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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[ Florida Goes OverTheTopInC.M. i I Berry Shipments LEGISLATURE MUST jSegrave Makes ROAD 28 CONTRACT TO ::11



Total 62 Cars; TACKLE BIG PROBLEMS i 231.36 Per Hour BE AWARDED IN APRIL

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I.IIO'04: (,?;mrls 1'ifnn' I"lul'k.I.lIw. I'"I/II..hIllIUI: / )"'elf*. \\',, 'lit'M, SpxMMlMurk --- ---.

toy Section. HrliiKliiK $HW,. '1'11\1'' )..1111111.'.'.., Hlu'ln'non I ('Oil ills. nt l>n>toiia.Ocean Bond Election Tim Telegraph was advised in a

|"\\ .II l)"'|Mirtflient Congratulates; 2ua.11' : to (iroucr. Major: IvNiict.Tumpa I wire Thursday morning; from Major -

(;oiKTiil Davis On Ivordvlu If the word abroad up and down i Speedway, 1I't011Ileal'h, H.: S. Mutt h.'wM lu Tullahas- ,

"KolltllCMlNt.miiltaneously' I Berry hlpments from the StarkeLnwtey ( Tribune,.) the state means anything, the ROVeruor ; : "'Iuridll.111': 11.. -Major II. O. I 1). Defeated 57-31 see that ilu stain road department "'

section have passed' I may say soim-thlng about : Ma flrst official I
SoKrave! made 111<- I
What will the }Florida legislature plans' 'lu let contract for surfacing!
with a wire of 141 cars or a total of 872,160 the eltm'natlon of some ollloes and : sault; upon the world's' speed rec- Tui-Hchiy'H' bund Hecllon to provide I''
do when It meets In biennial session : of road'H:! from Sluike to Lake
illation from the war dement lord, when h.. sent his RiantI
today
quarts br.nnlng: ; to the growers about cutting some o \\l'ers' tees $12.000:! for constructing a
Richmond next: month ,I Golden; Arrow machine skimming Puller ul the April meeting of the
) to General P. S214.740.0S. Of tills total'Bra 107 which. 1\8 a mutter' of record in now city hall and Jail was defeated;
the Fourth What will Governor Carlton say i i over the I or-i>ai) "speedway' here; 11I" board. The wire also curried the i iIntol'matlon
commanding rolled during the two weeks; many Instances have been exhor- of 231.3it: roles nil hour. by a vote of Iii to 31 n very I light
In his first message to the 1 lawmakers speed that I the section of:
:' P" Area, on Louisiana: being ending Wednesday night. Shipments bltant. I" Taking n four mile rolling Blurt vote being: polled. At I the JU Id-
? road from Stnrke south to Grnn-:
dreg. slate to secure Its quota : for the week ending Wednesday CountOntcpiH Pear ('lit made bin first official
Segrnve mouth meeting" of (tho coifucll, ,
din would be let at the following
were divided as followsLawtey. The answer to both question Is: This rumor which has gained to ;
C. for the north after test run
T. u
he (c M. applicants run
197.760 quarts Starke, wide credence has caused! not lit plans for removing (the city and meeting." I
; Plenty Including; taxes nuances the south end of the course. With+
( 1 1 \i I Hummer, Florida was reported consternation in certain county ,, Jail to other quarters will\ bo taken Thin Information given !Mr !Matthews -
gut 178,288 quarts. Freight shipments :flood control, race track gambling tle 11\ terrine/! roar, ho flushed by the
e '1 going; ; over the top in applicants amounted to 30 cars from Law- and green fruit. otllces over the state. Those who grandstand, und disappeared on up, It being necessary to rent quarters by Chairman Bentley assures -

/ 23 from Starke. balance going have been living off the fat of the ; for the time being; The difference an early start on snrfaoliiK :
| rat" the same campe.ll1' ley, ; With the convention of the ; down the speedway to the north
; In n tax levy for a new city of this Important link of highwaycunnocthlg
ll1' Following the name sequence asia by open express pony refrigeratorsand term set for April 2, as little more ,, fee system have been making! frantic lend. Ills time for the north run

I | i year but in much less time trucks. Average price for the than three weeks away, the program efforts to Justify their existence. I was 15.55; :\ seconds.Ingft.rupldly hall or to pay rent ou quarters( In the central portion of
n the only a small fraction of u mill\ ItWI1H the state with east coast points.At .
than was the case then Florida period 28 cents quart, a total of for what promises to be; a i They have been terribly busy
months and have drawn .pointed out Tuesday, the only (the meeting held recently to
p has followed closely on the heels $105,293.44. history-making gathering; Is being; last few
;. crystallzlng; sentiment; difference being that an assessment adopt the tentative budget another -
01; I Louisiana In filling\ Its quota Previously reported( 496,112 shaped and reshaped all over the lengthy Itemized reports to illustrate \
p satisfaction and. against the practice. will he mode to provide the ;city section of road 28 from (!rand Into
It the coming; C. M. T. Camps. !arts. state. Organizations' are heformed to their own
i tn" ,
More and stronger teeth for enforcement with sheaf of rent Instead Florahonie added In the
376- the court, the .satisfaction a receipts was <
a I'm! procurement campaign having Sh'pments to Wednesday and bills are being drawn ''If it please
of the present' law with of a new building. construction to be started thisyeast.
that
n started on March 1st, Florid.f." o48 quarts. for a mighty assault on the capj- of the legislature; .
drasfc(I : penalties will I be nought .- -- The construction of new
r' trrh" a quota of 539 had In five Total. 872,160 quarts. tol with a prospect of much ora their work Is highly; beneficialssseutial and H\\K: oi- "S'l'tRklF:11'14, : : : it
from the legislature to restore confidence
I is
; bridge New liver -
across provided
mosubmitted a total of 58!) ac- Total receipts $214,740.08.With to the Htnto.
tory. MVIIM: :'" OK IVfTHIttXT: :
in l Florida citrus and reI "
In I till I
11aRtenlnK' will tell the I for I year's budget
table and tentatively acceptable warm weather ('ai'lion To Ulsruvs I'timnrrs[ Governor Carlton
build markets lout' by fraud t and aside for thlap0l'poee
bo I $35,000: being set
i' ,,u,illrailons, This definitely Rives I the rippnliiK; of the fruit and ;setting Nobody knows what Governor legislators that something; must I misrepresentation.: Honor hull think" 104 I Mating I Illu(; ThlH contract will likely

3 I I ida( the distinction( of being t the of new blooms, the heaviest Carlton is going to say the flrst done about the schools and othflr buxlnoss.iluxes HUMJ Season.For .
serious
I After thin l more bo let In time for use" w tit'n surfacing -
will remind'
mil' btate of the eight in ti the part of the shipping season ishead yet time he meets with the senators Mute Institution He flood control und .M
flnanopH opoiatloim are complete.
the 4th Corps of the with prospects lie Is not given them that full-length t school\ 'lenvm /
i '"< least comprising growers (and representatives" trees fruit 1 Is out of the way the I ho convenience of strawberry ---
\ rto secure its quota In a rec- /good: for several! weeks shipping : much to talking; beforehand, are absolutely necessary to Flor legislature will\ turn to another /growers wo lire extending 'l'IlI'\SI': II\' Hr..\:\(-i 1'; 01" I

",ii ,d{ 'nine In all\ probability, this season at good; prices. but it is certain that a large; partof ida's future. will problem, equally Important 1 but I our closing hour In 4 o'clock I p. m. "' '1'\1'10;; t'i' ,\ MII,i.iovTalhihiiHHOf :!

i i")ril( will also carry with It then his message will deal with tuxes: One way to get them ho the n lighter vein to the majority of dully during/ Hie leiiiiilnder; of thoHhlppiiig

.I .unction, of being the second II.: \LTII IIOMK: : 1.'Ol'SHJoH: and finances. It is: likely that his xay is to. put more money inreasury. he i"'loridltlns---legalized race track I season.To >, Fla, \Mar 9.An

.iiiin" in the Union in this accom TO KSTAItMSII CAMP entire message will be built from This can be done Rambling. It probably will bring take care of our large IneHHo Increase In (the Florida state treasury t'

plishment. AT KF:1'STOIHIIIIB: : : n. busts of those topics. 'will!\ explain, by ('ol1l'cllnmore/remind I the brightest; : fireworks of the HL>HRlon. .." In biiHlneHH anti, give t-very- balance lust month of over a

Mr I3. C. Riley of Galnesvll, He Intimated as much here last taxes. And lIe will then ono prompt service wn hate found million dollars. was repotted today'a

'ivlliun aide for the state of Florida St. Augustine, March 10.-Oeo.V. winter before he laid down his 1 law : the legislators!: that a large collected.oiil \part of. These pyrotechnics( may flare liP It t iie.cc>SHary to open nil additional by Slate Treasurer W. V. Knolt.

and Colonel George F. Dasell I. Tibbltts owner of extensroperties books to take the governor's; jidontha : the taxes are not 'being Limit sputter and KO: out or they might leller'H wi II"OW.11l'111l'r you call The monthly report. of the treasurer -

of 340 St. James building, In the Adirondack sections : before he went to Tallahassee \ "Siii! |>U'i- < <>llticlIon 1 the 'Humiliate the whole term. They to make a deposit get n check made public today allowed :

lai,'ksouvllle, the Army District! of New York, where he 1tthllshed has hq began!: a serious study That Pont will bring tax collodion out have been doing; just that over I tho cashed", or haul 10l't/: a lltllochungo. ( that at the end" of February (therensury ,I

i hlef for C. M. T. C. procurement or: Ca m p-o f-the--Woods, of Florida's tax needs and its t resources need for simpler advocated state for (the last month< with vigorous ; ; you will havo;; prompt' attention. held SIi.0511.l19.17: compurd #,/

I.i .he state of Florida, are conudered well known health and recreational for revenue. ..e has continued laws which the governor election agitation one day and a sorry to $3IIIlIH.I4!) :! I !) or an !In:- :

as deserving very much center, has purchased a large the study In office. in his campaign! for tax 1 11'1711'1-( !' ) lack of Interest' the next In llnrly: In tho HCMiHon Cashier 1 Davis cease of of $1,1!)H.O!! 1.21.

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However, it is also realized; !Hldge district of North-Central' has heard their s'de of the case lallon red tape, which now' of t1I1'"lInll did not last long. of small change for fie use of i the revenue totalled' $640.202.74 ;

'that' such an achievement could Florida, among the wooded hills.\ with recommendations threshed lanes stretches over a porlod mutters ItlU'llIK/ (' <'!!( lllH'lll( S'luuigrw Krowf'rHlu paying off their pickers.. motor vehicle llcenso maintenance ,

Mills, have resulted through!: the en- vexed with palmettoes, pines and out at group meetings; of county I years, Is cut, it will simplify The racing sit nation changoH Included( In thin I shipment was $110,51)2.!) 5'!) ; motor vehicle license nt.

!liu lastlc appreciation of the value; oaks, filled with hanging Spanish olHcialu and business' men throughout considerably. schools and Institutions overu'Rht.!: A month UKO some sort thirty tlioiiHitiid 1111111011. We will uxpeusQ, 9142.305.41: : ; stale fpI:1! :'+

state :.

and in the embodied\ In his recommendations government( expenses have and all are Invited road!, 9581.7il6.66! ;
.i men parents will be known, Is located on I with' Hut Interest seems to ply every grower aid county 1

,!ate Lake of H, ys. There are many i iolher to the legislature and numerous other concerned mutters( t the waned rapidly since the Mltirnlfight. I to niako tine of this feature of county l'ualllll'EHlse ,and gins; $203,- : ;
Governor WHI Posted. which I the state Is that the servlcp.To and free >school
I'rYlllal1'01'\ lakes In this: everything I ( ; It Is even hinted our 822.47' public

Forest ServiceLecture I vicinity, with good Band beaches.; Governor Carlton knows probablY governor will shoal that \iiii nil race track people. doliiK assure* ouiMclveH iigulnst loss $13I1,74 8.19.

There are Ideal opportunities for I II'Rhlnlt' more than anyone else the rests on the basis bf taxes./Hood control well enough as It Is, do not t es- !ill the malls a rt'cord of nil out of }IMhlll'Ml"menls for I HIP mouth Included

To BeAt (' hunting;, swimming, boatIng need for tax relef.! lie has seen; I Taxes even enter into of the major recially! want I a bill. town checks him to l h.> innda und I I IG8.1I1i:1.611< :! In general

I 011.11'11I10elng. and !Mr. Tibbltts the burden Increasing since the which will' bu one the forthcoming : At any rate the legislators havo kept oil Din. During; the berry "rovenue; pension, tax hind $104 n

expects to Immediately build t upthe boom with collections and revenue considerations: of well known been lining up on the qucatlnltq A HCUHOII we are hnndllng I KO many 425.35 ; state road license: and gas; '

Club House kind of a recreational center drawing; farther away from ; legislature It Is has a definite gut I may bo expected. the moment I of these. out of town chocks) that $496,688.41( ; stain fcclwrnl aid ;

budget needs every year. that Governor Carlton .sent- found It iii-reHtmry to PIII,1.loy ,087.17. county road 11-
rl ..that he has made famous in thenOI'lh ; the Kver-: the Issue Is broached., Heprc wo have mini $113 ;
today I lie has watched the work of organizations plans for draining lUtlvcB and senators have well nc- special clerk to make thin ruse and gas $191.1I1I1.09.I !) )!) and ': .
Advance notice was given the vast ',
asking for changes in glades and making; the fads Mlsn Inez Abernathy Is building fund, Institutions
with cord
at
,tit i a lecture by Herbert N. 'Vhee Mr. Tlbbitts, who has a home for Florida tainted themselves" () pormunont
chief lecturer of the United: Cornwall-on-the-IIudion. New 'I' revenue sources and other organizations ; swampy area productive( / Some of (hem have got their 1 information doing his I work for tin. of higher learning. $106-
who any chang; as well as for prevl'lIl1uany time last week were
!March 18, founder and presidents of : oppose which first hand. At the Our depoHlts 005.83.: "
Service Is '
:states; Forest York. that
Is the d'Hasters' as ,''t,
Health Principally among the latter more such dispatch from 'the largest; ever handled --- -
and nf r the Miami fight a probably
Starke, at Woman's clubhouse,8 p.t tm National Camp I Okeechobee section last ICtKII: 4'IIOSS t'Mr.
This lecture, illustrated with League; and also founded and 1111rects state chamber of commerce whose 'swelt the Miami to the New York World by u bank III his( HCI'llou In n /
il'rectors recently adopted a resolution ifall. 'tight week. It now looks like this i
known t ustho H ;
paid
many splendid pictures In color, the organization; of the'World. offered by Peter C). Knight It may Involve taxes a surveyor ; "Miami:: host to more limn tOO week will run fur ahead of Innt.So U. MlnlNler.\ bend of the \"
which will be thrown on the (;o"'lel01Ilnleel'8"' the present form and I bonds: Nobody.iknowa its details been wonderful audit department of the lied Cross I
who In Y. M. C. A. workfor holding that members of the Florld-v legisla; fur Ihlx has n
wen will interest all those He was be will be a highlightof ; Washington, wits a biiHlnem
system of taxation should kept but It Curiously they chose the berry season und the \Hunk ofHturke
;nvi, nature, said "Mrs. O. M. In- a long time. change; governor's message" I ture.; sitar In Slarkn !Monday\ from "
enthusiastic Intact and not altered or i I the time of the light to come here The IH having i' wondeiful run
the'Ol11l1n's Is very
min president of Mr. Tlbbitts and K: TKla/ lii. 1''ohl,11eurlton Palm Hunch. lie wan very much I;
and hi'delllthle,1 lie has heard of various Studies % ; keep'tig them entertained of business' for which we sincerely t I
section ofllclals lire '
i 'iub who is arranging;! ; the pro over the Keystone raising more lies. given much timeand pleased with the work that In boIng 4 l'
for
sundry schemes the bout have frlct its. '
and seats nt I thank our
free, with Ills purchase.KATK :
Blnce
is 4
s' urn The entertainment tevenue. These Include a tax on1'iKurn thought; to Everglades; boen. reserved for them. At our present rale of growth; I nccompllHliCHl 1 hero and while t'In
United: at
h"II1BPonsored" / by the ; Plnellas\ ke. He' was t Washington' will confer withthn
; which originated in he assumed o i LcKiiH'IhlllitK! : I'moriHl"An the I Hank of Hturke will soon I botha
States Forest Service and the IM'IMIXHH: : 1.tOI'OSI'UThe \ ; the opening of the HII\H ofllcliiU about the future work;
; county and which: the cigar manufacturers Clewiston for endeavor' la to be made ;ntouco large banking InntltiilIon I Intho

tale; Department of Forestry. of Tampa already are arrayed Southern Sugar company's b'scane to have the legislature II'KIlI-1 I territory lying between Jacksonville to be done In Sturke.Wo .
:Mr Wheeler, whose Forestry: and Sh.ppers: went through; theurea successful In oh-
Jrowers ( In bottle formation to fight mill lie beltlPK. the feeling and I'alutkii to the Houlli-) have been

''itlks are backed by many years of League of Florida has very 8lrl'nClIIRly us ruinous to thin city's biggest with President Hoover and ize being parl-mutiirl that If It Is dons,> horse rueIng oast mid lalncHVIIUi( to the Hoiithwenl. kung the services of Mr II, M.Sebrlng .
xperlence In the woods will give to the latest proposal In chief of the army Hfe-suvinK IriHtructor
objected greatest Jawdln ns
and one of Florida's General will he enlarged, the dog That winrn! taking good ,.
what he calls a Forestlogue. His carriers to apply ted I ('rOSM.II'\ SebrlnKIn
Florida
of ( other gambling cnlriiHltxl to for our
dustries.1 onglueers.; the trucks will thrive and "euro of I tho business
iilk: wU! cover game; fish, and rec- a special charge ou curs of pre- Automobile Onnrr Hurtli'in-il lie has thoroughly dlscusm-d places, will ho able to get 1 Inline. nn> Is shown by the following extract organl/lng two clasHuM/ one fornhrsthira'en

atlon as well as forest manage ooled vegetables, states M. L. Cn There has come a HUggestlonfrom problem with them and the president from a recpnt letter from IheHtole ( to sixteen years,

'iifiuM traffic manager!: of Chase ,& that tax of agreed that It Is a mutter and one for seniors seventeen
lum, north Florida rE has "County and city officials nniku co in pi' roller::
N. Wheeler, who will sppnkit Company. According; to Mr. C'ullum two percent! be levied upon thettrnsK of concern for the* national government. Secret of the fact that the y "111m writing to say thai (theliiMt years und over' Thin Is a splendid :

.. the subject' of Forest Proteciin tills 1 la one of the most absurd business of every retailer Inthe ; Whatever national stepsare wutit no wide<< open cnndlt'ons.: Theyhave I report of our examination ofyour opportunity for the young boy t, .

at the Woman's clubhouse, on penalties the carriers have tried state U also has been putdown taken, the reclamation problem had a taste of It and the money bunk showed uj very good onthe and men In the town and free to> :' '
March! 18 Is forester of long ex- shippers. with to I've! willstill who would like to Join. lied ;.;tCroll"
a to place on Florida as absurd along many; and the menace hut( was lost to them for two whole, and I desire to comnifiid all I
Tlence, according to State I For "The carriers claim addit'onal'! others, be the stain's responsibility has come hac k." you on Iho 1m 11I0. Tho examiner Medallions! will ho given; to :

ler II. I.. Baker at whose Invtta- service Is: performed and special On the other hand the Rover: unlit the lake section In made dryand UHoim Governor Carlton has auld llttln tales Hint the (Hank .con those who get certificates( for llfwHaving. "

on he Is visiting Starke. Mr. equipment Is required" states !Mr.Cullum. nor's ear has caught the wall of : safe The legislature will be'asked about the agitation for racing leg tinues to lie operated In u bush ;. Several demonstration ,'

Wheeler entered the United States "but that is not true. Therailroad" the automobile owner that the license \ to think long and hard about 'ttlatlon recently, but he took i adefinite n NH-llke manner." will be given at Klngxley; during

''',rest Service In 1905. aa ranger should furnish equipment tax the gasoline tax and the .It. stand against; gambling In Pretty much everybody. III unit!- the Hummer Come In to the He'dCross

.in the Guunlson National Forest" which would properly refr'gerate personal property tax for his car; I Willttllc'k Fruit I'M: I hi 11'1'I campii'gn.'! /; lie probably willhave ford county who lias money I topi ; office( and Jo'n. or hand Inyour

ti Colorado was promoted to su- : : any commodity, whether \is making him the goat of thewhole The next matter of Importune* something also to nay about nee In a. bunk him an account name to Mr Hebrlng/ at that

i ,rvlsor at 1 Fort Collins\ and was pre-cooled, or not. As a matter of tax business. In new business before the general It In his mosHBKe. with us, but If you do not haveyour Forestry ofllce '

'oi' 15 years In charge; of various fact Florida shippers have beenfor'ed Smaller communities are groan- assembly will be ways andmeans While the legislators; are grinding ; name on our books you are !Mrs. (I. P Raymond secretay.SI ;I.

national Forests in Colorado and to turn to pre-cooling\ because Ing; under the burden of Increasing to protect the cltrux industry out these state wide ""III ell, cordially Invited to coma In and -- IIOAItll '

'allfornla. He was then called to they have not been able to; taxes and bonded Indebtedness from ruin by, the widespread! ,' their: days will be filled with numerous open an account with the honorroll II It"1'185ll': "MI'IIOOL' ,

wider field first In the Denver jecure; proper refrigerator; carsfrom The home owner Is bow1ngthat \ shipment of green fruit. Governor I' \local measures which th's:; I bunk. --
; board met In regular S8Sloll -
district! office and later to conduct railroads. The carriers making his life mis In an address at Winter at The '
the are Carlton .statute passed
tuxes reunion, under u
and A. It. Surren.y -
ofgrefn i WATCH"MSHIMJ with II. 11.I May
:
In connection houses
conservationn :
ampalgns for forest actually perform no service era ble Haven, said the packing the last term must be advertised i nivsii; ,
a nation-wide scale. with the pre-coolln. nor Governor Carlton has made ItplaIn fruit shipppfs should be padlocked. MCK.NSKS; : KM-IHI: : MAIM'II in:. present.
beforehand.
Hefore entering the Forestry anything In the methodwhich of his. speeches He probably will say ItaKaln much of It, The board was called to order
Is there In many "ItallroadlnK, or the min[ :' I
II, I>. May
profession. Mr. Wheeler' who carries would damage; refrigerator both before and after election to the legislature In lermsequallY an evil In the punt, will bo eliminated Fresh water fishing licenses expire by Chairman read and 1

an M. A, degree from the university equipment more than non-pre-cool- that he will do everything humanly as strung. but the bills will not be March 15 and on the namedate I utes of previous meetings that had

of Colorado, was engaged; ; ed shipments would, and this Issimply possible to reduce taxes butthat The' clearing house with a committee nlnated. Tampa alone has 17 the closed season on blackbass approved and all bills .; Jr;
11'paid
nine to tax theFlorida made In aweek advisory committee The St Johns. Itlverbelow the approval of two trustees were ,
in educational work for about another attempt the cut cannot be from the to submit.! Other towns probablyhave begins. 1
freight rates of legislators bur hake Okee- all others refused. .
The As a matter and a group Volusla
rears growers. or In a year. of fifty correspondingly; the lIamenumber.
In his talk next Monday eve already so excessive the grow of fact he cannot cut taxes at all.That has been working on a b'll!' d1l>hoe and part of the Suwanneeriver The board ordered elections
are I April 20, 192U, In the following ,
will! tell the it Impossible tomeet the legislature. the pernicious practicewhich ofperennial are exceptions to this closed held
ning. Mr. Wheeler ers are finding Is up to to stop There will be the usual crop sun-school districts: ,
story of recent progress in For competition from other Bectlons llm> Itrive la bringing Florida citrusInto bill, too those providing umiHon, and anglers; may continuetheir special Kelly I
leadership and hard to understand will give It a blKhelping all over the country fresh water fishing there.The Starke I.awtey, Brooklyn,
he from
estry under state It Is He has said a disrepute for removal of'the capital Hellbronn. fusing I ,
of the lines persist Intheir wish It well In Is said to have cost I season begins again onlay Vanderbllt,
(five a detailed appraisal why the Florida hand and and which Tallahassee to some more centrally I open and Brooker.Vldow's i
carelessness lay additional much Is certain $50,000,000 this teaion. ofl"lorlla !\ 15. A resident state freshwater Hoatdraln
handicaps, such as human attempt to the task and that the Industry located spot and a division approved for s
1.50, pension fMrs.
and unconcern, under charges'upon such a large Industryalready to be a part of his message / Into North and South 10'101'Idaand fishing( license costs $ and Mrs. Dora f tt. I
Priest
freightcharges that met with of Florida to t. Myrtle
which State Forestry Departments overtaxed with He will tell the legislature The Joint committees requiring( cows on the and permits citizens F
and thatmore Mayo on the proposed flub In county of the state. Sullivan.J. I
Imperative any
are laboring. tax relief Is Commissioner h'ghways' to wear tall lights.; of Quigley and Davis .' s
T (JuUIey
The talk will be illustrated by l Shippers and growers interested finances for government areImperative. measure at Orlando yester 'the law provides that the leg- A non-resident county licensebrlnKIi with the Board and dls'jcussed 'i
requested to get will tell the legislature bill was drafted byCounty Tuesday $2.50. while a non-resident met I"
.Bored slides.AVKATHKK. In this matter are lie day The latii/e convene on the first the bid material for the ,
on
in touch with the Growers andShlpvers how he thinks the state can Solicitor J. II. Peterson ofPolk In April. JJust by a matter of state license costs. $5.50 Citizens this school i t :
)ItT and Investigatingthe fish In fresh water negro; school at Lawtey
ItE1 Orlando
: ; who Is allowed to
League get both. county fate that date occurs. this year: onApril are school In this 4
lend their support In fighting this One way Is through economy. the and corruption In theshipment 2, only one day after April In their home county without pay being the negro for the Hos.mwald. '' ;
March 6-March 12. 1929 already has demonstrated of green citrus, and In Ing license fees county trying I t
't
Preclp. new proposal. The governor backIng 1. ._. Fund for the aid of negro schools* (
Mln cuttingcorners the -
Date Max his! penchant for Its final form will have '*'" ,;"
liar 8 68 40 Trinity Eplscopal by re-organlzatlon plans of both the clearing house and 'elk county. for second consecutive In the South. s
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Mar" 76 49 Barlow Holy be completely that he made effective almost asloon Mr. Mayo. i iJren year won first prize for cltru.fruit There being no further business Y
;
will adjourned
church before the board they
!Mar 8 70 43 1 enlarged. as he set foot In the gover.nor's ( """* Twice Action i exhibit, at South Florida l rt.m to come ,
and to meet the first Monday '
renovated
!\Iar. 9 77 49 Plans completed office. The state motor vehicle Green fruit conditions have constituted Fair. .
Garden unless called In special v
Mar 10 59 49 Winter development of $3.000- department was the first to ) a calamity to the citrusIndustry Jacksonville Wood preservative In April "r.

Mar 11 72 43 -- for southwest of feel his budget cutting and other and growers all through plant will be established here session.
of land A. J, GniFFla.Secretary..
Nick Thomas, .
tract
of Mr. and Mrs.
Iar. a 72 65 acre and citrulcolony. departments quickly set about the citrus belt and stirring themselves for Cutrln-Howe Corporation )
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grape 9th
Into March
this place Btarke, daughter
scrutinizing: their expense ac into action with mass meet- Sew York. I

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fS \'.\XUElmU.TMr. Roberta Ida Mae and Edith Con- 1-.S-S- I

I nir, Fel'x'! Sapp, Pledger John
II i--- BRibOKERMrs. L. L i
; 1 Conner and daughter,
and Claris Hutchinson attendedthe
:
Ida Mae were visiting in Lake
: Butler Monday afternoon. program put on by Raiford
school Friday night
Mr and Mrs. Sammy Green and
Gerald: Adkins spent la st ness In Sfarke last Thursday. children of Jacksonville spent Sat- !>fr. Frank Norman motored to I

week In Lake Butler with frlciu s Mrs nl'nnleVatera of Pahokee urday and Sunday with Mr. and St. Augustine Sunday.
and relatives several of last Mr Chas. D. Alvarez was trans
r, "t spent days week Mrs. I. S. Sapp. GREAT
> t here with friends and relatives acting business in I'alatka Satur
k Bliss Odessa and Avoy Craw- Mr. Alplf Hazen and Hugh Butler -

% ford were visiting last WednesdiIn y Mr. Allen Greene and Harvey Crosby of Brooker were visit- day.Mr.
and 1 Ancel Norman was vIs-
l Starke. Baxter were transacting business Ing friends here Sunday afternoon. ,
iting relatives In Palatka Satur-
Mr. R. A. Weeks of Starke, way ( 5 In Starke last Monday. Mr. Clevy Norman of Gainesville
y transacting business here las; t Mr. Russell Kedd:sh and Miss spent the week-end with his parents day and Sunday.Mr. .

i Tuesday. Almo Thomas of Lawtey Attended !. Mr and Mrs. }o'. M Norman. J. C. Alvarez was attendingto

Mr Hart of Starke was transacting B. Y P. U. here last Sunday Mr Joe Harrell Jr., of Lawtey business In New. River Monday

business here last \\'ednesday. Mrs Chenley Fogg/ and daughter; was visiting friends here Sunday -- ---

} i of Graham attended B. _Y. P. U. afternoon. Jacksonville Plans proposed NEWS

Olei { Mr. Alph Ilazen and Gerald 1 Ad- here last Sunday night Mr. Albert Smith of Lake Butler for creation of $10.000 coffee shopto

'"}, kins were transacting business a t !Messrs Cyril and Garnet Dukes was visiting Mr and Mrs. Tate be located on Bay street side of

( Starke last Thursday were visiting friends and relatives Rogers and little Greta Fay, Sun- Mason Hotel building.

I Miss Donnle Crawford and MiRalford !r. here Sunday. Contract awarded for construc-

Crawford were transact. Mr. J. F. Greene Mr. Wilbur day.Mr.. Pledger; Johns and William tion of road between Orange City

t r Ing business at Starke last Thurs,. Carter of Jacksonville, and, Misses Alvarez motored to Jacksonville and Lake Helen.

i; day. Avis and Alva Dukes of Dukes, Sunday. l'alatka-l\IlIndpal rose garden: for Thrifty Tire

Iy; Mr. Ward, the Walking man,,. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. MelvIn Futch of Lawtey was started!! on court square In this

: passed through here last Wednesday It. H Greene Sunday visiting here Saturday night. place. Buyers in

,r Mrs Sally Mott and 1 Mr and Misses Jennie Maude Crosby and Jacksonville Construction un- 1939 I

Miss| Thelma Sullivan of Ramp Mrs. Johnny Mott spent Sunday in Iris McHae of Rising, were visiting; derway on new hardwood sawmillof
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# ,;' ton was visiting friends and relatives lellbronn Springs; Misses Mattie and Ellen Norman Standard Hardwood Co.. at

here last Thursday Mr Aubrey Ilazen and Laurie Sunday afternoon.Mr Sandfly point near Junction of GOODYEAR"C1.ts ,

o Mr. H B Wiggins of Starke< Holt passed through Dukes last L. L. Conner was; transacting Trout and St. Johns river.

passed through here last Thursday. Sunday. / business In New River Monday Miami Roosevelt Hotel

Mr. G. B. Colson and Mr Har Misses Thelma Brown and afternoon.Mr. changed hands.

I rell spent )Friday afternoon at Clyde Morgan/ and Messrs. Herbert and 1 Mrs Rodman Reddish Bronson Large acreage of Watermelons -
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t Earlton flahlng. Brown and I.. 12. Morgan were vIsIting of Raiford, was visiting Mrs. Red- planted In Levy county I

Mr. O. W. Barry was transact- here last Friday night.!: dish's parents, Mr. and M-s R. M. this year. Loose"e

,i Ing business In Starke last )Friday Mr. Huddle Russ of Therespa. Alvarez Sunday. Palatka Turned Wilson Cy-

} Mr. Orval Ward, who has been was visiting mere last Friday night. Misses Agnes and Ruth Sapp. nrf'MII mill being; rebuilt. I

? spending some time away working lUeuaru. Cuv_:. ._, Andrew* and__ Norman -

t1 !+1,. returned home last Friday. Wiggins; and Misses Sarah REPORT OF SCHOOL FUNDS I\

I rldl ,+ One of the snappiest ('omedlesever Kelley and Jewel Wiggins\ ; and BRADFORD COUNTY IS

r seen In this city was "Two Laurie Kelley were visiting here
FOR PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30th, 1928 E3
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? I Days to Marry" presented Friday last Friday night.
y ; night at the high; school auditorium Misses Florence and Ruby Mat- :

i ,, I by the teachers committee In thews of Lawtey were visiting here The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the school S
", with unusually well night. funds( of IIrnltrord county for the I period endlnir June 30th, 1929, with thbalanceH <
charge, an last Friday 1S
and of the
+ L > and amount of warrant outstanding a statement assets -
i chosen cast of characters working Messrs. Kessle Colson, LIving- and llabllltleH and the value of school property nf the said Bradford
lit ,1 together tinder the able direction ston Russ, and O. J. Mott were visiting county RH reported oil! the 30th' day of June 1928 by the county board of
of !lit
public Instruction and the superintendent public Instruction hereby
i of Miss i-oulse Caraway. In Theressa last Sunday. r>ubllxh under the provision of Chapter B813. Acts of 1115, J.awH of Flor 1e
ti characters visiting at ida. KHVI3ST; ; AMOS, Comptroller.
.. Principal and minor Mr. J. II. Russ was GENERRAL FUND 0/
exhibited unusual histrionic talent Theressa last Friday
I repository balance, Jan. lot 1928 ________ ______ 1,916.74<
work Into transacting n
and evidence of the put Mr. Jim Mott was .
} Outstanding warrants Jan. IBI, 1928_____________ 328.40( o. O .
the play by the cast and by the director business In Starke last Monday. .

Miss Caraway was given by Mrs. Colson of New Hlver, was Net balance, Jan. 1 I. 1928! __________________________ l, 87.34
.U".II.I" for HImonlhNI
the smoothness with which the visiting several days here last 'orn-'I'lIx Collector, taxes ______________________ f ,B4ft 47 '
M unfolded to the climax, i (Comptroller' redemptions _______________ 4.004,84 \ e
scenes up week. Comptroller, railroad! tax ________________ 3.570.13
when the final curtaIn marked a i Mr.' and Mrs J. J. Morgan and Comptroller, 1 mill tax _________________ l.Sni.70Comptroller 4/
Stl I _________ ___
close to "Two Days to Sunday In 1.4 mill tax ___ 3KO.741'01n11troll..r.
successful. son, Clarence spent gasoline tax ________________ 2.1.\9.7n[
'1 Marry." Luke Butler with friends and rela- Comptroller! eiiual lax __- _____-________ 1,457.95' ,
follows lame; ConimiMHIoner:I \: gains license ________ 07.00:
The program given was as tives. Hunk, loan __________________________. 8.61(0.00((' 32,632,56:
-'S' + : Mr. Alph Hazen and Hugh; Butler -

'' Present were visiting in Hlslng Making hnlancn j*._______________?____________ ", 33,6191)0)
Time Crosby t
1 ; lllMlMlt'll-lll-lltft for sic IMOI1U4IExpended | ::
t t Place New York Apartment last Sunday 1 for sehonlsii4aiarles .. :
Fogg and daugh- / nf (teacher' ____________-________ 7,042.51) 4 1
? house Mrs. CliPHley ; New bulldliiKH _________________-._____ l 197.011
f 4 Prologue. ters, Lillian and Lecy. and son, of Repairs to bulldlm _____________________ 87.77Inmiiance I!
1 -Sitting room I beautifully attended B. Y. P. U. here _______ _____________________ 47(1( .li'i: ,
Act Graham ''J'rlln"I"'I'lnll..n of punlU 1 _n______________ 3.7 2f1.H7 ,
decorated. taut Sunday night.! Incidental for schools _____________---___ 1,817.07 ,
1A act wind last week did HxpenHVH: of ndmlnlHtrntlonHnlury :
; 1 Act 1I.--Sume ns one. The severe of superintendent ________-. -..__ 1 I.!( &00
i I Act 111.-Same as act ono and the crops here quite a bit of dam- PUI'! diem and mlliifre' of members> of board ISO.00 i
If the weather will turn I'llntlnic ., 8. __________________________ 8100: GOODYEAR the world's largest j
1 two. age.: Interest .____________________________ 3.0111.23 t 17,769.767.eaving I
4 Cast of character; Simon P. warm and favorably again!: the rubber and of

; black a* his race)-Paul have better luck balance. _____________________________ IS,850.IBCr company producer
S.A Chase( as farmers may ..-Tloroued money ____________________________1450000 t.
4l! Stewart, James J. Dare, a wifeless Misses Iris Brown Lubed) a Pin- Cr.-Honda retired with warrant _________-______ 2.00000 16,50000 MILLIONS MORE tires than anyGneztest

r lielr Alph Hazen; Huford 1 II. i holster. Jewell and Roberta Con- Net deficit, June 30th, 1921! : __ -___ ._ ____________ A41.!"5 body else-today builds and guar-
4':1: SawyerA Timid I.awyer-Ortho erly, Louise Caraway, l Laura New- Warrants outstanding, June 30th, 1929: __.________ 405( ;;.60 B-1 1
SEy, Matheny; Kmlly; Jane Pink-A ell, Stellmao Ward and Josephine '. antees a low-priced tire which
Ieposltory overdraft. Tnn !toth tq9q. 214.25 I
t. Blacker than Ink-Laura Newell ; Chesser and Messrs. Mai'cm Con-
's ASSETS AND LIABILITIES completely dominates the field for EnTare
Ladle L. Boise, a widow by choice, erlY Pitt Baxter and 1 Lloyd Barry

Leola Fogg, Imogene: McShame\ a (passed through Graham last Sun- Assets real worth and service.

,4 sweet young thing Stellmae Ward; day. General School Fund

r r'' '' Walter M. IJlalr, a millionaIre Mr Italford Brannen of Lake Malnnc cash I ndepoxltoiy, (overdraft __.. _____ 244.:21 '
t yS Emery Ilazen. Butler, passed through here last Uncollected. taxes, IncludliiK, uirent yenr ___14,20U.3 It's the new improved Goodyear History l S

The play was to raise funds for Saturday Slecial'I'ax l District Pathfinder! And what a tire it is.

belonging to the L. Biggs' was transacting valance rash In depository ____ ____._,_ __________ 2,9H.58 _
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the new plant Dr. I' ; I I'ni'ollsctPd taxes, \Incliidlnic current year _______.. 4,954,011( A tough handsome
Brooker school. The net of the business hero last Saturday night; Halanca In bond fund _____ ___ __________ ___ ____22.510.70 deep-cut, new
{ 't play amounted to forty dollars. Mr. Wade Barrel was transacting I Uniollecled taxes bond fund _____--_ __________ 6DT9.01 tread with non-skid features super- Lifetime Guarantee

s9 ; ?*" Mr. and Mrs\ Gerald Adklns and business In Starke last Mon Total __________________ ______69.8S8.1J
<*, :t baby spent the week-end In Hampton day. LIABILITIESGeneral ior to many highest priced tires. Against Defects ,

9 r u with friends and relatives. Mr. O. W Barry was transacting School Fund Other added quality features
f Russ was visiting last Mon
Starke
?w I Mr. Livingston business In Warrant outstanding for current expensesTime .________ 41)5.60 A better tire than
t In Theressa last Friday.Mr. day. wuriunttt ___ _________ 32,000.00 throughout. many i
and Mrs. I D L. Polk and Mr. Bill Conerly was visiting Special Tax District smaller companies offer as their best I I'.ITHI'iNIit'grade. ) :

i children, spent several days of lastS here last Sunday. Special tax district bonds outstanding ____________ 37.00000 I
week In Bell. Miss Oratlu Conerly Is spending Total------- The greatest bargain in mile 1

'1' Mr. Tommy Hewett of business Luke sometime with her brother Mr VALUE-OF SCHOOL PROPERTYGeneral 69,105.60 age, dependability and looks that avery BOi.l,: J4 (I. f'so.fl] ()
,, t Butler was transacting Bill Conerly.'
'I P' here last Friday. Mr. Hiilfonl Crawford and, MissAvay : few dollars ever bought.

Mr. and l and Mrs. Luther Sowell Crawford were transacting; School house and loa( ______________.______________97,00000 :l\l S.H. ______12.20
tt Hi hool Furniture _________________________________ O.oonoO --
were transacting I business at business In Starke last Tuesday. School apparatus.. ,_____________--_____..___________ 2.20OOO:!
; Starko last )Friday II P. Galnoy and L. H. other school property ____________________________ l.oudUO, A standard quality product, proudly
Mr. 2'!>v0 It,.]loon. __ 8.15
S. w Mf11 ll Mr. Slaughter of Lake Butler, Galney were transacting business Total _ __ + bearing "The Greatest Name in .
I I visiting here last )Friday. Starke last Monday.
Mr. Hoy Thomas of Alabama, In Mrs. Gerald, Adklns is spending Recapitulation of Report of Special Tax School District funds, I Rubber"-GOODYEAR. Your size iOv '.;%<> liulloon --- 0.00

1 ; passed through!: here last Sunday sometime In Hampton with friends Bradford County Florida, June 30th, 1028 I II is here-no waiting. Free mounting I
L. Jones and children of :.11 \-.00;
Airs D. and relatives Ilnlloon __ U.7.-J
k i Shellman, da., are spending some Mr.\ H[ P. Oainey and l Mr. Can- 'and free inspection service. Come in

1' time here with friends. were transacting business In and seeThe 3.l\l.0:
: x non I: > Itallooii __ J6.:5
I Mrs. \liobb is spending( some Jacksonville\ lust Wednesday.

.,; (r : time In St Petersburg with her Miss Ruby Kelley of Ziff attended a c ...

"' daughter, Mm. Sutton. B. Y. P. U. here last SUliday ....e.. .AN M:: CD, New Improvede
..
,c + 3 Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hazpn spent night ...- ... ... ,
In Lacrosse with c WI..J
f Saturday night '"
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', { : I'L'' friends Mr.. Dock and relatives.and Roy Thomas of ........................0. i=I-: i::4:; '2'm;: 3 S o: \ en G 0 0 DYEAR Your: Old TiresAccepted

Lawtey, was visiting here last Sat- : TIIEKESSA tRhmla c ta h .!!! ... '9 Oh as

:. urday night :\11"8 ZclRlrr/; Cor. ..r" ,;j : h .C 0N
.!! Part
: .
f" Crosby of Q ::: Pathfinder Tread PaymentSUPERTWIST
Via. i Mr. Floyd 1 and Lester : : :: a :! A
1yy I' Rising were visiting here. last Saturday ........................ a V a-1 s.. ;a:; G e :.! W
&,.f Qj t I
night Mr. Resale Colson, O. J. Mott 01 :; > :
( L t Mr. and Mrs Denmark and and Livingston Uuss were visiting :9V.. r.< 0 0 W F JSO 0 CORDS
'tn Treusle and Gertie of .sI".
daughters the hitter's brother, here last Sunday -

fr; Jacksonville, spent several days of Mr. Wilson nllI! t 84.S4 _._ 216.95!I ., \.05 ____ __ 29ft.U
week hero with friends. and 2 __ 20 00 159.74 14UIi! 800, ib3K5.0O 75:;30 420.63 Made
Patented
last of Goodyear's
f Mr. nnd Mrs' M. W. Leo and 3 99.11 __ __ ___ __ 3. relatives. children< of Leetona, were visiting 4 1SS 40 __ __ ___ __ 1\3.1i0 150.(00 ____ __ 91.90 "Shock If'h
) Misses. Hazel! Underhill and Iris H 87184 __ __ ___ __ 3141 1',::1 fstTo'd.. 4tl2.2n __...k.__ I9'H< 0:1: -Absorbing qUUbff c"" -
51 here last Sunday evening.!: 7441 -f.tt.it ____ __ 45.00 ____ __ 28440
McHae -- -- --- --
ta.1 1 ,, McUae and Mr. Arthur Mr .1. p. DUkinwon was attending 7It 7.00 __ __ 11-1.21 __ 25.2.1: ____ 1UO..D SUPMtTiriSI Cord .'
; w. visiting here last Saturday 2500 14.39 !III.10 7500 IS 23 l' "
vitro
to business in Starke last 10 455.01 __ __ u_ __ 200.110 145.00 n 7.75 __ -i: 32.79
4 night Monday.Mr. 11 188.24 __ __ ___ 2f\1.(14\! IM.DII 1 X2.0<> ,13.72 __ Come in and we'll prove why the carcass ,_
Miss Mary Mott spent several i 13 h__ __ 20.00 38.3S B5H,87S07 170.00 91205 "S9 .54
lJ Y'5SS S. R Swindell and son.Jlmmle of a Goodyear Tire has no equal for
I In Hetlbronn n16 -- -- 633.80 ; 6 200.00 277.l> 60420. en- __
last week ---- -
,days of were transacting business '10MO -- h_ __ :HIIO! __ __ __ 33.20UO .1)43.:! _
i 't 5 Springs. 14 .SJ __ __ ::1 d7,4;"i; ___ 372.28 durance? On our cord-testing machine, see SUPERTWIST
In Starke, last Friday.Mr. 3S.41 (Goodyear's
III.U!
134.251.23 patented
? A crowd of young folks were delightfully (i. W. Illation and Mr.' Hurt Ui43.-41244J5I- -17ii:.; 11411.00.- _-- .--_ 1\:>.84 :! -669,67 cord) stretched s.de-by-side with regular standard
S'' entertained at the home 8-9.1 884.6Y 1 t.6 t A.79 7213.00: 2909.2O 2-sTtJT Butt.StJKeapitulation cord. See how SUPERTWIST
Htnson were bus ness visitor to
; } of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny I stretches- and recovers (to absorb ordinary road shockS
Gainesville last Wednesday.Uev. of Heport of schcwl) bond interest and Sinking ) while the other cord
+ 4, last Saturday night. A few house llaymnn of Orange; Heights STAYS STRETCHED! See how SUPERTWIST
9'i. games were played and an the Fund Bradford Count)'. Florida June :30th, 192S.: stretches up to 60% farther
will\ all! liti regular appointmenthere \
before it breaks (to stand
crowd grew larger the crowd 1 adJourned severe road shocks). Goodyear:
h ut Hope Baptist .lurch next Pathfinders have
a
"S to the outside play. .. SUPERTWIST
carcass!
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and l
Saturday Sunday. Everyone ..
e N N
k Misses Lorena Greene and Klsle; .. ae ,
Invited to attendStrawberries :: ee "
t'1 Carry were hostesses at this party w: ::
have .been quite( "
Among those present were: Mlns- :: .I ..: I ::
( plentiful for the last few weeks. s"-
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Underhill\ and Iris McUae .7 ,: ne
Hazel iiI
ea
s 1 We hope they will continue so.InviTtieHi -I G
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T of Rising';; Gertie and Treacle Den- e ct! i" ::

mark of Jacksonville and Messrs. $'',SOOOOO budgeted p, I 6 h b ,.:: RITCH'S

Floyd. and Lester Crosby of Rising by Southern Sugar; Company for i ..: 'i : ...a SERVICE STATIONStarke
and Arthur McUae; the larger part Improvement In Canal Point district .
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t" .of the crowd was from Brooker. for 1929. 'g ." be ..s ."
) k ft Mr Cliff Andrews of Jackson- Fort Myers\ Flrot prize for c" I 3 c

;fl. I \;" vide is l. spending some time here canned fruits and vegetable at Co ]A j Co I -
":-V'j. ; h'' with friends and relatives I South Florida Fair won by Lee a td ." :! a:; I. + rd Florida
\', I I Mr Allen Green and daughter county I g c s u i'.y I

"; ;: i ) ;Oracle, were transacting bus, :nen I Madison Extensive remodel z: el n 0 h s. li ..:

;'C"I'-I'"' :,i r..11} Starke last Thursday. ing and Interior decorating being

/ I A. "* It H Greene and I. W done at Turner's Mercantile Com- .1 13.103.97 7.113 11.000.00 150.89:: 1170.00 II.IS 14 In 31
4t" f-111bol..ter. were transacting bust- pany. .Ii 7.9U.33 II.DOO.OO IIH.II.! 734.0:1: ltooeoo, 8'318'39
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'HID\T BRADFORD COWTY : : STARKE
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: _.. FLORIDA PAOE TIIUER
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him escaped injury expressed himself in n recent report here this week would largely Increase its tolls

to A. H. ('ro. ,.h'r, of t tholionrd. I 1..1 !Mm. n, H. !I.nfli.i. and sinter, When Putnam county dug down
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph Winter Haven A sanitariumfor Captain KiMliiKton, hudi I : !: :I
Mrs' J. C. Culdwi-ll.\ were" shopping Into Its nun pocket and ra'sed' one
l I i harite of the board' $10,000 ,exhibit
persons afflicted with nervous In (CalneHVlIIo last Monday. and 'I 11 quarter millions of dollars
diseases not requiring surgery has at the festival. ................. ... lor this majestic it expectedthat
.. 11.9. span
s Adklns of
Gerald Urooker. vis-
been' opened here by Dr. Victor (the would be
(> report of (the strawberry\ money returnedby
MUTO Liiidlahr; noted health authority Stuart .- F. D. tlaKstow. of Jupiter ted his mother Mrs. J. K. Ad- appreciative motorists who
[Live State News of [ shippers\ tihow that up t III date klus last Saturday. j
The
i Chicago. patients accompanied by a cameramanand would come this way. The county
will be treated by dietetics! sun experienced:' writer w.ll emrajk n,ur<[* than one I thousand! crates oftferrles Hev. and Mrs. ['. Taylor accompanied could not afford such an investment ;d c.

f light, hydrotherapy and electrlth- at San Francisco March 1 14, have been shipped from our by their daughter; Miss\ under any other circumstances -

erapy. on the steamship Sierra for Pall go town. The berry crop was unusual France, were shopping In Starke and Is being cheated of Its
.. Pan o on the first lap of an expedition this week rightful expectancy If construction
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES good, and the berries are large ,
I Fort Pierce ,- A bin two-day to the South Sea Islands. 4. of Highway No 28 Is permitted to
celebration ,to Include formal op The trip Is being mntle tn( give Mr. and firm. TIIH: I"I\(i.FIi: (' .'\' '\' KMPalalka : I n

!_-- ....-_.._._-. _._-_.__._-- --.-.-.,----_-.-_..-_,,-_.,.-_....-- -,...- ening of the local I air field, a pit- Harstow an opportunity for a thorough tile and acre "'. K. Allgood of lag.The News, along with the cttf-

Plnellaa :March rade, addresses by prominent persons study of the P"I 'n88Ia ns. Orange He'ghts, were the guests ( Dally\ News ) eana of Putnam county, U appreciative' -
urwater county 12. The
I I fair entrants will and other features will mark of Mra. K. ,\Vatlerson last Mon In connection with the ag'tatlonfor of the kindly assistance of
1 ..MIT of its oldest residents: hail from a number of sections of the completion of State: Highway -
the dedication of the Fort Pierce New Smyrna---An Investigation day.Mr. W. A. Shnnil( newly appointed
n Kit-hard J. Booth died here the state, and will\ Include some of port, to be held In June The date Into (ho death of Morris[ Poplng-; J. "'. Nimmo nnd slitter, :No. 28, already\ !graded from member of the State Road Department -

,i 1 ni.. age of SO. He spent most of the foremost golfers of the stale was tentatively fixed at June 15. hugs, a Frenchman, whose body :Miss Ada Nlmmo, were the guests l'ahltlla'1-U Luke City, sight should from this district, In getting

i I", .,,hood days in Safety Harbor. .. o I was found Floating in Halifax{ river of Dr. and Mrs H. Ti!. Paver of not be lost of tho Flngler county favorable consideration: for a road

J Lakeland-Henry G, '\'esterveltsta Da'tonBeach A $150.000( 'I was conducted here by Judge!: J. Lake Geneva lust Sunday.Mrs. end of the thoroughfare.; This In which his Interest was only gen-

te road home, absolutely!\ storm-proof, Is to T Itrooke. PoppdiKhiiKs Is said to Emma; Bishop spent\ the project!' needs\ even more careful eral. This continued\ cn-operatlon
-.1 Petersburg Fire, which department foreman, be built here by Henry C. Howe, have fallen from I the" dock of n I week-end with her 1111'I'eIrs.: Jenj nui-HliiK I linn the usher Ixu-anne of on his part, together! with the neccsHiiry ,
J nut In one of the large was drowned In the Alalla river wealthy winter resident. The ]iileasure boat alleged to have hetp'rated j I Inll1 AtlKond; of Orange Heights.MlKit Its .'mbr'ol1hlIalul't'. A graded nlc'itness t on the part of y
hi t I'' i1 Meade had
structure Is to be built: In the so- ) by a man l h v the IHltno of I ( us Flimler! and Putnam counties, will
|,,,I' ,"I, niiHunied between 1,500 and while supervising! constructionwork guest this week her cousin, Mr. us un txnnomUIndictment of any
called Georgian; style, and will be Reed, of :New York iiiul DaylonnHeach. probably gel t this major} traffic artery -
,,in ,-hlckens and many small on the Mafia river bridge, to' I 1111 IIII'd Hruswell of Trenton. iHlmlnihtrnt'on. One' that has not
well suited to the climate and natural lie was believed have completed from Highway; No
h and fell backwards Into the water. Rev McCall of aalnesvllli! bl'I1Ilrultd/ Is much easier to Ig i
beauties of the section. been dead for about o'ftht/ days. 4 to Highway No. within' the
The body was recovered '
by grappling preached at the Baptist church IIIHt nore. .. next t two years."Florldluna ,
,iMlundo, This city's Sunday hooks. Miami -- Probably the first Florida Key West Alleged, "cureless Sunday.Mr. Ilig 1 Iwny un..8, the most I.important .. -

I"\ ,. ,election to be held March .. .. made airplane will\ be given its renuirkB" are said to have !not' \ '\', O. nennctt of Hawthorn, of the three state trunk will hall with pleasure ,

,I promises. to be productive of i St. August.'ne: Tile first marker first test here sometime soon The Patrick Upebe, yeoman first class was a visitor here last Sunday.Mr. roads converting ut Palalka and the uctltm of congress In

Jnnslderable balloting; Late estl- for U, S, Highway No 1 traversing plane Is being produced by the Mianil In the coast guard; service into and Mrs. Simmons anddaughter crossing the St. Johns river over strengthening the laws with reference

,lat':< >, from the city clerk places the states along the Atlan- Aircraft company, headed by trouble After hearing the purported ; Miss Shirley May Simmons the Memorial lrld! e, will not have to I the preservation! of bird

|li..' "registration. total. at. 6, 744. tic coast, to be placed in Florida Joseph M. Smoot, local sportsman, ) remarks, an Investigation of Sllverlune.' Conn., are the fulfilled\ Its in'BHlon'! If It Is notcompleted life throughout the United Staten,"

has Just been erected here. It was an president The airship will bean by oUlcers! disclosed that heel guests of Mrs. Simmons" parents, from end to end. U says the Mlnml herald "The act.

Barlow -Reduction of expenses, I placed Just north of the city gates amphibian monoplane with awing had escaped) from a reform Institution Mr. and( Mrs F. C. Gould. was Intended, primarily, to divert approved! by the president, Ii. lit

(mi into effect here by the county amid ceremonies participated In by spread, of 44 1-2 feet. in Indiana, where he had Mrs.' S. II. Johns of Starke. has (nilllc coming Into the state flue I with the treaties made with

i"mitnlssioners! resulted in elimination city and civic organlzaton! officials. been serving a 10 year sentence, recently been vlttlllng friends and through; tho Lake City gateway directly other countries in the safeguard-;

of the county health unit, .. Harlow A movement to en- and that he had enlisted under an relatives here.V. to the central section of the lug of mlgatory birds and conlonv

fwo nurses employed In that de- Miami -. A bridge party for the llst' the aid of county officials in assumed name. H. Saxon, manager; of the State nnd, the Hast Coast, as wellas plates the establishment of from

'iment were dismissed, effective wives and a banquet for all are conserving the section's wild flowers .. Hampton I Service Station, was to bring; the capital city nearerto one hundred to ono hundred and

kprll I. among the entertaining featuresof has been Instituted by the Polk Fort Pierce Spread of the so- transacting business In Starke this the heavily populated sect'1)115. twenty-live hind sanctuaries In the
.. .. the convention of the Florida county beautification coinmmlnslon. called avocado bloom beetle, nn week. It cannot do this If It Is not connected United Stales."

St Petersburg Final plansi Stale Dar association, which will The commission Is calling enemy of the citrus bloom, afterIt Superintendent A, J. Grills, of up with Stale highway/; No. mmtDmmmmlllGlllm! @ QM ),ri
i laid here for the annual bring delegates from all sectionsof attention to a law against dower had been' found recently t In this Starke visited the public school 'IllS well as State Highway' No. :i.

bower, show of St. Petersburg to the state March 14. The meetIng vandalism, with a penalty attach section was reported) by County here hint! Monday. While the major Incentive for I COFFINS & CASKETS

held March 19 and 20. Speak- will continue for two days. ed. Agent; Alfred Warren, The bettle Mrs' Trletit of "'II hIli, accompanied completing thin road Is In (takecare and Full Line of

J'f. urc to be on the program of .. .. was discovered In a small patch of by her micro, Mrs Leroy of I through; travel, I thereby. a

|\lisluiw. St. A'igttstlne-' The local historical Stuart -- Martin county saw 52 trees on the westerntlgo/; of two.: Dennioii of Waldo, was a visitor serving a large; section uf I the roinmonwealllt I Undertakers Supplies
Boclely Is seeking a coflln. and here tills week. Putnam county has a ,"
carloads! of produce go; forward to The county agent warned to keep
i, records the city commission will not let its northern markets during February up strict vigil; agnliiHt the pt>lIt. Mrs. Mary I'r(>vlltt, who has been Hellish\ Interest III Ill( advancement AUTOMOBILE I1EARSB
shipments were broken members have It. The coflln ::11 .. for several weeks, has a of I the project In the first place
11 I 1)1"'I'; > acc-ordtriR to a summary of shipments quite 111 AI..ra.n h.n*. It. b..tml ......_ i;
38 solid carloads of the that of Menendex. It Is In t the who glad It would open up u very rich agricultural ; ... .
(':u when I now prepared here. They Included West Palm Ueach Applications) host of friends hero, are : th* swiss pri. HpMtal *- ,
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llnIi One of the most I Itpl'lIlo l.ntloK tA tlr.pll
Ii-ui'" were sent to northern mal'Two hands of the city authorities, who 46 carloads of tomatoes, 5of for the summer citizens milllarrmn'ng to know thai she Is able lo he out act' ., i HKGISTKKED EMBALMKttDEW1TT
ki'i cars went out from were presented It by the city of lienns, and one of peppers In camps) to be held shortly!) again. In 1 lol'llllCor early tl -

.Kt, lih'en and i5 from Lakeland. Avlles, birthplace of the explorer. addition to 25,000 packages, In various sections of the south, J. S. Monde and family of Jacksonville velopment' thereby Increasing the C. JONES ,
| dropped to 15 .. the of relative (Importnnco of Palutka! a trading; I
In average price which went by express are being received by Major John are guests; BTARKE. FLA.
ens,! a quart. Fort Lauderdale A collision K. Mart. U. S, A. A. Total of 5,200 and friends here tills week.HeV' center In tan second! place.' II
.. .. Jacksonville, would largely; c nil a lice Ihe useful I
between two automobiles cost the West Palm Beach An elaborate applications) will be accepted for DtcltHon of cummmCICnmCIII1)CIDCICDtllIDmWmmmYES )( ( )
Tampa --- Not less than 75 wom- life of II. Rluntz, elderly Pompano civic musical festival with a the camps, which open for 30 days will preach at the First Christ 'an liens of I the Memorial Hrldge and {

i n golfers of Florida are expected'resident Ills machine collided with hree-nlght program culminating beginning; June 1:1.: Floridlnns church of Hampton next Sunday .

I,) ,Compete in the third annual one driven by J. P. Morse. Ciluntz with the presentation of such a will go to Fort Ilaraucas.\ at Penmi- morning and( evening./;

"nmen's amateur golf champlon- was 70 years old and was a violin star as Oalll-Curcl, or John Mc- 'ola, sad Fort Sereven, On., near Miss Kuthryn Weent was tho We chnroe '
|hip tournament, which opens here teacher. Ills wife. In the car with Cormack. Is being planned for next Savannah. guest of her coiiMln Mlns Hilda can your 8 OKS
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local church workers. Sullivan of 'l'hE'rl'slllllalll Sunday(
February by
I II I The proposed festival would be In llarlow-Claims of .1. Wright; Mrs. Carpenter and suit Jack, STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .

the nature of a church benefit. brakeman, that the had been waylaid of Pululka, are spending; this week

Alicirri T : How to PlayBRIDGE . and struck by a bandit, a with, Mrs Carpenter's parents, Mr,

A Fort Lauderdale. -- A search In statement which he made before and Mrs J. Pursley.

the Florida Everglades; was Instituted he died, and that he had then been Miss| Lois !>elk of Jacksonville,

o here by Irady Pettlnrew and left uiicoimcloua on a railroad( vlsltod her father, II. A. hulk lust Garage F arka

t JCHS Hunter, of Hollywood, for the truck, were wonted by detectives; Sunday.
\ -a'1' declared here, the J, U. Colley of West Palm Beach
\ body of a man which aviators of the road after a probe
\ a Series 1928-29 by I they Righted!: while en route shtrlfT's; office was advised.. They; spent! several days with his family

Wynne Ferguson from Miami to St. Petersburg. The recommended the release of Floyd '- -
filers said t they saw the body about WIllliiniH, a youth I held In jail for I Iii1
A ; Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" 20 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale the alleged nttiifk.( r1r 91iitJi. !
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t,1),v.iul.f,'.., _1U_._.4, _1.3. _II.__... ,..., ... West Palm Iluach A young .. -- \ _: ,.. 'j j1" \
t -- \
of station ;:J 't.I +
\" PensacolaVmen's clubs Rroceryman; llU'iig operator l.!. '
ANTI!-E No. 21should Florida are gettIng ready for the and civic leader, will represent Economical TraniforlaliThe ,,
Jar ,
annual convention of West Palm Beach In the city gov
Oood J "Card Manners" a should} be B now say, holding! Spa'l< thirty-fifth the Flor- Just held isr
cultivated' by every card player, not Q J, 10,6,4; Hearts 8; Diamonds, 6; their parent organization, ernment. If a primary
,nl\ A K 7 ''da Federation of Women's clubs, prevails. lie Is John H, Ileuchmanof I
( because they make the game more Clubs, J. 10, 6t
pleasant but also because llicy are a a inning 8. At love all\ in rubber game, what to be held at Daytona March 26 the northborough district who 1 I P,
proposition. A player' has a much should Z bid, holding Spades, A, K:; to 28. The program was prepared defeated the Incumbent city commissioner r J N'
;. better chance to win with partner Hearts, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3; Diamonds,,. by the federation's president, MrB. L. S, Scotl. Frank Mathews
who is satisfied and happy than with K, J, 10, S; Clubs, 10? >f. 1., Stanley, of that city, and an retained: his office of chief) of 4f i ( 1)Jj'1
one who is upset by constant and unpleasant 9. A Bone game; no score in s.comlgame promised. ; ;
Is
criticism. it and Where Z bids "One Club" and Interesting time )>ollce j
Try out you .. .
Kill be surprised at the good 1 results. A doubles, what should Y sw, holding Florida 1 ; :
" ')ne player in particular. of the Spades, A, 7, 6,4; Hearts, K, S; Diamonds West Palm Iteach---Dr. CharlesMorion Winter Haven -- The 1
writer's acquaintance has perfect card Q; Clubs, Q, /I, 7,6,5, 3? Merrill and Dr. Francesowe Citrus Growers I Clearing llrtuue ussoriatliMi I. '
manners: lie makes every bid in the 10. Z Y 18, A B nil in rubber gam*. physicians, who lived herefor will hold 35 regional f.
t same even tone of voice (how often, Z Lids "One Spade" and A 'Two years and who died within aweek meetings, ueglnn'ng with March "q

, | p".ers improperly convey a meaning, I Hearts"[ What should, Y say, holding\ of each other, are to get their 15, to elect directors.. and commlllpe ;cI
I tv. making a bid emphatically or hesitatingly Spades, none; hearts, O, 10, 6, S, 2; at approximately of fifty. The first will lake ,
/ !) I I lie never hesitates in playing Diamonds, A, K, 7, 4, 3; Clubs, A, 8, S! I wills probated both wills Aunurndule, Plant City,, SP
a card with the object of making the 11. At love all in rubber game, wlier" I the same time. At least, place at Sebrlng e e
the Orlonda,
In
(onponcnts think that he has something! 7. bids "One :No-Trump"-; what should were filed on the same day Clermont, Ocala '
iti, Ins hand which actually is not there; A say, holding Spades, Q, ], 10, 6; county Judge's: office. and Arcadia and the last at 1 Lakeland I
and if i( he has a had partner, he seeks, Hearts I [ K; Diamonds, A, ; Clubs, .. Tampa, Ilrooksvllle, Torrent (
I'y.>opportunity of congratulating A, Q!>, 10, 0, 6,3? Tampa -. Fur-stghted! Tampans City, KUslmmee.. Cocoa and Wauchula. rTu -.S- .
Irin on a correct piece of play and 12. Z Y 23, A B nil in rubber, game. a "World's, Fair"' for _
11 or' refers to e<*ors. 1 hereby he pets: 'What should Z bid, lioMinij! Spades, *; are planning 1939. Committee of *. aNew
II) best out of the bad[ partner. C'ult Hearts, K, J 9. 8, 7, 6, 5, I, 2j; Li.a- th'H city In will Walter t'rwln- (
6 3 Clubs( 4? the chamber! of commerce Smyrna d'l\
ii' good card manners and you will moods ; picked (
amom.itically increase your winnings. The Decision of the En Ii all to the I i in -.acli: study out plans, for the on a street here In nn\ un-
the preceding( article twelve proh- experts' as propc. shortly to up
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I* ni hands that appeared in an Lnghahtition nand is as L"loiin"s: proposed exposition. Coaneemlagof ; ,- nisciouy'ondllintl. suffering: froman
< were given for the reader; 1. "Three No-Trimi- the projected fair with the International I Injury received several days ',r
'III' 'deride. upon the proper Lidi. The 2. "One ::0\0-Trul1ll' trade conference; to be before on a bout. He was minim thid
hand,, 3. "No; Bid". oth- = -
were us follows: discussed. passports, 1 papers and(
>IS always the dealer and the olhorP 4, "One !No-Trump"; held here was. money Hf I" about 35
ass sitting around the table, ;as 5. "No; Bid", er belonging-; / beenon
r A tuxedo: and Ho said\ he had \
6. "No; hid", Fort :Myers years old I
7. "Five Spades", monocla were the "weapons" used board a government vessel with

8. ":0-0; n\: \", by "One-Eye" Connolly during the a U. S, government: geological: ; expedition acce erg fion/

: Y : 9, "Four Clubs". latter' gate-crashing exhibition atl and that he had left the

: AD : 10. "Double", recent Strlbling-Sharkpy bat- boat at !Key West.XKW .
11. "No; Bid". the '
: 7.DEALER: Connelly revealed ,
I 11 "Three I Hearts". tle at Miami. KCHKI: )fI.KH: .u
.\ ":N.EIt;
Hebet : \
( ) I The majority vote of t'..' r ,'.,:\ as much during a visit here.that he Among all the delightful experienced driver would I ;>,')
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ontr-stants alt to the proper Ld! with Jack Dempsey $1,000 I ; I" -
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PRIZE HANDS I Jie foregoing hands, is. as follows: I I could do It, he said, but refused to Beginning: l: Sunday Pec. 30th, performance characteristics care to maintain I\ ,"

n one game; Z Y 8 and A H 10 Bid Percentage collect. Seaboard Railway schedules for COACH of the I Out.taiulintfChevrolet ]Hack of this exceptional I I ,
in iccond Jame.Vhere the bidding 1. "Three :\ -Trumps." 55 .. Starke were posted as fololws: -none i-. creating performance is a brilliant I! 1x;
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aa< '> Z. "One No-Trump": ; A, "No: 2. "Three Clubs." 2H Lakeland The summer session Houthhoiiml $5 9 5 more \\UlefipreaJ enthusiasm array of engineering:: adThe ,
Bid1 y, "Two Diamonds"; B, "Two 3. "No; Bid 44 51 of Southern College will beheld No. 1-(Local!) 10:07: p. m. than its thrilling; cements-typified by ', .,1
-; van
';'Three IJ I pades Spades"; Z, "Two Y and No-Trumps"B, "No Bid": A,, 4 5., "One"One r-o-No-Trump.-; Trump," 25 this: year beginning; June 5 No. 11-Local( ) 11:48: a, m. $525 a peed and flashing I a high-compression! non- .'". (4! I I

a,hat should Z.; holding Spides, 6, "Two Spades." 23 and ending July 6, the management No. 3-Llmlted( ) 9:44: a. m. Ki.....'.rrh acceleration I detonating/ cylinder, head r
say
ifs 7, Hearts, K, 8, 6, 4: Diamonds, A; 7, "No Bid." 45 Is announcing. Bulletins announcing No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p, m. l'h..lon '51) automatic accelerationCoup. t
65 -" !
1 Clubs' A, K, Q, J, 10 5? I 8. "No Bid. 32 the session have Just Issued No. 191-(Limited) 11:31: p. m.Northlxmml $5" The !great new six-cylinder hot-spot manifold '
2 Z Y one game; Z Y nil and A B 9. "Three Clubs" 35 I to prospective students. A : ; valve-iti'head engine; responds pump 1
2 1 m second should Z bid, 10 "Double. two days semi-automatic ,
game.Vhat begin ,
will 4:41 The
session No. 2-(Local) : a m. 675 the accelerator
30( second to
h ; 11. "Two Clubs. control and '
-'ing Spades K, 2 Hearts, K, 6; July 6, S.d.n spark
; ends on 3:50 ;
'
51 the first one No. 12-(Local) p. m that is I
I>i.imonds\ 4,2 Clubs A, K, Q J, 10, 12. "Three hearts alter Th. fw. with an eagerness heavier crankshaft, statically I
; August 695 a ,f
of through 8:57 .
The writer agrees with the vote and will continue No. 4--(Limited) p. m C.hriol.eTli literally amazing. Touring 1 ,

Z Y 24 and AD 27 in rubber game. the English Judges in all the hands 10. No. 108-(Limited'\ ) 5:40: p. m. .C iiiiMd ...$725 speed are negotiated!: with and dynamically : j
Hand No.-; 3, the L.nJju balanced. '
2 three In arriving
t bids:, "One No-Trump";; A, 'Two except No. 192-(Limited) silent effort "t
smooth
J I (monde"Y. "Three Clubs"; B, writer would bid five clubs over four St. Petersburg The body of here at 6:31: a, m., stops only forthe S D.llv.rrLI..lo, 595 such ,almost Come in and drive this car. ] ';, '
trick
hand l is hopeless as a I less that
: ease you
Hree\ Hearts' Z, "Four Clubs": A, hearts."s Fogelgren, former Gandy I of letting off pawsengers f I II'
; clubs and Phillip : purpose II" Learn for yourself, at the : I :
with as trumps ,400 unJer
)
ioheIPA there's
r taker motor
'r Hearts". What should Y now except found by a i" forget a
was East Coast.
the
and employe from to
} holding 9 8 7 Hearts, 7; it looks like a sure loss of game bridge: : U Tim the h d. And when the wheel, that no other car i iCb..ia I
f; Spades ; J floating In Tampa I 545
Blossoms
A B driver -
the four heart bid. If Tampa taxi Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10 (Orange ;'
Diamonds. 6; Clubs,9, 8, 7, 6 ,4,3,1? rubber at Z should of suspectedfoul throttleisopenedwide-the can approach it in the price ,
At love alin\ first game, what ) should bid five hearts and bay, and a theory limited trains) do not atop IIyrnnch.e-f6i5D othe four! n: I
Y should and hope thatZ held by the authoritieshere .i.wtihcah is fatter! than the most range
pace
old: Z bid, holding Spades, 9, 8. double, pass play, in Starke.

(I'I,1 r.sQ,10,6I sA.: K O,; Diamonds I ,A, K,Q, 10: can With take Hand three No.-; tricks 8, the writer contains would disappeared of the remains.with A coroner'sJury the discovery No 101 Wannra-Leaves Urnm Starke 9 a. m. All*M.chx.n frlrrt/.tt.torv, :flint., : h.la -a Six in the {nice range of the four"I ',\ ,. :;

.,,: Z }t'one game; Z Y nil and A B bid one heart.cards The that hand there is a dangerof so empannelled In HIllsborouRh: yd. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40 p. .
I tt
n bid "One top death
second Z many of
gameVhere verdict
the other three county, returned a
f out by m.
m.nd"and Bid" what it Ieinqpaased!
"No
A ,
; old Y say holding! Spades A, K, 6, 2; players If Z passes. the writer would. by drowning.. Blue Hus Line Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Co. i'' t'
II 1 (Hand No. 12, 5:10 8:63:
irta, A, O; Diamonds, Q 10, 7, 6, With bid this United Northbound- : a. m.,
There is sure to be a on Winter Haven The 1:58 5:18 m. 8:68:
K? pass. a. m.. p. m., p. ,
6 Atulove all\ in rubber game, what hand and therefore a second suit. It chance is a ford States shipping board, through Us p. m. Starke, Florida

'}:uld i bid holding Spades, K, J, 10, to show his hand heart with which to very bid divisional head of exhibit. Captain Southbound-9:37 a, m., 12:07: -i'I y

,SJ.?, I-5, 2; Hearts, 8, 7; Diamond. dangerous three hearts. The opponents are almost ,y. J, Eddlngton, regardedthe :p. m., 4:07: p m.. 6:37: p. m., 10:50: '
Clubs Kt Festival, held ;
I Ail l .111- where sure to bid and, if the partner helps the Florida Orange p. m.Tampa's. |
the tll.ddlng love; rubber game Di"nond, ; heart bid, Y Z may lose a big penalty.It here January 22 to 26, aa> one of AT LOW COST | t'I''
Z "One
wu, much better tactics to pas outstandIng expositions of the lumber export to foreign
?: :-0 !lid": : Y "Three Hearts"; D, seems round And the I (
"t 'ur Clube"; "Z, "Four Hearts";: A, with this hand on the first [: country. Captain Eddlngton sot. ; countries Increasing -

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I'AOK; FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAUKK FLORIDA J<'RII11RMI 15.MR. in2p: !)

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young people's leaders. I Itl.ArKRKKK: : FORKST complishment are tbe schools, pub set up a business: school here i In Telegraph office Wednesda 'hl.

The closing prayer was led b:Y .'ItOTJ'TIssoer: : ,%'t(().' lie gatherings, forest slogans conspicuously Starke to teach the young people shape of two perfectly form. ,I I

the and older ones, stenographic rles growing; from one stem I J.:
displayed, press,, principally ,
Mrs. A. M. Darby of Starke.
I i ocictYA j I (iffy Lloyd W. Brown, President.J Jt I and last and most important, Intl courses, commercial berries were nearly two III',, '

We are very glad to say that ev mate personal contact with Individual courses, commercial typewritingcourses long and entirely separated ,

cry union was represented and i I I The Black Creek Forest Pro- land owners and tenants. as well as secretarial Stokes entered the strawbe: \ ,.

nice crowd: was present. We ar,a I tectlve Association comprising on Unless forced to do so, we dc, courses. son for the first time In tin!!

not certain where and when nex t hundred sixty-Ova! thousands acres, not Intend soliciting the aid of the e Mrs. Alma King, representative tlon and has three acres "I,,

AM 5IHS. NAT HTKHVItKIMi Mrs! A. Z Adklns was appointed 1 was formed at Penney Farms, courts, even though practically ev of the Georgia-Carolina School) or fine fruit
rally will meet but as soon as pos- Florida, in May, 1028, and has th< .
KNTKKT.MV1TH; : 1U.NNKR treasurer for the circle, to assist! ery fire this season has been of Incendiary Commerce has arranged for temporary -- -
IIIUlKii) PARTY Bible we will let everyone know. distinction of being the first of Itl I .iltendinu t liar Assoelatlon
: i Miss Amelia Hay, who Is !general origin. quarters at the Starke hotel -
kind In this state. Its foundation
:
I Those from Starke present a t The Association has on Its prop and will be glad to talk to Interested Col. J. L. Frame' a vice" ,
for the
treasurer Woman's Mis- ,
\ } A delightful!: Informal affair of this rally were the following:" was the outgrowth of the belle erty one eighty-foot: steel observa- parties, whether it is prospective dent of the Florida State ItnBoelntlon .. 1 0
of the Methodist
sionary Society
.j Friday evening!: was a dinner Mesdames Epperson, Sflcox. Darby of the J. C. Penney-Clwlnn Corporation tlon tower devoted entirely to for- students or parents or and Mrs. Franc', "
church of Starke.
!' bridge party given by Mr. and
c ,' i Nat Stern bel'li; at their attractive The hostess served brick Ice hill. profitable and of the desire ui l tower the one hundred twenty-toot Mrs. King luis already started will attend the meeting and i j. I
cream and tempting home-made .
their to make through reforestation -
t home on Walnut street. part water tank tower of the J. C. Pent visiting the various communities Sties planned for member ,. : ..

3 A color scheme of yellow and(I pound About cake memberswere FISH St'I"'EftMembl'rs a further contribution t t ney-dwlnn Corporation at Penney and explaining the advantages of- association by the city of M ,,
twenlv-elght
the South. That there '
white was (carried out by the lovely are man y Farms.! From these towers by use Col.! Frazee, as a member n ,
both to the train < '"'l "
fered as
In the combined circles pupils
arrangement/ of Cherokee roses present of the Tuesday nigh t, cut over, burned over and as a l'e.
of alidades and detailed executive board, attended
we
f In baskets and bridge club enjoyed a delicious fish I suit non-productive acres of lane,, maps 'ng and of securing; positions after "
and calendulas
'i are able to locate accurately any the course of: Thursday sessions of that b" I
supper Wednesday evening or I In this state as well as other south you have completed
throughout the lower floor AYIItI1VN
I. ill' q vases MRH : AM: MISS Ore within visibility limits. "'orlire
Varnes lake. Col. E. M. Johns, states In lamentable fact, your choice.
ern a
&! of the home. R\Y KVTKRTAIV: : l'. 1>. ('. lighting we use partly paid and
Covers were laid for twenty- whoso culinary art at an affali That the practice of ruthless tur-- partly volunteer crews. Our firefighting The school Is highly endorsed by v

e ,"'",{ M'' four guests at prettily appointed Thursday afternoon at three- of this kind Is unexcelled, was the t pentlng/ and logging has contributed equipment Includes one the board of trade of Brunswick, VISIT

small tables centeringeach was a amable'! host for this enjoyable ocIlslon. to this! cause is acknowledged. Ga.. as well as other endorsementsof
thirty, the W. T. Weeks, Chapter fire truck equipped with water
k ( That continued annual burning on banks and bunkers and other
; .t, vase of white rose buds. Dainty) (
U. I U. C., met at the home of Mrs. barrels. Indian hand pumps beaters ERROL ALVARIiBARBERSHOP; '
Those Invited were: Mrs. E. M, the theory of destroying snakes liuslnen men and doubtless the
cards of Kanter design designated ; '
.. place J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. Andrews! axes, brush hooks, and condensed :
each guest's place. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, and Insects and( to produce fresh people here will avail themselves I
y and Miss Amelia Hay acting as rations sufilclent for tenmen
j Following the delicious five Fudge: and Mrs. A, Z. Adklns, Mr. grass U preventing the natural reforestation of the opportunity offering their .
hostesses. The for We also
reception room owe day own
course dinner served by Miss Ruth : I and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. and of this land can not be children to secure a business training -
I was made more attractive with one] Ford touring car and fire trailer Just north of City limits
1 + Sternberg, Miss Hazel Adkins: und: I Mrs. C. A, Knight; Mr. and Mrs.J. denied.! Therefore!! In the Interestof and begin life's battle with a
calendula and choice which simIlar
: roses arranged contains equipment 13
Miss Dora Manning, the evening ''T. Andrews, Jr., and Mr. It. F. reforestation and forest Im- chance to climb In the business"* Highway 11
/: In wall vanes and baskets. In nature to that of the fire
was spent t at progression bridge. After the business session Mrs. Dernorest.N'S provement these practices must be truck. world..
added and corrected The Black Creek Forest 1 .
wr When the scores were R: L. Illgg. chairman of music, .\ t'Li'ii MIITH: : : Fifteen miles of private telephone Hair Cut JJc
o' compared at the conclusion of the Protective Association!: feels
? presented the following delightful lines connect outlying dlsrlcts -
program! : The meeting of the Woman'sClub that through: the medium of FireControl with Ore towers and central Shave 15c Tonic Inc
I and Forest Protection! this i
.I r ; (la) Homing! ) (Salmon, (b) Mah of Starke was held Wednesday control office and has been of great LOCAL 1
be accomplished, and to this
Llndy Lou fStrickland) Mrs. afternoon, at 3 o'clock at the ran value In our work. Neck Clip 15c
end It is pledged. To the James 1 D.
among (
4 George Flynn accompanied by clubhouse) Visitors are always welcome and
kitchen reminder. Mr. due share of the HpAPPENIN
embroidered ,
y Miss Ethel Griffin In absence of the president! Lacey Company our records( are open to anyone Interested II Hand Massage Sic
8. L. Peek and Miss Mabel Weller credit for the inauguration of this
(a) Entreaty (Allen), (b) WasIt Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mrs. Edward( In the work which we carry

{ a were respectively consoled with a a Dream? (Coslow)-Mrs. R. J. Burns, vice-president, presided. Association. Is);ladly given: and to on. We stand ready at any toItl'nl-Two IScrrlfH Shampoo 35c
and handkerchiefs Simon F. Williams Olio
of socks
Jennings,
c a, pair Davis, accompanied by Miss Florence Minutes of the previous meetingwere Bryan time to aid others In Inaugurating
who has farm
J R. Stokes a
2 Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. and the other members of
Andrews. read by the secretary and similar enterprises and hope that
t Sternberg's hospitality were: Mr. ap the State Board of Forestry for north of Starke on the Ralford
I
Both Mrs Flynn and Mrs. Davis proved. our work may lend impetus to a I
and Mrs E. Burns, Dr. and Mrs. their splendid co-operation we ex- road, brought a curiosity to the
possess lovely voices and their Mrs. D. E. Knight, chairman of general: reforestation program
e ]!1. L. niggs, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. tend appreciation. The executionof
numbers were greatly appreciatedby music, thanked the committee who throughout the South.
v Andrews,, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. L.. the the our program la being ably car- .
company.A made posters for the musicale.
x, f, Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. S. L Peek, ried out under the personal/ supervision -
dainty salad course was served Mrs. L. Wyman, chairman of
Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Montieth, Mr. of John P Hall, vicepresident School of Com
hostesses, assisted Turn Your Easter and Commencement
r'j by the by health, announced a health pro- Thoughts to
j and Mrs. K. M. Johns, Judge; ane Ethel and Carl T. Furlow, secretary -
Andrews
Misses Florence gram to be rendered May 1st.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs J and .
Griffin, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs\ Mrs. It. A. Weeks and Mrs D. treasurer.The merce To Again
C. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. II. C Association is cooperatingwith
'
n. J. Davis. E. Knight were thanked by Mrs.J. .
Your Feet to
Wall Miss Mabel Weller and Mr both the State and National -
]Enjoying Mrs Andrews' and H. Hitch In behalf of the club Conduct Classes
Joe Truby. Governments In Its\ work. The aid
,, tJ MIss Ray's hospitality were: Men for ther! untiring efforts In put-
r
the state and nation come
dames J. H. Hitch, S. L. Peek, KIt. ;. ting on attractions for the club.A ) from
r r MRH. iiAVMx IIOMI: : SCKM I.: Mlggs, A Z. Adkins, W. L. motion was made and carried through; the application of the The Ceorgta-Carolina! School of VOGUE BOOT SHOP"Foremost
1 OF F\JOYAIUI'3: I'HTYMrs. I Law whereby they contribute -
Weeks ,
e Wall O. L. Iteasley George 11.I by Mrs. It. A. Weeks, that the I Commerce of Brunswick, Ga., are

Flynn, 0, L.. Ilaynes, Elite! Miner, chairman of school appoint a com- annually to the cause of fire gain preparing to establish a busi-
f O. L. Haynes entertalneithe (!I wlth'n the Associatln
[.. A. Davis, J. M. )Irownlee, Misses mittee to work with the P. T. A., l prevention ness school in Starke for the convenience in Footwear"
afternoon bridge club and i D t Sara. Mulpas, Madge Middleton, and to get authority from the area an agreed per acre amount toward of prospective students in

+r y' number of friends Saturday afternoon Klhel: Grlinn. and Mrs. It, P. Mc- school trustees to put the school the total expenditure of theAssociation thl section. This Is the second 121 W. University Gainesville
at her home. Tor'this of itsoperation.
Larin, of Falrburn, Ca.rATKRTUN building and ground in a more phase school) this organization has conducted -
The large living room of tin I In addition to flr8' prevention ( here, the first proving
sanitary and sightly condition! and I
iJr Ilaynes home, which lends itsel r : Association Is earning;;
; : : IN HONOR the eminently successful both in number
to have it kept t that way the remainder WHITE SHOESIn
BO well to a party, was attractlvi, lirSHAND'H: HUtTIIU.r .\\:' of the : on other work, the cost of wli'ch'! of students enrolled and the

on this occasion, quantities 01 r year. independently This work
The nominating committee for It meets success enjoyed by graduates of

; bridal wreath and fern being used,. I !\ U J. Davis entertained at next year's olllcers reported as fol- comprises forest Improvement thru the school

;?' W'* Several progressions of tin! e. dinner party Monday even'ug'! at lows: Mrs. I';. M. Johns, president ; planting; thinning!:, drainage; of low The organization proposes to a wonderful array of styles at prices yuu

game were enjoyed during the af her hone on Madison street In Mrs C A. Knight vice-president. areas and operations! of allied nature. -
:
.
ternoon. When at the conclusloi honor of her husband's birthday, Mrs Edward: Burns, secretary and can afford to
pay.
of the play, scores were compared,, In- this Associationmay r a
In (the attractive dining/: room,, Mrs. K.: K. Perrymau, treasurer. Membership .
**f* Miss Mabel Weller was holder 01 r t. places were laid for slat prettily All were unanimously elected be obtained on application( Say it with Flowers

;J top score and( Mrs. A. Z, Adkln, appointed table, centering which and and! It Is the aim of the Association F.
Mrs It. A. Week announced a $4.00 to $10.00
t Cr second high was a lovely birthday cake Iced In play to be given! by the Hollways that etentiially every acre Flowers For All

'4 The hostess assisted by Sural t white bearing the Inscription In at the clubhouse, )Friday, evening. within I its t Possible: territorial

w,i Hope and Georgia KatherinE pink, "11. J., D., 1899-1929!) ," surrounded March 15th. boundaries jihall be signed for pro- Occasions H

Ilaynes served a salad course with f by !sweet; peas and fern. A motion wall mach and carried tection and 'represented in Its -

,4 Ice( tea to the players, who were: sliver .
At each end of the table were membership.The
by Mrs 0, L. lleasley. that fifty Gertrude CodbeyAnderson
Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. L,' of our purpose -
candelabras holding/: pink feet of hose be bought/ In order! accomplishment( ,
kt,, ? Beasley, Mrs. L. Wymun, Mrs K' candles, ond cut glass baskets 1111- that rubbery around clubhouse we hope to gain through voluntary

i Burns, Mrs 1':. M. Johns, Mrs. C' ed with sweet co-operation! and to the I
+f penA be kept all Vf'. A committee was
A, Knight, Mire J. L. Frazee. Mrs, Miss Florence Andrews assisted end Increasingly more time! and
Robinson Mrs. N. I D. Wain. also. appointed to care for name. Phone 89 Waldo Fla. BEAUTY--- ; i
r J. C. Mrs. Davis In nerving a tempting After business was transacted, a money will be expended In educational (
tI ''d wright, Mrs. J. U Peek, Mrs W. B both old and
five course dinner ot the guests. shoit IIJ'ogl'am'I1S rendered, the work, among ---------J t
d '' djo Parks and Miss .Mabel Weller. This pleasant affair came as a complete speaker for the afternoon being younK.: Our mediums for this ac Is One-Fourth Nature end

d' a ?Fi! 1'141Tlt4t'OMI'I.1111NTI:11t () : --: : surprise to Mr. Davis who unable to attend. -(7f 1ClCtJCJdttJtlilf,8--'JI'ftL t gDon't a Cll'Ifs'L-5Cg1s -idit( ''IgiC lttJt ,fh.'is'ti"lGprt -

The following men, were I'lauo solo--Surah Hope ]Haynes. Three-fourths Care...

Invited, presented Mr. Davis with Piano solo--Cleorgla Kntherlne
; I
f. Baskets of graceful sprays 01 t! of
9 a fountain pen as a memento I
wisteria, sweet peas In bowls and 1 J, W. Andrews, HayneH.
occasionMr.
the :
{
__ Ice cream and cake was served
t vases formed the simple hut effective Jr., Mr. J. C. llobln on, Col. J9. 51.\ those present by the following THE REXALL STORE OFFERS ITS '

,
home 01
decorations In the l m
Johns, Mr. 11 C. Wall, Mr. W. A. hostesses for the afternoon: Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs H. K. DtnioremThursday t PATRONS the EXCLUSIVE SERVICE
lleswnt Jr. E. M. Johns, Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs.
d evening, when they en I
----- H. C. Richard, Mrs. II. C Ritch.:
tertalned their bridge club honoring 1'111. oil.lItS.: : i I.:. :M. JOHNS: OF A TOILET GOODS SPECIALIST
Williams and Miss\ Margaret
Mrs. T. H. -
+' Mr. and Mrs O. 1'. Johnson olAmerlcns f I1N'I'1:: ::It'1'.IIN 1 ;
r
Ca.! Long.Qulncy DURING THE {WEEK OF-
4 4t
When scores were totaled wa I Tuesday evening\ was the scene -. St. Paul's Episcopal'; '"i s 1' f

"' 4 found that top score for the met; of a delightful: affair, when Col. church bulldnremodeled.: / I

ta' t had been made by Mr. J. C. Hob and Mrs. g. M Johns entertained Forty acres of land between MONDAY +

6 Jason who received a deck ol)f their bridge club. Leesburg and Clroveland on State MARCH P 18th

Mf f ( cards Mrs 10. M. Johns, irgh: lady, Pink radiance roses and, verbenas .Highway; No 2 will be used for tG- y rs1't ,
V L r i iiii
5 ; w'received a pair of silk hose. Asa I decorated the room, providIng I citrus plantings. h t tr tr. +15'x.OpIt" S w s f. t} : : .

k + memento of the occasion Mr,, n lovely background for the Jacksonville Two additional : )I I This exceptional opportunity permitsyou

a 4ty; and Mrs. O,, P. Johnson were pre tables where the guests spent a trufllc lights; Installed here. I(

< tId' LL vented with gifts similar to dnbprizes. I merry evening. New ice plant rapidly Hearing I iii I to have advice or demonstrations in '

#, f' High scores were made by Mr.J. complet.on: at Ilrooksvllle. )I I II the proper care of the
complexion There
n At the conclusion of the game,, C. Robinson, who received a tie, Ocala\ -- Contract awarded for -
i
1i4 the card tables were laid with and by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, who was erection of Ice plant to be ] i: ( is absolutely no charge for this service-

lX. dainty covers and a salad course, presented u fern dish. pleted early In May. com-I Rl i 1 I It is one of our features. "

was served. The hostess served strawberry Jacksonville Hid let for

I 3/ m' Those playing were: Mr. and whip with cream, and angel food t'ou! of master service

i Mrs. C. A. Kn'ght' Mr. and Mrs. rnke. Sweet peas were used as building here. l I
;
lJy&' J, C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs O. 1'. favors. ShutTle courts installed in city) I: 'u t H, +tly r,,ra CARA NOME TOILET

1. Johnson, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs Those vlayliiK, ; were' Judge; and parka of Delrny.) VII. ''m PREP ri&s

yvj II, C. Wall Mrs E. M. Johns and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mr. and Mrs. C. Several .streets being Improved t ;mi a 1 1d i i,

itl ? 1 Mr. Carl Johns A. )Knight, Mr. and Mrs. II. C.1Vail I In Plant Clty-: i

AB a Mr. and Mrs J, C. Robinson, insure the attractiveness and
; )114.ltl'ItiR,1V1! : I:! .'l: allt4.tt : fl ay :viaic 1.1 i iz personal
Mr. R. F. Demorest and Mr. D. L..
t'OLI.KY: KXTKUI'AIN: ;: CIIU'MiS:
# .a charm that
VlnliiK. every torah desires.
i ,m NO. 1 AMI :NO a Do aching feet '

11'. :M. I'. U.I.Y' i : u I

m Mrs A W. Uedgrave; assisted Ji jl ryte? '% ruin your : e, .M :. STEP INTO THE STORE, Write or phone us, and

by her daughter; Mrs. Thelma Le- The W. M. U. Hally was held I select

'" +$ flle. entertained Circle No 1 Monday Tuesday, March 12 1929, at Pine springtimewalks t: i a time most convenient for you to have the

afternoon, at her hospitable, Grove church, near Calnesvllle. : Live in a Shadow i ii services of this Toilet Goods Specialist in your own

home. The rally was opened' by singing ? '
m+ Mrs. 11 A. Weeks, leader of the, "The Morning Light Is Hreaklng." l> i

y,,,t.,; 1 circle, presided over the business The program for the day was as All Your Life f I

fy( ,ry ? '' cession, and Mrs J. W. White waa I follows: Those exuberant walks when !I( home.MITCHELL'S

i the leader of the study on nils- Welcome address--MM.( W. C you expand with the new life $

iAli sinus The names of Mrs }oJ. J. Carr, of (dulneavlllt of spring-can you enjoy them DRUG STOREThe

ji' j\ Dowling and Mrs. Sam Anderson Reports from the different un II
i dc.$ were addod to the circle roll. ions. this year? Or are you the 'x Step out of the shadow of financial dependence -

f slave of foot troubles? Youji\ into the sunshine of t financial inde- '
t ; Plans were made for a mother and Devotional was led by Mlsx hazel :i

daughtor 'banquet, to ba given on Underfill! of Starke, who fIIVla : can free yourself now I pendence. The step is not long, the way is : i 1. Store

't' the 22nd lust, at the Woman's very interesting talk on "Love, I
not difficult-a savings account with pOl"I
a
7 clubhouse Miss Kate Striilh was I
Iho lireutest Thing! (In the World. 11'1
r appointed treasurer for Circle No. Inspirational ndlrl'lII--Mrs.! Everett ; DrSchollsTbot tion of your earnings added regularly will STACIE=, FLORIDA _
PHONE Ct
1 Uoblinou, who spoke on the Cojrfori. fpfliaRcef soon place you in a position where you can
The hoKtt'HB, assisted by her great' subject of "Light." ThU : be .
< daughter. :.Mrs. Leflle, served a de- address financially independent. ;
Ek, ; rX was greatly enjoyed by everyone can relieve, you as they have I. -
many I-
llclous -alad course with coffee and present, Doxology. thousands of foot sufferers. .,.
These _YIIWId "tiiibplinu' '''' i i"--,;;. , --
tea. 12:30-1: ;:30, Intermission ? ivi' ;, ipyne" ,
at scientific devices remove the cause, 1"''' i"inmBjf" __ "",
i Circle No( 2, Mrs. F;. M. Hooks whfch a delightful luncheon wan and help nature to begin her healing I l o< BANK OF STARKEA

i leader, met at the home of Mrs. served by the hostess' church immediately. At our foot comfort: deportment HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE

1(, J. F Collcy Beautiful roses and 1'SO.: :Meeting; of the executive ve can put you In shape for I

W calendulas gave a note of color to, committee. tome real walking. ROLL OF HONOR BANK

y tbe rooms where the hostess entertained Reports from the various unlonr I '

:1*?' y and an enjoyable as well concerning their different uuxlllares. Come in and tell us I

,'.{ ..f i a. profitable afternoon was spent i your foot troublesSternberg's I STATIKE, FI.oRm.\ 1
?'" ti, Make It a Habit to Meet Your Business
t k in social way and furthering the Inspirational talk. Mrs. Vagt :i Represents the Rest Leading

interests of the church Ilev 1-;. M, of Gainesville, who spoke on "Tell I FInE, InofurAlt'e Companlea I

't s Rooks gave an excellent talk on lag You How This was a'Very In I I Friends Here. I" ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIADILIT" CU

s the subject of the mission \lesson creating talk[ especially to the Starke; Florida I 1nmmcm ADJUSTMENTS JLIDH rR03IPTLY t ''I
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1 Ina Y. nR.-\DFOnD COUNTY TKI.KGRAPII RT.\RKF., nonin rAGE FIVE ;

_'h ___ ___ ______nj -..--- --
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1.5S252SZ5',5 j The Y W. A. will meet at the Humming Bird hose that hush I tr m foundation See the
CD 3 home of Mrs E D. Card, Friday uinably match your awn complex. CdrHciK at Stump's rl'nA'th. manse Program and refreshments
John :i.i6.: : Ho that hHlevethon I
evening, at 6. 30 o'clock. Circle on at Stump's.Mrs. 1
Bits of Miss; Hazel Underbill of Starke I the Son hath everlasting 1'fe! ; A cordial Invitation to all our i
No. 2 will\ be hostess at this time.,
D)) Felton Graves. of Lak, :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hudson and son and he that belleveth not the Son i services extended. to all.

) Mrs. M. D. Humgarner returned Wales was ire guest last Thursday Johnnie and Mrs. Mullls of LO.W- shall not see life; but the wrathof 1IAPT1HTSunday

local lNes' !] Sunday from Palatka where she and Friday of Miss Thelma I toy, were all dinner guests of !Mrs. God abldeth on him.

] has been visiting her mother Mrs! Albertson at the home of Mrs. Emma : Laura ItuddlnRton of lIt1d ] B. G. Farmer. Other Mr. and !Mrs. Increase
guests us attendance
were now that
Canton Mrs. Graves will be unto the Lord ; for lIe hath torn
Our g] Froy Buddington, son of Mrs. Dud- families I
Concerning People Business are Improving In health.
and For 40 remembered by friends in Starkeas I and lie will heal; lie hath smitten .
] days only. "Hoover Bros After
dington. a most enjoyabledinner
Progress of the County and Town. g] Special". 5 photos for $1.60. We Miss Cassie McKinney the visitors were Invited and lie will' bind up. m.Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.

t ] have never offered anything like over to the home of Mr. and Mrs For who did, Jesus pl'ayus- '
Junior
n. Y. p. U.
at 0:30
[): : p. m.,
read I Cor 6:20.I'IiISlIY"1'Eiii.IN.
] this b'fore'e do It to help you Mrs. CI. M. Inman intended the )Froy Bud<111111I; <>I1. where a very wer, : Mrs.
., ,
--- IL JL JL JUJU JUJ1.J1.II.JUJLJihe ._ .....=........ == ----- Raymond, leader
es o=ca ""' ''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''I.- -" ====OQQ ) form the Picture Habit. Hoover afternoon
stale convention of the Woodmen pleasant was passed : : Mhl-week service Wednesday, '
;. $1 dresses at Stump's $II.U.bll)" >oii n prvttyut silk[ frock Bros. Studio. 3152t. Circle which convened March 12- Mrs Laura HuddliiKton is a grew: 7:30: p. m.1lelbourneJ.ocal.

SIt.rnhl.I.I. 13th at Pensacola tiring sent as aunt of Miss 1111' <11'11111. ( Hex.! Gco. II. Lowry Minister.! ) airport form-
W P. Randall of Tampa Mrs. E. M. Hayes. Miss Beatrice --- -.-
.i delegate from Starke Grove (' role 10 a. m. Situd.iy' school, J. M. ally opened. ," -j
[ the week-end with relatives) spent BullE'nlnd Miss Pearl Manning CHRIST rOil ALL-ALL POll CHitIn '
MI Miss Lois! Adklns Xp. 278. Tl'lIhy.llItlt. ---- --
the I were shopping in Gainesville Bat"urday. : Jacksonville. -- 28 streets of this l
11 a. m. 1\101'11'11,1 worship sermon -
week-end with her .
I.. Tlllman Alvarez visited Margaret Adkins of cousin Gainesville.Miss I Mrs. A. M. Derby Mrs.V.. J m Dd bv the pastor, "Called to be city will be !paved immediately at

.If, vt>s in Jacksonville Sunday. : M. D. SuiniM" approximate cost of $150,000.
Miss\ Virginia Weeks and Miss l'pperHolI.11'8. ItuniKarnev.Mrs ._.. ......,............h&M. .......'.-....\!.IO" Jacksonville New addition
Miss Fredrlka Struth Jim !Silcox and !Miss hazel i ai1): : I'. III. Christian Endeavor.Topic .
Ml host, at. KtomlMM'K'H [sur', spent the Arrie Horton spent Saturday In PRAYER completed (to 1'1IIKly'Ijllly: ;/: sturo( at 1
Hie week-end In Jacksonville Underhill attended the \\ M. U. BIBLE THOUGHT AND "' "Mow, the Church Helps) \ 8I
with Mr. Gainesville. Miss( Horton was en- Ion 141
tr+ nr.l and Mrs. Laurie Edwards.: association! ] rally at Pine! Grove I lo l.lve t tho Christian, LI fa," Leader Brand street 1I
route to Cairo. Ga. .
Tuesday.The WOltsilll HIM \vilo is Miss!' Hazel White. I Inverness Local I men purchased .
and Mrs W. I). Brlnsoi) ----- -,-.-. .-- Mudlson Service I Station
| >II You SlI'KKMi: "F: 7:11I: : p. in Evening worship, .
ran
get JeIN..I <>\<-i-als! for
Starke 5 real portraits for $1.50. Thisis I
1 in Saturday
,I" visitors h")'" tit Sh'I'Ill"'I'I. Intermediate U.'s! will Luke 1 : S. And JPMIIH answered song and sermon -
.. the greatest thing we have ever
hold their regular business and mid 1 said: 1 unto hI\II. Get thee behind The annuli congregational meet I; ,
i City the Picture Habit Remember for
tt iv in Tallahassee. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs J. 40 days only. No engagement nec '"hurch, Monday afternoon at 3-45: Thou shnlt worship the Kurd Ihy Wednesday evonliiK Starch 2U. alA l Ih'nlh.t
L. Simmons. ':'clock God and Him only "ahull, thou o'clock HeporlH of all departments : Over Corpt-nliiR's Drug Store
storulMTK'ii for SI ffn --- -- -- -- serve. and 'tirtlvltli'4 are to lie 111..1 Mionn :ilOllo :
------- Studio. 3-lfi-2t. I
f ).11 lorrtTtly.rli I I1. Mr. and Mrs.fUli Ulakely and -. Do mukc It n po nl of(' hetug !Mark I 12:! 30.: And thou Chilli ftontod, and olllcerH elected l for the' I Hours: l> to B.
corseted the | lave the' Lord God with all Ihyheart boglnnlnic 1 I. After the
little son were the guests of Mr. I[properly aw HIHIKKnodeled ; \ thy yell ; April '
The Y.V.. A. will hold theirregular t
: >ind Mrs. H. V. Knight spent I hlp-llm rorniii a firm. nnd with all thy soul and 1 liusltipss", seMston ill (the rhiirch H
and Ml's.V.. W.
naisden this week. monthly meeting at the .. .. ___ _
inIn, Jacksonville. --- -- -- ----- -- ---- -- -

-- home of Mr. and Mrs. 1.1). Curd .__ __ ._ _c.m ._ cucm .
-
___ __
Mr.: L. Loyal of Jacksonville, __ ._ .. u_.
wasa Friday evening at fi o'clock. Members _
i ('ol i O K. Knight spent: several .
business visitor In Starke Tues
urged to attend.
lv of this week in Tallahassee
day. r

ll.uott >nil svn those !Sjt! !.:{!) "Straw lint HCH.HOII IM about her4lernlerg's <-
Orders taken for Arkansas Missionary '
gut ('111.
l at 4tcrnbcrg's. strawberry plants. N. D.

----- -- Wainwright Jr., Starke. Miss Myrtlce! Jackson Miss Myr- BUSINESS SCHOOL
JMr: and Mrs. H. V. Knight were
:
1 Jacksonville Monday. win Jackson, Miss Ethel GrllUn.
Stale's Attorney II. V. Knight Miss Minnie Gruber, Miss Claudia .
attended the state bar association Gllchrlst and Mrs. II. C. Mitch:
I:Mr and Mrs. E. \V. Hayes vlalt-
In Miami this week. were shopping in Jacksonville Sat
[ Gainesville Monday.

Mr. -and Mrs. J. W, Andrews.- Jr., urday.

and Mrs. K. L. niggs spent Tues- Voile In nil colors' at "'I("J'II- !' .
day in Jacksonville. 1)crg's only 2".(. n >" "'11. For Starke :
ENT A COICOLUMN

Leave your orders for Arkansas Mr. and Mrs. 0, P. Johnson of 7

.strawberry plants with N. D. Vmerlcus, On., left Saturday for ,
Wainwright, Jr., at nclalr Service :their I home and were accompaniedby

Station. Mrs. U. F. Demorest. who will t
WING SOLICITED-FancY and
I spend several days with her -
I plain. satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs C. L. Thornton of Dnthan, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Johnson parents Following correspondence between the president of the GeorgiaCarolina -
Ulr P B. Hunt, Hampton, Fla.111.1r.: Ala., spent the week-end In Starke

with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Saul. New floods arriving da'.ly at I School of Commerce and some of our former pupils here, and after a personal !
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''' [hli b,-rvv SALE3; refrigerators. 150 80-quart at seven straw-dollar Mr.to Nat business Sternberg In Jacksonville was attendIng Stump's.Mr.. and. Mrs.o'repll1l1n Keglsterspent investigation of conditions in this part of the state, it has been decided ::)ij ijto )11,I

1 ,., each delivered. Write Hob-
: "
j lii-oii Bros.. Plant City Fla. 2- Tuesday. Tuesday In Jacksonville.i, establish our second term school in Starke.
Mr. Register attended the meetingof !
(

day' only. A quality portrait G the GeorA'eVashlngton.. The executive offices of this school at Brunswick Ga. and the North :
are I
lilt SALE-1927 Chrysler sedan, for $1.5j() If you miss this you .- '
[splendid mechanical condition, lose the greatest bargain we have New Dresses at Stump's. '
p"'od I paint and tires; a real buy. ever offered. Hoover Ilros. Studio. I I Carolina headquarters are at Goldsboro. This company operates term :

IsY7 I : Pontiac landau deluxe se- 3-15-21. Mrs. G. \V. Alderman and 1\1'13: '
dan looks and runs good. 1I24snindard Maud Mitchell. Miss Blanche Alderman i schools in more than 200 communities in the United States. '. (

[ ] 6 Iluick sedan for Mr. and Mrs. )Everett;: Miner; and and Sir Laurie G. Hay i I 1 ,

'"iii\ $150. 1927 Dodge sedan, daughter. Pauline. of New myrna were visitors to Jacksonville Sat
leather upholstering, almost new spent the week-end with relatives.Mrs. urday. I The establishment of the Starke school will give the young people of


1I's.I >,J6! Ford only tudor run 15,000 sedan. miles.1-ton Ceo. Flynn and Mrs. Paul "Hoover Bros. Special" Photo I this section an opportunity; to acquire standard business courses without expense ,I: i

It.ialiam' i Dodge) truck, extra Canova visited: Grove Park Mon For 40 days only. 5 for $1.50. A d

good tires and completely overhauled day. real I portrait of "Hoover Bros : and inconvenience of going away. ,q i' ; trI
mechanically new bat- quality. Do not miss It. a.l G-2t I :! g

"1 1"\" i just the thing for berry Get my prices on Arkansas Missionary The following standard; courses of study will be offered both day and ; .
milling Phone 142, Gainesville strawberry plants before Sir and 1 111'8V.. A. Scott have <
foi, full Information. Will be btiy'nB. N. Wainwrlght, Jr., returned to their )home In DeLnnd( '
night] '
I /gad( to demonstrate any of these Starke. after spending several days with : "

Brooking-Turnipseed, Inc., h's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. ., .1.1j..'
.. .
"+'2I I .n w. university Un, Gainesville222tt,' Col. nnd Mrs. A. S. Crews were Scott. i, NTKNOfiltAI'lllr: ) 'U\I\It-IU'I.\I: : : (.1)I.115I: : 1'011I111I'1'1..1 I anil Ttix* siritir.\ui: : ( '(lI.ltSI.;] J Ai"; 1 N

)"Ia .'I business! visitors in Jacksonville I roritsK: 11'rltlug,; CourMi. Hook keeping, llauUliiK.Tomli \ i'i'O.'pltlt )

Tuesday.Mrs. Visit Stump's Shoe department. Touch Bookkeeping, Ranking BuokkerpliiK IIiinkliiK, 1 ( ,,
Shorthand ,
Typewrlllng, llusl-
)It I( SALE--Korth half of South- II Easter styles on display. IIusliiPH'n Arithmetic. RnpGregg Shorthand( Touch I '
'I Davis Mrs. U. A. T OpuwritliiK' ; Business eels Arithmetic, Rapid \
W' ii quarter of Secton! six, I.. A. Id! Ciilculntlon, IluslnessEnglish Typewrit, IlusliiossArilImicllc \r
township six south of range' :22! Weeks and( Mrs. D.) L. Ileanlpy I English. Tliis'ness! Correspondence IfiiHlni'HH 1':111Cnll'ulnllnll: !till"I I In e H M ;
I Business C'orriiNpondenco -
{" Friday in Jacksonville.Strawberry ; \llsli, Ituslnoss ('orr08111J1I1INnKII"h., HusliicsH Correnpondciu :
Jo asl+ 80 acres more or less spent Penmanship '
'
linidford county, Florida. Ads i 1 FLORIDAI ] Spelling1'! Flap'd Calculation 1 Spi'lllng, I ell- 1111'0. Hiipld Cal lrlllnll"", '<>, Penmanship I \ i O'. (
r-s T. J. Bryan P. O. Ilox No. cups, 500 for $4.00j. General Office Prac mnnshlp Cieneral OiricoPractice. IVnmaiiHlilp. HpellliiK Spelling, General UIIIco :t : '
;
''.1.i Atlanta, C5a. 313t'II F. Klckliter. I lice General l Olllce Practice. Practice. : ;
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Mrs. Laurie: Edwards; : of GAINESVILLE
and
Mr
|!l I.IONS Tomato pepper and withMr.
+ (plant plants grown from, JackBonvllle. spent Sunday ---
and Ml's.V.. M. Struth. CHARTER MEMBERSHIPFollowing
'"u'd seed. Now ready for ruorm.uts: WKIK: : ('OUI I

.1.1 nment. Halle Seed and Feed Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall; I were I I I __.:MEM'IMl. ; : _:\.I (:!I. IH.li .
382t.
and Mrs. M
guests Sunday of Mr.

111.) -.ALE-: -Florida Special ton L. Granger in Waldo.( I MONDAYTUESDAYMelroGoldwyn the usual custom when opening a new school we shall place

+"+ .,'Wiggins n" plants, $2.25, Starke.per 2-8-21.1,000. 00 day and Old Style Running ) talking picture twenty-five specially priced charter memberships with the first twenty-five

Velvet Heans. J. )F. Klckliter. I "THE HKIXAMY; : TIIIAL"AVIth Not is there material i
who apply and who are accepted for admission. only a I1 I
BI.'f'fBUOSSO: and
11\1\1'0): PLANTS FOR SALICi I
' r'III'hla, >i Special $1.75 per 1.000, Mrs W !M. nllth Wttlnwrlght, and!: Mrs.and ll. M-\Titiri: : JOY reduction in these charter memberships but there are many other attractive .';-'

1pePler' plants. F. F. Flume. daughter.; visited Patsy Waldo< Monday. Plus advantages. If you are contemplating a course in the school at the opening ; '
3-15-tf. c.'all >!<>> li'tono Talking News

1\Irs.7'JIIKhoP: [ attended the I' 1.\-:>11 )Inl II...-.- & llvcnlnir: I.-:' <> or at any time in the near future it will pay you to get in touch with the rep- ;

!\\VBEIIRY: FARMS I own Friday. Hotel and learn all details.
Wisteria fete at Orange Park WEDNESDAY resentative at the Starke immediately :
''"pie of small farms near

iiiirke convenient to roads ______ Return engagement by popular
'pools, churches, etc. Ideal and Tomato demand
On'on .
I', strawberries, pecans, truck- Cabbage, Paramount' Sj m-lin>nl/<'il I'rolurtioii -
sell plants. J. F. ckllter. and Sessions Individual Instruction
poultry etc. Would ( Day Night }

I .,sonably and on terms, as my and Mrs J. W "WINGS" [
"im' Is otherwise taken. K. W.'ues. Mrs. E. L. Higgs in
Andrews Jr., spent Tuesday With'L.ltA Diplomas Position Secured :
(tax assessor), Starke ( IMIW
)'I''i, 315tf.LEThoroughbred Jacksonville. Plus
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I Jo,i ".\ polntl I I Mr Clifton Florence Brown and KIzabeth: |of Lawtey An-, I i (I I.-b0'O UU\:lnllnl'4"' 8-E""nln: >'KWMTHUKSDAYFHIDAY 13.10: I The authorized representative for thin district in MHS. ALMA KING, Starke Hotel .E f

',. l IIUPII. $15 each or $2.: a pair ;M'sses'! In Gainesville Tuesday. ---- -- 1 1II

'ill on U. n. Prevatt. Starke. drews were r

it.o' Siiorlal" price on SLnry 111 .\ 1'iirninoiintllTalUln,;( how

"',
R. P. H.It Taken from Sir James M Bar-
Fla. ell.
i.-tsch, Sta rke, Mrs. Charles A rend eorg
:Mr. and Arendell of I.ake- rle'x play. "Half an Hour"Starring ; II
__n and Mills Mary I
-I guests of Dr. al
j weekend I IH.
( II J.::'oT One nice furnished I j land. were In: ell rn.\TTiuTo\: II. al.i
bath. $3.501 I and Mrs. O. L. Haynes.! WAItM.lt; i '
irs room near

""ing*, .-ek.rooms Also on two first light floor.house-W.ih All varieties corn' seed. J. KKlckliter. I0i! :UAH Plus:MINKVITCII: I If I'' School' of Commerce :

i augherty. 3-15-21. ) And Ills Musical Rascals I .
And
,
vis-
was I
NATION WANTED As Miss: friends Thelma at Graham AlbertlIOn last wpek ".J l'ST OMWOHI Also: )" I! II ALTON H. PERRY President MRS. ALMA KING Representative al
"'n"+reabout of German po- Iling and 1\IrII. John I ;
dog shot Monday morning the guest of 1\11' "CAI.FOItU IV Till-: MOVIE:' (
I l CUT OUT AND MAIL TODAY
.
m% farm by J. D. Dowers McKinney /5.50Matinv&: livening: 15.30 i )
not killed Instantly and ran Slstrunk. Mr i I 10:ai" )1)1I )
M-
G.
Mrs. SATURDAYA
Female nine months old, Mr. and C. chll-! I (;IOIMM.: ) ; ("MIOI.INA soioor or roMviKiiri: : ':. H'f.JCI'II.HUH.: i .\. I
k leather collar with large and Mrs Sundayatand Vltaphone TalkinIPicture : I '" ,
denPent without obllKiitlon on full Informal Ion lMHit (1uirli-r. Memlwr t' ,fs tl tl'I
1- > ring. $25 reward for 1m- "THE GREYHOUND I (;..ntJ.llu.n-I..I.I... furnUli ate, my port| u Nfliot.arMhlp t t'ft

.'matlon leading to recovery. Beach. LIMITED"With In the school. | | uri i-MtultllnlilnK In Hlarke.Name :
you
If
$5 for location of body for dusting I I'I ,. I ''If: '
',' id.' care of Sulphur mixture It. F'. It 1
Joseph Morrison, Klckliter --------- 0---- --- -- -- --- --- ------- -- -
J. F. & EDNA MUIl- -- ---------------- -
', .. H* strwaberry plants. MONTE DLUE I IPJY ; : ;
Telegraph. -- / I Htrwt __=_ (' 1) __ -- ., : !
--
netd seeds. A. A. C. Plus
Ct:* SALE 15 foot rowboat Garden and Planters and f'r 'o\nu :NKWSI: 1' y'
Cole : ( : : L
:ht cypress, partly decked with Fertilizers River's double I Nite 130 __ __ ------ ----- __ __ ___ __ I It
distributors 15-10 lab __'__ -------_-___---_-------- -- ------- -- _=_ --------- -.: -- --- _.-___
<1 cedar ard varnished Apply i timer at ""hlte'8eowtf.. j --------- 11 l! ','
Plows
Telegraph! office. 1', I I stock :" If


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: ;' ; IU l BRADFORD COUNTY TELF..c( RAP:II, STARKE, FLORIDA .'RID.Ul1.Rrll, It I tll9:
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-- -.;:: --- = ==__"'-=:" I ues Like the boll weevil the malaria man who burns the woOl!
:: ==:__ -c ,
___ :_'s"3 Burning of WoodsHinders hvlt
f' k I Raise germ, or the cattle tick, the to strict! accountability (.I", ,i ,
How to Poultry tC''|t
Ct t woods-burner drags down business ) The irresponsible burno'' i I' ,
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'I, Farmers & Farming I ) Zly Dr. L. D. LeGear V.S., St. LoU I. Mo. t. Progress "
Ii y and undermines the general welfare banished burner must i la"," ,II"l: i I

Dr.College L.Oe.rb., 1HVZ.! Thirtt pr.doae0lthe a,a ye r veierltwirr Ontario. Veterinary practice Says Forest Chief liecause of him only a small sponslbllity( Incurred \\ i I" 11, h ht,
"po
I n tfiacwM* of live tnck end poultry, fcminentuttiAriry percentage; of merchantable second starts fire on his own lall";,,,,i
.
(Agricultural Editor) poultry end Mock ralilnti. NaHonallyknown 'f"|"
: i on which could have South can not afford to .
e: ptmltrv breeder. Noted author and .lwear.r.1rt1 growth timber p. i ,? n"
l ,- -- I Likens Such I'rnrtIce. To IVcnlliiKifornlmcki replaced the virgin!; stand l, U: now woods burner to block < '? '
11111
Articles I .. L.n_ .. ,...., (. Into Mote. available on cut-over lands lie- progress" '
Contribute
Truckers Are Invited to f \11 (1 trough ihat
Farmers and run 'ur nuu openings' .
: I of him land values have suffered -
; I : : of Farm Experiences and Methods Found MIST row, griuTiusUK : ,are covered with thin muslin cur In calling attention to the preva cause, industries and population The pageant!; Of Sara l U>, ,,
t .: I'Orit Qt'\HTt-HS: ?tains during cold weather. In annual event is i ,, a'a'to
4 1 To lie Best Suited to Our Country lence of forest fires at this season'n have moved out and Idle acres expected t:
climates similar to Missouri, theopenings Sarasota
tliou
many t .
of him u' >j< ,
Because
L .\ 1.IIUp Tlni and] less, MoneyvesUd In. / should be left open at all the Southern states Major R. have multiplied. visitors for the the .
t :...... --='-:;;=--::-:--""'::.=.:& ::,-----"---___ r- _- I'nclli.HIM every year millions of young; forest IPI"'I.1I "VMI 1'
: = In ProMT Housing times except In extreme cold Y. Stuart, chief of the forest ser which In short time that have been arrange!; ,) '; ,
t \\ill |t<> |HI'lIIthlllIny| ] : Tlini-M weather or while storming from vice United States department of seedlings; a parades and ceremonies. ,, n !
consumed valuable, 'n I I" b.
, PEOPLE SHOULD HELP Over in llciilllilt-r, More ItolmstIVwN the south when a thin muslin curtain agriculture; ( ponts: out that promiscuous would) have have a been the features of the opi, n" dd\
landowners,
, and renter; tlKg: Prcxluc.t'on. can be pulled don''n. woods burning results In asset to with Shrinks from nil i I.' ,, \ '

'! Of course, some rain will beat great destruction of southern resources licked up by the flames Florida taking part. A \ c'. f
PROTECT BEAUTIFUL fires be stopped In ,
"oDds can
:\ jj In the southern openings at and Is a hindrance to is almost water carnival In the evi! i, III''
"Married men," so states I the times but the harm from this Is Southern the South because man
progress. The woods-burn- provide a vivid display oi '.,", : I
PLANTS trivial compared to having the "Following) blind custom or actuated the sole couse. '
f WILD FLOWER wise-cracking vaudeville performcv as misinformed or he may SaiiiKota buy Paradi. hilL, .
be
the closed nearly by mistaken belief In er may
front of house or a
halves but show, bathing: beaut\ .
"have their better be acting merely In accordance \ ,
I benefits to be obtained. Major
so. street dancing and the -
bachelors have better ," In either of these t ,,1,
quarters with
What la more Inspiring than to it.\iii\: 1'.ILI'IN:!! I is!! The floor should be eloping a Etnart said, "many persons con custom. Is to county( exposition of hum> ,.

c. drive along beautiful ]h'ghway! iii'! ; 1"rlit: 111N: 'U'VIMJ While a great many people may little to the front, so that the rain tinue to set fire to the woods at cases all that Is necessary and manufactured prod.,,, ,
'. r' HHJii 1'lUt'EU: SCHl'US take Issue with the foregoing statement that should blow In will run to the this time of the year. Whatever reach him with the r'ght Infol'l11a1tlon. j other big events on tin i I"., ;a1 '
the verdant growth and actuated by mullclous ''tt'!il
and he Is
nee It
hard
it would be to( disprove front and out. the motive.may be that prompts program. ;

i; pause flowers of the woods these Oa'iip vllle, Kla.-Raising dairy that a majority of the chickens No ordinary glass glass windows people to burn the woods the result motives severe measures may ---

q y lovely sprig days? And what ID calves Is one way "Ior'da dairymen being ra'sed'! In this country are are needed In the front of a poul- Is apt to be loss to themselves, be necessary Hut whatever his Lee county's vegetuhii; )( '1 1

,r more disheartening than to( see tlrl" (lie may get their business on a entitled to better quarters and e do try house, and very few any place 'their neighbors and the commun- motive he creates a danger when ments were boosted last a. ., ;h M|b,, :.

beauty of .these all rubs being laid (better foundation In the estimation not get them. Certainly, a distressingly else. The front ot the house Woods-burning In the South he sets fire In the woods An Individual the first movement of p'" ,,

waste by flower vandals? of Hamlln It Brown extension large; proportion of the poultry should be boarded up solid for Is d'rectly' responsible for losses has the right; to burn his Five cars of potatoes swell?. i| n }

''I Nature has been generous In dairyman. In the past many being raised today would faUn three feet above the floor and all running Into hundreds of thous- own land, provided he confines the week's total to 21 (cars in.ihn; 1;

"'( tt; providing an abundance of flowers : dairymen have preferred to buy that category openings should be above this. ands of dollars annually, fire t6 his own property und other- 251 cars of truck for (it' .,..Awto : 1:f.

and shrubs and trees that grow I mature cows rather than go; to the All too often, the matter of poultry In cold climates! the north, east "What is needed is more widespread wise conforms with the law: but date The citrus tnovenv, ,", r q(,I'' ,

t I wild and naturally In our wood trouble to raise a good calf but It housing is left until everything and west walls should be made realization that young he Is grievously at fault unfair to the week was 31 cars buemr, .i,

V. and along our roadsides, wherever Is time these men realized the mistake else has been provided for and warm Ship-lap or drop siding' growing trees have a definite money his neighbors/; and unmindful ot the seasons' total to 759 rnrClearwaterl0,000,0uo! ,

v ''t itch woods and shrubs are ]left un- of this practice, he says. then, any kind of old shack will should be carefuly put on so as value. When the woods-burp- the welfare of his community when tJ

b t; .t molested And it is hard for anyone I, The man( who goes out to buy a bo hastily thrown together, often to leave no cracks, and then this er allows fire to destroy the young he permits the fire set on his landto ) > roa '.11

e to view this grandeur of nature mature dairy cow stands about one In a location not deliberately should be lined on the Inside or growth of the forest he is burningup spread to the land of another. I jnd bridge construction pr'gra') 0'

''4 '( without a feeling of appreciation chance! of getting a good one 1 to chosen for t the purpose but which I out with two or three ply roofing wealth as surely as If he were Timber growing can not be safely i recently completed in PinellI! .

;. and a desire to secure Home three cl\\l1I'es of getting a cull that :'ssued because it Is fit for noth-) paper securely put on. feeding greenbacks Into the stove." practiced in the South until theft| <:ounty.

J. v of the floral and shrubby verdure the owner does not want In his 'ng ele< A house built on the plan described The South says the department, -
: : :
:
:r for his own I herd Is the way Mr. Brown figures As a matter of fact the location will always be a source of still: has more forest fires each ,

We ran hardly blame people, especially It out In the past It has been the that Is fit for nothing else is usually pride to Its owner and will pay year than any' other section of the I

u; those who live In cities policy of some dairymen to pay unfit for poultry ruls'ng, but real vldends: In healther! more country. Approximately 20,000- li1J. I.J'I.

e. and towns where they do( not have extravagant prices for cows, but that 1 is 1. apparently not often taken valuable and more productive 000 acres of forest and cut-over R. DAVIS & CO.

a hnibs, trees and flowers In as I' the time ban now come when this ''nto consideration I shall briefly fowls. Anyone who Is Interested land are burned over yearly in

!, .. treat( profusion ns do( people who( cannot he done, states Mr. Drown, describe a' type of house which, In better housing for fowls and the Southern states and this is J''' !h

live In the rural sections for want One of the drawbacks to the after experimenting w.th: many desires further Information may about 80 per cent of the total forest -

J ing to take the flowers home with) growing of dairy calves In the kinds for over twenty years, I am write rue for further Information areas binned in the United INSURANCEAGENCY
of knowledge\ concerning convinced Is the cheapest most States.
lack
slate Is the In care of this newspaper
I'i' of these
1' them. However, many calf. Too healthiest, more comfortable III .
b feeding: such a practical, The department's attitude toward -
,, C people seem to think little of the much grass and too little attention: and easiest to build poultry :liE\\ ('OX'rEST FOIL the practice of woods-burn- ESTABLISHED 1886 ill i

u future and only of the present to other feeds are the main difficulties house for the average farm i-ou ('I.nlI HOYSOalnesv ing la clearly denned In a. recent

''; 'tl They break and dig up and mar as found by Mr. Drown, flock, of which I have any know) statesmen by the forest service: '

+ the shrubs and flowering; plants Some people( have an Idea that a edge. If I felt otherwise It 1 Is 'lie, Fla--A state-wide "The South needs productive forest STARKE FLA. 6 ',:
I
1'' .- I ti thus destroying their beauty now I calf must be feel whole milk, but ('nulte certain all my own poultry (corn growing contest for members and range lands to maintain its I J

,I+, and preventing them from .this Iw net the case. The calf houses would not be built: on this i! of corn clubs with a free trip to prosperity, but it can not have L..... ._ :- :
sklmmllk: properly balanced the International Club Congress them while woods-burning contin
'' log flowers( again or at prodl1c-1 raised on plan ;
,1 with grain feed and rough My Ideal poultry house Is thneway as a first prize has been announced

the near future. They agea has a better cbanc to develop ) shed roof, open front, ..ur-.- .n., W. llacktock. state hOVR1 '

goose that lays the Kolcleiit eggs Into a good dairy cow than the fresh air type that admits plenty; club agent. e

lr; A and expert a whole flock of geese whole milk calf, says Brown. ot sunshine and plenty of fresh! air The contest is made possible
ft* to take Its place and lay more, drafts, and co-operation of the
: Stomach worms and all other at all times without through; the I
f golden eggs another yenr. kinds of intestinal parasites have fates south. It'should be 20 feet Synthet'c! Nitrogen Products Cot Of interest to

Dogwood redbud and jessamineam presented one of the greatest; wide or deep from north to south, poration. Rules 'of the contest 1 1eveycrrntwer

especially subject to depredations !drawbacks to calf rail'ug In the and as long as necessary to aocomodate state that each boy shall plant one
?l' of this kind and the State 20 by side dressIng ) : ,
state The answer to all this: the flock. A house ; acre of corn and apply a .L4 statement
.y, 'r of Florida, reallz'ng: this, has protected trouble( according to Drown Is too, 20 feet Is a nice size for an ordi ot at least 15 pounds of n.tro-: .. of

; 'r them by law However, much grass. The dry lot with nary size small farm flock. It gen In the form of 100 pounds of I

!;) ? ,;.I this law will not be fully effective of fresh water and shade, Will comfortably house 100 hens calcium nitrate, 50 pounds of cal-

without the co-operation of the (cit and plenty with rations of skim milk ensilage [I' of the larger breeds and 135 Leghorns ; urea, or 70 pounds of leunasal- General Motors'

1'': .1 izens and visitors( of the state. The, dried roughages; and some, in all cold and moderate peter Policyby

law alone Is not a full protection tint 1 the calf is about nine climates; while In warmer climates The regular rules of the boys'

-the people must given their coA gra'n months old will prevent all of 25 per cent more can be corn clubs will be observed In this
operation to keep these beautiful crowding.! This Information may be secured
troubles he declares.A housed without contest
those P. Sloan
.1r r A plants from destruction.. calf's stomach Is not constituted Is due to the fart that the fowls from county agricultural Alfred Jr., President

grasses. Furthermore have to be housed many; agents or direct from H. \V mack-
HINTS TO HOUSi\M\: : I to digest do not
I most of the pastures In Florida days during the winter in the, lock at Gainesville

To I'e\viit \Vhidiiwt from !SUamln are infested with intestinal I warmer sections of the mistake United to A wind and sand storm which THE public has been visiting the this machinery of betterment; so the
n r ,, parasites., It Is said. The under States. It is a great raged on shows in the j
still
"R started at noon and larger public is entitled each
: desirable house, as to improvecities '
calf offers a ch'ckens'! Into a -
rub crowd
After (')( lIl1lnl( the glass, nourished has caused damage running
; over It a rag slightly moistened prey for all such pests, says Mr they should have house plenty should of roomat be ,I Tuesday Into thousands of dollars to of the country to see new ment as promptly as it has been

with glycerin Brown all times. This vegetable models.
of growing proved.
,
In 5,000 acres
4 '. -- and Greet
front
--
,- Window l to Keep| Out the Sun I.II'Oltlil.1.XI'I':1t'1': : AIDS 1 feet high In trapdoor The wind gained a velocity; Suppose could curtain In this
( ,\ : the rear. There should be a crops. you drop a way came the self-starter
Make a paste of powdered gum; hTCIUKMCMn'svllle. ) and sifted sand clouds ,
.ITION miles
tragacauth and white of egg; neat I IS 1''l' sill( 10 or 12 Inches wide the along root of across 30 truck farms, all of which over the 1929 automobile shows and the closed body, durable Duco finish,

'r' with an egg beater and let it stand D the north wall justlitleI' with the possible raise it
.. : March 12.-D. should be opened during/; hot were badly damaged immediately upon the shows four wheel brakes. By the same
with that
'r twenty-four hours Apply a of the of about 200 acres
senior entomologist,; at night;, exception of How
Miu-kle coolness ten the
soft brush and let dry Hoard of Horticulture weather for of cucumbers under boaI'llIondllY's years ago. vividly process one of the remarkable feats
and
I .. I To f'lfiiuliu1outt' California' Florida State helping with the while during fall, winter and west changes would then appear! in industrial history has just been
is In the north, east strawberry forward-
bluing, spring
\
Mix Little powdered !
a conducted
: I 'I ""lllt'nloor| \ pumice\ stone with alcohol ("mlgat'oll work being Plant Hoard, walls should be absolutely as near Ings at Plant City came In slowly, Go back five years, or even three, effected: Chevrolet has been transformed .

to form a thin paste. Smear by the Florida( State to remain In air-tight as they can be made.be Ina 'on account of early morning; rains, and the contrasts are amazing. So into a six-cylinder car within

,, the surface of the mirror with thin Mr, Mackie expects long house, there should a but the price held to the Monday]
1f, month.Fumigatiml fast have the the
) almost improvements followed of
; Flnilda about one the back price the fouralmostone
from range
berries
+ the goIng
,. by means of a small sponge or the Plant sol'd: partition level, the bulk of
+ ? soft rag and before the alcohol be'ng conducted work for by Dr. A.V to the front every sweepng 30 or !35 at 17 to 19 cents, with an 18 .another that every year has offered overnight. Similarly, the new brakes

evaporates rub It dry with a clean board. Camp Is and H J. Wllmot. They ,. feet to prevent end of the drafts house to the cent average up berries to mld-artprnoon'l today you more for your automobile and transmissicns of Cadillac and
r' cloth. Afterwards polish with from one The quality of
R hope to devise means of fumigating the birds at night. greater Improvement dollar-in performance in comfort LaSalle are a fundamental
still
; .P silk, (chamois or tissue puper.Or by Chip at other on good and a improve-
: reco'ved
cY wring a cloth or chamois out : materials points, BO that clanger; of The openings In the front house are was anticipated. !Movementwas in safety, in beauty and in style. ment; while the new models of Buick
of clear water, il')p In dry whiting, I Florida all the ventilators a poultry eat.mated: at 101,120 quarts, Never
this
fact
'A. and ripply nut with a dry cloth Intiodiuing foreign; plant pests needs, and the larger, these permanent rolling in 12 solid cars and approximately was quite so impressive Oldsmobile, Oakland and Pontiac all

ect'l, l or chamois und polish. will be dlmnl! hetl.. openings/; are, the healthier they 400 pony refrigera as in the cars now on disrepresent values that could not have

Or apply whiting/ mixed with tin rinps the fowls will be as long and as toes. tors. play. been offered before.
;h to form u thin paste.' Use clear do not freeze their combs .
,, d tea. to remove stains..w Farmer* of--Santa Rosa county Dy having the roosts along drafts the With reports' of cold rains,, This is real progress and inevitably Such progress, born of the in.

i Or wring u newspaper as you aie ordering, large lots of Improved north wall there will the be north no east snow and the freezing north and temperatures west }Fort General Motors has been a herent ambition of an organization of
would cloth out of cold water' BO at night( by having gripping
:-' a <'ft ton seed for "spring' planting! tght: even to celebrate Its leader in it. You cannot have hunactive minds do
west walls cloned Myers Is preparing to better and
jlr' that It will be damp but not wet. The variety used Is Cook's 307-6 and to give
sunshine
Hub the gluss I with this! and afterwards Ii i-resIsts lit. 'r the south Is open should have 900th consecutive day will of be held dreds) of engineers, in one organization more, is of benefit to all. It offers you
a diy with fresh" newspaper ", l":very poultry house The observance
: i wood. elaborate affair thinking and working day and more for
concrete or Thursday and an your with each
; I ,' softened by cruutpl'ug It In the Plant food almost always costs! I a floor' either money succeeding -

at:; d ( hands, more In low grade; fertilizers': than It Is Impossible to keep The 1dIrt floors Is being planned.official James checker K. Craf-of night without knowing more about year. It gives you more value
: To PitlMi; :Mil"t'ors floor clean and sanitary. ton, the city's automobiles than for
? due to the making
known
1 + In the higher; grndcvg houses are made of the Bun and John W Keel director was your present car when you trade
i, all
Use tdry chamois or pumice In my
) XI bag, or a silk handkerchief, or tissue nnving of transportation. charges tongue and grooved. flooring that of public recreation will have the year before. You cannot have it in.
for the (tller.Luke
: .. "", 1 paper, or apply powdered Is absolutely tight All my three houses feet charge: of the celebration. ( great Research Laboratories, the This is our policy. This is real

( chalk or whiting with: any v of I county growers have already are up on posts two or cool place Fort Pierce Local harbor Improvement Proving Ground and the unmatched ress. prog-
l : a .
i; these Or use a. dry cloth slightly,: placed orders for 7.000 Ibs.. high, which provides projects progressing
> of summer. A good ) resources and skill of Fisher
of the heat
a+ moistened with tfew drops of Crotalnila seed to be planted In during poultry steadily. body
roof Is very essential, as I'Jk
ammonia
i' aqua giovva thin spring for a summer house must be kept dry If the u -- -e bodywithoutdevelopingconstantlybetter

cover crop.Austrian. fowls are to be kept healthy The and new ideas. The patronage

usual material used for shed roofseithermoofing I PAINTER'SSimon of the public makes ALFRED P. SLOAN ., FraJntDttralc
r" [ WHIT r.\UM riuuattM peas me showing up paper or galvanized I possible all ] ,
Is
well In Wakulla (county reports
the
usually
latter Is
The
a'l the county agent, and most of the Iron. Pure Citrusand
v durable, but Is also, very hot I March I,lAN
t, Following/ is a. list of farm talks land now In peas will: be planted most roof Isnot
If the
y.4 I to( be broadcast from station \lu corn later in the spring.\ dur:ng, hot weather
I A straw loft. or a ceiling;
of the high
t under the auspices
4y t WllUE Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS
; will make thehonso I
;; ?" t Agricultural Uxtenslou' Division of If all home-canned food Is boiled under the rafters INVITATION
,;kk deal cooler In summer -
a. the University of Florida for the 15 minutes before It Is eaten a great I
: March 20 The program and also warmer In the win I I II General Motors would like you to see the which
it week ending any possible danger of poisoning progress i it hat made i .
ter. Do not have the roof too low, I I II by!Its ,.. :More during. the pas year and which represented
...' Is given at 7 p. m. with hotulln's' toxin will be remov! I II rwmoae than that. It invites you 10 peep behind the
eta Mar. 16-How to Handle Winter ell suggests; Cornell University. especially In warm climates north nor I progress. Singly check on the coupon below the products in scenes at the-"hod'.employej I to.wure further

Cover Crops of Vetch and PenH for too high especially up I Are be lent without obligation which YOU are moot interested. Full)] information will!
,r, plat valuable
6 feet a little
I be 5 1-2 or book which
Dest Results W I H. Stokes", agronomist / Urasses spread more rapidly and There should tell he inside Ilory of the
and book-"W General) Motors institution,
Sta- clearance space In the rear "TIMR TRIED AND CROPTESTED" Off A/",/ -liai, real. value to
Florida Experiment form n complete sod more quickly I everyone owning. or planning to
front Inside. buy-a car.Tlu .
8 or 9 feet In the
e ; tion.Mar. Clean Milk If i the grass Is grazed or mowed in- This poultry house la'" equally I -.---.--....-.-..-.-..---...--.-.-........
4 :. 18-Care of mead( of being allowed to mature I -COUPONGeneral ---..---. ._..._._..
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w Dr. R, II Decker animal husbandry *eed It has been learned by the ,, good In any climate and at any Our Brands' are the Acknowledged ..._...__.____._

,, department, Florida Experiment l-'lorlda Experiment Station. season of the year, the only dU'teren'e Standard by which I Motors (Dept.A), Detroit,Mich.
Station. being: in the construction Growers of Florida have D CHEVROLET D OAKLAND

Y Mar. 201'ureValer on the As a means of keep'ng check on of the front openings. In the I Judged all fertilizers for I models Please tend of the mr product, without I obligation have checked, information- on the new

i ,, ; ; Farm, A. P. Illack, professor of tlulr accomplishments in home southern states the front should' nearly forty years. I new iliuntrateJ book"Tht Opec MinJ." together with your (D PONTIAC D BUICK
... I agricultural chemistry, Unhers.tyof : Improvement home demonstration be o left almost entirely open at UUmett "Giving all we can for whatwe

.. ". t sc Florida chil make b women snapshots In Palm of their each furniture county weather, while Is 'old up, most north of where the front the I we get ran instead for what of getting vr" give aU" J JI Name .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .,.. .. ........ .. P OLDSMOBILE: 0 LASALLE

'C V., Winter Garden Prospects houldjbe closed for the protection I la the
before and after renovation. policy 0: Address ........... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
.
and .. ..
,y bright for erection of new Ice of the fowls. In the northern I I .. ...... .. .... .. .. .. .. ...... ..
.
l' 9i It- refrigerator plant. County Agent Allbrltten of Levy states, quite a portion of the frontcan THE E. O. PAINTER I D CADILLACP.GR

r;: St. Augustine C. F. Hamblen county reports that he treated 3.001) ,- be covered with glass aubstf-/ j FERTILIZER CO.JACKSONVILLE. DFiigrlainAeMmaticRdrigrrtor DDe/n-LjdsElictriePounaedlgbtPlasu
Club formally opens new club pounds of watermelon seed for tues to admit light and sunshine 1 D@R'atrSyrhwr

house. one grower during and sufficient air for rentllat'on! FLA. Tt.1'I.' IN-c-. Moron .
q v January. t 1I I Fasohrtr "swrr M.....,.9.10 p,/d. ((4orry lie
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local radio fans will\ also hear the A decided departure" from the I I C1.IRK.5 bIIDOl5'" I Hal\VarinntH; !March dtirliiK 1. )192! month_ 603.92 70.00 'I the city of Starke. Florida prtinant

male trio of the Bradford boys usual exhibit was noted by the I Airrieiuiurnl I I KuiitlHal. roy final returnn and make application -
BRADFORDIGH tlenort of the Clerk of Circuit I 1\111! for final dlncharKH urn. admlnltrntor
I. I Keb. I I. \ : ( 1.7HecelptH *-
glee: club, over WIUJF. This trio Court In and for Bradford County,
crowds that visited the Tumpa' fair. dnrlnu month 21.08 (it the estate. of Rlchaod IUiy
i Is composed of Nolan: Paul Knight I Florida. on account of Tuxes assessed \VnrrantN' Inrlna month -. White tI"oea.I..
The exhibit consisted of a scene in for the year 1927. tift I. March 1. 1929:!( _______h __ 82." UKOnOB C. WHITE.
and William\ Duncan. Starke Fin.. March 1929.C. .
SCHOOL ... ....
JOURNAL which the power plant. main olHce\ *'llll A. KnlKrlit tax collector. Peb. I I. 1929! 170.66
building and transportation buildIng County Proper ItecelptH diirlnir month 17.IS :\t'rI'I2
........ ..... ........ To bill due ....h. 1. 1929) !! 11.311.33 WarrantH/ during month n'n
were the central features. fly ami. collected I 174,Ml) IIH I. Man-ti I I. I I.J9! ) I*1.59
lt(>.\l>KKM: DKKKAT) yuur which '.. '> I hereby certify that the fornKoiuicstatement In Circuit (Court Twenty-Sixth Ju-
,
[ was climaxed by the : Rising There were numerous street light- o Iml. due Mar. 1. I l'! 2'.i! 11,1.10.63 I: dicial 1
Oul..tn..UnK. I show)a t ImHinceM. at the Circuit. HradfoiU County
.'('It.\| n'JlEltItY; CJHOXVKIIS: stirring; battle between the Juniors Miss Iris =McIUie, Tor. ing posts grouped about the varIous To bal. Feb.. 1. l 111 ta 4523.13:! brKlnnliiHT of and l at I the eiKllnR of Florida. In Chancery.
IN t'l.OHK) IJAMF: and 6 buildings: electric sighs flashIng Hy Hint collected, (1S.32 I the month I heieln I above. ..Hinted I and. Ira C. (Oardner
sen'ors. the Juniors ". of I the 1'e.i'elptM I and. warrantt I Complainant.VH. ti
scoring ii
To bill due .h. 28 1929
a I 4,4fi4.tl$)
.......................-i on and off and trolley cars cars Itoinl miI llrl.l>re Itunil diirlnir I Hiild ninli I II. "' ''' ( .
{ hi curtain dropped on Hrud- remarkable 20-0! up et. This years passing along the main thoroughfares To, bal. due ."..h. I, 1929 70,130.23 the ,,','nrIM, of III>' ottlt.,. and( I 1..11..1' John T. Hutton et Ai I. 1k"
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underbill .
tourney differs llv ,ami. collected 1,983.78' and "-111'1'". t to I lie bent of m)' k Defendant. .
basketball season Friday usLie. In (several ways and Jo rnly.: were visiting relatives at Intervals making appro- To bill due "','h. 28. I1'-"I':! (19,04(1.411( )\ edirp and, I belief.S I almi I ceil, ) I If I It appearing) by allldavlt appendedto
her off the from that of last year, which wan priate stops In obedience to trulllosignals. / ('tiunip. llnllillnicTo the follo\vliiK: IH a lint of nil county I Ihe bill tl h',1 In the above can HO.that .
.
ushered stage stretched over a In Mlddleburg Sunday. .bal .','h. I. 1II29: 1.1 30.78 deitoHftorleH 1 : : Hhoutnir I the liii,, lit:ii''<' \I In I It' IN .believed by complainant
4f Iiin, / K to 7 defeat, In a rather period of two Miss Hazel Underhill attended In the background!; the By amt. collected. 117.1.1 ..Ol'h at the clone of the month I herein' I that Will liii II 1k. one of the defendant -
I uninteresting weeks while this week's games artist deputed: buildings: such as To 1.>,11. due Feb. 28. 1 1929 I .1 1 3.115 lIEd Htaled, nn:il ilh l I the amount: of Hecurlty named In saId cause, la. a nonreHldent -
1 anil game playerore the W. M. U. rally at Gainesville S fui'tilnhed I'
each mirh I
were settled In three clays. The do not now mark the skyline of ('m.n'" SehoolticurrulTo deponItorv or citizen. of the. "State' of
a less !interested crowd Tuesday. bal. due Fell I. 1929!! .. 22,522.113Hy ( and the amount of Interent Florida ; That his last known nddreHH
rat team was absent and In I but which In the future or credited' I durhiHT I Hiild -
wonderful 'omblnatloneH'A'l't Its Tampa may a lilt. collected 319(10$ ( )) (paid monlh i iI wan 1102( : Hnther
w lug) a Misses Jennie Maude Crosby and I each Hrilil I l .) Street, (South
.
placed appeared the Junior high justify the Imagination!; of 1'" bal. due .h. 2). I 1929! .22.273.U3 by deponltory( on account I Hend. 1 Indiana' that he IH over Twen-
of
Iris McHae visiting Misses Comity I'ollnTo current) dally I bit bit 11(1CM or time I ii!"-
representatives.) were those who dream great things! for bill due ."..11. I, I92X I 807.00 ponltH.ltnoHH I |, ty-one yearn of a 11'''; that there I IN
loth, l teams were trying hard j It is regretted that on !Mattie\ anti Kllen: Norman Sunday Tampa.In lly a"111.) collected. 6.00 I \\' my hand thin) let day of no permm I In I the State of .Florida. ,
3, ii I the score close A scorching/ accountof afternoon. To l hn I. due Feb. 2S, 1 192) 80200 March." I 1929.! I IO. known to ,'oll1l.lnlllnnl.| servIce' of aHiibpoeim :1
1 the tournament cannot be furnished 'I'"C.I Su.Io-'h..I-II..I&"I.| .r I AV. ALIMCUMAM: I upon). whom would* bind I t ho .
t ,ivi rhead seemed to get their In this week's! Journal. Next Mrs. Hugh: Haltlwanger and ciildren : :\ IllItli, To 1.111. due Feb. 1 I. 1929/ 22.5:16.94: Clerk of the Circuit Court Hald deftrndaiit.'
Ac, ..in) edge making; them very and Mrs. O. T. Roberts of Hy amt. collected 349.69 I lIrati tonI county.( IT IS: TIIKKKKOtlH:' ()nIlltltr.1l' : ).
Icitraie In their for week a complete report of all tile Court of the County ,1ml Kiln To bal. due Feb. lit. 1 1929 23.1NO.ifiNilli :! I : Dlanche Alderman U. C. that I Ihe saltS.I dclendant.\ Will Han Ik.
attempts Jacksonville spent the week-em and h t' I IH hereby I .
games will be issued.", Hiul for Uruilfortl Counly' Slate. of -"eho,,,l llonileil. required I to 'appearto
.. with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Halt I" 'r.. bal.( due ""*'10. I t. 1929/ 11,239.73 -:- the bill of complaint( tiled. In MaidcaiiHe ..
the Starke quintet I N'T/IB/ MATT Bit OF TIIK: ESTAT13Ol I lly Hint ....11.1..1 12N.IH: '(I I'll M: ; IVrr.\IIO\* \l>l'l.\ on or befoie, Monday, I the Flrnt
I II .11'1 were Uev. 1III.) .
Hooks of the day of April A. l II. I I92 >
local wanger. ( !I. otherwlMnthe
.
.
Tu Intl. due Feb. :24.! 1921) II.111.(14( foil "1'1:1'1I.: l.l.l.: i.i.in)>\
j LHP tht'lr last game of high Methodist church gave a very interesting I Mr. H. M. Mrltae and son, Itasl N. T. Rltoli, also known IIH NVInonT. A.trlt't.II..rnl I roll Illl \lirflllll '01T' alleKalloiiH( of. saIl. bill will .botaken
Tn Iml. due ."..10. I. 1929 UH cimleHiied by Hald 1 1 defenil- '
Hitch \ 1,131.14 Fl.Otllllt I
basketball and i though
t Law-
ol business In
talk before transacting
the
a(: > student- I wel'E I >t'CeUIet. I Hy 'unit collected. ( 17.4S 11111.J'r
t r ,.entago of games won and( body on "(,110 rector Iiu hid I hg." Ourlocal i tey Saturday. TO nil uruUllorH( Icirutot-fi dIeI To, Iml. due Keb.. 20. 1929/ 1,11.1.61: ] Notice IH IS 1 KtMlTIIIMl I : OHnRllKl). that
hereby" gl\ 'ii In nil whom. thIs order I be ) '
1"hll.,1
reason la' mighty; low they Iris Me 1 1'I ll 1,11 I eels. aol l nil I I pei'KtinM. havhiHrrial I Iilili.'N. 1..1.. 1.1.Tn II | once. a week
t'' r rh i pastors have been very helpful Miss Hazel Underbill. bal. due Feb. 1929 niav' cnncni thai I II" ii Iiilcr'.tguii'I for four coiiHecutlve "''. ..k" In I the
I. : : 1131.14
I Urmuiida HnlilNiatt
record that Is hard to beat inn or 11148 I net will I I I have jiiepaleil 'nnd' r..pn'M I thepitHHiiKc I Hrndford, County 'I'..leg rR h, H ne vn-
i this year and It always a line, and Arthur Mcllae nttendei <' I >: llv mill collected. 17.44 ; : :of :::: ;: I : ; : $$1 .
Special l.cRlMlatlnn for of '
paper treneinl t 'trill lab SilO. J'"I.I"h'd It'
To bill due Feb 192M)/
2K. )
each of 1,113.6(1Piilillelfr (
You mxl IlerebyI1I (
-iniall town basketball" for pleasant and the at Urooker Saturday you. III-P I ihe '
( helpful time on each party 1.'u..1T" "lInly..f Hiiulfoid. (State of ) In /Staike, Hnulford ."Hlllt)'.
I lied uml I to "
rttqulrrtl |1""l"Ill nny Florida at I tin* regular HI'MOII" of t the SlitS of Florida.WIT.NKSS $. .
I ire a clean bunch of good Thursday morning 10:15. night.i iltnuimlMvlilch .bill. due Feb. I. 192K 1.I30.7S: : j
at : : "'Ii hills unit / you, or .
leKlHlallire of the Slate of 1,1, I
( 1"I"I'loln .
: |II lie H"al of tills rotirt.an .
I lly unit collected. 1713 I
(I'1 1p Our enrollment Is Miss Lillian Kelly spent the eltlxr of you, may have iiKiiliiMl 1 thfeMliiln I 1929.' ) a bill to h' CIIII.... lit ) tfv and iilno I Ihe of I. Alderman 1
so very large: name
1' bal. due Feb. 28. I 1929 I :\
of N. "1' JMTVII.I I I tlecpiiHetl.uftl ( 1,11.1(13( : : IMW'h
not one coach In w'th her cousins Misses conllim' IInnnl all act 1. and diilnitHof clerk of Cotirt( 23rdtliiy :
p h.n is a now until it Is Impossible to have week-end (1 lereiiHtnl beliltf I : ". Inc I I tin's IMi.e 81 forfeitureTo ? I Ihe Hoard, of Cininly (ComiiilHHlonei .
of February, A. II. I92'i./
like Coach Kay. We be- Uachel\ Stltox of known. and nioro fullv I I dt'HLTllxMl its bill due Feb. 1. 1929 .- 4,52.1.13:
mnnd chapel for the entire student body Muriel and of Itradford Ctuinty, Florida. liil'iitiils II.V.. ,\I.I>":IUtAN.
'. II unit collected OH,62!
NK1-SON): lirri'll I 1 I lute itt I III'udro",1I'ouuly. ) : I
the
to bnlldlnir
U vou can make any team he path day. Each (tencher gives: : a Starke.Mr. 1"lor tile. to I tlu1 I Honorable I To bill due Feb. 28, 1 1i)29 4,454.61 to and I "repair of I the an I County addition lly T1LA.NCIII-I'lerk Cltrenlt I.III'IIMAN I Court.

ihet- If you have these three short scripture lesson on the dayswe Johnnie Hudson of I Lawtey UeorKii A. Oardlner County Judge ii. w. AU>I-KMAN.: cierk. lull In Starke" llrii.lfi.nl Cmmtv.' ClerkA.
lienuly
be Ha- (.f I llradford <'ounty nt liiH otllcu In ____ ._!tyRhuichek1ermiinj!!! I t. ,..C..: Florida: !" and to leKallae.1 I :: ratlfv I:I anilconfirm i I S. CltKWH.:
viz: to a good; do his cousin, Miss '
qualities. not assemble( together.KVSIUTS; was visiting! I the County ( .Hirt house. In t-ilnrlo-( I I the contract I Inn theiefor, by Solicitor for .
I' a hard lighter and a good; S zel Underhill Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I llradford I'nlllll\I '. Klurhla I \ljhin I 12 l.lHK"H!>I Kl %, 't %'('I '.l. "HT" ITKMKVr: : nald, Hoard of. I County I CommlHHtonerH Complainant.XlllfKOI 3-1-61-l-2:
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inontliH from the daln of the first (OI'NTY Ft Ml*
:\ : with .1. T. and I I.. .
.Jdltcloy A. I 1'uvlx.copartnem .
ncr i that is If you keep up Hugh Haltlwanger andMrs. publlcat I Ion hereof. All I 1 I'lnlniH I and Monthly tlnanriHi Htateinent ofHradford I tlolnn) .l.iiHlneHH. I IIH uulu-I .' r'l\\l. nU1I \1II1HNotice '
grades. ) lie keeps these O. T. Roberts were visiting demand not preHeiitvlthln! t lie county for the month of l 10'1'' and. litivlt' on Jiniiiarv" 7th A. I'
All students time I ainl I In the manner |>)riHrrlhedherein February. I 1929.) 1929:!! and. to and
le mind at allfe having demeritsfor aunt Mrs. II. M. Mjtla lewallie ratlfv confirm -
th.ngs: on your their Mhull be burred its provided tienernl Fund IH herehygiven' that Hillydaya .
I the iHHtiattce of cerllOcnieH
I I
.H month were subject to memorizing Sunday afternoon.Mr. by law. Hal. Keb. 1. 11129) / n__ __ I 11!).95ltec I S In the mini, of 8 I I 11110.1)0 onIndebledneHH ) after date hereof 1 will file my
} of 1>"10.,1 March S, A. 1> I't2'! !). .*lptH durlnK month* _u .. 329.8.1: \\hlch have heretofore llnal I account and voucher* a* itti-
believe all the boys have won poetry various lengths Lester and Floyd Crosby \Warrant diirlnir month ___ 320,ADHal. or may liere- '
HANK:
T11H ATLANTIC NATIONAL : after be 111)11) $$51 color f>f the Kntate: of W. A.
ones:> were lots higher than the according to the amount. of demerits were transacting business in Law- OH'' .lAI'KSONVH.I.K, AH Kxei-lltor: March 1. 19211:! ) .. ___ 211.La County I'ommlHHionerH Inniied' : ::I by tin* nab of! I Hrndford boaid: :of (In, huh.,, received. of the ""Ht Will and Ti-Mlament of Fliii nutS Forfeiture. l''uttit I'nllnl1'lor..ln.. under,. and. by virtue tleo, A. lardlner, Bounty( Judic'*
(OH they were beaten by and tey Saturday.Mr. N. T.. 1(1*('Il. also knoun its Nel- Hal. Fell 1. 1929:! 121R94ItecelptH ) of tiii.Iii contract. of I I ratS lflll',1 County I Florida' and auk
I ih will mean more to the I and l Mrs. Fred Conner and Coil T. Ultch. dtirliiHT month __u. ON.62:! baJA III > 1IF l'ot'ST1'11.1: M ,l(4( for hips approval! and my llnal I dis.cluiirge -
O IKIOXRII. WarrnntH dilrlnif month 727.40 stub admlnlntrator.
ByV. an
[>oi and the players.TOl'KXASIKNT. AsHembly was held Wednesday children Herschel", I and Harold of 2Str!> Its. Vltu l'resldentO'l'I'll Hal. March 1. 192'') ._u._ f>57.0lllmid ( SIDNKItS('ll'NTV:OF' IIIIAIIKIIIIU, Fl.oltlUA I () I( ThlH. I lot hid' (lr 111 II rl'l'l.' I 1929.! 'e ,
!In the auditorium. An enjoyable Jacksonville spent the day with Kllllfl F.mVAKI: ) 10. (IUIMHI.K. ,
lly J. ( I. CII\\S|: / ,
: Hal. ..h. 1. 1929:!! ______-777457UecelptH 3-1 -''it42(1(\ Ail mln let rat or.MirttT. .
*; program was presented by a num- Mrs. II. M. McHae Tuesday. :\ : <>!"' I''I\\I In.IIC101 durlnic month ._____ 22J.30:! tIN (Mialruian.ATTKST i
CIXISKS: SK.VSOX ber of students. ___. :
Lester \\iirrHiilR diirlnir month
and Crosby :
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l\fesl'rs..Floyd II.V. AU KHMA.N'
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\HI.KNotice
Sixty days' after daftliererif, on Hal.I 1"1''h I. I 1'I2''! :!'!) ___7997.93 Clerk. : OK I'INl. II''U :
and Tate Brown were visiting liUrooker In-wll ; I the let day of Mnv 1930.:! I "*..blh'''" l.linil Haled -_ _
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thlH 41 A. I II.
:March ) h. I 1029.?
i'Itli the completion of the an- The schedule of the next few Saturday night.; the iindorHlfiriiefl Kxecutrlv' of the 11111. Keb. I, 1929( -....___ 1(1300lteeelitn ( :! ) ::1- -ril-4 -II.11'1'111 IH hereby given that defy\ :
I winter class tournament yes- months will be crowded) 1 with student r.,iiMt Will I I I and TeHlnment" of the KH- I dlll'lnf, month .L. __ 17.13 dayn afler date hereof, I will file my ,
tate of James. I1. I'hllllpM, dec'onHed i \VHiinntH, I diirtiiRT I month _. __u :\ I IIP Mixrn tnij llnal I account ami. vouchern an Kieditor f
lav afternoon, the Bradford act ivity. Included\ are the Tarpon Springs Paving of will I I preHent my vouohfi iind 1 Una' I 11 1 Hal. !March I I. 1929):! _--___ 180.13 of I the I'jHtate: of \\'. KlleryI
p'tbiill season of 1929 came too Junior-senior banquet t the commencement Florida Avenue south of Gulf; road account to the Honorable U..... A. lu.Ietll..ilIIl5. l"uuuil. I>IIVH| deceaned. with the llonorubl
!Itardiner County .,".IK" of llradford till I. Feb. 1. 11129) !) n____._ ((174,43ItacelplH '1'" Ml M hum II Mn,' foiierrnlNotice I ile". ,\. lardlner, ('.onntv JudHM of
The tournament arranged: ) I ( play a glee: club concert for halt mile: distance started.:", (_County, Kli>rlfla, ami auk Cur bin. approval ( dni'luK,, monlh( __ ___ (IH.52VarriinlH :! IN. IH hereby irlve.i' that T I 1I"IIH"d" County, Floi'lila. and neSt>
>ek and with the schedule\ and Junior high operetta Bristol Construction of new I and my dIncharKe: :: ,a s vuvh I \ diirlnir, uionthHal. __._ tdiall. I I, \VedneHilay I the I 10th* ttay for bin I provnl S ii nil. my (Dual dfacharxe -
vv a : iOxemtrlx.This March I, I 1929 ..._n___ 742.94Hal. of AlH-ll, .\. J' 1P29. [before 'IIIM I II I ..11orable an Hiich "lOxeeutor.Thin t
l.isi-d, !Monday began Tuesday I besides reviews for examinations $50.00 high school building well iHt day of Jtarrh. 193P.> .. 1.1'11..1. tlooiKe A. Jnionn( as the seniors and Jun- and da.'ly: routine of study. underway.Fort I.OU ANNA;/ UHIKKIS[ Keb.. 1. IllVS")/ ._- _.-___. 71 2.84! JudRe. of I Hradfoid ('iiillll)'. lloiltla KI.I.KHV: M. HAVIH.
*-l-tbt.1.Stt! ( Kxectilrtx. MecelnlH' Htielnir. month I 21_'IllS_ .nf |IM "111'.... _In__I III._. _1'iiiirl__, hf.iiMi*. In_ .I.__ _'.. h'.ei-ii> --- -- --_
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Chamber of '--i.- '' '
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olnved the sophomore sextett. I Many students were delighted: moves to new and( larger ;

'dnesday, the sopbs and junti wth: a radio program over ,,'nul<' quarters in Collier building. 'I "lii

boys met for further ellm-i a few night: ago: when the line Winter Haven Clearing I House -

|]iin"< .ind the st'nlor! and j junior tenor voice of :Nolan': Canova, popular recently shipped six carloads l!

g '. \ ,.,n, scheduled to play. Then senior rolled out of the air. grapefruit to flu sufferers: in east- ,oL14Ptc \ :

JTiniMday( the four remaining Nolan singing: and playing bin. ern and middle western states. il

h I' fought out the finals for saxophone on the Waldo entertainers Florida Week will be held from \ C, ,. d

11 II! 11 I S championship and the Il ci f-hours clicked successfully February 24. to March 2 under the "'

".. which was limited this year and will broadcast regularly over auspices! of Florida State Chamber 1

(nuck( of chewing gum for the I WHOP. He may( be heard on of Commerce.-South Florida Doveloper dadsiiys thoes ,:

(ind six sticks for the girls Monday( nights: 0:30-10.: : Stuart. -my "

inidi-nts* readily recall the ex- j .- Stuart County fair recently ,

i K boys tournament of the last There i III n bare possibility( thai held here.
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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\rll. 8T.\RKE. FLORIDA FRi1).11M.1Rf'il. ,Y
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owns, if It 'In assessed customarily KNOWS, I intended to extend through M"arclIT \ h see the tragic finish

'' Bradford County TelegraphEstablished l on the fifty per cent valuation NO ONE Ho will leave her
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t; 1877 From Other Pens. I basis. Peter O. Knight says that \WHAT CAUSED I ]>ou't Jno"< Cause Miami, wherein hs: up, ., II

.,..._. If the state tax Is entirely eliminated Val Haresnape. T E. Myers anc England, he expects i I",?, ,
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It will not relieve the burdensome 2 SPEED DEATHS Tommy Milton members of th e world's boating speed I
11 Published Weekly on Fridays: and Entered as Second Cla.ss I 1 "It's Just
; If you bet on three kings! thatgambling '''a communities are bearing, and contest", board in charge! of th e one of ,n' t.

; t i'' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. I t: If yon bet you I'l/n mak e the "- 'meet, issued a statement after tin that occasionally Lapp, I..
i three hat the way to releve! pressure Inl'\IH'I'II'II.l::| )tare Hrln'r1111 I velopment of hlga I"I."

S. Matthews __ ____.__________ ____ _Owner and Publish er ment: if spades bet, that's wheat will entertalr- Is for everybody to pay the ('1I11J4'1'lInUlII I Ho At DIIJ- .crash officially closing the trials, Segrave said. "I am d.. '1

4. C. Hobinaon __ ____ _____________ Managing Edit,or I big' you business.-Lincoln! go ujthat's pr' 'taxes they owe and enact, laws to tomes ('Ollr..('. ,[expressing/ regret at Its the tragic] Daytona Beach will i,. ,, 'qnl)
.r ."..,. .0-- 'nsure better collection -Tallahassee climax and ignorance of cause ing until after Frld.i:,. :ur
-- '- ------ Democrat. Daytona Beach, Fla., Mar 14. of Bible's crash. ble't body will be tai I,
a SUBSCRIPTION RATE Some of those "notables" whos e -0-- Major Segrove, who before:! the ,j',
The nlne-mle'! stretch of beach : his birthplace at J\hh\,
pictures are eoi, >n In the ('Igarliltt'advertisements 'S Monticello! now has the highest -- crash had Indicated he. I.t
Triplex .
Six Months 73c-Payable in Advance for burial. It was tin,
$1.50 Automobile
Yearly
j ; where the American
seemingly read h priced pecan tree In the world ac- might try another run In an efforlto accident here 14C
within
} t Advertising Hates on Application. for anything/ they ian get. St t cording to the News. of that place association holds Us yearly speed force 240 miles an hour out ol f Last year Frank Lnrki I 1 ,

_. _. Augustine Tribune. which annquncea the removal of: trials was deserted today. Daytona his "Golden Arrow," announcedhe ""
dianopolla, drove a t into ,
-011 --- the $5,000 pecan tree from Kos- Beach entered a two-day would make no effort to break his death when (

't. Bradford county strawberry growers are sporting a rei According to thu Orlando Sen- clusko, Miss., to a Monticello( Nursery mourning period following the his record In respect to Blble'a''Ing his record attempt a t i ,I d I

coin tlnel, the automobile brought har d It took seven men two days tragic ending of Lee Bible's effort widow and J. M. White Philadelphia .

pavements, and hard pavement;e and a halt to dig up the tree yesterday to break the 231-mlle- manufacturer and owner of 1\Ielbolll'l1e'I'ult si..",
o- brought skull fractures. And wha t which was thirteen inches In d lam-: an-hour record established by Maj. the wrecked racing car. wholesale and retail i h> ''I'.t',
t Major\ Segrave has set another speed mark for America n will the airplanes bring?-Times- eter, and twenty-seven men and If. O. D. Segrave, of England two Sciitiinviit Ruled cently. I

y drivers to shoot at. Union. Depends(! on how you light. an automobile wrecker were re- days previously.The Bible 42-year-old Daytona Beach Airways Transport. I in),

'1 o -0- quired to load It on a truckw .-. death of Bible and Charles garage mechanic, father of two tabllsh flying: school I, 'II.i

Another thing we'd like to Plant City Courier, I Traub, a news reel cameraman, children and unknown as a 1'lIcng: .!\Iyerlt.Ft )
Some of the Starke fishermen are going about today as i f la what the Society for the Aboll '---(o--- who was crushed beneath the "'ant driver was chosen" by White as Myers Poln

time hung heavily on their hands. Ion of Damn would have a gent For the past fifty years columnists I 36-cyllnder triplex racing car whenIt the driver of the Triplex, which opened In new beat)' p,.

0-.. Hay when he sits down on a darn- have been hammering went out of control just after I last year set a world's mark of 207 street.
r' IIIK needle Tampa Dally Times. faithfully ( featuring roaring across the mile finish
upon poems hour, for sentimental Oakland Plans .
On days when the noon siren does not sound, the chief i i S Dear me, I MUST rise! Mary's L.IUU' Lamb. It will no marker at a speed of 202 miles miles reasons.per Bible was one of the organization of Fire mi,"i edl

probably busy chasing strawberries to the platform. ---o doubt be a good subject when the per hour, also brought the end of chief conditioners of the car at ] mwN

14+ o Ohio man has been called In- sands o'f the desert:: grow cold. this year's speed trials, originally Its last year's trials, when It was
sane because he wrote love Florida T'mes-Vnlon.: Mebbe by
black paid it when he reach a let- building, driven by Ray Keeth.: and White
Fellow with a eye be acquired ter conta'nlng! 136 pages. That's that time Mary's little lamb will Lake City postofflce this decided to give the

a(' ed for his sweetie and a rival came in with a lucky strike. not a sign of Insanity; just fool- have grown Into a full grown goat. Lake City Reporter. garageman year a chance for fame I

ishness. Times-Union. Foolish Waycross Journal Herald. Men of his lack
o Benjamin of the Palm Unapproved because
because It could all have because of their Editor
been said the goats
.,,;; With an offer of $1 per word for his writings, Coolidg In three words? lamb-like are Reach Independent uses a half- of experience as a race driver association by
Automobile
will probably coin some other expression than "I choose tc I -o faith.moo column space writing about the the American onto the beach
went
Bible
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write." "Sparks and defective flue cause It the road to hell Is paved with humble corn pone. If the cake.-subjecthad yesterday In the Triplex and roar-
been eight-layer
two runs" says an exchange head- good Intentions, does that mean an the rate of
test at
-) Telegraph. Let us remindthe ed a one-way
f4i'" n line. Snagged; threads cause mil that the road to heaven Is paved Starke / hour. He made ready
r Growers should make their plans now for doubling' or lions-ask any woman. Or lookat with bad ones?-Miami Ileach Starke Telegraph that Editor 180 miles an assault against:
He for his second
I t trebling the strawberry acreage in Bradford county for next her hose b:11.-Plant City En Sun. Unfortunately the road to Benjamin Is not a cake eater.but time. M
Is not only a Tennessean, a
terprfse. Why the bill when you heaven Isn't paved at all. which Control
season. of the old school and Ho Lost
see the hose printer
? folks tryingto
probably la the reason
of 202 '
the
knows how to appreciate the really Flying along at rate N
l. C CF' o -o- travel it make so many detours. end of
substantial things of life. He is miles an hour near the tar
There are two kinds of strawberry jam-one comes in A Florida fact: The first (trunk --Ocala Star. If what you fellows gout the official mile the Triple went
with
lot bothered Indigestion :(
line railroad In Florida constructed road to heaven
glass jars and the other kind can be found around the shipping between Fernandina was and- could know be about converted the into cement. or rheumatism, his appendix Is In ,)ut of control. Just what happen-? d n. -
jood working order and his brain I sd no one will ever know. The car
l + platforms. Cedar Key It passed throughOuinesvllle. there wouldn't be enough to pour
all I six his, carburetor lomersaulted and barrel-rolled for .Good
Gainesville twelve-inch 1 a striking on ; I workmen, first of
-o Dally one BQiiare. __
and L tnn feet into u_ anftrl) dune crowded__
never ciogs ma eximuiai.'s vv
Sun And Starke. ---0Respectfully all, insist upon haling:
4 Writer in Tampa Times says the "swamp moonshiner" that perfect Give us more men like with people
-o- suggest among Uncle Benjamin, who can eat and Directly In line with the machine good tools to work with,
manufactures that the cannot
liquor so cheaply importers 'Oh, yes! Starke Telegraph edItor !Mr. Hoover's first acts as presidentbe
enjoy corn pone, hog jaw and tur- was Traub, a news reel cam No matter how
small the
4J compete with him. does read other papers besides recalling the troops from Nica-
He was ]ht: squarely and
i ._o his own, and I Imagine they havea ragua and placing! them in Chi nip greenB.--Oreenvllle Progress. I his eraman.mutilated body was strewn job is, if you are nol
---0Attorney
hook out for paragraphers, Bradford County Tele
Tampa Times has revised the old saying to "Now is the which only goes to show they are cago.graph.-And just what have you General Davis rules along the beach by the flying car. equipped with the proper
,
i time for the Republican party to come to'the aid of all good wide awake.-"Abe" In I'alakta against any of the boys In' the that all bill prisoners to the sheriff must up pay to the.'rboard the: broken Bible back died and of a neck crushed,: fracturedlegs head tool you cannot do it well

f 9, Times-Herald. we ask? Miami Our tools
army may are guaranteed
Hoover Democrats !
;! Mime of conviction. They'll put and arms and internal injuries -
1"o --o- Beach Sun. Nothing.. Uncle Ben I(
Ocala Manner you In jail It a board bill Is not lie was picked up some 20 and they cost no more
gives the Starke of the Palm Beach Independent I
i President Hoover may not believe in wars, but he took Telegraph a new name, calls It advises that the marines can be I paid and keep you in jail If it Is 'feet from where the Triplex, a than inferior makes..
lose. twisted wreck, stopped.
paid. Heads I win! tails you
the right step in promptly ordering arms furnished the Mexican he "Starke Telegraph Should sent to handle furrlners In Nica- --Starke Telegraph. If Attorney Mrs. Bible was ]hysterical when Drop in any day and lool
have added
"L" becauseIs .
one more
but not In Chicago.The !
x'' government to put down the rebellion. Is some "hot sheet."-Palatka ragua -9- General Davis' opinion Is sustainedby she reached the scene and had to over: our .stock. You'll
a boards of county commissioners !! be taken away. Today she was un find
"just the tool"
0-- Times-Herald. This has been referred fire under the Pine Knots >'OU t
sheriffs will have to starve der the care of a physician and
'' If, as Palatka Times-Herald states, the definition of Banner.to our linotype operatorOcala .- ,which has been out for a few some of their prisoners, turn them nurse. have been needing

; "misfeasance in office" is "on the wrong side of the political -0-- trust weeks more Is again'br'ght1y.burning While and we( findIt we loose or go broke themselves. If Suts'' Ih.'.. Through whether' it is a single;;

fence," why do they all.demand a "hearing?" Another good move for the new : hard to get settled down to( the the state arrests a man on a charge White was In seclusion at his punch, a saw, a hammer
shook him
it has no hotel. The tragedy
that it cannot prove
administration would be for the certain grind It ID a pleasure tobe or a full kit.DeWITT.
o right to demand pay from him for deeply and he declared he was>
legislature to. cut down the num- more with the
In touch
Most\ of the with t> once him In prison. We will "through forever." .
PaRAGraphers are sympathizing Lindy ber of laws and make those that ''old gang''and we look forward boarding C. JONES\
because of the necessity of using his one good arm to drive are left plain enough to bo un- eagerly to our old exchange papers bet Mr. Davis a Palm Beach coun White believed the car had fail.
the ed and not his driver.
derstood by somebody: besides thestate's have missed much In the ty pineapple that supreme IIAIIIMV.U'.K:
$ 4iA4 with. Likely they not with rules. vblch we
are acquaihted parking
court will not sustain his ruling. Major Segrave who was in the I ,
r supreme court Judges.Leesburg } past: Here's to the whole bunch
o Palm Beach Independent. errandstand a mile away, did not
Commerc'al.University and will be 'much obliged" to

rn "j Bridge experts and the guys who sing-songs your morning -0- neet you at the State Press Meet I, =-"'---- _______ 'w_. -
'' ;j : exercise by radio should combine and put their programson of Florida baseball _Perry Independent I -- --.c.:
team will
journey to Ralford to
the air at the same time. They'd make a wonderful com- meet the Prison Farm nine In the Grosvernor-o Dawe, whose: Indus- I

''n M" bination. opening contest of the Gator's t rial survey of Florida, completed :

J: 4I -0 season This Is one series which last year, brought to light more I
will probably( not be playeh on a real information about Florida,
Tampa Times says if men follow the edict of the Nationa I .
than any undertaking ever before ,
Association of Clothiers in dressing to match their hair guy balls.---Gaines.! attempted, !will address the Florida Ol

with a bald dome will have the edge on their less fortunatE e '--e State Press Aass6ctation .at Lake n

.I brothers. The Gainesville Sun Informs, us Wales on March IS. It Is largely r ,u N Nq
that there Is lake in Massachusetts V
a through Mr, Dawe's "encyclope
u'y lf; q o named Charguagagaugmaunchougagaungchaubunagunamog.; dia" of Florida data that Gover w n

Following the example set by cigarette manufacturers,, It nor Carlton has recently been en hp
4
Y it'll be any help, you make( the"nl'S" abled to hs! finger effectively toe
put .
PEn] in Tampa Tribune, advises cigar manufacturers to start t .
silent and pronounce the
on serious taxing ills which It is
a campaign along the line of "Smoke a Cigar and Look Like a "z's" and "t's" Just like the "w"'n hoped may be corrected by the 1 .-*./ hf

If '4 : g Senator." box.-San ford Herald legislature Tallahassee Dally q 0aa
i a ,' t of
w n. t t --o Democrat.
t --0 When the' typewriter with -- I' ,, y nl

r'7 ; The new motor coaches for long distance bus travelers larger key buttons and less "space' Lake City appears to have no !. i -.5. } cr

,;;, are said to "contain twelve berths to accommodate eighteen between them Is brought out, It cause to find fault with: the way in 'v. '' xp

persons." Well, one and a half will not crowd a berth as bad should Include an attachment to which Representative Green and ngec a
prevent Brad.
i.. transpositions: says Senator Fletcher" are looking after
as two persons. ford County Telegraph. If one of its Interests", at the natlona capitol ...,.' U ,
f ,
0i. the salesmen should! call ,on you Congressman Green guys he railed ; h

,i. : Berries on consignment seems to be out of date this sea- send,Cioss him City on down News.this way please. at the postofflce department nineteen .; boy7
times In behalf of the post- .
son, the growers being paid cash for their fruit at the loading ----o-- office building for Lake City, and

,'N platforms. Buyers are wanting around twenty cars daily and To make It nnamlnous> why not Senator Fletcher introduced In the rot
place a 15-cent tax on gasoline and senate last week a b'll appropriating
getting ten to fourteen. St.
a' do away with other forms of tax- $25.000 additional for the Patrick's Day Holds Rich Promise

b.g o ation? Only millionaires use gas Lake City postofflce! to be available

First issue of the Perry Independent reached our desk anyway.--Starke Telegraph Millionaires for the beginning/ of work 80011. I I

_ this week. It is sheet edited or not, the people are If it passes it will mean ninety orB
a Leslie
of
i newsy by George '
likely to be payng! 15 cent tax hundred thousand dollars for thPERFECT to Us All
Knotty Knee fame. You cannot hide the knees these days and on gasoline after the legislature! aid

George breaks into the ranks again with a sixteen page edition i. meets two or three times more ill.kor.
aim Beach Independent d
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4.6 as a starter. --o

-0-- Editor Benjamin of the Palm aid
i
j 'y t '1 You've heard of Beach Independent\ uses a half- ,\
; ; people breaking out of jail, but last week The glorious I event-its '
column wrlt'nx! spiritual I and h' l III VI
Starke's : space about the t I
city jail broke into the Literary Digest, mention be- OrICa'a
humble corn pone. If the I d(I
ing made by a writer of blankets being washed twice a year had been an eight-layer subject I background-is every year a heartening inspiration, ;

1 r Never being locked in there for that length of time, this Starke Telegraph We left that to I making us look forward 1100,
to the
There has been future with was
writer neither denies or affirms the statement. you. more corn a bright
pone than cake In our life--Palm I tit111 I
o Beach Independent. Same here-- --rr eyes and clear vision, inspiriting us to live to the 10:1''

w'.. f. ; Palatka Daily News says the Flagler county end of state more anticipation than realization. best in us and give time

t road 28 should not be lost sight of. Until the road is completed ----o-- way only to what is noblest and
Saw Leda
some fellows In an old
; 4 w as originally planned it will not be the highway the tlaptdated' Ford without a top the VISIONis most beautiful in our natures. One of the best ways age

i r planners of the road intended it to be. However, we believe other day and this Is what was to ensure her

s : the state road department will complete the entire road as written In chalk on Its side: "Wedon't happy days in the future is to practice r'I'I
Pdthin.
?'. fast as funds are available. covered need bya a top.mortgage because" this We had curs one of the most es- economy at all times and put a regular amount aside "t

o to laugh and thought how few cars sential factors in a hap hllarm

Some youngster evidently: believes In getting an early would need tops If that statement py and successful life. weekly, that we may help both ourselves and others want
would hold' good.-Palmetto News.
3s start, a letter addressed to "Santa Claus, North Pole" coming -U------ Come here and have later. We welcome new accounts which may'be as S,

in the Telegraph's mail Thursday. Even though the letter One paper suggests a constitutional you eyes examined Chip.,
{ the amendment compelling FREE-ft will cost started with one dollar.Bradford t
was unsigned and childish scrawl illegible, we believe San you :

'Z; ta Claus will fill the order and make glad the heart of this cjualliatlou Evidently the of editor tax doesn't assessment know I i only half an hour of a At I nt t;

youngster on Christmas morn. that the Florida constitution Itself your time and may save 111'oUI'uar.

r I Iq a-_ says all property shall be assessedU you much trouble later .

Its full, true value. Hut what's t')1\)>1
1 Starke should have an airport not for the 011.
present but the constitution among political 1 a
i for the future. Its location and size of tract is of special importance schemers -- Leesburg Commer- County Bank is

for the acreage purchased should be sufficient to cial. i io DR. GEO. E.LYONSHolllngsworth t Bradford County's d.eai !

_ _y t t ,!M give independence from any future action by adjoining property The state tax rate la nine mills Shop Financial Stronghold I'.Sat '

P r owners, and the desires of the taxpayers be ascertained which actually amounts to the KTAUKK.: FLORID.1 j I STARKE, FLA. bat

4, through use of the ballot. property owner paying 19 on every ar

: 12,000 worth of property her CarylAlaba

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