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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 8, 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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LOCAL ROAD 28 TO BE SURFACED FROM Putnam To Ask Bond Trustees HOOVER, THIRTIETH PRESIDENT,


For 28 Re-organize At


PEG I LAKE BUTLER TO KEYSTONE{ ',! f.ommlttI'IM'I'r"Highway Tonight I lit.. Tuesday Session FILLING HIS FIRST ELECTIVE OFFICE


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Kiinilniitioii J nj'* I Bld for TliU' ( Sixlli.H to I Ik- .\'UlIJt I --- J The board of bond trustees 01 I ()"('mi'st\ I HeinoiiNl rut Ion \\'I.hh'II: t

El i>rfnlendeiH Grlllls has an- I WANT CHANGEIN i Palatka. March 4.- :Membersthe of Bradford county, Florida, l1\1't Sheriffs Offer Inn HUH. "Sii'ii In Half ,
) I' "rsl Io IIrailed for Ill' Sea| t.lloilll t..- 11
,'d the dates of March 2:1rd: : Putnam county board of b01111 March 5th. In regular: session! wit (Viitur.t.

a '101 1, nth for the appearance t ti be- 'I I Hq'UI'tu\III I TAX PLAN ; trustees, J. V. "'altlln, attoriu!' all member present. Full Assistance '

:i m of eighth and ninth grade I fill' the board, county legislate Minutes of the last 1111"E'III1K'l'rc.> C'upltol !Plaza WuHhlngton, Mar. '

III' IIH of Bradford county tinitiation. for At the Tuesday session of the I and several Interested citizens are read and approved\ 4.Ail Iowa orphan boy who developed -

Pupils from i ii state road department In Tallalu I' Comity ('l 1.1 kl .VsM cjitlon| 1t'l'IIII" I II expected to go to Tallahassee thlll 'The board ru-orgnnUnd; for 1 the (:amt. 4'<'11\11\1,1,11"1'| IMensdl. On'r I Into a globe; trotting engineer I n

<\ > nlh. not accredited are reque; I see the board passed resolutions to I I nt "Ii-nrwatrr S i-kn Number afternoon, where they hope to' nsu'ng term by electing Mr. K.: I S ('<>-us'rtllintiten| | !><., whose work for many years

1,I IK be In Starke on the datell call for bids on surfacing of slate Kmilcitl CliaiiKcn Prom meet with the stale road board tll- Matthews chairman. |I'RI'I) nil-ill.. made him almost a stranger; to hU.

',i II t the examinations to be I held road 28 from the west limits of thE! Present S' ).Nleni night, seeking to have a more ('om. The salary of the secretary wa own country became the thirtieth

'..It I r tlit, high school building; town of Lake Butler to the N ew \<>w In t"",', piece 1 program for Road No. 28, fixed at $50,00 per month. The quick response; to the l IE't- president of the United States today -

RIver bridge, and for the entre; the Palatka-Lake City short rout, The mlntenancelupprlntpnden': I I'rlt'nt out by the newly appolned amid an Inaugural pomp and

jtin' h In New Orleans distance of road 28 through Bradford Clearwater, March 2.-Askli included tn th's t year's budget. wan instructed to Investigate; roa( state inline romm'HHloner, C pageantry such as the capital has

orporal Jackson F. Ritch iirulting county. it provided that a number of radical changes; from The local delegation is arm' from road 6 to Scout Hole bridge, r. Woodward, to the sheriffs or not witnessed In a Quarter of a''

officer who was station these two projects, a distance of the present system of taxation, the with information relative to the The secretary was instructed to Florida asking special (co-operatli century. 4

k, ii this county a few weeks ago, 26 miles, be included In the first I legislative committee of the Flo amount of money which this ('OUI\- write citizens In the southern pl1rt from those oftlclnls l during the pe 1'- Hare headed in a chill March rt

I I riles the Telegraph; that heaw Is called In the new budget. Ida. state Association of Cout't Ly has contributed to the project I of the county the board was not 'od for which on account of a tlu'k wind, his right hand upraised to

located at New Orleans for a Among other projects the board Clerks has submitted to Govern as well as the amount which It will authorized to construct cult of finances, the deputies of the heaven, his left hand resting upon

days before ,proceeding to agreed to add to the tentative budge Carlton Its recommendations for be able to give and will preset guards on county roada. game department have been with. the biblical tenets of faith, Hoover
iw alterations ot the present laws to their claims on this ground. A} advertisement the boar drawn took oath to the highest office in
.cksburg, Mls lsslppl, where 1 he adopted a month ago to be con- per from the field. In gratify) .
1\1\ a recruiting office for .he.1i structed this year, la the extension make them "effective and enforceable received bids for gas; oils, etc., for says the commissioner. the land while a distinguished

.gular open army. Corp. Bitch l la a of road 28 from Grandin to Flor ." Bond Election county road work. Every mall Is bringing;/ IE'tlel'lI company on the east steps of the

\'N Bradford i county boy, and during home.. The board had set Grand Changes In the time of Yl"ar The following submitted prices: from these otllriulu pledging theIr capitol sent their. cheers and applause I'
when the tax assessmen t rol ,', Garage, at lc belo rolling wave like across
stay, In this state married a as the southern pont! on which Smith ; gas; wholo-henrled co-npsration.( I ItttutpH. he
III Smyrna girl.ipfhhiiian .. surfacing would be carried durli{ would be compiled, a substantli Next Tuesday tank wagon prices\ and oils and acrcssorles Not only hurt t'o the shed the crowded plaza.

ew this year, but upon repreaeutatloimade allowance for payment of taxi at 5 per cent above responded, say Mr. \Voodwar Two ex-presidents were In that

Grri-ii Iti'tiirns, by a delegation from Put- before they become delinquent Next Tuesday Is the dale set I b)' wholesale! prices but several chapter of the haRk company: something no Inauguration -
T nam county It was agreed to extend elimination of publication of i delinquent he city council for the elp'tlon Gulf Refilling Company: 2 cent Walton league have volunteersrooppral hud seen before Cool'dge!' and

| ongreesman R. A. Green rurned the surfacing on to }o'iora- tax lint or a part of it to; determine whether a bond IHSU! under tank wagon; price ou (late I Iof Ion, us have a number of Taft. Governors of more than half ;
home Wednesday afternoon and reduction of the allowance I 10 delivery, net this date 21c, sul:- private citizens 'rht'"e huve the state were there justices of ,I''.,
th' home. hall be floated for building new men r
tom Washington following tax collectors for holding delli ject to change without notice; been given honorary rnniinlsHlniiin the supreme court, diplomats, rep :
io'ting of the session and will I be nuent sales are among the chung (:lty hall, to Include jail quartet the Ore'' kerosene IR l-2c this dale, suliject deputies of HIP. resentalves, kings, Incoming and ''f t
for
''' and possibly quarters deparLrne
Mr. and Hire \' TallahaaHee, March 6. The per- I at
lift his parents. change without notice: utitKoIng cabinet ofllcers rank of
suggested. lepartment. The amount of the to ; They will\ ro-uperale lonely\ with ;
r i Green, on AV. Madlsoii stree manent budget of construction and The committee, composed of w'll be $12,000) and If the Gulf furnace a'light:\ \ 12c, mill the sheriffs! of tlin'r! reapncth the army and lIav'y, und beyondbees'

II Green expects to be In Starke! maintenance work to be conduct Karl H. O'Qulnn., clerk of the ctuft lairs carries the building will be I Ject to change without notice: counties In (the enforrenient of tlilaw. t .. many many thousands, perhaps '

ntll the middle of April, as Pre l- this year by the state road depar \ court of Ptnellas county, and Celia occuple Supremefotor] oil, medium, 70c It was stated That their quarter\ million people of ; '.1 i
erected the lot now se!
on ,
enl i Hoover has signified his inllon ment was! completed here late to. Blmore Cohen clerk of the crln old hall. Only! thus less 35 per cent net, 455 per gal; \ vice may be most offcctlvo tlll'lr American by whose suffrage; and ,
the city '
,' of calling; an extra Bessie day after a two day session i of I Inal i court of West Palm Read, by who property within the clly Ion: Supreme Motor\ Oil, heavy; nines will not be given to the 1"b. : bocauso of whose confidence Hoover ',:I
own \ '
't congress during the latter part members of the state highway was appointed by the clerks' a as. mite( will be eligible to vote on roc less 35 per cent net, 455 peKullon 1\it'\ In stepping Into the first executive !

if that month. board. variation: at the annual cnnventln he question of bonding ; Supreme \Motor Oil, extri Letter of the West Palm flea oflico he ever held, which' Is .F'Cleo
S delegations from last December. In less 35 cent net, the most powerful In the ,
YOI'kIII' After hearing ta Jacksonville Lr heavy, 80c, per chapter: of the Izuak Walto i u
stump In New Is In New York I many counties of the state who his Inaugural address, Govern M. KNvniou: ; DIIS: AT HUM JIo: .52: per gallon; Supreme Motor Oil l League, notification of which i world The] ceremony Was performed t, ,I G r
F. Stump
F his line i of i sought to have various road abridge Carlton asked for the ;co-operatio\ \ special heavy 80c, less 35 per cl"nt reached\ tho rommlss'oner! Ihlll In the rain. ; ; 4
'It)' this week buying projects Included In the st county officials In taxation prob.) cltlze net .52 gallon; Supreme CUll I (
goods, antic Harvey M. Snyder, 48, a per morning, was especially) referre
pring and bummer and desireshe wants ems.Under of Starke for the past year
'atlng the New tonight placed the flishlng the proposed] change, thA 2.28: smaller amounts fraclloiiiInner I the BHliiry of Irvan liner' ('Ollllty Curtis: of Kansas, wait Inaugurated

buyers of this county.buyer (of touches to Its 1929 road de.< Lax assessment roll would be mad "'omm'tted: suicide at his home o.Valnu larger: cheaper; Gulf transmission deputy, until such\ limn as the di as vice president of I the United '
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01'k City is a heavy strawberries and velopment program by adding a up during the nine months priedlng \ \ street Monday morning at lubricant mime price ('U\|\' i 11ft ment Is l in u position to resum States, swore In by Oawes before a:

:iradford county t to number of items to the temporal : the year for which tttxc I 1:30, by shooting himself throng grease: Gulf high pressure greUlle'1 payment of the same, a distinguished assemblage; which 1'' ', '

Ir Stump evidently expects in the miropolla budget adopted a month ago, and ire to be assessed. By this met! t he head. Following an attack onfluenzn name price cup grease,; Woodward lu asking/ of the ('rowde.ll'very nook of the senate j' ';!,: a'tooljdge

ee: the money he leaves a rejecting others. oil, It was pointed out, the tax ai three weeks ago; he had able first of each month.AItem ['ltl/fn\ of the stale special' cc.- chamber, Includ ng Hoover and '. .', ;:

r \ return to the growers for the After adoption of' the budge, tensor would have the roll read bel'n In poor health and with thiswIth consideration by the boar operation I In I the protection of the & ,

nndredfold in exchange the board decided 'to call for bids to be turned over to the board of minor financial reverses, i Is ]\Ir. Haynes made a motion that wild life of Florida\ during the) I '
!leltclous berries. ounty commissioners on Deceit el'eved! to have caused the aclUs board continue the arrangement coUNr1ES
.- on work in several counties to COBtaplIl'oxlmately' the lime of the re-organlzallou of ,1 the I TWO ; ?
i $875,000. >er 1, 1930. On January 1, 1931ha condition for several days led as In effect ut present will work '
Hu
ht ode i Health Officer\ district,sanltar On motion of*"W, 'A'iSnanfls'! of' : tax; .<.collectorwould< open hIli members of his famfty to keep him Hitch's! Service Station Mr. To] --- ARE TICK FREE .. G
Fred Safay, .
Mr the board agreed to looks and start collection of cui rnderobHervatlon, but during!' the rode seconded the motion and I ItwaR '!I t
health, paid ,
Gainesville
board of
i
(Ulcer, state and I In bidders on future project' rent year taxes. Taxes would bt I ibsence of his wife from his roomfor carried. JUDGES WANT -- '
Wednesday require '
tarke a visit of his duties condemi I to deposit checks o* 5 per cent of (ome delinquent on June 1 of the'' a few momenta Monday mornIng The board adjourned to the nex I', H. IllMMtloil| 1e1'I'ort| "NIlOHM I" ) :. ;N

he course city hall and jamd the total bid as In the past, and to lame year and the tax sale won he secured his revolver and regular meeting MORE POWEF! kcr'H lt<-cortl (Spoiled' \ h Ily !

d the present further pre alit the (hecks, returning the jo held on August 1. Hy thlll fired the fatal shot. Death was intanteous. "HlrnlliK ('OWN, )
that no '
ordered unsuccessful In- the method, the committee claimed, IIOX IH'YKIW: ': \V.\lt\ii: 01' '
Corilitlon those ,
,ners be confined to the jail. werioted I money to This, it was stated, axes would he collected and ae- Funeral services were held atthe 1\1.1(0: fMIWITY I'L.\OP:- I trillion' In nl'lII'hl'll111'11 ThoMovt ) A cattle fever t'ck hasn't been "

of both of previous these places limpectlo I I bidding would eliminate Irresponsible blc leased and the tax sale held all home Wednesday afternoon, i i'clock. 3 : IlinTackaonvllle -, founll'lli Columbia and Huwannee i:: !f''

during a In the same year. Rev. l:, M. Rooks, of the months as the ,':/1
notice was served iers from the transactions Reports have reached the United ('unties for many ,
II December and I Reduction in the cost of holding Methodist church In charge, followed March 3-- Count In the two \
movement .
relative to sum the budge 1 States department of agrloul; eradication tr ; {
t1> .. .fly officIals Outstanding among the tax sale also Is suggested.; Th by Interment in the family:; edges of Florida Ire seeking" more Its completion "

.a t that time. Other propertle learlng10WI I changes wasra decision of the of tax collector would be allowed 10 (lot, Crosby Lake cemetery. Mem ire that some endeavoring dealers to In berry boos nrlmllctlon In criminal CIIHPH i I In: "he two last areas tick nears reported In the two r i,

.ifpdlng. ( Improving or board to Include\ maintenance cents Instead of 15 cents for each ors of the local! camp, Woodmei. boxes are ('ou nl leu without criminal court of found during last : '
officer were between Key sales by telling prospective cue (ountleH was
the Highway
\ noted by :he Oversea ertlflcate! and one and one-lial of the World,' had charge of cere ucortl. '
isted( with the city as follows: I W.est and the mainland, In its yea cents Instead of five cents oit the ones! at the' grave. Active \pall mere that boxes Hold by them. They are going; to unit l the legls ummer. Indicated. In the }o eb. q\ :,
l 1\1. boxesrowers Such was
J. road wa than other berry "
to The told less
Storage barn belonging ,schedule of work. total sale amount. bearers were: Me srs. 0, M. In.man lure to give t them power to I ryall ; t the campaign, be'InK 1,
The main warned to no atentlon report >
Morga pay racy
I'rllby, near the depot, milt by Monroe county A, Z. Adkins, K.: M, Johns, are inlHdeameunorw currying JulentencBH fifteen counties of i :

PIOUS, ?, toilets, belonging Crutch to Sen enance however, will exclude\ the :mm: AID itiyi'IHTIIrou > n I. II. Bennett D. I:, Knight, J. MIltchell to such claims.that the If boxes a<'lllallytrue. are! of one year or less, a fin he slate waged as In Issued last night by f' fIIr. ''

'nard Air Line and retries and bridges. I>>>II.ln.EII'I'T: : ; honorary, Messrs. J, 1 IIord It means of r $1,000 or bot h. Inspector In charge I I,1'
the boar standard In rapacity, In T. W. Cole, \
Hull. which below the
horse lot of N. H. Other projects Kf. the tirao! (count;
mi' ., L. A, )Davis J. F, Colley, At present States department ofgrlculture'H
United
-- Include the which using the boxes) of 'the '
case
-- budget persons
the '
added( to t tothe Floral tributes cover edges; can try only those ( 111'011where efforts !
1. Delegates .
Miami, March -- Hayes. co-operative
.
.egl, .tUu-N Itctiirn night; find I themselves In violation 11111131:
allowing: penalty ,
Johns of Stark*, first district: convention eve 'ne the grave were mute evidence tho maximum Florida In the killing of the
Senator:; E. M. in Espnmblo countyirovlded of the United States standard contaIner both with I
125, fine '
Road $SOO or f'
nontlin In jail, a
and in which he was ,
O. W. Hazel held by the Society of Forty of the esteem
md Representative it meets state specifics act of 19111.Department ( reiuliixl ut ( hi! Ick.
Saturda association made up ofthe held by his friends This decision was Baker for I the Bret time
returned miles Unini! 1 light; an In. county
of nrooker. ofll-
> 56, two of agriculture Count
four Ions ; Road members of the American I e'lllon Harvey Martin Snyder was born > ; initial convention of (the ; ticks were found during 'a,
rom Miami, after spending emergency measure; Roe< ale declared that there was very of Klorlilit( 1 111 In months
of the (ounty concluded their session: here Tay[ 2, 1881 In Knkles; Mills! Mil] ,, ,lulHUH AsHoclallon were on two cows
guests to They
'days In that city as .9, Marion county Wllllston ; little difference In capurity! rj\ hery scion at the Curling Hotel total. 'uhrimry.' "
Practically eVl'ryE : county, last night! after a business meeting coming to Starke twenty years ago hat strayed over tho tine from
Ito of \Miami. Ocala; Hoad 28 Putnam ; northern boxes turned out by different The new leg'nlatlon: would! nol t -
repiesent 10, and a program of entertalnmen a 9 representative of a In whlrh the program was :
state was Road \
of the' Jrandln to Flqrnhome: lanufactiirerii.. Samples\ of the counties where there Is u reas \
In buy. feet
II I by its legislators, and they; I Taylor county Perry to Madlttoi iter, immlHplon houm engaged; NineyearK output of each factory are tested trlmlllill I court of record. It III I 11"i. tinder' way, the report IndlcatI 1 ,44\;
adoptee and produce. Union I
101i
resolutions were Inll strawberries true In
Informal Three was
hand bull ed.\ The same
to ,
wrrt' given first county line. Taylor county by the department at Interval tended for counties where in Ismeenor ,
the needs of that particular and fur by the delegation; which represent ago: he became a permanent Dlferencett (unty, six cows straying over .
to specifications anti little variation Is found. po'iultletf
under state ('oIl1ell carrying :
southeaster Stnike, being associated that ;, '
Is en units In the citizen of to spoil ahnty's
Miami the territory
ed
tlcky
Taylor
tiou of the state. ilsh funds for the work; and slnl'ethen In the dimensions used! by than Mix months must K< from j'\ : ,
The
C Jones, nuye
the< United State wIth DeWItt record
since of the
strict( almost perfect I
the biggest season south to Salem; tw'ojects < the ('Ircilit c:
munuffac-turers und
loylng
(runty Perry Inthe the mann Individual tore the grand jury ,
and apartmen rat recommended an Increase engaged; actively in how-'I' period of months. In the !I'
hotel temporarj IIv..r a
in
{
mom' their overlooked sometimes make one .
for disabled veterans ternent of the business.Of ver, court. the twenty- :
capacity compensation during :
houses, belnb filled to and road 115, nay count; smaller than another. One tOllr counties
'''I11<1Itons! exist In the Miami\ sec- fidget radlng; ; to Choctawhatch'e Day with particular reference tciiherctilai near relatives In Starke L., he V box our, for example, may have H )'r'1'UJf: ('I'NIiiO' 1'i\I.J.: eight[ day period a total of 56.422 i. t"t"anImal" 1
Mrs.
In any other following patients. leavea his mother ITIUH (atOVI::- were dipped or Inspected. t 1
found the I IV
Ion not to be board rejected lightly larger capacity\ than Ibox \
The ,
this offers )- wife and two children ;
and for Retirement of emergency Snyder, a 01 vats being In operation.
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,section.ea on legislative of Florida members wen I Toponed 2 projects aid 22:, .Orange, ; county;; (' disabled through any caused ,, enella and Louise Relativej ofthe with a larger.top. The cottony! cllsh'Oil Hcnle swamibe ,Systematic work began; In nix: i'
themselveitu Roads two-thirds of base pay, wasthe family In Alabama l'enn8ylvanIa 111tba that portion of f' :
Flagleunty at well established unties Including
for
28, (
to see Road to getting
nvued there of mill of :
edes'gnatlon; unable Clewiston $1,500-ton
necessity of legislation! thai 15, Hernando county subject of the second resoluon and Maryland were citrus graven of the county I>uval count' to the north and 4 pwed
rill> be presented for their tond'ration : I Hoad 11 Jefferson county:: to be passed by the ronvenon. to i attend the funeral because of Southern Sugar Company recently Borne few groves have been injected of the St. Johns river, with iii; '
next ; Hoad Duva Recommendation to the national knees and flood conditions. Dur.Ing started: operations agent where Monday. In the area which tti :,
opening
and the county la st
''ninth at the session load 78, Hoad St. Johns 1, Duval county;; organization! that district! his residence! here the deceased Pensacola Construction Pensacola onpropolled the\ scale by lit present, The peat iimenace dudes In addition to Uuval.radford. f f'" };i

unties ; Hoad 3 Putnllm inventions be held annually Inthe won" host of friends by his kind. $2,000,000 to citrus and nhoiild! be Clay, Gllchrlst, Levy ,; \
county; a.
Xmaa Load 2 Polk divisions of the I)'. considerate manner and theywill ridge will start February 1. counties, 258 vats are j1'
lOnly 20:2 Dale to Road 30 Vero Beach respective controlled before It causes a great anl Nassau
| for the Christmas card trade county; Road 14, Alachua United States made up the third I miss his friendly word anlemile Peninsular Hotel Company, mount of damage. The only ef- belnlf used as the cattle, horsed a .r
has se- the Gulf; devoted to his fumlIy leurwater. Increases capital stock ;
to
ext( ): season the Telegraph Road 45, Volusla county;; solution. He was ,..irlive control 18 by Verdalla or anll mules of the areas are dip- a j
Christmas county; In his efforts to pro.vide to i $250.000. Iday"
In
ured the latest novelty county. unsparing UHtrlan Lady Beetles. Spraying pe(1 or Inspected -every fourteen t :
greeting cards, coming 15 to Roall 29, Okeechobee Instructed the engineer Between 600 and! 700 members for their every wish and com- Lotus shipped 35 boxes fruit tonada. III not effective due to the nature Sixty-two vats are being ''t g; 1"ulIPd

different, and with The board of! Elk. clubs In all sections of theetate fort. where thlll'Icale Duval county. i (/) ,
(i box, each one communicate with the federal of' the insect, therefore i In !
name of sender printed thereon to roads for are expected to be present Is present, Veilalla should he Final work Is under way In \ r i inroward.
of public
Two\ assortments will be stocked,, bureau to Include\ Macasphall when the State Elks association 4-H Clubs Organize At troduced.. It anyone l Is In (Iueatlon Dade, Franklin, Gulf I, j

Howng: a selection of thirty emission construction of federal aid holds its annual convention at i as to the presence of the scale, and 1 Leon counties, areas in which r

'ard' at a very attractive figure, for the and also\ placed alnesTllle as guests of Galneslle In their groves the county agent Infestations have occurred. No ;, I Itlcka
Florida i I '
Christmas projects In No. 999 on March 8and And New River Gulf \
Brooker
the Lodge la Broward
Handling! orders for Road 67 In Glades w1ll t be glad to make an Inspfy'tlonthn : were found ''
trade by mall with the printing or :n the budget Moorehaven to CI'wIston 9.Daytona. l of grove and assist! the owner and I Leon counties while three r: y'; ,',

i'KRravlng to be done by some dis county.damagpfby from the storm of Beach'City's. lint rural I In getting a colony of Vedalla"' es- cattle were found Infested In Dade '

tnt plant has proven so unsatisfactory instructed the engineer recently put into op- I During February through efforts the coming year: President Lorle dished Merely notify the conn- and I three In Franklin counties.
dlsontinued and mall route
that the Telegraph 1926 passable.izte of the county agent agricultural Kelley Vice President, Andrew ty agent that you desire yourproye During the month a total of '

,. It in favor of stocking to> keep it will turn over $'l5000 .- atlon.ilchrlst. clubs In poultry corn, Rhoden Secretary-treasurer, Harry to be I Inspected and the aitance *- ..611I99! animal Including 8.539 h

'jhe cards and printing them to orlc ) county of bonds to the state to county for work done 011Hoad and pigs were organized among; Sapp. Other members of the : will be rendered a'cord.Ingly. ho"e.. and mules, were Inspected x,

> in our cwn plant. This is not worth hard surface as far as 14. I boys and girls of the Brooker and I Ii club are Hazel Turner, Haimle( In nine counties, one mule being ; .

in admonition to do your Christ Bell and will go Road 19, be- The bids to be advertised which i New River sections Rhoden and Harry Sapp. .... -- found tlcky In addition to thirteen '. tr

!ira* shopping early but an ad- the r funds and Cross City, andcon..lct will be first called In/ the new bud. The club at Brooker was organized These boys and girls have made cows. I

n-e notice to buyers of ChrlstT I twel'n Oldtown labor will be used get. follow: I I on February 4th with the plans and are now beginning with : WANTKUThe i
greeting! cards that their or- commissioners of St. Approaches to bridges on Road following officers elected to serve their work in the line of poultry irt ( OItIIl;SPONIENT4

,1 can be filled with a superiorle The county county were authorized to 62.0. Otceola county, a federal for the coming year: President, corn or pigs. The work will besupervised : corres- i 1

at prices 40 to 60 percent I Lucie In the state's name for aright aid project. Road 28, Union coun- Ortho Matlieny, Vice president, Ivan by tHe county agent Telegraph locality wants In nradford 4 I ), ,;

1 der those charged by mall order condemn for Road 8, from Ft.Pierce ty, from the west limits of Lake .Hazen, Secretary-treasurer, and assistance will be rendered In pondent" lu every without a. '1S
j : "r. of way Okeechobee and tbeboard Butler to the New River, 3.7 miles Russell Greene. >Other membersof handling the problems with the Mr. and Mrs. o till Leach ofStarke I county at present t )

to to take over a five rocle base Road 6-A, Columbia the club are Cora Padgett: Car. different members as they arli son, March 3rd preHentatlv* to send In the If news 1 ,

X-OTICK refused out of Fort Pierce, county, two projects rock bu, Data Barry, Ellsha Barron Elijah i Quite a number of boys and dr. and Mrs. I. Z. Luke, olStarke. of thn section every week.represented your

mile section because it was stated, HoatA 28, Bradford county, roclebase Barron, Cheater Cornerly and Raymond girls. expressed a desire to enter son, February 25th Ignborhood Is not theeditor v
Starke Grove No. 2'lS Woodmen on that road with the new Road 4, Brevard county, approaches Greene the work but for various reasons Mr. and Mrs A, L. Alvarez. ofSlarke each week In thin paper, write ofstationery

('irele. will hold Its regular session It would Interfere to a bridge and Road 2B, On February 19th, the boys and .could not Join, but It la hoped that daughter February 28th.Mr. ( a letter and a supply ''

.:fjcsday evening March 12th at I road.I Shands was InItructed >ndry county, Ltbelle to tbePalm girls at New River were organized they might line up for another and Mrs J, F. Uerbee. ofStarke will be mailed ImmedIatelY 4 ,

10 o'clock. A full attendance Commissioner to! collect $90.000 from Beach county line grading and officers elected, to serve for year, daughter, March 6th. ,

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:. 'KUII-I.S ANIJ FL'KBKLOWS.: pll enrolled Is $130. In the United sanitary toilets, good libraries, I lighted to know that her health is

F ; AND SCHOOL COSTS" States, the average" Is $17.1. ((3)) comfortable and hygienic desks, Improving,
trained teachers, and a schol term McCall of the Gainesville
'r The average length of the school Rev. pastor
; that is not too far below the average -
: j' (By II. J. kongstreet, Secretary, term In Florida is .142 days, Baptist: church, will preach
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r: < I in the rest of the states.These
; Florida Education Association ) whereas In the United) States the things cost money. It Is not at the First HaptUt church of
A Florida agricultural publication average In 170 days. ((4)) The average '
the addition of a course in manual Hampton next Sunday.
I r' recently primed an editorial / salary for teachers In Florida
training, or physical: education, II. F. Dyal and family, who have
Is $743 ; In the United States, It is
that Is mainly responsible for Increased -
been spending the winter monthsIn
Florid $1252. In these, and other measures '
school costs. The thingsIs
South Florida have returnedto
of school, efficiency, Florida
obvious Its face. It is similar
the chief cause of the present difficulties falls below the average for the on their home here.
!, in school finance Is "the United State It does not appear to the argument that "lopping Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gould, who
a s addition of endless frills and furbelows that we are making a disproportionate oft" a few circuit judges and have been the guests or their son,
equipment bureaucrats Is going to halve the Arthur Gould of Sharps, returnedto
'n I all requiring effort to support education.
;., and all ('ostlnmoney to operate. Now for the Implication that state! taxes. Whether these courses their home here last Monday.
That these add to the value of the the Florida schools should lie operated are worth while may be debated. riev. Clarke, of Waldo, preachedat
Y school Is gravely questioned In without reference to "out- But eliminating them will not re- the Methodist church last Sun

,!. many quarters. Numerous principals aide standardizing agencies." If duce school taxes ona mill In any day morning and evening. lIe Iras
: not Hold school district In Florida. been conducting a class In Methodist
rk and teachers are on we )proceed< to frame our schoolcurricula
..Y. ; the innovations but apparently are without regard" to practice That there are in some schools evangelism.: The .course was

'., la 2 i; forced to adopt them by the 'rec In the rest of the country, our "frtlls[ and furbelows" Is probablytrue. completed last Sunday evening,
i' ognition' requirements of Institutions high school graduates will not be Hut their existence Is not a and Interesting talks were madeon

', : of higher learning, especially able to enter the universities of statewide! situation. It Is the responsibility how to successfully conduct a w lL ,,; #J r f' ''9 1 ill r rr
4h thoee located In other elates the country. The college Is the of local school boards revival of: religion, after which rw 4w c s TI' n I I 1r GGG

There Deems to be in thin connec only course for the boy who wishesto to remove such courses when nec- Kev. Clarke delivered a very helpful -
educational 'trust'' The slate course of study) and Interesting sermon. tuu ++muxuw, ,
tion a powerful become a doctor, a lawyer, a essary. : NyAI
yt .4,. or 'union' Apparently radical\ pr.c'bt, a teacher, a scientist or an for elementary schools requires Mrs. J. II. Saxon entertainedat
r ,'! legislation will be necessary to engineer. Over a third of our reading, arithmetic, hygiene, geog- the city hall In honor of her
y :
N, save the school system of Florida graduates enter colleges In other raphy, history; spelling writing, nephew, Thornton Johns 13th
:, ,, It meet be furnished a great deal states. This is In part because of and English." A little time is spenton birthday. Many interesting
more money, or revised to permit our position as a tourist state. Ue- nature study, music, and art games were played and participated -
v )r operation on a much more eco vise our curriculum radically and In some schools. We might cut out i' In by twenty-four happy boys
'.4y,+ ; nomical basin. Can anything we penalize every young man who the last three, but their removal and girls Miss Geraldine Johns of

h 1' practicable In the latter direction looks to a professional career. It would not bo reflected in a lowered Starke, was In attendance. ,
while there la admission school budget The state requirements received many I II
be accomplished Is a condition, not a theory, which Master Thornton
of obligation to conform confronts us. for high school graduation -I beautiful presents for- which In
P to standards set where there is no Another "standardizing agency"; Include four years of Eng- his kind smiling maner he showed

tM, '+'. I understanding of our problems?" I Is the Southern Association, to lish, two years of history and government much appreciation Ice cream I I
) ',''- t There' are several implications in which a high school must belongif one year of mathematics: and different kinds of delicious 3'YM
: ''h, this editorial expression. One is its graduates are to be admittedto ana one year of science (with one cake one large birthday cake bear- .. Y
'. ? that there are useless courses in the colleges without examina year of home economics for girls) ing thirteen candles was served 0J

our public schools. Another, that tion. This Association does 'set There Is not much here that can abundantly. .i 0
these "frills and furbelows" are certain standards which our high be eliminated, unless it be the Mrs. E. C. Morris And daughter, ea rraise /

xr the direct and principal cause of schools must meet. On the whole, math and home economics, and Miss: Earnestlne, are spending the i
the Increased cost of public education these standards are good. What few will admit that much. week with Mrs. Morris parents, t

"ra19 : 4 Y A third, that the educational can we do about It? If we refuseto The conclusion of the matter is Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. I

Y' costs everywhere are too join the association, we penalize that there are no "frills and fur- Last Wednesday evening" Mrs.J. .
i high. And fourthly, that Florida again every high school grad- belows" with which the state legis- V. Jones entertained the W. M.

.. public schools should be operated uate, and our secondary schools lature can effectively deal; that U. of the Baptist church.. from two- tylulndfdOt7M frrt, ..
1 n Ir. without reference to any standard are without the pale. We live even if local boards do remove alleged thirty to four. The time was spentin u.u r.

izing agencies. In a societal group and we are fads In education, no appreciable embroidering squares for a quite: 1 Ie R K.
r :. With regard to school costs, na- compelled to do some things that saving can be effected' ; that that is being prepared for the or- _

,{ tion-wide, the following farts are may Irk us.Ve cannot travel the Increased cost of public schoolsIn phanage at Arcadia. At the con-
fal illuminating: ((1)) We spend 2.41 alone anymore in education, finance Florida Is the result of a public clusion a delicious course, consisting -
''turf' t'' 1'r' per cent of our national income on business] politics, or any demand for a higher grade ot : oC sandwiches and fruit J 11

public schols. ((2)) Of our nation's thing else [education, and that Florida schoolsare punch was served 1 Livi o oont ;. he q 1

5 i' total wealth, 1. 25 per cent Is Invented We may properly crtlcize these not yet up to the average of A, A, McDonald, who is engagedIn -s', :''NI

;: In school buildings and conditions, but so long as they exist I the United States: that the only business at Switzerland, spent n dl

., jpqulpment. ((3)) For all public ,. it Is practically Impossible for I result of "radical legislation" that the week-end with his family here.J. : 9)) ;
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:;, t" i purpose"' we spend 10 per cent of Us to do other than adapt ourselves will withdraw school support now M. Davis! of Sampson City, a J "
our Income Wliferviiu. In other I to them. We do Indeed have or In the future, will be to drop was a guest of Hotel Hampton last ibUIf ;

countries, the! \percent Is much an obligation to conform to standards Florida back where it was twenty Saturday.Mrs. .
? J higher. In England, it Is 22 percent educational, as otherwise. years ago( educationally. B. N. Williams! spent the
t; : And yet our per capita) Income About the only-thing we can do is'I' a week-end with her parents, Mr. .1R3TrLrYn FLAA J@cfvJort.o: .pLAr)
'... that of I England standards If and Mrs. Pitts of Lawtey.CONSIDERS .,.. .......
Is while the -
$709 to try to alter --
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is only $427. (4)) For every we are dissatisfied.The ,
dollar we spend for education we I editorial continues to allege : HAMPTONBIU .\KCO.VOMIC.Uj: : AND AT. is the theme of the unusual ex- while a simple treatment for side-

Y:', spend $2,77, for luxuries. In 1926 that the present cost of education BIU. Ada N I ni iin>, ('or. TAXATION TU.U'TIVH KNCMSII: IIOCKU: terior while the plan Is laid out In and rear makes for economy
I we spent nix times as much as for : is largely duo to "frills and FOIl A .x.UUtOOT a direct and economical manner The large wardrobe conne'-'iiu'
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uJ automobiles as for public education. furbelows" On the contrary, the SYSTEM -- with every convenience Including with the main bedroom Is a war

ht ,$ ((5)) Public education takes Increased cost of public schools In \\.. H. Alexander and family ( By U. C. Hunter & Bros., Archts. garage and maid's room. thy feature.
er t but 23.CO per cent: of our tnx-col- Florida Is due fundamentally to were transacting business In New York.) This house is designed to go on Complete working plans in.*. .
; lectlon. These statistics do not Indicate the attainment of a higher standard Gainesville this week. The breaking down of the taxa- This house combines those desirable a forty foot lot. specifications of this house mn b*
IPS$ y that the nation caniun afford of education, which) Includes ) Mr. and Mrs\ W. O. Seals and tion system of Florida as shown by qualities of an attractive The combination: of materials obtained for a nominal sum iron

to educate{ Its children. longer school terms, better trained daughters Misses Mildred and !Ma decrens'ng state, city and county exterior and on a livable plan. used in the front, brick, stucco and the building editor. Rote t u e> )1'
Hut are ,Florida public schools teachers, better buildings and bel, all of Jacksonville but formerly collections( in various parts of the The popular )English) cottage timber, lend variety and interest, house A-156
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.: costing too much Further statistical more adequate equipment, and to of Hampton, and !Mrs. Seal's sister -
: s Inquiry reveals these facts. the great Increase In high school Miss Pearl Cook, of New York, were the subjects of considerationby <;miTO: : PICKS: roil
rT ((1)) The expenditures) for current enrollment. Who Is there to( be but formerly a resident here, were Governor Carlton and his cabinet PASH.UM;: 01" In 1,1. FOIL
fig) ( expenses per pupil In attendance+ satisfied with tho schools as they dinner guests of W. II. Alexanderand during/ three-hour session on VHTH: IIOMK: IN !HTATK:

b In Florida are $51.47. In the were twenty years ago in\ this family this week. Wednesday and two long sessions .
: United States, the average Is $70.- state? Today, people want fireproof Little Lela May Sparkman, who on Thursday. The members of Washington: March 1.-Establishment Tires for the new Ford

24, ((2)) The average value of school buildings, well light- has been real ill for several days, the cabinet present were: Me>1t1ra. of a branch of the natIonal :

,. school property In Florida )per pu- led I clean, beautiful In design: with has many friends here who are do.Americans Ernest Amos, II. Clay Crawford home for disabled volunteer
k Fred II. Davis, W. V. Knott and

1 ; ?';, Nathan Mayo. Mr. W. S. Cawthon l soldiers in Florida Is authorized( are specially madeto
0. ry p' was absent by reason of attendance I In a bill a sub-committee of the
; ; : Canadians of French :=ccnl to Honor on an educational! conventionIn house military affairs committee

k 4r, Jeanne D'Arc at 500th Anniversary' in Old Orleans Detailed Ohio. evidence in relation to reported Representative) favorably Green today of Florida, give long wearThough

,n ry each county and city of the state who Is sponsoring the measure In
was submitted to the governor and the house, Indicated he will press
I I ; OLEti'NsAND; Srg7Uti the cabinet. The outcome of the for a favorable report from the

prolonged discussions was In keep- entire military affairs committee,

ing with suggestions contained in and then passage" of the measure '
y G r 1 t the governor's inaugural address: : lit congress before adjournment )
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Assessment and collection methods \
!Monday.
$ ii : must be made to fit modern comli- The senate has passed' a similar was. -,""" ;\j. 1-_ r--.D.'

KJ : t'ons' ; the reverted land certifiedto bill by Senator Fletcher of Flor-
: $ p ; .' the state, now representing over 'da. Efforts will be made by

!KA /- 7,000,000 acres, must be broughtback Green to have the Fletcher bill
'. !!,,*' l rolls, and a continuing substltuteit
t wr' to the tax for his bill In the
) ; reversion of land( avoidedIn house, Sr.i.that the measure can _.- ,1

; future as much as possible; a then go directly: to President CodlIdge -
nql?s 2.mb44k concentration of responsibility, for til's( signature without be-
wta
; particularly In financial matters Ing returned to the' senate. I
-'I Y' and) law enforcement, must be accomplished Appearing) before the milItary' WilEN tile new Ford was de- the Ford,tires are

In the counties; and affairs sub-committee. Green signed, it was immediately designated as 30 x 4.50

ht new sources of revenue to make pointed out that there Is now no apparent that a new tire they have the resiliency and I 5. ; jki4 our tax: system more suitably distributed branch of the national home for would have to be made to air space of much larger
: need to be consld-
will disabled volunteer soldiers in the
match the car's
9 9tt'vi perform tires because of the drop
ered. southeast, south of Johnson City,
In commenting! upon the outcome Tenn. [' ance. It was distinctly a new center rim of the steel-spoke

ot. the meeting Governor The number of apllcants for admission problem, for here was a car wheels..

Carlton said, "There was submitted to this home has been Increasing with quicker acceleration,
to us proof positive: \ of the financial rapidly and It is urgent greater speed and more For best results, the tires

illness of many counties that a branch be established, braking efficiency than on the new Ford should lIe I
and cities. From the point of view said. any kept inflated air ..
car of similar sue or weight.So an pres.sure
tar of the state we already! have proof Mildness of climate In Florida of 35 pounds and

i+ that something 'is seriously the will keep operating costs at a minimum that every Ford owner checked insure
regularly to
the income -
matter as for months past : he said. In declaring that might be assured
of this
of the state itself has been Florida's: balmy climate would be maximum pressure all the time.
depleted at the rate of $200,000per (conductive to the health and happiness tire mileage at the low This i is! important. Low inflation

a ( \ month of the Inmates of such a est cost, the Ford Motor breaks down the si'Io
b N w, I facing the facts, however we Company devoted
t I' 5 "In home. many walla of a tire. By causing
the neglectof
realized that what months
have -S to research and
r ;r min has made confusing and Ineffective Upon the assurance that tha 10- overheating it also destroysthe !
experiment in
can by the exercise' of mile stretch of paving between conjunc rubber that acts as an
good; Judgment and courage be cor- Pensacola and Bscambia. bridge tion with the leading tire insulation! with consequent

""l rected. Therefore the membersof will be completed, a ceremony cal- manufacturers. separation of the cord.
1 i the cabinet want every taxpayer culated to be a fitting one to com-
throughout of tiletructul"e' As a result certain definite At the
%''I Iv and every investor memorate the completion end of each 5000
the state to realize that Is now being planned. specifications were developed miles, when you have tile
thought, leadIng to correct action, This: will take place on or about for tires for the new front wheels packed with
ba4c71 will characterize the legislature" of July, and from the way preparations Ford. These specify cords of
time grease it ij a good plan to
and the
It will to
1929. Between now are going on prove certain and
strength
we shall be In In Pensacola. texture, bare the wheel alignment
of the legislature: be a big time a large volume
of
correspondence with every leglslatov. tread and checked.) This will prevent

IUI'i:1'I! : ,: ,! } .."v. .., tdl..." '" .." "m'. .. .-*. ,* I At the same time a series A recent decision of the Interstate Bide-wall rubber,sturdy nonskid premature wear.
'l.Ai, # I of measure suitable to the case commerce commission In cut- design, and reinforced

.' ( Orleans that historic town In stubborn resistance the Enjllsh past five: centuries will have a placeon will be thoroughly prepared and ting the rates on fruits and vege- plies for protection against: when punctures come,83

"t !l yr.r.. north'! central Franco, will be the finally became discouraged and evacuated the 13-day: program. and arrangements ready'! tb submit: for It Is evident tables from Florida will halt save million the bruise breaks_all the they will with any tire, you
the It I admitted that made to not sufficient at this growers of this state a
city are already being accommodate that one bill Is features will
mecca thl year ot thousand of strong of find the Fowl dealer
the extraordinary*pluck and trnce of the heavy Influx of. ea- but that a series of bills must dollars annually. The revision of construc
M; ,!tyJ American and Canadian of French I leadership of the "Maid of Orleans"w ,peeud tourist time the law relative, to taxa- the rates and refrigeration charges tion formerly considered particularly wellequippedto
,' I: v) + Jes=eout, for 1920 commemorate the responsible for the French vic Anticipating the desire of maneFrenchCanadians tion modify In our IItate.s much as were on car load lots to northern for only the largest tires. make repairs quickly and
t x CQOth tanlvernury ct the deliverance' tory.To and American. of I corrected immed- markets In New England and at small
>l heroic possible must be cost. See him too,
commemorate Joanne' French origin to vlalt the ancient city : Great ,
of the city of Orleans the two Other southern care also
by martyred, In states. :! was taken
.) exploit, a eerie of civil military and of Orleans during the festival period, lately by statute followed eastern for replacements. Then
I' : as loaano D'Arc, probably the greatestaerolite ; I| constitutional states are also greatly benefitted to secure the best
religious! fete will be held on the 7th several steamship companies have I years by such ridingqualitics will
,', + : In history who was burned and 8th of May Including additional arranged! their sailings so a* to Include amendments ad may be necessary." by the decision to grant the shippers in connection with the you be sure of getting
at the stake by: the English because event, such a. a tournament of Jouat- arrival In Franc In timefor the i j ----S this! reductlonr transverse tires<< Luilt specially for thaI
,. they believed she practiced witch log, after the fashion of knight of pageant. The Canadian paciaa i m .> I springa Tord accordingshock
?' 'p.' craft. 10 great was her Influence with old; In which mounted warrior In Steamship, for Instance, have assigned iI I I Farmers in Bradford county Demonstrations In the use of and the Houdaille car
j,' the army of Franc. Riding *t theY all their plum and armor will nun the "Empress of Australia" to ,! have found that It pay to treat mnnganse sulphate to correct soil absorbers. to definite Ford
J head of mm 4.SOO men, she succeed at one another with tilted lanea to sail from New York! April 11: the seed to prevent diseases, and are conditions have been started by specifications.
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ed In entering Orleans on the 29 tu of gain the favor of the -ladle fayre": "Metagama. from Saint John, N B, of this Information,
,f, April. 1439. 80 Inspired were. the witnessing the contest Pageant*! the same day and the "MontcaJm": making use the county agents In Palm Beach
m Frenchmen under tier that alter representing French history of the from the same port. April 34U>. |says their county agent. county.! FORD MOTOR COMPANY

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BRAPFOKP COUNTY TELEOrtAPn. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGK THREE
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ments from Hardee county set a o -
new high; record this week when
New of Florida in Short Paragraph :130,288 quarts went I to market St. Petersburg Sun Bathing Season
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from the Bowling Green and Wau I mO'1.1.

chula platform Bowling Green On as Northland Shivers from Cold4'I'
chipped" 32: cars and 606 refrigerators

a total of 259.184 quarts) 1-' ,
1ewsI -
i [Live State I I'he'altchltla market Bent out ,I

four carloads and 536' refrlgera :

tors or 71,104 quarts This brings e "
the pennon's shipments. to date to '

; 1,248,399 quarts, as against 599.-, I
TOLD BY OUR
I EXCHANGES 000 quarts In the whole of 1928Wauchula .
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Fort by Coo & Son, who recently bought:
said that
did the Beverly poultry farm here 1
i" < : of North
Da
j brought a check for $144.80 thlt
n-il!
result of bite
week The chicks less than fill i itQ
were
i, n a this place, Later
Jh, I hen 10 weeks old and were sold foiasli
( lIfl'eklrVa I
,, her : !' to an east coast man II M.
to
r ) Ga, and
,lit. Alexander, former owner of th<
: to find the farm will establish another chicken I
culled off
i S raising plant south of her ;

I n nsnoola 1",'? 'oijt a I federal build-! where the })Ix'e highway erosae' :' ,I i i3Ox
Peace river Simon Griffin is to 11// $ "
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of
t
"H' will
be
placed have barge\ \ : of tho farm on whll'h10OJO ; '
shiver; ,
??! : (' to Ii
fowls will be kept r 'p&f
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'11 ..n>d by John It S S S r ', :
gs
),m> had !poHtnmstei Miami.--Four employes of the
I_ lie : Mr. lartlett Olympia theater Miami's largest IrrIt '
.
|,) Ion fam:lya ot 14 Florida downtown movie house were held e

; and included up and bobbed of mo're than $3.-
Mil.indo, building in his 000 In the office of the theater late

Biih. rounder the oth- last night by two bund.IB: The
,-ais. hs: robbery took place when the thea-

lh ter was crowded After the rob 3
I the -The annual bery the bandits walked down the Z H : ;
hi' ,' (' to be held here stairway from the business ofllce

i iz: under March 18 to where the robbery occurred and tf Clincb.erPathfinder
dopted by If nothing disappeared in the crowd \In the 3
( \ will furnish streets
tenlS
airs. The mu- S S S j
Fort :: to participate Ar'her--The victim of n bullet r
jI I
'liiu Yield of { of Flor H
; wound Inflicted six years ago
full, seasan state so- 'r. Heagy, Jr., is recovering: In his Cord Tires
(' ,,)rding : "queens", It home here from an operation I

jierf, one which was found necessary" to re- I
lldi." S move the slug from its old resting
flu' urre Jury In- place Six years ago Heagy, then : $ 95
,) ')'owest 'ng of Miss Al- youngster, accidentally discharged '

1 n I tin' acre. I In an nllI his small rifle, and the ball. i ;) oer..eters.

held that the striking him In the ankle, lodged f $ "
"; niasota death through there. The wound healed over, ,
: :smith; will L M. Bristol and not until recently was he sufficiently ;
at In the Arctic blasts and sweeping! bljreards hove no worries for I h.." bountiful aun.won.I"! "... plnylnf\ In b"lmy S'. Prt rohuifT 4 !
,1 I honor ( troubled with It to cause '
1-PiGlenna Rudy Collins. Full Inwn O., bilnps her movl comers ......ih. 2-Pi In winning n"Ihlnl.lIra, I
,1.11. (da Sota l but through him to seek Its jemovol by a surgeon. i-":zn't the 'Munnhln gr.ndr" 4-Dutiful Daughters obeying parental edict of "Don't Co Near the W.l.rl" 0--Out ol F'
,Ian, Ii 8, It '! on the part A ti.i.u.and .ub-',Dplcal views at St. Petersburg.Tly : .
mitts has S S S ;

hat he plans Clearwater -- Tiinl of the Clearwater Jolin LothticfeSi vest Florida, St Peter bu"C'" Rum In plctiir. hi fiesta market secession suit In which a mer-like climate Li at'-a.HIM a afternoon and evening for tho ell'c. "
PLiCnSBUna:; : ria.-When the 0
co-opera of property owners In theastern quarter million winter vnentlonlnta ailment cf the Sunshine City
group ir.cicurv has tumbled down to zero hulling from the width and breaath guests Patadra. and pageants arc
foil \ producers of section of the city are
and winds of the land, vncntloi..sU who stay held through the gay winter noisc-n ,
: art .C arc howling through
.
avi* his here at a seeking: to have their land removed from December to May Many go Infer topped off by the annual Festival of I F
his age u poultrymen from the city limits, has been Ucseited streets of the northern the invigorating and health glv States celebration hinting one whop ,
counties. In set for Aprl: 29. The case was I incumonla belt. the sun Is shining Ing sun bathing fad, first originated week, beginning! with March 18 I'or
I
Ind, a gas two counties continued recently upon motion of every dny hero upon scenes in direct In\ this Sun'hlne City, by social leaders Innumerable and unusual sport(
"' to be Seminole the landowners' attorneys despite contrast existing In the snow blankclcd three years ago, and Since widely tournament are on the winter calendar I
f copied throughout the country bj event that nffoid recreation lot
Includ- ,
''I'e t were strong protests from attorneys! temperate zone St Petersburg/
reaorts The eleventh annual nor
other scores. c-
[ barges poJI : I : !II representing the city. This will be oathlng beaches ore teeming with Outdoor recreation of every no- shoe tourney for tho world'. chant- I
Unions' with : I the third trial of the case, two 0then t..ouaanrla of bathers dally gathered juie is pursued by the army of plonnhlp tn -which Lhlll nRtlon's boa I
It t 'he I arrange actions resulting In deadlocked from every state in the union and sOJourners who favor golf, tennis, compete, I 18 scheduled for February 4
a to be, Juries The case wan again: set "i-vniv Canadian province winter vinits winter baseball, lawn bowling, horse- The International Lawn Bowline-;:
,j' Key West and April were today at a sounding of the c'vll' .. who have sought out this haven back riding rogue, horse.,boo pitch- tournament and National Roque moat
.J) Travel of chamber of docket for circuit court of this: dis of re'Irf!! from the colds and chills lni/ archery, trap hooting, fishing, both start February 11.
local otganl- ,ava.lant less than thirty-six hours salt and troth water bathing yachting Seventeen golf tourneys ate elate; ,
he purpose trict. !,TT" end snlllnfl, and even outdoor for February and early March whit)"
; held here. --
went of the 8ted upon a little p nlifulaipoi. ch' ritcra nnd chess the only! horse thaw in the state will I
fay. has Florida n- ........................ *..e dull tutu golf tonal ol south- Open air band concert are played be held hore JUich" 18-20.
ormer Key i be held Mar. e

nember of Horticul : NEJV RIVER :

ordlng to 9 to 11. Miss lassie| Ha pp. Cur .
The br le.ne.aro.r rnsejorfoH.1 I
ihc slogan, United States t)4...NOw t e.. .tlHNO.... II I

Korth Walsh, noted Mrs. M F. Wiggins has been on I

.lung the will speak at the sick lint but we are glad to : I

tated [ : to report she Is improving rapidly tdr
S !! of Rol Mr and Mrs. P. II. Crews and I' ,

St .l'L'n the final week children of Lake Butler, were visiting ,

fitment has management his parents Sunday afteinoon. I
Alarlon and Walsh's sub- Prof. L. W. Hlggs was transacting -

management torical sites of Pub- afternoon business in Starke Saturday II I r


Historical ; hundred and Me KrB. O. W. Sapp and children !
been added I
ment and 'E. A. Sapp and SOil, Dempsey I
hah been ( of the Uni- Andrew and Hassle Hhoden and J.
since the start In the
unit or. K Crews were visiting
a on Jan- Brooker section Sunday

St raises the Kev. Clarke of Waldo, filled his
rind fishing : to more appointment here Sunday afternoon Ire
of the new
time but to .
outside of Derk cloned the revival ,
.l i .-use of Kev L. J y
'other 1 point rep- : meeting Friday night after 1,' 'h the ofIVT. Cite t i
Brazil. ih
aver"> the Paulo, a fine week of success. lie reported > economy
Lioni Tho quite a number of conversions TT I
on it .' City a town" of I verybndy enjoyed hits services 1) J TTT .T -__ _
Its I IO IO Iw
vatik Ml and :> j
history of po- Butler,
Lake
,>m (for each Mrs It. B. Kerse of
when a lone here
S has been spending a few days
,' : Into a cafe with her sister, Mrs. C. C, Wynn I
I Margaret ordered ,I and attending the revival meetings I

lo-f, !the Florida firing on : JI/ ; r yt I
wound- Morris- I
negro Andrews of
)'.cars ago M'ss! Veda t
robbed the Mr\ M.
her sister
wrote ber ) \ ton U visiting;; I
Grim Reaper and escaped Wiggins..
to recover. Johns were
however. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L.

k.-pt,. It has C.S I'oppell' of transacting afternoon.business In Lawtey
death came Friday
bill president Mi-. C. C. Cowart was transacting -
River Old Fri"
business In Jacksonville .
at the annual
Fort held day.Our after ,
Friday
new bureau : ) school closed traffic conditions today demand six,
association is eight months. Mr. and Mrs. L. W.Hlgga CROWDED cylindcr
growers In who first set- teachers. -with its I O
the state is : : were greater flexibility, greater

that place by an River were sec- Hev.at S New. S. Procter River!, church will hold SundaY services reserve power, highej- speed and swifter acceleration.

H bureau E. Kellar.of other officers, at 11 o'clock Everbody Is invitedto And now-for the first time in commercial car historythis -
were
was! to begin speakers : come will be Sunday school at desirable six-cylinder performance has been madeimr.

will be one \ a- There. ment thr New River school house everyday Wy. eco nomy U& 1011 e tor th e new six- Brand new fresh >I"
who has ,
county, state S In Colorado,, and bring 10:00: someone a. m. Everybody with you come cylinder Chevrolet trucks are not only ofFercd in the firsts. Sold with I', ,;

Clearwater upon arrival Don't forget prayer meeting at price range of the four-but they are as economical to
Vice Presi Wednesday. Ev- Goodyear Service I ;
for two state stating that the school house Invitation to come. operate as their famous four-cylinder predecessors! Both

held here In about the ery has an .- the Light Delivery and the IVfc Ton Utility Chassis are guarantee. \, .'
made at a to Itllan National Expo-
going -
Tampa
commerce was made sition building being prepared for available with an unusually wide selection of body types Made with SUPER- : i !

zation Greenlees South Florida. Fair to be held Jan- -and among them is one exactly suited to your require the "
The meetlngs! trip to 29th to February 9th TWIST, sensa-
gineering uary Leesburg Store building on ments. Come in today. We'll gladly arrange a trial load tional cord ..

cultural H to 1 $ and West Main Street rapidly nearIng demonstration-load the truck as you would load it, and new :
worker fabric that insures
completion.
I drive it over the roads truck
S of the state Press dispatches announce the your must travel in a regu.larday's ..
Barlow March 10 for sites for manufacture and Bales of work. extra miles.Hitch's .

noted of the Stutz-Bellanca airplanes as Bridgeport ., -
heart He Social' Florida. ,. j
fruit to less of to Harry, Conn.Stutz and former Orlando manufacturerof Sedan: Delivery $393; Light Delivery Chassis $400; U$ Ton Chassis, $545; rj;$ Ton J1

Now York, so the confer automobiles is president of the J Chassis wltb Cab, $650. All price f. o. b. factory, Flint Mich. !

tie orange each I formed and is
for being
new company "'
and Harvey to be a resident of Winter Park, Flor- Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Co. Service Station ;qtr;

that the by a num- ida. The board of directors will tt,
grove would ons of the Include prominent men of Connecticut -
Starke
children it will be the New York and Florida FloridaA STAHKK, FLORIDAfHDV. 9 i'

S and the Bridgeport factory will begin .

ihurch monkey Jacksonville, local S ship- operations to latest reports.Immediately according SIX IN: THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR e


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.i '! i JI( Jr'; 5 ocictyA! it I BROOKER, 1 1MI' r I urday.were Among to shopping business.those'Starke who Starke' were last last attending Tuesday Sat- the interesting occasion.PRKSHYTKItLVN program. appropriate' I filed.and--County Report-January-agent-of 1929.-jail filed) inspei-in report, HW flf




Brink ley Hayes were: Mr. A. L. Sullivan, Miss teen clubs organized ; 1i1!) '
was tranaI Mr. Tom Markey and G. I). Col- 10 a. m. Sunday. school, J. M. ,, "Is
:lUnoJ\I.I'! ': AT"WOMAN'S I \%'.\I.h TillS I acting business here last week. Ida Hagan, Mr. T. n. Trlest Mr. Truby made to farmers, and othui!! II ,,,I,
WAY son supt.
PltKHK.Vlt.; > spent Monday afternoon at C. done during month. '
: Sullivan
.; __ : C'M'IIThe I -- Mr. G.V.. Hazen- spent several Earlton fishing.Mr. I Mr. Russell and Green Mr. A. Kelsey. 11 a. m. Morning,'worship! sermon Mr. Nettles of Calnesvlll
I and .
Miss
Lor- Ai., ,
One
of
... ; : muslcule preneiited by the the snappiest musical days In Miami last week. B. M. Hazen, Prof. Laird A. [lena Green of Brooker and Miss by the pastor. Text "Lord, by Is connected with the Pun ,I ,,.
.'" 1 comedlea:: ever Keen in thla city Mr. Lewis Shriver n. Surrency Hilda:: Sullivan were. These Things Men Live." of Florida, and supervising ,.
,; music department of the Woman's was transact Q. Water, Amos visiting Mr. ,. I

... ., ._ Club with Mrs. I). E. Knight was 'Valk.Thla Way," presented ing business In Starke last Tues- Grimes Wade Harrell. O. W. Barry /Davidfoore! last Sunday 'evening. 6:30: p. m.Christian Endeavor. the ty agricultural board that after agents, uta: >: I.,'I,
Tuesday night at the Mrs. M.V.. Lee of Leetona a coin.. .,
high has
chairman at the Woman's Club. school and M. Harrell Topic "How to Become: a Chris- '?0
day.Mr. were all attend- with Dr. Knnpij.
been state
: :tt auditorium L. visiting her brother, Mr. D. vett"H> ,
by the I.. ";;I
Woman'H Morgan
Friday evening, was Club ; was transact "
a delightful
ing to business tian. Leader Miss Guasle he promised!
in J. Mae that
Starke last Phillips, while a permit
here i I" ,
comm'ttea
affair beIng enjoyed by a large ( : In charge of Mrs. It. A. ing business In Lawtey last Tues I she was duaLs .
Monday. helping him Bennett. hogs!' would be
I gather his given ,
r4 audience despite (the unfavorable Weeka with an unusually well- day. btrawber- III.,,
'( weather. A nice sum was realized choHen cast of characters, working n.... Earl Roberts and Miss Flor- Mr. Lewis Shrlver was a business -''In rles. She returned to her home 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, county The board agent; at once.

: : from the sliver offering. together under the able directionof once Andrews of Starke were vis visitor to Starke last Monday. Leetona last Tuesday.Mr. service of song, and sermon. took out addition, .
,:.",::':j'J ; The program. was as follows: Miss Arrle Morton. iting here. last Thursday. Mr. Howling of Starke was J. P. Dickinson was a busi-! Prayer' meeting Wednesday at siranee! on the county jail
i': ..(' transacting ness visitor to Hampton last Moii- 1'no: n.. rnA Tax Assessor E. W. lIaye ,.
:: ;\.:, Sopranos. : Airs. 1C. J. Davis Mrs. Particularly attractive were the We all hope that the weather. business here last Mon- tad -
{.t.. .. .; George fl. Flynn, Mrs. J. W. Andrews choruseR. and! fashion show. the will stay favorable. na the mnnv I day.A day afternoon. ccrdlal Invitation to all our new tile; board" to consider ha'\ I ... d ,. I
''N; Z5, *1 5., 1Ilrs. J. L. Plckerfll, personnel of which wan '!l08ell farmers around. 1 here have had large number were delightful The wind and rain storm we had services extended to all. Elliott-Fisher book ma* I,,"m
; .I T Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. E. L. from among the city's prettiest their truck crops such as beans ly entertained at U party given at here the first of the week did con- -_. for the tax assessor's offl< "i- 1111',', ,
dnmrels.. the home of )\ siderable damage to the llAp'riSTSunday old machine being out of I" ,d i, '
Higga: Mrs. J. 8. flutler.A Accompaniments were cucumbers. squash| watermelonand Mrs. T. P. Ward last young "
A Contraltos: Miss, Florence Matthews played by Mrs. Hugh L. Hrownlee etc, planted for several weeks Saturday night. A large numberof tomato and bean plants, but we The matter was laid over tint i nw'
.M s Mian Fredrlka Struth, Miss Jr., and Mr. Paul Knight. a lid they are beginning to house games were played and hope they will grow up again/ and school at 10 a. m. Let first Monday !in April, 1929! ;

; ., Blanche Alderman, Miss Ethel; Principals and minor charactersexhibited from under ground. The Irish creep- enjoyed by all. Misses Stelltnae make healthy plants and produce. ua increase attendance now that There being no further biiM I'' "i

q t. Griffin, Mrs. D. E. Knight: Mrs. E. unusual histrionic. talent crop Is not so large as those potato and )Florence. Ward' acted as hostess lots of fruit. families are improving; In health. the board adjourned ntll th'. > u : (

M. Itooks. and evidence of the work put of the past year, but nearly all of and guest Inviter. C Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. meeting, which will be h..11I. l ) > ,
.I, Teriors' Mr. ,Into, the play by the which Miss Hilda( Sullivan of .... .I m. !first Monday In April, 19"" (
: S. E. ultch. Mr. I cast and by are planted are already up. Therea- ..........
c John Powell, Mr. Wesley Stearna. the director Miss Horton, was As for the beans, they are not sa; Tressle Denmark of Jacksonville Junior B. Y. P. U. at 6:30:: p. m., O. W. Alderman ('I". i ; (;

Basses: Mr. Telfalr Long, Mr. given by the smoothness with Quite so large of the past your and Miss Clara Dell Dukes of : Rising : I Mrs. Raymond leader.Midweek GainesvilleOperatlom.p '

''i A:::. M Owen Grlfllu. which the, scenes unfolded, up to and they are only beginning to Cross City: Messrs. T. Denmark, .. Mists| Iris McRao, Cor. service, Wednesday, ed at Alachua Tung Oil Comp u i. ,,,?.
& Accompanist: Mrs. E. K. Perry- the climax, when, with principalsand show their bud. The cucumbers. of Jacksonville! Carl Sapp of RlaInir. 4 j 7:30: p. m.MelbourneLocal. production nlntit (
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man. chorus on the n'nire.: the final are about thA !la.mA.. .n.. thno. .., ,1... _, and David Moore of ThereRBU. airport formally Arcadia "
---- -- .mug UL I "': DeSoto county i ," .
l'roJtrnln-I'ul't Olle curtain marked a successful close past year. and so are the water- were visiting guests at this party. I The most enjoyable event of opened. house will be beautified. 'i
I Chorus De Coppah Moon-. toValk This Way." melons. The crowd departed at about 11 the season was held Tuesday night .

q A'I'I Shelly. The program given .was as follows Mr. Lyon Crosby was attending o'clock with everyone reportinga at the home of Mr. and Mrs II. M. CommissionersHold 1 NOT!CM :

,, J Violin solo-Cavatlna-J. Raft, : to business In Starke last Friday. nice and enjoyable evening.Mr. McRae In honor of their son Ba- f

.# .i p Owen Grinin. Miss Ethel Griffin,, Time-The Present. Mr. Clyde Crews of Lake But I. L. Eubanks spent the sil's twenty-first birthday. The SessionThe In In and the fur Court Bradford of the County Countj St.n I ',... .'
accompanist. Place-New York City. ler, was transacting business here week-end here with his wife and dining room was beautifully deco- 1 Idoriila.IN 21
I Voice-(a) Oh Fair, Oh Sweet. Prologue-Out of School. last Friday children. rated with shell pink'radiance and OK TJIK' MATTER OF THE EM'ij, .:

t and 1I0IY-Cantor. 'Act I.-Fashion Shop. We are all sorry to hear of the Please remember n. Y. P. U. Marechal Nell roses. About 35 board of county commls- N. T. Hitch, also known an N' I

': : 1 (b) Lassie O'Mine-Bowles- Act II.-Fashion Shop. report that Miss Laura Newell, a every Sunday night at 7 04c1ock.Jo young boys and girls were present, s'oners of Bradford county. Florida T. Bitch Deceased., l.c

''k John Powell. Act III.-Style Review. member of the school faculty was veryone come. The Brotherhood and after playing many amusingand met In regular. session Mon- TO all creditors legatees ,\1,_

: Piano solo: Four Impromptus. AccompanIst-Mr. Paul Knight. recently taken ill, and glad to report members of Gainesville' will be interesting' games the guests day, March 4, 1929 at 10 o'clocka. claims trihuteeH or, and demands all persons against I .tun I
; Schubert-Paul Knight. Orchestra: Owen Griffin, Sanford she Is able to be back again. present next 3rd Sunday night and were called into the d'nlng room m... with all members present. as eHtate:! TIUI

.1 k Part Two Hitch, Nolan Canova, Paul Knight. Mr. Lyon and Hugh Butler everyone Is welcome to come and where delicious refreshments were follows: J. G. Crews, chairman j. notified You. and and each required or you to are hel', II' I,

4- Chorus-O Lovely Night-Of- Cast of characters: Rosle, Miss Crosby are spending the week in enjoy the talks. served. At a late hour the friends L. Underbill O. W. Hlnson, Drew claims and demand which present you" 'i'iv!>'r

4t, I fenbach. Mary Canova; Mabel, Miss Florence Greensborough, with friends and Miss Lorena Greene and Mr. took their departure, declaring Reddish and R. T. Osteen. either estate ot of you N. ,T.may have a alnx1, -n,
HITCH, .
: Dance specialty-Elizabeth An- Andrews; DIlly, Mr. Elmer relatives.Mr. Russell Greene were visiting In they had spent a wonderful eve- Minutes of last meeting read and said deceased being I !* Borm dsc." I",,I'"t. (III''

M ? drews. Accompanist, Miss Florence McMllllan; Mr. Jlggs/ Mr. Harold Tommy Hewitt of Lake But Theressa last Sunday. ning and wished young Mr. McRae approved.,) NELSON known and T. HITCH more fully, deKcrlhn c! u

1P1 Andrews SebrfngL; Mrs. Hlghtower, Miss ler, was transacting business here Mrs. Gld Crawford is spending many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Ed; Sllcox was taken off I County, Florida to late the of Hon llrudf,,, rd', 1
'. ..L Vocal solo-a! ( ) fhl-Selected! Claudia 1 r.llrhrlqt!; Mrs. In tarn. last Wrltv some time In North Carolina with Mr Arthur and Wesley McRae pauper roll., she hnvtncp moved OUt George A. Gardiner, County ,!"'.'IIf.

: -Mrs. J. s. iiuuer. Miss| Leola Stanford; Mary Carter \ M.... Lewis Shrlver was transacting her son, Mr. Earl Crawford.Mr. were visiting in Jacksonville Sun- of county. of the Hradfrard County Courthouse County, Ht lila In out si:

.4 1k.; j r Male quartette (a) Sweet Genevieve Miss Elizabeth: Andrews; Gertrude business in Starke last Fri Allen Green and'son Leslie. day. II. J. Alderman asked that county Hi months'ad ford from County the, l
p. If -Tucker; (b) Silvia Gotrox, Mrs. H. C. Wall; Mr. day. attended church at New Hope last Sheriff Epperson was transact- build acsttle guard 1 on Melrose publlr-atlon hereof.date All of claim th<' M", ,id It;

l i :: :' Speaks- .Messrs. John Powell, Harry Coyne, !Mr. Joseph !Malpas; Representative O. W. Hazen left Sunday. 'ng business In this section Wed- road leading/ out of Bradford into time demiindn" and not In presented within" 'i''11' ; 1'1 1'/1/ ,

,. l ; Wesley Stearns, Owen Clrlflln and Peggy/ Miss! Virginia Weeks; Mrs. Tuesday for Miami where he was Mr. an I 1.1|i '
:: i3 Teltalr Long Mrs. E. K. Perry- Jlggs/ Mrs. )Fred Sapp; Jlmmle the guest! of (the City of Miami for Mrs. Rube Drlggers! attended Mr. Lester and Floyd Crosby and bond trustees. by Dated In w. ,
March
... .., k man, accompanist. Mr. Nolan Canova, Jr. for five days. church Dedan,lust Sunday.Mr. cousin, Lois Newman attended a Henry Raulernon placed upon TIIK f ATLANTIC!8,NATIONAL A. n., 1929 1 IM\\\J K I )It
,: ': Closing chorus-Old Kentucky Girls of the Ensemble: : Eloise: Mrs. lieU Thomas, who has Henry, Iljown Clyde Kelley paity) at the home of Miss Florene" [pauper roll at $5.00 per month. OK JAfKSONVILl, : =/ !*. AH I Kvof beiml

; Home--Foster.SIKH. Hitch, Annie Mae Pearce, l EvaMareot ; been occupying the Malphers home and Lonnle parkei' were visiting{ Ward at Brooker Saturday night. Bill of Quigley and( Davis for N.el't the. Hitch 1.IINtVIII also I i and known Tcstum a-. :. -

: te, Kstelle Kendrick, Thel- has moved to the home of Mr. L. In Lacrosse last Sunday afternoon. Miss! Iris McRae was visiting at porch and screens for county Jail son T. Hitch.( .
iii.: '. DKMOICKHTKNTKIITAINH :: : ma Andrews Leila Den Andrews, R. Galney.Mr. Misses Vivian und Doris So well, the home of Misses Elva and Verda $185.47 approved. I 2-8-9t-B-3.. Dy Its\V. Vice O. HOOXI I'r. 1 >.

t :, f..lG. '.p I : : I LoU! Colley. Dora Manning. Gerald Ailklna spent the of Lacrosse, attended B. Y. P. U. lIarnaA, _n, ___.._ _SII.uln...."._v. nn motion and seconded' and III:1

: i OuIJa chorus: Lois AdkIns, Lois week-end In I Hampton with friends hero last Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Wildwood by unanimous vote of (the bourd 10'l'It'l'l: OK FI\\I, Disfit I IK.I;
.I. Mrs. It. F. Demurest wan the : Long:, Marjorie Stump, !Maria I and( relatives. Mr. I D. L. Polg was visiting in I were visiting their! niece. the addition( to jail! wall acceptedas I ::

w. charming hostess to the afternoon Weeks, Dorothy Hitch MarthaPowell Mi. and Mrs. J. Morgan! ; and Waldo last Monday. Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sunday. having been bulk( Recording, tocontract Sixty; (the cliiyn. lot after duy. date her. i iovlt h,,,
of
May, I I'1'
:. '1 bridge! club Friday ut her home. Mildred Hundley I I Geraldlne lion Clarence were transacting M.-. M. I'. Mutheny was v'sltlng: We lire very sorry to say that to the best of their *ability the; imdfrdlsrne'l:': ; Kxecutrlx 01, Ie II I

'l II The, guests spent an enjoyable afternoon Johns, Fenella Snyder Dorothy business In Starke last Saturday. In Starke last Tuesday., little Luciau Carries happened to to judge,) same. tll'l.iiHl'If of AVIII JameH and TeKlnment I'. 1'hllllps,of do th. I and

playing auction bridge In Sapp, Mary Peurce, Kitty M..,. Wall' Crews of Waldo, who Mr. Charlie Lltchileld and Char- an accident last Friday" mornIng. On motion and seconded and by will present my voucher ant, i i i 1 II'I
'i .'.& ? the living room which was male( Hogned. has been spending!; some time herewith lie Prescott were transacting business when he fell from .the wagon and unanimous vote the clerk was ordered ((nccnttnt hi! rd t ner I ,to County the Honorable I JUIK"J (Ui" \' I til'l
of Hrnili
attractive by the pleasing, arrangement Specialties: Ht'adlng-MIKR| Lucille : friends and relatives, retimv In Starke last Monday. broke his leg, but we are very glad to publish notice In reference County' Klorlda, and ask r for hi--" i, Sin'
: of radiance roses. and sweet Mitchell;; "A )Few Minutes of ('(1! home last Saturday. !Messrs. Carl Sapp, Lola New- to say that he Is resting fine at I I to special legislation for 1 E proval a f'I'lItrlx.and my discharge a*> *; '

.;..:. pens In pusel shades. Koollnhnrffs"! !Mr. Nat Sternberg; Mr. and !Mrs. E. M. I Hnzen were mans, Floyd( and\ Lester Crosby of the tiiAe of this writing. Bradford county. Florida, a copy This 1st day of March 1921.! )H Iligao.in!
.. I Jt 4p Toasted nuts were served on tile Accompanist. Mrs. 1 Hugh L. attending to business: In Waldo Rising, were visiting: here !SaturdaY : -/ Mrs. Anne Crawford spent the j of which notice is entered Into LOU ANNA ClHIFFlt-' slllt

.-. : tJ tables! during the games, at the I IIrownlee. J.... lallt Saturday.! nleht. day with her niillioiMm. .. rj.. W.. the minutes na follows: 3lt426. Kxe.. II"i i t !: ,
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I conclusion ui vmuu nra. A. ?. ....- Boys of the I'nsembleIurrah: : Mr. and Mrs. M. 1". Hazen of Mr. and 1Irll.ade narreu aim Barney Monday. :Notice of Intention to, Apply' for I I'.;!

1 k.'na!' received as high prize a lovely Rooks, Klmer: McMillan Carlyle Hawthorne pent Siuidny; herewith Miss Geneva Harrell were biisInenH, : OI-ST- C "SM| >(''iiil l/osMjitlon/ for Itriul- ( U
; basket filled, with sweet peas. Mrs.J. Hitch, Owen Clrillin. Lester Price'' friends, and relatives. visitors to Gainesville Friday.Mr. FOR ALL-ALL FOR CHItin ford ('",".t 3., FloHcla. 4Ii11)'loll )

L. Frazee making second, was Robinson George Raymond. Mr.! and Mrs. Clarence Strick- II. P. Galney was transacting Notice la hereby given to al FLORIDATheatre )
A
______. j given a work basket. School kid,,: Nlta Torruella) Julian land of Lacrosse spent Sunday business In Starke last Tues- mWJJtrJ--Y} : bf d whom It may concern that the tin ball
A salad course was served to (the Clrlflls, Mildred Thlgpcu, Mu- here with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ha- day.I I dersfgned 1 will have ilret1920>
;' following: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, !Airs.J Kay Johnsoii.M zen. Miss Gertie Denmark left Sunday I ".-..........,........011.".".'.. ......II''* I8to I request the passage\ of prepared Special. Leg am/: GAINESVILLE 1 I

L>. Jo'razeeIra.. O. L. Ilaynea, usicii I :Niinil>.'rN-Proli>jjiii' Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney and i to visit her grandfather at BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER I Islatlon for the county of Brad. GraJgood I

Mrs. J. C. HobltiHon lIIrs. J. A.. School. nIlY8--Ensemble.Otilja daughter. l.oIR.I.! ... and, Mrs. R. M. Ralford. ford. State of Florida at the regular

Saul, Mrs. W. H. Parks Msr.. C. A. Mine---Spoeks. Calney were visiting In Jacksonville Mitten lo'lol'l'ne'ard, Josephine What ia new every morning? session! of the legislature' of I'llOGIlAMH. AVKKK CO I. \ baa I Itel

,.. Knight Mrs. N. Waluwrlght, Time Will Tell-Mary, Jlmmle, lust Sunday. Chesaer and Lubedla Piuholster Answer readJohn 17:6-9.: ) (the State of Florda: In 1929, a bill %nS'nSH: 5I.IU'flhitu'> ', .
., Mrs. E. BurnS Mrs. S. L... Peek and Hilly and Peggy..Ut Among throes (from here. attending sPEnt' Sunday In Lacrosse. .J........ Dethrone J TIit' Drill J to legalize ratify and confirm an' haul

: c :Miss Mabel Weller. I church at New I Hope lastSnu- The Brooker baseball boys will Matthew 1:10,11.: Then salth' and l all acts and doings of thr 1'IION TUESDAY forit J

r i' llltllKii-: PAIITYKVKNT---:-: -OF I'mVlhtI About Jrarr'yOpennJ day were Mr. II. P. (Jalney. Mr. soon be ready ffor tliS hard. struggle -' Jesus unto him, Get then hence Hoard of County Commissioners of Y lad

1, lrt TIIU'ISU.SHiIl'r) : ensemble. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan, and son, to win In whlC'h. we- hope they /Satan; for It la written Thou shalt Bradford, County Florida" In re- Paramount's Synehronlzi. i II) ''II'K

,, ___ Twoet-Tweet-l\Iabelalltl chor Clarence, and Mra. II. (Ga'ney.! will succeed, thin, coming summer. .worship.. the. Lord thy God, and cards fix the bui lid iyi nP- nn-- n/l/ll'I Production of !I t
_ ; I A delightful nffulf of (his.. week'i' us. Mrs. H. Gulney spent several -- I mm oniy snail thou serve. 11. tlon to and repair of the; county; ;; "REDSKIN"Starring 1 Fin

_ waa a bridge party given to the'r' Just Imagine-Rill and Mary. days of last week at Dukes visit- :...................... Then the devil leaveth him and ja'l In Starke. Bradford county.
I club by Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad-i.ps l Kiss In The Dark) -David Moore.I'm ing friends and relatives. [ behold l. angels: came and mlnlsteret' Florida, and to legalize: ratify and ()II I( S.W"st.\
1
i .f klna at their home on Walnut on the Crest of a WaveIlllly MI' Ressle Coition and I D. J. : TIIERES&AMis : unto him. confirm the contracting therefor. I RICHARD DIXI'l1togI.aln'01 "

.. ', '.. :, streE't.CalendulaR. Peggy and, chorus. Molt parsed through Dukes last: : Rluxlu Kri (ler, Cor. .I John 12:31: 32. Now Is the by said Bonrd of County Commlsslonera 111 Twlmlcnloi. towull'ast.Brad,
Time After Tlrna-.Jlmmlo.Ooodhye Sunday.. | judgment of this world shall with J. Plus .
: r-; and sweet JIl.'as In- _....._ ; now T. Quigley and
-'Yl termlngled; with fern, formed the -Mary.. Mr. H. P. Galney and daughters,, -YVVVVV..-.-.....-..-.-.-....- ." the prince of this world be cast \j. A.. Davis rn-nnrlnom rlrHriir' :\Ju\'lc'hll..' "Talk lair V<'\"' ," t t'no

j; : artistic decorations In the large Twinkle In Your Eye-Mary, Pearl and Vera, were visiting at Miss Ida lingua Mr. James out. 32. And I. It I be lifted up business as Quigley and( Davis) on Also (I l'E'ISI

t rooms opening ennulte where. several Peggy and chorus.. Luke Butler last Sunday. Trlest, Tobble Brown Jimmie from the earth, will draw all men January 7th, A. D. 192!), and to "Our (;IIIIK" in "Holy Trrrtki' '' I 411:1\1. :

; -:. tables were placed for bridge. .\( t II Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney! Swindell, !Mr and Mrs. Claude May unto me.Prayer. I, legalize ratify and confirm. the Is- I. -::)(,_:llnl"I! .!.! (:"' and :Night;; i 10'WE '
I After several Interesting games I Might He Your Once In a of \Vlllislon spent Sunday herewith were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. : 0 Lord undertake for sua nee of certificates on Indebtedness % W

'fr; It was found that Mr. and Mrs. While-Coyne and chorus. friends and relatives. H. 1>. May on the evening of Feb. me. In the sum of $4000.00 which '

'., C. A. Knight held high for the Iteautlful. 'llces-HOIlle and Mr. and l Mrs.! Fred Hazen of 28th, listening to the fight over S have heretofore or may hereafter INESDAYUniversal's I''' .1 I _
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evening and were presented with chorus. Gainesville, spent Sunday here the radio. METHODIST be l Issued by the said board of all talking 1'1111 0uwmulti

a deck of cards and shoulder bou Gingham Clown-Peggy, Hilly with relatives. Mr. D. W. Moore was In Starke county commissioners of Bradford "T'''': (;mi. ov Tin U\IUil';I ''IflTh)
"...' lust and chorus. Mr.. Warner Moll and children, on bus'neKS: last Friday. Sunday school Sunday morningat county, Florida" under and by virtue Co-Starring 'VIt' ,
The hosten assisted by Miss Ila- Itllly--Peggy and Chorus. of Hague station, spent Sunday Miss Hilda Sullivan spent the 10:00: o'clock, E. K. Perryman, of said contract. H.IIXV ()':' lon.: .mix 1il'IiS': '
Too IJusy--Peggy and !Mrs. here with friends and\ ) relatives, Board. 1
of
eel Adklns, nerved a sulnd, course week-end In Hrooker with herfrll.'nd. supt.Worship County Commission JIOI/T ,
.Jlggs.When. Miss Hilda Sullivan of Theres- Sunday at 11:00: a. m. ers of Bradford : .1.0[ :
Miss Lorena Ph
with hot chocolate and whippedcream. Greene. and, 7:30 County, Florid: usEiIlY ,
You Wear The Rail and lilt, spent the week-end here with Miss Rhnda Zeigler spent the p. m.. Dy- J. n. CrpwI-- ...,. .Ita ..1.0'__'__ (' : ;\ > !11.1'10 1\\: ''' (ilia.ltel)
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Chain--JlggH and chorus. Misses Ozena and Loreim Green. week-end In Junior League Sunday afternoon -)|I This March Ith, A. : Malliim ._ "<> .
: Those playing were: Mr. and Hampton with Miss 1>., 1929. nmlMalif: I S- <
If You Look In Her ; Mr. David Moore. r at 2:00: o'clock, Miss Fred- '11m,
\. Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and !Mrs. : Joyell-\Iary.! of Theressa June Adk'n8. rlka Attest: ,

I j ;,,? II. F. Demori'Bt, Mr. and !Mrs. J. Coyne and chorus. night.was visiting here last Saturday Miss Thelma Sullivan\ who lan I Sen'or Struth League supt Sunday (1.V.. Alderman Clerk. THURSDAYFRIDAY"WEARY L.e
'q1 C. Robinson. Mr. anil !Mrs. O. L.Deasley .Ut 1111IE'loved.lIlary I member of the Hampton school evening Mra. Dora Sullivan was placed
t at 6:45
and\ Mr. and Mrs. : o'clock.Midweek I"1' S.'
3 Jimmy Denmark and faculty upon the mothers
Dr. and Mrs. J. Mack. spent the week-end here 1 pension list at RIVER"
chorus. daughters, Gertlo and Treasle. and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.j i devotion\ Wednesday I $7.00 per month and Mrs.. Myrtle .\ Pli-wt :' i"I 'SUI
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'IR$. NAT HTKHMIKIM1AT : I Can't Give You Anything Hut son Thomas of Jacksonville, are L. Sullivan. (evening .at 7:30: o'clock. Priest was placed ntlonul'Ullllllo) "
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: JIOMi: : :MONDAY Love--Illlly. Peggy/ and chorus. visiting friend and relatives here. Mrs. Johnnie Jones S I list at $10.SO mothers'pension with TalkliiK/ H(-<]iini i"V .11 f
arrived here I l'UK\.IISH
.t. t. U.'anl. KIKlle'l-Chnrlll._ n__ ..., Mr.. Old Crawford of Lake Butler from Miami last SAXTOV County JUdge filed per month. StarringniiTiiKiMiss \ Cd
'A Friday night to hilt report of )tU'U.\HU)
Mrs. Nat Sternherg was at nome Finale." spent Saturday night here with vls.t: her brother convictions. : I m... .1
Mr. U. Preaching
J. Phil services will be
% to her friends from four o'clock! p his children., held PlusCOLLEGIANS
Inspector
afternoon W. :M. l'. TO( I MOM) IL.\LI.Y !Mrs. lips. at Saxton church next Sunday afternoon -I of marks and brands I ; NEi.1) 1.\
till six o'clock Chesley "
_ Monday Fogg and daugh Mr. filed 0 S
C. A. Youngblood reports for
was 3 o'clock December. ';
a by Rev. 1928. ; :
I at her attractive new homo on tore, Lillian and Lecy, and Mrs. business visitor J. D. Matinee and :Night l I.V": '" 1\0 I.
Walnut street. W. M. U. of Now River Association Witxdln of Graham, were visiting to Starke last Jamison of Lawtey. A cordial! invitation c- _-- Er'II h,
ij7 !March 12, 102:!!), will Saturday. Is extended to the public.
Floor baskets, convene our n. Y. P. U. '
_ filled with dogwood last t Sunday n'ght.! Mr. H. M. Hersey! and SATURDAYCornell fOI
with Pine Orove son Clyde, 5----
_ ;YL 1F bowls and vases of sweet 10 a. m. Address church.of Rev. J. I.. NorrU of Lacrosse, were shopping in Starke last Sat- IUPTIST. .M. S. :MKKTH' : : Say it with Flowers l \ tpIII

_ : peas, roses'" calendula and other ,.... welcomeMrs. -- filled bin regular,. appointment here urday. Woolrlch'a Story th nter.
C. Carr.
bright hued spring flowers were I Response Mrs. last Sunday. Mrs. Ben Powell and children Circle No. 1, Mrs. J. M. Brown- Flowers For All won the $10,000 College Hum .1 II & j
W.
J. :
v effectively\ arranged.,; t throughout Epperson. Mr. Curl Sapp of Rising, lee, leader
:lt 10:15: evoltlonal-Mra. was and, Mrs. II. E. Moorer of Putnam meets at the home of Prize"t'hIILltiJN
__ ___ __ 'I living room, solarium and dining Mays. F. It. visiting here last Saturday night. Hall were visiting their parents Mrs.V.. J. Epperson, Monday afternnntt Occasions :: OF TIn: itI1'7A "
'ci room of this lovely home of true 10:30: Inspirational) Mrs. Lyon Crosby who hag been bere Sunday, i nt :3 I o'clock. )First National Vltaphone f'' SAL

English type. from all W. M. S. addresses upending some time in <1 ureensnor- Miss Mamie Bender of Orange Circle No. 11, Mrs. (I. P. flaynrnmnl Gertrude ture with talking sequent 'I' :{Se
T secretaries.
t I IUic tying the card ought with friends God
of the and relatives bey
guest ,
11:00 Address Heights, has been visiting) friends leader meets at the home Co-starring '10S.I.
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Mrs
A h- at the door were Lillian Stern- Moon of returned home last Sunday. of :Mrs. \V. L. I
.. Gainesville. and relatives here J Wall. :Monday after Anderson Dorothy :MncKnlll and Jm-k
berg and Martha Powell. M'BI Zulena Waters 3
4 r 13:00-1:30: : Lunch. was visit Mr. Bert Hlnson and Mr. VIv- noon at o'clock. :llnlhall
Mrs. lug In Ralford -
Sternberg In her last
gracious Sunday. Ian Saxon motored to Miami Circle No.3. Mrs. A. M. Plus .
1:30: I I Devotional Mlsn to Darby,
-- I Hazel
manner greeted her friends. Miss Lubedla Plnliolster' Phone 39
'c, ? who Underbill. spent spend a few days last week. They leader meets at the home of Mrs. Waldo, Flit. Comiily I'a m mount N I'\I11) I II pio
_ j were served by !Miss Monday night In .
Until Graham
Stern- with
Mrs. A.
M. I:>
went down Darby (
to the Monday .Matln( ;o "
1:45 see fight. afternoon :
: Address
Night
;ft -Mrs. J. F. Vagts Jones. ;
Miss ,
_ berg. Mary Canova. and Mlsa Those who at 3 o'clock.VKKK ___z- --.-- .
Harriet Rltch.L divisional, Young People's leader. Mr. G. \V. Hazen were In Starke at- .: --" ,,
and L. L. !Morgan '. '
!*. ;i, During the reception hours 2-15: Program by young peopleof were business tending! to business matters last \ : : OF '-- U -'.... i iiii1.-.m.. iiii .ii:ii IIII"mii; i;;. IU '
_ u5' delightful readings were rendered several Pine Grove church. Starke last Monday. visitors to Monday wer4: Mr. G. W. Hlnson, PRAYKK: OltsKRVKDThe : I' iijjj'jjj' "IIIUI.'III"lItrm".' ....,.'_..... _I. I ,rIme

( 'dl C !Mrs. Mr. H. D. May. Mr. A. 1... Sullivan, HAROLD m t"I.
: P. M.
Barefoot and Baptist W. C.
daugh- M.
Orlando
Contemplated Mr. D. W. observed the I WALL '
Moore 111 I. .
(Y.
expenditures ;
"Home" : Sullivan -
( Edgar ter. Inez
Guest) by Mrs.Lucille. : of Starke were visiting March week of
for city during 1929 totaled Mr. L. C. ZetI! Mr prayer by an all >t.
_ rrS44 O. Powell. lere last Thursday.Mr. r. William day nIon.
meeting
11.365.106. Hall and Mr. at the church Tues-
"The Kid". by Mills Clewlston and !Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Calvin Hall. dny. I INSURANCE .
c'f Mitchell, 10.GOO acres of ion Mrs.V.. E. Thoma, who Is
Everglades: Clarence were visiting: in a Dr. G. P. Raymond
( prepared for teacher In the conducted
pi) St. Patrick's motif was carried cane sugar Harks list Saturday Hampton public the meeting. Lunch ST.\RXF.. FLORID.l lee
., -J: out In Ice planting.: school spent last Monday was served at I Represents statioIbourn
course served the ladles Plans Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen night noon. the Heat
cat II11 made for new hospital in were at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. I LeadIng
Insurance
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K. luslnens visitors C. W
Walton county. to Starke last Hlnson. Wednesday evening at 7:30: FInE, ACCIDENT LIFE Companl, .

t tonday. Mr. and l\lrs. A. L. Sullivan i o'clock the Intermediate a, A.'. AUTOMODlLE, BOND. LIABILITY I' b bun.Int .
I and the Junior G A.'. rendered AD.ltTsnIEYTS SLIDE
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L ; __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARKK.
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spent Sunday la Milliard with relalives. -ISTATEC I uni\) \' collections ; --- --- ---- -
' OFC. III various purl. Airport Under) were driving with her toward

: -- -- !: IIf I the state and the Increasing tax Oculii I.'I"W Its Silver Springs

Bits oiLXil Mr. and !Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. BOARD AGAINST .vnslon," said tile governor. Consideration when (the accident occurred They I 4

''I"l and Mrs. Joe Hoover and Miss Ma- Detailed evidence relating toancli were rushed to Gainesville for first I

-I TAX CHANGES county and city aid. Later, the two Injured women -
bel Weller visited Jacksonville Sat- was presented -
.r urday. at I the meeting, lie so Icl. "There The city council met! March fith. were transferred here by am-

iJ"" 4 4eyjI : was", submitted\ us positive prooof In regular session with the followIng balance

II' J.. Sulphur Knight Itesolui tim {'rlC" ltecing| the financial Illness of many hll"mhel"llrl'spnt : C. )F. I Iloove X-rays revealed their back In-

II.I.I; mixture for dusting Jaws Intnt.Jacksonville counties and titles.\ )From the pointof chairman O.V.. Alderman, N.Sleornbt'rl. I in ries.

., Concerning Our People, Business and strwaberry plants. J. F.. Kickl'ter vew: of the stale wo already /.'. W. I.. Wall S (

Progress of the County and Town. March' 1 .---..\ resolution have proof that something In' seriously It!in litem' of the last meetings WII.VIIIKI: : : KKCOIUI: ,

I vI. Miss M'nnle: Gruber and Miss declaring the present form the matter, as for months were rend amId approved. ,
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I. Claudia Gllchrlst were guests of and system of state taxation past the Income of the state Itself The city attorney was requested( For week ending MarohS. 1929.

I II" ""c:20 5"2S'2S"2Q""c'cc'l ;; ;; ===............_____ friends over the week-end In Jack- "should be has been depleted at the rate of to draw up the necessary petitionto Kale Max 4
---- ==o -5SSS sonville.Mr. kept intnrt and not Mln. Precin. ,
1200,000 a montlL"Th4 be circulated, to ascertain If the
Feb. 26 : '
88
J. II. Hitch was business\ Mrs. JV altered or changed." 65 -
!l Mr was adoptedat
Andrews Jr., and governor; )believed) that by citizens were favorable to securing Fein 27 .
Lit or in Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. and Mrs. u meeting; of t the board of directors 86 04 .
E. L. R. W. Mills and the exercise
Biggs "of suitable
spent Tuesday in daughter of the Florida good Judgment /a sir port by the city. Feb. 28 78 7 68 h'_ i
Jacksonville.Mr. Elizabeth, of Jacksonville mate chamberof and courage" the Ills could be cor Mi'V.' L. Wall chairman of !Mar. 1 6J \
Mr Jock Cirlllls of Lake Butler, were week-end guests of Mr. commerce here today, The reno- rected. wuler and 64 32 \.,
''D \..otIn Starke Saturday. and Mrs. Fred Flume.Mr. lotion, which drew fire from several light/> committee was authorized !Mar. 2 Crt -18| i.44 -
and Mrs.! 0. 1'. Johnson ofAmerlcus. members of the "In facing the facts, however," to purchase Westlnghoiino I Mar. 3 76 43 -
-- board ,
us wan he said, "we have brake for
realized that (the fire truck.
Malpas and George Ray- Ga., are the voted 13 to 6. I !Mar. 4 85 61 .14
jI I DO guests of and Mrs. G. M. Inman
of vlmt tha A ,
neglect of petition ie
man hjis made was presented !
I Mar. 5
In Trenton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Starke The resolution (08 62'
.oiul were F. Dernorest. were guests of Judge and was Introduced onfuslng and Ineffective, can by questing! I the council to employ adI .
Mrs. by Peter O. Knight of -
A..C. Strickland Monday eve- Tampa and the exercise of good ludnmont and (I'I ltilltl! night pol reman. The '
4 \,'W spring fashions in footwear Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews made lg-Lake Butler Times. was seconded by Fred l 1'. Cone. be Total rainfall _________. i 88 ,
I courage orrected. TIter t -.,.lump's.M a business trip to Jacksonville ---- hake City, pres'dent of the Flor- the member of micli pol I It- for I I i (iJacksonville
cabinet want every eman a limited I( I t I uuie. I \ .
Friday. Mrs. W. J. Epperson.: Jr.. and da; !Hankers'_ association I : David taxpayer) and every Investor I 11'.1 -- Hid> will be ask "

11'< L A. Davis spent Monday Miss Dorothy Slngletary: of Jacksonville I mini, Jacksonville.J! ( Florida manager I throughout t the state to realize on proposed new hospital for
hirkHonvllle.FNT spent of I the Southern Bell Telephone ueRro,'". t.
Thursday Berry
with Mrs. Shipments
Mrs. Paul E. Canova. Jr.. and that thought, leading to correction, ,
H. C. Wall. At Telegraph Co. and J. A. nrlffln, \ Fort I'IE'rl'ePropel.t purchased .
chariiMerlze tho
I !Mrs George Flynn were shopp:ng resident of t the Exchange; Nut in ii.ni legislature/ of Cars for airport.
1029. 82 ;
A % in Jacksonville Tuesday. Leave your orders for Arkansas!: I Hunk. Tampa. "Between now and l the t time of Equal Melbourne! Preparations made I
: strawberry Adoption) of t the resolution t by Florida ,
WORD
plants with N. DWalnwright. i was I the legislature/ shall ho I In correspondence Power &: Light Company ,
Cabbage, On.on and Tomato Jr., at Sinclair Service 'gorously opposeI, |h yvnlter with ApproximatelyIMI,1I2! I I :! quarts to ship :30 long Ice dally ,
J plants J. f. Klckliter. Station. Lone, Orlando, pres dent of the every legislatorAt of f itt rut ivIeu'riea have been xhlppeiliom Peusncola -- ('onatructioti started -
the same tOme series, of i
- COLUMN a IlIt'nslIrps -
""lorldu Association of Heal Estate: I the SturkC'-I.uwt.y .sectloslnco I on foiir-mllB bridge which willcost
tuiltnhle 'to the will
[T\VINO::\ SOLICITED-Fancy and !Mrs D. A. Montleth and Mrs. Get my prices on Arkansas Mlnslunnry I loarrts and State Senator Alfred be I thoroughly cause and February 1st, t tho I lat'ItE'.t. approximately $2,50(1,00.( f
/ prepared ready
, plain satisfaction guaranteed. I Emma Canova were In Waldo strawberry plants before I I \VugR of Palm Heach They de- I to submit, for It Is evident (hat (1 ii a lit it y shipped I I by t this sect ion St. Augustine -. Markings made I

Mrs P. B. Hunt, Hampton, Fla. Wednesday.Mrs. buy.nR.: N. Walnwright, Jr.. dared it should have been referred one bill Is not sufficient at this tills' SIt rhy In the season for many at local airport for aid of aviators.!
to the legislative This. total I which Include!
': Starke.Mr. I committee of the years I 1 Davenport New addition under -
111tt.JOH .
(time, but that series of bills ,
E. ',V. a
Hayes and Miss r 'chamber for study with Instructtoa shipments by truck, freight' and construction to plant of Davenport -
must modify the law relative to
I Beatrice Bullen spent Saturday In and !Mrs. W. H. Stevensonof < that It be reported back to express. up to Wednesday night, Lumber and Supply Company.
SALE-5 horsepower motor, 'Gainesville.Mif. :I PittsbiirK, Pennsylvania are the board at a later meeting., taxation! In our state As much equals 82 refrigerator cars of 101( Hnrtow Kxcavntlng: started at

- 220 v, 3 phase, 60 cycle 1750 spending several weeks In Starke \IIU-IHlllleilt <>pH| "Ne
I I I rpm. Inquire at Bradford County and Mrs. H. A. Johns were looking after business interests The resolution set forth that the I by statute, followed In by freight, :30 I from Lawtey and IT school. i ,

Telegraph. visiting relatives In Starke Sun- state.. .chamber places Itself two years by such constitutional" from Stacks, tho balance going: by Tarpon Springs Branch 1
-- -- amendments as be store
Jay.-Union County Times. Regular meeting of Bradford squarely\ on record ((1)), as be'ng: may necessary. express) and, truck. opened for All-American Grocer-
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SALE Strawberry runners S -
1 from 500 to 5,000 lodge No. 35, F. & A. M.. will beheld opposed to any amendment to the 1'11"'I'non; ; : : ,\M:' I) i';('oOMIIX \. Prices paid the growers for the Ie.... I r
in lots or 10.- New goods arriving dally at In the lodge! rooms next Monday state constitution which will permit ;' period averages hotter than 22c: Fort \ I
; thousand direct Myers All steel airplane I
$2.50
000 lots
per -
Stump's. evening.! the state to issue any bonds or a quart or a return of $ 1((19,4) 46.-
hangar will be
oldest Nat erected at municipal -
from
nursery.
,
Incur fil. The bulk of the movement
any Indebtedness for purposes (Lake Worth Herald )
Williams Starke, Fla., by the Mr. O. J. Griffis was a business other than rolled out during I the past ten airport.
Strawberry cups, 500 for 400. are now provided It has been said, and circumstances )
( depot. 2-15-4t visitor to Starke "'eduesdIlY.Lake .- J. F. Klckliter. therein. have proved, t that most. po1'tlcal tlays. The present outlook is for Casino West will Palm be Heach Municipal .P r', '1 I '

I Butler Times. (2)) "That except In some administrative I! platforms are mnde only to u heavy shipping season and an reconstructed into
SALE-Rhode Island Red concrete building'" (
Jolt Mrs. P. II. Maguire formerly of and (deta'l! matters get a candidate Into olflce. (Governor Improvement In pr'ees when heavy "
eggs for setting, 75c for 15. seed J, '. I from South I Florida St. Augustine( -- Local Piggly; ,
All varieties corn I" DeLand, after several days visit 'orm and system of taxtion which Curllon has upset that (dope shipments! t
I Pure stock. Mrs. Oeo. A. Gard Klc kilter. line been estimated i by some of t the Wlggly stole Installing. up to date :
called ( Kline*
with her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. A.M. by eminent financial One of I the !principal planks In his
iner. Starke. 2-15 tf. Darby v'lI1leuve for her future experts of the United, tatl'sl ilatform wan' economy and his ac- buyers to be around 10 dnyn.. neat market.! .

Mrs. Alice Shepard spent several home In Plalnfleld N. J. the best of nny state I In I the union, t lons., In t the two months he has. ---.- -- OrlandoConstrueIon. ( of Exposition : .-t.. ,i
loll) SALE--150 80-q.uart strawberry days In Billiard thla week ihould! be kept Intact and not altered flAt'1\ I li' TWO WOMHVi't"ri'itiii : Arcade nearl tug completion. I
I pen I In olllce, demonstrate I t'()Ii- ------ toII
refrigerators at seven dol- with her son, Mr. C. C. Sliepard. !Mrs. Harry Harvey, !Mrs. Fannie or changed. elusively thnt he means to use Ito : >> AS' .\i"ro t
I lars each delivered. Write HobInson (:3 ) "That ('.\I'SiZl't4: IN MTCII) ; "
:Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer La- i no relief cnn be had good! effect. .
Bros., Plant City, Fla. 2- Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Demorest motored zone, !Mrs. Lee Allen and son Elmer -' for the taxpayers) by .'lImlnnl'nl( lie has made four Important .1

ll.itXTED. to Gainesville Saturday afternoon of Jacksonville, were visitorsIn one species or class! ofTpropprty! hanges In the short t time ho has JUI'kl
I Starke Saturday. from taxation and laying/ (axes held! the re'us. Three of them Jacksonville i I women must I He I flat I 1 'ii t!
.
'.\ Your orders for straw- -- i upon some other t class! of property, have already shown, from I the on t their bucks for I tho next .six:: /

),,,.,, plants' We represent Mr\ S. E. Hitch and !Mr. I Harold Air. and Mrs. Dafe Vansickel) of or by finding new sources( of rove- II htandpolnt of economy, t the iv Is- I wei'lin. us II result of an automobile 6, ,"

j1..WtH"S.. In Arkansas, Maryland. Sebrlug were lit Trenton Saturdaaueinoon. > Gainesville Mr and Mrs. I II I. ('. one but that tho only manner In dom of his action, and doubtless i I ui'cldt'itt.i "
,
| and IllInoIs Orders placed with Wall spent the week-end with Mr. j which proper, relief can be granted the fourth will give Just its good; I I'hiisi ei' casts were applied I today ,

u<. will have prompt and careful and Mrs. Cecil Hitch In St. Peteis- is' by fixing tho maximum an account of Itself at Khersldo hospital. They slIn'er0'11 '( ,
I
Iittention. Snyder-Orlffls Co., Mr. and !Mrs. Laurie Edwards of burg. amount of fees payable to county I Ills. changes In t lIe 'motor vehicle I fractured bucks. Tho women : I

I Starke. 1'la, 2-22-tf. Jacksonville, spent the weekendwith nfllcers( In any one year;, by the department.I state hotel and arc( !Mrs. J. A. Melsoii! wife of I the I 1 r; ,

Mr. and Mrs.V.. II. Struth.Mr. Miss aliollt'on of useless olllces! superintendent of till countyBlockade. '
Mr. and Mrs It. V. Turner. commissions state game commissioners'. olllce
kH of bureaus, courts etc. and !Mrs. I U. M.! Owen, li RIGHT EN ; !
SALK--1927 Chrysler sedan Loyselle! and Hobble Turner ; by will mean a saving of approximately .
plendld mechanical condition, Victor Cunares of Bronson Cedar Key, were guests; of Mr. and the consolidation of' small counties $200,000 a year to the 10 West Church street. YowJome ,;:; t tI

I Rood paint and tires: a real buy. was a business visitor In Starke :Mrs. liar mini Johns for the week and by a drast'c! reduction ofexponseb stale with the efficiency of I tho de- They worn hurt yesterday mornIng I .

I \ "$i27: Pontiac landau deluxe seI I this week. i end. stnte.! county' and city." I )pal Inientus Increased nil her thandecreased. when n largo sedan In whichI A Illtle paint and varnish \

I dan looks and runs good. 1924. I -- ---.--- -. --- --- Would I. Wnlt I on ('IIt'lt I III The slate" road department I buoy were riding skidded on I the will I I I often I transform a room I .'

ii.indard> \ 6 BuIck sedan for Ba sure you see the special\ bargain Mr. and !Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and I In declaring his opposition. t 10 I wlilili. has a naw head.. Isexpected slick' pavement near Lawtey and that Is an "eye-More" to the I :

only $150. 1927 Dodge sedan, table Friday at Sump's. Miss l.u'llIoflll'hell! were called passage; of the reHolut'on at today's I., ) to put accounts! on I the overturned I twice I Into( II ,dltrli.Mm rnoHt attractive t room III I the ,
J. (>. I.a n ham, .1 Ir.. I IOXB ,
leather upholstering, almost new to Luke CIIY Wednesday on account sl"l'IlonIr' Hoaa said, the right! Kill,. of t the ledger! : also. IIOIIRB. 'V,
I \ Dorothy Alvarez of Jacksonville of Illness of !Mr. Mitch- board should III to I the Cherry street, ,driver of I Ihn tar,
Miss the
(tires, only run 15,000 miles. II III I courtesy It bus gladdened! (its hearts of A little piilnt Intelligently :;, '
I 1":6;: Ford, tudor sedan. .1-ton spent\ Saturday In Starlte ell'a aster: state's chief executive, "wait unit I the) t taxpayers I to learn t that Governor imcappil I Injury, lbs did her .nUtcrn applied will oftlmos, change .;,
law Mm. Uuth Owen of Monroe -
Graham (Dodge) truck, extra with relatives. the governor's; views. nn tnxatloi Cailton does not look with a I lilt w hole appearance of u :
I Mrs.lt. S. Fernandez and daughter are known and the legislative com I ('II y, !Mo. The l.itler's husband -
good tires and completely over II fllvorll hie eye upon( deudwood I on room. t;
I 90 day and Old Style Running Al'ce.' John Powell and Wesley mltlee of our organization tai Dent Owen. former Jnxon. '
\ hauled mechanically, new batter : ; I the state payrolls. and t the iironi Pt- You will h he surprised how t, '
) ) Just the thing for berry Velvet! 1I1>ans. J. F. Klckliter.Glynn Stearns motored to Jacksonville study !t ant refer It back to tho lucas with which he him lopped Itoff wan killed, In an automobile nccl- a utIle touching up will '. ; 1,
Tuesday to hear Albert Said- board for lullon! at u later date dent near this !Missouri town about '
hauling Phone 142, Gainesville, presumes healthy condition In : freshen things and make ,:: ,
for full Information. Will be McMillan. James Lewis Ing violinist. It should take the same procedure( governmental affairs. under! the I two weeks ago. your home more attractive ". r ,
I I HIM I widow cnmn hero for a vIsit
gad, to demonstrate any of these and John Henry Hemingway Wl'l'eIn I as any other resolutl n. guld l'lIg hand of the new chief and livable. ,J L
1Il'8 Llrooklng-TiirnipHeed, Inc., Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. W. 10:. Freeman state manager ""'e do not want any controversy executive. and t the_!Ihree Jacksonville women A complete line of high I; L ,

!sui I;: I W University! Gainesville, I I of the W. O. W. and Rev. .J. with the government: ," Mr The three departments upon i grade Paints Itruslu'H. and i\;I : I

Flu 2-22-tf. Mrs. Jack 11I'l/l/slIncl: : : 1I1'a.lory! I. Bullen of Starke passed t through Hose said. "Mr. Knight's; views III I wli'ch' his axo baa fallen ifiost VurnlHlms. here to eupply I .

I':. Todd of Jacksonville, were I Lake: Duller !Monday en route to that resolution are not In acc'ord heavily have long been' It sourceof i>it. u. "K. r.umoi.L your every n ed. ,

(OH SALE-North half of Southwest guests of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Friday./ Ol'ala--Lake Butler Times. with the government; of Florida useless expenditure of )public Dent lit ", >

quarter of Section six i We want to endorse It 'later, but I'moneys. When he removed! the Over Corpenlng's Drug Store I IJcU'/T1'C.JONRS

| township six south of range 22 Mrs. J. L. Peek, !Mrs. O. L. Bean- !Mrs. T. 1>. Proctor and sister, It first should 1 go; to the legislativecommittee. hotel ('on)mniseiouier and I ho ga roe I' I'llOIIH :ilI! .If ;

Kant: 80 acres more or less ley and Miss Minnie Shatter spent\ Miss Elvlee Norman spent Sunday ." commissioner nn charges of Incompetence -, II, UlIWUI') t

] Hradford county, Florida. Ad- Friday: In Jacksonville. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Knight an Id he! wag actuated and! misfeasance' 111,011I,13. i I II ,

| lr.-88. T J. Bryan P. O. Hox No.; J. l E. Norman near Starke. -Lake In Introducing! ; the resolution I "by and analyses and alllt: t>f the III! !' I ,;

I 1403.): Atlanta, Ga 3-1-lt Mr. and !Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned Butler Times. my Interest III the slate." partment's records, recently made ; !!
home Sunday after spending -- "I believe I know the relation .
-- public revealed I the in any leaks .mm .
I In Baltimore. Sam Rosenberg of Plant City, ship Florida bears to the rest of "
\ WANTED to run MeNess several days I through; whlili thousands of (101.) I
was- In Starke Wednesday lookingfor the union, an well as anyone In
inns of state tax has drib-
t I. I >ni 'I M in Bradford county. $7 money
McLarln of Falnburn. location for a store In Starko. Florida and I don't take my bat
Mrs. H. P. a
$1,. l :! dally year around work bled over a period of years he es
!I' perence unnecessary ; unusuai Ga., l Is the !guest of her daughter, At the present time he Is operafng! off to any 50 men In the state In ta huh ished feullng I of confidence III ,

, \ 'offer Write at once. Furs Mrs. O. I... Haynes. large: stores in both Plant City and that regard. This!! state has made the minds of the public that *the }

N Thomas, Dept. C, Freeport Tampa Its progress, not by Us sunshine new "boss" knows what nvedi! tohe t
i Hi It* Orders taken for Arkansas Missionary ------ and Its bathing beauties, but by done and does It. \

strawberry plants. N. 1>. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rnmpley, of I jliow It has handled Its business<< If Oov. Carlton keeps up (the

|:uION8\ Tomato, pepper, and Walnwright Jr., Starke. SEhrlnKIr: and Mrs. T. W. Oil atralrll." l'a"6< he has started! Klorldluns I

tplant plants grown from ver of Sylvanla, Gn.: Mr. and Mrs. Jumping to Ills feet, !Mr Hose will arise as one man and call him Li

1 uted seed. Now ready for Gossard line of beauty keynote C.V. Benny) of Savannah. (Ja.; declared: that "Mr.! Knight Is not >Ienned.Ilnrtow.

ttnpment. Halle Seed and Feed of fashion In Gosaard corsets and and Mrs. V. B. Hamrlck. of Cocoa, the only one who bus an InterestIn 5- -----

I" Leesburg, Fla. 3-8-2t combinations at Stump's. have returned to the'r respective thin. state. I have an InterestIn Sound equipment Installed -

homes after spending a while with It too. and I am not In favor of at Ernnda Theatre
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Mi')I' SALE One Duro water Mr. and !Mrs. Boyd Holloway. their mother, Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck. taking any art'on now that would I .

I p' " Mrs. Cornelia Long, Miss Margaret views of the governor." '
Starke.
Two new
[ n" v Price right. while In
,, ; Long: Miss Myrtlce ,Ta'k80u.1 "Mr. Orlffln, who seconded< iho I'
/I 'h cows, also one work mare ----
s\ C. Stephenson Prescott Mr Lee Allen of Jacksonville Miss Myrwln\ Jackson, Dr. H. S'I resolution, said he was In favor i 2inc):

',im lake road, Starke. K* visited friends In Starke Wednes' Carrol, Mr. D. P. Carpenter of the measure and that the I
Mr. Telfalr Long were guests: ata chamber of commerce should take

fine day. dinner party Wednesday evening action on It even though the '; Broken bnsesJUPllCAlID.
1. \;O SACRIFICE Very ,
i I' mo to be sold at big sacrifice !Mrs.I. C. Jones of Gainesville! gven! by Miss Mae Peek at her I ernor might he opposed. to Its OV-j I PAY BY CHECK : Il.y

ir here. Good as new, will spent Wednesday In Starke with I home In Jacksonville. tents." } i iI .
Darby After the resolution! was adopted -
M.
,'II for small balance due on Mr. and Mrs. A. t h
HKNTI-KV; .\MKS' JIl' TJIt': '" the meeting nettled down to a i ; I

II terms.nteregted. In Write a bargain.us promptly Lud- !Mrs. N. Walnwright and Mrs.J. TO "HTOP MIOOTINCJ "SIGNS' quiet transaction of routine mat- WHYWorry I Paying monthly bills by check has many ;: i t

shopping In ters. The chamber, voted to refer
.1 t n & lutes, S. M. II. Atlanta, I... Frazee were "
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It Jacksonville Thursday.Miss Tallahassee, March 3.-An appeal a resolution urging a state stock advantages. Checks are receipts -- dis- ,
I to sportsmen) of Florida to be law to compel farmers to keep I

SALE--Small fig trees. 25c Kdna Hutto spent the .porte" and leave railroad stop their livestock off public: highwaysto ? putes are avoided.( Independence! is estab-
Jacksonville guest signs alone was Issued here by the legislative committee of the
d' :i5c Small gasoline engine.; week-end In '
Mrs. A. II. Hall. Robert W. Bentley, chairman of organization. The measure declared -' lished and stronger credit and( prompter '
Starke sIster
her :
'10. A. E. Dunham, of .
If the state road department. that many person. had been I when we can (duphI! I I "
I .
C A. YonngblQod of There a, Some huntsmen possibly Irresponsible killed: or Injured as a result of automobiles service are created with tradesmen."I

to- business visitor to Starke youths!! are using "stop striking stock on the cate your broken I
Special a
SLE-.Florida: wall
look and listen" s'gns erected at highways. Laws should be passed, II
I '" :: 1,000. Wed nesclaY, I IIt I \ in bank is 'J j.as
o plant $2.35 per Money
not
to be
I'' B, Wiggins Starke. 2-8-21 dangerous highway; crossings: at stated!, which would safeguard lenses to your comI I as likely spent :
to the railroads -
shades In Humming considerable expense tile lives of motorists

\ IIENT- furnished nird All hose new at Stump's, 100. $ 1.50, ( ), as targets the ChairmanCald. The meeting adjourned subjectto pIe 1 t e satisfaction ? I that in the purse. t

rooms Vigorous complaints to that call at a later date.I'inan4Itully :
irtment. One complete bathm $1.75. effects have been received from III Just bring in the l
to We welcome
two entrances. Apply checking account.
Sternberg of Ga'ne- railroad managements at the department your ,
I';. I... Browne, Madison Sammy week-end with h's' here he add'!d. Tallahassee. March J.--Governor pieces. The ,
expenseis
.. the
spent
Filling vllle.
."ion't. ,near Simmons '-I' parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- The chairman called attentionto Carlton today Issued a state- ,!' i,.Jf: i ,
a law prohlblt'ng: the disfigure- ment declaring evidence bad boeri I I slight. .' .

berg ment of signs such as those erect- submitted at a cabinet meeting I, Bradford County Bank '; J

',". '>ee Plans underway for Beasley returned Sunday ed by the railroads and warned that for some month the Income 'l,
Mrs.O.L.
station for Atlantic Coast after several days visit In that if caught, those guilty would of the state had been depleted at DR. GEO. LYONS Bradford Countu's Financial 1. ,

", I with her parents Mr. and be prosecuted. the rate of $200,000 a month. Holllngsworth Stronghold
(bourne Telephone line ,Tampa Durden.Mr. I I The legislature of 1927 author- The cabinet meeting was held Shop STARKE F A.
C. ,
!JI l A ,
Mrs.
| b airport.
built to Melbourne ized the erection by railroads of to consider "the breaking down of "5, .\ftJJ.:, FLOUIUA ( '

mt City -_ Construction will and Mrs. C A. KnIght' "stop look and listen" signs at the taxation system of Florida as
'1 oon oa city' new eeptlclik Shepard crossings considered dangerous. "shown state and .
by decreasing
city
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PAGR SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAFH. 8TARKE, FLORIDA FIUD.\Y. :Mvurn\ H. 1029

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MKMKKKS:: fSK Black Hills Sky
How to Raise Poultry

( Farmers & Farming -e'l /Jy Dr. L. D. LeCear, V.S., St. Louis. Mo. W.\STK VKGKTAHLKSGainesville : : Brings Gospel by Plane

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March 6.
-DeslgnIrTir'women -
Dr.LeGear la a graduate o I f h* Ontario Vctorln.rrCollnte
,1892.: *lhirt>..i.years. of veterinary practice l of
\ are usually thought .
JfII on dieea of live atack and poultry.* tmm.nlauthority .
(Agricultural Kdltor: ) I on poultry and stuck; rel.I"",. Nationallyknown as a plague or a nuisance but 11.Loocl( "itI -4ANVIN4
breeder. Noted author and lecturer.Article .
__h._._._. ___ _.. -. poultry Miss May wInfield, home demon ( (bC'O
stration in Charlotte countyand 0'fIA.4
agent
Farmers: and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles I XIKM specifically developed for some 1 her "
>OI)> \VIM TEII, dofln tu That lies the ,
of Farm Experiences and Methods\ Found : I purpose. way quite beneficial to the women of

I To lie Best Suited to Our Country I bent chance for success and satisfaction her county. In a letter to her .
iifi-o IM No 1 ItFlfrr Hit ... district home demonstration
agent. <
1 <'nSf'4.t! Your Hr,..' --- one :
:
Miss
-... -=- : Lucy Belle Settle, she telU .
----- lo \Vlint Von Want to Ar* breed of chicken
or one variety *
of a tomato parade In Punta
put on
'1 roniillKli|, li''C'11' | (lie ,..11'"ln.1'.II'" la enough on one farm and never'' /
30 Carloads Of Use Waste Cabbage I Ii Gorda, showing the utilization of
.\1'1I1 llns-fl. CaiiTull.v loStroiigllun cross breed of chkkens.) If you what might have been waste tomatoes

Hit* Natural Tfiulcn- wish to keep more than one bfaed :W" -
,
I :\
Berries Leave Make\ Sauerkraut tfi'H of Vour I'holoe.\ ->r variety keep them absolutely II "One of the ___. I
i growers was pulling' :
separate. Never let them run together
up his tomato plants, loaded with .
"
County In Day tn'n'svlllf. In the first place, let me nlako especially at breeding' ? _. ...,
'f { f"la.'Vllh thousands time.I'I' tomatoes, and throw'ng them into I
this emphatic statement: There lano ; Cross brrd or mongrel (' "
a ditch 1111e "I this
of got
of Ions cabbage now going!: nays. per :

(" "h' IIIII'"III" Him. ,Short. at to'wasle In the fields( because there best breed or variety of (chick conglomerated not pay. Nothing dukes/: la worse mixture than of 0.1 mission to bring some club mem I ," I

Pin lit ri ). en. In dub resport to all. I make bers Into the patch to pIck the to IJ
Is: little or no market for It why all breeds all varieties and all colors '
matoes. On a Tuesday he \\'as goIng
not make sonic of it Into sauerkraut thin statement. It you have a cer- of chickens In one flock. They -
Plant City. March 1 ,-Eastern to pull nbo..t five acres so he
? asks Or. E W Berger!: who uxln breed or variety, do not think do not grow as fast or as large .
started its told me if I would bring the club "
imisharough! county l.s an authority on the subject. !they ire the best because they are nor lay aa well as pure bred chick
members down we might have all
March strawberry production record 1'lie cabbage should be shredded( int. There are Rood strains in all ens.

today with the loading of :30olld I ax though: Intended' for slaw. A breeds and In all varieties of the tomatoes we would pick and The first rrnl "Hk, p'lof'! Is preach rrm'ce' the entire trip in less .' t la

and at Dover ciil/baira. cutter or sharp knife may :hlckens. Choose the breed, or va- (00); < > 1'HIEHSI.W.S: j haul 1 away. ing the Qospcl from an airplane in hour and a half an accompli ,tlll
cars. 2t I here s x "Although it poured rain until the Black Hills of South Dakota that would astonish his father, I
and wl10
that suits fancy
be used. The cabbage!: Is then plac- r cty your AUK "OIUSI'U fOKi.
which with more than 300 pony i noon, 12 people went out that after the country thnt In the days before was an old-fasliloncd clrcur i iHe Idc/,
little salt sprinkled devote energies to making
td In jar. your -
a
total of 19(5.-! ( a I Jc North Western Bull- l1as 'formed a
refrigerators gave a noon and p eked tomatoes. We the Chicago pet wedding Lbo"
over It, and tamped down until the hem Ilro table. It Is the strain or Springtime/; often brings: on
qu.irts from thane two mar picked nearly 50 bushels, ripe and way brought tt out of Its pioneer remoteness the clouds brought in the sick and I
kets 800 for the day. The Plant Cityforwarding Juice from the cabbage! ;; r'ses to the blood lines that really counts. Just spring fever and lazlnesa in some green. I gave out bulletins and called all priests and Injured to the hospital, ond ,>nc, I

totalled 161.240 surfaie. One pound of salt Is because a chicken Is a Plymouth of ua and an intense desire to be clergymen sky pilots. used his plane for B funeral procet. I
makIng
mimeographed directions for

/ taken at an needed for each 40 pounds of cabbage Hook a Leghorn, an Orpington or digging In the ground and growing The Rev C H Loock Is a Methodist slon over a way that neither auiomo. (
which were all sorts of tomato
quarts, cash and these amounts should be !a Hhode Island lied la not whatmakes crops In others. Some of ua products; minister In charge of the parishes of bile nor horses could travel.It .
average of 17 cents, giving a also put on several demonstrations Wuta and Piedmont At Is a curious coincidence
.weighed accurately he states. It a world beater. It Is the Farmers as well aa some men in Caputa ituij
InIal of $27.580.80. for the day. of making relishes, p'ckels etc. each little town. Mr. Loock has his the first "sky pilot" of the Bloc,
------- two quart of flock to higher
Fruit Jars of one or breeding up any nearly every other profession, are
Tbe Plant City market through toP'aV The club members made the tomatoes plane driven as near as possible to Hills "Preacher. SmIth" who trudgtn I
which have glass covers egg production that makes record Inclined to take full advantage of
capacity
Bnt had handled 3,269.560quarts up into a number of attractive the church and then holds a thirty Into Deadwood with a freighting iut-1
: n be sealed tight are best producer By trap nesting any opportunity that comes our
that can every
BI ot retllrll products. minute service reading the scripture fit In the summer of 1876 100.|
r to growers berrle"'f ft'enMli"11. After the Jar has been filled the breed or flock of hens, and using! way, and to make the roads> "{ have designs on the offering prayer and preaching! from pionih later: was killed by Inuluc l lalao
pepper
market has rubber and top are placel in po- for breeders only those that are smooth so opportunities can easily the cockpit of the plane. He can won a Methodist minister,
Plant City fields and the fields *'
Tlie strawberry a
ot berries 'sltlon for sealing and left this way high; producers, glood size and come our way. As one man has "
handled 403 solid cars i soon as the market goes off, she
the 1 for two or three weeks for fermen- buck full of vigor and are reasonably exprenwecl It, some of ua are
triple
thin 131-car uenson total, more of last than year. ThenOVel' ,I tatlon to take place. The Jars are close to the standard' retirements ''grinding corn" while others are says in closing.HINTS NKW; PASSKXCKU: ; SClIlmCLES'' Fertile Suwannee county )t 80.|

market up to tonight had i then sealed. While fermentation Is you con In a few years lot. TO IIOrSKWIVKS: : Ing to look deeply into the nossiblltties '

handled 101 I cars this season. The I going: on there la likely to be a llt- build up ft strain with blood lines 1 have great respect for the man Beginning; Sunday, Dec. 30th, of tuug oil production I lid

R 'TO '"I !Ille overflow, BO the Jars shotild behind them that makes them far who "Rrinds corn." That is a I the matter
|>, 13 "I berry movement for the season Tit Stoti* n.I<1lnlC Seaboard Hallway schedules for was discussed In 'Ie'oll'

1,1, V thus far from Dover was estlmat- be placed where -this will do no superior to the ordinary flock of term that tfe farmers can under Line a large packing case with Starke were posted as fololws: I at a recent Kiwanis luncheon held
lai it* : tho same breed or variety with stand. Although In this case It In Live Oak.
ed tonight nt 654.000 quarts for damage heavy wrapping paper by usinp/ Houthhouiid The principle I all I
Malted milk or similar Jars of which such careful methods. have does not apply to the actual pro to the this
whl< h growers have received brass tack or pasting paper No. 1-(Local) 10:07: p. m. regarding industry wm iliad,
$170,000. three or four quart capacity are not been used. In th's way or byline cess of grinding corn and making Inside of the case with flour paste No. 11-(Local) 11:48: a. m. by Fred J. Green, who stated 'bl''

'nrly 1"(1111' Million 111 table for making kraut. After I breeding all strains of chickens meal' It mean!!! doing something and a whitewash brush. This wlli No. 3-(Limited) 9:44: a. m. the tung oil industry In Ftorulu u

These total added to the Plant be'ng packed such Jars should ba orll!: nate. and not sitting still. The miller prevent moths from making: their No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m. no longer an experiment bin ail

City market's figures make llllls- overed w'th: a piece of rubber cut "What breed shall I select? Is who Is grinding: corn has to keep way through the cracks of the No. 191--(Limited! ) 11:31: p. m. actuality. Alachua county III I rend;I

borough county's total on strawberries from a discarded Inner tube. The the question some one Is always a close watch on his busineaa. We case and the folds of the paper :Northbound making big success producing/ ''b..

already marketed 3923. edges! of the rubber should extend
660 quarts for which growers a few Inches beyond the Jar and foregoing statement. To that, I on our business and take steps fold blankets in paper, and scatter No. 12-(Local) 3:50 p. m. converted Into the finished pro

bave received $973,791.80 In the should be weighed down to hold ('alonly make the classic reply to stop anything/: that threatens' togo freely among the folks hemlock No. 4-(Limited) 8:67: p. m. duct at a factory near Gainesville I
"
markets. The addition of It In place. "It all depends. Then I counter /: wrong before it gets started. or arborvitae twigs, dry swe'et No. 108-(Limited) 5:40: m -

two from other producing Larger/: quantities of kraut may ,.,....h.. tho-..- miest'.--_.-Ion.- --. "What do you Not only that we shout- closely 1 lags lavender, or sachet powder. No. 192-(Limited) arriving p. Only products grown or manoltactured

v tmmiam eection Bhlpmenta, easily push the total past be packed In stone Jars or kegs.!: want to accomplish?" There are watch our business to see when These are equally as effective at here at 5:31: a. m., stops only for In Sarasota countv) will

quarts for the county as'' The surface of the kraut may be three /general: classes, the meat and where It can be Improved. moth bolls, and give the bed the purpose of letting off be t exhibited In the Surasola eil
4,000,000 passengers
whole with a cash total of $1.- covered with two or three thick IUHB, the jegg/: class and the general All around us there are opportunities clothes an. agreeable odor. Paste from the East oast. [position, which Is to be a lilt foil

a 080,000. I nesses of green cabbage leaves The purpose clalI.! The purpose of the -some of them may seem the ends of the paper together and Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, (Orange Blossoms :nre of the pageant of Sara Oil,

Is thought to be at the.80111:10n'B which are weighted down. lrnt two named la perfectly pla'n small and Insignificant to be sure paste wrapping paper over the top limited trains 3ota next week. Housed In a hent -
do
The ) not
crop pellk In 1I1l1sborollgh11llht top should be kept on tightly to and I' that of the third Is almost --of making/: more money and dong of the case In such a way as to in Starke. stop loaned through the courteivit

: now. Plant City production' keep out dust and d'rt.: After 10 equally so.General better work. We should not leave no cracks through which AVnnnpo Itrimcli John Ringllng, the expo8iiic:|

/; averaged 188,000 quarts a days but not longer: than two purpose fowls are very sit idly by anu expect success to moths can find an entrance Naii No. 101 .vlll be located on the large otlaln I'

hav UK ilrst five days of this weeks, kraut packed larger containers often little Inter'or: as layers to the be handed us on a silver platter down the lid.To. -Leaves Starke 9 a. m. \ and Osprey and plenty ol
No.
102
day for the should be transferred into so-called "eggclass" and will often' We should be on to our bu inesi'" Fit KOJH -Arrives Starke 4:40: pm. )larking space free-of charge. /; WII il |

week weather today was accompanied trult Jars and the Jars sealed. No compare favorably with "meat- and always alert to take advantage. To lit an old key or a blank to HI >e available.

Cooler brace In prices, heating or cooking la necessary.Kmut class fowls for table UHB. They of every opportunity.AVHUF replace a key that has been lost, no HUN Unrs
by a for eat fryers, Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:53: 1
ready broilers
Is generally excellent fitted In the 1'
average from yelltenlaY'8 make lold 1 the key to be
which shot the depending old a. m., 1:58: p. m.. 5:18: m.
the p. :
and
weeks
figure of 12 V4 cents to 17 ing after two to four roatsters and capons -- lame of a candle until Is Its thor COFFINS & CASKETS r'
p. m. 8:58.
thousands of dollars upon the temperature of lens, If tat, will usually bring I-'AIOI I'KOURAM: I oughly blackened, Insert it care
cents, adding: was allowed to Perhaps the mostjopular Southbound-9:37: a. m., : and a Full Line of |
which It
to growers the air In good prices. fully In the lock and turn It until
to the t. o. b. payments All edible parts of the cab general purpose breed Is I p. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50:
Several of the best-Informed sour. It strikes the Withdraw Undertakers
and largest operators tonight bage are used in making kraut.! the Plymouth Hocks which may be Following la a list of talks to bebroadcast the key and (lie away the partt p. m. Supplies
buyers The Barred a
'
expressed belief that theprice -r---nrevard uul 'n several varieties. from station. WItUF under where the soots has been rubbed I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
South
would continue, The farmers of Plymouth Hocks are the most the auspices of the Agricultural off. This week is. "Know Florida-
Improvement county have organized a cooperative Hock chicken In the i Alwara en hand. The... eerrletI .
unless unfavorable weather' de- tp work together popular farm middle I Division of the UnIversity ON; for \Vcxxl Furniture week. The Florida state chamber tl>. lewaat pl'l_ Hpeelal' attention
marketing end of the association corn belt sections of the of Florida for the week end- Furniture polish contaln'ng oil of tA trlvgraph aretfra.REGISTKREO .
at the this commerce has asked
v lotls Interests of farming In other schools,
to the
EMBALMKBDEVVITT
I went aa well as In many Ing March 13. Until further notice or wax will not be needed If the
line. ..- ; territory for the purpose of mar sections. They outlayed all other the farm talks will be given wood Is washed occasionally with civic clubs and the newspapers to I r C. JONES I

Whiter Garden truckers will keting their crops In carload lots, I breeds awl vailetles of chickens In at 7 p. m. The wave length Is clear warm water not hot, without devote the week of February 24

grow cucumbers on between 800 II I to save on individual shipping/: all the eg!;*; laying contests In the ::104; meters. soap and rubbed dry with March 2 to the consideration of FLA.

and 1,000 acres this season. Up II'hllrKE'M'' nnd to reach the highest United 'Stales In 1927. Second only March a-Doea' It Pay to Fertilize chamois or a soft cloth. Hut if Florida its history, Its resources Ii i :::

jr' WJTffll In North Florida. they raised quite markets. There were approximately to the Plymouth Hocks, If evento Peanuts? \V. K. Stokes, agronomist furniture polish containing' fixed and Its opportunltlea. jj IK; I

*- &.* a stir| about 200 acres being ( ly )' farmers present at the them ore H. I. Heds. Wyandot Florida Kxperlment Station oils la used the furniture must be ---

tra ted to furnish "cukes" 'on-I meeting/.:. at Melbourne. tea tiro st'll': highly esteemed by March 11-Diseases of Itaby rubbed vigorously/: and kept In'
In ---- fanciers and Justly BO. OrpHiKtoiiH Chicks Dr.O F. Thomas aas.'st-: Save
pickle factory. Here Although approaching\ the close many several condition by dally rubbing to pre

county we grow four times that lof[ the shipping season for full celery ; of which there are fcngllsh ant veterinarian, Florida- }Kxperl: vent oil accumulating so as to be money on fertilizer!

amount for the regular market and 1 Hell Brothers plant at Palmer varieties are a very popular ment Station. felt or seen. Furniture o'l: should

think nothing about It. Hut-why Kiirm.* near Snraxota la Hjlll shlpp'ng breed.The eggs of thU class March 13-Animal' Contributions be sparingly used and the wood

not a pickle factory in Winter '! out about ten tailoads of celery are brown and usually of good size to Medicine Dr. P. A. }Foote rubbed to a high polish or until

Garden? Why not u big cnnn'iig n day with both units of the The ,egg-dais: Is a particularly commercial associate professor of pharmacy. It does not have any greasy feel.

plant at Sunforel 1 where 8.800 cars plant In operation. Shipping will Important- one for College of Pharmacy. .
The various eKg: Clearwater Immediate
of truck are shipped initially? poultry l'uI8p.rs. con
And I ,'onllllllo for n not her week ut least usually small In 8:ze Population of Stuart has Increased struction ot Gulf Coast Highway
breeds
why not put up watermelon are
at the rate and will then
present
often ao 300 per cent since 1920.
get broody through Citrui county urgell.I .
do not
preuerves, asks the Orlando Sentinel. and
begin to shade off a ,tvllle as cutting used for hatchIng -
they can seldom be
..!:I cel\"t'll. mothering ('hlek8.8 the


1'1'4r",i"" \,f !' Buying:: i: Public ProlczisdS name or, they of this are cluis upeclaHnts' I Indicates In (lie, however art- I

II" .I\"I' addition to
I : egK:> In
I' of lay'.ng
'
.
< ,
'4 f.)
/ } .. color.
B r" white In ,
:",.;\f,':,,," t Y D v It C! .1"."... o i S_'f,..'" ...{ _\.., ". Mint Th s their feature ejgfllire Is desired In Bom* 'I BRADLEY'SFER

'"'iron' nnd Sltcllwen oMl'n ; markets and such eggs frequently

,f."In house lo-hou-e will bllI" \e.- bring lilglwr. trlcea! thim brown
IILI'y bended nncj! re frcrecl and t: eruDllc
in !genera,: nu 1 t.e:. hoiincv.fin I/R8./: among the TILIZERS
: will Kxcfedlugly: /: popular
pnmciilar
protuiuly rctuw intbv
.
the I Leghorn
breeds are
futuio to Ucnl with any II..le. .p..r- egg-class
ron who cannot produce piopnr) cre- of which there are several I vivrletleH. -

d/mtna.< : according; to Franlt 1 An- the White Leghorn bflng the "A A QUALITY"No with Red analyst
Steer
C.-owi.: provident cf the Direct Soiling\ most popular. Having been bred high

rr<1ort1on.'lIh: nntlonal hrnuquartcr ",. .ilmoBt exclusively", for egg produc-

< In Clilcngo nn-t comprising : lon, the Leuhoin/: live up to Its Delays-Immediate Service "DOUBLE

.bin.proup* In of the the United largo etnte t direct* clllns! ", q. 'b-." ,;'y '." ,' nick-name. "The KKK: Machine." when you order Bradley's Fertilizers. MIXED, TRIPLE TESTED"WE
>
"";' I Is
.\ t. production
If
<
egg
Consequently.
Press aJvrrtlHlng, tries nrms ," Local warehouse
will Include notice to1'10 public ana '. '1 the major requirement, you cannot stocks assure recommend Swift's Red Steer" meets their every

th! houwwlta rcnnrding tti... upc-rim \\i < well afford to overlook the Leg prompt delivery. Start now withBradley's. Steer high anal demand.
Made from best ]
bond their Mloa! rrprescntntlyoa will ': horns. Other desirable! egg-claos ysis fertilizers.
cerry and the purpose of the mover.nt .", ,.." ;}"4f."( : : breeds are Minorca. Anconan and Get more profit'from Successful materials it is double mixed

In general will be to protect I .;:---- .. '"'.. others of the so-'alll'tll\leIUterran- every dollar spent for fertilizer. farmers in this -to insure crops getting a
th. from loa t locality
public tlirough dishonest are using them.
Because
}t breeds. balanced food-
ration
ean of
scleppcople. and to rnii' the ; plant
"" meat-class I III not (o J. W. White & Son G. W. Roberta they get their plant
itandord of sales'representatives by .< ,.._ '" While. the food It is triple tested-to make
raised' las the others described for less money I
extensively!
ejecting all who cannot ba bonded '''' .". Dealer sure of
Ixx-al restriction on direct aclling. .. ''' ''' .y they are very durable for They benefit in lower highest quality

which still exist under municipal! ,';.,, ..I \' "> I many reasons. Although not such / Starke Lawtey freight. costs Come in this week.Getstart.on -

code In various communities will "' (<>;\":;, "" )tar performers aa Leghorns or Authorize*! ".\ A QUALITY Fetillzer on labor and They save moneyed right. We can show yOI1
probably be withdrawn or modified ala t. bagging.
breeds they
"'; :$ mood general purpose They
howtosavemoneyandmal
result of the new movomeut to : ./ 1f. have Jess handling
r usually fair layers and bring to do.
employ only bonded reproHrntatives. : : j.'> .. I< "," are money with Red Steer,
..-' "" -- top prices: for table- use The
believe
\ Q E. Bogart. comrmiujionerof .. O. II. BENNETT
.
.
'. < '
the Direct Selling Federation. All ", -, ,... .... : < .Jt ..,- ., capons from these breeds are par
"" .
companies operating questlonaole and ...,<'.... "' ... .. ." ticularly fine.\ Some of the better Look for th!. It U Starke- Florida
...
... ,
ehady enterprise undoubtedly wilt be m .........,,_w. ..... .Jf': 'J, .( .,... ..,1,.. known breeds In this class are .al> l on the back guarantee your

driven from the Oeld. tbe commissioner I" I<; r.AN 4J1-t.4 1otV.: ., nrahmas. Corchlns and Langghana. of every bag of quality = m,
declared.
Now It must be understood' that tit
"Th bonding of all direct sales bond fee will have to be furnished
people, and the rejactlon of applicants b; the sales representative himself. or these classification* are not mat -: : PI'
who cannot obtain bond under herself, a* tbe case may be and wlU ters of hard and fast dlfferetUu- I :

a strict standard of Investigation.. not: be refunded until tile or her! tlon. Some egg-clasa!: fowla are rJ. :;

aid he. "will mean absolute protection sale quota has reached a prescribed excellent for table IIse and some R.

to the public and *houl
establlah public confidence company will assure the moat cf the Home general purpose We ,I : ,
Ib direct sale representative* once bond Y-ES can charge your .. ,
breeds are aa good; layers as ome ,
the bond la In e3ect. "The Direct Selling Federation's 8 UKS th
"The new bond will completely pro purpose I* to obtain the best possible egg-type breeds and as good for STORAGE INSURANCE '1\1
tect the punlto from an; fraud on clajt of sales representative. to the table as some meat-type. Nevjrtheless. BATTERY In ISmith's stl

the part cf any sale representative guarantee all direct sale personnel! these classification are rn..
and will be reinforced by the backing'! who can quality for a bond, to Insure fairly a'uratellds"\ and will

of a national surety company and the the public unlleutedly again an} help considerably In selecting the AGENCY ESTABLISHED tilt!

Investigating resource of aa Internationally : losa of fraud and to Justify the pub- breed best suited to your own re 1886 ::
known detective agency. To llo'* ronfldence and good will all created
make the proposition watertight, the by advertising. 'qutrement. Choose thorough- Garage naarke: STARKE th"

,*>red chickens. that ,have been ( : FLA. 1I


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Ii; I'EIti'I'siINa: v.ir.mKHKKYIfK payers and more I land still o-e on t wo have the astounding fact Ilnl I I iind iniinth .l.'S.TJ 1 I lAldutman.' W I. Wal. N Surnh."A.
MEN AND I ; I Itlntrlrt >o. I.-I: :! I I.'I u"d c Hnov.r; .
YOUNG WOMEN WHO ) the delinquent tax rolls with the | that in District No.9 there Is as- I""<...linrt l h"K inonlh 2'in:, ',;;r !i none.' At which: meetlnir curtain, pro, t tI

-- burden of taxation shifted to those! : UiolptN. during ,month,, S2.fillVVnrriintN I lecdliiK'' were, had amonff which,
: sesHed 200 mills for the Interest rlnrlnit, mouth ,1 were I the following'
Florida State News ) I taxpayers who are niggling t to (Tt-t'rilrHftnd month t ,13.2 u I Coiiiu-llman N. Hternbvrff preacntled -
THINK CLEARLY THE keep their end of tin- load. | and sinking fund for the road l and llUtrlet \<.. 1: 1,11.1. a certain ordinance and moved forItn
GREATEST Governor Carlton Is Indeed to bridge bonds the county mlllage Overdraft h..M.: month 1O 13 I I unnnlr..u.I adoption I and pasHni ge,
In checking over the return for In..I'I. month .. 4rt.SflI to
|
be commended for Ills endeavors I. wlhout r.r"'e"". any l'omml-
There schooltax
15
I being mills. h no I \nrrs lit N rturlnir month .. 40tl.no I I.. thereupon, ("., .' .
to secure relief for the taxpayers the various counties for the year Iss'sRed. fortunately. It would ('.r.lnt ,'n.1! inontli i 473.27, 1.. AVnll I. saId, motion to

DEMAND AMERICAN BUSINESSBy of Florida. For the past six 1928 it 1 U noted that many coun that $224 thousand Is IIUIrl ,,i. |t| I adopt llcr"|'aM nnid, ordinance, InI
low tax scents per lint. tn-tflniihiK' month 381.(13RecilptH I I Halil motion and
seemingly county IIu''n.I".1 \lh
months he has been securing data ties have some tax load. District No. 5 In tillrlnic month a.anAVnrriintH I I 1 I and them being
but the taxpayers are almost I ilnrliiK month 291OmI! l (:I 'I'put ? ; 1' : '
I that would enable him to make rates this is assessed 100 u vote of the AYH: and NAY.arid ,
I I by special road and county m111 Hal vnd month I __ 9.H3Itlnlrlit I the roll called said motion
CRAIG B. HAiLtWUOO:: recommendations IntclllRently to swamped for road bOIII.( and to mils for '1.'. 17 wa unanImously blnl carried by th.vote

President American Bankers Association I the 1929 legislature which Is to be bridge district taxes special schooldlstrl't school maintenance with 11 mills ('.rll'nr I I 1..0. month month __ T4.80 Ij'I of all "."h.r.. "proHent, nrdlnance -

half a century Michael I hoped will not only give relief to maintenance taxes and special for county and 9 for state totaling \\'n""lnl.. | d 1'lnl, numth "_ hue 'I.- wor.: .and tliruiea foliow1 -

ONLY ago Pupin a shepherd boy the present almost unbearable tax: school district bond taxes. '$134 per thousand. In Dade O'orll'lr) emt month _._ 7 4.50IisSri. I'I I AN OIIINASF RNTITI.KD AM
his flocks by night the fields has levy l <-l > I KOKTIIM
of a county .
Serbia.
among Alaclum county :
rates but will prevent a recurrenceof county No. 4 contributes for all filth. b"llnllna month __ 201.711 ,0111N\N OK) IIO\.tIISI SUHi -

Thieves often lurked in the bordering cornfields awaiting similar conditions.For of only 20 mills yet the taxpayers/ purpose 72V4 mills to the coinity.l 1".I"I. moth Ii .. -- 71.lift i,11'1'1INI\JJINI 'l'tTIi l': qtIAI.IKJEl)

an opportunity to make off with the tax have In District No. 1 pay for the special \\'n""lnt. II ltn IIIK month 12.10 : : OP TUB C1TV OP
a part years payers the ,
l eSoto ( nt) carries largest \-.rr.nl. dlrlnK I I ; month \) : : '
--Ii of the herd. Serbian boys taught had their attention distracted from road and bridge Interest and 01 A Hlnklnw >.,. :It 17.0\1 I iHTAHKK I'v $A IHHflNlV -
were load, 51 mills for county purpose : n TI.lrog >
liMKlnnlnHT ._
the biannual ( sinking fund 37 mills., This makes 1111 inontli 15,25552iurImmr ( S I 2ttllO.Ilth,, 1 1) )iL u
a method of signalling one another for oral tax conditions by and 39 mills for school and road |) .. inonlh '

warning and help. Each carried a cry of candidates about state I the property owners In I that district .purposes. Olndes county In assessed I\'lrrln'. dlrlnl month ___I tdt.i I'i l"tlt:! ''tlm.l U'IVI' rn A TUB Ml'.N1CIPAI. (
!
!
knife with a long wooden handle which expenBPH useless ofllces and need pay 65 mills the' state mill- | I (B2 > mill for county PIrPOesDistrict '1..11. .0 xiiiklnn; ,. I f 11.891.2\1 el'I.: IT OP Olil HTAKKR>MNICn). by
,. less inspectors. In the meantime age of 9 mills making it 74 mills, f "til Hi'KlnnltiK inonlh .. S7R.X!! lh City
he would thrust deep into the No. 3 paying 20 mills [o I Council of city of Prndfoid -
ground I" .
be ntolllll : NH
tv and county expenses were plus such city taxes us may In 1".I"I., tl'I" .1. ,'oUlly. 1"I.rhln. t that Ih.r. shall
road and bridge tux.
q and in case cattle thieves I JRpeclal i" lurllK Iwnlh I 7 20.10 I ,
approached levied. It is hard to make prop- luieidiiirt t I. hi the mild city, at the pre.- ,
creeping the mlllago growing "I h. '
up I Hardeo county I itO county mlllage ". 5.21 Cltv. the l.'th of
on day
he would strike the 111.
A wooden In'
handle. M lux No.
until the :lerty produce returns on the Investment | :3 A. I lull': !,
larger each year present 1"; Ii! mills. "'01,1 mid I. Kill In month, 6541.20 11''h.' I. a xpeclnl election
The sound would be transmitted rate like that. It .1.el'lal "III'"I.r I ,1'.111.e wlthithe t nrovlnloiit of '
i I me when the taxpayers are facing with a tax bridge district No. 3 In assessed I I i'i'' .11'110 month .. 202.01 .
through the ground to other boys ", Is the result of is harder to interest prospective \'Inl"I IIIrlfK molillli Ih. ...llutl.1 and IW...of the
some a condition that I : mills for maintenance and 33 i em) month R42S 21I Mate of 'I.rhil. 1..h"UnK( charter -

r 'r distance away who could hear and in. their own carelessness and extrav- buyers. I mills: for the Interest and sinkIng 11 I I I hereliv e..'llr\I I Ihnt. I thn f.r.t.lnw of 1 the city .I 111'kl' tpeclulvleLtlon .
to I
I f
I I the lightest tut' i ?itit-nt Ih.wl1. .1..lln. Ih. queHtton u
has .
; hlll"I' Ih. .
terpret the message. !{alll'I'. Voting bonds means levyIng linker county fit nd. portal school No. : Is payIng ).eM "1 nt of the 1"1111 of % Thuu"I'"lI.! i. .t
is taxes property and load. the taxpayers In District No. 111111, ", 11 "I"A of \UO.\Ol)))) dollm-M" In, 1". .. .r
"Why n 11"
ig it. Pupin asked his on your I I mills for school maintenance ", I" nh\ 1111..1. In.1 for
the
11 I .t put-pone' "
l ami aI.kc'
mother "that we can signal this way ? that of our neighbors. Building I 1 paying: a total tax of 35 mills.In and .16 mill for the interest I'h" r.II",, month. i'WII'rl"I." "I..n.l.1..11.,1, IIIK '", ,' ",, hlllnK. U)'bulh-<

Why is it the sound can be heard cads and schoolhouses' Is neces-. Bradford county the county and sinking fund for school bond the reiordH l of m ,' oltteo, and In true 1.1. nlthln nald ( 'nl'k.
mills and the taxpayers and enrt-eel I to I the IUN of mv Unnvlediie I 1- (111 1'mTt"1 lltlAINI01: > that
62
? through the ground but not through sary but they have been built by j mlllage Is I lenin 1110 coil nty has assessed forcounty lincl Ieltet. I iilno eertlfy Hint, I h. I purNuamc of -.alii'
counties and school districts wltht In District No. 18 pay 23 additional and county bonds m the followInjf Ix list of nil I''muliti'l t.1"11'1 .h.1 I I hl'II date January Int. I
the .
air? Why is it the signals can be .. how the, mills for school maintenanceand I purposes ,l t'i'si I(.nl I'S. I t tlie I In I. 112.1.1\' d..mlnalnn. of ,
.hlwlnt
and hlllH'
I thought of when mills. Special road and bridge .. .. One, 5 I. t
heard in the pasture land so much bet- ,((72 "' ,'h at t the '1' t m.nl -. tI'u ln u4 I ) .oll.r.
B bonds were to be paid and the necessary Improvements making: a total district No. 1 is 'assessed 15 mills I la first I Minted I mm iimoiini' ofHeiurltv and I I .. numbered and 1"\ture I
CRAIG HAZUWOOO
ter than in the plowed fields? Theboy's sinking fund maintained of 75 mills to which must be add- I I t f 111-nlnheil: : 'v".'im.'li niteh 'ilepoHllory. : ,.. follow: .
for maintenance and 10 mils for I I I nnil the t of I Interent Number A mount Maturity.
mother could not answer his ques- and the Interest kept up. When onetaxpl1)'er ed the state mlllage!: of 9 mills bondM. The special school tax' Is |Pull. or .'i'i. lte.l tiring"I.nnl sit 11 inontliov i I One $1,000.00 July 1..1. lUG

tions, nor could the village teacher. However having an defaults on the paymentof making a total of 84 mills. I Us mills. emh, saIl depoHltory An '''' ttintof Two $ I.OIU.OU. (, (. July lt, 1 113 tl'lttee
etirreiit tlally I I liiilani-t'H or time $ ) July Ixt, !>
eager mind and great determination the boy: decided to his taxes the taxpayers who are I Charlotte county has nsseHHed I The counties mentioned form .deioHllH.VIHIenH| I Pour $1,000.00 July 1..1. 1132 1133 1'

go to'America, where he might win an education and find paying the amount assessed to for county purposes 79 mills with average examples: of the tax burden \ mv I 929.!)hiiiul I hiM 28th day i>fI'Vliniaiy .I !Five lx J 000.011 1.000.00l. ) July July let t"t., IJ.

nut tile answers to these and others them not only have to make up 20 additional mills for special road I the property owners have to A. .1. nillKH'I.S, I "V"I 11.00000) July Ixt, 1936

perplexing questions. Hundreds of ed at with the clear questioning the amount of the delinquency of and bridge and special school pur- carry; and they should feel grate ('oiinty I Hiiperlntenilent. Nine"' Kilt ".OUO.I\) July July lt lot,, 1037 I9.1S

I other boys under the same clrcumitancea mind of the scientist. the past year but they have to carry poses making a total of 99 mills. ful to Governor Carlton for the I Tell $$.0IU.11. 11. 193*
state's 9 mills to this '('I'I'f'l: u,' 1''I'I''ln' 'Ii) i'I'i.l lOleven $'I, : oJJIJy let. 1040
and with the same set of Business Requires an Open Mind the burden of the delinquent's Adding the Interest he Is taking In the tax 'UI KII<: "I'ln TwcUe $1,000.00 July lmit.t94t

conditions merely accepted these Second among the essentials tot taxes as well. sum makes a total of 108 mills situation. When the governor has iI alt 'U!."<>,' M 401 ,.IL I Sloth principal and interest shall

things without once questioning sound thinking I would write downan Each year the burden Increases plus city taxes. In District No. 1 llnlHlicd compiling his data he wi "'I.UIII tNt be lu.y.hl. In urold coin of the UnitedHtalcHof
America of the
them Just because they had always open mind. We have mentioned until the limit of endurance has In Citrus county the total county be Informed as to I the actual con ire IN hi'i'f/ltv-given II nil \vh mII I and Ktandunl, at t the I tanoverNuitl.itith preentwcluht
.
done them that way. freeing our minds from the Influence been reached by some of the tax- millage, 72 mills. In Clay coun- ditions. He will be equipped as I I ins V eoiifprn I hat t the U n,Ie,t'sI g "t"h Hank In the City of NewYork. -
think ---- -- - --- will I I I him"'"' proiinreil nnil i''u iiii Kt thepiiHtniwre I unlexH .nld bond are ptirchnxcd -
of tradition. Let
The Land of Education and Success us .... 1-- no other governor has been uiul of Speelul I .."I s Iii t Ion, fur locally, If HO then they wit
also without prejudice of personal when he submits his recommendations the .'nUllv.t HruiHoril. III. of be payable nt nuch bttti k I mug I II"Ulu-
1.' ... ii I I'I.I, refrnlar' see.I.n "' thi lion a. .11..hl. with I purI ,'tt
So a penniless Immigrant boy feelings desires or consequence. How to the legislature, that body iHirlHliiliirp of th.Wtiile of Florida In.I dinner, or 1..1..r., wald bondH to' I II
Let us seek only the truth. Mere to PlayBRIDGE will have actual facts, no theory or I2'). n Mil tn leirnllse. ratify ainitnnthuti i not bear I hlll'rt.t than six
from Serbia at the age of fifteen nnv and, nil lIds nnd dolnicH | percent I't. payable eml- \
un"ul. .
be dis
landed In New York In 1874 and surface reasoning must guoHH work but actual concrete of the Honril. of County ('nnimlHHlonITM i annually.IIW I I .
cOlin tell. Old "can'ts" and "don'ts" facts that will show why such conditions ,of i HriKlfitrd i County., 1..11. In IT ""1'11'11':1 I : OHKAlNKn that '
years later having worked his way discardA I..t"'cl. to the hul"lnl; .r 1.11- I I the form ( b"lul be uxpd at milil.
must be thrown Into the flov-
through Columbia University con have I1cuuel.Vlh I I. nnd the County slice .I t'led .lu.1 bo .Ii hit,an t .h. '
mind will % U In t4tniim Hi-inlford, Coiintv In the ,
man who has an open .t- 4Aa- .- ornor Carlton's advice thlr no 1,1 ly I ro\o\111 TIV1T' I
centrated the wonder and simplicity nnil i-nllfv mid, ( .
of his mind upon the problemof tfo/ a 'great many things because Series 1928-29 by doubt that laws that will I'orre'tthe ,11..1."nth'\ the "'".11-.t"lnA,1.,1'1'. I therefor l by tlon 'I"I'IAL t ('ly IIAI,10'1' ark..10".1.1"0.. I.

he doesn't know they can't be done present condition and prevt-nt! Hiild 1'1..1 of 1'.n.II..I.n'rl, I to 'bo held 12th day of March e'
sound which bad puzzled him as third essential to sound Wynne Ferguson will be with gnlltlev I,. I 1,1., :I A. l >. ).!1.01II."I!> : n cities X to the !
The I
of them .
shepherd boy. The results of his a rt'pctiiol )11"(1 eo-iirtnefH| .1.11f IniKlneHH 11 Uulirlw left of t hun either for ar ,
a thinking Is knowledge-a thorough, Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" -- mm ui.i I Plvl. .html miii cv ,\. 1 II. IIIIIII. no ii. tu Indicate the way ''Iy"l
thinking-what he has accomplished t'12'.i! ', nnil to lemillKe. tnllfy and' ionllrtll ? d."I.e to vote.for .'I 1
for the long distance telephoneand comprehensive understanding 01 -.... -- -- ..G ).....w ..........f I the 1"1""'"' of ...ltinenteH t iltlIndeMeilneHH I $12,00000 hondH for the I,
all the factors Involved In a prob In I the ,""I of W"111" ) l ilMhiHr of a municipal In "'!
Copyright 19.18, l II Boyle, Jr. \ hullllt
for radio communication by y have h *retofore ,
or buy t the I of -
that most ZIFF : whh'l 1.\ I CHy starke. I' '
leni. It has been said :!
his Inventions-are known the : he iHHiied hv I Hiild I.. ofCnitnlv ,iiKiilnxl $ I 2ltttlOlt( :; bond for :
problems answer themselves when e Miss| Opal Lewis ('or. f..nlnl""i", "... of HttnlfordC'HiMlv ,lime 111111'1. of u municipal
ARTICI LE No. 20 huldlnl
"If during the past nnd
world over. Klorliln iindei hylrtue ,
A 'a In t Ih. .i' Hlni-ki*,
been 1.1"11.
the facts have gathered "y
twenty-two years this companyhad .........4. ....... ..... of ",1.11'11111<. 11'11') L"lllTII':1' : ( : that 'II .
Several times these articles have A 10.
well known student ojid teacher oi nia01oUJI.; Clubs ., Q I I ( ( ()I'"Jl'Y COMMtM.HKI.NIOUH I ,. for votlnir ;
been compelled to do withoutone business describes the method ol .Mentioned the Auction Bridge com- 9, 4! Purvis: howls of Jitcksmiit- ) I:' "I"l 111111'I & and, 1"1., '.h.1 11 ,mcc'tiilimtm'e. wllh thutemei'muh
Invention of Michael Pupin." u-titioiis that ire held in London, 3. Z V 21 and A H 27 in rublior rh' I ) ) 1.1011 I I I.WH.r I Im Mtale of Florida. 1
attacking a problem as tearing It vllln, spent part of last week herewith Hy J. ( Ill:
I. I : OUMKHKU: : that
official of the American Tele. nglind; These comix-titions arouse IT.ime. /; bids ( A, I ilialtiijiu.ATTKST | 1'1'lllt':1 i"
an \ ,
A \\ coil .
the problemand r1tTrmlp. hla Mr. und' Mrs. .. IJIIIh."y ,
down reassembling 1. fr .
phone and Telegraph Companyonce he greatest interest and it is nothing Two Li.lluls"i; ; pUI'l'I1' .1 : : >'. A. Hcott be nnd they hereby '
the drawing the conclusion. Therecan inusual lor the number ot contestants B, I 1 '; Z. "Four Clubs": \V. Lewis. I.V.. ,% l''HMAV.. tippolntntl. I I liiMperturM' anil '1'. N. K,1 '

said. "and yet give same be nothing but guess workor co number close to ten tliotm.ind. It A, "Four I Ileat"'hal should Y now Mrs. Dirt Stolks spout Suiidny I MM Clerk.Dnleil iMiii'i-h 4lh A. illicit I: In hereby'; appointed:: 1 del: "'
service It Is giving oday It would 11.1129.. vaiil, election I tn conduct the aalil i'
Intuition unless the unknown would be difficult to ar/'lu.e/ that amount say hoidill""adtl. 7. I Hearts 7; at Gluhul with her IUI'CIIA. Mrami -.- -- 1 'toi'uI .,I i-rh Ion I In itci orilance. wllh I I th. r. 1''

have hncl to spend at least 100. quantities are discovered. I >f interest hereh lust why' in li.ml to U.ulonds.Clubll., 9, 8, 7 6, V ,I. 3. 2! Mrs. O. \V. l iliilrementH'Of.the law of the Mtatanf ,\
000,000 more than It has expended." -.ay. e English 'are more 4. At love ill in first K.inie. wh.il IYIII \ ii) 1.1"1'111 it nit thu Chiirter, of the. '
essential sound think Miss bIn ii It 11 Croovrr !1" -
These Inventions In which millions As a fourth itudioiis ami enjoy working out these should / hi.I. Holding Spades, < Rpena- City .r HIIrl.,
1'Ilearl8. tn Circuit) Court' Twenty-ninth .1-, HI-3 IT : : : that
requires the capacity to gen !'ng a while In Jacksonville with ,
ing 1"LI'I'II'IIIII.nn
of dollars of capital have been "woblrms. Formerly these competition I U I 10 C 6- I Didmollls. A, K, Q, ( 'I I ('lr'II.I I I'uunty1"llr.ll. n "special Council -
lh'hl I"'HU".I
the result of the erallze. How often we have seen ere :lecided bv "plebiscite"- is, Clubs A, K. 0, I Ii'? her staler M rHo Kugene: Croxby.M. { ii 'II.nl..r I of I the I..III Htarke., hn ami the '.'

Invested were men sweating and confused before the correct bid in each case nait .id- 5. / V one tame / Y nil A O 0.V.. lyn) I und son, l'vll. I"in., iiit'l, ,"1', Maine IH hereby calli'd to be held "1 II
thinking of a mere country lad be the chosen the 27 ill second Where Z 'ani, "One I ('IpIIIIUI.I I Iliu I Hlh ilay' of Marcli A. 11. 1129. .
a mass of details which they were tWilled to one by K.I' me. il were allI\IIA to bls'aels' In out at the hour of l-iluht o'clock .

who had the simplicity to wonder utterly unable to classify and crys largest number 01 competitors. lhi Diamond" anil,I A,, "No fid"! "hat I e"lol I Tliuraday afternoon.Mr. John, 'I'. I llutton I ) vt Al. without, further. nollcu lo the nienibHCH 0 tl ,

the determination to know and the method was found to he .unn.it i lactorv. should'say holiiingSpades, A, I. 6,2; ; 1"r.I.I.nl., for i Ihe pni-poHu of cii,,vasaitmg
oi und Mrs. .1. H. Thomnx and :
to apply what he learned. talllze. We have the problem however and the correct bids are now I Ili-nrts. A, O; O, 7., 6, i It I npp'' I nl.lavlt iippeinlculto I the. reliitna; of xalil, election and du- i I
power sorting out the relevant attaining decided hy a majority vote ot five 5. 3 Clubs, K//Li.ulonds. Mr. und Si rs. K. \VV Iteynold anil the bill Illfil In .h.v. ciuixiithnt .hllKIh.I t-i>..ul I I thereof amt ti>

Stimulating the Imagination and a perspective and reaching a con- Hidden, who are selected because of 6. At I"vf all in rubber 13me. what I hldl'll. of (iruharn, sppnt lust Hull Will I It .Halllh I,.I .v, .one'tI by of t-omplalmint tho, defendiintH I I "I hfnte hl I t.' hu.I"M. 0 maycome I
Is
thinking the greatest purpose clurlon that can be defended their standing as experts. should Z bid holding Sijiti I J. 10(I Sunday wih hi r. und hi re. Thomas' immcil,, U> mild cauxi*. I a nonrexlilcnt JIll! IT 1.11'1":1" OltliKflKK.: that ,

of education. What American business against!; any attack To certain The lolloping hands make up the 7, 6, 5, 2; llo.-irts, 8, Diamonds: daughter, Mrs., Dclathu HI tin lug. or cltlx.cn, of t the .Htntii! ofI'lorlilii liolli-e of ..hI tihall bo fflvell.wbli ;
needs more than anything else latest ot these. them |f. 7 Clubs K? Thai his InHt mldreHH 'll I"lleo ulinll I'OI.I..t of thepnbllcntloii
competitions. Q
minds this procedure comes naturally ; Mrs. II 11 I IlnHI und antis sp.'iil k'Hwf ( lt I hiM ," ,." ', .
In. \
and to think over carefully. and 111.1 ke mind 7. At love mfl.in rubber where HUM 1 11112 I ) h;.her xtri'ct. )MouldIliMid \
Is
young men women up your game last week her mother. niiWMpnper In the City of ,, ,
to others training In the solution wih I I that be IN Twcli-, HI"rk"I' .
-Individuals who are not mentally ; what von would do in each instanceThe the bidding 2, "One Diamond": ; "I"'I IV. Thlity day tl'I", to I Ihe dale : "1
of complicated problems writer will give his opinion in I her.et A, "No Bid""a.1; "'Ihrce I Jlearti"; B, : m's. S.'L.1 I'r Hi-ott. ty-ruiH yi'iirn of 1""'. bat I IhiM-e" I. pltvctlon.I I mind I It .1.1 I I have. I the wordjprmcdhiK i .
do not no In I tie Wliitc of .
anchored to tradition who 'pardon
It ttl'KClAUKl.KCTION
Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Thomas and 1"III'I.lf. '
out. article the decision of the "Four Clubs" Z "Four I \ : .
the 1
points way I English ; leurts"; Unown to complainant., ,t.'rvie I of umihpopitn : ; I N I.) )'l'i I CM. 1
merely appropriate other people'sIdeas The Time for Action ;judges and the "plebiscite". vote of "Five Clubs"; Y, "Five l'arl. wK.it dirtiglm ter. I Hazel, were tdiopplng Inlirooker upon,. whom, wo""III.1 t the HIIT! 1"11'1'1":1: OltnAINKD:

but who are hard purpose the essentials of the coml1l"1 iton. A companion: of these ,should U now say, Spades Smut tirday. Hiild dt-frndnnt. Shut till or.II.... .h.\ be In tuil ,! ,
Fifth among IT" IS TIIKHMI'OIHOIHHMllCn I : I: ) : .
ful and un views with that of the reader > 10 6 4 Hearts 8 Diamonds, 6 ] force, and,. 'LI,, after the .,,1 \
thinkers. Independent sound thinking Is the power to ap should\ C I f. : ; ; MI' I'i; moor Stalks all Mr. I.coDyul that the saul ,. Will ,, "dutu of lie piiHHnive upproval.
prejudiced with the ability to con minds I prove miwt interest ing. Clubs. A. I K !I. 10, 7.61 were visiting at (IrnliumSunday. und he lie,...r..II11. I *.I to nl'I'.r In"lk.' The and I i ""J I
centrate and strike straight for the ply. A few Individuals have Z i is always the dealer I and the other 8. At love all in rubber game, what lo thu bill of i-ompliilnt' Illed II .. wa* .1.v.. by u t..ulnl UI.IIIIU.I urln.n"1 \,'

that travel at random or In circles i players\ arc sitting around the table as should Z Lid.I Spades A, K; i-aiiMu on or befoi-H, Monday I h.II'ITMIdny Dm CHy Council: City ofHlnrke ', 'I'.
heart of a problem. nuloinl M'. J.V.. F.HwI.H visiting at of April. A. I I ll> otberwlH<- IhlM of
refuseto was I. 1:1. Ihe mil. day J>euem- )
7 3
minds that even r follow I Hearts 8
Some have : ; l.alonds. the .alli-Klilloim of will heInkeii .
t ..hI .II ber \ I II. 192)*
Business Needs Folk Who Think budge. But there are still others K, J, 10, 5; Club 10! Graham und I Hampton last Sunday I confeHNcil by" I dvffiidIX CV. lloiiVKH. )1', :

America has astounded the worldby through training I : Y : 9. A B one game; no score in second afternoon. n"t. Chnlrmiiii, of City Council, of th*
naturally or
who
aside : A B : Rnme. Where Z bids "One Club" and Mr. Hoy Thomas of Alaehmi wits t r 1"I.IT iit (WPRHIOn: thnt City of : .'\. .'
Its readiness In casting have minds that can be directed I hi.I .rh. 1 pulillMhvd I I once H week I ATTKHT.: ,
: Z : A doubles what should, Y holdingSpndes ,, cotiMeiMitIvo week In lb
disregardIng nay In our section Sunday afternoon for iHradford C. A. t.
traditional: viewpoints straight through/ to the practical A, 7, 6, 4: II'arts. K, 5; Diamonds I I t County 'I''l,'mit't.i,Ii, a newHIiaper CHy 1"l'I'f'l. .

traditional difficulties and pioneering application of their thoughts. They I (DEALER{) Q': Clubs Q /J1 6, 5, 3? Farmers of linker county arc "I of In Kn Hlaiho i,.rnl, llradforil circulation, lull,- TO 'ii H CI.rk.N I INS3IIA ltI.5 M.yon) OP t f

new shortcut formulas In refuse to compromise or to be 10. Z.Y 18, A B nil in rubbr game. planning to try sweet corn Mlnle of l> tO' l':iti:imr CKItTIKV 1: that theforPKolna1 '
the realm of business. Business thwarted In purpose before def | PRIZF HANDS Z bids "One Spade" 'I wo I ": 'Hi ii, Heul of this court.aM '.. ,
Number 129
Is undergoing epochal changes. Ideas has 1. A none game; Z Y 8 and! A B 10 I Hearts". What should Y say l\ol\ <.in< commercial shipment Ih'l yelr. reports 11." I the mime of HV.. Alderman 0'1" arid" pa.Hed by was the
their
Inlte application of ./f. I H. Hum ft. iil.-rk of Court, the .1111 lr"1 t..1
| in second Where the bidding Hearts Q 10 6 5 2 County .gent :: .hlr9J : I I I ..? I the of '
Business are crowdingIn K.I" me. SpuJeB. none; ; :day: of li'ubrunry, A. I H. \ 2r"1 'uul.1 City Kark. "
problems been achieved. i, was, : /, "One No-Trump"; A, "No ", A, K, 7 4. 3: Clubs. A, 8, S > / -- -------- (1 I. W. AIII.IUIAN. l0 th. day ut U.c.mb..r. A. L>. t, .'

upon us so rapidly( that the executive Ills possible I believe for young hid"; Y. "Two Diamonds". ; I B, "Two 11. At love all in rubber game, whereZ Olympia $55,232 contract I .rk f'lrlll I ...1.fy ) C. A. KOTO 11. 9.,

knows not where to look themselves to an "Two A bids "One ].; what shouldA ; ; % .
people to train Spades"; Z. No-Trumps"; No-Trump, awarded for construction of bridge II.N"IN.II'HMAN,' City Cleric .1 1''

for adequate help or relief. With Inquisitive attitude an open mind "Three Spades": Y and B. "No].; Hid"; say holding Spadi-s'. Q.) J J 1C), b: across East Coast Canal. A. H. CIIKWH"; TIIM AHOVIAN1> 1.'OII'.nOIS. ,' II' .

the enormous Increase In size and and the ability to classify and In what should Z say holding Spades Ieartl. 1 K; Diamonds. A. 4' Clubs. Luke Worth Boardwalk along Holltltor for Cumplalnunt. orilliiiince thin the 20th I. hereby, of II'I'.uV.. ,. .'
A.
Intricacy of business affairs the material step by step from 1 K, 7; Hearts K, 8, 6, 4; Diamonds A; t.) 9, 6, 31? ._____________ __-1.1r. :z! I)U. day ". 1. ", j, 1!:
terpret (flubs A, K, Q I f. }JO. 5? 11. Y 28, A B nil in rubber game. ocean beach opposite Lake Worth r. WAM, ,jl.
complicated to Its Oil '! <>K \ I. IIIHI II \ II6 ii IAIO'.1
problems have become so the beginning of a problem 2. Z Y one game: Z Y nil! and A B What should ZIJic. Spades, :4; Casino nearly completed. ; ( t'I' City of Mtark.

and the mass of Information final solution and application. Here. i 2t in second game. What should Z bid Hearts,. K. I f. holl"1 4, 2; Diamonds .- Nolle Is given thnt sixty .Copy :.8.6t-3.1 '

nacessary to their .flotation so then. Is the thought I would leave- holding :Spades:; K, 2; Hearts K, 6; 6, 3; Clubs, 4? till \TV VI l>KIII\TI-Mli: : .:%.l". ilayn titter data livrrby hereof I will II. my, -

great that the "days are not long the paramount need of business It MU''I'II.'. 'i\.\\4iti. a I' Si'I't-: tlaal I lu-rniint and vuch, "trH a. ., NO'I'I'.I <>!" 11"1.uaJ ;"t t'I'
Answer to Pr'oblem No. 23 !>!' Mi IIOOI. t'l ".. mlnlxtriitoi-, In* KHtuta; of W. A. -
for think
enough. The demand managerial sound thinking. Some may UHliMo" with tits I llonorHlilw I

and executive ability Is rushIng I have overstated the case. have IIl'arts- i none For I Ir..r,1 I I'oiintv. for tin.month tlwo,0./,1.. (l.rIJln.,, i'ounty I Ju..K'. \M Wh.I I" I Is.hereby II Mar Klvn.l f'oiirernlNotlcn that t
f Hradford I Florida'
ahead the opportunity for high a standard. They may Clubs I 0.5.3. It".ml"r. 1028. x t a.d .k hull I, on Wednemluy day \.;
set too for lila 1 uml I I. 101
my
DiamondsSpades -8 < ... ...l t'unilMI 11'0.,1 flilmlnlHtrntor.Thl ri. .Ja- of A..mirl I. .\. l II. ItUli.V i.e t I n I ,nnrnbla '
young men and women who have feel that they are merely cogs In a I list I. heKlnnlliK, of "w,1 I h 442X22 eliiil-Kx Cl ieirmce A. Oardlner, County
7 l )t day of l 19211! ,
A.
10
tilIng i month .. it'112.0! J..h. ,
the professional training and) who machine. That. too. Is a part ol 11-i'flDiH I- ;. ':, J uI". of Kiudforil Coulty.10.1'' :
Hearts 9, 8 1 Hearh"1 10 Warrant ilurlnn month 5214.0mm UWAII at hi. the .
develop genuine thinking power Is the problem.! The only way tc Clubs K, 9, 7 : >f t (u"s-1.1.6.4 .... "IHI ui t' nnth, I ,,. 4,ilU.iliMUtrll't a-I- t-.I Artinlnlxtnitor.Notlro the 011'.11-I.rk.' Plorldn, present' .' .u ,

greater than ever. solve that Is to find time and placeIn I Diamonds none t\ Il'l .1hal. __ .' my llnal, return anti make applnntlon : '
month IH.8Si 'll'lI': 1)1" ,
1'IU" t
All business feels the same cryIng the day's work for thinking. Spades Q. 9, 6 : 2: t Spades S. ..i.' .b.slnnlli. < llAilllll :fet.a.Varrnntn .. ..IUtl I Irator for of flnnl the .I..h.rl.JlKImItar a* "lhllui.'I
\ month ... 380.oi' .11.1.
who clearly I curlnl I I" hersiiyglvrfl that Mlxtyilay Whit.. \.:
.
need for the men see m"lh. 4U.2CDl.trlrt ..
I 11 earl. I U. 6:9lO,6 (v..r.r \i : after ,I"t. hereof I will Ilia ntyfinal UI.tJICFC.WIt'm.: .
BANK-
I and think conclusively. Wherever SAVINGS >
: l-H'-nt-l-5 ,
SCHOOL ClimbsADiamonds "" anil an I lOxeiiitor ,
beginning of nuiiilh 84J.RI "ulnt vou'her. ._ .i'
lal -- ------ --- -
: -- --- -
we look manufacturing. MOVEMENT REACHES' ilumiif month, 21172 Untiita nf W i'mleryItavIs : I
.IIH
ING del-mixed, with the I llonorabliirieo. .
Warrant* during month 4HII.IUi.m. : I .NOIH
1
wholesaling retailing. banking IMPRESSIVE PROPORTIONSAlmost Spades I 8,4 .uu of moriih, A. Oardlner, (ntinty Juro. ofHradford Notice U hereby vlven thai I the un-- .. : I
financing-new forces are nt work. Klrli-l \4,. .1Ovnrlraft "I..a County, Florida, nnk i: ilurHlHinril. a. Itflll.tralol',) for the $,
Vast under way Spades lire trumps and Z is in the lead. Ifad the are of clubs Z should! then le.-ul I>FK. .n.nlh. .u 1JI127 tnI hla approval and my final d-! rut ulu of Kate I.ll' iton, deceased. \

movements are H.OOO of America' How can Y Z win seven ol the eight the four of spadei .nd the play is the Kerclptd during month 1U'U3; ehiirg. UB. such 1..."t. I will on I Hie .y of .March, A. '2,I
and executives are seeking light dcfenllel' before. Warrants during month :3X7.47 Till I t day Muri-h. 1AZ1. l I'. l'>2'J. file retiiniN .t.. hl. cuiinta -. ;.
now have school saving tricks against any same as end month __ *!) I.II.I-JHV; ; M. JIAVIS. Its udmlnlHtrator of xnbl' be
schools -
upon perplexing problems dally. operation and Z should lead the eight of ipadei. A Suppose at trik''three A nhoulfl awl I OverdroC l>l.lrll \.,. IHal. 7.2 3-1-81-4-20._ _ Kxvcutor. fore the Honorable i |"orice .tat.A. (lardi'f'f 1. "
In
Let us consider briefly the five banking plans cnn either (a) cover the eight with the the kix of Ie. 'Muldi" I this 'briclnnliiir month __ 10I.44 I ncr, Jiidnre of the County ..tutiie'u u f ;
essentials of a sound thinker. If I about four million pupils are learnIng nine ot spades or (b) play the six of trick wiIlthe itcvn l npudcs ancllbn Ittx-ulptH" during inoiith, ___ KII.H'I '''I'N Ol' lll.Kf'TIONr. ; Court for Uradford County. Plorlda.ut 'J{, .
through this ,, Wnrruntx' durlnir month _..3 ( I his. silll! In the court hoiiN' In
were looking for a young man of systematic savings suades. lead the ace of si-"l. .- li .houl\\ I Hal mil nt month, ? 243,1*' Harold ('. Wall, mayor of Htarke.Florida the City nf Plorld.i, will M.
', of thrift with deposits In excess (a) Suppose A covers with the nine the six of cut nud I the ten of hearts. Itlnlrlrt :>.,. Otlul. l by virtue of authority vestcli I the .nm."lark. apply for"ne flnnl i

exceptional promise I should hop' type of 26000000. recent reporl.lor "i spades.-' Y should plAy the ten and Z should I Li. six of hearts Y healn.ln" month .. 263 .74 election l In me to by hw law held, du at hereby the uall hall tin dl"'barl' n* I.o"ml"I"latur of the '.' 1..t /

flrst to find In him the simplicityto Bankers Assoda .11 the five. Y should now play. the, should l then learlhc eight' of diamond KIM .I/, month month.-. _. __. 102:23S.I9VMiranl : 1.8 I$ In ald ('It)' on 'I'licwliiy, c.ty ii, ,[ all.. th e.t.t. r.I.I.. from t.
I American and
wonder.' Every great advanceI the show deuce jf clubs. B the fours Z the queen If H) plays dimo.cbf'Z wins Hal lllnK, HI:9. to fl iqt.rnlnim whether or not of xulit JaIIIU.. ax adnilnlitrator .

ment In business baa been made by tlon's Savings Bank Division and A wins the trick with the king. the balance of the tri ays th .n,1 "OUIrlrt .. 7Hill. 161.11 :In.th city: amount of Btarkit of 112,000.00 shall lau<*for howls thaiereetlori i I..ted Ihl. the Hh..111.f t" ,

men who dared to wonder who had The schools included In the report A's best lead at this point is the sver five of.diamond., 'tiksas, the trick 1Cl Ix-nrlnnlnn month month, _____ J19.11 of municipal bulldlnic In A.D.11121)IWO'HUW .anu.ry' '. .

are attended by 4609.825 pupils. 01 of clubs, which Z must win leads a thus enabling Z to win the Heeelpl. during _. ."a.1. said city. I < : : c. i.ivi.vtiaro.v, '
month
rile! courage to Inquire Into present th cub. urnuiln' I ilurintr of of the eetat of '.1'Ad"lnl.t.nlo.
Inttpm-torn *uli| election :
3.9S0.237:! are participants In, Y and following suit. Z balance trick. Bui. sfld! month _. 21K.4/ A.V'I' .
Kate ,
audacity whoa .e. I H. Humphrey, .". A. \ ,
procedure and who had the lead the of hearts which b tri k A plays the I IH rl4-t Ko.. .nd.r.un. I. t Llvl'l.ton. .. .e..1,
school savings banking plan- now queen on ( ) Suppose at < one, I OU, ; T. N. I !:. _=
K.norh'K. __
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the t. __._ _
to something that bt-w. month 3.94l'It't" _
ask whether ov.rlr.rt -
the of should the In .
During the yea Y should discard five cu1. six of spades. Y play seven flurlnw month 21.60Vnrruntx testimony ." I '
had been done a certain way fora as depositors. Ir .->t-d B following mi it. Z should J of spades and allow Z to win the trick. \ durlnir month 2.00 .ubHRrlne. my name emil raua, theal 'Wl) I'l'I3 TO l1Flit'oltq: ,\\U "'Iin.
Interest of city to he hereunto '
long time might not be wrong. these pupils received i lie four of spades and Y wins the next Z should then lead tic! four of spades I Hal. uml n'ntSuisinsri'i! Iv.uu n* .
Although the of America's the amount of $347,610: on their deflalts. 1 mo spade tricks with the ace seven of and Y wins the next two spade trick >... .It A. J>. 120.ILtOrU .rf f :
history .
Overdraft l lir month Nolle* I I.
t2.7., C. WAF.r hereby irlven that alt
progress from Its very discovery to >i.de.t Z disturdinv the six of hearts with the ace ten of spade 1.hlll. I'ftiel|.tn diirlntr' month, ._ u !Ol Mayor.. i creilltor. J Iistrtbulwe.l and I
the The reports gathered by the I' n the last spade. H i* forced to make discard the four of clubs and %Warrant ilurlnic month __ l ATTI-y: .I peraon.llle.' claIms airalnnt '

the present time has shown also show that there ar- t.io discards. The first discard should of hearts. Z should dild the six of I fv.rdr.t t">il month _. tOI.OII C. A. ""11'c'U (HEAL) Kwrat of A. J. Cowart. d..na.ed 1
'alue of mind there Is soclatlon of IMalrlrt as,. IO City ( late nt County. '. 1 '
an Inquiring States Ir t>e the eight of clubs but the second hearts. Y should now the eight J-n-I-a-I. Jradtnr. a
United Ila S4.1.37 "
tlll an Inevitable tendency -.-. 41.ID i iOIII'.1 claim hereby to..Iulr.the to present( en.t heir A', ,1 L .91''4[ I
cent .1.1 M' *IIIDIl: *20mu j Uon.rabl.
men to accept In docile mannerthe which a full 100 per the jack ol clubs, Y'. t? of cubs Z will next four tricks.If I Warrant dllnl month ____ :.O", I llardlner. County Judge ot Ilradford ]' I
school enrollment Is participating Y takes hal sail 6 ... C.jonty. Florida I for his '
of
grammar i.i he discards the f fiJ of B plays the five diamonds approval
supposedfacts :
methods, I lrlr< IT : : : ,
opinions bank go lll. fl IIftaL I tKMKMHRUt-n. That nt within one year from date hereof
in school savings Z's diamonds are th-trick and puts Zin the lead with the montn 14.01 regular of the ( ('oun1 .
procedures and of < go. I Illnnll" a m.nl :11 or thin nolle will b* held In bar f '
processes lor. The figures covering high: In .:thr cose, tiirc: .( the to
past. With due reverence in 41 cities 10 the of the and heart tricks. Flayed in this I Warrant during month ')1.0 .-.unIY. 11.hla. held on to calil ieceae eatat are required I' '
the effort the spirit. the accomplishments schools show that ct trick. A should lead YZmustwiaalltb.etrickabutthe Ilul.. .nd month 40,1' day of ri r. A. t>., 19211, at It* .pay acme forthwith to the under ly
of the attendance In til. Suppose trck thre. way 1 IHmlrlrt \.. 19 r. ular mvctlnapine* 'In the City of'' signed admlntitrator. 2'
of the past. let us make per cent back the eight of hearts. Z should win I king o c b Pal. r>"lln'"IK month, 804.27 Stark, al eight o'clock p. m., there This llth day of J".arv. Ifir

*t our rule that everything be look class are school savers- this trick with the queen of hearts and I K. .'.> ddrln. month 1".01 Ixlnaprenonl th' followlnir mmb N. D- WAINWRIOHT-
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4'it PAGE EIGUT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPn, STARKE, FLORIDA FlnD.UJURCJ[ 8. tmTf ::")

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Bradford Telegraph years and It Is to the splendid Can Be Made in the Home
County I J work of the owner of the Bradford .. Useful Articles That

Established 1877 From Other Pens ( County Telegraph Mr. E SMatthews .

I I : that this order wan Issued
__
) by the ""Interstate Commerce
Published Weekly cn Fridays and Entered as Second Class Com mission."Keeping everlastingly
Ocala Manner gives the Starke
"r Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida at It brings results, and Maj.Matthews .
Telegraph a new name rolls It the

E. S. Matthews\ .._.. __ __.____.___. -----Owner and Publisher "Starke Ifelegraph." Should have haM Illustrated that
[ when you know yoti\ are on (the
r'1. C. Robinson .. __ ...----- Managing Editor 1 added one more "L" because it Is right line you must eventually win
-- -. -- I some "hot sheet" .-.. Palatka
-- your rights! ?Folkston (Ga.) Her-
)Y SUBSCRIPTION HATE Times-Herald. ald. :Nv/1J

0- ..._
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: i $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance
4 Yearly, ; Atlanta bag a "perfect man"- Respectfully suggest that among }

:l Advertising: Hates on Application and lie's In jall.--.Tampa Trbune.I : Mr. Hoover's first acts as president .t7)J It i r j

t 1 (, .. And the only other "perfect: man" be recalling tho troops from Nicaragua : pY ji
I IH dead. lie was some woman's
and plao'ng; them In Chi i
It's President Hoover and ex-President!: Coolidge.
lint husband! -Olades County cago.---Starke Telegraph Heads ii': rI WJL
.
:' 0 Democrat, witty, hut go well Informed a man

., r "nUj'H] Raisins Corn"-headline. Girls raising: Cain? 0TodaY'll -- ,,8S tho editor of the Telegraph 1
above the average, para- should, not write It. Mr. Hoover '
0--- graph: Hell may be paved with can recall the marines from Nicaragua .

Bedbugs seem to run strong in sonic PanAGraphers'minds. good Intentions but that 'H no tea or send them to Nicaragua.He :. r : .r f :... ..i
Held should
why Congressman
Hori them
can't send to Chicago nor
t figure that Lake Okeechobee ran unless __._ ,
I any other American city, .
0-- be dammed with data.-Fort My\ .," "
the state In which that city Is located '
.
;,, ,, Largo Sentinel started last week with Number one of its ers Tropical News. asks for them. Remarks ':> ff. ,: !i' }
.. .. .
--0- "_;g.z.t-; :: ....... >II I-
eighteenth year .ibuut sending marines to Chicago, "
.. April 27th has been chosen by Hflrrln, or other towns in which! ,! l .;: "
onradcnton I .
Mine host John Parkes for the '
unwise ,
disorder is rampant are "
Herald refers to 100 miles an hour as "break second "annual meeting" of the there Ignorant -- '
because are many
..
Florida' Pa-KAG-rupher's Leaguefor and shellac boxes! on with cheap glues, or pnsteeapt i ,,,
; neck speed" Correct people who will take them seriously. Boudoir boxes are now enjoying an Clean, smooth
. f'J __ thin year. The meeting at New \ .-Palm Beach Independent. Immense popularity. They Include inside and out. Cut wallpaper (radio to come off when the box a i ""DI
r"- Port Itlchey will doubtless be glove boxes, stocking boxes, jewel design is shown above) panels for used.
gip t --V--- I hat boxes, shoe boxes, or sides % Inch to lap over Hanging shelves! like the on'h l
Among the pictures scheduled last week : The Dummy JUchey-er than them all.-Largo boxes, any allowing
; v I Thing. are slowly but surely box. originally the manufacturer's ends, top and bottom. Glue In place. young lady Is shown painting -,ve,|
all talking, with Ruth Chatter-ton. Sentinel. coming Florida's way. We have container, that is convenient for hold- Cut panels for ends \:4\: inch less than are very easy to make and can i 1)1 ''UI

S'I' 0 --0- just been granted a higher tariffon Ing boudoir acces orles. width, and one inch longer than up most anywhere to hold book :vc-
kl 'Sweeties are like some cigarettes Imported peanuts, the state A complete set of them, bought in depth of box to allow >/a Inch lap a-brac china, etc. When painted ,; j
The only uncertain thing we have been able to find abouta : they're mild, yet they satisfy. railroad commission has won Its a New York or Paris shop would cost over top and bottom. Lepage In place. 1 decorated with a wallpaper, or mod.ernlatlc
Fi t a grapefruit squirt is destination.. Clermont Press. On the other i fight for better transportationon considerable: but, if you follow the Cut paper panel for bottom \\ inch design they are exceeding],
long
q+Qif a r hand, some sweeties are like some and the Interstate directions that have been recently less than size of bottom. Glue In place ornamental to any room. The Urn
r n -pa -- other cigarettes-they're toasted. strawberrrles, given out by a well-known interior Then cut strips of pink lining paper shelf In the one pictured come 11,
commerce commission has decorator snd artist of New York, you for all Inside corners, and for bot- Inches from the bottom and thr 'cp
Miamian by the name of Wildgoose is being sued for divorce -Ocala( Star. And what whale I
? gianted a reduction for re'frlgera-; can make them yourself, and In thp tom, sides and ends of box and glut shelf comes 3% Inches from thio
because he wouldn't stay home. of a difference a few scents make. lion charges on Florida fruits and modern designs that are so much In in place. Let dry and shellac.In The middle shelf Is 9'Inches' 'neioi

wO -Clermont Press. .vegetables This reduction In effect vogue. All you need is some wallpapera using light paper. be sure to Lhe top shelf. In putting them ,into '
-0- means the saving of $10.80on tube of the best liquid glue six :Illute your liquid glue-best obtain- the dado joints In the sides br 'urt
Nm' ,,1'' To get prohibition officers to destroy more stills give each That St. Louis couple who returned '!- car of citrus frluts shipped sheets of gold-flecked paper, shellac ible-with water and spread ot. :o glue them carefully before a.

a !1 of them a big block of stock in a copper mine. home from a bridge partyto every after April 18. Based on last and of course, the cardboard boxes -moothly with a brush. Paper put Ing them wi'li smajl wire nulls

on' their front .._
find a baby this
season's movement of citrus, -- ----- ---
0---- porch haven't figured out yet saving of $421,000 on licultural experiment station\ at phase of Its operation, In "idi.!

\ If spooning caused Lindbergh to crack up what will happen 1 whither they got the high prize each means season's a crop. The reductionalso FIRST FLORIDA Gainesville; harry I Lee linker, tlon to fire prevention: the u- 'I'

has ( ,Il when a bunch of amateurs take up the game? i or the booby. --Ocala Star. At applies to berries, vegetables; former forester 6f Florida; Sherwood lion Is carrying on other wui-,; ''II'
leant !It Isn't up to them to do the melons and other fruits. The ber- APPLICANTC. J. Hall district i manager,
,
o cost of which Is meets
lndi-i" lid
Miami Reach Sun.
squawking1.- and H.
wall: save $18.80 per James D. Lacey Company
+ P ; News items tells of German men preparing to oppose -a-- car ry shippers and the melon growers $6.96. M.T.' ;.. CAMPHarry M.\ Sebrlng district: forester of dently) comprising forest I linnrnvt.ment .

flappers They should cultivate a sense of humor. Senator HeWn referred to some It means brighter days for the Florida. through planting, thinning
the other day
-o-- newspaper writers Florida grower.-O'ala Star. Stressing the necessity for strict drainage/; of low areas! and "little' squirrel heads. It wouldbe I Clinton Sandlin of Willis-
!
AH
control of reforestation as' an eco- tons:! of allied nature.
-
1 1' 'Tilnes-Union tells of a whiskey case being thrown out ofa Interesting to know what he i|, From all-v-indications- the watermelon ton has won the distinction of being nomic necessity, \Mr. Gwtnn spokeon -

"$ ; Texas court because someone got the case of whiskey before thinks of the others.-Plant City I I ( crop In Florida this year the first young man In the en- Forestry and State Heaut'.fica-: New water supply system -om>

court convened. Courier. From what we have read Is going to be the largest in the tire state of Florida to ask to be lion Mr. Bilker's subject was for- pleted and ready for use in Apa

of Senator lleflln, we have obtained history of the( state. Plantings seat to the next C M. T camps, according est fire control In relation to the lachicola.Leesburg.

o the Impress'on that he never I I are now beln,!\''made\ In several sections / to an anouncement just management of forest properties.The 14 carloads! ot .'aft-!-

.: ? There's always something to take the joy out of life. On thinks.-Palm Beach IndependentLet and in other sections made by Major General Richmond fire fighting apparatus used bage shipped by Truckers AHHtlon. ('

1r windy days when a feller wants to keep his eyes wide open o- lay we ground is being prepared for plug P. Davis, commanding the Fourth at Penney Farms which: covers .
us hope that some Lake Worth Reconstruction ,
ing the seed In the ground.; News Corps Area. 120,000 acres where lire\ louses are !
the sand is awful.IlIuminatel will be able to sing, "Oil, Oil! I of hall progressing rlllldilSouth
comes from Bronson that the 11ttendccl Camp Before<< I the lowest ,In the state was inspected city
a Oil! !-Palmetto News No largest acreage of watermelonsever Harry Is a veteran C. A!. T. as well as the fire tower Jacksonvfle New ,son'

I w''t A } ice cream is the rage in Washington. The chance for a Democrat to sing In planted In Levy county Is be- camper having!; taken the basic observatories which are a part of once! opened to public.
't 'y that cho:>.--Starke Telegraph. ing put In the ground, and during; course at Fort Moultrie, South the equipment. The visitors, droveto Madison: X-ray machine idd-
last city in the world where it will ever be necessary to call This section of Florida which happens the past few days many thousand Carolina, last year. When he applied Starke for further Inspection of ed to equipment at Dr. Yates ,mtnrltim. :-

for a substitute to get "illuminated." to be Democratic is already pounds) of seed have been eft. In last year he was too late for ; fire control systems.The ) .

.. o singing;! : oil-tung oil.-Gainesville 1 the Morriston vicinity: alone more an Immediate appointment and I Black Creek Forest Protective Fort Myers New newspaper 1'
3
Dally, Sun. than 1,000 acres' will be planted, could only be named an alternate. Association, of 185,000 published here by name of ''Flor1
The fact that every section of the country is represented S _-0-- I it Is tat d. ",A large acreage is Fortunately" for him, at the last acres, was formed at Penney l ida Hungarian Farmer."

'.t in ]Hoover's cabinet except the South shows how little the Re Jlggs: of the Tarpon Sprngs: ; also being planted in the Wnilston: I' moment his pr'ncipal could not Farms May; 1928, and was the ,,

publican party ores for Southern Itepublicans.t Leader promises that his at paper the I'Chiefland ,ana i Hrouson districts. !I go to camp and Harry was sent. first of Its kind In the state. Its
fully
will be represented Among those itanting; at Bronsonare Ha resolved not to take such a foundation was the outgrowth of
n,0---- next meeting of the Pa-KAO-raph- Sheriff W. II. Wh'ddon and (chance at disappointment this the belief that reforestation will VISIT

!GSM, Farmers who buy stock now instead of selling because: ers at New Port Hichey. And In County Clerk L.V. Drummond, year and Immediately after returning prove profitable and of the desireto

'1 of the campaign to' eradicate the cattle fever tick will more I Just what condition,be Major at the, Is Florida the- C. W. Gilbert,. }<'. B. Marshburn, A j home from camp on July 18th make reforestation a further ERROL ALVAREZ-'

delegation going to P. Hardee Henry n. Coulter and last year he submitted his request contribution to the South. The association -
double their the months.
than during coming here-Lake
p money Press meeting others. Alachua, Dixie, Suwannee, to attend the camps again. \ was Inaugurated through BARBER SHOP ?r''

C) Wales Highlander. Madison Hamilton, Bradford and'I Above Average the efforts of Mr. Baker and \Mrs.

Gainesville Sun brags on Alachua county (cabbage probably -0-member of Union counties in North Florida, Camp records at Fort Moultrie Hall. The program Is being executed Just north of City limits o.
I Mr. K. S. Mathews, will also have a large acreage!; to last year show that Harry made a under the personal direction\ Highway 13
because the editor has to eat them. Later! he will have I commission, has every -
the railroad fine record. lIe was rated ,
watermelons this year it Is sald.Tme very ot John P Hall, vice president and
something good to say about the cigars he has to smoke. reason to rejoice In the victory -Unlon. above average In three or six dif- Carl T. Furlow, secretary and
and
won In the strawberry rate o- ferent subjects. He Is a junior in Hair Cut 35c
J t. -0 treasurer.
t at
Is
.. service case. Ills home and Wllliston high school this year.
i Lake Worth Herald advises its readers that "what the north The agitation for more The association Is cooperatingwith \
of the
a Starke, In the center cheaper ..politicians: having; about After attending three more camps both the state and national Shave 15c Tonic 1.'ic

', boll weevil; did to Georgia's }pocketbook is nothing compared to Florida strawberry section. With reached Its culmination in the pro- and with limited other require- governments In its work. The aid

:. the blow that Jack Sharkey dealt it Wednesday night." express service Starke New York can now City put 41 posal that the state go: into the ments he will be eligible for a from the state and government Neck Clip 15c
In ni
strawberries This printing business, isn't It time commission as second lieutenantin came through tho application; of
: o hours after loading them. the some one advocated state owned the organized reserve of the U. the Weeks law whereby they contribute Hand Massage 3Jc
In
Times-Union says u tax i is proposed on bottles, caps and will make a vast difference the grocery stores? For long our S. Army. annually to the cause of

corks in an effort to discourage the making of home brew in condition of berries reaching IncreaseIn groceries have been costing us Goes to Fort Screven fire prevention within (the association Shampoo ..7JcJ1
.1. market with an attendant This Harry will be sent to
As
-Ytrx;; ..I : Michigan. Like other "luxury" tuxes it would be passed on price.--Florida. (Tallahassee) more there than are more we wish people they who did. eat Fort Screven year Georgia, to take the amount area toward an the agreed total per expenditure acre-

,_ ., :, to the cousumer. State News._ groceries! than ,who use printing, I Had Course. The summer campsare of the association\ for this

-0--- n it seems to us that the polltcos! are a particular treat to this young -
I When science contributes a new overlooking a fertile field.-Lake man because he has to work after (JJjDI'1r'EjrIJQf1X!:! ::: Zrll'lilttt!! !: tiII'tflra'JTJDIJl1f: :>SffiKIQiBf52fSS3fM, !) !i: I
r Wonder what would happen if some medical student Invention to the world that lightens !; 1 Highlander. -A state print- school hours and so most of the I 'Il
Wales ; l
I would cross a quart of moonshine whiskey with a pint of nitro- the labors of mankind or addsto ing omce looks very alluring to the year does not have much time : JI

., : glycerine.-Times-Union. Increase the kick of the quart about the joys of loving, It usually noted the unthinking. The biggest state for sports. lIe is telling other I n( F

{ one-half bears the mime of some printing office!\ In the world Is the boys how the camps begin: on June : I i s
rt' percent. man. and little credit la given government pr'nting office In I 13th for a whole month of outdoor I st
6 who con-
; ------ 0Miami's -- those countless toilers Washington: and it Is a well established life. Including physical exercise, ,

""' 1 largest theatre was held up during the visit of Ir hided their mite toward Its evolves per.- fact that the governmentloses training In citizenship and leadership r 1 1k 1t

'"d ; the state legislators and the box otllce relieved of over $3,000. fectlon.new When tax plan the 1 legislature for; Florida, the money heavily on it every sports and recreation and ,with under I
a. Letting state printing out expert supervision J1 It
? The next night armed guards patrolled the corridor separating law may hear the' name of one or year.by contract Insures lower prices all necessary expenses paid by the

1 p the quarters the two men but it will be the productof It also causes government.
; Y occupied by senators and representatives.: the bent In the and better work. I t
minds as t
many and pressmen to obtain Young men from the fifteen
that printers
o on
state are concentrating work their merits and not by most northwestern counties ot i .
1 At the Orlando fair last week the colored farmers of Dra
_
f ;,,, t ford county won second\ place with their farm exhibits. Marion ----.fl- the standard pendent. while those from all the rest ot
Palmetto News says tile state go to Fort Screven, Ga..I|J ;
t i county took first place, Alachua county third Three good column Is 13 ---0-- -" t
single\ ; newspaper I : : UOI.1tI Information about the camps'and Ii '
MOlir.HNVOOIIMK.N
I' counties with about the best farmers of the colored race toe ems wide The News should have : IMIMHVTANT JIFF:: :"r1NH application blanks can be secured ,

: -. be found in the entire state. sa'd the 13 em column was the I,, by writing either to Colonel /,, 1 I r __ --_ ;. j
4 t the days of the Washington '
'.': standard In Tele Camp No. 16394 Modern Woodmen -' Cioorge; .. Baltzell 340 St, James jI
; u: o ; hand press.--Starke of America held an Important Building. Jacksonville, or to !Mr.
Paragraphers make fun of the old-fashioned dresses that graph. The News, hlght; have continued mt'etlnlIn: the Masonic hull Thurs B. C. RIley at the University ot I

used to button up in the back, and forget that about fifty and declared illumination that a candle, the day evening; Feb. 28, at 7:30: I Florida, Gainesville. j when men'
standard
.a) years ago men were wearing shirts that buttoned up the the the standard rapid transIt o'clock.: Interesting addresseswere I
horse car Mrs. F. F. Stump FOREST
delivered by GROUP
leat spinal column.-Times-Union. And also made good use of and the wood cut the standard than consul). and Mr. John S. Andrews. talk business

safety pins at one period of their )lives. of Illustration. Today more body K. M. Hooks and Maj. Julian L. ENDS SESSION f
cent of newspaper
SO per rom
Peek elected delegates (
either,\ 12 ems were
matter slugs are set
r ) Chairman of the state road department asks hunters to 11 1.2 ems.--Tarpon Springs the local camp as representatives
or to the county camp to be held In Convention delegates| Visit Pen.ney
It is
stop shooting signs along the state highways. Sportsmen are Leader.. Starke April! 3, at 10:00: o'clocka Farms.Jacksonville. a real pleasure to us to have
o-- I
; r not doing this target practice, but !some: half-wit sport with a One of the main lt.ms that will\ m.. at which time delegates to -- you come here to talk busi-
to be held in Jacksonv111e March. -Over over
the state camp
,, ? car, a bottle, and gulf and a desire to show his flapper friend determine the growth ot towns in M..W' wilt be elected. 300 delegates! and members of the

;,..r .lt. ir his proficiency at hitting the targets at sixty per. And cities In the future will\New be The following: local-camp officers American Forestry Association I ness deals, asking our advice upon I
p landing fields' and airports. meeting In Jacksonville for the
were elected:
0-- for the year
air lines are being esabltshed\ almost F. F. Stump, Consul. past two days concluded their con- problems that you are not certain
Arcadia Arcadian notifies Its subscribers that subscriptions every day, and those towns
tiH'
C: F. Hoover Adviser. vention yesterday with a luncheon how 1
will be discontinued on the date of and cities that have good; \ landing; 'at to handle. Our facilities
; expiration, on account E. M, Rooks Clerk.J. the Penney Farms as guests of are
"r of collection troubles. The Telegraph adopted the cash- fields and airports will\ get these It. Illicit Hanker. the J. C Penney-Gwlnn Corpora-
at all In the line yours to
lines It they. are use whenever
Julian L. Peek Kscort. tion and a field trip to invest'gatethe you wish.
P + y in-advance plan eighteen years ago and do not believe our of travel Montlcello Is admirably iiIs
Dr. W. E. Mtddleton, Physician work being done by the Black
r :subscribers! would want any other )plan of payment. situated to be on some of these Luther O. Powell Watchman. Creek Forest Protective Asoscla-
but unless she does something ,
.n o lines Louis II. Hill. Sentry. tion. BANK
to attract them they will go OF
I ; Trustees: W. E. Torode 1 year; The- luncheon was presided over STARKEA
If Florida citizens want to eliminate some of the useless to other nearby towns.-Moutlcello -
{ John S. Andrews, 2 years; S. R. by Burdette G. Lewis, vice preal-
ti' ; taxes they are now paying, consolidate two and three of the .News. Johns 3 years. dent of the Penney-Owlnn Corpor- ROLL OF 1

smaller counties and get rid of some more surplus office hold _nAn The camp's regular meeting, ation. JH$ .HONOR BANK

*t ': ers. Good roads make it possible, Governor Carlton can reduce Is the achievement securing for worthy the Florida time la the first Thursday( eveningIn Speakers included Ralph W.

::s1t state taxes some but the 9 mills state tax is only a drop strawberry growers each month. poration Cwlnn. vice beariiig president".his name ot the; Karl cor- Make It a Habit to Meet Your Business

I i in the bucket compared to county, district and town taxes express service. This fight! to Leesburg Building permits Lehmann. secretary of the Orange
Florida on equal terms with sued in this place during 1928 Friends
ranging from 35 to 200 mills. !states has been going on other t taled $187,141 IS-I County Wllroon Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Here.
I Newell director of the ag-
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