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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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4J [ace Shapes UpI GOVERNOR DOYLE E. CARLTON 1 Madison Street I U. D. C DISTRICT MEETING WILL-BE : I. UNSEATING. OF ii'1MAYBETRBED ,;'I 1.jltfj, ,' \,!





For Leadership PROVES-- CHARGES, --- OF WASTE;I,,,I Paving 29 Feet !! HELD HERE NEXT r WEDNESDAYMayor I LVCISATARS...;.....,! ,, l J ,!I

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Legislature | Tallahassee March\ 27.A year 1rl 1----- I -:- i ----0..__ ,_. --- -- 1
I I ago, Doyle Carlton( II. C. Wall r.-turned from j

people of Florida that was the telling cost the 01Iheh' : r LEGIONNAIRESIN i Tallahassee \Vedne.thy where he' :RIVER CLAIMS d The( United I DaiiKlHi-r-i of tin feift
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jl icrfloiiH; Ilitoht stale nroilerat w II hold an all da.v
: I > HjH-akcT (Nindilatr government; had reaih- I had been In, ronfVrence with I
J ( >d the danger I lItt'et tug ln-re next Wednesday
!point. Today, Gov. Chairman t theird !
Bentley w ill
regard! to(
(oinor Curlton I is pointing to econ. CONVENTION widening of i EIGHT : day of April beginning) at I'lnns In he.'p|> :\11'lIIbt'I'> l-'roiu ::.ri.1''|
pavement Madison SCOUTS
n> Howard W. Hartley. ) mles which will\ result In the I on 10 :IO a. III., at (Woman's\ Club .\10..1111). ('un"II"1'1' Itp t 't::
l\\ >\\o will wield the gavel in (the Ra'lnlof; hundreds of thousands( street from, the regulation road building.: I porM'il I'lxlrr \Viiy.

II, ''I of reprsentatlves[ during the of dollars annually to the tax pay. width of 20 feet. The extra ---- I ITulalhassee

2I!, legislature? Who will apliii' OI'S.nd his administration is as I Thousand. ..Blld..I1...." of \\Vorl l width, Including concrete curb and Purl.t SI llo.VN Ciuifflit In MIMK! I The Second I District Includes !March 25 The ,

'the committees steering bills yet less than 90 days old. War (Vlrlirnlp\ Hf >ro ON-II.| gutter Is made up of two and a \\'Ia I era, i III T'nn"1) Tliritf four chapters In JuckMonvllte and AnHoo'atecl/ I'ress was authoritatively V V

f yard defeat or passage; ? 'VI1uth \ The greatest Immediate reduction lug; of "State ('OIl' 'II.I half feet of base and. the curb and |)
i north or west Florida' la (the cost of operating expenses ion TtMlny, gutter on each s'de making a total l'iviStill MIsMliiK-: places)! : Lake City. I'alatka St. probably would bn made to ,

nerge victorious in the demo- has been effected In the I width of the pavements 29 feet, Augustine ami Mncclenny. Quitea uiiHeat some members of the Flor I

iLk caucus of the house whkhII Motor Vehicle! Department since I Jacksonville, March 24.-More\ and this will run from the western Dayton, Tenn.. March 23.- number of members from each ida legislature at the Democratic I '
be held on April's fool than 1,000 Legionnaires, from every city: limits to Laura street chapter mucus of the
day, the resignation of W. F. Allen, just White creek flood! waters will attend this meeting two houses to be 1
ift preceding the opening of the section of the state, were In south of the Kedgrave in caughta and Mrs. J. L. held here next
commissioner, on January 26, last. property party of 21 Boy Scouts on then'of M('(\Iiin, of Jacksonville Monday night pre- 4tV
. in Ing biennial legislative: ses- The economies made practicable I Jacksonville tonight; for the openIng the eastern part of town. of a creek-side cab'n: p-ettldeiit I of the Florida llmlnaiy to the 1929 legislative c citession.

,nY without the Impairment of effi. tomorraw of the annual con- Chairman Bentley stated that Rockwood. Tenn., near Division, U. 1). C., will be a prom. .
I HI I I These are important questions i.lency; In the least, vention of the Florida -Dpnnrt-- -, the city would not be nut to any scout master today and a Input IIPoak'r.The The I Information .,.I.l, .nl''M_ wprA *!I
will -
result in and two Hoy Scouts m--- -- --- ,
i loughout" Florida today because the saving of considerably: more ment engineering expense in the paving were drowned} Five others president of the hostess under way to question the r'uht: l I '/. ,,'

J_I I' speaker, of the house Is aIgilty than $100,000 for the currenteur The convention will, continue project, the board allowing Its own missing and believed dead.} The are chapter has appointed) the following of various( legislators l to participate \ : I

: man at Tallahassee. lie > according to I D. B. Plnkston, through Wednesday. eng.neers: to supervise this work. rent, 13 In all, were rescued. committees to arrange; for the ) In the organization meeting ,;.
III I II) .-ontrol the lower and largest acting commissIoner. and with the Today was reunion day for the The state department will also This Information entertainment of the visiting chapters and that. In all probability, a cre "I' I
Iinch of the legislature and six! likelihood of the legislature veterans of the World War and maintain the pavement without: was brought" : dentials committee to InvestIgate! V '

:': respective' )) candidates are listed '!ng; certain changes In exist.HB'aws mak-: the day was spent by the delegates any future expense to the residents -,. to Dayton for (the by a special correspondent House and<\ decoration commit- the standings of members with regard \ ''/f.!.! !

ltd iioHBlble, contenders for the po- Mr. Plnkston Bald that the n meet"nonre/ more comrades of of Madison street or the city. who returned Chattanooga late News, tee: Mrs. C). L. Doiisley Mrs. C). to their netlvltlen In the f.( ''II I i

fit 11"11 The field will\ undoubt- avlng will probably exceed $200- the camps and trenches. Mayor Wall made t the best arrangement lie sold! ScontmiiHtpr thin afternoon. L. llaynoH. Democratic party would bo appointed. ; ,

'I ttn I' l he narrowed to three or four. 000, making a net saving for the Committee meetings occupiedthe possible for the town, and J. C. Hill\ \ Jim Wiight" Reception committee.: Mrs. L. : '
> cti in I the roster today Includes D. life of the administration of almost attention of the leaders dur- It being Impossible to widen: the wore drowned and KA Bui'net t A. Davla, IIIlsMl11elln Kay Mrs. The indenting, It was explained: ,, :' '

;1 I I.euari Glllls DeFnniak Springs/: ; 1000000. Ir.i? the afternoon.A paving through the! city without (covered. The and their! hod leu re Jv./ Andrews Jr., Mrs. R. A. would he only for the duration: of '' "4

Dieill ,iai Kennedy, Leesburg; S.V.. What reception for members of the the adjacent property owners Jack niiHHiiiK are: \Veoks, 1111'''. J. M. Hrownlee nnd the organization meeting:, but .
flIp.'I ..lzpn. Hushnell ; T. C. Merchant Is true of the motor vehicle legion, the Forty and Eight, the bearing the cost : Shainbnrth, Lawrence Mrs.''' S. K. llrownlue. would prevail until officers and attaches fV I'I-1, ,J I,
department Is In lesser proportion Eight and Forty and the Montgomery, Woodlow Kerr Hoy r
Legion Chairman:
Musical chosen. "
Hit I UtllHon: John, Matthews Jack- Bentley formed Green program for afternoon are .tI, "I !
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and
Iie nvllle. and John Stokes Pana- branches of applicable the to other Auxiliary was held during the af Mayor Wall that the paving would brother of ICd'a.Fred Burnett, twin session: Mrs. !l.oJ. L. Dlggx and Mrs. In the senate, it was staled' aieffort > 1'i: 'i V
state .
11 C'tyCentral' government ternoon.A be 29 feet In width over all providing A. Z. Adklns. may be made by u candidate ,e 1' 1\
ta and south Florida have which,, thus far have felt the govrnor's banquet was given tonight for a riding surface of 28 feet. creek The boys liNed l the rising White The cbu'rman' of enrh committee defeat for one of the Meals to ', .. \ (\
POd axe of economy; viz, the state and national ofllcers the water at 5 a. m. and the
\0 entries In the speaker's race by About 90 percent of the property hits the privilege of nuking obtain the permanent lamenting of \r'
1 roud. hotel and fresh water fish executive board of the legion auxIllan' affected scoutmaster ordered thf.1to the hiM iJ. !"
owners others
haye agreed to be to uncceHHor
of Sumter serve on her committee.At opponent on groundo 't
it* "'tEen county and..and came departmenta. I roof when It Hot Into the dwolllnar. ..... .._ ,._ ;, J. '
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llj. ennedy. from Lake. West Flor- taxed for this width and the council twelve-thirty lunch will be ....... .. .."..... an." "'u 11 UIII'e n" Olil." 4' '
fl.i Is represented by three cancntles Chairman Bentley, of the state Monday's session will open at will meet at an early date to Soon they were in peril of their served at the Magnolia' Cafe and er than; party; ; alignmentPRODUCE ;; ; :
lives.
-Merchant from Madison road department, who was selected !:30): a. m. with addresses of wel- provide. necessary funds for the Neighbors' heard their the CurolCafe./ C
to head the great highway come by local legion and civic of- work. Hcreums. and emcreeded In taking All
111 chapter members i
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urged to
hiinty Stokes of Kay county,
Sayt. building machine upon the resignation Hclals. KeBpoime will be made by ome of them off before the others ( attend this SOLD V
id Gillls, who halls from Walton meeting and visitorsare
Ie'I of Fons Hathaway.. naturally Howard F.; Mac Rarlane, Tampa Permit To; Vacci- were swept away by the mi ru;- cordially Invited tf) the
'unt. stronghold of the Colts'iiitlngent. : mornIng -
ing mounta'n '
has been act'ng: with conserva- department commander. creek wuter. I'!' ,1
gI I, BfHs'on liPKlnnliiK \ : 1 \
Matthews from Duval, at 10:30:
. i iirrien, 'the hopes of the north Isin and deliberation in effecting The convention also will hearreports nate Sent -- '- o'clock, and (the afternoon musicalirugrurn AT AUCTION
the Hogs i'
t |"lorda: economies to which the ad- of committees during the Malphurs Found beginning at 1:45.lilHI. : IJr, :
orbl' group. iiinlHtration is pledged. Hit first day and receive their recommendations. S.-..-_ I 41' ",
The house caucus, which Is allays step was to put the department on County Agent ;'i.ii'i.i''t; i" HIIOT ,\'i'l.ti'l. la'ailei's of '.' \: .,; ..
held the \ ''Iwlanl" liitnxlucoWaucluila !':
.1! on day preceding a cash basis, made difficult by : ': IV H.lI'n"u: \ IS I K.\II f' : '
lie opening of the session alsoIII .sl'W ftI\Nh'lII. ;
h, floating obligations on supplies Guilty By Jury ; 'f
be Dr. J. V. Knapp of the State. : ;
) featured by I the election of
I ft which should have been paid for Louisiana Crop Live Stock Sanitary Board has Macclenny, March 23 -- Suila March 2 4. A new ; 1'\" : V
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i thor executives such as speaker In 1928 to the extent of approximately sent County Agent Hlckentiaker Klioden, li!;, U cloud as a result of system of handling produce ban I'',
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>10 tern sergeant-at-arms, door- 2500000. This has been a "'::11I""')' :.Mnlheiiy Hrli-nsdl nhoot.'ntf! ( Troy( at I beuu Inaugurated(
.i permit to administer virus and of Suuderuon" I !: In thin (own, I
aper. pages, reading clerks and accomplished for some time the Going To MarketLouisiana serum to hogs: for the prevention .C 'Iiait'ge OM>ritllitK TiwtorIII linker county Tlitirxilay morning" j famous for Its vegetables; ) for many ; '\ 11 '( 'V
Ifat( lie other officers honorary and I halrman reports, and the department of hog cholera. The ( III"h\\'"". rind, Charles Allinun. 22, Macclenny yes i's. 4i I
<'tlve required to keep the leg- I county agentIs la V\J l'
t-Utlve Is now taking advantage of I ,, now ready to begin the work of being held here an her slay Httglnn'ng Jam Monday buyel'r' 'I
I wheels turning at top every discount offered by "payingas vaccination having been Hobble IIlal1 a rip of Oalnesvihie! er. while !)olJce Rliocleii, 16, her here HUUfl"' the ,..ini Inn Kl'tj.lr MUM-. ''I ,
strawberries started to duly authorized '
(peed 1 I it goes." The culmatlve saving northern markets from Hammondin to do this work by the charged with reddens driving on oroiner, anu( Tauiuiaxu Howe, Z4,V tern to l>vegetables hauled i to; ))1; ;

Reports gathered here and there over a twelve month period will carlot state veterinarian.All the highway, wan found guilty bya ,' are recovering from slight wounds( I market here. The auction block ; ,l',

fliroughout the state say Repre- he a considerable Item, Mr. Bentley to quantities a wire from this the week Ham according farmers who want their hogs Jury In county Judge's court aim said to have liuen Inflicted by was erected recently and wanopened .. ', :' ,
II motives GIllls Kennedy and said. Wednesday, the rial Altmull.I Monday "
consuming the afternoon when II t
'
mond State Dank & Trust vaccinated by the county agent
f.etzen, In the order named are One of the Company entire day and Altman was placed 1,274 packages '
imIf. most noteworthy on Wednesday. Three should get in touch with him Immediately was given; a fine of under arrest ; wehe handled ,'i-;:
Dueling the field la the early campaigning achievements! of the new administration rarswel'e that $ tOO and costs or 90 days In Jail. early yesterday morning/: by Sheriff' through this I method i 1 t",
t shipped out six so plans ran be
" for the speakershfp.plerchant according to Mr. Bentley, Tuesday and Indications Monday of made to have the hogs treated as An appeal, bond was filed and the Joe Jor.es Jr., and lodged: In the On Tuesday 1,091 packages went t.; "
uh Is doing quite a bit of has been the policy to allocate i rase will be taken before Circuit Baker county Jail at Macclonny. through the auction block while V
steady increase from this point early ait possible. The only coot of 'i \ :
ork, sending out postcards to |Inromntlv! all 'federal aid monies .oft II... ....._ ._..._,._..__ __ _._._ .L _. having the county agent vaccinate Judge Adkins. I At 110011 yesterday the prisoner \V ilncmdnv'a report showed 1 9flcft ,\ V
t4flIJ all" .UII; Inatea tnat ,
", newspapers and other organlza- Previously he said, the state roaddepartment's the Hammond shipments hogs will be the actual cost of the The accident In which Malphurs wan transferred to Jacksonville packages handled. In all about J t: :
one, In which he places himself thin sea- figured and placed In the nine '
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ft negligence In this respect son would probably 'betweeu materials used. for there will not occurred January 22ndon Duval county carloada of produce Includ \ .1'1.,"
if 'luarely on record against race I had the run the highway south Jail for safe-keeping. The ing beans, I' :
cost taxpayers heav- 2500 and 3000 cars. and cannot be any charge/: made fit Starke. accused cucumbers potatoes. ,{i't
, rack legislation. He goes so fars ily; $625,000 having been lost S for labor; the service costs noth Malphurs' car struck a Buick ee- man denies the shooting according squash pepper eggplant and peas :.tjit,1,

I to promise the appointment of In the past. Federal aid. he explained. KfXKKALOXI ll"eT.U: ing. To accelerate the work It Is dun ,driven by Jacksonville residents to Sheriff Jpnou.SvKle were sold In the three day Pro '0'I1,

'i ommittees holding the same I, Is allocated annually and FOil :\1 Its. <>. "'., u'UU&Y advisable to see the county agent causing it to overturn and Rhoden died In a local )hospital dues buyecs here declare they can ''it'f'f '

lews This frank admission indicates the state given a certain time in or drop a card to the office. completely wreck. Malphura' Ford at 7:30: o'clock yesterday handle ten or more cars dally 'I

the power vested in the I which to use It, with failure resulting Funeral services of Mrs. Sarah coupe remained on the road partly morning from a bullet wound when the season reaches Its peak.

beaker of the house and emphaplzes In forfeiture. On January Barry. 71, who died at the resl- rOt'NTV MJ-KKM-K: : LAW across the highway and burned through the abdomen. Trucks drive between a row of I',;. ,,'

- the Importance of the cau- 1, of this year, there was still dence of her son, O. W. Barry at MAY UK OIVKX TK.ST down to the metal. lie was arrested Dolice Rhoden. Susie Rhoden seats where buyers are waiting to "

us election. available $1.100,000 In federal Brooker, Sunday morning were -- by Deputy Sapp In an apparently and Rowe were seated in an automobile bid on the prodpce. An auctioneer ;'

\ A speaker favorable or unfavor- aid money, which added to the conducted at the Antioch church Gainesville Mar. 22. The intoxicated_ condition__ and following outside the home of calls. out. the, bids and when the V
tile towards the repeal of the laws $909,000 allocated for 1929, I Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock, possibility: or a text 01 Alacnua me 00 mining 01 a mass or Frank KewlM near Cyler, accordIng nignest bidder- In announced, lie 'f -_ _

'rohlbltlng pari-mutuels or other makes a total of slightly more ,A staunch member of the Baptist county's no-fence law was seen broken 'glass In the burned car, It to reports, when Altman was writes a slip which In turn goes to "' V _

Grins of gambling can pick his than 2000000. Expenditure of church Mrs. Barry was widely yesterday of a test of Alachua was thought by officers he was said to have appeared and opened a cashier, who writes out a check $(,\\1 i,' .

ommittees from groups on either' every dollar of this amount was known in the section which had county's no fence law was seen transporting liquor and set lire to lire for the produce. ;" 1, '

icle of the Issue. Consequently.he provided In the department's budget been her home for many years. yesterday following the Impound I the machine to destroy the evi Susie Rhoden IH survived by her One cent a package" IH charged 1 :I',;

position this year is even more for the current year, Mr. Dent The esteem in which she was held ing of eight; cows near Archer after dence.1 mother, Mrs Riley Rhoden( Mac all auction fees. O rowers have the I" V V

mportant Inasmuch as a race icy said.A was testified to by beautiful floral they had wandered into Ala- Malphurs was represented by clenny; three sisters, Mrs. Ada privilege; of taking or refusing the ) .

rack gambling bill. with a local.ptlon reduction in the payroll of offerings I at the grave.I' chua from Levy county. Col.. D. J<;. Knight of Starke, who Hugger Macclenny; Varle and highest bid offered and can either Vy,1 ": :,

clause, probably will be in- the road department for the DeWItt C. Jones company, of The cattle were the property of presented an able defense for bin Violet Rhoden at home, and three still their produce elsewhere or 1// '

produced either in the house or month of February as against the Gainesville were in charge of the B. T). Matthews. who liven a short client but was, unable to breakdown brothers, Dolice Otis and Joseph ship It. ; i!

finale and very likely In the low- same month of last year showed funeral arrangements. I distance' across the county line In the strong testimony of witnesses Ithocleu all at home. I this week ranged from II : l'Price"

f r branch. a saving of more than $13,000.Mr. Surviving Mrs. Barry are three 'Levy county. They were Impounded for -the state Gainesville; .L The_ .. body. will__ be conveyed_ from to $5 for cucumbers. $ L.75 to '2.-.. ",' 1\\ ..
Control; of the senate Is already Bentley said. This was aflectecl daughters: Mrs. Lois Jones, of by T. O. Lindsay' on his farm i residents wno wiinesRea the ecci-! 'I'me usnoie. rnnerai Parlors in :25 for henno. $Z.OO to $2.25 for ',1,1,

ettled through the election of he explained, wthout: do- I Waldo; Mrs. Annie Harrell of r just Inside of Alachua county dent County Attorney Johns represented Jacksonville this. morning to Tay- squash $1.75 to $2,25 for pot&'t'" I

-enator J. J. Parrish. of Tltusvllle, Ing the slightest, harm to any Santa Fe; Mrs. Rosa Lynn, of I when Lindsay mild, he found them | the state. Malphum will lor cemetery Baker county, where toes, $1.25 to $1.50 for poppers, '$:',
jt the close of the last session. branch of the department 'and Lakeland, and two sons O. W. wandering at large. fare trial at the next term of court funeral services and Intermentwill and $1 to $j.Gofor eggplant..it'si'lcli.t I

!nhc upper branch. In accordance without the Impairment of any Parry, of Brooker and O. C. Burry Matthews, represented by Evans on a. charge of transporting! liquor. \ take place at 11 o'clock. I'

Mth custom, meets Just before class of work. The current month of Tampa.! Halle, yesterday' took legal/: action Kmory: Matheny. driving tractoron WI'\TtIl.n: : n.c a : OF HH'T:
:
'Kl8lature adjourns, picks a presl- will show a still further reduction against; J. J. Blgham Archer marshal the lirooker highway, wan : mtlt, WKKKKMM.Xi : : I ria.v : : : it f'.
MARCH
!lent and other officials! from he added.A Jerry Carter hotel and deputy sheriff, the .resultof found not guilty by a Jury, and ( 2H, IIKil _np..nt_ o"tlonn...,.. n'. aVaft'., 1.-.... '_. fA.
aa commission ,,".t.. ,. ...u... .u.._._. .._.._.... ,' ____'- '. nno -- Y .uu. 'to:
imong Ita membership, usually cumulative saving In the operating er on February 11. Immediately which was expected to deter. I n. V LU. "c. a.u KKalllKtthe Report by IT. Forestry: Service -.I of county commissioners over the i;>

electing a leader from the group cost of the road depart- began figuring ways and means to Ine whether the county or the own- county board of bond trustees. Starke Station. state in reducing the number of .. ..V

omlng up for re-election. This ment which will arrive at a con- reduce expenses. One of his first er were responsible for the costs Enoch Kelly Hubert Kelly, Kin. Date Max. Mln. Justices of the peace will bring I
wllcy' gives the prospective president Iderable total at the end of the in impounding the cattle. ney Kite VBHCO \Forsyth George Precip. together "If ,
: acts was to suspend the travel bureau Reddish Mar. 15. 85 64 a number of the justices : !
an excellent campaign talk-I year was brought about in a revision which was being operated asa THANKS IIKI VltOSHOltK. murder and assault with ,Intent to Mar. 16 R2 66 1.40 In convention In Orlando on March i: .I

is point to use In addressing his' of the maintenance system unit of the hotel department at KICS: over to circuit accessories; bound Mar. 17 74 69 27. The main discussion will be 11\;\ ,

onmltutents. Because of this Mr. Bentley said. This branch 'a cost In excess of $45,000 a year. court. Mar. 18 68 47 proposed legislation abolishingt. J'
Fonzo
ustom. gossip heard throughout represents items and Is constantly A number of reductions were duly Fred F. Stamp chairman disaster ; continued.Prevatt. assault and battery Mar. 19 68 45 alleged/: antiquated laws. and the fVr :, '

*>uth Florida mentions Senator enlarging as roads are completed. made in the working personnel relief committee for Bradford Jim Refuse, concealed Mar. 20 78 43 .04 enactment of new ones placing "':';, 1 )
'at Whitaker, of Tampa and H Ills- 'he explained. By lengthening the with the assurance that a considerable County Chapter, American weapons: Mar. 21 75 67 Justice of the peace'officers' on a

borough county, aa the probable average mileage in the main sections saving will be brought Red Cross wishes to thank Mrs. days.plead guilty. $100 and costs or 90 Mar. 22 86 60 __ higher standard. Those behind "I""J" .

'resident' of the 1931 senate be- and giving the labor units about during the current year. O. P. Raymond and Mrs. Irene Poesy Brown concealed Mar. 23 89 66 .04 the convention believe that It wilt { : ;,

"Ulle his term expires tms year., additional work. Mr. Bentley nas Facing an actual deficit of more Lamb for their work In collecting weap- Mar. 24 k 70 bring clone to four or five hun.. ". i 'V
ons; plead guilty. $100
Half the senatorial personnel elthK found it possible to effect a notice- than $48.000 when he assumed funds at Lawtey Hampton and of 6 months. Brown and cost Mar. 25 89 61 dred Justices. I.I',

retire or seek re-election every able saving. A portion of his instructions charge of the fresh water fish and Starke for the storm attempted to Mar. 26* 89 53 .
sufferer
in
draw his when 1"I.OIUIJ.H"I'O.
I'et 'Ion. gun he was being : IJ |\ HOl'TIIAIUI'LANK V
: which makes It obligatory game department on February 25. West Florida. Those who have placed under arrest-the Mar. 27 87 63 IS
Of the 87 members of the 1927 for the foremen 'to work Commissioner Woodward was not donated and wish to contributeto costing him an additional attempt Mar. 28 89 61 : OW.VKKSHIP:
|iic; -. 19 were re-elected. IndlldIr themselves precludes the familiar forced to suspend virtually his three
entire the fund for storm relief in the months on the road gang. Florida stands second In the
only one from Hlllsboroughounty spectacle of one man standing Idly field forces and place the western part of our state can Frazier Shaw', reckless Total rainfall for 2 weeks 1.49 south and eighteenth In the country T
John T. Lowe of Plant by while two are engaged In man greater burden of law enforcement leave donations at either bank or I ( of automobile; plead operation -S from the standpoint of licensed

'I'lty f Leo Stalnaker and F. L. D. ual labor. he added. upon the sheriffs% of the various at the Red Cross office In Starke. $25 and costs. guilty. State highway department. aircraft owner, according to the 4V

l'arr have been replaced by WI1"m !- The hotel and the fresh water counties. Of the deficit. In Mrs. Raymond who In. secretaryof _-_ changes route of state highway latent report Issued by the department .

/ J nivens and Tom Walden.' fish and game departments presented excess of $20,000 was representedin the local branch, t>"* been giving south through Hartow. of commerce. .
W..th' half much more difficult problems \ -I unpaid salaries and Ocala New mortuary ,t .
of the senate serving expense accounts a great deal of her time without recent- Thirty Floridians own airplanes .
wlr second session and 60 per- than did the others particularly dating back to November coat to the chapter to the work am ly opened here. under license and there are 67 licensed
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ant' of the remainder returning the latter which was more 30, last year. Tile financial condition required. She has accomplisheda Lake Worth American Legion pilots In the state. the third j I' '

.from,l' successful) campaign for re- than $46,000 in arrears when J. of the department at present great deal of good Id and around post will erect $16,000 boxing r largest total In the southern eec't Vlion.

tio n' approximately 75 percentrf B. Royall was suspended as Commissioner is a problem which will likely Starke and Mr Stump on behalfof Mr. and Mrs. Robert arena. The bulletin also lists 87 4t

the present personnel of the upPer and C C. Woodwardwas call for legislative consideration *t toe Red Cross organization de- Starka son. March 24. Cooper Palm Beach county Fair Association licensed mechanlcn in Florida. %

brunch are veterans of the appointed as his successor tbe approaching session of the lef urea to publicly express his banks, Mr. and Mr8. formally opened new ex Only Texas snrpaawir Florid In i
19:7 meeting. Ben Bostaln, who succeeded ![Itlature. for her effort Sydney Grlffla, hibition, 'ground In ''Belvedere licensed plloti ranking with 203 .
I ttarka son, March 26. Park In West Palm Beach. and 99 respectively ; T 4.j I V V55I5lV Vl

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.n;;i t'' I I[ Filling The Legislative j Hopper -J house Fred in held the H. Davis the number record, speaker of for bills the of Intro-session the speak was that then only talking that in a the: natural movies thought should voice.'. struckme be It _'


'. ;' duced In the house with 85. Comparatively known as "speakeasies, Mills _
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4 By bud ley V Haddock the preliminaries, the carpet layIng I few of them related to I Lee said! In telling how she originated = .

7 Legislative Bureau, Florida State and so on prevented further Leon county which he represented the slang/ term as applied to

Chamber of Commerce Introduction of bills until the llth however, for the speaker spon- I talking pictures. l i

and during the interval the members sored many of the administration = r' 3 lrl
Does the Trick
"( How many records, if any will applied themselves intensively measures Sidney Catts, Jr., of .Amplifier _

". d fall In the battle of bills at Tallahassee to the work of drumming up Palm Reach held second place To go into the subject more
: with 72 but did so by a mere technically, the voices of the players -
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,,,j during the sixty day period business. On May 10 bills offered
t f .", ( beginning; April 2? Who will throw numbered 81 but April 11 provedto for his colleague, R. B. Oliver are regulated' by an operatorwho
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the most bills Into tile legislative be high water mark. Normally offered 68. Fred Valz, of sits oft the camera lines witha
telephone head set lie Is known
r+ a f hopper, who will offer the least about 30 bills were introduced Jacksonville, was responsible for
number? Will Governor Carlton's : dally. The low water mark was 68, and P. Guy Crews, of Jackson- as the "mixer," for It is he who rl -=

announced determination to veto I reached May 14 with only eleven for 65. Others who maintained a regulates the volume and tone ot

every measure not meeting the re- offerings.: The previous day there healthy pace were Dr.: W, A. MacKenzie -, the voice! While a player may be
his lines only above a
quirements of the law relative to I had been only 13. There was a Lake county, 60 and Jos. i whisper speaking the "mixer" regulates the

proper advertising stem the tide reason for these two light days, Crews, Hardee, GOThe Dade amplifier which records the voice

i i of local bills? I however, for on the last day of the county delegation was Industrious, that It be heard distinctly
Delving into the records of the previous week 81 measures had I Joe Dillon offering 55 bills, FjedL. so may equipment.
the reproducing
session of 1927 some interesting been introduced to be followed I Weede 63 and Karl Wilson 61 over if the voice Is _
lly the same token, SJ
facts in the way of figures come Monday, May 12 with 57. The No other member introduced as loud the mixer regulates his dial r c "'

to light. In the house, were offered member on May 13 and 14 were many as 50, Lee Booth, of Jack- so that It will not sound distorted "wn

)i 1,824 bills and resolutions, merely out of ammunition as a result sonville, topping: the trailers with I "The Carnation Kid" has Doug-

; of which 1,051 were local and a of the barrage the previoustwo 44. las MacLean in the starring role ,,,
large share of the remainder general working, days. H. E. Corry of Quincy and R. with an excellent supporting cast pq ", -.r..' +fZ:31w: 4 d ''y ,, ... ,. .. ...

sr measures of purely local ap- The senate never did approachthe L. Mllllnor, of Madison, were at composed of besides Miss'! Lee, Lor- .:.. I '. ', .. .r+... -. ---'s.-rs., +wM :Vr{ ? )rrw

1 pi 'atlon. The senate was present record of the house On April the foot of the list with one bill raine Eddy William II, Davidson, i ..,,. 4t i. ? .Ctiuv Eamden' 4cM.'n.-w .a '.n ,+rrs.

jw ed with 943 measures of which 7, the flrst day for Introduction of each whllo! second honors went to Francis ,McDonald and many oth- HrfeI

603 were local. Of course, many bills, only 35 were offered and this R \V Farnell, Lake City, and L. ers.

of the remaining/ 430 were of local figure was within three of the P. Hasan, with only two each. iFl

T #k application in the guise of general! high water mark recorded on May Of the major county delegations ...1.N...N.hY...e...1. :: I t.fcJi"1", u : ,,
: "' bills. 11 and again May 27 when 38 Columbia apparently thought ntMaeea
",,!h< 41 lUft'3' 'J I m ..x ITT I BnriAL.3KOUD .
+I k The 1927 session began Tues. were Introduced. It was on May 9 little tinkering; with the laws was : Keystone HeightsMl : awn i 1 Yr. e

P, 1 day, April 6 but bills were Introduced that the senators surprised official necessary. The two representatives .. Helen OBden. Cor. vnvv
r :. + in the house Tallahassee 5 Introduced only seven bills .
only one day by offering only t
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between them during the entire
that week because of the usual pre. bills, the smallest number Intro-

# j llmlnarles, such as organizing, receiving duced in any one day. The sen- session while Senator W. W. Phillips Death. of Prominent Keystone i

the message of the governor ate's weekly Introduction record representing that senatorial Height Man.It rr

l' t s and so on. The house decided follows: 50, 100, 99, 89, 104, 136, district, offered only 21. was with deepest sorrow that arm. sa : rumpfjiu I

l too, upon convening, that 103, 154 and 108. The Dade county house delega- the people of Keystone Heights '-I- I
the floor needed a new carpet or The last day introduction of bills ton! offered' 159 measures while learned of the death of Mr. JohnJ. "': 4
of the house.
I A SMALL COLONIAL COTTAGE J of fifty feet so that plenty of free sign
something of that kind, and took was permitted, June 2, found both Senator John W. Watson of MI- Lawrence, which occurred at
time out for a couple of days while calendars crowded with measures ami introduced 63. The Duval six a. m., Monday, March 25, at ,i R. C. Hunter- yard space will be provided and A warm air furnace In the eel.
(by & Bro. Archts.
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4 the work was being done. Any- but still there were some members house delegation introduced 177 St. Luke's hospital, Jacksonville.Mr. New York. with windows on all sides it makes lar provides economical beating.
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( way, the first week saw only 37 who had something to offer at the' while 38 originated with Senator\ Lawrence- had not been well A complete little home is this i; a home that is delightfully livable. Modern plumbing and electric wlr-

's 'a'' L bills introduced. Thereafter the final moment and the house list Waybrlght. Hlllsborough's rep- for sometime, but has been ableto It will not tax the pocket book to The layout' the plan shows a Ing are provided.A .

", :i weekly bill introduction was as was increased by 19 while that resentatives offered only 39 but be around town and to attend build to compact arrangement no lost cellar extends under the entire .
or maintain and it is
t1 follows: 256, 183, 212, 235, 238, of the senate was boosted by 34. Senator Whitaker introduced 73. i to his various: business Interests. pleasing to look at. space, no wasted steps, a place for house and here Is located the

{ 234, 301 and 128. Incidentally more than fifty percent From Plnellas the house) received lie went to the Jacksonville hospital It has good proportions, sets everything.The laundry.
The greatest number of bills Introduced of those offered' the senate at 81 measures Senator Jon S. Tay- the first of last week think- close to the Interiors should be deco- Complete working plans and
ground and detail
;? yl in the house any one day he last moment came from Senator lor offered 60. The three representatives ing he might be benefitted by Is true to the old type.every De-- rated and furnished in the simple I specifications! may be obtained fora

k a was on April 11 when 94 were Howard O. Putnam, ,of Oak from Polk introduced treatment there. His death was a signed for a lot with a frontage Colonial manner which which '. nominal sumfrom, the building
c recorded. It was the second bill 1111, who turned In eighteen, the only 37 bills. Senator Swearingen decided shock to his friends. Mr.Lawrence would be In keeping with the de- editor. Refer to House A-167,

Introduction of the session. The bulk of which were for the purpose offered 69.Senator. was the son of Hiram A. driver, "I can easily make It."
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1 ''r legislature/ convened April 6 but validating time warrants Is- S. W. Anderson, of and Julia Walrath Lawrenre and "And I say you can't," shouted li"" : : ---= : .,iI

Gadsden, president of the upper"i' was born In Summerhill Township, the front-seat passenger. "The

-- .. house, apparently was content t o]''Pa. He was the founder of Keystone traIn will beat us by twenty seconds I
permit his colleagues to do all the I Heights and for several ." J. R. DAVIS & CO.

How work of drafting and offered pro, years was president of the Law- "Cwan "
a to PlayBRIDGE said the driver, who '
481 lie Introduced, Co. He was also
posed measures. rence Developing kept Increasing his speed while 1'1'
i Nyrt only three throughout the session,,, Interested in the developing of the agument continued.

Senator Hlnley, of Live Oak, set,.1 Sebring, Florida. Mr. Lawrence Finally a passenger In the rear INSURANCEAGENCY

the next' best record with tour and was an earnest and sincere Christian i' seat, who had sad! nothing so far 1

Senator A, M. Taylor, of St. Aug.1 man, kindly and courteous to' remarked as he clutched the sidesof

Series 1928-29 by ustine held third! place with five. : all he camo In contact with al- I'I the rushing car, "For my part, ESTABLISHED 1886

_ !o? Wynne Ferguson Senator JIf., Scales, of Perry,, ways ready with a helping hand I don't care a hang who wins this ,

g had expressed the determinationat to all who needed It, a man whom race but I hope It won't be a tie."
Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" the outset of the session not to all were the better for knowing, STARKE FLA.

{; introduce a single bill during the ond-a man who will be missed by Interior of Jacksonville's post I III!I
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r, CopyrlsUl 19i, by Hu,lo, Jr. sixty days but he was made chair- young and old, white and black. ofltce will be remodeled. : __ __:' __.__ .. :

man of several important commit- He is survived by his widow, Mrs. .
ARTICLE No. 23 tees and as such had to sponsor a Agnes E. Lawrence and the following ,.-----___.__.______________,__AWE

'; Learn to hold your cards in such a No score, rubber game. Z dealt and bid number of committee measures. sisters and brothers: Mrs.

way that jour opponents cannot see one club A passed! and V.bid three His contemplated clean record l KImer: Lowlnan, Concord: Kan.;
them. This advice may seem unnecessary spades. Is bit! four hearts, Z bid four went by the board, he Introduced Mrs. J. A, West. Pittsburgh, Pa.;
to the majority of players; but, if spades and A and Y passed. Should B eight bllla. Senator Singletary. of Mrs. Emmet E. Rose, Tuscon, Arz. '
u +' M they will take notice, they cannot help double four spades, bid five hearts or Marianna offered only ten but Rev Win. Lawrence, Cranesvllle, 'j''j'i
but admit that hoM their ?
many player pass from that figure the record climbed Pa.; J. A. Lawrence, N. Gerard, S
cards in such a way that one or both Here is another freak hand and one '
d opponents can get a good look. A fair that should be carefully considered. to the 73 set by Senator Wit- Pa.; K. C. Lawrence, Dunkirk, N.

opponent should call attention to this The bidding, should indicate a blank aker, of Tampa. Other large Introduction Y.; P. A. Lawrence, Farrell, Pa.;
I ) carelessness and request his opponent heart suit or at mOAt a singleton heartin figures were those of C. J. Lawrence, Pittsburgh, Pa.;
i to hold his cards so that his cards cannot Z's hand, and tho same holding in Senator Putnam, of Volusla! 72, and J. It. Lawrence, Keystone i,,
'' j _u be seen., clubs in Y's hand. If such is the case, Senator Swearingen, of Oartow, Heights.''*' The funeral services
On the other hand, players will I) cannot figure than
on more two sure
many
G9!), Senator Watson, Miami, 63 will be held In the Keystoife
not warn an opponent of his careless tricks (the me king of diamc",Is) and "
ness. Their argument is that if a man two possible tricks (one in hearts and and Senator John S. Taylor, Heights community church on

in careless it is his own lookout; and on I in clubs). A cannot be dependedupon Plnellas, 60.Astonlsh'nent. Wednesday afternoon at two
'} xi 1 they do not hesitate to take advantage.: for a single trick, therefore B at the number ol o'clock < <

} )art 'si A player whose partner was particular: must win the required number of tricks bills Introduced at a session ol Miss >Ellen Kaye was hostess' to
ly careless about holding Ins cards, in his hand. As he
own cannot hope to the Florida legislature has been about twenty-three of her friends(
said to him: "Partner, you-had better win more than three tricks, he shontd I y.i MiNltUt.yiCA
? t show me your hand also as both the not double the four spade bid. expressed frequently by persons Sunday afternoon on a trip: around r 1'
adversaries have seen it." Don't be air On the other hand, when he figures familiar with the work of the as- Lake Geneva on the "Blue Lan- I
? "peeper" yourself and don't let the that Y Z will mike four he semblies of other states and Floridians tern," and a picnic supper on Gum -

"peepers" take advantage of your part- certainly is justified in biding five I time and again have pointed Island. The following guests en- I
nrr or of yourself hearts lie can hardly hope to make with Mlsa I
to the senate as a conservativebody Joyed the afternoon
( M ) article The have hands given In the preceding this bid but, even though!: he fails to do and the house as one which Kaye: Mr. and Mrs.\ Fred Carr, UNTANGLE YOUR PRINTING
S S / proven very interesting to so, the bid certainly will save game I
', In this The Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wlemann,[
riot respect
Ti f our readers. Here are the writer's.., and rubber and is, therefore justifiable runs
?iC analyses: If the opponents should lien bid five house Is not as bad nor Is the Misses Mildred Hupert, honor

i' W spades, B should double It is an interesting senate as pretty as they are pictured. guest, Jessie Smith Helen Lawrence -, PROBLEMS!
Answer to Problem No. 21
hand and should be carefully At the session of 1927 Gertrude Houser, Virginia'

L a Hearts- none noted. bills Introduced in the house av- Jane Miller, Arneeta and Helen

_ 1 L mondeA 10,9 i Y : eraged only eleven for each mem- Ogden, Dr. Uupert, Dr. Royal
S s 10,9,7 ( A D : Answer to Problem No. 26
55 senate than Dr. Austin Bliss, D. E.
ber while the more Dxon: ,
I' Spades- K, Q, J J, 10,9 : Z t Whatever
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they be
Hearts 5, 4 doubled, the senate average having Pangborn Chester Snowden, may we are competent to unravel
No score, rubber game. Z dealt and bill. Clubs -6, 3 been a fraction less than 25. Lawrence Walrath Vivian Anderson -

; one! heart, A bid one spade and Y bid Diamond A, K, 10, 9, 8 A comparison of the bill Introduction Frank Walrath, Jr. the tangled threads of your printing prob
four hearts. B and Z passed and A bid Spade.-A, K, 10, 9 record of 1927 with that Mr. and Mrs W. H. Ogden and
tour opndes. Y and B passed anSI Z IH 1 Iti. of the session which begins week Miss Gertrude Houser spent sat- lems.
Y five hearts. Should A double bid five
ti. 'should of Interestto Jacksonville.
I Y II t tt after next prove urday In ,
t spades or I'IIUP t IA BI II t tt statisticians. Mr. and Irs. George Daven-
We
do
In this hand it should be apparent Z good work and have it ready time!
t1 that Y Z have a freak hand and can I : port, Mrs. Rose Tlpplt and Miss o on e
I probably make five or more hearts. Onthf' TALKING IMCTIKKSCLAHSIKir.il : Mae Graham left Friday for their

f other hand it should be possible for No score, rubber game. Z dealt, bid : AS "!oII"\: K- home In Meadvllle, Pa While In We have the facilities for printing
? A B to make five Even if IiSlKS": 11V ..UTKKSSI.re ; anything
ftig spades. they one club anti A bid one diamond. What Keystone, Dr. Davenport purchased -
'?Y fail to do so, they probably will save a would l you do with Y's hand? Would I I 'a lot on Lake Geneva and from your letterhead to the
largest kind
and rubber with the bid. MovIt's. of cir
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tiln-s New
1' game )'ou double one diamond, bid one no I''rnnces )pe intends building a home here next a
t u For these reasons, A should undoubtedly trump or one spade? Name; Is leading Lady I cular. '
bid five spade Y certainly Y should Dot inform his; opponents\ fall.Dr. ___
will bill tin hearts Tlbbits Is spending a few
yet even that bid of the great utrenirth. rf his diamond Motion pictures Wth: talking
A should not double. In the actual days in Keystone on business! con
holding by doubling
by
or bidding
one henceforth' will be known You will be
,y}: l4rl A doubled five hearts, Z re.doubled no trump. I His bid is one tpade. equences nected with the camp he expectsto surprised what a difference good
and made a grand slam. Y was If his should 1 bid two-hearts, Y among Hollywoodltes as "speak winter.Dr. ,
partner next
S void of diamonds and Z was void of should bid easies.; It was Inevitable that the open careful will
two no If his printing make
trump. oppo- and Mrs. Crawford, Mr. in the of
clubs. Y Z easily made all the tricks!. as nents should bid more diamonds (most new development In filming mo- quality your
a Z also held the of lie and Mrs. E. A. Smith drove to St.
are spades. on the
he effects
unlikely) should 1, of course, double. tion pictures with sound advertising
lookout for freak hands matter.
of
this
type Don't be too eager to double a bid 1 of and voice recordings should raUvlctm Augustine Monday.
and don't let the fart that hold
von a one. It only Miss Janet Wood of Columbus.
warns your opponents of American habit
(rand to the great
I big coax into a double that
you your strength and rarely gives your nickname to Ohio, arrived In Keystone Heights Be through
every-
the bidding should 1 indicate cannot bemade. of applying a with'hasty.careless
h '' partner any information that is of any Tuesday morning to attend the incorrect, blurred -
value to him. thing ,-. _
of her frIend Miss Mildred \ 1
Answer to Problem No. 25 To Frances Lee the pretty lead- wedding circulars and
bar '. I ing lady of Douglas MacLean In his. I Rupert, whose marriage to I publications. I
-Y-tHarta-AIlQ,610,9,8
Dr. Austin Riles takes place
I latest Paramount-Chrlctle production !
'* A B i 1)iamand.-A, K I "The Carnation Kid," falls Thursday evening. Turn over a new leaf by letting us take care of'
i Spades- none the 'honor of calling the turn on The Allegheny Collego Alumni '
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talking films. Miss Lee arrivedat association held Its annual ban- your printing.

'conclusion after facing a quet Wednesday evening at Keystone -
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and cameras Inn About twentyfourwere
'" battery of microphones
Hearts- K. 8 :-[ on the first day of production present. Mr. J, Edwin Lar- Our prices are exceedingly reasonable.
Clubs 4, 2 ,' ,
of the comedymelodramlwhich son was toastmaster and Dr. Bruce "'-
\ Diamonds K, 8, 7 will be presented at the Florid Gamble, Senator Miller" and Dr. Let estimate
Spades- A. O us on
Hearts 10, 7 Hearts-9 theatre next week I William Crawford responded. The your next order.

Clubs J, 10,9 : Y : Clubs- none HAd Wrong Idea following officers were elected, Mr. .
Diamonds-9, S, 3 t A D 1 1)iamonde- "Before I made my first voice Larson, president; Miss Gertrude,

Spades 8 : Z : Spades- K, j, 10, 9, 7,3 test I labored under the Impres- secretary; and Ilev. E. D. Mowry, 1

i sion, as nearly everyone does the treasurer. Bradford
Clubs I trarts- none first time, that one would have to' County TelegraphStarke
K.U, 8,7
s 1 Diamonds-4 talk In a loud voice for record'ng.: The IX
by t Spades-6, 5, 4, 2 If was a natural thought that one I The passengers In the big car
would have to do this! In order that speeding toward the railroad Florida
There are no trumps and Z !I. In the lead. 1 How can Y Z so play the hand that the voice would carry distinctly' crossing began arguing -whetheror ,
? { thean wm. eight of the nine tricks against any defense Solution in the next to all parts of a large theatre, not they could beat the train.!

an e. 'I Just as a stage actor does. Imagine II I I i "Don't get excited; said the' .. .
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-" dlctment charging malpractice In I NNNNN...NNNHAMPTON ...... Sapp were shopping In Gaines!! ''llle Mr. Will Andrews and son Guy Hard to l'Ieaae, J 1
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office by a Dade ,I
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph today. The jury county also filed grand a jury par- I : : r last week. of New River were visiting at the Three people died, and finally)) J'

tical report recommending that .. MI.. AriH Nla....... Cur. The Wateroak U Y. I I*. I'. entertained home of Mr. and !Mrs Drew Reddish appeared before the pearly gates. : I

that he Is a sympathizer In the ............44..... + .. 'I the Corlnlh people Sun- Sunday. To the first one Saint Peter asked: I

activities of the fraternity day ght with !Mr. Kelix Sapp and Willie Rod- "
gambling n a (play "The Three "Where are you from? "
J. C. Weeks and wife
of Jack .
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Live State and habitual consumer of Intoxicating ; Vli'tors." It wa i rendered by the I gcrr j motored to Lake Duller Sunday "Kansas." was the reply. ''I'
[ News : 1 liquor: : and by virtue of sonville. were the guests of 1\11'.1 I following pupils: said t :
"Fine Saint Peter "Go .
his conduct generally, officiallyand Weeks' sister, Mrs Elsie Spark- I i .4.1.dent, Frank Norman; vice Mr P. D Redd.sh: was transacting right In." Then turning to the .; r) .

otherwise he Is essentially an man this week, president William Alvarez, Bible business In Jacksonville Saturday .
socond one he Inquired: "And
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Improper person and unfit to ad- Herbert Durden of Thomaston, readers' leader Felix Sapp.; Knowledge afternoon. where are from'" ," j f
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES judicate the vices of others. The his Lulled Alvarez, Chorister Miss Roberta Connor was visit- you" ; 't:
Ca.. Is vljiting parents Mr. "Colorado.
Indictment charged 'that Judge Agnes lug in News Itlver afternoon '
Monday
Supp; Spirit Mattle Norman "
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!Norfleet: I and Mrs. A. A. DurdonKev. "All right-go in. I
acted "corruptly and unlawfully" '
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---- In ordering the returnof '. Norris filled his regular .
Co Sec. !
; I' Ola Mae Alvarez; ed the third."Florida ;;\ '
IJ .1111! Eliminations for the I If I proposed"bill would be manada- an alleged gambling wheel appointment at the First Baptist Secretary Edith: Conner.It A splendid spirit of co-operallon ," '::. l I t

f. jttn'", lentils tournament to be I tory, giving| women duties equal which: had .been. seized. in a raid. church last Sunday morning and was a very Interesting program was mown In Leon county recently "Well-l-I" said Saint Peter li' !(

; the University of Florida and we hope everyone enjoyed when the Leon County Dairy Asso- ;(
,iii u' with the duties of men In Jury Tallahassee Just before ad- even'ng.Mlsn slowly; "go In and look around, 1 ;

: \prll. ore under way over Florla service but would have journing its Kathryn Weest celebratedher It c'utlon and the 4-H club boys of but t I'm afraid you won't like It." ",;lt'..1 i.1I '
, i a qualifi- open hearings for !Mr. Pledger Johns wan visiting I the county held joint meeting to I '" 1.1.!"
s xteen of Ocala's best metr cation to exempt the home clemency', the state board of par- sixteenth birthday last Saturday relatives In Ooala I l'l"ln : 1 t
maker. Saturday and lay plans for the year. The dairy I, 1."IlIt''I"'
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evening, 23, with
,> ,' \II\ > select the champion local dons today took under advise- a Sunday. dub boys In Leon have some of First Darkey: "What fo' you

, m?Th for entry in the state meet Orlando Carl Barber, former ment another appeal for a conditional party,. which was a very enjo'ableaffair. Air. and !Mrs Chas D. Alvarez the animals. in the state namo yo' baby 'Electricity: ,' 'hi'I.( 'J .
/ Many interesting games .
; pardon for J. J. Mendenhall, "
/ Orange county commissioner was I and and little daughter Jane were visIt !Mose ,f 1
were played enjoyed.
". Lakeland -- Aviators who fly found not guilty of charges of PInellaa county life termer. The Miss Kathryn received 'ng at the home of Mr. and MmO. Tallahassee--$5,000 store and Second Darkey: ""'pIl, mail ,. !

vsr! t this section should have littlerouble second degree murder by a jury plea was made by State Senator beautiful, many i. W Andrews of Ha If or d Sunday filling station lo be erected on W.Pensaeola name am 'Mose' and mah wife's l' !
useful and At
ilL Identifying Lakeland. after it had deliberated more than I \Vlll'am' C. Hodges of Tallahassee present. Mr. L. L. Conner was transacting 1- street. name am 'Dinah.\ : and If Dinah-. M1' .
the conclusion of this
pleasant
eve-
l-h. word "Lakeland" Is being five hours. The charge was placed! who called attention to Mendenhall's ning, three delicious cakes including business In New River Mon- New Smyrna plans to develop noose don't make electricity what '0' j .

,(laa 11the largest letters in against Barber following I the fatal good record in prison and beautiful cake da)'. I'ark and playground., does dey muket"-Open Road. q.j. : '
birthday
a was
]tn) <'" the name possibly has evef shooting of Harley W. Cox his alleged activities in saving the .
at Ft. served with Ice
cream Twenty-
-tpelled oa the roof of the elate thousands of dollars on prison I
Christmas
eeo near here on February four happy boys and girls participated of'
at the local airport.! 7 building projects. Mendenhallwas !
after
angel an
argument over the sale In this delightful affair. 11 11I J
of sent to prison nearly 15 years
cattle Barber ,
surrendered to There will be an Easter pro- \\I
ago for the slaying of two womenon
nearwaler Sunday movies, .
,, county officers Immediately after- gram rendered at the Rapt 1st "i;
roadside:
dancing and beach amuse- a near Tampa Mem- "
unday ward and admitted shooting Cox ; '
church next nalI
Sunday by the ,
I were "0. K.'d" in a special bers of the board said their execu ,
tents and claimed self-defense. '
tlst Sunday school There will } '
lleitlou held here to determineheir tlve session to pass upon 'the application -I t
would be held before also be an Easter egg hunt givenin
not
( status. Sunday movies were Orlando Albert Judy, 16. the church garden Immediately V
M
pproved by a majority of 264 was killed, and his mother Mrs next week. The board heard'prote8t a after the program Is rendered. ental

ules Sunday dancing by 60, andeal'lI John Judy, severely Injured when against the granting of Miss Jeannette Durden of Tampa pictures every ":
amusements by 275. clemency to John J. Lamb, Manatee -
) their automobile turned over near county life termer, toe state was the guest of her uncle, A.
Clermont today. They were accompanied A. Durden last Sunday.
board of pardons Into Its
swung
Proposed revls-
Tallahassee -
by Mrs. Helen Grime, a Mrs. !Mamie Burns and daughter :
?,'n< at rates In Florida to ellmi- neighbor There were several open session today with adjourn- Macon Ga. '
of were the guests
in
ate' alleged discriminations of brooms tied to the side of the car, ment sight.. of Mrs. Burns' sister-in-law, Mrs car buyer ]:

(true fruits, vegetables and other which came untied and Mrs. Winter Garden The of J. I.. Cooke this week. :
town
,roducts of the state, were taken Grime was attempting to prevent Oakland, three miles- west of here, Hev. Clarke, of Waldo( pastorof :.
,.
'ip here today at a conference be- them from falling when she lost the Methodist church here, wall :
Is the first In Florida to cut its
\teen Governor Carlton and a control of the car, which swerved visiting In our town last Monday.
taxes in halt for the 1929. It ,
,
year
'
p--ml" committee named for that and rolled over, crushing the boy Mrs. C H. Manalre entertained
purchased a new chemical! fire engine .. should have ;
urnoKe I henenih It. Mrs Grime was not traded for a new city hall the Ladles' Council of the Christain : t

1. Injured. church]
church last Wednesday
Miami -- Election of Joe II I I and put It In shape, and also starts afteinoon. A beautiful program i
the current year without a cent
;:ill as president and general manget
New Smyrna Bucking a of Indebtedness. All within the was rendered The subJet.t'used .- ',t
i 'of the Florida Power & Light strong wind, II. A. Patterson, was "How Church Attendance -

ompuny was announced by the Daytona Beach policeman did not last Dank year.of Two Oakland years temporarily ago the Helps Us In Living a Chrlst- SOME DAY you will consider buying .:,i

|>oard! of directors of the concern open Ills motorcycle to full speed' aln Life." The services were con-
closed Its doors and in doing so car. e
oday Mr. Gill formerly was vice today and registered a mile at carried along the town's cash bal- ducted by the president! \\Irs.V.. .
\ resilient and general manager of 109 miles an hour in an official 'H. Gratln:( At the conclusion hot made ':
ance. This necessitated making Keep in mind these pictures
bhe ,Company and has been in trial for the world's motorcycle chocolate and cake was served '
some loans to operate the cty! ,
barge of its affairs in the stateor record. The "flying cop" will go meet current expenses and pay the abundantly. from photographs of scenes at General "' 'I"Motors' "

[ a number of years. back on the beach tomorrow in an I' < Mrs. Sharehouse and daughters/ Ground' A
ofllcers. 5 Ince that time the loan n68-acrc Proving .
'
effort to beat the world mark of of Hawthorne, were I the guests of R. doing m Fravrng G,..."J r rJ, 'it
has been repaid. The town boughtthe
West Palm Beach A fine of 132 miles an hour. The trials are'' banking house and vaults, Mrs. Shareh'ouse'lslater, Mrs. L. car wallowing in a sunken road with t. list vrtM pares of Crawl Mettrt ,... : '

Ix cent i was Imposed In Lake : being clocked by the American G. Johns last Sunday. ,-u.tU".fflIJ".JI', "
which are now the nucleus of a water over the hubs a car bucking a
forth municipal court by Judge !Motorcycle association which has I r and W. D. Alexander and family, ,
compact little city hall, paid : I'
\'i11ll1nl l'owall'altalnst Edgar reeled special timing apparatus off every other floating debt. It spent Sunday afternoon In Gaines long stretch of cruel bumps and potholes -

|Mn ;..ulltof doing plumbing work v and Mrs. Wm Kammerer,

without first obtaining city: permit St. Petersburg-Kniniture dealers the through brick the highway center of which the town passes Is were: dinner guests of !Mr. and Mrs. of a heart-breaking; hill a car doing r .

The fine Is believed to have !, and storage warehouse opera- a part of the Orlando-Tampa 10'. A. Scott, of Staike last Sun- twists and turns and other acrobatics' a' y

le'ii,, the lowest ever fixed. of sections of Florida day.
'tors many | scene highway via Clermont and '
that few called do. i
will meet In Tallahassee, April 17 Polk City. The county and state cars are ever upon to

West Palm Beach Existence and 18 for the eighteenth annual l paid for It. ............,s, ....... W ,
uf. two "clearly defined" move- Kess'on: of the Florida Furniture t. Such are the tests given advance

menu -one to create a new ooastil -I'and Storage association local ............ Nw1 ..... VANDERBILT models of a General Motors car at the I ;. i !

county to embrace the town of furniture dealers have been ad- lilii. >l,.r c.itnitrr, f'i.r* I > I'

Palm I Beach and the other to con- vibed! One of the Important mat- !, S SAMPSON' CITY .*#..4.................. Proving Ground. The tests involve I : \ !J J1' It.o ..

-olldate the munlclpallt'es'! of Palm tern to be taken up Is the "national// *. Cleo Thomas .* )\ and Mrs Clayton ':1:1fr. speed power endurance braking, rid f. 4

Beach and West Palm lieach- home furnishing campaign a I .............+.......*.* and little daughter, Anna Muriel ing comfort handling ease; fuel oil and '; "
were disclosed here tonight by $5,000,000 nation-wide advertising A ..,rnrfie"b.rh cab"a rt w.b ur', bf I
A very Interesting: party was of Jacksonville, were visiting 1\11'''
[Representative R. E. Oliver. program endorsed by national tire body strength tin Prtriff GrtmnJ tn&titttrj tXMtlj{ Whet : p! ,
economy, every
.. .. .. .. given at the home of Mr. and Crawford's parents, !Mr. and Mrs t: r
Key West Contract has beenlet dealers and. manufacturers.* Mrs. Newl1'al'l'en Saturday eve- Arther Alvarez Sunday phase of car construction and perform uhnt*tor n Jnttn thn tvtttr. ; ,

ning.: All reported a nice time. Mi. and Mrs. H. C. Cone and
for the erection of the $12,001)) Fort Lauderdale-Ted Herrell ance. When every test has been met, the $ .
Miss Novella King of Hampton, family, of Starke. were visiting at
:Vew York state monument, to be wanted! here in connection with I spent t this week-end with her the home of Mr. and Mrs J. C. factory goes ahead and builds your, car ;; J
placed here New of Pat Ilalferty whose
in honor of the the slaying
friend, Miss Cleo Thomas. Alvarez, Sunday. I
fork found in !New: River after like these proved models.
soldiers who died at this port body was I
Mr. Harry Davis was visiting In Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner and
'during the period of the Civil war a battle between rumrunnersand Lake Geneva Sunday afternoon daughters, Ida Mae, Edith and El-': 1

iccordlng to advices received hero hl-jackers, has been returned I Miss Thelma Drown spent few na, were visiting: friends in Law- l; Keep these pictures in your mind.

The monument is being established trom Duncan, Okla., for trial Her days with her sister this week. tey Sunday afternoon. 4'' They will come in handy next time you

by the New York monument rell was connected with the affair Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn and Misses Huth and Agnes Sapp and .
commission It will be through the finding of an automobile are buying a car. .
probably family were visiting relatives here Mr. Felix Sapp were shopping In .f \
unveiled In the fall. said to have belonged to him. t
Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville Saturday J.t' J.
S started when
The shooting affray I Mrs Dora Brown Is spending a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curdy of bt

Miami Complications whichset an alleged rum-running party was few weeks with relatives. Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs. + ,1'
during the I : On tkiifnr-mtli tut trttk lh MXrun
In following an automqb: accident attacked by hi-Jackers Mrs. Curley Smith and children Curdy's parents, Mr and Mrs. ingmiiri
proved fatal tov alter A. transportat of liquor from Bim-,' of Hawthorne, spent theVeek-end Auther Alvarez. t s tff ntffit *ni J*,}, ft "":1 tfiiJ, If
Inn]nil tnu a itmtU ,
Kohlkepp 37, vice president and Inl. 'I here. : Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and Mrs. W. ttiftct.s&a
S b
general manager of Carl O. Fisher I I '
Properties. He died after failing Tallahassee Chairman Robert ; t' "t /
!
health which lasted for about W Bentley of the elate road n B'X ,

three weeks. The automobile accident department, announced today that I 1 .

In which Mr. Kohlkepp suf- road No. 1, between here and Pen- ?t \

fered fractures of the skull, occur- sacola, which has been closed I i

red on Jan. 6. since the coming/ of the flood In

West Florida will be opened by I JIt

St Petersburg The AmericanRed noon tomorrow. The water receded II -

Cross will hold a first aid to such an extent during the I to enable highway II cry iilJtM trt bills ft iluf *t
and days
life saving training school past few +
"
; bills e
___ t' Til* tnff tfoJt./tnkw"y ;
temporary ,
here from to place __ y
April 1 to 6, and two workers .
Chotawhatcheeand I fir,,,,,. Ttit till U ij fir tint red j I f'
hundred Florida communitieshave bridges over the V i / Yi C a
been Invited to enroll. The Yellow rivers, where wash I /;.,. +jlffy muilll fuJ H mlu i t tt' t

school U the first move In a stateside outs occurred, to enable traffic lobe
and from Pensa- : .
campaign to reduce accidental resumed to t' CEVROLET.ymodeis.ltjOAKLAND.8models.tyl- CADILLAC. 11 models. $)19'-

deaths by drowning and other cola, Mr. Bentley. .said.. 97t). A ux in he price range of $r)7S' New Oakland All American $7000. The Standard of the world. '
causes Nationally known experts :2:2PILv' the four Smooch, powerful 6- Six. Distinctively original Famous efficient. 8-cylioJcr 90-
in land and water safety will Ocala A 200 acre tract of : II. cylinder valve-m-hcad engine appearance. Splendid performance. degree V-type engine. Luxurious 1
#
compose the land within one and one-half t lieaufifu! new Fisher Bodies. Ali Luxurious appointments.. Attractive : bodies by risher and Fleetwood. t

faculty.. miles of the court house square I| : Light delivery chjiiif. Sedan colors. lobes by Fisher. Extensive range; ,of color. and upholstery .
the city and delivery model. |J4 ton chains RUICK.t9models.rc9f-rt4'. combination*
West Palm Beach-T. South- has been tendered arport.l: r, and z1ton) chassis with cab, The Silver Anniversary Duick. (AllPriuir.g.b.ricttxki. T_p', .M.uf '
worth alleged bandit, will be tried county for an up-to-date .: both with four ipecJs forward. Three wheel-bases from i it to 118 .Iw*.w.0CI'"<.luw.mt CMAC 1'....) j

In court here on March 26 on a according to an announcement i PONTIAC.7.mooels.$7..S-$8.9S. inches: Masterpiece bodies by ALSO 1

charge of murder In connection from George MacKay, chairmanof Now otters big six" motoring Fisher. More powerful, vibrationFRiGiDAIRE
4' Automatic Refriceraior. -
and aviation v' luxury low L-heaJ less Comfort and !
With the of II.M the transportation cost. Larger motor.
mortally wounding New silent model with
: !
I. of the Marlon county l ., engine; !larger. Bodies by Fisher. every mile.LASALLE.
Wells, committee I ontrol cabinets.
dealer Southampton, L.robbery I., automobile of commerce. Jas. J. I New attractive color anJ stylish 14 models. $u', cold.
during a line. $J.8 Companion car to Cadillac.:
Taylor city' 7$ J Jmenu
at| a fashionable winter home here. one of the men Is repre-// t OLDSMODILE.7models.$1I7SConunenc.d lines. Distinctive appearance. every family I
DELCO-LIGIITElectrie
Southworth was arrested leas than sentattve business $io)). The Fine Car si Low Price. 9O"'fegree; V-type 8 an hour and a half later and making this offer .to .the city.Tallahassee SERVICE 11// New models offer further refine inder engine. Striking color combination % Water conveniences Systems. and labor. ;
!
S beautiful bodies electrical
charged with I mechanically ajJ in the in by
the crme.: that saving devices for the firm.a .
Declaring + 'r Fisher Bodies-yr< at reduced Fisher.
e e
four governors. Drier.. Also Dew Sj'vsl[ and De I ,
Fort kin! to
CLIP
Myers Over million he was Lute
a and four cir model. ... TIlE
dollars worth of construction Is three congressmen cjeeitwwat .- Ills COUPON
Glaze, _
J. A. _
under judge serving -
cult
way in Lee county now. r 5

With probably an additional quarter time at the state to the prison elate board GENERALMOTORS ; GeaeralDforon -
of appealed (D
a million dollars worth to ford clemency. Plisse P t Al' Deroi'

tart within the next six months of pardons today for his .....1,01 recd ne. without obli/farifln '<:h. h
had presented B the r;
he fn/or ,
acCording to figures announced by Glaze said new produce! i have modus
former Governor ehekeJ-o:, o the _
G to
the B Kimball rontractor. Among I case Martin six times, but without result ?, f f. BRADFORD It ROLE T&. 0" ""' ,.,J.;. fisher with your !

projects I Is the Caloosahatchee advised to OI'ONTrAe

river bridge costing about $500.-I He salll he had Raiford"been and that "A car far everj purse and purpose'TVNl OBUICIC ...; bOLDSMonLB '
000.' out of DceDrrR
with a $100,000paving contract "hustle would restore / 'COUNTY a ODIl.JEl", ,. cxLnvD
next in the pardon board .", CF ng.4n a P.av..aJ Light ,
order. "ThIs Is anotherbootlegger's mrf solo ervrot Ma'es raped'..d Awoarrp Plan
hIs citizenship. Rrfrrgrr.rn ,
trick, he said. Glaze 7.-JSWaM)7----Es.d.oaaa Name........ 0' JY.' Bf
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Tampa _
... .r,1I1W1
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The Florida League distinguishedkinfolks. I a .......,.
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Of his TELEGRAPHI ......
Women not name Addrea ....._ S
Voters will have a bill did ..... . .-.... ... .
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introduced la sessionof I & .......... I
the
coming .... ...... .
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the .
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the legislature to give women _._ Judge Tom Norfleet. F .. I
right to ItWat MiamU -
serve on juries court -
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decIded today at a state con6rence of the Dade named Ina an in-1 ir;
was f
record
which closed tonight. The of ttLYtP
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Mr. Hugh Butler Crosby and Mrs. L L. Morgan.Mr EVANS' FOOD STORES"Stores

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and o light onto my path.-Psalm 119105.: Mr' Lee Crosby were transacting Newn Hague was transacting .

business in Starke last Friday.Mr. business In Starke last Fri-
nrftrtlTTm-iSrtrtf ljrHJOrUillH 1JFIHUi: All religious teaching, doctrine or O. D. Colson was transactIng All Over Florida"Next
; creed
if
t they are to have any claim
upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with business in Starke last Friday day.Mr.. Ralford Crawford
transacting
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice was to Gaiety Theatre-Starke, Fla.

of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN Miss Carrie Dell Dukes, who business in Lawtey last Sat- ,

L .1 SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." spent several days of last week urday.A Here is the rule that built our: business and will continue to

r1 CJIItlHT! IS TIIK IKMMi prano and alto duet and choir). I In Cross City returned home last large crowd of young folks

John 10:9.: 11. I am the door; Mesdames E. M. Johns and E. Thursday.Mr. were dollgh: .}fully entertained at build it. '
1\1'1 C. C. Melvin was transacting
Its 'q by me If any man enter in, he shall Rook business in Starke last Satur- the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R.

''' be savod, and shall RO In and out, "Praise Ye the Lord." (Final day. Waters last Saturday night in hon A quare deal for everybody. Honest values-Satisfaction.

and find pa{Lure. 10. The thief chorus by the choir.) Messrs. G. W. and E. M Hazen or of Miss Louise Crews of Waldo.

cometh",, not, out for to steal, and were transacting business in There was a largo attendance and Lowest prices consistent to good:
back
h?; to kill, and to destroy; I am come KI'IHC'OPAL Starke last Friday quite a few of house games were business honey guarantee

!''Y';; that they might have life, and that Mr. and Mrs. Laird spent the played and as the crowd grew

;i they might have It more abundant Morning services at 11 o'clockby week-end in Jacksonville with larger the crowd adjourned to the Full 16 ounces to the pound. Courtesy and politeness.(

ly. 11 I am the good shepherd; Rev. Speekman; .of Penney friends and relatives. outdoors to play. At the hour of ..

:f n the Kood shepherd giveth his life Farms. Mr. Pete Parrish, J. T. and R. eleven the crowd adjourned and

r. +.a for the sheep II. Greene of Jacksonville, were reported of having spent a de-
Prnyrr In" Thee, 0 Lord, do I ritKSIIYTilCI.\N; : Mr. lightful evening.
vls'tlng and Mrs. It. H. Greene SUGAR 10 POUNDS 52
put my trust' ; let me never be put last Sunday.Mr. MIr L. R. Galney was transacting -
6:30: a. m. Sunrise Easter service
confusion. and Mrs. Harman Moody of business in Starke last Mon .
Who shall 'inherit the earth? In charge of the young people, Lacrosse day.
were visiting here last
Answer, read-Jas. 1 : G.HT"IC Lucille Mitchell, leader. Sunday.Mr. Mr.m and Mrs. Lyon Crosby and Van Baby"e Tall
. 10 a. m. Sunday. school.. J. M. MILK 9 j I
:
-- Mrs. Lee and .
;.1 ] .\ : MOK.MNG MUVH'13 ; Truby, Supt. and Mrs. R M. Gainey and Crosby children were

HAPTIST ...A t'nell I 11 a. m. Morning worship Easter Miss Jacksonville.Lois Galney spent SaturdayIn Saturday.Mr.transacting. business in Starke last Camp's Size' Size I t

y t sermon by the pastor, "What Mr. Kay Roberts of Graham, Aubrey Brlnson of Starkewas
Prelude. Rising From the Dead Should Lean and Fat
i Hymn No. 131. Mean." was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. visiting here last week. BACON lb. 18

Invocation. Greene last Sunday. Dr. E. L. Biggs was transacting
m.: Salt
7:30: p. Evening worship, Dry
.
. I Anthem The Resurrection, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen of business here last Sunday.
r song and sermon.
+MI. Shelley. Gainesville, were visiting; here Mr. Ortho Matheny and Miss

' i Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- last Sunday. Melbree Hodges were taking examinations Tall
Scripture reading. MACKEREL
ning at 7:45. 2
Hymn No. 139. A cordial Invitation to all our Mr. A. A. Hazen of Gainesville, in Starke last Satur- FOR 25

Prayer. spent- Sunday here with friends day.Mr. Cans
services
extended to all.
Anthem As it Began to Dawn, __S ___- and relatives. Mrs. J. H. Greene J. B. Russ was transacting

Vincent. HVMUSK PROGRAM and mother, Mrs. Mary Roberts business in Theressa last Satur
.
1 ,: Announcements. -- and grandson, Wilbur, of Lake day.Mrs. PEACHES Fancy N-1 }17 NO. 2 19

Offertory. On Easter Sunday, March 31, at Butler, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R Laird is spending the California Can ', Can

f Anthem Come, See the Place' 6:30: a, m., the Christian Endeavor H. Greene last Sunday. week here with her husband Prof. --

:r Where Jesus Lay, Parker. will have a sunrise program in Mr. Sam Baxter of Tampa, was Laird.

Sermon. the Presbyterian church. visiting friends and relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas and Costs More But RICE 4 lbs

tti Anthem Lift Your Glad The public Is cordially invitedto this week-end. children of Wateroak spent Sun- I 24

Voices, Van Laer. attend this service.PKKACIIIMi Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Polk and day here with friends and relatives It's Worth More

t Choir members: Sopranos, Mrs. children, spent Sunday In Bell i

O. D. Flynn, Mrs.' G. P. Raymond, I AT HAXTON with his parents. Miss Donnie Mae Crawford spent .. i \

Miss tussle Mae Bennett, Laura I Mr. Jarden of Georgia, was vis- Sunday here with. friends and relatives =-=

Lee Hemingway, Mildred Gill, Inez reaching services at Saxton iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs --.

r Abernathy, Eunice Perkins; Altos, church next Sunday afternoon, R. H. Greene last Sunday afternoon Mrs. Ed. Crosby of Jacksonville was transacting business here last HIGH WAV 1)f;I'\UTlfoXT: nor.
: 3:30: o'clock, Rev. Jamison of : RKIHVIM) KXPINSIH' : :
s spending some time here with Tuesday.
a Mrs. Geo. C, White Miss Blanche The reductions, he skid ,
Lawtey In charge. All invited. Roy and Leslie Greene and Mr. friends and relatives. ti
;y Alderman; Tenor, John Powell; Mr. Orin Dekle of Dukes passed been
Mallle Surrency attended the Mr. and Mrs., Gerald Adklns and Tallahassee March 19-The brought about through Itsenlng
Basses, Owen Grlffln. L. O, Powell; Kf.NHISj! ; PRAVKIl: SIKETIN: ; party through here last Tuesday.Mr. of the
Pianist,' Miss Ethel Griffin. given at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Hejen!, Gene, were transacting state road department, under the number of per soon '

Dukes In Lake Butler last Saturday business in Starke last Saturday O. W. Barry was transacting new regime, reduced( its the payroll, "and without iioii
: FIFTH HfM>AY 'SIEKTIXU: : An Easter Sunrise prayer meeting night. night:,' business in Starke last Tuesday.Mr. payrollby harm to any class of work in II

-- sponsored by the Christaln Endeavors Those attending the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. L. KGalney and A. L. Crosby passed through 13047.92 In )February an compared stale road department"
will be held at the Presbyterian with that of Rob .
y"" Program of the Fifth Sunday church at grandson Elmer Glen Crosby Graham last Tuesday. January -
Sardls IIK7
the follow-
were '
W : > (.1f )SS
church, Sunday morningat ert Bentley, chairman of the L1FE: S\UN(,
meeting of the New River Baptist ing: Messrs. R. E. L. and R. II. were transacting business In Graham I'rof. and Mrs. Laird were trans- .
__ 8:30: o'clock. highway board, has advised Gov-
Association to. convene with Wa- Green; Misses Lorena and Ozena last Monday. acting business In Starke last All those have enlisted Cm 11.'
A ernor Carlton. The
program appropriate to the reduction the
teroak church on Saturday and Greene and niece, Alva Falrclo h. M.Carter of Lakeland was Tuesday. chairman saving are requested to met) i

Sunday, March 30th and 31st. lows occasion has been arranged. as fol- Mr.' J. Jo'. Greene and Pete PAr-. transacting business here last Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of Starke, $156,675.04 said for was at the rate of the Roy Scout rooms, Friday ,in
: a 12-month
Saturday rlBh. Monday. was visiting: friends and relatives : iod. per nlng, March 29, at 7 o'clock
Song-Congregation.
10 a, m. Devotional by L. L. Messrs. Reddish and Guy An- Mrs. Gld Crawford and daughter here last Tuesday. "I I H. M. Sebring, Instriuinr
Song-Congregation. am quite sure however, that ,
i Conner. drews of New River, were visiting I Avoy, were attending to business S _
Scripture-Matt. 28th chapter, "Let 1'n Pray" when the payroll for the month ot'March Gainesville
11 a. m. Introductory sermon by here last Saturday.Mrs. In Dade City last Saturday. Buildings a a
Miss Estelle Kendrick. 1929 is ava lable. It
-- will $342,000
have
1 Rev. J. T. Barnes. Sam Dukes and daughters Mr. Luther"Sowell was transacting been erected a
Prayer. : A clergyman one day announcedfrom show a still further redaction, "
( Florida
Noonrefreshments.. Avis! and Letha, of Dukes, were .business. !i Iff Starke last Monday the Farm Colony since stab
Solo-John Powell. the pulpit: : "Next Sunday I chairman advised, the gover I'shment.'!
2:00: p. m. Holt call of visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H '. ,
Subject-The Greatest shall 'Liars and Lying,' -
Truth- preach on .
_._ r'6t c, churches:Sunday schools, B. Y. P. The World. Greene last Sunday. Mr. Ralford Crawford was trans but meantime I wish you wouldall l'UIUIIUUIIUIIWUUU'UlnUI.'UUIJ/U"'UIIIIH"'IUI""IIIU""IIIU"' / "' / "" /"Wlllitllll/111111IItlILIIIIIIINAIIAIIAIIIIAIII' ,/ :, ;' "'WIIIINIIYIIIIIIIIAU11AlIIlYYlllinlo' ';': ,,
N U. and W M. U. Those attending the party at acting business in Starke last Mon-
Leaders talk-The Universal study the seventeenth chapter
___ 3-30: p. m. First subject, "Whatof Hope-Miss Lucile Mitchell. Miss Kathryn Weest of Hampton day. of St. Mark." HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE
the Future of Our Country, from here were: Messrs. Russel Among those attendng: to business -
1. The Appeal to Philosophy, i The following Sunday when he
Churches? Opened by C. A. Greene, Herschell Brannen Emery in Starke last Tuesday were:
?I Matt. 10:28:33: : -Miss Edna Stans- I arose to give the sermon) he inquired
Crosby. and Ralph Hazen, Misses Lorena Mr. H. P. Gainey, Lews: Shrlver,
bury. : "How of have
Services Saturday night arranged and Ozena Greene. They reported R. T. Osteen, Ted Redd, J. R. Mott, many you
2. A Matter of studied the seventeenth chapterof
Supreme Im-
by local committee having M. P. Matheny. George Hazen and STARKE, FLORIDA
nortanpe.un. _Mult__n__ _ta_ -. _21.27r!_: __.'. a very enjoyable eve Mark?" I
Monday Mornlnp ning their return. Emery Matheny. Represents the
itay. on Rest Leading Insurance
Half of the congregaton: held Companies
10 a. m. Devotional led by T. N' ,' Mr. Aubrey Hazen and Laurie DeWItt C. Jones of Gainesville, I
3. How Shall We Get It Matt. up their hands. FInE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE
s,., Norman. Molt were visiting In Macclenny was attending to business here BOND, LIABiLITyADJUSTMENTS
10:10-22: -Miss\ Thelma Silco'x. "You are the ones I mean to
;, 11 a. m, Missionary sermon by last Sunday. last Monday. I' : MADE: YmU"U'Nu'mlllnlll'1l11fU'IJtI
4.Ve Must Chose Now, Matt preach to, declared the clergy
j Rev. R. W' Bugg.Noon Misses: Jewell Wiggins; and Sara Sheriff Epperson was transact- ', .
(. 25:41-46: =Glen Wood. man "There is no seventeenth !IIIImXIIMAdItlIItlIIAq! '!!. I / '"'miiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'-iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimmimuiiiii' 'iBimiiiiiii'iiniiii'niii'' "'"" :
--Refreshments. and Lourie Kelley visiting ing business here last Monday. !! !!!!!!!!!!!!! "' !
+ 5. were "
The Nature of chapter of Mark.
2:00: p. m. Program; by Ward Unending here last Sunday.Mr. Mr. Resale Colson and Guy llar- _
Life, Luke 20:27-38
City B. Y. P. U. Union. : Miss and !Mrs. A. R. Crosby of rell were transacting business In

3-00: p. m. Discussion of the Blanche Alderman, Jacksonville, spent several days of Starke last Saturday.Mrs. I
G
What I Then Have
1929 BudgetMrs.. Peelman. Said- laHt week here with her parents, F. O. Cox and daughters, FLORIDA1
Miss Lena Belle .
_ Shepard. Mr. and !Mrs. L. It. Galney.] Jewell and Ola Rae of Lacrosse
ILII"rU4TNundey 7. The Supreme Argument,
i_ ;: John Miss Mary Mott who has been were visiting here Monday. r, 4I
120Miss:
Kate
-' Struth. MIr Norman Thomas and Miss Theatre
spending some time in Hellbronii ,
school at 10 a. m. Springs, returned home last Sunday ZlIma Thomas of Gainesville, were
GAINESVILLEPROGRAMS
Worship' special Raster servicespt '
_ visiting friends here Monday eve-
r 11 &. .m, pq)d 7::30 p. m. I
Miss Leola Fogg spent the weekIn
v
Mgetipgs! erg, being) held each Graham with friends and rela ning.Mr.. and Mrs. Zedrey Hamilton WEEK COMM -

night this week, Let everyone ci.$1 have returned to their home at :UI.i;? ( ISU AIKIL 1STMONDAYTUESDAY

$ como Friday evening .ne. that 1 Is lives.Miss
Louise Crews of Waldo, Ellington, after a short visit here

'Good FrlJay'\ commemorating spent Saturday night here as the with friends and, relatives.Mr. YNtrA

: till! crucifixion ot ,our.Saviour, guest of Miss Clara Smith. : and Mrs. T. D. Edwards of

n.f'lT.nST'r; ,1 IN MKTIIOIUST AFTKRNOOV: BRIDGE Mi Wall Crews of Waldo is 'New River were visiting: here Sun- A Universal Talking Picture

"' (niflU'H. !:.; .\ 1011'1: C-LVII MEETS: i spending some time here with day and Monday. '
Ail -- friends and relatives. Mr. Rande Crews and Miss Geneva "The Cohens and Kel-

An Easter Cantata-will be givenIn Pink and white roses in vases! Mr. Roy Coleman 'of Alachua,, Harrell were business visitors lya at Atlantic City"With :
was visiting here last Sunday, to Gainesville Monday morning. ,
arranged
the Methodist church Sunday and baskets were prettily I
+ T nIght' at 8:00: o'clock entitled In the large living .room of Mrs. Miss\ Lillian Fogg 'of Graham, Lloyd Barry and Marcus Conerly He'd noticed it had
pained through here last Sunday.Mr. were visiting at Graham Monday (H::0. HIDMIY: mid A Great I
1 "The Thorn Crowned King. Mrs. C. A. Kn'ght when she entertain

A. Z. Adkins pianist, Sopranos, ed the afternoon bridge club at and Mrs. Gerald Adkins, morning. Oast I

Mesdames J. L. Pickerill, J. W three' tables of auction bridge on spent Sunday in Hampton with Miss Zuleana Waters Is visiting Plus been going down faster

Andrews, Jr., E. L. Tilggs A, \V. Friday afternoon at her home on his parents. friend and relatives. at Raiford Movietone, "Talking"; News j ,

'' IIt' Anderson, K. M. Jon:is contraltos, Call street Mr.[ Alpb flaxen passed through thlu week. M..ll'n( ,\II- t..r Comedy I
Graham last 'afternoon. Mr. Elmer Simmons of Gaines .'i< ....vI'nlnO' : than the
Mesdames E. M. Rooks D. E. Salted nuts were served ou Sunday here 1.1-3O Matinee / other tires--
S ville visiting friends
Knight, Misses! Ethel: Griffin, Fred tables during the play at the conclusion Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wiggins of was I

rlka Struth and Florence Mat of which the scores, that New River, passed through here Monday. night. WEDNESDAY I
Mrs. R: E. L. Greene, who has
last But ha
thews. were kept on dainty hand-painted Sunday. her put off getting a new tube. And the
"Let the Righteous Re Clad," tallies were compared, and prizes Mr. Emery llazen passed been spending a while with I.IVA IIASQI'KTTE: In day he took "her" fc-whamt I Ruined the

'' k' (Opening: chorus by the choir.) awarded the lucky winners. Mrs. through Graham last Sunday.Mr. mother near Gainesville, returnedto Jeanne McPherson's casing before he could stop and nearly put the

:p, i "lIe Chose the Cross of Shame." J. E. Corpeulng;, holding high and Mrs R. M. Gainey, Mr. her home Monday afternoon.Mr. car In a ditch. NWfch? '1 OUt" the cost of a

t.t, 1 (Alto solo) Miss Florence i Mat score, received a georgette hand- and Mrs A. 13. Crosby, Miss Lbls R. U. Greene made a business "The Godless Girl" : "new jack tire"-ImJS ?! in time eaves a lot of

tot' :\' thews. kerchief, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Galney and Mr. Hugh Butler trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. free Jacking up. We apply new tubes
R. H. Greene Jr., was visitingIn With Music and sound effects I
f. Crosby were visiting at Hampton
"Betrayed" (Soprano solo,) Mrs. holder of second was given a box .
> J. L. Pickerlll and( choir of t'oty'a powder.) Beach last Sunday. Oraham Sunday afternoon. PlusP.tILtMOCNT I

"The Thorn Crowned King," Strawberry shortcake topped A large; crowd of young people Mrs. R. A. Weeks and daughter SEWS Lowest
Murla of Starke, were visiting MrDCKV: ('())IKWVMntlncc : Prices In 30
were delightfully entertained at
(Soprano solo) Mrs. J. W. Andrews with whipped cream and Ice tea I
I Jr. was enjoyed by following players: the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Russ friends here last Tuesday. 13.30 : &: J.vl"nlnito; : Tears on Goodyear Tub-n
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"Let Him be Crucified( ," (Alto Mrs. L. Wyman Mrs. 1 E. M. Johns, last Wednesday night. A large Mrs Hanes! and daughters and I (Water Tested.)

::78' solo, choir), Miss Fredrlka Strut Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. J. C. number of house games were played John James Rooks, of Starke.were TI URSDAYFRIDAYCOLLEEN I
last Tuesday.Mr.
g and choir Robinson, Mrs. A. Z. Adktn, Mrs. the crowd departing about ten visitors here 30x3 1.2 **

"Alas! and Did My Saviour O. L. Haynes. Mrs H. C. Wall. o'clock. All reported spending a Luther and Herman Moodyof ) ; MOOrtK: In I I"JJ'llY

Bleed (Soprano and alto duet), Mrs J. E. Corpenlng Mrs. L. M. delightful evening.Mr. Lacrosse, passed through here ? BE GOOD" 29.J.J( _____-___ $2.,0

tlii; ; :Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Miss Ethel Cunningham; Mrs. N. Sternberg, Leland Waters and Miss last Tuesday Synchronized by Vitaphone\ i ;
Starke. 30x1.50
of : ( 2.6
Mr. Hayes
Clara Smith In Wal Brlnkly _
Griffin were visiting
r' r' Mrs. U. F. Demorest and" Miss with Music: and sound effects I

? 1 Violin solo "The Palm Mabel Weller. do last- Saturday.--- Plus 31x535 $3 JO

t:} t Branches", (J. II. Saure' Owen Mrs. Willie Mae Smith! of Sampson Mirth Incident or CollegiansSATURDAY I.

,: Ii Orlftln, accompanied by Miss Ethel W. O. W. (..IIH'I....: MEETS; City, was visiting here last '

,{ .' 4. Grltnn. Sunday ata the home of her sister Say it with Flowers 30x 3 1-2 Speedway Tires U95
I $
Starke Grove Circle No. 278 II
S "They Laid Him Aawuv."
; Pr1r (So Flowers For All
U., held the I
held its regular session Tuesday was at church Monday
; prano solo and choir) Miss Ethel I I
'' evening at 8 o'clock. Officers and afternoon MILTOV HILLS In
Or ffln and choir. Occasions MORE
Circle No. 3, Mrs. A. M. Darby, : PEOPLE RIDE ON
"]lave Faith" in God." (Soprano members were all present. Mrs. "Love and the Devil" GOODYEAR TUBESR1TCH'S
Lulu Hullo was hostess for the leader, aslssted by Mrs. O. J. Griffin Synchronized
4' and alto duet), Mesdames J.V.. by Vitaphonewith
i Andrews, Jr., and and D. E. social hoar at which time tempt- and Mrs. C. A. Knight, had Gertrude GodheyAnderson music and sound effects I
charge of the program, the sub-
Knight ng refreshments were served. PlusParamount
4ttm lI ject for the afternoon being'"Our
"110 Is Risen." (Alto Sews SERVICE STATION
t solo, IIUT1MT W. M. U. MEETS; : Neighbors." A vote of thanks was I ,
choir), Mrs. D. E. Knight'and I Cliorus Girl ComedyOswald
given Mrs. Gertrude Anderson, of
'KIT choir. Phone *. Waldo. Fla. Cartoon Starke
I II '
The regular business and pro Waldo, for lovely (lowers sent the
,,ti $( 1 tgg j Glory lu the Garden." (So-I gram meeting of the Baptist. M. church. _I j jI 13-40 Matinee' Evening l- o I Florida'or'

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URCU 29, 1929 BR.\DFORD COUNTY TEL1EiItAPII RT/\RltE, FI.ORID.\ rAG"] FIEXALL \''''

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a sis7 r,'. !Mrs. 1C C Wall visited her I.Ils- ii week andII\ visiting her< New York head of Hie Guilt Atlantlr i purchased I he would eat at least it v f4

ti ., Mrs It!. L. Granger In \Valdo dniightm'! Mrs George II Lowry I and West Indies !slilpplnlines. ten times. as many berries every i'i.j

I of" I Tuesday. at the Presbyterian mansw_ yoar. And the demand would be i

ten times /greater.

Wanted-Field pens any varlet Mrs. G. M. Inman spent lIE'veral, The Intermediate! O. A.'s will The writer was talking to one {I".'I':

toBits days of this: week In Daytora'tendlng \ hold their circle meeting with Miss.. of our Maryland fruit! brokers ;

: J. F. Klckllter. the convention of the : who has been a buyer at the Plant to.;r;$
Louise Monday afternoon at
.
Federation of Women Hayes ,. i
State City platform for several ji (;
NesConcerning
years : >
Mr. L. A. Canova of Jacksoville -
: ( Clubs. 3:45: o'clock at which time then Y' !
the week-end In This broker stated that It was I. It
CENT spent
NE will be towel l shower for white I t's'"
) Starke. a against! all rules of the growers In !s
Our People, Business and )Mrs Edwin Grlggs( and dang cross work for a hospital In : the Plant City section for a buyer ". \

Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Illlltar ter. Roberta returned to thetr Chlua.j dump a quart of the berries as '

was the guest; of Mm Alice Shepard home In Petersburg.., Suturdn DI'V.. R. Mlddleton they come in, to see what was in ; Ib il.to il.\
Thursday and Friday. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. (G. Gerald Mlddleton spent Saturda: t the bottom. And further stated t' i '

SALENEXT ;; ;"; <;?rIlI; ; <;?<;?<;?IIt't; : :':'<:':> :':' :':>1:':>1:':>1:':>===c_. :M. Inman. and Sunday In Cocoa. They wen that they all knew when they ;,,1 (
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accompanied home by Mrs. W. 10Mlddleton bought the berries that they were .
;; ;; Ilth.C'rtl..IIIt.Ut! .
the s
MCH'M H)raw lints. from .Slat i, Mr. J. M. Alvarez Did>> yon 8t'(
visited JacIsonvllla ,
SrIIbcIg's.Roy of lice Hexall: Ono Out Side? !Mrs. II. A. Smith and chlldrei who has been vis tint simply buying the top layer. ro :
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Sunday. of Hlleah, returned to her home points on the east and west const! I I So long as this condition! exists.! .

Coleman of Waldo Mrs.--A. Z. Adklns Mrs. J. W. on Saturday after several dl\'B' For the )past two days. I can Ace no use in increasing the

visitor to Starke Saturday.Mrs. was a "'Illt for the It<*\nl Ono l'e'i Andrews, Jr., and Mrs. K.} L. HIKKS) visit with Mr. and lire E. J. Dov I acreage.; ]But on the other hand, It e #

THURSDAY, :ale 1 spent' Tuesday in Jacksonville. ling. MH| Carrie Hutto spent law ',: the "'Iorlllatrowel's/ will make It p
week In Jacksonville the guest oC' 1t '
--- n rulo to put just as good berries ,
I 'RWAY, SATURDA Pearl Snyder spent \Ved- Miss Florence Matthews\ : Is Mr. and Mrs. O. Slstrunk anJou her staler Mrs. A. II Hall. Mrs In the bottom of the basket as they )
nesday in Jacksonville.
Mr. L. D. Vlnlng will spend this this week In Tamp Slstrunk Mr. and Mrs. C.Fuleli A. Hall accompanied her homo and do on the top layer they cannot t'
week-end In Troy Ala. spending ) and family spent Sunda spent the week-end In Starke with (
enough berries In Florida to
: April 4th 5th 6tl Easier dressed at Stump's Doopt.; guest of. Mrs. Marie Mi-Masters.. In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrll. her parents Mr. and Mrs.\ I.. S till grow the demand. f '
' Store. $3.75 to $11.50. -----
Judge A. Z. Adkins was a bus: Hutto. I 1r,4
C. I II. Slstrunk.
Sirs J. E. Corpcnlng spent Sui I To my mind this Is the main
ness visitor In Jacksonville Frlda: P
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul YIIIted: day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. point that the buslnesH men of tfI'
, circular of lhe> Kcxii Master\ Oliver Hutto Invited nlew ,
( Jonteel Face Powder A'k for u 1"101'1111WOllt" to work out. it
Oc Cedar T. A. Ur.nson: at Hush.
Key and Trenton
Sunday Mrs. Nolan Canova. of \Valdo.vl Out. Cent Siilw; nt :MitclicU'M neiwiik. t of his: friends 'to his home nn I There IK one other subject on

------ >Jited Starke 1I0nday.It'II'M Railroad avenue Monday\ afternoon this line that I wish' to of
Everything new In footwear i at Blue Serge Suits: for Boys at the: speak ( j
2for51c Stump's Store. Dependable Store. J. M. Alvare the occasion being; him!! nnd that Is the' fact that there la
Dept. (dress HUKM from $::.01'1 unt ,
.' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen and on twelfth birthday. Those present entirely too much nitrogen! fertilizer

!'it.I.III..I." ... Mrs. 1C. M. Snyder and Mrs. G. and Mrs. Fannie Mason of Jucfcsonville I' were: Dorothy and Paul Molt Eel used on the strawberry plants t

M. Inman and daughter, Vondi, were lu Starke Than win Williams, Ju.uiita and '1'111-1 In Florida. An excess of nitrogen }''I $ I ,

Bouquet Ramee Fat e CENT A WORD Mr. Pete Canova of Jackson motored to Jacksonville Saturda; day. man Hutto. strawberry plants not only cuts 4
ville. visited Starke Monday. I II
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down the yield of berries, but r
Powder ----- Mrs.\ 1>. E. Knight and Mrs. I 1 11. Mrs. Lucy Powell returned ))0'1'1- I makes them Inferior In quality.
COLUMN "'ut"' :MlKlicll'NVlnilow( nee:\ from Jaoknonvllle where she -I (S',4 r
"t''k. V, Knight spent Tuesday in Jacl day OPEN: nmrMSalisbury. i The whipping quality Is greatly re '
had spent several days with her duced. The eating: quality is also
sonville.
2 for $1.01 SEWING SOLICITED-Fancy 9nd lions, Messrs. Tate and Avery Powell I 'harmed. I have recommended to
plain; satisfaction guarantee! Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs L.
Mrs. N. St rnberg and Miss Hut 1111.far.! 16, 1929 I the Florida growers for years tho '
.
Mrs. P. B Hunt, Hampton Fla. V. Cunningham spent Thursday 1 In
Sternberg visited Jacksonvlll Editor Courier: rutting down of nitrogen and using -
_- 111tFOR Gainesville Wednesday. Messrs. F. F. Stump, J. III. Referlng to the strawberry situation more phosphoric! acid I would,

$1.00 Asst. Chocolates SALE-150 80- A.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Andreu
refrigerators\ at seven dollars week-em Humming Bird guaranteed hot G. P. Raymond attended funeral big questions there are some"Ifa" growing berries In I Florida. Not
each delivered.Vrlte RobInson Stuart are spending the that fashionably match your own'' services of the late J. J. Lawrencn and "And's" to be settled' over 3-10-2 under and conditions. ') !
here with relatives.
2for$1.01 Bros., Plant City, Fla. i 2 complexion at Stump's Dept. Stor< i Keystone Heights Wednesda One of .he biggest mistaken that The plant growth will be less than r

22-tf. afternoon. the Florida growers are making where nitrogen/ fertilizer Is used ''titxtruvagantly.
Silk Bloomers 49c at Stump'8Dept.
New arrivals! All new model can be seen very plainly nt the But the fruiting t
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Store.
FOR SALE-1927 Chrysler sedai' In GoBsard Corsets, girdle: comb I Misses Myrwln and Mntll'eJackson I'onsuiniiiR; end. If .this error was crowns will be heavier and the
iggett's Breakfast Coffee mechanical condltloi at Stump Messrs. Powell Curpente increased, und the '
splendid Miss Pearl Grlffls of Lnwtey. nations and step-Ins from eliminated the growers; could good; paint and tires! ; a real buj visitor to St'arke Sunday at Dept. Store. and Telfalr Long returned 1 plant nt least! live times theturenge quality both In shipping and eating
was a when +
1927 Pontiac landau deluxe se- --JL Hal ()nton. Ga., Wednesday they are now growing and greatly increased. This fact

dan looks and runs good. 192 ternoon. State's Attorney II. V. 1 Knlgh; I hey attended the wedding of tin realize more money per quart for I him bean tented out over a num.,7,

2 for 73cLirjgett's standard 6 Itulck sedan for Pretty slut 1 1'111" ''frwkn. IIfI.O! .5 nl I .pent Tuesday In Hawthorne and Misses Jackson's cousin. Llie'r berries ber of years on our own farms, v ,' r

only $150. 1927 Dodge sedar Gainesville on professional bus This fault or whatever1 you are and in 100 per cent t'erlaln.Ve a
!14*crammg's.Mrs.
1C. Lewis!
Mr. und Mrs. G. am
leather upholstering almost new lees or a mind to call It, la well known hive found that the h'ghesl! ; proluclug -
tires only run 15,000 mile little lion, Granvllle Kirk Jr., Mrs !
strains of be F
Uy every grower und every buyer plants can
I Edward Brock Is spending
1926 Ford tudor sedan. 1-to Mrs R. M. Baker oaokscnvllle. R. J. Davis! Mrs C. C. Frank anon 'weakened than 50IeI' cent kl ,
Conn. Dr. and >f berries In Florida as well as !" more \
Tea weeks in Bridgeport
two ;
Opeko Graham (Dodge) truck extr the { and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davlvlslieil
visiting relatives. [ were guests oWr the consumers nt thin end. hy l henvy applications of nitrogenn
good tires and completely overhauled and Mrs. W. J. Epperson friends In Jacksonvllli The faint that when a customer one year. ,:

2 for 63c mechanically new bat: Anothir' big ll.'\1l11 One Cent lay. sun-I Sunday afternoon IIIVB a quart of Florida strawberries Very truly yours 1

tery; just the thing for berr; Salt- MitilivlI'M nt'\\\ct-k.. and gets; only t the lop layer. FlV.. TOWNSKND: 8r.Pron '
hauling. Phone 142, Gainesville al 111 I'M.O"1.} J. Dowllng. Mrs.\ Mr.. and Mrs.V.. It. Slnglotar; ; .liut la lit to eat und has 10( throwIwuy K.: W. Townsund & Sons, t. '

for full information. Will be Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters Vh'tworth. and Mr. atulMrs. R.1<: W. From, Grand: Ridge, are the guest the balance of the quart, urserlen..--Plant City Courier. .1
glad to demonstrate any of these of: their sinter' and brother-ln-luw
attended the funeral of Mrs( 777
layes! lx not In stimulate conii .
any way
Our Best Toni Juanlta and Sara spent H -- -- -
'eptona, cars. Brooklng-Turnlpseed.. 1Bnd. Mrs. L. A. Meade( ( t
921 \V. University Gainesville, Tuesday In Brooker with relatives J. W. Berry\ at Brooker Monday ( nipt Ion at this. end. I have )porlonally ,'P,' 1-t f
purchased) strawberries: '
Fla." 2-22-tf. r Mrs. N. G. John PnwplI.lIley Stearns lUt.) R. H. (1.\lUtoll. i,
Mrs.) N. O. Hayes the Florida
2for$1.01Peanut Anything In the seed line at bunt once during i
children, of Mrs. R.] M. Davis and !Mute Alle U'ull..t
Klckllter's. !ayes, Jr., and "truw berry no: a son each your torbout
TOMATO PLANTS FOR SAL13 booker spent Thursday with :Mrmd I Kernundez motored to Jackson ten years. I buy four quarts Over Corncnliig's) Drug Store 11 "
Florida Special $1.75 per 1,000 -- rllle the college of ritual'hursday. \) '
tq .
'Iuu\
:wOfllc
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K.V. Hayes. (
Gainesville Mrs. ami about
Flume Mrs. R. L. Stokes of to take homo get one z
F. F. ,
also pepper plants. Mrs.L. ----" that Is lit for ) lloumi 1)l to .1. j't
[ Butler, 10 ounce 3-15-tf spent Sunday with her sister! : mart out of the four
returnee'o
Mr. Gerald Mlddleton\ Kven: at 3Go
A. Meade. onsiiniptlon. per I
of Jacksonville, wmi
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Dr. Copp,
Jacksonville Tuesday!( niter 1v'st \ makes them
STRAWBERRY: FARMS -- I owi -- here Sunday being the quart on our market I
visitor
2 for 40c : with hla parents Dr. and !Mrs
Ht Htorn- for the
a couple of small farms near On>\ I'ohilex hosiery guest of Mr. Laurie (G. Ray and oiii too high average; -
\\ K. Middleton.
Starke convenient to roads. N'rg's.Prof.: n.'. K. L. Biggs Mr. Ray, Dr ( inchetbook eoHllnx $1.40 lieI"111I1rt.

schools churches et.. Idea: .?opp and )Dr. n'KgS were all Km- Instead of 36c. VISIT
has j jualecelved ht
Store
of Gainesville, The Dependable
trucking A B. Shaw The fact ran be plainly seen In t 1
Or Klcnzo Dental Cream for,strawberries poultry etc. pecans Would sol was a business visitor to Starke Its line Alvarez.of Palm Bench >ry University- men. .very box that the growers go to ERIIOL ALVAREZ' h '

reasonably and( on terms as mj: Wednesday oils J. M. Miss Amelia Ray's Sunday .\1 rent paint! In packing' all these

taken. K. W. --_ "I'ol"n; rotten berrlim In the bottom n
otherwise :
2for51cPuretcst time is !Mrs. IV.. Hayes III\(1 l lhlldren "drool dais had tin enjoyable BARBER SHOP
Hayes (tax assessor) Starke, W. T. Wallace of Theresa' was Mr and A. S. Strickland 1 Caster egg hunt and picnic\ Thurs of the box and placing the top
Mrs\
Fla. 3-lB-tf attending to business matters In and the lown, at the ny(?r so :!rely. This one Item InoHlliig Just north' of. City limits on
In Green J Cove : lay afternoon oil Fd
'?;tarke [Saturday.Mr. '; pent Tuesday the Florida growers; more Highway 13 ;
White
friends.Mr. ome of little Miss\ Dorothy
with
FOR SALE: 40 acres. $15.Ot( pringij members noney to do business limn uny
who Is of the class)
one 'V
Aspirin Tablets. acre. About one mae: nortl: K.: L. Colley and Mr. Geo.uress I titer thing I know of. The aver 1

per Starke Fla.V. D. Kulil... ) of Orlando spent Monday Edward lIurn;left. Wednesday Mr, aKe consumer Is no different from Hair Cut 3.>c '
of the Mr.\ and Mrs. C. C. Hoppo' ,
100s and Mrs. J. F. Colley. for (Galncsvllloto! t. enter
Mr.
Flu. 3-20-41 with ny own family. One trial u year
Leesburg, Mrs. C '
C. burden
nud Mrs A. ,
ospknl there where lie will re i' bur will do for III..0 have no dt'HII'efor Shave 15c Tonic 15c

ncieage S"'III" your pennies' .\ Mg one elve: treatment for a broken limb !owe and Misses Jeannette Florida} berries for
WANTED-Small: farm or weekelldguest any more
2 for 70c len of Tain pa were!
; give locution description,. cut stile nt MiUlu-lt'M. next: uii'k.Mi Dutches Summer Trousers, the of Mr. and Mrs. O. L, Boasey. year. It can be summed up! In Neck Clip ISc
cash price. Andrew --'- bin wl Y. The Florida grower Is,
lowest general delivery, Plant *, and Mrs. M. I, Ogden ot pants with a warranty, lOc a hut slog; to all this trouble and ex- Hand Massage 3.tc
Murphy Mr. and and $1 for each rip at J. M
are guests of ton
ltd 'ompauo In order to fool the publicly
Fla. Cullender, Miss I.urile alias r
Miss Hazel
City,
Purctcst Milk of Magnesia Mrs. R. M. Dowllng. Ivarez, the Dependable Store. Mitchell, Miss Ivu Boyd Miss ) once On the other hand, If Shampoo 35c

WANTED-To rent or buy good: St. Mark's .circa: Stannbury Miss Hazel White 1111 lionast pack was put up so the i
,
Ladles' Auxiliary
lioi flit III"Sf try The
I'or t
Tan- |IM'I'h.t.t. would honest
mule horse. F: C. attended consumer get an
or
work rid Miss Carrie Uglow
t'l."IM'I''HIn. ne.1:, Starke. Fla. 3.29.2tdITARKE It. J. Davis Monday after- lie! District C.oJ.} rally In Gainesville --cart-of--berries every time he- ....- :II

2for5lc !\ L. A. Weekly and children noon. at 3 o'clock.Mr. Sunday. .. ._
PIANO BARGAINS --1 --- ------ -------

for cash-Piano stored with us of elatlves.Ocala spent last week with "and Mrs. II. C. Wall, Mr.and Rev. 0. 1' Raymond spent Saturday *

by music teacher. Perfect con Mrs. O. J. Urlfnn. of Lake Butler In Jacksonville the guest ofhis
cash. 2 on easy payments cousin: 11. If. Raymond, of ;
Puretcst Rubbing Alco- dition. $85 & Bach piano Tomato and sweet pepper plant!' visited friends In Jacksonville iui'l%l
-
Kranlch -- --- -
-- .'.
unday.
Klckllter's.Miss
at ----------
hol bench and scarf, $145, at $7 iJ

monthly. Cable piano like Madge Middleton spent the Mrs. R. f, Demorest! returned

new with duet bench $245. reek-end at the state farm with home Thursday after a visit withher

2 for 60c Other bargains Including Cable Mil Dr. and !Mrs. W ltaker. parents Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
them at
player piano. See ihnson of Amerlcus, Ga.

ler's Music Shoppe Cable Piano Get the latest In Easter Strawst

representatives, Gainesville 3- t J. M. Alvarez the Dependabletore. Are you fitted for Easter? See

29-4t*. J. M. Alvarez, the Dependable ,
These/ are only a few of Store. g )

:NOTICE; We have near Starkea Mr. N. T. Anderson of Black- --

lie many bargains to bt beautiful mahogany piano and hear, Ga., spent Sunday In Starke Col. and Mm. K': M. Johns and

duet bench almost new and with friends' lughter Gloria and Mrs. T. J.
'ad on this sale. Ask for tartly, paid for. To avoid ship- nrlffin were In Jacksonville Sun- I I > '

we want reliable Hulls Ixliitfow| <| out
ping expense Summer day. ,
7 circular and watch our this piano, and I
party to get Ilt Htf'rnb'rj'II.Ir. I I II
send us the remaining payments Mr. T. A. Brlnson. of Hugh and

:: indow next week. $8.00 monthly. For complete !\ and Mrs." K.V.. Hayes antifamilY l\lr a. Charlie Johns of Baldwin WE'LL PUT YOURCLOTHES I II Business Strength ill

Information write. Cable Piano and Miss Emma Strickland were in Starke Wednesday.

I'K'iisp do not ask ill to charge! Co., 87 North Broad Atlanta were In Ocala Sunday.I t

Ga. 3-29-4f Mrs. W. A. Stearns Mrs. L. A. IN GOOD SHAPE i Strength in business is vital, t
Iin cent salty Items. We have 10 eggs and chick- Mrs. II. II. Young and Mrs.
pay cash for / ()ivls.

'ay caste tnr tliOHO goodt anil ennuffonl .'OH SALE One mule good. Has wind good; ens.' J. F. Klckllter. ft. J. Davis spent Tuesday In It pays to have ui take i especially in banking through f''It ,I
I
e>'es, good feet and --- cksonyllle. care of your clothes: for I which flows industry's money
'")'" to carry tlwm on our'k" guaranteed to work anywhere; Mi1. and Mrs.' C. A. Archbell oftesburg y '

weight about 1000 Ihs. $85.00 spent Sunday with Mr.and Col.! A. 8. Crews and Mr. II. C.V811 our rates are low and our : ,::1' 1

r at halo pr......... Any nnrondiso cash. See Nat Williams depot. Mrs. J. II. Lord. spent Tuesday and \Vednesr work and service excel- power. !
X'j -
'' 3-29-2t* .. : In Tallahassee attending to like to the I
barged will be bllle at I lent. We'd see experience
.. Our strength is in resources
You can find the neW two>> ph..f'IIntt'r".lIr I>u lnesll.!

'BUlar' n-tnll price*. ;>0n SALE Fine Tennessee' at Ht"rnlwirK'i'', F.I I suit that we can't make l
and facility to
grown Missionary strawberry ) Mrs. E. M. Johns Mrs. J. just as fresh and slean asa every render

plants $3.69 F. O. B Boyce Mrs. J. 1C. Lord and Miss Fannie r pen'on: !Mrs. It. F. Demorest new one broad, efficient personal and t
Set now make fine run- Lord motored to Ganesvllla: antI I Mrs. J. C. Robinson! were

April 4th 5th 6th Tenn.ners for fall setting. Marglobe. uesday for the day. r>'pplng In Jacksonville Tuesday. THY US OUT.Modem prompt service in all forms of nw
plants
Livingston Globe Tomato
If
1,000 prepalred. S. M Col.! and !Mrs. J. L. Frazee andandson. Mr.. O. L. Beanley left Tuesday modern banking.Bradford .
$1.50
& Sons Florahome Fla. Taylor Belcher, were" In tor Tampa where she will visit her
Carnes county. 3293f.VANTED icksonvllle Monday. parentI. Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durlen DryCleaners I
r MITCHELL'SDRUGSTORE Putnam ._
: I for several days. Jim
Settled woman for Mrs. t'ffla Miner. of Lawtey vic. I County Bank ;

house work. Must live on prem- Ited Mrs.! J. W. Andrews Jr., Wed- Garden and field seeds, A. A. C. ,
Box: 244. Starke Planters and rertlllller -
ises. Write ?sday.Mr. rtillzars, Cole f '
Fla_ 3-29-21. -- distributor Hirer's double Ktrtrk Bradford Counti/s Financial Stronghold >

Island Red and !MrY.,: S. Stroman of .Itock plows at White's. 2-8-eowtf. > STARKE FLA. ) t
Rhode
FOR SALE- 15 allahassee, are guests of theirnInlaw I Near Smith' Garage I ,
,
s"col 75! for t
JSSafl' eggs for setting Mrs. Ceo. A. Gar- and daughter, Mr. andn. }.fn. Alverna Dean of Greeley : IL11P.Y. I--- ._----_. .________ __ .__ ______._____.__ lt.
pure stock ]: S. S. DowUns.I lorado. arrived In Starke early | ,
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i -T--: = =-:---:- .....;a= -- _- of low production, it Is stated with soap and water containing a I building;

d and polish.Kllvrr The formal notice
little ammonia of tin
The prevention of moulting Is '
How Raise hl'ftr'n
Y to Poultry C
\) Oonnwr., For cleaning is as follows: .
another function of feeds.
Farmers & Farming By Dr. L. D. LfGear, V.S., St. Louis, Mo. i green Jewelry manufacturing and retail Notice is hereby
J 1 1tl When a flock of birds goes Into a mixtures given t that slit,
{ 1 I W Dr. L Ger U a graduate o I the Ontario Veterinary, jewelers use various State Plant Board of Fl !
.
College,1HV2.Thirrf i ,,_..cot veterinary practice moult either during the summeror which are safe and reliable. It ride(| 11'111,

o" I ( Agricultural Editor) I on authority diveuce on of poultry Ii.' Hock and Muck and ratling.poultry,N.tlonallyknown fcmineitt winter there Is a long period these can be obtained they are often hold a public hearing in th,,. Planl]

poultry breeder. Noted author and lecturer.Arllilo before cleansersof \ commissioner's office. hot .
-- -- they come Into production the most satisfactory 1"" IIIIUr(,

again. Thus a great loss can be reduced any. al building, University ui' | ,

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- XIV the mistake of using the harsh or prevented If succulent Or m'x! 2 ounces of Jeweler'srouge Gainesville, Florida, on \pnl'I"rldl,| ),

t'yI, ; 4i 1 tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found minx: I':(;(;.J\K.H-I: : methods once so much In vogue. green feed la made a part of the with 6 ounces of prepared 1929, at 10 o'clock, a III, II'

II C;<> ON A HTIUKr: ,dailY! ration of the laying: flock. chalk. which time and place ,. n
I To Be Best Suited to Our Country The right way Is always the O.HSKW,, .
L- The poultry producer should Or mix 4 ounces of prepared tlon will be given by tin- \} ,
cheapest and best. That is why I luardw
...... itroody Hen* Kcpi'{'ni'nt' An Kfononilr ; arcfuly plan a schedule so that chalk with whiting./ 1.3 ounce of the advisability by amiui! I
-------- --
LTf LOHNVlifii Not f''d'C1| | recommend sane, humane meth- there will be a sufficient amountof gum champhor, 1-2 ounce of alcohol modifying certain rules ,tad liB, Or

Little Change In ",1.1I.t-ns: AHI: riui.M: ) : fur HaNlilnic Hiirwli and ('rut'lI ods of curing broodiness. They green feed for birds 12 monthsof and 2 ounces of benzene. Al- latlons of the board, an eg1|
4 |
f OF TIUVK AItl) ; I I 01111\\
( K.KltNCainesvllle :
MciiMiirci Not X.'{ work along scientific lines by not the year Mr Mehrhof suggests.In low this to dry on the silver Rule 8, section C, pertumu' ,,,
t II
? of StateIn ('uru{' BltMMllllPHH. most sections of the state green fore polishing. the movement of citrus, (
p Climate Fla. Spiders are trying to scare the lien out of her 'mirse,
feed be economically of prepared
produced
may Or mix 4 ounces stock. All Intern
t In a fair to become recognized for In recent radio talk, Raymond broodIness, but by replacing the persons "iert art
a
practically the entire year. chalk or whiting.!: 1 ounce of invited to be present, elth,.,r
Past Century some of their good deeds to man brooding Idea with ? Pet
Hitchcock stated that even thoughhe something else. turpentine, 1 ounce of alcohol, and son or by attorney.P. .
It appears Some time ago O, B. Th's method brings 100 cent HINTS: TO iiorsKvivisNtnlii :
it had called all his hens togetherand per 2 drachms! of spirit: of camphor. K. Yonge, Chairman
Merrill: of the State Plant Board
success\ because It leaves the hen
the climate of Florida them )j a J. T. Diamond
Has scolded severely, they ,
avU'Mlshecl' many housewives with 'n excellent physical condition ; HC'mn-Il', '; ('I'nning STATE PLANT ) .\ ) Secretary,
'( J greatly duringrecent -
changed for
; still refused to lay any eggs
? There as those who believe the statement that spiders, were many ready and willing to resume her :MAY HKVISH; I: lU'I.IIH; Farmer of Walton couim hart
Not people would em-
years )him.
helpful around the house as destroyers profitable job of laying DI- To Ilcm<>vf> KKK Stains. The AT .'''HII. MKKTINCi" ; : organized themselves
eggs.
I' that It ha*. However, A J. Mitch ploy the famous corned'an's meth- under ihP
n( a 's of flies and mosquitoes. plomacy and gentle methods are sulphur contained in eggs speedily name of the Walton Count
In their bulletin -
ell and M. R. EnVgn, od for trying to get eggs but manyof Farm
Another hand has been raised just as superior to force when discolors any silver that comesIn The state Plant Hoard will holda Bureau. One of the
on the climate of Florida, the ways used to .-reak hens of puri\) Hw "IU
Just published by the Florida Experiment In defense of spiders. L. D. Stewart broodiness are just as ridiculously dealing with feathered strikers as contact with It. The air is also public hearing at the t'me of be to make co-operative pnl .'may!!

Station, says that there vocational agricultural teacher they usually are with the human contaminated from the sulphur In its April meeting to consider the of farm supplies.
ineffective. It Is Importantthat
really
R..
In at Alva, recently observed one variety.GREEN: I ''Humiliating gas, other gaslights, advisability of revising certain of
has been no permanent change; -
of these Insects eating aphids on better ways of overlooking ---_ --- or gas cook stoves, and from rub- its rules, it was announced yester ...."'..R.U.U.JURulDIDIDtm'.unfnCOFFINS \ m
of Florida for more
; ;:I t the climate an eggplant bush. He sent the broodiness should( be known. A ; : FEED: ; IMPORTANT ber. Hence silver should be kept Interested parties have made
day.
r than a century, or as far back awe broody hen Is unprofitable hen & CASKETS
4 an
.I spider to Professor J. It. Watsonfor FOK I'OCLTKV StVriCHSDKCIiAKKS :! from contact with these or any representation! to the board to the
records.Mr.
reliable
have. Mitchell any la meteorologist" of Identification.! Professor Watson especially where Incubators do all : 'SPECIALIST other sulphur compound. A small effect that rule 8, section C, shouldbe and a Fall Lin of
the Consequently the
hatching.
says this Is a typical pastimeof piece of camphor put with the silver revised to permit the movement
pl the United States Weather Bureau and illustrates their sooner her broodiness: can be The importance of green for Undertakers Supplies
spiders, will prevent It from staining.To under certain conditions of citrus
Mr. Ensign Is
f at Jacksonville! and broken up the 'sooner she can be- be
poultry cannot
help to truck gardeners. overemphasized, remove the stains moisten a nursery stock in an undefoliated
truck horticulturist at the Experi- gin once more to earn her board states N. R. Mehrhof, extenson! cloth in AUTOMOBILE IIEARSB
of this bulle water and dip It In dry condition. Heretofore, such move-
Station.
} ment Copy and lodging.It poultryman of the College of Agri- table salt. Rub this and polish.Or restricted.It Always .. ....... Tke best cental
I'm tin No. 200, can be obtained free Dogs Should BeVaccinated Is a mistake to frighten a culture. Green feed furnishes wash them ment has been greatly .t tk. ....., prt... MDerial..
In water In which
' is in order to thoroughly canvass tentlne to .
telegraph .
writing to the Experiment Station rd.u
x by broody hen by tying red ribbons to vitamins!, minerals, bulk and palatability potatoes have been boiled. this situation that the meet- REGISTERED: : &lB4..ad .

at Gainesville. To her tall, plunging her Into cold to the ration for
poultry, To Krrnovo Mwllrlno\ NUilns.- members of
has been called
Ing
'Forbes' Florida, DEWITT C.
"Excerpt from water or confining her in a closed the poultry specialist d JONES
Iodine
says. and other ingredients in
The will
the board said. hearing
New York, 1821, concerning tem Prevent Rabies"Mad box without food, water or light. At this time of the there STARKE
that year certain medicines may stain silver be held at 10 o'clock In the mornIng FLA.
i and rainfall show I
perature the dark
Such methods belong to
of Florida weather, are many crops that may be planted spoons. To remove such stains, April\) 15, In the office of the
the vagaries ages of poultry raising.: They do to furnish green feed. Among rub them '
Those with a piece of cloth dip plant commIssIoner.. horticultural
it occurred more than a cen- dog! Mad dog!
as not actually cure broodiness but these are cabbage, collards, kale, ped In dilute sulphuric acid 1
differed in no material used to be and still are to a cer- -
,
tury ago flesh and
only put the hen In poor turn'pa, cowpeas, corn and millet part of acid to 10 parts of water. -
k" dr respect from those of today 'LIt- tain extent words of terror. People health. The only way to get a hen A chart showing time of plantingrate the acidwith
Apply swab made
1 ? 1'- ; tle or no rain from March to July scurry to places of shelter and out of this condition is to get her of seeding/ and best methodsof : a We
1 ty; winding a bit: of linen about can charge
written In 1817, la peculiarly appll'ubJe grab their guns to kill the affected mind off the subject, so to speak, E your
t' w"r animal whenever the is 80und- handling will be sent to those the end of a stick, as it will Injure Y YES 8 HR
to conditions as they occur cry
so she will once more begin eating who write and ask for It. the skin. Wash immediately

wa : more than a century later- ed. And well they may. For the and drinking in normal fashion. Green feed Is especially Important afterwards with soap and water. STORAGE BATTERY In I
refutation of the unsup- bite of a mad dog l Is nearly always
a further this
:
One good to accomplish i
way for raising young birds.It Sliver fittings of Inkstands and
assertion of climatic fatal to humans unless treatmentIs I II
ported la to confine one or more broody acts as a tonic, stimulates the other silver articles often become
"
changes during recent years, says taken Immediately. lions In a small coop with a vigorous appetite, and also aids the diges- discolored with ink The most effective -
I Old Slim Timmons and hIs wife I
{ ; StM
the authors. male.Broodiness. tive tract in functioning properly, cleanser Is a paste made by I
Smith's
and two children were bitten by a
N:, ; UXIVHHSITV; rilOFKHSOIl mad dog only the other day. All can also be easily securing for the bird a larger utilization !- moistening chloride of lime with Garage t:

TO (J1VK: KAItlO T..IOS four of them are having to takea and humanely overcome throughthe of the feed consumed. water. Rub it on the stains until

H'SGIUe'J.Tl'JU: use of broody coops. The Important Lack of green feed Is often a cause I I they disappear. Afterwards wash
:\II'X: total of 25 Injections each in a
thing In using such a coopIs

treatment to prevent fatal effectsof to get; the broody hen into it
Radio listeners will have an op- rabies to themselves. This
the very first day she shows any
portunity to hear an entertainingtalk treatment will: cost each one of
If this Is
sign of that condition.!
+' talk on Mexico and its present them $25 or more, or a total of at -- -
broodiness -
her
she will
done forget
( t problems on April 3, when Professor least $100 in addition to the time
In less than half the time
C. E. Bennett of the College the caused.
lost and suffering
needed If she la
that she will be
'I of Engineering University: of to be time
Springtime!: seems a
vjw
the nest two,
allowed to stay on ,
:, 4 Florida, discusses the agricultural when rabies are especially prevalent three or four days. ; _6

p sltiiat'cn' In Mexico from station In dogs!: probably because broodiness Is allowed to continue I 1 tNf

j 4 vvncr, there are more dogs running free the harder It la to overcome and f 6 ,
;r ? The talk will be gIven at 1 p. at that time. They have been keptup !
P the greater will be the loss of egg
k in. ns a feature of the regular farm pretty well during the winter '
product on. I shall describe two
program, which is given on Monday hunting: season.
that I have found
broody coops
Wednesday and Friday! of Hables can be prevented( dogs!: effective. 11
'
each week under the auspices of by havIng the dogs vaccinated, exceptionally _
( For just one hen, make a coop
vi the Agricultural Extension DivIs- much Is :
as a
r' very person 2 by-2 feet. The sides are to 5
tea Professor Bennett spent several vaccinated for prevention of
be of slats for ventilation, and the
I years in Mexico and Is thoroughly smallpox By having your dogs :
k top solid for protection. Using a th
familiar with conditions vaccinated rabies
against you are single rope or wire fastened to the
there. protecting not only the life of your this
center of the top, hang coop
Professor Bennett has also lived dog but also the Eves: of human rafter .
convenient or
from
y1'' In Spain and It Is probable that beings. Maybe your dog In a valu any
of Such
branch a tree. a coop
he will give a radio talk on agrIcultural able one. Then you should cer- wind
of
will with gust
sway every
t conditions In that countryat tainly have It vaccinated for Its
hen takes.
and with every step the
a later date.r It Is not
Maybe
own protection.
That will keep her so busy trying!

quite HO valuable. Anyway you to retain her balance that she
'--- should have It vaccinated for Its
soon forgets her broodIness.
CHIPS I own protection and for the protection -
A The second form of broody coop
of the people In community -
your
be used
I wish to describe may

LA with good effect, when a numberof
carload of 16 tons of sugarcane ; ; The vaccination Is simple, Inexpensive
hens all decide to go on a strfke
was distributed to farmers of and painless. It Is effective -
Y the I, at about the same time. This coop
n Lee countyebruary by for a year or longer. Any should be 3 by 4 by 6 feet and
county agent, W. P. 1 layman. veterinarian can perform it.
two feet deep. The sides shouldbe
Vaccination! of the dog which bit
made of slats or poultry netting ,
Plans were completed and construction Slim TImmons and his family ,.
and the floor roof should be pro- ', .'.
$10,000 canning -
begun on a would, have cost somebody a dol- extend far
should
at Bunnell for the purpose )I vided and h
ly plant lar or two. The bite of this dog good
each side to give
enough\ on
v C of canning surplus early potatoes -
after he was mad cost Slim over This
protection from the rain. I..
according to County AgentL. .
$100 and lot of trouble.
a
2 3 feet .
coop should be at least or .
T. Nleland. Every dog in a community : .
F I off the ground to allow for good 1KJ.
which is worth keeping la worth ,
the
t More than 125 girls! of the 4-II circulation of air all around ...
vacclnat n"",. It we value our dog, .
I as
This Important
Osceola hens. Is very
clubs from Lake, Orange, ,
we should have it vaccinated. If
: cool. ::
broody hens should be kept
Volusla counties competed
? r and we do not -value him, we From three to six hens may
_) the garden contest sponsored by { of him. This Is a protection .
In it
placed in this coop and kept
the Central Florida Exposition, un
not only to dogs but also hu-
should be put ,
and n'ght. It
der tile supervision of their county day
.
home agents. IlUlallot. _- In a cool, shay spot Instead of the

t'UOT.\1.\U.\ !1'UOVKH;! sun.

ct LakeVorth 4-11 club girls are unTil IN :MANATKKBradenton ; : Plenty of good feed and clean

should be kept within easy
making beach touts of bleached water

s burlap block printing from block Fla.-The value of reach of broody hens the whole

they designed and cut, says Miss Crotalarlu as a soil builder has time they are confined In a broody

rj Bernlce Lyle, assistant home been demonstrated here by Emmet coop. This Is very Important and

I'r t demonstration agent of Palm U. Sayles' of Myakka City. Mr. should not be neglected", under any 1

Beach County. The girls plan to Snyles Is a citrus grower and Is circumstances. r It

consistingof now booster for Crotalarla for Hens so confined constantly fuss
ws make a three piece set
beach coats, bath suit bag (oilcloth summer\ \ cover crop In citrus among themselves, which tends to Fill your tank with PAN-AM and try ;it ti! Put it

lined ) and beach pillow\ groves, reports County- Agent Leo make them forget their broodiness through every driving test.

_S I1. Wilson Seeing other fowls at liberty -

sr About six or seven years ago also helps considerably: to

: Mr. Sayles heard of Crotalarla and speed up the end of broody spells. Be your own judge of this clean, dependable
-
k'-' [ wun.JUI 1MUX1KAM: Its value as a soil builder. lie realized This method should have the desired \ gasoline. All of PAN-AM's resources are pledged

that a legume crop was necessary effect in from three to five I to its reliability.PANAM .

k Following is a list of farm talksto In his grove to add the nec- days.", It is a particularly good :t

be broadcast from station flxsary organic matter. He paid method not only because of Its effectiveness -

j WnUF for the week ending April $5 a pound for the first seed he but because It is abso- gasoline In your tank speaks for itself. i

planted states Mr. Wilson. lutely humane. Try it!
P 3. These talks are put on by the l

agricultural Extension Division of By continually planting Crota- Better than any method of cur-

the College of Agriculture. Until lama Mr. Sayles has been able to Ing broodiness Is the plan for
,
( the end of March the farm talks make a grove out of what seemedto eliminating! It, now being successfully Pan American Petroleum I''

( will be glvt'1at 7 p. m. Beginning be a failure at the beginning used by many poultry rais-

with the first of April these talks till land has been built up each ers. With careful breeding It is ..' Corporation

",, fT d r"s i will be given at 1 .p m. The wave I' year by the addition of large possible to develop a strain of non- t

;'; length Is 204 meters. amounts of organic; matter and sitters or hens that will not go .

_ .t"IH March 30 -'Fowl Paralysis Dr. for u few years he was able to broody. Only hens that do not (

E. P. Thomas, assistant veterinarian sell all his surplus seed at fancy go broody should be used for l

prices. and If Is used In "
Florida Experiment Sta breeding care selecting -

tlo With I the exception of cold In- Just the right hens, broodiness d
t,, n.t4y
April 1 -- Some Facts About Jury In 1927 Mr. Sayles has a can be practically eliminatedIn a

; r the Home Garden, Dr. J. E. Tur- very tine looking grove at Myakka a few generations.A ; 8-8

t? ; lington, professor farm management City, says 1Ir.Vll on. The broody hen, unless neededfor

College", of Agriculture. crop for the present season has hatching eggs, is simply a nuis

April 3 The Agricultural Situation been very satisfactory, and the ance and an unnecessary nuisanceat
I
r In Mexico, Professor C. E. trees have pu t on a splendid that. It Is BO easy to breakup A a

Bennett, College of Engineering, spring growth. Growers In Manatee the habit there Is no reason kI A A GASOLINE'Burns flc

f University of Florida. county who \\'l1nto see what! why should be tolerated and a

tr Crotalarla will do for a citrus great many reasons that every e

Pensacola More than $3- grove are Invited by Mr. Wilsonto poultry raiser knows well why it rr I Clean

"; 000,00 in public building contracts visit the Sayles grove and see I should not be tolerated. But to lvi

i started recently in this vicinity. for themselves. be successful one must not make Because t
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BRADFORD'HIGH If IfS ; : Mountain-Top Air" In Cellar Room I beit lows.Fur ida Th..r.o lIlIh.ft' I Cleveland,V. Hlnnon MtilllVHnFur AI't. ',Ia \ '

1. aslax Ji JiI I Mtnrki-- Fred Kcott, A. J. ,
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Scattering Money Thomas, J. I.*. KlikUter. I It

I SCHOOL JOURNAL Helps Keep Toronto Reporters Warm t 1 I Moore For, Lnwtey James -Rosier J. 1,. I llarroll. J. 1!. f'I \

For Ur..uk b'n-J. I". Padeett. J. H. :,I'I
I ilL I Urlner. Jr. It. C Helheriier. 'I.i\;\, '
I We oppose with all our energy and one of the most foolish ways ,1 For K"lly-J. L. Underbill, Ilritt
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Al\nres, Joe .lohiiMon. '
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kpKNTS) : MAKK: HIGH AVKIlAGKH : 1IMISKT: : : FoR the proposition to divert some of I of going It In this case would be to h I I Fur \andvrtilli. L. Connor. Ker- 'I;' "
hLNQLiTThe : .sS.le, iureiv by Crown. Hum \\Mtehead, '
: the !gas tax money of Florida to' advertise for people to come to I #VFiV *'O.'p p.rri i1 : I For llcllbroiin, 11. (Jreen Drew ,!' ". 1''

Junior-Senior banquet advertise the state.Ve Florida and have them, I learn when : t I Jt..tltlIMh.'altpr demons.For ''t
will oppose I : Ith.ln-lIRrI'Y Lewis '
Hurley :
.tt H averages of the first semes- be added to the already crowded this gas tax money for any pur- they get here that they have to I Ji : 1 M<'Hue, Lonnle. Crawford. S I

with the student pay for their own Invitation! by a For [ ofttdr..ln-t. A. onnslly, W. .It!
WPre completed schedule of the last month pose other than the construction ol W Coleman, John I'revatt. S //iI I
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Ling ot mid-term examinations of school. The graduates will be highways and to meet the emergencies tax on the gas they use i For Krooker, J, Morgan E. M. !,I', .,

: [, last month. Quite a banqueted on a night two weeks that threaten to develop In- Another matter that should receive Maxell. Uoldnlrs Colwon.II.. t). SlAY, I' ...1 J; I

; e nover before examinations ac'ordng: to to calamities.It the most serious consideration 'I' cnairman. ",

,I ". students recorded general an announcement made by the Is not our purpose to nag of members of the legislature rtitti kbi ,''A.K J."cr OniFFIS..tary. 8-J2-6t-4-19. 'f I' : !I

' rages of 90 and up. Their Junior class) last week. Governor Carlton and we are not before they go to Tallahassee In "I

,Jme, are listed by the classes be- S opposing this project merely because April is that of using gas tax mon '! ,O'I'I'E "f tjJfi'

I I' nsin.uiiMtoriuG: ( : he proposed It at the West ey to refund bond money to counj j I In the Court-of the Oonnty Judge' '13, \\ ,

J ,,e.onth grade: Lois Adkns.IInle : Palm Beach meeting. We were ties. j In ami, ror Urmlfonl County, tOuts, of ,. .J I

Kitty HogsedJlots Baseball season Is It It were possible to refund l"lniIlit. 'S
rapidly '
Canova approaching on record on this quest'on even before I i I \TIIIJ MATTER OF TUB K8TATH.V .j .

II U>ng, Sinclair Peek. Mar- and no one seems to Governor Carlton was nominated what roads should have cost along I 01" S S

" lei prevatt Dorothy Swan born.Ilthlh realize It more than local boys. in the June primaries and main state highways where cooni I r .T.T Hitch Ultch, nlwo known UH Nelson 'I -

; ) grade: Mary Brownlee Several early practices were called we have not changed our attitude ty or district bond money was : I eceitsl.> S : j
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Vlll Edwards, Ina Forsyth, during the last two weeks and used we would favor making/ such r nil irt'illtoru. legatees, illxIrlliiitveH :
t (, ,' In the sllKlieat degree.To II nnil, nil \omnium' luivimrclalinn l .''i
! L,' Haynes, Louise Marcotte. quick organization of a Bradfordnine tax automobile drivers as refunds. Hut we are opposed, I w:th dtraa .. ft r. ic )t I i or tie l muiiili UKuiiiMt Halt..1 ;'.;,'1

: Bernice Bradley Is looked forward to. all our energy to Indiscriminate I tt tt r 'rr ____ rntatoiu.' d--5' 1 1I
SIIII II grade such for any purpose other than todirectly I \ ( nnil filch of )'uu. are'* )lirrtby, S
Louise Edwards S refunding of county and dlstr:ct notified unit itiilreil to present. any ,h1i' 5
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Brlnson benefit
Id,ts, II. II. S. Ilf.MvMr. them as automobile road bond totals without regard 1:1: : i111a I: clalnm I ,and demanilH which you. or'either .-
Morgan. drivers Is unjust Constructing nf you may have uKnlnHt the .

BTenth gradeGuy: Andrews Alii / highways does benefit them to the manner In which the money I eNtItle Maid: ..j'I''H"J"' ;:' it lielnic,I'l't.'I; I. soinvtlmun 1t'Pl5UtlII, ..iA'S!;t ,S

Fernandez, Gary Overstreet Uay-Compose a sentence and In a large measure they get was spent and where the roads z. r 'known und nuire, fullv I ii,'nc'rlli.-il UH.NKIXOf ( ,(
showing the ot the 11 I c '1'. IIU'CII, isle of Itruilrntit '
use
Lhael Hazel Ann White word vest- were built. Only that money S
Silcox, back their <
tax money later -provided -
ICnuiity, Florldd to the lIiorable
|tn \villams.ihleventh! al. I the tax does not become a which was judiciously used In the I j ; I 11)101) KK A, tlanlltu-r, I'ouanty.Iua.lga, i .I S S

grade: Louise Hayes. Lester-It I eat too much, my construction of main through highways i ( of Itindfoid, County, at his, olllia In J4 a
)permanent fixture and the pro- 54 I the CIMI 11 ty Courthiinxff In Slnrk. J ,
L Murrotte.! Edna Stonsbury, vestal bust. ceeds !go to some use not at all should be refunded If this Uradroril" Ciiniily, Klurliln. within I I I iititIis .,\ .
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Sponholtz. Hazel Underbill ,lected with automobiles can be done thus far and no farther fioin hernof.the. dale All of the IIrutpiiblUutloii '
ister con claims nnil .
grade: Willie Mae Hln- Miss Jackson-What Is steam? through the saving of and would we believe the state ''demaiKlii. not |>'r...entpd within the _
Twelfth wear
i'i'! ; Itlma I null I In '
S'ootle-'Vater with the ; j the manner IIr..rlh..1 "
L Dorothy Sapp, Edna Strick- crazy I tear on their cars, through the Justified In using gas tax money ; herein shall. b.. bai'nid as ptuvldod $;
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io.Iv en t. for the purpose. But we doubt ; by law.Hated. S
saving of gasoline and through Mere mention of March 5. A. D. II2T1IM ( <>. '
S the saving of time In going from the possibility. ATLANTIC NATKINAI HANK i ,
: HK'Kl.iITKK: June Don't football playersever this pioposltion brings visions ofa S OF JACKSONVILLE.: As CxeLUtor ..
one place to another. That is the of I tha I-a.t Will nnil Testament' of
GIVES CHAI'KL TALK have their suits washed? big state pork barrel, especiallyto 'fll), "f
only reason In our opinion why it N. T Hitch, ulna known us Nelson
Dora-Sure, what do'you think those districts where money has T. Hitch. '
Is fair for automobile owners to W. O. : '
Hy IIOOZKH.
Rev. L W. Klckllter was Brad the scrub team Is for. pay a tax to build highways that been squandered Instead of spent :2-8-Ot-B-a. Its Vice President 1 S

Ird's guest at chapel last Thurs- |ud:ciously. ) \
enhance the value of lyIng
property -
visit was his first of Mrs. White-I think Would will turna ( '
1.i The you We hope the legislature NOTHK OK FINAL' IJlIJCIIAIlIUI 1'
; both sides of the roads.
on new ,
18 year Uev. Ktckllter spoke of have passed In this history if you deaf ear to Governor Carlton's -

modern educational advan'es had paid a little: attention. The fact that automobile owners recommendation of using gas tax Sixty days after data hereof on 4''
? have paid the full 5 cents cheer In-wlt ; the lust clay of May, I I .f5 S
afforded today as contrasted f'aul-I paid as little attention money for advertising: and thatIt the nndorslKiied: : ICxeciitrlx: :::9'lh. '
fully proves that they are willingto Last ''1'111111,1 Testamvnt. of the Kslate .
[th the school systems of earlierIrs. as possible, I'm sure. do their full share and some will use wisdom and discretion Thirty-eight: thousand feet above produce steam at air pressure almost of James P. 1'hllllpn itec"iinnil

He called upon the youngl.ple In handling all other proposals on rci-lcvcl: in a Toronto basement! aa slight as that at Lieutenant MilO:' will present my vouchers and Itnal( ist; :

,. to make the most of the Mac-What is that new flea heal des. this subject.-Leesburs Commercial C. A. Dunham. Chicago beating Cready'. record night elevation. 3S,70-& Uardlner account ,to County the Honorable Judge. of Bradford n..... A.! ,I

Iny opportunities before them. song? Nothing but an emergencj/ could /'.Igt neeI'. used on age-old law of nalir feet above sea-level and with gtrn "ollntr' Florida. and, auk for his ap- 9 g'

Iv' Klckllter also read the scripre Ben-My little Grey Home In justify even the d'verslon! of part I U- In designing. the heating method saving of fuel In any building whcrv! $,Jiccutrli.and my discharge. aa such .
of this fund temporarily to nchool l .>r the new home of the Toronto' it Is used. .
the Vest. '
This let
day 1II2H ,
lesson and led In prayer dur- purposes. The school system Is of .......+ +..++v...+..+.. I>tar. one of the finest publishing and "Ordinary heating plants overheat LOU nllll..rl'h.ANNA UKIVPT

|L i: the exercises. SllV.l8t\ Importance that It 'iince structures In North America buildings in as much as OS per cent ct =3-l.Dt-4.20.. llxeciitrU, SoSI.u.i.i S
Miss Ollchrlat-Use Conduit In llising1111" :: Hie fact
that
S on a mountain water the cold weather" said C. A Thlnn
feet and ," or fvriIION: '' joi'i'i.V ,
should stand on Its own '
,tONI> (;It.STl'IHES: a. sentence. + ;:\ 11'111ldlnC';:\ Cor + mil* nt degree far lower than ta re- tha expert who supervised! Installation Fusit 1"1: t .. 1.:1.1"1. "I'IIt" ;

LIFE IX 1IOILAM) Met'rill-Sorry but I conduit. be paid for directly by the peopleof 4 :(Ulrod at sea-level, where the air of the Dunham method "Uy thlt 'Ult mi tni-ouii c'01 %rv, 'S

e the state without any camouflage ....+..+....+++....+.... :puivuro In greater, has been utilizedor OlITcrentlal vucuuin, hen ting motnor. Kl.llllll :; i

Dutch village con- I Make Yin Bigger Then, or Indirect tax that will 10139: building heating purpose. no surplus heM Is produced at eMrr, ; t
A m'nlature: The Wateroak It Y P. U cum rIte Notice IK herctiv, ilven to nil whom hi
The newest Ford Joke comes think the schools costless Chicago export Installed a system cost. to be wnstcd Copy desk '11"all..y' ,
ucted on a sand table by the I make them over Sunday night and put r 111> i avery i mt gives "cool" I It limy 'i-nmvrn I Hint t the undnr-ilirneil i I S
steam or "luke. And tenants alike will Ret every'tiny will i I I have ini'pnred nnil K>iiivHt I hpiiMNKire
from the South Florida Fair It do. Given |
actually S
much than they
lend. gr.fde is attracting/ which v' irm'; steam' or "hot" : ::: :
Interesting program; stenm. as the just tho heat the weather: vnlU: I of Hpeclnl l.'gleIi l I.MI for If)
I pinion and comment. Descrlp- involver a $I .500 IsottaFrasclilnl the proper school system and mair- enjoyed by all. We hope they nrathcr dfinnnds.\ It Is possible to for." the i-ininty of llindfoid', Hlatn of I'
automobile on display In the willing to was Floilda. Ht I lh.. reir'iliir' neKHlmi. of II.., '
jniof the Dutch were written by ugement. the people are "li'Klilittuin. of tie ,
will visit us aga'n soonMi' -------- t Ulaln of 11"1'11\'' ,
three being printed be- Ital'an e-Khlbn. The name plate pay full price for educating/; their IIIJ'i: a tdll" to leKiihxo, rail I ty nmlfiinllnn g.-
i pupils, T. N. Norman and Mr. and ouBiii, Miss Lillian Kelly Saturday Jacksonville -- Pun, America! !: : I toy Htul' nil :ucla and:,.II doliiKsof '
of the big Italian car bears the fool S
..v. Miss Ethel Clrlffln: is the children. You don't: have to Mrs J. '\". McRae motored to and Sunday.Mr Petroleum, Corporation will ex tlie': 'lloiird tit L'oiinty:' ComnilxMloneiB ''- -
the second grade. Initials of the makers l-S, A them. The emergency which existed of I llrndford, ; <'oiinty\ l'Florldti In -
,icher of than ( ) for
Sampson Sunday.Mr. pond more $75.(100 con- '
rcKiudx to the lnillilliiH of ail.II./ ,
an
chauffeur wandering around Floyd Crosby wan vlu:tluK ,
hilt I Have LoiiiiMil .About ThJHitch. '- negro when the Increase of gas tax and Mrs. L. E Ilaltlwanger, nl l r net Ion of two-story olllc'e and t Ion to Hml repair of thr County '
the exhibit hall wonted to know of of It for a In SutnpRon Saturday night. lull llriulfnrd Comity .
and diversion part 5'
were guests at the home of Mr. supor-HervIca station heie.MV 1 .,rl'r\ to legalise.: latlfy:; und l

The Dutch people I live in Hoiiid what kind of a car It was. He period of two years was accomplished and Mrs. E. J. McKue of Waldo Mm. Amanda Sllcox and Miss I' ( loiillrnt I tlm. contrai'lliiK i I tlinrefor liyHald

\. Their faces are round They had never Been one before An- cans be taken care of now Sunday.( Delilah Kdwaids l were guests; at : l'.tSSlSGI'R: st'uIElUfIsBeginning : .with 1 It'Mtril/J, T\ tJui of Cnurity iglt'y and ConiiiilHidon 1., A.. liuvlx' S S

ve blue eyes and yellow hair other negro was ready with the In- In other ways and should be. Mrs. II L. HaltlwaiiKer of Jack /; Sunday Dec. 30th i'II-IMI i lIners. ....""" liiiHliu-NM. UK 'llllfl'I. .
ilio home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
,8 girls wear blouses.and skirts. formation. "Boy can't" you see It gas Is taxed now for advertising sonvllle. was visiting :Mrs. H. M. Crosby Saturday and Sunday Seaboard\ Railway hediilvti, for Islid i III2'I: 'I, i unit I liitvlM to IxKiillxi. on I .liinuarv'*, rallfv I I 7th.and, A."onIInil II-,

e boys wear round caps and that P on the front, he said there Is nothing under the Mcllne Sunday. Starke were posted as fololws: I the iNminiitu of cKitlllinteN. i I miIndeblodiiifiiN '1 ,
We are sorry to learn (Hint Mm. In I the of ) ) tJ
"Tin t stands for Italian Ford.! We have Hum $4MHIIU
If cant be taxed for.
ule pants. When skating day sun Mi. Newn Burney of Starke. C C'. Crosby Is very Ill. We wish Hollllilminul whlih" Imve hereloforo or may h"r- j
mes the people do not have to S I heard of a dozen different projectsthat wax visiting hN. sister Mrs. L, No. 1_( Local! ) 10:07: p. m. Hfter, ba I tunned. tiv t the ci.. .lit, hoard L.all-Does 'oo want to buy some her a. apeerty! recovery.' .ullly <' of Itruilford,
i to school When a baby is tute 'title tlttens?" people will try to get t the next Crawford Saturday. I MiL tm Conner was vlalllng No. 11-(Local ) 11:48: a. m. I'(ill nl v. Flnrlilii'' undvr, uml. by vlituanf .. -

legislature to consider and every No. 3-( Limited l ) OH4: a. rn. Hfild contractl.dAUU ,
Is they put a those who attended
It It a boy, Among
rn, Lady-What did you say? Ills parents Mr. and 1 Mrs. L.. 1>. OF r'OI'NTV COMVIIS-) I SuIuNI.HM
,1 ball on the door. It a girl Is Lad Does 'oo want some 'Ittle 1 promoter points to a gas tax as a Corinth church Sunday from Waeroak Conner Monday night. No. 107-( Limited) 1:19: p. m. (II.' IUtAI K Jltll< S dl

>rn, they put a pink ball on the tlttens? means. of raising money for his were: M'snes: Edith( am Misses Ida Mae Conner wan vs-: No. 191-( Limited( ) 11:31: p. m.tirlliboiuifl I'OI'NTY fly J. il. ritvVH Fl.nlllDA| ) S Sits j 'S

>ot" Lady What Is It ? pet hobby. If all of them should Roberta. Conner, Matlie. and Carrie Itlnic MrM. I.BOII Conner Sunduy.Mlnvurt > Chulrnmn.ATTHHT I .
be will be paying a No. 2-Local( ) 4:41: n. m. : 15
adopted, we
By A. Z. Adklns Jr. Belle Norman, Mary and Cundacy
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Lad '- Does 'oo want to buy adam Mattle and Carrie Hells II.V, AU'FltMAV' .
dollar gallon! for In Florida No. 12-( Local ) 3-50: p. m. S '
Seven years old. National Grocers a ; gas Alvarez, Messrs. Frank and Ilusse :Norman dinner the Clerk S S
loUd tat? were ftueata at
and nobody would drive aTiir Into Norman Felix Sapp and Mr. und No. 4-( Limited ) 8:57: p. in. tinted this l\I"r'h 4th, A. D 1131. -
Bulletin. home of Misses\ Lillian Kelly Sun __1.!' tJ.5.i! iS't' :
The Dutch live In Holland. They the state. Mrs. T. N. Norman. day. No. 108 -Limited) 6:40: p. m. -
\o'II'pl or" i>i"('n IIIC.H
ive round faces, yellow hair and Fort Pierce will celebrate port There Is such a thing: as killingthe Misses Muriel und Rachel sa- MesMrs. Lola Newman, Fred No. 102-l.llIIlte.( l ) arriving S

ue eyes. The girls wear long opening/; early In June. /goose that lays golden eggs 'ox Starke. were visiting theirS llulBlop and MlBson Jennie Maudo here at 5:31: a. m., stops! only for 'I'.. All Whom It May lonrerniNnllcu ,, '
the of letting oft puHHcngern I '
whiteps purpose In In hereby Klvu.i that
and
lits. short blouses Crosby und Iris !\fcltap., motored from the Hast Const.Nov. I The children wear wooden to KiiiKsley;: / lake Sunday after- of April, A. M. 1F8U beforo tne. II'inirabla -
have canals instead :: f.., c. (. Movietone Operators Sailing Round the iV' :u'l' 7, 8, 9. 10, (Orange Blossoms tltiorKe A. Gardiner CountyIndira S
oeg) They 1101)11. .', .. luriut furl. ,
limited. trains) do not stop of County, I'lorlilil, ,
streets. Their streams do not { ; and Sounds in La.tJ.A at his ..//11(..... In the court ho".",,. InIlia .
T" Photograph Sights Foreign In Ktarke. j' '
the ; & < of Hlarka., Florida, pr' n ntmy ;
m fast so they have to use 'tYe I Ilion
I. C. C. Rules "'/lnlll'f' Ilrinii returns and make 1I111, >1I"R- I
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udmlll. for Hnul dlxihiirKe as admlnlsrator -
': No. 101-LeavcM Starke 9 a. m. of the semis tif, Ill-.hu.it Hay ,
fr4IML ANO N -
Nettle Dowllng %. :: .:: 102 Arrives Starke 4:40 White deceasedUhiOIlUE.
P"'I.tiSTIN6ii Against Carrier No. : p (
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Eight years old. i./ e AN:1' ::: : C. WM1TB'; ,
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/j' ", "" i ; ., m. !..!,:!! t-. !|| .__ ,Imlnl.trlliorNo'r.c" )
: ... Ilium HUM Mini _
4f4.IfS ; ; Fertilizer Plea
The Dutch wear wooden shoes. : i"'s': 'j; ..I.. .. 8:63 t
; Northbound-5:10: u, m., : _

e Dutch play boats with their 1r S .c SS.\\ a. m., 1:58: p. rn., 5:18: p. m., 8:08 S rn flrrnlt 'ourt, Twenty-Sixth Judicial ..

""8 The girls' wear little Jack- 5 S ICnllioiKl > and skirts. The boys wear lit- Florida, In chancery. '4: ''J' _
14tttlos Lang 9:37 12:07
rI. J)114hlIt4b Southbound- : II, m, : Iris C'. Oaniner I
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round caps. Some make sail & S m., 4:07: p. m., 0:37: p. m., 10:50: i'omplaliiant.VH., i '
ats When they .. \ *
of
their shoes. Tallahassee March 23. Notice
-- p. 111, John T. Hiittnn. et A I. I'I'' ,I S
in the house they pull off their r w.v1 :. '. i has been received at the Florida/ Defendants, : I

men. 4 :' 4f -.. ., railroad commission: that the Interstate ,\OTH'.I 'I'(' llllll'ICIIIM: \ ,' MIt It appearing by atlldnvlt appendail S ,1
S S a4* r to the bill (lied In the above causa, I J t
They have yellow hair and round commerce commission at 'urmioii: that, It Is believed by complainant. ,I'! ,

es The windm'll! is to pump Washington!; has dismissed( the petition that Will Hiinlk, one of the defend- 1 _

Jo water make the flour. of carriers the main- Notice IK irlV tlvm that all ants named In Maid. cause. In a nonr".lfI..nt '
to against
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or vltlsen of the Htato of
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rrmlltnrs LrirnlrrH, IHMrtbutvN' nun
There is a girl on our sand-ta- ,n1; tenance of existing rates on t.- alt persons having claim. mcalim! "Florida; Hint' hla last known address t

,' washing her window. The i tll'zer material the estate of llurvay M Hiiyil: .'r. I, are hr..bv r.tjtuirei| j I to t.rr- I lend, Indiana. ; that ha li.* over Twen
'Ilk cans are carried by a dog 4 For a number of years the Flor- sent the Maine duly, auth'ntlciitMl" to ty-one year of ana; Hint there. Is S \

Illng a cart Some. of the girls 1i .1r5 da. railroad commission has had 1 tha County J Uti lie nt Itrs.I.turd iiiiinly iiu person In the Htata of Florida" _
t Florida at his oltli I In the court known to complainant.. service i>f a. ssubpoena
'"e poles on their shoulders caring In effect rates on fertilizer ma- InUNO, In II Ii. C'lly or I-IIIIrk.., within uiion whom would bind th : some flowers that are inS erlalu In carloads made on the niio' war from .1..,. I h.rsot or' t.his aid detemlant.IT : .
notice will ba hell In liar thr tn, in TiiiiitRFonn rirtnRRKn: I t
Jars which hang from the basis of 75 per cent ot the going ".nil all |i"rHoiis 'lnd..bifl, to ulil. VMtsta that tha said. defendant, Will Hankie, ,

lea rates on fertilizer. This relationship are "..|ulr.d to imy the MUIIXforthwith .- and ha 'la hereby. r"iiilred t.. appearto '
to the undrMlifnBU ailinlntrator. the bill/ cif, complaint. tiled In said I
Lillian Mosely In rates wan established to muse on or before Monday' the First *

Elghtvyears old. allow the farmer to buy bin materials This the 19th day of )Manh, A. D. day of April, A. I II.) I lUll, otherwIse
1029.: the alleicalloiia/ of said. bill will Im
In mixed carloads and dohis taken as confessed by said d f nd-
A. H, C'u. WH,
::\ 'J.\SS.
lOft ( "'II.I.S : own mixing. A further pnr- Administrator nf estate of ant.IT

))IPJ.() OUnERS ; rFI: : pose of the adjustment was to allow 3.22-5 -llarvay/ -I1. M. Hnyiler, d..ceaM...il. thin. order Ifl FUtlTMKrt be puhlUhe'i OnDERKD once: a week,that 4

fertilizer manufacturers located for four consecutive weeks In the
llradford County Tdnnrraph. a newspaper -
Sixteen \O'I'U'
full names were placed 2 at Interior points a marginIn -- of treneral .-trt-ulitIon. pub- ttS.Stare _
' the malls last week, and trans- rates that, would enable themto I Untied, In Htarke, Uradford. county ,
In the Unlt'l malm District
of Florida.W1T.NK.MH _
rted to the dploma! factory compete with the port cities. Court. $otI t hem I stat l net I "t Kl-o'l'l' J the seal of this court.as S

'!anwhlle the senior class of 1929 By a petition filed with the Interstate In ,llankruptiy. Case. ". 3933. al... the name of II. W. Alderman I _
IN
UK: C It. It"toert. )1lIvlduallyr Clerk of Court this the :iljrit. '
'Patiently awaits the arrival of Commerce Commission. In :tid: trading: SM Koliprt'M' I I'ry floods day. of February, A. t>, 1929O. -
.. and a* Jtni'erts Everything? YouNVciir
Plotting, Invitations and the rest October 1927, Florida t'arriersat- Hnnkrupt W. ALDKHMAM. I S
: Clerk Cltrcult (',,
Nt'F1ci!! i!-: In hereby: glv.n Hint the urt.
graduation necessaries."Tilths tacked the fertilizer materal: rates J ItJ LtJf': ""AN S
t.lI..m.." who JJiKlltatud '
bankrupt wnw n<
e as constituting' undue and unrea- on iJeuomlx-r. I II. 192's.! hnaMint A. H. CHRw"* J'Plily Clerk
; OK TKASI: : 1 application for UlnchurKa from I ? "
onable advantage, preference and I Solliltor for Complainant. t
1'/
ix BIG IJI': f.SUA nil debts provable ttKnlnxt sall| 'Is .4 .S...44.% /
prejudice between persona and loalltlea tunkrunt ....'era such, H* are oxii.pl- -- u---'--
.il by Jaw from such discharge. and
lurprlsln- ate in Intrastate commerce,,, that a h..arlnwill ba hml brfora no'rut: OP I"'V'L" I>I C-II\IUR

sale of pictures on the one harlj and on the other,, the tlnltvil Hiat"" I HlMlrlrt ..lii.lif of _
Tornado Whirlwind teams 4'ourl on April 29. l 19:1": nt 10 Notice. U hereby given that sixty .1 5
Urred as a contlnu'ng: undue unreasonable 'lix-k a. .n. In Ilia Unltotl HiatvsCourt lays after ilmt hereof" I will file my tr'
last week.'- The picture i L- .,-- and unjust discrimination L lloom. Federal. hullillnir. Jacknonvlllt final. account and vouchers, an administrator -

the> girls made at the Hoover Australia' first hots" the movie men made was accompanied by his sister, .... wandering against Interstate and .. Florida and all ir.<.lltom of the rXata of W A. 5
foreign .
ol .
the -anpress and other persons In Interest areli.reIy Clrlbbla, deceased. with the IlonorBbla -
08 Studio, sold will, while 182 When 1928. for a that of a Neapolitan dancer doing the about Jerusalem on Christmas ommerce. notllleil to then and l there > Jeo. A. .Iardln..j County Judic SJ C '

den were sent In for kodak left New York December 1. ""tarantella" traditional whirl originally Day when the faint strains of music Dhow. cause I If any they ....v.. why of Hrmlford County, Florida, and axle j _
of 133 day. abe Intended. an antidote for reached him. Listening attentively, S the prayer of Maid petitioner nhoulil for hl. approval and my Anal dls- je
voyage :;
apshots made by Coach Ray.I'LANNEI. globe.glrdlmg Ten thousand poneltla: cuttings not, be ajrantod.IMI charge as such administrator.: n _
passengers three ),fovletone the deadly bite of a tarantul.COthe be recognized one of his own tunes |. Jacksonville, FUirlda. Mar.II <1 This lat dar of March, 1939.
$3 distributed In
February
carried were by
of Instruments. the ....,
STl' T "MGHT : ) the trip to music twanging spirited composition mentioned KUWARD: K. UlUIHir.E.
: making
whO are Irs. Ihnta I. Vaden home demon- MOIUJAN F. JONKS. 3-1-91-4-24 SNo.rIcio S
operators icundS 5. An Interesting Incident la connec- above. What a sensation he must Administrator
the It Itcfersa In .
order to photograph Interesting tion with this trip was revealed recently have experienced hearing his own beloved tratlon agent of Putnam county. Itsnkrupicjy.o'rici.i

The faculty,: anounced Friday well .s the sights at the when Rudolpb FrlmJ, noted music thousands of miles from Leesburg and Eustls plant of .. OF FESAL. flIsCJI.IRGIIS LJ
or ":' :t-"I'IO'V
at Plans were being laid for the places on the composer of "Row Mari*" and other New Torkl Suddenly the band swung Vllllama Company wholesale --- frI

nnual the "mo'l'1e. bm musical succeasea who also I* en rout Into view whereupon Prim approached Notice Is hereby given that sixty l S Js J _
stunt night and that this grocery business, sold to Lewls- By the power vested In, them bv daya, after date hereof I will fllw,
and my
Slit would within silent stage around the world aboard the Empress the leader, mad himself known the laws of Florida, the tloar.l of final account and vouchers an Hxecutor ,
e next come to pass ibIS to hear M of Australia, In search of new material, and was given the baton and Invitedto Chitty Consolidated of Jackson Subtle Instruction of Bradford CounY of the UK title of W Kllery _

} few weeks. Students Im- Bpeech and surprised residents of the Holy City lead them la playing his piece. So ym8.I calls an election l to ba held. at the P."I.. deceased with the Honorable j S
('ately' r..lI.nvlnc named plsicea on April to (lea A. lardlner' SI
County of S
) the began to secretly work. eorlng the I by directing the bt>d of the Palestine well did they render It that the I Montverd 110,000 girl's I9l'i, for the purpose ..f electing firailrord County: Florida Judge and aalc -.

, "ious stunts and accord- did IICI In order police aa It played his own stirring Movietone operators lost no tin In dormitory constructed at local interdenominational three trustoa .."h. and determining for hi. approval and my final discharge

,, lo rumors a goodly number terlty S eharacter18tlC.arId.* When the march The Bonxff of the Vagabonds" photographing this unique tt( A in ', preparatory dlntrlct.the mlllasa to' bn assessed In each as such Executor '
This let day or
"prising tricks will appearat tar-olf places of the at fteple. one of the from Tte Vagabond King," Prim!, th* 1U* of a coo poar. ... I'school.[ For the purpose of holding iialilelattlun ELXBUV!: March.M. DAVIS.1S29. .' 5 S
night Empreu arrived I the manavars are as fol- )-l-n-4-26. *.ecutor.'S'' i5SS5
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1 r') PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH 2f>, ,?.
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distance: bus travelers are said t(3 ''a man as their $.Husband who says and small the amphibian plane RED CROKt9-NEw'R--

Bradford County Telegraph "contain twelve berths to accommodate he Is only married to one of them. and Florida will get along famously Three

$ I From Other Pens I eighteen Well It seems that some time after he together" It t, then, behooves new memberlast 111"Ii I
rR; Established 1877 persons. week: L. C. Powell
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IICM attention on \1"''
married his first .wife, he married Florida to center K
,.. / one and a ball: will not crowd a land- Tyson, Mrs Julia Ktnii: 1 !
of adequate
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-- -- another woman, but being already the constitution\ \
berth as bad a* two persons. married this second marriage wan :tug fields for these !transportation have now 106 member Pili t
Second Clas
and Entered
Published Weekly on Fridays as S Beneath the dome of Florida'!I Starke Telegraph That's "goo Illegal. Later he divorced: his l facilities of the Immediate future are still coming In f.1 i 'J'', '01 1

'i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. capitol HOB-what?-Starko Telegraph _, arithmetic -- Palm Beach Inde. first wife and married a third If we wish for a continuance\ of I lief. We wish to thank ,., >lllM

S. Matthews _____ ._______, _____Owner and Publishe r Deft you mean "who?"- pendent. -0- woman. She Is, he claims, his real 1 the tourist busliu-ss! alone without who peclally so our kindly friends coiitni! In'i 1..1*,, ?,I ,
,,, legal wife. We don't know whether thought to a commercial future I ; .1,
JT. C. Robinson ._ _____ u ________ Managing Edito r Palm Reach Independent"Hoys Believing" that prisoners need a he is a bigamist or not, but he wo cannot afford! to be slow Hampton, also then 11.1 1 i,.
-n-- better outlook the Camp No 138, Woodni,
life
on people Clough John I 1 '
In certainly an optimist. Sane In ths: matter Ivy 'I I I
liaising Corn"-headllne, of Citrus have World. We .
county repaired ford Herald son In Leesburg Commercial. appreciate i II";"? ,
f: ;. g SUBSCRIPTION RATE ClrlH raising Cain?-Starka Tele' lawn and otherwise beautified the 0-- ---0- 'vices of !Mrs.\ Lamb: u Ii"", I I",III!|>

;' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7:>Payable in Advance graph live was the first girl to grounds around county jail.-Ex: Old Man Florida seems to be ...........v...WTIIL'RESSA ... so much to raise the +i I", "" '18
raise Cain. Palm Beach Inde- change. Now If they will remove amount sent forward.

Advertising Rates on Application. pendent. the window bars the prisoners will somewhat of a farmer, himself. : Mrs. Q. P. UHMI',,'n,|
Just noticed that he has state
a
-- ,- .- --- -- -- --oBet enjoy a final outlook and a change :Miss. Rhoda Zciglvr I Cor. Sf" i' 1.1))r'
who wrote: "It I la I of farm at Ralford with 18,000 acres -
the
i iy Watch your step Monday-but you'll get caught anyway', better to have poet been loved and lost scenery-.----.'- 15.000 of it under fence, 2,000 ........................ .!o _______._..___
i acres under cultivation 1.000a.cres
0--- than never to have loved at all"was Governor Carlton Is violently !Mr and Mrs. Lee Geiger and the
In horticulture, 1,200 head
a married man.GrovelandGraphic. opposed to all forms of gamblingIn Mis" Geh el"8' mother, of Starke
'I Spring fever i is not fatal, though the victims look hall f of Jersey, Angus and grade cattle. SPECIAL
Florida He insists .
that
it must were visiting/ Mr. and( Mrs. J P
't'tI 600 head of hogs, 3,000 laying '
dead. :
r stop We'd like' to see him hornn Dickinson here Sunday.
several years hens, 100 head of mules and
I 1 =-----tr )--- For they have : on a damosellIan bridge fracas Mrs J. J. Zeigler and children:
been keeping cool with Coolidge and..!ry to stop it while It's in full horses with a list of products Indicating were visiting Mr\ and Mrs J. KAdkliia SALEOn
These one and two trailer freight trains have no placeon to look as that the farm l la well man-
r but now It begins blast. M'aml: Riviera. How In Hampton] Sunday afternoon -
the l Is going to make aged. This In the state's prison
highways. though Hoover could you wish such a thing?- .
farm. Some of business.
K o things hot for the bootlegegrs. Tavares Citizen. place Mr. David Moore attended the
Arcadia Arcadian.
Lingerie follows lines of figure, fashion note. And the eye Tallahassee New --0- -0- glee club practice In Starke Mon-
-o- Colonel Knight says you must day night.
The state of Florida does not ButcherKnives
follows the lingerie. See where a basball fan got ex- not change the tax on intangiblesand !Mr. and !Mrs J. J. Zelgler and
cited the other day and hugged the Colonel does owe one cent, and Its people as acons'equence
1 o Kay not want the children were visiting Mr\ and

x At least the legislature can't adopt every system proposed lady setting next to him Result: railroads to be disturbed. The vide Interest, and are not sinking taxed funds to pro-to Mrs. M\ W. Lee and children Sun-
the ball
Next day, 600 ladles at movie operators don't want any day night.
to reduce taxes. for Indebtedness. State
( care -
l game Palatka Times-Herald. tax on their business and no nuIs- !Miss Oulda Hall has been quite
Chamber of Commerce squib
.
o -o ance taxes: should be allowed to 111, but is much improved at this

k Tampa Tribune says county board refused to raise taxes. Bedbugs seem to run strong In pass. Real estate needs relief from several printed as Florida an original newspapers.editorial The by writing. lOc to 25cAll

some PaHAOraphers' mlnds.- taxes. Watch the automobile owner !Miss Okie Hlnson spent the
The won't object.
taxpayers
state of Florida by virtue of coun-
Telegraph. They
Bradford County get It In the neck. Tallahassee week-end in Starke with her sister -
OG mind than ty, district and municipal bond Issues -
run no stronger In our State New Sizes
Mrs John Hall and family
G Painfully frank: "Putnam County Fish Liars Meet': "headline anywhere else they happen to stop ---O- 'owes many millions burdenedwith of dol- M.'. Gary Arrent wax visiting
lars and its
for a few days.-Clermont Press. In the approval of this year's people are Lester
in Palatka Times-Herald. Zelgler Sunday
taaxes. It's bad policy, not to ;
-0- budget of the state road depart- Mr and Mrs. John Hall and children DeWitt C. Jones
y'b speak of morality for the
o One who makes and keeps news-
family ment the people of Clay county of Starke, were visiting: Mrs.
While California is covered with hail and snow, Florida an attractive home place In a community have possibly overlooked the fact papers of Florida to crculate!' sucha Hall's parents Mr and Mrs. G. W

is covered with only sunshine. Is of more worth to the that this gives to Clay county a whopping, lie Palm Beach Independent Inson[ Tuesday afternoon Hardware

o community than a dozen who find new paved highway/: to Lake City, Mr and !Mrs. II D. May were I
1 fault with everything everybodYelse one of Florida's two main gate- -----o- Starke, Fla.

a p t: ," There may not be many strong hands in the next legislature does.-Chlpley Banner. ways; this new highway is by the Th'nk: minute, (it won't hurt shopping Mr\ G.V.in Starke, Hinson Wednesday.was attendIng -
how
Vii'' rl I but vocal ability will not be lacking. -o way of Slarke to Lake Butler you much), and automobiles try to realize and hard just sur- to business In Starke Wednes ."'**-,-.--I I--.-.----'
Red bugs seem to run in someparngraphers' Green Cove 'Springs Times.o -
R+ day.
-----o-- development I
minds 'the face roads have means to the I
says
/ .
c 1 r. Florida is bound to make good as a rubber producingstate Starke Telegraph. That's because Gilbert Leach has found a mar- of Florida during the .....N........e..0....e

with so many miles of bathing beaches paragraphers have to scratch to ried woman, so pretty in Leesburgthat last 10-year period. Then you .
take In the meaning of the : NEW{ RIVER
week.-, may :
o fill a column a day or he thinks her husband should
Times-Union. statement of Roger Babson, made bliss lassie Sapp! Cor. *
take out theft her.-
a policy on
$rr' The Keystone Heights section loses a good citizen and one at the state press meeting when e .
o Eustis Lake 'Region. Judging by ..... .. .... .
N e. NW .A .
I" he said: "I will stake my reputation -
> of its founder in the death of Rev J. J. Lawrence. Suggestion of a World's( fair for the looks of Mrs. 'Leach, itwouldn't
that aviation, during the next Mr and Mrs M\ }o'. Wiggins and
c In 1939 Is receiving most
-0 Tampa be amiss for Gilbert to
I 10 years will contribute more to her sister Miss Veda Andrews,
favorable comment In the press: take out aH*>*icy on her.-Palm
Airplanes seem to have no better luck with trains than' the development of Florida than made a business trip to Jackson-
throughout this part of the state. Beach Independent, A granddaddy -
: --ia autos when it comes to deciding which has the right-of-way. H would be a great; affair for can say that-and get by with good; roads and automobiles haven ville Wednesday. R
the last 10." "Figures don't M L Johns made a business I 1l'
.
o South Florida and all Florida.lant t. "
lie," so when the greatest statlskun trip to Starke Tuesday. ;
A move was started last week Washington police to City Courier.o -----o- ,
of them all "figures" like Among those who were trans-

N make that city the driest in the world. Now you tell one. The Starke-and Lawtey sections ruled A judge that chewing in Philadelphia gum is a drug has that on the aviation future of acting business in Lake Butler III

Florida, we for one believe him. Saturday were: Mrs\ J. L. Johns t1'i
1 o have shipped over a quarter of a We always thought It was exer-
I[ "The amphibian: plane," continuedMr. and daughter, Essie, !\Messrs S. L.Crews .
1 million dollars worth of strawberries cise. Atlanta Constitution. It's
"Figures don't lie" some PaRAGraphers insist. Even -
,
; Babson, "is the plane that will Emory Johns and Joe
;''' : I padding them is not so popular these days, as the public is I! this season There Is more what makes a pretty girl like acowOcaia be in general use for Florida and Mood}'. I I
than flavor In berries
good
a mere ; Star. And a man like
I
4 getting accustomed to bare facts. Central and South America. With Mrs.\ M\ F W.'gglns: made a business -
i It soema.-Folkslon (Ga.) Herald. a masticating goat.-Orlando Sen- Modern Glasses
: her thousands of miles of sea- trip to Starke Monday.
.,-- tinel. And' a stenographer a
I shore, and her lakes both largePAINTER'S Mr. and Mrs.\ L. W. Higgs weretransacting' LOOK WELL!
fa Bradenton Herald'refers to 100 stenographer. Gainesville Dally
It takes brave officers, men with iron nerve, to shoot an business In
miles an hour as "breakneck J Sun And the world chews on, regardless T-r Starke The\\ IK'UOMt. lOt)It.,. III |gla'.e.| ..
unarmed in raid her home because Monday.
; woman a on "they thoughtshe speed." Correct. Starke Telegraph -(
was reaching for a gun." Those six Illinois deputies de- We've known some poor o-. .. J>> Mr. Rlckenbaker met with the I.lu' jour old-In..hlo..IINllr

serve a monument. guys to break their necks at less It the sentiment now prevalent club boys Tuesday night. All reported with an up-to-date one

than forty mlle Palm Beach throughout the state to adopt a Simon Pure Citrusand a nice time together. Conio hire for n I'Hl.K; : oxiimiimlloit -
0- Messrs. E. A.
I Sapp! and J. E,
Independent. constitutional amendment abolish- of jour eylw-lf
Those! legislators who want the state to go into the printing -0- ing the office of justice of the Crews were business vlaittors InGeorga you iXMil them, we have ecu'.

t ; field should look into the matter of a state-operated hotel Do you remember the good old peace should be enacted Into law I Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS Miss: Louie last week. iiomirnl. m-rviceiible and/

days when you used to pay fifty what to do with the Kelley and Harry highly altmctlvo for
in Tallahassee for the relief of legislators and the public going are we surplus Sapp attended the school glasses
cents to go to a circus just to of circuit: judges In the'event exami- jou. If you do nut n''N1 l
+ to the capitol business. I nation in Starke
r7 on Saturday.
nee the Klrls in tlxhta?-Times- the state l is' re-dlstrlcted and about glasses" we tell ).ou "0.DIl. .
.
.IIJ P' ,,-- --- Union. You can Bee them get half of the recently appointed IlItl' Garden Capital of

Wauchula Advocate wants the worn-out automobiles removed "tight" now for less than fifty jurists lose their Jobs?--Qulncy I Winter\ Garden's first National GEO. E.LYONSHollingsworth

,e : +; from the vacant lots of that city. They're eye-sores, cents. Times. Look out brother.. Isn't Are Rank more than doubled in past Shop
0-- that near contempt of court- two: years. HTAHKK:, FLORID
"TIME TRIED
AND CROP
i but not dangerous to the public like the worn-out rattletrapsstill If, as the Palatka Times-Herald Montlcello'News. TESTED"Our .
.
using the highways and streets. state, the definition of "Mlsfeas o MI- -: .
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I t, once In office" Is "on the wrong Plant City: has passed the mil 1 ---IA4---------.-I--' '
o Brands the
i side of the political fence" why do lion-dollar mark in Its shipment are Acknow-
I
: Tallahassee State News advises "you need four arms to they all demand a "hearing. of strawberries this season and has ledged Standard by which

j'' drive around these Leon county hills with your sweetie in a Starke Telegraph. Cause that's all still before it five or six good mar- Growers of Florida have

coupe." Handing out dope like this will result in filling Tallahassee they can "demand." Florida keting weeks. The Clearwater judged nearly forty all years fertilizers for I For Sale I

t { hotels during the next two months-with wives of the State News. section has proved Itself well "Giving all we can for whatwe I i
iI
tk'lti -o- well adapted to the production of
instead of
get getting all I
legislators.
The last Saturday In April Is strawberries. Wouldn't you throw II
for what
we can w give,
the 27th. Now bright It the million I II
o can any your hat In the air to .to the policy of
little PaRAGrapher tell us what and a half dollars citrus I
Tribune is not far when it
,x Tampa so wrong says "you
will happen) then?-ICJ In Lees- brings us annually, we could adda TilE E. O. PAINTER I
)j are not a competent driver unless always assume that Some Real)
you burg Commercial. New Port million from strawberries- I FERTILIZER CO.JACKSONVILLE. Bargains in Used :
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other drivers are fools. Most any driver wjll readily admit Richey will be calling on the gov- Clearwater Sun I I I

its:+at that all other drivers are fools, and then drive his car as If ernor for mate troops. __-0 j FLA. I
-0- Three women In Chicago/: clam! I Cars
he owned the highway. c !
The gentleman who wrote that :
i I
o famous line about "springing to II

a'.; i Strawberry growers should 1 read the communication in meet the mornng! with a song on i I

this issue addressed your lips" must have had the i I
to
the Courier by president of the Town- 1926 Chevrolet
mind. Roadster
"Florida springtime In --
send Nurseries of Salisbury; Md. The writer is a grower of Plant City Enterprise. And didn't I I

r 3' strawberry plants and ,the advice he ,gives on growing and spend the night before with the 1927 Chevrolet Roadster I

packing is worth heeding by every strawberry. grower in Bradford gang. : :&ff I
county. ---- 1927 Chevrolet Coach
.e The four horses who dragged a
I
a 300-year-old turtle out of the Gulf 1927

{;, % Just one example of what hard surfaced roads mean to of Mexico should be sent to Wash- Chevrolet Coach :

farmers. Three carloads of strawberries were shipped from Ington, Maybe these are the very BANKING : 1928 Chevrolet 1
horses to unseat a few of the hard- Roadster .
Ralford last week, bringing an average price of 23c cents a shells who have been decorating

; quart. Platform average prices at Starke and Lawtey for the the capitol so long. Bradenton 1926 Chevrolet Touring
Herald It is the force that turns the huge wheel of industry
t 4 period were 33 cents. Lack: of a hard-surfaced road between

Raiford and these points cost the growers of the Raiford section of rVOne the drawbacks--- of beinga grinding out all sorts of products from 1926 Ford Coupe I I

$1824 on three cars. Growers west and south of Green prominent reformer Is not being colossal skyscrapers to the tiniest pin. Businessesthat 1926 I II

,, ? Cove Springs are hauling to this market over highways. The able to endorse a cigarette.-Lake are close to the scource of energy are those Ford 2 Door Sedan I

i extension of road 48 to the state prison farm will give Rai- Worth prominent Herald.reformer Wrong could name Any that benefit most. 1926 Hupp 6 Sedan .

; 3, ford growers an outlet sorely needed by them. his own ''price for lambasting any

_ o- particular cigarette/ and the manu Your banker is a human sort of man. lie would 1926 Ford Roadster with Truck body
Tampa Tribune and editorial from lecturers would gladly pay It.
; copies comments
on an
like to talk
--0--- over your problems with you-he 1926
the Bartow Record anent the present plan of gasoline tax distribution Ford Touring
A Florida fact: The first trunk would like to help solve them.
to the counties on an equal basis, calling it "the lIne' railroad In Florida was constructed -

} ""r u, biggest tax steal in the state." Bradford county paid in $655 between Fernand'na! and WHEN

in January and received $3,125. On the other hand Brad Cedar Key It passed through TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IN GAINESVILLE COME
Gainesville. Gainesville Dally
ford's 7,000 odd citizens are paying taxes on half a million Sun. And Starke.-Starke Tele- OUR SERVICES TO SEE US.

_ dollars' worth of bonds to provide through highways to east graph. Quite a coincidence. -

1':: i and west coasts for gas-burning travelers. Take every car Gainesville Dally Sun.

', out of these counties! howling about thr jas tax steal" ex- ----0--- Checking accounts Having ac.J ."\
_ A Florida fact: The /first trunk founts and safe ficpONlt vault(

;, ', .. cept those of permanent residents and what would their gas line railroad In Florida was con- Tare| all at jour tll"iMMuiI. rile then] Gainesville Chevrolet

i sales be? As long as the "floating" or "riding" population structed between Fernandina and Company,

w Z is paying a good part of the gas tax In these counties, those Cedar Key. It passed through .
Gainesville. Gainesville Dally
other counties providing good roads to hasten them on their Daily Sun. And Starke.-Brad- BANK OF STARKEA Incorporated

Vii' way are entitled to something more than the odor of burnt lord County Telegraph Where

oil as the tourists pass through. Until the state reimbursesthe has It gone?-Eustls Lake Region ROLL OF HONOR 227 West Main
Street
counties for state highways, the plan of distributing.. the ,To see the--.-[keys. .0-.(Cedar- Keys), BANK South.

c. : gas tax is fair and just. The new motor coaches for long Phone 93.

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