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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02374
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LOCAL I CITY IlKIUUKS: : .\I'I'lte'EI.T tUI'ITOU
Be Feature Of In Completing Session TuesdayClarence i Be Finished As I II

Plant City, Feb :21.-With the Itriulfonl (fount' Iiuluilisl In Third l i'lh'lIlI..n '

I Forestry j\Ieet\ average price clinging to levels Highway No. 28 Cannon-- unlawfully I'rolM'lI4'1I i Forest Area.Tallahassee. I Soon As Possible

above 20 cents, the Plant City {
I manufacturing Intoxicating liquor,
'a. I market for the first tour days of Feb 26.-Purchase
In'.la1"!!' 1 Display I Luncheon: at tvnuoy 1.'IIMI111IHU th's week handled more than halt SInh'( head IK-piirtmint Member r.ontillued, I ot rally ,\ However to 1,'1-
I/'tH' Variety Market has install-\ K"ent or ('HII\"nll..n ileit'. I Chief Speaker Ht !Itoljtr. two existing national forests t In n.iiicliilI 1'mlll\lIoILo' .
!Ia million quarts of berries giving Kmery Matheny, operating traetor I
the. latest type display case/ i InI Florida, the Ocala I and the Cliotnwhutchee --- .'
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'I growers substantially better than I
and dlxc harrow
Jacksonville. 24. Feb 20) on highway ;; and (lie establishment
-FeaturIng Palutkn. : Pledging hill ;
'. maiket. Ample storage la I Pnlntka. Feb C
I 'I$100,000 for the Monday, Tuesday 3.1.-That State ,
", <. ili,,1 for meats and vegetables, the program for the annual Wednesday and Thursday Rid as! a member of the State RoadDepartment nolle itrosHpd by county attorney. Iof'I a third purchase area In the Highway No :2s,'the Palatka-Lake r '

., I'I, i,' electrical refrigeration as- convention, of the American 1 Forestry :''Hales' totals," The sales today wero to have the tentative I Otis Clarke, l'oltses\lonlntoxcat-! has been approved! at Washington City Short Route will bo completed 4
Association, to be held In this by the National 1 Forest
.I11 unvarying temperature tug liquor; continued ( nl "the> earliest
o i,d'i keeping meats at their beat.I I city February 27-March I, tnolu-j'week with 100,900 quarts in sightat ) Jerry Parks, ntmuult and battery } Reservation> ('ommixnlon( the federal Is the assurance given! by Governor ,
Sive, will be the motorcade lo the next meeting of tho board department of ngilculture
I I announced.
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[ mid-afternoon.! ;; plead guilt, $ and routs jDnjIe C'arlton In a letter to
I.< liitoi-H In MLunln.iior Starke on Friday and a luncheon i A re-chocking: of all figures for on :March Ii, to Include hard surfacing or !)0 days \. I 'V, 10.. Walker, one of his stronge-it '
I session that noon at Penney 1 Farms 1 of Road No 28 1'lorR-1 10. I n Austin, rccnloHa Tho t th'rd: purchase amen In Florida hero
IS M. Johns of Starke, the season, through Feb 19, with to < operation (supporters In the Juno prl-
, ,,uil( lifpiesentatlve G. ,\', llazeii ofUi as the party proceeds through the i]i lest:mates! for the movement today home, i list pud of to GI'1l1dlu11- of motor vehicle on highways; d.n-+. ,designated Coliinibiu; tho Osreoia. In Maker mary and November election; 1
Black Clay Bradford and!
creek forest
protection; and yesterday, shows the Plant missed I on mot on of proHoctitlngattorney. / The governor slides, however '
left afternoon ,
"inker" Tuesday liam A. Shandd::, of Gainesville, featured .. II Union counties I
area \ '*"f>\ that the fund. Department
,' Miami: where they will be I City market handled 2,185,600I Is being
i.in the meeting of the Tho coniMiNnlon, whirls
Pnlntku met
A distinguished group of speakers under
Hobble Malphurs! reckless forced because
of the city of Miami for five !| quarts of berries For I these growers op- of l1IlIlclnlhandlt'IIPs.
uts will be on the luncheon pro- Rotary Club today, with his the chairmanship! of Secretary
had received $619,242.20. The oral Ion of motor vehicle on highway lo emphasize those projects +
the
davDuring this time legislator : of War Dwight (.', I>avU
w:11: be shown the "sights"; gram It was announced by Lloyd figures quoted are aa nearly exactas first official talk in this city since ; ('0111 jutted. Additional I \\lil'- I' ; approved where federal aid Is available
the
purchase by I the
W. Brown of Penney Farms, president Ms runt iHBiieil chanting Malphurs government The letter follows
East Count and taken for a It is possible ti> obtain. appointment to the road linnrd. I :
oi i he total of
of the protection association, At the close of business on Feb Mr. Shands la representing the with tJ'111Il'portllllt I I liquor. r. 234.92U acres<< of forest Mr.' {V. K.I Walker, .
'Kim' of the Everglades J. Hall Florida of thei I land In the east. Tho ten areas. I ;
|IS. manager 19, the corrected figures showed ,Second! Congressional district. J, W, Collins! beating board Pnlalka. Fin
Jail :Nearing- Completion i I James I D, Lacey Company chairman the market had handled a total of "I have just completed a tour bat: ; plead not guilty. Found guilty Will be added In the easterns0ulheen My dear !Mr.\ Walker:

I of trip arrangements com 1,960,960 quarts forwarded by of inspection over Road 28, and I ., $100 and costs or 90 days I and lake males national/ I I have yours with reference to

\\ uh the exception of a small mittee. Dr. Kurdetto 0. Lewis, I rail and express. The movementyesterday believe it Is one of the roughest; Karl Green, breaking and entering forest purchiiHa units, which already road 2H, and l think you run depend .
iinioiiin of finishing work and fntrror general manager of the J. C. Pen- was estimated at 123- stretches of road In this slate" store building; plead not have been established by the ,I absolutely on this load being R"j

'' : painting, the addition to the ney-Gwinu operations: in the state, 680 quarts A price average of I'l1ldIr! Shandy "I believe that guilty.; Held to circuit court In commission, the department re completed nt the earliest time possible 1

county jail Is ready for its first will\ be the toastmaster. The speak 21 cents was paid: today and yes- the policy of hard surfacing; the' bond of $600.IIaywouI ports. j consistent with financial condition ,
DI i nimnt. The lower floor was ers and their subjects will be: terday. grades we already have in the 1 RlgHliy.!; passing worthless The proposed purchases will represent nf tho road department. "

used to enlarge the Jailor's quarters Halph 'V. Gwlnn, vice president of state Instead ot building; new i checks; continued. a total mat lo ibo government I You will be Interested to !loam '

,. while additional cells were the J. C. Penney-Gwlnn CorporaI CAKI/IO.N KIRKS: 1)1.11.1 1S grades that will not be surfacedfor ,' General Mullliis, Gee WIllIuniH, of $944,217.02.: The lands that we Inherited the road department
placed on the second floor, with I operators of Penney Fat ma. \\MKH: SIXVKSSOlt: Home years la the wisest that I Wither Dennison, petit larceny ; are to be acquired ut an average I with obligations of some
for women prisoners Het'orestatlon, Its Relation to Agriculture of cost of $4.02 per acre, the range ''''
provision can be followed by the state department case dismissed upon payment ; eight and half million dollars. Add ( ,
Quigley; & Davis, contractors, put ; Karl Lehmann, of Orlando Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 25.: and I will do all In my costs. of prices going to make up the to this the cost of maintenance for f' .

up the structure | secretary of the Orange+ Governor Carlton today suspended power to see that State HighwayNo Buster Clarke, petit larceny; acreage being governed: by differ I state work and you will nee that I It

-- I i County Chamber of Commerce, J. B. Royals, state game and fish 28 is rrd surfaced as goon aapossible. plead not guilty. Found guilty, epees in value of aol:: Rtr forestry; t there la little left far other work
SII'II"\harry<< llujcrs ,Arriving I Reforestation and State Beautlflca-! commissioner, on grounds of In- $100 and costs or six months. purposes' and quantity and quality As a matter of fact the department

Among the new buyers on the tlon; Frank Sisson of New York competency, neglect of duty and "The Staid Road Hoard meetson John Brown, operating motor of timber on the different Is having to emphasize first those

local platform this week are Messrs ':city, vice president of the Guaranty misfeasance March 5, and I will Introduce a vehicle without license; plead tract e projects where federal aid Is available r

L 0. Couch and F, M, Sander Trust Company, Reforestation '! In making public Royall's sus- change; in tho budget, recently guilty\ $1 and costs or 30 days .
son representing well-known and Forest Management as an Investment '' pension, Governor Carlton said! he adopted ten'tatlvely. whereby Road I I Jim Powell, operating motor Musical If (the people will be patient I '"

northern commission houses. Mr ; Harry E, Logan of New had appointed C.'C. Woodward, of 28 will get funds within\ the year vehicle without license; plead Comedy think t that they will be! entirely ; mist
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Sanderson made his headquarters I York City, president of the Lesan I'I'I Tampa to succeed him. Royall to complete Its hard surfacing to guilty, $1 and costs or 30 days. satisfied 1 ''f
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months last Advertising Agency, Reforestation, I I Frank Coleman operating motor Attraction Of With all wishes I
here for several year I was made head ot the departmentwhen Florahome. I believe, that the I I good am, '{!
going from here to Tampa. Mr (An Economic Necessity: Harry Lee it was created in 1925. prospects are fairly good for this vehicle without license; plead Cordially yours. 'j'',

Couch represents one of the heaviest '.,'Baker, of Tallahassee, state for i' program to be carried out, and I I I guilty, $1 and coats or 30 days. Next Tuesday Doyle U.: Carlton, "{I

buying firms probably in the ester, Fire Control In Relation to' F'.1SHiNMill'" FKATTKKOF : : I trust that I will have the cooperation I Charley Latlmer, operating motor Governor. \ '

country and his presence here Forest Management; S. J, Hall, of : "W.-\ ,li TillS W.\Y" and( aid of every business man vehicle without license; plead State Highway No. 28 Is now ,;
the \ and '
will assure packers of good fruit the Lacey Company, Forest Management I I In this section" guilty, $1 and coats or 30 day. Heading social theatrical graded the entire distance from ''II '
and H M. Sebring of J, n, Cox operating motor ve- calendar next week Is "Walk\ ThinWay" Palatka. It is \
a ready market for their berries.Queer ; I One of the most attractive features Lake City to com- ;
e {' Starke, assistant tat4 fprester, of the musical production, WKATHKK: IU'I'OHT'Veek : hicle without license; plead guilty, the brilliant musical. I comedy I Idared tho most important thor : :

Customer I'I Fire Control v Plans. Entertain- "Walk This Way" will be the $1 and costs or 30 days. which will be presented on oughfare entering this eltyvUlrectly : ,1 i

The M-C Store manager stated' ment features of the luncheon, brilliant style review. Lovely models ending Feb. 27, 1929. Tuesday March 5th, at Ilradford connecting; tho middle gateway I .J! ,

Wednesday he was thoroughly convinced which Is to take the place of the have been chosen from the Date Max, Mln. Preclp. UTK'K: High school auditorium wild a with the I East Coast and the cen- : I '

that his advertising matter) I annual J. C Penney-Owlnn ban- most popular girls In Starke, and Feb. 20 09 67 large cast ot the most talented and tral section of the state. At a '1 I ,

Is reaching every inhabitant of 1 quet, will be a number of vocal they will appear In very fetching, { Feb. 21 84 "_ 62 ..81i Starko Chapter No 166 O. K. S., and popular under young the personal people In direct-Ion Starke. public hearing/ to be held at Tallai '

the county, when a gopher crawledin solos by Mrs Francls"M. 'Holt of I bewitching and expensive finery. i Feb 22 84 ''51 .01 will meet nt the Masonic hall Monday ( and training of t the Onlyx Producing i liusHen on March 5 the budget of

the back door Wednesday after this city and orchestral numbers Costumes for every occasion will I' Feb 23 64 .40 evening at 7:30 o'clock All whoso plays have I the Stale Road Department! will be .

noon and asked for a quarter's1[ by the Penney Farms orchestra. I be on display; morning apparel, :' Feb 24 65 42 visitors Invited to attend gained Company such tremendous lIu'ceSllanll fixed, and representative from ,
Nineteen distinguished speakers afternoon frocks, evening gowns, Feb. 25 66 62 I / I Putnam and other counties i
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the worth customer of sugar.he was The ambling last seen slowly ojt- i i, are on the program for the two I j hats, shoes, gloves and even the 'eb. 26 72 65 Fort"l\Iy-;;= Hotel St.: Charles lavish!, praise throughout the ;, through which the I thoroughfare .',
bids fair: tooutIISH <
South thin production !
convention work by I Feb 27 80 64 completely altered and improved be to .
1 westward with one of thefirm's days of actual wedding gown and veil. i will run will present .urge
\ anything ever before attempted I I
Association, meetingfor Its
Friday and Saturday spe- the Forestry early action toward completion.
theatricals.
here In amateur
to his the first time In the far South. Grading of that portion of the .1 I,
firmly '
Hiinnell In ;''
"Walk Thin Way" an unusually j
I hotel Wednesday night! will see included In the tentative budget ti'

Three Old SubHrribrm" Mills Martha Berry of Mount Ber- Everglades Back of Miami With Sacred Zebu Cattle Interesting story that fair and an effort will be male( to expedite ,/, .
Ga., internationally known ly spark iota with brilliant dialogue ,i this work alto ;"I"I'r I '
,
Three renewals to the Telegraph ry '! Dr. John C Mer- and clever situations, from beginning I ..__.__ f',
coming In this week can be classed philanthrop'st Washington; D. C., president to end It In a show of genuine I josirn: H\ltltY :'t ;'I !

among the old-timers, as with this riam Institution, merit, solid( with pleasing entertainment I --- ,"
of the Carnegie el g'ri
remittance it was necessary to Issue I C. Barnes, also of Washi rich In tuneful melo- Little Joseph Harry, the son of ))1
a' new file card for making: and Will member of the National aJ dies with attractive( choruses und J. (J. and Elizabeth Harry, was t; w

entry of extension. Each: card carries i i ington, a Board, aa the speakers. I smart costumes, and a wealth ot born Oct. 2, 1920, and succumbed r ;
Geographic rr3 '
for 16 and these clean wholeMome 'comedy, It In' Feb. 15 :
space years ''A of the program will be I II to the grim reaper on Ii ;,
three have been getting the Tele portion over WJAX municipal! j s ;;h f certain to score a big hit, offeringto 11)29.) 'F
broadcast
graph without a break for prac- 'I I of the city of Jacksonville : local theatre-goers a rare opportunity II, Ills Illness was very brief, being i., j '

tically that'length of time. Theyare radiophone, according to the tentative I II to upend! a delightful stricken on Sunday with a slight f' r 1
L. F. Thomas of Green Cove : convention proper will evening, hurting in his stomach which developed :

Springs, T. N. Keftdrlctof Starke. I plans The the Curling hotel. Three The following In the charmingpersonnel i i Into a most terrible ab-
in
Paul Engel of Chicago; and Jack- I be held and fifty delegates are expected of tha cant: Mary Carter :ea". lie was operated on Friday ,"

sonville. The card index system hundred attend. Elizabeth Andrews; Rosle and I morning, but all human skill and .

only carries a record for 16 years, to .400 and 500 persons Mabel the hard-boiled shop girls loving hands could do. could not .

and It Is likely that these three, as Between to be present at the l Florence Andrews and Mary C'a-j I relieve the little darling's suffer ,.

well as many others on our list, are,expected Farms luncheon to be served s Sa rDZetcgre0ro nova; Gertrude lotrox, the bride( nag, He calmly fell asleep In Jesusat ,
have been getting! the Telegraph Penney Friday according Mrs. H. C, Wall ; Mr. Coyne, aj I 8:45: Friday evening.It .
regularly for a longer period than at 12:30: p. m. The Itinerary V IW.Au8 Frenchman, Joseph Mulpas; Jim. was heart-rendering to see L

16 years. The Telegraph's policyIn : to Mr. Brown.which! will leave inle Stanton, Nolan Cnnova; MilK- i him suffer no and continually call ,,:
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regard to subscriptions Is strictly lot the motorcade 9 o'clock that morning, I I ge: and Jlggo: of world-wide fame, for his. little testament (which they y !;t
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cash In advance, and the recordsof here Mr. Hall as ten- Mrs. Fred Happ and Harold! Se- left at home, on carrying him to t !'
these three have always shown I! was announced arranged by as follows: 1; Itt brinK; Mrs Injam amid( Mrs High-\ Starke) during his last hour {" '''l'r'

paid up. tatively park short stop tower, the blase shoppers, Lola In the late evening he tried }o : >It' ,
Hemming
Leave Green Cove k Stanford and Claudia JllchrUt; sing, but we could not under' r
1', T, .\. :UJ.JoTS: : at Qul SI Sana springs of tung oil t the clever comedians and Peggy stand him, but Imagined It wan

Springs: Inspection Penney Farms of I Virginia Weeks and Hilly, Elmer "Rive' MeOil In My Lamp," an I Ihe

The regular meeting of the : plantation near dairy, of' the experimental McMillan. loved that little hymn very [

Starke Parent Teachers' Association -f the Peney Farm planting! area on Portsmouth The production In staged for the much; then j just before _he passed,. 1 1he

was held at the high school the Herty system turpen-1, benefit of Woman's. Club. raised his little hands up in t' :l ,

auditorium Wednesday afternoon and various other reforestation prayer. I
at three o'clock. I tined area; projects; the Penney I KKII: CIIOS.H Just,one week to the day before I \1,

The meeting was called to order I luncheon and Inspection of ![ he died, he had gladly turned his \.' I:

by the president, after which a Farms there Including the I One hundred members are now face to Jesus In the service In ,,;:,:
buildings
abort business session was held. the community; various Inspections enrolled In the Hradford County school when Rev. Derk, who was ', _
Mrs. an Inter- Memorial west of Red cross holding a series of meeting had '
A, M Darby gave of areas to the 7N4 BAR : r rw chapter of the '
esting talk on "Your Child and Farms, Including\ demonstration IRANGW.. Starke, 83; State Farm, 16 ; given the Invitation, after a stirring ';

Law Observance," and Dr. RaYmond Penney of fire location procedure e Hampton, 1. and loving talk on Calvary. i.d
gave "The National President's !- located between The efforts of the Red Cross We held the funeral In the :
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I Message to the P. T. A.," at the fire Farms tower and Starke, and a chapter in Starke, three families schoolhouse, a* It was such a dear' ,l t

I which was enjoyed. Penney United States pine experimental have found employment, four place to him, especially hU teachers t.
the
I
i There was a large attendance at ; tour of station. Lenthall Wy- Ntsr cased Investigated, one pension secured and truly It was the moat Impressive ,\ tti

this meeting and much Interest at Starke. for aged woman, and two we have ever attended. I'' i iOhl

I manifested -man,booklet director, prepared by the Penney Itt NNIANC4 C'O""t" ;:L., operations: performed In the past what a drawing card! he Is toua rt\ I

I A Interests, showing: various : q two month Mr. Helen Tappen that are left to join him la the

TWO WRECKS THl'USDAY I Gwlnn scene ot reforestation projects j ..,.. .- .--,-- -.ar ......:/ of Lake Wales, very kindly sent a "home of the blessed" Even the r.. 'II
creek area, and Oh. Ho Ho. Ha donation last week to help along colored people were sorely broken
Two road tbrteen: in the Black JIM "u. 0 .Iec'r, :ass 01" TW1ili1ilou.c I/Jlt4NCII, wvt0ear14rr RItNCI'I l '
wrecks For The RodeoMount the sad occurrence. ;
on information on the 4 w / 4 r o this good .work. up over
were reported to authorities Thurs- giving other each of the! motorcade Your. Ho. The regular meeting of the Red The floral offerings were real

da), the first a passenger car work will be given It was announced And Away We G... are said to grow fatter than native ducer, 1* also! a "Dude Ranch.1 Her Crosit: will be held In the Methodist pretty and was prompted by love i

hound from Jacksonville to Silver members. In India the sacred Zebu cattle tock and to yield more tender and city people who long for the great church Sunday afternoon, for the deceased and bereaved.We 1't
Springs overturning south of Law-, by Mr. Black.. Jucl.r meat tor the market without wIde open space and the feel of a March 3 at 3:30: o'clock. We hope laid him to rest two miles t "
are held in veneration. The devout need of much before I t
special feeding broncho, make belle-
spirited can !
tey at 11 o'clock when it attemptedto wll attend this north of New River to await the
I PIll:MIlYTERI.N: Hindoo would a* soon think of harming they go to the atockyard Moreover they are real cowboy and cowgirls, I a large number
We do +
The heavy redeemed
pass another call ot the
car. Zebu cow aa one of his own their milk I Ie Mid to be liner and rounding up the hug and nimble meeting.Mm.I I roll
ft dan turned over twice after I H. Lowry, minister.) a richer than that of a Jercey. Zebu stock, helping to brand the O, P. Raymond Secretary. not grieve for him as one we have
skidding from the road and the I (;ReGeo. Sunday school, J. M.I, family for he la convinced that Accordingly Mem. CurtU and calve, searching for stray in the -- --- f no hope of, but there U. a vacant
tour women occupants were badly 10 am. m. I these cattle enjoy the special pro- Bright who are very heavily Inter- hammock., with sometimes a bearor place In his class In the school

Injured They were carried to a Truby. supt. worship. sermon -| tection of the Oods. He revere the need In Wamt and South Florida turkey hunt thrown In. and In the home which no one else 1

Jacksonville hospital for treatment 11 a, m. Morning\ | cow because It give milk:; because It Jove for several yean put been establishing In Spanish day bundre of thousands can !lll. We know where to find j

by the pastor. Endeavor U the giver of life. a large catUe ranch the of bead of cattle roamed the him, as David the Psalmist said, ,
6:30 m. Christian "Bar H" ranch with a commodious vast Interior plain of Florid, andcattle i1 #
p. ,
of the big to but we caa
Shortly after noon one for Christ". But Glenn H. Curtlu, the famous lie cannot come us .
Subject, "Recruiting I I'Leader main ranch house corral*, cqwponl.eand raising I Ie till a big industry f' ,
trucks Independent him.
used by the Miss Carrie Uuglow. aviator and his partner. James H. cowboy. Jim Huston a real Cattlemen see a big future In Zebu go to
Stores Company of Jacksonville for Evening worship ser-i Bright have Introduced a number cattleman from Wyoming I* boa of cattle which are adapted to a seml- Mr and :\Ire A. J, Findley of lie (leaves a mother, father two ''I pt f

supplying their chain of stores in I 1:30 p. m. and sermon.Prsye'r t I of the sacred hump-backed cattle the Bar H ranch. tropIcal climate. The new dud. ranch Starke, daughter Feb. 23rJ. i, brother, hosts of relative and '
this section of the state overturned vice of song Wednesday evening of India, at their ranch at Brighton Like some, of the Urge ranches of I Ia just another attraction to the fast Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez: of friend to prepare to meet him In r

Just north of the city limits, | meeting In the Everglade region west of Wyoming and WOnta.,. the treat developing Miami region which offer Starke, son, Feb 22nd, the'skies. '
scattering the load of groceries Intended at 7:30: to all ourervices Miami. The cattle thrive immenselyon ease ranch at Brighton In addition almot every sort of entertainmentthat Mr and Mrs W J, Ormond of Ill teacher hi 1
for the Lake City branch A cordial Invitation to all. i the rich grasses of Florida They to Its function a* a Uv* stock pro- on* can Lmsgtn. I Starke, son Feb. 27tb. l\lrll. L. W. Higga.
extended 1 '
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I I'i' ,;' BRADFORD COnCTT TELEGRAPH, STAR1CE. FLORIDA .
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,I, FLORIDA AND !ard, Monroe, Collier, Hendry, I BROOKER 1 A raau0s

Glades and Lee. 3 .,
!a,. THE C. M. T. C. Anyone desiring information +

should apply to the officer in -

y' Readers of these columns have ,{charge of the sub-district which Mr. Hart of Starke, was trans- spent Sunday here with his mother

'!, already been informed about the contains hH county; or Information atcing business here last Wednes Mrs. Hazen.

general plan of the C. M, T, C. for I may be secured from the principal day.Mr. Mr. Alph Hazen, Hugh Butler .

In so far as of the high school In his lo Brinkley Hayes of Starke. | Crosby, Clyde Cone Livingston
the coming summer cality. All) applicants who resideIn was attending to business here last Russ and Harvey Baxter were visIting

concerns the whole Corps Area, the county of Leon and west Wednesday.Mr. I Worthington Springs last

comprising the states of Floilda, thereof ((15 counties) will attend Sunday. .
few daysof
North and I Wall Crews spent a ;
it Georgia, Alabama, the camp at Fort< Barrancas, Penacolu last week here with friends and I Mrs. Old Crawford and childrenwere
Mississippi
L South Carolina, Tennessee, ; applicants In all other relatives, visiting in Lake Butler last
of I
Is
What
Louisiana.
and counties will attend at Fort Hubert Brown of Graliam, Sunday.Mr. .
4 Floridians Is Information Mr.
special Interest to Screven, Savannah, Ga. attending to business here last I II and Mrs. :Mills and children,
Florida with respect was
I about No one can make application I Wednesday.Mrs. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday herewith ",
the
to the training what camps has for been 1,I prior to March 1st; and for those ,I O. W. Barry and son, Lloyd. friends, and relatives.Mr. .

1 young men and I I unfamiliar with the requirements, ]I visiting friends and relativesin George Mills of Tampa, 1 is

I. y done and Is being its done quota by our for I land who desire to attend camp for'I II I, were Graham last Wednesday spending some time here with

state In furnishing I the first time, an applicant must Mrs. A. H. Crosby and small friends and relatives.

'' r the camps. 12 I I be between the ages of 17 and 24. I Elmore Glen, who have been' Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and
Into son,
', ,u. The state Is organized must flll out an application Sunday In
applicant
Each spent
enrollment of spending Rome time here with son, Clarence,
8ub-dl trlcts for the I I blank and he can secure :
i returned to Lake Butler.
relatives
. ; C. M. T. C. applicants This state I I the officer In charge of the friends and Greene was transact-
of Col. lit from her home in Jacksonville lastThursday. Mr. R. H.
is In charge I IB
organization his county
in which last
I sub-district I ing; business In Jacksonville
en, George F. Baltzell, 340( St. James his high school .
from
located or .
Jacksonville. Colonel I Mr. and Mrs R. M. Gainey were Friday.Mr.
building These applications must of Rising, was
Brown
principal. Starke last Thursday Tate
Although in
of Florida. visiting
native
is and
3 Baltzell a by be filled out most completely Mr. H. P. Gainey and L. L. Moran visiting; here last Sunday. === iP '

he Is held Commander responsible at Ft. accurately. The directions on the were fishing at. Earlton last Mr. Tom Markey and L. R. Waters O l.C.MuNTeSI
the Corps Area blank should be read most carefully. spent Friday at Earlton fish
Ga., that the work of and Thursday.
McPherson, clear
+c/, / They are perfectly
carried through, Sheriff Epperson of Starke, was ing.;
' ; enrollment is be understood before attempting L. A. Brown and
, should business here last Fri Mr. and Mrs. -
transacting
a there is also a state representative to fill out the blank. Irln and Miss Laura Newell -
daughter C
appointed by the secretary of ,I that Florida day. i Isiah .i. IrloN
e Early Indications are Valdosta, Ga., .was spent Sunday in Jacksonville. lJlli u
4 .., work who Is likewise most activein Is "going over the top" within Mrs., Cozy of business here last Fri Misses Ruby Mathis and sister, I en er aUviu01Ze1DaL
enrollment attending to ,
to make 1st. .
his efforts March
la : Is a very few days after I and Messrs. Dock and Roy Thomas ,

., .., a success. This representative of the University So every one who wishes to go to day.Miss June Adkins of ]Hampton, were visiting here Sunday. ''I
B. C. Riley his
",1 Professor must be sure to prepare her Gainey, Stellamae and
.I' of Florida, who is a Majorof camp promptly on, or spent the week-end here with Miss Lois Lubedla Pin- I ,
4 r and bill official application'very brother Gerald Adklns. Florene Ward and rn
the Reserve Corps, March 1st; 1 it
after Graham
in
fi 'nail. Immediately
John Mott were holster were visiting
connection with I C. Mr. and Mrs.
_
r
in
title, and accurate,
: 'I be complete DwM
must Starke last last Sunday.
i't' C. activities, is state civilian delivered transacting business In a
M. T, sent or
i and must be promptly Mrs. Chesley Fogg and daughters G t. _
s Baltzell and Major Monday.Mr. w
', aide. Colonel the sub-
of '
p, exactly) to the I to the officer Lacy Rlgdon and Frasier Lillian and Lecy, of Graham- I
Riley are working the high school prin Sunday ._
U. last
Y
district! or visiting B. Y. P.
attended our 'J
; coordinate of Wateroak, were __ FLOOE. ALAI
In _
.' same end, the two are cipal. From either source, the application Shaw o r12JT rlc Put)
Until this year, here last Wednesday.Mr. night. .
capacities. to Corps le.u s ae. .lt"'ttr.
will be sent and Mrs. Bessie .
; was transacting Mr. J. T. Greene :
Major Riley has carried these duties which is the Lewis Shiver l. 10 .. r .
single handed for Area Headquarters business in Starke last Friday. Brannen and son, Radford, spent
practically can
I only place where an applicant and L. L. Morgan Sunday here with their parents,
J. Under his efforts ; Mr. Ralph 1I zen
:,. the past Florida six years.has furnished Its I be accepted for camp. Early acceptance to were transacting business in :Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greene. A COMPLETE H I.\I.L 1IOMK pleto plan layout i is an attractiveand rear where they cannot be seen

,t Y II and last year more than -and chance applicationmust to go Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. Mi- H. P. Gainey and C. S. Kelley OF" KNGLIMH: TYPK economical exterior design from the street but are near the
,
quota the
f I twice the number applied than camp-means that It the application Bennie Sapp of Starke was spent Monday at Earlton fishIng. along simple English cottage lines, kitchen. entrance.
be started early. here last Fri modified to meet modern condi The laundry, heater space, etc
could be accepted. Last year Florida made out, transacting business (By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts.,
second state In the is not properly Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dubose and New York City.) tions. A variety of materials for are in the cellar.

1. was the reach its quota and it will be returned to the applicantand After day.The seventh and eighth grades son. J. C., of Lake Butler, were This house provides in additionto wall treatment; stucco, half-tim This house measures 35 feet, six

corps this year area any state, in the whole much time will be Is lost.received at spent the afternoon Friday at the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the regular living and sleeping ber, white shingles, etc., give in Inches across the front" and should

a correct application They were R. H. Green Sunday.Mr. terest., have a fifty foot lot.
1 I country, which gets in Its quota the applicant Earlton on a picnic. rooms a garage/: and a lavatory on
? At,, Corps Area Headquartes, teacher Miss H. Greene of Lake Butler, of the ad- Complete working plans and
; t ; ahead of Florida is going to havea notice about accompanied by their J. the first floor, a large wardrobe on The placing garage
P gets his first Hethen Louise Caraway and Mrs. O. B. was a business visitor' at his parrut's the second floor and a maid's room Joining the front entry allows the specifications of this house may be
u.. : hard Job. whether he can go to camp. M.Mott evening.Mr. and obtained for nominal sum from
of the Mr. A. L. Crosby, SI: home Saturday in the at- Introduction of an unusual a
twelve sub-districts else hemust Colson, bath and storage space
The above mentioned, average!: must do something smallpox ; : and C. S. Kelley. J. H., R. II. and R. II. tic. pleasing element in the design andIt the building editor Refer to j

state approximately, five counties to the be vaccinated Typhoid against vaccine Mi. Leslie Johns was a visitor Greene, Jr., were visiting in Jacksonville Combined with this most com- places the garage/: doors at the house A-154.

and typhoid. afternoon.
,;:; sub-district, each located under, charge as far as of is sent from Corps Area Headquarters here Mr.last John Thursday.demons was a busi-I Among;Sunday those attending the Baptist Ing been Boy Scouts, are leading ELIAS DKKSE were pallbearers. Interment was

'' i.i. Y an army officer The I I to the doctor who examined to Starke last Fri church at Sardls Sunday morn- worthy and useful lives. !in the family lot in the Long
sub-district. visitors upright,
practicable, in the the applicant, and whenthe ness Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Funeral services for Elias Deese, Branch Arrangementswere

*t : officer ties of, his his address sub-district and as the,are coun of applicant that gets he his has notice been fromCorps accepted day.Mr.. Gus Vlnnlng was transacting Ing Green were, J.: H. J. F., and Brannen R. H. called The other for sentence day a youth before of 22 a New was 27, resident of Maxville, who died by cemetery.the Marcus Conant Com

: men of this locality Area heshould business In Starke last Saturday. Greene, Jr., Mrs. Bessie at a late hour Friday night, was pany, Jacksonville.
.. interest to young vaccination, tried
.; subjects to Gainey, Falrcloth. York Judge. He had been
follows: doctorand Mr. II. P. Gainey, L. R. and little Alva held at 11 o'clock Sunday morning -
are as F. Blatzell. (In go at once to that A. L. Crosby, and G. W. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and and convicted on a serious criminal from the Long Branch Baptist DeFunlak Springs/ Plans pro

Colonel George state at large;) begin the typhoid vaccination. transacting business in Jack- sons Pervis and Wlnfred, spent charge. Standing before the church: near Maxville. The Rev. posed for construction of $1,000-( I,
the be fur were
.1 addition to Jacksonville. Small pox vaccine must sonville last Saturday.Mr. Sunday In Hawthorne with friends Judge and being sentenced to fifteen James L. Strickland, pastor, offi- 000 bridge across mouth of Choc-
Bldg., the doctor.
e qy? 340 St. James Rosa Okaloosa, nished by the applicant or Eldon Baxter was a business and relatives. years In the penitentiary, he cated.; Francis Coleman, Eddy tawhatchee Bay in Walton county.

+' ,, Escambla, Santa Washington, It can be purchased at adrug visitor to Starke last Friday. I Mr. Warner,Mott and children,, pleaded: "Please, Judge, send me Harries, R. C. Chance, W. D. Grlffls Melbou rue-Crane Creek bridge
;! Walton, Holmes, store for about twenty cents teachers Sunday here with to the electric chair, and not fifteen foot walk .
;f. 4' and Bay. are Among those attending of Hague, spedt N. D. Cannon and Carlls Harris repaired.RITCH'S

;4U Jackson Captain P. Q. Bermel U. 8. Engineer completed After these then comes vaccinations the final act meeting at Starke Louise Caraway last Saturday, Stel- his Mr.mother Grady, Mrs.Baxter'has Mott. returned The Judge years told in the him penitentiary.that the'sen- -- --- _ u ,__ u _
ill Bldg., Misses
Theatre
Office, Florida applicant that he can were: will returnto Imposed was the
the and where he he had Just
Liberty to assure Ward Laura Newell to Wildwood, tence ,
Jacksonville; dadsden, must send to the lamae I permitted him ,
A 1 ?J go to camp-he his work. only one the law
''. '''c" Calhoun and Quit. to the Corps Area, direct, the origInal Lubedla Pinholster.Fogg of Graham I Misses Odessa and Avoy Craw- to give in his case. ;
Duval County Chesley SERVICE STATION
G. Jones, that his Mrs.
W. that
AH Major Franklin, certificate showing visiting here last Friday. ford we're visiting in Lake Butler It scarcely can be imagined
Jacksonville; completed. wall the
Armory, have been Monday. who pleaded for
'q vaccinations Fogg spent the week- and Starke last the youth
Wakulla, Leon, Jefferson and Co be wasted In sending Miss Leola called to Boy Scout,
: No time should Graham with her parents, Mrs. Gld Crawford was sentence of death was a

]umbla..rh' ; in that certificate. end In Chesley Fogg. the bedside of her son Mr. Earl although he was of respectable Starke, FloridaALLWEATHER
E. Mrs.
Wheeler 35 Bay Mr. and
Major W R. last had beenaeeoclated
Carolina He evidently
-
transacting of North .
parentage.
Adkins was Crawford '
Madison Taylor Klsslmmee Mr. Gerald
t street Jacksonville; Several years ago last with young men of bad
s >y and Ham of the big vege- business In New River Monday. ,
Lafayette one Had he
rated as
Suwannee, was number were entenaned : character and ev"1l doings.
of the state A large
ilton. table growing sections Saturday. L. Mor- delightful party !given: at Boy Scout it is not likely
devotedas and L. by a been a ,
340 not Hazen
Wood has Ralph
Mr.
A. ,
Captain Sterling but for some years Pinholster selected Ihs
: In 1. W. he would have
transacting business the home of Mfa. that offer'yo&
: tw tilt St. James Bldg., Jacksonville; Baker much time or acreage to vege- gan were ; Saturday night. A few hougames' : companions those he knew : .
but Is now stag- last Saturday last
Gainesville
wit Duval and Nassau. tables as formerly transacting played and the number were disreputable, criminals, perhaps
D. Freeman, Jr.,, stuff at the various Mr. A, B. Surrency was were
i rot ; Colonel George some good Impossible became.At .
Ing
aa. and Starke lats Sat- Increased until It was as he himself tJllisI
Arsenal, St. Augustine; St and shipping It to local business In defendants in
'+ State fairs for Indoor games to be play this time,
Klsslm
Johns, Clay Putnam and Flagler, northern markets. The urday. enjoyedby ver" largely men and
were
transacting lawn games courts are
that a Harrell was ed. The I
Tlpion,: University Bays Mr. Guy records
:
Major A. C. mee Valley-Gazette Saturday.Mr folks and highly appreciated boys as the court
the
M'4Ar Gainesville; Dixie Gil. of planters have made business in Starke last young does not
Florida This
of number
'; h Melvin and by the party will prove.
and C.
{ i christ Levy, Alachua, Union,, wonderful u success trucking which. will and were Mrs.attending C. to business Mr. O. J. Mott acted as host and show very well for parental training i' thebargain
children,' of
Marlon. planting
and influences
Bradford others are orfor the moral
.. Captain W. H. Williams, 149 N greatly increase the planted acre- in Starke last Saturday.Mr. guest inviter Mills of Tampa, was Institutions and of society.
Rubin Kirby Mr. George educational I
H. Ing- and
L. Cone I
Volusla, Osce- last. Clyde authority
Mills St., Orlando; age this year over fishing visiting! guest at the party. It is asserted on good
thirty Earlton
,. tr re x. >la, .Drevard, Orange and Semi- ham has already planted forty spent Friday at Bill Baxter and I a ,When ten-thirty came, the that many of the younger and I
and has and Mrs.
acres to cucumbers I Mr. spent departed with a report of most daring criminals of present
;, nole.Major 404 Federal Hla land Is close Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Andrews friends education
? Williams, cabbage. good
t Nit; J. C. acres of friends and rela enjoyable evening.Mr. time are young men of .
being with an
Bldg., Tampa; Citrus, Sum- to Kissimmee. Cabbage Is Sunday here L. R. and 11. P. Gainey were which must not be takento !
t and
,::4x'yt' r ter Hernando, I'asco, Finches, shipped from that section now weekly. tives. Jim Mott and son, transacting business in Starke last mean that education Is wholly

Htllsborough; Manatee, Sarasota several cars are going. out. Mr and Mrs.were visiting in Lake Tuesday. to blame, but, rather, to prove that
John Henry, moral training
and Lake. with education
Line
Coast along
Parmelee Box Webster Atlantic Butler last Sunday. 'ot'TH--'CTt.'IUo CITI- homes
D. In
Captain Clyde BOY been given
0 dedicated. Greene, attended has not
officially Lee
and
i 1137 Lakeland: Polk Hardee De- railroad station Mr. Russell ZKNH schools. That efore it is
last Sun- and In
t at Sardls
Charlotte and Highlands. church GIbbs said has .
'S Solo, play that: what Judge ,
New
Major John K. Mort 814 Citizens West Palm Beach, ady. I (Times-Union.1 and Important bearing 1 in

ar4 x N'i.h, Bank Big., West Palm Beach; ground on Lake avenue recently Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley spent Mrs, Boy Scouts at this time are eel')- the special matter of taklug interest In the r 4' D 29.4oI

:, Palm Beach Martaln, St. Lucle: Indian dedicated. Sunday with her mother, brntlng the nineteenth anniversary training of youth, as in the Boy

) River and Okeechobee. Tallahassee Highway No. 1 Mott of the founding of their worthy Scout organization, as well as by I f f I

.Ar e I Major Henry W. Balrd, 1001 Se I being paved west of this city. Mr. Cliff Hazen of Lacrosse, organization: which has grown ndtvldual men and women of honor I cd
In a
from a small membership. and rectitude.' ,
locality, to a membership done by the Boy
CAPTAIN HULL. ASKS YOU TO I HELP; SAVE "OLD IRONSIDES1 of single hundreds of thousands coveringthe Scout The work organization being is work that i iI I

wrxra/a civilized world. Thus the Idea cannot be too highly commended.' I
Boo s j* Mu e OP ingse ,yeJST r R FPT+'CENTS man has grown and developed observe his bearIng I
;; s WONr you neuP ro S"vE pCrupt TNt nwNlvw.GJ ENVELOP!:, PVf QNI A of one Scoutsare Look at a boy,
AN until today the Boy of doing
I
!b '.BP nb aws. THE and his manner ,
( MIT SKIP IT SAVe.D
tip 'Itnto (tN'r ST cy every to
-I ttt.ifF YOUR COuerT0.Y' COns+,lurlJM fir- where to, be their found tratn'.ng practically: being recognized things pick out, and from It among Is not difficult boys those I II I 11, l

universally as of the utmost have been Boy Scouts. .>.
r t AsT' who are or '
importance. up-standing, alert and In- I
Manly
r ,
; This Boy Scout movement, or tell'gently-practlcal: boys of today, r

work, has enlisted the attentionand boys of character and obedient to ".

the practical participation of discipline and to law. In many Instances I

near men, of men who fully appreciate are such largely because of GOODYEAR

the fact .that the boys of their Boy Scout membership, association :

today will be the men of a few and training. They are altogether

years hence, and that as I is the likely to be foremost TREAD

: t training of the boys of the present the most worthy citizens ofa
among
so will be the men of the future few years hence. ALLOON TIKE

: Hence It Is that more and -
t
.;;, .A' MOw MAte-IT qhD Q;; .* 'OUti A.. TNtRef SAIL OLO.CON stet MOHAI 3 05 S'n roux more men and mothers, also, are VICTIM OK TIUOK TOIlKRl'IUKU { l
tO
sneL co DIRECT To RNae ;- 'uReL, B ADt e wFe.PEO TO SAVE x' interesting themselves in this ,Boy, : : TODAY
,,, ADMIRA Ae DREWS, Q,( ? Appio TO
;
M oSNn nAVY YARD Aire Scout organization and enterprise, All sizes at
fir "" iii:: all they should. Jacksonville, Feb. 24.-Funeral proportionately -

"The greatest thing that any of services for Lias Deese, 27, Max-

us can do U the training of the ville, who was killed by a motor low bargain

youth, the citizen of tomorrow" truck Friday night between Baldwin

I said Judge Cooper Gibbs, of the. and Lawtey on the old Gainesville

4ii Duval county court, addressing! the road, will be held at 10:30( : ( price5 Goodyear Tubes

j je Jacksonville Clvltan Club at Ite o'clock this morning In the Long

? luncheon on Friday, last. Judges Branch church at Long Branch., and Accessories too.

more than any others have abundant Burial will be In Long; Branch ,

MO1AfR' opportunities for seeing, at cemetery. The funeral procession

? : e lose range, the results of neglect is t to start from the Marcus Conant

4 la of boy or youth training, such aaI funeral chapel in Jacksonville al

I Is given to Boy Scouts. Also they 9 o'clock. Get Yours !

: Captain Isaac '(lull. onun.uuh'J the Cunstitutiun when on August. 19, 1811, ,she defeated tt M 1"r I see that Boy Scout training keeps Deese was unmarried. He is survived Today

!' la ,Guerriere: her muss famuua, victor heat of this, :" : : I&n Alne-ri..kn .raven:; nutlo.IIl as |lout of the courts boys and young by his mother Mrs. Mottle

_ t,' dal ,, Jsrittsh shot strike the side of the COnurtutun and fall' intu the lea, shuuted 'UlIS:>1. hu sedan are mates men who by reason of proper parental Dees*, a brother. Hanc, and a sister.
"
of( iNn I" 'fhu our ship gained her subnquet 'OL'U mONIUE. I training and of being; or bar. Sallle. 1 --






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err !Mrs It!. .f. Prevuti who hail : : I; F.It1'II.IZI.:1t: : I>LTYCDIIKM :

KVKHCUEK.VOlrtt. : HAMPTON her oiulltion i Is.
ill. hut < (
News of Florida in Short Paragraph The most recent session of the I F. A. Howler, Cor.) <.> Ml** Ada :Mmm4 ('or.Rev. been Improved very at tills wriiiim" "nman K A. Oreen of the

I criminal court of record of Monroe' : .,....................... .................. ..'. Mina! 11 Ida Sullivan tit">t Tlu-resHa. I, Second (Florida district last week f

county, for which the bulk of the I. was the guest of her cousin. Miss appVared before the ways and '
Mrs. Maggie Forsvth spent the I Rodgers of Uuihnell, i
I business la supplied( by justices of I I..athl'yn'el'st last Sunday. I moan'. committee and protestedany
the \\eek-end in Jacksonville w:th her ; preached at the Baptist church i Rev. Clarke pastor of the Metho- further increase in duties on
: State News peace as committing magistrates
Live cost the county $2iOO.llud daughter Mrs. Roy Saunders, '' last Sunday morning and evening.Mrs. / i diet church' here, will (preach next Importation! of fertilizer. He

I Mrs. Emma Norman and son of 'I' I'. n. Hunt has recently Sunday morning and even tig. stated that in 1919 Florida spent
I the proceeds from fines and so on her daughter !Mra. S. Mrs.! J. L. ('00 ke visited her $$10,39ii( for commercial fertilizers. '
Plant City, were the guests of hebrothers been visiting! ;
amounted hundred
to just one of aunt Mm. Clara: Rharehouse last In 1925, Florida expended
I cents. The commissioners Messrs. Morgan and Henry Simmons SparrMessrs .
county for commercial fertilizer
: TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGESi C. K. Harper and C. L. Sunday $12,624,513
of Monroe county according; to Redding last week. business i In Miss Krina Johns of Jackson t and lime thus showing a
!May transacting
Chairman Slmonette, are taking Rev. L. A. Donnelly of Starke. were brother In the amount
I Gainesville\ last Monday\ ( I vine was the guest of her gradual Increase ,
.. _,SflaO OS.U.e -----------(0 I that dollar bill and framing It for tilled his regular appointment here Mrs. J. C. Caldwnll and sister ,[ Merrill Johns last Saturday. expended by Florida for commercial -

fourteenth I display In the olllce of the commis Saturday and Sunuday.Clicathem .1.. Olson Mrs Omstead, fertilizer. He stated that a
i l.-arwater. The I March 11. A number of exhibition I Mrs. n. II. Loflin, were shopping, | Mr. C
of Jacksonville.spent .
Peele
8ion.I And Mr. and :Mrs. F. C. Gould are further increase In the duty on
,,1\\ .of the Clearwater Country Barnes; with other big leaguers are This instance of the cost of Sunday with his mother, In Gainesville this week. and fertilizer would Increase
Cloud. Sharps Imported
In St.
Mrs. S. K1. Dover and daughter.Mrs. visit ng
11,1,i b, brought a pile of luck to to be played. I I maintaining justices of the peace, Mrs. Hester Sapp. Williams, of Minneapolis, St. Petersburg this week. the price paid by the farmer forMs

., .i"p., Fraser, Wilmington, Del.. I i. whose knowledge of law Is usually Hobert and Carlton Grlfns: oflien Minn., the guests of Mrs C. ---.---- ---_. -- fertilizer, and that the farmersIn

i winter visitor, and, as a re- Smyrna A district convention less than uuthlug was cited by Mr. ( St. Mary were the guests of Van Allstlne.are They have been visiting :oifoWSlieaR: : :: : HCIIKOl'I.KSlleglnnhiK : : Florida. and other elates were In
of an! organization known Slmonette before the group conference their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John no position to- stand these In-
i Mr Fraser Is now a member I as the Royal Neighbors will be I I II' I of county commissioners at Ill-nils Sunday. and sight-seeing\ New 01'lea'nb. -' Sunday, Dec. 30th,, l'reaKeR.1e\ said emphatically

; infamous\ "Hole In One" club held here on March 1f, and plans> few Walter Lee of Hussel attended Miami, and Cubit, and arnow of Florida
*. I' the Palm Beach Congress a enrouto to "'Iliconflln.11rs. Seaboard Hallway\ schedules for that "What the farmers
are! already under way to Rive Cdelegates i of the why I church here Sunday. need is help, notlndrnnce
days reasons nation
[i ago as on the Sturko were! posted OH fololws: and the
.Haven--Voters of thIs C. Tho ma spent! '
\ niter a "royal" entertainment. Jacksonville,
the justices\ should be abolished Roy Saunders of ." "
,
poll of 354 to 7, expressMi'inselvea I''A :' week-end with: her parents! in \ SonlllbollllclNo. :
l>i a luncheon motorcade .
and other
of : ,, and their duties hereafter he perfoi was a visitor to Evergreen Satur 1-(Local ) 10:07: II, m.No. I He! further stated that In 1925
In favor permitSunday Ocala.
", baseball games and' features are on*the.program.. i iI i II |I "med by the county judges. The day. Mr.\\ und :Mrs.. L. A. Joints and It. .. < Lord) 11:48: 1\. m. there wax produced In the United d
I i. conferences went on record by j Roy and Calvin Morgan: of Glen fertilizer establishments 8-
The vote was theM i and Mrs.1.11.! Maxwell, weretrunsactirig No. 3-- (Limited ) 8:44: n m. States t tl29,032,000
:lit'
i"fie pictures. \I DeFunlukit Springs; -- Rios fori resolution as urging that the of- j St. Mary, gpent the wiH'k-eml herewIth In Jackoou- No. 1I1iII.Imltt'1:19( ( \ ) : I p. in.No tons ot commercial tertlllzer
record for tho ImslnesH
1 largest on I i I the sale of bonds authorized I by flee of justice of the peace be j their parents, .Mr.! and Mrs villa life week.Mr 191-( Limited) 11:31: I p.m.orttilmiinil \ \ valued, at $195,040,157. i

I I the legislature for the construe- ,,' abolished\ an a mensure of economy \I\'. M. Morgan. Deniitaon :\ lie further stated that further
tlon of a new hospital!! and Jail for I I and Oarby Gask- and Mrs. I.eUoy
Heddiah
',i tad t'lltu.natlon of duplication In Willie fertilizer were altogether -
4:41 duties on
of Mrs.Dunnlkou'H No. 2---Local ) : n. m.
,Grapefruit can be grown of Waldo, were the guests I
i Walton county have (been, ordered to Dukes Sunday lila forthe
the Judiciary system. Kvery I rom- ina wel'e'lsltol'8 uniiecesaiiry. In opinion
to sub-I I sister. Mrs l Kilwlu( Tre- No. 12--t..0,1I1)) ::1:601\.111.:
county a
UOBU
wn: :I inserted by the roiinty commissioners con-1 I Wouillawn spent
the Rosierif und that same
missioner in attendance! at Lorcno manufacturers
No. 4 ( Limited) 8:57\ : I p m. I
ilsize I Ths: was dempn- r'lurnahlelardl! -6. The Louise !, vatt. all
her cousin,
with: hardship on
of
ference declared his Intention : Saturday would work umlti
1 Duncan and, Misses No. JOS--Utnlted( R:40: I p. in. ,
10.
two of that variety Mrs. T.
il I when bond Issue hall been fought i in
from ( out attending the state meeting ofommissiOners |I Roster.i (1laI8l'larke and 11. M. \No. 1.2--! ( Limited) arriving |I dinners and that they were now
?MILS were plucked a the (courts :and. was recently! Uf-I nt Panama City i Mr. and Mrn. A. H. Hosier of the Kvft Holt entirely too much for commercial
: Hietlll.Htli 5:31: m., stops only for I p.iy ng
of Comptroller I'arrott of Ito ane'll, w em \ hero( at : a.
,1\\ the place firmed l by the supreme court. next week to urge thai the com- Slato Kurm, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd the of letting oft passengers fertilizer.He .
stem welg- Mrs. DIIIKIIII'H parc'iils purpose '
0' one nr '
Amos. I'
i '
I demand Mrs. \Hester Sapp. further staled that lie was
inlsBloner's organization
:
and six ounces. !Mrs.. I.. A. Wynn of Ibis I city. from the least Const.!
i I' pounds I 1'lImiJaFrnllklalllson.! 3negro : visitor to Hnl- Honorable
i I" I submit constitutional J. I D. Peele was n this protest by
i,, that the legislature a I :J1 r. und lI\1'\ ". \\'. M. Ku in merer; Nos. 7, H, 9, 10, (Orange; Hlosnma joined In '
: ), knocked on the door ofhove a I of -
amendment which ( 8u nday.i Mayo, commissioner aggrlculture
ore here !Nubian>
sta'te arrived train) do not slop
1's.! limited
''I I neacll--A song for 'of Philadelphia/ ;1( ,
ona here and offered to sell the of l-'alrlmnka, spent of Florida.
t I' would put the justice and the conHlable I J. II. Sn|PI) will ba, the : of I the stale '
!I. CM' Is being sought by the ntan who responded n brand new out of business. the week-eIIlIIlel'e with hid (hi lighter :!'thl"!. week They wh'.lolure. In Slurke\ and u large number ot Florida
,' ,, Federation of Women'sH vehicle \license for $ 4. "(,tests of Hole) Hampton( Witnnec Kriini
I ulii ,I motor tag Klmore Cohen, clerk of the criminal Mrs.[ W. I II.! Morgan. of J. V. fnrmers.
i relatives 101 Leaves Slurke 0 a. m.No.
m. and a prize will be awarded The man who answered the door Beach Mrs. Wilkinson! and' They are No. -- .-
of record of Palm I Mr. nnd -
Iy y, court and C. K. Mnynnd Starke 4:40: p.
an'acceptable und family 102-\1'I'1.vE's Boat for Monroe
ii, i the one offering happened to he Ted (Cook police county told the commissioners the daughter, Barbara Mr. und Mrs. Jones ofwary Jacksonville -
.. number combing: patriotic Madison's "bargains" were I Highland, family. They spend( part 111, highway ferry system near-
, inimical: man. : justices should be put out of busl-i West Wilkinson\ of hove county
and
It ancalaLOouls I I winter in KJorlda. IIIu hilts 1.ln"N Gibbs shipyards, !
uicl regional motifs, was Investigated and two other togs other than to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.Henry lug completion at
If for reason I
no spent
ness do-
| who are m., 8:53a. :
here ol'lhhoIIlHI-IIO n
friends : Ice plant, <
been found many 75-ton rapacity
,,1 .nn'ed. were said to have on elimInate fee grabbing. Justices Kedttlng. Oonliv --
the negro. The arrest followed., I fee for issuing a Dr. Brown ot Lawtt-y, was a visitor lighted to see them. in., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: p. in., 8:59: electrically driven will\ bo established
collect $3 as a of
R. Hall:: of Cltraas with Evergreen'edneeday of I J.V.. Nlmmo: was the guest; p. m. by 1101'111Vt'st Coast Iceonlpany
warrant, he asserted, and I to Mrs. W. 1'. Illrt of Ala- Southbound / ::37 a. in., 12:07:
-
automobile I sister
killed in an Field his
St. Augustine Denny of thin city
instantly
: ;
'nearlY thing (
\\ all of them the only last week. I .
accident. His automobile be- !I negro; shrimper, received a rather necessary,, to obtain warrant Is tooffer Miss:! Lucile Korsyth and brother chuti last Sunday.Dr. of Slnrke, I', m., 4:07: p. m., 0:37: p. m.. 10:50: Jacksonville Work started on i .

rant unmanageable during! a trip rude awakening aboard his ship the fee. He cited an instanceIn I Eugene; spent Sunday: at the W. E. Mlddloton visitor here this 1': m. .--- --.- $410.000 new Heaver street via- ',

from Anthony and ran Into a dltcnpseeUng. when flames caused his vessel to West Palm Beach as Illustrative home of !Mr. and Mrs. C. A. was a professional Ocala Const ruction started on act.I'enancolaSouthern.
received a fractured destroyed a week. Hell Telephone ,
Hall explode and almost
because of the fee will have seat
of persecution I'ringle. Hilly, auditorium which
skull. He was about 65. second craft to which it had beeaslted. caretaker employed ------- !Mrs. Carver, and son son and Telegraph' ; will: expand
Involved. A negro of for 1,600 persons d'
the guests Ing capacity
Approximately Jacksonville, are
The blaze was of undetermined Jacksonville\ of for Improvement
by a winter resident who Contract recently at least $40,000
J. K.Johnson. Belle Glade --
!Mrs.
City Commissioners origin. Field was badly' will\ be expended( for construction firs Carver's cousin, fa. tI
artow receives his pay check monthly $20,000 awarded for erection of town and additions to local telephone i
authorized by the locaelectorate I burned and Gllchrist Messlck owner of swimming pool at ,
(
here were his gasoline on open ac 'i' .
purchases -I .tlell. _
Ga., tall\
of 614' to 398, had to dive t to !Mrs. Bowden of Macon was ,1
by a vote of the shIps count. A short time ago the check I Lackawanna play (park. - .. ." '
rescind an old ordinance which safety. i .,
t
late in I
to few days
was a
lies prevented the operation ot I dealer arrlvlng'l ,, ,. \
| The gasoline ;;- .t,
theatres The Florida Association I
Sunday moving picture Orlando justice of the peace and \ :;' \ ,
ballots were thrown out as of Electraglsts will convene of the J
Five a warrant for the arrest 'j ::'J
I here on Washington's birthday in his
unintelligible.West
J anual convention. Electricians I negro because! he hadn't paid '
two-day bill on time. When the negro received
Beach-The body ofa and electrical dealers of ,
Palm his check he had not only
man who Is said to have committed :I many sections of the state are ex the gasoline bill to pay but also ) .

suicide here was identified as 'pected to attend and advices have of the fOI'the hi.'
fees to the justice peace Ye I
that 1 of C. J. Swanson of Fort ; also been received that Lawrence I arrest and hearing and fees to thnes >
held at a manager of the
Brags:!'; Calif. The body I W. Davis, general the constable. dadsays
by a of } Iec-
Identified Association y
local mortuary, was International (Justices of the- peace and con ,
house operator, with trag'sts, will also be on hand. Several O i i .
rooming! stables are paid from the county tQTO n e
whom Swanson is said to have engaged other Important electrical experts fine and forfeiture fund. Commissioner [ ,;: l

a room lIe ia said to have will come. Slmonette told the conference
asthma. t nothilllllS good lIS CARSEASED
been: a sufferer from Monroe county's lIne and forfeiture
of
Ocala--The 1930:\ convention fund Is now $75,000 "in

St. Augustine The proposed the ]Florida Historical Society will!\ the hole" and it was brought out : '

spring race meeting scheduled for be 'held here. Official notice of that Polk county's justices and r I Ir

Kenney Park near. here March 13 that fact was received by the Marin constables cost its people $36,000 r, rr

.\ advance promises bookings to be one of of racing Interest steeds It trom county Arthur chamber D. Williams of commerce, president last year. PAN -AM '4

are to be taken as a criterion. Mrs. of the organization. A move Thet i ty companies of Floridaare ,

PayneVhtneY'S! entire Is under way to spend the time Intervening greatly interested in electricitYon

Harry ptable. one of the best known In ; In placing markers of Inthis .1 the farms and are making experiments MOTOR 01''L ( 1 al!

, the country has been entered. I section, designing places along every line of agricultural r

early history. and hortlcultuarl devel-

Stuart A new function for I r opment that can be aided by electricity

planes bas been found. One belonging Fort Lauderdale-The question Th e Florida Power & and dad h1JOlV .

to Bert Krueger was sent I of whether school boards have the Light Company have an experimental my

out to search for a 26-foot launch i .ght to Issue and sell refund farm near Miami and other

belonging, to Charles n. Greenlees, bonds without a vote of the taxpayers companies are at work with county

which was stolen from Its mooring \ Is to be settled In the Florida agents and farm experts with the ,

near the St. Lucie river supreme court. A bill of Injunction Idea of usIng electricity for power
*
bridge, 6 miles south ot here. The to test an act of the 1927 and lights In all the work that per- I

found the boat 30 minutes legislature with that provision has tains to the growing of fruits
plane
after it had taken the air. been Instituted In the circuit county court flowers and vegetables. In Florida l \ .uS 4y

.' here against the Broward \
of Instruction and The still, the mash and one prisoner I
The vanguard board of public u
Lakeland -
American to the higher court, were taken by Deputy Sheriff: 1r
will be taken
the Columbus Senators hereon Jim Cross and Tim Bason, prohibition ...
arrive ,
will
Association club Two prisoners, agent. In the Highland section. '."
training.The Jacksonville '
March 4 for spring II. E. McIIell, was ,
Include motorcycles, one automobile This prisoner
will still, two
arrivals one
early 15 of mash and a large captured after a three-mile chase.
Lelbold and lots I
Manager Nemo seized He Is charged with operating the
were
remainder of moonshine
The
quantity
catchers.
and
pitchers t1
afternoon. still.SAVE t
of the squad will come on In two raids Saturday /
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IRONSIDES
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The only fJ '1, It
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THE SHIP THAT WAS A NAVY \ ii g9j \ ('! '

famous ship in the > :1: Shrine:: of ; k''
most & t'. ,
CONSTITUTION,
;
frigate in __-
Yard ? J
THE being rebuilt. at the Navy I J(
American Navy, is dock that she christened, in 1833, havingbeen :

chusetts. In the very same d/7t/ lease on life. Thanks to II''
it she taking a new ;.1.
the first ship to enter completed.,
is now 50 per cent '
restoration
popular subscription, rebuilding| 'Of the CONSTITUTION ;

.Over $630.000 has been raised towards the Fund. This money is being

approximately $l90OCO is rSISffitenZo lithographs of the ship, measuring Men who watch their motors prefer t

raised through the sale each. PAN-AM Motor Oil. Refined from the i I

lSJ4 inches x 224 inches, at SO cents within a year. Once again equipped as pick of the world'* crude oil to a smooth :.,'

Restoration should be of completed' her brilliant' career, the CONSTITUTION will put cushion, for the moving, hammering J '
she looked at the height to Arner.- t
her historic message '. of
motor.
carrying part your
of I
cruise peace "
to sea, this time on a by

cans in every principal port in the! country. this, America's foremost naval / The PAN-AM man know the right f

you have not contributed to help and save mail,, i it in today. Act promptly, ; -c- j grade to guard your engine when the f .'i ,

reHc"j just clip off the attached coupon going'f hard. Today, try safe, tough .f ( : I

OLD. IRONSIDES always did. Thl. Order Blank NOW '
Mall e PAN-AM Motor Oil.PanAmerican. ..

NATIONAL; BANK OF PATRIOTISM I
Enf UnJ |>r popular .at>.enp- DEPOSIT 50 CENTS IN THE Petroleum 1 ,

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bir' th. -VICTORY." Navy Yard 431, Boston Massachusetts i Corporation
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STITUTIO you ,,,1!
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the Enclosed
CAN WE DO LESS FOR I want to help save ..s

OUR IMMORTAL VESSEL find . . . . . in stamps, c h ec k,money ", for I IO-B 1 j ji
will . . copies of
d.immediately I . . .
THE CONSTITUTION which please I sell of thehTcorpIimenuTy'history famous :hip,
color painting i
Grant' beautiful ten

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1 uary, as compared with 63; T
i I Deadly Chlorine! Now Used to Kill Flu 17,895 gallons, respectIv sand

during the month of Decembei,

r ocictyjj I" LAWTEY 1 Germs; Doctors Find Virtue in War Gas shown by the monthly report

ti sued by the inspection bur-
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a J ....''' .. ., .. ,, department of agriculture.
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GASSED ..... ... the state the totals for Jam ,,
Mi. J. F. Morrison treasurer of 92 years, three months and twenty : : w: ; ,
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were 20.521,740 and 2.74
days old. II i
the Cole Motor Co, In Indianapolis -
> with embroidered handkerchiefs, She was married to John Howe I gallons, as compared with 20'n :
MRS. 1.nw.\lU: ) BURNS '
I lad was in Lawley Tuesdayon
? 171 and 2.839,462 gallons
tom i
+ In London England. December 28,
KNTKKTAINS: and memorandum pad. business. While here Mr. Cole 1S62] Mr Howe died at Klngsley: r"a.: cember

A delightful; affair of thin week Fruit salad sandwiches and hot was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lake, April 3, 1913. .

4 was the bridge party given Friday tea was served the guests by the H. Hill. She was the mother ot five children ,1r I............. ..........

I Edward Burns to members" hostess. I all living: which are CharleyJ .
by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs G. R. Roberts and I
;' I Cf of the afternoon bridge club and Invited to play bridge with Dr. Howe, of New York ; Carrie I : TIIERESSA :
Mathis
Mrs. of Jacksonville .
were .
friends. and Mrs. Dlggs; were: Mr. and Mrs.F. 'Smith and Jack Howe of Lawtey; .. Miss> Rhoda, ZelKler/ ('01'. .

l F Stump Mr. and Mrs. Nat guests of Mr and Mrs. H. C. Cox I I Alex Howe and Agnes McCormick r .
;, r Lovely sweet peas In all shades, Sternbprg Mr. and Mrs. O L. Sunday. of Gainesville; eight grundchilidren ............ ... ......

y and fragrant: yellow atmosphere jasmine in created the- Deasley Mr and Mrs. S. L. Peek Mr and Mrs. L. H. 11111 and Miss\ I and one great-grandchild all : Mr C A. Youngblod war

a spring Mr. and Mrs D. A. Montleth, Mr. Pearle Grlffis spent Wednesday In living In Florida. Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .
@ rooms where the ,guests spent un I'
and Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., Jacksonville She has made her home In Florida i ,,:; j. r,
enjoyable afternoon playing auction ,, ; L C. Zetgler; attended ,
Misses" Mabel Weller. Ethel Griffin Miss\ Pearle Grills went to i since February 10th, 1882 and

l bridge. I Myrtlce Jackson, Myrwln Jack- Grain' Saturday and spent the was among the first settlers at Washington birthday party R; \ I
c for the afternoon was by the Christian Endeavor
High,; prize
and week-end with )Misses\ Myrtle and !
son, Mensrs. Powell Carpenter Klngsley Lake, where they kept
}, a colonial dame boudoir pillow I Starke last Friday: night:
Earl Roberts of Lawtey. Emma Strickland. the famous Howe resort for
; won by Mrs O. L. Beasley; second years Mr. and Mrs. tf. W Lee .i I. ,
? E. K. Burney was transacting known Cady's Park also
;i v' high was a dainty hand-embroid- :si U.SIC"T; \\'mr, ;; business In Starke Tuesday. was now among the as first subscribers to r children of Leetona were: vlsli
ered georgette handkerchief here Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
t t'Ll'lI Mr. and Mrs II. R. Sapp spent the Bradford County Telegraph. t et.z .
t; k; awarded Mrs J. L. Frazee. I i t R O. Zeigler of Gainesvii'
Tuesday In Starke with her brother !
1. Mrs. Howe numbered her friendsby
,,, ', ,i The hostess! served fruit salad, The music department of theWoman's I Mr. Will Burney. her acquaintances The funeral r was visiting his parents here 1

sandwiches, olvles and eMCee with Club Mrs. D. E. Knight: Sunday
;
I Mrs. J. H. Curradlne and son. wall held Klngbley: lake at
}ft.
$ whipped cream. Mr A. Newsom of Stai
chairman, assisted by Mrs. K K "
,, '' Lee of Moosehaven, were visiting 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Rev- j
Those were Mesdames In d'strlct! last Frida\
playing and Mrs. A. E. Wall, was our
i Perryman I her Hon, Kern belt, in Lawtey Tues- eroul Ktckllter of Starke and Rev i iI I
?t p R. F. Demorest, O. L. Beasley, K. with Mr. John Powell directing, day. I I Miss Thelma Sullivan of Hanii"-
.1 M. Johns J. L. Frazee, A. Z. Ad- Jamison of Lawtey spoke comfort- week-end here
the
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r. will offer an unusually Interestingprolram and I ton spent WI''
Mis. E J. Hardman two | Ing words to the bereaved ones..
i kins, N. Sternberg, O. L. Haynes, the clubhouse I her parents.
N. D. Wainwright; J. L. Pcek.T.J. ; at children Gainesville were visit- "Rock of Ages" and "Nearer My I I The strawberry growers of c I' ,
March 1st, at
evening, Jo'lrlay//
and / ing her aunt, Mrs E. E. Durney God to Thee," was ImpressivelY,. I
Alderman F. F. Stump o'clock. I community are quite busy gatl) ,
Sunday by the choir. The floral offerings -
I' Miss Mabel, __ \VelIer sung their berries and
'u Those singing; in the chorus: Mrs W. C. Woolen attended O. were many and beautiful, '-Y Ing carry.ucthem

l ;YY4 SopranosMrs.: H. J. Davis, Mrs. K. S. ,chapter in Starke Monday which spoke of the esteem in to market
,1 0' '{ JlltS. K.: K. IT.KMVMANKNTKRTAINH< : Ceorge B. Flynn, Mrs J. W. An- night. which this wonderful mother was Miss Hilda Sullivan spent Sui+

"r 1 drews, Jr., Mrs. J. L. Plckerlll, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brooking of .. .. day In Hampton with her cousin,
held. Many out of town people -- mm.
a Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. K. L. Gainesville, were visiting Mr. andMrs. attended the funeral which was in I I I' 'Y ifA"1V6 GNGOA/Me ( A..n.AS-i. ;PRf Y&YrgTIVB II Mss: Kathryn Weest.

Mrs. E. K. Perryman delight- Dlggs, Mrs J. S. Butler Mr. sad DfIa. John Hall mm
L. H. Hill Sunday. charge of DeWItt C. Jones Com- I The ls b
preventative prepared ;
Dreaded Chlorine Gas Kills Flu
the D. N. C. club Contraltos Miss Florence Matthews i children, of Starke, were visitinghis /
entertained :
l fully Miss Beverly Cady of Lake
pany, of Starke and Gainesville. pouring a generous dose of zoulte intoa
'y { Friday evening, in honor of her Miss Fredrlka Struth, Miss Klngsley was visiting Miss Louise The body was tenderly laid to rest GermsThe bowl adding a pinch of bicarbonateof parents. .

niece, Miss Margaret Long, bride- Blanche Alderman, Miss Ethel: Thede Sunday. I by the side of her husband and un photograph from the soda or cream of tarter, and placingthe Mr. J.P. Dickinson was a business
upper
ttiy, 't elect, the occasion being the Griffin, Mrs. D. K.: Knight, Mrs. E. I Mrs L. Loadhqltz' was visiting der a mound of beautiful flowers. archives of the D. 8. Signal Corps. bowl on a radiator When the visitor to Starke TuesdayA
mixture becomes hot a quantity of
birthday of Miss Long M. Rooks. I her son, In Miami lout' week. The family have the sympathy of
showing American soldiers advancing chlorine enough to kill
gas strong
The evening was spent pleasantly Tenors: Mr. S. E. Hitch, Mr. Mrs. E. E. Burney and children GOOD PIANO
the-entire in their hourof
community
under a chlorine gas attack In the Influenza germs Is thrown off: and
I ly in sewing and conversation In John Powell, Mr. Wesley Stearns spent Sunday in Jacksonville with sadness anal Yankee offensive against Luden- when Inhaled. the flu germs lurking ))t'\1. Goo.t; Treiunent..

the large living room made attractive Basses: Mr. Telfalr Long, },fro her parents, Rev and Mrs H. V. dorfl's forces Is a far cry from the In the throat and nostrils are killed Write

t ', by the pleasing arrangement Owen Griffin Skipper.Mr. She was our mother, second picture showing a group of These girls by Inhaling these fumes :JHLOJONE14

l; of spring flowers. Accompanist: Mrs. K. K. Perry and Mrs. Herman Thede of Now she Is gone. girls from the Paramount Theatre prepared from zonlte and Bicarbonate 4IO "'. liMh( st. Jacksonville\ .

The dining table was laid with man ? Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and There can never be another, New York. Inhaling the very same gas of soda several times during the day, Florida's Rest TunerHAVK

pretty lace cloth on the center of II'I1I1I-I'IIrt; Ono I'Mrs H. R. Thede Sunday. Can take her place, to kill influenza germs. The wisdom have not yet missed a performancebecause : IT DOM Ii; RIGHT
,( of this "madness" has recently been of Illness during the entire ,
It ,( which was a lovely birthday cake Chorus De Coppah Moon- L. H Hill visitor to
Mrs was a No not one. pointed out by medical societies: and winter. A remarkable preventative. ,
,p' with "sixteen" candles. Miss Minnie Shelly. Starke Monday. the managers of theatres by follow- when one considers that day after day -

Gruber cut the thimble, Miss Violin solo-Cavatlna-J. Haft, Mi1, and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and ('a til of Thank' ing their advise are keeping their they are exposed to germs broughtInto

i, 1, Sarah Malpas the dime, and Miss Owen Griffin. Miss Ethel Griffin, children of Starke spent last We desire to thank the many chorus tree ot the flu. the theatre by the public I IJIJt. R. H. CARROLL

Ethel Griffin cut the ring, also accompanist.Trio Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. friends in Lawtey, who were so DentlMt
ti+, ,; blew 'out all of the candles at the (a) (b)-Selected-Nolun Wooteu. kind to assist in the recent sickness vices at New River Wednesday Arthur Brown

y same time. Canova, Paul Knight, William Miss Emma Strickland of Ocala, and death of our beloved nigh, We are glad to hear that Mr. Over Corpening's Drug Store

+ p" A surprise of the evening were Duncan, Mrs. A. E. Wall .accom: Is visiting Miss Pearle Grlffls. mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Howe. Especially : Mr.\ and Mrs. Harper of Sanford, J. A. J. McKinney Is out,again, af-1 Phone 33
Miss Long by II Oir.tc Hours: 0 to !5.
the gifts presented panist. Prof. Limbaugh, Roy Reddish, thank Dr.
do we want to were visiting relatives here Sun- ter several months of illness.
her friends. Voice-(a) Oh Fair, Oh Sweet I Ed. Dubin, Cecil Whitehead, Hal- Brown and those who brought day. We had nice crowd I
a at Sunday
;k t r, I Mrs. Perryman served a salad and Holy-Cantor. lie Jones, Lawrence Dlnklns, Pets I !flowers while she was 111. We also

course, with hot tea and cake, to (b) Lassie O'Jlllne--Dowles- Burney, Melvin Futth, Tom Deck wish to thank Bro. Klckllter and Mesdames\ Hogan and Pearl school Sunday afternoon, and are

ft*'' the following enjoying this affair: John Powell. and Misses Elinor Arwood and Dro. Jamison and those who did Smith, were shopping in Jackson expecting more next Sunday.

d Miss Maraget Long, Miss Ethel Piano solo: Four Impromptus- Pauline Walker went down to I the singing. ville Saturday afternoon. --
t Miss: Myrtice Jackson, Miss Schubert-Paul Knight. i Mr and Mrs Newn Warren and .1SOL1\K: : fSEUDURING
s Griffin. Newberry Tuesday night \\o play Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith Mr. FLORIDATheatre
Myrwln\ Jackson, Miss Minnie Part Two children, were visiting in Palatka JAM'ARY
(, 4 basketball. The Lawtey boys were Alex Howe, Mrs. Agnes McCormIck -
f' ;( ,' Gruber, Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss Chorus-O Lovely Night-Of defeated 2314.h'CJnlnn.ltul'bln. Jack Howe. I this week. -
Blanche Alderman, Miss Harriet fenbach, I Mrs. Edith Starling and children: Bradford county consumed 66-

1 ', ,( Hitch Miss Sarah Malpas Mrs. I Dance -Elizabeth An I spent the week-end 'In Graham 493 gallons of gasoline and 7,904 GAINESVILLEPROGRAMS
} Miss Florence :\ ................... ..... with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. gallons of kerosene during Jan-
;_ H. C. hUtch The party later lathe drews. Accompanist, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 __n _. ------ -_. -- -, -

s ? ,' evening was Joined by Dr. Car-! Andrews. ,t I o'clock at 'the home ofl her parents ;: SAMPSQN CITY o :; WEEK: : CO I-,
and Mr. Powell -: solo-a( ) (b.sltlecLed)
rol Mr. Teltalr Long
.Vocal Durbin
4, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cleo.. Thomas :\mxsnI.HCJ: ( 4T11
.
,, -Mrs J. S. Duller. .
Carpenter. Miss Laura Durbin became the ----- -

? Male quartette (a) Sweet Gensvleve bride of Mr. John McQuInn of New ........... ............ I ___ _____,
Tucker (b) Silvia MONDAYTUESDAYGEORGE
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J' JUKKTING: OF HAPTINT York City. Mr. Luclan Thomas of Jackson-
Messrs. John Powell,
Speaks
\\". M. H. The ceremony was performedby ville, spent the week-end with his !
Wesley Stearns, Owen Gr.flln and JESSEL
& : Rev. Jamison of the Methodist mother, Mrs. Della Thomas.
'' : Telfalr Long, Mrs E. K. Perry and witnessed by the ,I (Al Jolson's Only Rival) In
meeting church was DaYls'and
) 7, The business and program Mr. C. J. son, Lewis, c .jn_ e .j)
.. of the Baptist W. M. S. was man, accompanist. family and friends of the bride were visiting relatives In Palatka j II I I "LUCKY ROY"

j5 r held at the-church Monday afternoon Closing 'hbrus-Old KentuckyhomeFoster. and groom. The bride has lived In this weekend.We .\ TIt1'IIII.I'hotoJlhon.' Talking
I II all her life and Is knownby
p with a good attendance. Lawtey are very sorry for little Picture

_____ 3' (( The devotional was conducted ,I11. :M.V.: RAMA'AI.turn iaTii: her sunny' disposition and Is Denny Warren, who has been sent Plus

r 'Ij'A by the president, Mrs. Alderman. I loved by all who know her. They to Palatka for' treatment. We Mi>\'let one News ReelIt

Fr Subject, "The Least of These." I The Woman's Missionary Union will make their home In New wish him well, and hope he will ( Talks)

v.,) The program was In charge,; of of New River Association will I York. The best wishes of all go soon be with us again. Lloyd Hamilton Comedy.

Circle No. 2 and was given by Mrs. I meet on Tuesday March 12th with with them in their married life Miss Lassie Wynn spent the 13-30: ; Matinee mid Night )..')"

al.? +vtl 1 Bumbarner, Mrs. Lord, Mrs. Raymond Pine Grove church, near Gaines week-end In Starke with her cousin ------------

d ,,;+ and Mrs. Alderman. 1.lIu\h..th: llonlar. Iloue Miss Myra Varnes.
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After a most Intrestlng program ville.All churches of the Association The many friends of Mrs. Elizabeth < Mrs. Pearl Smith and children WEDNESDAY

p the business meeting was. held, !are' requested to have representatives Howe were very much grievedto of Hawthorne, spent tha week-end
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K with about the usual amount of at this meeting whether they learn of her death which occurred with relatives here. COLLEEN MOORE\

l i'' business. I have an organization or not. at the home of her devoted Mr. E. D. Jones spent this weekat In"SYNTIIETId

) '!' It was decided( to have the entire (I Program of this rally will ba daughter, Mrs. A A Smith with his home, returning to his work

'f. program of the March week of published in next week's Telegraph whom she had made her home for Monday SIN"A

i. v P prayer on Tuesday of next week some time. She had been ill for A large crowd enjoyed the serEVERYTHING HE STUCK TO IT

at the church from ten to four ., guile a while and though the end First National-Vltaphone

with lunch lat' noon. .Members VISITOR RONOItIl: AT was expected, it was with much o .. Talking Picture. ,,

u .3 D will each bring a cup which after ItltllHiK: eadrfess that her loved ones had Plus

lunch will be presented to the, so I to part with their beloved mother. MKKMAID) : COMEDY:

clety. A fine personal service report Sweet peas, calendulas and oth- Elizabeth Hostar was born Nov. When George Washington decided Paramount News

+k" was given from the different er spring flowers were attractively 2, 1836 and died Feb. 22, 1929, 15.5<> :Matinee and Night 155OTHURSDAYFRIDA:

throughout the home of and was at the time of her death
.W circles. arranged to do a thing, he could not be
Mrs. O. L. Deasley when she entertained r Y

Ewa: .. \ at bridge,; Monday after- following papers were read: 'e ..

; C. K. PARTYOn \ noon complimenting Miss Minnie I The Value and Purpose of Home Iv I swerved from his purpose. The synchronized Production of I

4 Shaffer, of Marlon, S. C.. the -Mra:A. Wood
evening, February
Friday
22nd, the Christian Endeavor gavea guest of Mrs. Jf, M. Mitchell. I I The Home Distinctive-Mrs.. A. "WILD ORCHIDS"With
The winner of high score was W. Anderson. e'ISr r a
Make mito
a Washington birthday party at up your save
regularly -
( Mrs. J. L. Peek, low score, Mrs.J. The Home Council-Mrs. E. K.
4c the manse.
% L. Frnzee. The honor guest received Perryman. Greta Garbo Nils AstherPlus
f The decorations were very at. -Council e for some definite object-if ,
a dainty hand embroideredtowel. Results of the Homo ; I
tractive and un.que.: Everywherewas
Mrs. L. A. Davis.
decorations added One of the
some or ('ollegiansIS50
Following the awarding of Circle No.1. Mrs R. A. Weeks, stick it it will
feature ,that would call to mind for the you to come. ; Matinee: and Night 15-30
i prizes, a salad course was served. \leader will meet next Monday af- i
"The Father of Our Country.
_ Assisting the hostess In serving was ternoirti ut three-thirty at the GAR1)ENlimplements
and under the
Contests
r games
{a S I direction of Misses Ladle Mitchell Miss Lucile Mitchell. home of Mrs. A. W Iledgrave.; of guarantor SATURDAY
Those playing were: Mrs. J. L Circle No. 2, Mrs E:. M. Rooks,
quality Unit will keep
youryt'ouudv
i ) and Gussle Mae Bennett were
greatly enjoyed. A very Interesting Kruzce. Mrs J. L. Peek, Mrs N, leader. will also meet next Monday lit. W"HI ('roiulitloii Bradford County Bank "SEVEN FOOTPRINTSTO

.iris'' ( attraction wan a table containing D. Wainwright Mrs. II. It. Young:, afternoon at three o'clock, at the ulTerrtl In. n wide' variety ofnuek.'M SATAN"A

n small novelties; that suggested Mrs. (1. M. Inmnn. Mrs. F. F. home ot Mrs James Plckerlll. and l grades l Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

,' Revolutionary retires. A miniature Stump Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mist 11 UN :MOUIUU4R.XKKH : First National Vltaphone

artificial Minnie\I Shaffer. : STARKE, FLA. Talking Picture.
i, tree on which were hung I -f *

I ,, cherries containing stunts to be It'. u. ('. :MEETING: : Say it with Flowers HOES: Plus
t performed added greatly to the CJAROKV: HOSE Paramount News C'omrdr
t NKXTr.nKsn.v: : : .
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entertainment, Flowers For All WIIKKL: : RARROWH ,' ''-:'' : ":" '", : -- '. '-, ." '- --- : '. "',' ...-.Matinee: Night, 15-5O;

Delicious refreshments of fruit, stll-:.tlts roil HKIKJKSTIMHIO : : "u-- .
The W. T. Weeks chapter, 'U -- -- _-., .. _. ,
and other values --
salad, saltines and cocoa were D. C.. will meet next Wednesday Occasions ; may
( served, The favors were small bo found. In our utore. Itottt ,
afternoon; at three-thirty, at the -
pop-corn balls resembling cherries home of Mrs. J.V.. Andrews,' Jr: quality protliicti at 10w..t.III't.n
tied to of green leaves. Gertrude Godbey |>ilres.DeWITT.
; sprays Hostesses; Mrs. Andrews and Miss

,f,; Forty young people were pres Amelia Kay. Anderson C. JONES CITY BARBER SHOP
4 1 ent.
All members urged to be present

-- as business of Importance -
IIARDWARKHAROLD
a ,'i'j t ])U. AND MRS. 1-:. I,. 1UGGS will be brought before the chap Phone 39 Waldo, Fla,: HAS NEW MANAGEMENTChange :
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t \V. :M. S. : LAST :MONDAY -' --
;r., MIST-- ._._.. __....."" ..._wuwr ratiianawaw Wa wisawuw( ;; In Prices

9' L club and a number of their friends The Woman's Missionary societyof C WALLINSURANCE r
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t at their home Friday evening. the Methodist church held a .
Haircut 40c
Lovely pink and white roses carried business meeting last Monday at -- Shave
20c
out the color scheme in the the church with nineteen mem- ti t ,

ry rooms where the guests were entertained I bers present.
i
? Curing the evening at Mrs. J. H. hitch presided over RTARKE FLORID
I t Tonic
( the close of which Mr. F, F, Stump the meeting: and Mrs J. W. White 15 and 20cA
and Mrs O. L. Boasley were I transacted the duties of secretary.The Represent tile Rent Lending Insurance. Companies i .

awarded the bridge prizes. namely, subject for the afternoon consideration FIRE, ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE. BOND= LIABILITY TRIAL }IS ALL
3 A nocks I and a pink shoulder bouquet, was "Home, the Cen- WE ASK
(II
ADJUSTMENTS MADE
piaMir l while Mr Powell Carpenter and ter." The devotional service was PROMPTLY

jry( (; Mrs D. A, Montleth were consoled led by Mrs. W. G. HalloS, and the I I .._'lb'."' 'I''''!'' "......"._ ... ., :rv :!: ":.,nnn' ',- I ..

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'IU\Y.. MAUC-H: i. n>a) BRADFORD COUNTY TKL.EGUAPH ST.XUKE, FLORID.\ P.\OK FIVE

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n-- nn S7SdS2 S7S Sa4t7S7SaS7S57Caonnnn r e ,-, j I Col.\ and Mrs ,E. M Johns at Mrs. W L. Wall and !Mrs H (" 1 torlum. Tuesday \March 51--. uclm I I Cups and 'rates foi.. nlc by 0 Wednesday for several days vl..It
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l}Mended the Strtbllll ''t-Sharkey fight Wall spent \Vednesda In Jackson- ssinn. 25, 50 and 75.. I II Bennett Durl HR rods< near at Lake Geneva, after spending a "
[C} In M:ami Beach this week. .
I vllle. ------- -------- -- depot. while here with Dr. and Mrs. O.

Bits of D D I ----+ ?c ;Mr... told Mrs.V. J. Crlllln: and -- ---- L. Haynes.
I Mr. L.A. Canovu, of Jacksonville I .
Miss
VlrginlaVeeks as "Ppggy"
[C} grand lauglietr, Verna Jeane. of
I spent the week with: his Miss[: Chisels Mae Bennett was ;
.r' [D}I mother. Mrs. Eunice: Canova. : the guest of friends III Jacksonvlll I Jacksonville were the guests of end Elmer: McMillan as. "1111- ]Miss[ Ruby Winter !spent! the 1
(D<] last weeJr-41' 1d. Mrs O. J. Griffin Sunday. ly" will ""'alk This Way," Tuesday week-end In Jacksonville with Mr. ,
LocalConcerning: J" tevs11i1i<< D] 1 Stay- Green Cucumber seed In (evening at eight o'clock See and Mrs. Vance Winter and fam t

[C}J original pound packages. J. F.KIckllter. Mr. al1 [D}] several days in Orlando last week Vlrflnh'ululte of Ocnla. spent --.-- -------- on Sunday afternoon and
Our People Business and [D} visiting relatives.Mr. the weekendvlth Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.[ H. M. Davis, Misses after they left Starke their car

Progress of the County and Town. C!I Mr.V, M. Wainwright was a J. K. Colley.Mr. Madge! MIddleton and Alice Fer turned over and landed on the top.
G nandez. Paul Knight! and John No one was hurt and the car wan
I business visitor to :Miami Monday and Mrs J. M. Alvares -- --- -
C[}I and Tuesday. spent Sunday and Monday in Savannah and Mrs. H. T. Richard of I Powell were In Jacksonville Thur only slightly damaged; ,-Onluesvillo -
Z5 cZ4'25u25252525Z S525 D 'Jacksonville, were guests over the till)'. Dally Sun, Tuesday
Z52555uc': : ''' 'c5Z5Z5'uZ25unMfr : :.5-c.JII 1 Ga., with their daughter
I, Mr.\ J.V.. Alvarez of Jacksonville :Mrs. A. J. Murdeu. week-end of Mr. and MrV.. L. I -_.
IIOIMIwttor- '
HosltTj- and Mrs.
< ,faun, : Paul K. Canov:!, spent the week-end with rela Wall Dr. and Mrs[ K. L*. It'KRi; had na Crawfordvllle $20,000 high ,
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I I' Quality Stow.MI spent Wednesday in JackeonvilRed \ ., tires I :'h'. and Mrs. J. M. :Mitchell, I their talents Friday! Dr. and Mrs school will be erected here" shortlyol'II'N .

i7 -H. Hill-of Lawtey- wa.iiirke i :Mrs. A. S. Crews and :Miss\ Minnie( Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Pete Rogers; and!' little daughter; ,
Laow': S. C.. and daughter, spent Sunday InSaiulorsou !Miss Rogers! Mr. Rogers and Mr.[
Monday. Sh.wN fur ( hllh't ,, Dr. J. M. Mann was a business ShatTer of Marion spent Friday .
., \ : (110' ni. 1)1"11lU"1 1gi'cty
i visitor: I withV.. R) H.irefoot" lIughes of Jacksonville.Mr. .
to In
Tim Quality Srorc. Starke Monday.-Lake St. Augustine -
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and< fiimlly. -------- ,
Snyder visited Jack lUitler Times -- i1nvn after date hereof 'nIn"It
\1..- II. M. ; and Mrs. J. At.\ Dtivlx and ; tin I Nt I tiny. of !Stay 1929, 1
:Mrs. It. F. Uemorest. Mrs. K.: L. ---- ------ ., .. ,.,
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[ n n. Thursday. Mr. Doutt Jones visited relative\ ''I :Mrs. M. It. Lang Is spending; two B'gga; ; Mrs J.V.. Andrews Jr., ThelOllY Starke friends of Mrs.i Miss Mntto! llarley spent the weekend the last undersigned Will and Tvxtiimnnt l:Kxeontrlx of the I l .r1 Ktnlo *- "' ,
In Slarke Saturday weeks at the home of her and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns spent Tuesday i :\ C. Stith of Louisville: Ky.: win I In Jacksonville with Mr. and of .IIIIKI-H P, flillllpK, ileuniH' 1,
II
Griffin and son Owen parents I : anal i
'I'< O. J. 'I bo Kind to learn she lit 'OIl111f'lIrlIIAaftl'r Mrs.\ O. C. Davis allli11': Gild11'11.]\ i iI will in-OKcnt my vnurlirrn and
[ Jacksonville Friday. Mr. and sits L.' V. Moore. In Jacksonville noeniint to the lunoralile 1 <;ion. ,1.
,iii-d I j to Miss Amy Moore spent Thursday ---- I an oiii'rnton: for nppendlcltln. I I K. P. Wright. Inrdlnvr, 1111111y( JinlKp or Prndfoul
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in Jacksonville. <'iiiinly, Florida' aw,l auk for hlH 111'- {
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of Lawtey I Seats on sale for "Walk This Chufas all varieties Cora Ford proxnt iiiul my tllNi'hnrMrci an sash
MI-1, I H K. BurneY Way" at Cano\ 's Pharmacy. Get Hook Limas Red Bliss Potatoes,, :i Garden:; Mid Held seeds, A. A. C.Fortillfera / Mr. and :Mrs r.... I K. :McLnrlu and .'"....ulrlx.
111 Starke Friday. : This tat dny of Mnrrn. 11! !!!. I ,'
I loupplnK Mlns: \ :Moe Patrhett has return) < 'them early and uvo'd: the rush. fancy Florida Peanuts and nil varieties Cole Planters and fertilizer two children, of Atlanta: Ha., returned I.DIT ANNA OHIVPIH.'
after a week's visit In Miami.: : garden seed. J. I K. KIckllter.Mr. distributors lllver's don bid to their home Saturday after 3-l-9t-4-2fl. lOxttoulrlx.
Shorn r..r.iLII.II.
I ,lmnnit-Sliril .... -. Orville: Ortffla of Lake Butler i Block: plows nt White's. 2-8-t-owtf. several days! visit with Dr. and
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The Quality ) Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop Mrs[ C), I.. Haynes.
ape wan attending to business In 'and Mrs. Tl. L. Epperson and -- -----
Thursday in Jacksonville.Don't Mrs. O. Williams visited! the ------ -_..- ---
A. Adklm I Starke Wednesday. two children. of Jacksonville, I I
"> and were the guests of Mr. and fI'A.V.,. Woman's Club In Stnrke lust Friday Tim uiutiy Starke friends. of W.
,III,i Thursday In Jacksonville forget the musicale" March( Mrs M.\ P. Matheny of llrooker J. Epperson: Sunday. She was norompanled/ by Mrs. S. Dlak, ly, snn-ln-lnw of Deputy Polly Anna CafeMiss : 1
------of--Lawtey 1st, at Woman's Club. I| was a business visitor to Starke C'ollln ArmstroiiB.-Oreen Cove Sheriff and MireV. \\'. Ilulsileti,
\,( A. 11. Harley ; !iTuelldllY.I The Intermediate G. A.'s will Springs Times. will regret to !learn \he Is seriously Florrie Terry will I

,U,? In Starke Tuesday. Mrs.\ W. K. Knight vW"t'd Jacksonville ------ I hold their! circle! meeting :Monday I --"-------. 111 at his: home In Jacksonville. basket lunches
-- -- Friday.r'lorl.heinl I C. U. Hroiulus of the 1). N. In- -_. ---- --- -- serve or
the home
Tom Watson, Florida Favorite afternoon at 4 o'clock ut I
I M!MI and Mrs. 13.: M. Davis motor: I and Stone Mountain melon seed. J. I'. of Mary Brownlee. untie real estate olllce, was a business Mr. and Mrs[ S. V. Trig of either a regular meal

to Gainesville Tuesday. Shirt at th Qualit;)' }<'. Klckliter. 'I.'I.i visitor yesterday In Shirks Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.\ WalterZyerjack !! with hot coffee, cold I
---- Store. Mr. Gerald Mlddleton of Jacksonville -'and Lawtey.-Times-Union, Sat iir- and Mr. and Mrs.\ Noel
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J Thede of Lawtey was i drinks, etc., Sandwichesof
R.
U. of lainesvllle, the"
Mrs day. llensley were
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Mr.) and Mrs. C. C. Colley of \ spent Saturday and Sunday -
I visitor in Starke Tuesday. One Wiggins; was a visitor I to I Jacksonville, spent Flrday with with hU parents Dr. and Mrs. guests of Mr.[ nnd Mrs. J. A. Saul all kinds, to everybodyon

JMr8 of Lawtey, Jacksonville\ Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley.Mr. Ii W. E. Mlddleton.Mrs. Mr.\ n. M. I n man of Starke, district Sunday.Mr. the platform. Hours
: George Roberts : -- ... ( deputy of the W. O. W stopped ---.-----
|.s. shopping In Starke Tuesday. P. J. Pearce Orlando I In and :Mrs. A. S. Crews spent S. T. Dell has- as- -her- houseguest over In Lake Butler \Monday and Mrs. )Fred Flume and from 11 o'clock a. m. to ,

Starke visiting his family Friday; Sunday In Madison with Mrs. J. II. ;\ her niece Miss Virginia; while eiiroute to Lake City.- Luke daughter; spent Saturday In Jacksonville 3 o'clock p. m.
I Kelly. Weeks of Stnrke. Gainesville Butler Times. and accompanied by Mr.
ENT A. Mrs. If. C. Wall had as her guest ---.. Dally Sun Friday. I _-__ ---- -- .--- aid Mrs D. P. lover nod son !Mr POLLY ANNA CAFE
WORD[ I for several days this week Mrs 111\'. N. Sternberg; and )Mrs. A, S. I \Mr and HJrs.\ Jlggs; ; the worldwide and !Mrs It.V.. Mills spent Sunday Florrie Terry, Owner ,.
) W. J, Epperson: Jr., of Baldwin known comedians will entertain In St Augustine
Crews were shopping In Jackson- Senator I). 1<1. Knight and ( 01. )KM. t
I In "Walk This Way", .- .. -- ..- Lawtey, Florida
Lake you
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COLUMN vile: Tuesday \ Johns of Starke were I
Miss Inez Moltt of Jacksonville Duller Tuesday on legal business. March Etli, high school, auditoriumat )Mr J. :S: McLurln and Mrs! It.

::WINO!: SOLICITED-Fancy and Is visiting here sister: Mrs. Perry I Col.\ D. Jo;. fUht\ returned -Lake Duller Times. eleht: p.I m. T McLnrlu of Fa'rbnrn 1 la..,. left
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Mrs P. B. Hunt, Hampton. Fla.111tt.. business trip In South Florida.Dr. I Mr. J.V.. Andrews, Jr, prominent ,:- ,:. .,'- ,:'. '-:;-. ;: :: !! : ( .f'i r :. ,; -'-",' .:' ..' '",: -. .,:":"" ... ': ,:-: ..:: .. .. f
Chickens wanted. J. F. Kick- )Ford dealer of Stai-ke. was a

-- liter. E. L. Biggs returned home business visitor in Lake Duller

IR SALE-5 horsepower) motor Thursday afteroon from a trip[ to 1\Ionday-Lake Butle. Times. ,
) and Mrs H. C.
Mrs. F; :M. Johns Miami. "
1750 --- -- -
3 60 cycle
J220 phase
v Bradford CounI Wall were shopping In Jacksonville Cups and crates for Hale by G. .
Irpm. Inquire at
Thursday. Mrs. I K. W. Hayes and Mrs J. Ii. II. Dennett, lurlng: Dldg., near !
I I Telegraph.; ... .
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Lord were shopping in Gainesville depot. rl .
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Demoresl Thursday afternoon. > *
JR) SALE-Farm of 18 acres. spent Sunday In Welaka with Mrs. H. D. Alvarez and children, .
/ Bc.ood<<: for general farming. Cheap friends at the Colonial Inn. A delightful; musical program; spent the week-end In Starke the

1 1 [for cash. A. Stobo, Starke Fla. ----- at the Woman's Club Friday evening guests; of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (t r. 'i,
2-8-41* Miss Claudia Gtlchrlst spent the ;, March let L. V. Moore. 1 **-
-- week-end In Ft. Lauderdale with t 1)) : ,

Mr. and Mrs. K. K. McDuffy. Orders taken for tailor-made Miss Edyth Lang of Tltusvllle, I te 1: Y 1 IO
., SALE Strawberry runners f-Jfr ,
R ; suits. Fit guaranteed. M.\ Leviton. Penn., will spend same time In '
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111 lots from 500 to 5,000 or Mrs. lI. C. Hitch and Miss Ethel 1214tf. Starke the guest of Miss\ Amy \
000 lots, $2.50 per thousand, direct Grlflln were shopping in Gaines Moore. *'*. "W11.I\ } ,." ,
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from oldest nursery. Nat ville Friday. l. Mr., and,_Mrs.A,. Av Sauls..spentWeflnfesday '.a-.e .
Fla., .by the '-- '. ..' :
Williams, Starke, ;... .11"t; ;; bfternoon l Iri'GalYiej- 'See "Walk This! ,X'ay" benefit ;

depot. 2-15-U Mr. Bob Glass of Gainesville,, vllle. Woman's Club, high school! ? audl-, ., '", '
was a business visitor! in Starke I : J. :
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1)11) SALE-Player piano In good I Saturday. I' :
[condition one bedroom suite, I
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I one living room suite and radio Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson .; '

Apply to Verna. L. Johns. 2153t Jr., of Jacksonville spent Saturday Electrical Contracting 4 .f"f!!, :; .1..

: *. with relatives.Am /" ;:{Ij ; :

|)R SALE-Five-room bungalow expecting more Giant String; Work at Reasonable Prices I
I modern and Tennessee Beans this -: ? .. I" ,
on church street; all less \. -.. ': ;
I conveniences Price $2.500. Apply week. J. F. KIckllter. All Kinds Appliances and Fixtures '" -**, \\

I to Verna L,. Johns. 2-15-St. "' .:!' /J r
Mrs. C. A. Knight; and Mrs. x/

lm> SALE-Khode Island Ked Perkins spent Wednesday In E. A. WINKLERP. ./ < v f: :' :
I eggs; for setting 7 Be for 15. Gainesville. I :

I Pure stock. Mrs.. Geo. A. Gardiner the O. Box 261, Starke, Fla.
C.Vail witnessed
Starke 2-15 tf.lR Strlbling-Sharkey Harold fight In Miami 1 WHEN THE BOSS OFFERS YOU trJ I

week.
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) SALE-li. >)) 80-quart straw Beach this I
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berry refrigerators; at seven dol- -- of ,
; Robert Young
Mrs.

22tf.lars each Bros.delivered., Plant City Write, Fla.RobInson 2NTED -- Jacksonville 111'd Starke with spent friends the weekendin ]I Get behind the wheel | AN INTEREST IN THE BUSINESS 4 I


facts [[ I I
J Get the
I.\;; -Your orders for straw- and When the boss considers your services of such l
berry plants. We represent ,

J growers in Arkansas Maryland, value to the concern that he offers you an inter- :t }
land Illinois. Orders placed with ,

1 mention.us will have Snyder-Grlflls prompt and careful Co., JACKDEMPSEY est to insure your remaining, can you show f

Starke$ Fla. 2-22-tf. him a balance in the bank that will enable you j>

Jm SALE-Fifty head of cattle. tt to take advantage of his offer. Better start saving ., .:

|J 1\1. Norman Lawtey. 2222t.JH PRESENTS

Official Exclusive now, if you are not already riding so, and '
sedan
) SALE-1927 Chrysler
r.splendid mechanical condition MOTION PICTURESOF then when the chance comes, you will be prepared ",
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good paint and tires; a real buy. THE I j
11927 Pontac! landau deluxe Beldam '
looks and runs good. 1924 .n.Nftf B;;;;;:71..N..St,,.. w Ii I
1 standard .6 Buick sedan for JACKSHARKEY I II i,
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Jonly $150. 1927 Dodge I

I I leather tires only upholstering run 15,000, Sedan'j'! I Overy BANK OF STARKE :: ::1':1'A '

I )1926:! Ford tudor sedan. 1-ton : body

(i-raham (Dodge) truck extra ROLL OF HONOR BANK '
I tood( tires and completely over I -vs- :
I hauled mechanically, new battery "

1 Just the thing for berry d-- Ii fl I, '
hauling.; Phone 142 Gainesville, i YOUNGSTRIBUNG says 1 I "' r f '""
b31 'il I
Will .
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J full information. .. -
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[ Sara> Brooking-Turnipseed.Gainesville Inc., nowprove to your ownsatisfaction I STARIl; (S fill J. E. Corpcninff j i
!121 I W. University, -
I Fla 2-22-tf BOXING MATCH that Buick I '
von' YOU i ( ;
DON'TKISS row

)m""I.it SALE-North quarter of half Section of South-six ROUND HV ROUNDWith outperforms any other car BESSIE> BABY, SO IT'S UNSANITARY ,ITHE[ LITTLE POOR. EVER.-HINC, FOR r, J P tI I j'

THIMO '
MANY OABV ATSTORE ) : '
22
township six south of range THE
PICTURE oorYrTHEV "
East 80 acres more or, less A COMPLETE lecile- TIMES ; WHV

Bradford county. Florida ,Ad- PROGRAM; Before YO'll CORPENING'S! I
dr.. *,n T. J. Bryan, P. O. Box No. ) ZXjA WASH iT'j I t I
1403, Atlanta. Ga': 3-1-H DRUG ;

FRIDAYAnd $1195 t:) ;$1187' Drive 5& t .. ,
I.UP: WANTED:Man wanted to a [ ./ '
run McNess business in Brad Sedan $1229 to $2145 I -3I ,'

ford county. $7 to $12 daily- Snort= Car$1225 to$!53DThms I t. -'I )-c cAll I

Year around work--experience ionv.ni.nt.m.c"nb. .
BuickCoupe :
,mecessary unusual offer. SATURDAY23c .eorf".n"d on thm "..., O. M, -- --i. :; 1 t
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Write at once. Furst & :.-_- i
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Corpening's Drug Store Vii''\
)J" SALE--Chick brooder 5Ctpaeity. ( > the little things to make baby's world comfortable
Price $7.50: Wood's Register Motor Co. and happy from bottles and tic thing rlngi --to rattles, "The Service Store" ''I. }
I1* balls and rubber toys. You'll welcome our helpful suggestion :
ultry Farm Starke.
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Starke Fla.
as well as our mod st prices. :

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Iir.T4r FRIDAY, MARCh I 1121

STAUKE FLORIDA _ _. _ _.. ._. '_ .---- --- --- : ---
TELKC5R.ini. -
ItlllDFOim COCXTV .. '- --- -- --------
.. .. Bordeaux to control downy "

-, r.\oi5 six .- _.., .-..-""-"-.'..-._- _._- -_-- _... uu- u.., ,_"-_. ,"_...._- .. ...-- ...-...-, .....".-"........-...,... ,' SpriI-gTi} e-t Start Specialists GiveSuggestions and nallhead rust reipe! ,

r ; : 2: m'f '2 .. -- "- Raise Poultry \//:1:; I For Spray onions with toba,.....
R' to ,
i r: How Keeping Bees and soap for thrips. (Cart. t..'

i tty Dr. L. I). LeGcar V.S.. St. Los. *,Mo* : I bed and make additional pi,
.J'\l
.i Farmers & Farming I tL. ,. .' I March Farm Work
Dr. l.rG.r (I. n nr.. <*2. Thirrr- i T !
.,,. lmincntuthorirr i -- Plant beans call1lll;, ,
; on diteucB of .liv. Mack and pool realize that the Income ,I .
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Editor: ) I I t:: on poulcrv and ....,,10: ratsmit.uihor.nJ Nationally lecturer. Florida Gainesville, Fla.-Following are watermelons cucumber,
(Agricultural A known "..ultrY breeder. Nmcd from the bee industry. In honey I ..
workto
I
.. I reminders of farm and grove corn l'all1ftower.: kale k..1 i
__ _.._ ---- this state totals around'
------ work. Chicks that and wax, In March These suggestion Transplant tomatoes, eg# ,
their good be done In

i 'j. Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute LIT: A J.lTTI.Ijo'IiSIII'IiI',\11"1': ; \:' :' : IN:' tlnup get plenty of sunlight will not develop -i a quarter of a million dollars an- I ( Illb youI'agent
and nually.
tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found ] "leg 1 1(; disease" or rickets among I Experienced beekeepers have the (Florida College of Agricul- about feeding a few l 1111

; : _____ To Be Best Suited to Our Country ()Ordinal Kiinllglit,, II Vital factor\ soft hens shell of. whom eggs will the be same rare thing In I found that the best time to start ture Extension Service and Experiment for May market: there Is m",

; ) Li ill tl1'.' H"\'I'lultllwnt of Chick<< In the business is in the epr:ng, Station. this. Prepare your land w,

.. '.:k_ \ 'hat the Ancients WorHtii true. begin I
\ ttees ,
'IIH March
fl'i the time orange In planting corn"Announcement
= -:- for about Itriioit Sous,, to farrow fore
; Mil' Blindly HH, a Ieity l Not the least of my reasons weather ;
1; |>| to bloom. It takes warm should be supplied with -S --
ARE hficncp Pi'cuc-N) To He- Truly !><'. ardently sponsoring the open I coming In from and April last week
nectar
: KIDNEY WORMS fo with a little I of nutritious feed: oats, rye
plenty
I.4,,'\'Illof/ KcMTCIICC'( front type of house previously I the blossoms for the bees to rear excellent. Feed( some formation and operationsForemost '
and are
this article Is the I declares rape Dairy Products Cm!
III rapidly
mentioned and build up fish
I brood and small amount of
: SERIOUS SWINE PEST The ancients of many races worshipped antagonism of sunlight to unwelcome -I H. E. Foster, apiary inspector -1 shorts tankage.a tlon Is of utmost Impoitanci ,-

the sun as a god. For centuries bacteria Here again we find of the State Plant Board meal or with quality da'rying! Interests of the sin ..f

It hasbeen used as symbol of I the ultra-violet rays responsible- several ways to start l'uultr': Start Florida Georgia and South '
__ STATES There are I chicks and provide suitable qlll1.rterll -,
V- SOUTHERN
IN purlflcat: and even In Christian They can penetrate. many substances beekeeping explans: Mr. lion as well as to the cont-'

__ we find our cliiidren :11 not admit other for them. products In these
churches today which w buy an established only of dairy
One can l''ollter\\ PainnPlant
? -------- ri. lil Hiiil ,
Little] Sunshine cannot go < which the 1 h,
I to
"Let
-- singing a light rays but they beekeeper, or buy a stalks and In others
from a
I i' Calnciv'lle., : 1 Fla.-.Hog grower I IIICOMMIMTIONH: : ::' HY In" Until comparative!; I through ordinary window glass, nucleus healthy sugar cane ( use no will\ be extended in due ecu: I
frame
to
i 2 In I : three I showing red streaks Inside! )
: 1 of Florida suffer greater losses AM. I'I.HUII'o"HUS recently, however It was not .BUS consequently. If It should becomenecessary bees and brood Another time. This nnnouncenieni i I \'

their herds from kidney worm I pected that there was a real basis to tlose up any part of queen Is to buy a two or three pound I control red tot Plant grazing pasture! quickly the All-Florida r'II'>',
; way and June
pk than from the lame round worms : The complete list of recommen.datlon In fact for all this symbolistic rev the front wall space ordinarily In- package/ of bees wth a queen This crops for May Drown Top millet held In Palm Beach last

r: which cause so much damage cle i submitted to the All-Klor- tieme for the sun. tended to be left open use a gills:, I package of bees can be put In a German or increased where the great need for hnup
I). A. Sanders 'ns iKtant that t iiiI"tr&v and thin planted now means graz- of tin
y dar d Or die Congress at Palm Heath recently Now science: tells us substitute over" a portion hive containing frames with full Get: seed I the dairy industry

veterlnar of the Florida Expert- I of conferences \ olet rays of the sun per white muslin or cheesecloth:! over I ot foundation. This will i ing 40 to 60 days later. and of Florida! particular. !
series sheets
the
( group planting
by March is corn
_ mi>nt :miion;' In a radio talk ovei Conn at least two very Importani: the balance Thli w:1I: admit the have a set of combs. I corn read. les- discussed and urged. iu- 't

. ,c WUfK Ki-bruary, 25 Dr. Sanden held In connection therewith I l'vh'eH for humanity and for anlmil nltra-vlolet rays and considerable soon Those who have stud:ed the situation time inVest Florida Plant Tinies-L'n Ion.
'
imaged In Investigating! / the which will In turn lit I IsubmlttF.d hainvCul pecleza In pastures.Ualry. '--
!!- now c': and life\ generally Certain fresh a'rBefore! here are Inclined to favol'the ---
carefully
method. Check records Interior ot '
,, life history and control by the Florida State I germ life cannot survive In the I very far with Inclosing method as the dunger -- Frostproof .
going latter feeds! low '
for kidney worms, of these and certain It H It la high Give low producing cows proof jrocerterla extensive
t of Commerce to As( membership III'allenee lays houses however disease is much less.
Chamber ) hen of and /sell tobutcher.
the damage canned bykidney I In ptoteln, fatten :
for
of modeled.
: _____ MUCh Is due to the fact In the form of a reterep.iltiin [:'hem hal processes no'eHsarl well to remember that the less ly Important to be sure the bees \ Gracevllle New front \. <,
worms cani'it Inspectors
: In older that the I attitude of ,>ropfc.' physical development hens are pampered the better off bought are free from disease the rate of
attack hogs (/llIun-Plant at housing i.
that thene parasites without them. Per I Hoardwill to building
built
determined I proceed fowls merely State Plant
;
be ) the
i for of
* 't I the Chamber may will be. Pity I latter half
they durIng
and cause them to I I bushel per acre /
of breod ng age Important service Information Store
the the! most cold Is pity request Drug
been made public by Imps they are furnish, upon
Is has Jubt because Use at least 300 .
condition month
This : I at this Work star
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breed. the aid
fall to '' The recommendations I'cndlo'ed, in this way Is Cold fresh air that regarding/ the t disease situation Penuacola -- -
t often preKnt when the owner does Chamber; of bony struccure's m'splacecl. always state. pound' of a complete fertilizer per Bayou Grande
y. 4 given to the growth by sunlight Is In any area of the I II bridge over
purified that
follow:: has been cl fields
been
has It possible uvo
not know the cause as This Is par colony cre.
body.
('fill fl'ITIH'l' Inside the the warm, stagnant established
< ,mwl'\'l1t: loll (: preferable to In buying an to reduce
ol
number i last "
In cotton year
_ demonstrated In a That the three consevatlon departments Llculaily Important to poultry rulasrs air usually found In a closed I of bees, one should get a hive well I were -'rm I
worms are moreprevalent weevil Infestation i'rt-'
h: caaos Kidney ('I filled )1111'11.Citrus:
)
In the South than in the vltamlneE lioiise. the It
-' In one department. \\e hear a lot about closer a house of honey.
I / f Sanders said. name) l 1.1.> consolidated forgotten( that the least 15 pounds Continue fertilizing young trees,
corn belt. Dr. these days No one seems to know comes to being Inclosed onall Block of bees Is not satisfactory, Cutlvate to keep I
often present Remove banks
&, ; r Kidney worms are noticeable That the state supervise and 111'0tect lust what they are but quite a lotS sides the more It U i excluding the the beekeeper can purchase a good and or Irrigate.
I weeds grass"
,, without producing any during the breedIng known about what they do and elements that only kill the old one, and down
parks Ital I an queen under
public Indispensable
symptoms. In the early stages of Is the Important thing, Of the full measure have a colony of italIan or both. Keep rust mites
that in
;, Infestat the presence of these seaxon. Vitamin tis sunsh"ne can provide remember'- he will soon devotedto .ontrol.! Spray In bloom for scab,
: be vitamlnes,, magazine
tour known be
season Any
That the hunting it should also bees. 1
rnnnot be recognized using 3-3-50 Bordeaux plus percent
In \live hogs
''i. worms the one needed to transform certain sunshine in has advertisements
; shortened. there Is less bee culture
that : sulphur
ed 1-40 lime
experienced oil
by an \: or
except be dill mineral elements of food Intc time, so bees queens and
ot deer other where
;
hunting
I Farmers often notice That the winter than at any showing Fight aphids Pecan and Plum:
,I observer eggshell. This Important the be bought.
and taking
oiiti nued. bone I the more reason far I bee supplies may lead arsenate to''
their presence in home butchered manufactured right In all what Spray again with
month Is of
i the rilamlne
during advantage -
That shooting ; possible ). Pecan -
fullest r'ulloVormlneslJ
another step control (
811
animals. the direct will take
i discontinued. the bodies of fowls by I Florida
In the later stages of the Infestation of August be of In action of the violet rays In sun- Is I available. upward In the commercial and : Turn under winter cover crop] &
guns overlookthe
paralysis of the hind legs That the carrying Finally, we must not world withn! the next 30 and all diseased material to assist

.' 4 often occurs and the animal drags the woods, except the hunting season ihlne.This is one reason why'I am always fact that without: sunshine. all building days following the recent discovery In the control of scab. Do not set 'TT' TVegetables\

: himself around by his! front legs. be prohibited.That front poultry of the food products so necessary Bradenton of deposits ot trees after March 1 0. S'de graft:
out of the Insisting on open near
A hog may live in this condition dogs be kept of range for bodily development and egg a porous cellular variety may be put In as soon as bark will
and plenty travertine
closed except houses if
season
I t ,j 8 .. for several weeks but death usually woods during the used by cat for fowls. Every possible production would be valueless of limestone, used principallyfor slip but chip buds before. ..
necessarily plain
space
that the where non-existent. It Is quite which will iui' len and TI'Ul'k.-Spray cucumbers -
thought <
4 : follows. It Is ; should be employed to expose not building purposes, <
caused by the presence tleman.I neans therefore. that the value of plain natural state and and tomatoes with 4-4-5( '
Is
paralysis Individuals who hire out their bodies'to the helpful action something we be taken from Its --------. 10 days earlier
That Is
I In the spinal sunshine sizes by the
I'k # of the worms I be licensed. of sunlight. Of course, this I everyday i dressed to marketable
boats for hunting afford to take for grantedU Corporation, an
canlbespeakertated. cannot
I not mean that they may not I' Florida Travertine cabbages
Joes and tomatoes
'Olll1I1IM..1011'8That 1 our
County<< < Important subject "Vigoro on \
methods for this pest Is a big, composed principallyof
Control I"
hot
days.
law with relation to seek shade on extremely be glad to : organization ,other vegetables gave most
the shall
A .t'' I are limited to prevention. So far bonds be amended to provide Too much of anything Is not good. for that reason I with any poultry Florida stockholders. 1 1 NOTICE! unusual results-for size: quality, l'.
'
effective surety Into It "
: : no remedy has proven that all such bonds be recorded liven: in the shade, In some catlell'l I go further Interested towrite \ -.r----organization, at taste,"states D.J.Thiapen,Georgians "
and the recommendation of the raiser Biifllclently The llowey Ala. "They matured 13 I 't"
can I
of the Circuit the ultra-violet rays the '
y L Station at this time with the Clerk I. me In care of this' newspaper Ilowey In the Hills announces i I days to 2 weeks eartLer"Easy ,1ft
to con- ,
.I .. t. Experiment sanitary! hog lots. The sanitation -'' Court and that said bonds be entered I fowls .In:.:sufficient:-=.::.:::..:....measure- --- ......-- --.--- -- ----- electrical treatment of orange DR. GEO. LYONS ,this kind of success with

'. are used In controlling' an liens against the prop- ,' to preserve Its natural flavor I Vigorot I Better lawns, flowers ..
system OF Juice .
i ::1 '' fl is recommended. In erty of the bondsman. PROPORTION and special machinery has been installed ; iurisTiitinOptometrist: : shrubs trees too. Complete, batAncecVigorosupplicsaelemcnts
round worms
\ ; v1 oluce of supervisor of orders ,
large
for That the ot
: care
brief, this system provides and that to take and Optician food for early growth,
Y'u abolished of plant
rat'on he ; orange Juice. I
has Florida
BOWS to fairow on land that ,, reglst olllcer be placed FARMERS READ PAPERS for the line of perfect development. Cleanodor

'* % 1 been plowed and planted to a crop the duties of suld of the boardof Wllh the decline In the price I less!Costs only lOc to 20c per 100 ,
it. l'lgsare under the jurisdiction whole sale distribution lawn, ,
the buy
since .hoga. have been on oranges sq. ft. Sold where you '
be ,
and
kept on clean land' until they county commissioners the circuit RECENT SURVEY SHOWS of Florida: orange Juice should of I Will\ be atIThliiizgsu'ortli garden supplies. Order today

.. months old and then re- administered through materially In taking care
help
tour ..
., .t aro Pasture rotation and sanitation court clerk without additional .'. j thousands of boxes of fruit this I Shop
moved. -- <(<'lIl' IS .
_ are the best methods of control corn e usatto the olllce a. of justice of the \ Another false theory has been season. V GOROCOMPLETE
to Dr. That S
; i now known, according peace be abolished. exploded. The old Idea that the (To 1Ilnnle1)We St. Augustine- Improved dock I STARKE rtANT FOOD

i !1 Sanders. That the act of 1927 relating farmer Is hayseed, a hick. or an facilities urged_. for this-place-- To examine eyes and fit the

_ to the term of residence In Flor- ignoramus who never reads the Journey on our separate ways ---; ----- I Consultationsand A SWIFT COMPANY produt 'iiJ

_ yk I IL ida before becoming eligible to receive newspapers and doesn't know the Through fair or stormy weather I ::1 proper glasses. G. II. BENNETT

r CHIPS! 1 the benefits of the mothers' \war is over has been shown to be \And far behind us lie the days examinations free. Dr.
Florida
-- _ _ ,I pension law be amended to require quite untrue by the National Fertilizer When we were girls together; SEEDS i Lyons can tell you more about Starke, -

4? ''Canning grapefruit one of the I tour years of constitution residence.be amended Workers Association.for this organization But O, S'ich loving memories twine your eyes in ten minutes free, 1IIh.'mmu.a..=' '- '

-, ,: miiln activities of home In demonstration St. Johns- That to provide the that county commissioners personally Interviewed 48,207 Around you, New ('iM>p, H)'-Te t-Iteacly i' I, than you could get for a $10 COFFINS & CASKETSand j

dub women Miss Anna E. Heist shall serve terms of four farmers in 35 states. Eight out of Dear old chum of mine! for shipment Now bill elsewhere. Call and see a Full LJn* ofUndertakers'

c; county reports on an overlapping basis In 10 of these farmers stated that

$ home agent. years order that some experienced officials they took one or more farm papers Your gentle) voice your tender Itcans, .'1'8", Tomatora, ('U- ,I Supplies
him.Permanent
and
home may always be In olnce.I seven out of 10 subscribed rumbern, IVppers Corn
y'iAF During her first month as and more eyes; seasonable varieties bctttfMlnptr
Major Confewnco to dally newspapers ,'r all AUTOMOBILE BEABSB
Jefferson face.
demonstration agent In Your sweet and winsome cl limit e
state their Florida
of the them received to
halt of *
1' ,I Miss Ruby Drown enlisted I That the governor than The fragrant softness of your hair; i Always as ..... TW .... .*rrtI "
county 70 shipmentfrom
requested Between soil. Prompt ..
Every ot Florida be respectfully local weekly papers. and AM WORK GUARANTEED tk. ta_Mt priw*. Cal <
125 Junior club members. I have prepared for Introduction and 80 percent of those Interviewed -I Your form of lissome grace big stock Oldest ('( I _al.. .. .......... ._.
& has a to
rural school in the county The woods we roamed the songs. In state, HY HIM: KMilBTEUD EMBALMCB
house
; I to and passage by the state In Florida subscribe to dally papers tabllnlied nerd I

club. I I an act to authorize according to the report of we loved; Send for 1929 Price! List I DEWITT C. JONES
legislature refund The bonnets that we wore; 20 Years' Experience:

\. of Nassau county are Florida .municipalities to the. association. dreams we dreamedthetears Martin Seed i 8TARKB. FLA.
: Farmers for hog teed tor'a period not to exceed thirty Old prejudices and old Ideas die The E. A.
early crops shed;
we
planning Indebtedness. when It Is generally determined -
I bonded hard. But Company
able to have their any ; and o'erl!
they will be I years I lived them o'er
so short false, they
Indebtedness that they are ------
of
early markets reports certificate Established. 1875JACKSONVILLE
hogs,ready for outstanding It takes IC i
time warrants usually die, even though I
or
agent. notes
r A. S. Lawton. county term Fields of corn and cotton,. PL.At
turned and Issued to provide them a long time In the process.

'1A1 Several to the farm production are being of hogs this funds for special Improvements already This Is an age when knowledgeis And tall lilies blackberry on the vines hill;- I __ ___ __ __- --.- -.
over legis lie Easter I n
existing the farmer. -
1'4; ; I authorized by demanded by pines! Choice PlantsI I
be of little Strawberry
a' year says. latlon. no longer relies on methods and The grove lane ::

-1i s. In-Indian Illver ronforriicr<< of Club Women \policies that were good even 10 \Rustling cane, a quiet with bloom.;
made white PAINTER'SSimon
.1 : Tests coun-\\ That there be absolute fire con- years ago. much less those that Plum trees beside the bed
that said
ty have shown conserva- in his grandfather's ,The, prayers we 1m-I
forest
; aid to were in vogue
than the trol as an shed-room! have
it Icea does better there time. Economic conditions are such In your little low plenty of good Improved Missionary
and
Crotalarla. Citrusand
of Pure

: other for thin varieties refcson a supply of the tion.That tUa state educational system that sibly he can must to reduce do everything costs and he pos-increase Magnolia blossoms' sweet perfume, proved Klondike, berry plants all from young beds state
i revised. i
seneca has been secured be of the mills\ ;
I seed of the I be reclaimed. since he gets little The music

I by County Agent W. E. Evans: That the Everglades enough profits profit from his: labor at 1 A wide hat. with an ostrich plume, I Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS inspected and passed; we carry Florida permit to ship

r and home-grown seed will be supplied be established.That A dress with lacey frills. I

In future years. That Industries port and Inland water best.The knowledge demanded by the Fennel bordered path-ways \ into your state. We can fill any order at 1000, $2.75;
M golden moon;
Beneath a
developed. farmer Is rapidly being made avail-
ways be Tropic Everglades National -' able to him through the work of Fire-flies among the trees- 5000 lots or more, $2.50 per thousand _For 50 years the
the
1' .. PIUMJUAM i That experiment I A half remembered. tune! .
: WRt.I l1131ILt Park be established.That agricultural colleges Are
/ [ : beautification stations agricultural extension word Bauer, has stood for the best berry plants grown,

L __ \ permanent be undertaken. services and other agencies. How- It matters not. that on life's road "TIME TRIED AND CROP

:i. Following!: Is a list of farm talks of That the highways vocational training for the evei, not all farmers can go\ directly -\ We travel far apart- side TESTED"Our and today we still produce the very best. We hope to
side by
.II stationVHUF
over We keep our\ treasures
to be given agricultural collegeor
their
:; i March 6. The 1 adult blind be provided. to sate within each heart! have orders.
ending Locked
the week' be manu- station. The your
) for That women's hats their experiment Brands are the Acknowledged -
)I given from 6:30: to 7 I Through all the year have brought I
Is institUtions
obtained by these -
program I la 20-1 meters. factured In the state. knowledge Standard by: which
S 'In cea p. m. The wave length I Intel niul Tourist. ArtlvllUi must be brought to the UII, Growers of Florida have

the state be advertised nln- farmers. There are a number of Of grief and care and pain. I all fertilizers for
Corn for 1 1t'rotit. That I together- Judged
March 2.--Fertilizing In dreams we road J. A. BAUERJUDSONIA I
1H agronomist,, tlonally on the scale Its Importancejustifies. ways In which this Information can nearly forty years. I
again
'
W. l K.!: Stokes. de dtsHemlnated. but the farmer la Girlhood chums for what
\ McGill. "Giving all we can
Florida Experiment Station. \ resources be to look for It In greaterand -Mary Armstrong I
coming
all
'h\y.i 4.How to Control That agricultural j' C we et Instead!! of getting ARK., BOX 10 !
March In his farm "
measure
greater Cyanamid for what w" give,
Ifi A. L. Shealy,, developed.That Tampa Ame-lcan we can I
::1'1 Worms In I'lgs Dr. Station,. the Io'iorldlState Travel papers and In his dally and weekly Company of New York may build U. the policy of
veterinarian. Experiment abolished. newspapers. lie Is keeping up with I I .
acid plant
ol llrea.1lIe \
Ear phosphoric
fL4; of an $1,500,000
March 6The story Col. That horse racing and similar the world of progress around him. waterfront. TilE E. O. PAINTER

_ Corn. Dr. T H Leigh dean winter visitorsbe along local :
.-; ; sports demanded by Concrete road com- FERTILIZER CO. : : :
Canal Point and other sections Palmetto -

_ teas of Pharmacy. I provided under the method to that and of the Everglades country announce ,pled between this place and Manatee ) ,JACKSONVILLE FLA. II .

_ Holmes county of operation similar
_ .; (rg Ten club glrU the In home gardeni control existing in other states where the shipments of green I county line I iil
are taking over now now exist f beans In express lots with the I 1- J. R. DAVIS ScCO.INSURANCE
sport
this year and will enter the stat racing and kindred Florida on an promise of a car load lots in a < ,.


_ I, 4 I ;i Itetllo garden Caudle contest home, according agent.to Mrs \equal, thus footing placing with resorts deriving elsewhere the- '' few that weeks.part/ of the Several state also growers have In a We can charge your

I
: % -----28-member which benefit' are mw which: would be\ fine prospect for cabbage and will\ \ YES 8 UKS \\1 1
has monetary
county
ot Oadsden the all-jcar garden contest aud I 1I i lorldu'n but for luck of f these fa start t me shipping In March.Jlgg's Th Delight Everglades some I STORAGE BATTERY In i .

_ many of these members are alreadY cilities. country has staged the customary AGENCY
1 ---
7ff variety of ESTABLISHED 1886
good \
___ getting a Arrangements are being made to comeback and wa a great surprise

_______ 1 vegetables for family use. sayi organize a cow-testing aasovlatlon to President-elect Hoover upon his: StarluFla. .

__. Mia KlUe Lutntte._home_ agent._ among the dairymen of Palm I I recent visit there with Govertio, Smith's Garage STARKE FLA.

-- Beach county: according to M. UI Carlton and other prominent visi I
hlghwa:
Connors -
ilri. opened Okeechobee to traffic I Mounts, aasUtant county agent. i tors. : : ---...;; -<: -5#


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chained to a pillar 'that the said defendant Will Ilanlk. fever tick. (N\V14) of Southwext .(uarterdWV4) of April, A. r> II: UD. before me Ilin- :4
and he 1 is h.ereuy required to app.al HUH, iUarantlne shall hiIn full Section two ((2) Tuwrmhlp orable (leorge A. Clardlner, County
The boys were chained In sucha lo the bill of complaint' tiled II .aid force and .1.\.t on the 4th day of Seven (1. South, ItanKe Judite of Hi ad ford County
cause on or before MOld.y. .Flrt March A. ., 119) .. ontallh.1 one hundred at his office, In the court 110111.
way that they were unable to see lay or April, A. 1,1., utherwl.. lly: of the StateAv Stock twenty (120) l.r.. more or IPHH. the city of Starke .H nt
1 I the of lB bil will be n lad"o ,'. and being the place' formerl) ownedant my final return and'Iorld.pr.. t

HIGH SCHOOL each-ther face. The first period I.keI al.g.Uonl.. (o"f..1 by clefend- J. KOWAItns Cha lrm n. occupied by. C. ]I Andr"l. with tion for final discharge a. administrator :
JOURNAL J. V. KNAl'l' tho to be
I "" M..r.t"ry. al'I'.t.nBn. .. M.ld "BI. of the estate of Uluhaod flay
I spent In the prison was filled with /'f
IS FURTHER (IRPEUKD, that State ""lerlnll.I.. 111. pumtiant I II ..I. i..r..to nat- White,
Pone at Tampa, the nnd d.,1
this order publlnhed once a week 1.IOI.h" ry Infy name < 1.1.
and P.
songs stories by the brothers WHITE
toi four .o".uH.Iu.. In tuellradfurd 6. 192H. -ll-3t-3-i.. V. K.VIilllT, u1unne
--- --- AH Special MitHter I In 2-a-9t-4-1 AdmlnlHtrator
a news.paper -
to keep themselves cheerful and County 'eI.ll."h. I.h..y.
|r \VKY; FARMS: WINS HARD Choosing no particular subject he as of general 'lr'llalo". pub- OTI12 LAYTON 4HAY.U.ln..vll. : -

FO\'OIlT AME; FROM: discussed character building I much as possible, free from State.... of In Florida.r-lai Ke, ..alhl.d .'ouICY. 1"1". 2-1 1-3t-S-l: NOTICM OK AIM"AIMII\IHTIt I.ICVri< \ KOH VTOU'I

nU.\UI"OUI) TORN A DOES; pointing out the many thing i thoughts of their plight nut at WITNESS the seal "if thin court TO Notice WHOM, IT MAY OOXCKUNJ: 1111 WANTKI: 1.\I.1
young hereliy given
of < !. \V. Alderman that on the
-- people should length they became said. They a* ads. thu name Oth of Notice hereby given t Henry
take Into consideration Clerk of Court this the 2Jrd day February, A. L> Itlilt. the (
Moody' of Alfred, Maine,
in' Penney Farms five beat particularly Christian Ideals. realized their position. Their day of February, A. U, 191.1 :'11. l.l\e of stock Suit iar'In Itinird, of At the regular meeting of the Hooper, of item, M.ln. a.nrl" lIla:
nttulurinectliiir
,iltord's! Tornado again last Fri- He said that people voices lost their cheerful sound (I.V.. ALtCitMA. I .n".lh..I.1'lorld. I purmnint Board of Bond Trustees of Bard- I I. DowneR, of JBI'k."nvll. "'Inrld.
are not Riving Clerk i muni Court nL"1111
I tho heir .
!nlght with a score of 14-5 but I enough thought to those things; I and became sac and dreary. lly 11.\1"11>; : C20I.to mid Art I of the .. wlh'hlpt.i he. ford county. }o'lollda. to be held Hooper only derennerl. that t the under-

x had a hard time in doing it. and that they should Francois: to cheer his broth- l i ity \lerk Mate ut Florida, L.al.h'tl.> '."r on the 6th day of March A. !>., ,nlirned n* AdmlnlHtrator of the eH

Bradford boys looked better the less valuable desire stop and feeding give era for he was the oldest of the.Solicitor A. S. ,'Ptfl\ViS,tor Complainant.orilKOK I.olltlon ailoutiutuid| | iiuxtivd the fi> 1U23'1 1929 bids will be received by the tate Intend of l.rbel.t, A. to Hooper the' ,Honora deceaned.>blfleniae .

,, : they have In any preceding more t.me to the finer things In three. His youngest brother was ._3-1-5t-3-:9 ltpoIniiiiilt1'ltl.M mild board for Its requirements of A. (lardlnr: County d"o ofHrndford f
-
"mi" of year and put up a great I life. pure and beautiful he was the' Th. Hlale t.h" oils, gasses, tires, tubes County, Florida. tin -
I > KIN II. IU"( IMl(.K !BnlllH.lrd of th" Stale of I Kalol18. day. March 17th, mi. at 10 o'clock
ht I The defense showed mark- pride of the Honlvard household. !", acting ptirniiuitt ,. hull! In and lU'cesHorlea. Af.. for HP order to take possession -

1 ,mprovement after a week of MWSIIITSRehearsals ; I Frnncoir' heart was sad when he Notice U hereby gl\rn that' sixty acL'Irllinceit Hie h flmpter !11201> I, AitBof I The above bids to Include su p.plps the hereinafter dencrlbed real

,itU practice. and the offense thought of him in this prison. The day, after account' Ilat.and hereof vom I Ivlll* tl.ad-myllnal t tofore' 1"II.la'lr...Iulon..r2:1.duly: adopted. hue here liy, for all equipment of the said ...'II. its the HHHet Interest of aid of .the.tat.ahovaluimed and

"m have had more success but of the musical comedy I next one was a hunter who roamed mlnlHtiator of the I .t"i.h.I'ofV.. A. mild that n".rl.part ,of|Zimex under NOH." 7 iiiiariinl ln,. rd. and to be delivered at h.lr. nt law In nnd to the
V and III, following ileHrrlhed .
i the poor lighting: and arrange- "Time Will Tell." which will the hills in quest of the fox. To Urlbll. deceuHed. 1 wllli County I he Ilouiora Judge- which comprlMeH levy (JIU'hrlMt. Stnrke. Lawtey and Brooker. In llrndford! County, Flurldn lan.l. .Itual.to-wlt:
A
lit of goals on the Penney court. be presented by the Woman's Club him his fettered feet seemed the of Kradford U.. (Inrdl..r. V and link :a."I. nil St.of Joliim IMival 1)'lnl. noith nnd\ Tho board reserves the right to IhiglnnliiHT at u point whete Wentmoreland .
; ; IAI\ jvewt .t Clay and ,
I Ih4, locals surprised everyone next Tuesday are being held In the worst of ills. for his approval Much "r'nI'inv h-I"ralor.\' I dl.- Itrndfurd" ("ountlvR t and haw. KUn i .cl.ionollte reject any or all bids. I on thu Kant Street Hide of'ro".e.e ut liter 3rd.In Street nil nt.undon 4"

\ ,'I ogpeclnlly their opponents Bradford auditorium. Quite a few I Around the dungeon was the L"'g.& let its clay of h. I I921.IODVVAUU t i I of I the HK ..'lbl.hn.11 i I I I I ld of(-hui ituchiiunimilhie >- E. S. MATTHEWS.Chairman.. South ..i. of 3rd Ht and run

attack In the students have arls : i-j;. tllllllllLK.3l'it42l .ter !I2)1) and rw'I : I Kant I 174 'a fen II a point of beginning
id/ a strong first ]) in the play. ocean and often the boys could ) nm-exMnry ill|ppi| nit ; I hence run South, 609' feet to A '
1 felines
mil. tlelng the score for a I feel the spray as It dashed high i .\IIIII".ator.- JiilB"" I'onMrurted, rorrnlM I Kindroi-0 and "tieiiM Counl ha\ii- ATTEST: ...ke; thence run Went 179 feetmore

i>i i'< time and allowing the The last tests of )February were Into the dungeon through the burs. 'Ii'ItI1)1: -' PIN.\I. JI.t'l UU.I,: ald> ..h..II., 0.whli 10.-II In I l portion of C. A. ]'UTCl thence; or less along to Westmoreland Kant: vide of street Wealmoreland -; I P

'"Miners no more than a 7-3 lead given this week. The first tests of At length Krancols' oldest brother NO' %. .TJIKUKKOIUS.) HIJ Secretary. 2-8.4.3-1 Street 115 feet to n stake:

'It'" half The enemy continued I the next month will he given In became sad and he refused his Notice hereby gl\c.n that sixty I SOUHl!1 I, fly the State Uv TJnk!: thence lOiiHt abase feet linn tl fir) a.t.i 1l.'rmasl.i't'iareliunuluu4ll

two weeks. (lay* after date hereof I will tile my lnl.y, BOard of Ih. Statu 'lr- OltlllN l\('I,! M Mllllt I'M
f have! trouble with the Tornados' food. At length he died. And Jlnal account and voucher BH Kxecutor : 1 I rcKUlar II1CI'I i nit iiMHi mt> l, thenru. North ISIS feet 3rd Street

: ''dPP i defense In the third quar- I Francois, although he could not of I the KHtate of "'. ElleryHiivl thin tilt day of February. A .n, 'h.n. Went along South boundary
I I)lit, t Hint reRtilar HVHtematlo dliipliiic i i rtlI'P UIMKMIIIUHI 1 : That nta .of 31.1 Street 2:18': feet to point
I hiii In the last few minutes of The game between I the Whll-, see him knew him to be dead. Still lleo. .A., dereaxed llanllner& with 4' the lon.r.bll' of caltle:: Hlmll bn: held In Chit itunt- reKtilnr nieetlnir of the Council I of beginning b.lna In. Ka.t half nfSotitheaHt

..i game flashed the system with wlud and Hampton to have been 1 he could not see his dead brother, Hradford. County. "(111) and ask ford: 1 (-ountv, Florida, which I IH a por of the Cltv of I.rk.1.1) '>11 'quarter of Seat Ion 29: ,
for: hlH apploval i and I.w,my L.I iiiL I dl I tion of mi Id Zone N .. ID at eat u of county, 'I"I'hl. lie on I the INIh t ToxMikhlp 1 South. Itangn 22 PiusL
1 .
}itch they had bowled over the played last Friday was postponed nor could he reach him for the charge' a* such ExecutorThi the otlli-lal dlpplnavata lociileil In day of erember, A. ). till at ItsreKiihir FHANK H. 1X1WNKHAdmlnlHtrator ( .

nlh a week before running: the I on account of the wet court. fetters which bound him. They let d i March 1929. I Hiild ,'ouI'Y. on thu dayn mid! tluteM. Iltihet I n g place' I n the (City of of 1.lal.(.f
I M. MAVIS n'xpux-trullv' h.r.lllt.r net oppoMlte Stnrke, at eight o'rlork p. itt, thereIoiiig Iteroert A. Hooper, d.ce..<
,>rt up to 14-5. tame to bury him and dug for 3-1-91-4-26. .LfI Jxecutor.t :the nitniu: itt' dlppliiK vuttitreepct'hivcly. prenent the mvmbera -, 2-1-5t-3-. _

(Inn; McMillan headed the home Harold Wall H. L. Brownlee, him a shallow grave in the floor The IIIIMIPH of each ofitald of nil Id ,'oln'II.I 111"wlnl( : I I'u'. .
,' I vam I In sit ii! ronnty and ,
olll.lnl Alderman.V.. ..
,>'s' meagre scoring with three Sam Alvarez and Gerald Cox sup- ; of the dungeon. Krancols begged/: : \HTKIC1: %oi'ItioF H 'I.M I Ih. ( duteH of rewtilnr nyntemntlf I.. A. DavlK, and, I.'.Wlol., II.rll.rl., "b..nt. I XITICU

ints, Gary Overstreet and Ger- plied cars to cary the Tornado basketball -,! for him to be burled out In the Hereby notice that under are a> .1\Ilng of rartlu lh.r.lt. none. At which 'flied I Im.r IL I ii proceedliiKH -
Klv.1 : :
In Circuit
,1 split the remainder of the to- team and rooters to Penney sunshine but In vain for they and by virtue of 1'11.11I.1 UII.plnM Xfheilulm. for llrndMtrd i were had, null g which Florida. In Court Urad..r.County,

I with free shots. Farms Friday night. only laughed. Judge Decree of of the foreclosure Twenty-nlxlh lalle Judicial Ih. Name of('vat"u.t, Florida Date. were Coiincllmnn Ih. following N. SternlieiK: presented I U. LOuise chancery.. )

Gerald Cox showed signs of the Still more.agony must Francois >_'iictiit. In and for Hruilford, County Ilairell. March 6. 1I2( mid every a certain I ordinance I ami moved fur Complainant
"Florida on the 13th day of Feb.A. 14 dayn thereafter. i ItH iiiianlmoiiH I adoption and Vt.'V.ler
vIe of play he carried! on lastar Ten pupils took make-up examInations bear his younger brother was I 1)I. 1929. In favor of BradfordCounty County Line March 6 ltilP, and without reference to any l'a."I. J. llarman.I .

: and the floor work of Junior last Saturday morning.All /:. stricken and finally died. Francois Hank a ('orpol'alon. and every I 14 day \I hereafter: t tee, and I thereupon Councilman '.V. I lefendant.Order >.
Ira delemlantn. March I i Heromled KB Id motion to or l Bbll<-a Donnell and Nolan Canova examinations were completedlast realized! he was dead and with one against Plnhol.l.r. a1. 1111Ihr.y. 6. 1929, and ev- I.VII by altldavlt attacheil
i conned The UII'rllln"I. Special er thereafter.iiRHiMi. nd imxn mild orIIHI'UP.!I Inaccordance I
to be outstanding. Dave week. great bound he broke the fetters Master .1.r .sale In ..Mulch it, liiij, and with I mild mil and I. to n"r..rhll urplalnt fllad In lb."h.v. *
I front of the South I of the court 14 days thereafter. every mild motion then 'and there that the r."ld.nl'of
ore. Merrill Struth and "Gator" which bound him and was at ins house In 11.rk. FlorMa. between IteHiient. MHI-I-II It, 1939, and every put to n vote of I the A 'i'Iansi 1.111. Walter .1. llarman' I is to

man also got in the game and Talk of the coming Inter-class brother's sde.! ". hours L a. m. and 2 p. m., oil 14 dajH tliereafter.tlrem and I the 1'01 I b.I"1I..1 I I Huld motion complainant; that there I* no peroit
Monday March .1 h. 1929., to the Mnrch 6, 1929, and wide ii'utit I I I by t the vote I In the State of Florida, known toI
1,1 well. basketball tournament Is going the Still Francois did not die But .iighent, nnd bent bidder for cash Ihet.lowlnl 14 ilajH theteafter. every of all I I member* preHent;: : which I ordinance .I- I afTlant' service of proreM' uponwhom +

I The Whirlwind's game with rounds among the students and in still he had no hope nothing to deKrrlbed property lying I New '\ltivrr' Shin-h 7, 1929. and 'v- i IH I In wo'dl and lall...ful In w- would bind the mild defendant I
In Ilindford County. Flor- ery 14 dayn thereafter. Ing. : In I his Hiilt for divorce. I It therefore '
Hampton was postponed on ac- all probability this annual event live for. How long he lay by his ida. to-wlt: KdwaifiH.: : Marrh; 7. \2U. jind every AN ( KNTITKKP AN ordered that said defendant bo I!

lunt of wet weather. will come to pass within the next brothers' graves he knew not. But A Thr..f.ourthM u"lh'hl.d Inter 14 "IY. thereafter. OIIISA'I'J I"PINANf I Ti I Ii arid, ) appear to I the bill of Complaint l I I
I'I"\I'II'II""H
eat tolowlng Janus. the Southnaif Marrh 7. 1929, and every 14 : Hl'H-' In this ranne, on or before the 4th
S few weeks. on awakening he heard a most of $ of LOt 11 In Section day* thereafter.llodKw 1'\.t.INI Uf'Ti 0 TI1K I gl'AMFIFl' : day of M.r.'h. A. I>. 1929. otherwise 4

t.\lWltU TKAMS: beautiful sound. He raised his : 80. Tonnnhlu: ) 6, hangs 20 KnHt.ontalnlng AlHirh ii, 1929, and every HI.KCTOHH: : OF TillCITY ( I this .1"Kal.nl of mild bill will b
]1.\\'.; ni'SY WKKKI ; ; : 20 acres, ale Went half 14 :davM: thereafter. Til IQt'i'M"t'lN: III* IH- .ont..d by you. It
I to
!Mrs. A. E. Wall has been absentfor to the bars and found Southeant quarter ofjouih PhllllpM.. Starch ITAIKJ.
if Lot
eyes i I. situ 8, 1929, .n,1 every rvii.vi11: : / II further ordered that thin notice bepubllHhed If I?
f
two weeks because of an at- be a bird who seemed to be singIng half of Lot 0". 1\101,,31, : thereafter (tll'2OttO.Ouo( loU.lA itt-i IN KONIIS once a week for four ronHerutlvv -

I The Bradford basketball teams tack of influenza. for him alone. At first he r i i'I.: .Range'* more 2il'or, :less,; nlno /ill'r"l\,enfter- H,, 1929, and every 14 FOIl TIIM IUIII.I1INO! OF A Mtr- Telegraph week In, published the HrndfordCounty laHtarke

jind up an unusually busy -weekday thought It was his brother's soul \\.1 naif I of Northwent quaiter of I \\'I'r.l. March 9, 1929, and every CITY NICIPAl. lil'I.PINO. WITHIN THU. Florida.: \
"Ti!E: PRISONER: OK CHILLOX" orl h wet qunrter' nd I Kant half of 14 .laYI ". lf' I Thin the KUlh day of & A. [
The Tornado plays the come to comfort him but the bird buthwee t quarter of NorthwontiliiaMer i Marrh II, 1929, and! every 14 HH (HlliAlNKP by the City D. 1929. January '

iiwety( Boy Scouts a return visitis flew and he knew wasn't. He : and Southwest 'ijunrter of.outhvest dlh'I' Council of t the Florida City :of Storks, Itradford (t. W. AM>
i county. I that theie Hhalllie NHMAN
iiuarter of NorthwentJuarter Un'K Ii. 1921)), and
afternoon while the Junior This theme written by Hilda arose and paced the cell. In the Section 32. Townnnlp 6, I every held In the IIH Id city, at the preH Clerk of Circuit ... -
Sullivan of the English literature :: r containing; : : 50acre Oralmin .r.a tt.r. cot City I Hall on the 12th day ofMarch (SKAI.) Hy UI.ANCIJ AI.UKUMAM ,
'
4 ]:gh girls go up to Baldwin wall he dug a hole to allow him to more Range" or SO lenn.AlHo East. 14 day I ]''lr'h 11. 1 1929, all every, ) A. I II S., I 102II. a Hperlul I electionIn "ul)Clerk. I'I'I I IIc.

1: funding out the number of games class, is a prose narration of the up to the bars. He sat and .I I the title and Interest to I, Slimed b..r.r. 1929, and I accordance with i the in'iiv i : ofthis I M. JOINI. II "' ,
I Lord get belonging toIra 14 dayn I every t'onsuitumtiutu: arid 1 IIIWH: : theHtate Solicitor \ 2-1-51-3-1 -
, liyed this week at a total of five.I poem by Byron. stared about him. The world seem- the 1.luwl"N 11. thereafter. I"j"1 I
.. and being $amlueIi| City Mar<-h 1929. and I of I I t it :
I The Whirlwind'played the Francois De Bonivard and his I ed beautiful to him. Afar out In In Hradford. county, Kloilda. towitLot : every ;14 days tlierenrier.2. er of the j'lorhll.hlll,1 1 tl ..Id! .1..1.1 I NOTICI4 OK MANTKU'M: H.; .

lampion sextet on the home court. two brothers were imprisonedfor the ocean Francois saw an Island.On Two and North half of Lot 11. 'I In.lo. March 12, 1929, and every" election to .I..lln. the queHllon
14
Section SI, Township 6. Range 20 thereurter. of Twelve
(112-
| (
In the Castle of Chll- 1."lnl Thu".nno Notice I Is given that under
pd Wednesday both the six years three tall trees Kaat 120 more or Hail March I dollam hereby
'I" this island grew (011.1111M acre U, 1929, and every 14 010.111)) In 1. City nnd .
by of that certain -
hilrlwind and Tornado teams lon for resisting the dominationof around the Island werebeautiful I".. of Hlork 16 WardClly days therrnfter.Croaliy i,f "IRrk. for the piirpone of build.In decree of foreclosure rna
all miicle
and Section 8, Township 7, Marrh un III/ '
, Florida 13, 1929 and even14 NT Il-II'I I hiilldlnir, or City .
,,lent over to Waldo to contributea the Earl of Savoy. flowers. Range 20 KIIMI: -, Sled! 'I.k'il 11 and ISit day IhereafKr, Hull, wllhln I sit City of Slarke.MM diary 15th. A. 1>. : z.ol by Honorable I'' III
double-header. Francois and hs: two brothers I to set him free. Hlork 18, of \ )', SectionS N.rl'ln.' Marrh, 1.1, 1929, anil ev- t hat A. Z. Ailklnn.and the Clrrult I -
Soon they came -UHTln:1 UHIAISI I Court In for -
Townnhlp T, South, Hange 20 end P"" diiyH. thereafter. the judd .unly.
S were thrown In this dark dungeon. Why be knew not, but to him thisjonelydungeon J. U FKAZKKKpeclul Wynn, March 14, 1929, and every, election Hhull, .bear Illr""II\'e January hit Florida In that certain culls" wher.In I

|KV.; RAYMOND Their father had been burned for had became sec Mauler.E. 14 duyii theresifter.'andorbilt A. 1) I 1929. and In "l. of H. N. {owln.In complainant and I
I I .n.mln.lOII .
I ( 11. AtiuoiwiU
Xr. JOHNS. Mairh I I
14. 1929.. and very One I IhoumimlM ( $I, ( ) Whlow,1
CHAPEL SPEAKER he would not forsake .Iolnr.
tenets hermitageto 2159t3lui'I'Ii : .I 14 County Hunk a
ond home. This was a Solicitor Complainant days I h..r.r.' and! Hhall I I bu numbered, and lank
of Gothic -- 14 1029 11.11.. of Starke, a roporatlon; and
,
There are seven pillars chains and fetters Walnwrl.ht. and follow:
I The
hm.: dirt 1'nllak I and
Company,
) { Rev. G. P. Raymond was again I mould in the dungeon where they became his friends. His releasewas : 0 K KI.IX'TION: .v.ry Aller"'I.dlY"Mlr'h th.r.h.r.16, I II29.! and ev Number One II.OIKKMI Amount July Maturity IH, 1830 tlon, trading a* York Mill a,corpora-are d.- I

o speaker of last Thursday'sha were cast. On each pillar was a secured when his republican I. Harold C. Wall, mayor of Mtlrke Juihne, thereafter. Two U.IIII.O I July I 11, I 11131Three t.n".nt. the undernlgneil .Hpe- ,
March
MaHter
15, P129. appointed In ald finalderree
pel exercise and a fine and from the ring a chain was of Florida, by virtue of In.1 every H $ .000,00) July 1nt, 19UV -
gave ; ring friends captured the castle ed In me by law do hereby call ar days thereafter. Four fl.onii.OO I ) July Int 19:13: will nell for rah to the last ,
lid, Inspiring talk to the students. suspended. The three boys were election to ba held at the city hull i'rawfrul ?.larch' 15. 1929- """ .v- Five 1,011(1.00( July IH,, 11194' bent and highest bidder, In front oft
Chlllon. cry H .t"y. iereaeTherujmi. he court holme door In "
March 12.lU29. .
---- -- In Huld city on Hlarlc
_
to dlt.rmlo.TU..Ry."h.lh.r or not March 1(1( 1929, nnd ev- Six 11,0011.00 July 1st. 19311 Bradford County Florida. (I I
, KfNKKAl ('OXIIVTKI: > the fly shall I".u. hondM cry days thereurter." Seven 11,00000 July Int 19IHKlKht : day the fourth day of Mlr.h. A. I.
: JIOWK: I In I the amount of $12.000.00( for thnerection HUlhl"' Marrh 16. 1929, and every 11 000.00) July iHt, IIU7 lull, during the 1 legal *
1IKKK: 1"OfICS. 14 I Nine U.OO.III( July IM, 19314l'i'um : for the of '''
In
of rminUlpal l building .. / purpose satIsfyIng
State Marrh, I 10, $i.OuuOuO 1st. 19.1UKleven
How ..rm. 1929. and ; oJJ'Jf llnul dorren. the tlttncrloedreal
to Play .a"l ciy. 'I tolowln&
1U4I
every thereafter. $ Int,
.I.y.
Elizabeth of sall : A. W I estate, being laHradford
services for Mrs. l.p.dor. el"'lon And lyllK .1.1
Twelve
% Funeral H. A. I. 'L'h and every perHon. fl.OOO.fll July lHtt94t ", to-wlt: -
Howe. 92, who died at the .Scott, Clerk; T.: J.I\} i'nilriik.In I or ('url."rIUol. who IH now or hi.re.rl1 10lh t'I'lne I IntereHt hall 'h. Southeanl'OIY. quarter of HuutlieiiHt -
testimony whereof, I hereuntoHUbHCllbe i It.r Ih.owner or I..rI' b.11')111.I In Kohl coin I of the United' I.
A. e..tollll.or the Soiithweiit
Mrs. A. ; .
'Iu.rl.rj q".rl.r
her daughter In
home of
of America of the I
my llama and cause the I' ..1 d".rM' now or. preHent of $ iiuarter 1 and tha South' I
BRDGE Smith, In Lawtey Friday, were Heal I of said city to be heieunttl' llfII "" ",' .' h.lnl within llrndrore weluht Int Hlandard' at I the I Hanover east.ulu."t of Southweet .rl.I'
x I'd, t his the I llth day of (ounty. Ore by law National I Hank I In I the i Clly i>t New of 'I".rl.r ..
F.hl'llry.A. Twenty-four In-
r"'llr.o (24) II
held at Kingsley Lake yesterday I1029.. to dip all such iuit York. unlvHH ho"r.' purchaHed M.l'lon .
wlhll .. .,10 the bo- ,
acreage
afternoon with the pastor of the hA ltOIJ) C. WALL, iluyif from and <.dlnl I the ii nut locally. HO then they. will longing thereto and.X'.I I more
dlptilnir date In mild Iltt| "ul. .' I
MayorATTKST : its n| '>rlped be payable at Much ImiikliiK Inxtllii"tlon .
In : : ly denrrlbiicl follow ,
church. a* : !
Lawtey Methodist I In I the aforennld 'omm'lllnrI
Wynne : reMolullon! t hot a* In "r..hl. with the purrhiiHer .
Ferguson the SouthenHl )
j; charge. Rev. L. W. Klckllter as- C. A. (HKAL) IH nay, within fourteen: t fron or purrhiiHei., mild bUII. lo / corner ..
j'UTI'1 and Went
rYI. (24) II
running
a ''nrijlln'f the City I.ttI! ; "V I..*rch not bear a IntereHt, I "ii six I
2141a.l.O'I'I'I *
Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDOH"Copjright Isted. I U.21..lt one or lor.of the ...f.iifiai pHff" unt per Kr.I.r 'payable I emlunnuiilly. i- on ..dl.n line one hundred talus
the mother of Mrs. .rl..11 aforeHald, 111 11 ,'h"lll. I thenre North Twenty (2U) ).
Mrs. Howe
!\ : ,
reHoltilli' and *, thenre lOunt one
.h..le. IIH Hhall b I1M IT FIHITIIEII,I PIll)/IN Eli that hundr..1 > II,
19:8 by Hoyle Jr. V. J. McCormick and Alex Howe, moHt rotivenlent ,, the owner or. the form of ballot, to be lined at ald ((1001 I ,rhalri, I to Mertlon line; theno J't I

of Gainesville, was born in Lon- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: riintodlan or pemon In charge oi I Khali i I he I South. to point of beginning, excepting 4 1 I: _
.Notice I I" hereby given that the stehst I It', upon I the dnl. slieti tied 111 .1..101 "lh"I""Ial. therefrom about Thirty-live (36) ', I, _
ARTICLE No. 19 don, England and came to America State Live Sloth' Sanitary Hoard of for oln.lul riitllB I 1 dipping I ill nuch lolowlll. .(form' of elec acres on North Hide of said Soullt I. Ii'utst

In 1872. She settled In the the State of Florida I In regular vam, respectively. and to dip or II.'I.'U'IAl of 10n.1 quarter of Southnant iiuarter.ic'ontalnlng I -I _
Contract Brwljre has been making and then if overbid, he can safely} bic1!' meeting aHHembled.- the Sib lay t-ILIise ha dlpp.| all such cattle, to be held. Ciy 12th "day.(.t"urhIL. one hundred Heventy-flv* r
Klngsley lake district: some years of .bruary. A. I>, 1929, adoptedthe each In,1 every tourl.." day front h. ( *' arrn more or ices In ald H ctlon -
treat progress lately and is now hem the diamonds. At Contract, however, reolntlon: and after the d.te of the llrnt A. II. 1029. Make a rroH X to this Twenty-four (24),
j'layecl' in many of the New York Card the sound procedure is very different later and had made her home there "lE lullwln. o'.VI'' :U by the State lung of such .." respectively dip-In left of the r.p..IIOI either for or A 10 the Northeast quarter and ( I

Inlis. The greatest objection to it as B must so bid his hand that he can since. Stork Sanitary Beard l of the such be ot, the aforesaid vain tie Mini "lall.t. HO to a. Iuleili. the way !t I Kant: half of Nort hi wePt quarter 1' : 't
State of Florida, In regular meeting moat convenient and on the dateii YUI d..I.. v.I. lh. Northeast of Mouthw
i Club bid both clubs and diamondsand Funeral services which were quarter
of the ._ .
game was the length safely assembled that until further ordered above MpHc-llled for oltlr-lal I dlpplnic I at or I12.000.UO bond for this quarter, and Ntirthwet of I
rubber;but now t hat the game is better yet give his partner the choice held at 4 o'clock were under the the pal,! Hoard will pay to each mirh vat, Mpectlvely until such hulldlna1 of n municipal bulolll In'' Southeast quarter and f'"tt. .I

I,mlerstood it i ia found that the average between the two suits without obliging direction of DeWltt C. Jones Com and every owner or custodian cr' time Hoard aa the State IJve'stork HILIrt. the City_ of "IRrk. 1'1011,1.. :if Southeast )tectimes'rweimty.tlve
lary of Florida I ; f
lubber of Contract is thait him to make high bid. The only person In chance of any cattle now Hhall di.set. IKllllt $2.000.00 tnI t'A..t) 40*
a tlnue lo Cnt.
no longr to or hereafter being In HradfordCounty (dlipln In mild ( 'only. the bulldlntf of ". biilldlnu
pany. acre more or
Ine of Auction. As a bing'' way to obtain the desired result is for two Florida, who shall din under IINIitIl.itFL, ANI> AliOI'TKf I In the city. of II.rk. 1'lorl<. Also Sixty chain Weat I
Howe is survived
diamonds Y's Mrs. by the supervision of saul 1 Hoard or its \by the Htate Hlork ': ) that 1."lnnln.
Htyed at the Card Clubs almot B to bid three over two 1.lv. Sanltaiy 1111' of the corner of Maid Heel ",
daughters Mrs. A. A. Smith of AIAj ( owned by or In H".r,1 of the of I h I shall opeifed for '
INe exclusion of Auction and a new heart bid. Then if Z or Y bids thre or 1.nt. .11. day 'Ifrldli pull v.lli lion Twenty-fly ((25) and running I
,
A. and _
of of such I In arrordnnre !
or owner 1
'ontrart Code has now been prepred. four hearts B can bid four or five cubs Lawtey and Mrs. W. J. McCormick ,.or CI.lodh 11 ..or.,person In charge HTATK:orJ. :' HTOCK $ zrTIV 1"1 K..rll...lawa.d of the State of wlh ". ((40)Wet,chaIns on said. thence lection North line, Forty 1

P he Whist Club of New wa and if A prefers diamonds, he cal ; three sons. Jack Howe of at one or mol of the official dipping UOAItn OP j "' ui': IT "'UlTII.:1: OltllKHKU that ((20) rhaln; thenre Kant Forty Twenty(40) l u ., I_ _
W.
rincipal Club back of overbid without increaaingtherontract. of vat In county, within tuurl..1 J. l LWAiIH. A. W. Humphrey and chain thence _
| thi movement, Lawtey, Alex Howe GalnesYle. (day from and Including F. A. Svott be and they are hereby : : South ln'.lfn (Z4rhuln 1 1
Int its,Committee assisted by On the other hand, if B bks three 'and Charles Howe of York day of March, A, Ii. 1929, and each ATTEST: I appointed Innpector and T. N. Ken-' to point I of midHiittlon I- I

ommtttees from the Knickerbockeriist clubs over two hearts and Y increases and every tnurl..n days from and J. V. KNAIT I drink I I. hereby appointed of Twenty-nve (01. containing I _____
City eght: grandchildren and one State d.rl EIghty (90) acre or lent.Alno -
; Secretary '
after first '
the oftlrlal' I Veterinarian
\ Club, the Racquet and Tennis the bid to three or four hearts W. under of such ceLtic I dlpllnl h.r.'I'I 101. Tampa sKId. "1..lon. to conduct .lld ..KllnIIK at a point .l.lr -
great-granchild. Mrs. B. }Foxe 29at l"lorld. February with
the
: : re
'it ad ,
>, the Cavendish Club and The B cannot show the diamond slit and on the date on which : quirement 11''orluL'. of the chain* W".I of Norlheax corner ofmi I

flvrlcan Whist League. Therefore the vantageously. For example, if Z houl l of Tampa. a granddaughter attended rattle dipping I* r 'I.tt Hald: vain, __h___. _2.'N.' t-3.t_ of Florida' and Ih.the I.ow.Charter of M.I"the .1'1on' Twenty-live (25) and -

new Code is a more representative bid four hearts and A and Y pass, B the funeral. renpertlvely being above, a ,h the, nald of threecents M 'ss'J'Kli's SAIMotics City of Hlarke.IN '''rll: feet South thence 1519 t..t.North th.n.1539. Went feet .I
slum
I ode than any of the Auction Codes would be obliged to bid five diamonds.If Palbearers were: Geoge P. Morris per. head the name being one- IT j'l 1'1'11':1(fltfl'itI'l| >. that thenre Eat 284 feet to the point .I -

|hat have preceded it. The fart that A should prefer cubs. he would now I Ralllhan of Gaines- half of the reancmable and neieMHaryront I hereby given that a .of..111 the i .IIK Starke I the, City be and Council themtnut ''I.glnnln. In said Sertlon Twentr- I, I

h.s representative Clubs of New obliged to bid cub to show his ville, J. M. Truby and E. W. Hayesof ,. l'ltflt'l of IEl ii : I : it--:%'In said, h( I and!ore.-1inure by, I. U of: a Final l>erre un.r of I I" hereby"ly called to be held on more. or), eonl.lnlna. Eight (5) acre
rnfrW tt.
>orlc The : made and rendered the 14th day of March A. I>. U2I,
l hy
City have recognized the game preference. thi. analysisof Starke. J. T. Moore II. It. Thede said n..r" pay .any the honorable A. Z. All of the abovo being In Townnhlp i _
at the hour of
IClKht u'cloi
no l have. drawn up lows to govern its bidding of two-suited hands at Contract er, ,'u.lodlan. or person In ft the ,'Ircull ("url Adkln. JI"KO. p. H.v.n (1. South Itanga Twenty i
and L. II. Hill of Lawtey and A. without further notice to the "
Hay', is a .pretty good indication that ehows the importance of biddingthe of any cattle now, ur hereafter lie- 1,111 I (:ir'uuit, 01 "'Iorl.tl. I" slid fur *, for the of member (ZIP( ) ': and containing In the aKregute g- ,, ,I
S. Strickland of Kingsley lake.- Ing In said rounty. for ANY rattle I I ford purpoH: raiivaHHlnu; : 66J acre more or ices. ,
I the first i
ontrart IS here to stay. higher valued suit on dipped, by pitch, owner, cuHtodlan orperon .hruary(ollly. I. Chan..ry. 1.1".1 the return or mild elect I Ion and de> H. E. KNIUI4T, .
;
I One of the most puzzling questions round even though that suit is the Gainesville Dally Sun Sunday. In rhargf unless such owner.niHtodlan hitely pendlnabetween. In that cause daring the r..ul thereof and to Special' Master In Chancery..

ridding at Contract arises when a shorter suit. or perMitn, In charge shalliitl.r Ih.r.ll Loan and Trust Company tins Ir./.I'/ .uch olb.. bu.ln."" a* may A. H. CJtKWS, ,
hoard It.HI 1- _
layer holds There The hand held by A, the of Plant City Public Service Company the .ul..rvl.lnn of this : corporation., Complainant coin. .tur. Solicitor for Complainant I "
a two-suited hand. prtn"r or its agenlH. dip .. rattle owned and '! IT FI'HTHKrt: OKDWriKn.: that _
nary; rules of bidding such hands B, in the foregoing deal was : extending lines In vicinity of by him, fir : (runtodv or charge 'inrne.Hrl"lon. Company Mallle, inn. H notice of .ald''et'lion shall he iclven, ______---_2I.SSO'I'U'II -' ,

l 'uition cannot be applied to Con- learts-1. 7,4 Plant City. Irf said (' Iti' I he (day of of- Calvin Johnnon, defeiidunlii Pond, the and un- which notice shall, consist tl theIuiblueatIufl .,
llrlal dipping one or more of theolilcini 1 of I hiM In
: because the bidding usually is -, 3 $200,000 contract lerHlirned, who wan therein appoint .rrln.nc. a I I" hereby \ ______
Naples dipping vat, respectively, ed Special Master In O"W"I'"I..r| In the ( Hlarkl. Nol. given that the un- .
_
,J nigh to show the other suit on the Diamond J r. 10 7.5 awarded for paving four miles local within (nurl.el d"y. from and Including execute. the same will Chan.-i.rv on In Thirty day prior to the "I.of nald .1.rKlan..I. his admlnlHtrator for the !: )

>nd round. As a result you must Spades-0 8.3, 2 clay Mart'h. A. I). the 4th ility I of Starch{ 1929,Monday durlnic I .I..tnn. and It shall have the word .tll. 1.11 1.lvlntalon. d."al _
out( bid such handsa The hand was bid as follows: Z, a streets. 1929. and each and every fourteen the: legal hour of mile. before the ... It a. follow: $1'' will on (t 'f' I _
a new to CI\l 1l.
.ur way day from and after the date of the 1929, lie return of
creosoted I onrt I Inline door In aI;' : ;. are u _
bid
that dealer bid one heart, A passed. Y Tallahassee New flrnt jtark. .fC"I'ION NO'I'I'N.II' nI'I : 1 I _
you will be able to show dipping of o"'h rattle, renpeitVW to I ho highest 1'I"r.I. OltnAINKtl, an admlnl.lrator of '
.
':-.h suits without taking unjustifiablemnres } two hearts and B bid three cubs. 1, timber and concrete bridge over : : ..I cash the following.n,1 h..1 denrrlbeijnndn. thIs or'"n.1.tlTIH.. shall be In full r hid (four hearts A and Y NK. onOEHEn AND AHOITKD: ltnated I In Hrwdford force and front after the ncr JndKI of the County ; I
.
: Here iaa hand that illustrates : Seaboard railroad tracks on East hy the State Live Stock Sanitary County .re..t ali ('ouIrt for llradford Il '. _
date of lie "
bid Florida, to-wit. passage and County. _
rl. 'lifhculty very well: B. unwilling to show his diaIAIJ. I Park avenue recently opened to Hoard of Ihl HI.t. of "Ior"''" this6th All that trait: or parcel I of land The above and ";1'Irov.l.' at hi. .I.,. In the court 'I.rld. .,
anti Y tor.aolll
hearts-S fv clubs. Z and A passed doub day! nf Fehruarv. A. Ituate lying and In wa paHed by a U'"II"oUI, vole. of the City Starke, Florida and will I t
beln.
Y : Clubs- K. Q. 10. 8. 4 le. The contract was traffic. STATE I1VB Htrx'K 'MAN1TAI1YHDAHr County 1'I.rhIJ. .Iradlor.1 the City Council the City of at the ame time apply for a final t', _

A B : Diamonds-AkQ,9 tricks. A B could have made five West Palm Beach Plans for W. J. BUWAHDH.Chairman.. eaet HPI) fit Northeast Ht.rke. this. the Uth, day of Ijacem- ulc-harg an adinlnlatrator' of the j P.
reorganization of Florida Federation I quarter, <\r.:<\) I Mnulhweiit A. 0. 192S. Huld e.lll. and for a release from ". _
Z : Spades- K, 6, 5 diamonds.Be ATTEST (HWU ) of Northeast quarter 11'.1t.r 4-'. F. HOOVUII. ill the duties ant llahllltle aa ad- I
on the lookout for su.h hands at of Labor. J. V. (NKV,> and Weal half of Chairman of City ( of the iilnlHtrntor of entate. I I _

*i> score, rubber Z dealt and and when you hold two suits State KNAPP Veterinarian.Secretary iuarter (MI-J'J ) and Northeant quarter oul.1*8lttrk Dated thl* the 7U day (.f January ; .
Contrac Ciy
game.
) of Hontheant A. 'I
'>ne hears A and Y bid two fairly equal strength bid the higher 'O"l'.: Von.at T.mp. Florida February (SE. qiIart.urIME ATTBHT: L. lUl.
passed ( % Hertlun TW t 'tru. V\hat Is B's proper bid valued one first, even though it is the -- -- 1- : __ Towrniihlo Seven <7). Kanire- 'fw.olv City-Clerk. of tint estate of ."; I

At Auction B should Lid three clubs shorter suit. In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial 5O''I' (20). Also that tract otla1 .deHrrlhed TO TIUK) lit INOtt/ rt.i-: MAYort (>F Kat. 1.1"ln..tO'I. il... .. iijj9t3M '
Bradford County follows.
Circuit. an ; Heiclnnlna440 '
I THK CITV OF STAUKK.: ,- ,
: tlf %ilA'llIBy : I' tLI
01 Mouth of the ---
yard Northwest
In --
Chancery. rnr- I
HKHKHY : that I
the
f'l"rlda. I
Problem No. 23 !ard n.r. nor of Suction twenty-rive (25). foregoing ( lTlf'V. % TO : ('11ED- I
129 cYrl.t
Complainant. authority of and to accordant Township Seven <7), South Ilantf" .July waN UfJ'rn.1 -
Hearts non **. with the provisions nf Chapter D201. Tw.nry0' Rant, and run Kant City Council presented of and panned: hy the II I,
Clubs 1O 3,3,2 jbhnT. "- Al. laws of Florida, Art of 1923. that tour hundritd flfty-el ht ( I5S) yard: the Clly nf Hiarke, -
/ ;
I
P ftnd nt/i. part of Zone. NOM 7, 9 and I 10. I(South thirteen hundred twenty (192>n $the. ISth day of l.mber. A. 1>. Notice In hereby given that ltcreditor '

Diamond- It app....... .,, ..ifldavlt appendedto which comprises evy, Olkhrlnr.Nammu. (1120) yarclM. Went tour hundred !!. ... t>l .trlbuteea and
ah
Spades- A. 10, 7 the bill filed In the above ""u... all of [ J Tying north anuiWept j nrty-elKht' (4.1K yards and North C. A. KUTCIf. all! persons having claim. against I 1
9. 8 Hearts- 10 of Ht. John river, flay and I thirteen hundred twenty ( I32U City Clerk the Estate: of A. J. Cowart d..a. "
Cluba-JSd,4 that It I I. bel.ved by complainantthat Bradford OountleH. l I. hereby pl..1Lnder I ""r.1 to pluses.. of beatlnnlnaAll of THK AIOn: AND L"0It1.lOlNU! late nf Hradford County Florid. .. -:1 I I I
y : defendant -
of ,
K,9,7 I Will llnlk. the of land In I by me required to
5Q,9.6 quarantine for the purpose d..rlhed h.lnl Section approv..1 hereby present their
'Jds_ none : A D : Diamnnds9, cause.. a. nonresident carrying out systematic eradication I twenty-five (25/ > Township V- this the 20th day of O"'emt"r. A. U. ...1 I.* to the Honorabl. (].n. A. II
., 1 Z : Spades -5 or clllien of the State of In fluid. part of said Zones and no en (7) South flange Twenty (20) 4e31. lanllner, County Judge of Ilradfont I
I Florida. That his last known aiiriren .'attle, which shall embrace bll., f.II. ('ontnlnlnw! the a.ar.&at. I.HOI.I C. W A I.f. County, 'iorld. fur hi, approval
was 1102 Knther street. South work oxen steers, helfern, ,- hundred twenty, ( .. ) of Htarke. within on. year from date hereof I. I"

hlearts-Q. 6 :i fiend Indiana; that he I* over Twen horeea and miilvn. .t'al' lie Ir.n.p.rt- mor d Oeorirla Loan and Trust --------- -- .
Clubs-A. 'ty-one of age, that there lano or muved through Into Company'st And all perion Indebted
Diamonds 10. 6 year In the State of i I ',r from said pan .,t Saul Zones ex- ). l P l>iikej J'lure, and OKTo UHal to laid dec-eaed estate are required I I
person Ilorlda. < "pt nnder and 1. with All that or parrel of land II.t'U I to
> f".t.rdAn.' trl.t pay iam forthwith la the I '
.
Spades-S. 4 kn<'wn complainant. a l I the Kulea and n..lal.n. of the .Inn.Ivlnsr belnir In flradford I J I Ivied administrator.This I J t
i *"hp.n. upon whom would bind the State Live Stock Ianlary .tar'l for untv Fl-T!.|.. it insistIng of thW llVkom I Mar (.0..... llth day of January. 19J1 I 1 "1 I I
win of the eight aid defendant. I the eradlvatlon the Ht (VV' > of Northwest | i In Klve. that I
> are U In'the lead. How can V Z sven an hAl quar N"l hereby i N. D. WAINWItimiT )
a. trump and Z? Solution in th next article. I,I if lit. THKKKFOUB ORDERED, ,I spread or diiesnnitton of the ,;.Mttle t.ir. ( >.> and Northwest quarter ,I on W.du, .day thi 10th ttay 1.11-9t.3.8 Adralnijftrator .i 1







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HI __._-- -_. ___ __ _____ ___._____.u____ ------- -- -- --- ------- (, \cryone---was- skopt- cal,--made-- the I The first plantings of strawberriesmade tered upon, h,mii.'lt I becoming a 1 After being given a b J

Telegraph prediction that In the not d:htant In Starke goes to the honor : member of the FlorIda Hall road I rub Derby was fitted OUIpa.lr I

Bradford County I Other PensA I II future! his automobile company ; of ,J. !M Truby. !who/ grew a fine Commission, he tarried on an ag- of pajamas and tak<,,

"t Established 1877 J would be, a billion-dollar concern, crop In 1881 Th" first pony refrigerators sresslve fight as regards the rifrtgeratlon Velverton Furniture (
-,;; I ---J ..iBanford Herald.Confirmation I! to leave Starke >were i faster time where he retired In the WM,
and I
? rates
''r' ; n I made by Truby & Thomas, who I a bed specially prepared i
Entered as Second Class: Ake later conducted 1 quite a manufacturing :between Florida and Eastern: mare I
:1 Published Weekly en Fridays and Kentucky newspaper say, of Alexander At this place was afoul, i, ''d
Starke Florida John Barleycorn may have lost' hli man, of Orlando and Ilalstend S. !: pluut for making; these Iced hets. Those effort begun yens awaiting him and It was II' if'
: i') Matter at the Post Office: at place In! the sun, but he has hit Hitter of West Palm Reach as I!I I containers to take berries: to distant ago, result today In that the : to clear the sidewalks ana I: I;

'1 E. S. Matthews --..-------. -- ___Owner and PublisheiJ. moonshine still.-Florida! State federal distract: judges for Florida, markets before the advent of terstale Commerce In-I got him in From the mon b,
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---- Managing Editor News. will meet with satisfaction of Floildians I the refrigerator car, the TelegraphPays.TimesUnion had handed down a retired until he awoke abou '(,I

C'; Kobinson------------------------- --o- who, regardless of the political -i I "- *.?.- *f n' reby the refrgeratlon: rates on o'clock Sunday. morning. "d

.----- -- --- Bradford County Telegraph sayt i angle of the situation, rea- ,,,, ---- citrus fruits has been reduced 16 filed in and out and gazed i;i. ,tg''
KATE that these two judges' are (1GUD; ; M-US: roit UO\VKIH; : rates on strawberrle the
SUBSCRIPTION clg lighters take up more room ir I I'zo 1 per cent, the the window at sleeping i I. rn c'
; Payable In Advance the paragraph column than they're needed, and now that they have I f :23 I per cent, and the rates on watermelons the dare devil.
f 73c
,; ,4 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, worth. Pockets, too.-L'fsburg' been confirmed they may assume A battle of 20 years' standing to 3 per cent and the Urn Derby drove the new Cin, ...If''

Advertising Rates on Application. Commercial. the duties of the office and get to'', secure express refrigerator service lln transit between Florida and Six a total distance of ,I i I
a: u_ u_ -- )- work. Klss'mmee'! people were especially -, for Florida berry growers ended New York on berries has been re-I. miles or an average of a i tOI

Bradford Coun- pleased over Mr Aker- Tuesday when the Interstate Cohl-l I d need, to 41 hours-a flying passenger over thirty miles an hour A '>'ICO i
Let's build it. According to the '
Starke needs a new city hall. lighters take I rnarc's appointment.: lie formerly Inc ree Commission at Washtngttyi'/ ',' train service. I up on the total number of ": ''lUll i
cigar
o Telegraph titanthey're I'lived here, and has practiced law ordered the carriers to provide ,the nut this Isn't all Major Matthews of gasoline used In the drlv .cIa i 11I +
demands "Dog license for city up more worth.space In' And paragraphs'no one will Iin I the local courts for many years. I express service. !;:', I has accomplished. To com i, deduction for the ainouni .n j'
a
Bradenton-the city that tbat.-Pll1nt City Courier. Judge Hitter, although a compara- J More than to any other one man :: nearer home, he Is one of the men: I the tank, revealed that tin ""tCII > ,
'
band." dispute II tively new omel' to the state is the credit for keeping the }IssAie to whom honor must go for puttln rolet had averaged; 26,7 mi' t

o Fort Meade----0-and Plant City qualified every sense of the word alive goes to Major E. S. Matthews; through the much fought ove ,I the gallon; of gas.
about Florida this are now rala- 1 for the high position he now oc- owner of the Bradford County (toad No. 28 and ''making the Lak At the start of the dn t.
; Have you learned something new strawberry' fan-shaped'growers fruit. It is up to cupies. Judge hatter: Is a past) president Telegraph. The tight, which: ha, Clty-Palatka short route a success Tuesday afternoon, seven anPanAm I''

week? Starke ng to grow some that will appear -I of the Colorado state bar association I R" an Individual, started was In I To this 1 project he gave unstintingly I oil was put 1 in tin 'III )

4Mo __0 footballs.-TlmeaUnlon. He also has held other the Interest of the strawberry of his time, money and energy I case'and l nine.quarts of wtu ,,
r ? than Florida's I as large as responsible positions In that stale. growers of Florida but on first'one although politically such was out pat In the radiator.. Then 11. eC
It :*w Florida's future is of lots more importance I I' The writers known of hU work In point and then another, the of his line. But acting as he did lator cap and the crank-ra 'f'I

fossils -0--to the Stnrke Tele- that state, and does not hesitateto transportation companies won de- along these 1 lanes and with the true I sealed. No more water 01 II
According : that Floridians will not be cisions. Matthews continued citizenship make the 100 hoin. i .
Major high
()- bothered say spirit of put la during \\1 1I
that city is very
: graph,
ti has stopped selling building lots and gone to much by crowing: roosters, along ; dloappo'nted In him as a federal his. light when he was made a Ills efforts and ultimate success all Examination at the end .ii I 11!
pa'' r Sarasota Gazette Railroad Commission .
Valley -
Klssimmeo the state '
*. about daVllght. Thane "along judge- member of the more commendable.Ills I drive revealed that the i H 'In
1 S raising strawb2rriesIt daylight Jacksonville roosters" .---0-- : and under his direction, services on our State Railroad consumed only two( quan ,n
; + 0 I'' about Iulet.--Tlmes-Unn.! ) Palmetto News says the standard the Florida. commission continue Commission stand out glitteringlY I three ounVes of oil: and oni' ,
are very
t demand for Tarpon Springs: ____ I single newspaper column Is 13 delving Into the matter, bringing !In their own rays. Impartial and a half quarts] of wati" i 11&I
+- There should ba a good .n. : '
: II Pnlatka-Lake City Short I ems wide. The News should have out new facts to be presented at be seeks fairness only for evaporated The motor wai tint.

vf1 sponges following the order to dry up Chicago. I Route The la the most Important uncompleted said the 13 em column was stand- hearings; until success attendee both sides. His rulings have nevei I Ing smoothly at the close lid

--o-- highway in Florida. It I ard in the days of the Washington their efforts.-Lake Worth Herald been questioned and in the end, he touch of radiator showed II +to

Times inquires "Is petting dangerous?" Depends: :kvlll be hardsurfaced within the< hand press.-Starke Telegraph.The I I --0--- has the happy faculty of sending I moderately cool. During Ui, ei,I II
w.. Tampa costs. II if politics isn't mightier thai+ I Telegraph had better change; M.VIOIt: i:. S. MATTIIKWH: : I everybody away nippy l and satis' tire: time Derby had no pun) HIr
to a great extent upon your ability to pay tuition :rear IntreHt.-Palatka Dally;< \Vauhington to. Campbell, Cranston fled. Not only the\'ltizens of Brad I > tire trouble of any chm i me.
.1 ,,', ,)__ I the public : : Cottrell and other handfed, : The Starke Telegraph (tu their I Cortf' owe unstinted allegiance tc -
I Mews.
Hunters are not required to report to the state game de _-0-- I rotary presses. When the Washington I last week's Issue touching 01an Major :Matthews\ but the real of ('.\HU: OK THANKS
a.; In the Stark+ band press came In there was Important subject to all Florida,, Florida as well.-Paltaka Times-
story I
From news ,
found during the season a
partment the number of stills they Telegraph: "The painter confide( no standard measure of columns.It cited some Important facts In the Herald.rilRYKOLKT. We wish to thank our rncii! .

'1)a -i n the sheriff that he had thre might have been said that almost fabric of a worthy cause and passed _0-- for many expressions of sympat '!
.o:
cbt in Ocala Star is of the opinion that cigarette manufacturers wives but could not keep them gong i every paper had a measure 22 of over with casual mention, the, ( : IN 11)1)liOt'R and for the beautiful floral .iffi' '
salary." Whj; its own all the way from 10 to worthy deeds of one of Florlda'smost TEST URI1'IPalatka ,ngs sent In our recent bereaiiient
painter's
s', want us to give up sweetheart for a tobaccoheart, on a I ems. By 1880 the great majority energetic and far-seeing citizens ; also we wish to thank MaJ']'
ao let them paint
:mot rimes-Union.; themseIVeS-1 of newspapers In the United States Major E. S. Matthews. Feb. 25.-"Dare Devil" Julian Peek and the fine bo\, ,

.. + With traffic increasing over road 48, the old wrecks and ,__0- had adopted the 13m column but ''I We, however can understandtheir I rack Derby, and the new Chevrolet he National Guard who wen. r \
hould be farm Is modern ani'p there were many exceptions especially reticence. Major MatthewsIs Six romped under the wires easy faith ful in their services to OL
State prison ;
ruins of buildings along the route ,through town dailies. The afternoon when
to date. They use' electricity on the bigger the owner and publisher of that : winners Saturday oved one.
dismantled. waves and singes, I Atlanta Constitution used the 13 Mi I worthy sheet and'the fact that the 'the 100-hour endurance drive I Mrs. Eunice IIamr::<'I<.
permanent
for
-.- --0-- The[ singe carries a painfully perm 1 column for several years, and 12 t,1I\\ editor failed to "step on the gas" ame: to a very successful close in Mrs S. F. Hamrick
rilj ; f write testimonial anent guarantee.-Starke' Telegraph 'and 13 H were numerous. The 12m to exploit more of the truth and front of the how rooms of the Mrs. C. \V. Denny,
Waiting for some PaRAGrapher to a The trouble Is that too few I column is growing in favor and facts than he did. makes the fea- Homines Chevrolet Company the Mrs. T. W, Oliver

:'. w saying "there's not a cough in a carload"-so long as the cigs.I i ake It.-Palm Beach Independent, I I mats and'/ju.tsare/ being made to : ture more interesting to us who closing moment being witnessed by Mrs. J, C. Rampley
1 so it will probably is estimated to be over two Swlnyer
the that measure, I know better. Ills reserve com a crowd Mrs. W.F.
; remain In car.
Leesburg Comteerefal the soon be the standard. However mendable but since we are wholly thousand persons.So .
o to cut off a large ,; the 18m column Is yet In use on tree to express ourselves we do compact was the crowd that n.\I'TIST
,l Let us hope that some day we will be able to sing, "Oil !I ,eglslature bunch; of laws and make those left many papers and they are not I so with pleasure because a public lathered around the new Chevro- -

"' Oil l 11 l Oil!l 11"-Palmetto News. No chance for a Democrat to plain enough to be understood by prpted: on Washlngtons either,- expression of appreciation; yea let when Derby finished driving Sunday school at lOa. ml/
h-, ; 'I others than supreme court judges Palm Beach Independent. gratitude, is due any man who ac- 100 hours and ten minutes without us Increase attendance now th

c: sing in that choir. It has often ben wondered by the --0--- .compl'sheg.: / a stop, that Sheriff Hagan, who families are Improving In heal! I.
o ordinary, violator if those whc The fight for long years to secure -I That Major Matthews was the unlocked the handcuffs from Worship at 11 a. m. and 7 10;:
.
Now that Avery Powell has got that paragraph about make the laws really understand refrigerator service for Flor- 'Instigator, In the Interstate Com- around his left wrist and the steerIng n.
.) : we'd like his Times-Union. ida berry growers ended Tuesday I II merce fight that has. at last wheel Roy Romlnes and others Junior B. Y. p. U. at 6:30 p, uilrs. :
his chist hem.-
bridge and succesful business men off when the Interstate commerce' brought victory for the citrus : assisting! at the close of the Raymond, leader.
-
.1 opinion on poker. t"''I* Bradford County o-Telegraph reminds -I commission ordered the carriers to : ['rult, vegetable and strawberry est, found it impossible to open Mid-week service Wednesdn

0--- its readers that "strawber- provide the ,express service For growers of Florida, goes without the door of the car and it was necessary 7::30 p. m.MelbourneLocal.

of the second-hand autos mark- ry. shipping time Is almost here." I nearly twenty; { years this service, saying It Is known that ,.oftensingle }o drive Derby to the Maran -*, fort
After looking some has airport
over
,
Hotel where he was assisted
Down here !In Hardee county we'vebeen' provided "Louisiana growers handed, at his own expense
: ed $49.50, would be purchasers wonder if the forty-nine dollars shipping: berries since the been Bought) ,:. ;' Florida, but on first i and even before his thoughts cen- out> of the car and Into his room. My opened.

are "carrying" charges. Irst of December, and the seasons one point and, another the transportation -
the de-
won -
I companies - -
ght-Wau- \
y now at its
Just
,0 Advocate. 18I ns. To the owner of this paper, i I .
Editor Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent uses a chula __o---- I Major E. S,1:,Matthews should go

a+ k half-column space writing about the humble corn pone. If the With express berry service assured -, the credit for; keeping, the decision/matterat /; I Ie
*
l1) favorable
torid Issue,until a A'
the campaign
of
starting: ,
.. subject had been an eight-layer cake- The I r 7s
'i. Bradford county of the cattle was secured tor the growers 1 1I 1

ce t o Ick, and state road 28 In the 1929 fight. started ad an individual Interested I I ; i
r Those Florida publishers who have been fighting to elim- : mdget; why should we worry?-I in the'welfare of continued Florida -
I II
I' was
Watermelon strawberry growers
face state Telegraph. "
competitive printer now itarke
inate the government as a he assumed the office

v"'I' ,- r .i competition in the proposed state o printing plant. Top I tide pendent.may_be---o---short.-Palm Beach I'I ot by him Florida.allroad his when. ,direction} commissioner.Under the FloridacommlsBlon'c I II THE NEW CHEVROLET SIX IS A WINNERDARE


1 '' News item from Germany tells of a stork being captured The Starke Telegraph got us I I ,!And bn'tlnued bringing delving Out new Into; '
nixed last week with the the matter DEVIL JACK DERBY DRIVES IT
t ) with a metal l arrow in its body such as used by Africans.. Prob- I r'mes-Unlon's up "America's hang- I facts to be presented at hearings I

'. ably some native had formed his own ideas of birth control.St. over business In Cuba" and gave until success attended their efforts. 100 CONTINUOUS HOURS
undue credit as to retort. We i i -Starke Telegraph 'Gene U of I
o us the thought however good man to have with you In al I .

;.::1 Petersburg gives away its daily paper every day the appreciate It indicates the Times-Herald ocaslonally good cause. We found that out PALATKA

.al sun refuses to shine. Los Angeles should give their paper flits through your mind thlrty-s'.x'! years ago.-Palm Beach j

: P ., away each day the sun shines, and then get together for com -Palatka Times-Herald. Independent, n.. j j Without Adding Oil Or WaterHERE
-o- -
; jlt parison. Tampa jailor says his prisonersare I I The fight for years service to secure for Flor-express -|!

o "well fed and contented refrigerator ended Tuesday i IS THE RECORD MADE-ANALYZE IT
k k". Among the tourists leaving the state last week were hun- Probably the locks are used to 1 I Ida berry growers Interstate Commerce 1

''' reds of robins, according to J.he Ocala Banner. They all stopin keep the JaI.-Bradford Tampans: from breaking County Tele into Commission when the ordered the carriers to '' The new Chevrolet Six with Derby at the wheel began the

Bradford county for feast of strawberries before continuing doesn't jibe with provide the express service. For
a graph. That this service, )| 00-hour 1 non-stop endurance drive at Palatka Tuesday afternoon -
had twenty years
?t. N their journey. to what say an when"Inquiring"he communicated reporter with nearly provided Louisiana growers, has at 1 o'clock, Feb. 1 19, and stopped Saturday after
Florida, but on I
----0-
: "' ''! If our citizens insist on the city dads keeping house in those Cross City who News.had "Inside" facts- I been first one sought point for and another the the''I Ii noon at 5:1:JO o'clock, Feb. 23, driving ten minutes over

'r.! the present city ha'l'? shack, they cannot expect them to be -- transportation:To companies the owner won of this I time. Here.s the record:

over-zealous in the matter of removing dilapidated sheds and The appointment to Florida of federal two tried judgeships republicans --I i decisions.paper. Major E S, Matthews, I! Total Mileage __, 3,005.4 Miles

ultc l stock pens from the main thoroughfares.! proves that the republican should go the credit for keeping j Gasoline Used
favor- 112YzGals.Oil
until a .
fill has almost as much confidence the matter at Issue -
o party
the | *
1) hold Its golden jubilee in lu hyphenated democrats as able decision was secured for Consumed 2 Qts. 3 Ozs.
The state press association will Bradford The fight started as an ,
democratic party.- growers.
'+ 'rs Lake Wales March 15th and 16th, celebrating the fifteenth an- the County Telegraph A neat little Individual interested in the wel- Average Miles Per Gal 26.7

',, '. y niversary of the organization. Lake Wales has already promised rebuke, Mr Matthews. Lake fare of Florida continued! strawberry by him grow-I Average Miles Per Hour __ ___ __ 30

to furnish everything, including the "bells." Worth Herald. ers, was of Florida Railroad 1 1assumed '
: i __ --- the office Under his direction : Water Evaporation __ __ n 214 Qts.
o the Interstate Commissioner.
That ruling by
Attorney General Davis rules that all prisoners must pay Commerce Commission that strawberry the Florida commissioncontinued the matter MOTOR IN PERFECT CONDITION AT END OF TEST

;; i,' A ( their board bill to the sheriff up to the time of conviction. service now furnished means Florida bringing delving out new Into facts to be ,
is Inadequate and
it, l They'll put you in jail if n board bill is not paid and keep you more farmers than anything else that has presented at hearings efforts.Starke'Telegraph until success \' A Convincing Test for Any Motorist

+' '/ In jail If it is paid. Heads, I win ; tails, you lose.: been announced recently This attended their Interesting
; This Is an
service .
will give the farmers fast I
I -0 between Hi's! state and the northern piece of news for Florida farmers TillS NEW CIIEVROLET SIX ACCOIPUSIIED EVERY CLAIM MADE

# Farmers wanted protection so the Republican party is markets, which is something and especially those Interested the In I UY TilE MANUFACTURERS AND TilE DEALER DURING TilE 100.lIoun .

I trying to oblige them in the shape of an additional duty. to be .they've needed for a long time.- raising and the Plant berry City for sections which are DRIVE. IT IS TilE WONDER CAR OF 1\IOTORD01I, GIVING INCREASED .
Advocate. Starke
;, J placed on fertilizers. Our farmers are patriotic and won'tmind Wauchula- --- --'- famous.-Dunnellon Truth. I MILEAGE LONER OIL CONSUMPTION, EASIER DRIVING

gip' paying more for their fertilizer put additional millions The Railroad Commission has --e-;'starke Telegraph QUALITIES AND A MOTOR SUPREME-A NEW SIX IN TilE PRICE'

}ry in the coffers of "protected" industries. finally won the battle for equitablerates According to the for honors : RANGE OI THE FORMER CHEVROLET FOUR.
and proper equipment for the that city enters
---<>-- I of the first'
strawberry growers of Florfda. la being classed as one
'' If some of these pretty Palatka flappers held out their The battle for these rates and suitable towns In Florida producing strawberries JUST THINK OF IT!---26.7 MILES TO THE
The GALLON
when wanted to make a turn commenced in for Northern markets.
r, legs Instead'of their'hands they equipment was
,, Lemon street.- 1916 and thanks to the preslstent Telegraph says that from file copies : -CONSUMED ONLY TWO QUARTS AND THREE
u ?''lf. 1 while driving, there'd be 49 wrecks a day on published In 1887. '
of this commission the
members of paper
of the
efforts
Pat in Palatka Times-Herald. Did your purposely pick Lemon the shippers In Floridaare It Is found that more than 200 I' OUNCES OF OIL IN 3,005 MILES UNDER CONSTANT -

(' + street fop the suggested exhibition of gymnastics? now to receive the name consideration acres of strawberries were being I HEAT AND EVAPORATED ONLY TWO
that those In other competitive picked each spring In the Lawtey :
1 o sections have been receiving. section alone. Some of the grow- I AND.A HALF QUARTS OF WATER.
Chicago election news-Entire police force guarding .-TalUlinatiee News. era In January 1887 received: as I I

,,9 polls; If you have to shoot, shoot to kill; Break the butts of ---- --- high as $10 a quart for their pick- 1

your machine guns over the heads of hoodlums and sluggers;; Within the next twentyfiveyears tags At the time Starke strawberries was alsoa I I TORODE-RITCH
Florida will become so heavy shipper of CHEVROLET
.
against I II COMPANY
taken to guard repetition
being
'? Extraordinary precautions densely populated that "there will there being 600 acres between

of primary disorders when candidate for ward committeeman scarcely be a toot of ground left," I Gainesville: and Callahan. Northern : I STARKE FLORIDA
assassinated Candidate for alderman threatenedwith says Henry Ford looking Into the settlers at Lawtey had been I ,
1 was ; candidates future. That sounds good enough, planting this fruit on a small scale Call At Our Showroom And Inspect The New Chevrolet
Threatened Six
death if he stayed in the race? especially when It comes from a before 1887 but hipping In large

I given strong bodyguards. Critics of Mexican elections are man who makes no Idle statement quantities commenced In that year .

due that country an apology. md who, two decades: ago when \according to the Telegraph files. -- __. -




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