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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 22, 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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Held Guilty OfManslaughter CITIZEN OF BRADFORD Dealer Attends

ganizes Protective Work I \ "

Meeting In JaxMore _
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the creation of the Florida
Trees
moving ,\ Three Weclur lllnewt. : ;
N>w Trial IM \0111.1..1 for lion An.1I's. RefrigerationOrder
than four hundred Chev-
ot the old oak trees "' "
Forest
rhree more Service in the spring ot 'k'
Who Plead H -lfDefenso. 1"
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< Our beloved president: the lateMr.
rolet dealers
the last between sales and :
street managers
Walnut Following an illness of three 1028 forest protection work has '
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N. T. Rltch. who died on February To
ill and Madison on the right bunkers from Florida and southern Help
weeks from influenza, later developing 14th. 1929 with his usual been started on approximately nt. 'i,
ud side ot the street were re- Georgia were guests at an
ved this week by workmen to Jacksonville Feb. 18.-Ben Andrews into pneumonia! Nelson : foresight and good Judgment provided I elaborate sales meeting and banquet Berry Industry 500,000 acres of cut-over land In

,ke room for awnings on the Raiford mayor tried In Turner Rtch! :74, died Thursday I for the future handling of given by the Chevrolet Mo- eastern Florida. The owners of !t' :
:his affairs by placing them in the -
hop. buildings. criminal court on a second degree afternoon, February 14th at his i I hands of the trust department of to Company In Jacksonvllla at the Tallahassee Fob 17,-The re this land realize that the return Ji .,\,
----- murder charge In connection with home on N. Cherry street. Al- George Washington Hotel a few from growing timber Is the only I)
( the Atlantic National Bank ot cent ruling of the
ItepalntcdVorkmea << Interstate '
'all'c' the though no hopes for his days ago/ Following the banquetan commerce profit that they ;"
have been busy this slaying ot Earl Brady Dyal recoverywere I| Jacksonville, which bank he !named can expect from
held out for several excellent vaudeville show was commission that Florida the land. ,
Lek going over the front of the last October was found guilty of days as the executor of his will. carriers should be ,c/I/.: .
prior to the end, his death cameas provided for the visitors. required to At present most of the second
lety Theatre with a coat of manslaughter by a criminal court a shock to friends in the state. The election of a president of Mr M. D. Douglas, assistant l handle strawberry shipments! from growth land of Florida is stocked t I", rI- '

|lot The display boards and lob- Jury late yesterday.The He was active In banking circles the Bradford County Bank to fill general sales manager: of the company the state In refrigerator express from 10 to 50 per cent. If the t'I.1

fixtures !have also been repaint. Jury deliberated nearly two and had a wide acquaintance over I' the position left vacant by the was toastmaster. The principal cars nbt only will greatly! stimulate land had been protected from fire ::1 jl, :,
neat to death of Mr. N. T. Hitch, will I
a appearance the
imparting hours returning the verdict shortly the entire state and Georgia. Of I speaker was Mr. Hay D. Wilson strawberry industry of Flor- after the original timber was cut,
I therefore be held obeyance un- iJ
building. da
before 6 o'clock. Ion L. Farris. near relatives, he leaves a wife and the Jacksonville zone sales but brings to an end proceedings there would be .an excellent stand ? : :
-- til Mr. Hitch's executor, the At. .
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of
two children, Nelson Turner Jr., manager, who pointed out that the 12 years standing members of second growth
!ffli t' t'lcwiedl Today defense counsel. filed a motion fora i la tie National Bank of Jackson I ; today. Forest ; j
fsn the exception of one hour new trial and bond for Andrewswas and Thomas Griffin; two grand- ville, who now represent Mr. Jacksonville :zone would share In a of the state railroad commission fires, however, were allowed to .' ;', !
children Cecil Hitch of St. Petersburg large measure In the success of the here declared. over the land and !
,
three to four o'clock the fixed at 5000. sweep thus kill
orn f Hitch in the handling of his affairs An
and Vlvlrette Floyd Klckll- company this year. the result of the euniuntuision'sdecision. a large portion of the '
office will be closed all day The trial opened Thursday morn- shall! have had an opportunity second! t / ,
Florida
ter of St. Cloud. I ln Jacksonville lone It may be strawberry producers growth. Scattered stands
have Il':
The
lay Washington's birthday. Ing and was featured in the cloning to probate his will and proceed
livery window will be open for hours by conflicting/ stories by Funeral services were held at I In the customary manner. truthfully said that whenthe automobile "third now find themselves with a come up In spite of fires where \.' I/f
the home afternoon 3 business Is on a sound morning" market to pointsIn they have been .
Saturday naturally ;
Hv.-ry.! of mall, but no money or- witnesses of the affair In which J. II. RITCH. Cashier. the protected ;
o'clock Rev. E. M. Rooks of the busts other industries also chow east, and a "fourth mornng" from fire for
a year or two; or
rs will be Issued and no mall Dyal was shot and killed In the Bradford County Hank, !; /!
Methodist church fol. progress," said 1Ir.Vllllon.. "It is market In other sections, and where the Ore
officiating was only light and "
livered on rural routes. rear yard of his home on Lacka- Starke, Fla, ty t
S wana avenue on the night of Oct. lowed by burial in the family lot In this region: that we have the will enable I them to furnish real did not kill the pine mast or little j,1( : : r

111'01 Her Hotel 8. In Crosby Lake cemetery. Floral great fruit belt and the finest cli- competition to the growers of other trees. These scattered stands ,! ,

Mrs. J. H. Williams and little W, J. Whitehead, who was with offerings from far and wide attested Rltch rendered very effective ser- mate in the world all year round". states Including [Louisiana however, are not making their /ift.-" ,' i'\

ughter, Mary, of Lake Butler the Ralford mayor when he drove to the esteem In which the deceased vice, not only through the channels concluded this zone manager. state! commission members said. maximum growth due to the InJury "

ve moved to Starke and Mrs. Into the Dyal yard. said that Dyal was held by his friends and of his bank but privately, 111'V.. E. Torode local Chevrolet I Members of the commission pre- by annual wood fires. Experiments I" .I, ;"

llliams will be manager of tne was shot during/ a struggle on the the grave was covered with these and as treasurer local chapter of dealer, declared after a care- d'cted! ( that the ruling also would have shown that trees \ ,. '
Her friends tokens of ful observation of the playlets portraying not only afford Florida strawberry In the U '
arke Hotel. many ground with Andrews. He had sympathy. sapling stage will grow front :(
the Red Cross o'ne of the fac- producers {
re remember her as Miss Mary previously taken a shotgun from Active pallbearers were: 8. R. was new and effective marketIng quicker and better ser two to three time faster on un. !; j II

tick, formerly secretary In the Dyal, he declared which Dyal obtained Johns W. L. .WaI; J. M. Mitchell, tors responsible for :Bradford coun- !Ideas for the dealers he was vice, and probably a slightly lower burned land. 1 t ,

W offices of Col. J. E. Futch In in the house when Andrews \v. O. Seals, P.V.. Stump A. S. ty raising its full ,quota in all of sure that 1929 would be a banner rate, but would lead to a doubling The work of the State Forest 'ii. '

Lla city for a number of years. drove up and fired three shots In Crews, A. Z. Adkins, O. M. Inman. the drives. Ills services! as a member year foe Chevrolet dealers. "The and possibly and trebling of the yearly Service la to render assistance to ty', f f :

S the ground. Honorary: W. T.: Weeks, J. M. of the State Bankers Association excellent suggestions given us by production( marketing of that land( owners that want to protect \ I,'

'4C/ JlI'udquartf'rsIove: Andrews, testifying In his own Truby T S. Williams, L. W. Kick- and the American Bankers the high Chevrolet olnclals will fruit. It will also enable South their laud from fire and plint up j: ,J
j Following the close of the rush' liter G. W. Hazen. J. W. Morgan, enable the Chevrolet dealer to render Florida producers a longer season, such land that will not ,
MI.sl behalf. said he shot in self defense Association showed :.h\.* remark- It come back ;' !
:son for auto license tags. G. W. Alderman, L. C, Powell A. the highest type of service to was stated.Heretofore naturally. Such assistance Is '
after Dyal had twice knocked him able Insight of thel) banking business ren-
I,Lrgaret Long has moved tieadlurters down. D. Andrews, Enoch Orlffla, A. A. and Its many demands. I his community" said Mr. Torode. It was explained dered by the land owners and state '\t'It"
I
to her home on Walnutreet E. : J. H. Among the speakers at the meetIng producers have been only able to '
Mrs. Dyal, widow of the dead I Durden S. Matthews In 1914 he erected the present spending mutually :2. cent per ,
| and license tags may be seined man told a different story. She Lawrence. J. Epperson N. D. bank building recognized as one were M. I). Douglass, assistant ship their berries In freight refrigerator acre per year The total of 4 cents ;;( ,

there by automobile owners. said that her husband was In the Wainwright J. W. Andrews Sr., of the bent bank buildings! In this general I sales manager*. Ray D. slow.OllIEltS cars. making/ transportation per acre U spent In erecting lookout .r }fj;, i,
total of 806 passenger car tags Sr. J. L. Frazee Wilson, zone sales manager, L. S. towers
house and ran outside when a vol- J. F. Klckllter part of the state equipped) to for detecting fires- -aiul "
\ 'o
id :224!:! truck tags have been Isled L. W Fuller. Fu- Costley, regional sales manager. adding '
T. A. Brlnson / such other improvements
ley of shots was fired. Then two handle Its business! In the most efficient : IU'"IUfUn.\'I'ut:! : \ t;:
by the local 'agency to date. more shots followed she declared; neral arrangements were in chargeof manner. This building will Wm. A. Blees, manager dealers'hnance cn.\itms: IUUI'CI: :() as telephone lines to connect tho \4 l \ : '

--. I'aliitcil -- and she saw her husband to I, the DeWitt C. Jones Company. stand as a monument to the pian and accounting J. II. tower with organized fire lighting j r
"ui'ing'' > fall I Blackmore ass'! tant sulex }1"
'
i The curbstone through the main the ground. I Those from out of town attend- who for 38 years guided the des promotion The Growers J nnd Shipper crewH. Improved fire (fighting/ :, f'

,mess part of the town wasd I M. M. Scarborough, assistant ing the funeral were,: Mr. John tinies of the instltut'on: and I manager, T. 10. Chancellor, assistant League of Florida have Just re- equipment I III also furnished by 41;: "' '
truck division, J.
manager the
to a coat of white paint county solicitor, prosecuted Judge Ritch. John Hitch, Jr., of Valclosta brought it to Its present day high (el veil advice from their Counsel, state ;?J !''t

,* week, the paint being applied I James M. Peeler presided at the Ga., Mr. and Mrs Clyde Dukes and standing In state banking circles.Mr P. Little manager purls mid ser C. R. Marshall Washington, D.n. Tc) orKtinlzo protection work a 43j '
: I division and Will
daughter, Gloria Mr. Dyal Mr. W. vice Pqwer. minimum of 110,000) ) of "
convict labor. City authorities trial. Hitch was twice married his! .. that by unaiilmouH report Into acres land .
C. Seals Mr. John Texton Mrs. S. I first wife, Florrle Masters Hitch manager of show productions. : refrigeration: In a compact body must ha signet ) 'II 4F
i,in to renew the paint as often as I I I ........-.-- InvoHtlfjuUoutiiae. il''if''j' I
It Is the little added Sentenced to FI\'<(<' Yearn J. Roberts Jacksonville; Mr. W. A. and the two chlldreiii Arthur and Docket 17930: rel<>iln6il today F ni' with the Florida Hoard of For- 4t ;,

h ary given town that attract I Jacksonville, Fob. 20--Ben An- Fuller, Orlando: Mrs. Ida DeUle I Katie: Gertrude born to the' union Cout,1ty'reachers that the CommlsHloii: required eNlry.VII b this an a nucleus an >4"" ', f
1 a
mloii from people passing j drbwa, mayor of Ralford, today :Mr. L.uls Ritch, Mr. Hance An- ''being' deceased. In 19111Ir.) uffectlve ApiII 15lh u reduction III 'effort Is tnude to expand I Iho area 1 ;;: ,
jll drews, Ralford; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. of Sll its to take on all owners { !: : '
was sentenced to serve five years Hitch married Carrie L. Darby Hold Session standard refrigeration chinRonfioin ,
favorable
I :-li: and com-
:: many
Imvf been hea.'d concerning i at hard labor on the state prison /Hill/ Mr. Grim'. Lawtey; Mrs. Jim Starke. a member of one of the I Florida to trunk II lie nnd whether they own forty of several ; ,

farm at Ralford. Purvis: Mr. and Mra. Cecil Ritch pioneer families of Florida, and to New England Terrltoilou of 1"4 1-2 tiioumuul acres of mini To data 'tJ :

11" of--the curbing.S I lie was convicted In criminal St. Petersburg: Mr. and J. F. Kick- them were born two, curie, Nelson The teachers of Buulford county per out on ell run fruit( and vegetables ; the following UMHoclittlons of landowners .I j.:' 1,

fount)' CourtKcsular 'I'nl"da" court late Friday for manslaughter liter, Jr., St. Cloud; Miss Nannie I Turner, Junior, and Thomas Gilfrui. met Saturday Jan. 26. 1929, In ; 23 per cent on !berries, and have organized to co-op-. fr ,f' ';

monthly sesson: of I i, n I the slaying of Earl Brady Uyal I Howell Miss Irene Von Osthoff, the high school auditorium: In 8 per cent uu melons itnd fruit other etute with the Florida Forest: Ser ; ;,
Jacksonville; Mr. J. H Lawrence, _:.. Starke. This the first meetIng vice In protection Illack "
unty judge's court will be held on the night of October 8. 1928. ------ -- \ was than citrus.Somewhat ; Creek: )
'S Tuesday with the usual Judge James M Peeler handed I Keysto-ne Heights and Mrs. T. A. ('HLT.cn si'it\iv: of teachers us a body and the similar: reductions Protective Association, l'enney '

num'I' after IIrlnson, Hugh. new superintendent of public luuti Farms 150,000 acres, Leno Pro-
i ''I') umaller offenders dqwn the five-year sentence wern ruiiilred from oilier states' ; .
I Nelson Turner Hitch was bornon Kurly In January the pd lol's In Uon. Mr. L. G. Kutch f tective AsHocluflou( ,
"'or. Judge Gardiner for denying, a motion for a new trial. Involved In tills ease; Georgia, at Green, Cove 't ,
|mong other cases scheduled for I lie allowed 90 days for pre- a plantation in* Appling county their Association meeting arranged / Hampton was selected as North and South Carolina and Vlr I Springs\ 60,000 acres; St. !Mary's I
Georgia, January 18, 1854, a on for a religious' survey of tho chairman and M.ss: tempo-I Association at Lake
ilal la that of Robert Malphurs of paring to appeal the ruling and re 1 rary n Kin lit. No changes were made In City, 170.000 i
:ilnc-tvllle, who was involved In leased Andrews on $5,000 bond of Green Berry Hitch, his mother city of Starke and made a call for Caraway of Brooker as groupings or rules now prevailing. ,' acres; Tyler Association at Trenton '
dying when he was only an Infant. voluntary workers to make the The purpose of this 90,000 .
ii automobile wreck south of until that time.Andrewa meeting wall With some minor exception II- acres; and Slate Prison
!iarke In which his coupe was replied "no" when At the age of twelve he was urve). The followng! cheerfully two-fold. First the new superintendent nnl report of the commission follows Farm at Hulford 14,000 acres .

timed and a Bulclc sedan wreck- Judge Peeler asked him whether brought to Florida by his father, responded: viz., Misses Carrle'Uglow wished to meet the teachers the proposed report of Director On these areas a Forest Ranger .


S"ly should not be passed upon him. I and other parts of Northern Florida Harriet Hitch, Ethel Griffin question, namely the Importanceof special examiner, John L. Rogers work in an effort to get people living ;

:o ey Kultd. Ion L. Farris the defendant's I being interested in the naval Blanche Alderman Eunice Perkins Joining the Florida Educational rendered October 17, 1928. within the area to co-operate

Starting :Wednesday morning counsel, declared he had nothingto stores business. As he grew older I Fredrlka Struth and Gussie Association, the necessity\ of sending The League estimates that on In preventing forest: '

.<> uiree negroes eerving time on add to what has already been he engaged In the same line, of Mae Bennett; Mesdames W. O.Halle ., a representative to the National the hauls outlined In the ...eommls- ranger also has charge of

.ie streets and engaged In a gen- said. "I nough has been said," he business with his father. j I A. W. Anderson, and J. L. association In Atlanta Ga, to lon's report, Florida growers and suppression work and -

rat campaign of cleaning and added. Later Mr. Rltch moved to Columbia -, Pickerill; and MesHrs. E. C. Tap- find out If possible those teachers ihlppers will save an average of with the land owners In

,tinting, appeared in brand new county and for two years pen, JohnPowell, T. S. Williams, who wish to work In Bradford the 0.110 per cur on citrus fruit and tion. Durinthe/ forest

niforms the most noticeable FireDestroys was engaged in the turpentine I Murrah Hooks and C. N. Christy.A ,coming school term; second the vegetables; |18.8U per car on 'berries the ranger has a man In Forestry'i

uing outside of the fit being the r Theatre business for himself and then meeting of these canvassers ,organization I of a permanent teachers ; ((1.96 per car on melons and out tower to watch for

road stripe. They were Imported took a contract at logging at Bald- was called for 1:30 on Sunday afternoon anion In the county. Fruits other than citrus report them to a -

lire-I, from the state prison Film win for two years. For twelve January 18, at the Methodist -, The teachers voted toCo// 100theeducationalasso flatted upon 1927-28 movement un soon as fire I Is located. : .

'tl.It is said they created farm'l I years he was foreman for the lumRussell church. These workers per cent In Beginning July first the
.,_._ 'n' ....afa.. ,..f th..... .I<."""!,,....... ..d.Uc. nnnmnntlv .a..h1.,1 .an/1.. with.. ... ...In" n nn.' 'n ,,___ n ________,1. llila: would mean it saving In refrigeration .ClQ...._,.,'.__ ___.__,,,_ ._ _____ .. L_ .
|inu impression among nigh socty feet of mm Iu.c. V '- -- viuviuu niiu in vm u jjvriiiuiieiil.county charges bf "-t "'''v'''"' LU .pl..tU OT stan- ,
of 2,000 I approximately /
Burning i.-.n ; .
; rhir.; : ,
, appearing frequently In the Just at the clone of the Company at K. K. 1'errymau, whohad union. $475,000.00) annually on Jug more protective orgaiuizuttons

ht life of Reno ajid the day lifet Saturday created a mild panic In ker county, and while thus en- been asked to become captainof The executive committee of this! all fruits and vegetables moving and enlarging those already In ell. v'Istence.

|t mayor's court. Working Wed- first building show when the flames surg- gaged built twenty miles of rail the teams and direct the sur union was to be appointed by Mr. under refrigeration from the stateof Information relative to .

"ly In the wooded part of the the through the opening near the road and at the same time looked vey. He came with the divisionsof i Futch and they were to .make Florida: instead of un Increase proterllon or reforestation can be '

ity park clearing out a drainage ed No damage to the booth after all the Interests of Ills com the territory already made and preparations for the next meeting of $6.00 to IU.OO per car, aa previously Procured from n. L. Baker, state .

in.il. one of the darkles said to I machine. being practically fire pany. assigned: to each team a section. sometime In February. Mr. Dowl- asked! for la other cases by I"orellt.r, Tallahalllee or It 1\1. Be.bribg -

lie other: "Nlggah. when you resulted throughout it the film destroyed -1 In 1891 Mr. Hitch moved to I After these assignments were Ing gave us some Interesting Information the carriers which would have Imposed district forester, Starke.

'.nit up behind me say some- proof and slight\ : damage to the 1 Starke and became half owner ofI made the canvassers went nut to I concerning our schools an ftded penalty upon the The Forest Rangers on duty at

'''liic;, kase when I see stripes 111 machine making up the I private bank, which had been their respective sections and Ynade and why they should be accredited. shipper In Florida of approximately Ilrelent are if \Ialsburger.! Lake

> r. I wants to run." projecting Failure of the 'established in 1889 by N. W. Hack- the survey that name afternoon He stressed the fact that not only $260,000.00 to $425,000.- City: Harmon Chesser, Ureen Cove

total damage.allowing the film to ett. In 1894 Mr. Hitch became with exception of those away from I our high: school should be ac 00, annually. Springs; John lIall, Penney

II'H'ii-oI":; SCHOOL mechanism, of the aperture and solo owner of the bank through home. These were visited during, credit, but that our Junior highs Had this reduction, been In effect Farms, and J. D. Johnson, Trenton -
HOARD :MEETIX roll up in front purchase of Mr. Hackett's Inter- the following week and a fairly and elementary schools a* well.Mi' .
given the
the heat was during current season, It
Igniting from est, and later changed the name accurate census WITH thus obtained Limbaugh of Lawtey discussed -
In estimated that
.The board met In regular see as the cause. withina of the institution to the Bradford showing the following figures: the Importance of record a saving In refrigeration "hiflTINU \T J.\WTI'\: .

'l.n on Monday Feb. 4th with the The building was emptied County Bank, an It is known today Baptist _-. ________261 and reports In the school After charge on citrus alone ,
to
"Hawing members present: II. D.lar few seconds without injury company For years Mr. hitch engaged Methodist ._______162 his discussion and suggestions, a. would approximate $320.000.00. Berry Thoml1l1, colored, was shot ;
of the fire The carriers In October' 1926
| chairman J. T. Moore and anyone. Members actively in the naval stores Industry Presbyterian ______ 83 niot'on: was made seconded and and instantly killed Sunday after.

" R Surrency; on account of the notnthe: / flames In the street pro- having holdings at Ral- Christian _._________ 40 carried that, a committee be appointed suggested: to the communion thata noon at L"wtey by n. L. Deck, eec,4, .

nee .of the superintendent ow- jecting room from the the I ford and Brooker. As the banking Episcopalian _______ 19 to make plans for a record thorough painstaking and fair tion foreman for the Seaboard ,

>'- to sickness, Mr. Moore made I brought the fire engine to :I I Institution grew he devoted more Mormon ___________ 11 system to be used In our county.Mr. d.rectlon Investigation; of the be commission made under of the all I hallway at that place Two shot

motion which was carried that scene. :', and more of his time to it, and Jewish ______.._____ 6 Thomas Limbaugh of Lawtey were fired both taking effect In ,
1.6, board dispense with all busi.5 The management of the another theatre I was recognized as one of the sane I Adventist __?. ______ S Mm. (e". White of Starke and the fact with reference to the true the head. At the inquest held k

. except the paying of teachers ; has arranged to have for I conservative and resourceful menthe Catholic ____?_____ 5 Miss Leola B. Fogg of Brooker, cost of refrigeration service, claim- I !Monday by Judge\ (leo. A. Gardi- ,
booked that of the
i ing factor
some going
[iexportation men and Janitors. showing of the film set of community In which he re- Congregatlonallst ___ 4 were named on the committee.A her, tile coroner'. jury rendered a.

After these bills'were audited I I I Saturday night, the date being All i I II sided. Quaker ___________ 3 round table discussion came to make up the refrigeration rates I verdict of seU-defens. and fleck

[n't,' paid the board adjourned to for Monday night, Feb. 25th.to the I| Although Mr. Hitch was at all Lutheran _i-.._____ 1 next and after the superintendenthad were too low. The commission on was released from custody. .
admission it* own motion ordered an Investigation -
.t on the call of the supterin- those who paid did not ''times,deeply Interested In Ills town Not members __________496 answered all the questions, a UTIUIi'U'I'OUT-
dent. I Saturday night and / Into the Justness, reasonableness \ : : ;
theatre without and county, he never sought an move for adjournment was made
admitted and' lawfullness of the refrigeration -
H. D. May see it in full will be office at the hands of the people. Total .-. ___ ______ 1085 and seconded, and we were dismissid. For week Feb. .
1929.
j' L, charge on perishable ending 10.
Tipping. cha charge. efforts In the political line This! information not obtained .
Ills Was
,, freight. Including fruits Date Max. Min. .
-5---- : ve eablen Preclp.Feb.
'try pro.tem.'ard ST\ '" for the proper development for the sake of knowing, Louise
I: rman'l i "MKKV: SHIPMENTS: I were solely merely Caraway, Secretary. berries, and melons, from 13 61 31 -
met in special of the community through but with the view to better render
' ,'I.-. points in Florida, Georgia. North .1eb. 13 66 36 -
Feb. 16th with all mem- shipments from the I IStarkeLawtey the election of the right: men to ing service to our people throughour ('OXI'I'IHn.T"'ITK: : : and South Carolina and Virginia Jo'eb. H 68 U --- 414
present to-wlt.H.: V. May. Berry section: during the public office and a careful expenditure churches, enabling each TO GET I'. S. TENTS:
td destinations In official classification Fob 15 19 53 ..nFelt. .
I'' in., J. T. Moore and A. B. four days have exceeded 900 I| of the taxpayer money. church through its pastor and I lOll ..Il'SIn"l'; : I0I territory. 18 61 66 AOJo'eb.
noy.nuts past of $8 per From boyhood be was thrown worker to make visit and keep
\ average I This I is the result of that 1'7 115 U -
![ with an In-j I ,; .
of last meeting read and crates being paid on the platform practically upon his own resources In touch with all the people. The I Washington February 11,-The vestlgatlon. Jo'eb. 18 U f6 -

; .v.d, bills for the month were crate of the heavy shipments and the experience thus gained cards of each faith nave been turn- senate today passed a house bill -t F'eb. 19 8" U .1. .
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: td and paid. On account northern markets taught him the proper value of the ed over to that pastor where there authorizing the war departmentto I.. T. A, MEETS: W KI: ) KSI: ,\V S 1

!Superintendent:; instructd to vlsBrooker. going to the Florida, markets are I dollar. and as a private citizen exerted Is one to receive them The pastor loan 309 tent and other equipment --i-_ Arcadia Ampltheater fo,. ,: '

, school and adjust from south Movements for Wednesday his Influence toward providing greatly appreciate having this to the United Confederate The Parent-Teachers Association Ctlautau'lua assembly oJ: Florida ,

;:0..e concerning the school not so good. southern points was needed public Improvements ata work done mo completely I and Veteran for their annual encampment will meet in the Bradford High completed :

There being no further business from 33 care: Car lot shipments -: minimum of cost to the taxpayers. heartily thank, Mr, Ferryman and to be held next June at Char auditorium, Wednesday, Feb. :27, Jacksonville New Industry:

: coard adjourned' to meet the reported at likely start from both his fine worker mentioned above lotte, N. C. The measure now goes at 3 o'clock p. m. All parents are established here for productoll! of

Mondaj( In March. will today j During the World War Mr. for their faithful service. to the president urged to attend. bleacher! le ts.

A. J.. Grlffl. Secretary. I'Stark and Lawtey I -ft *H

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: :',,: ,'fool out of me. A. M. Thompson and C II. Wein *
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Buck K.-Who was It then man; the Misses Elizabeth Caug- I StoSf'VI

: BRADFORD 1' hey. Helen Lawrence Gertrude II
'It I Cuple-Yeah, I once had a cap I 3 1nt
Mouser Arneeta Ogden, Helen Og- ...
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'f like yours, but when I realized
: HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL how It made me look, I threw it de.n and the Messrs. F. E. Carr I

away. Wm. Baker C. Weinman, E.

Jo.lmer-\Vell: once I had hair Buck and D. E. Pangborn.The .
1'OItS.\)0I'S: HITVU.VrKNMCY : | last Monday and left her 'devoted like yours, but when I realized Craftclub met with. theM

U.\\11o: : TOVUill I English; literature class to see how It made me look I got this :Hses Arneeta and Helen Ogden
"KinK of Kings" In Gainesville."BIIIIY" cap. Wednesday afternoon. About
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I Bradford Tornadoes Journey to -
fifteen members were present, tea
Penney Farms this afternoon to nt.HXH Dora-They say that lnvNew and heart-shaped cookies were
partake In a return game with
of Ilobert York a man Is run over every halt served.
This novel discussion
I the Farmers tonight. The horn hour. Par is still king at the Keystone
} boys have taken a bad licking at Hums was written by Louise I steJ1Poor fellow. Heights Country Club. Out of the I 4
the hands of Penney Jo'armll mid Intend literature < <
Hayes of the English!: large number of players who turned
to make amends for the do. class, of which Miss Claudia Oll- Mrs. White---Use officious In a out for the annual handicap :
feat. It Is hoped that a body ot Christ Is Instructor. sentence. tournament, none were able to par I % iCj:

students will accompany Cone' Ednlnburgh:; Scotland, James-They tell! In tha 'lake, the sporty course. Mr. Causy of .
Itay and his boys on this oho May 30 1788. and hollered, "Oh fish us out." Palatka won the handicap tournament 4 i

trip. Dear Josephine: rDaveWhat- with a 92-21-71 net. Chas. 1E3T *-"
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ROOKS) w'cn.i'ii 0ItEV LtKI4 !)l'It. I saw your old literary friend would you adviseme Weinman and Frank Walrath. Jr.,

J Nti ; K:X 1.ltl'J'UoHHev. : : : Burns at a banquet last evening to read after graduation? were tied for second with net 72'a.
which was given in his honor Coach Itay-The help wanted Dllly Hullwlnkle and Archibald of 'J*
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Hooks pastor of the Metho- an During Informal the affair banquet, several, which speeches was column. Gainesville best ball pro.were match defeated by Shore in and the ---' ____.._....:Z.....,4.-_-rssrij5BSB"3i; | e S j-
delivered line tall
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church _
dint a
to the student body last Thursday, I I were made In his honor and he Miss Jackson-Murrah, dispose Hembrecht of Live Oak, 4 and 3, J -...-.---..--?.,., .-J-/ -------- R.c:HwJrt 8' Bao' ancltecfe:

lie discussed habits pointing out naturally responded to them of that gum!I"MurrahTbat's with a 39: being the best score :.
4 the value of good habits and tin I He gave us a short story of his not gum. I have turned in, so old man par Is still .
i harm of bad habits. The habits life--from his viewpoint-and It hydrophob'a and ani Just chewingmy king. \
should be given special attentior! was really interesting (I had a tongue. Dr. and Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. J. :
: by people Rev Rooks Maid I few harsh views of him but he has C_.,_. H. Houser and Mrs. Ella Bird were i MAIDS a '
young
O.qas
because it Is during youth that one changed them by his simple, quiet .....N.......(,..... In Jacksonville Friday I 8 5 5I
t la more easily affected by them. unobtrusive manners.) Mi, and Mrs. Wm. Duck Mr.J A'? 4Z ,*>*.
--- He recited several of his best J Keystone Heights : and Mrs Edward Buck and son, 13 +fw-x 1rt yonE r6rr 3

f.. AVIimiAVIMI OFF TO known poems and used quotations I .' BUM Helen Ogden, Cur, Jack left Monday morning for .le a 10 ti
CiltKAT: HT.AH1 from some of the others. His\ Couneant Lake Penn. ;
I favorite ones seem to be "To a. ....4N..................I Mrs. Barnes of St. Augustine I Ico e

The way the Bradford Whirlwind Ii j' Mouse." "To Mountain Daisy.' Dr. and Mrs. Rupert of Keystone I wa'sth'e guest of Prof, and,Mrs. St.:.
has been crashing along I "A Man's A Man For All That." Heights entertained Saturday evening .. Clair over the weekend.Mrs. :

t through all opponents of late I la I "To Mary In Heaven" and "High at Keystone Inn A. M. Thompson of Eustis. 1 a ,
one of the most notable things In, land Mary." with a lovely Valentine bridge Is the guest of her sister, !Mrs. M. ICivcn rAI HALL ,
local sport activities. With the The first three show his sympathyfor party announcing the engagement Church. 'I 'r III lSfbkDOM caLlvwe '.
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season still young they seem {o be the lowly and oppressed. You of their} daughter. Miss Mildred Mrs. Wm.oII )uck and her daugh n

,, In top form only one game and I know how these "high-hatted" Rupert to Dr. H. Austin: Bliss ot( ter-in-law Mrs. Edward Buck
r that the first has been lost and all people of society treated the peas Jacksonville. were hostesses at a meeting of the l xwUINIUQ .
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victories have been accompanied' I ants. Well Burns resented It Decorations and refreshments Woman's Club at the clubhouse ,

with decisive winning scores II I very much. I guess It was becausehe I were in Valentine colors and Miss Friday afternoon, Feb. 15. Miss .
a v.'r' 7.T I
i A pro-season tilt with Melrose was the son of a peasant farmer. I Rupert was charming In American Mildred Rupert who has Just com 6E L "
before Christmas Indicated that I I He could enter into the best beauty chiffon with a shoulder cor pleted a course in home economicsat T /e EEO I Il MNLtins

w J > the home girls were In for a big society because his manners are sage of pink rosebuds and lilies of Ohio State University, gave a
season when, although they lost I such that befit a gentleman even the valleyi very well prepared and Interestingtalk n
14-11 everyone who saw It 1 1i though he Is of low birth. The gueota'enjoyed four games upon the subject.' The women l

i brought home nothing but praise i When he gave "To Mary In of bridge, after which Dr. Royal exchanged favorite recipes and
i for their performance.. The loss : Heaven; he put such feeling Into Dixon noted naturalist and lecturer I Miss Gertrude Houser entertained ,

j. j, recorded on Macclenny court was his voice that most of the women read two of his excellent negro t with a piano selection. Tea and
the only exhibition of poor play cried-and tears appeared in the dialect stories. At the close of the wafers were served.AIXKMVILM& //R.S" FLOOAPLAU
: ,i and the girls fully redeemed them author's eyes. evening's entertainment.a table I --c.1N _Jf'''' I .5E.COUD FLOOR PLAN ,

selves for this the following week When his speech was ended he was brought In. In the center of ( : 1'\1.\TI ,\ s.r.Ji" .
: Macclenny's the greatest applause trimmed HUmWAV STRKTCH OPEN: ". '
received cake
when they given
was which was a large tali1dfo':
q and KCOXOMIOAI HOME utilization of space over the living a nominal sum (n.
; return visit and beat them 18-13. possible--complete silence with twenty-eight lighted candles. .
L Z The greatest heights yet attain. thela thunderous clapping of From beneath the cake extendedred Gainesville, Feb. 16.-State I *'on"\ NARROW LOT' porch and over the garage all the building editor. Refer to hoi

ed were In the recent tilt with hands. satin ribbons for the guests to highway No. 14, leading from this make for economy. A-162.
L ,; Waldo. Scootle Andrews and Capt. After the noise had died avjay, pull. Tied at the ends were red city to Palatka Is now open for I (.By n. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., The exterior has also been very .
Sternberg made the rather drab three beautiful young girls came and white heart shaped mints, be- travel over a new hard surfaced )I New York City.) thoroughly studied. Note how the The sixth annual Volusla Con

f i !; ,game Interesting by staging a race I dancing in and sang one of Burns' tween which/were/ formed the an stretch' from the east end of University The plan layout of' this house vestibule is handled and the wall I Fair and Citrus exposition open-
for high point honors favorite songs. They were dressedIn nouncements. Angel food cake avenue to Prairie creek a merits study. It,Is most compact I on the opposite end of the living Its gates at 10 o'clock Tuesi
i Scootle came out one point white with white roses In their coffee moulded Ice cream with I I distance of about six miles. The I and requires but a forty-foot lot porch to give the effect of Increaa-I morning, when President F '
I Vm'; 81 ahead of her forward mute, after dark hair. pink hearts In the center were entire stretch of the highway in yet It Is complete in every detail ed depth of solid wall Conrad, of the fait assoclail
.. r overtaking the early lead Miss Everyone enjoyed this song very served as refreshments.It this county, eighteen miles, will be including a garage maid's room, I placing the dormer on "stilts" as I I cuts the silken rope across U

c x! ;. Sternberg had piled up. The whole much especially Burns (by whomI was announced that the wed. thrown open for travel in less than dining alcove large wardrobe and would be the effect should only main gate officially: opening t I'
team completely outclassed Waldo 18.0.) because It expressed his ding will take place March 28. at three weeks according to an announcement I storage space. columns be used'for the porch. exhibition to the public. An Intr
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: emerging triumphant with a 31-14 feelings so well.I Keystone Inn. by L. ht. Gray con- The compact arrangement of A stucco finish with well placed I I eating and varied program t*
score. The Bradford Junior High talked very gaily about my Guests at the party included: tractor for the hard surfacing. the stairs, the grade entrance timber gives a pleasing effect. I scheduled for the opening di
girls kept up the good work last home and family and the great literary Mesdames F. M. Walr .th. J. E.I Federal and state Highway engineers which serves kitchen and cellar, Complete working plans and I the schools throughout the cont
Friday furnished a nifty 23 to 8 personages of our community C. Mercatorla and C. M. are co-operating in supervising 1 the elimination of halls and the ,specifications_ of this may be ob)I being: dismissed _for the. occasion
Larson. _
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the construction of this road. '
win ovef Halle. This afternoon the and Burns must have been Impressed Weinman, the Misses Ellen Kay,
i' Whirlwind play Hampton but for he has promised to return Lawrence. Gertrude Houser. Where the road eaters the city limits .
', i unless a miracle happens the!; line home with me for a short vis- Helen Elisabeth Caughey. Arneefa Ogden it gives a beautiful approach.Two ::- ::---:-::.=: "S$ -i ---2 .4 ,,:.....:...:- c

record the Bradford girls are piling It. He spoke in glowing terms of and Helen Ogden. and the Messrs. wide paved areas where the
unblemished. work and wishes to Royal DIxon: highways and streets Join are-laid l
up will remain your latest Austin Bliss. Dr. Eet.tmtcl Trantfarlttlan ?
Of course the veteran forwards have a talk with you. Chester Snowden. J. E. Larson F. both at and beyond the Seaboard t } Jbr

Sternberg and Andrews are carryIng Could you attend a dinner in his 1\ti. Walrath. C. M. Weinman. D. E. Air Line tracks and the city's part I. u

the brunt of the offense but the honor, at my home on Thursday Pangborn. C. Mercatrois. L. K. of the highway pavement gives a r:

work of all. members of the team evening of June the twelfth It I Walrath and Frank Walrath, Jr. thirty-three foot.approach. I [ tUD. ?_ i
an'A'alned ___
excellent. The pass work will ha mi .liifArmnl nnn with only C.tnlAa u
been
has : :- Mrs. Vivian tanu"I Pensacola Nine miles of recently t ll:' ';' il
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: of Shepard and Kendrick centers a few of our writers present.Your II at her home completed scenic highwaywill
have featured every game and the friend. Feb. 13 with four tables of bridge. be paved. t '

i. scrappy play of Tompkins Struth Bill The tables were attractively decorated Starke"':: New garage being II
and Manning at guard has been instrumental In Valentine colors and the Nationaiii
\ ..\\' built on Walnut street
down the baskets
1 In keeping small paper '
were
I favors Mayo Local telephone exchange
IIAMITUX KHIDAYTwo
k" scores assorted, candy hearts I
enemy filled with moved into new building
regret to admit containing paper
The Tornado we. crackers
i and paper Tallahassee State highway
reported to be
are
; well-their games luck pieces.
not doing so and
is fortunes .
hats reorganized.Plant
department being
added to the Whirlwind schedule. Demonstration
only victory\ to date was that of were prlnted\on envelopes
Tallies City American Cyanamid -
They will tackle the Hampton town .
last Friday when the boys ked contained Valentines for the
which New York
Company of plansto
team on the Bradford court Fri '
the Lawtey who made
: out a victory over Mra. F. E. Carr.
"t guest establish mlaes in HtUsborough
day and the following Wednesday, .
Wednesday received
) Scout. 17-16 The for the evening
score
} high
county.
will give Waldo a return game on box
completelyoutclassed shaped
before Penney Farms red' heart Week!
l a lovely Pensacola New passenger station &
the court.The local sex 4
23 to 6. enemy held
'i /. the home boys Miss Helen Ogden
of candy. of Frisco railroad completed
tette Is riding high and wide right
Bradford fell beforeMacclenny a red
The first game and was given
; now and they should be hard to low score recently.Plant.
played tilt trimmed
In a poorly Individual cakes Pharmacy '
cherry. City Magnoll a
j t.' 10 to 6 and on the following week stop. with tiny red candy hearts and hot building purchased by E. W. f
the Starke town team led by Harold U. II. N. IJU.NKMerrll chocolate were served. The guests Wiggins. Iii Drive the Chevrolet Six
l Hlckenbaker won a w wNo
Wall and
: t were the Mesdames F. E. ,Carr, Starke Addition to county
hard played battle 20-15. S. No made Wra. Baker M. Church
+ girl ever a E. Buck Jail now under construction.
Ii. t The Tornadoes seem to possess -
'! f good material but are lacking in .. matter how closely you inspect The Outstanding
: team work. What they really !lack f; Chevrolet cf: Chevrolet appreci"ate
} -- History-you will never
I U practice Until the boys see fit _: what a'wonderful achievement it is i until sit at the .
to get some system In their play ; you
SA.VB OLD IRONSIDES == t wheel End drive. So this
.f. .: they cannot expect to Improve. All week has been set aside" as

'i:' .' the boys have tried hard and some -t'? National Demonstration Week, anal you are cordially

'": 't individual work has been quite t invited to come in and drive this sensational: automobile.
''j <. : creditable: particularly Nolan.-Car' ,The only S. O. S. she ever knew! I .
:, nova and Junior McDonnell. But =: c- Not only i iJ the new six-cylinder! valve-in-head motor 32 0 '

'" 7 their offense has no ,drive and the THE SHIP TIIAT WAS A NAVY; II = more powerful J, with correspondingly higher speed and

;;1 t r iii( t. defense-Is scattered and feeble. frigate CONSTITUTION, most famous ship in the world a shrine of i2t tl foster acceleration not only does it provide a fuel-

'j :HWSIUT4I' THE American Navy, is being: rebuilt at the Navy Yard in Boston ivlassachusctts. II economy cf better then: twenty miles! to the gallon-but

In the very same dry dock that she christened in 1833 having: ::.A it operates with such mentions six-cylinder smoothness

The high school glee club held. ,been the first*'hp! to enter it, she is taking a new lease on life. .Thanks to I := that almost forget there is a
Mon.I .. you
their first night practice last -- = a motor under the hood!
popular subscription restoration is 50 cent completed.
now
t per
Their concert the lust
day night. a .
t.
., of the year Is being: looked forward Over $630.000 has been raised towards rebuilding: the CONSTITUTION; l : Rccardcs3: cf the car you may now be drivln": : -come

r ,' to aa one of their beat. approximately $190. \ raised through the sate of beautiful ten color lithographs of the ship measuring: :..='" r;:

;f The student body was pleasantly 1S>4 inches x 22; inches, at 50 cents each. -a Six in the price range of the four! 5

\" ), surprised with the annuoncemonts Restoration. should be \within Once again equipped as
of completed a year. r:. The
of two
of tbe
i engagements :=
I \i l'iDradtord'. most popular teachers she looked at the height of her brilliant career, the CONSTITUTION win put $595

:' : It Is hoped that they will continue : to sea, this time on a cruise of peace, carrying her historic message to Americans --.-.. ,.; "j:;1 -,f-A' '1i.I i" t? 1a: COACH

; teaching here Just as it nothing in every principal port in the country.If :=::,,,=_.'1 3' .[jV'' '"t'r.........-.. :'1:- .. I 1".Jrtrt....'525: SJr V SEr.725rh. -

: had happened. lOU have not contributed to help save this America's foremost naval .- .. +1tb.. 0......f-.:>25 lklen.'S9
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relic, just clip oil the attached coupon and mail it in today. Act promptly; g 1p7 .o.; T"9: L U..heV..h,. 40J f
t Those whose examinations weredel..ed ;: rn Ct.w "
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OLD IRONSIDES did. '
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always
I on account of Illness did limit Till Ort).r Flak Mow \ i ....... -,.1 :\ i ."...... 67.: Ch....'....,.45 IV1GbrMMra. j
not complete their makeup work '69- : VtTanChaen f
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England by popular at Krip
j until this week. i > DEPOSIT BO CENTS IX THZ NATIONAL BANK OF PATRIOTISM< =. Al
rioal.w fc.actor RIM,Mich.TORODERITCH .
tow: sav.d Lord NeoI.... flag *
Il I .tp a. -VICTORY.OLD IRONSIDES"Navy = '
Dill Duncan senior and George) -
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Yard 431. Boston Massachusetts :: '
In man sompouore. were kept away I .
CAN WE DO LESS FOR
} from school a day or two because I want to help ave the CONSTITUTION' Enclosed yon CHEVROLET COMPANY
OUR IMMORTAL VESSEL
J *I of bad cold. I will find ... .. '. ..... .. in sumps. checkjcncmey order, {or I t Starke '
THE CONSTITUTION : I II Florida .
which please send me immediately .... . ..... copies of ,
t, ,, r.. Scoot! Andrews star forward "OLD IRONSIDESGordon Grant' beautiful ten color tainting of the famous. ship, I c. -
of the Whirlwind, had an accident
,, "I ; 4- in the Waldo game of Wednesday.A I Saved tK. Nato with a complimentary history of Tier deeds"' and. adventures.. I II

if sprained wrist was the outcome. Now L*, U. S.... Her I QUALITY
,?.I :.' All are wishing her luck la a hasty I Name ....................,..................,............ ..... AT LO'VPAGE COS ?%
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I. recovery so she will be able to Cur Aim a Picture .fOLD 4f -
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, .. .. -----------,-, r was the last of three gators-kept-at i who William Abraham, a Washing- the Would remainder Do: tattoo of 10( his Uullurd original to &urvu sun uco red, ommt'ndt'd hat' the. law be I I' An election: to dispose! of all i "'

the zoo, the first dying and tsecond I ton, D. C., importer said, robbed I mace which has yet a year to run. amended to provide that all surety: 'I questions pertaining to Sunday t

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphr being killed. him of $6,500 worth of good Inmdn be recorded by the clerk of amusements Including\ Sunday

I Wednesday night and look his automobile that the court, and that such bonds automatically movies and dancing will be heldin
SI. Pl'tenbur/l-tndl'atlons/
s Pensacola] An offer of 300 had not been capturedearly here in become liens upon lhiproperty I Clearwater March 14. The city
testimony developed today
1 acres of land 1 on St. Andrews bay today according to city and I the hearing on an application for of the bondsmen. commission, in special session

home for disabled j county authorities. Abraham ot close\ the St. Petersburg Numerous Instances were cited( Monday afternoon called the election -
for a proposed I Injunction to
f l Liw. I IJ Lured 1 a reward of $20" for returnof I dog racing tracks will be by members of the conference ; after considering! a petition
made
soldiers In Florida has been !
i his stock which he said consisted where attempts to collect: upon es asking specifically for a vote on '
,
used as a basis for an appeal to '
by J. M, Sapp, Panama City attor
: of Imported rugs and tapestries. treated bonds were fruitless, because Sunday movies which containedmore
1 Governor Carlton to remove Sheriff
A bill for such a
1I ney. providing Abraham said the robbers stopped I the bondsman between the than 700 names, 450 of
Gladstone R. Heat tie from office,
home has been introduced In congress
I him three miles west of Plant City time the bond was made. and the which were those of qualified vot
J BY OUR Senator Duncan U. were seen when attorneys for the
TOLD EXCHANGES by
about midnight and left him on the plaintiff questioned wltneeseiclosely date-for tho appearance of the defendant ers. ,

4 Fletcher. had sold everything he -- ,
made off with
when
they
highway
as to the attitude of SherR -
I ____________._ ._____ his automobile and its contents. possessed. Other Instances were Jacksonville 218 corporations I
--- -----------v I Clearwater A note dropped S Beattle toward alleged gamblingat cited where bondsmen possessed of chartered In this city during 1928. :: 1

tt ililton A calf with one eye,, a man who goes upon a railroad through a window by a prisoner In Miami Three and one half the track. Dr. Lincoln McConnell only $5.000 worth of propertywere l.tMSENJI' (
HC1IICUITLK8Beginning
NEW :
tee for two other eyes-and four track knows that he will be killed the county Jail here frustrated I an sentenced who attacked the alleged ou bonds aggregating as
he to
a .
after was
i the property of Simon If he doesn't > number of years gambling from his pulpit In the -
Is watch
ns out, and all apparent plot among a
much $50,000. .
of three months, E. 0Weimer as
prison term Dec. 30th
that Sunday
testified ,
lives here. The animal three wholesale First Baptist church,
who
Us, were killed when a train other prisoners to effect a "
1 zes In circles. struck their' automobile at a grade delivery, officers announced.John former-cafe: owner at Hia- the sheriff had not moved to stop The conference took the position Seaboard Railway schedules for
leap has started to serve his term. that It the law were amendedto
at the track It was admitted ,
crossing here. Luth and Barney Day, prisoners gambling Starke were posted as fololws:
The sentence Imposed on a conviction the principal attorneyfor require the recording of bonds
'ort Pierce Walter L. Rog- In'the Jail, were principals by Southbound
of liq that the bond stand
for Illegal possession
city attorney, has been named New Smyrna Dr.Fred Lewis in the alleged plot. the plaintiff that the testimony and providing No. 1-Local( ) 10:07: p. m.

nsel for the county board of Pattee of Coronado Beach a mem- uor also carries a fine of $500. The might be used as a ground work as a lien against the property of No. 11-(Local) 11:48: a. m. nr
t has been contested in every It would be Impossible
imlssloners.! He succeeds Judge, ber of the faculty of Rollins col- MiamI-Dade county tomato case for seeking the Republican slier the defendant No. 3-(Limited) 9:44: a. m.
y courts and bondsmen to disposeof
branch of the state a for the
.. Hammings, who has been at-: lege, has been elected to the mem- growers are facing prospects for a number of technicalities have been iff's removal.. his holdings, because of the No. 107-(Limited) 1:19 p. m.

iey for the board for 21 years. bership of the American Associa $15,000,000 crop by May, GeorgeS. No. 191-(Limited) 11:31: p.m.Northboundl .
Furthermore,,
brought up by Welmer's attorneys cloud the title.
smashing upon I
Record
r Seat Plant City-
tion of Professors. of the agricultural
University Dr. Fletcher, "
him from the penalty. The bondsmen ownIng
to save It would prevent n
Palm Beach-The Hole-ln- Pattee is professor emeritus of I committee of the Kiwanis club told continued to be the order of the of No. 2-(Local) 4:41: a. m. 'I
circuit court denied his final plea trivial amount property "
club has another member. He American literature at the Penn- members of his organization at a and ordered that day on the Plant City strawberry a surety in sums No.; 12-(Local) 3:50 p. m.
here yesterday, from standing as
eon Sikes, who negotiated the sylvania State college. meeting here. lie based his prediction market today, the volume totalling is worth because No. 4-(Limited) 8:67: p. m.

i-teenth.hole. of the' West Palm : on reports that 65 per cent he start serving his sentence to 108,320 quarts, which sold at n tar greater than his he tender of bond No. 108-(Limited) 5:40: p. m.
before
,ch Country club In a singleke. Clearwater An election has of the Mexican tomato crop had I day. 30 cents average; for $82,496, the the records would be No. 192-(Limited) arriving

> The hole Is a 180-yard been called here for March 14 to been killed\ .by cold. .weather.. West Palm Deach -- Sheriff R,. biggest rash total several paid out thousand any day searched was accepted, and It could easily be determined here at 5:31: a. m., stops only for
this season by
determine the of letting off
whether purpose passengers
Sunday moving S. Baker, who has been a colorful the 1 whether the bond was I
'. sales brought
Sort pictures should be shown In the Fort Lauderdale-A 10-year dollars. Today's from the East Coast.
in Palm Beach, county law not ,
figure 1.710.038 collectable or
kauderdale Swimming city. A petition signed by about I sentence was given In circuit court enforcement activities for the past I local market total to the cash Commissioners, attorneys for NON. 7, 8, 9, 10, (Orange Blossoms
sections of the state who was quarts. This volume shot limited trains) do not stop
j of many 700 persons, asked for the referendum here to Monty Myers twenty years, tonight: declared he past boards of county commissioners
23 for of manslaughter I returns total for the season in Starke.
gather here February a found guilty of a charge
It out clerks who participated
and shoot
was ready to meet mark, ring- and circuit court
jiiy Indoor swimming: champlon- In connection with the I the halt million dollar WminiNt Hrunrlt '
with his "future murderer, who The In the Palm heads conference -
,, tournament. Most of those Daytona Beach This city wilt killing\ of Irene Kaetzel of Mld- two weeks ago wrote him an anonymous ing up a total of $519.681.40.of shipmentsfrom expressed the < No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m.

red for the meet are holders be the scene of the 1929 conven- I dletown, Md., In an automobile letter saying that a bandof weekly tabulation market, also in ion to attend the state Iet&rmlna-I No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40 p.

tate records\ tion of the Florida State Hotel Association :smashuP on New Year's night. Five would leave the Dover at Panama City m.
eleven commissioners
gunmen 74,880 of
i The gathering will take were injured In the acci Hlllsborough, totalled the lUuo Him. Linen
others
the to place
Shreveport tomorrow for purpose I the Plant City average next week to endeavor
iampa -- Everett Hobbs, 6, son place April 3 to 5. The selectionwas dent. off." The quarts, which at organization on record as Northbound-6:10: a. m., 8:53:
of "bumping you adds state
the season
tor
|Mr. and Mrs. E. 3, Hobbs, of made at a meeting of the executive letter, crudely: written and signed"C. price that market's! cash this favoring the suggested. changes III a. m., 1:58: p. m.. 5:18: p. m., 8:58 ,

Il city, was drowned here when.lost committee of the organization Ocala Alleged negro bootleggers postmarked at Shreveport $22,464 to p.m. ,
D.
was easily the law. '
shipments '
h his balance and fell Into an held at Jacksonville. used a local cemetery to conduct reached Sheriff Baker season. The county: SouUibound-0:37: a. m., 12:07 ,t

BU drainage ditch while fishing .. a so-called "ding-dong" shortly, and after he and his deputies passed the two million at quart 2- Thomas A. Edison observed his ill. m., 4T07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:60 ,

itlie banks. The body was re St. Augustine Boxing tryobts moonshine liquor enterprise It was shot and killed\ Haywood Register: I mark today, resting tonight which Ilills- 82nd birthday Monday. Edison p. m. f ,
for
ared. for Florida have been awarded to brought out in court here when member of the notorious Ashley I 026,808 quarts received a :stands forth as the greatest Inventor I

S St. Augustine by the Florida Association one negro was arraigned and fined In spectacular gun battle borough growers have In an age singularly fruitful ,r\ J '
a The'total -
A election and costs, "Customers"would gang grand total of $581,649 Inventions, and had for his ,/
fort Myer --- special of the Amateur Athletic $150 Boca Raton recently. In i
, be held on March 12 to con-I I Union of America, it was announced strike a few blows on an old'. near I movement of strawberries from last guests among others, President ,"Ii I

I road and then the drinks would I Plant City for the full season Henry Ford uiul Harvey For colds grip
tr formation of a specjal here. The tryouts will\ be held ice can Gainesville-Charged with possession which elect Hoover ,
'
quarts
I bridge district of Pine and Bo- In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium hereon be served.. : of liquor, Mary Etta Thom year was 1,798,581 Firestone at the KdUou! winter
with, the 1,710,028 and flu take
islands and the issuance of March 15. white residing In the compares home In Ft. Myers\ "
I as, a woman out from thisnarket .
Laymen's Catholic quarts registered ,
.000 worth of bonds for hard- Orlando The 'J>!j jI
Alachua
Cooter Pond vicinity of with large held In the
a exhibit
to tonight, Industrial I
Florida was( up An 'J
of
the former one-half Truth Society
and
roads through Stuart-A
aced seven
arrested Saturday by '
county, was best shipping period the head of St. Peters- J
of the at (
meeting of representatives part casino;
fnd. foot alligator, kept at a park here, organized here at a Chief Deputy Trotter '
Wells
dolll\r'
Sheriff closing from
of still ahead The market burg's million pier
of twenty parishes t ":
Is believed to have climbed a fence Officer W W. '
and Motorcycle fL
the state. figures for last easori quoted Jan. 30 to I 5>rala-Three negro motoristsd and escaped to the woods and I the Catholic faith over Everett. The arrest was made on through April citizens and winter' .\ '
figured
attended by ,
Mlcl
to heed the decision of the sWamps, but In crossing a railroad The( society, which Arnold P. numerous complaints from residents above were the close' of Power Corporation 1,1,1' ,I,,:
be The totals at The Florida
head will 16. vlHltors.
,
| court that track and killed. It ler, of Orlando, will .
ted States supreme was run over devoted to the furnishing of "cor of the neighborhood which business on February 16 last year had an Interesting booth. ".,,. 1

lhe woman lives. She was broughtto market stood at 255,818 from the speaker's I
& information" from the layman's ; for this directly across ,
rect
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of view on the doctrines Gainesville: and taken before quarts for which the growers had datform. The Florida West Coast I __

8 point Judge 13. D. liters. On n plea of received $146,502,52, for the three Company also had n most attractive "
K of the church. Ice .
and practices "
81 ; How to Play . guilty she was assessed a flue of days of February 14, 15 and 16. display which received Relieves.
1 suspended on account :, :'
ISO, which was .-.- comment.t '
favorable :
Ocala Seventeen years ago of the woman having several f'HANUU: SfUIITVllOMHNtt: i I f |a .f. l'
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I\\\\\\ ffflRjDGB// P. 1'. Mahoney alias Patrick T. small children and a promise that MKTllODHDlHCiisstoii : Florida's exports and Imports ", l

Murphy Was indicted on a charge at approximately ) complications :
he would cense the liquor business. during 1928 valued prevents \ : !;}!
/ t- A9 p entering the railroad
of breaking: and She had a half Kallon in'her at tho group conference $80,000,000. and hastens recovery. ''J

d" Series 1928-20by station at Kendrick' He was possession at the time of the ar of county comtnUtiloners at | Lake Worth -- nebulH Lantana '11i, I7p; ,"twa

Wynne Ferguson released on bond and left for Texas : rest. the Palm Bench Congress of the bridge opened to t tralllc. :; ,

t where lie remained1 until about Slate Chamber of Commerce {I ,
Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" when he returned to Florida .....
6 years ago Charles brought to .
Green Cove Springs a few days ago, "' \;, &a I IFuel

He was recently
+R Marion county to lira. and which requiredImmediate "
Mostly was shot In both legs light at situation
wn,1" Ins,by finite, Jr. recognized by one of his wounded here this afternoon correction. The var-
'
seriously
bondsmen and has been re-arrest by Sheriff John P. Hall and Iious counties bold estreated surety : of the new Ford -( i .
system
ARTICLE No. 13 ed. hundred
Will Knight: county Jailor. The bonds runnIng into the

the preceding article a number of Interesting hand, submitted 1 by or- Mr. and Mrs officers attempted to arrest Monely i of thousands of dollars\ yet they +

Indents, wore given and opinions asked as to the proper bids and play Palm Beach Leonard- New York, reported and send Mm to the state prison: are not worth I the paper. on which has beendesigned f'x f fN'il'
A.
|: are the solutions: Wilbur farm at llaltord, from where he they are written. '! ,
to police that Jewelry approximatelY '
was recently: paroled. Mosely, >va9 The subject was precipitated by !
Answer to Problem No. 23( $25,000 in value was I Jr., attorney for for ] '
the sentenced nix months ago to serve John C. Blocker, reliabilityand
Hearts-A. K. 8 stolen from their bedroom at jlxteen months'at Halford for the ; the Pinedas\ board of county commissioners ,

Clubs- A, K, 8, 6, 4,2 Whitehall hotel today. The Leon alleged theft of a cow. Recently he who urged that thyh" .
Diamonds-none ards believed the thUt entered state) service '
given conditional pardon, county commissioners of the long i '
-1 K 8 7 4 between 3 was a ,
Spades their room some time revoked this week, He amendment of the law at j
Hearts : 9 5 which was sponsor
13. ,
rts-7 6 2 Other
o'clock this morning.
9
Ios-I,3 : Y t Clubs-Q, 7, 5 and at between $9000 Is under bond of $1,000 to answerto the next session of the legislature. : :i '

inonda-A, K, Q, J,10 : A B : Diamond}- 4, 2ea10 jewelry valued untouched, but a liquor charge in county court. Boiled down, and presented the ..:1.l; ,d I'w ; is

6, 5 : Z : Spades"-Q, J, 3,2 and $10,000 was Authorities stated today that when congress lathe form of a resolution '
-
taken.
about $3000 In cash was confer -A.. .
he was physically able. Moxely the commissioner's v "
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Hearts-Q. 1,4,3 ?? yassr iss i '
Clubs 10 !9 Mosley, 68, '.
...4... Homestead-Edward '
Diamonds 9, 8,.7, 6, 3 '" a farmer, is in a hospital at Kendall I .. ,
Get behind the wheel [r ,
A 9
Spades-- with serious Injuries, and Jose "

I score, rubber game. Z dealt and should bid two no trump. It Is then up Hernandez, 16, his ball step-son In the, Jail Is ].11"TM and Get the facts j. ''i "I'I'1yr" :
without
ed. A passed and Y bid one club to you to decide whether you should being held j "
passed, what should Z bid with goon;>> with your bid or let the notrump here as the result of a family quarrel "

[foregoing hand? bidder try for game. The purpose of all yesterday During' an argument

should bid one heart. If he does sound bidding is to find the suit that between the two, Mrs. Mosely t
ill bill fit cards, not thir- TIlE value of Ford Since all adjustments f.. i
bid two diamonds, Y will will best twenty-six told officers, the step-father attempted practical are (

hearts and all will pass. A willn teen, and this purpose can only be carried to strike the boy with astick. simplicity o f design is rupee fixed except"' the needle valvo lfii;t; t
Don't hesitate to g>>
the king of diamonds which Y out by bidding.
| she said, seized in the fuel and idler there Is
trump with the eight of hearts. take-out your partner's no trump bid The youth tally apparent practically 'ti,\ysystem.

best play is to lead the ace king whenever you hold any of the distributions :. I a hoe and slashed Mosley with U.The nothing to get out of '"Ii J' .

deuce of clubs, trumping the third just specified. latter Is not expected to live. order. J,
nd of clubs in Z's hand with the The gasoline! tank i fe built :tii'i

: of hearts, thus shutting out A. Answer to Problem No. 22 St. Petersburg Greyhound Integral with the cowl and in The choke rod on the ;\\1;; ,
loulj now lead two rounds of heart Hearts- K, Q Petersburg
of the1 St.
in Y's hand. Y should Clubs-A, I K; 10.7,5,4 racing tracks closed voluntarily bythe unusually sturdy hccause'Itis dash acts as a primer and ::1" ::1

it place Z in the lead with the acepades Diamonds- K, J, 6Spad.s Kennel club, made of heavy sheet stecf, also as a regulator of your 'i,
hearing onan
pending a /far BoUkTki Ntm Stylt"
[ so that he lead his queen : -A, 7 owners \\It
may gasoline mixture. The ,
to rust
,
plea, which ended terne plated prevent newor f
tarts, thus taking out all of the Injunction
rips. Z should now lead the nine of 1 Y i today, will be reopened} not later corrosion. An additional hot spot manifold insures p ,;

des, winning the trick in Y's band IA BI than Monday, Feb. 25 and In all factor strength is the fact complete vaporization of the ;,t 1--.

li the king of spades. Y's three club t Z i probability: there will be racing onthe that It is composed of only gosolino before it enters the 1 ;' 1-
|ks are now good;thus Y Z lose only Feb. 22 and 23, itwas uy your new '
spade trick.This surprising hand is Hearts-9, 8, 5, 2 nights of two pieces, instead of three combustion chamber of the :

oat interesting one, both in the bid- I Clubs-9, 6 said today by J. E. Brooks, or four and Is electrically engine. ""I' ,' \:''
1 Diamonds10Spade.K, Under the ruling of thecourt business ( i
; and the play, so note it carefully manager. cat on a
Q 9, 8, 6, 5 the tracks must be operated welded-not soldered. As a ma II'r fact, the ;e ta I'"' 4 dl'. '

Answer to Problem No. 21 No passed.score A,passed rubber, Y game.bid one Z dealt an.1 without gambling. of. any. kind. basis -check polder: Because of the location of fuel system of the new Ford :. ;: )r'

,1 Hearts-none B bid two hearts,Z bid two spadesanJ! Miami-Alpine BUtch 20, native the tank, the entire flow of is so simple In design and I'I ,, .i;
Clubs-A, Q 10.9.7,6,3 A passed.Y bid two no trump li bid I., ,
Diamonds-Q;?, 9, 8 three diamonds Z bid three spades and of Ocala, the fattest girl onearth getaway swiftness I II gasoline. is an even, natural so carefully made that it ,

Spades-A, 10>4 all passed.A opened a low heart which may soon be trying for new flow-following the natural requires very little service : !1 '1 I

B won with the ace. B returned! a low records off the earth when she law of gravity. This i I..* the attention. '

: Y ItAD heart;and all followed suit.low i shouldZ completes her course\ In flying Instruction hill- climbing- in simplest and most direct i':'r '
from there on'Y's ;
: play the hand begun at the Miami FlyIng The filter or sediment IJ
I Z : hand is in the lead. Z knows thatB way of supplying gasoline to "
the of diamonds. school this week. Alpine actual teststhat'sall hulb should I l>e cleaned I '
has both ace queen the carburetor without variations tlat II
[score, rubber Z dealt, bid and the top hearts. Therefore, he weighs 702 pounds and measures regular I intervals I and \j"
J In The '
the he can feet around the waist and pressure. gasoline r, :
no and A what should so plan play'that eight carburetor removed
trump passed, << screen
'
that needed to : .
Id Y bid with the foregoing hand set up a diamond trick, possible, and 40 inches around each knee. She feed pipe I of the new and washed J ;" 'f' .,

'should bid two clubs. Thailand a thus obtain one heart discard. The is five feet seven inches tall twofeet F dl_ only 18 Incite long ngaaollne.Ocor ", /' ;

unbalanced to justify its play as a other losing heart. he must trump inY's five Inches less than her cir Buick and is easily accessible all
Etrumper; ; yet it is strong enough to hand. should cumference.Bartow : prove the bottom of carburetor t 'jti, 1
r a chance for game at clubs. If the At trick three, therefore, Y S the way. o'
should be removed and the J"
which B must
ner should bid two no trump, Y lead the six of diamonds, t
Id bid three clubs. If partner then win with the queen, all following suit. -With the largest number superiority/ The gasoline passes from carburetor drained for a 't; 1

1 three no trump Y should pass. B's best lead is spade,which Y should of ballots cast In the history ofany the tank to the Carburetor few seconds. I

artner should bid two hearts over win with the ace as A will play either municipal election In Bartow, t. ,

[two club bid, Y should bid two no the ten or jack. Y should now lead the the city voted today to rescind the through a filler or sediment I our Ford dealer f i'\\ "'

'x If partner should bid two dia- jock of diamonds and 1) must play the ordinance that barred the bulb) mounted on the steel after J'' "
lead ancient look
sor two spades, Y should pass ace. Z should trump this and 3 of motion pictures onSunday. dash which separates the : these important ; I ,
he either showing Buick
n't heart. A has no heart so can little details t for when
hesitate to take out yourJner's Y's seven of spades or dis The vote stood 614 for gasoline tank from the you "
no trump bid when have overtrump have the oiled and j I
you
{ car ; ;
thanone / In you : tlJ
A more 398 against t1
win to
(igleton er a void suit, whether>our carl: !. I n no way can Sunday shows eng In e. II" '
t suit is a minor or a major. The spade trick When Y's hand ob- celebration of the victory Manager WITH MASTfcKPlECd BODi J BY I 13rii.it greased. A thorough, perl M;
I taL the lead, Y should lead the king\ the I I odic little it\ "
& distributions that warrant a take- Marquis who had sponsored Thecarburetoriespecfally checking-up costs ; .
good and Buick Motor Flint Michigan
,
4-4-4-1;5-4-3-1::642155210 ; of diward diamond Z'sa.. \. .which t heart.U now campaign on the part of the*Mar DiriiumRegister_,Company C-.I J- C.'w.vss.u designed 1 and has keen built but it has a great deal to do i If ,

((-Such; 7-3-2-1 take-outs; 7-3-3-0, or the any so-called longer Played in this way, Y Z should only quls Amusement Company, threw to deliver many with long life and .., l

ribution take-outs are And are being lose one heart one diamond and one the door of local show houlle.open thousands 'of miles continuously good '" .,,;.;' ,.... '
wed spade trick at the moat. It is a pretty to the public. Even standing Motor Co. CD I
pretty generally. H..I11iNi"
performance.
|your; partner know that take- hand and should be played out for room was at a premium through of good service. :.:
you give 8jh'e
hey practice.' To do this properly several performances.
a singleton void suit

E'ta tan en can a if better figure he thinks out chance or the the for missing no game trump suit he I to the the remaining hearts ace queen to cards the and ace in,then different five duuibwU ioikT; -*/.*. I I t' Tampa-Two. masked. bandits Starke Florida, FORD MOTOR COMPANY I; t, iF;; !


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;lit }} FOUR nn.\DFono couwra TEI,} GR.\PII. STARVE FLORIDA }FRIDAY FElmU.\R\ 2:_, uI20' !()

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i' returns 'o'r the day. .1 clssl. and silver candelabras hold- Calder FOB ALL-ALL, .. rOW CHftiTT Topic "Why Is Christianity the and later on corn
'
Those present were: Mr. and Ing yellow tapers were Mrs. J. L. S n "-r Only Adequate Religion?" Leader I Miss Ida Hagan Mrs. s I I'i;

';SocictYA I Mrs. W. L. Wall, A. E. Wall. Jr., i Serving Frazee and were Mrs.MUaes D Florence A. Montieth.I An-. i \'Jl! JUjj1 ./ 'Uf. nan Miss Edna Stansbury. Swindell and children were \ ,11,_

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall Mr. and drews, Elizabeth Andrews Ruth rwda. .,_........../Ilea_...--11'.as 7.30: p. m. Evening worship, ing Mrs. Swindell's daughter. :MM/ .

Mrs. H. A. Weeks and family Mr. I Sternberg Mary Canova, and Virginia t BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER song service and sermon. Jake Cartresson and famlh ,,lt
and Mrs J. M. Brown lee and family -
Wednesday eve-
t ______ Weeks. Prayer meeting Keystone Heights Sunday ui-: ,. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Strlngfel- During the> reception hours a \ What does God require of us? ning at 7:30.A : noon. Mr. and Mrs. Cart' ,

1111ts. AM) :JlltS. ,ALIMCUM.IN Glen Si Mary's Nursery for the, ''low land and family of Palatka Mr. delightful program was renderedas Answer read Eph. 4 : 1-2 cordial Invitation to all our have a new little daughter. i 'v'?.\
Mrs Jos. B.: Wilson of Cocoa
all.
)HNTKHT.UN: ItltllKiK beautiful shrubbery they so graInuHlv -, follows: rillUST TKACHUH: HUMILITY services extended to have named her Clara Louis..
(' presented to the club and! and Dr. Jim Dell. Vocal solo, "Into the Dawn" by Matthew 18.1-6. At the same -- ---: -- Dr. Holland of Starke wn '. ..

Mr. and Mrs Thomas Jay Alder- a letter of thanks to Mr. II. n. M lIt.! .\bllti !f. ('. WALL Dorothy Lee-Mrs. A. Z. Adklns time came the disciples unto Jesus I....... .... .........(., King Mr. and Mrs. (I. W. 111 IJ- ,

man entertained Thursday eve- Wiggins for bringing it to us, and MNTKKT.U.V:: : accompanist, !Mae Ethel Cirlffln. saying Who Is the greatest In the Tuesday afternoon! on account ?,(;

ning, Feb 14, with a Valentine supervising the planting. Violin solo, "Cradle Song" (llon- kingdom of heaven? 2. And Jesus : TIIERESSASllss : Influenza In their home. Vie >,'. 1I :1\l
Mrs. Luther Powell's name was Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall were dlno)-Alice Fernandez called a little child unto him and I. : Hlioda Zeiglcr Cor. + to report them better soon.
In their home. Red]
bridge party piecented and accepted as a memo hosts to their bridge club und Reading "A Coquette Conquer set him In the midst of them. 3. ''v, .Aoooo 1 I Miss Ida Hagan was visa!! ,
..
.oo
.o.o.os.o oo
hearts .
l were festooned about the ber of the club.A friends Wednesday evening at ed"-1\Is8: Lucille 1Iltl'l1ell.Vocal And said, Verily I say unto you Mrs. II. I). May last Tuesday nin. T

t rooms while red roses and Ja- nominating committee, composed their home on Cherry street. solo "Carlsslma" by I Except ye be converted and be- I' !Mr. Flanagan was a visitor to ing. '

ponlcas further carried out the col- of Mrs R. ].'. Demorest, The lower floor of the home Penn Wonder Why" by Lleu- come as little children, ye shall I the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.:I Miss Okie Illnsoii has been ." ,.

or scheme of decorations. Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Mrs. \V. B.Mlddleton where the guests spent the evening rance--Mrs. J.1/'. Andrews, Jr. not enter Into the kingdom vf Wallace. of sellout several days for the i I.. t

Four tables were arranged for wan .appointed. The was lovely with Its pretty i Piano solo, "Santasia"blissFlorence heaven. Whosoever therefore Mi'DV., Moore was In Hampton .I two week's, for the reason of i I., i

progressive auction bridge and the report to be given at next club arrangement of bright spring h flowers Andrews. shall humble himself as (his little on business one afternoon last mother and father being 111I ,Jil+ ,

guests found their places and meeting. consisting of sweet peas, narcissi !Mrs Emma Canova wore a black child, the same Is greatest In the week. influenza We hope they will i Ii., !I

partners by tile use of Valentine Arrangement for the post presi gladlolas and roses georgette frock with velvet trimmings 'kingdom of heaven. 5. And whoso Mr. A. L. Sullivan picked 139 : well soon, and she will again ''I, i

+ tallies. Mr. nod Mrs. Stump made dent's day in April is to be In The evening passed pleasantlywith with a shoulder corsage of shall receive one such little child 'quarts of very fine strawberries to school regular with us iMiS. I

high scores and they were presented charge of Mrs. H A. Weeks Mrs. several progressions being lavender sweet poas. In my name recelveth mo. 6. But : from his patch last Saturday receiving and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan i ,|

with a 'pair of Bilk hose and a W. E. Mlddleton and Mrs. L. A. played, at the close of which high A lovely frock of peach with a whoso shall offend one of these a sum of $35.00. Ills patch little son, Othma were visiting 'I

bridge set of score pads markers Davis. prizes were awarded Mr. J. C. corsage of sweet peas in pastel little ones which believe in me, It Is in very fine condition.Mr. : Hampton, Tuesday afternoon.

and tallies, respectively Mrs. J. Mr. C. F. Hoover, chairman of Robinson and Mrs. C. A. Knight. shades was worn by Mrs. Paul E. were better for him that a mill- BniI1.It.! C. Sullivan and Miss Louise Padgett has l h"" ?

.. Peek received an embroidered) I the city council explained the pro- The hostess served chicken salad Canova. Mrs. George; Flynn'sgown stone were hanged about his neck children spent Saturday afternoonin very 111 with influenza, but Is .1" ,.

towel and Mr. J. W. Andrews Jr., posed bond issue for a new city sandwiches, saltines, picklesand was a tomato red taffeta with and that he were drowned In the Gainesville.Mrs. to go to school again.

received a deck of cards as consolation hall. coffee with whipped cream. a corsage of red sweet peas. Mrs depth of the sea. Ruby Gaines of Gainesville Miss Thelma Sullivan w ,,

awards. Mrs. O. O. Williams of Green Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee wore a gown of black PKIYKIli: : Lord, put Thy !Spirit'; spent the week-end here with teaches in the Hampton puliii., .

Those present to enjoy the hospitality Cove Springs, sectional vice president Wall's hospitality were: Mr. and lace. Orchid georgette beaded 1 InI within us and cause us to walk In her sister. !Mrs. C. Sullivan and school spent Tuesday night wnii

of Mr. and Mrs. Aldermanwere gave a delightful and Interesting Mrs. C. A. Knight!: Mr. and Mrs. R. I amber fashioned: the gown worn by Thy Statutes. family. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A i.

: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Durns, address.Mrs. F. Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 'Mrs D. A. Montleth. The many friends: of Percy Sul- Sullivan. ,

Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Andrews Jr., U. D.. Cotter from Jackson Robinson' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Delicious refreshments of chicken 1JAPTIST: livan are glad to know that his +. -

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mr. ville, talked of the splendid club ley. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and neu-// salad, sandwiches, saltines, hearing is restored, after a very West Palm Beach | 100.w n
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mr. and work in North Carolina. Carl Johns. pickles olives,, coffee, tea and yel- Sunday school at lOa. m. Let successful operation performed by worth of improvements compleii"

t Mrs. N. Sternberg/. and Mrs. Mrs. H. II. Young read a paperon I. low and white mints were served. us increase attendance now that Dr. Summerlin of Gainesville to Conners highway.

Fred Stump, Mrs. J. L. Peek Miss The Power of Music in' Our ,,'ISSnT\' SII.WEIHI D .\. families are Improving in health. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of Winter.Haven -Operating committee .
MISS
t Alabel Weller and Mr. J. J. Truby. Midst. Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Hampton, attended church here of Clearing House plans to
V .. Misses Ethel Griffin and Florence Members of Mm. Mlddleton's MLITII SMITHMr. m. Sunday.Mr. Improve Florida citrus market.

Vf i AVOMA.VH CLUB HOLD Andrews rendered two musical Sunday school class and a numbe r Junior B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.. and Mrs. Ben Hall of Starke Fort Myers Construction of
A. B. Shaw announce -
and Mrs.
f JIKGULAK: MEETING: selections which were thor- of their friends had a delightfu e: the marriage: of their Mrs. Raymond, leader. spent Sunday here with his $60,000 addition and Hendry 81.

oughly enjoyed. party Friday evening at the horn Elizabeth tofr.! !Mid-week service, Wednesday, brother Mr. Clyde Hall and fam- wing for McCrory store progress-
,
The Starke Woman's Club held Mrs. D. E. Knight chairman of of Mrs. R. A. Weeks. daughter Mary 7:30: p. m. ily. ing rapidly
': Its regular monthly meeting Wednesday music had charge of the programfor Time passed merrily for A. Butch Smith, on Sunday, the ---.- Mr. A. H. Johns of Starke vIsit- Key West -. Central Pharmacy

afternoon Feb. 13th, with the afternoon.A young people, about fifteen thin L seventeenth of February, nineteen :MKTIIODIST; ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. being extensively remodeled.

r' the president, Mrs. G. M. Inman, salad course was served those number, In playing Jolly game I hundred and twenty-nine Gaines Feb Sullivan, during the week-end. Concrete pavement complete
presiding. hostesses which sandwiches yule .Florida. At home after You are cordially invited to attend between Breswter
present by the following : and contests after Miss Thelma Sullivan of Hampton and Bradenton
There was an Interesting business K.: M. served. 21st Monk Apartments, Braden the services at our church: Salvation
Mesdames J. H. Retch and punch was spent the week-end here with Mulberry-- Army asks
,, session, and the following Johns L. F. Smith, E. K, Ferryman .. -- ton, Fla.LATKST. this week as follows: her parents Mr. and !Mrs A, L. Polk county for $20,000 to IIUI-
business disposed of by the presi- N. Sternberg, T. C. Morris :MKS. 1':)UI.\ A.\OVA AND HULKS: FOR Sunday school Sunday morningat Sullivan'. chase home and carry on wOl'kduring

dent: Delegates for the state convention and F. II. Long. SIRS. GIA: ). FLYNN ENTERT.iIN ; l'O."t'L.nl''TIOS 10 o'clock H.' K .Perryman, Mr. II. Neilson and W. T. Zeig- 1929.
of the Florida Federationof AT A UKfKI'TlOV: supt.
.
I BRIIGE: IULIASKD: : ler of Palatka, were visiting the
Woman's; Clubs to be held at KXOAGKMKNTHANNOUNfKIt Worship Sunday at 11:00 a. m.rand :. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. '
Daytona Beach March 23-25, were ; Mrs. Emma Canova and Mrs. dealt 7:30: p. m. latter's Sunday parents .AI---: ,_' ",:: ,.,. ._ __l.I': .,. :..J! .,\,
cards ,
Pick as Zelgler
1. '
elected as follows: Mrs.. G. M. In- George Flynn entertained at a re- up your Junior League Sunday' afternoon ;
will be ready to bid ahead of Misses Thelma and Hilda Sullivan -
man. president of the Starke club, !Mrs F. II. Long of Starke, announces ,ception at the home of Mrs. Ca- you others. ', at 2:00: o'clock, Miss Fredrlka Mr. David Moore and Author FLORIDATheatre
and Mrs} Edward Burns, alternate, engagement of her nova Wednesday afternoon from the truth:: supt.
It hand Is rotten, mention Mtllken attended the B. Y. P. U.
Mrs. H. II. Young and Mrs. L. A. daughter, Margaret Peek, to Dr. 3:30: o'clock until 6:30: o'clock, 2. your Senior League Sunday eveningat at-
it. It will guide your partnerIn federation at Lawtey Sunday
Davis. A committee composing of I Bryant S. Carroll of Wlntervllle, honoring Mrs. Paul E. Canova. 0:45: o'clock, Murrah Books,
bid and'ploy.
his ternoon.
Mrs. Lenthal Wyman, Mrs Edward I The lower floor of the home was leader. GAINESVILLE
N.
If partner bldi: first, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lee and
A Burns and Mrs.'L.' F. Smith, C.Mrs.. W. T. Jackson of Baconton pen I I ensulte for this lovely affair. 3. your Mid-week devotion and Mission I
don't fall to raise. He has to play children Miss Alma Morgan, Jr.,
was appointed to assist Mrs. n. E. Ga. announces the engagement of I Quantities of narcissi calendulas study Wednesday evening at 7:30:
visItIng
Leetona were -
it and Edward of PROGRAMS WEEK: COM-:
Knight chairman of music; in Mr land I potted plants were artistically 'clock,
to
her twin daughters Myrtlce
several Mr. D.
4. Never hurry. Try Mrs. Lee's brother MK.X'IXO KKIJRUARV: 23th;
making arrangements for musicale I arranged about the rooms, a
David Powell Carpenter of Starke, -------- --
trick until you are sure J. and children here Sun-
I'KKMHYTKItlAXRev. Phillips
cards on a
to beheld Feb. 26th. The doorsof Florida, and Myrwln to Mr. Thomas 4 olor scheme of yellow and white prefer. MONDAYTUESDAYWarner
the club will be thrown to which one you day.
open of Starke Florida. I prevailing.
the public for thIs evening's pleas Teltulr Long Martha Powell and Lillian 6. Occasionally ask what suites ( Geo. H. Lowry, minister.) Strawberries are coming In quite Bros. Present
trumps. It will show you are Interested 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. rapidly now while the farmers are "The Redeeming Sin"With
, ure and there will be no admission FAMILY: ItKUMON': OF f Steruberg in dainty silk frocks received -
charged, but a silver oTerlng: will ('CUV.. T. "'I'JI: JiH- the cards in silver baskets in the game Truby, supt. preparing through their spare mo- DOLORKS: COSTELLO
be taken. Appearing on the pro led: with yellow tulle. Recelv- 6. Walk around the table when 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon ments for another crop by turning CONRAD NAGKL

gram will be Virginia Peace John- Col. W. T. Weeks was ninety-i,ng In the living room were Mrs. you are dummy and look at the by the pastor. the ground making preparationsfor Another Great Vltaphone Talk

ston and Paul Tyner of Jackson- one years old Sunday, February Emma! Canova, Mrs. George Flynn other hands. Tell them what cardsare 6:30: p. ChristIan Endeavor. plantings, tomatoes, peanuts ing Picture

17th, and has been the custom for Hid Mrs. Paul E. Canova. good and how many tricks they Plus

ville.Mrs.. n, A Weeks, chalrmuii:of years, the family held a reunIon:;;: Ushering the guests to the dln-' can take It they play right. MOVIKTOXK: : J NKWH REEL

finance, announced a musical comedy Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gaines:: i'ng room were Miss Eunice Canova 7. Don't dHbw lack of Interest (It Talks)

entitled PWalk This Way," to ville were hosts on this occasion ind Miss Marjorie Stump who when you are"dummy. Help your Plus

be, given on March 6th. A committee with all children and grandchildren wore pretty georgette frocks of partner out with suggestions A. W. Anderson J. L. Anderson Hectic Days, A Luplno Lane
other subjects
composing, Mrs. U. J. Davis, of Col. Weeks' being present green; and white. 8. Talk about for t'ontmly
1 It makes
t Mrs. L. ]h Hill and Mrs. Maurice except James William Brownlee Pouring tea and coffee at the during the game. I5-30C: Mathew At Night 15-5O'<
a Edwards was selected to assist who Is away at school. After a mid- perfectly appointed dining table ood-fellowship. ----------

Mrs. 'Veeks.The day diner was served, a number of which was covered with a lace 9. Feel free to crticlze your ANDERSON BROS. WEDNESDAYWarner
will do much better
club voted to send a letter friends and acquaintances called, cloth: and centered with an aranKemeiit partner lie Bros. Present"CONQUEST" II

1; of appreciation and thanks to wishing Col. Week many happy of calendulas and nar- is a result.
/ 10. Always' trump your part-
( ner's trick. Never take a chance. GARAGE One of their greatest all talk

/ RICANS' ARE URGED TO HELP REBUILD THEi' !; tiles.11. It Don't Is confusing.try to remember MONTH ing; JUA'K pictures, LOIS, with AVILKOV: !

12. If it lit-a money game always StationPHONE Plus
stop whlfe"1ou are ahead. It And Filling Lau 'c1 and Hardy Comedy

will leave a lasting impression and f Paramount ('onll'dyI

: FRIGATE CONSTITUTION folks will remember you. 32 -. -.'oc- MalliK-n Jt; Night. ll'i-h-;

13. Always explain your plays TIIURSDAVFRIDAYParamount

The Famous American Vessel Better Known as "Old Ironsides" Is cord particularly knowledge.! when set. It shows (S. Walnut St.) Presents

14. Disagree with the established FANNY IllUCi: and ANN PK.VMXC1TOY

Now Being Rebuilt at the Navy Yard In Boston, Massachusetts. rules and conventions. People .

will know 'you as a person. of In
Independent mind. Now Open for BusinessGeneral "NIGITCLUB"

ti i Today In the Navy Yard at Boston 1630.009( have already been received: 16. Eat chocolate caramels or Another .Tolklng'1'lc}ure
lies a .wooden hulk. Time has lose than $190,000 are still required.The other adhesive candy while play- Plus

furled her sails and shorn her of OLD IRONSIDES Save "Old Ironsides" Fund Ing. It keeps the. cards from skld- Paramount Talking ShortsPusher
her masts. The ravages of decay Is being ,completed principally dng; In The Face.
have rendered her timbers unnea- AY tear Ian tatUrad cailca through the sale of beautifully ten- --"- Repairs on all makes of Cars, lliHhop'g Candlesticks
!
worthy. This Is no common hulk downl color lithographs from the original
r but the ship that was once a navy. Lane h.. It w.*.d on high painting by the famous marine ar- Valve Grinding Battery Charging Tires Also
,
And has danead toThat Tin
n
, 0 than hundred tniny / COLLKGIANSMallnoe :
Veteran of more one the ift
... Gordon Grant, depleting
and thirty-one years of loyal service b.nn r In the sky| 'famous. ship as the looked at the w : and Tubes Auto Supplies.Standard ll'iO. A; NightSATURDAY 13-:;111'
1 to her country she Is now the proad D.n..(h It rung th. battl >shout height of her brilliant career. These ,
And burst th. cannon' roar-
h possessor of the most brilliant fight. Th. m.t.or of tha oc.an air are reasonably priced at 60 cents
i lug record of any ihlp In any navy Shall .w..p tho cloud no moro. each. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green of ."A LADY OF CHANCE"A
In the world. She U known affectionately S Starke, daughter Monday Feb. 4.
as "Old Ironsides"- The tier dock one rod with h.ro..' There Is no relic more worthy ot .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Gasoline and Metro Goldwyn Synchronized
the affections of a Nation than U
U. S. Frigate Constitution. picture
blood. Feb.
of Starke son.' Wednesday,
On her
Although she bears the scars of Wboro knelt tb. vanqulihad fo.. the Frigate Constitution. 20. With NORSIA HIIKAIIEIC And
WI... wind hurrying o'er tho decks are enshrined the proud traditione
wore
JOHNNY
42 engagements her color have for which America stand :MACK BROWN
never been dipped In defeat. One flood. Oils PlusJletn
whit She represents the Ideals for whichour
And below.
wavoa w r
of the first three naval vessels built strived tbe ) All-Star
No mar ..hall.1 th. victor' country has always I Comply
S 't by the United States she was principles> that give to our Nation Paramount News
tread,
in Hartt'a Shipyard, Boston .
launched Or know th. conquered kne_ Its prestige among the nations of I .:s- .0 Mjitlnee Night 1.V5ODR. : :
, in 1797. Commoned! In 1708. Tho harple of the shoe hall the world. It is a patriotic privilegeto and careful attention ..-. r.w1t.J7
she sailed against the French Privateers pluck contribute to her restoration asa I, I Prompt by com- ",'I'_,,""In''I[ :III' [I Jly'_ ,' ;!

who were preying on our Th. .agl of th. seal National Floating Monument By _u __ ___
commerce along the Atlantic Coast restoring her, we honor not only I i petent mechanics given all work broughthere.
and in West Indian waters leaving
Oh better that her tattered hulk "Old Ironsides." but the men. who
destruction In their wake. Should link beneath the wav| by their bravery and skill broughther We solicit a part of' the business II. M. CARROLL '
Her next duty took her Into the Her thunder. abook lb. mighty to such renown and made such I Dentist
'l blue waters of the Mediterranean\ dup glorious history for America.Every from Bradford county people. Over Corpenlng's Store
a ; where from 1803 to 1805 she bombarded And tbor should b* hor grays American know of Independence Irr Drug
forts of ..... 1 1 Phone .1:1:
the Tripoli dictating Nail to mail her holy flag Hall and would not thinkof

peace with the Buvbary Pirates and Set ...ry tbradbar .*il. letting It tall into decay. Loud ... _. ". --. d....... .. .. ,,___, ,__ Office Hours: 0 to 5*.
forever ending! our tribute to them. And five her to the god of atorm. would be the protest from every -, ,, -, .-... .. .. J. '
-
'' During the war of 1812 Ibo wona Tb lightning and tho gale corner ot our country should It be ___ =.Jh

succession of victories over the Oliver Wendell Holm... proponed. to destroy Mount Vernon .
British fleet increasing our- prestige our National Shrine. Like these EARLYSPRIN.G
abroad end InspIJ.lng- homo a historic relics the Frigate Const( :

greater faith In the new Republic most a navy in herself. Ever In. tution belongs to every American. i
"Old Ironsides" stood invincible vlnclbla. she has served under every Rebuilt and equipped as she looked. CITY BARBER SHOP 1
against the great English navy and President from. Washington to In the history-making days: of 1812.:
fought for our independence on the survivor of the bygone
Coolidge and boasts of a record a picturesque Is the best time to do
sea. aa, two generations before, tho that has never been equalled by any day of sail the will again cruIse your HAS NEW
colonial had fought for it on land. single fighting ship. the leas with proper escort, visiting painting.We MANAGEMENT

F" Her remarkable escape from the Now in the shadow or tho Bunker the ports of our country and carry a full line of the ,
British squadron off the coast of 11111 Monument, near the yard that carrying her patriotic message to highest grade paints varnishes '
New Jersey In July of 1812 the destruction gave her birth "Old Ironsides" the people of our country, a lasting brushes and every- Change In Prices "
of the Guerrlere the cap. rests in the dry dock she christened Inspiration to future generation of thing for one who wants to
tare of the Java the Cyane and tho She await rebuilding to make her i American do their own home painting.
Levant make pages of romantic sound remodelled from truck to The people of America owe a debt The of L
: quality our paints I
reading in the history of our coun keel exactly as the warn In her days' of gratitude to this champion of Haircut 40c --- Shave
and brushes Is the best 20c
try. Her conquests not only established of great glory': the history-mak our liberties and right as a nation. very ,
I
l' our freedom of the leas In tag day of 1813. No federal' appropriation This debt can only be repatd by obtainable at prices that are .:
0 1812 and made of the United State assures her preserva- restoration of the Constitution thru the very lowest.1)CWITT .:I

a flrst-claas sea power they did tion, nor Is one desired. Only the' popular subscription. Tonic 15 and 20c
more. The moral effect of her victories Caueroua response of a grateful nation : Every American la urged to buy a I II
upon the country serving to can lave her. The National Save picture of "Old Ironsides' and help JQNES
unite
: tortes In opposing a feeling factions of national and pride terr "Old which Ironsides"Rear Admiral Committee of I make possible the repayment of the IUnnW.\RE A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASKJAG : '
Philip An-
debt we owe her. The picture m.y I
I and unity! of purpose, cannot be I ,
.
over esttmated. U. 8. Navy Is chairman Is be obtained for 50 cents wch by
Staunch as her railing sufficient fund for the work writing to "Old Ironside" NayJ'Yard. I
great name the Constitution. wo* al- :through popular subscription. Over 431. Boston. alS&Chua.tta.
p.
i.

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UFRII| >\\". FEBRUARY 23.: 1021) BRADFORD COt'NTY TELKGRAI'H STARKK, FLORIDA I'AOK FIVE
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.., Z5 5 5'uZ 5 5''uZc-25Z5Z5'uZZr'uZZ' 5252.r2525 52525525'J 1 Mrs Stansbury and daughter, Miss Arrle Morton from Valdosta r ountv were treated tn H Lnc corny I I Laura of New Rlvt-i, \v'i-i transacting was vltltinB nor B Y, P, U last N

Miss Edna, were "shopping, In Jacksonville Ga.. arrived Monday 1 and (dinner by the nii'mbc'i'* ol t the business here lust wonkMr. I Suiulav night

r>1 '' will be the guest of MIH: R A. ,senior home( demoimtrntion clubs 1 O. J. Mott Has attending: !!: to Miss Lorena Green spent Mon
Tuesday. Weeks, while putting.: on the play of the county recently Kvcivthlngrved day night In Starke with friends
Bits
of business In Starke last Thursday. I
.
"Walk This Way." Itt was grown In the county, nnd relatives.
Tom Watson;; Florida Favorl Mrs Bertie Hosier and children,,
'ncludlng the cigars! which werepassed There wan a very large crowd

!a I and Stone l\Iountatlll1lelon seed J. Mr. and Mrs. L. f;. Moseley t and around otter the! meal. of nrook vllle. and Mrs.! ( erte! from here that attended tIe B. Y.

'- F. Kickllter. Warren and children, of Waldo,, P. U. Federation at Lawtey!< last
'iv l : j ?4Vs1J ; ch:Idren of the State Farm, wel'e)
j 'fad. guests of Mrs. Moseley's parent, Called to alt on the supreme were hero visiting their mother. Sunday afternoon, and had an enjoyable
''' I[ Mrs. C A, Knight Mrs. LIIKe: !S, Mr and Mrs J. C. Manning Suidav. court bench for several days. Circuit !Mrs. O W. Thomas time. Among those attending -

Lewis!! and Mn J. C. Robinson mi Judge A. V, Long yesterday Mr Allen Greene was a business were: Misses Lubedla Ptn-
Concerning Our People, Business and I I tored t to Gainesville Wednesday. announced he would leave totTallahassee visitor to Starke last Friday. holster!! Pearl Galney, Iris Brown,

J Progress of the County and Town.R I Garden and field fitoilA.. A. (C. Monday. HP expects :III'. L. U, Brown attended the Laura Newell 1<'lorene'ard., Josephine -

) Mrs. U. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. V\'. Fertilizers, Cole Planters and 1 feitlllzer he said 1, to be gone the grl.utel'l funeral of Mr N'. T. Hitch lust I C'liesser. Genevla llarrell
) distributors River's double pint of the week Judge \. \ Saturday. Elsie hurry Eunice Ilazen and ,
,
,1:52; ,,'nonsas sasasasa:I saa : nn.ll 2 S I5 2$5 Z 7 5'i 5' 5 2.I c?S S .1 i 1 Andrews Jr., spent Monday I III stock( plows at Whlto's 2-8-eout. substitute: for Judge Louie Strum,, Mr. Lloyd Harry was visiting in Mrs T. P. Ward; Messrs. Guy Har-

'lllln'oh.:1: Jacksonville. who la 111.-Gainesville Dally Sun, Waldo lust I rell. Truby Pin holster Clyde I<:
1 Thursday.Mr.
el'f
\ I R, Tliede ot Lawtey, was You inn Rt t (handMII ( .-.-_- -- ---- *
Mrs C. A. Nir:gat. MI's. Alice Feb. 16th. 1 Emery and Alph Hnzen \\ertsvIsltliiK ley. Lonnle Parker and L. A.
.,,101' to Starke Thursday.M K \ for 73c: nt Stcrnbcig's.Mr Mr. J. M. Williams and Mr. Hair.'a ------- .
I In Graham Sunday nlsht Drown
Shepard, Misses Lena Bell Shei ;
Florida
; of the University of
--- IIIld- The Gainesville aggregation; of Mr. 11. P. and L. R Galney were Misses Doris and Vivian Sowell
and Mndge
ard, Cleo! Shepard
Nolan Canova of Wald< : spent Friday with Mrs. J 10. 1\1. I
IlennK Wltkcvskl : leave today
artists w'H
vh vaudeville
M was a diet on spent Saturday morning/ t III transacting business In Starke last passed through here last Sunday
M 11'1,'' II i Starke Wednesday Itor lu Starke Monday( Rooks, aunt of Mr. Williams. Gainesville for Stnrke, where they will play I Monday.A !Mr. It. R. Brown was visiting

-- -- tonight at the Klectrlc:! Theater. large crowd was delightfully! In Lacrosse last Sunday.

Mn 1 j/. s. Butler of Waldo, vlslI Mrs. John C. O'neal and daughters The Woman's Missionary Society Manager Doll; having hooked them entertained by a Valentine partylust J Ktoryone remember B. Y. P. t'!. j
Wednesday. Mr.! 1) I. Ames of Lake Worth: Misses' Isabel! and PatUe! a nd The bunch of artists '
.1 I stHike of the Baptist church will hold for that place. Friday night at the home of every Sunday night at 730.:: ; hf
In Starke ( son, Corpew, of Gainesville, visited
was Monday. JalnVsvllle's talent
their regular m'etlnlIonday: altenioon comprising I Miss l.ori'iui Greene in honor of Among those from here attending r I',
:MSB, Hannah Swindell, was a. friends: Sunday.Mi .. at 3 o'clock at the Baplls are: Dr. Kd Clark, Kit: Flinch, Larkin Miss Ethel: Andrews of Lake But church at Little Rock last I
Jacksonville Saturday.ItoMil Chickens wanted J 1<'. Kick ----- Chas. Simpson. "'. 11,1 i,
nor, to church. Carter ler. After playing nlllllhel' of Sunday were: Mr. and !Mrs. II. P.
-- --- liter and Mrs. JIII.: Davis and 1 lei'lei. F. K.: Hale Dallas Rowurs I games, they were served with hot Galney, !Mr. and Mrs. 0V.. Ila l''

horlrty PwkaKPH t.:) ofT daughter, Jean, Mrs. It. S. "Fernar Mr. and Mrs L. 8. Hutto 'and and Harvey Jarvls.--Gainesville <'Ill1I'olnhallli cake All then zen and !Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan "'
Mr. T. J. Ciiniii left Sunday i for dez and Alice Fernandez were i In Feb. 10th, Twenty(
) Sun.
II ";trrnb.1''g.nh 1 little! daughter Juanlta were guest Dally joined In house: names and upon and son Clarence.
Baltimore to be gone several I days Glen St. !Mary Tuesday of their daughter nnd son-in-law Years Ago Today) leaving all reported having an enjoyable Rev. W. M. Moody of Lacrosse, I

und Mrs. II. A. Bishop spent: Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Hall Sundn --- --- time. Those attending the passed through here last Sunday
}[1'1},III day in Jacksonville. Mrs. 1 II.[ M. Snyder spent Monday Mi\ and Mrs II. L. Brownie afternoon In Jacksonville: The condition of Rev J. B. party from Lake Butler! were the !Mr P. A. Crosby and son, Hugh

___nO ____ ___ In Jacksonville shopping. and daughter, Mary! spent Ihe Rooney, pastor of the First Methodist follow(Ing.: Misses: I Ethel t Louise !'Jlltlel', were transacting biisinonalu

Ali s George: Flynn was shoppln : week-end In Delaud.with Col. and I Mrs. Jack Pursley, after a vlsi: lt I church of this city who suffered and Veritle Andrews, C'ediir Con- Starke last Monday I
I I nil \ .I'oliitcv. :: Ho..1---i.. ;; |i Mol,1|I Mrs. J., E.: Futch. stroke of paralysis
ksonvllle, Friday. \ a slight
II, I to relatives and friends In the city; ner Sad !Mr. Hobble 1'arrlsh ; from Mr. Tom Markey! and L. R. Wa-

V: -- only lit St'lIbl'I'I'M. Mrs. '*W. A. Sterns, and little for the past week, has returned to' lit the! Sunday morning services on New River were Misses Sara and I tern spent !Monday afternoon at
Sunday, was said to be most encouraging Laura nnd !Mr. llermle Enrlton Beach flailing.
Kelley
Palatki
her home at Hampton -
Col.: D. E. Knight spent sever daughter, Louise, and Miss Ine Times-Herald. : yesterday afternoon.Rev ley; those from Therossu Mr. O.V.. Barry was transacting I

, PINT A %WORD[ days in Tallahaslee'recen y: Abernathy ville Friday.were visitors to Jackson Honey was resting quietly Messrs. Howard and David Kt'l-j, business In Starke lust Mon

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and and those with him were encouraged and those from Graham were !\ day.

Cups and crates for sale by G. -Mrs-W. M Mr. and Mrs. John (''ewe were In I,. about the progress, ; toward recovery es Lenin and Lillian Fogg and Mr Russell Greene was visitingriends ;
COLUMN
Pearl Snyder,
It. Bennett, Burling: Bldg., nea Mrs. he is making. Revi Hooney \
daughtei Starke Sunday visiting Mrs. Johns greater portion of I the younger set) and relatives In Gainesville ,
little
and, depot. Wimberly and had just announced the text of hs: of, hooker last Sunday. ': c
: 'EWISG SOLICITED-Fancy Friday in Jackson, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green
Freddie, spent
plain; satisfaction guaranteed Mr. Green being very ill.-Luki i sermon when he suddenly appeared Mr. Aubrey Ilazen wan visiting Mr and Mrs. It. 1.;. Green spent )
Mrs P. B. Hunt, Hampton, Fla I Mrs. M. M !McGee, of Stuart, ville. Butler Times. to become faint. lie stated that in Starke last SundllY.Ie8111'R. Sunday with her mother Mrs. H.T. ,
111tlroll spent the week-end here with her' he was unable to continue the sermon !\ Clyde Kelley and Lon- Thomas. ,. "

--_ mother, Mrs. Louisa Swindell.A Mr. and Mrs. O.their A. home Andre In, The music department of the and turned going to his nle Parker were visiting", lu Lacrosse Mr. Tommy Hewitt of Lake Butler f;,

SALE-5 horsepower motor, have returned to visit Woman's club are rehearsing for i imuslrale a chair. It was then that hs'! daughtei. last Sunday was visiting: here last Tues : "

220 v, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 175 real flint. color shirt for Ifll.OC Stuart, after a several. days to be give non the eve Miss Nan Hooney, who was In Miss Jewell Cottony who has day 4.1$ I 1

rpm. Inquire at Bradford County at Sternbrrg's- here with relatives.A. I flag of March 1st. Watch for the the audience, realized that hr: been visiting! relatives In Wildwood Mr.! Malley! Lynn 'of Lacrosse, 1f'M''

Telegraph., In lather was ill and rushed to him returned home last Sunday. wan I transacting! business here last'uesday ;
children B. Surrency and E. M. and GW. program, which w:11 be printed 11'I'f
W. Edwards and Tuesday.KKOOKEK !
Mrs. J. Courier,
Plant City The Brotherhood of Gainesville, "jj I
week
the Telegraph next "
of Brooker, attended) ,Y YIIXIIIpIlUYI1tIMtIlaA111YIIIINppIN11411pIIp1lpllallNXN11pI
of 18 acre Jacksonville Ilazen ,
TOR SALE-Farm spent the week-end In .--- '-' I !,

Good for general farming. Chen] with relatives. the funeral of N.1; T. Hitch hen Dr. E. T. Campbell, -of Welakn, ....................... INIIIIXIIIINIIMIIXIIANII1nIIIXI.IIIieNInIHInIAIl14111WNXIl: it iiii iiiiiii i llliiijjjjjjj"'I'II1If'III'', '" :.1' r,;
tor cash. A. Stobo, Starke, Fla -. Saturday afternoon. .
2841'llOOD ol and BlISter Mrs. Baskerville, after( HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE" .ti
Mr. and Mrs. John Mott, : .
Medical Association -
Central
hooker[ were visitors to Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisdei attending the banquet In Gainesville: p ;\ lNH. IVai'Ie (ialncy i tV,
Jacksonville Friday visitIng -
FARM FOR RENT-Goo< Monday. were In C
1 mile from school, Must their: son-in-law and daughter, Thursday evening visited friend,) ........................ 4, I rSTARKE
house, -
I : and Mrs. W. S. Blakely. 'I in Starke Friday on their return '. ',
Mr.
have horse and work grove. Address Am expecting more Giant String; ; Mr Guy llarrell was attending "1
trip home. "
FLORIDA ..
Box 464, Starke, Fla. 2-8t less and Tennessee Beans this to business In Starke last l-'ilday. T' '..1'
W. J. and ,--- '
Epperson
week. J. F. Kickllter. Mesdames ---.r- was I transacting l'c the Brut Leading liiNiirtutre Ponipnnlo \sail j
0. Williams made her Sheriff Epperson |>rcNiMitM a:
\'OTICI-J-.J'urn1tur made and repaired r. M. Brownlee spent Friday I It Mrs. O. II
upholstering done, old I''turnedhome Gainesville with Mrs.! Dale Van official visit to the Arlington Won : business here Wednesday. FInE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND, LIABILITY e:, ;'
A. W. Redgrave has was attending '\,
an's Club In Jacksonville Friday; !Mr A. Il Surrency 10))
furniture worked over. Cabinet after a several days visit 1 In lickel. to business lu Starke lust Frliluy ADJl'BTMriNTS: ; MADi: rilO.MI'TLY ;i :
club i"
and boat work specialties. Al and to the Starke \lne8day.1 1'- '
work guaranteed at Crattmat Tampa Mrs. II. C. Wall has returned, ; She was accompan'et: ) to Starke by 'I,,",llnIlIlMIII".lnllnllftlll.'I''JIIJIII1I1I1I11II1I111l11ll1, '''!! iiiiiiiuiniiii'"imiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHmi' !!!!. !' '!!!!!!'!!!!!!!! !!!!!!ini iiiiiiiii imiii iinn'inMmmiii!!!'!!'."! ''!!!!!, ;:' ;
---- with her Mrs. R. B. Cotter.-Green Cove Mr. W, H. Kelley and daughter; ____ ____ __ .f ;'
Ice visit In Tampa -- ------ ------- --- -
Shop, Cherry street opposite Mr. E.) It!. Davis John Powell after a I ------- ;; iHj: "
plant. W. E. White, prop. 2-8 and Alice Fernandez went to Jacksonville Barents, Mr. and Mrs.! C. T. Duton. Springs Times. ----- ... ;.., ;.j\.jI ,'

' :StTOR- : -I I ,,' .
Monday. ,,. '
I Messrs. O.V.. Marks and Phil ",,,! \, f,

SALE Strawberry runnersIn L. F. Thomas of Clay county, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs attended I Magulre of DeLand! spent the. ; ;;,j'

lots from 600 to 5,000 or 10,- 'was attending to business In Starke the central Medical Association week-end In Starke ,,and were Marks acrompanied '", 1', ,,\
Mrs.
thousand, direct mmiuet in Gainesville Thursday homelY,
000 lots, 2.50 per Saturday. \
I Mrs. Maguire
from oldest nursery. Nat ivening. and l little daughterand! -

depot.Williams, f1t rke," Fla.2.154t't'OR by the. I, pr.Mr.. of C.Gainesville S. Bro0kiUKUUlfie.deal-, was (In Stark ,. :-Mrs.... ,.,.. 'D.'''''''':'A.'- "Montiethf'Mrs.' :-'-13mna '- ':," their,parents who have, Mr.Llld bee I). the MrsA guests. M ol, ,, I JI"l

Canova, Mrs. Paul Canova, Darby for the past week. ;

SAL13-Player piano In good Wednesday. pent Thursday In Jacksonville ; : ;

condition, one bedroom suite,, Mrs-Pearl;: G. Maddux! Miss LouIse hopping. Jacksonville Mr and Mrs.and Arthur:MiHH Eva Rlgdon Rlgdon ol I AF1'j3; ; d 4\\ 1 1" J,
suite and radio. visitors .
one living room Maddox, of Archer, were ,"
of Starke, vie \
hadas brother, Lacy
Fred F. Flume ind
Mrs.
Johns. 2-15- Mr. and '
Apply to Verna L. In Starke Wednesday. \ ( i
( last'weekenrl
recent guests, Mr. andJIIrs. ted In Plant City
:3tTOR'. I their tit(
R. Canova and George Dover and son of lilt with their brother-in-law and S18iter ) f (
Mrs. Florence Minn. Mr.: and Mrs. J, L. Corbett. ''l-
bungalow Thursday Ing,
SALE-Five-room spent
Flynn
George
[ Mrs. Tam-
\While here (hey motored to j''

on church street Price; all$2,500.modern Ap In Jacksonville.. Mrs. Dale Vansickel of Gainesville m? where they attended! the South :': ,
conveniences. -- --- tf '
of this ;1<'lorlda ,Fair. They returned home
2-15-31*. Oils spent several days
ply to Verna L. Johns. Messrs*. Fred Collins and
vlsl- week with her parents, Mr. and I Sunday.-Plant City Enterprise. i I IY
nitchle of Jacksonville, were aff ''I
|l"OR SALE-3000 large Simpson Starke Friday.Mr. I :\IrlV.. J. Epperson.:: I I1.
.ors In County commlH6l il lers of Lee \: .\
,'une. John Toplln, Route A, Box: ------ ----

50 SUrke, Kla. 2-15-2t-1 and Mrs. II. A. Bluhop haves Miss Inez Abernathy and Miss : "

their guest, Mrs. Bishop's aunt, tussle Mae Bennett were guests ,' ',

FOR SALE-Rhode Island Ited Hrs. II.[ A. Brown of Jacksonville: of friends over the .week-end In 't'q' '

,'ggs for setting, 75c for 15. acksonvllle. LOOK! .j'V ;
Pure stock. Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner :Mary Lou frisks only $! _l.::10 nlrrnfs'.g'espring Joe ,
tf.: In. Mrs. Edward Burns. Mrs. ,
Starke. 2-15 / lino now I t"
|
Hoover and Mrs. II. II. Young ..i
:
roil SALE.-150( 80-quart straw Mr. L. Dyal of Jacksonville, was pent Wednesday In Waldo- attendIng LOOK! 1'1 'I

berry refrigerators at seven dollars he' guest of his sister, Mrs. O. J. an auxiliary r)1fetiug.) ,I '

each delivered. Write Robinson Griffin] this week. -- I,
Ford I .
,
City, Fla. 22tf. Chutas, all varieties, Cora ,
Bros. Plant
,

;! .Cups Bennett and, crates Durlng! for Bldg sale,by near O.H [look luoy Florida Limas' Red Peanuts Bliss and Kickllter.Mr. Potatoes all varieties -,. I II I Only A Worthy Example For All To Follow ;;;" ,

,
garden seed. J F. ;
,,
WANTED:: TO BUY Pine cypress lepot. .

sweet gum and maple logs. Com -Miss Hazel 11 l
and
Lacy Illgdon :

municate ber So., Baldwin with Dense, Fla.Pine Lum It. after Mrs.a F.visit II. Johns in Cedar Is home Key again with I Underhill of Johnnie were Hudson dinner, guests at thehome $9.95 Washington set an example in thrift that we all should follpw. Thrift was : a'

R. V. Turner. Sunday ?
Mrs. :
her daughter of his father In Lawtey. *, of necessity with him hut he was farsighted enough ;
WANTED--Colored woman for roii ,-, not always a matter (, ,;

work Laundry In laundry.Starke. Apply Park It* You ran get that lii rrally.s.. for",,$1.00"r. alernbrtg's Mr. and Mrs. C. A. -Futch- and to realize its benefits to himself and to his followers, hence he practiced : :. : '

Mr. and Mrs" a. M. Sl trunk were !

PO LET-3 rooms furnished Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis- spent visitors to Jacksonville Friday af- GoodyearAWT it regularly. Start a thrift account with this bank, today, in his honor kJ:
V
apartment. One complete bath he week-end In Fernandlna with >rnoon. f' p'."

room, two separate entrances. elatlvei. taken for tailor-made

Apply Madison to Station.street Mrs., E.near L.Simmons'Filing Browne ItNTEI *, Mr. J., II.was awrence a visitor of to Keystones'ghts Star'keFriday. : jits.2-14-tf.Orders Fit. guaranteed. M. Levlton. BANK OF STARKE t"ri .' !


Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and t A ROLL OF HONOR BANK 1' ",:
W,\ >-Your orders for straw- and Lillian attenlled Balloon
Mrs. IL. B. daughters, Ruth {
Wiggins.
We represent Orrle ; ,
perry plants. Mr. the Garber-Greenberg wed- ('
rowers In Arkansas, Maryland, \Vlgg'ns: and Mrs. Taylor. spent dng: in Gainesville Tuesday eve- I fP"f!! f1 J"j' ,
with St Augustine.Mr. I
and Illinois. Orders placed Sunday in "

1' will have prompt and careful 1 1ullentloll. 'Gainesville, Ing. ,, STARKE FOLKS Iff/ J. E. CorpcninqIYA w t, 1
Snyder-GriflU Co., J. D. Doyle White, Mrs. II
Geo.
with Mr. and Mrs.
I IJ.
here !
week-end
Clarke. Fla. 2-22-tf. pent the W. White Mrs. G. W. Alder- I t:
---- -
------- '
rlends. and Mr. E. M. Rooks motor- 'I /1'
\'oM
man WOMAN'S COME ,
LOSTOne small brindle bulldog. seed In ed to Gainesville. Monday to seeKing THE A } WANT (HAY' ON '

Ruward tor return to Joe Sls- Stay Green Cucumber J. F. of Kings." d f Jry(29x1.IQ I BOSS /N ] K You pope t.HE;) COIN; TO GET A PIECE) POPYOU'LV.' .' V'I '

trunk It. original pound packages. _..- -- MY B ::4 '5A'iS"SHA''<..! of MY MIND. / GET FITS! MA '

Cickllter. Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany, I HOLtsa+ J0 A LEG 5A'lt TO STOP;: AT '.t'l; f "
FOIL SALE-Fifty head of cattle.* Weeks was theguest Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson : tI
J M Norman Lawtey. 2-22-21 : Miss Virginia Dell of Baconton, Ga., were theweekend I ''Ii
S. T. I
of her aunt Mrs. of Misses Myrtlce I fORPENlNG'SSTORE j \ ;
guests tat ;
week. size)
sedan, Gainesville this i
ron SALE:--1927 Chrysler ,of and I Myrwln Jackson.Mr. oRUG t'I '
iplendij mechanical condition ') ,

)od paint and tires; a real buy. I Mm-n 'wrurfs' M N" hroldrrcdly.40c < and Mrs. J. II. filch, Mr.nd 1 i

927 Pontiac! landau deluxe se- ut !titernts'rg's.Mlea L Mrs. Herbert hitch spent Sunday I ,' '

Jan looks and runs good. 1924 ---attend- In St. Augustine visiting!!: Mr. ;S AND GET HERA80)i) 4 I

mdard 6 Buick sedan for Blanche Alderman her fraternity J. II. Hitch's sister Mm.. W. C. the place where you get 1 re r: 1 OF CANDY AN0.:<50A1EJWRITIM "j ,L'I
of ; a
ly $150. 1927 Dodge sedan, ed a house party weekend.Dr. \"'' itten, who was recently Injured f" PAP .R..I
>I. ather upholstering, almost new at Gainesville this, In i an automobile accident, but IIInow (hN"J 't'Ar"! At lowest prices I .
I \i.t
"en. only run 16,000 mllea. Carey. Mr. L. Wylan improving and the best tire service In II
1-ton Austin ji ij ,
t'126' Ford tudor sedan. -- 1
Trafton are wife all of married days.,
Craham (Dodge) truck, extraod and Mr. week George In Pensacola.Mr. Mrs. W. S. Freeman of Claxton I town. ? Remember your your Corpening v a Drug StoreShe's I ) I,

) tires and completely overhauled pending this Ga., Mm. W. R. Carter of Tallahassee : :. T '
to i
turn to for comfort Bring *
l mechanically, new bat'y Z Shepard otnllliard. and Mrs Emma Ifelberger the one you "The Service Store I 'r:hll'hll'I; j
"
'" for berry and: Mrs. C. York City, cousins of Mr*, i IUTC/J'S SERVICE ;
Just the thing of Mr. af! New that will help her to keep hap-
the guests everything
life ;
were weeks her $ ,
the
Gainesville over STATION Fl
aullnjr Phone 142, Knight Sunday.Mr. (shop were guests ; Starke, a. I' t
for full information Will be nd'Mrs. C. A. end of Mr and Mra. II. A. Bishop. is habit r
Pleasing the wife a pleasing
r d of these I HT.1IIKK,1'LORi.L: I py. 1
to -
demonstrate any I Mrs-Wilbur Scott ofDeLand -------- I I
Inc. Construction of $50- I
'lrs Brooklng-Turnlpseed, week-end with Bristol II
** W University spent the 000 high school building started. I 1f.,
F. A. Scott. l'
Fa.! Galn88.l11e'l: Mr. and Mrs i


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:::::..::=-, I ,.. .. ". ...... .. ... j IOng-r--; 7. Do I have bright; Plant City continues to ,
!:..:.--._...::. !:!::.:: .. -.: Control In tiny : a I Imi i
Worms :
I I i 5..H ;; to iii' LQiuiry1.; t
cmily and quickly cleaned? u. S. A. and Monday opened th"
Farmers & Farming I Cucumber Fields rt Ily Dr. L. D. Lejl1'ar.5.., St. Louis, ?Mo. : I
I ArrniiBcnK'iit. rtr. market with a record for cash ncelpts .
; ; : ;
1).I.cCrulragaduaeoIIheOntario I Vetcrlnnr
1 By Planting Squash C,lleuVilH92.1 hittYi.i, *_n veterinary practice 5J 1. Is the furniture of your kitchen Handling 94,720 quarts 01>t

(Agtcultural' ( Editor) .l on daeaae. of hv. Mock and poultry. Eminent arranged so as to have steps berries at a price average of :.si 1
authority on poultry.nd ft tck .i..nllo Nationally
I Gainesvllle-- : known. poultry bre...ler.Noted author and lecturer also the l'etl'al'1I1of/ steps? 2. rents for a total cash return n<
.. Fla. By planting!, ... ,... -
-- -- ---- --- -- -- I, ''v Have you realized how you may 2936320. The season total fin!

$ early summer squash among Held I consolidate your kitchen furniture, Plant City now stands at 1,382,24s
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- A ft IIIIX which Indicates the manipulationof
of canteloupes and cucumbers, such as stove, mixing table cabinet quarts, which! have Bold for $ !K>,.
LET: US: l SIMtAVKill
ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods Found truck growers of Florida are able a spray pump and with an airof pantry sink, so that fewer 326.20.Photographs.

J To Be Best Suited to Our Country mock piety exclaims "Doctor r,, steps may be taken? 3. Have you -+-- ---
tin '1'01111 the Vermin
I to control in a fair measure two ( or of the "Snow Frol
let us spray!" He also has a taleto worn a pedometer or taken a ball
...- I of their worst enemies, the pickle) Will lilll"our I'rotlt'uwl"Thnt Ic" put on for the kiddies of Si
: .. worm and the melon worm. Are KM-- From \Vnuln Lay tell of a reborn flock that Is of twine and marked this before so Im-as Petersburg by the Florida Wem
follow routing
to your
Observations have shown taking a new interest in life and Coast Ice Company have brought
PLANT BREEDER SAYS lore proving arrangement is done and ,
the moths which lay the eggs fo : actually seems to be trying to. alter it Is done? 4. Do you realize considerably publicity to the com-
the make up for the time they lost before and St. Petersburg
these worms prefer summer miles of pany to as they
YIELDS OF CORN CAN crook-neck squash to cantaloupes Not long ago I was asked by an Charley learned his lesson. Walking that you can during save/ yourself year by a little have been reproduced in dally

I or cucumbers. Growers take advantage amateur poultry raiser whom I I While this case was an extremeone rearranging? If you do not realizE> newspapers In New York City.

of this fact by planting the same story is being enacted Pittsburgh, Des Moines and Sioux
: / know slightly If I would look over this, wear a pedometer and proveIt
t: BE RAISED GREATLY squash around the edges of their his flock and see wnat made them I many times over and not always yourself. Falls. It is probable that the,

flelda. Many growers also plant a with a happy ending. With same pictures have been used In
so droopy, dispirited and unproductive ( Height; of Tabl.t.tc
-- of the field proper construction of houses and which hare
row squash through table many others not cometo
I They were "all outa 1. Do you realize that a
Gainesville F'la-It the farm-
200 300 feet. The ,equipment proper sanitary arrangements attention.
era of Florida used only the best : Some Little Bug every planted or at the same time squashare a pep" was the way he put it. Its ,I and an occasionalI too low will cause your back to our .

varieties of seed corn the yield i cucumbers. took only a moment's examinationto 'I clean-up and disinfecting cam ache? 2. Do you realize that, a table With 66 per cent of tne Mexican
cantaloupes or
would be materially increased, To disclose the reason for this un- too high, will cause an ache tomato killed by cold weather
Always Ready This method of control has been paign, the problem of vermin is crop -
stated Fred II. Hull, assistant agronomist -I recommended strongly by J. R desirable state of affairs. His seldom encountered. Between your shoulders? 3. Do you Dade county tomato grower.

of the Experiment Station hens were just about being eaten know that if you stand erect arms face the best prospects in
Ruin Our Crops Watson, entomologist of the FlorIda I I Where those three points are year.3with
up by chicken lice.I straight to sides, palms of hands
in a recent radio talk over Experiment Station !Mr. Watson not observed however vermin a $15.000,000 crop accord-
I asked to see! the hen house and out touching! the top of your table -
the station
state WRUF. adds that It Is also a good take possession and profits suffer Ing to George Fletcher of the agricultural -
"Some little bug's bound to what I saw was what Is all too sink, stove, etc., determinesthe of
git committee the HI-
The subject of corn breedingwas i I plan to go through the field after with the poultry. Lice, fleas ticks
I I
discussed in detail by the ye some day,'" Is the way a comic the crop Is up and plant all miss- often; seen. A n old roughly built ,mites bedbugs, and many other proper height of your working wanls club. Mr. Flether spoke before .
shed had been hastily converted : surfaces?
speaker and mapy interesting facts poem have heard runs, but, after Ing hills to squash. The squash Into a hen house. To say there 'pests in Infinite variety either the club at .Miami recently

were brought to light.!; Mr. HullIs all, there Is probably more truth will grow more rapidly than the were ten thousand hiding/ places i(I suck the life blood right out of MORE THAN BEAUTY Fine steel wool Is excellent for
In charge of corn breeding workat cucumbers or canteloupes, and their unwilling hosts or cause almost NK1CI OF TAL.KIK8!
than comedy in It. for cleaning glassware.
the station, and Is Just eiitemiK/ will be more attractive to the.I: unbearable Irritation. In

his second year of this work in I Bug, bugs, bugs; little bugs moths, he says. Infested squashes sanitation or disinfection. had ever either case, the fowl Is seriously "Vltaphone has reached a stageof Fort PierceConstruction pro

( Florida. Several years are required and big/ bugs; measley little bugs should be picked and destroyed.A I weakened and the various bodily
1 which will call fora
been made. Ancient table scraps development gresslng rapidly on $10,000 citrus
'4 for production of Improved and measley big bugs; it seems I thorough spraying of lead ar- functions, Including that of egg in
n various stages of decomposition general weeding-out process packing plant.
strains so no seed are available that there Is no end to bugs of all1 senate In Bordeaux mixture will go laying, are seriously hampered. "
proved attractive tidbits for myriads the picture business says Dolores Fort Myers Building'! permits!!
distribution to farmers yet. shapes, sizes and descriptions.) I I far toward controlling, the melon Furthermore, while the parasitesare
I of files Mouldy straw lay Costello. star of "Tile Redeeming Issued here during 1928 totaled
Farmers can help themselves American farmers pay out mil worm, but not the pickle worm, seldom directly responsible for "
the and Sin Warner Bros. .latest Vita
about on dirt floor dropping $241.8116.
however, while the Experiment lions of dollars each year, lighting I according toIr.! Watson The death, except in cases of extreme the
boards being something this phone special, now showing at
Station Is working on better bugs and lose more millions of'' pickle worm lives entirely Insideof neglect, they do often sap the
chap had never heard about, the Florida Theatre. "Those people
strains, Ml. Hull said. They can 'dollars each year because bugs are I! the fruit or stalks where It is vitality to such an extent that
served to still further who have trained their voices for
do this by planting the best varieties 'f not effectually controlled Florida ': entirely out of reach of Insecticides. droppings fowls become easy prey to disease.
) befoul the already disgusting lit- the stage will rema'n on the
obtainable, by selectingseed farmers bear'' their proportionate : These It
Before the melons appear pests are preventable.
ter. In short, If I had wanted al 1 screen. The rest will find there is
In the field each fall and by share ot It. I the melon worm (feeds to a con- Is no disgrace to have them showup '
particularly! horrible example of no place for them in the 'talkies.
i refraining: from selecting for one For almost every crop grown In siderable extent on the leaves | on your premises, but it Is a
almost anything one should not don There will be no more phenomenal
" certain type, as this will result In the state there is a pest In the where it can be poisoned by the ; disgrace to let them remain. Not
I could have from extra to star, by mere
.. close breeding and will reduce the form of bugs. Some crops have al I MoraV. poultry raising only that, aside from humane considerations jumps i ir
found It here. I really marveled chance or by winning a beauty con-
yield. I number of bug pests. We farmers: | The moths which lay the eggs which are too plain to
that the birds had been so test. A star will be made only
Varieties which have shown up have to be constantly on the alert for these worms do not get abun- poor need emphasis, it Is mighty poor and those

best In variety tests conducted at''; and have our dust guns and spray! i dant until along In the spring Pro- lucky as to suffer nothing worse business to take a cut In the prof- through Intensive study ;r .
than their painful burdens of lice.Turnng who are not willing to devote their
the Experiment Station for the ing outfits ready for use, or some fessor Watson says so that early Its of any business when the cause
: to acquaintance I time to It will be compelled to dropout
past two years are Whalley Prolific I pest will have our crop ruined before -':cucumbers frequently escape their my of such a cut can so easily be re-
there lot of ,
said "Charley, ere a
Hastings! Prolific, Kilgore Red I we know It. Our work of ravages or suffer comparatively ; moved.
;
to be done here, "I convinced that In time the
things that ought am
Cob Prolific Tisdale and Smith. 'planting and -
I cultivating will be little damage, but late cucumbers
I have little that will silent drama will be a thing of
but a story IIISTS TO iioisi\vivi.s: :
'd In his talk the speaker told of ; brought to nothing. |and cantaloupes are Invariably
remember of the the and will be looked back to
help you to one past
several ways In which corn may I I I am no philosopher, but perhaps severely damaged. Usually these
Then I told him of the bicycle- "T
most important. QUESTIONS ON KITCHEN as we now speak .
be Improved. The method whichis these! bugs help to make 1\08'\ bet-|insects are present In about the
about the mother skunk bullt-for-two!
In favor now, and which Is being ter farmers We keep In closer same numbers. that story IMPROVEMENT JL
and several of her little ones who By Virginia P. Moore "Vitaphone is like new wine In
i used III the work at the Experiment touch with developments In the ( awns
"
by hunter: old bottle.
a an
were being pursued
development
Station, is the farming Industry when we have r
of pure strains by selt-polllnatlon something to spur us on. Some- I III Te hunter gained ground quite WullM, "'ootlworklIln/:. rich '

II over a number of years and recombination times these bugs even help to increase II CllllA I rapidly which alarmed the youngsters !;- 1. How are your walls finished? i green'"With

of these strains by ,I our standards living by I II not a little. "Just be patient, 2. Are they painted? 3. Are they
ch Idreu." admonished the mother, |painted a restful or an Irritating Vigoro our lawns have been
iliiK i preventing an overproduction of
crot I spoonful of grated cheese improves NOTICE!
"I'll tell what to do when the thickly! matted, a rich green all
which I you color? 4. Have you realized that
By the use of the method certain crops and causing an Increased milk or vegetable soups. The hunter continued season," says W. L. Austin, head
' Mr. Hill is using in his work good price for them. time! comes. color has a very great unconscious gardener, Frank O. Lowden Es-

results have been obtained in other |' And in the meantime the only During January 114 ('owsln Du- to gain; and finally the mother I Influence on your spirits? 6. Are tate, Oregon, Ill. "Flowers were
called a sudden halt. As the hunter walls dark and dreary, or, are DR. GEO. LYONS "
states. lie told of the Increase' thing we tan do about the bugs val county were tested for butterfat your hardier, heavily blossomed.

of corn yields lit Iowa and Con- Is to keep on flghtlm/ them Eternal : I production! by J. O. Traxler, assistant seeing success, at hand plunged they clean and cheery looking!/ and ItEC;ISTJoItl'U: Typical of the success with
boldly forward, the mother skunk I easily cleaned? 6. Is ceiling a Vigorot Complete, balanced it
your
I
iioc* >'utt by use of this plan. I vigilance la the price of suc E'SS county agent.
emarked calmly and confidently ,'lighter shade. than the walls? 7. supplies all elements of plant food
This method of breeding! Is well In growing tropw. Fortunately, I ..
-- Optometrist and
children, let !I" | Optician required for early growth, perfect
"Now us
spray la the color of your walls suited to
to corn which Is to there Is control for nearly
adapted sugar a every Tobacco plant beds In Hamilton Clean, odorless!
development.
I the first thing to do.
be canned or need fresh, he ex- I j serious bug pest of our crops'" and county are reported to be In excellent Of course, uplof the exposure of the room? Costs only lOc to 20c per 100 sq.
make thorough clean I
plaited The hybrid plants produce livestock.HUK. condition with prospectsfor was to a i 1'loor ft. Sold where you buy lawn and

i ears very uniform In size and .:...__._ I the curliest: plants'! In many the whole place. Then dlslnfe.tant'VIIS a strong ,\ 1. Is your floor painted, If so, AVlll be atIlollingsworlh garden supplies. Order today!

The ears reach the solution of dip and do you have rubber mats where s,

appearance. for at about j- I years. \ sprayed Into every crack and you stand most frequently, ? 2.! Do Shop
proper stage picking \\ I'.Ut.M( PROURAM I Il -

I advantage the same; time for a which grower In a who gerut is l! __ _.__ __ __. _______.____I "are Farmers well pleased of Wellington with their/ demonstration county- crevice.over the Lime dirt was floor dusted In order liberally to-;you floor have? 3. a Did good you linoleum put at least on the 6 STARKE V! .T99

make
neutralize It sour odoa and thicknesses of newspaper under
1 IIbIPI>> 1I1t! green corn Following Is a list of farm talksto of Austrian winter pens, I
--- !_-- ., -- be broadcast WRUF for the place still more uncomfortable your linoleum: ? Did you glue these To examine eyes and fit the
over according to Gus York, county
1'IWl'lIIZIn, : ; KIIIART. : : ) the week ending February 27. The i,agent for lice, mites, bedbugs and other ) papers to the floor? 4. Do you proper glasses. Consultationsand \ SWIFT & COMPANY product
IMPORTANT ITKMHroil : !; 1 Insect pests. Then the hens were the linoleum
: Is I I realize that papers under G. II. BENNETT
agricultural program given; from examinations free. Dr.
t'onoN CROP tlusted well with lice powder to also
iini will make it last longer,
6:30: to 7 p. m. The wave length Two hundred rose bushes have Starke Florida
Lyons can tell ,
bodies you more about
I kill the parasites on their give a resllllnnce that will be a
le 20" meters. been ordered by the home demonstration -
Gainesville, Fla. More profits Feb. 23 Swine as a Money agent in Marlon Countyfor and the dusting was repeated in great rest to you? 5. Did you give your eyes in ten minutes, free i!-IDmm'r f't1)f.---.-.ntIt-- ,

may be made by cotton farmers of Crop In Nort1'l, <' J, Lee '' club members. Halt of the seven days time. Now, whenever the linoleum a coat of clear varn- than. you could get for a $10 i
North and West Florida by the I meet my friend Charley, he InvarIably ish or shellac, when you first putIt I 1 COFFINS & CASKETS j
Km th, district agent, Agricultural number went to one club.: bill elsewhere. Call and see i
liberal use of fertilizer, and control Extension Eervice. greets me with a !gesture down in order to make It last i him. 1 l and a Full Line of

of boll weevil when necessary, I I 1j
Worms of j
Feb. 26 Kidney | During January Miss Pearl
stated J. Lee Smith, district extension Swine, Dr. D. A. Sanders assistant Jordan home agent of Nassau Undertakers Supplies
agent, In a radio talk over Save Permanent j
veterinarian, Florida Experiment county pruned 380 rose bushes 70
WRUF last week. fertilizer AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
a Station. I I I grape vines, and scores of fruit money on
A good fertilizer may be mixed Feb. Where and How We Alwaya ... band. Tha Mrrtw
27 -- trees, besides doing: the other AM. WORK: GUAIl.\\Tiin: I kaat
i at home, according to Mr. Smith. ,' at tha lowMt priraa. Btpvdul attention
Get Our Phosphates, Dr. R. C. things that a home agent has to t recommended
The formula
I was of itv H nr
Goodwin, assistant professor do. REGISTERED KMHALHUH
400 pounds superphosphate, 1001 I chemistry University of Florida: .

pound muriate potash, and 200 Four co-operative hog sales 20 Years' K\i: >(>rience ij i iI DEWITT C. JONES

f pounds of nitrate of soda or- other I' The work of wrecking the old brought 16,764.49 to farmers of j STAKKE. FLA.CSiffiC .

quickly available nitrogen carrier. electric light!; and power plant at Jackson county during January, r_

The superphosphate and potash | St. Petersburg has begun. This reports County Agent Sam Round- h .. -------

are mixed with 60 pounds> of the I plant when built had a capacity of tree. } 1QOC ;;;

' nitrate and this I I" drilled In the I 1,500 K\V which was Increasedto 8

row before planting. The remain 5,500 KW only to finally be shutdown A number of terracing demonstrations R

14 ing 150 pounds of nitrate Is used'' In 1921. It hits been a well- put on by County Agent

t as a side dressing after cotton is known land mark of the city. The K. P. Scott of Ewumbla county In Choice Strawberry Plants i

t $, ''I chopped. | Florida Power Corporation plan to January proved that there Is considerable -

No less than a bushel of good beautify the property when the Interest In terracing In r

't seed should be used for each acre debris has been removed. that county, 4 I

be stated. Varieties recommended I I have plenty of good Improved
I Missionary and Improved -
were Rhyne's Cook and Cook's r. 8

207-6. Stalks should be left ev-I Klondike, berry plants all from young beds state
cry seven IlIl'hesln the row and i

rows should be three and one-half inspected and passed; we Florida
BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS carry permit to ship
s feet apart. Getting a good stand with Red Steer high analysis i

U of the into state.
one most Important your We can Till any order at 1000, $2.75;
he declared
punts

I "DOUBLE MIXED TRIPLE TESTED" I 5000 lots or mere, $2.50 thousand. j
per
For
r 50 the
r A member of the :Military\ Trail years

t V club in Palm Beach County had I i word Bauer has

I placed some needlework In the "A A QUALITY"AT WEi recommend Swift's Red Steer meets their every stood for the! best berry plants grown, !

!: home demonstration shop to be Steer high anal'yaia demand. Made from best and today we still produce the
t. sold. After waiting! a while she fertilizers. materials it is double mixed very best. We hope to

started to town to withdraw the YOUR CALLis have
Successful farmers in thisto insure crops getting; a your orders.
material. On the way she met the
't postman who gave her a very satisfactory a Bradley's field representative-, locality are using them. Bebalanced ration of plant food. ,

check. Se went on to ready to give yon intelligent, pains cause they get their plant food It is triple reared-to make

'lawn and Invested the money In a taking; service that will help you for less money! sure of highest quality. J. A.

pump and other conveniences fort obtain best results. Prompt delivery They benefit in lower costs Cameinthisweek.Getstarton BAUERJUDSONIA

the kitchen. is another feature of
Bradley's service.Bradley's ,
freight. They save moneyed right. We can show you
--- Fertilizers grow bigger on'labor and bagging. They how ARK., BOX 10
; to save and make
money :
Florida farmers and fruit growers and better crops. Ask us to prove it. I
are lu much better position financially We have the facts.J. have less handling to do. money with Red Steer. !

than almost any other G. II. BENNETT ...;;,:
agriculturists or hort'cullurists'! In W. White & Son G. W. Roberts -
t Starke, Florida -.:..- .. -
the United States, according/ Dealers. i : :

1 County Agent T. A, Brown, In a II "
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statement made in a recent Inter- Starke Lawtey 1-

Trlow at DeLand.It .\uChorl.&l. ".\ A ____ R.
QUALITY 1'etHUcr lJe DAVIS & CO.
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(' t $ A.of Marks the ,bureau agricultural of agricultural statlntlcian I YES We can charge your l ,

economy United States department I 8 OKS 'I Ii INSURANCEAGENCY

the condition of agriculture and movement, reportingon of Look for this "' ,, It Ii yourguarantee STORAGE BATfERY In fSmith's ::1

= certain Florida vegetables says of seal on the back _

I, the beau movement of Florida: of every bag ', of qualify. ESTABLISHED 1886 Iti I ij|

1 tiff "Ilean shipments continue light, Stark' .
with most of the shipment coming I

i.., from Ilroward county I Garage Ia. [I. STARKE FLA. j

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i FOR LONGER LIFE to pass a resolution demandingthat : A total of 18,276 !iierions pass- I>! r.'\i i: t tI ,'k. N\V'.I I of Kniithui' i Muiirti-i, of Api 11. \ : t : ; :">. b.-for.- .j.> n n-, j jI

the appropriation be I aimed ed through the gates of the South m"** .,.II'lnll.. xhall l h. in' full > .. '. S> .lliMI. ,tu.i. 1 1 ToWllvrilp I'lnon- ,,,"IKIirriln"i:/ i (n/ntjr I ,
I bl i in" i on i iih dnv nf "' < Tl. South filing I ,
-, iii'Ig'- 1.1 I I i.iott.iI I I- ,
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ately introduced consideration. -.1.10rldl Fair during the first fivedays l'Mai Ill' !I. 1ISI.! < 1!:) lOiiMl ,",nlllll "''II'' :1..I"'n, I nl hIs "tl.! <.-. In tin- <"UIO.-i"urt hIll'Hi',.. |ithe ,, ..

LIVE IN FLORIDA It has been the custom an Increase! of '.t'J-M I over last liy C order I lr .the li.I.I' stock, and t twenty b" ilK( lIft I h.). place" I more" y or"owned less I lIly IIr $tiei'kF'l.'idit, I'. ".'nt I'

---, ._ of cabinet officials ever since: I ( year's record 1 check of the Kate 'InIRI'.IIJ..rl umVAHOS. Chalrmnn. and occupied by. ('. .formerly. Andreu, with thin my final for:: I flnal rcturnx dlxchnrge and mnke nx 11:1I: :::(;;..1-- I
---- -- have known J. V. KNAI'lHecri>tiiry,, I tho atuilli Said, xalv t to he
S anything about state figures revealed last rtBnl 1' .. trator of the exlate of ( : '
Sutll'Ihis 8tato Veterinarian purxtiant' I to loll Id I Decree I to nat- 1.'T
Harvey Kellogg mad. '
noted\ I ,
I1.John White deceased.UI50UOIO
I act the suggestions affairs to withhold the Introduction l ".> at Tampa
) should represents an increase of 21- I" Florida. "February Ixfy the same and coxix.II. I'.
WHIT1289t4,1 -:.
health. authority of. Battle Creek,. not l) accepted. of the appropriations bill un- :.782 admissions over the first five 11 LI! ., ._ __ __2.J,3!.- :. Ax Spvcl.ll Mauler,. V.I In KNH11"hll".r" IT. )'. I Admlniiti I ..iiorUTICI1 ,

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,I\ '. "To one who wishes to ll\e 3 Florida has according to the til the last week of the ses810n.when days' total two years ago. 0'1'11 LAYTtN *; best the calendars of both housesare ( 11. 2I I .33t3.1 \ .!" \1"1'1'1'1\01'-
or more Florida offers nnalicinl .
I IMP .M-ars C authorities In this '- '- -'- | .
TO
| more," ( advantages than any other! r I country the simplest and best jammed and when no consid Florida Power & Light CompanyWill WIOIIT I. hereby MAY given COXC'EIIX t that on: Ihe IHS \V.\NTKI: / \1'1'1,1'\1'1' 01 ,I II

-I'" I'. method of tnxatol of any state in I II eralol can' be given to the bill.: make expenditures in Tltus- lit It duy of ..h'.III.y.' A. 1)., l 5119. the Notice hereby given to Henry '
I 1 .silitiLive' I rlunltary. Hoard of I Mnody, of 1t Ueorw.- ti lm
II\" Kellogg further cites tea I the union. I collects' its revenues I appropriations bills is Intl'oI'I'I vllle within the next few months I 11111II. ,tlol.1"lurhl., I fn r.-irulnr At the! regular meeting of the I iHoopir, of Hocn Ifr.d., Mall".Maine, nnd .

,.,"IMIHH() for his belief. for state purposes by an ad valor- duced during the first week I Isession | (hat may total $8.\10. says the to 1"1 I I In' ""11111 .<. 'acting.. I III ''''II' nonrd of Bond Trustees of Hnrd- I I r. tinwnen, of: ;.lackHonv'll''I >, ;'(;'I..k j

I. Half of our diseases are C em tax on real and personal prop the 1.llel would easily '1;Tit usvilie Advocate. The lrnprus'e-< H20I, A.-lx R'c'II'Ih. 1..II.lnlll'' \Ih C I .C.'h"II.r.. | ford county l'lor"t to bo held 111001"lh I I only", ti helrx,lei-caned at law that of (Ih.Iferli.Idx;,] I I.Ia"el.

f..l'4, ,, .- maladies produced by lack: erty ; a gasoline and automobile see where expenses could be cur-,1' meats will be toward Improving Slate of ""nrlil I, .., HISS, ou the 5th A. !>., UN Admlnlxtratoi of .Htnte I'l
st
with the : tax; and ta lIed. IHI.I. 11< luixxud rol\wllM, bids be the I of I llorbort, A. Hooper, and an 1929 received by
'01" niitacl sun out occupational tax. the generator in thu local 1 plant I iit : wi hiK-ndx to apply to tha Hoimr.iolu
Continuous I does not The people of the state are I HeMitliitlonVIIKItl1AH I said board Its of I I ::; ii
have
,,1-iliHii') < air. outofrinnr I an income tax; and improvements in the local ice \ I I' Thw State Mve Stock requirements < ; A. llardlner, County Judge of I

living: day and night i is easilystble nor an inheritance tax; nor a Ior.I nroiiHed by the thinking more of plant. The office building being Siinllary Hoard i>f thu Stiite of gasoline, oils, gasses, tire, tubesand 1 .nl'ldfo") '.r'h County 1 nth,, 1929 Florid! at*.II I.).n'ii' \"n-1 ,

Florida, poration: tax t this general situation than everliefore. ..I..I., ",'II.M I 'piirxmint I to and I nrccnxorleB.The ,
I"'- In ; nor a corporation occupied by the company la also I "'liii Pt 'I' 11201 I 1. I \ M. rU' an order to tlUiu pss:1,:
A gieat variety of whoieIIK transfer tax; nor R""II'd.Iwih of A'II. above bids to Includes I xlon the hereinafter tlenrrthed realHhiute. t
:2.! I a severance tax ; being repaired a Il'W tile floor 1"'II.llllr. nias! hl. n supplies ahxetx lIt Shill nnd .

fruits and vegetables are nor a franchise tax ; nor a tax on The time when an Incompetentman being under constructlo.. ut this tofoiv, Hoitrd...ul"I.I iuusahi-duly 'vmined \

Illll.lable. at all seasons and make Intangibles. cal run' for office iu a so-call i time. I part' of Xoncx .Vox. 7, !10 and loard. and toe delivered at Iwlr. at law In and ., Ihe (

I it i-asy and delightful to follow In And. although its real and per- ed democratic primary. participated a 1 Nassau which comprlxeK all of I luival, Levy, 'lh'hl'I.i I I 10'1' Stnrke. 1.1 wl'y anj. Prnoker. (11"ln\111, ,',1.lpI'J'lb.,1 County. Florida.llld"" ,, .111..I..d'li'- ..1. ; "'

Kim-Ida a biologic regimen difti sonal property is worth In that ag in by rpublcans. democrats Ocoee Capital stock of Ocoee weml of St. Johns 11'lylnj. C Clay and The board reserves the right to lleRlniilng at a ,point where \\'< i '.;' '
socialists I tl't ti tl'i, Coiinllfx I I, hax Klvi-n I dii uiureiKiid" Street i-rttxxex 8rt Stic.iton u ,
| nit or impossible in less favor. gregate six billion dollars, the as whatnot Financing Company increased, one notlco of HIM iixtabllxhmeiit I I of t xiuhiimrHiitliii reject. any or all bids \ the Kllft Hide of \%'SMt ml"'luld st.

..1 climate. sessment of all the real and and by all sorts of Improper prac- third. | 1 I I > ax ri>iinlt-i I >d by ild I Chaiilor K. S. MATTHKW8. and on SIll,i'h hl. of !trd. Ht. nml, i imKant Ii.
personal : : ::
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Ices and Illegal political methods .1201( ami all nect-xxury dipping I : 174''" feet to I point of ,l"-Rin I II
.;. The gravest menace' to per- I property for state IHI'lloMesl Orlando Central }.IOI'ldl Exposition I I t In. rVui-t-N, corni nnd i IIPIIH have Chairman.ATTCST : I nliig: t hell.."-" run Smith AOA f'->-t !I.I a ,

."n. past 60 yearifls I degeneration amounts to only seven hundred secure the party nomination, and : will be held here February h"1 t'l ii. I'tu't. I In Hradford I'us'II- : .t.k.: thence I'unV..1 17!' feet I

i or hardening of the blood million dollars.It then be able after that to cull upon 19-23. !lS.K.i"rllllV.W'1'" .' .._ .. !' 'I. ll l.vllol of C. ,A _l.'TITPirSecrctaiy._ -- .. more thence or IVHH nlotiHT to \"'..tI1IrpII.'t.! of Mttuoreland -; ,

1 ve8sel. la the members of this so-called party ,(>\\'. THUIIKFOHH.: :;: :I J"1 .hI.
sunshine is the pow. free of indebtedness bond- Winter Harden Pub- IllIT} HISULVKb. -!- 2-S-U-3-1. Street 6r f..1 I. n lak.; \
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1.1"111 to stand by its nominee regardless 1.'lorldl ; Hy S th.i Slate 1.lv. stock I lltlfli'I' line of I HcrmaMLtC'laro .
ed ,
( HI, nil of all means of combatting or otherwise; has cash In Its lice Service Company offers $250- -la Hilary t Hoard" of I Its St at e' or "'Inl- --- ----- 1' ,I..RI4':171 I: feet: to A Make;: ; .
Miir.it: 1:1
(tIaMes of the arteries. Sunshine treasury; pays Its way as It goes. of his fitness for office or the 000 tor municipal light plant. I HUM id.l., I In regular 1..1111 I I axn In ., \IIIU'C'I.j- --M : i iTl'3 I Ihrtiii-e 11r..1 to :lrd St ret: .\
) Hth ,
methods. by which he was nominated diiy of .-)'. A. I I., thence Wi>xt it hound.iry,
| plentiful in Florida eliminatesdallge'r Its method of taxation is thestate's Fort Myers Hunk of Fort 1!10 2!9.; Hint t I regular I, xyxtfimulc: : dipping I :I 11 '. II'HI.l Thnt nt line of 3rd Street 13K. feet to point ,
has definitely passed. Party of (-little xhiill he lu-Id In xuld, liriidfor :I meeting Council
of apoplexy and means the greatest asset. Change n "IIIII' I" of ii'glItlll nu. h.lnl I Kant half of
this or allegiance' will fall very lightly Myers & Trust Company hlcl'eniel : ,.1 I County, Florldn, which' Ix a | orUo tt "City !tt 1..1., I Hrndfurd, 5,sll I lie,,St Ililli of Section I 2 J.
[ addition of many years to a useful vary In the nllRhest and incalculable ; 'deposits $60,000 1938. of xald Hono No. 10) nt each; of ,ount) 1.1".11. 1" ,, I Iho IMIi 6 South. Kitnge S3 Kant.PICANK .
harm will be done to I upon 1'lorltl citizens In the future durlM/ the oitlciitl, I <1IPIII vain Infilled I In day! of | "'. A. .t>.. 192M, nt t Itxregular 1'11\'I.hll II. liOWNKHAdmlnlxtrator : /
Miami Site purchased for location |ill ,' I I I I : i: : \ : : ;
dayx and Oil ,
lit I the state. I as d to correck .. 'Ully. t.., meeting pliice In the (Mty uf I of I. .tnl.of
l Sunshine and out-of-door _M.O ._ _. 1"ln, are the most effective means I Why should the ad valorem tax luw uuuifes taI iiuw CAICH I i rexpectlvely.'I-, IIMIIIVT I >i rt\-ii xucn nipping I vatf, h.inl iinment the r"no\I.1 niem- 2-l-Kt-3-l (
The I
this state ana to vote for the best naiiiex of each* of xnld council', : (II.I -
on real and [ xnld .dipping, h'r. .r \
I ,combatting t tuberculosis rheu- personal property be VII. In saul comity and \V. I. Wnll. N
01 of his The the cia ye and, I of AI.I.'III. H.rlh.I'I. I 011112
I mutism and other chronic con- eliminated from the state taxation man, regardless party. Si \s'l'iie'e: '(1'1'1 t SII.I-! .' "I.of. culMo regular I xyxtfniiillo A. I'uvlx und i' F. In"". ; uh..lt.
,
democratic and the administration 1"111 thereat I
? party state are Al wlilch ill. t I .rllil proreedlngn I
Jm* u t.onal maladies. 'I Hereby notice I,. glviMi that under l .. folow.: I were hud, among. Ill Circuit Court, Hrndforil County.Florida. .
.
In }< are on trial. .| l ice for II riud toni whllh
:'. A man who lives In a cold The expenses of the state gov- 'lorldo niul by virtue of thnt rertiiln Fl'ml. .. foiinO. Florida were the following I : In Chancery.L. 11
ernment more than ever ; tld' It I Is l>erne of forrcloHiire made by tho Name of vnt l'nund"11 i N. Sternberg iireapnted LoulMe. llnrman.I :
J northern climate consumes a large today are approximately) Judge of tha Twi'iity-Nlxt ..liKlldulin I IAt. I I anil I moved forHx ComplainantWalter
I llarrell.
of the .March 5, I c'"lllu .1.111. .
that the welfare 1029. .
1 I purl of his energy in keeping forty millions of dollars. There i Is my oplulon '- nit, I hi Hinl fur H..dfol.,1 t'oimty 1 thit'" I thereiifter. .lhl every I nl""hn I ,",H.lnpllOI I and 1'1', v.. I
raised by the state is more Important and dearerto Florida on tliu ,clay of Fvli. County, I Line, March S without I t to t nny J. Hnrmnn.I :'
ad valorem 1 9 29, und ntt'II" .
A mild, genial climate is tax on .
warm. A. 1> 1D2U, In favor or HnulroruCounty I
: I Hefendiint.
the of people In this every M d layx thereafter., I tIe. and I Councilman I I I 1
I conductive of longevity because real and personal property only approximately great mass I I Hunk a t i.n, ami I I March I L. Wall t""I'1 xald motion toadopt I Order ... 1'nl.llcntlon ,
: '( olfcc; .J' 1IIIhr"y. 6. I !929, linil ev ....n.. I
five state than their allegiance to any against Ira (1 et I. 'isc thereafter and sin Id ordinance I Inaccordance I It appearing by altldavlt attached
I the vital energy is conserved. millions of dol 11(15 Ii I". l I flf* SnffclHl :: I.. |
political party. "h. In.l.r.lll.el. .rr. March It, i 1H21I, ltd with i xaid motion I and to Ihv bill of comvJalnt filed In the j 1': ,I,
6 Persons living in a mild lars. AH the remainder of thstate's lllI.r. ol. fe. miltt I II In I 1 "yx I ilel'Sft tier. I every Nil hi niul Inn then a'.1 I h..r. i'.111 C l nhoM cauxo, that the I..hne.of '4' 1,
lower expenses Is taken ---- -- I runt I h. South of the Court Hexxent. March tl, 1020) and every put to a Vole of I the AYIand! I WiilliM-. I llarmaii In Ilklown tocomiilnlnint '
climate have a metabolismrate care oC HOUH In Wturke KlorMit lieweenin
I. I
: T1IK: : I 14 lays thereafter. and I the roll being called \ ; Hint there In no 1'1..1 I
that is, the bodily mdchinery by the automobile and gasoline tax \n.HTlsISO 'T.\TJ hoiu-H of 11 a. m. and :i p, 111., on Hi-een l March Ii I. 1529>, and every, wax 'iinanlmiiuxly I' I I curried Hlllmnll1 I I I!, In the State of Florida, 1""wl 0
I I and the occupational Monday 11..rdl 4ih. 11I.\ to 14 diiyx thereafter.) of nil: niemuerx: pruiicnt; ; whli-h 0'ordinance I- 1 .r"\t. xervlee of III-OCC-HH upon .
tax. Heal and '
l Is slowed down not enough to les- iiiKiiem' t-nxh C
"lcc. 11"j New lllver, 1 would bind I LIt "I defendant J .
March 7, HI2K ,
Governor Carlton favors a national and ev- Ix i In wordx and llgnr following. I ., ,
Isen but enough to lessen personal property pay an Infinites following I"..' | .1..1)| ly.' cry I 14
| eJlclency.tear. mat portion of the state's expenses advertising campaign for nl.1", being : 11'111",1 I 1 VMwnriiH.: ) March I 7, l 929! and every AN dId Ii NANI'I1" IS1ITI.I':1 ANOHPI.AS'I t ore or.lp"c t hut xald 1 defendant tie T\\t'\ ;
the of tlie state. lo.wl 14 cy. 1 h"I"1' ) nml, to the bill of Complaint.
expense A tindlvldefl IntereHt r"I.1"ll"h. '
Florida 1.(11 &
7. A warm climate encourages only one-eighth. The pretext for a In.h'-'ourlh.( following the South 11129, and every, 14 '1'ltIVIIIS"": Si'llSi l'I I I In I hi.I can He, .. or I"ror. the 4 tin "! !
of the \.I.INI ,
I activity of the skin and In consequence the elimination of this tax Is that At the all-Florida Congress half of South, half (.f h.d.1.., 11 tl Scc-" "") thoreatter.tI"dgu', .March. R I 'i'() Till': qiTtl.li"iI'l IKLI'ICTOKS : I I day of March, A. H. 1121.! h.rw I.. I
the Florida State Chamber of Commerce Jon 30, To\vnnhli C| A, 1 ItanKe, ) I'INt'outdoing 1 1929 a 11 every : : OK ( use 11"lolnl. of "" bil will ;
various ilnyM I 1'111'I'I'Y .
free water drinking. This counties vie with each : :: 1 h..lfl.r. told by It l I.
at Palm Beach a few days 20) acre, iilno Vest hall riimtpx., HTAIIKM, Till'I )'i! Ql'I'I'I'IOS: ) I P' IS- ...
I secures thorough washing ot the other in seeing which can asses .'1 Uot 1 I. and SoutheaHt fiimrter nl f 14 daVB, Ilierenfler.tu. 1029!), nnd every SlflNdOF "WI'I.\I': : 'l'IIOIINI further, ordered that I this notice b.
,
its ago, the Governor declared the South half of lot Dm-) 31Townxhlp ,Hill: : I ( $ l2ion.ooi( { |>ulillxhiMl once a week for four con- I II
the Mnrch 1'011.-11 1'
I body and keeps the blood free property lowest. This can 1.,101 H, 1U29, nnd every 14 xecullve weeks In t the iti'a'ltorut [I II
time had arrived when Floridashould I 0, I UIIIIR-U 2ti (, I, rtiivn t thnrenfter., Foil TIIH: I-'II.IIINI( I A Ml'INICIPAL I I
( from Imprities. Citrus fruits laden be remedied by an act being pa"sed taining: I :I f>0 acl'eH, more or.I'I)eH: '|iso Warren.:: :;:; March, 0, 1829! and I I I hll.IIN'1 I WI'IIS 'rll''County' I "'.I"K"I\h. published ,, l''
the every ,
at the remove Its wares from Hunt:: half of NorthweKt quarter, "il 14 dnyx CITY OF I MII"'k. t..lo..I. ; 1//
] with vitamins and blood-building coming session of the leg.'sUUnre : shelves and place them on the \orlh\veot quarter and Kuxt half I nlSoulhweH ,t I'" .".C thereafler.Mnn-h tl, 1029 and 14 I HI'! IT 011.\11':1 1'I by Cite City :|: Till Ih. day) of Ja.ll.ry. A. 4)I I",

(salts supply liquid nourishment of1' creating three or more oC t quarter I of Null h vest dnj-H thereafter. o..y I Council nf HI"k." 11..1'tn",1 I I. 11129. .. ; ,
counter and In the show windows. anil SotilhwpHt : ,, (I. W. I 'j
luarter nliouthwexl VValUer., ) Florida t that I there
1 the choicest! and purest sort The the state cabinet a!an equalizattoi He suggested that perhaps. a certain $ quarter: of 'IWhv.;\ r 14 .I"y. I ierva. March tlpr!I.. t 1929! and every I lie I,.ill'ullY.. I In the xald,city I at thu |I"Hhnll' Clerk of I ALPI'IMAN.. t, t

I board with full'and complete 'I(III Herlton 3 2. B, i-nl City I I the -12IM' day of (SKAL) fly : : ; I1''III
world affords better pow- March 1
no means of : ;: :'I 1:: 1"11'1. I II i, 1021.! and HI.N"HI'I.ll'IAN
( era to equalize assessments In the portion of the gasoline tax otl,I flrll Ilge 20 :KuM. ; DO 14 ) ,,,,,",ri,"i'. every March I A. 111.112'| : i !:, n xpeclal; C electionIn I I ) LI"lk. ,e 't
satisfying thirst and promoting might be set aside as the advertising her In"" or leH.. Mnnxel. March 1 12, 1929 and nt'iris the provlxloiiM of K.L: JOHNS, ,
(elimination by the skin and various counties. I this Is doneIt hw Also| C tha title and interest to I 14 ,hy. I thereafter. every the ,.",.tlllll Ion and \lawn, of I the (Hollclior for t'omplainant2'.l.-Zt-34_. .;. -
fund. I I
jniys kid-I ,will eliminate any reason for the r.lowlll .Ilnc.. h.I.IKIII toIi'a Siimpxon, I'IY\l March 12, 192(1( a us,1'et'ery .til.of I Including. I the charter -- "'
than Florida ,
grange juice. The governor did not Indicate ; :: 'II' I M < I\ipi't' tIer. of I the city of HI ark,', xald xpeclHleloctlon : 4)1" \MTIOIt'N: "
lit Bradford Florida. .' 01'1'1' M.\I,1
abolition C It
, of the ad valorem rounly / ':
tax. lloMlur I
March ,
'e The combination of sunny 12, 192s, nndevery to ii..h..lln.' I I lie quexllon t of I.' ;
made with Lot Two and
hat his mind was up North half of but I II. I 14 daya I ,
I of .
I days with cool nights Is most for- I, The constitution contemplates' reference to utilizing the gas tax 1"101 :31 t i, "owI.hlll B, Kanve :I'll hail .Ih""rl.r&", 13, I 1929 every 14 1".ulll) dollarM'I'w.lve In licindif Thou""I,1 of the UU.011.10) City I Notice ,. h.rfh)given thnt underiiml .
that the 1 ) I Ii I I cv'I'" mure or al,1 vlrttia of I final i. 't
I business of the state shall I.t. 1" dnyx I thereafter. of hy hIl ..rlall t' :
tunate and gives to Florida the IStarko for tile of '
toward finding the I" A iso Lot I 12 Hlork is Ward, 1..11... 111.1.InK" .
as a means ilocroH of uii If'
March 13 CI'.lo.u. 1
.
l'I'O.by. 1929 "I" .
, I distinct advantage over warm reg- be conducted by the governor and money. lie declared he was suggesting 'ity, Florida! Section 8, Townxhlp: : 7. I 14 dnyx thereufler.. 11,1 every Hall, miink'lpal xald City)building of Slarke., or Ciy nary r It. A. 1. I 1429. ) I Itonorabl 3"j r j ,I!.
HaiiRH 20 i'ust, iso I Lot ,
H 11 anil 12of wlhll
i
lion the six administrative officers' of ; March I A. /. of the Circuit :
which are less favorably slt- NU"III. 13, 1929 and ev- III-: I tolti' IA IN : I Adkln. Jldl'
. this merely to observe the Blo.k 111, of Ward City, Section I u therenfter.' 1"I'll'II't 1':1 hit Court, In and, (fount, 1 1'
the executive department. See sec 8, Townxhip 7. &South, Itanire ;20<> enxt.J. ". : t thu I..u. I piirxuanca .
tiated. From whichever direction reaction of the people I in order VVynn, March 14, 1929, and every IlIHI. bear ( January. .Ixt.i )" 10.11. In thnt certain enn wher. I tt'l' '
17 or 4. et I L. FUA.KHSpecial I 14 day I thereafter.* .1..1.1 ell In Howling In complainant anal '
,
[the wind comes sweeps clear ton al.tce seq. I I !>, and In of I
I that he might determine whether I. .lon"II\lllun. ,. ,
I The makes certain K. >tr. IIHI"r. VUI''III. March 14. 1929 I : nnd ev I Ill I Iliotixnndii I I ii C. H. Itolierlx I wlilower.; mMiiiui >tf'ounty \/ 1//fl)
across the state so that sunstroke .t would be idea. He I JOlR. I thereafter.Walnwrlifht. C.01011 Hunk a corporation ; Hank I, I
a popular : and I xhall I I I lie nmturuin "J .
list practically unknown thus preventing of such' officers members of the Solicitor !!' !' 2-15-3t-3-l, I March 14, 1929 and" followM lulb.I... I i nf Hturlv. n. coporallon; and Ih.le-
:
was emphatic, however In his declaration 14 .
every dnyx thereafter. and ,
ii let I Compiinv, a corporation
I state boards, thus Indicating the s'I'li'l OK II.K: Number Amount "oluk
the depressing and devitajllzing that state advertising is : ("IO"t. A 11"1111', March I 1.1, 1929 and ev- One 1 ) :111"11)| VII'k Mlllx, ore defMiidiintx -
effects of continuous heat. policy, and Intent of the constitution cry .. thereafter. 11,0011.00 July the underxlgnvd' its Spe'I'
necessa ry. HI'ollVIII. mayor of $ta rho. Johnx, Mnrch IG. !1129 Two 'I.IOn.lo.f I u Iy I ixt, I HIM:' l 1",
3 !1. and every 14 c-lal appointed in Hilt, final
that the state's business shall 1 of authority I vixted Threa M.OOO.UO July I let I9U2Four I 111"1 \ I
9. The hospitable climate of Ihll. I. days thereafter. ,
Whether the suggestion that the sell for cnxr to the hint
,
be conducted' by the oflicers le by law. do hereby .1 all t I March, IS, 1929 nnd tl.iioii.iio July Ixl. 19:13Flva : 1..1. [
of
j Florida renders the necessaries! of provided advertls.'ng: fund be created by the .1.t"l to ba )held nt the hall 'lwrl'd.14 I ilnyn thereafter. every ( } July Ixt, 19.14( 110 Illirhext hhhl'r., 1r'Olt f
I life and for by the all I city I I on '.1..11) :111'h I 1. Therexxu, I III, six 11.010.01) July let, l : I lie liouxu 11 I.rl. 1 {tI
so easily Inexpensively consttuton. gas tax or whether it come from 1929. to \ 1 I 14 dayn 1I''h 1929 (ld ev- I ( July I I lar: I I.'ittl ford County. Florida, fn Oi. :
'
\ I available that one of the chief being elected by people. They other source should be determinedby he city of Slnrke xlulll I I las lu. hI,1' ) March."HI rter., 1929 and M\'ol Klght II.OIO./I I ) July I I 1.1.11:11 I : lilly (its Fourlli day of 1Ir'h. A. l>. l

I causes of for people are the only officers of the executive in tli" amount of $13.0011.00 I ) ( ,. I 14 0111"1.dls I ht'r..tt.r.' "\1) Nine fl.OHO.OO) July I Ixl 1.1., I 9tui'i'on ; 1 Illill. .ilurlng the legnl 1"11'. nalo, j :,1 ,
worry many the people the state before the irectlon of for lbs of nalil
a municipal building In I I i i-t'li HI ll.lioo.vi' ) July Ixl, IUI1'I.v"l : purpoxe ..I..ty.,1 r I"
It 1929 .
department who have Hlnl. 'II'I. ii nOeei'y
disappears thus eliminating one of any convening of the legislature. The aid city.JnxpectorH. 14 dayx : I 1.011..0 July I Ixt. 19411) 11'1.1.. "'.. this rolowll' t
I'I'the real responsibility in connection of snlil election : A.V. Ih"r"Ir.r1 being In h t, '
01.1
t each II.lllitJ.lJi( July i 1.11 .tI.
[ most 'common and active pointed out that visi A ti,1,' I .,1 .v.ry I..I'.UI. 'l'w.lvB l.t.IU4 to-wlt
governor ) M. Humphrey I I"' A. or C 1"1 .unly. Florldn : 'I I
with affairs ; : ; who now or II Hoi h principal and '
state The equalization icolt .I'rl.l. : KI'lllIlIl'k.lii cn.lol. Inlor..t '
.
T. N. Noiitheiixl of
( of breakdown ; Hout"'I"
causes premature onto Florida contribute hundreds (I it I or in-r- I In gold coin of t United 'I'h. 'lllu'l.r t
I board should be composed of, I tpxtlmony whereof I hereuntoitibxcrlbe In uwn..r <1"lucl"l 1. 1"'YIII. Ih. "-" quarter; I the [ 'tliarter ,' \.
MIlls charga f I .t )
America of thu irexentW'luht
[ and shortened life. of thousands of dollars to tny name, anil, cutixe the ( 111" now or .. ft ( of Hotitlieaxt iiunrter and, the South '
I these officers that h".lrl.r Hradford I and Mt' at I the I lla.imvorNallomil I
10. There Is no place in America so the creationof the treasury I through the tax eal of paid city to he h.r"1110 afIxed County, 1..10111.1.111, a"'wl law "required, I C I' 'lllllt In I the City of New vuxt <|11"1.1 of H"llhw"HI iiuarter '11" I
r the board would cause' no additional gR I h. thu HI h duy .f 'bl'U.I')', dip 10 1'"lk of ((241), In. ,."' 111/
and in the ul 1 within fourteen York xnld I uondx are purrhaxed M"'lul Twenly-h.I' '
probably no place and It Is evdent: that In citing this A. n. 1\ 111... I I be- C
flayx f exeexx
and 1
Ill Including I I tlm CI Ih. I. .. .
t to the state lIlt ( If xn then I will .lu.ll1
expenses govern- IIAIIOLII C. WAT.U they
world safer for who is In mind the creation of I the I 1"01) thereto und morn particular- .
he hud !Itplflctiaten sst IdColJliy,
} UK Hpecle be such banking Inxtltullon
apel's211u -
I ment. NT.n.vefATTK8T lt ......... ... ....
-- a iiiortfxiiiii' I, 1111 el" I-
luuvaiiceci in yeara. ..riieumuuiaI I unil in a manner that would note : : Ix to. e. .....ll., that I ax ..tr""I"h'1 l i h I lIe purchaxer nt Sotilheaxt corner of Werlloa

I carries off thousands of elderly II I I And why should the state'credit > burdensome to Floridians. ('. A. KUTC-lt (SHAD und I (.rj.n,: 'W.I, .:hi duy: :of'Murch: I from::, not bear, or l'rChl., .I., Ilhl bondx than, xlx t to Twenty-four his ((21) nnd running Wear 5F ,

I or its funds be used for the purpose City Clerk 2-15-: A. >., J c>n. more of the of- : I 11. 111""Ht C on xectlon line, one bnnilreil ( I00haliiH '
people each winter. These suc- Is five percent unnuni, wenil-
The gas tax at present ",'I I 1nll.
of indebtedness a 5 ilexi-rlbcij I I I In the nr.r..I.1 I I 1'1 < I lluincu Ninth Twenty ((20* t ,
I cumb, not to cold air: but to un- I' alleviating county cents a gallon, but one cent of this I') rvxoliitloii i _ami Nt''h.tll.I an .h.1 I I b. ISO I 1.1)"' } : unioN, thenc-H lOuxt one litindreclHMD ,
if it constitutionally could moxt convenient, or / r oIIAINI'llhnl ( haliiM, In section line; thence 1', j
I wholesome indoor conditions he discontinued automatically own.r I h form of I" i lot !
Is to fl
sum .. .t .
TO .
be done? WHOM IT MAY CONCKH-V: "l.I"llnl or 1'1..1 In charge of I South to point. of beginning, excepting jt'
I which cold air Imposes upon perSons I on June 30 by statutory Notice hereby vlven that tiu":4titte I cut t Ic, upon Ih. Oats "" ",'11..1 "1".11 i tie election sIsal I ,ba. ""h"lln< I ItxTerrom about Thirty-five (K6> f '
assistance' that the lat, : Live .for. official I rattle i ly II I form "I-1:
The I r.l"wIII
Stock ,
I Sanitary Hoard of dll'I.111 ut iK'i'UH on North t nlde of xald HoiithVHHt -
of sedentary vocations. In I could reasonably provide would be Imitation.: The legislature of 1927 lb. State of Florida." In regular, .I. respectively, uld dip or Clrl"h'IAI., or of Hond ..1..ll iiuarter, ,of Soiitheaxt, iiuarter.i lt I

1 J'iorida. no matter how aged per- Increased the tax from four to five moss ii'g .... .. on I tha Hth I day catixe to be dipped all mich cuttle, h. City of Hlarke. 1"I.r"'I.' i c-ontii Inlng one hundred xnventy-ftvaj
inflnitesmal the of each nnd l h..1' on Ihe) I2th day fr I
as compared to February A. !) every rulrl..1 diiyx from I7A lAss In said 5cc-
) acren more or
eons hope to cents the additional 'cent going to 19:1. al"p.vdth. A. D. I9iil.( Make X to Ihu
may escape pneu- I foilowlnK reHolut : and after the O llrnt dip I a croxH I ((24).
monia germS which are Imminent needs of the respective counties.It the school fund. This the law- THO: IT HMSOLVICD: : by the Htnt I ping C : of xiicli: cuttle: rexpKctlvely I In h't of I Ihu 11.1101, either for or thus Alxi Twenty-four> tho Northeaxt fiimrter and ,
would not materially help the .Ive Stock Sanitary the .ud i of the aforexald vain shall xo I.dl".t., the Way
an 1111..I.
I UOof the Kant half of Northwext iniarlor;
In the north. wherever human be- making body d.d despite the fact : late of I"'Iorld., I In legli 1.1 r meetliiKHxembled I moxt convenient and on I lie ut latex YOl L..I.8 to Vote Tha N ,irth axt of Snuthwext

InKs congregate in badly ventilat- counties! and would only unduly that the previous December: the l1tl I further orderd. above xpvcltlvd I for ortlclal I dl/.III I nt ._ ") 2.101.01) ) 1",11 for the quarter< and Northwext qunrter rtiarler nfHoutheiixt
led and unnecessarily burden the state the .xalU """ ,111 pay to "a<'hRld Mulch: respect ively, I/I hlllll,1' nf ","1,1111, In and the Kaxt half
places. people of Florida ratified a ronstlutlonal every owner cuxlixliun, or time ax Li.r Stub Live 8tock:,: Sani:, I Ih. of Slnrkp, Florida.uKiilnxt iiuurter

.- and destroy its reputation amendment specifically I 1'1'1 .In rlinrice of any calICo now t cry i :;' of Florida: xhall i I dlncon11 I 1.111.01) ) ) 1"1,1. for of Southeast 'quarter, of H ctloit 409acren
Twenty-five ((2r ) containing
TIIK TAXATION HITCATIO.V throughout the country. h.' flor h.lnl I In Bradford n .dipping In xald County. the hllhlll of 1 1
rohlbltlng: 'special taxes fur 'ounly, Florida, shall dip uind.'rthe I MINK.r ultT F.ILKI) ANI I> AliDPTICIi I : In 'ly H'urk. Florida. more or Icxn.
However the people of the state schools. The one cent gas tax for Htipervlxloji: of HII I Id Hoard: nr its by t h. 11.1. Live Slock Sanitary 1111' : that Also beginning Sixty chaIns Want .
1'UI1'11'H (I."INI'I
Holllhenxt of HHlJ Seetinri
Ait : Cltleen' not Interested in what. they agents, Al.l. cattle owned by or In Hoard; State of Florida thin I.HIATI1 irag of the corner -
\rt'I. WorliiEvery are chools therefore Is uncoimtltulonal iintody of or In churns of mu-li ownn ilth day of February, A. H. l i'Jt19.! and. 1".1. .1,1 I "." ul'"tc .with I I tliogeneral I Twenty-five (2D und runirlnir .1
1,1.
Time to Itcjul.By ( pay taxes on. What they are Inter- and is so recognized by the or ('u.loell'l .01 p.r..n In marge LIVI-! M1U'KANI'rAHY .lawn. of the Stale of F"lorldit.Ml Vest, tin nald xectlon hue Forty
st one Ii" otllrlal? ) ( / 140) clialnx, thence North Twenty ,
ested In is how much taxes they n"r. .lpl.h.1 II' "-! IT FIMITIIKH: OIUlKHKII: that
legislature, state ofcials. and the val In ..hi ,'ollly. within .. ts UHWAKH.M, .\. VV. U. H. Humphrey' undF. ((2ti i-hulnn; Ihenc-a Kuxt Forty (40> '
( Peter O. Knight.) are compelled to pay. people generally Universityof '''YI trol, II, 1.
of ) : rhalriM, I to point of beginning. In paid
M..c.h. A. and each AT1t.wr .
Propaganda been circulated is proposed by some sources appointed I and 1' N, Kendrlck -
has 1""II''lur.
I Florida and the State College and every r drtyn from and'tfter \PP. In hereby clerk of Section Twenty-five <2A>. contain 411-ftl

throughout the state for a period the legislature because! of the for Women however needeil additional the first oltU-lnl clipping hre- H"'r.tlry.'Ual./ Wterlnnrlnn.ethlTlTzi xald election, to appointed conduct the Haitiflection Ing I2)tfhty) SIlO) acre inure or lena. .
tinder of such cattle t Tampl1'' Alec bglnnlng at 'r
reHpwctlvely.ami it point nlxty
of of the state : : : 1"lol'hl. In aceordanca wit h the
two extraordinary *
a year having as its purpose expenses buildings and the common on the dates on which oltlclal I 1..11.101) re Chains West of Northeast rornar of

objects: government, should provide for schools "quick" money, and faille ,11.\.lnl\ held at paid vtN t __ ______. 2.IN.N'-3.t ilulreiiieiitH Florida anti of the the law Charter of the, of Htateof the paid )ctlon Twenty-Jive (23)) And
..".. ",'h.lul. of xald iliitenbeing run South 1S3! feet, Ihenca Wont I
1. To eliminate the state ad the taxing of intangibles such as I the people recognizing these necessities above, this .um of three sss'i'It's: ,\ I."J City of Htarke. 2H: feet, thence North iras feet

valorem tax on real and personal saving deposits etc. Such a suggestion have been good sport and (cent nf per head the rume being onehalf u hi'! IT FUUTHKIl"". fif(JII.JltI'fllIii that- thence h'ast 231 teat to the point ttfheglnnliiK
the reaxonahle and "p"dll
it seems to me Is really nervMrmryiont Notice '. hereby given that under cil the .111 he and the In nald Section Tw.ntyills '
property. have made no attempt to resort to of dipping\ metl In Maid I I Ih County, arid by I /.rk. (251), containing lOlght (5) acres

2. To use the state's funds or silly. We do not want to find more court action raid I'ltOVIIiKli.Hoard: will HOWKVKIt., not ;:pay:I to any( own the 0"oreitssure r.I.n'\ liecren. I by ofFebruary the XIUIIB I Hlh. hereby day of,"March,. A.ba l I'held. l'J2'.t on, mire or lexn. /

Its credit or both for the purpose ;| sources of revenue. The more There have been Intimations er, (cUHtodlan or IIITKOII In chargeof t tit the t lonorRhl",', Ailkins. Judge at t thn hour of Klght o'clock p. m. Seven All of((7)the, above South being, ilanga In Township Twenty
lrt
of assisting In the bonded I i sources! of revenue the legislature made any ..II. now nr hereafter he- 'iI'lia I. "Irelit"f .r the :61h ,J Ii. without further notice to the inembvrH (20) Hunt and
paying that an effort would be atthe Inc In fur ANT talus I l'lr.ul 1011,1.. In for Ilia' tiurpoxw of canvaxxlugtha ( containing In the ay* f
Indebtedness the more extravagant the < .nunly. ltrs.i I'o.nly.I I 110cr 0 at cii .I'"r..: ; Krt-gatu 041 acres more or leiM.
created by tai next legislature session to retain dipped by .ueh owner, cuMtixllan or 8th1929 that'caiixn of naid election I and dacl.irlng .
numerous// perxon In charge unlemt Much 'owner In the result thereof and 10Irah.11 1> H. KNI'IITT.
will become. He-
counties state government I therein ;
during the this one cent tax for schools. i-uxtodlan or i'-raon In charge h.1fUnder lately pending between the such oIlier business a. may Rperlnl Master In Chancvrjr. ,''fr

It Is specifically provided sides If an attempt is made t It will not'work. the gas taxis the ''I..rvl"l.n of thin it'.rlj' U.orll. Loan and, Trust Company, CUl. .r. It. A. H. CltKWH. :
..
: I or Itn cattle "orp"r.ll.n. Complainant, unit HIIT iII thatnotice Solicitor for Complainant. ti:1:'
Article IX of the constitution of separately assess intangibles for this the a..nl. I JIH'II onilHHUri.
continued purpose hy his ruxtorly charge t''lp.ny. II., a 2-t-lit-a e''
or of
I shall ba glvt.nWtsitt
the state chances are .that the legislative In mild County. the of official "i-oi-porailon, and M"II.I I I ""* and .. .1..1.. -,
of Florida that levy Is certan: to be attacked on on ) day (Calvin Johnson, the irotlca ohal cooxlxt of thepublication t
will be defective and dipping' at n.r more of theotitrial ,. de.n'l.n. Ule of ordinance In >orit i:
The legislature shall provide for j enactment the ground that it Is unconntltuonal .II""d. who Ih.r.ln appointed thl. unnwxpaper
dipping VB.IM, reapectlvely, Notice IM
In the City of $Stark hereby given that the un
a uniform and equal rate of taxation appropriations' made on contemplated and the courts could do within fourteen day from and In- Secrete a. Special the Ill.l.r L Chal..rv on Monday to Thirty day prior: the data of saul i I ijarxlgned. an admlnlntrator, for the j', & '

from intangibles "h.lnl the 4th lay of March, A. 1?. lbs 4th day I of March{ eluL'tion. and U have the eniata of Kate Llvlngnton 7
and shall prescribe such reg- revenues nothing but hold It Invalid In viewof each and fourteen 1920, during ohnl ilMceaxrd.

"Unions: as shallecure a Just valuation -: may fall, leaving further deficits the constitutional amendment first lays dipping from anil of after such the every cattle date, of the- C I'.rt the legal I I.I ..hnur..door.of I In.HIRrk..I", before Florida the, ,preceding KLKUTION. It N(IT J'r.lowl. : w.rd"r Ii.will 19215.on l1l the rctsrsa.17th day(If of hIq March a'euunIs, A.

of property both real or till greater taxes thereafter on specifically prohibiting: It. FesIeciivelv. sell I to highest ,. bidder, HIIT J'llc'I'I.:1.: ) : Its ailrnltsliatrator of sitl,1 .anate, be- i
for cash, lh, following doxcrlbed that thin or"ln.n'e be I tore the honorable 'Jeorge A. Uardt-
and personal ; ) tangible real and personal prop-I This one cent could be retained fly DONE the state rurtrE1ttr ANP Stock AI'OPTFt ,,""". .1'1.1..1 In Hradfurd COlnly. force and ." rr.""hll,.I 1rl.r the tier, Judge of the l'oulsty Judgea Ii ,

Shal nrnvlrfn!- -for- ralninz reve- _tnr_. .lha_ niirnoBH_ of an advertising Hoard 'of IhM fUll.1.lv. t\t pl..I.In thla8th .. "1? !d tto :, date. of. Its passage. anti apl.r.vnl '1. ,iurt for_ itrai ford County. Florida,. ;;
erty.No n r- creatnl 'u AII ( tract or parcel or 10 flOsituate 'Ilia above anil in niniiinca in the court hou
of Pettruarr.,. 1 : "" In
nt suflictentto defray the relef can! ne nan oy eliminating fund any Increase STATK day LIVE S'Nx'K MANITAItrHOAHI lying: and being In Ilradford i I wu panned by a for.I"lnl ullu.I""u" vole. of the City of Starke, Florida, ana will '

penses of the state; eX-I one species or class of prop- In the gas tax. One hal >. County Florida, llnl the Bouthnaxt I th. City CounL'H of the City of at the xniiie tlma apply for a. final .

And out The only method by which W. J. I>WAKt>!4, 'Iu..t.r ( o NortheaHtluarter .. Chits the 18th, duy of Uvccm- dlxcharg an admlnUitrator of the f '
no moneys can be paid erty. cent per gallon would produce Chairman. (NHU ) and Houthwext quarter ber A. li. 1938. xalil entitle ami for a release from 1'"I

except for the purpose for which''' there can! be relief is by a drastic considerably more than $500,000 ATTEST; (H.f Northeast quarter (I.t. FIOOVKIt. all the dutlex and liabilities an ad- ,g Ii' I
J. V. KNAPP Hecretary INK'and Went half of "oulh."tflarr.r Chairman of City Council of the nilnlntralor of xald extata.v I
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the of state. city IL
tax reduction expenses would result In a reduction 4HI2<
was imposed ; I which tate Vet.rlnarlnn." / > al,1 iiciar- City "' Bl"k- tiatad this 1 the 7th day of January.

The legislature shall have the and county. The expenses 6f the In the gas tax as it now levied or non.at Tampa Florida February r"tX1)! of Hiiuthaaxt quarter ATTBHT: U, 15)1).
I 1 Section Twenty-nix ((26). C. A. "" oi-xmriH r.
! Power to provide for Issuing state state government have Increased the full cent could be retained to d tt. Townxhlp Seven (1). Itanga Twenty Clerk.KOTCff AdminIstrator MviNtisro of th* estate, nf 'I" L 1 I

bonds only for the purpose of reI I from fourteen million dollars In produce an annuad advertising I aa'riheI(20)I Also follow that tract ,of land de. ely ": HONOItAHLn "'AYOl OK Kate Llrlngrftoil, ds'csased. I

I million doiars; at NOTI.p: OP 45r tIIIT1I: : Ih.lnnln. 440 CITY OF *-il-Dt-3.s fr
Pelllng Invasion or suppressing in- 192J to forty' fund of more than 1000000. yardl South of the .. rnr. TJI'. CKHTIFY I ., that the

I urection the present time. This increase Floridians that Flor n-r of Section twenty-rive (25). foregoing _4()l'I'Il TO I)51'tIIlS
; and that Al agree Ry authority of and In accordancewith Township Seven (7), South flange ordinance Number2'i wan AM) CItED-

N'o tax shall be levied for the Is almost a crime. By fixing the greatest need la continuous the f..o.I'lon. of Chapter. HOI. Twenty (20) Ka.t, anil run Kant duly preiienleil and puxxed' r>y the rroi( 1
Lawn nf of 1923. that four fifty-eight City Council of thy City of Sharks,
(468)
yard
benefit of any chartered company I maximum amount of fees payableto advertising on a national scale. part nC Zoneif No A.t.. 7, 5 and 1O. ,,I I South hundr.thirteen hundred twenty; on the 18th day of December. .\. L>. Notice In hereby given that all j I

of the state nor for paying Interest county officers In any one year The Governor has an Idea where which comprises fvy.. (III.-hrlst. i I ( I320) yard: Went rou. hundred' 1525. c-redltorn, Legaleen. ti.trIbut.es! and j j
abolition of useless offices, be Nuimnu all of uval lying north and i ]!, fifty-eight ( UI Norththirteen C. A. FUTCH all persons having claims against "ft
| on any bonda Issued by such by the funds for this purpose might west of St. John river. Clay and hundred twenty (120)I City Clerk the Kntata of A. J. Cowart. deceaaed. f'JI

chartered companies or by counties commission bureaus. courts etc.. i obtained: without burdening the Bradford CountIes, I I. hereby placed I I I yard to place of b"llnnln. All of TUB AllANn ""OIUUOIf: late of llradfnrd County. Florida. are WIl administration under quarantine for the purpose of above described In Section ordllln I I. hereby required to .
hpr.t, their
or by corporations; and an economical i people. I anyone has something carrying out nyctematlc eradication I I twenty-five (ZA) Township .even the 20th l.e.mber. A. t>. claim to the Honorable present(Iso. A. gi '

Nor shall the credit of the state of affairs, state taxes could be reduced 1 better to suggest it should be pro In acid part of *al.l Zon. and no ((7) South Mange Twenty (20) u4. Oarrllner. County Judge of Hradfori igI'.i1g1
attle, which hall embrace bull, I'ast, In the IiAlt0f1f1 r.
containing nggregatattiree WAf.f
be cent. County, Florida, for his
Pledged or loaned to any In'l twenty-five per posed. work oxen, steers helfern. calves, I I I hundred twenty (120> Acre, Mayor of City of btarke.Dpy within one year from data approval hereof 'J I S' 'I

dividual company corporation or (i And the.same situation prevails -S home and mul... .hal be transported 'I more' or l I"H. formerly known an thaUeorgla (' 2-i-5t-3- or thin notice will ba held In bar ff
of the cities Forest City Citrus canning or moved through. Into Lean and Trust Company' -- -- thoreto. And all CIj j
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a' : I to most pernona Indebted ,
reference "fl
-ociatlon. etc. j with I >. from said part of nail Zone cc- M P. lisikioc Place, and
to- said ds'eisced
So plant here will be reopened under I .pt under end In actord.im c with All that tract or parcel of land I. "4 O'i'IJ'l OF l>l' Cll.tlUMTo estate are required JfJ
that bedon and to
what Is proposed to countes. ; l)>*y StIlls forthwith to tha under
the J'j
I that the legislature management of Hyland Stanford Iul. and n"lliaton. or, the -Ituat' lying and being In JraUnrd I j signed ailmlnUtralor.
( best State ,
cannot constitutionally be j Tie : Stock for I -uiitr Florida connlntlng, Iii W.. It May Canrvritl Thin
Il. lick
dune> But 'do when convenes Isj Company of Los Angeles. I the eradication and prevention of the Wit half' ( Wl.,1 of Northwest j r Nitloe In In hereby glvft.l that I 'day N. I of. WAI.VWhWHT Jantiarv. t9t9- 3t I ,
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If the were] i >
legislature up read .dUnemlnatlon of the ':vattl tor (NW4. and Northwest quarter j I.hll. on Wedneiday tha 10th day l-Il-n-3-J. AdmlnUtrator. P 'kf




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a'+ Bradford fj I h nallc i uui-of-thc,/ way towns More, oJ tat t3undulvcJltng.; I. .;;. ; ;. ;..;;....,,,1-..;N; 9ee ;A4r;NS00e (
Telegraph .
County 'f
tnuiiMtM! than } : ry was: shopping '
i From Other Pens Florida In aiitnraoblleH and instead Starke tills wuafcffV. !'' Io NEW{ RIVER : : Rising

Established 1877 I J j of locating in one city and \ U Seals cTH)Jacksonville, is I Bliss Essie Siipp, Cor. Mian: III. Mi Urn-, 'or. .
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I rema nlng there throughout the
whole winter as formerly was their transacting business here this ..N.+t..v....N..e ..eIeuth ............O..4 Second Class
Published Weekly en Fridays and Entered as I week. .
Forecasting the weather In FlorIda custom they are touring aroundthe Mrs. A. M.\ Clime and !Mrs. Lula of :\11'16. 'ant. Mr. and Mrs. T. K: StokiWaldo

'r !Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida' I la splendid training for a fish' whole state spending a night, M. Morris\ of Highland Park 111., We were saddened last Tuesday were visiting !Mr and M I

I E. S. Matthews _.__ .______._. _____Owner and Publisher 1 erman.Starke Telegraph. BrushIng and frequently several days, In were guests of Hotel Hampton this by the death of Mrs. Archie Fant H. M. McRae Sunday nftcrno,,
good towns which never used to of Morriston, She leaves to mourn
them aside, : week. They were enroute to Bush-
to Mr.
HO gpcahGalnesvnie Newn
J. C. Robinson ____ .___________ ________ Managing Editor get a glimpse of them.-Santord nell where they will be the guestsjf her death a bereaved father and Burney mbtorecl
this section
: Sun. Saturday morning
Dally
Herald. two sisters, Mrs. M F. Wiggins of /
Mr. and Mrs Jasper Allen of
Mr and Mrs J. L. Conner ,
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SUBSCRIPTION KATE --o-- that city, but formerly of Hampton. New River, Miss Veda Andrews of
Starke Telegraph thinks that the day with his grandfather v'I,
when someone at a filling station Jerry Is no longer on the job, Morrlston, and one brother, Mr. Jim Conner of Raiford Sunda\
Months 75c: Payable in Advance
Yearly, $1.50; Six: adjusts a carburetor It Is fixed BO although it took a written order Mrs. Ben Williams visited her Troy Andrews of Morrlston. She Mrs. G. W. Burney and dan; ''I i iter

Advertising Rates on Application. that It will "drink" all of the gaposslble. from the governor, served by the mother in Lawtey last Saturday.Mrs. was widely known by aU. She Eva, were visiting Mrs L< ''I>

. . .-Florida Times! Union.i sheriff; of Leon county, to separate \ O. L. Harrison and daughter was laid to rest at New River nle Crawford Friday.Mr. .

-, --- -- him from ther'feed trough. It is a Miss\ Carolyn, have returned to cemetery, at 2 o'clock Tuesday. and Mrs. M. J. McRae ,
:IlId< |
I pity that another man should be their home here after a visit with I*>utli of JOM'|>|I tarry
r I Oh! What a relief-if newspapers family were visiting Mr. and Mi. ,
would occasionally: publish the appointed In his place Instead of irlends In Wildwood. Our entire community was H. M. McRae Sunday afternoon
I 1\1\ .'. and Mrs. J. P. of shocked by the sudden death of
NELSON TURNER HITCH having hotels and eating houses Colley
Mr. Felix
picture of a man who stands at the Sapp was a caller .u
head of his class In the college and regulated through county law en- Starke, visited their son, J. H. Col-I little Joseph Barry eight years of the home of Miss Hazel Underhill
y I and his )last age, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun
forcement officials. The office of ley family Sunday.Dr.
half-backs afternoon.
In the passing of Nelson Turner Ritch, Starke cut out the and quarter Saturday
Hotel Commissioner is just another and Mrs. II. M.\ Faver and Barry.
backs.-Euatls Lake Region. Mr. Ancel Norman and Miss L.. i_
and Bradford county loses a foremost citizen-a one of the unnecessary. burdenson little daughter. Mary Blanche, of We certainly miss him in our
I 0I -- ty Edwards were visiting In tills,
citizen who devoted the greater portion of his life | It's a debatable question whether taxpayers.-Dade City Banner. Lake Geneva, visited Mrs. Faver's school. He leaves to mourn his section Sunday night.

j to the service of his fellow man. One of the pioneers jail building a sign of profreas. --0- mother. Mrs. O. Ilaynes last Mon\ death mother, .Ms and bereaved turn h..ntlll.rRVllllam_.__.._father__. .. .n.no and Mr. and Mrs W. T. Crosby ,mi|

.-Bradford County Telegraph.AcLord'ng There l is growing demand family were visiting In Law:' '
he universally a day.J. y
of Bradford county, was N. Rutledge was transacting and James Barry, besides a host
to our way of thinking, Sunday afternoon.Miss .
loved this section of the i among motorists that auto license of relatives and friends. He was
known and throughout business In Atlanta last Saturday.Mr.
e jail "flljlng" might have a whole- fees be reduced and an organization Edith Conner and Mr. I I' _
state, and though he is absent from our midst, his. Home effect on the morals: of the has been formed to press the \ J. L. Cook of Macon, was laid SA'to. and rest Mrs.In Sapp O. T.cemetery.Tomlinsonand Ilx Sapp. Miss Roberta Conner and
vis.ting: friends and relatives here
i' deeds and acts will live on in the memory of his country.-Dade City Danner. matter in the coming session of the this week. children were visiting in Miss Agnes Sapp were visiting .11
--0Crowing this section Sunday night.
legislature. Considering the.factthat ,
friends. roosters at night have Miss May Grlffls, who is attend- Starke Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Zary Crawford was Bbui.plngvin .
automobiles are taxed as personal |
J. L. Johns and daughter,
ing school here, spent the weekend -
been declared a menace to health Gainesville Friday.
property In addition to the
Ernie, made business trip to Lake
a
by Tampa judge. Snoring by human with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby and Mr. I.i
i a -I license fee, the total sum imposedby Butler Saturday morning. Mr. "as i iNewmans
beings in worse.-Starke the state and county Is entirelytoo Grlffls of Starke. were vlslt'ng in Lawi. v
Messrs.\ P. B. Crews and B. F. (
Mr. and Mrs.\ Clarence Roberts,
Alimony should be divorced from most divorces. I t Telegraph. Did you ever wake I high; In fact there is a grave Renfroe were visiting In Starke I Sunday afternoon. s vien.l i
Jrof Lake dinner
Butler were
i yourself up-Palm Beach Inde- question as to whether the present Miss Hazel Underhill was ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Max- Thursday. r
pendent. t} tem Is constitutional! It/ being 9 Ing her cousin In Lawtey SundayMr. .
Beneath the dome of Florida's capitol lies-what? -o- clearly a case.of double taxation. well last Sunday evening. LIMHCX: IIKVKIU.V);; I and Mrs. T. N. Norman
I Our answer to "what Is a democrat Klssimmee Valley Gazette W. II. Griffin has recently purchased spent the day with her parents,I
o--
?" would be, a fellow whose the Hampton Barber Shopon Linden Beverly 40, magician, IlIIl'. and Mrs. II. M. McKae Silil.I .
If you must bet on the coming prize fight, put your mon- party has gone away and left him ---)-- Main\ street. The work is un- who was with the Williams Stock I

ey on Dynamite Dunn. attended on the old Plymouth rock The suggestion has been made in der the management of Mr. Griffin Company during their week's en- day.We are glad to learn that little

of state's rights tariff: for revenue Tampa that a committee be ap- and C. O. Manalre.\ gagement in Starke recently, died Donald Kelly: who has been ser-

' o only, and special privileges to pointed to study racing sentiment February 4th at the Maple AvenueHosptal lously ill is Improving.!

,; Sentiment over the state seems to be veering to legalized none,-Leesburg Commercial. In Florida and to determine how MHMOIUAM: :: : DuBois, Penn., following .
the laws might be changed or en- VAX HCItiN: )I.eMltl'KVan :
racing in those sections wanting it. o--- an Illness of only a few days. He
forced to suit the greatest numberof Our heavenly Father In Ills infinite
1 "South Louisiana man sank a will be remembered by the peopleof
.0--'ti persons There's sense in this wisdom has seen fit to remove Buren Hamrick, 40; son or
five of moonshine in .
/gallon keg Starke as he was a featuredmember
+, Dunnellon Truth says "the womanless wedding was a the waters of a swamp near his plan. It Florida Is to have racing, from our midst, one so dearto of the stock company.He Mrs. S. F. Hamrick of Starke, died

scream." Didja ever hear a man scream ? II home. The bottom came out of !t should have It legally and under us all, my own sister Lelah May had many friends in the profession at his home Whlpple, Arizona

the keg and that night the frogs some sort of state control. It is a Andrews Fant,':Who departed this and Mr. and !Mrs. Lazoue Friday, February 15th. The body

f --- tan all of the allgators out of the disgrace to all Floridians and especially life on Feb. 11th', 1929: from Mor- owners of the Williams Stock Company was brought to Starke Wednesday

And now they say Ringling's historic bathtub is bogus.As Iiond, It la stated."-Times-Union. to all enforcement officers riston, "'Iorlda.\itter' such a brief in writing of his death, said: night and. following funeral Her
the way it is being conducted at Illness of pneumpn;e. vices at the Baptist church Thurs
it holds he should n
long as water worry. Mr. Heverly was at all times a
If Florida Is to have nuisance present.-Sanford Herald. She was married to Archie Fant typical gentleman and In his pass- day afternoon, was laid! to rest In i
o December 24, 1925 but no chil- Crosby Lake members of
-o1 cemetery :
taxes, let's start with pessimists, Ing the show world will lose one of
In Miami habitues of night clubs are privileged to hold static road hogs and saxaphones. I dren were born to this union. Its brightest and most popular artiste the local company, Florida National .

up the resort if they think they were overcharged. I -Tampa Tribune. Yes, and the 1 I I I Although it was truly said, "It wasa We feel deeply grieved at his Guard acting as pallbearersRev.
lei lor/ that Is always telling how )II I nSIST.X'r: : WON I happy union Indeed" for she death." G. P. Raymond, pastor of the
"
o I much he made during our late real I was the light of the home; an inspiration I Starke Baptist church and Dr I

John D. must be looking for hard times during the next estate party. -Kustla Lake Heglon. It Isn't'often that tae interstate : to those whom she came I A new Ice plant Is rapidly near- J. Biilleii officiated.

" + four years. IIe's-distributing nickels now instead of dimes. -0- I Commerce Commission can be In contact with. We placed her remains -,i Ing completion at Brooksvllle. He leaves besides Ills mother i ,
f With apologies to the clg. ad- at New River cemetery by Contract for another new plant at wife and a daughter, 15 momli>
I made to see Florida's aide! of
k vertlHlim copy writers, when some any the side of her mother who preceded Ocala has also been let and will eld, four sisters Mrs. C. W Uenny. .

Under the heading "Almost the Naked Truth," the Times- men feel an urge for a cigarette 1 I rates controversy or railroad Involving service. railroad Somehow her In 1916. be ready for operation early In Savannah, Ga., !Mrs T. W 01

Union make-up man put another reading "Don't Be Skinny!I"i:i they just reach for their sweetie's. I 'that bunch of arbiters has- The beautiful floral offeringswere May. liver, Sylvonla, Ga., Mrs W SSwyner
Leader. Sweeties a tribute to the high esteem I San Francisco[ Calif.,. Springs -
Tarpon\
i I reached the fixed conclusion that
o I like! lint her friends and loved ones Lake City $2,000 sprinkling !Mrs J. C. Rampley, Sebrlng.Say .
some cigarettes
\ I are t this state should pay more and get I will be installed in Vet-
Menfolks would be more interested in the "Electric Eye"1if they're mild, yet they satisfy. I less. held of her.Tholle system"

M it could build fires, instead of putting them out, on a chilly Clermont Preso.Mr Because of this persistency of : left to mourn this dear erans' Hospital.
one are: Her father and stepmother -I Brooksville reports a new 25 ; f
morn. -- --- I attitude, the victory wrung from Mr. and\ Mrs S. V. Andrews, hp. motor connected In Zephyr- with i Flowers
Ford that the to t tills etllbbo''Jtribunal last
--0A -- says way only one sister, Oveda, two brothers hills for an ax handle fal'tory.Th .
success: la: hard work and plenty of ) ,week 1s' the more notable. It camen Flowers For All
moth looked at of these cut out bathing suits'and Troy and Rudolph of Morrlston, Is factory was formeiTy locatedin
one new
It. ]How does he explain the numerous I the form .tof an order to the .
sister!, Mrs. Plant
one Floyd Wgglns: of City.
'q committed suicide from envy.-Miami Beach Sun. Envy'! failures unions rout miners, c ommon carriers to provide express New river and a number of aunts, Cocoa Plans under way for Occasions

f : hunger? lumberjack, Bt<$vedors, and I refrigeration service for Florida and .
or moles I other relathes. completion of hospital: designed to
t I less others who labor count-1 I berry the
1 growers same as they
'Tin sad to I
with
part our loved meet needs of llrevard county.
-Y-o- Gertrude
hard and never get I have all along provided for Louisiana here earth 'GodbeyAnderson
ones: on but-then the Frostproof New building com-
Respectfully suggest that among Mr. Hoover's first acts ganford: Herald. 11 t berry growers. j
Lime .
cometh
when
___ our sorrows are pleted on Third street for "'rostI I
L_ I TI .Roo'. ...t ..,.
A9 president' :: ue recalling trio troops from Nicaragua. and placing ;--e ----- to was an old v. For turned Into laughter when we proof Motor Company.
/ According t the cigarette manufacturers nearly twenty years-think of that
shall awake In his likeness.
them in Chicago. I Jasper Burned Hamilton
i a drowning man reached ---the berry growers, of this commonwealth Her sister, 'county courthouse Will be replaced Phone 89 Waldo Fla ]I;
.n-- I| for a cigarette In preference to a had 1 demanded begged Mrs. Floyd Wiggins :
I with IIre-resistant structure.
I' Bradford Tele- and ____ __ _.
The Glades made a big impression on Hoover. And the life belt --- County pleaded ,for a square deal and -- n d. -
graph.| Sui'e. (he life belt could: even break They knew that I
of that section Hoover will make impression t
people are hoping a big -
only mean he wan one of the survivors by all the rules of law and justice ,

'i on the Glades. ; the cigarette won him a that they were entitled to everything i

? --0 place) among the Immortals.Dude th at?'a Jot her Southern stata

*u City Banner. had attained.! Under one pretext
To make it unanimous, why not place a 15-cent tax on -0 -- and another however, they were

gasoline and do away with other forms of taxation. ?. Only KUsliiK will be entirely taboo put off. As fast as one point was ?41I ,I tbI

millionaires use gas, anyway.A twenty-five years from now, says a met, another would be advanced.The .
woman writer. Yobng folks do not transportation companies won ,

t o pay much attention to what those all the derisions, until this last rulIng -I

woman's cigarette-laden breath certainly takes'the old maid writers say. -Florida came to hand.,. It was an earned a

kick out of u ldss-Times-Union. Buy her a pack of chewing Times-Union. Yep the old dear triumph. 'I'
4 will doubtless be dead by then. She i Credit for the successful termination '
sum Avery or another girl. I y'pIik yi yiiI
try 'la now but doesn't know It.-Orlando of (the controversy must go

-o- J Sentinel. In large; measure to Maj. E. S, Mat tM hC rt

When the typewriter with larger key buttons and less -o--.. thews, of Starke publisher of the
What has become of the man Bradford County Telegraph. He .
space between them is brought out it should include an at- t, ''la4 Ffitg!
who used to wear goggles when he Is a persistent: gentleman, and :
tachment to prevent transpositions! went automobile riding?-Gainesville when he became state railroad I I I y

0 I Sun. lie now has an ash tray commissioner he took up the cJd- I _
'- The vacuumed to the window, a bunch gels In behalf of a cause that he''I I t Li
proposal of a state advertising fund is good but I
mo-
of violets beside the rear seat and had originally espoused as an Individual l lI _
torists should be relieved of part of the heavy tax they are a cut-out of a bathing girl In red Interested in the welfare of ,

now carrying-not add to the burden tights glued to the rear window strawberry growers. It is evident
Jiggs In the Tarpon Springs Lead that he bandied the matter intelligently -
-----a-----, I
er. It Is equally as apparent Washington Saved
Law-abiding; citizens of the Windy City will get tired of o-. that he Is not a qu.tter.: '

gang control of their city affairs some day, and with they fin- Without regard to who is re- The ruling will have a tremen- I'
sponsible the Stone Mountain memorial dous effect the developmentof
upon
ish their
work Chicago will be something to brag about. '
Is a disgrace to the stateof industry that has already attained -

o Georgia. The people who are large proportions. Now It His

Kissimmee Valley Gazette can't seem to understand handling this proposition have will be possible for the berry grow Country
turned what ought to have been ers of Bradford and Marton
"the a counties -
why fee
filing is responsible for the death of candidatesfor
labor of love Into a veritable cat In this section, and those of
city commissioner." Since it's been mentioned, neithercan IlIlll! dog light. It looks like a lot at 'Plant City and other communities: j I .

we. little people trying: to commemo- further south to ship their! product ito The leather of Our
Country was
rate big people and the task seems market without loss of time or I a man
---,-- too great. for them.-Brunswick, danger of deterioration and depre-'| of many high qualities-among those for

Will Lindbergh's next "we" have a rumble seat?Tampa (Ga.) Pilot. Budd.e, you said it. elation. "'Iorlda'hall! taken another ) which we have most to be thankful vas his

Tribune. Yes, with dual controls. And "Missus" will keep -Palm Reach Independent. step! forward aa a berry-growing I i istate. ability to see Alead, taking count in his

"We" under better control than the land type of back seat 0-- -Palatka. Times-Herald. decisions and declarations of the future.
Farmers around Clearwater) are ---0-- I as
drivers. going In for strawberry raising, well as the past and the
........................1 present.
to the
---0--- and propone triple former .

The church Temperance Society of the Episcopal church Reason's crop. With Plant City : HAMPTON ;,' The principles he formulated for the Nation -

goes on record with the statement' that the sole accomplish Clearwater growing and them some Tampa other sections will. .. Ml.. Atm ",...... c.... .C I i I iI still obtain today and are as true as

ments of prohibition "have been to substitute the name speak- soon be able to slug out: .................... they were when he uttered them in a past

; easy for saloon, and poison for alcohol." Strawberries to the east of us, J. H. Colley of West Palm Beach : century.

Strawberries to the west of us visited his relatives here last Saturday '
.
o- Strawberries within us and Sunday. i Saving a portion of your income regularly

There are still sections of the state not supplied with the Make tummy achy. Mrs.! J. P. Sullivan attended I' is one of the most important elements-

hard roads due them and many connections to make on exist- -Tampa Times church at the Theressa Baptist in looking ahead.

ing trunk lines, and until these have been completed, monies --- -- thurch last Sunday. I
The next door that
guy says Rev. DIckson of Jacksonville
from the gas tax should nol be diverted. the height of extravagance Is getting Ailed his regular apolntment at the :, When you take stock of the future you

----0 your carburetor adjusted nt I Christian church last Sunday |I are justifying Washington's faith in the

Funny how many people! dropping' in the newspaper office a tilling' station.-Bradford County Miss! Pauline Geiger who has destiny of his beloved America.
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x 1'd."rIlLJh.t least, though it I been the guest of her aunt, Mrs :
+ will make the statement that they used to be in the printing shows a beautiful faith In human I P. II. Hunt, has returned to her ,

'' game.: Still, before the days of the garages, boys would nature. By the way it you know I home at Lakeland. 'I

naturally drift to the newpaper offices and a boy anyone addicted to that little Mr. and !\1M!. L. A. Johns and ,
started
many we'' Bradford
'Y stunt, send him down this way, Mrs. W. If. Maxwell were transacting I County Bank
w his newspaper career as the "devil" in some small shop, However have a nice lot wo could let him' business in Jacksonvillethis
,
( t''I the exacting work in the old days brought the career of have cheap. Miami Beach Sun. week. *. Bradford County's Financial .o

ufi many of them to an end before they graduated from the"devil" --0-- The United Broth- rhood of Stronghold
Florida's good road. are begin i I Gainesville, conducted ,1 STARKE FJA.I'a
stage but they a very interesting .
can say "they used to be in the game.
slag to prove a real benefit to the .I service at the Baptist church)


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