primary object of better farmIng of fertll'zer: should be made
and better marketing" of farm before: the paper Is applied. Later best control known so far. It Is mixed In each gallon A munclpal rose garden Is being AUTOMOBILE I1BAKSB! j jAlwir
should be applied: weekly after the -
of whitewash It will be ef-
products !should!! be to make it pos apl! .\11011 of fertilizer may be very started on the court square In Paatka *n hmml. Th. k sible for the farmer and his family made right on top of the mulch as plants are up. ective In killing mites and other reports Mrs. Berta L. Vaden, PAINTER'S a th* lo.....t prlr... buw.il l Z
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nseetJ.: It should be forcibly telea..h .rot.
to live better.' I home demonstration A
Better agent.
living means the paper will rot out in about a To give best results, a variety JU (;I UIU.O, IMI14LMI: >JI
more attractive farm homes, better year and should be renewed. The of pecans should bear at an early prayed on if possible, as that fountain erected for the use of I
schools, better churches, betti paper should be covered with age produce medium to large nuts, will drive It into every crack and Worses was removed to make way i Simon Pure Citrus il DEWITT C. JONES

r roads, better communities, and grass, weeds! or dirt to prevent and be resistant to disease and insect revice where parasites m'ght! find for the garden. and I SfAKKE, FLA.
TI".iny other Ultima that help to the wind blowing it away. Dr. '' attacks. a hiding place. .. 1'If' 1-

make life In the open country more Berger has used thU method with Tainted foods, too, can cause no Disinfect old hog houses with Gem Farm CropFERTILIZE ''''>,''' "' '' '" .,.-,....-u.tT.JT..n. ._. .,. .
!nd of trouble. Mouldy gra'ns! are crude oil to keep down lice.
enjoyable. I
good results, he says.D'Kpawn I i Pecan trees are generally set GOby
"Too much stress has been laid -----...-- 50 or 60 by 60 feet opart. The I ; IIS
on the material aide of farming | : and insects take an an-I, former distance requires 17 trees ,
and too little thought has been nual toll of one-fifth of the per acre while the latter requires I For colds
given to the fact that the basis of sible crop yield in America. I 12. Are grip

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let results on the road i into your state. We can fill any order at 1000, $2.75; j|

5000 lots or mere, $2.50 per thousand. _For 50 years the \
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courns. , PORTCAR .$':2St" 1"in-Th"rr< i ,
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IH IIOOMY: YKT: SMALL: I I QIQQJI'eclIt"I'JC: '
which will well bespeak The planning of the entrance JC JLIIrr : ; :
R. C. Hunter & Dro., Archts., I the charm of
(Dr the exterior. vestibule and coat closet has been
; New York.) | The exterior wallIS of this little I well handled, it forms a part of Starke Florida = : :
There U a' lltle home which most cottage are cream color stucco. The the house.I. I]
anyone would be proud to possess. roof U shingle of a reddish brown On the first floor are a living
It Is not always how large a house tone. The door and window frames I.room, dlnln room, sun porch and II J. R. DAVIS
we build for a well designed and are stained brown and the !sash!! are kitchen-all of comfortable size.I & CO.
honestly constructed small house painted a light pastel Ehade of I On the second floor are three We can ctaroe .
very often, creates: more Interest!!! blue. | bedrooms, sleeping porch, bath Y-ES your 8 HRSf
and possesses more charm than Its | The chimney ls built of red and good closet space. i I INSURANCE
larger brother of the so-culled I clinker brick. The laundry, boiler room, etc.. STORAGE BATTERY inSmith's
"barn type" I The house requires a plot with 'are in the cellar. ,
One can fairly feel out "elfllTlng u minimum frontage of fifty feet Complete working plans and j AGENCY
In such a home as shown which allows for a driveway on specifications of this house may be ESTABLISHED 1886
here; selecting curtain material, one side: and five feet on the other I obtained for a nominal sum from ,
rugs furniture, etc., which when aide. or the house Is so designed the building editor. Refer to Garage ffa STARKE
all have been carefuly chosen and I that the sun porch end would face I( house A-139. I Fla. I. FLA.

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I School year 1 , (lout. in h.ntkHt.ulloiil I. Ii
EDUCATIONAL GRAFT enrolled .< tu 1\.1, wllhtn. u' ''" 01,t' 1""NM. fol, i.i I I 1\ b kll i"\\ II l .1.IN t lit SiX, S ttIOtllt) ( .luu I I I.' I pi!II:i:, I t '.! Morilnv *
I 34 .28S.K08. total No. of )" finm part of .Ully. J'I.'hla. oi i
; under and In ..ll gj. Loan and FIIIM" ( "u inpan, >'" .S, M I'l 11,01)11 1 ) ((I .luK' Ixt. 19.l: Hi.' F.iiith, di> .r A D. tn
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I teachers 781,308.; salaries of superintendents 11 Huh and Il' IMiuc. and I'1lght $1 00000) July let. l't.17Mill : lli.'n, thih'K"l hoiiiN of il' .
THE EVENING ,111'11k
SUN, Baltimore Oct. 6 1927 tl IpNII.I." \1 .Hint Had 1 or paiiil of ( July let, 1918'I : for ,
of
l.\i! > sunk 1,1 U.\OO.OO I HI! |
and I th.
teachers $9 49- S'LII.I l I I t', I and to'I I In Dc,, purpose. .ntlrylnA
1\11k nut .1 'en $ ( July Ixt, 1939 ,in.il, I ,
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Johnson. I 877.465 ; total expenditures, $1.- spread or .UI.emlnul.1, uf \ half'WJt.( ); of conxlNtliiK North\\t-Mt' of t the I'leven $1,00000 July 1'. 1940 real ..Ial. ""InN (in
quar 'Iwolve I July ) Hrudford
920743936. fever tlt'k.This .IUO.UO itiiintv, Florida
(NWV, ) and Northwest 11.194
-J, quarantine nhall quarter Hoth "rh1 I .,- The i$outhenr quarter of Southeast
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'
In most American towns ficlently School year 1925 ; No. of pupils foiftand rlYcct on tlic ( VV'i i, ), Se('I Ion I two ((2)) quartet, .paynblH: In Holil coin of the quarter; the Southwest ijnnrt' t.
I appalling I points out enrolled 24.876.599 ; total No. of :III<'h. .\. 1>. 1921. ." (7))1. South, IUIIHTK Towimhlp nt'tcun State. of An.rh'l of lh. prexcntwilHht .f Soulhoant quarter and the Houtheant -
who dares say a word 'that lv! order, of Stale and .tlllllrll at the Hanover quaiter or SoiithweHt I
there are h. I! ) ', I I l quartt'iof
embedded hundrei
: ,
( In our teachers 776.992 salaries of Ni, 'ollalllnl .n. National .
I ; sup- SIlilal'v Hoard ,' ( t20) Ialk the Cll) of New Siiticm Tuenty-fotir Inelmlow
ort of educational educational system innumerable'experts" erintendents and teachers. $1- ,. J. ii 1\\n.s. I <, 1.III. t the |>.lat rex. ,r'H'n"'ly mote or fiwn loss d. York. Inl... said biincln' \ purchttMed all the eXC..I .(24.' hili'iiKinH" ,-
J. V. C.. locally. If HO thin t they will ( more pit rt ,'nhti u -
bv Andieii
or years been regarded who must perpetually be 005.023,590.; total expenditures, State \' appurtcnaitceH.occupied; l lid milt* ,to with( I'. |uablo at tith h hanking liiHtllutloti Iy tlexcrltieil U.rl'l". ful.w.Bld : t'nin''n. line

,f blasphemer. That Is $1,996,018.770. Pone nt Tampa "'I"hls. puixiiant to Maid I Hecice h) Hiit-. IIH IM nKrecMiblclth the pur- at thu $. rO".er of Hi'ft buui'i'w'ntyfu.tir
making a show of doing something II. l 11129. 2-I the and baser or putihaxciH. xalil bond I 0 (24) runnIng W -t ton
tontx
iral In a country where From these figures It la seen that ., II"n. Ivcat. KICMIICI, I t than I Mixpercent ana
I to our educational I 11. V. lNklliT, lot 111.1..1 xci'tliin line .n. hundrecl ((100)
ally every child's career Is system in order from 1890 to 1925 the number M>'K i.: A* SPecial Master In Chancery per annum, $ )'a b MOinl-i chaliiH i thence Isoitlt Twenty (iO)

his: talents. In I to hold their Jobs. Of// "ON l tilt.\ Y. nnn"ly. ,'hlll.i I It('lice iiiMt one Itundrod
nly by Furthermore pupils enrolled In the schools -
"",' Fla 2-1 5St31, J'ITITn:1 011.1/1 that (.10(1)( ( ) thalun. to .o"UOI line, thence
ountry parents Inevitably mere are commercial organfzat not quite doubled ; that the total I TO WIIOS1 IT MAY ( :"' ': : --- ---- .-- the form .f b.l.t I. 1.1 lt MUldnpeclal South t to point nf beK'unlnif'! exi optIIIHT -
ambitious ons making countless :.II'e In Iwr.hy Ilv"1 t I : I .h..lol I I I b. .ii bat it a t tat- : tlierc-frnm, about Thhty-flve:: ( \::>)
nordlnately devices for expenditures have Increased more (III (1.111 Ila'On' I In, ,
of J''h''III'y. U, I ) ly I f.lhwlll i f.I'', 'l't- %V I'I': lures on North side of -
liildren and are willing use In the schools and these are always than fourteen times, and that the M.ite Live !: I I1"l"lL'l 1.\.101. Hond ,','- axt 'i till rl of ol'll.a.t lalluUlh titiartHi.oiitalnlnir I''
t the State of o'I .1171n I of the Cleric, (.r Circuit I tlon of the l 11' !
'lk. one
he heaviest sacrifices introducing new things. Flnnally salaries of superintendents and mceMiir 'acMe" at't I g : In and for U"I..1 COlnl,'. to bo held ..tly" l 12th day nf'lurhll iai't'itA. (((176) ai'reH morn' Ion xevonty-fiv.In aalil He -

hat the youngsters may there are political teachers teachers have Increased nearly t. ami I In nctordniueiih i t t .\, 01 uccnunt .r 'fU.UI hissed. P. 1929.! Mnke/ a clues X the I Twenty-four t (24 1.
and !'201. A.tl of the tut y.nL' 1 IH27. left uf the plopoBltlon either foi o' ton ,
politicians 1..gl.I.llr | the NuitheaMt ( and
Ito handicapped by who specialize In eleven times. State I I. \ 1.0 quarter
:
t. I ll\\u.-I $ Ta PotlectoiStaikn
I \ : HO Indicate
J'lo'ld. I" I IHCII.I. theiiy I the Kant half uf North unt't.'i'i'lio .
i
ambition for his school support and U is Dr. \V adopted. .ld I Kin, January I. 1 1939 to .. |
This necessary II. P. Faunce Presidentof .. .e'l > )'UI d".lr. v.I. I NoithcaHt' .tiunrter of Southwt "'
: . .. .. U nn ,, ... ..._ ,
.
to .
saps the finest thIng about I supply Jobs for them and for Drown University Providence.n r".lutOl It,'slu I I.i hol dun Jait.'l,102'J, I 1291788:I .of. ".v..u .... ". .: quarter( ami tnwcHt quarter orSonthi'a.it

the:r hangerson.In \ :ln\ The .uilho'i __ hllllll I 11111".1. hllhlni III I ( quarter and the Uant half
American and I., addressing the Slati' t L'4 I IOJJDWI'I or "
rage I ; twenty-first 111'k" I of Sutitlicist tiuarter of He tl< nI I'
bill .
Sanitary of tintJail :t 11.11)29 I ) 11H07SJ t J
t'utty spirit would attempt I other words, there Is a very annual convention of the association IVlorlda/. Ih'"I'c. piiiMiinnt.' to I'lne mid I"urh.lnre aualiiHt, of 112,00000 u I ) ) bond for 'I 'i'ivt'iity-tttt.I ( U.I) containing 4U0

Hut large economic at col damelih I I ( ; t i '" I bill dmJan. I. 5 I 7tl! 3 1) Ilr.111 IHIII.1 bul"i,1 al"1 more nr 1 U'HMAIMII ,
It. In of
the Life Insurance 'hlll' Slat
Presdents 1'21
arage Intel'tst expansion : of I the "I.eitlHlature. I. Ily .r I..h. Sixty AWctof
I : ( anil tnllvitetl __ 6&i.00 b'Wlnllll 'I.ln.
iiua given us something of of the schools not only I on December 8, 1927. among; other I tofoie by remilutlon I I dll 1'2:1. tI bill due .lln. .tl I. 11)29) 46IIJ; UI IN{ 11 1"I'ITII.:1: OIP.\SI':1: that I the 1.11 i'01'ner of Maid t, -
I but xald' 1"11'I plated& '"lll'i r 'I'" I' eu ..1 '.1. ...I 11'.1 r.r vutnl I 1101 "w"Iy-fv., (-5) and rllnlll
fide and evidence I ph'sicaly as regards the cur- things said: I tibet XoneH .r. n"nd. ul.1 '',d I t. 'ai't'01'dam t' %V I t \Vi-Mt Mei.tlnn
MON due
_
Jan.
7. I 11)29) H"le
1'1' jl 1. I H0214 4(1( Ile.
rogues are taking I I urn, I Kvery time a new sub- "11 is a significant fact that at 1 \\ ii I t' C""II'I..1 l l.ox\', (I I ,hiI,, ( _ HIIOAIM Kt-nci.it IIIUM .r tinStale. of Morlda, ((40)) ,'h.ln. I lit'",..,. Twenty
ject Is 'I.HHU. dl"01"1"1. ,. Jt I I '121 7010S52 II'; 11 1"I'I1( II';I OIIPIKIP: I (halllh..I. ((20) ltll; Ilicniv\ T'litst: Forty (40) i iI
It is admirable to be I introduced there Is a new' the opening your admirable two W..I al 111 lyllN. (' I"L. t..MiiKy, llullilliiK I .V. i I. I II"LII\'y I Ild i'hIIIH.< Smith Twenty (20))
sort of sacrifice job. new equipment I t to be days' Hiatlioid" "t. ,J.hl.I IIUH tutI.I due F, A. S..U !>. il I It h..by 1,10, of In '.,tild
muka any sold. program you should permit ..Ind Jan I l 19 Jl! 129178 11'1' 'h.ln. I. h"llnnlnw.
II''t Itt of t the est L I ,, 11 ",',JII".1 1111"'lm' T. Kehi.ii I $,u't I .
haps 1)01-1 a tab it t'oltt't'teuI :) ) u..1 Twol ( c.nt.1 n.
a 111. .
and daughter, but It Is I new tasKrOOI to he and even Invite a college olllcer to ;' ,II nntlMf OK reuulrptl liv .,'I h.1 due Jan :.It. 1929! 1\:1.\1 li'lt IH hciubv appointed t li'i'k ofKald IIIK iinlity (Hill to'i't's i more or I.-<.

mirable to make the and profit to be come In and delay your proceedings I lei' li.'Ol 1, and all necesxurx. \ :: ,\ '.ii ul r "..I..I.rl I 130.71 election I ,, t. conduit tho .aldleilloii AlHti hKKlnnltiK at a point Hlsty
Consequently I' xiitM I tel,.'"", torialM nnd, 1 i' bal I. duo .Ian. I I. 1U2U 21)1175.01( ( I I In I in".iiiidaiii'' wllh t I the rulUtitmentM I IthalnHVeMt of NorthenMt corner nfMaid
I lien d:scover that It has the schools are I Is gnllkant that you ask 1..1 1-onntructed i In i ;1 nf thu lii\\x .f the Stati* I (21)) ansI
1 !
dtted son and daughter in pand.ng: beyond all reason and me to speak not on Life Insurance Fliiildn.. %% hlth 11'I.r.r". I 111.IILI. r.I"'I"t.. Jln. ::1. 1 11)2) 12.11.10:l ,if 1.'lnlhl'L' anil tho ('h.rh'I' of the run ...rlnl 1:1'l'wnly.Jv.: IhlI... Weit
U.t:1
Xnne No. I 10M City uf '
the ex-// .nhl 4 i H'I.k. 214; feet ". Ninth toot
)but has merely Increased ]1 I! damage of Ilpll and tax ) S a but on some phase of >\\' TIIIJttCKOltn:: 'nil: : :! bil tine Jan.n'I). a..I._ 83900( IIK i 1'1' FL ui unit 0111':11:1.: : thata thence Knat: .n'e 214 feet to th.1631 or
alike. SI..Vil)I ). Mv the Mtul.,. I.Up.; 11:1 I .' i f .*
jicrlty of some oleaginous modern education. Evidently you 111. colliiited I ,n. 3 2.tIlt "I".tl .1 11 t> I'l ttu a- iM'tflniillltf.1 Ill Hald, Section Twelltv
.r ow, ","IIIY Huaid of I the ;; : ;; : due Jan II, 1929 cIt I ..Ih. Cit .r Stnrke. h. and the1ame. I, live ((261.) flIght (8)) acres
flan intrenched In the I this may be disguised Under are dissatisfied, as I am, with thecontribution hiL. i reirular meetlnir I it 1 lolnl 807.01 I. hcreoy "'iti It'd to ." held cmhe more or L'nlttlnlll

tem: all sorts of dignified names of school and collegeto Ihl. lIt ii diiy of 1..hl.I/L.y, hiI,, due 11"-'h".II."nt, I 01 ( 14th d ly of Match p 1121.lt ( All of the.uhovft In Township
! f fI but 1'tS'i! : that reg-ular I i Co II ','tetl .1129. .\ :\ t h. hour of iiKht: o'clock p. (7), b"h/ Twenty
1 at the : : 11"t H.v.1 H.ulh.
bottom trI": .
tremendous Increase it Is plain American life. of tattle shah '' : \ \0:1.07
I The ordinary \Vhat Is the be : 111. due Jan 31, 1929 vlthout' tl'I"r notice to the nieiiieiM (20)) I'""I. and, In tlm avKIPKiitu '

cost of public education I graft. The gravamen of the trouble and what remedy may be lIon fort: Counlv of saId I : ;' h "hit' : : t Auric...1 lira I > fur plr\""" of canvaMHliiHT I OUJ a"I'1'"IRlnlll, 1"1', lenn.
t ) : 10 .' ". due Jan I. 19J 12.78 t Ih. lelciriiM I of i ami ,1.'IIlnK .
jist quarter of a charge of the Association for Ue suggested? S I the oiMclal I d > I. .1..1.1 KNHIT.
Hald lnl v.t .. I eolle'lcti' _. Itlj.99 the I exult 1..f ami tot Hperlnl Mauler In
(rasted with the meager trenchment In public expenditure "We have In America the largest rexpectfullv( ."nly.I )01 Ih.i b.l. due Jan 11, 11)2') 113079 lanxicit Much other .i it... ua may A. S. ClmWH. Chalr"ry.
h"r.ln.r." act t ( Pllllll come In fore ItHI .
that the schools seem to be II that a large proportion of the publ: school system on earth the the. name,' ott ( :) 1,1. hll."dl.. I, 1929 ': ir rmtTiiKii I ( ,.: :I', that Solicitor Conl/I.lnlnt. l-l-nt-3-t
epiiei lively. 111.1 II I'
!-iig, convinces more and money being spent osten most expensive campuses and college said dlpplnwr. vain The In nnmi'H Hald ,'of :i collected, 652.10 notice of Hald. election (I given.t'It .

ple that a great deal of the I for education Is really spent buildings the most extensive the ilayx and dates' of rt' t.tltii hi..Jan.'... I'.1.,.121 l"u_ .4._ % 1"1 not .of .IL.I oidlnance cniiMlxt' .r In the 10'1'1'1 0. 5 "I"I".I "I'/U' roit

oes to the benefit of graft. More than that the curriculum. Hut! nowhere else is are tpmllh'. dll'Ih'I: of eu..le l bui Jan 1 I. 1929 .. _._ 1291.78 1."I'al.1 I., '' In the.City of 'a'k.I 'ri111.1:11:
tolow. I tollurted I \ II 2.119 Thirty I till 'lor t the date
>r than the school children. chldrel are being cheated out; of education so pointless and aimless. UII'I'l ; (N..h..III., for due Jan (.11 1929 1110.79 election, and ys pi I It Mhall.I I havA of Maid Notice In hereby Ilv.n. that LouIs

'i'"re opposition to further Intellectual training they have so blind to its obJectives. so Indifferent Name of vat iMino I'lorliln) I'lilillill, Kund l.r."nk It Its follows: lu'( 'w.r.! .. I II. I Hill t holiter of "rll"II. Ni".
due Jan I. 1921) 1291.78 : 13.1 6th or ) ,
.NOPICI3.HI ilay .fuly. A. ( hun
/
:ures becomes more and right to expect for the expend-! to any specific outcome as 14 I Ia..I. 111." ,II.. 192-1 and I tot. tollected l .._. I Iff.:).IX) I .: ir:FuuTiiim( Il lei KII l huh l ", t i In my 1121. ami. ,.

liar.I of their parents' monev. ::1 America." County lY" 1.ln.. Marcli r>. dim Jan. al.I I It\21 t30.71 I that this ordlnante, .hli 0111AIrn. made 11'1.1hllh)1'II."t., f., tax .01.. .to la- \

- -- Incidentally; this 'verv 14 dnYI tt'en't.o' a..-N..h..1 I 1..1..1 lone and citect rrol al.1 after I lie Nile th..n ."r"rll'L.' with l law, / .
there Is In I makes It Dean Uilllum .
Instance about of
For Thornton due _
, r. I I U'I'Ii i'cy. ru i"n.-" I I'I29, Jln. I. 1215242 date .f It. panHiiKe Salt! cei.11.1.i ."braces t the followIIIK ," ,
undo Oho: an organization lowest form of graft known to Vie University of Virginia addressIng cry davx thereafter. tnt.. rol..t..1. ____ I S 15.70 'I'h. Ibuv.and fOrl'lohl'IL.I'IIII.r"1 I .rllh.ln.I I "" |iroi, !> .rly ultuateil, In 1 1'L
..
Association for 'I To take advantage of the graduates of the university llaxen., Mm"'in 0., III.'M. und 'w. 1921)) I 1I2JU.72, .. "II paHMcd by I l'IIIIUI"i vitte I Uraiironl:: cnunly: I: ):loi':lila: : to-wlt l '
lie politcs. 14 il laYI t h.r..f.' I. MUULitMAN, .H-i I Ih. City(( L'.II 1 (Ih. City of Nnrt lieu' Nt II iiiattrr of Northeasttiiiarter. I.. ; '.
[Ii I Public Expenditures unselfish devotion to their urged the winners of the degrees Ilexxent. :l.r" a, 19."l! anil rilancho Alderman. P. C. Htarke, ,hi. the 18th day of ".,.."- :.,.tul IK 'l'o iv a sli I o I MitutliUaiiKe
14 days Ih.r..rl.r. IHr. .A.. 11125.. ( 2 : 40( iicreHThe j'1
welfare I. -
In .
Yen broadcasting order to rob and all other teachers to
( some (1 lieen" ( -
I C Malil
( 'I. 1921.! and F I': itHMeNMtnvnt nf propertyuniler
Juts: and figures. Recently '! parents Is shnmetul But to "restore the old predominance of i 14 dayM theieafter. inns W.\1TJI: Chairman of City {''IIOO\"I.I .I. the : : : the Mali I,! ci'rtllienle IMHUBI! wa __ __ __
advantage New River, Mil... 7, 1H29, ( Stalks In I Ihe iiiinm' of UnknownUrileMM i'
with to rob the tandurds of and
sued a pamphlet thoroughness use- L'ly .
14
; 'ry t1ay" I ,
h.I..f. the ATTI3ST: walil' t'ol t i llUute shall lie re-
i.'btlve title "Sanctlfled ; also Is the lowest Infamy illness in secondary schools to 1'hv..IH.: 1U2'1.! and regular meeting of the C. ,t. Fl'TCir' tleftiieil aiToiillnif, to law tax deed

attack 14 cIY" th.r..f.r. of Bond Trustees of Ilartl- City Clerk. will I I iMMtie t hA"1 on I the 18th clay
limit the of basic
h which headlong field study to the
fi a 1"II"h. 1929 and TOIlli 1 .; 00 01" of February, A. I). 1929.)
'I the whole American Finally, the bulletin offers a con- necessities of the literate human days thelrafter.lloitKe (county Florida, to lie held Tim I I ci I I Y OF iA 11.1'0, I :. I I in te.i I Ihl. ictli clay of "nnary, I
Mm' ,'in, 8, 1920, and Bill diiy of March A D., i HIUIHY ciitriFthat the A. I). 1 ;
Ii f popular education.It I suggestion which wheth being. and to remember that In 14 thereafter.
dayM "
quotes Dr. Henry S. r god or bud, It peppery enough the school boys and girls shouldbe 14 Phillp. March 8, 1921)), and bids will be received by the r"r"I.111, oi'ii.illittICti.,' and Nunibei i't, sst'l' 1J9 by) wa tha I Clerk of(3.v.t'irt'tutt. Ar.nimMAN.eOlrl.; llrtnl- ",' 1
t 1'8.1.
resident! of the Carnegie deserve quotation: taught not to choose but to I Hill i : Match,:,: R M," 1U21.' nnd board for Its requirements of ely t uf "lie ( Hy of Ntarke. l-18-5t-2-tSruriiCi.nhy.l"Ii'rida.: 'fI Ii

1 bn, for the j "The first step is STOP electng! obey" and he also said "No Danel 'days XVarren thereafter.:;, Man! 'h 9. 192'! and oils, gasses, tires tubes 14JS.h. IHth tlay of I Ptt" "Il'r. A. P I I ("M .;,I

1,.aching saying: "The the various boards of education U needed to Interpret the handwriting 14 dny. ,theteiifter accollories. C. A. I"U''I. Notice .hoicliy, given that I the nn- 1

of I'' hand-p.cked: old the walls of certain of (I..H. March 9, 1829 and above bids to Include sup- '' .t.r.III.I. aM nilnilnlntrator for t tie .
haracterlstlc our on
Tilt I 14 A lit iVh'3 AND FOKKIIOINIIitrdinaiuu ; Kate ,
I ileceaneil.will
'
..r the process of of either sex, who have a our great cty: high schools. The \ h.r.R 1"'h fel'V.lkl'rh D, 1929, and for all equipment of the tmld I. heteby( a..,..v..1, by mil .. ( .on ,the 171 tlvIIIMtln.March A. -'
14 and to be t thin the lOt Ii ilay of I ( A. P 1D2U file .
delivered at 1',11..1. return of uccountu I
la curriculum is I Inupled to gratify and who seek the conditions existing therein spell Uraham .r..r.r. null. 1. ailniliilHtrator, hil i, '
192S. and estate, before
Ir :
with tremendously of the school teacher and not only social degeneracy but 14 dayH thereafter 1. Lawtey and Brooker. "AIOI.I {'. WALL. the lolorlllo 'IMO.I" A. Uarillner I. :, '

school Manxel. March 12, 192't.'! antI board reserves the right to Il'YOL' Cly of siarke. Jll"r" Ih. County l
the Jlda"1
at
tmt[ |i politician expense mental and moral Imbeciity. 14 days theieafterSnnipxon any or all bids. Copy a-s-ot-a-s Court for ttra,1 ford diiintv. 1) ,, ,.. '. 'i '.
I About the tremendously the child and the taxpayer." S City March 1 12. I ------ -- at his ollli-e In the cnu..t house In ''I$ j I
Florida Is fortunate in being "iverv 14 days I thereafter. 1 K. S. MATTHEWS Ihe of ''h 1
1 Dst there Is no doubt. The The schools of Ohio now take 45 \OII4I1 OF mvlll-llK.il ely "turke. riorlda. and will ,
I"Hler. March 12, lUJ'l!', and at npiily for a final '
cent. of all direct taxes collect host this season to the President 14 thereafter. Clia:rman. -- 'Lle tll. .
il States Bureau of dny. ILhlhll'alor of the (I'
of the United States and President March 13, 1929. and : Toll Uh Mnr ( oncerniNotice 11..rl.. I
In" .. I anil for from
the leaving 55 cent. to the ..hi o.t. a. r.h'.e
"i.rts that In 1890 I cost per ( l I. h'Y Klve.l I lh.it 1 all aril
[fy $140.000,000 teach for the payment of its World elect Hoover and many other notable thereafter.Croxby, II.r'h 11, 1929. and FUTCII, Hhall, .on WediieHday' the loth clay ( .of. Htilil Ihhlitul an ailmlnlMtrator -
i
14 clays 2-8-41-3-1. uf Api II, A. P. I 112H' before iu i II I HIoiatiie "Lt.
men and women who are enJoying linted I thin the 7th day of
Bonds and Interest and to all
while in (20)i't J.nuary.
i 1'0> school children, NOIIII. Murcn 11, 19211, (1..rk' A. tardlnei. aunty A. 1>, 1921.lioltt111. 'A'
tathing twice as many the 88 counties. the 94 cities the sunnine while the northIs '1" "nv. thereafter. Judll i foril Count t)'. l'I'hll. < : C'. (
wrapped in a mantle of ice and \Vynn March 14. 192!), and XU'1'J hi. olflce, In (Ih.I louil llniixii, In, AtlinlnlMtrator' rIVIWoTON.t of .I
times ( the Innumerable 4 days Ih. ..Iat" ,
t>st fourteen as viages. : thereafter the city of H.k. 1"I.rhl., 'prenmitmy Kate .
I
UvlnirHlon,
lit under 2000000000. library now. President Coolidge and Mrs. Vamlerlillt. tlarv'h, I 14, 1929, final 1 reluiti* and make uppl.iutlon I t-ll-9t-3-8 t.ceILle"
will be at the following
auf'I ry 14 .
d.v. for final f :
Coolidge Jiere for a short Ih.r""f.I'V.lnwlllhl. dl'hurk' .1..111.- -- -
were :
boards for the of \ I_ _
ere any doubt about the : payment 14, precincts on the days and .r the 'I Hay
I thereafterAlderman trl"r .IILl. N4IIMI'] 01"" il'.tiltlll t\ StIll
, and debt time last week but long enough to ] .
of the curriculum. expenses .
l I'nt stated herein for the hiI. dle.I"'J .
? pur-
Man 15, 1929 1. 1
ote the transition from zero ; -: c. win n':, I ,
it who received his "l v 14 daVM thereafter. of receiving! tax returns for 2-8-nt-4-5 itliiiiistruitor -"

''iota ten years ago today From 1900 to 1926 the enroll weather to summer temperaturesIn lays.'ohu.theieafter March I IG, 19J9, and >nt year. 1929 to-wit: Thirty day after d'LIA' hereof ont ,

tenth unable to understand of pupils Increased less than a twenty-four hour trip. cry t'ru I 14 wr.rl.day t March lierenftei I IS 192'!). Tuesday, Feb. 19. :U'I'I'' Or'* .UII"I"'I.1' ."'Oil'I'OII'MA tIll: t to-wlt III2H( !' ; I I its tho IHth UldHIIrn..1 clay of I..hru.ry.lliiaidlanof ( '" .

of of the per cent. and the total expendi- e 1'1.1'1" P Ituthella, I ChitrleM I'rleMt, ." 'l
"11 names many Volusla have been Therexxa., March I A 1929 liver, \Vedles,1ay. Feb. 20, l'I'I..t. ( )*(
county women I
., "' Juanlta 1'ilent Minor heir* ocC '
'll I
Ineraased almost ten-fold ry 14 tlayn ,
/
school
i iulred of modern Ihel'/Lr'r. Notice In given to Henry
industrious ns gardeners as well HnllUan, 1 !> and hereby I 1. l.rl..I. decentied i will ii|>|"ily to ." )
r ri'n. 1910 with a population of 4- 14 days I theieufterState .1. 1129. Tliiiruilay. Feb. 21. 1""y. of A1..I. Maine. ( Ictorfce 011 Iho I Honorable (leu. A. ( latdlrier, .; ((1I :
cooks during the last and I I '. of i and I I" ,
1 year "I. 1.1. I oil nty t Judee of llrailfuril S '
and all Its var- Parm ) 1A C.unly. r'
,
of the third the state M.rl.h 1
What then lie results of their effort Is attracting ivory 14 tlaya I thereafter Tuesday, Feb. 2G, af H ".wn.. of J..k.'v II-. 1"'hl'L.Ih. 1.'I''hl'L.' for an onlor, to soil at prl- {\ \
Dr. subdivisions: collected for all t only heir at i llvrheit A. One-fourth) "
u" superficiality which And eui'h and every I.w I VILt. the undivided.IntereMt h ,
1 Including special assess attention In their county or ( I who IM now I.rlon., I lloopei: : ,deceaMcil.:: that:,: I :lie: 'under-' I,, f,a c'li nf mtlil' St imior's In the ( 'II
l Idt alleges Is" exhibit at the fair. Three huu- "rltl''o"I"'aton.tht or ctiHtodlan"I Wednesday, Feb 27 Hliriii'd, 1* AdmlnlHtriilor, I I t uf t Ilia. CIH-, Ihe I followlni' deMirllmil, lainlif, lying

"idem education? lie and schools. a total direct MOII In charge oWI.r of any <'nttln fl. tIltS of 11'rl..t A. I Hooper' dec eiiMi-d, ii itt lieliiM In Ittadforil County, Florida .
(red varieties: of home preserved to the ,
hereafter being within 1.lelc. lowr.hl. to-wlt.;
I n" charge In these words: | of 71921650. Ten years .rod nets have been arranged by County, Florid.. are by law req i Thursday Feb 28. I : A. Oardlner: County;: : ; lleKlnnlnir st a point (ala) feet f'I'f'I'iL _
"Education In the In 1920, with a population of to dip all ,u'l h i"tittle within the law It Is the duty I Hiadfoid County, t l"h.triiii, on Monday. I eiiMt of t the North west earlier of thoNoilliHHxt
col Miss Orpha Cole home demonstra- ,I.y. from and the I lit Ii, I tiI. at ( oclocit ciuarker nt the NortheHHtiiuarter __
alone
the schools r.lt' kl"OI
lools of meaning a InlllclnN i :
In3tead owning or having ., ,
agent In the Volusla county dipping date In ..Ully. UH person, A an order to I poMHeM Sorting, (3')). TowiiMhlp (7), t
Uli ground:ng in more than 71000000. Six ton ,''1 In the ,afoieHftld rcHolutlon any property subject to Minn I the hereinafter denc-ilbnd real $4olltll, ItatlRB (42) flint, I liencrt Mouth _
1920. total exhibit. IM, to Hay, within fourteen' dayx cHtate ICM HHtfelN uf, said estate and ((2J6) feet to a point nf bevlnnlniriIhentM _
, after that. in
.ans a smattering of tie ind I Includlntt,, ; the 4th I day of; : to return the same to the noil all I lha interest "f thn. ,above | Vest ((105)) feet, thence I

| ngs, some of them ) of the schools >o'VI'l'3 A. p, 1921), at one or ..r.of between Jan. 1 and named, heir at. law In nnd lo the Hoillh (IIH ) feet, thence IJaMt ( IDS)
than $140,000- tUlal vain deMcrlbcil i In h. ti r.l.wllM dene I ibeil landM fltuutc'tl fi-et, Ihenca North ( ItS) feet to point
I ne of them pleasant, and { to more 1. of each and
resolution and Hihetlule, every year. II Ir"I.rll (County 1"'u.II.' ,.-wll of hnKlnnliitr, containing Oil feet by
I them mediocre and TO WHOM. IT MAY CONCEBN: moxt convenient for .the : the exception of above 1 111"'nl' at a wh.r. WeHt- loll feet In a Miuari| _ _
Not IK ".rHy given that tl> or person In ( roct cniMMeM Sri Htteoti .
\llectual discipline has been The bonded Indebtedness of the ( Hoard of. 'I.I.dl.1 I will be In the assessors of tur.II. Thin IHIh) ilay of fanuary I 1029 _
1.lv. 'Lnla.y .urh r.tl. upon the dale "1' 1)11 i N.L.t: Hide of W ..I moreland ft MVlflf.U 1111 KrtT,
I Iy, weakened.. and the 1 school districts! increased th. State of 1'10111., rvKUluiifetlntc for ..ll. dlpplnic the jMirjione' of receiving mil on Month .Id. of 31.1 Ht lend run l-IH-Bt-8-IB luarillaii.NOII4.I1 .
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,.
I the 6th day I t' ,, to ,
In 1910 to ._ on. ..IS. al.t 1 lat 174'/j' (set to a ,point of beKlnnliiUT ,-
ni hal come to be looked $17,260,767 U E Aeo.ua.y. A. AJ, iviy. auopiuu auxe be dipped a such ; I thencn run Hoiitli 600 feet I". a jr.

," door by which every boy in 1926. LUG u resolution'UK : each and every fourteen clayx K. W. take; ,h.le. run Went 179 feet _ t'(.
IT KUSOI.VUD \ ami after layos.
hy the State the date uf the llrxt
Wes( ntcreiutri.i
il i is to enter Into some Tho iM'K'ott of tho tala'r Live to'k Hatiltary, Ilnard of theHlate i pin: K of such h cattle, renpec.: County assessor nora thence ur |le8.alotiir I o Hani:, Hide uf Mtieet WentniorvlaiKl -; In Circuit Court, Twanfy-Slxth Judlilal '

lllnsc that may afford the ('the tl"1)11'r bold! and the of Florida, In .eKlla. mootinguMHembled Much of the aforexald vut. Its Sieet IIS feet to I Stil lie; I Clrt tilt of Klnrldii, In and forIiradford _
that I further ordered bo most convenient and on the County, In Chancery;
( Ionic hue of HnrinuMLcC'lare
making a living." -(' inwolfiit. the Hald" Hourd wIll |pay to ..a'h.nl above Mpecllled for ohilciat tiippl Ih"nc. I..t, LoulMe llrown. ,
every owner, or cuMtodlan, or I Much vatM until ,( \ ('I.! Ml-VIII.il: mil lamU 417 feet til a ntake;
time when pa- Complainant.VM .
ro the support of the But there comes a peiHon' In charge of any cattle' now I lime axwhe 111'1.I..tv.ly.1.lv. Stock I thence Nortli BUS fc-et to 3rd Street; F I .,
the ceases to be or hereafter being [ Hradford tary Hoard I hence West Ho n,111 boundaryIna
< Ohio bulletin brings a in taxpayer n 1"11110., ahal I I tl I IT nmMI That nt .lonK A. W Brown .
County, Florida, who shall under tlnue MBrrl'I. of 3rd It..et feet to point
is 23S\ .
ihorities. For example virtue. When that patience : dl.Ilnl .. (!"nn- of Hunt: Defendant.Onler J
I the MupervlMlon of Maid I or HH ) :. : :| AMI) 1..lnK Ciy b"kllnlnl. half ot
nt nutler of Columbia is and abused. it takes on the agents, Al-fj I r'at. owned. r or in by the 1.1.1.OHII'IUU Shock the' .ly Hark., Iradrorl Jouth..t |11".rt.r nf Section 29) nt $.rti'e br t'utIl.-atl'e I t
To A. W. Brown, 1617 l"atiiertaiiIStreet
and custody of or or "u< own Hoard 'h. State of 1"11.1. held on 'l'ow".bl", ft Mouth. Itanfca 2J N..t.
of cowardice chaN' J'lnrhll. ," ', A. I)., 1928 at I'UANK NaMhvllle, TonneMMeii.It .
as Baying: '". or custodian p.rHon In charge 61 h day of I I II. i'OWNI'il.Adninistratt'r ;
'The ability to read has to serve Its useful purpose. at one or more .01 oriiclal d'pII"N' STATS LIVI{ :.Nli.< re.tnl 1,1'e, the City of of Cxlate: ofHerbmt I is hereby ordered I that you appear I.
vats In Hald roiinty. within ( "F .hlht o'clock p. m., th.re A. lluuper I, uIvcited. to the mil of Complaint filed _
I I'n disappeared If the time has been definitely daya from and Including the .4th W. J. ; J''OI I'r.... the following m.m- 2-1-51-3-1 herein attain you In the above entitled ,
of said 'lO-WITi I .. tauM*, on the 41 Ii day of .
in the school expenditures day March. A Ii.'J2'J\ and each I coultl. I.V. -- ----- ---
I noun. instructive, or and' every fourteen days from and ATTEST: Lha ,",, VV. .. WIl. N tt.rnberl. March, A. I)., 192'), guI 111 ail ford
I' ability to write, so far Ohio. after the flmt cltlclal: dipping hereunder J. V. KNAI'P, tivts and I'. .. I 11.ve ; I U'r '] County 'l'elsgi'aph U hereby deHlKnated .

I its to lcH by the I. **. nla.r'ul h cattle I reMpntlvely S"el.ry. Hlat. Veterinarian which .I pro- aa thu rewHoaper; In which .
at all. delights SIIII'l| anal on tl"eu';date on Which ofilelalcattle : I'on.nt Tampa, "'I"rld., ". ( were hail I, amonif which In circuit (',"rt. Hradford County thin order Khali be pulillnhed once a
.If In forms of ::1 (" iou. \ I" held at Maid van, Oth 1929.! following:: Florid. In Chancery. week for four (4) coiiMKcutlvo weekit. : '

the 1890 ; No. pupils reMpeitlvely, n Bihedulo of Hald tiate. 2I I N. ttelnb.r. Drenent- I.. LuulMA i llarrnan.v Witness my hand and Meal i>f oltlca w
,ideness and vulgarity; School year No. being an above, 'h. Hum of three ordlnan.. ,, ;, for (-!.,...."..nt this Sib day of January. A. I It. 1929, ,
to perform the simplest 12.722.581 ; Total cenlH per head name belnn. one- ,t4ll.l4: IH adoption ald passage, *. u. w. AL.IIKIIMAN, S') '
all 363,922.: Salaries half of the reaHonable and mi MMary reference to any commit Wal.r J Ifarman. (sijAt) Clerk,
' Is to teachers 1-
operations roMt of In Maid'
.
Itl'al County Councilman W. pefcfddant %v. II.
nIMJNN Notice I I. WAT.flI21
hereby that
,1 purposes, confined to and teacher 1'KOVlnKI.I ) that the by virtue of a Final given '. t""u.ol.. natd, motion to tInier of Publication Attorney for Ctn" plaln .nt
Total expenditures. Kald Hoard will not pay to any owner ane made nnd .. und maid ordinance. In It nppearlriK' by altliluvlt attached : 1-Il-6t-8-13 t
mathematics to I.IHI
,
or ( or In charge .r..lr. t
.
'u.toelan.. p"r.o" A.t.. AdklnM. .' ,'" with I nald' motion ami to the bill of complaint tiled In the
of lolor.bl. l
that subject." any now be- than that the renldenca NOl'KH *to till-Ill
ins In Bald' county for ANY of Court of the 25th and 'her. being ..ov. cause of I IM-'tllOIIS: AMI *
Then there Is Dr. School year. 1900 ; No. of pupils dipped by Much owner, custodIan cattle or 'llclal ( Irt'uht of..lorlll, In a. vote of thn A YI .nJ NA Y. W.lt,' J. Hiirnmn IH unknown to II01C4Nolle
\Vllam ;
, Total No. of perMon In charge, unleM such Bradford, .han..ry., roll b.ln/called Maid motion, toinplalna'it; chat there IM no peron _
>rnton of the University 15.503.110 ; owner shall February 8th. 1921, In that carried by the vote Ill this State of Florida known ttHiTlant
cuHtodlan I ii
or person in charge. : : : hereby given that all (
da. lamenting that the 434.062 ; salaries of sup- under the MupervlNlon or this Hoard, therein lately pending between : preent, which I ordi- servIce uf pri.t'ess upon iTmlilom, l.irKntni-H, IXntributeeM and
Its lx>an and Trust In word* ami figures folluw- whom would blnl the tinld'
37.- or agents dip ALL cattle owned U.orlla l.rencant all
teachers. purHoiiM having claims
I and against
being ndents
universities are ( In thl stilt fc divorce
It
lv him. nl In HIM fiiMttitl ... t hupimIn >raU.n. 'o"II.lnalt. : >r t Ihe Kxrar of A. J. Co *. deceaMed ,
I h students, "the majoriY ; total expend tures. n.- "Ri.i County on -the-days 'j"r.; Horn-l at one or corporation and Malll form ritOVIPINIt I FOUTIIK: smut appear to the bill of Complaint:
nfl can neither read ,, I: I.I: dippingvat*, respectively more Calvin Johnson, desn.lant. the OF AN ':'. ': :" 8UU- fit this CRUMB, i.n or before the 4th claim ben-by to required thn Honorable to presehit tltelf .

,tly nor write respectably. hool year 1910 ; No. pupIlS en- fourteen day from and In- d.r.lgn.d. who th.reln ,I TO TIIH t tIAI.IJ'Ut day of March, A. P. 1921) utherwlauha Oardincr County Judge of Kradforil den. A. t
Total No. of rlu.linir' Ih. 4lh day of M.r.h. A l>. ..1 .. Hpeclal Master In .Cham : ; ) C! II THn 0' I al"Katon., of nalcl bill( will ba County, Flnil'lii, for his ,,t, c
11 correctly nor compute 17813.852 ; execute the name wIlL on Med approval
Isre. each and fourteen nv by you. It I Is
every I 1 qur.-mov .. .. within
of ; the 4th day of { ,. ;, line year from (late hereof
utely as an ordinary 523.210.; salaries sup- day from and after the date of thanrnt .r" 1HJ9. :TWKIAK THOUSANP further orderciil that this notice ba or thin notlcn will he hell In bar .4
teachers, $253.- dipping of such cattle, r ct- the legal hour .a I. before I (tO) Por.i.AitH IN lioN I 15 Ibl.hel once u week for four con- thereto, And all j
k and pernon Indebted
Court door In weak (
IwlyHOVE Inua" tlarke. ": lHni.lll.NO OF A Mtr- .. In the Ura.lord I to Maid deceaMed

\nd, President R. M. ,. ; total expenditures $426- by the nnDFRpOSO k ADOPTED Sanitary ell for to cash, the highest I: bedt. : '". HTAHKK til'ILPINU, WITHIN T1IU County, Telekr.ph.. ."bl.h.d to pay Maine forthwith estate to are the required und rMlKiitl 4"',

ml University is decared Hoard of the Hat. of Florida this lands. sItuated In iiradford (: O'IPAINKP by the City I This the 2tiih day of A ThIs admlnlMtrator.

a said recently that pupils I ; year. 11; No. of No.pupils of 6tht'"To. LIVi" : 'lK1kI SANITARYw. l lO2. t'iorida. to-wlt tract: or parcel of ; of the, Cly of that Htarke there, Hrad shall D. 1929. O. W. ALPEItMAN.lnuay. llth day N. 1)VAlNWltbhhtP nt January 1921 '

total J'lorlla. l-ll-9t-3-S.
duated from the high 19693.007; i-ti', .Itual. lying and belnl In In th. .Ity, at the pr .- Clerk of Circuit Court, AdmlnlMtratorIIKII ,'

) do not know arithmetic, 604.001 ; salaries of sup- .J. EOWAFIDS Chairman., County at quarter Florida(84) of the Hall 1029.on the Uth day of (SEAL) Hy iiLANCHIALPKUMAN: %o'rt'g(1 'U) 'ron* .t g, ttj.u 4.I 4.
teachers, $344.- A. P., a special election Peputy Clerk. '
write and cannot even read and ATTEST: "uart.r INJ\) and SouthWest with the provisions of K. M. JOHNS.fillcltor lima 'yi'j'
ter ($ i>f '
$605.- J V. KNAPP Northeast 71 .
Secretary, '
itandlngly a page of ; total expenditures State (NRV,) and Went half of I and law of the for Complainant 2.t -51-1-1 Notice I is hereby given .
that
here are others, all 81h Pone 1929.at Tampa, t'lorlla. February, ter quarter( !(HE*4 of> and Southeast Northeast i'lorida."ly Including Htark.' said the Hpeclnl chart. WO'I'UK Of M *4'I'Kli4 S t (.B Creditor I.evateeM. jJlntrllmteeH. and all ,
pupilS
of Nt4) all
t the pupil's school days year 120 : No. I 2.15-31.3.1. ( Section Twenty-Mix ( | the iiuetlon of the persons havingrlalmM against
estate of
No. 01 of Twelve ThnuiHCid henry Large Stevenson '
total ( $12.-
21.518.316 ; Township Seven (7). Han Notice I Is herebylven that under
Ig spent in something deceased,
relae dollar In bond of the are hereby required .
of sup- \OTIC'H ItIAIITII. ((2O) Also that tract t City and by virtue of that certain final
1 learning to read to write 619,633 ; salaries I OF scrIbeS folowl: DeHrlnnlnic for the purpose of bul'l- decree of foreclosure made on January tlatec to prvrent to the the same duly authen- J
' and teachers S696- yard Mouth Northwest | municipal buildIng I or 24th. A. L). 1929, by 1onorableA. County Judge of Brad ,
.
ford
ompute.mediately By authority of and In County, Florida, MM
at olllci
accordancewith ncr of Hectlon twenty-five ( | sail City nf starka. X. Adkln Juiln. of the Circuit :
the question ; total expendiures. $ the pr.vl.lon.of Chapter 92QI. Township Seven (7. Mouth H |' KUKTtlKIt OlLAIf:1 that "*ourt. In and for Iiradford County, In the court house. In the Town of If I
LM of Florida. that Htarke. within
Acts of 1923. Twenty (20) ";* and run | issued In said one year from dat*
pur.ulne. In that certain
vhose Interests is it to part of Zone No*. 7. 9 and 10. four hundred flfly-elKht (4S8) y. ; shall bear data January lit 'Iorld.. rall. whera- .| hereof, or thin notice wilt b* helit I '

pupl's time and 1922 ; No. ot P1lP11 :l QllchrlMt' H-iuth thirteen hundred I I :. and In denomination of e.i I.. )fWlnl. widower I. complainant llrailfuril and In bar thereto and mil perMon inuiehtel .
yea. N au, all anjwret l :
of I to Maid estate
north are '
33,239.227; total No. rJah'j i (1120) yard. Went fouc (".000,00) dollar County n .'orporatlon. required to ,
! things be really of suP- Rradford of day and I' flrty-efifht (4$, ) yard, and ba numbered an.) mature ,! of lank., coloration and: lank pay, the sante forthwith to the unci -
salaries i hereby placeduml thirteen U.n. lirneil executor,
Countea. bundled (
squander them 722.976 ; I twenty *:
upon diet 1'ollak and
S860- <>i the purpose of yard plac of hei-tnnlnir.' Companv. a copora.1 Thl thu lint day of December 193.
ens' ? To this question the and teachers. 1 tarryln out syStematic eradication I above doMcrlbed. land helnif: InA ".Amount Maturity tion. trading' a* York Mill I *, are dafxmlantK. YVILLIAFtf tloLMFS: HTKVKNdOM:
In said part of sail Zone and .Ofl.O'.ll)Int. IUOI the underlirneil I aa Hpi Exut.
of the KNtat,
twenty-five (25) oe
"illation: make a reply total ependitures. $ I ( which ton Township Int. i c-lal Master app"lat"d In 9
1. embrace bull 1.040.00 final
Hiinry Juarat )
95,7% att. ab.1 *, I (7> South, Runs Twenty ( .OOC.IO July' lt. 193Z .decree, will *.1 for cash .all. la.t, tovenson.12-21-91-2-iS i1caMed.T' .

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished r stato Commerce Commisjion ordcrri! t the! carriers: : to providethe r.time when It is most needed COLM: 'TIN .ti'TO'r.tx SBBsment recorded agin, i,,.
the county where I tin,
Times Union s
express service. For I -
nearly twenty years this t-ervice, I the comptroller ,,
) 1
nin ,
1877 provided Louisiana growers, has been sought for Florida, but Florida's-o-high school system Is Collect 'nl/: automobiles I he tux Imposed through on name to the tax a"".,

on first one point and another the j owners of county where the HIM, ,
transportation companieswon growing rapidly according to M. i I. sold' l" be the ? "
sales I
r Published Weekly en Fridays and Entered as Second Class the decision.*. To tho owner of this paper, :Major:\ E. S. I I R. HIiiBon state supervisor of high easiest gasoline and; most t painless opera- sued. Others move II\\ <
; the time
!. Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. Matthews, should go the credit for keeping the matter at is- Hchooln. In the last twenty years t'on' performed by state agencies ,January, February assessment ,I. ",:
I the accredited Ist'or! schools has hand collectingthe mm \ ,",

'. S. Matthews. _____n_____. _unOwner and PublisherJ. ue until a favorable decision was secured for the growers. I Increased more than three hun but personal on the other tax levied on motor the taxpaying period 11'.0, v I

The fight, started individual dred cent. This Is not only otTo Thus there are chi,,,, .,
C. Robinson____ ..._ __________________ Managing Editor as an interested in the welfare per vehicleaby the tax assessors of the cars on the tax ,Ul,!
reflective of healthy and asses ,,
of Florida a progres- is most dif- 'III"" I
.. strawberry growers, was continued him when the Individual counties
j, .. -- -- by sve: state of affairs being constantly with ab- which never bring In a )I",, ,tlIl

; SUBSCRIPTION KATE he assumed the office of Florida Railroad Commissioner. Un- I maintained in the high school ficult solute and failure.ofttimes When' meets the human the home owner wh,,,, ,p,?,;

75c In Advance der his direction the Florida commission continued delving:system, but, also of the interest of under the strain of tax must be paid at tin- ,;am, (?
Six Months Payable
Yearly $1.50 body weakens
;; the his real estate
into the citizens of the state in education assessment
matter and bringing out new facts to be presented at modern-day conditions, a doctor j Kcan't
Advertising Rates on Application. hearings until A real appreciation of what skilled In the science of medicineis escape. This 'nnlllll"n i,,,,

_, _' __ .' 'n success attended their efforts. education means to the individualIs called In to prescribe a remedy. not change under the pr', ".,it!

-o' ,I most forcefully realized by those takes the pill tern and It would seem 'iia, ,
Strawberry shipping time is almost here. I who In youth were denied this The average person I legislators, should given
Tampa Tribune though it ,'
D.
recently carried an article concerning the prescribed by the M. ?
().-- --- .privilege. It is they who have had : because he consideration to the auKKef

Forecasting the weather in Florida is splendid training first strawberries ever grown in Florida, the 'vriter giving :!|much to do with the flue strides of : has may confidence be a bitter in one the, doctor and I that will be offered by out (ta

credit to a grower in the Eustis section, whose efforts in 1882 :'education in the state. Many of knows that only through his ministrations lessors and tax collectors \
for a fisherman. : proved 'the pioneers of the state faced conditions I this automobile tax
unsuccessful. His question
plantings in 1883 were successful can he be speedily restored (c
--(-- I I which denied them the I before them at Talluhasg,
and in July 1884 picked to health.
sufficient berries
for his
family and 'great educational Ocala Star.
possibilities now
Alachua county commissioners made a clean sweep of : Florida's tax system is sick, has
nine other persons. From the file copies of the Telegraph I!i placed at the disposal of the young ..
decade or more
been sick for a
their justices of the CARD OK
peace. published in, 1887 people of the state Realizing their THANKS
we find that I I
than for
more two hundred acres and there Is little hope -
handicap they have taken nn active Improve-I'
were being picked from in the Lawtey section ment unless drastic We desire to
alone
The main drive on is the drive on drivers who are some of part in building up this present and tax express Ollr> ih
The tax assessors
the growers in January, 1887, receiving $10 a quart for their I great system of schools. They have applied. to the kinds friends win, des,
driving without a license to drive. collector of the state, men who are I' us In any manner
product in New York. Starke aided with the tax money uncom- dunnx iht
was also a heavy shipper, there constantly In touch with the as- and after
0 plainingly and have sought to see I ness the death lf
!
being six hundred acres between Gainesville I 'sessing and collection of taxes, mother Mrs.
i and Callahan. Amanda
to It that their children should Junes.
lists the rustle of skirt !
Palatka Times-Herald a among Ills
relation to tax
bear the
Northern settlers in had I same Mr. and Mrs. K. S.
Lawtey been planting berries on a' not suffer for want of an educa Humph
the things you never hear anymore. small scale for several tion. And working with them as the physician does to matters of 'a.-. ,
before !
years the first plantings were health. They are almost unani-
have been educa- II. G.
0 many far-sighted MrTlinitsoVH.
I made in Starke In 1884 by J. M. Truby. Mr. Truby recalls'' tors throughout the state, whose mous In the opinion that some
Some of the tourists passing through bring everything those be made In the meth-
early days and that changes must
the firm of Truby & Thomas of constant endeavor has been to O. McPherson, 7n. P0| ,

.i they need from the home town except a cake of ice and a tank Starke, furnished the first refrigerator boxes for strawberry better the school system of this I I od personal of levying tax on and motor collecting cars If the the resident of the Maxvllii.. sere(||

y of air. in great commonwealth. As a result passed away Friday, Feh s, ,
growers the southern r"
Ji part of the state. I state is to receive Its Just propor-
the progress In education has been of his death being a heart! alt.
a I from this source.
tlon of Income
consistent and laudable. FloridaIs Funeral services were held
at L
:. Tampa jailor says his prisoners are "well fed and con- I claim to the name, "Land of Flow giving its children splendid edu- The latest Instance In of dispatch!such senti-sent I'I' Branch cemetery Sunday alt,
Is found !
a
tented." Probably the locks are used to keep Tampans from I 1l I,ers." Municipally and otherwise, cational advantages although ment weeks : led by citizens from, even sat!(
ago
I out from Tampa some
I From Other Pens we should plant there are here as elsewhere, sec | of Bradford and Clay (
: breaking into the jail. more flowers. Our "Condemning the ad valorem or count[
t'
tions where schools days are some- Funeral
highway approaches arrangements In charg
our street
' personal tax on automobiles as un-
o ; -'I parkways, our gardens should giveto what limited. These, however officials I the DeWItt C. Jones Company
and inequitable, county -
The government has discovered that a jack rabbit can go the visitor the impression: of will be eventually eliminated. just predict that an effort will is survived by his widow and i

1, run 35 miles an hour. The sad part of it nothing can be donein out Girls never with- flowery luxuriance that satisfiesthe Plant City Courier. I be Made in the next legislature to era! children.
a chaperone
; now they go witha longing of the man and woman --(r.1RTIR --- '- _
congress to remedy matters. chap alone.-Tampa Times. from the lands of ice and snow for ('. : IS KIUK1)FROM: either abolish the tax or provide NOTIfK
the state. It
I for Its collection by
"- -o- springtime beauty and color.-St. HOTEL: JOB
that collection of
was pointed out
State prison farm is modern and up-to-date. They use Cuba according to TimesUnionIs Augustine Record.
I the tax In Hlllsborough county has Notice Is hereby given to i
1 Just another one of America's Tallahassee, Feb. 11.-Governor
electricity for permanent waves and singes. The singe carp unng-overs. Starke Telegraph.Yes --o--- Carlton today suspended Jerry 'V.I never reached more than 60 per and all persons, firms or corpo
Mr. Hoover is under no' cent of the total levied and that tlons that the l5th
obligations on
day
ries a painfully permanent guarantee. but why pick on Cuba.-Pa [')I Carter state hotel commissioner,
latka Times-Herald. to the Democrats of Florida, but Carter refused to vacate the many persons not owning real es- March, A, D. 1929, I will mt

0 -oCongressman nor to the Republicans.-Palm office until the chief! executive gave I I I tate or other visible property Ig- I full and complete settlement *
Citizens in the nest of counties served by state road 28 him details of" the charges under i i nored the automobile tax. "W. S. M. C. Morper, contractor a
Beach Independent. But that
R. A. Is
) Green of
highly appreciate the attitude of the state road department Starke, representing this district only what Editor Benjamin says. which the suspension was ordered. -[I iSparkman I deputy county assesor, builder of the garage on my im
I advocates abolishment of the per- erty la Starke, Florida In
i toward of this link. will leave record -St. Petersburg Times. Far actor
completion important a when he steps ,, be it
sonal tax on automobiles, or legislative ance with contract, Any labor
from his office from us to brag ourself D. II. Bostaln. Klssmmee hotel '
: which will be en- on but the I it couldbe
whereby
o provision materialmen
1 or other claim
vied by his successor Mr. Green [record of public affairs In Florida proprietor, appointed to succeed "
With express berry service assured, starting of the campaign ias certainly done a lot for this ,I will show that a good many people Carter, was on the ground readyto equitably collected holding any claims In connectl

) J to rid Bradford county of the cattle tick, and state road section of the state-Dunnellon 'have, agreed with "what Editor take over the office which Car- The automobiles only way the personal be collected tax with or against said garage, gh.
on can present them by said date. olh,
E 28 in the 1929 budget, why should we worry? I Truth. I I we-Benjamin wouldn't says.be" an If editor.they didn't And, ter said on he his would demand hold by pending.the gover action 100 per cent Is to collect It at Its wise they shall be barred

I source when the car license (is issued It. A. W AndersoA1"
0 A Tampa man has been sentenced now will Editor Straub kindly set nor.
'The has been tried
; plan
o Orlando bank serves free orange juice to patrons, to five years In the pen for tell- I forth reasons why Mr. Hoover Is Governor Carlton ordered the with success in other states and
. accord-I :ng a lie on the witness stand. under an obligation? He did not suspension on the ground of "il-
ing to the Deland have
News. That bank would a there are plenty of data availablefor '1''IIl::::' 'm'If.: l
'I I incompetency, neglect of duty
tinny men and some women tell carry the state by Republican
''f ; if the dispenser got careless and allowed the juice to les on the witness stand, but this votes, because there are not j and misfeasance," according to a, our legislators to Inform them- I
selves on how the system works.
, : Tampa person was the first for enough Republicans as the vote letter from the governor made FLORIDATheatre

'.f i. Palmetto News says the standard single newspaper col. some time! to be caught up with.- for Howey ,showed. He did not ,' public by Carter. One letter from I 11'p.Under the the assessments plan as used are In made Cullfor-on 'I!,
the directed Carter to !
Palm favor governor
lIeaChlnd el1dent. carry it by any of the Democratic -
;', f umn is 13 ems ,wide. The News should have said the 13 em -_ --()-- ./ partY.for: the regular Democrats -{turn over the ofllce to Bostaln. I I a fair and equitable basis, and ev-I j!

r E!, ', column was standard in the days of the Washington hand We don't believe President Coolidge voted lor, Smith. He carried Tallahassee--, Feb. 12.-Sheriff I I wealthy ery car owner, mum whether pay; his he personal be poor i GAINESVILLE
Florida In consequence of the
ever heard a better speech ,"
press. I tax before receiving his license. I
Frank Stoutnmlre of Leon county
votes of over forty thousand Inde
han that ,
made Gov.
by Carlton at
, -0 !Mountain! Lake at the Mok dedica peixleut Democrats, nearly all of I farmed with an order from the go v- ( The estimate of CO per cent collections -I j FATHOM: A. )1O\'IEl'O\E()

According to Phil Armstrong, Jacksonville has a girl ton! Doyle Is easily the best all whom voted their: party ticket ernor's office, today evicted Jerry ( will In little IIIllHborough county I I'ROGhLtM4PJU(1lLIMS,1ViiF
\V. Carter from the office of state vary a In other ountleH.
i that's never, been kissed-a distinction! that no other Florida 'round speaker in ..Florida we believe from United States senator down. ; hotel commissioner j Deputies In 'fax Collector's Strip-, : :K < <>M-
They ted fpr Hoover and against i I
: city has.-Apopka Chief. A distinction no other Florida city' words. and lIe perfectly Is never "at at a home"loss be-for Smith, not tpr the Republican par j Carter, suspended yesterday by I Hug's office estimate their collections -:311NCING.!_ MON. nlI. tsdi.

II 'Governor Carlton, had refused to 'I at 75 per cent of the total i I
w'antS.i'
, :: fore a crowd., -Palmetto News. ty. And they didn't expect any MONDAY & TUESDAYThe
0 I -0-. (gratitude or reward. Finally 1 | give up the office until the chef! I I assessment but even at that aj'
executive him copies of the checkup several yearn ngo revealed Synchronized I'l'0du00:
Hoover gave
'I d,"di,'t need Florida's vote.
The appointment of two tried Republicans to Florida Federal .1 A New York man was recently He would have been elected without 'charges for which the governor I approximately 1,000 car owners In
\ I
"KING OF KIiS"The (
f j sentenced to fifteen years la Jail 'said he had suspended him. After! this county failed to pay their personal -
: ", judgeships proves that the Republican party has almost it.-Palm Beach Independent.
\ tor the theft of four dollars. Clin i vacating today. Carter declared tax on automobiles.! 7th Wonder of tht -<'reef
.
i.
: as much confidence in hyphenated Democrats the Democratic T.lT* -0----
f'
as ton Carnes stole nearly a million I There
are many for A that
the sher'ft: had "forcibly ejected"film ways car sermon every living/ per
j f party. and gets five to seven years. In I "Just '' ..""keel) the record and that he would obtain owners to dodge payment of a personal eon should Bet-

. >' o other words If you are going to straight/'s'saya'Steve Harris, "the'first ]|!counsel and demanded a hearing tax on their automobiles AddedMOVIKTONKMW

': t ctcal make the amount large strawberries ever grown in the j I before I the governor. Hundreds of them living In one : : *

Pay your money and take your choice. Palatka News enough to call it' embezzlement. state of Fldrlda were produced at I ,With B. It. Bostain, KlssimmeeCarter's county apply for a license tag (It talks)

3 headlines appearing in the same issue: "Rival Battlers Still Sanford Herald. I Eustis." In an article published successor, unsuccessfully through an agent In another coun- 1.-.-:>0 l\IRthu" and l Nights 134WEDNESDAY :

It ', o- ecently In the.Tampa Tribune;. Mr. ty and thus avoid
this to
Loafing in Miami Beach "Rival Battlers Settle Down to endeavoring morning assume having the as-
iF 1 I Hard Gilbert Freeman boasted at 'Harris says: "Some time ago Dr. charge, the sheriff walkedIn

I' ', Training. Avon Park Saturday night that D. E. Saxton reported the raisingof with the order for removal. .

..I'I ;t p'i there were no records of State Pa- strawberries in South Florida Carter went out to consult an attorney "FANCY BAGGAGE"A

I "''i i St. Augustine Tribune wants someone to invent a car HAG-raphers League. Nonesensel! f Its forty-one years ago, stating that he but soon returned and af- Aching, weary Warner Bros. Vita phone Ian! |
Some of those birds have records the original strawberry grower.I .
.-I that ter a conference with the sheriff ing Picture
: won't run faster than twenty-five miles hour. Car
an do the
not know geographical
t that would entitle them to 30 and Bostaln, departed, saying he feet relieved With
1" manufacturers won't fall for,, .this-they're looking for ideas years.-Lake Wales Highlander. j'[boundaries of what Is termed had vacated. AUDHKV: }'aIUUS11111: (;1:0:

:fit\ ; to make cars sell. Tha pot makes slighting remarks I South Florida. However, in the, FAUCKTTPlus:

( I about the kettles.-Palm' Beach fall of 1888, at Eustis, now In CAPTl'KKH: STILLSheriff
0f Lake county;, but then a part of
Independent ('oun'I'Rramnunl: :are!
f F I Cross tie manufacturers in Putnam county have been -'--o- I Orange county, Henry Harris, of Epperson and Deputies 1S-50: Matlne and M llChl 15$'

I T .{ sent up for a term in prison, according to the Palatka News. Clinton S. Carries Baptist treas- Aurora Ontario Canada, planted Sapp and Reddish seized a still in
strawberries without success. In the Highland section
!? They neglected urer who stole over $900,000 last Wednesday THURSDAY & FRIDAY
; to ask the timber owner for permission to
year plead guilty la court this the fall of 1883 he made another afternoon and arrested Clarence

.t 1' turn his trees into ties, it seems. week, and was 'sentenced to servehom attempt and a successful one, with Cannon who was picked up near "THE WOLF OF "''.\I.LSTREET" |
his first picking December 25, the location Now-before
0i ___ five to seven years In prison. your nerves snap
: i Jiggs of the Not long long ago a woman In 1883. His'last picking was suffi- op-erators I under the strain-is the time
i Tarpon Springs Leader thinks it's bad Michigan was sentenced to life'1mjlsonment cient for a.'lltra W berry feed officers and later Cannon appeared. to ease those Paramount' Second \lI-Tltlk,

j i enough to get "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" over the for having a quart of ,July 4, 1884, for his family and I I He was realeased on bond and the feet, crooked aching, weary With

'I radio, but when a statement comes back with that scrawled whiskey In her possession. Draw nine other persons.:' The writer :still brought to Starke where It toe, weak: turning OKO. IIANCHOIT AllAOliAXOVA \))
does not know that it has ever was destroyed. ankles corns, callouses: ,
oncluslons.-'Vauch'Ula
'j across it, it's carrying a good thing too far. your\drocate.own I been stated Just when Plant City bunions.
Plus .
i .. started the ,ishlpplng of strawber- l'ia! *'
-Q-i > Color ]
} : : Church officials commend the law sending a Michigan I While we Florldans are kicking tries I but at Starke thirty-Aye in yeara Say it with Flow-f::: Di-Schoil's; Coiiu-dy 15-AO: Matinee\ and Nights I l* '

about our automobile license fees ago they were shipped pony re-
mother to jailor life for selling liquor to feed her children I foot
Ifrlgerators
I l. f ; being I high; we ought to think of ; to the north in con- GutfaetjfoSa&ees; SATURDAY
church officials also the siderable quantities, and the industry Flowers For All
iJ. accept as satisfactory punishment five our British cousins, who are required can relieve of
you foot
J year sentence given a thief who stole a million dollars of to pay a pound (about was one of the principalmoney Occasions they have thousands" 01 other troubl- RI "ALIAS JIMMY PALESTINE" '|
makers of that section. Lat- auikr-

t church funds. I5.ua( ) for every horsepower on : en. We have tI.ee famous
er they were shipped In Ice refrlg.I devices
heir motor cars. The license fora here at the store. Our
I -0--_ Ford costs about $110 a year In I jerator cars. But it does not make Gertrude Godbey demonstrator will foot comfort A Metro Ooldwyn Picture *!:'J

; j If Governor Carlton has an'y hesitancy about saving that inland!: and for a Buick above 'much difference who grew the first they can do for you gladly show what Talking SequencesStarring

$200. We haven't much room for strawberries in Florida or where Anderson
condemned
woman from the electric chair he should witnessan
on1pialllt.-\Vaucl1ula Advocate. they were grown. The fact remains I Don't wish J'ou0(1" WILLIAM 1IAIM:

executidn at the state prison. It's bad enough to watch I that the crop enriches Florida ; -.t,.. come
,
---- --- Phone lit Waldo n ,,,, ?;;;fltlSTEHNnEUG'S Plus
Fla '
a hulking man strain at the straps as the current shoots Notice to Florida editors, reporters farmers each year by several mil I aramouiit -News roin"'I.

{" '; through his body. proof readers, etc.: There 'lions of dollars, coming In at a i ... ...... ..... .:'1.10( MHtlnre Night/ I J 13

s no "I" In Chattahoochee.-Palm -4'' .
I --- ---- -- --- Starke
Fla.
o Peach Independent. When did

City authorities should begin now on plans to extend you get out.-Starke Telegraph. I I -,- - -.AIl'- --- = ._ ,

'q 'S IT paving in the western end of town to connect Call street with 'an't say, but the first time we
"got In" was when we a barefooted : :

Madison, the route of state road 28. Paving on Call street boy, waded In the head watersof 1 r.jo"':. ; .,..., --1 A BOOK
SHE
should be extended to Orange, Orange street to Madison, and the Chattahoochea river, far up f .. ... .>'.,' WILL BE PROUD OFvorn

Bay street from Call to Madison. amid the mountains of northeast : :.:" -
"
Georgia, over fifty years ago.- '
it' -
e>-__ aim Beach Independent [ : .: WIKK WILL nn l':: : .\ '

People 'won't be afraid to go out on the ocean as long as ---0----- owx, l so .WHY NOT r.ivK: IIKII: cm-.1'1: .! '" A IUXK nOOK OF u.nInr: : '

they know Captain Freid and his "America" are sticking Towns of central and southern i TO KEF;l' .\ACVVIIATK: HI.c'OKIi 'IIL'CIIN(1: AfVOUNT K.NAI1LKH: IIKB.:
Florida are capitalizing on beauty. lI' IIEI
around.-Palm Beach Independent. And as long as cigarette 'loralapproaches to the munIcipalities HUT LITTLE KI'FOUT.: "fSKIIOLi: KATKMUTl'RKH:$ WITH

manufacturers will pay the cost of an ocean voyage for the make colorful effects, jind

rescused to say he went down for the third time grabbing fora attracts the wonder and admiration -
of the visitor. Borders of brll-
particular brand of smoke. Rant petunias vivid celleudalas, :

( o and flowering shrubs and vines area I BANK: OF STARKE:

The fight for years to secure express refrigerator service part of the decorative schem
L All this seems to belong to FlorIda A
iii for Florida berry growers ended Tuesday when the Inter- and emphasizes the state's ROLL OF

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