Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02377
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02377
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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; PODS FORCING RESIDENTSOF Snake Leather Now Being New Medical Bill I Property' Owners ; i i

Aimed at Must i '
Ignorance Provide

WEST\ FLORIDA FLEE HOMES Used By Stage BeautiesNEW :jl'loilda JWlor-* .loin' .National Widening Road For 28 ,: {

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Ijacksonville. Match\ 18..--With I I \I''IIIIIt' (' lliil for Tonight at '

( cue work completed and the II I Forest Lecturer A movement among Tampa{ and ('01111 huu"r. by Slayer II. T. \Vnll +I''
\\I Iof caring tor approximately I I I Florida... physician for more adjiii '

t c., refugees confronting the Speak In Starke :!ne 'legislation:: nftaltiHt medical Property owners on Madfonn and 1
ounckx In part of n national ciimna streets. the route suit' r >ad tI f j
of northwest Florida from 28 will follow ',
gn all'nlnMI I what linn !been termed through Starke. ;. ,
|"r riiio ro Milton, near PeUlInI ]I. N Wheeler U S. Forest 1 Service a recent rising tide of wltch--' must dig down In their Jean anti ''i

fresh alarm was sounded to- lecturer who spoke on forest I oriifl' and superstition, provide funds for widening of the !i ,
rond from. l
Conservation 20 feet to 2tt feet and
pln in the rapidly flowing bns.'n: In Florida !Monday A "basic science law" !such! m for the
night, under the I will be nought by pay curb and gutter, or n ,
the Apalachicola river ausp'ces of organized! medicine the suite road department will put \

Half of the 800 residents of Riv- the Woman's Club emphasised the ut the next legislature, has down the twenty feet of mirfaMntr\ '! J
bt>eu In the i :
Junction, where the Chatta- tremendous damage clone by forest the American leK'nliillve piogram of and< on each Hide will dig: a drainage "

iochee and Flint rivers form the fires each year throughout the for( Medical association ditch. ThA latter course cannot '
)ilachlcola, already have evacu- I some and already has !he permitted, and I that leaves
state. Over 16,000 fires according boon adopted In five states.
their homes which were flood- no
i-d alternative except to pay the ,: '
i by a 33 foot stage In in the'rlv- to Mr. Wheeler, burned over The lueiiBiire Is nlmed against extra amount And have a paved t,

They were quartered in the 13,009,000 acres in 1927 In Flor- 11 the ignorant practice of medicine street and not a roadway through

[mes of I their ne'ghbpra in higher Ida. The annual burning, accordIng which! recently. became a public : town.

i'tlons of the town' where the wa- to Mr. Wheeler, has resulted I sensation In' the murder of an allleged Mayor Wall has been advised 1>r

cannot reach them but anxiety "wltck doctor" in Pennsylvania Chairman llentley that some arrangement :

< expressed for many small com- In approximately 10,000.000 idle ,,3N J by three men supposedly must he mada Immediately

unities along the Apalachicola acres In the state with decreased t ("hexed" by him, The "hexed" In order thnt no delay will t', ,

and River Junction to its mouth. : growth and decreased( pay rolls a% trio sought a lock of his hair to be met with when contract Is. \

i Edward I H. Gavin a Red Cross the result. Thousands of acres .n + bank the spell and burned him. awarded for construction work o" ,,+ ':

ricer at Bainbridge, Ga., about of forest; land are going back to alive when he resisted, April 10th, and for the purpose of 'f r

miles north of Tl'ver'! Junction the state annually because of fer- St'm 1 4a j Witchcraft nnd "penult'on.. In ascertaining the wlllhrlf and oe- r 'I
the Na- tility and ge-nerallcl'8e* due to for- 4'4 w ills 4 4it sires
from IdHer form of the
lnpd permission i exists In many other property owners along '.
est fires with r
i mil lied Cross headquarters in consequent decreased t Mirla of the country, nciordfng to the l reels l named, !Mr Wall re-

,nlngton i to ride down the river production I re-oRiitzed, menihers of the I medl- nuesta, that they meet at the courthouse '

"k higher ground. The crest the Florida Forest Service. a new lold at a meeting nt Lnkelund last cost of the additional three feet of 't"I'

the swollen currents of the department of the state government I week I that it Is prattle to Bttmo 1 paving on etch s:de, together! with : ; .

iaUahoocb.ee and Flint rivers which la less than one year ; extent In Florida: the curb\ and gutter will not be 1'

ill was pouring/: from the north old as having signed up andplaced ; $ Quacks who Kullklf'nt to burden any taxpayer. 'J
under ) : Nn, are unable to write
protection approximately 4
1 id< was not expected to reach Hlv- 700,000 acres of forest f g ? I their names ore practicing medicine "linlunnn Item ley's letter tol't'i.; i i"As ,:
lows of;
Junction before tomorrow In Florida :
land Seven fire towers have been
'h'ml1 1 'i probably know the road L'
Itetuly to < YN, b Informed yon
.y They lire thriving
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Governor Doyle 13. Carlton with erected, fifty miles of telephoneline I on the mile and admlnltitrat'on of department will, on April 10th, let gt; :

i rsonal representatives through- constructed) and registeredfire fake "cures." contract for the construction of I'
solves and nostrums II
iiI the flooded areas, was prepar- fighting crews appointed for the doctors said and Road No 2S through jour city : 1\
augment -
sudden fire extinction. The loss so far on and! to Lake Hut ler. This roadway ':
|I to extend aid for any their forces every! winter on 'i
forcest these protected arena shows less will bo paved 20 feet wide. ,
Suei-gency! the while his wllh an Influx of other
than one per cent. Halt the cost quacks :,j, '
about rehabilitation of the raves from the north. As I understand It, the street

of the waters and assisted tile of such protection Js borne by the Stales which this road will follow ,I
having "ImHlc
state and federal governments and through tUnrkw In considerably I"1 ti; \
ed Cross and local relief agencies Include! MlnneHflla, Washington -
the balance by the property owners wider than 20 feet. Therefore it : 1\
'ar'ng: for the refugees. Nebraska, WlHicms'n! and
Curyvllle and Milligan were YORK.-Tha beautiful and paring the skin in soft, strong, and ler, Peggy Mnncly, wearing dresses of Connecticut, und I the !dill proponed would he advlHuhle that the road j':
Mr. also called attention pliable leather, which enhances the Alpine Karung. The girl on right la tho ,width } '
reeked towns, their Jnhabltants Wheeler lustrous patterns which Mother Nat- In Florida, physician would way be paved to full I, i ;
original lustre and color, la carried on holding an Alpina Karung skin measuring
and to the tree planting which Intend to ultimately" ( ,
B\atuated program
to higher ground are, with InlmUablo art, has woven not be dlHcrlmlnntory Blalnlltlny you l'
at a factory in the Alps mountains 20 feet In length and worth "
of the Forest Service and of the street--that U from ; p+
of have ,
ll e towns left to the mercy Into the skin of a serpent and which where the clever artisans cherish their about SSOO. Each of the dresses In publicly recognized/ school or cult. your ? ri
floods. Many houses were re- nursery at the State Prison Farmat sidewalk line to s'dewullc llne- I -t:+
lie about
were prized by the Egyptians and the cloHcly-guarded craft. the photograph 1 II worth 500. Not Hetroallu
)'rted washed away at Caryville Raiford, where forest tree seed- Queen Cleopatra as the most precious The Importation of these exqulslt No. a-Ruth Burr of Vanity Fair at The and that curb and gutter be built "J'! ,

(here the Chotawhatchee river I'ngs ore being raised for prospective and exquisite of all attire, now gracethe Alpina Karung for shoes slippers upholsteries ttia Paramount Theatre, New York, proponed measure linn not so' IIK to make complete street ;' Ii I

.ached 28 feet, and a report tolie planters. The speakers also beauties of New York's theatres. and all sorts of garments wrapped In a 20 foot Alpina Karung been drawn but n tents tive first which will drain Itself properly ,

[ governor's office in Tallahas- spoke of the- great damage!: the The skins are called Karung which now reaches millions. > kin valued at about $000. No aBack draft mete out that It would' not boletroaollve '"Wllh thin end In View I would

said that only four housesere wild flowers through annual burn- U the Malay word for serpent, wIth Pictures show, left to right:-Lola trunk and spare rim covers made against"any piacttclngphysic suggest! that you call /a meeting ofyour ,:. j' ,
pe the prefix Alpina since the art of pre Eckhart, Georgia larch, Marion Cut- of Alpine Karung skin. Ian.
left standing in Milllgan.!; Ing, and the evil effect of such council! and provide tho money M

aryvllle had about 1,200 Inhabitants practice upon the scenic beauty of It provides that the elate board for the extra width and curb ii\

while Milllgan._. forty_ miles the countryside. Strawberry Movement of examiners In the baste sciences and gutter on each ale of the 1 '
School he appointed by (ho to f
est of Caryville on the Yellow I Building Kovernor ;, street's 20 feet of paving "
: residents M'MUSK: 'nomt.U( ( consist of five members, selected "We would be glad to do this 1:

lver BI'I.lll', had.\pi about>roa 'hoi4 600 HumlbniW'I : Previously reported quarts ___ __ ________________ 872,160 Work Suspended I' because' of their knowledge of the work for you I through: our contractor ';, t

State highway forces have sand- On Faster Sunday, March 31, at Shipments for week ending March 20 ___________ 563,581 basic sciences and probably educators which would give you the advantage i

r.ged; the approaches to the Vic- 6:30: a. m., the Christian Endeavor from the state IntlUI U!IOIIiI. of the least possible cost y? t

River' Junction the will have a sunrise program in \1111111.: of HM| nry bridge at Total shipments -____________________________1435.714 actively engiged': In the practice of kind with ;;, ,'I l
of this now
nk In the Old Spanish Trail, and the Presbyterian church. School 'It"'rd.llIn'h: J 21 h. mont you or .. .1
bridge tender who talked to the The public la cordially Invitedto the healing inter any of Its for you to undertake the paving on }.' '

aclated Press from his office attend this service. Receipts previous reported ___________________ $214,740.08 Board met in called session brmi itches.' Appointments would bo each side! of our road yourself It I t,
for live yearn.Tentative for the road department -
n the structure today by tele- Receipts for week ending March 20 ________-___$185,982.72Total !> March 12. 1029 at 8 o'clock' p. m., will necessary establish gutter or ditch i, t. 1 t
immedi- requirements for to a 1
hone, said there was no William Piney, Pensacola Journal i np-
te danger to the bridge. reporter, who was a passenger on condition purpose in connection of considering with the the pllciuits specify none shall be less in the ground on either aide of i-:: e

Water poured over the rails of one of the crafts. He said threeof to March 20 ___ __,___<.__.._____ ______. $400,722.80 contract and than 21 yearn old and must be of our paved roadway to provide 1",
lie Louisville and Nashville rail- the little rum chasers were an- school building.building of -Lawtey good moral character. All must drainage for the pavement, That f":r .

cad trestle across the Apalachl- chored south of the railroad bridge 93 Cars Berries Bids Called ForSurfacing The board was called to order have been graduated from an accredited would 1 leave an awkward situation t Y t. ,'

ola river at River Junction and at Westvllle waiting for the waterto high school before beginning in your street. ..f
by H. D. May, all members being
nly a few' trains were pulled subside sufficiently for 'opera- Roll In Six present also Col. A, S. Crews, attorney the Htudy of the healing art. "Please go Into this matter atonce 1,
On 28 decis
cross the structure. Fears were tion of the draw This was expected DaysNearly for the board. Subjects to be Included in the and let me your f

xpressed the bridge might be some time tomorrow when the The board received communication examinations would be anatomy ion. \ I,

'ashed out, as the river was rising boats will continue their Journeyup Million And Half Hhlpiml The state road department Is from T. II. Emerson, dated physiology, chemistry, bacteriology "ROBERT Sincerely W. BENTLEY yours .''
and was ex- the Choctawatchee river. to Itntf With and pathology. The examinationswould
steadily tonight Receipts'of
+ calling; for bids on surfacing of March 9, 1929 stating he had "Chairman." 1
feted to crest at about 36 feet, Meanwhile, three more boats, 100,722.140, he held at ouch times and -1!
[' state road 28 from 'Starke west terminated his contract with the
river Is enroute places as. the board deemed best Mayor Wall will accompany a
of the provisioned were
fhe normal stage heavily -
through Lake flutter, bids to be board on the Lawtey school, building -
tonight A passing grade of 71 percent Is9iigge delegation/ to Tallahassee :
river -
,.bout three feet. to the Choctawhatchee With practically no let up In opened on April 10th according to :, said building being not yet make arrangements with Chair J I
500 ted In all If
rapids carried subjects. a
receding Each of them
The waters were the amount of berries Several'claims having '
coming to completed.
notice now running In several of extension d'
Kent ley for the paving r
and candidate should make lean than man
Hooded section of blankets, clothing
along the entire pounds the shipping platforms In Starke the dally papers of the state. Two been filed with the board In connection and the meeting arranged for d':
and 71 In subject and
percent one ,
rom Caryville to Pensacola food.Partial and Lawtey, the movement up to projects are covered In this let- with the construction of tonight at the courthouse Is to get 'I..>J'the
In all the other subjects
to Into Pensa- more a
endeavoring rail '
tate officials were Wednesday night reached a totalof ting. Nos. 715 and 716. i said! building the board also being views of the citizens Interested, ttJ'3 "
after test In the next examination
of the damage. cola wall announced today< a new j
omplete a survey 237 refrigerator cars or 1,435- advised that the contractor, T. II, t ,
Project No. 715 covers a stretch be' in the matter. h}
train made connections would permitted. It a candl- ;
faryvllle Wretkul I Frisco passenger 744 quarts with returns of 400- Emerson, had completed building .
the, and In Union county, between the west dale attains les than 76 percent ''> 'I
of Louisville
Congressman Tom Yon with a 72280. Prices for the week have in accordance with plans and HIM'X'IAK Jo\H'nn; : HKBVH'KH: : >;' '
had Atmore, Ala., city limits of Lake Duller and the In two or more subjects reexamination \ .
Hortda third district, who I Nashville train at been extra good, the movement specifications, It was moved by A. ,
nade an Inspection of relief needs! and opened'the first mall communications from South Florida points dropping Bradford county line approximately H. Surrency and seconded by J, T. would be barred for a year. The Ministerial Association '.
: 5.26 miles No. 718 covers from
aid that the town of Cary- with Mobla and New to where offer the of the \ ,
today a point they the Bradford county line at New Moore that secretary have arranged to hold a week of ,

tile would have to be rehabllitat- Orleans by rail. little or no competition to this River bridge to Starke, approximately I board of public instruction of' Date Advanced devotional services. beginning Mon. : )

'((1 I The merchants lost their market. 11.12 miles. Bradford county Florida, at oncenotify day evening next, and closing the = .

. locks! of goods and many refugees New Flood In \lnlmmn For the week end'ng Wednesday : Massachusetts Bond & In- following Friday. These meetings >

did 1 not save change of clothing.: Montgomery, Ala., March 18.- night the movement amounted Included with the above mt'te.age lurance Co.. Boston, Mans., also College Opening wll he held In each church con ;. t,

All of the business section of Heretofore content to Inflict minor to 636,584 quarts, equalling 93 of surfacing the board will Carroll & Carroll, Tampa, Florida, ducted by the pastors. It Is hoped ..t 'f'{ '
under water, flood damage; while lens streams of 190 crates let on the date given approximately none & r;
Iliver Junction was refrigerator cars agents of Massachusetts The Georgia-Carolina School of that all social functions wilt be J'J' '
pa {d Mr. Von. The town's bank were wreaking widespread havoc, each. This movement was divided fifty miles of surfacing; In various Insurance Co., that the suU( T. II, Coinmnrco plans; for laid aside and that all our people ,t
opening abllfdness
wan temporarily moved to Chnttalinochee I I the Alabama river today sent it 48 cars for Lawtey, 45 for Starke. I counties In this section of Emerson had terminated his contract school In Starke have will attend each meeting and reverently s;I ,
the postof lee raging over a new flood all of the movement the state, Bradford, Union Colum- and r'1''I
nearby, and waters Practically for the building repairIng been changed to await the closing observe the sacred week: .t.
b'a and counties
Lafayette being '
was moved Into the depot which area In central and southwest Alabama from Lawtey goes by freight the Lawtey school building; of the Starke High School and until which commemorates! the suffering ; J
"Ulwa.s\ above water. I I while considerable volume of fruitIs provided' for. Specifications that said building Is not completed the rush of the present straw and the glorious resurrection ot I: ,,{: .4j:
for bids concrete
on plain I
of Blounts- Alarmed by the new danger from Starke and .
The lower sections going open express according to plans specldcatloiiH. Is Mrs our Saviour. : 1, J
berry shipping season over, ,
finch :
surfaces on -
pavement, asphaltic
town also were evacuated when which came Just as rehabilitation pony refrigerators and by truck. and that the board of public the S- "-,
the congressman passed that way of 15,000 south Alabama homelesshad Prices averages for both ship Florida lime rock base and Instruction of Bradford county, Alma King representative ('.\It.. OK THINKS' i';.i ,, )1
base with school stated Monday I "
Bibb Florida lime rock surface -
[today He found the worst damage been ordered Governor ping points have held up almost a Florida, hereby calls! upon Massachusetts "
: along the river bank at the Graves took the air for a survey new record, tho week's average treatment, all of 20 foot Bond & Insurance Co., to While enrollments were comingIn From! the depths of our hearts I. t + :
Lum entire military controlled width. at a very satisfactory rate, no and souls, we thank the people of l' 11.'
He of the Neel Veneer and of the being 33 cents per quart. Lawtey complete or have completed said
flood zone. shipments In quarts amounted to building In accordance with the many others signified their desire Stark for every kindness shown I '

vacated<\ After Maxwell field army fliers 292.160; Starke 271,424. Receipts WOlt.HT AIR K.tHK<<: INIl4TOIIY1 plans and specifications of the saIdT. to enroll If the date of opening 'us during our great sorrow and 1 l: 'f'.' :},

chinery damaged, he said. returned here with reports that for the week were, flft5- [ : 14 I>K.\I H. Emerson and of their bond could be advanced that the organization trouble. We also thank those who ; )j
forced Lowndes decided to await! until the sent flowers. I fenl" that God will i'V1;* ,1,
Mr Yon found the roads to \Ve- the Alabama had 982.72. Platform sales at Hampton dated November 10. 1928, for the ;
wahitchka under water, the west county residents to the tree tops for the season are not Includ- [ Newark March .-The toll of completion of said building. first part of June. Ily adopting reward each of you. :

arm bridge was Inundated, as well in a new flood sector adjacent to ed. I lives In the crash of the trl-mo- Motion being put by the .chairman this policy, practically all who In- Mrs. I1, M. Snyder, "J

all Scott's ferry,'leading up to the Montgomery county. tored Ford tlght-neelng: plane here same carried unanimously.There tend to enroll will start the term and family }f'P 1
orders FRRTII.I7.Kll: ('OXSl"U'TIOS mounted to 14 when off together. ,' 1
Issued yesterday, -- -
Cisi|>ola river. The latter stream I The governor, being no further business "
Inoculated Belmont Parsons, of Brooklyn, one -- 1 t
t L' Marlanna was about to reacha which would permit the board adjourned to meet the ; !
and housewives Bradford county used a total of of the two men survivors died In a MCILINI 1 TlIOCilLFI \ ,
tandatlll. 'property owners first 1 Monday In April.A. r .1. "
devasted Elba In the 578 tons of fertilizer during Feb- hospital Lou Foote, pilot, Is Ina x
wherea10ul to J. GRIFFIS, E
At Bonifay to return .
Chlpley and
of the state. ruary'or 165 tons Increase over critical condition. .itt Considerable matter for ,, ly ,
being corner Secretary. iJt
1,000 refugees are southeastern i the this issue wall left out on ac- :t
were flight Included the new January total, according to report While the last man Is fightingfor .
1 : conditions The "
Bartered sanitary the inspection bu- count of our linotype being / 1:
' county flood region: tho issued by his life, municipal and airport ,(YI'J'B
i food sup Lowndes :
'P irted good and the of agriculture. C out of comma.lon from burning I I
has department
which reau,
had area, : authorities started an Investigation -
I, adequate. The Red Cross southwestern and the This total placed Bradford county Christian Endeavor members Mr. and Mrs R. V. Turner out of one of the alectric 4
Its center to determine the causes of the
tide situation well In hand and noJjiase Brewton as zone In the southeastern twenty-eighth in the last of coun- crash, which aviators cKuracterIza of the University District are Cedar Key daughter. March 17. heating units on the metal 11" I.'
: was reported. Elba-Geneva Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman All extra unit j r' '
of the state. ties Polk county heading the )list as the "worst accident In airplane urged to attend. the'rally Sunday pot. was le- j 3'11 ,
Boats Await CrestFirst !! corner Graves' only statement with 7,938 tone and Franklin history." ifternooa at the First Christian Stark, ion, March 17th. cured from the Dally Sun of. ; ,, jGainesville
word from the coast guard Governor the with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Norman. aa4 the machine '1.
viewed from the air conditions county bringing up rear -. church In Gainesville at 3 o'clock. l ;
I*' at which left Pensacola late was that Brewton, south of 0. The figures! !given do not Include Dally round trip tours to Bok -. S Starke. daughter, March 20th C placed back lu'runuln' order .. J \ r" j

*>ai,irday in an attempt to reach at much worse sales In lots of less than one Memorial from Davenport inaug Mount Dora New water' system Mr. and Mrs. Mer enau, Starke, 'Wedneeday ''; 1)1\1 f. '
"aryvuie In Montgomery were .
and stricken towns ton. urated. completed. daughter March 18th. : :: jl

Alabama came through today from I tban he expected.I ,", ( 4itt I.{. I

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:. wise in the counties. counties, townships, or other gov- eI
-, 6. Accomplishing all possible ernmental sub-divisions of this ,t' O. 0

I by statute, particularly as to tax state and sold for a valuable con-
1----------------- deeds and holding constitutional sideration be paid In full accord-

changes/ to the lowest possible llmt Ing to the tenor and effect there-

: since! constitutional changes of."

: i ) mean delay.At The same gentleman who forced
the outset of our attempt to that resolution through In Ocala,

Speech by GROSVENOK DA WE of Tallahassee before the !get: at the facts, It was realized by wrote a letter dated from Tampa,

Florida Press Association Mr. Mayo and by me, that facts September 10, 1928, which he also

; I were not a cure In any disease- widely distributed in Florida, and

I f 0 physical fiscal, or financialbutthat stated:
I Lake Wales' March 16 1929. we live under Florida tax
'I, t as ( "It Is not the fault of
..,_._._.._.. ._._.__.__.__. ----_.._-.-_.._. ... laws not matter how contusing: the state
y------------ that the counties: of the state have
nelTpctlve and It be
archaic will
y Some of you will remember that of achieving a personal victory burdened themselves with some
i through law that tlie cure for the
i at the meeting of the Florida Press Our present governor has been:! Inconstant future must come Into sight. Son three bundled millions of dollarsof I Q IIi
public That Is the
Association In 1924 I there bore touch with this research, the direction of law, after careful -
fault of the people who voted for
h testimony to you men and women knew why It was undertaken, consideration approach was It. And these counties must get
i grade to Judge O K. Heaves, of i
.1, ?' From It broad knowledge of the knew its every feature of progress Tam themselves out of the mess they

press of the United States, I staled and through his' office in Tampa pa are In without Involving the state

( that no group of newspaper could' made helpful suggestions On In. the months since the sum- In their mess. The state Is In no I b "4R I( I soda t ? i n If wua% atS i ,rmL
r equal the papers of Florida In mer of 1929 while I have been mess and It must not be wrecked."

''ai their willingness to open their columns February 27th and 28th the ac- gathering the facts. Judge Heaves This Is the spirit of the Pharisee

w, to every feature of constructive cumulation of facts was placed be- has been Btudy'ng! the very complicated who, seeing the man grievously

?" advance in Florida. Five fore the cabinet: leading to the conditions growing out of wounded on the Jericho highway + y'F V '( mtJfri hf

a, ; years afterwards, and with more press release which all of you received legislation, based upon the Constitution passed by on the other side. The { Y+a ; j

.. complete knowledge, I can again : direct from Governor Carlton of 1885, and the large num. Good Samaritan is the man, who

+ ,,4s testify to I the same effect. Some on March 4th. Facts are now ber of laws, general and, special; in a message to the court clerks on

q of you even go so far in recording ready to be placed before the legis and amendments of those laws, December 14th closed with these .. ,

i? ( a gtate-wldo and local events that lature. Action depends upon\ your general and special; and the wordJ.. "I auk you to take back to 4
n; you actually advertise different enterprises chosen leaders and your stimulation amendments on amendments, general each of your count'es! my positive o5r qj 4'I7-UNTERf2'. Q01 AvCb,RG1b.jjeW Wrtr

44 In your reading: columns, of those leaders.To and special, etc. Ills decision assurance! that as the fiscal, soundness -

It those enterprises In anyway re- KO: back a little In my story.- was unerring as to the simple way of Florida must lie at the r i rj

r ai flect.advance. As a student of public After meeting the gubernatorial to approach the law problem. It very root of its further development -

J thought I again compliment I candidates, I re-vlalted nearly all was to lay certain! axioms regard- ; It Is a subject I shall not Len j .

e f the counties of the stale 1n orderto ing an ideal of law as affecting shrink from putting to the front I .
: ,
'p 7: 1 1z you.The subject unsigned to me today tell the truth to as many as pos- Florida's taxation. These axioms I during the Entire four years of ray t. f#

,I'" Is "Florida's Tux Emergencyand sible of the editors and to explain now make public."A administration ; for neither the w 1

e i the Press." I hold up before t to them that I was In the county duo consideration of exist- members of the legislature nor I '1'bE. tXraer3 0

i you one volume of clippings I for a confidential conference to ing conditions relating to the subject will in this Important direction lam 1 1tJuuecrfbt

+ rs have five such fly April second, bring: out opinion regarding tax of taxation In Florida and seek personal reputation-what we UAL

the date when the conditions. At this moment by dangers to be avoided remedial ,.
t1 legislature assembles shall seek Is to put Florida on a a'r'' .ss'c' -./
>l I'y i I shall probably have personal research /and by the assistance legislation seem to j justify the following secure! fiscal basis so that It may

;; ,, eight. These volumes, as nearly of others who have visited: axiomatic summary: live and grow and prosper in the
all counties that I could not visit Axiom 1.-The burden of taxa- Dwelt, t
as that
t c possible, every paper my- long, : years when we as individuals a as'r ED 2
+' in Florida has said regarding local self it is a fact that everythingIs tion Is not equally borne by all shall be forgotten." a'.+c+v axN.ICWt

yi '' 41 I.4 tax and financial matters in the assembled, proving the follow- property (moneys, credits and all In passing this comment is

g 'way of news, and local or general ing truths: Intangibles and much, tangible per- justified. If, in January 1928 the t :

P taxation in editorial comment 1. That the load of obligationIn sonalty entirely escapes taxation.) i "fair name of Florida" was In dan- F LQ0IiZST ai.AJ7 a /

r .i since the summer of 192S.. Fur- Florida is now the highest per Axiom 2.-To assess certain ger and if the resolution was sincere r

} thermore, these volumes of clippIngs capita of any state In the Union, classes of property such as mon- then to throw back on the '-""

; have been analyzed, line bylIne while in 1912 Florida was 33rd In I eys and credits, at prevailing rates counties all the responsibility as' 1

r 4 t ;a 4 so that on any fiscal or financial I( rank. of taxation would be ruinous, and t affecting "the fair name of Flor

subject touched upon by 2. That the obligation of Florida .. since moneys and solvent creditscannot I Ida" cannot be sincere. There 1 it

l; the Florida press the next legislature as represented by counties, has I be valued at an arbitrary Insincerity in one or the other ol t; A TIIATCHKD: ROOF" OOTTAOK: s also a good sized wardrobe off pretentious, and would make i

i can be posted on opinion risen more than one thousand percent figure! (as can real estate) they are these statements. Any part of a L one of the bed rooms. r home that one would be proud (to |

d; t from Alachua Washington.. The In ten years without a corresponding purposely not found by the tax assessor. body that is ill endangers; the I (By R. C. Hunter & Hros. Archts., The laundry, heater and coal own. {

d type of card Index is held up for increase In productivevalue whole body; if one member suffers New York.) storage rooms are located In the Complete working plans nd a

A; :you to see. ; that the obligations at Axiom 3.-Property which: maybe all members suffer with It. The root )lines are the distinctive cellar. specifications of this house ma? bt

xll '?I, # This study of the press is only counties: districts and cities (omItting given an arbitrary value for assessment In Jacksonville on March 1, feature of this house The soft This house would look well even obtained for a nominal sum (from

i a fraction of the research or accumulation drainage totals) now repre- purposes is not assessedat 1929, at a meeting of the directors rolling eaves brought low near in a community where Its neigh- the building editor. Ilefci lo

Pwt rM that has gone on since ent $496,000,000 chiefly In bonds, the full value, as required by of the state chamber of commerce, the ground certainly gives bors were much larger and more I House A-100.
last summer, and which will continue whose Interest and ultimate retirement law, chiefly because the state lev- the same gentleman forced another a cozy,,

; i until the legislature; needs It must come out of taxation ies a uniform mlllaga on valuations resolution through unethically ac- homelike effect. Thd! rofs are covered -. .:- ,:.=.: r -:" "' '=-::.= I': '' ._-. P1
hl '
G r g, 'S ti no more. Every financial fact regarding In some form; and that 66 per fixed by tho several counties. cording to the press which as reported with shingles, which can, be .
+, ever county, every district cent of all our county Indebtedness Therefore, In proportion as one was divided into three sections obtained already bent to conform

and every municipality has, comes from roads and bridges: county values its property higher : to (the curves and rolls as In this '

t us far as possible, been brought to- which, except for "dead-endu," than another It pays more to the j 1. As being opposed to any picture, and stained to match
condition of benefit all highway travellers. Therefore weathered 1 straw, or a dark brown
gether. Every tax state the counties to amendment to the slate constitu- 'I
payment, climbing mlllage or non1 2. That concurrently with the protect themselves against paying tion which will permit the state to shade would l loooU\: exceptionallywell. Qllalityand

_ ; ,; t' t payment in every county every Increase In financial responsibilitythere an undue proportion of state taxes Issue bonds or Incur any Indebtedness A roof of this type when

? "lr district and every municipality has has been an accelerated Increase hold down their valuations and for other than aid, Is a very good Imitation of
purposes are
!' x4 also been brought together as' far in the disappearance of land .hon of necessity levy a high mill- not provided therein. the old thatched straw roots of

f P as possible. Every Interfering dis- from tax payments to counties and age for county purposes. Let me declare without England and France. Note the

yir trict leading to pyramided taxes to the state. Here I may mention Axiom 4..-Much) reul estate Is trick of words or evasion, that any the graceful curves above the entrance Price

__,t' has been outlined county maps. j' that whereas the reverted lands now taxed so high that taxes are the Idea conveyed is Inadequate door and group of windows in the =

_ "''I, Ruth highway in every county has after the sales of 1927 were about not being; paid thereon, and as and Insincere, for out of the thousands living porch.

a been mapped to show why It was four million acres, the reverted 'result such property is being: sold of editorials prepared and The stairs lead to the second 1
undertaken how it financed after the sales of 1928: arising floor from the living room and
'tl was lands to the state and ceases to he reve- under !
put public notice by
; who built .It, whether It is a from the 1927 tax rolls, were nue producing. you kitchen. A large coat closet la located
P gentlemen; there Is not even a Vol- Yes but
through road, etc., It has taken over seven million acres, or just Axiom G.- If real or personal stead percentage (.!one-halt? of one on the Landing don'tforget I 1
;4 ,"" eight months and at times as many about 22 per cent of the entire property be taxed out of proportion The second floor shows three
percent) regarding state bonds. No
i as nine people were employed to area of Florida. Every' year shows to its producing value, the one acquainted with the situation good bed rooms and a bath. ThereFlorida's t

+ t accumulate and classify these an increased )oat of tax payers, owner will not (or cannot) pay the has proposed a constitutional tire service

), ; facts. corresponding) to a certain extent tax, and such property ceases to amendment along such a line. It taxables are escaping I x
Now what is It all about? Just with the percent of lands removed be revenue producing. taxation? Last Monday-that Is h
would_ come too late to deal with
na j w ; this: From the taxation point of from taxation. Axiom 6.-If credits be taxed March Eleventh In another I t

( view, Florida Is confronted by an May I again" emphasize that the too high money cannot be had for could present not emergencies come into, effect because until It prepared statement he says: The kind of a tire you get and the price ,

? which, If not met will thanks of the entire public Is due and the "Whereas, within the past eight for
'r emergency development purposes or July 1, 1931 at the very earliest.A you pay it are two very important I
; become a calamity, ruining our to the press of Florida; for the the borrower will be required to I man of straw Is set In the years approximately ten billions of

credit for a generation. Here I press after learning these facts pay the tax.Axiom resolution Instead of an up actual be. dollars of outside capital" has been things-but don't forget Service.

P 4 remind you that this research hasnothing still held their peace and said 7.-If money be taxed invested In Florida, etc.

r to rt second portion of the Jacksonville ,
.4 .t poratlon's Individual prosperity, .it ] the recent campaign; and up)! often deposited in banks in other resolution Is this: In Florida and nix billion la now ing them around
(+ has the moment have not the taxable value of the state, may Inspecting them for
5; a to do with the survival of government to present ( states 2. That, except in some admin- ...
not loss of four billion have -
There are many prosperon burst forth on the subject becauseof Axiom 8.-Long time! redemption istrative and detail matters our a i iY'a
taken under defective.jrystemT
people In Florida who are willing the possible: damage; to the state) n periods, tax titles made proverbially form and system of taxation, place our .
Is it time for
,, h to evade taxes even If they endanger of an announcement of these factsIn bad by cumbersome tax which has been called by eminent not Investors '
o, e 7 ; the state. advance of some action by the) laws and the privilege; of continuing ,taxpayers, officials legislatorall I J'J
financial experts of the United 1 d
to take council and to ry
pa Why the haste? Because It no cabinet, looking towards a remedyof to use property after It Is sold States the best of any state in the tQgelher

_;. 1 definite research were undertaken conditions. This action watt ,' for taxes (as in the case of timber Union, should be kept Intact and repair such with a ?leaky sieve as we arewOl'kln

before April 1929 nothing comprehensive made public !March\ 1st In an A. P.I'' lands, chiefly valuable for timber) not altered or changed."
All of who personally know
'ta could bedone by the leg'ialature story all give aid and comfort to one who Thinkers in every county and the us
p bZ t, of 1929, and by 1931 present I doubt If any state In the Union finds it not convenient to pay his great majority of you leaders the gentleman referred to, Peter
O. Knight of Tampa, admire him
''la eliding: into defaults and possible can show such reserve of the pressIn taxes regularly, or perhaps not know our system is breaking down
his and his mental
for wit
'+ti+'a; repudiations would be an the face of a possible govern- profitable* to pay them at all. completely and therefore cannot be quick
Yet the other hand
activity. on ,
Your editorial
avalanche. mental calamity. Axiom 9.-Separate assessment
the "best of any state In the Un-
those of who know him realize
What prompted research along silence was due also In part to the rolls. made up for county and state i ion." us ,

sly ii; this line? It grew out of the Industrial full understanding that t this subject .- purposes!!!, on the one hand, and "The third portion of the Jack- that he Is not Ho a Is safe leader In our ( : '
which I nothing to do with patsau ,- 'i emergency. a special pleaderand I
Survey, was permitted had municipal purposes ou the (other, sonville resolution Is: 11
H to make on behalf of the politics and must be handledIn and separate collecting officers 3. That no relief can be had not an advocate of the peopleIn "M
distress. I for
'1 states- one preferto I
a statesmen-like way- multiplies costs of administration
for the tax by eliminatingone
gathering payer trust the man who said on January
men looking ,ahead over the com and contuses tax payers especially species or class of property
8th in the third
the volume entitled "Florida, an ing years of Florida and desirous those from other states which from taxation and laying taxes paragraph -'

Advancing State", I Informed Na- that all should live under a safer have one collecting omcer for all upon some other class of property ot his Inaugural/ address: I II I ( 'Zm'' )
"liefore dealing with the fundamental
than Mayo, commissioner of agriculture condition, produced by a changed purposes." but ,
o-l or by finding new revenue; of
r'0 under whose direction it body of tax law. I personallyhave I submit to the press ot Florida that the only manner In which principles government,

=i' ( had been complied, that I was in shown equal reserve. Nowhere this one all-embracing state- relief can be granted Is by the proper conception ot public! I II

; possession of a great deal of Information have I expressed an opinion ment: The tax emergency of fixing proper the maximum amount of fees service, a constructive program for I 1 I

I c i 'i that was not safe to print: as to what Is the cure, lint opinions Florida cannot be met by guesswork payable to county officer in any the building of the state I call attention v I
+ to the problem of finance !
t+ ? In a state document; material so have been gathered literally by the nor by partisanship! nor by one year; by the abolition of use
damaging In its possible effect and these alaI have all bias sel- and taxation so intimately Inter-
hundreds personal nor by personal
less officers, commissions, bureaus ,
it not crd carded. Again; woven with this as to Involve the I
upon the state that ought been analyzed fishness. It can only be met by courts etc.; by the consolidation\!
; ; : to be made public before the then a card Is held up for you to see.I facing facts and making correct of small counties and by a drastic verystructure" of our government cuts and other injuries.
Checking wheel
l unknown governor of the state shall, however Indulge: In some deductions from those facts. A This problem must be solved as a
reduction of state, coun- alignment.
expenes "
s, F,+ 4V' !; chose to present the problem to opinion'! here, as we are within two false premise must always lead to ty and city.'throughout. condition to our future progress Removing rust from rims.

I Florida, In association with a pro- woekn'of the assembling of the legislature :- a false conclusion. A correct promise the third statement Speaking as an editor to editors, Free air-these and\ other
I stand before the Florida kinds of
press of
Il Al remedy. 1929. My personal ,
nosed of considered apart from per- and___ Insincerity !
then IA Annul inadequacy service
.n in view of the present we
Who is for this work? tne facts of the emergency are always
h paying opinion Is that sonal bins, will lead to a correct No one has talked about to render
i Patriotic who after learning to the following as a to declare that your long-time pur- are of
; p men case point conclusion The press needs tq be eliminating one species of utmost importance
F''' 'y' from me of the danger" to the part of tho cure: i on watch against false premises pose to be of constructive help to lot and have a
from taxation. All thoughthas to
., .7 state, made gifts to the cause in 1. Taxes to be light as possible, and false conclusions. Pitiless erty been ai to spreading: the privilege the state is known anti will of with the final performance and
order that truth might prevail be all taxable prop- (course be continuous. It is your cost of
+ ;} t but spread logic Is our only safety. more equitably, because, in your tires.It's .
( fore error destroyed us. The'wholeplan with the authorityof power to express and to demand
4 erty I In keeping I must therefore' remind you i this state the privilege of paying
laid out from the beginning, constitutionoriginal and as statesmanship. It Is- your powerto
tho of certain actions of the past yearas mighty
'to maintain clvllUed government nice
[ be the voice: for to have
crl' and just enough dally read has amended. tending to mislead the mind and to rich well to IlIIvo'almatses. a dependat'sa :!
belongs the
as as
W:2: ,. come to meet the day'! needs. 2. Suspension of the state ad outlook of our citizen. Understand It Is your power to bring place to go to when
the taking from each accord- anything
As the truth regarding; Florida valorem tax on land, except the I speak for myself plone and poor,. the whole peqple to the support of to your tIres. happens.
Ing to bin ability and not accord- .
condition hud nothing to do with constitutional one mill for schools; i not for others.' the fateful men of this fateful moment 1 m

i ,.:'I Democratic nor Republication. politics the right to levy being retained in At a meeting of the state i' ing to his find-ability by the assessor ,' -the most fateful since the When 1iJAI

yet showed a condition of extreme principle. chamber of commerce In Ocala on In his, as axioms.Judge Reaves pointed out state made the Disston sale. You you buy a Goodyear: All.tiVeathe .

r' danger personal calls were' 3. Removal of county reasons January 17, 1928, the following finally i therefore will uphold the hands or a GOodyear Pathfinder
Onco more and (for I from
made upon the Democratic and Re- tor keeping values depressed! part of a series of resolution. was of those who are charged with the us you.'ve. ;

4 wr 'f publican' candIdates, Doyle F1r which depression now embarrasses forced through unethically by a must) :not On take January too much 29th of of yourtime this responsibility of guiding Florida established tire home for life. eqof

Carlton and W J. Howey. An ex- school funds through low valua- well-known taxpayer of Tampa. I through the next seventy-five days. -- .
{ planation was made to each that tons! and a fixed mlllage. say "unethically" because It was year this gentleman; said in a prepared In seventy-five days the outlook 1 )

i'1 4 the greatest single affecting and a statement: "And although must be forward. No time pt.BITCH'S .
question 4. Actual state guidance distributed to the press of the state now for
Its (Florida's real and ..
) personal
'w '
I Florida's future as a government strong measure of control In meet and nation before It had been sub petty Interests, nor personal arguments -
? '((n would come up in the next ing present emergencies In county mitted to the resolutions committee property l Is worth In the aggregatesix nor for hangers! -on to cry

t gubernatorial term and that the debts,' particularly} as to sinking or voted on by the meeting! : ot all billion the real dollars and, the assessment aloud-"Spate us, even If the state SERVICE STATIONpu

question was not suitable ma- funds which have been maltreat "That the fair name of Florida personal prop- falls Into disgrace."

terial for use in the campaign that edworse than managed In demands that all bonds certificates erty for .state purposes amountsto "Florida's Tax Emergency and

u ? ended In November. It was made some cases. of Indebtedness, or obligations of only" seven hundred million dol. i the Press" means the rallying of Starke to
clear that it was a question of saving 5. Moves toward consolidating any kinds or character that have all Did he not thus declare for all to the support of the Governor's Florida

p the state and not merely one responsibility, financial and other been issued by municipalities to hear who have eyes to see and ears I Cabinet and the Legislature Nowt? .tr
that a vast proportion t
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nnAnmnn COUNTY TELEGR\P STAUKK.. PLORTh.i_ __ __ ___ -___
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congresswoman for the fourth dis, here at a meeting of representative h
trict. Ing business In Starko last Saturday :
New of Florida In Short Paragraph, S S S S of nine cities for organizationof I I

a Florida Lawn Howling asso- [ BROOKER 1M. ]
Daytona Bench -. A dinner LIttle Miss Lorena Polk spent i
c Jitlon to be amilaied I
dance a motorcade and a ball will with the Wednesday In Graham: at school,
ba some of the American mHColiUlon It I
entertainment was
provided pro-
I ; for over 300 hotel I men of n">wd to form two divisions of the .'. Mr. Resale Colson was tranact-
L. R.
I Live staieJewsj Galucy and (daughter.Loty ; n. Y. P. t'. social. After we had! fnir business In Starke last Satur-
I the state who will attend the annual orKdiitratlon: with west coast
1 convention of the Florida players playing the east coast for wore transacting b.iHlut'nw In been there for several minutes I a day.Mr.

State Hotel :Men's! Asociat'on.! to the championship. Permanent Stacks last Thursday. severe wind and rain otnrm came.We H. P. Galney and children,

be held here April 3 to 5. The program formation of the proposed loop Mrs G! d Crawford who has> decided that we hail better ndjoucn. were visiting In Laka Butler last

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES is In charge of local committees will come later.Tallahassee been xpeniUng some time In North The larger part of the Monday. i t
! S S S S Co 1'011 MIsH Lorena Greene was visiting -
of the organization. 111reluI'ned home last crowd met again Saturday night/ ,
S S S I Thursday. I In Starke last Saturday.
> Another Florida at the school building and .
spent an
'..,-------- _. Miss Mary Mott
'' of Mellbronn
--- ----- Orlando "holllE-m a lIE' Mra.\ Harrell
S -- ------'-'. -Members of the Associated product has been and daughter/ Geneva enjoyable evening.
St Augustine-An automobile communicants that the Credit Bureaus of Florida marketed. The hoard of commissioner were transacting biisiienn( In The Gainesville Drntherhood I Springs spent Sunday here with

irrldont{ which occurred about 15 their sympathy, h* I' husband object of will hold a quarterly meeting here )) of state Institutions bought Starkp. last Wednesday.Mr. met with us again last"' Sunday her mother. .; I: i J
4 nlles north of here proved fatal not dead. When Captain J. Alex Is dur'ng the week of March 25. The 460 pairs of men's shoes for patients Lewis Shlrver and Harvey n IK lit and gave several interesting Mr. Mph Hazen was' visiting at ; "

o Louis P. Brady, 31, of Orlando, Jlumen (mother lighthouse gathering was called by President at the state hospital for the' Bnxter/ were transacting business<< tnlkVa have the meeting every niniiig last Saturday night./ I ,
; ,\ ho died In a local hospital from (died at a keEper Yotmts. of :Miami! to discuss general insane. The ahons were manufactured In Starke lust Wednesday.Mr. 3rd Sunday night/: along with Mi. Gerald Adklns spent the w
i Internal injuries and a fractured friends of Mrs.Savannah Johnson thought hospital credit operations and discus 'at the tanning; plant at the Ralford Crawford and Miss our 11. y. P. U. and we wish everyone end In Hampton with friends and ,., -';

. k ull. No details of the accident was her husband. It specific problems occurring in various I Itaiford' state farm The shoes, Avoy Crawford, were transacting to be present. relatives. "

,..,-re known. .... S S biislnesBOH. (the board found were splendidly I bUM'ness' in I IIWtc.y last Tuesday. The young crowd around) here Mr. Roy ,Coleman of Alachun, ,
.' SI S S S I made. i, :Miss Luoedla Plnholster spent\ ? have joined toad her and formeda was visiting here last Sunday
Daytona Beach-The latest fish i S S S Wednesday Miss Clara Smith of Miami In
Fort night
I Orlando -- William M. \\'hjte.IW Myers-Hands of $225- In Graham..Mr. prayer service. We wish everyone -
story! is one with three spending time here with
arraigned In criminal court Gil buck bouts. 000, representing a city refund'ngItfgue. I Tallahassee-Just before ad- : O. W. Hurry was tr/lURa"- to como out and be witli l us some .
MurpJiy"landed: frlendii nd relatives. 'I,
charge of one with such are to be sold by the city jourulng; Its oppn hearings for Inn business In Law ley lust Thursdiy. "VI"'y Wednesday night t, !
, 'ore on a manslaughter; a spinal complex and Mr. Roy Greene and, sister I
,Connection with: the fatal Iniring veteran allf commission following their validation |; '-leniency the state board of par Mr. A. L. Crosby and L. L. Morgan ,I
n lers" here Grade ,
are puzzled attended church at Rock
of Henry Grader of Colum- as to what tocall by Circuit Judge (]eo. W. dons yesterday took under advisement !Miss Slellamae Ward and Mr. O. /: were t trnnsni-tlnic' liiiHlnesfl in '
the last :
species. The Sunday.Mr.
three back- Whltehiirst. The judge's decision another appeal for a conditional J. Mott were visiting/ in Starke Lnk Butler lust !Monday.Mrs. :
us. Ga. was acquitted by a Jury. bones were II. R. Brown was transact'r'r j t
separate and
killed In distinct vain after attempts\ on the part of pardon for J. .1. Mendenh, lust Sunday. Geiuld Adklnn who has
I ;rader was an automo- ,
ones. ing business at Starke last Thurs 4 I.
,lie collision last January. S S S the state attorney. Plnellas county 1 fe-termer. The :Mr. Dock Thomas and Miss Matthews been" spending( some t time In lIamp- day. ,
0 S S S S S S plea was made by State Senator t of Lawtey, wore visiting: In ton returned home lust Suu muday.
West Palm Rev. \V. M. of Lacrosse t
Moody ,
Beach-Members of Pensacola 3-year old charge William C. Hodges, of Tallahassee<< Brooker hint Sunday. Misses Sarah Kelley and sister '
West Palm Reach A. 11.houpe. the Florfda Local was I the dinner guest of Mr anilMrs. '
Lake Worth Underwriters'association of assault with Intent to murder who pointed to Mendenhall's good Ilev. W. M. Moody of acroHse. I Lnurle, and( Miss Jewell Wlgg'tm! !
attorney was II. P. last
will Gainey Sunday.
meet here In annual aaglnst Richard and Charlie Carroll record in prison and his saving the punned through here last Sunday. :MenRrs. Crystal and Norman Wiggins I
i harged in Justice of the peace convention March 20 and 21, brothers, was nolle prossed In state thousands of dollars oil pris- Misses Ida Mae" Roberta and and Guy Andrews or New River It!r. G. II. ColHon was t transacting :
ourt here with obtaining! money 'and business in Starke last Frl-
Interesting program has the court of record here at the request on projects. Edith Cononr and Misses )Frasler attended! B. Y. P. U. here lust : i
kinder false pretense In connection I been prepared for them. Walter of the solicitor. Two other 55s. Shaw and Felix Snpp of Rising, Sunday night./: day.The ,
I'lth an alleged contract for work J. farmers from hera have
Matherly, dean of the Collegeof men, Guorge and Ned Atord, Indicted Leesburg Cabbage movement were visiting", here last Sunday !Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Greene and
the home of S. D. Hough, been replanting their thin _
on Commerce
ilreenacres and Journalism of with the Carrolls, were convicted from the Leesburg district last !Mr. K. P. Galney was visiting In It. If. Greene, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs.J. crops i.
: City planter. the week and hope that! they shall
University of Florida will be and are now serving terms week aggregated at least 75 carloads Lake Butler last Sunday. 1 R demons spent\ Sunday In "
one of the principal speakers.<< O. in the state prison. 21 having gone out from Mrs. II. \\". Bnuien of Luke Butler Gainesville( with friends and rei a- have a better stand this planting. ,
1IlamlAfter 13 years of ser- )Karl Mr. Brlnson of Starke was trans-
Freeman, of Daytona Beach, S S S S this city, four from Center Hill, spent<< Holiday here with her lives. "
pastor of the White Temple acting business here last Monday.
Ice la
as .
v -president.River. West Pajm Beach-March 2 5 Iii i and 39 from Coleman. )Fourteen parents., Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Mr. Rnssel Greene mid aimers.Ozeno. ,
-'Irst Methodist church here, Dr. S S S S Mr. Allen Greene and daughter -
has been set as the date for the tars were marketed by the I eeR- tu; !ney. and Lnrena and roim'n! !
N. Merrill has rellnnulsh- Grade were transacting business l-
Jllchard St. August'ne! The state coutof opening of ths! cty'S: proposed new burg Truckers' asHoc'atlon; six Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney and Grade and Miss Zullna Wjile .
effective April 14, to in Starke last Monday.
the Catholic Daughters of America bank. The Institution Is to he from this city by A. S. Herlong & daughterLois) were visiting in were visiting Miss lilhr1I"l'l'st:
iiccept a similar paRt orage at Long I Is to be held in St. Augustine known as the West Palm Beach Co., and one by O. B. Splvey.( Total Hampton I last !Monday. In I Hampton last Sn inlay. Mr. Maurice Edwards was trans-

i Beach Calif. lIe will exchange from April 28 to 30, it was announced Atlantic National Hank and is he- of shipments for the district since Misses:! Curtis and Trens.'e! Denmark Miss Lou Gnlney wan visiting (Concluded on page 7) "

with Dr. I. Frank Roach, present here. Plans for the appointment ing bucked by J. Kd Lane, Jacksonville I I the beginning of the Reason Is now of Jacksonville, who have ''n 1 Luke Butler last !Monday. .
11 1 actor; at Long Beach, who comes of committees to take banker, who will be one of approximately! 250 cars. been spending some t time I here with I Mr t Lewis! Sb rIver wits I transacting mmml fl?ffKKJ tftTPsUd i ,

[here. care of delegates to the convention Its officers. frltuul.n and relatives returned" lo luisineHit In Starke last Mon COFFINS & CASKETS
S .are In the hands of Miss Mena S S Plant CltjV-.The IStrllw'hl"l'I'y" mar- their home last Tuesday. day.

Fort MyersMrs. William 'V lese Ollveros, grand regent of the local Ormond- George N. Hlgby, mayor ket here closed the current week Mr. Alpli Hazen was visiting In Mrs. Allen Thomas and daughter and a Full Line of '

of New York, winter visitor here, court. of Ormond for the past 14 tonight with a season's total I of Rising last Saturday of Lnwley, .spoilt Sunday herewith l

mtnbllshed_ a record for the cure S years, will not be a candidate for 4,541.746 harts wh
e;; year when she landed a tar- I Sarasota A temporary Injunction re-election In the municipal balloting 104,204.77.( This represents $35- was visiting here last Saturday. Loroim Greene gpiMit Tuesday AUTOMOBILE\ HEARSB :

1>ou six feet long and weighing 115 restraining members of the to be held here on Mardi 18. 128.66 more cash than ever has Mr. A. B. 1 Hazen of Gainesville : ulitht In Slarke' with friends

{pounds while fishing In the Ca- Florida Heal, Estate Commissionfrom Mr. Iliby, who was elected In been paid on thin market i In a sin was visiting here last Su nday. M rs. Chesley Fogg" [and dii ii glu. a.Always the *lowMt n han.pHrMu. Tk. h 1I..al.-. t .moo.. I t:,

loosuhatchee river. The big fish druw'ng their checks, and 1915, has announced that he does Kle season, despite the fact that Mr. A. II. Shaw of Gainesville tern of Graham, attended II. Y. P. .. t. teltffrvoli ......... ..It.nlln.
{jumped nine times in a 35-minute State Treasurer. V. Knott from not choose this year, after having the volume total Is IS,242 quarts was visiting here last Sunday. U., here lust Sunday night. HEGIHTKRED KMHALMIK I,

I buttle. paying the checks drawn by the been successfully re-chosen at under the record year of 11)22-23) : Mr. C. S. Kelley wan transacting Mrs. Gladys Wiisdln and sinter DEWITT C. JONES ;'
S S commission was granted In circuit each city contest. when market shlppod 4,1)89.898) bus'ness Watoroak lust Saturday. : Murrlel Taylor spent the week-end .

St Petersburg;-Uncertainty as court here by Judge Paul C. Al- S S S S quarts for n return of 1069076.( i. I In Graham with I i friends nnd( relatives. / t STARKB. FLA. LA

to the fate of a score or more of biltton upon) petition of Will 0.. Ocala A fishing party which I 12. Mr. and Mrs. Fred llazen" of 'J'C

St Petersburg and Tampa residents and Sam E. Murrell. went out from here )jn Silver river S S S Gainesville: spent\ Sunday herewith Mr. R. II. Greene was! transact- lJJHmmmJIfmm( : ( = i ,

who were out fishing with S S S ended in tragedy when Harmon Tallahassee-The $250.000 gym- I hla mother M re. Dun I Hazen.

high winds prevailing, was cleared Hartow A grand Jury In clr- Peebles, 20, one of its members, nasium and swlmlmng 1)001 of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and

up when the party returned here cu't' court here recommended In was drowned near Hell's Landing. Florida State' college will be ready .'lh'H Louise faraway, were visitIng Vic

>,otely When the party did not return Its! report that C. A. Boswel Jr., Peebles was knocked Into the wa- for use by the opening of the mu.l-' in Fairbanks last Sunday. We can charge your } '

overnight It was believed that ..ount)' prosecuting attorney<< investigate ter by an overhanjr'ng limb when mer school, according to the engineer Among these| attending church) 8 HRS I '

they had been blown out to sea. reports that certain county his boat rounded a bend In the river In charge of the contraction. at Little Hoik last Sunday'/ were' I LU STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's (.! :

S S S S officials had financial InterestIn and went down In a whirlpool. The swimming pool will be 75 Mr. and Mrs. It. 1'. Galney and is ,

DartowArresting Walter F. companies furnishing road or The body was recovered. by 40 feet and will he constructed clrldren, Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Morgan ,;,". ,'.
)Dean, of Auburndale, for failureto !bridge! material to the county, and SCloarwaterClearwater of concrete' A balcony seven feet I and son. Clarence, Mr. amid .

place a 1929 license I tag on Ills were hiring I trucks to the county- went to above the water will be constructed Mrs. L, H. Oalnny and daughter, StarkeFOR ;

automobile proved rather difficultto without competitive bid. the polls today and in no'ui iicertain I ( for the use of spectators at .
Lois.A Garage
Deputy Sheriff Emory Brown. e S S S balloting indicated that It was in I sw'mmlng meets and water contests large crowd from hero motored -
Dean is deaf and dumb and the Miami The apologies of Admiral lavor of Sunday movies, Sunday I: Thirty-nine shower baths over to Hampton Beach last :

omcer used up a. note pad in ad- Dullard, commandant of the danc'ng and all other types of Sun- wil be included In the new build- Friday night planning on having a "'
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vising the offender of his arrest. coast guard, wil be conveyed per. day amusements. Movies and other ing. u ;: _
Dean finally understood and the sonally by .a United States coast amusements carried by large S S S "I'j

judge suspended the fine. guard official William J. Mathe. majorities while dancing had a Fort Lauderdale A decision ECONOMICAL n\\TRANSPORTATION j

S S son. of Coconut Grove, whose substantial lead. although It was of the circuit court for Uroward WdlU Ji
Ja'ksonvlIIe-Mrs. John Johnson yacht was fired, on recently by a by far the weakest subject on the county about two years ago find- fulfil ,:::

wife of a Ighthouse! keeper coast. guard, patrol boat. Infor- ballot. Ing William A. Hicks, former ': I (

here has been busy answering let- mation to that effect was received S S chief deputy, guilty of murder was I ] \ F

ters, of condolence In telling the here from Mrs Huth Bryan Owen. Orlando-Plans were dlllrulI"fOcl reversed by the )Florida supreme 4Lkpr

court, but he will be retried here ,. "
... !
unon his release from Halford ana I .' .,

I Fighting French River "Muskie" Challenges the Angler-r brought second against Indictment him. has lie been was .H\ .

given life imprisonment for the r, &'
'1 ,
0 killing of Robert n. Barber. !' t
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-, ,. Lakeland Sidney C. Brown, ;r 1 ____
$ e Jr., local attorney, has been appoInted ,
collector of customs for : Juartei "
h ;
Florida, succeeding Charles N,
Hildreth, Jr., whose term has expired f

according to telegraphic no- I
tice received by Mr.\ Brown. The

latter Is> arranging/ to take over : .

I his new duties at Tampa. He was ;
nominated former President "
by "
I Coolidge, but the nomination was M/ iJJiIl; :

; 'lost Hoover In the re-nominated rush. Then nlm.President i'i': '

S SMiarnlhtobort i ;
A, Gnnter, guard '

of a county road /gang, was held on ) .'
charges of homicide after a cor- NEW SIX CYLINDER

oner's Jury Investigated his fatal

j shooting of Jasper Rltolla, 23, a ; ',"
1 prisoner on the road gang. Ills 't

) I I bond Is 10000. Prisoners testl- CHEVROLETS J \

% FrtNCIRlv JiUI'I "...ow &MA' r5)I/ I tools fled that In the Kltolla truck had and thrown was reachIng his- on the road :

; d Ii up to climb over the Ride when "

_. Gunter aproached, pushed Kltolla
fr from the truck with the muzzle of since JAN.l !

I his shotgun and then fired killing _
J3 him. Gunter testified that he had

I not told the gang to stop work. lIe To satisfy the overwhelming public demand for the '
had told one group of three men to
new Chevrolet Six, the Chevrolet Motor Company has
he said.
stop where they were, I '
When he saw the men runn'ng- accomplished one of the most remarkable industrial '

ward him he though they were achievements of all time In less than three months _
making a break for liberty. ,
S S S after the first Chevrolet Six was delivered to the public .-

Bartow One of the largest the Chevrolet factories are proJucing 6,000 cars: a
.., I cattle deal In the history of cen- _
As :- '
day. a result, more than quarter-million new -
tral Florida, Involving the pilI'IchUlle .
( of upwards of 20,000 head at Chevrolet Sixes have been delivered to date-and this '''r

a.. cost of several hundred thousand A. tremendous popularity it increasing: every day! If you j4 .
I dollars is being completed by

B. Klbler and I). n. Klbler. formerly have not yet seen and driven this remarkable car-: _______

of Lakeland, It was learned to- come: in for a demonstration! L" _

Fishermen differ aa to the fighting night. The Klblers recently leased 1 t

merits of the -various species of the, an Immense acreage from the The Rowlitrr, S5251 The PtiMton, luSt| ThrCowh, hOSt The Coup. '595; Ths _
Inny tribe to be found In North I American Agricultural Chemical .....n. $675[ The Sport C.brlol.t. $693) Th Convertible L.n D Uv.ry, $395 Ll.hl DclKrtry Che..... $-100 Ton _....
American waters. Some claim that. i Polk ; IH Cb $5* Ton
miles north-west of in southwestern
Inch for Inch and pound for pound. In Ontario, Canada which con I 315 the last company Chassis. with, Cab $650. All piicn I. ... b. factory, Punt, Mid, L.._........_......
the nects Lake Nlplaslng on the East with named city. The French River Bungalow county and plan to establish one
small mouth black baas is the Georgian Bay on the West. This tangle Camp a series of cozy Individual of the largest ranches in this part
earnest flab that swims; others are of waterways !Ie not only th. Daunt of bungalows centering around a main of the !state. Between 8.000 and -a Six in the the
equally enthusiastic In of the price of
praise muKalungs but It yields club house, provide. comfortable accommodations range four
P ckled brook trout; while still an- the lighting mouth black bass for the angler and his and 10,000 head of cattle are to ,
other fraternity claim that the salmon mall northern and large pike of enormous size family. Jack Strathdee. manager of be purchased from Holllngiiworth
Puts up as noble a battle for liberty great Is stock at Arcadia, while thousandsof
In abundance, as well as this anglers retreat. a genial cost
*. any game flab extant. All are and pickerel fl.b. Not long ago a prominent who la glad to glee \uninitiated other head are .to be bought Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Co. U
as'eed. however that the muscalunge York business man landed a 85 fisherman a few tips on bow to lure from farmers In this and surroundIng -
ometlmes called the "freab water which the wily "muskte." French River '
after a battle sections. The '
"mtiskla" purchase price
tiger is cne of the greatest fightersknown pound Camp baa aa Its Starke Florida )
satisfy his quest for a Bungalow adjuoc .,.
will probably will range from $18 to $30 a head.
to anglers and that be for the rest of his life. Pine) Rapids Camp. some 20 miles up I
thrill a
Put up a battle royal when attached and located < the
readily accessible trie river Just a spot
French River Is Key West Large motion picture -

10 One the business of the productive end of a rod.muscalunge both la on from the Montreal Canadian and Pacific Toronto.Railway for lurk.where the "whoppers" are_ likely to f studio! will be constructedhere. QUA_ L I..TY A T ..1 L_ OW.. COS '

streams It .
la North America la rrencB .. .- -

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: the Woodmen Circle ] ;..;;.;;;. -o.- ; ; wIll wish give generously for relief Joe II. Gill, formerly vi., \nre,

fellow\ citizens In your own Ident and general manage. .

The convention was a wonderful I j I 5 Keystone Heights : LOCAL, I IVice and lie glrborlng states stop used Florida Power & Light ( "*lit aimn.

I 1 success with the Pensacola circle' 4 MlM llelem O...... Cur clothing not needed stop please use elected president and generu ''' .

ocictYil members the of stimulate ager of the public utility ,
and chamber method
commerce ........................ i&lwlYfrii every possible i I I''" Mi
putting forth every effort increased contributions stop wire tJon at a meeting of the tin.. ""r

to make the stay a pleasure while A number of delightful social me amount relief fund raised by m Miami, the company aim, 'I '., ,,;

.. affairs have been given in honor of you soon as possible. Saturday. Mr. GUI has b- .
Patrick day were used In the in their midat. :IN't('() PrrsliloiitCol.
&, 4I M' M. H. HOI.I itrsiNissMKKTI.Mi : .: Miss :Mildred Rupert whose mar- "JAS. FIESER"The lively In charge of Fiona, ""m.,
rooms where five tables were The following state sovereigns E. M. Johns of Starke, was Bradford county chapterhas for .
: pany many years, dfrt, i
: riage to Dr. Austin Bliss of Jacksonville It t tI
placed for bridge. Vases and baskets were elected as national repre elected aa one of the vice presi- very little money In the treasury through the period of rapid _
takes Thursday. "11
: The Woman's Missionary Society holding dogwood and Chero- sentatlvesIrs.: !\ Alle Rimes place dents of the State Bar Association now ( not enough to fill the local aion necessitated by the b", ''III

; I of the Methodist church held kee roses were placed to ad- Strickland Lake Butler first national March 28 at Keystone Inn. Among at its annual meeting! held requirements. ) We are looking I i I S '

,:', : a business meeting Monday afternoon vantage and lent beauty to the delegate: Miss Myrtle Ol'a: these was a bridge party on Saturday 'Miami last Friday and Satur- to our citizens to respond tcj I Recent rains and warm a. .r

4 at the church. with twelve | scene. Crump Tampa, second delegate; evening given by Miss Eliza: day. The Miami meeting of the this call as nobly and generouslyas have caused numerous F 'Ia
Mr T. .7. lrff-! they have in the past. It Is I wild /flowers to blossom) tll'. "
members present. After several exciting games Mrs. Myrtle Dtpur Fort Pierce beth Cnughey at her home on Keystone bar association was one of the ,1 n
t fin, first vice-president presided scores were totaled and dainty state president: Mrs. Leila Davis largest and most successful of any I hoped that all towns of the county all their glory. Some peull> Ii.J. .
over the busiueHN session.; and Mra. prizes awarded to the lucky win'l Jacksonville. vice president: Mrs lake. The rooms ere beautifully held in years. stated Col. J. L. will raise their share and send It .>Y viewing these flowers and .

A. Wood had charge! of the HUb- ners. Mrs. Brock held high. Bessie Green Live Oak. state. secretary decorated wth: yellow and Frazee. who with Mrs. Frazee attended in as soon as poslble. them to remain in the wood! ,1(1&(

Jert under discussion, 'Which was A. S. Crews made low. Mrs. Axt : Mrs. hectic Vaugh, state white flowers. The table decorations the meeting I Give your donations to any of to be enjoyed' by others : ,.
"Mothers and Daughters." favor, etc., all conformed to the following: F. Stump, chair- temptation to pluck: the flm ,
received the guest prize. banker; Vonda I E.!: Inman, Staike, S < ,
4cc'ounof the death of Mrs. ho same same color screme. Refreshments liolit .\uto Thief relief: committee. Mrs. II. II. It Is 'true but
: li On The hostess aslssted by Mrs.\ G. state supervisor.Our man great, perm". 'Ii
1' C. L. Peek faithful member of consisting of chicken Walking up to the car where It Mrs. O. P. Raymond tempted should
a M. Inman served the players Ice delegate. Vonda Inman, put p Young, treasurer remember n i "

'! : the society, It was decided to not cream, cake and ked coffee. on a beautiful pageant and< Installed salad sandwiches olives, cake and was parked on the street in frontof secretary. so doing they are violutln, ''h,
i :, : the Mother' and Daughter coffee were served. High scores Knight's home, offerIng law.
give / The guests were: Mrs. C. A. the nat onal delegates Ella States Attorney If more convenient your
': Banquet. which was planned for Futch. Mrs. O M. Siutrunk Mrs. Hlmes Strickland and Myrtle Oils were held by :Miss\ Ellen Kaye and a man drove the car off at about may be given to either of the

i next Friday. Mr. Chas. Wlemann, low scores by o'clock Monday morning, and
11 banks.
May Grlggn, Mrs. Brock Mrs. F. Crump. This was beauti-
: ,, : ._ ceremony Mrs. Wlemann and D. I E.!: Pang- 'f---
-- It .
d, $ TWE.NTIETII: ; ('J.NTUJIY; F. Stump. Airs U. Li. llaynes, airs. ful and very Impressive, and she not until the noon was UI| OOHH Ufc Sitting/ Service I ._- ---i
i born. Miss Rupert was gven: a thief: and not a
Wyman., Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. being elected as state state super discovered that a Up to the present the following
CIA n )1JoI TSMemb'fS
Mrs.\ O. L. }Jeu ley. Mrs. !Ruth Axt visor we feel it an honor for our lovely sandwich tray. mechanic had the coupe. The car have enrolled for Instructions In I M

,' Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mrs. Frank Hoover. circle. Miss Helen Lawrence entertained WitS fovid Wednesday afternoon this noble calling/ : I

:- Club of the entertained Twentieth' Century at- Mrs. II. II. Young' Mrs. George !Mrs.\ Inman made her trip wth: for Miss Rupert with a bridge In a. m.idlioU near Jacksonville, Seniors-Buster Klckllter: JunIor I

tt A were (<'Iynn.flu! Myrtlro Jackson \ luncheon at her home on Lake the thief aparently abandoning. ( McDonnell. Lester Price Robinson -
Mr Inman through the country in I
< bridge Monday evening by Mr. and
I View Drive. The rooms were at- the machine when he was unable ) Ben Sternberg Richard
Myrwln Jackson Mss: Ethel ,
their and in Mon-
car stopped over
Mrs. O, M. lumen at their. home I\IISS//
: j fin and Miss Madge Mlddleton.HOHTKSS \ tlcello/ while there called on Mr. tractively decorated with spring to get It out of the mud, I Long/ George! Raymond, Elmo I I -
honoring their guest. Mm. May .
: flowers and the favors were lovely ....
) ;
:Strutn, J. Urlllllt.Junlol'sBllIy
and Mrs. Cl1rletothe Episcopal< : J.
,,c Grlggs, of Petersburg, VaIn .;:; "' .l' AKTKU.NOON [ \ candy corsages. The guests included New Dry ('11\nhl" KNtabllshmrnt: Parner, Woodward ,

c. 'ii tir keeping with St. Patrlt'k'sBeason HlCUa: CI.l'H minister and his wife enjoying a I ; Miss Mldred! Rupert, Mine Geo. B. Flynn Is opening up a Ford, S. R. Johns Jr., Julian
pleasant stay.A
the home was attractive very Mildred Relsenman, !Mrs.\ Mary modern dry cleaning establish Peek Paul Raymond Charles Mc-
large hamper of linens and "
4 ; with spring flowers and greenery. hostess Mrs. Clias. In the warehouse opposite .
i Mrs. E. M. Johns WaS Bergen. 'Wlemann Mrs. ment Mlllan\ Graham James Wain ,
Billy .
quilts were prevented to our
while the same scheme was ad- tothe afternoon bridge club iiwell: Robinson, Misses Gertrude Smith's Garage: the equipment for
hered to In the tallies and In the' for the orphans and aged membersof week. This wright.
Thursday afternoon atjier )home. Rouser, Ellen Kaye, Elizabeth the plant arriving Instructor II. M\ Sebrlng will
the Woodmen Circle, also a
... cJ Ice course served. Graceful arrangements pink Caughey, Ruth Lawrence, Arneeta plant gives St&rke people the name the the date of the
notify boys
., .I t ; Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs received and white roses were simply, large cash donations. Many trees and Helen Ogden. Miss Lawrence facilities for having their work

''i1 high prl/crt"' respectively, a linen the were given by Individuals to be furnished by the first meeting.
though effectively, arranged In walt assisted by her mother Mrs.J. done as Is now S

f ,;,.I Heart and a pair of nocks. Mrs. living room where the guests were planted In Florida drive, 11000 towards H Lawrence and Mrs. E. A. Gainesville firm maintaining truck Flower shows are now the order I
'.L J. W. Andrews. Jr., and Mr. F. F. building a lake on the An experienced
seated for bridge. Smith. service to Starke. 'of the day in Florida and many !

I. Stump' were consoled with a eet Attractive tallies marked places grounds. Mrs. El well Robinson also en- operator will have charge of the cities are making arrangements for I

':, fl of candles and socks. The guest for' the guests and held several The team work was the prideof tertained for Miss Rupert on plant and a delivery service maintained : displays of flowers and plants and j I
the convention In putting on the Just Like New
prize a shoulder bouquet was presented high scores at the conclusion of Thursday evening with three tablesof for Starke and adjacent shrubs. The garden clubs are active ,
Mrs. Irlggs. competitive work. In putting on
q' the games. When scores were bridge. Dainty refreshmentswere towns. and are holding local meet-
Dr. and the ritualistic work, the Myrtle
Those present were: compared It was found that first I served. The guests were: s Ings with the. Idea of arranging details '
', Mrs. I 10.!: L. niggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. Oils Crump Guards of Tampa won With Joint Company 0 are no maglc-taiiM, lint
prize, a vase had been won by Misses\ Mildred Rupert Gertrude' for plantings of flowers everywhere -
W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. the $100 prize given by the Supreme Mr.\ Clayton Frank of Jackson-
we take old
can kind of
I Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng and second Rouser, Elizabeth Caughey, Helen In the state. The Flower any I
V. Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- forest, and the Pensacola with the DeWItt C.
' i Stump prize, a set of sachets, was recelved Lawrence Mildred, Relsenman, Ar- ville, Is now Clubs of Florida will make H Milt ami make It look jut
berg Mr. and l..rs. O. L. Deasley, Juniors: took the prize in puttingon Jones Company coming to this
by Mrs. N. Sternberg. neeta and Helen Ogden. Mrs. Chas. this state the prettiest in the un- like new-so that !
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. their team work. recommended by one you'll
4j firm highly
After the games a salad course Wlemann and llrs.Vm.. Baker. ion In a few years. IH't t
4. May Orlggs and Miss Mabel Wei- The society In the state of Flor- 'of the leading funeral directors of pi-oiul to wear H!
served. On Monday evening Misses\ Ar.
ler. was ida Is growing by leaps and Mr Frank recently -.- ___
.. .. Those enjoying the afternoon neeta and Helen Ogden gave a dinner Jacksonville. ----- -- p JiiHt give tin a trial and, r
.. f S bounds, and it stands third and post-graduate coursein
,, IIKIIHiK: I-AUTY IN with the hostess were: Mrs. N. party in honor of Miss Rupert. completed a Embalming : r MOO how true tnnt; It* ami
there big things being
.. .A1 1IOVOU OF ( tEST: Sternbertc Mrs. Edward Burns, done are by the so many different groves and A color scheme of yellow, green the Guyton-Jones Nashville Tenn. Mr. Say it Flowers how small our Iiargra arc. t
!Mrs. J. K. Corpenlng Mrs. J. C. and white was) carried< out In the College tI
members all over the slate, that It will have charge of the I
Gasaet Flowers For All
Robinson Mrs. O. L. llaynes Mrs. table decorations. Twelve guests
One of the delightful Informal
well acquainted -
be Interesting for our' readers being
.. C. A. )Knight, Mrs. W. M.\ Wain- might were present: Mission Mildred Rupert hardware store,
.i. affairs was a bridge party given by to know that the Woodmen with the needs of the Occasions Modern DryCleaners r

.I : Mrs. L. F. Smith Friday afternoon -, wright: Mrs. O. L,. Beasley, Mr*!. Circle has invested In the State of I Ellen Kaye. Gertrude Houser. in this section and will rI

..; .- I' complimenting!\ Ruth Axt A. Z. Adklns, Mrs.\ II. C. Wall. Florida[ $10,134,000 bonds! mainly Elizabeth Caughey Ruth Lawrence farmers Implements needed by them I
Mrs. L. Wyman and Miss Mabel Helen Lawrence Mildred, carry
of New Jersey.Decorations Gertrude
1 school and road Improvement work. I GodbeyAnderson
,..: ,. .. appropriate to St. Weller.a I socu rities. Rlesnman Mra Chas", Wlemann In their p I
1 Mrs. Elwel: Robinson and !Mrs. J. iciu'i-al
'hulli lln (;
.. : i MILS.!l (;. I.. 1'10:10:1'SSI.R: : : TO marked characteristic of her life While In Pensacola, the delegates K. Larson. .\11110Intf'(1] l ( announced by Gen. Ktarko
: i the San Carlos In tho plans I I
.,. p TIII: fiitiiAT: HIYOM: ) was her love of home and her devotion stopped at On Saturday afternoon Miss of Tallahassee, for J
.. hotel. Monday evening there was T. .r. Appleyard Phone U Waldo Fla. Near Smith's Garageliiilliililimiliiilliilmuaiamunwiiiiiij I
: entertained
to her husband and chil- Gertrude" Housew annual Confed-
:t Surrounded by devoted children an informal reception for both I !Miss\ the
H : dren. Mrs. Peek's serene faith Is a St. Patrick's day bridge reunion to be held at 1
\Voodmen and Woodmen Circle erate -- n ......_._
:. and grandchildren Mrs.: Comer L. described In the followng: verse, delegates; and otllcers. Those that [ Rupert. The large table was gay lotte N. C., June 4 to 7th.char-I "-' A -,:-.,-._--,_-_-_-____-_

... :. : Peek passed peacefully to the which is taken from one of her were called on to peak were: Hon. 'with Its decpratlons of green L. W. KIcklMer, of Starke wn :;'''_In'IIIIlIIIUtall: IIIWII1IIUIIIIIlIllIllIlIUIIIII'IrIII''IIIIIIIIIIIIWllliii''' iiiiiilll "" ,.,.
? : Great Beyond Friday evening, shamrocks and diminutive bride chaplain general with the I
favorite poems: C. C. Whittier, state manager! of pointed
I k the lath of March after an Illness }the Woodmen' ; Mrs. Strickland, and groom In the center. The small rank of lieutenant colonel. In this HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE

.. .- of only a few hours. "So live that when thy summons ( state president of the Woodmen tables were no"lesa attractive with connection General Appleyard announced -
p. Many were the expressions of come to Join Circle; Miss Myrtle Oils Crump their tiny green boxes of candy that the Seaboard AirLine

.. .: .,, praise and love for the dead and The Innumerable caravan which I state manager of the Circle, and and shamrock tallies. The refresh- I railway bad been selected at

r :t' sympathy for her children when it moves Mr.\ Crawford. state auditor and ments of salad, sandwiches, cake the official route of the Florida

..: was known that the gentle spirt To that mysterious realm where known to many people in Starke; and punch all had a touch of the division! and offering a special STARKE, FLORID!

; of this lovely lady had departed each shall take and Mr. G. M. Inman of Starke. popular green. The guests were rate of one cent a mile to veteransto Represent!' the Host Leading Insurance Companies
Elizabeth ;
the Misses Helen Lawrence, The hon
from her earthly home; but for Ills chamber In the silent halls of Tuesday night the circle gave a and from the reunion. FIRE .ACCIDENT
T Jessie LIFE
Caughey, Ellen Kaye ba. appointed AUTOMOBILE
%;, one who has lived such a beautiful death banquet/ to both circle and the orary ladles' staff .
Smith Mildred Relaenman.' Ar- May 1st.
: : life- Thou go not like the quarryslaveat Woodmen delegates and officers. Mrs. Chas. by General Appleyard ADJUSTMENTS SLIDE PROMPTLY
neeta and Helen Ogden
night At this time we had with us two Wlemann. Mrs. Elwell RQblnson S ---.mll.. .-...''''''..._..........''',.....''5-5'.. l'H51'S'. ..:........,...ffIftftfllWIlnhIuuuIPIrnulmmm.mwusIrIt.! ""''''' '' ,. .'',',.
...!. : :. "It Is not death to die; Scourged to his dungeon but, sustained national: officers Mrs. Annie Watts I- -- -

To leave this weary road, and soothed! ,nt[ !Meridian\ Miss.. and !Mrs.\ Done- and !Mrs. Barnes. Ugh: score was! I I lIEU ('KOS"4 APl'KAL: 1QltKjjjxJ:: : !;: : o.JIIDf.: ;JIXRHJ: r.w.reRt:1J:! : ,,:)(:ItIQ: f!f

,' ., .. And 'midst the brother-hood on By an unfaltering trust, approach Ian of Columbia S. C. The table held One by of Mrs.the Robinson.most successful affairs I Jq

..e. ... $ hlirh thY frays.Like'ona : ., was beautifully decorated with | F
:; i 5' To be at home with God." who O' wraps the drapery of /flowers and the ladles were all of this. year_ was_ .the banquet uL The following telegram has been Ie AOEIVThU'
at the Inn Friday evening of iie ,
,.a attractive evening giveu received by the secretary our :
his couch dressed In
4.L of G, F. Tlbbltta who i Is
A host of relatives and frleVids followed the ban In honor local chapter: ,
About him. and lies down to pleas- gowns; a dance health at Keystone .
1, attended' the funeral which was ant dreams" quet. establishIng a camp "March 191929.
Dr. Wm. II. Crawford IC
t { held Sunday afternoon at three-! Wednesday night Pensacola entertained Heights. "Wa81 'l1jtton, D. C. Jl/o '

I i: thirty at the fam'ly'!) residence on food presided and Introduced the "Mrs. G. P. Raymond. Starke Fla. :
.:. ; The Interment was In Crosby us royally at a sea Senator Miller -
... '. West Madl. on street. Rev. (
i : nooks pastor of tho Methodist band. arrangements being under In their city. : Dr. F. M.\ Walrath and Florida have greatly: IncreasedRed
Mayor In
Dixon relief operations
::1 church, conducted the service S Cross
the direction of DeWItt C. Jones,
reading from the ritual an and the I.. T. A. SIKKTIMJ..: : Judge Baxter, of Gainesville and flood territory comprising: Alabama '
mortician following
gentlemen of Green Cove Springs.Miss .
-- Mr. Shands Goorgla, Southern Mississippi t
j.t. 4. abridgment of the 39th and 90th pallbearers ,
; acting as :
? Psalms, also First Corinthians The' Starke Parent-Tenchers' Dorothy Jenkins entertain.ed and northern ;Florida stop Ie Ieths
i Active: J. M. Mitchell. J. F. -
.'.. ; .,.. 15th chapter 20 to 58 verses In- Kickllter George C. White, L. A. Association will be hold their reg- six of her friends at A SaintPatrick's will necessitate very large .

.. clusive. A quartet, composed of Davis L. Wyman, J. M.\ Brownlee. ular meeting; at the Starke High: day breakfast; Saturday fund! for adequate emergency e *=='

i Mra. I. 'V. Andrews. Jr., Miss\ school, Wednesday afternoon at morning.Mr. lief Including food clothing shelter -
1 K. S. N. B. -
Honorary Matthews.
., : and Mrs. Phil Kaufman ,con' supplies and later _I'J
o'clock. medical _
.r, FJthel 1 Grltnn, Mr. L. F. Smith and Hull, O. W. Alderman F. C. Hoover 3 'who have been in and e
Mr. Wesley Stearns, accompanied An Interesting(: prograrr hm and daughter permanent rehabilitation. of flood
: i ..: A. M. Darby, N. D. Walnwrlght.J. for several
iff; n- by Mrs. Ellery it!\!. Davis. softly Alvarez, D. E. Knight, W. T. been arranged as follows I Keystone Heights: victims stop Red Cross has appropriated -
for their homeIn
Monday t
'.: rang "Crossing the liar," and "It Spring songa.--Scor.d grada. i weeks, left thirty-five thousand dollars
ft Weeks J.I.!\ Truby and L. C.
... *t ii Not Death to Die." two of Mrs.Peek' : Powell. Play--Junlor High. Pennsylvania. to head relief fund by imperative We Welcome the
.. Mrs.
.. favorite,hymns. The body I Talk "How Parents Rob Their Mi and Mrs. Davenport greater be made secure I Ie
The newly made was banked -
grave Anderson
Miss Mae -
1 and
Children of Responsibility", by Rose Llpplt and contributions
v. decease was robed In white prompt generous
_ of the with the most beautiful flowers, located .
Penn., are
,;..... :. erepetrimmed .with Prof. S. S. Dowllng. Meadvllle! from your community for more Children
mlngtoy them
; ..I among. being calla lilies apartments and ir at this BankWe
attend. In the Rupert flood sufferers -
urged to thousand
All are
and 'the pireuts: than fifteen
I georgette und ,r M "Cf'J Baster lilies: roses carnations, an spend several weeks
: : ', banked.wlth .a V7Pth!!! expect to stop am confident your people
casket |
tc was jiu'nrlatlon! lilies, gladioli, poppies SIRrt.: MINMKJ.': HARRIETT: I

.. ;.1t'' of the most choice flowers, expressing 1.sweer-r: ,a9 an l.other lovely spring here.Mr.. J. 1!. Lawrence and h'g! f
-- -
: the love pnd' respect of flowers. Barrett narrowly want them
Mrs. Mtnn'.e! Jewell brother-in-law, Mr.\ Ford to learn as they
relatives and frtenda. W. Barrett, of 355 Saturday when on
wife of Mr. U. escaped death
.. : .,., Harriet Saphronla Patterson Jesus, Thous Prince of life! I i East Sixth street Jacksonville. their way home from Starke! their i Irc Irct grow up, that this bank is the '

: !b.' 'was' born June 17th 1852 In Mus- .'Thy chosen cannot die; : died March 15th, after an extended car turned _completely over. Mr. I t ItlC

p : q "i cogee county, Georgia but lived Like Thee they conquer} In the illness. Lawrence was badly bruised and right place, for them to come

: ...... ,.': '! most of her girlhood life near strife !Mrs.\ Barrett daughter of Mr. suffered from shock. Mr. Ford< escaped j
i ,I I Boston Georgia. She was the old- To reign with Thc! on high." D. W. Manning of Starke, was born with slight Injuries. The : jI when they transact financial '
. any -
., : eat of seven children, and at the
i;. September 13th 1006. She was car, Buick standard six. Is a complete I

_ y. ..' age of seventeen her mother died Mrs. Peek leaves to revere her married to !Mr.\ U.V.. Barrett of wreclc. matters. Our advice in

_ .. t 4; And left the responsibilities of the memory the following named children Jacksonville, and to this union Mrs. J. II. Houser returned Friday !- t

1. : borne upon her so at this period : Carlyle Peek, of Chicago: ; three daughters were born. Miss from Jacksonville where she any problems which arise
_ A' v of her young life she became In all !Mrs\ F. II. Long J. L. Peek, Mrs.\ Bettle Jewell Barrett. Mss! Madeline spent several days as the guest!! of +IAV YOLJR. t

., ': ,t' ,; :;.. things a mother", to the other children \)- J. II. Rltch. Mrs. E, 1 K. Perryman Louise Barrett, and Miss Florence !Mr. and Mrs. James Houser Jr. y5EXAM1NED about their savings account

.;.:f' : y : all of whom were greatly devoted S. I.... Peek all of Starke; !Mra.\ C. I I Ann Barrett. Besides her Miand Mrs. \V. H. Ogden, Miss ,

.- :! .. to her. .... Soyles, of Miami; also twenty Immediate family, she leaves to Mildred Retsenman. Misses\ Ar 'S will be as fully and carefully

'. ;' ; : On February 7th 1877 !Miss grandchildren. One slater, Mrs. mourn her untimely death Mr. neeta and Helen Ogden spent Friday The new instrumentsfor :I

_ ..' : f Patterson was married to !Mr. John S, Peek, of Belcher, La., and and Mrs P. W. Manning of Starke. In Jacksonville. I given as in matters involving

..: .' ., .' Comer Leonard Peek, and they one brother. !Mr.\ Hoberti' Patterson Dan Jr.. J. C., Reva and Gladys, Mr. E. P. Caughey and daughter. eye examinationmake I
: a came to Green Cove Springs. Florida < K.<: A. Man- dollars. :
of Arkanxa Manning, of Starke. Elizabeth: left Monday morning a perfect diagnosis many Bring c
".5 A and began their long and hup- your boy
; attendingthe Mra. C. C. Penn.
Out of town persons ning of Tallahassee for their home In Erie
._ ; ,. r .. 4 py married life together. After tunera1! were: Mrs. J, M. Patterson Cook and A. F. Manning of Baltimore Mr. and Sirs Almond Carr of possible-come here by in and introduce him to the

'S.. .. .... one year they came to Starke : and son. Mr.\ Frank Patter- Md.. and Mrs. R. C. Hughes Meadvllle, Pa., are the guests of all for a FREE examination ;
where have lived
.,' k they ever since. i' don of Boston Ga.; Mlssi May of Daytona fleach.ths their son, F. H. Carr. j fellows.: .

,.... celebrating their fiftieth wedding( / Peck, !Mr\ and Mrs. C. Z, Suddeath funeral was held from the I to make sure V

.. Anniversary on February 7th. Mr. Charles Darby. of Jacksonville Cooper Funerrfl l Parlor In Jacksonville I Electric metermen of this state I

..: l1R1 1027 On the 1.9th of the following ; Mrs. C. F. Saylns of Miami! ; with Elder Balanger of r win again: be enabled to attend a of your eyesight. Don'tneglect

. .:. November her husband passed Mi- and Mrs. L. H. 11111, of Inw- the Seventh Day AtlventUH church short course at Gainesville given eyes-no instrument

.' on to rest leaving her heartbroken tey; Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard officiating.Intermen. by the department of electrical your .
.. .: lonely and weary In body; and of Palatka; Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs was In the Evergreen r i engineering In cooperation with is more delicate BANK OF STARKEA

,.,. after one year and four months a T Dell and Mrs. D. C. Jones, of cemetery amid a concourse of sorrowing -I the General Extension Division. than the human
... she realized that It was "Sunset scheduled or precious -
Gainesville.ATTKMIS relatives and friends. The .i The course this :year Is

,. I '. and evening star and one clear S floral offerings; were beautiful. for April 15-22. 'A number of Improvements eye. ROLL OF HONOR BANK
call for me. Mrs. Peek was for : : \\OOItMKN: : 5- I have been planned for ,

,&":. i! ,., many years a member of the ('IIU'....: II.J.TIXG; : Construction started on $3.- the short course which will be the! DR. GEO. LYONS I

___ it "Methodist church and had an abiding 000,00 causeway to connect HUU-, seventh annual one given by the Make' It a Habit

: ; faith In her heavenlY' Father. The Guardian of Starke Grove borough county thor. to end of university Nine major study Holllngsworth\ Shop'I'I to Meet Your Business
_________ She was a woman of culture and No. 278, was sent as a delegateto Gulf-to-Gulf Boulevard In Pinellas groups have been mapped out In '

_ $ !:'. 1., refinement' possessing a aympathetlc Penaacola March 12 and llth county connecting Tampa with order that men of ail degrees of HTAHKK:, Friends Here.r"'f .

_ t ? ,\ and lovable disposition, and to: attend the state convention of Clearwater. experience derive benefit. 'WRIU.'I
may .. .
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I The Dependable Store has good f Mr. and Mrs. J. F Colley and RU'H UKCL1MC: : IN ,

6G:I work shoes from $2,15 up J. M 1 1I n'ec: Kale Fugate. spent Sunday I SIOVF3i;: I\TN: iiKimiics: : sii\: : I, Snake Leather Takes: .

I Alvarez.Mr. A In Ocala with Mrs. Colley's father.Mr. -
Bits of g gI I Indication.I'oliit to )'i'ihuitlyV1ni.ii
" \ ;' ('ii viol :Sis<-niri>t Storm .
I and Mrs.M.C. Ford off Country By
This Wrrk.Plant .
South Jacksonville! visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mr I I
<< f
.. and Mrs. L. M. Cunningham und
.tr..lpu. f Mrs. George Flynn Sunday March 19.---\\'ltl1ln-
I & Mrs E. M. Johns attended: the .
.. ,- I show in Gainesville Tuesday night. I'Idlcntlonn' pointing to a posHlble .- -- -::-:: : : -:- '. .:-:---:-- --T-j --i;
I Humming 13.rd: guaranteed ,hose wnd-up: of the curlot movement" of

'n all the shades. strawberries out of Plant this tL
Concerning Our People Business and newest Stump's !Mr. and Mrs. N. D. lkuumgarner City T
week and! than ,
Department Store. not later next week
Progress of the County and Town. I Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Reynolds of
a rapid decline In the volume
Sorrento spent Sunday in Jack
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray and sonville. movement out of here as the seaSon -

_______.......................................P"._.........._______ son, Luclon of Gainesville, spent is wound up appears likely.
<;'2S .:.:>c:.:>=====rJ; ====':.:.c.c.c.c.c: : :.:. Sunday with relatives.If During the last week there has
Business and meetingof
progiant !;
\Vondcrfiil ppriiiff! OIVHWH only Miss Emma Strickland was the the Baptist \.... !M. will be held been a considerable let-up In volume -

li.f!};; atMiss St4.'I'nlWl'j'M. guest of Miss Pearl Griffin Sunday your feet ache, try a pair of at the church !Monday afternoon and many Pllt'ht'lIl1ro decreasing 1

at her home In Lawtey. Sweet Sally Lunn Shoes. J. M. Alvarez three o'clock. their yields rap'<.Ily as berries ,

May Patchett spent Satur- The Dependable Store. are being gathered for market this _

,I\ and Sunday In St. Petersburg. You c'tui find tIt hprliut-' hat -4 Mr. and Mrs. Erv n McRae and v aek. 3 .' ,
I / nt Mr. J E.: Corpenlng: spent Wednesday The return of the week (,roughfthe ,
--- St4'1'lIbf"'rl.4,, daughter: Lucile, of Waldo, were
In Hugh wi'U her mother total movement by express' 111111
Mrs George Roberts of Luwtey I guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. "
Mrs. T. A. Brlnson. freight out of here within approximately 4 I I I4'W
Starke Tuesday. Underhill.
III i in Mr. and Mrs. ;
J. II. Re>'noUls of 400,000( quarts of the I'
Sorrento, Fla., were "HOOVER BROS. SPECIAL" 40 '- In the history of the
Wells of Clients of Mr. greatest: year
Mi Roger Jacksonville ]Mrs. Josephine! Edwurda: and
and Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner. days only. A quality portrait 5 local strawberry' business, 1 !>22-2H. ( j
',,v Starke Monday. :Mrs. Mrs. It. O. Daniels of Tampa __ '1'
for $1.50. If you miss this you when approximately five million roM.,3flJ'
-- -- left Tuesday after several days id.ok)1.. ctr.'g J.
Mr. and Mrs.V.. P. Archer lose the greatest, bargan: we have (quarts of berries were forwardld .;
:MI.IKI I : IMIJS 1II pretty ]Iwlutc'cI t dti's" of visit with relative '
1 SI4'rnhc'rj.4( Key West spent the week-end with ever offered. Hoover Bros. Studio. To date the movement la approximately -

Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews. S 3-15-21. J. A. Deal und C. R. Boerner, four million and six hundred \ ( l (

MI and Mrs. Paul Canova mount ---- who have I been working In cooperation thoiiflnnd quarts or In roluulflgui'es J r' i ,
4 of Miami. vl*lt- ( shy of the '
Mrs. L. DeSlia 400.000
Panama Work quarts
Clothes .
the Forest :
"l, i to Jacksonville Thursday. al'echeapel' with Experiment
than ever. J. M. Alvarez lug her parents. Mr. and< 1Ira.V.. Station left Wednesday 'greatest >'par.Vhcther or notllgurea 1 1L 1t

The Dependable Store. M. St ruth. for t the former bumper yt'ur 1 IR f )
\.'w Easter dresses Just arrivedstump's morning for Asheville N. C.Mr. : t
|i :Department Store. will be surpassed la a nUlt fl'r. ot :

Mr. and Mr,. 1 J\I. L. Granger of Men. the Dependable.Store! has and !Mrs. W. P. Randall are conjecture at thla time although tJjt 'j.. ... ... 1 I Iw

Mr ,V. P. Randall of Tampa, \Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs. II. C. your I Easter outfit for you. J. M. receiving/; congratulations over the it appears most likely t that they

1 Wednesday in Starke. Wall) Wednesday. Alvarez.Dr. arrival of a son born March 17th. will be. ''M A
Returns to date on the berilea .
lie has been named William
Gossard corsets. brassieres and It. B. McLendon and ;Mr. G. shipped out ot here for growers!'
'Hoover Bros. Special" Photo. Plaisted Randall Jr.
(or 40 days only, 5 for $1.50. A combinations., All new models at C. Gambill of the State Farm, were have been approximately one million -

ial portrait of "Hoover Bros." Stump's Department Store. visitors to Starke Sunday. 6 real portraits for $1.50. This one hundred thousand dol- ,

luulity. Do not miss it, 3-1 5-2t. Is the greatest thing we have ever This Is a larger/: cash! return than ;
Lewis Shriver of Brooker, was received for the entire movement -
Mr. and Mrs. George Livingstonof offered. We want to help you form was

I :Mr T. A, Brinson of Hugh, spent Tampa spent several dnys In a business visitor to Starke Mon the Picture Habit. Remember torO In 1922-23. The total return -

I ednesday in Starke.Mr Starke this week. day. S days only. No engagement; necessary !- 4'J89.988 that year quarts from Is the recorded Reason's as 1WPUA'NSVg jary .

Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Young andMrs. -Just come. Hoover Bran ;
uet'SED t2 "Ii I'
Joe urn Williams of Lake .\)Ii) Hn'it" .bojB )oIl '<'> find lint J. M. Davis were visitors In Studio. 3-15-21. $1.069,070.12. The Anal move I e57) s'4'aAv .) ttw Fa. t tIl
of berries that year came .
Hfraw Ilil nt SIcrnbcrgs.Mrs. ment (,5sckec4 LSZ '
in Starke.
|utler spent
Gainesville: Tuesday "
of 400 quarts on
----- !Mr. W. 1>. Pender of Starke has I with the shipment :' L '''

hose at Sh'nlbc'rg'M, A. Z. Adkius and Mrs. J. and announced the engagement and approaching ) April 25. a' 'JI L :
liny jour C. Roblnt'on' Sits.V.. J. Epperson Mr. 'l"h., .._. mnvnmAnt_ ._ out of here \last .f.t.'I'\''\ )'. \... '
motored to Gainesville -- --- lN II '
of his daughter 'HS I''I'
\cii the BOc IIOHP I IK Ic xxl.Mr Mrs. Dale VunaickeJ! of Gainesville /; marriage decline IJI'4V :
week showed a gradual: '
Saturday afternoon. Wednesday In Jacksonville.Mrs. M'sn Sarah Louise!> to Mr. .
spent from more than a hundred thousnnd four million A'plna Kurung Skins chiefly! for women'
fi Norman Ives of Ocala, vi,- Floyd Dewey Wilson of Bessemer I shoes no muriT
Mrs. J. A. Saul Miss Minnie quarts on Monday to approximately karung belnc the Malay word fur I use have been developed that today i'lI t
led, Starke Wednesday W. II. Kennedy'' of Lake City, N. C. The wedding//; lake I
Gruber and 70,000) quarts on Saturday I Alplna Knrung leather la being luau j\ .
Miss Ethel Griffin
place In June.Mr. acrpeut wore nhlppod: to the United !;
Butler, is spending several daysin cnrlot movement an both Friday extensively In a wonderful variety ofways I
Mr Charles Brooking of Galnea- spent Saturday In Gainesville. week, BUttes lu 101&: Surpene leather" eiteemral from
Starke this Saturday! was nine cars running cigarette lighten f'
illo was in Starke Wednesday. and! :Mrs. C. S. MoOornuick moved by the ancient Egyptian for to upholstering the highest grads |i: .

Col. and Mrs. I). K. Knight were Mr. and !Mrs. W. J. Epperson after two weeks v'slt In Dnytunu while on Thursday 11 ears Ito great duinblllty end beauty, has furniture and automobiles The ante I..". .
Spring and Easter foot-wear at week-end guests of !Mr.\ and Mrs. Jr.. of Jacksonville, were guestsof Beach stopped by for several clays out In addition to dur move' caught hold In this country. Tin order of Alptnn Karung Came to the. |

Department Store. j Charles Larsen of Lakeland. visit with Mr. and MrV. John I'g-' ment. Prices held steadily ng new ate pie bus both created 'within\ United States two jrenn ago slut wu ,.1 i I
lump's Tuesday."Spiluug
relative [ latter part of the week aI !- two Introduced first fad. hundred
!low enroute to their home In St. the ; Ytoe" M a one tlioununj alcliui a'II''II'for
(hoOpening _
I bough slightly lower than on -- ,- ,
Anything in the seed Hue at I
Slate's; Attorney II. V. Knight Beauties" Absolutely Charles, 111. drxy of the week. The ;I : ; If

,oiiI Thursday in Jacksonville. Klckllter's.Mr. (he prettiest line of dresses ever for Friday and Saturday II for 26.000 copies of Iho state roadmap Jacksonville

'- ..-for-Klioen- iinil and !Mrs.\ O. A. Andreii of shown at Stump's Derailment The meeting regular of bns'noHH the: Baptist and Missionary program -- yard average was mild to be 25 rents t he I I to ho uned during/; tho ensuing, 1 !/; I TnliuhaHXce .. .- Plans underway! i; ,1'.

Try StcrnberCft Store. 27 cents on for completion\ of Gulf Coast high .
drop from year The cost said to have
'"1 properly) iitt(1I.Mr l. Stuart spent the week-end in Unions will he held at the quart I a Why '; t

-- Stnrke with relatives. Sheriff W. J. Eppersonleft Sunday rtaptlat church, !Monday! afternoon: Thurmluy. ----- been In the nelghboihood of $1,- _--_._---- ... (. .. ,

and Mrs. Deering. of Maine for .Key' West where he will at 3:30: o'clock. Circle No. 3 with 300.'i'he. '
DI' Charles Chase of Oraln, is will ....... ......... r I' .
leader ...
ivi returned north after a visit : pend a week 'attending the sher Mrs. A. M. Darby as .... new map) will be brought" I>K. II. s. ('.\HltoU. Yt ::

ith F)?. Austin Cary. visiting/; his daughter, Mrs. J. C. iff's convention. \have charge! of the program ..:\..mtOlnJ,1llrIt. ; ,I, down to !March 1. und la an ImI Ih'ntl..t) i uMl! .

Hoover. --'---'--- 6 (:\ V. A. KoHlcr.! Tor.) 1 I I I proved) Issue over the lost year's", Over Corpenlng'M Drug StorePhoitn ; !
tl'llison Straw Hats, the real "Hoover Bros. Col. and Mrs. n. E. KnIght/ returned 1. ,
I For 40 days only, limp. as well na being supplied In
immer lids have arrived at The See beautiful new line of printed. Special". 5 photos for $1.50. We Wednesday from Fort My ....*4Mrs. -*.*.*.......*. .*.I i I I much larger; 'I| ulnhlt Ity. Ten t thouHiind () Mourn, ::a.'lOlllce :II to 5. .: '

,spendable Store. J. M. Alvarez.M silks at Stump's Department Store.Mrs. have never offered anything like ers and Punta Oorda., where Col. Hester Supp spent the moro maua I lhan ever ordered ', ,

----- (this before. We do it to help you Kifght was attending! 10 profeailonnl weekend with Mr and Mr. A. II. 'I' before will bo available/ for distribution .' .,

\ IKOB Emma Strickland and C. A. Knight Mrs. L. M. form the Picture Habit. Hoover business.' On'thplr return Hosier tit tie! state farm. I I' to nil purls tf the country. -_ \I I

,"iiru/( Orlflls were visitors to Jack- Cunningham and Mrs. E. M.\ Johns Bros. Studio. 3-15-21.: they visited Mr. and Mrs. Clias Mrs. Maggie Fnrsyth and ch'Idren :' -' It was said.Chairman/ --- '

inutile Friday.' spent Friday In Gainesville. Larson In Lakeland for a few Luclle und Eugene spout I| R. \V. Ilontley stated 1\.1 ,

Mrs. J. E. 1\I0.nes: grand :Jays. tho week-end III Jacksonville the I that lift yenr'n", supply\ of maps I ,

f1 autlful assortment of Rhodes' Tomato and sweet pepper plantsat structor of 0. E. S. of Lake 111-1 --" aiient of her daughter, Mrs. Roy I win exhausted, JuliEt about I the time VISIT r' "

In-I ,>n display at Stumps Depnrt- Klckllter's.Mrs. ler, attended the Eastern Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cunningham: 'ati H dcl's. the tourist' BUIIHOII started hence iI

,enl i Store. --- meeting In Starke Thursday iilit.( 1 if Virginia, It. M.' Cabe -f North R. S. Rosier was a visitor to the groally liicreuHml number or- ERIIOL ALVAREZ'DARKER : ;

!\ W. J. Epperson Mrs. Alice : CarolIna, I D. A. Potter of ...nstu-\ Jacksonville Sunday. dcrod for nuxl winter season.Tliu .
Lnngford and !Mrs.\ Anna !Murrhee\ -- Carter of Now Jacksonville I SHOP 'L \: .
U. D. C.. ehusetts. II. A. of
W. T. Week chapter. Mi1. Churl SaRI state!\ could> / dial ri lint ur
were :n Lake Uutler Thursday. meeting Saturday York F. S. Findlay of Washington !Monday n'slH of last road of :> ,'Ii ,, "
100,000 Florida
will have a call spent ninprt every jk
Jimt north of
;[FNT A %WORD afternoon at 4 o'clock at the homeof D. C.. E. V. Roberts of week with :Messrs. !Morgan and( I year.'Mr. Ilentley mild! such IsIh City limits on '\ f '

Mrs. J. II. Rltch and Miss Margaret :i Mrs.! H. A. Weeks., Business of Pennsylvania Mark M. Lehrt of Henry Redding.Mm. (
Long: motored to Jacksonville 1 Importance to be transacted.I Idaho arrived Tuesday from Lake Jesus SuuiHltrs and baby ot btrs of commerce, three A IHHO- \ I 4ik

COLUMN Thursday. I, City and will upend two in out In 11 beE Penr.cy Farms, pent lust! week clatlons. Information: bureaux, BVTvlro Hair Cut 3,>c L.t : .<

IKWINQ' SOLICITED--Fancy and | ----"nd-' voile all colors at W. A. Stearns and dauglv-; In Starke. with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. statlonx und Hitch, but a restricted '$

Organdy: Louise. Mrs. George II. Low- ------------ Prlnglo. number must be Issued Tonic lScNeck :
plain; satisfaction guaranteed.Mrs Stump's Department' Store, 25c par tar ; visitor to S.'iavc 15c ; ';

P. B. Hunt, Hampton, Fla.111tf.. yard. ry. and daughter, Margaret visited CHitin FOB ALL-ALL FOR eHRln> Russell Redding was a I IEllery due to the cost. j' ,. I.'

Jacksonville Thursday. 85"BIBLE Jacksonville and Sunday.Bryant Redding< : //; of I I Ithu Winter-S--Garden -..- 1 Olllce- and Clip lJchand :;'f
Mr. and !Mrs. C. A. Futch and wmKf FSjDd( I he tales of Pounds, Motor Company \ ,
Maddox MIss )Ilalforil. spent rooms -
straw- Mrs. II. Farm,
OU SALE---150 80-quait Mr. and SatS : j Massage :].)c j:
!Mrs.\ (G. M. SUtrunk spent Th.urs- and Mr. their parents, Mr. : building( wit (lie remodeled.Jacksonville ,.
berry refrigerators at seven dollars Jacksonville. LouIse Maddox of Archer, "',_C.__...........I 15k.....". -_IRE.145. week-end with t.'
each delivered. Write Rob- day in Charles Andrews, of Gainesville and lit rs. I I. L. Hel",1", ng. I I1IIr. ) -- New store buildIng Shampoo Stc ':: :.

Insoa Bros., Plant City Fla. 222tf. and !Mrs.\ R. J. were in Starke Thursday.Mr. THOUGHT AND PRAYER and! !\I r8. J. Q Roa:>r of Srpp will be erected on St. Johns
Mrs.\ W. A. with Mrs avenue.
:!:! spent Sunday afternoon
Davis[ spent Tuesday in Jackson and Mrs. R. V. Turner and J. S. Rosier. I I Jtelolrllllislal'll'lI/; on Kings road ;j jI > I
('11 ii'd tli..> light. nl tho World :
ville. or Redding, and Atlantic lloulevurd. In Hoot! ,
I Lolselle and Bobble of Mr. Morgan
foil SALE-1D27! Chrysler sedan, children. Friends .. .
John I 0) : 1. Jesus said; I urn the i --- -- -
condition, I Key. Spent the week-end citizen of t(tie county '
Hplenttld mechanical and clilek- Cedar of the world! a pioneer ,
.. .
I cash for eggs light his ,
Johns. with
pay -- ,
and tires real buy with Mr. and Mrs. Barnum who makes his homo
Rood a
paint ;
J. F Klckllter. John 12'4fl: 47. I am come alight will regretto J f'\\
lii-7! Pontiac landau deluxe sedan ens. I brother. II F. Redding/ ,
.. Galneu- Into the world, that whosoever -
1924 !Mrs. Dale Vanalckel of learn that he la very 111. 'J1
( looks and runs good. 1 ---I
Col. and Mrs. K. M. Johns were wefk-end with her believeh! on me should should ',",

standard 6 Buick sedan for business visitors In Jacksonville vllle, spent the and Mrs. W. J. En- not abide In darknoHM. 47. And If M-.WKHT; : l!<>.\l.. Si.l'14 : ('1 1I
only $150. 1927 Dodge sedan, : parents, any man hear my words, and behave ,
Monday. .
leather upholstering almost new I person. not, I Judge< ; him not; for I I.iitHt Issue for Morldrt to Num.Ixr r 'h'' .

tires, only run 15,000 miles. I Mr. -E. M. Rooks spent several and Mr. James came not to Judge the world I but 2\,11110: ) I II iI I

(i'i.J8': Ford tudor sedan. 1-ton in Jacksonvlle this week Milting Sir David Emits of Flor- to save the world.1."I'c'r I i.
days University
Graham, truck extra Kempton of the
(Dodge) 0
relatives. with Mr. and : Wo rejoice to know The state road department has 'fI
Sunday ,
good tires and completely over -- 'da spent Lord that In Thee there la no clurk- contracted with the General

hauled mechanleally, new bat- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul spent Mrs.'J. 'V. Morgan. ness! at all. Just Drafting Co.. Inc., of New York, I

terv Just the thing for berry Sunday In Jacksonville with Mr[ Palatka, Why should you glor'fy; (God
Richard of
hauling. Phone 142, Gainesville, and Mrs. 8. V. Trlgg.: Mrs. It. C. Darby of Plant Answer, read-Matt. 6:24.: I '
foi full Information. Will be and Mr. Charles S I '. )'!
of Mr.\ and
glad to demonstrate any of these I Field, peas any variety. City, were the guests ii.tPTi.vrSunday : ,1 .

"*ars Brooklng-Turnlpseed, Inc.,, Wanted F. Klckllter.-- !Mrs. A. M. Darby) Sunday. I ,,.,',, .:

''/ W. University, Gainesville,, J. school at 10 a. m. Our i :

FIn 2-22-tf. Hazel Callender and Mr. Mrs. G. It. Bennett. Misses G Utt- attendance U Increasing/ .
Miss and Laura Hemingway
motored to Jacksonville sle Mae Bennett Worship at .11 a. m. and 7:30: p. II .: ,
Stearns afternoonIn
Wesley Monday\
spent "
I'JMATO' PLANTS FOR SALE Monday afternoon. m. Appropriate sermon and music ,

K.rida. Special, $1.75 per 1,000, I Gainesville, for Palm Sunday. t b'I.A'

It plants. F. F. Flume. flichat'dofPalatka. Wiill Special: meetings will be (" .f'
pepper ton

:3-15-tf,. spent Mrs.Sunday Emma with Mr. and Mrs. J,, employed Miss Louise by the Blair Western of Union,, ducted beginning by the Monday pastor next.each See 'on'l; Results 1 Of. ThinkingIJcneitH : H'' 1

\V. Morgan. several months In .
|i f VWBERRY FARMS I own will spend tice elsewhere In thin Issue.

a. -ouple of small farms near Try a Tom Sawyer Shirt for Starke.Mr. our members are urged to attend "Nothing I : I i" ,- ''J

pke> convenient to roads, your boy. Rest Made. J. 5!. Al and Mrs. Leon Frank and every erv;' a and bring others. I I from never wasting anything ; ,)

ls, churches, etc. Ideal Dependable Store. Junior a. P. .--. Sunday at '
varez. The Leon, Jr., of Jacksonvillewere was ever Tnade thatcouldn't I'' ; i
son clearly if .
'trawberries, pecans, truck- guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. 6:30: p. m. are emphasized we, asa : "
: poultry, etc. Wpuld( sell I !Mrs. J. 'V. Andrews. Jr., anil! Frank for the weekend.JustarrIvtdT S scientist would think about the matter 5 1 1
Tuesday in C. PHKHIIVTiitI.IN-: : i F :
:>nably and on terms, as my Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent I he, done :
M 1- is otherwise taken. E. W. | wonderful selection I consider condition
Jacksonville. A our fe "
lOa, m. Sunday school, J. M. possibilities i
i, (tax assessor), -- -- ------- of Humhmg/; Bird Hose, Indud'ug I 'oJ! ,
Montleth[ and Mrs. Truby. supt. worse and sold for of if I l
Starke'l Mrs. D.. A. those ultra-smart "Com "arriving" we are pru ,; I
Jacksonville 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon -
Paul Canova. visited shades. Stump's Department ..
plexion" "Make Christ ,'"
the dent.
!h by pastor.
[ RENT:- -- One nice Tuesday. f Store. King. less" I I :".,,,'' :
ilrs room near bath, $3.50w
I' ,
., house- Sweet Sally Lunn 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor I Just notice how who 1 '
'"k.! Also two light Try a pair of F. C. Cralghead, who has : I people save
Dr. : 1,1
W.Uaugherty. feet from 1 Lesson of Palm Sunday. Dorothy I 1 \
: floor. your time
; ng rooms on first and stop here for some 4
Shoes visiting:
: 3-16-21. aching. J. M. Alvarez, The Dependable been returned Washington, D. C.. last Lamb leader. We Deal Only ): regularly do succeed.Bradford : L' f
Store. 7:30 p. m. veiling worship, sermon I I, ,

KD- -Single, sober white Sunday.- -- and song. w'U: be held every In Quality I I I' II' I.J:,
services -
Petersburg Special
'::t hand regular work $18.00 Mrs. May Griggs: of Eloise Gerry returned to :
Dr. H
Mr week Sat-
and evening next except I
month and board. Two days the guest of Mr. Wisconsin on Wednes !
T F. Va.. Is Madison, urday. It Is hoped that every member Merchandise County Bank
Per month allowed. G. M. Inman. She expects to spend 1"1
day. of our congregation will arrange -
\1 t I
rrltt Lake Butler, Fla. Rt. 3, --- ot July In Starke.
t:' of Lake Butler, month 1 to attend these service I. I
183. It OrlflU Dradford County's Financial
| Mr. Jock .
business/ visitor In StarkeWednesday. ot Jacksonville [: preparatory to Easter. DeWITT C. JONES ;. :
Carl Selph
was a 1 !Mr.
.-':;" SALE :: 1927 Ford two- was a visitor Tuesday enroute to ,, Bartow -- -Necessary S fund. HAIUHVARK STARKE, FLA. 'ft' 1't.I.l:

de r sedan tf. D. Wainwright; O. A.SSecond store opened at Gainesville! to eo his ion, who U | raised for new addition at Holy'' I __ ] \
at Sinclair Service Station.It.. a student at the University. Trinity Episcopal church I II.I....=-=====--::.--=_ .:-- -- -----_- --_-.=- -_-. .'=-:::=====- = It

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i How to Raise Poultry "

Farmers & Farming By Dr. L. D. LrGear, V.S., St. Louit Mo t n I IOr. ,. -

.LeGnr U. craJt.he Ontario V
iliiiiiin Z.J li ':*Mock_:.d' ;::.':Eminentnthorlir Y I \ ..:

(By Agricultural:: Editor) : on poulirr.t>a M>Jck, ..Ien.> Nufonallyknown
pnultrr breeder. Noted ....hew.nd lecnjm.Article '. I

I Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute; Articles XIII I I I time both morning and evening II

of Farm Experiences and Methods Found ; VTHKTC'HINfi: \VI.ICillT ,, but I prefer to have them turned
Foil <;HKATIK: : 1'Cn VIIM: >
Our on at about 4:30: a. m. and let run
Suited to
Be Country fl
L'ro :: Ii until daylight. 1
i ."'llfIdal LlKbllnfC '')' Inrfcvt lnKlfiiKlIi
: I of IIenorklnij. nit>" Whatever system la used, be

Hrin/.r.. f.rrnUT KSTK: Pr "lu<.llcinnt sure that the light Is directed on /
TlmVIirn are
the scratching floor and It should .
1< <
IIIdlt.If be bright enough so the hens can I "1f' '''' .
BUILD NICE HALL see every particle of food material. : >. ".", !t< ,, ,
the bens of this country ever It will help considerably if the In-1' MI", .,

manage< to atari a union, there la terlors of arllflcally llgnted houses\' .- < .... -, "' ,
'':'A."tN"' "" '';'' .. ... ,_ "- .N
AT ST. JOHNS PARK I little doubt as to what will cause are whitewashed or painted white. I : .- (. ).-' t t...:'.. ..-':,.,.. '.7',' ,.'''''"' <

the first strike. The aver growing When electric 1'gats are titled ; 5......, '.,1 .tv PA .
practice! of using artificial lights. !Inhenhouses they not only require very little at ,; 1'. ,,.,. ,' ..t,:1' ';" '
( By I,. T. NI BLAND: l cannot fall to excite the I tention. but usually cost less to 11" ,'O? : >." "d'x>< :;. .-". ". OIVII SllS'lflnIVMI'i AII ""

Closer Spacing Is Ire of walking delegates and a demand operate than any other system. /.. 'f''r' 1i .
Farmers It J in often Maid will .
I for shorter hours In sure to I Furthermore, they may be BO arranged *-e course of a 8 '3 d'iy" .
H"t Htlrk together. However Secret of Success I Her )':c'd of milk during '.
toll ow. However that may be. | that lights are automatically II I
f.i:'im-rs in 1 Flagler county dJ11t/ amounted to 26306!> pound:
.I f there Is no denying the amazing switched on and off at the
agree/ that this Is f tbat farmers will KII'k.If they I In Peanut Growing ("ffecllveness of artificial: lighting I proper times-a wonderful con- pounds all previous records.

havo Homcthlng worth sticking tn I or turning on bright lights In poultry ven'ence. Although the value of i Her performance Is regard!

email In the houses to lengthen the day dur- artificial lighting may be question more remarkable because ott.iat
Ten years ago a group act
Bt Johns Park community decide' Gainesville, Fla -Florida farmers ng the fall and winter when the ed when electricity: cannot be had, I : no highly concentratedwere tooaiSi.

that there wan a need for a community who grow peanuts will have lays are short. If not Infrequently I think there Is no question but I used In Canary's ratlont I

hall where all could !gather their yields by closer spacing' than Increases the winter egg yield what It is of decided value If electric was fed exclusively on home er>.j

and further the spiritual. Intellectual by applying' fertilizer to the crop from 25 to SO per cent with a corresponding lighting la used. Certainly, unless I produce available on any Snsk icr,*.
farm, and was all!
and economic life of the Is the belief of \.. E. Stokes, agronomist increase in profits.It the cost of current is exhorbi- graze wan dairy in the lummei on nanv, ea M

commun'ty. of the Florida Experiment la doubtful whether lighting tant, a. t'dy profit is almost sure and alfalfa grui

An organization was formed called Station. Very little profit auses a material I increane, if any to result by boosting egg production A ftudy:! of breeding recorrt tin

the Community Improvement haN been returned from the use! of 'n a fowls total egg yield for the when prices are at their peak.FAIIMKKS.'VVIIO ; convinced Mr Hamilton thai, "itg

Asxociatlon! of St. Johns Park Col Fertilizer on peanuts in Florida, )ear. There Is no question, how ordinary good fortune In oreratif

ony. Along with Its program of States !\I r. Stokes. ever, about Its causing a decided : IIAISKOW.V : II Canary and h fr progeny the "nod
In a recent radio talk ncrease just when an Increase Is .tram: of this marvel should within
rural improvement this little over KI> AN: It KKKItHAVK
Btiirted a building fund to WIIUK !Mr. Stokes reviewed the results most profitable. There eeems to : MO.NKV I11.11': : fifteen or twenty:! years, be trnceablt
group In from SO to 79 per cent of all ihi
which old and young contributed of fertilizer experiments on I be some misconception about what pedigreed Holstein herd in lilt

In many different ways, such as by peanuts conducted by exper'meut artificial lighting really accomplishes :While I know that growing corn province.

giving plays, rou\ !lcalen, plcrilcn, I stations in nearby elates, and In aa such expressions an In Florida Is an expensive proposition :' It is believed furthermore (dial

e lllng refreshment, holding box learly every Instance It was found "making hens work overtime" will: I also am sure that more Canary. has not yet reached thi neat

parties, and so forth, hat very little or no profit was show.A Florida farmers could grow their of her production, but Is tlkelj to
Times were hard and contribution made by the use of fertilizer. In hen eats primarily to keep own food and feed crops to advan REOINA. SASK.-With a view toward the world's champion butterfat producer hang up new butterfat recordi in tbi
I Improving the dairy herds of Canary Korndyke Alcerta, afourearold years to come. American dairymen, ,
to the building fund were I I few canes slight were her own body In proper cond tlon. tage. It la folly to th'hk of raIsIng
western Canada,
the province of HolsteIn cow. It is reported, were prepared to oB"
of the I poured by t the addition of 200 Certain elements called carbohydrates
orteti. lima II. Still the sp'rlt corn as a money crop, but It Saskatchewan, through C. M Hamilton Canary established her right to the an Impressive sum for the wondn
community never faltered and after oundi of superphosphate per acre. go into the fatty portions of Is good sense to think of raising minuter of agriculture nas purchased title by producing 1080 pounds of cow when the provincial governu.eui

nearly nine years of patient Kxperlments conducted on the her body, other elements called It and other grain crops to provide i fcr the record price of 110,000., I butterfat .((1,310; pound* of butter) In anticipated their move. ..
watting enough money was accumulated illation farm near Ga'nesvllla and proteins make up the lean or muscular the food and feed needs of I -

to purchass a lot In the Iso a number of co-operative experiments tissues while mineral elements the farm. I I .

of the community and begin conducted on Jackson such as lime and calcium Raising Blueberries
center Farmers have a tendency to Guarding the Crossings Is i" "
building Several flj>UI duys were county farms support the reconvmendattons keep t the bony framework or (skeleton plant all or nearly all of their ,,f
the ot other states regardng in repair. When enough food Profitable In State I"Bui'
declared and the men
acreage in so-called money cropi, 7
Woman's Jcb
A 1
ground and worked on the build the UHO of fertilizer, Mr. Stokes has been eaten to take care of the and in case these money crops have ,. tlr

ing while the women prepared pcnlc ays. hen's body, any surplus if of the left _
bad the farmers are
a year, Florida State ,.,.. .
It Is believed that the College, Tallahassee .,, .
lunches and finally after ten the proper Ingred:ents, Is converted !In the hole Wh'le If they would '.

years of contlnuouu co-operative I use of land plaster or gypsum l la Into eggs. The carbohydrates plant enough food and feed crops \March 22, 1929.-That extensive
community necessary for best results with peanuts then become' the white the I'll1C'
effort, a handsome new egg to supply their own needs and blueberry culture in Flor

hall was erected.On but tests at the Florida station proteins become yolks and the then plant what money crops they [ 'dp. w'll; prove extremely profitable
Mrs. IluthBryan. for the past five do not minerals make the shell. Plaln-
the opening day up could handle they would at least In later years Is the opinion otDr.
Owen, congreBswoman from support thin bel'ef.! In announcing ''y, therefore, the more a hen eats not have to buy high priced feeds [ Merman Kurz ot the Botany'
district of this fact, Mr.! Stokes explains of the food In excess of it
the 4th congresitlonal/ proper department of Florida
with low priced money crops.! ? : State College iurSen
Florida an ad II re ll. Although 1 that the tests were made on the what In needed to ma.'ntaln a
gave for '
Women who
The Iowa farmer can grow corn recently has
; the building ha b en completed l Hume land for all of the period and healthy body, the more eggs she much more cheaply than can the i been assisting Mr. G. A Schultzeof

the co-operutlve effort con- It Keens possible that there maybe will lay. Of course this cannot Florida farmer but when the the United States department intiEl

t'nue'. for there ls a piano to pay some cumulative effect which is continue Indefinitely, aa there Is I Florida farmer pays freight on the of agriculture in locating species

for a new fireplace contemplated, harmful to the crop. It is possible I a natural limit to the hen's ability Iowa farmer's corn, the corn cos of this plant In the state.

and plans for a well-equipped that peanutn grown In rotation to consume and digest/: food him practically as much as I It M. Schuize has been sent into

stage are under wn). So It will might be Improved to some extent I Undenttandlng this theory of egg would have cost had he grown I It the Southern states by the govern

be sometime before all things considered I by the use of a small amount ot production makes It much easier to on his own farm. ment to make a study of the blue

iieceHBury ore added to thin this material. comprehend what artificial I'ght- The farmer who has corn In his berry and ascertain the possibility

community building I I| Wt> have gotten larger yields Ing really does and how. Naturally own crib and meat In his own of Its cultivation and hybridationMr. .

The people of Bt. Johns Park I I from close ppacing of peanuts-than after daylight is over the hen smokehouse Is generally; the one Schuize has found opecles of -

feel a Just pride In their new hall ''we have from any fertilizer, lime can no longer see her scratch who has money in the bank. At the blueberry that were new to "'" ",
have 'ontrlbut-I or land plaster treatment yet tried, and mashes. Having no Incentive
towards which all ( grains a farmers' meeting in one of the him and he believes that the prospects
ed a share and It U hoped (bat this I says !Mr.\ Stokes. In this close for exercising she 'does the cotton states, the speaker asked al1 of cultivating the plant here

building will In future, as It has In |spacing! for Increased yields all of only other thing she can do, goes! of those who had corn In their on a commercial scale are bright.

the past, continue to be the center the experiment stations In the peanut to sleep. What artificial Illum-na cribs to stand up. Twelve men Mr. Schulza at the present time

around which the sp'rlt': of cooperation I belt, and many of the farmers tlon does therefore, la to provide stood. Then he asked those who l Is undertaking to identify the various .

and unselfish service to thecommunity are agreed he adds. By close light so the hen can eat and exercise had meat in their own smokehouse species growing wild In the
will and become tpaclng he means that Spanish peanuts before natural daylight comes.
grow; to stand. The same 12 men stood state and to determine how many

deep rooted, and spread to wider should be planted In rows not More feeding naturally means Then he asked those who had of them give promise of cultiva '.. ...
over 2 or 2 1-2 feet wide and 3 to If the right materials .
fields. eggs .
tion. The establishment of "
money In the bank to Again a government ';:. .' ,'
;>< : ;,.' ", <' .
6 Inches In the drill. Runner peanuts art> supplied. Furthermore, there < '. : :.
Rtatlon in the :
stood. experiment
the same 12 men ?! .
If planted solid should be In Is doubtless some truth in the !\' : ; g.V; .". "
If we would have money in the southeastern part ot the United ik ."" .': <" !
-- 2 1-2 foot and 6 to 12 Inches that the hen has inherited .
rowa theory
: raise States for the of < '
bank a good plan Is to our purpose ImprovIng ..: :"' .. '. .. 1
Y: ,
tn the drill, he concluded. from the original tropical ari- < .
CHIPSr'a1 I the already existing wild ',
1 own food and feed crops. species 'f" i< Mali
cetors a digestive system that Is may follow his Investigation. :. ... :.'. i.'
HINTS TO IIOl'HKWIVKS: tuned! to days and nights of equallength' FIIIK: ItAMAUKM: I3.OOO.OOOAfUKH Cultivation o t blaeberr'es: In ;
In the tropics: where domestic :!
has been selected Florida has already met with considerable ,
and L
fowls originated, days
the flower In Jefferson <'"I''* of Hilvprwnrc success and profit to pioneers -
as and county each club member has To Remove Strains and DIscoloratlons. nights are naturally about equal. Tallahassee, March 13.--Over In the Industry, but as yet Guarding a railroad crossing is nature and their training to look wl: ,

county .- Methods recommended In temperate regions, however 15,000 fires burned over 13,000'00 ,- nothing systematic has been done woman Job. according to Ulas for children and old people-and Dill| I

greed to plant some. for cleaning discolored silver are days much shorter during fall and Oacres of Florida land Iti 1927, to Improve the berry In size flavor,, Minnie Palk who for more than a too. It's been our Job since brim 4JM lit I I

winter than nights so that fowls according to II. N. Wheeler of the and number. Mr. Schuize believes down year has been the watchman the flood. That's one reason .s'l' ,
boiling In Buds or In water con irs
of Okaloosa county are at the
Farmers not enjoyingthe' advantages of artificial United States Forest Service who' crossing of the Chicago women are''quicker to act In dln,1 J !| .
alum that with the establishment r or
showing more Interest In home taining soda, sal soda, cream endure North Western Railway and Park than moat men. Tou have to *'| !
forced to
of tartar, borax or lye rub light are spoke on "Forest Conservation In of an experimental station in the Street. Glen Ellyn. .re"f
mixing of fertilizers and the higher or a Chicago suburb quick when If* your business to u"|
between "
grades reports It. 3. Hart county bing with dry salt, whiting, grated unnaturally long waits Florida. at Florida State College I South, the southern berry might She began work during the war when care of people.1* I On nipI
potatoes or solutions of sulphuric feed'ng'! times. The use of proper for Women recently. I be Improved as the northern variety women were taking strange new positions Minnie Fa 111. who came to lilt I

agent acid, Milorlde or lime alum, or lighting therefore accomplishes a This annual destruction by fire, has been which tn some Instances to release men for duty at the United State from Germany "nil| 'tic

that- need n cream of tartar. two-fold result. It lengthens the accord'ng: to Mr. Wheeler has resulted has been produced almost front. She la a stern severe looking she was' sixteen year* old. wAI < ,,, t
Believing prisoners I effective feeding time so fowls can 10,000- woman whowaate* little time on trained for brIO*!!
In approximately nurse a long time '
If Inch In t
better outlook on life, the I people To Poll Tarnished Silver.! an. words. She say that "l p'
people her i
and own the war and work for
nourishing went to
take more egg- 000 idle acres. of what was once "I
the tlio silver U much tarnished, boll The experimentation that has age think aha u a
of Citrus county have repaired stubborn and unreasonable North n 1'*lIt
Western when her
also eliminates
lawn and otherwlxe beautified the for II vo minutes In water containing making foods and it fertile soil In Floridir, with decreased been done in the North will be because she will not let necessary for her to give up aUII'| light
of die
effects t
grounds around the county jail. a mixture of t'qual parts of !! the dlaturb'ng growth and decreased pay of value in the work here, Air.Scbulzo them cross the track in front of a Ing Watching a croaalng was an oui I lue>, fir

cream of tartar, common Halt, and over long waits between feedings. rolls as the re ult. Thousands of believes and the experimental train and get killed. door job and she brought to It all *| 'urhhepr
Toilve/: best results nooses acres of forest lands are going "My ordershe *ays: "are to life JbI
In Nassau County AT women and alum using 1 tea poflllful of each process will perhaps be tect pro vigilant guarding of human |
should be lighted as brightly as because their live*, not to make friend I Df!
back to the state annually her profession had Intensified m
l 66 l girls have entered the all-year to 1 pint of water shorter, BO that profitable pro- with them. Children I Ion
by day. For this purpose, of and are much easier The work Is harder wheD JIll
they are of lack fertility general than
Or strong solution of washIng duct'on! can be sooner realized. I'ayer
garden contest upoiiHored by the UHO a I. They do what you tell them. "
electric lights are!! so far superior losses due to fires with consequent They began. Aa many automobiles P"B
| mds
state home domnstrutlou depart soda, 2 teaspoonfirfg to 1 quart Sven at the presert time It Is don't want to be ground under the her 8111I i iht
I hesitate crossing now In minute :
to all other kinds that decreased production Mr.; Wheeler well known that farmers have wheel of a locomotive s
of water. and when' I KM!' "
ment. day ten but she ,
I year
else ago
Or put 1 tableBpoonfal\ of borax even to suggest that anything; said. gone into the woods and trans- ay ',top: they atop But old people clear of both motor and pedcsir wn rI ,
can: bo used. I IT n number ot cases Mr. Wheeler called attention to know too much. They know I II!
entomology department of or pntanh lye In 2 quarta of water ilanted the wild plants for culture all about for the suburban trains and fly"! tlI
The farmers not close to regular' electric the Florida forest service new how to beat a train across
a the
Plant Ilourd now has a put In the sliver and boll live mln- profitably, even without sufficient They know tracks Her own determined personally! "I I).
the State : lines have Installed Indlvfdualllgltt department of the state govern how. but they don't set hind cru'
her make her Jaafe
Tour knowledge often to enable stop sign !P
or longer If necessary.
ute8. 'I
limed a chance
of vedalla, an to do It [
good; supply plants and soon paid for ment which Is less than one year on my crossing for cars and pedestrians si1"!
In the fhc .
tile control off the liquid rln** the silver hem to Identify plant, Instances Women make atiat
useful In better
which l U
very out of their Increased profits. and crossing "Women." he firmly "art | !
rolling water and poCsh.: This them old, as having signed up being common where oth- watchmen than men say* tl
ot cottony cushion scale. Colonies 18 lit feel because at.s thjir ter watch than "
houses, to dog men.
In ordinary placed under protectionapproxi in at
to method will be found n quick and ; e..r plants .unrelated to.. the blueberry !.
of those insects are sent growers BO-wntt bulb every ten l tile
of forest
to cleanse a cemmnnlon deep one I mutelY 700.000 acres family have been planted I Proposals for ..
a I
easy way new '
for one dollar per colony. In Bendiug feel Is sumclent.! but In deeper land. Seven Ire( towers nave been green fruit ed by State Treasurer W. V I Knot ew .
\et or other set ot numerous under the belief that they were law '
in for vedalla it la Important providing severe iat hfKver '
requests hollYf's a double row la needed. erected Are fighting crews appointed penalties and The monthly report of the trell|
wild blueberries. Th fuller f
of the 1)lrrell $I()(
to send a Bpecimen The most favored time to light/: and fifty miles ot telephone : effective enforcement methods, and lb'
To Polish Tarnished! Silver. nowledge growing out of the gov- also urer made public showed that Jlln .
arnlo for Identification.VKVF fe about 4:30 a. m. and" the tine constructed*, he sa'.d, putting the Florida citrus
up In
After boiling- tarnlmhed silver. If 'rnment work here will doubt- end of February the treason rf
lights are allowed to remain on resulting In a loss of less than one spection service on an Improved ''I f the
with oracr :
nere sary apply a sponge ess 'Increas many fold the prof- .5.056,219.17, compared
moistened until natural daylight reaches full per cent in these protected areas. basis were drafted Saturday and *3 en ""
powdered whiting ,Ita already derived from this 882,184.98. or an increasetj
: with sweet oil alcohol Hub over strength. There Is. however a Half the cost of such protection is tonecr work. Sunday at meetings In Orlando and 119403421. () eve

[ \ t'AKSIFollowing 1'J10( (t.UI. the articles thoroughly with this growing tendency to light up from borne by the state and federal governments a W.nter Haven sponsored by the Jot> as

ind allow It to dry on. Afterwards 6 ix. m. to full daylight and again and the other half by Alachua County raises cabbage Green FruIt' Committee of the Frultland Park.Citizen's -r, )Den'and n ,It
In .evenrng until 6 to 7 a. m. for local and Florida Citrus Growers *10
property owners. northern markets I
Is a list ot farm talks rub It off with a soft cloth and Clearing Storage Company's new e'J d,
be broadcast: over station WUUF pollxh with chamois leather. Thfs provide* a 12 to 13 hour day He said that great damage ta and In order to stimulate the local House Association. 000 plant opened. 1 e \.sh
to and Is undoubtedly more convenient being done to the state's famous markets demonstrations! ot < .,
the auspices of the agricultural Or use prepared chuflt and alco many An Increase "in Construction will start lmme lj 'out
carved ) when automatic control of wild flowers through the annual I ways in which to cook cabbage the Florida ately by of pal' tI' n
Extension Division for the hol. If the articles! are!! or state Treasury Phlpps Interests 'f
week ending March 27. The farm rcugV. use a soft bristle brush to lights! Is not, possible. Whether, or burning: off of the landscapes, and I and make It Into sauer kraut of over a million balance last month Beach on two-story building cOl'I '
: not the latter time U as effective Is dollars l Is I Ito
that such practices destroying wore made last week. Prizes report- InK
Is g'.ven; at 7 p.' m. The remove tUv: vtccribor.Or. were $25.000 at Lake Worth.'n
program a* the other can only bo decided the scenic beauty of the country given for the biggest -
tarnished cabbage and
wave length ot WUUF l ID 204 me If silver l Is badly tin
moisten whiting with nmmonia, by further experiment side.Mr. banks and business houses aided 1m |>ny hnr

ters.Mar, 23.--Better Pastures for or polish with a cloth dipped In When the lights are turned on, Wheeler praised the tree- the home demonstration agents '"alt

Florida. C. H. Enlow, assistant agronomist ummon'a water or In a mixture ot the hens Jump down from the planting program of the Florida In bringing cabbage to the attention rti

forage crop* oince, U. S. 1 teaapoonful ot ammonia water roosU and begin eating the food forest service and the enterprise of the people. | JR. DAVIS & CO.
that has been drinking
P. A, and. 10 teaspoonfuls of vinegar. of the state tu establishing at Ral- ;
Mar. 25-Some Facts( About But use the ammonia with caution and often laying before dnyltgbt. ford a nursery to raise seedlings Florida wilt entertain another -\ in
Some poultrymen use lights for a for prospective planters. prominent visitor In the ot
Man on'* fye'"orm of Poultry. as It tends to dull the luster person

Dr. D. A, SanderB. assistant vet ot the finest sliver. after boiling, take a piece of raw j I-eke Worth,-. Plans discussed Vice President Charles Curtis who INSURANCEAGENCY
Florida Experiment Station Or use whiting moistened with I arrived at the home of Mr. and
erinarian, potato dipped In common baking by Carl Vogel Post American Legion
I \Mrs. A. D. Laiker
vinegar.Or soda. Monday for a
Florida's polish with flannel dipped In for developement of athletic j visit of several weeks. Vice PresIdent HerClu
27 Protecting
Mar Or dissolve 1 tablespoonful of fl.ld and construction ot steel and ESTABLISHED 1886
M. Sterns kerosene and afterwards In drj, Curtis I is in Florida for a
Birds, \Mrs. Spencer alum and I ounce ot hard white concrete stadium with modern j
president! ot Women's Clubs High whiting.Or soap In 1 pint of water and apply qulprmmt. Cost will be $40,000 e- rest and he win probably spend Spa Da,

Spring, Florida. to remove stains that remain by rubbing. to 150.000 ? {] his Florid time climate fishing while and enjoying here. the I STARKE FLA. > sror

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,]: played last Friday, were postponed 'Ion HKOI.
al l
dianR ie' ''h"I",' ."O-- O. W. irinxon, M'I
BRADFORD I until Monday because of a wet The Riders of the c :'PI'I I Snlllviin.. ctaiitl| Sullivan
For sinrkf' ,--Krcd) Hrott A. J.
court.I ThnniBB. J. K. KIcHllter.For .
I To Make Two Unusual Expeditions in 1029 Lawlo31.-J. I.,. Harrell. J. ft.
Moore, JiniieH. Koivler
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL Coach Kay snapped a few plc- For Ur..ok Ivn-J. P. t'a I lrlnr. Jr. H. C. llelbvrKer.
of the Tornado and Whirlwind -
I tures
For K..lly-J. U Underhlll, Brltt
squads with his trusty kodak. Alvurvs, Joe Johnnon. ",
For an.ierIllt-i.1 u Conner Ker-:
(HW { :\ lani Friday. Members of the team J. by ('....w., Sum Whlt..h.ad. -
II. II. H. ) ,0' For iIt'IlijrcuinL>. Uruen, Drew '
will probably be able to obtainas : % llcitillMh Walter Cl..monH.

many of ther: pictures as de For nl..lnK-.a..y.. Lt>wla Harl.r
The B. H. S. 4 _Tk :Millet: l.oniilH, Crawford.For .
sired. n nKhlp was ; S (.'airman John Trevntt. L
: fr
\ \ r For itrokcu'-.J. J. Morgan R lIt.Ilasen
lass quintet George Inman. popular sophomore .i .loltwlre Col..on.H. '
won was discovered to have the --'S S $ 1'i' *c D. !MAY,
graduates[ \ e'i" i..glal''rma"
distinction of being the champion '
A. J. milFPIS,
from the mon y-maker of the high school. '- \ 0 : 5' "r r Sin-rotary. 3-Z2-5t-4-l .

fn the final George has a beautiful strawberry .
%UTH'I') '
.-8 tournament. I patch, which has yielded him as- '

finally renewed a tonishingly large profits last week. In the Court or th. 'ounty Judit

jlo J being the III and for Bradford County, $tai is uf 'j
Attired the laurels (,11.\1'1:1.: T.\Mi"(.IVKVUY 1.'Io"'hl".
last year. ( : It i-; H.VYMOX1) Y

I\I ,:-hampIonshIp ". 's _. a N T T. Mitch hitch,, also known as Nelson -

Jilor --'lana as they The student-body was nga'n; I)et'.avti, S '

val for the favored with a talk by Rev. Uay- TO nil iTccllloi'M I I teirateen, illntrllniU't .. ,' /'
IK ; I >H, nml i nil I I ,ueiHonn. ha.ihiriliilniH t
ft gh sextet mond In last ThursdaYs chapel ex '__- I I ur UftmiiHlM airnluftt said. ,

ju'iille (the girls ercises. Hev. Raymond spoke on (c rl4L QI.DfaS' ..Illlo : 1
s't \ Y.ti" anil etu-h nt you, nrp h er''toy I''
In or less a value of prayer and the bible, and i lN4z.s; notified I :lid 1 'i'I'l u I r.I to pri-Mt'lit: uiiy: j

(the final Its relation: with young people of t 5't t\ tlui i rum 'rca 4 d'I1I.I.. whl"'l I you ,.r
jepi, pit i her of you, mnv Sin ti. ,tgal list' th..
1111'" the boys today. t xHliite of N. T. Itrrrtl I. .Irn-iiN., ,1, .
successful. -- "A hi ,t"'n..", IwinK I HUl1hlInu', I s
t ilrii' t IMA Y I.KT: KKATl'UKHASSKMHKY: :! known nml t morn fullv i it ileniM-llit I l a*
lln the final tilt MUHiU.VM :M'U.SON; "'. III I \11.I lute. of lli-u ll'--ril f

1. -hamplon :: | $4 : dit-t.ra County;l :: ,,. V.l-'liirldn:ilartllner: ", In t tho tVuinty 1 :lonc-rnM.Juilne' : .

Ll(I the most "The ; of UrniKiii-il. Counlv. nt his 01111III
A playlet by Will Rogers I hi- t'fiunty, ('nu ut ii..tue* I In. stucklirnilfuril -', :
U., .>d on the Dinner" was given In the audi- <'oiinly, Khirlila, wlililn u t
lirton The ( moil HIM from, the tluto of the flmtpiilillrntIon
Jm I the torium at assembly last Wednes I I I hereof. All datum I HniltloniiinitH I
naled day. The skit: a burlesque concerning not I'| rt-nf nteil within the
fnlor, high team time nml In I the nmnner iireMrrlbed .
Mrs. -
President and lu-rrln shall lie burred aa pruvlUtiit .
I.S victory gave and. Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge >y law.I .
Ird scrap. They I lilted 1 :Mnrrh. 8, A. P. l 2t.Til I ,
given by Lena Belle Shepard. NA1'lc\N.\T.\ '
Jar was .. i 1-3 AT1.ANTU" HANK
to even
boys Estelle Kendrick, Elmer McMillan OK .1.I.\I'KI'ION\II.I.I.J.: lOxec-utor' '
1st quarter and ,) of the I.nnt Will I nml THHtameiit. o( 't-
and Bill Duncan. /. N. 'lItltrh, Hl.o known aa Nel-
licky, fight S \. Mull T. JtlU'li.
Se seniors whose : 1IONOII HOI.I.-F..TII MONTH '\ ,.. ., 1''' iiyv.. o. nonzRit. '
j.1t, : J-a-Ot-5-3.) im Vice 1-i-enldent ,
ially the same as

llglnat Bradford Low first grade: Burch Hart,'Joe ,.,..."'.lJ:: :..., ..... ...' N inlet OK El".*.. UI'UII.\lIU- Mt

fched an U. C. Bagwell. Margaret __ _
Hicks. If .V'"ONO' .G ".
rrled them to a F. C. Atkinson, Margaret TITC" Hlnty diiyii after data hereof on .

llf Lowry teacher. m.._ "- _. u..L.__ ___ ____ ...__ _. .L .. ... _. to-wlt I h.. let iliiy of May, till! ). I '
and In spite Pearce. Miss Olive Ray Lioven or me great outdoors. purtlcularly expedition' are Biinaow Lass, underMt. travelling vm iiorse iniei CreeL the tindomlKiiPil. Kxerutrl* of the

fcirdy, opposition First grade A: Jewell Fogg horseback riders, will be Interested Ball; Twin Lakes. famous for their A trip Into the depths of tho mountains 'I.imt Will mid TeKtiinient.' of the KHtiile C

In HlKK'nbotham.: Iva Sapp to learn that the Trail Rider fishing. and beautiful Egypt Lakes. such as Is afforded by these i of Jsi mae I I'. 1'hllllpH.i i I I dereiiMett, II
Margaret will Present Vouchers and Him I
Iva McDonnell Mae Slade Coy Simmons. of the Canadian Rockies an organization The second ride will be a 17-dnys' excursIon Trail Riders' expeditions provides a | to the my lloniiruhlo 0..0. A. "

ouidered Allle teacher. Including artists and cowboys from Lake Louise-gem of tho most enjoyable way of visiting beautiful ( Ini-dlnvr' t'oiinty Jmlite of llrndford. J!
the Jessie nicks. Mrs. Ullch. authors and Indians. packers. scientists Rockies-to the Columbia Ice Fields spots which would otherwise be ,I'ollnlf' Fliirltla, and auk for his npua 1\

1 k, Canova and Low 2nd A and first B: Lamar and others, are planning two This ride will be limited to 20 perSons Inaccessible. Such a rldo takei one and my "I..charle nuitinciMiuiic .
,!\' 14 ponts: and Edwards Betty Lee Kruse Elaine trail rides through the Canadian exclusive of guides and will be far off the beaten track of the ordinary Thiii hot tiny of :Beech 1929. J ,

L 6 poinls. Edwards, Mildred Williams. Miss Rockies for the summer of 1920 Tb. open only to those having at least 100 vacationist or tourist and the IX1U ANNA (IHIFFia I .

id I Ciarald Cox Fredrlka Struth, te cher. nrst will be a four days' circuitous miles of trail riding In the Canadian mountain pony, mountain bred. foolproof !:t-9t-4-2d, _l'xecutrit", !i'.

> good work both : Second grade: Louise Sullivan. jaunt leaving Bonrt. Alberta famous Rockies to their credit. untiring, can bo ridden by prac- 'IITU'.J II' IN'I' .i\'l: 'lllTO' \I'I'IVi J\\ '
Ifense Jane Judd, resort in the heart of the Rockies. Last summer this heterogeneous tically anyone whether or not he or, 1,1511 .':<' Ci. 1.1..1.: fi-io"i ",
work is Llll'nu: Mosely. Mary Era August 1. to Castle Mountain Bunga. band of horse-lovers and devotees of she has ever before been on a horse FOIl lilt \lll<<0llll C lsi'Is' .j"1f

Jnotlng. Nolan Clara Flume. Nettle Howling low Cump, travelling via Heal; Creek outdoor life mndo a long expedition Fifty miles or more of trail riding in FI.OIIIII V : \

fiiti'i, furnished( Edwards. Mary Harriet Bishop Ida Sunshine Valley and Simpson Pass from Thinly to the Lake of tin Hanging the Canadian Rockies qualifies one \ r '
Not ice In heri'bv irlvrtn to all whomIt
bils from near Mae Andrews Docla Smith, A. Z..dkins Other places to be visited during title Glaciers In British Columbia. for membership In the oigoulzatloii.Ithmlu may n>'nr..irn that Iho ,"I'rHIM'n'd ., \\i

,? hoollng of Jr. Leon Leach. Joe Hlg- -..---- -- .---- ___________u_______ \\ :Iii hav" iifpiutrril:: : ami ri'iiutmt:::' theuuiMluIra .', I "
McKay of Hiolal| I l.cRlKliil I Ion fi.r .
ark sophomore Einbotham. Inman Green K. Watteron and Mra. ]Kmma I the week-end In Graham, with Zolgier Sunday, nfleinoon. the iMHintv' or Itrailford. I'II..I..r '
liture of the Johnson. Miss Elhel Griffin teach- Florida, at the Ivwnlar MIKOII| of tlilevlMlaliirt ., ,I l'j
Bishop at I Hotel Hamilton hut Sun Quite u large audience enjoyed
friends and I'elallvell.111. I $i etC of Florldn In 11 1 1I
iurnnmenl, At t'l. day. ,sormoim, preached{ by Itov. Hay- I HUH, :., a bill'tthi.: I'' I .., ratify amiconllrm ,:: 'j'. ,
ii scored 10 Third grade: Billy Long \ Kulford Crawford was transacting any mid nil act* and "h..tii.cs" ,
Pun !
Saturday and Sunday nights
Brown. Mrs. V. A. Scott and daughter-/ Fri" man of lh.* Hoard. of County ('mninlHNloiturx ,. ", '
Beulah business In Starke lust
Inter h'gh lilt; Frances Lee Peek. in-lnw M is.Vii! her Siott' were I the at Hope llaptlHt church. of llniilfnrd, County. Florida In ; i ill :
J Elmer McMillan, Miss Madge MUldleton: teacher. day. We regret to report t that Mrs.I j. i'tKardM, I ti> tho tiulldliiK of an tidil. '.. 1 t '
/ '
guests of Mrs.Vm.. Hammerer thin i
I of
Alverez lion to and ri'imlr Iliu Coiinly :
t! enterprising ) Fourth grade: Virginia week. Misses Jewell and Ola Uae Cox of P. Dickinson I and ch'ldren are very lull In Htarko, Hradford Courii, ', ,,' _
high pont'! Bagwell Irene Prevail. Florida. nnd to IcKallitt.. ratify tiixlI'onllrm ". I
}i, was r d ward ill at I his writing.MlBHes .
Mr. Joseph Mosely! and family LarroHHe hero I lantSunday. : ,I'
Don St'lley.' were vlslt'ng I Iho fontriu'llnm' therefor hy > 1
lurnament with a I Sloan, Martha Slade. of Jacksonville were the Kiiehti 01 .1 ii no and Grace Ailkliw MM III IlKiiid, ..r i County CommlMHlfin. i i i'. '
Gussle !Mae Bennett teacher., with J. T. (Jiilirley and L. A. l iui\' i-, ;
of !Minnow
Miss Hampton visiting
Silcox, Mr. Moseley's parents, Mr. and were '....I.'lI.I"! ..'... doinir, hiiHtmtHM. an (4villiv .. > ,
Fannie Mr. and Mrs (I. II. folium and\ ] '
:I Fifth grade: Mrs. .1. W. MoHely. Uliocla and !Until I ZdRlor SundayHfU'limon. and ItuvlH on .","""rv 7th A. 1).
Janie Woodard. Miss Eunice 'lon, Reside, and MI I lss Loutne( Caraway 1H2U) I and I to lc rI all.H. ratify and > >-
C'n plain ]Mofiely and family olRaiford I firm I : :III:* Inftiiniire: ; of :ci.rtltlrMteM: : :>nhidoMiMliivHN F
)Knrllonilnach : ,
Perkins teacher. were- visiting at TIle ri-oi'iit rain! d'd little '
were visiting friends nn< very .. In tliu Hum of '411"0.1)1)w"II'h )
Sixth grade: Anne Murrhee.. Tn "fdriy.Mr. : damage to tho In our BITHon. I..."... Ii'''l'''i f.fi.is or may. h.p r.'- F
Helen relatives: here last Sunday. crop aftor b.. I iBHiiud by I hi- mild lMin.nl of I _ _
/ Louise Kite Alma Thornton Rev. Taylor pastor of the ]FlrsiBuptlxl and 1111'11.yun and dau/th- t County ConimlHHliuini'M of HrmlfordCounty ''i.'
Miss Minnie Umber, tom, of Hampton passed: through Florida utidvr and by virtue
/ ///// Mersereau. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan/ of
'i J church of Graham, filled I here lust Suniliiy.Mi of ..11111 contrart.. I I 4
teacher. his appo'nlmcnt there Inst Sunday I lliirnpton spoilt the weok-ond herewith l.tlAUII III' COUNTY COMMISMIOM'IIM -
Seventh grade: Lois Adkins. ', and Mrs. Guy I 1'lnholster her son Mr. A. L. Sulllvnr : ": OF IIUA I llh'OHl) ,
S.It. Mrs. Milton Black of Green Cove (.1 )LINTY, Fl.olllKA. ;
\ Kitty Housed. and(! baby, of Jacksonville spent
Bunnle Canova and family.
I 0'i Springs Is spending thin week withfriends liy J. II. (CHMWH:
Johns Lois Long IClena Prath- town. Sunday: here with friends and rula- Misses Willlo Mae and Oke:' HIii- Its Clialrmait.ATTKRT ... ', '
In our ,
Prevail : ; 'tI"1
I Margaret llvuit.
or: Sinclair Peek -- S son stud !Until Dennlson were visiting O. W. AI.HKHMAN
Dorothy Swanbom. I Mrs. CKff: Andrews of Jacksonville Misses Margaret and Coletta ('I..rk. I
L ri- .. ........f Imtvd tills Marili 41 Ii. A II. 1029.OTH f,.
-___ .- --..-- Eighth grade: Mary Brownlee 4 S .. ) )... who has ]been spend ng soinp Turner Sunday; afternoon. 1L1t:1!! b. '

'........,; lyja by liusie Lucille Edwards!! Hope Haynes : Z1FF tIne hero returned, :Jionte last Wednefday. Mltm Mantle Mender and MI' J. -' -- I .
> II OF lUM'llIU1M
LouIseIart'otte.! ,
Joyce Mast H Dickinson) were! visitors! to 1 Key-
Bernice Bradley, C Mil. O|>ul Lewis, 'or. Misses Geneva Harrell JewellConerly
grade: "' afternoon.
Ninth S Mtono I Heights Sunday Totl te hum.. It Mnr C'onrerntNotlcv '
Patsy Brlnson Louise Edwards, .........G......,....... Luhedla ['In holster JUK Mrs. Martha Norton of Clcurwu- In. IM. hereby ...1 V"., IhAt I I',

Many player' plune Chesser! and Florence Wardwere family dlmll, on VVf-dncH.lay HIM 10th day" ,
Stump. tcr Is visiting her brother and .
Evelyn Services were held at Hock cf Aurll, A. r). lr2n.:!! liefors 111ft 11 morabla i
%irti d at holding: lad Ouy Andrew..MIIton visiting In Hturke Sunday. ,\ 011. "In" County: ,
Tenth grade: here. fleorire A. tI
'.1 1 ITC.iks! with ood 1 Saturday and Sunday, by the pua- 4 4I
Alice Fernandez.Ulchard Mrs. \V. M. Harrell and daughter and Ozrnn J I ml ITU of I irii.1 Curt County. I'lurldo.Ht ]
Brownlee Misses Lorena Green
d I be tor Elder of Lnerome. hll"..... In .
always one i iI Moody I hlx oinc, I III til* rourt _ _
11 I b tier training to ( Long Gary Overstreet. Mrs. I. W. Uynl and little daughter Geneva Hurrell were business, Zullna Waters Grade Green uutdMi' he City of "Mtark. Florida/ pi-MM..nttny q.' _
Sllcox. Rachael Sllcox, visitors to Alachua Tuesday after- Russell Green of llrooker I IInlll) I ri-turiiM nnd make application .. jI
< c irU( than to w in Muriel : Maran! of Graham spent several for llrutl dlnohartro an mlmlnlHtmtoi _
ii different playing. ( Ruth Williams, Bill Wainwright. days of last week here with noon. were vln'tlug: Miss! Hilda Sullivan of Ihe entitle of Hl'iha.'il. hey ,
'uj rs in the country : Eleventh; grade: Louise Hayes Mr. Vern Hobors was a business Sunday evening and 1 attelidielchuuii' White, doc"un *fl.UKOIltlK. ___________
Mrs. Dyal'B parents, Mr. Mrs. C. WHITR 1 _
11 to the fact that Eva Marcotte. Edna. Stansbury. S.V.r Lewis. visitor to Starke Tuesday. Ii lOre) Sunday ii Ighit.Mr. 3. .-flf.4.l_ .| Administrator _
['"lrS he played Hazel ,.Underhlhl.Twelfth Miss Carrie Hell I Dukes Is visitIng and! ,
Sponholtz. and, Mru. A. L. Phillips ,
|"or cards anl was Lester Canova Mr. and Mrs. n. B. Thomas and and relatives at Cross '"'1"11-) ; _ _
Nolan friends
: visitors to
grade Otlimu wero .
son, ,
ff so to learn how ; [ "I'ttle daughter, Hazel, spent last -
'i : Willie Mae )Hlnaon( Dorothy Sapp Sunday at Fairbanks with Mrs. City this week. I Hampton KnUiril.iy! afternoon. In Clrc-ult Court ...Twenty-Sixth' r I _

[ On the other hand Edna Strickland. Thomas' mother Mrs. K Howard. Mr. A. L. Greene and son Leslie ; !Mr. and Mrs. T F. Hrontou nnd Idol Circuit UI'II\fO"\ County -
In :
1 Florida.
II) hold good l ( I -- Mr. and Mrs. \V Hunter and gnu, were business visitors to Jacksonville son, Kmery and I\1IKH Kathryn Ira C. llardner Chancery., ;] .

''II l U uning!! to play ......... Friday.: Wt>est. and Gordon VVeext were visiting Complalnu, "I
.... relatives.
i'' the big' holders 1 I........... .. [Ira, spent Sunday herewith Miss Leery Fogg of Graham, Mrs. IlroiiHon's sister Mrs. v... ; ")
John 'r. hutton t Al. '
'"st players, so if your : Sunday afternoon her the SulllvulI'ano : (
: HAMPTON Those who attended church here spent A. L. family Sunday. Verendant. I _
> iel and have to ,
t light! and you main to Ml .... Ad. lmm... r.... .. from Brooker were: Mr. and Mrs.L. guest of Miss' MurrM Taylor.Fairbanks 'Itev. I Huyiiiini, MlHHes ]Ktilit: and It the appearliiMT bill II led by In affidavit the above appendedto ""u... ", ;',\ "; _

t discouraged. You I ... It. Galney and daughter Miss Miss Ellen Howard of Clara Swindell Meswrs. Jainei that It !I. hvllaveil. by complainant' ,,'I
....... ,
....... friends and relatives! .
"ne fine points of the : Lola, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. (Galney IB visiting Tried and Jimmie Swindell were that Will Ilanlk, one of the d fiMl- _
L. Cook !Have here. I ant. named In mild, cause, In a non ', f
")tu luck turns you will Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Millie Galney and Mr. and visiting: III l Keystone Heights Sunday renldent or clllxen of the Htjite ofFlorida .'
lie advantage o who arrived here MU Ruby Kelley' of Zlff spent J .
proper afternoon. i'I.
a new !Mrs. L. L. Morgan and son, Clar ; That bin lint known *<
Here is another I 17th. Sunday here the guest of Miss ZuUna .. reNa ...... 110\1\ I.1..h... mtr...l. Mouth J.
March -
llayer who thinks he assistant postmaster ence.Mr. \.....aten.Mr. MOW: I'AMMKMiUK: ; SfllKOUMM: : I fl nd, I.ml. la im:-I I hut: ho In;; ovr;Tvvuntyon : '
) mils in the world. The lien Haynes. Allen Green and son Roy business nee 30th yearn of eve; that. th..r. I Ie ;
Beginning Sunday ,
A. L. Green was a -
a i held in a social at Winter Haven accompaniedby and daughter, M'HS! (Grade were In no pTxon lit Uio Htat of Klurliln.known ;;
his wife and daughter Miss visitors to Starke Monday( Seaboard Hallway schedules for to romiiliilnant service of a t i.t
wn near t'hiladelpnict :our section Sunday.Mr. Subpoena upon whom would bind too 1
llearu! 7, 5, 3, 2 Martha. spent the week-end with and Mrs. J. W. Lewis were -- Starke were posted an fololws: .ui.I l d..tl'n.lI.nt.! f ,

Clubs 5,3, 2 his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O.Haynes. attending to business In Starke '....................... Hoiitlibounil IT nt TiiKitKvonn. oiinKriKrx .JI'
I)iamonds 7 6 () No. 1-( Local ) 10:07: p. m. that the nulU rvmlnnt, Will lI..nlk. '"
h.. IK to
Wednesday and were dinner guestsof anil herrhy required appearto M fl.
!Spades-6,2 Mrs. Florence Croft of Jacksonville : THERESSA : No. 11-(Local ) 11:48: a. m. the bill of 'I.I..lnt flied In Maid 11.J..'
Mr. and Mrs. O. Dyal.
I he amusing of ratine on or before Moixluy, th. IMmt I .
? part her C'or. No. 3 -( Limited) 9:41: a. in.
the guest of grand Miss Khodtttlgler, '
mat the holder of the was Miss Ellen Howard of Fairbanks lily of April A. I>. 1020! otherwise p.,
daughter, Mrs. Lynn Hall last! Saturday 0 No. 107-(Limited) 1:10: p. m. the alleKutluna of .....1 bill will be )
with her
f m an affidavit which ( tpent the week-end here ..*.***.**** taken conr".ed by until Uvfwnd-
I' the and Sunday. ..**.**....* No. 191--(Limited ) 11:31: p. m. an
Knickerbocker sister and brother Mrs. Ft. B.
'ew York City with Rev.: Norris will preach at the Thomas and Mr. II. II. Howard. Mr. Robert Dickinson and fumly ?orthbou",1 tt"iT IH FURThER rinnnnRD that .. "
''iat\ he No. 2Local) 4:41 thin order !>. puhllnhoil, once M week I
understood : a. in
Baptist church next Sunday mornIng of fla'iiesvllle were visiting
Mr. I. W. Dyal was In our sec- for four consecutIve weeks In the 'if I
>! $10000 offered for and evening. Jon Sunday.Mr. I his i father here Thuriday. No. 12-Local) 3:50: p. m. limdroril. County T.l"icrapli, a newapuper P'i S
>wrse the Valdosta. was of fine No. 4-( Limited! ) 8:57 of pr"n.rnl clri-iilatlon. ptihllnhrfl 1
made such E. A. Vaught of Ralph Hazen Mr. bonnie A tfood many bushels : p. m. 'In ,.Htarku tlradcoril. county., f''

'j-'ver f the foregoing an hand : : transacting business here last Mon- Morgan were attending/ bus'nemi: trawberrlea have been carried to No. 108-(Limited ) 5:40: p. m. I /ttAt. of t"lrl'iis.wiTNass ( ,
; : the seal of this court
en ated [ Starke and. sold by the growers of No 192! --(Limited) arriving I
for his bad day.S. In our section Tuesday.Mr. aa alwo the name of II. W. AUIxrnian r:
(owever, once held a M. Simmon and family of and Mm. King and children, our section for the past few weeks. here at S:31: a. m., stops only for t'lvrk u'. (Court. thin tha 23rd t'

ot as the highest Sparr were visiting here this were In our section Sunday.Mr. Quite a number of our citizens: tho purpose of letting off pasnen- day of February.U. W.A ALUIittMAN.11. 1919.I! \ .

h ir of a worse one. 'week and Mrs. Mack of Fairbanks were in Starke on buslnes Satur- gers from the Kant Coast. C|..rk Cltrtult'oui't. ,

<"L= u double
'l'S just ter, Miss Mary Lillian, of Lakeland e day.Mr.. and Mrs. 1... U. Cooper of limited trains) do not stopIn A. 8. CItKVVS, I :: J\\
have made a hTxh( MollLltor for Complainant..M irI
the guests of Mrs. Bag- visited relatives here Starke.
,kout for'freak hantfo ........................ Jacknonvllln ----- ___ _:I-t.III-3-3'- r 'I
'b' n.?nt before get fs aunt. Mrs. P. B. Sunday afternoon.Mr. \VIIIIIH-O hraniIt' : '
and children of his No. 101 Leaves Starke 9 I'Il' fit- KlI, Distil \ilGJ 4'' ,
out what your Mrs. Thomas : Jeff Ruby was visiting: a. m. '
l ..t.to justify their bid. Valdoitla spent the week-end with Minn IVnrle (1alnf" brother here Sunday. No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: p. Notice In, h".hyI""n-t- that lilr: 'i; I

n the maximum, MrA. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and m. diiyn after date hereof I will ril. mr .' '. It

ny 1 harder tumof than risk.it Lftm't is. Mrs. O. Haynes. .+*.......+..+.......... children, Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Prll- Iliac hug LIueNorthbound5:1O neal account of and the vnucherM Estate 01V.an. v4inilnlntrator A.Irlbble. -. 'f,'",j ,I

r,' Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville. lips. Mills Debbie Phillips and son : a. m., 8:53: ( with the Honorn" "
al I d..e..1
waywhenevcrpo ( Continued from page :3)I ) .... '
ahlo "
Jmllteof &
't meant to play preached at the Christian church all of Lawtey. and Charlie PhIllips I a. m., 1:58 p. m., 5:18: p. m., : Hrailforfl County.n.r.Florida Countr" a"diiNK ;'
1 .-, im at all times last. Sunday morning and evening., acting business here last week.r of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. M. p. m. :58) for hu approval and my Anal <1UchnrK i5f! 1 '
"r t .ike Mrs. P. H. Hunt !had as her children were vls.'tlng: Southbound-9:37 DA. ) aa much, arimlnUtrator. J .
any Mr. O. J, Mott was) transacting W. Lee ani : a. : Title lilt ilny of March, 1929.KUVVAHl t ,' ;

'V\mj hind is. a good guest last Sunday. her sister Mrs. business In Starke last Monday. Mr. D. J. Phillips and children p.t in., 4:07: p. m.. 6:37: p. m., : ) K.: ()ftiltIiE.lt ''C1 I ,llf,

O. V. Phillips of Lake Butler. Miss Oracle Conerly 1 III pending here Sunday.Mr y..m. 3lt4I AdmlnlatratOR.NUTICH J

: Y There will be an Easter pageant some time In Wildwood with and Mrs. R. O. Zelgler of : Of FIYAI. luruleolG :
sA B } i
Z entitled "L'fe! and Love Triumph"at friends and relatives.Mr. Gainesville, were visiting his parent oTifi,: Of' ':'.':<"ION __ Vt.

: I the Christian church March 31. Cannon wan transacting business *. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Z lgl rSunday. Notion I Ie hereby irlven that sixty: 1Z: j,
7:39 Everybody Is Invited. flit'th* pnwor vptatl In them by il 'ya after date hereof I will rile mr 5 ;" '* '
m. "
Heart,- K. 7 I at : p. in-Starke last Monday.[ '
Q' he[ law. of Florida. the Hoard or'ublic final account and voucher* a* ..1&i!\
Club K. Q J Ben Russet of Merryvllle Tenn.. Mcsr Roy Greene A'ubroy lla- Miss Thelma Sullivan of Hampton I InntrtK'tlon of UrudfoM. { ecutor of the Katat ofV.. Kllerr! J1f I j j,1 i
I ty tails an *l ctlon to be h,,lil .m.It'1 liavlit. deceased. with the Honorable '
Diamonds k. bin grandfather, O. W. week-end 1t't 'J.,
J, Is visiting zen, Ressle Colson and Livingston' spent the here with Tdllowlns' nani.... pia,'.. on 0"0.) A. Oardlnor Coantr Judce of '.''''
.. Spades- A. K Blankenshlp.Mr : Rims pased through Graham last her parents Mr. and Mrs. U. '.. I92U. for the purpi, . ..
> -ore. rubber and Mrs. A. A. Futch and lrunt t..4 9A>'ht and dwfarnilnlnivlh or hia and my had dlihnrK" ..> i'
Sunday Sullivan.Mlhies. .
Jone no trump. If A mlllao to tiv Hi-Mviii .l In .mj.11 aw nui-h KxeuutnrThla .
:.. Y and B I Mrs. Patch's cousin, Miss Gladys hiss Leola Fogg, a member of Mamie lion de. and Otildn :list 1'1.t. Ut day of Man-h. 1929.KLL.BIIY .' ',.., ,t
.. ,
)II8 ed. ..
( .
If i the purp'cif holding/ said/ M. AVI3.. .i, ,11
,o4sLd he double Allgood were the guest of Mrs) the Brooker school acuity, spent Hall were visiting Misses Ruth and I"<:tlon the nutaucnr kr p' f< llt .4-28. CUccutor.IJ .

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'r It has been In the printing: business Via'the sheltered Inland Route
A to Alaska ::
Bradford County Telegraph I for a few months should decide Voyage

From Other Pens that the most economical way to Those Seeking the Unlj
Provides Thrills A-Plenty anal
: f Established 1877 getting" Its printing done is to allow

-- somebody to do it who knows
something< About It,-S.inford Herald -
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class TAIU qI.IfCIf'h (
ft What la this "It" the men are ,
fir'' w Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida i ill raving about?-TlmE's-Unlo' -- ---- ,:",. .. ;...

It'i It. have It hay. ': f. "
) you you ,
E. S. Matthews __ -- ____._Owner and Publisher i The state chamber of commerce. ., :\... '
-- -- n .
It, If Iiaven't It friends
i I you your board
; or a majority of its of directors -
-T. C. Robinson __ ____ ._._n_ __ _______ Managing; Editor ,) will tell you' about ItI'p opposes any fundamental

\ ... -0- Change In the state's! system of taxation -

SUBSCRIPTION KATE to present time breaking though under that system,
of the solid south doesn't seem to ownln,' of real estate has been
Yearly, $1.50; Six :Months, 75c-Payable in Advance have bftnefitted! those who participated 1- discouraged, some counties are admittedly

Advertising Hates on Application. In the breaking They are I bankrupt: others are

,,y" having a hard time picking up the verging on bankruptcy and the cry
.. pieces. Olla Star. Is going up) that unless the democratic

One thing in favor of airplanes-the tire upkeep is less. ---0-- party solves' the tax problem 4j4 e

:''i Stm-k: Teiegrnp'i remarks that during the Carlton administration ; ;;
---- --
rod bug run strong In some Pa- a republican may succeed ire7z U'r
ducks of the medical profession
Quack doctors. are the. lame KAO-rapher's mInds. We cannot him as governor four years hence _

I bee why "minds" were Introduod If our tax: : system: Is so funda- i

o Into the ol cuIIs.on tt all-Gainesville mentally sound, why all this
I bother over the condition has
aft' v tt Sixteen miles of surfacing on .road 28 will be let April Dally-0-Sun. got us In?-Oca I a Star.

t !' 10th. What we cannot understand li 0--

it; b -p why Hoover l Is making so many I Florida baa no Income or Inherl- '

p ', Starke and Lawtey should hold a strawberry festival! thisspring. changes In that splendid order of ance tax and advertises the
t \ tli nga established by the administration throughout the land though !
last I
: rI he succeeded.-Gainesville year the federal government

;h -0-- Dally San cording to W. J. Howey took $50- 1
);.,. iJ The back to nature movement is being hastened by every -0- 000,000 out of this state in taxes
Tarpon Springs should enter! Jts i collected under the federal statu-
from Paris.
fashion note I
I' name for the I prize as the dry en t tes. With an income and inheritance -
-0 town in the United States. A five- tax Florida would have received

The guy next door says the modern town is where para gallon; jug of water was stolen I 80 per cent of this sum In

there the other night. Oalnesv refunds, or 140,000,000 just whatIt
?, chutes have replaced roller skates.
:He Dally Sun. cost the state to run Its business
-o! --o- affairs for the twelve months end-

4t'' > i y National Garden Week comes next month. Florida's garden Judge by the way Avery! Powell ing January 1, 1928. Florida paida ; .' i .t

I week is made up of 365 days. writes about dresses: stockings; high price for advertising the (. ++a.,;

rolling pins etc., he thinks he understands ''mmunlty of Its citizens from those "

o women. Palm Reach forms of taxation, and apaprently ; ; ',: : .
I'rohibition will have, to bear the blame for the coining Independent. Let him enjoy! hU they are not Immune.-Ocala Star

? little hallucination! as long es _. ._ _
poe- q q q q q
of another phrase "Diplomatic liquor. -0-- rve ,,NG C.III; RAF1JS
sible. TOTCMf AT lVtyAf/Gtft.1. a i s
o_ -0---- Too Many ('ountlt- Ala ka. the land of the midnight for gold"-washing dirt In a sieve-like

Numbered among the visitors'to Florida each winter are Fanford Herald dares the cigarette A timely suggestion In the line tun. the land of totem poles and receptacle In the hope of finding some
? of Is made by the Starke glaciers of Indians and prospectors of the precious metal-Is also a fascinating gars description. Taku Ol: )1\1\
to and economy
companies try get
of of the touch an is and sometime of the highlights of tbls.1 .
scores )professors system. being visited more and more frequently profitable pastime II
endorsement! from Calvin Coolidge Telegraph to the effect that smaller
( by discriminating traveler visitors can watch the nyclraullc huge mass of Ice 00 miles ic and
o Gainesville Dally Sun counties be consolidated thus who seek unusual out-of-the-wsy miners at their work of wush- 100 feet high. The vibrntloi i, II,
t Bradford county has passed the $400,000 mark for strawberry Coolidge Is among the notables getting rid: of surplus olHee-hold- places In which .to satisfy their wnn- ing away with high-pressure hose the ship's siren as It approach'' slim

'' shipments. Not bad for three weeks. whose price It beyond the clg. er!i. Florida has 07 counties- 'iorlusta: Thisf,,great American pOll' dirt which covers gold-bearing oresee causes Bleat masses of Ice ti. u > of
manufacturers ablIty! to pay. about 20 more than It really needs.In s"aston-known at one time as thounanda of salmon fighting their I and plunge Into tho watt! m I I
o o recent years there has been a "Seward. Folly''-was once called way up swift waterfalls In an heroic. : cannon-like report. fckaio ", Un
"Husslan Amerl effort reach the northern terminus of the nil
and to grounds voy
was spawning
Anyway the legislature waits until Fools'day. is The Times-Union opines that a craze for the creation of new coun
,)y the United States from Russia for and 'buy quaint Indian curios quaint little town which 11\\ na.. |
t safely by before settling down to business. professional reformer is never ties. Each of these means a new 7.200000 In 1806 Contrary to aen The fast comfortable "Princess' sldered during the gold rwli >t ds ube I
without a job Ills main duty be. crop of otflce-holdere.! )Each means eral belief Alaska! .la not a frozen steamers of the Canadian Pacific Railway one of the wickedest si/ ju oil
0 ing keeping others In hot water. added expense to the taxpayers.It waste for many varieties of flowers leave Vancouver. B. C. every earth From Skagwuy the irnvt's! I
Times-Union is backing a cooking school in Jacksonville But who andwhat! In the thunder Is largely because of the mul- oloom profusely even In the northern I Wednesday and Saturday from early can traverse the famous Whit CM!
pyt; heats the water. Green Cove tiplicity bf cbutltles that the total part June until late August and during!! the Trail by rail circle Lake Atlln' Iud
and prospective June bridgegrooms are boosting it. Springs Times. Hot air.o millage pnild 'by Florida property I Alaska is unique, colorful and alone remainder of the year at lesa frequent possibly 'fish for some of ita :,..|
o Its majestic beauty. Brightly- Intervals. Most of the voyage in orated lake trout and sail dowu !hil
--' owners has increased unreason
\ grotesque totem poles never through sheltered. Inland channels Yukon to Dawson emulating tbo|
Earthworms may or may not be musical, but they like Brand horse that fashionably ably. I'n \ to Interest the traveler "Panning and the scenery en route almost beg prospectors of old.

ti f i music. A small boy can "fiddle" a can full in two minutes. match your own complexion at Twenty of the present Florida:

,v Stump's.-Ad In Starke Telegraph counties could be put out of existence1 SCOUT 111001" OMJ: In order to bolster tin alill
Ponce De LeonCelebration
o Th's! Is the first tme: we ever --several merged Into one ; INS.ILL orriCFiis market celery growers of the Sal

4.i1' Putnam county is furnishing the spuds, Bradford countythe I heard of freckled stockings.. nr smaller ones rejoined to those ford section will not cut an) 'ee! -I

s'' strawberries, Marion the cream and Ilendry,, the sugar. I E. B, In Tampa Tribune. For from which they were severed At On Tuesday evening at the Wom for several days or until Ih>) KIted |
1' your observation freckles are the with excellent results In saving to |
' markets in the north 1n1
I an's Club Troup I. Boy Scouts of
high of complexion.
spots any
a. lax payera.-:Tampa Tribune. Augustine lowed to get rid of the >ceteryt i(
When the councilmen of Bonita America was chilstened.
Springs impeached the
-o- --o--- hand. Cold weather In tlu nor I

mayor, he retaliated by sending them to jail for thirty daysat Gainesville Sun brags on Ala The flghtttor) years to secure express St. Augustine-March 22-The Scout Executive A. L. Browne, and warm weather in Florida nail'
chua county cabbage; probably because '
hard labor. refrigerator service for Jo'lor- with three eagle scouts from served to cause celery prii: i|
: the editor has to eat them Ancient City has thrown not onl'
'da growers ended Tuesday
berry Gainesville put on a very Impressive drop on account of too mum I II b.
o Later he will bave something goodto ( when the Interstate Commerce its finances but also Its '
manpowerInto Inltlat'on! ceremony and pre- ing shipped at one time fot I tilI
Lake Wales and the Golden Jubilee meeting of the state say about the cigars/; he has tc Commission.'ordered the carriers the production of another sented troop chatter to Dr. Raymond I I I markets to consume with an i|
smoke. Starke T e le g rap h.
press association will long remain in the memories of the Thought the manufacturershad to provide the express service. For Ponce De Leon Celebration pro- of the troop! committee on tendant lowering of )prices il
rope nearly twenty years this service' behalf of the national ,-elcf
organization around. The quality of tin
T newspaper folks. a corner on the cigar provided Louisiana growers, has traylng through three days of
; Di. Raymond expressed his this year is of the It i t. sail(
trade. Gainesville Dally Sun. finest
o been sought for Florida, but on magnificent historical pageantry appreciation of the Importance of
"; l' -0 first one point and another the the discovery of Florida by Don scout work in building !
Jurist says this country has too many unpopular laws. The Times-Union points out transportation companies won the Juan Ponce de Leon in 1512 ; the of up a hgh \UlltH 10 UF.'O"' tllI t'

When laws popular to all are adopted, the slate will have to that Xylotrlhydrogluthartlc acidIs decisions. To railroad commls founding of the "Mother City of ity grade and accepted citizenship the In charter.a commun-Reg- 'II"UI'I'Ol<<,

be wiped clean. made from peanut shells. Say stoner Maj. E. S. Matthews Amer'ca" by Don Pedro Menen- Istration'cards olU\
are you serious, or is that a pi dez de Aviles in 1565 and the Notice |is. hereby given +thin il
should go the credit for keepingthe L. Wyman scoutmaster J, M. Da- creditors. Legatees. Dlxtrlbulio. I
o r Hue?- !Sanford! Herald lIe's ser matter,at Issue until a favor change: of flags by which the little vie, assistant scoutmaster all persons having claim 'KII! I

ti '' "Local] figures have part in mosquito meet," TimesUnion ious. The wrd'le derived froma ( able decision was secured for the city passed from Spanish to French M. SebrIng, assistant scoutmaster.Mr. and H.. ,the ceased.estate are of hereby Harvey required M. Snydcr''c .I'M o'I

headline. On Jacksonville Beach local mosquitos have collision between a bunch of exchanges growers. The fight started as an then English and finally to the Browne next presented the ,tent the same duly authl'nll..atdthe .! I a
and a typewriter key County Judge of Bradford aa'Ity
United States.
"' Individual Interested In the wel- .
*; part in figure meet. troop w:tli a beautiful 5x8 American Florida, at his office In the con I !
4 r t wl ,} board. fare of Florida strawberry grower. The beautiful pageant Is to be flag, donated by !MlFletcher house In the City of Starke with
lt Uatl'V -o---- ., was continued by him when he produced the year on April 2nd one year from date thereof >t t thl
Burnett, prominent merchant l land e
of notice will be held In bar than
$ }' If you are thankful for living in a section not botheredby If all the cigarettes smoked by assumed the1'office of Florida Railroad !2rd! and 4th, with a cast of between Gainesville. The IICOU master ac- all person. Indebted to xaid I /
Jacksonville people during the Commissioner. Under his direction 600 and 700 persons none tate are required to pay the u"!
raging floods, send in a contribution to the Red Cross! for year 1928 were placed end to end the Florida comm'sslon'! of whom receive any compensat'on cepted which the flag on behalf of the forthwith. to the undersigned l admit| qletrator ,

those unfortunates in the areas. they would reach to the north '' for his her services through ,troop responded by giving r
flood continued delving Into the matter or "15" cheers for Mr. Burnett. This This lhe.lDth. day of Match A-'j s
} pole, it Is 8tllted.-Tlmes-LTnlon. and bringing out new facts to be the three days of the historical of 1929.
gesture from__ _
I Iportlayal. friendshln our Ch.\I"8.. 0
smoked by n. S, ;
If all the cigarettes the of A.
During pageant
i It appears the greatest benefit Florida received last presented at hearings until success neighboring city was thoroughly! Administrator of etstsot, I,
1928 were
year Jax people during attended their efforts.Marlanna 1927 the Ponce de Leon Committee HArvey M. Snyder d..aw
from not having an inheritance tax was the pleasure of presenting I placed end to end they would Times-Courier. entirely made up of'local business and appreciated committee.Mrs. by. the troop officer 82281817.FLORIDA. it

J: { the federal government with forty million dollars. reach for another in 1029. 0- men and winter visitors expended Raymond Mrs. H. II. h
0-- of the Palm total Of 17000.00 in
Editor Benjamin a
r Young, Mrs. J. C. Robinson and
o Those people in Florida who expect half costs which did not Include '
Beach Independent uses a production !
Western Clay county farmers are getting in the straw- to see a less expenditure for column space writing about the the purchase of some $16- chocolate Mrs. J. M.and Davis served prepared it with cake hot h'

berry game. Until the volume reaches the extent of attracting educational purposes are doomedto humble corn pone. If the' sub 000.00 worth of uniforms and cos- to the boys and guests. Game

,R,4 buyers they have good cash markets in either Starke or for disappointment.the) increase are The too obvious.To reasons. ject cake...had..-Starke been Telegraph an' eight-layer Let tumea.Two hundred horses some of were allegiance, played followed to the flag by a benediction pledgeof TheatreGAINESVILLE of

Lawtey. cripple ute educational chancesof us remind the Starke Telegraph which were Imported from distant Dr. DJ
by Raymond and Scout
-0-- our children and the future clttreni that Editor Benjamin Is not a cities mounted the resplendent Parker Id
Billy sounded
of Florida and of this republic cake eater He is not only a Ten- cast of Spanish grandees who taps to complete h..
the WEEK
City berry ,
growers cleaned up over a million dol- would be a penny wise, of the old followed Ponce de Leon and Me- ceremony. III
t nessean, but a printer >
s The committee Is : MARCH 2.1th:
; r lars this season. There will be a heavy increase in berry acre- )pound foolish procedure. Insteadof school and ,knows how to appreciate nendez In as colorful a cortegeas troop composed ra
of C.
A. Futch
; age in Bradford county next season' and there's no reason why being economy, it would be image the the really substantial thingsof ever' rallied to the support. of J, C. Robinson Carl Johns, chairman, S. S., 'piMONDA

(V this county cannot again join the million dollar class. most wasteful Orlando extravagance Sentinel.We life. He Is not bothered with any historical pageant. Dowllng and K. M, Rooks as president Y-TUESD.\ ro
inable.- rheumatism During the three days of the
indigestion. gout or 1.1
II of the Starke Mlnlster'al! As
_ ----oAt ---- o- his appendix is In good working celebration! the Ancient City gives "Carnation Kid"A r

/ the Lake Wales press meeting Roger W. Babson predicted guess Chautauquas are alright order and his brain Is strikingon Itself entirely to the atmosphere- organized socatlon.: Four and patrols the have registered been Paramount Talking I.ltIUI'I't] t

and serve a very good pur all six his carburetor never of the Intrepid Spanish conquistadors With
'lf that within the next ten the commercial always ; scouts at present are as follows: et
years airways are
d pose. Their entertainments clogs and his exhaust Is perfect. who wrested a little civilization DOIOLAS McLi\\: : PI
will do more for Florida's advancement than what has been good and clean. But having Give us more men like Uncle from the edge of the FlorIda Beaver Patrol: Chas Klckllter.,, PlusMoilrtone ,t

' ; accomplished by highways and railways during the past ten l guaranteed; one for eight years, we Benjamin, who can eat and enjoy wilds hundreds of years ago, leader. ; 'Kldrklge Robinson assistant News rho

to fifteen years. have sworn off. Of course If any- corn pone, hog Jaw and turnip and who through a number of decades Bob White Patrol: George Raymond TIIKWEDNESDAY IURGIAIt: \.It
to guarantee
one Greenville! Progress. struggled with savage elements
n i + 0 It'a alright.! We are Just glvlnr Thanx.greens. Friend- York for them and Indians to maintain the assl8tant.Alligator. 'leader. \V.V.. McDonnell, ;e::

Lake Wales has many attractions to offer visitors, and our experience. We fall to see kind words even tho those to the outpost of civilization in the new Patrol: l\Ierrl11l\1cMl1- I1ILLIK DOVK: In"ADORATION" 'III

where they are no privileged i
a> Ihq greatest of these is the Singing Tower and the surrounding that they should be more effect fect" reads that our a little"exhaust.bIt sarcastic Is per- world.The Ponce St. Augustine.de Leon celebrationIs lan, leader Ben Sternberg. assistant el

F ; pt grounds of Mountain Lake Sanctuary. The protected against poor business A First National SynchronlJ j or
special\ concerts If we are an honor to our native to be likened to nothing more

_ tw' t provided by Mr. Bok for the editors and the privilege of than Instance.any other Oroveland line the merchantfor Graphic state, we pray you to bestow that than the Passion Play, made famous ,Rattlesnake leader, L, P.Patrol Robinson: J. ,D.assistant Grlffls Production Plus let'01,
'tho the German village of Ob-
Georgia we by
inspecting the tower from the ground floor to the summit distinction on HOLD TH\T 3IOMUYParamount : ng
-0----- surely would not feel ashamed to eramorgau where the entire community -
were appreciated by the visitors. State Superintendent' of Schools have been born In Tennessee lives breathes and depicts Members of Beaver Patrol: Jae. New on

ri', o W. S. Cawthon wants a tax put on Pa5m Beach Independent.One once each year the life of Christ., Wainwright Billy Graham, C. II THURSDAY-FRIDAY" uau
luxuries In order to met the !growing !; o Just as do the citizens of Ober- McMillan. J. L. Peek.
Since boom days there are a good private printing Is Members of Bob White Martin
many demands of education. That of the most colorful scenes amorgaui the people of St. Aug- Patrol: Johnson' 'at
t plants over the state not making money and they would not he wants war taxes resumed In Included in the three-day PonceDe ustine throw their hearts and souls Merrill Futch, Richard Long S. R "SIMBA" bar

mind having the load taken off their shoulders by the state, time of peace.) It does not seem to Leon Celebration to be held In Into this gigantic municipal. pag Johns. The Synchronized Prodnct'o! | ,re
is the have occurred to Mr. Cawthon or St. Augustine April 2nd,3rd and Members of Alligator Patrol: Four Years In the Making au
as probably with certain
case a Tallahassee plant. anybody else connected with public eant.For Billy Parker, J. J. Rooks, Chas. Ilal
4th !is the "Change of Flags.!!; A three days the "butcher the Sponsored by ParentTeacbersAssociation |
Probably the politicians interested in saddling this on the tax education to try to reduce ex- ceremony portraying: the allegorical baker and the candle stick ma Header Elmo Struth. "r

payers could be induced to see the advantage of having sectional penses. The fact Is that the public significance attached to the ker" shed their workaday characteristic !Members of Rattlesnake Patrol: Plus "eti'ADDLINOCOFB

i L' printing plants in different parts of the state. system la becoming the biggest conquest of the Little Spanish village and become swashbuckling Theodore Young( Woodrow Ford, ; 4 c
and Eugene Sullivan Jack
graft In the state government Lee.
from Spanish to French then Spanish Dons bloodthirstyIndians.
p wQ-IHW HH .V '* its expenses Is out of all proportion New members not yet assigned
o English and Colonial and finallyto : French soldiers and the It"DICK" -
; Property owners on Madison street will be assessed the to Its benefits. -Palm Beach the American colors. This while gamut of historical ancients to patrol: Gary Overstreet, John RTIIIU.'IfO::;#

yr cost of widening road 28 from 20 to 26 feet and for concrete Independent picture shows the four flags: being whose deeds form such a cherIshed Wheeler. In out
curb ----'--o- slowly lowered as the ''tars::; andStripes" part In the tradition which surrounds Registered as associates: John "SCARL& SEAS ''tr
and T .
gutter. At the meeting called for tonight property It is rumored that certain interests the Inman Frank Inman. .
ascend over ancient Fort Ancient City. The It
A n
d owners of connecting streets in the western end of ,town In Tallahassee are tryingto Marlon when the United States at i city Itself decorated with gay Total roster: Committeemen 5; First National SynchroolJt'PIcture J

should be present and state their desires about paving in get the state government to last took possession. ) Spanish colors, harks back cen- Scout officials 3; Registered- 'het
its the Scouts. 28.Jacksonville.
operate own printing plant ,1laniKI
'. front of their turies and 'flyta: Itself over to COMr1":,,
;,, property. These streets are important links in Idea of course being to save the Canaveral and Cocoa will be'I' those by-gone days such & lUItDY } 'eat

the paving system and should not be allowed to stay in their taxpayers thousands and thousandsof shipping headquarters for Brooks- other community not so :fortunate-as no I Jtructlon planned-- Immediate con- Paramount News and The l.ulII'[ el'fror-
dollars. However, It wouldn't Htrst-Corbett for master ser- brrjark
Corporation of
present St.
unpaved condition. Ir endowed In historical tradition rfrlll ,
turprls us a bit It the state after Augustln, In-near future [and atmosphere station for Goodrich Tire 44 (An Oswald Cartoon Come j aft'
could do.
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