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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 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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H HUGE NEW BERRY MARKET; Necessary'Win New To Case ON FOR FUNDS Wholesale Deputies Make Arrests Shipments Previously I for reported I, qts. 1,435,744 ''I'/', '/1j 1., ":). fI

week ending Mar.
----- : 27th .. 404,288 \,:,i ,L:

['ll.r Rnll 1'mllKlcH Won in It.Veur -- Shipnwnts for week ending Apr. 3rd 323.6G4:>
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Fight. ACTIVE MONTHIN of Ktfthr/ for St run Itcrr yKI At a meeting! of the Troop Committee Whiskey, :MitMit and StIIUn> Tak. ltJ f
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of Troop 1, Boy Scouts 011 In Halil. Total
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March 31. A to Apr. 3rd qta. ---__________ _2,165,696 4 !
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Tampa CITY COURTFInes Co-operation of everybody Interested tended by C. A. Futch, chairman, **.,e' '
!,v almost boundless In Its possi- Green Cove Springs, Mar. 29.- "

.. hUes of wealth and expansion, In any manner In the strawberry J. C. Robinson Harold Wall, L. A. Probably the largest haul since Receipts previously reported --_______________ .$400,722.80 II t '

predicted for the Plant City and bonds forfeited In city Industry will be necessary Davis Carl Johns, L. Wyman and taking allies\ was made yesterday Receipts for week ending Mar. 27th .
153,629.4.1
J raw berry section in Florida, byS. court during !March totalled $204- to secure the installation of the II. M, Sebring a budget for the when Sheriff John P. Hall and Receipts for week -- --------- '"" t

Matthews of Starke. who 75. according to the monthly report express refrigerator car service' Troop was approved and it was Deputies Will Knight and W. W. ending Apr. 3rd -_________ _- 97,699.20 ,''f''... ,,

'0 months ago saw the end of a presented to the city councilat according to a resume of the voted to put on a tag day on Sat- Carter arrested Joe Starling, Henry .1 "

ht he carried through 14 years their meeting 'ruesday night.; "Strawberry Rate Case" Just Is- brday, April 6. to try to raise Starling, Sheldon Starling, on I Total receipts to Apr. 3rd ------------_____$652,051.44 '

give these growers a.. chance. Disorderly conduct made up the sued. This resume calls attention $100( to $125 to equip the boys liquor charges and three boys of I _-- Ft. ,

| Mr Matthews one of the three bulk of the cases before Mayor that the new service would open properly. Joe Starling on charges of taking Berry shipments from Starke ,-

I embers of the Florida railroad Wall and In practically all cases vast new territory to the present' The proposed expenditures will timber from the J. C. Penney prop- CommissionersMet and I ,

Jimmlsslon, said before leaving defendants preferred to have their car-lot marketing area, now principally be ali follows: erties. A still and a quantity of Lawtey to April 3rd reached

bond forfeited than to for whiskey was found and a barrel of the total of 2,165,696 quarts. or .
\re last week that he believed the appear confined to Philadelphia, 25 handbooks at SOc _$12.60 MondayThe
pop of this section soon would I trial. New York and Boston. It also calls 25 subscriptions to Hoy's--- home brew, as well as a high power 358 refrigerator cars of IBO crates

tins r in five or six million dollars Win Sapp. disorderly; bond' attention that the new service Life n ______ ___._ 25.00( rifle. board -of each, with returns of $652,051.44. '' .
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$27.50 forfeited The above arrests follow county commissioners Lawtoy continues to ;hold her load
closely
where It Is bringing in would necessitate addition addition 4
year 1 Troop flag ___________ 6.00(
>oiii $1,000,000( now that better Lacy Illgdon disorderly; bond I of some 800 cars, costing 2 flag poles _.______ .. ___ 5.60 the raid of last wt'ek when It Is of Hradford county, Florida In shipments, rolling the equal of

I 4 Jeff Lee disorderly; fined $12.-:! of the shot and wounded by Deputy) ending April 3rd while 54 cars .
Last Feb. the Interestate carriers. Holler bandages, etc. _. 4.00 (Itt). April! 1st 1929, with nil members -
60. I I Knight and Sheriff John Hall at- rolled from Starke. For the two
commission! ordered The statement rela'ive to the
nmmerce Set merit badge; pamphlets 12.00 present us follows: J. 0.
ailrouds< serving the Flor- Kdmond Adams. disorderly ; 'fight\ ; for better strawberry service 25 song books mlscellaneoua tempted to arrest Dukes on a liquor Crews, (chairman Drew Keddlxh weeks the two platforms loaded .
fined $14.75.C. follows i charge, at which time a large out 121 curs or 7211,952\ quarts. .
fleldi' to be waIting at the :
ia books
on camping, J. L. Underhill, O. W. Hlnson and
S. Ricks, drunk; fined $14.- "This Involves the still and sixty or sixty-five barrels High average In prices) wan .
modern getting
with case
Jiailon' refrigerated tracking, etc. ____ __.. 10.00 It. T. Onteen.Ml .
of mash were destroyed. reached during the week ending I
jxpress cars to haul Florida's'rawberry of a better and more expeditious ,
75.C. Troop cooking outfit tents 40.00 nut OH of last meeting were March
Green, driving car while Intoxicated for 27th, when 401.288 quarts
|i' crop, Instead of old- service the movement of carload read and approved.' ,

iBhloned freights and gave the ; fined 2975. shipments of strawberries out Total n..___ ___ _. $136.85 School Board tteports of county judge, jail Inspector brought 38 In returns of $163.629.44.
(illroads until next Thursday to Tom Quarterman, having liquor of Florida. The litigation; was There are now 28 boys enrolled and Inspector of marks and or rents a quart, Immediately

iy. just how they propose to makehe ; fined 1475. started by the Florida Railroad and the weekly dues of 10 rents, ProceedingsHoard brands were received and Illeil. following the last day in which
Henry HoIIywonger, disorderly; Commission before the Interstate shipments) could be made to( reach t
[ change. amounts to about( $5 ni> ece a year 1) )J. Knight upenrod before the
markets for Kiister
fined $14,15.l1ubE'rt prices and
Kettle( HlKKCWt Problem Commerce Commission during or $140.00 BO that after the first the board and askod. of them aid
Kelly, disorderly; bond 1921. Is In the called to order by II. 11. for Albert quantity dropped 1 and for I lie weekending VI
money treasury the Jennings who IB yet suffering
Thin change, Mr. Matthews $25.00 forfeited. "A decision was rendered by the troop Is selfsupporting.Carl May, chairman, all members pres- from broken ; April 3rd shipments totaled
n leu. On
j links. Is the answer to the big- Frank Canada, disorderly; bond Commission In 1923 in which it Johns Is ent. and motion 325,0(1-1 quarts at an overage of
troop treasurer by unanimous
lent! prohlem Florida growers $3.50 forfeited. held that the service was Inadequate and finaiicemait of the committee. Minutes of lost two mooting board( agreed to pay said vote Albert tlio 3(0) cents, amounting to $117.6119.20! !)! .
[ave been up against the prob- Javls KxproHH company/ records. at the
Thomas disorderly; bond The carriers were given Checks road and approved
be made Jennings $25.00
payable to
"m of getting a highly perishable may pet' month for local of lice show. that 127C reefers t .
$2.50 forfeited. 60 days In which to submit a plan him. The board ordered the telegram 2 months or until further notice

Jmp to market, In competition Charlie Alvarez, disorderly; whereby the service was to be im 12ach patrol will have BO mogirls from Carroll & Carroll, agents of Representative of JCIllott'; Fisher or pony refrigerators\ were: shipped,
nlth better equipped competitors. bond $10 forfeited. the Massachusetts from Sturke during last month as ti
proved. A plan was submitted and out who will tag for that Itond & Insurance Typewriter Machine Co.
Instead of the rumble of ugly Sam Ghent .-disorderly; bond a schedule to Potamac Yards, Va. 1'UtroI.' The patrol raising the Co., also the'! letter from the pen red before the Ilourcl rocom-, ap- compared with 321: reefer shipped 3
'eight the roar of express I trains during; March of hint year, an '
$15 forfeited, was shortened to five and one-half largest amount will be rewarded. MaKHnchusptlR Hand & Insurance mending! sa'd triachlne\ for ,
hon will signal Plant City's berry hours but t the time of delivery! at It In rumored that the girls will 7o.. filed for reference.The sara olHco. lU'prusentattve assei-of increase for this season of f 951

rop on the way .to market. And I strawberry shipment In refrigerated the markets In Philadelphia, New have a picnic staged for them by board. decided to buy crl Y'1 Smith Premier Typewriter to: ., appeared reefers.\ 4

nitead of a constricted market freight cars, but the roads were York and Ponton was not short the Scouts. on from Welch & Co.. at $1 1.7 reroinmeiulltiK, mild Up to April 5th last year 101 fr
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lotto to the main freight lines In I given time to. spwd up their ened. .-- per gross, I this being the best bid' chine for HHHOHHOP'H work. cam wore shipped from Staike and ,

entral and eastern territory 01-1 "A petition was filed for In the opinion of the hoard Lqwley, thin year's totals to same
reopening -
I trains The best they 'were able to Canal The two propositions were taken:
innt all the United States and System data showing a gain/ of 257 cars
M'll
rlo was to get into New York on which was /grnnte and a for tuition for pupils from under l'onKI<1I'I'lItion. On motion -
I'anada will be Florida's market the fifth mOI'nlnlnd/ Boston on hearing was held here In Lakeland Bradford county attending! ; echo| ii 1 and seconded and by unanimous In quarts, the two platforms lust J

I yen the Pacific northwest. the sixth. The fight dragged and during January. 1938. The Florida Being Pushed In Putnam county was laid over vote I the board dec:Mod to repair year 6th\ had shipped 580,620 lo April
Florida will hear more of this for against 2,1(15,690( tliln year '
further confederation. ,
Railroad Commission has been <
Anally the scene was shifted to' 1 the old Klllott! Fisher machine, A. ,
:ccislon: Mr. Matthews said, "In ass'sted by the Interior Florida Moved by !Moore mid seconded to April 4th. However during :
Lakeland in 1927. but by this time railed Htnl'II KiiKlncM ':""'utuI'crfunctory 5!. Wheeler of Elliott Fisher Co.
iy opln'on'! he added, "It'ia much j Mr.\ Matthews became a member of Traffic Bureau In the latter litiga Survey of Water* hy Surrency that superintendent being instructed to take old ma- the six day period following April ,
nore far-reaching than the straw- tion. A decision has been Ret estimate on cost of having 6th lust year a total of 107 cars ',
the Florida commission, and In now \\i\y 1.,11 njC l''r<>iiiValilo 'chine and have sumo repaired anil ,
erry Industry. There can be no j jiloubt rendered the Commission In doors and windows In Luwtey rolled front Starke and Luwtey.
I each hearing the commission was by 'I hl'on/h/ luk(, .\lto. returned to assessor's office at '
but that these express re- j represented, and Mr. Matthewswas which it again holds the present school building closed so un to once. Heavy shipments started earlier
Irlgerated cars will be used for protect it from damage and have thin season I han laMt.Inllc'lItiona f;
the strawberry co missioner.T. service to be Inadequate and has Ga'nesvllle, March 29.The Application for state pension!' for

hlpment of other perishable T. Turnbull, rate attorney for given the carriers 60 days from probability! of improvement of the HI me done at once. Mrs. Llllle Livingston of Luwtey, three now point to at least

rops notably cauliflower and the commission, and J. II. Tench, Feb. 4. In which to submit plans canal system leading from Waldo The board instructed the ttec- a widow of Confederate soldier, to four weeks more of fair- If ,

Wans, placing these commodities rate expert, were on the spot at for the establishment of express through Lake Alto Into Big and retary to notify Carroll & Carroll was presented. Same was ap ly heavy shipments, many growers .
nt their destinations from 24 to agents of the Massachusetts reporting their plants heavily loaded '
alt these later hearings. refrigeration carload service. Little Santa )Fe lakes was advanced Bond proved.On .

Its hours quicker than at present.'We Florida will now be on a par "There are at the present time somewhat un_ .vnaterrldv_ ____ ___ when nu___ Unit._ ____ & Insurance Co., also the bonding motion and seconded by with blooms nnd young\ fruit.Although ,*

are gong: to get away with Louisiana and that area has I, two methods III vogue for trans ed States engineers executed a company that the Lawtey school unanimous vote Mr. A, B. Crews, with Louisiana, Alabama 51 :
and
rom the old obsolete freight car" been shipping to more than 100 lug berries out of Florida, one is I perfunctory survey of the water building' was open and exposed to county attorney wan requested to Mississippi starting their : ,
,said. "They will quit making alit what known the the weather fruit to market It Is believed, : _
different markets, reaching from by Is as pony refrigeration and depredations of draw bill for "
necessary special legislation I'
) of them; we don't need them." Seattle on the Pacific to Montreal boxes, or 32, 64 and 80 way.Lieut.. Col.! L. V. Fraizer, United prowlers, that school has closed for financing the repairson prices will hold up) to last season'slevels ) 1
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.le told of getting a witness In one Canada, and berries were being quarts each the other is by car- States district engneer! and J. W. for the present term and that the the county jail building. when good prices were paid

''f'many' hearings before the Interstate shipped In less time and at cheaper load refrigerator freight service. Paxton, associate engineer, were board expects the bonding company Report of county agent received for the fruit as long as the grow- :
could
commerce commission, a The movement by each method Is to be responsible for ers scrap the fields for a
rates than Florida growers had to among the guests of Congressman any showIng numerous visits to

N'ew York receiver of vegetables, pay for their old flat wheel ser- about equally divided. The car- R. A. Green on a cruise through damage that may arise and for expenses club members. County agent noil- crate _ _ \'pt'

'bo testified that he would use load freight shipments are made the canal system. The engineerIng that may be Incurred from fled t the board that he Is now ready, lulls l.'l'IIoI.\(' _C HUIMUXLMrs. : "J'' __ ____

'00 cars of other than strawber- vice.The result? The Louisiana section to practically only three cities, experts Green and others protection of said building.C. to vaccinate hogs. J: .r 1 r _

neg from Florida! every year when not much larger than the Philadelphia! New York and Boston made the trip In the Maceo Hicks C. Crosby's bill for transportation There being no further busl- Louisa Swindell died at j I .

'he service was Inaugurated. Dover-Plant City-Lakeland! area. ((97 per cent in 1927)) so that yacht. for his boy was refused on fleas the board adjourned until the home of her daughter. Miss ,' "

Kimus HtrnwbrrrleM Is now producing a crop that strawberries moving to all other Improvement of the waterwayby the ground that he had never appeared first Monday In May, A. I). 1929. Hannah Swindell on Cherry street j ,t .

Mr Matthews knows his straw- brings In from $6.000,000( to $8.- cities are moving from Florida the government will depend before the board to present O, W. Alderman, Clerk. early Tuesday evening, after a '-

I'rrles His home is in the oldest 000,000 a year six or eight timesas through the pony refrigeration upon Its prospective employment his claim S. short illness Funeral services : _

>trawberry section In Florida, the much as this Florida section. box service by express. as a commercial channel Lieu. Col.! Motion by Moore and seconded ltiSOM"IIOHIMH'Tii:"' ) : > ON were held Wednesday afternoon. !. 1 _____
itarke-Lawtey "The weight of 64- by Surrency that those Till; IMSHINU (* :\i itt. I'KKK: : followed by Interment
district, which was Rates lf<-l|, (..rcrrsDo shipping a Frazier said. He and Paxton expect expecting at Theressa P' t,

Crowing berries 45 years ago; freight rates and freight service quart pony refrigeration box is to view the waterway In more transportation for pupils must cemetery: Revs W. K. Dnugherty ,f','J

lie told of learning back In 1915 mean much to the gardeneror 200 pounds and the express rate detail in some future date. meet board prior to beginning of At a recent meeting of the \V. and O. P. Raymond officiating. ''I

'hat the Illinois Central railroad, I ? to Pittsburgh, Cleveland or Chicago Included In the surveying party term and make their arrangementsor M. 8., the following resolutions i ______
grower WITh 'rFLIaTTi'iqt j
'a co-operation with the American "1 found In my Investigations, Is $3.71 per 100( pounds or were Waldo business men who told they will not be heard. : were adopted: TIIKMUs : : ;;
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''Ullway Express company, had and I studied strawberries all over $7.42 per box, to which'cost must the englifeers of the uses the canal The board concurred on agree- lie It resolved, by the Woman's Lila I i ,' ,3..', _

'IvAn express refrigerator car ser- the United States" Mr. Matthews ,j be added a rental charge of 4 to Is now being put' to. ment that the superintendent and Missionary) Society of the Methodist C. Fraser has accept
Io'e I, 5 about chairman borrow church, that we deeply deplore ed a position with( the Telegraph :
to the strawberry growers of I "that 73 percent of all strawberries 'rents per quart making the money that
he Hammond-Independence dls- said, shipped in the United 16 cents per quart as the present oration service however, the establishment is needed for present payroll, incase the )loss by death of Mrs C. as a solicitor for subscriptions and c J '

1'1., of Louisiana. He went down In express cost of transportation. There are of such service means : there should be need of same; I,. Peek. For many years she was commercial\ work In this territory, "F'j
shipped
([o Hammond, and on his visit saw States were In areas served by express no tariffs published covering car- that the railroads must provide Hoard adjourned to1 meet first a faithful member of this society, starting on her duties Monday, L ., $ _
cars--grown Miss
press cars leave roaring load express refrigeration service about 800 cars at a cost of some- Monday In May acting as corresponding secretaryfor Frazer Is meeting with success -

way northward. The berries cars. that where experienced -, from Florida but If the rates are thing like $8,000 each." A. J. Or'flls! Secretary. a number of terms, always Interested In her work of adding to tileTeleKraph' I 01
too, '
"I learned,
'OfP n Hold at auction while on the had suitable published in conformity with T. C. Elliott of the traffic bureau In the cause of the Master; list and Indications) _

"ay growers trans- those now In effect from Louisiana nays. that: I"IAHUU.IU.nUIIH) : : AI) and ready to do her part towards point to a heavy Increase in our _

"'I wasn't on railroad com- climate and soil and strawberries good for that service it will be "The trade bureau does not M-JTTtVK: HII()\\' IIHAVVOAI.V : the business of Ills KlngOt/m. Not list In every portion of the county. F Fwi'Lt'iiTist

fll5Io>l In those any days" he said. brought portation In, more that money than any about $2.50( or less per crate of wish to appear as being! pessimistic OVKK: LASTKl; \ only does the society lose a faith ) : iaitoius: -WKKK: .
" above-mentioned neither la It wise to be overoptimistic ful member but the church ,
but to the and
I 32-quarts
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came back the United 27. ,Al'ltH
deeply Impress- grown In S, JI.2f
other crop but with Washington, April. 1 -- The department -
we may predict
'd at the cities or 8 cents per quart. community will surely miss her
handicap of our own
States, he said. reasonable that when of agriculture, bureau of
certainty sweet Influence.
rowers.: That been ( In "Th.'a! proposition means. not Report by U. S. '
service had acres
140,000 Forestry Service ,
;effect In Louisiana since 1905- There are now this country. he only the lowering of the cost of and if we> get this service It Is markets, today gIves a revised Be It further resolved that we Starke Station. _
In
strawberries going to require the combined efforts estimate of the commercial acreage extend :
""ink" of transportation but It means the to her bereaved children Date _
that. I to the of five states Max. Mln. Proclp. .
appealed Florida Is one
added. and
of markets for the and co-operation of the city forecast of production for our heartfelt sympathy
Aboard Air Line railroad to In- what is known as the opening move- sending Mar. 27 89 61 ____
tltute' the comprising has the ment of carload shipments of and county governments and the strawberries rand lettuce In Florida to the family a copy of this resolution Mar. 28 89 61 ,. _
service In Florida. area
early producing strawberry associations of the for 1929, compared with the and. that the _
Seaboard of the strawberries to numerous large ; same be published tier 29 81 '
62
of all
officials said they
largest yield per acre peninsula of Florida In ordor acreage and production in 1928.
cities now practically closed to us. tobring In the Bradford County
'ouldn't Mar. 30 88 _
do it, and I asked the summer season districts. That Is it about. The commissionwill For 1929 the number of acres Telegraph and 66 _
Witnesses from such points as spread on the minutes -
Morlda Mr. Mar. 31 90(
l>'ore the commission to bring a case something to hlnk about, Pittsburgh Buffalo Detroit and be petitioned and Importunedfrom In strawberries I 18 4,900 yield per of our society. Apr. 1 86 56 67 .13_ _

interestate commerce Matthews added."I until doom's the acre 2,050 quarts forecast for
now day by
Mrs. W.
J. White
"om! Chicago testified that just as soon Apr. 2 79 _
63
lMlon. to see If we couldn'tet can't help but think I 1929
Just carriers unless U brought 10,045,000 quarts. In 1928
.< It as this express service could be established pressure Miss Amelia Hay,
his
that way." he said as he reached for heavily to bear to prevent such 1 the yield per acre 1.400 quarts. Mrs. L. ,
there would be buyerson A. Davis
.' big Total rainfall ____ __ __ .
"'t Hearing Fa IN "that this will prove a total l 5096.000 .13.MK.MOIU.L
That hat our platforms from those cities tactic from delaying the putting quarts. Mr. W. E'. Middleton, _
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la.Rpe! hearing was held In Talla- thing for Florida, both north andS. to buy and sblp'our strawberries. Into operation of this service."-- Lettuce for 1929 Is 1,980 acres, Committee. ; HhllVICK$; ; ,i
Mr. Matthews went on to It will prolong shipping 20S crates to the
' 8Y Florida. "The largest carlot movement Plant City Enterprise, acres, total pro-' -- -

tt554 Shippers from all strawberry season for berries can be from Florida was In 1923, when duction 406.000 crate For 19.4 JIKMHICTT.l; IIIXOTMrs. A memorial: service to Mr. John ,

be In Florida were there, ..but !I marketed later. It will be able to 1.038 cars were sent out. the acreage was 1,860 170 cratesto Lawrence of Keystone Height will

'h.. Commission declined to act on compete with south Texas, even- "While the Florida Railroad i Iitl the acre with a total of 316,000 Henrietta Dlxon, '73, of lie held! In the Community church ,3j

' ground that it had no power tually In shipments of beans. In Commission, the Interior Florida : crates. Ralford died at her home Friday. Sunday! morning, April '7 7 at 11:00
order That old story of Florida March 28th. Burial service
special
equipment. is the S were
It o'clock,
short, Representative
Traffic Bureau and the East Hit .- men of .
,1r51,. hard blow, and It was not long deprived of Its advantage fK.MKTKHV: ; WOIIKIM1 held Sunday afternoon March :31st I the community and -
""I borough County Chamber of Com Mr, and Mrs., Charlie Alvarez, county Will
1922 miles. by
that another hearing to market In at Sapp cemetery near Ralford
speak, Friends
of nearness have been Instrumental In are Invited. ,
i M 6'>ld, this time at Tampa, then In shipping facilities." merce Starke son, March) 30th. Cemetery working at Klzle the funeral being attended by A 4'
"lh rs followed. distance obtaining a decision from the Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Hayes, Chapel cemetery Friday, April 12. large number of friends and rela- Bunnell-

The Interstate Bartow Construction of new Commission ordering the carriersto Starke daughter, March 30th. All Interested are requested to .Ives. Funeral In -Diddle Theatre building '
nISln: commerce com- school building submit a plan for the establishment Mr .and Mrs. II. Boll arrangements will be extensively remodeled 44}
high Starke come prepared to work.
charge
,. anally found that the Junior-Senior : of the DeWItt C. Jones for occupany by Price-Robert
carload
of
motor -
I express refrlg- April 4, j
reight rapidly. a son. o. P. HALE. Company ,
f schedules were too slow for progressing company. L '


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1]t.4 ; i BRADFORD II : : din here Sunday.
; 1own we go to Starke. We see except to meet dire necessities and .
: I 1 paved streets, electric lights and Under separate cover are a few for refunding; no debt should be ..11111N11.111NO11/111. Messrs. B. J. McRao, dolts)

t> ; HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL I a theater. Thirsty and hungry sprouts of Florida Marvel Blackberry Incurred except upon a majorityvote business Gibson and Lonnie U"lIlns,
,
Mr. Schell Byrd was a Waldo
we go to a cafe. We drink HeUI plants for examination. Two of the registered freeholders; were visiting our l n y
,I bronn spring water eat strawberries -I there should be set up under state visitor to Starke Tuesday after- U. Sunday night.Remember .
I plants are sending out a numberof
raised here and are served control a unform system of county B. {t'
(ILEA CLUB GIVENCO.NCKKT sandy loam with a good layer ol c sprouts similar to these enclosed. noon.Mrs. P. Wadsworth avis- Sunday night. EverYn,1 eVe
that food which is the delight of accounting and report to a state O. Invlt,,
: TONIGHT clay underneath. They say It will I I every meal milk. Driving thru Some of them have a red sub- authority of the bonded indebtedness Itor to Starke Thursday afternoon.Mrs. ---

,o, The Bradford Glee Club will reward toll. Well. let us see howit we find churches drug stores stance on the under side of the and the state comptroller Equilla Jones was shop-
is done. many dwellings of beautiful design leaf. All plants were sprayed the should be required to see that the ping in Starke Thursday after- r AVRUF FARM PROGluM
i give their annual concert this Friday and a high school that is first of February with bordeaux sinking funds are maintained! and
We will to the rent-
go average .
8 o'clock at the high school equal with or above the rtandard. i mixture. judiciously invested; all taxes noon.Mr. Edmundson was a -
.
Wiley
cw' er and ask him If soil rewardedhis What farmer want than Two in the bundle should Following is a list of
auditorium.' The girl's glee club more can a sprouts were be used for the purposesfor business visitor to Starke Wednesday tarn taU
t will give several numbers while toll. "Yes" he will answer. the environment that Bradford cut from a wild dewberry plant which they are raised and no to be broadcast from
afternoon. stalk]
:" G t"" the boys' glee club also have a "soil rewards my toil but with county famishes? growing about 20 feet from the levy should be made in excess of Wadsworth spent WRUF for the week ending I {
number of selections. The Bradford broken health and unhapplness." Of course we may see things as Florida Marvel plants This red the requirements of the fund; the Mr Gordon Apt

a;4 rr mixed chorus will render sev- Of couse this was his reward because the renter does everything slow substance and extra long: sprouts county budget should contain an the week-end t In Jacksonville. 10. The farm,talk e are given

eral specialties, Including they he planted crops each year and dull. Ills health broken the have appeared on only one of the Itemized: statement of the anticipated -i School closed here Friday with a 1 p. m. each day In the week Tt

d Blue Danube Waltz, To Spring( by on the same place and laughed at farm not his own and that whichhe wild dewberry plants and only two expenses of each school or picnic! at Hampton Beach. All reported wave length is 204 meterx

Strauss. A male trio and several his educated "neighbors who followed works starved and dead; his of the Florida Marvel plants. road district; some of the duties a nice time. April 4U. S. D. A. Fan

vocal and instrumental solos will the method of rotation of cows tick-eaten, hogs of razorback J. T. D., Tallahassee. I'' of the county and city tax asses- Mr. and Mrs\ John Reynoldsof Talks.

) be given crop*. The ground lay bare all type and his chickens of every color Thin disease on the Marvel sors and collector many of the Jacksonville were visiting the April 6.-Feeding and Manas,

aZ The entire program Is in charge fall! and most likely a fire would and kind which kind hardlyever blackberry plants Is known us the county and city police\ forces former's mother Mrs.\ James Rey- ment of Pigs Dr. A. L. sheal.

1 i of Mrs. A. E. Wall, the director of burn up all vegetable matter leav- pay for their roosting rents orange rust -blackberries.: It should be consolidated; there nolds Saturday and Sunday. head, department of animal bus,

h, school music. No admission will ing it to weeds instead of planting much less their food. Next a pic- attacks many species of blackberries should be a law requiring that Misses Edna Stansbury and Iva bandry Florida Experiment su

Ir Y be charged. peas, beans or some legume.!! The ture of the trained farmer arises, and dewberries, both wild and : auto license be issued through tax Boyd of Starlte were visiting tlon.

--- neighbor would always "waste efficient, quick and bright. Happy !!ultivated. Since the fungus collectors and only when ad va- Misses Pearl and Gertie Johnson April 6.-U. S. D. A Far-
PIUKKKSS: AUDI) IN CAMHTIIKMCH ; i
:
seed" by planting It and plowing and joyful because of the worth of causing this trouble lives entirely lorem tax Is levied; put teeth into Sunday. I Talks. '

d : under the vegetable growth. Oh his knowledge. Everything on his within the host plant, no sprayIs the law for the collection of delinquent Messrs. James Reynolds, Dock April Livestock Protlu,,,'I

i : in calisthenicsare I yes farming will produce what- farm of best quality. So as a stu- effective and the only control taxes make your tax Roberts C.Vestbrook and Consumed on the Farm, Dr j, i

Rapid progress ever Is\ put in, but blind farming dent of economics, I ask you measure possible consists: In the deeds worth something, be fair In Harvey Richardson of Daytona Turlington, professor farm nm!lI I
being noted Coach who
Ray well never be the best method of whether you would rather be the removal of all diseased plants. It your assessments and when the Beach were guests of the former'smother agement. College of Agriculture

p at directs the the exercises believes of that farming. Take for an instant our ignorant renter or the trained ag- Is an excellent precaution to see taxes become delinquent let the Mrs. James Reynold Sun April 9. U. S. D. A. Fan I
rate
a present Improvement farmer (that knows how) will riculturist In his glory? that all wild berry plants In the property owner know that the sale Talks.
the students work in this day.Messrs.
d L I pick his seeds each year while on neighborhood of your patch that for taxes will stick; establish a ]\ James Reynolds Dock April 10. Poultry Sanltaliot'I
line of education HUNKMr.
1 physical will become II. JI. 8.
# i the plant while the other says have this disease are removed and central agency for expending of Roberts Roy Reynolds and Misses[ Dr. D. A. Sanders, VKerinarlan

', 'fk t'l l Calisthenics unusually are successful.taken on the about the middle of the winter "I Ray-Why did Hannibal burned as soon as possible. It edvertlsSng funds; put buildingand Cleo, Reynolds and Delma Sur- Florida Expcrlmei
( guess this will do. It looks just the plants either wild or cultivated maintenance of county roadsof rency were visitors to Waldo Sun- Station.
Tornada atheletie field each Mon- cross the Alps?
like dad's used to." In goes the can be removed in the early county roads under the state day morning. .
day and Tuesday afternoon at 3 Mac-For the same reason the ,
: R' seeds, including corn which we stage of the disease before the highway department and make a Miss Edna Williams of Waldo, During February 114 cows II
m. All caring to watch the hen crossed the road. You don'tcatch
? p. will take for an example and at orange: spots become dusty you study of the school situation spent Sunday here as the guest of Duval county were tested for production
body of 200 students take these me with no puzzles.Mrs. .
t half growth one field Is 'unevenand can prevent the spread of the disease whether or not the transportationcosts Miss Cleo Reynolds. according to the report'

exercises are cordially Invited. poor while the selected seed White-Can you give me from these plants. pay whether there Is the Misses Thelma Brown and Pauline J. O. Traxler assistant cOunt)

i'; FEW DKMKRITH BEING: GIVEN that has been planted Is even and the derivation of auditorium? Erdman West proper pupil load on teachers and Mills attended church at Wa- agent.
Mycologist whether visitors for the teroak Sunday.
has a rapid growth. In the roast- Merrill-From audio to hear pay
The sixth month of the presents Ing stage the unselected corn requires and taurus bull a place where- schooling of their children. Miss Cleo Reynolds entertainedher With tho advent of spring mar-
:
Itt>cl Holders on Strawberries and Most friends with an Easter egg Florida cities are planning multi-
of
c term which ended last Friday was many pickings which are Mrs. White-That will do. teat: Mr. Stanley's reommen-
tea t jI particularly notable because of the of a poor quality There are buta will do! Jlt'a1Ul dations are of merit and have hunt Sunday afternoon. All reported pal elections to decide upon then!

fact that fewer demerits were given few stalks that have two full I am new In farming and would been previously urged by this a real nice time. city officials for another term 0 c':"

l this month than any month ears, while most have just one Den Do dentists beat their like to have some Information. newspaper. As a whole they con- Rev. DIxon of Jacksonville filled office. Winter months are bun!)

since the opening of school last poor one. So now we have the wives Many of my strawberry bushes are stitute a remarkably comprehensive his regular appointment here months In Florida and there tsli

September and possibly the small- renter with hopes of better reports Paul No, they crown them. dying out because of red spider. digest of what should be doneto Sunday afternoon.Mr. tie: time to devote to politic tn,,
est amount given since the 1927 or surely Bradford county What would be best to spray them bring about tax reform in Flor Alph Hazen of Brooker was the warm sun of summer brlnp<

r' semester. Fewer demerits always, will receive a black mark The manager of the baseball with? I put beans 'on the sidesof I ida. What Is needed is not new a visitor here Sunday night. forth the politicians and ties,

means better behavior on the part Ought the poor, ignorant farmer team had just bounced his pitcher strawberry beds. They are forms of taxation but such Mr. Eddie Wasclln and sister. friends for a friendly joust

? of the students and this fact is taught and say "can't be done?" and catcher. 'I have just discharged In two big 1'nes: now. Will the changes as will make the
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r" one which teachers parents and But let us see by going to the the battery" he said. red spider kill the beans? If so, present system more efficient ---.0. --

pupils alike should be glad to neighbor farmer. lie meets us at what should I spray the beans and more conducive to the Illf

k learn. the gate and is pleasant looking.He First society woman-"That's with? They are on the beans to. substantial relief: of the taxpayer

Fr r states that he has just return. my baby that we just passed." S. W., Auburndale. -this, coupled with the Institu- 111I J. R. DAVIS & CO. :
,
LtWTEY: 1'ASTOK ed from marketing his strawberries. Second society woman "How Sulphur Is the proper remedyfor tion and enforcement, of the ,

f. "KPKAUH: AT CHAPKh: Quickly we ask how great could you tell?" red spider on your strawberries. strictest economy in the admInistration -

# the yield: Is. Stating that it Is First: society woman "I recog- You can either dust with of state, county and city
; Rev. Jamison pastor of the good, we ask for the method of nized the nurse." flowers of sulphur or spray with government. =- Tampa Tribune INSURANCEAGENCY

.:? First Methodist church of Lawtey, strawberry raising. .Among other lime-sulphur. Dusting will be "

spoke*for the first time In chapel I;. things be said he baa plowed under CiOODYKAIl: TIIUIH: I much cheaper and will do much One of the home demonstration

4 exercises last Thursday. Rev a crop of legumes for the pur- 11)1:101": : FIKLI: less damage to ,your strawberries! clubs In Jefferson county recently I ESTABLISHED 1886

Jamison brought to the students pose or enlivening the soli. Also than the lime-sulphur sprays; had a "work day" and planted 75

l one of the most !Interesting messages that the commercial fertilizer was' "We expect and ore preparingfor but If the weather Is cool, the crepe myrtle and dogwood trees alternately :

e they have heard this year of good grade and he said he did a rush of business during the lime-sulphur spray does a better I on the highway throughthe STARKE FLA.

his address centering around the not starve the land. We asked if spring months" declared Hamilton job. I believe however by the i| community reports Miss Ruby I .....
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Hitch of the Hitch Service .;:. ;;.:
word. "Go.
I the soil has rewarded his toil, and time you get this letter the weather Brown home agent. -
;tt The great scholar and mission he his Station Goodyear dealer, in announcing will be warm enough so that
points to satsuma and pe- .._._ ,.,,_ ,
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art Paul was referred to as one can groves Baying "yes." The receipt of a stock of the you can dust your plants with sulphur ---------------r

t w one life was motivated by the groves with strawberries and a new Goodyear Pathfinder tires In and get good control. I

word, "Go." Paul was always on few other crops, such as cotton, both high pressure and balloon. If you should fall to get controlby II

the go doing something worth watermelons and beans are the sizes. this means and have to take II I

+'tt while. The students were urgedto best cash crops of Bradford coun- "}\'e have handled the Goodyear desperate measures. I would I
pack their lives to the full with line for years and have always spray them with lime-sulphur solution I i

r worthwhile activities* as did the ty.We ask If there Is any sickness, done a handsome business In the ((1 part to 40)). This will iI I

great apostle. and he answers that although Pathfinder tire, which ranks next ruin the taste of the berries for a

Rev. Jamison mentioned the advice strawberries are hard to raise he to the All-Weather tread In value week or so, whereas the sulphur ,

,i of Roosevelt: "In life as in sees that the health of his family and price and which stands as will not harm them in the least. i
iI
fit, a football game the rule la, hit and that the health of his pickers the equal if not the superior of However I would pick the berries iI I

a the line hard--don't foul and and renters Is properly protected. standard tires made by smaller before applying the sulphur I

don't shirk, but hit the line hard!" He takes us to his community hall, tire manufacturers."The even though it is harmless and .
1' Roosevelt was given as a fine ex-' where moving pictures, plays and volume of sales of Pathfinders tasteless as its presence and odoron I

ample of a man whose life was exhibits are held to hold the Interest has been great all over the berries would probably interfere iI i

crowded with valuable activities. of the people and to provide the country and this fact led with their sale for a dayor I iI

( Judging him by the life of an ordinary amusement for the young peopleto Goodyear engineers at Akron to so; therefore pick your berries I

,rs man, he lived more than encourage them to stay on the conduct a series of experimentswith before applying the sulphur. By I
; three hundred years. In other farm. the idea of improving this the second day the sulphur will I

words, his accomplishments! were tire. Their research work Is be- have largely disappeared and what '
4 Next he shows us how he sup auransrza lAd a+l r :''r.1 ti I
so that which have little that remain the berries ,
many an ordinary man hind the Improvements may on -
plies himself and his renters with -I I
+ 't would have had to live thro hun pork beef and milk and last but been included In the new Pathfinder will not be noticeable.The I II
}, ,, dred years to do the same amountof red spiders will spread to I
} : not least eggs and( and chickens.
work. There Is the dairy house with his "This improved tire Is now offered (the beans all right and you should WE UNTANGLE YOUR PRINTING

The speaker had the subject well herd of fine cows by which his to motorists at no extra dust your beans at the same time I

jT-- in band spoke briefly In a very family and the renters have all cost In fact new low prices pre- you dust your strawberries.: This

Interesting fashion and quit when the dairy products needed, suchas vail, which makes the Pathfinder should control the spiders on the PROBLEMS! :

he got through; so his talk was milk butter and cheese. The the greatest value outside of the beans as well as on the strawber_. -
o t ? well received by the students.* Goodyear All-Weather tread tire rles. I
and
pure-bred on
cows are graze
t: ,. market J. R. Watson Ij
on the today. j
SKXIOItrt BOUNCE: HATS TO oats and excellent grass pastures.The Entomologist

Ol'EX IIAHKIJALL SEASON: and lard hogs type are of In best which stock the owner bacon "Important strengthening Improvements carcass of the Include A KAILROAU. MAN'S SUGGESTIONS Whatever they may be we are competent to unravel :

The local baseball season got takes the greatest pride. They tire which is built of Supertwlst fabric : the tangled threads of
the exclusive Ooodyear cord -
your printing prob I
the Tornado diamond are enclosed in a small pasture; until -
under way on -
J last Friday as a team representing fattening time, when they are designed, and tread a stronger which adds and newly-to the Another "tax: doctor" has' ap- lems. !I

tl 4 tho Bradford Seniors turned Into a field of corn and pea he peared on the Florida scene in the i
service and safety margins
nuts. The chickens are Leghorns, person of W. L. Stanley of Atlanta
the
sophs
and Rat classes detected:
small but of the kind that produce said. We do good work and have it I
Jnd juniors 11-8, in a listless vice president of the Sea- ready on time!
which developed
with! little Jeeti.t, We remark "Supertwlst. was
7 All show-' pggs board Air line. Mr. Stanley ad-
rftk concerned
; game. parties .
several
on their alas and he turned to a' by Goodyear years ago dressed meeting of the Associated
a I
We have
little than lack of the
ed
more practice fatigue' which facilities for
particularly afield. Lusty hitting coop where a halt dOlen.fryers prevents 'fabric and Industries of Florida In Jack- printing anything i I
tire troubles
t are on a diet which forces themto causes most sonville a few days ago and out-
In the the from
+ was more order of tires running Iqng your letterhead to the largest kind of
day. malnlly because there was no a heavy weight.We keeps Goodyear lined a number of suggestions for a cir I
tires have been
real pitching done during the at. ask where his teed is and after ordinary tax reform which he gleaned froma cular.

'; ternoon. Elmer McMillan on the he takes us to his corn bin wherehe worn out and discarded. I: careful Investigation of condi- Lo.'__ j
brings
has stored two hundred bush "The new tread design tions In this state. Mr. Stanley,
mound for the victors had
no
4 trouble with the weak middle calve els of corn raised on five acres of the Pathfinder closer" to the Ail- we are informed by the Tlmes-Un- You will be surprised what a difference good j

batsmen in the first part of the Bradford county dirt. The hay Weather tread, incorporatingsome lon, made It clear that he is ,
th'1 mow Is filled with best of oats and of the features of tbat fa- against radical change in the careful will -
of the seven Inning !game! but the fast tread any printing make in the quality of I
losers fought a sturdy uphill battlein pea hay. Ills chickens are fed on mous tire to prevent tax: system of Florida but thinksIt your I II
the closing stanza bringing corn oats, chicken corn all home wear and give greater traction on needs such repairs as will putIt advertising matter.

tj'+ about a closer score than was ex grown, while greens are not forgotten -' pavements" in all kinds of weather. "back into running order." That ,

pected. Nookle Walnwrlght was by any means. "thereIs no better no safer no I

ga? In the box for the losers but was I Then looms up a large barn with Good Iusiness. saner system of taxation In vogue Be through with hasty, careless, incorrect, blurred I

+ unable to find himself Hallle something else besides horses In anywhere than that malnta'ned In
,; ; A storekeeper had for some time I
Jones later stepped In his place It. A large tractor heads the list displayed In his window a card inscribed the state of Florida," was 1Ir.Stanley's circulars and publications.

and partIally stopped the senior while cutters seeders and cultivators "Fishing Tickle." A cus- declaration. "The trouble. .
I barrage. Hallle too many many to mention. ." he added "is that the machinery Turn
little
possessed attention
ir t' tomer drew the proprietor's over a new leaf by
"How this. help." Inquired? letting us take of
t'r mora than an attractive outcurve can we to the spelling."Hasn't has become rusty some of care
And he answers that the tractor the have been lost it bat I
parts
ri Friday but his control was good any one told you of it your printing.Our ..
; I doubles his. day. the cultivators ceased to function." and there Is
and with a little more practice before?" he asked."Hundreds I
r' his work should show up better. and seeders save time and do bet ," replied the dealer urgent necessity that Florida "get ....

A rousing homer Into right ter Job at less cost. lie points out "but whenever they drop In to tell business methods Into govern- prices are exceedingly reasonable. I
l' that the horse U. only needed In I
; :A field, slammed out by: Gator In- me. they always spend some ment. II
it 1 man started the soph come-back crops that are bedded like strawberries thing." Mr. Stanley said that he had Let I

and was of course the outstanding and these are raised In obtained figures! from <5 of the us estimate on your next order. I

N'l'; hit of the day. long rows to save time thereby. With city and county: officials In 17 counties and therefore spoke'by II
In his wood lot. where It la very Florida aided and assisted bt the the book." He submitted the I

9 ,. llKAUKOltlt COUNTTY VI16RESOIL. ) beautiful we hear a dog and he federal officers. prohibition seemsto following' as a brief synopsis of

REWARDS TOIL call a prize stock dog to him. be having a real test In bring- his recommendations: .

When we look bewildered at the ing many offenders to the bar of Put all property on the tax Bradford County TelegraphStarke
1&& i The following theme was written straight rows and lack of deadwood Justice. It Is rumored that the books> ; possible consolidation of

? by: Lester Spcnholtz. of the ,, he eagerly explains that he /government will make a more determined counties to eliminate great expense
{ .' class In American economics: planted the crop and that the effort this year to stamp of government; the state
Florida
;q t Bradford county is la the northeastern pines had cultivation In their first out the manufacture of liquor and should have absolute control over ,

pa part of Florida. The county crowth. No burning of grass la the Importation of the same from assessments; there should be a leg-
4' seat is Starke.! The soil is allowed and fall he
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[Live. State NewsTOLD I 1 The Bank ofStarke Passes ;. ::1:1I ,;



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BY OUR EXCHANGES I


._ MIllIon Mark .
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Foci Pierce Dy a vote of 36Bt Fort Lauderdale-The body of

: < he i electorate or Fort Pierce Sam N. Northlngton, who was I Jil JilI :

: it t lug\ / in a special election, has drowned recently while trying to :

j,reed that the city should have save the life of his young daughter ..k ,

, 'day moving pictures. who had fallen Into the gulf f", ."
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H o'all.Mrs.. W. F. Reed, of was found recovered floating out near for here.about It halfa was I \Ve are pleased to announce that the Bank of Starke has passed the Half ij : "

ImiToy,, Ohio was Injured, aII -
I ough/ not seriously, when she mile by two fishermen. : Million mark in i resources. :
Knocked down and run over I t i
'.i M an automobile driven by L U.Llloway Milton-A new kind: of a fight; alr'y; Io \ :,t" ,

as she was crossing a has been staged in FlorIda. A : For this of wish to sincerely i'I I
111! stroet goat and a rooster fought It out I M I placing us at interesting stage our grovthve ; I... 'iI

: here, the animal finally engineering I thank our customers and friends, and to solicit their continued patronage ',:, ;
Fire of underterm-
Key West victorious over the fowl. Roth .'
id origin damaged the old Ruy belong to Ed Collins local resident and cooperation.We ,
[Des cigar factory one of Key The goat was tied to a :j
JHts landmarks, doing damage chair anti the two fought in

tlmated i the second at about blaze $10,000.In the bulld-It exhausted bloody combat, retreated.until the rooster believe in keeping our patrons advised of the condition of TI-IEIR ;" :tI t J JI


g: wIthIn .a month.. 0 Lakeland_.A letter.received at I bank whether the Comptroller calls us for the publication of a statement or not, '

(Orlando -- Miss Annabelle Colls Southern College addressed to .! and therefore take pleasure in presenting herewith statement of the condition of lY;,:,
20 of Seneca, S. C., and Dui "the cutest boy at Southern Col-
1 Phillips, 12, were drowned i In lege" is without a claimant. None the Bank of Starke at the close of business Monday night, April 1st, 1929: :: j
here when the boy t
lake near of the students will assume the 7t, ,
lam out too far and was appar- role and accept the communication. I "
Jily seized with a cramp, and John Abbie Carlton, recently W""t' ,
IllS Collins tried to rescue him. voted the "most handsome man," f
.
declined the additional honor RESOURCES ABILITIES ;: I II

| nartow -William Jefferies, 60( Loans and Discounts $: 1,008.3,1 rI
I Capital Stock and Surplus __ _$ .15,000.00 r :
1o lived at Mulberry, near here, Fort Lauderdale-Fifteen sticksof Hanking House Furniture and
Jr about seven years, was found dynamite and nine caps all I Undivided Profits - -- 45635Deposits ;, "
t
\11 In his home, which he oc- wired and ready for use, were Fixtures 7"J.00 _, -159,062.17Other .
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Jliled alone, on the Tampa hlgh- found by police here beneath a Other Real Estate 7,570.77 Liabilities; 131.60 ''r j'j'I .
there evl- --------- ---- :i
jiy Although were no box at a local street intersectionThe .!. Tax Certificates 783.32 j it",
of foul play, an Investigate :
turned
ores explosives were over
Cash Reserve $1JI.,117.60 I :. .1
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was ordered. to a firm who makes use of such :4
U. S. Bonds t :1
things when the owner could not '. -_. 7,600.00 i
[ Daytona Beach A possible be found. County and Municipal Hands 60JOO.OO i rr 5 ;
distance funeral procession '
ag\ Commercial Paper and Bonds 10,000.00 ; '
cord was believed to have been Pensacola -Jailer Henry Whiteof --
ItabllHhed with the death of the local county jail, heard a Other Resources _. __ ___u'" ._ _____ 270.00 222,787.60 ::' :"" 4:

fliarlle Wong SIng 65, New Smy- saw moving over metal and Inves- I J'('P' vt"'

lia launryman. Charlie's body left tigated. He found Harvey Stone, Total __ ._ $509,650.02: Total ___._ ____$509,650.02 :rr Jt
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Ira for Hong Kong China for a federal prisoner, sawing his way I ;
I
i rial:!) In the family cemetery.LakelandPleas to freedom through the bars of II I y. !J.
(
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o. his cell window. The saw was 3i\ :it ire
I of their Frost- smuggled to Stone, officers believed. i''

I Lot milttlng! constituents the opening for of legislation 11 lakes ':, We call especial attention to the following strong features of this statement : .;t tb ri. ; ,
; J
: the county to commercial seln- Tallahassee\ !- Local authorlt'es: I b tOUR :
.1 I? will not be granted by Polk today were investigating the find- t. tt f '
LARGE CASH RESERVENearly
j'uuty's representatives in the leg- tug here of the bones of the torso .. ", ,
''ature, members of the lawmak- and right arm of a woman. The ;
G. ( twice the legal requirement.) \ ;
\\4 delegation announced here. sleeve of a garment was over the ; r
. arm. Dr. L. L. Dozier local phy- FUND''
;
OUR LARGE SURPLUS
; .
MiamiA sentence of 7 years Ino sician, said the torso bones seem- ,

state prison was imposed In ingly had been attached!! together (Ten times the amount of the legal requirement.) l I
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John student. .
Imlnal court here upon with wire by a medical "
ueirer alias Don B. Collins, con- i"i"I : '
cted of the theft of an automo- Plant City-Representative JohnT. OUR LARGE BOND ACCOUNTThe ::( l i: ,

lie A 2-year sentence was given Lowe of Hlllsborough county Is
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,,imes Sauce, charged with as- opposed to the application of any ( largest carried by any bank in this territory.) ,';-.t; ': ; ,

nit with intent to kill. so-called "nuisance" tax as a 'j.1 '):'
means of revenue for schools and ;(I:; ; ..r

ice OrlandoPlans of the thirty-ninth for the district confer, as other he prepared purposes,to lie leave declared for Talla-here On the strength of this statement solicit the deposit accounts of those ,!t'\\ .: '.


TB'>nary April International 18 and 19, ,to are be underay held hasse session.to attend Otherwise the coming, he legislative said persons who value the services of a strong, conservative Bank, always in position 1\\. t't'I

A program for the confer- "he will enter" the session with an to take care of legitimate. banking needs of its customers, but never in t ', rr' t
ice was worked out at a meetS open\ mind. I

attended by Harry II. Hoot, of led the market for speculative loans. J ;.; f;
impa, the present district gover- Key West-This city's port I ,
"ir those of all other sections of Florida I IJ ;,' '
in exportation valuation during r :

Sarasota--Mrs.\ KatherIne Joyce, the month of January, accord- 'i
">, of Pittsburgh, a winter visitor Ing to a statement from the fed I'
,'ra, Buffered a possible fractur- eral government.; The exportation
!
,d 1 skull In a traffic accident ocurng from here for that month i
on a local street. She was were valued at $2,788.552. Jacksonville BANK OF STARKE ,
pocked down by a truck. She with $956,487, was sec
Jacksonville led
raalned unconscious for someme ond. In Imports

after .the..mishap.. with $1,005,225.. .. A .ROLL OF HONOR BANK t, :r

Tampa.-This city believes it has Fort Myers-FIve Creek Indians
the Florida Ever E. S. Matthews President R. Davis Cashier
Into J.
>Ie c.ampIOIshoplifter! some- have gone ,
here In Its midst. An unldentld glades to carry the "good word"to : ;'f
man strolled Into the seconded their brother redmen, the Seml- I t1t'
clothing store of L. M. Mc- noles. The Indians, two of whom !'. '
ordained Baptist ministers, be- ,... 1 1to
ay and, while the owner's atten- are f 1:
on was taken up by another vlslr lonr. to a wealthy tribe of Oklahoma f. ._ _._._..__._ _. _._r
originally migrated P' .... ---- --- -------- --- -"- ----- -----
who !!
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Indians
> made off with 20 pairs of --- .- ------- --- --
Their mIs-
Queers. ; from! Florida.

sion is said to have been sponsored Board. spring vegetable crops, whichare 'ed, a quantity of liquor was foundin hours later In hospital. Three summer doklng basis. About 40, of gratitude from a state which.
Pensacola-James B. Kelly by the Southern Baptist special compartments of his other firemen were Injured In the
selling\ well. percent of the collections from Itself sent Into the Confederate '
a" in jail here on a first degree automobile. the crash, but none seriously } y
Monticello Sheriff G. C. All- sale of the 192!) license tags now ranks many thousands of the
urder charge the result of Chief Matthews was thrown from
as of Jefferson county, has declared Fort Myers-Congress, at Its In accounted for, the acting commissioner bravest men who ever fired a. bat- sf'tie
Ie' shooting of his 35-year-old man, his car underneath the truck as '
session, In ad- Mount Dora -- Water at a cost
kidnappers of witnesses forthcoming special said. shot. The record of the Tar '
tfe as she lay In bed at their war on cases. The wrathof dition to farm relief and tariff revIsion of one cent for 60 gallons will\ enable the two machines sideswiped each heel troops under Lee, Jackson ?
liquor
In
irae The case will be Investl- sheriff wall roused as the result will probably take up congressional Mount Dora residents to car- other. . Plant City-Movement of spring fituart! the Hills, Ransom and Joe z
,lIed' by the grand Jury In June. the finding at High SprIngs reapportionment and ry on extensive watering of lawns vegetables on the Plant City mar Johnston Is unsurpassed by that ,
>elly claims that his wife was klll1 of the of R. B. Oliver anda 1930 census taking, In the opinion and shrubbery, thus insuring a Tallahassee Plans for proponed ket has overshadowed strawberry of any other troop contingent In
'I through the accidental! dls- Fla., yesterday named Winchester, wIt- of the United States Senator real beautification plan in this legislation regulating for Importation shipments the last few days modern wars. a,

"large of a.pistol.TallahasseeHubert. man In number of liquor cases, Thomas J, Walsh of Montana, whoIs city. Under the new rate as fixed of milk Into Florida Deans, cucumbers, potatoes and The rolls! of the knight In gray j
a
nesses they had been forcedby here for a brief session of bath- by the city, consumers may use were discussed here today at a squash have made up the bulk of who can assemble In conventions
"-. Coop- who declared rum dealers, at the Ing and fishing. Senator Walsh water for sprinkling purposes at conference between a delegationfrom the shipments. Today's offerings' annually Is every year growing
r- who escaped in 1823 from the alleged to leave Montlcello voiced disapproval of President the low rate. There Is no maximum the Florida Dairymen's a duo- of truck went out In several solid notably shorter. It Is possible) ,
'ate' farm while serving a ten- point of a gun Hoover's recent policy to lease no or minimum charge for service elation and officials of the state can of which there were one eachof that the Charlotte reunion might
ear forgery sentence from Duval last week. more government oil lands to private and the water la metered sep- department of agriculture. The beans, cucumbers and potatoes be the last one that can be held
"aunty) has been recaptured at to F. B. Lang- operators. crately from that used for domestic proposed legIslation It wan stated, Other shipments were In mixed and It certainly will be for scores)
oledo, Ohio, the prison bureau Ocala-According of the Ocala purposes. would exact from Importers of carloads. Strawberries continueto of those who will be there In At.
M advised today. ley, superintendent Atlantic Coast Line West Palm Beach-A notice by milk the came requirements a* move by express but In smaller June.It .
division of the section Is passing the war department of a public' Palm Beach-Voter* here today those which have to be met by native volume. Tuesday's berry output Is not generally realized
WeRt Palm Beach Llnd- railroad this here ratified a proposed Issue of $450- dairymen. Various angles ofa that
-Eggar the heaviest shIp- hearing to be conducted April was 12,000 quarts, while yesterday nearly every Confederate
'*, 18, succumbed recently from through one of years. Let- 2 to consider the proposed construction 000 of public Improvement bonds, bill to be Introduced at the com- there were 12,800 quarts In Is 80 years old at least and mostof
'n injury to received In ping seasons In many Lake Worth and at the time turned ing session of the legislature were
his head shipments show of Islands In same 160 freezers which left the station. them much over that-In spite j
he storm of last September. The tuce and cabbage percent over last has given credence to rumors of thumbs down on the extension of derided upon at the meeting Sales were at an average of 18 of the astonishing fact that the*
of 75 .
outhVas struck by a piece of an Increase Atlantic CoastLine an extensive Island developmentof an electric franchise to a commercial cents a quart. Most of the berries parole list of 1865 contains the
rIng' timber. His Injuries were season so far as are concerned. a commercial nature In the company for a 30-year period. Tallahassee D'smlssat! from now are going to uthern markets names of 25 642 boy soldiers of ''I i i ic
'reated and he was believed to movements an Increase of lake, according to those who have About fifty per cent of the elec- the stata motor vehicle department as. warm weather In the the Confederate armies who were
the recovered, but a subsequent Citrus fruit shows the corresponding made a study of the situation. The torate voted Extensive public Improvements today of 25 additional em- north Is checking shipments there. under 16 years. of age!
iteration was necessary, resulting 25 percent over reports connect throe) prominent are planned under the ployes was announced by D. B.Plnkston North Carolina honors herself
1 ois death. period last.year.Wauchula persons with the purported Island proposed program, and work will acting motor vehicle A CJII-T CM- /i &.\TITl.'J J': In making welcome and comfort- k
S
ship venture. be under way thin summer on extension commissioner. These dismissal) able the remnants of such heroic
Tampa.Crowing roosters cack- -- Strawberry county this of the sea wall and street Pinkston laid, would effect a say The legislature of North CarolIna spirts. -- Atlanta Constitution.
ng hens and barking dogs were ments from Hardee quarts, Oa'nesvllle' J. R. Turner of Atlanta and sewer projects. ing of $2186 monthly. Five other has generously enacted a gift S l8 t I
*'pen by a Mrs. Blgby, of Chicago, week totaled 100,160 the season was fined $500 and costs and workers of the tag department re- i of $%6,000 from the state treasury Plans completed for completionof
8 one reason why she said Tam- bringing the total for for which sentenced to three montths In prison Tampa-Fire Chief W. M. !Matthews s'gned during the month, bringing I to assist the city of Charlotte In 10-mile stretch of paving between M
;* does not get more tourists. to 2103.031 quarts more than by County Judge B. D. Hlers, rushing to what turned out the grand total saving each monthto entertaining the United Confed- Penxacola and Escambla s}
'aoy|! tourists come here for re- farmers have received It Is esti- after conviction of charges of violating to be an unimportant fire, was $3525. Plnkston said the dismissals erate Veterans In their annual reunion bridge. ,? f
"ratlDn from Illnesses and half a million dollars. 100,000 the prohibition laws. Turner fatally injured 11a collison b V were In line with Governor at that city In June next. Fort Myers Local Plggly- 1 ( ,I
:""""1 it Impossible to do so "ae mated that approximately before the was arrested by Deputy sheriffs tween his car and a big hook and Carlton's economy program and The act will receive approval WIggly store No. t Installed com # ; ,F ,
lag'' a. barnyards are permitted more quarts will go out after a chase through the residence ladder truck In the downtown section because of the fact that the department from the old veterans and all their plete meat market and enlarged '
5 the city limits" she declareda shipping season devotIng ends. Most thlllr growers time I section, and, officers declare yesterday.. He died several III getting down to Its friends everywhere. It Is a. gift bakery and grocery departments.AliS .

a letter to the mayor. are DOW


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t.(< PAGE_ TWO BRADFORD COFXTY' TKLKGRAPH. STARKTC. FLORIDA }"JUD\Y, APRIl, ,.
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'fan. acre of trees. BEnny PLANTS IIAVK OHANGf bonded indebtedness so rigid as ..1NN.NNNN.N.....I Estelle, were VI81t1ng--their a
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5'4 I Leaving our last friend at sun- BUST to prevent the Issuance of bonds parents, Mr. and Mrs n (1) !
BRADFORD lown we go to Starke. We see except to meet dire necessities and : GRAHAM : uln here Sunday. a'u
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1 paved streets, electric tights anda Under separate cover are a few, for refunding; no debt should be Messrs. B. J. McRap.
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theater. and hungrywe of Marvel Blackberry incurred majorityvote Gibson and LonnIe
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL Thirsty sprouts Florida except upon a Roiiin. :
go to a cafe. We drink Hel plants for examination. Two of the registered freeholders; Mr. Schell Byrd was a business Waldo, were visiting our n y I
.I bronn spring water, eat strawber-I there should be set up under state visitor to Starke Tuesday after- U. Sunday night.Remember .
plants are sending out a numberof
rles raised here and are served control a unform system of county noon. B. Y P. {r
tr OLKIC CLVIIrOM'KKT sandy loam with a good layer ol that food which is the delight of sprouts similar to these enclosed. accounting and report to a state Mrs. G. P. Wad$worth was avis- Sunday night Everyone ever

r TONIGHT clay underneath. They say It will every meal. milk. Driving thru Some of them have a red sub authority of the bonded Indebtedness Itor to Starke Thursday afternoon Invll\\\!

The Bradford Glee Club will I reward toll. Well, let us see howIt we find churches, drug stores, stance on the under side of the I and the state comptroller Mrs. Equllla Jones was shop- -I

J'' : give their annual concert this Fri. is done. many dwellings! of beautiful design leaf. All plants were sprayed the, should be required to see that the ping In Starke Thursday after- [ WRUP FARMFollowing rRomu '
We will and a high school that I Is first of February with bordeaux sinking funds are malntaned! and noon
to the rent-
day, 8 o'clock, at the high school go average equal with or above the standard. mixture. judiciously Invested; all taxes 'I
er and ask him if soil rewardedhis Mr. Wiley Edmundson was a
fc? auditorium.. The girl's glee club What more can a farmer want than Two sprouts in the bundle were should be used for the purposesfor Starke Wednesday Is a list of farm
business visitor to tall,
will give several numbers, while toll. "Yen," he will answer, the environment that Bradford cut from a wild dewberry plant which they are raised and no to be broadcast from
afternoon.
v the boys' glee, ; club also have a "soil rewards my toil but with county furnishes? growing about 20 feet from the levy should be made in excess of static(,'
','! number of selections. The Bradford broken health and unhappiness" Of course we may see things as Florida Marvel plants. This red the requirements of the fund; the Mr. Gordon Wadsworth spent WRUF for the week ending!! Apr

mixed chorus will render several Of couse this was his reward, because the renter does, everything slow 'substance and extra long sprouts county budget should contain an the week-end in Jacksonville. 10. The farm\talks are given ,

i specialties, including the he planted crops each year and dull. HU health broken, the have appeared on only one of the !Itemized statement of the anticipated School closed here Friday with a 1 p. m each day In the w-eit Tll.

Dlue Danube Waltz, To Sprlng( by on the same place and laughed at farm not his own and that whichhe wild dewberry plants and only two expenses of each school or plcnc! at Hampton Beach. All reported wave length Is 204 meters.

Strauss. A male trio and several his educated 'neighbors who fol- works starved and dead; his of the Florida Marvel plants road district; some of the dutiesof a nice time. April 4.-U. S. D. A. Fall '
P vocal and Instrumental solos will lowed the method of rotation of cows tick-eaten, hogs of razorback J. T. D., Tallahassee. the county and city tax asses- Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds Talks.

i; i be given crop*. The ground lay bare all type and his chickens of every color This disease on the Marvel sors and collector many of the cf Jacksonville, were visiting the April B.-Feeding and Manar.

The entire program Is in charge fall and most likely a Ore would and kind! ( which kind hardly] blackberry plants Is known as the county and city police: forces former's mother, Mrs James Rey- ment of Pigs, Dr. A. L. sboalt

"d r d of Mrs. A. E. Wall, the director of burn up all vegetable matter leaving ever pay for their roosting rents orange rust of 'blackberries.. It should be consolidated; there nolds Saturday and Sunday. head, department of animal
v t '( school music. No admission will It to weeds Instead of plantingpeas much less their food. Next a picture attacks many species of blackberries should be a law requiring that Misses Edna Stansbury and Iva I bandry, Florida Experiment, hm

6he be charged.riUXJKICSH. beans or some legume. The of the trained farmer arises, !! and dewberries, both wild and auto license be l Issued through tax Boyd of Starke were visiting tlon. &

)'-\1))1--.I.V CALHTIIh'MCM neighbor would always "waste efficient, quick and bright. Happy: cultivated.! Since the fungus collectors and only when ad va- Misses Pearl and Gertie Johnson April 6.-U, S. D A Far
seed" by planting It and plowing and joyful because of the worth of causing this trouble lives entirely lorem tax is levied; put teeth into Sunday. I Talks.

,. Dl under the vegetable growth. Oh his knowledge. Everything on his within the host plant, no sprayIs the law for the collection of delinquent Messrs. James Reynolds, Dock April Livestock Produt,

t + A. Rapid In calisthenics yes, farming will produce whatever farm of best quality. So as a stu- effective and the only control taxes, make your tax Roberts, C. f Westbrook and Consumed on the Farm. Dr J. ,'
progress Is put In, but blind farming dent of economics, I ask you measure possible cons'sts' in the deeds worth something, be fair In Harvey Richardson of Daytona Turlington, professor faun i
are being noted Coach Ray who
nt<
t directs the well never be the best method of whether you would rather be the removal of all diseased plants. Its your assessments and when the Beach were guests of the formers agement. College of AgricultureApril
exercises, believes that !
at the rate of farming. Take for an Instant our ignoran renter or the trained agriculturist an excellent; precaution to see taxes become delinquent let the mother, Mrs James Reynolds Sun 9.- U. S. D. A.
present Improvement Fart
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farmer (that knows how) will in his glory? that all wild berry plants in the property owner know that the sale Talks.
t the students work In this .. day.Messrs.
g e f line of pick his seeds each year while on neighborhood of your patch, that for taxes will stick; establish a James Reynolds, Dock April 10. Poultry
physical education will become II. II, H. BUNK SanltatlotDr.
unusually successful. the plant, while the other says have this disease, are removed and central agency for expending of Roberts, Roy Reynolds and Misses D. A. Sanders, assistant. verinarlan .
, 1 about burned as soon as possible. If edvertising! funds; put buildingand and Dclma Sur-
. .; j Calisthenics are taken on the the middle of the winter, "I Mr. Ray-Why did Hannibal Cleo. Reynolds Florida Expurlmeu:
J guess this will do. It looks just the plants, either wild or cultivated maintenance of county roadsof rency were visitors to Waldo Sun- Station.
Tornada atheletlc field each Mon- cross the Alps?
like dad's used to." In goes the can be removed in the early county roads under the state day morning.. .
day and Tuesday afternoon at 3 Mac-For the same reason the
seeds, Including corn which we stage of the disease before the highway department and make a Miss Edna Williams of Waldo, During February 114 cows I.
1, p. m. All caring to watch the hen crossed the road. You don'tcatch
c : body of 200 students take these will take for an example, and at me with no puzzles. orange spots become dusty, you study of the school situation, spent Sunday here as the guest of Duval county were tested for production >
exercises half growth one field is 'unevenand can prevent the spread of the disease whether or not the transportationcosts Miss Cleo Reynolds according to the report
are Invited.
4 cordially Door, while the selected seedY Mrs. White-Can you give me from these olants. pay, whether there Is the Misses Thelma Brown and Paul J. O. Traxler, assistant count.

FEW DEMERITS J BEING GIV1; that has been planted Is even and the derivation of auditorium? Erdman West, proper pupil load on teachers, and ine Mills attended church at Wa- agent.

has a rapid growth. In the roast- Merrill-From audio, to hear, Mycologist whether visitors pay for the teroak Sunday. r
4i: '"' The sixth month of the present ing stage the unselected corn requires and taurus, bull: a place where- schooling of their children. Miss Cleo Reynolds entertainedher With the advent of spring mat!

; term which ended last Friday was many pickings which are Mrs. White-That will do. tint ItNI Spider on Strawberries and Most of Mr. Stanley's reommen- friends with an Easter egg Florida cities are planning. mulct

particularly notable because of the of a poor quality. There are but will do! henna dations are of merit and have hunt Sunday afternoon. All reported pal elections to decide upon thel
fact that fewer demerits were gIven a. few stalks that have two full I am new in farming and would been previously urged by this a real nice time city officials for another term oonce.

this month than any month ears, while most have Just one' Ben Do dentists beat their like to have' some information. newspaper. As a whole, they constitute Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville, fill- Winter months are but
+ I since the opening of school last poor one. So now we have the wives? Many of my strawberry bushes are a remarkably comprehensive ed his regular appointment here months in Florida and there Is It:

September, and possibly the smallest renter:. with hopes of better re- Paul No, they crown them. dying out because of red spider. digest of what should be doneto Sunday afternoon.Mr. tie time to devote to politics t bu>
'
p, ',, amount given since the 1027 ports or surely Bradford county What would be best to spray them bring about tax reform in Flor- Alph Hazen of Brooker, ,wasa the warm sun of summer brint!,

semester Fewer demerits always will receive a black mark. The manager of the baseball with? I put beans on the sidesof ida. What is needed is not new visitor here Sunday, night. 'nth the politicians and (her

means better behavior on the part Ought the poor Ignorant farmer team had just bounced hIs pitcher the strawberry beds. They are forms of taxation, but such. Mr.\ Eddie Wasdln and sister, rlenda for a friendly joust

a of the students, and this fact Is taught and say, "can't be done?" and catcher. 'I have just discharged In two big I lines now. Will the changes as will make the
one which teachers, parents and But let us see by going to the the battery," he said. red spider kill the beans? If so, present system more efficientand II -,:..- -: : +.

pupils alike should' be glad to neighbor farmer. He meets us at what should I spray the beans more conducive to the III 11 '

learn. the gate and is pleasant looking. First society woman-"That's with? They are on the beans, to. substantial relief! of the taxpayerthis i

6 lie states that he has just returned my baby that we Just passed. 8. W., Auburndale. coupled with the Institu- J. R. DAVIS s & CO.
,. IiAWTKY: PASTOR from marketing his strawber- Second society woman "How Sulphur is the proper remedyfor tion and enforcement, of the \

p' HI'KIST C1IAPKI ries. Quickly we ask how great could you tell?" I red spider on your strawberries. strictest _economy in the adminIs-

the yield is. Stating that it Is First society woman "I recognized You can either dust with tration of state, county and city
Rev. Jamison, pastor of the good, we ask for the method of the nurse." flowers of sulphur or spray withlimesulphur. government. =- Tampa Tribune INSURANCEAGENCY ,
First Methodist church of Lawtey, strawberry raising. Among other Dusting will be ----.-- ,1

t 1 spoke'for the first 'time In chapel things he said he ban plowed under COODVKAIt; TIHKMMAIHU) : much cheaper and will do much One of the home demonstrationclubs "

6 exercises last Thursday. Rev a crop of legumes for the pur- : : OF PI KM: less damage to your strawberries! in Jefferson county recently ESTABLISHED 1886

a r Jamison brought to the studentsone pose or enlivening the soil. Also than the lime-sulphur sprays; had a "work day" and planted 76 \,'
of the most Interesting messages that the commercial fertilizer was "We expect and are preparingfor but If the weather Is cool,, the crepe myrtle and dogwood trees alternately '
'
they have heard this year of good grade and he said he did a rush of business" during the lime-sulphur spray does a better I on the highway throughthe STARKE FLA.

his address centering around the not starve the land. We asked if spring months, declared Hamilton Job. I believe, however, by the community, reports Miss Ruby I .
word, "Go." the soil has rewarded his toil, and Hitch, of the -Rltch Service time you get this letter, the weather Drown, home agent. -*- : .1. -"' .- -;;
The great scholar- ana missionary Station, Goodyear dealer, in an- will be warm enough so that -- -
he to his and .
points satsuma pecan ..-.-.-,-. .. .,, _....,
of stock of the -
Paul, was referred to as onew groves saying, "yes." The nouncing receipt a you can dust your plants with sulphur -- nea -__ rnno--ewt&
.oae life was motivated by the groves with strawberries and n new Goodyear Pathfinder tires in and get good control. I r

word, "Go." Paul was always on few other crops, such as cotton, both high pressure and balloon If you should fail to get controlby I

the go, doing something worth watermelons and beans are the sizes. this means and have to take I

while. The students were urged best cash crops of Bradford coun- "We have handled the Goodyearline desperate measures. I would
to pack their lives to the full with ty for years and have always spray them with lime-sulphur solution -

r ;, worthwhile activities', as did the We ask If there Is any sickness, done a handsome, business in the (1 part to 40)). This will 7f J
,! Pathfinder tire, which ranks next f
great apostle. and he answers that although ruin the taste of the berries for a
Rev.. Jamison mentioned the ad- strawberries are hard to raise, he to the Ail-Weather tread In value week or so, whereas the sulphurwill (

vice of Roosevelt: "In life, as In sees that the health of his family and price and which stands as not harm them in the least.

.y? t' a football game, the rule Is, bit and that the health of his pickers the equal, If not the superior, of However, I would pick the ber- r) I Iaurcxasrea
"' the line standard tires made by smaller
hard-don't foul and and renters is properly protected. 1 ries before applying the sulphur,
don't shirk but hit the line hard!I" lie takes us to his community hall, tire manufacturers. even though it is harmless and
L' t Roosevelt'was given as a fine ex- where moving pictures, plays and "The volume of sales of Pathfinders tasteless, as its presence and odoron

ample of a man whose life was exhibits are held to hold the Interest has been great all over the berries would probably Interfere -

crowded with valuable activities. of the people and to provide the country and this fact led with their sale for a dayor

Judging him by the life of an or- amusement for the young peopleto Goodyear engineers at Akron to so; therefore pick your berries
dinary man he lived conduct series of experimentswith before the
s more than encourage them to stay on the a applying sulphur. By
threo hundred years. In other farm. the idea of improving this : the second day the sulphur

words, his accomplishments! were tire. Their research work is be- have largely disappeared and will ''
I Next he shows us how he sup- i. 4 I
so that hind the which have little that remain the
many an ordinary man plies himself and his renters with improvements may on .
would have had to live thre bung been included in the new Path- ries will not be noticeable. '
pork> beef and milk, and last but
; dred to do the The red will to
years same amountof finder. spiders spread '
not least, eggs, and and chickens
work. tire Is of- the beans all right and should UNTANGLE
There Is the dairy house with his "This improved now you YOUR PRINTING
:_ The speaker had the subject well herd of fine cows by which hIs fered to motorists at no extra dust your beans at the same time

In hand, spoke, briefly in a very family and the renters have all cost: In fact, new low prices pre- you dust your strawberries.; This

1 Interesting fashion, and quit when the dairy products needed, suchas vail, which makes the Pathfinderthe should control the spiders on the PROBLEMS!
he got through; so his talk was milk, butter and cheese. The greatest value outside of the beans as well as on the strawberrlea. -
iat s well received by the students* Goodyear All-Weather tread tire, .
cows are pure-bred and graze on I
on the market today. J. n, Watson, II
c. SENIOKK 7ROUNCK: RATS TO oats and excellent grass pastures.The EntomologistA I
hogs are of best stock, bacon "Important Improvements Include -
g OPEN IJASKMALL SEASON and lard type, in which the owner strengthening carcass of the n.uLlto..ujLN'H. 8UOGUSTIOXS Whatever they may be, we are competent to un.

_ The local -baseball season got takes the greatest pride. They tire, which Is built of Supertwlst fab-, : ravel the tangled threads
the exclusive Goodyear of
cqrd
,:. under way on the Tornado diamond are enclosed In a small pasture until and your printing prob
ric, and a stronger newly-
fattening time, when they are Another "tax doctor" has ap- lems.
last Friday, as a team representing -
which adds
designed tread to the
l Bradford Seniors turned into a field of corn and pea- peared on the Florida scene In the
.,, the "
service and safety; margins, he
and Rat classes detected the sophIond nuts. The chickens are Leghorns, person of W. L. Stanley, of At-

at } juniors 11-8. In a listless! mall but of the kind that produce said."Supertwlst. which was developed lanta, vice president of the Sea- We do good work and have it ready on time I
: with! little feed.; We remark addressed
All pigs Ward Air line. Mr. Stanley
parties concerned show-
game. their else and he turned to a by; Goodyear several ;yean ago, I of the Associated
on a meeting -
ed little than lack of We have
more the
pray facilities
which
'fabric fatigue, for
: tice, particularly afield. Lusty hitting coop where a half dozen ,fryel'l prevents Industries of Florida in Jack- printing anything
,'dj are on a diet which forces themto causes moat tire troubles, and sonville a few days ago and outlined -
from
in the order of the
wag more
_ keeps Goodyear tires running tqng your letterhead to the largest
kind
day, malnlly because there was no a heavy weight.We tires have been a number of suggestions for of a cir-
p. -I real pitching done, during the af- ask where his feed Is and after ordinary 'tax reform, which he gleaned froma cular. I
and discarded.
r ternoon. Elmer McMillan on the he takes us to his corn bin where worn out careful investigation of conditions _
-c r' mound for the victors, had no he has stored two hundred bush- "The new tread design brings In this state. Mr. Stanley,

,'ys trouble with the weak middle calsa els of corn raised on five acres of the Pathfinder closer" to the All- we are informed by the Tlmea-Un-- You will be surprised what difference

batsmen, In the first part of the Bradford county dirt. The hay Weather tread, Incorporatingsome Ion, made It clear that he is a good,

1 of the seven Inning game, but the mow is filled with best of oats and of the features of that famous against any radical change In the careful printing will make in"the
tread
tire to prevent fast quality of
hay Ills chickens are fed on thinksIt
,? losers fought a sturdy uphill battleIn pea tax system of Florida, but your
the closing stanza, bringing corn, oata, chicken corn, all home wear and give greater traction on needa such repairs as will putIt advertising matter. '
about a closer score than was ex- grown, while greens are not forgotten pavements" In all kinds of weather. "back Into running order." That I

rt'-h 11," pected. Nookte Walnwrlght was by any means. "there1!' Is no better, no safer, no

4 in the box for the losers, but was Then looms up a large barn with Good UU8Jnt'f18-- saner system of taxation in vogue Be through with hasty, careless, incorrect blur

R'r', ? : unable to find himself; Hallle something else besides horses In A storekeeper had for some time anywhere than that malnta'ned In ,
f' *, Jones later stepped In his place It. A large tractor heads the list, displayed in his window a card inscribed the state_ of Florida was Mr. red circulars and publications. '

,t' and partially slopped the senior while cutters, seeders and cultivators "Fishing Tickle." A customer Stanley's declaration. "The trouble -

barrage. Hallle possessed little too many many to mention. drew the proprietor's atten- ," he added, "is that the machinery Turn I
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more than an attractive outcurre "How can this help," we Inquired? tion to the spelling has become rusty, some of over a new by letting us take care of

r Friday, but his control was good, And he answers that the tractor "Hasn't any one told you of it the parts have been lost It has your printing.Our
and with a little more practice, doubles his day, the cultivatorsand before?" he asked."Hundreds ceased to function" and there 1.. \ r

his work should show up better. seeders save time and do bet- ," replied the dealer, urgent necessity that Florida "get

? A rousing homer Into right ter job at less cost. He points out "but whenever they drop in to tell business methods into govern- prices are exceedingly
field, slammed out by Gator Ionian that the horse la only needed in me they always spend something ment." reasonable.Let .
started the soph come-back, crops that are bedded like strawberries ." Mr. Stanley said that he had

and was of course the outstand- and these are raised in obtained figures from 65 of the us estimate on your next order.
ing hit of the day long rows to save time thereby.In With city aud county officials In 17 counties and therefore spoke
;n' his wood lot where it ia very Florida aided and assisted bt the "bY the book." He submitted the i
HRADKOllll ( COUNTY WHURK: : beautiful, we hear a dog and be federal officers prohibition seemsto following as a brief synopsis of i
SOIL RKWARUS TOIL call a prize stock dog to him be having a real test In bring his recommendations: a

"1 When we look bewildered at the ing many offenders to the bar of Put all property on the tax Bradford County I
,r The following theme was written straight rows and lack of dead Justice. It la rumored, that the books; possible consolidation of TelegraphStarke

by Lester Sponholtz, of the wood, he eagerly explains that he government will make a more de- counties to eliminate great expense r
tx,, class In American econom'cs: planted the and that the this
crop termined effort year to stamp of government the state
,l- Bradford county Is In the north- pines had cultivation In their first out the manufacture of liquor and should have absolute control over Florida ;

eastern part of Florida. The coun- vrowth. No burning of grass Is the Importation of the same from assessments; there should be a leglatlT a
1s Starke. The soil II allowed and every fall he plants outside source limit to the amount: off
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[Live, State News The Bank of Starke Passes :!






__ _._._ .$. I Half Million Resource Mark rI

For Pierce -- By a --The body of

14, ihe electorate of who was .

It luc In a special 1 while trying to
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],read that the city young daugh I
luday moving pictures.lOrala Into the gulf, !,'
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Mrs. W F. for here.about It halt was \Ve are pleased to announce that the Bank of Starke has passed the HalfMillion

Imcroy, Ohio, was .
I"ugh not seriously, mark in resources. ;ri9Y4jk ,A
L knocked down and kind
of a fight I

I an automobile In Florida. A For at this interesting of our grovthve wish to sincerely -
Iloway as she was placing us stage : ;, ; 1 l

,I f lal street.. fought engineer It out 1 I thank our customers and friends, and to solicit their continued patronage 1!

I Key West Fire of the fowl. Both .
|d origin damaged local resi and cooperation.We .
Lei cigar factory was tied to a
landmarks, two fought In I
louts Itimated at about $ the rooster, believe in keeping our patrons advised of the condition of THEIR ,; 1

Is Ais within the second a month.blaze. In. bank whether the Comptroller calls us for the publication of a statement or not, ;
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1j j Orlando Miss addressed received at to .!. and therefore take pleasure in presenting herewith statement of the condition of y

ls.[::1 Phillips 20 of Seneca 12, were, S. C. claimant.Southern None Col- I the Bank of Starke at the close of business Monday night, April 1st, 1929: ;

I lake near here assume the .
lam out too far and communica t Z ii
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July seized with a recently ffi
\\aa Collins tried to man," I '
S honor. RESOURCES LIABILITIES :'

Loans and Discounts ._ $271,008.33 ,
BartowWilliam I Capital Stock and Surplus_ __ $ 15,000.00Undivided i
Mulberry, -Fifteen sticks
ho lived at Ranking (louseFurniture and '
\\t seven years, nine cups all Profits u._ 4, 36.25Deposits ; '
about 7 OO 00
Fixtures ,.) .
ad In his home for use, were I ,159,662.17 ,
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Other Real Estate 7,.>1.?? ,
pled alone, on the here beneath a Other Liabilities 131.60 ;
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.iy Although/; there Intersection. t Tax Certificates _ __ 783.32Cash

nces of foul play, an turned over .i' Reserve .__ $11 ,117.60
u
>n was ordered.. use could of such not U. S. Bonds __ _ .__ __ 7,600.00 t ,

Dayton: Beach County and Municipal Bonds ___ 60MO.OO -.
funeral Commercial and Ronds ,
,ig distance Paper 10,000.00

cord was believed to Henry White Other Resources __ __ ___ ___ 270.00 222787.60 .
itablished with the jail, heard a
harlle Wong Sing, 65, and Inves- g11 Ij:
; Harvey Stone, Total $309,650.02 Total $509,650.02
la launryman. / -- ----- --------- ----
re for Hong Kong, sawing his way I J4
irlal In the family the bars of
.. The saw was II :

Lakeland-Pleas of officers believ-
oof constituents for We call especial attention to the following strong features of this statement :

the opening 4i, ,
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the county to authorities
( will not be the Mud- ; OUR LARGE CASH RESERVE
of the torso
unty's' representatives ,
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ature, members of a woman. The (Nearly twice the legal requirement.)
.4,: delegation was over the .
local phy- ,
OUR LARGE SURPLUS FUND -
I Ia bones seem-
Miami--A sentence of .
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state prison was I he<)student.together/; (Ten limes Ihe amount of the legal requirement.) ii

,eger imlnal, alias court Don here n. John OUR LARGE BOND ACCOUNT 4 : 1 y

clod of the theft of

!!Is A 2-year sentence 'atlon county of any is (The largest carried by any bank in this territory.) Ifri ;
.(imes Salice, charged <
tax as a
ult with Intent to kill.
for schools and

Orlando- Plans for leave declared for Talla-here i On the strength of this statement solicit the deposit accounts of those"" .
of the -
ire
Diary'> International, tIJ"n! coming, he legisla said persons who value the services of a strong, conservative! Bank, always in posi- <*
and 19,
18
ay re April A program for session with an tion to take care of legitimate banking needs of its customers, but never in J"1 4

ice was worked out .
the market for loans.
.5 attended by Harry city's port led speculative
impa, the present of Flor- ;
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valuation dur-
accord- !
Sarasota--Mrs. 1
from the fed- 4I c:1
i. of Pittsburgh, a
exporta-
The :
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're, Buffered a ':
1 skull In a traffic that month : .,

ng locked! on a down local by street.a Jacksonville,, ,, was. Jack-sec-led BANK OF STARKEA

malned unconscious
me after the mishap. .
". ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.
Creek Indians

Ie Tampa--This champion city Florida"good word"Ever- Matthews, President R. J. Davis, Cashier

here In its midst. !
Seml-
men, the
"'d' man strolled Into '
two of whom El' *
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clothing store of ministers, be- I /
ay, and, while the
; tribe of Okla- I ._ .. .... .
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.. Their mis ;
"users.
been sponsor i to spring vegetable crops, which. ed, a quantlty'of liquor was foundIn hours( later In a hospital. Three summer doklng basis. About 40 of gratitude from a state which 4 ;l ,$
Pensacola-James ; Baptist. Hoard are selling well. special compartments of his other firemen were Injured In the percent of -the collections from Itself sent Into the Confederate j
automobile. the crash but none seriously
as la Jail here on a G. C. All- Chief Matthews was thrown from salq of the 192'J license tags now rank many thousands of the t
ardor charge as the county has de Fort Myers-Congress, at its IH accounted for, the acting commissioner bravest men who ever fired a bat' 1
'Ie shooting of his of wit forthcoming special session. In ad- Mount Dora Water at a cost his car underneath the truck as Bald. tie shot, The record of the Tar- t
ife of one cent for 50 gallons will en- the two machines sideswiped each .
as she lay in The wroth dition to farm relief and tariff revision heel troops! under Lee Jackson! ,
'me. The case will { as the re will probably take up con- able Mount Dora residents to car- other. Plant City-Movement of spring I Stuart, the Illlla Ransom and Joe p
lied by the grand High Springs, gressional reapportionment and ry on extensive watering of lawns vegetables on the Plant City mar Johnston Is unsurpassed by that :
oily claims that his H. Oliver and' 1930 census takIng In the opin- and shrubbery, thus Insuring a Tallahassee Plans for proposed ket has overshadowed strawberry of any other troop contingent In tr.
I real beautification plan In this legislation regulating for importation
through the wit ion of the United States Senator shipments Ihe last few days. modern wars.
'largo of a pistol. of liquor cases, Thomas J. Walsh of Montana, who city. Under the new rate as fixed of milk Into Florida Mean, cucumber, potatoes and The rolls of the knights In gray
bath- by the city, consumers may use were discussed here today at a .
had been forced Is here for a brief session of squash have made up the bulk of who can assemble, In conventions
Tallahassee Hubert Senator Walsh water for sprinkling purposes at conference between a delegationfrom the Today' offering
-- at the ing and fishing. shipments. ( annually la every year growing ?
r, who escaped In MonticellO voiced disapproval of President the low rate. There Is no maxi the Florida Dairymen's' association of truck went out In several solid notably shorter. It is possible
''ate' farm while I Hoover's recent policy to lease no mum or minimum charge for ser- and officials of the state cars, of which there were one each that the Charlotte reunion might eNf;
oar forgery sentence more government oil lands to private vice and the water !la metered aep- department of agriculture. The of beans, cucumbers and potatoes. be the last one that can be held e
)unty has been to F. B. Lang- operators. erately from that used for domestic proposed legislation. It was elated,,' Other shipments were In mixed and it certainly will be for scores t !

oledo Ohio, the of the Ocala purposes.. would exact from Importers of carloads. Strawberries continueto of those who will ,be> there In j
as advised today. Coast Line West Palm Beach-A notice by milk the ame requirements us move by express but In smaller June, fit
Is passing the war department of a public Palm Beach--Voters here today those which have to be met by native volume. Tuesday's berry output is not generally realized that t
West Palm Beach- heaviest ship- hearing to be conducted here April ratified a proposed Issue of "50,- dairymen Various angles ofa wan 1:!,OOO quarts while yesterday nearly every Confederate veteran ,' j
'-*. 18, succumbed years. Let- 2 to consider the proposed con- 000 of public improvement bonds, bill to be introduced at the coming there were 12,800 quart in Is 80 years old at least and most
Injury to his head shipments show struction of islands In Lake Worth and at the same time turned session! of the legislature were 160 freezers which left the station. of them much over that-In spit '
he storm of last over last has given credence to rumors of thumbs down on the extension of decided upon. at. the. meeting.. Sale were at an average of 18 of the astonishing fact that the ,
"nth wag struck by Atlantic Coast an extensive Island development an electric franchise to a commer- cent a quart. Most of the berries parole Hat of 1865 contain the ,
ring timber. His concerned I of a commercial nature In the cial company for a 30-year period Tallahassee Dismissal from now are going to uthern mar- name of 25 642 boy soldiers of r
'eated and he wall are of lake according to those who have About fifty per cent of the elec- the state motor vehicle depart- kets as warm weather In the the Confederate armies who were L'
increase
}'e> recovered, but a an correspond made a study of the situation. The torate voted. Extensive public 1m- ment today of 25 additional em- north IK checking shipments there. under 18 years of age r r
ation was necessary reports connect three prominent jirovemenU are planned under the ployes was announced by D. B. North Carolina honors herself
II Ms death. persons with the purported Island proposed program and work will Plnknton acting motor vehicle A GIFT OF Un\TITl'UJ: In making welcome and comfortable r3
ship- venture. be under way thIs summer on extension commissioner. These dismissals the remnants of such heroic ,, 1epirte.
TampaCrowing county this of the sea wall and street Pin kst.on said would effect a sav- The legislature of North Caro- -- Atlanta Constitution. i
ng hens Ga'nesvil1&--J. R. Turner of At- and sewer projects. ing of 12185 monthly Five other lina has generously' enacted a gift -.--- I
'en by and barklL quarts lanta waa fined 1500 and costs and workers of the tag department re of $25,000 from the state treasuryto Plans completed for completionof I a h
a Mrs. Blgby, for the season assist the city of Charlotte in stretch of paving be- ,i ,,,
Flra month
lOne which sentenced to three montths in pris- Tampa- Chief W. M. Mathews gned during the bringing 10-mila
reason she
why for
k does than on by County Judge B. D. Hlers. rushing to what turned out the grand total saving each monthto entertaining the United Confederate tween Pen arol" and Escambla. L
f'any tourists not get more esti- after conviction of charges of vio- to; be an unimportant fire was 13525. Plnkston said the dismissals Veterans In their annual reunion bridge. 2
'Heratlon come It III lating the pror-jbltlou laws. Turner fatally injured In a colllaon b V were In line with GovernorCarlton's at that city In June next Fort Myers Local PlgglyWlggly I
100,000 *'
from and The act will receive approval' No. 1 Installed complete p f; ,
and< > it was arrested by Deputy aher- wean his car and a big book and economy program I store
nl *. Impossible to out before the 'ffs' after a chase through the residence ladder truck: in the downtown section because of the fact that the de- from the old veterans and all their meat market aDd enlarged mI'II1 as
!1 the city barnyards limits,"are Most tbelr grow-time I I section, and. officers declar- ;yesterday lie died several partment In getting down to Its friends everywhere. It Is a gift bakery and grocery department \

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t '+ !' p;,'f iL' : PACK: FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\PJI. STARKE. FLORIDA ._ __. _. FRII.1Y_ AI'n... ;J. 191I
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A The n IT S. Glee clubs with Sunday.Mr.. and. Mrs H E. Thomas and I -


; u : ;.'ocietJl 1 1ll F.Mrs.H.A.Long E. Wall, accompanist, director, and will Mrs.givea and son ,.Mrs of Floyd Graham T. W.of ,Reynolds Jacksonville Mrs. Henry and,Shaw children 1.11'.1 EVANS' FOOD STORES r


concert, Friday evening, at 8:00:
-- '" and children of Lacrosse. Mr and )
'C.l1'OUN'S o'clock at the Bradford High Mrs. Delatha Starling and daughter "Stores All Over Florida"Cicarbrook

School. There will be no admls9 Selma, of Cooler Pond, and -.- .--------.---- -- -- .
Juno.\n.: nJ'TIS: : (Ho' TUB: \\ : MISSIONARY f.V-
'd HKCOXI DISTRICT t'. I>. ('. ION ANNUAL :MIITIN: : :on. but a silver offering will be Miss\ Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville Per ,
taken. all spent Sunday here with Lakeview BUTTER Pound In 53c I''.,

11x; ) : Brigade meeting of the second The Jacksonville dlvls'on! of tin, A delightful program as fol- their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cloverbloom QuartersCOFFEE
Thomas. .
Florida Baptist Wombnn'n Missionary --
Wedneeday Union will hold its annua; lows, has been arranged for thee Mrs.\ Bell Thomas and daughter Fancy

ing. Among those/ present were mooting: on April 9-10, with occasion: Anna Belle passed through here Grade Per 28c
several prominent state workers, First Baptist church of Lake City Part 1 Saturday afternoon. Pound
;Y namely: Mrs J. L. Medlin, President All delegates will be entertainedA A Winter's Carol ______ Steelta Mr\ J. H. Kelley and Mr. and BulkPOTATOES

: Florida Division, U. II.) C., meeting of the executive committee Marcheta ________ Schertzlnger Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son Clar-
Mrs. O G. Husband, corresponding Is scheduled for Monday, Junior! Girl's Glee Club ence, all passed through here Sun- / ancy

,t( i! i secretary and Mrs\ Marlon Dick- night, April 8. A feature of the.. Piano ________________ Selected day afternoon. Large 10 LBS. 2k 1
.+ son recording secretary. program Is the hour of sacred music Lois Adklns Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis were Firm

I: The president of the hostess on Tuesday night which will be Nobody Knows __________ Dal] attending to business in Starke -

kt' chapter Miss Amelia Ray, Introduced participated in by musicians fromall Mother Machree __________ Dalln. Saturday. S7'ANDAllD'NO.2 Del Monte Yellow Cling ,
Mrs.\ J. O. Cary, subchairman over the division which includes 11. S. Chorus Mrs. J. B. Thomas was shoppingIn

of the second division, who five associations: Beulah, Piano "On the Meadows" Lechner Starke Saturday.A Pcr &:
!'x ?c N presided over the business session Harmony, Jacksonville Santa Fo Lois Long ( large; crowd from here at- I Corn 12 2c Peaches 2k
talk I Waltz Caroline Moon tended the school closing at CanKELLOGG'S
'rr" a feature of which was a by and New River Saxaphone up Can "

r'# ; tbe state president, Mrs. Medlin. A complete program will appear Cleo Shepard Brooker Wednesday and Thursday ,: 0- .- --..-- I
The W T. Weeks Chapter entertained later. Piano ________._______ Selected nights. : f
r, 'u I the visitors at an ele- MRS. S. P. OETZJ N. Marjorie Slump Mr. L. L. Morgan of Drooker. I

gant luncheon at the Magnolia Newborry, Fla. Wyoming Lullaby ____ Williams was In our section one day this PER

0, E Cafe and the Carola Cafe. Div. Publicity Chairman. Teach Me\ to Pray __... __ Jewltt week. CORN FLAKES PKG. 7Jc c:1:
In the afternoon at two o'clock -- Junior Girls Glee Club Mr\ W. J. Johns of Starke spent
': 3ii the visitors were entertained by a \'. M.: H. ClltrjMO] :MICKT1M1S: ; Solo Mother--Calling Hale the first of tbs: week here with _

beautiful program of music and O It's April In Kllarney his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. GIBBS' PORK AND AMAZON BRAND
c readings, which follow: Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Hazel Underhill and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.VANDERBILT. H ti

' Duet (a) Entry of the Gladiators Missionary\ Society met Monday af- String Quartette, Popular Waltz Half il

? ,p f' j March; (b) Old Virginia ernoon at three-thirty in the library Melodies: Sunshine Hundley, Sara .......N..N. #.......... Beans Call o2c Cocoa 'POll1d lOc [

,,""uy >1t ? Dance by Misses Ethel Griffin of the Woman's Club building Hope Haynes, mandolin; John Jas I Box '
5'' ; and Florence Andrews Mrs. K. M. Hooks, circle Rooks, Mildred Hundley, guitars : r,
Ida :line Conner, tor. .
k Vocal Trio (a) White Butter leader, presided over the business Vocal Trio, Old Dlack Joe-Foster BLUE RIBBON li.i
fly (Denza.) (b) An Autumn Lullaby session, and Miss Amelia Kay was Neapolitan Nights ____ Jamecnek .N.N.......N.......i

(Ferries) by Mrs. D. E. !In charge of the lesson which was Nolan Canova. tenor; Paul Knight, Mr. Chas.. Williams and Mr 3 Pound
; Y Knight Mrs. James Plckerill and the fifth chapter of "Women and first bass, William Duncan, second Clevy Norman 'of Gainesville, MALT EXTRACT 57c U
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n'' J0 Miss Grlflln accompanied by Mrs the Kingdom.: Two new members bass. spent the week-end at the home of Can

A. Z. Adkins. were welcomed to the circle Piano _______________ Selected Mr. and Mrs.\ F. M. Norman. '
I Vocal Solo (a) The Same Old, namely: Mrs. J, P. Mack and ITunnle Canova Miss Ola Mae Alvarez was the RUM FORD 1 LB. CAN''I'I: .

t Dear Old Place. (b) Nocturne Mrs. Hogan Smith. Solo ________________ Selected guest of Mr. and Mrs R. C. Cone
(Curran-Mrs.) J, W. Andrews Mrs. Rooks, assisted by Mrs. A. Elizabeth Andrews of Starke Tuesday night RICE24c '
) + Jr., accompanied by Miss Florence Z. Adkins and Mrs F. L. Smith Bonnie Eloise 1 Mrs: R. C. Cone and son, Elton, Baking Powder 28c F

Andrews. served dainty sandwiches and fruit Dat Watermelllon on On Da Vine were visiting Mrs. J. C. ,Alvarez 9 'I'IJ.
"The Blue Bird" punch. Monday afternoon.
1" Reading Westendorf, Boys Glee Club.
Mrs. L. 0. Powell. Circle No. 1 will meet In May Saxaphone solo. Misses Mattie and Ellen Nor ---- ,

ti _. Vocal Solo' (a) Together; with 1111's.V.. H. Parks as hostess. Doll Dance ___________ Poldlnt man, Mary and Ola Mae Alvarez v err...
(b) Beloved-Mrs. James Picker- Attending this meeting were: Miss Nolan Canova attended the egg hunt at Misses
' ?1 ill, with Mrs. Ad kins aa accompanist Amelia Ray, Mesdames James Welcome Pretty P'lmrose, Edna( and Evelyn Strickland's Sun. Miss Alma Lee spent Sunday Mr!\ and !Mrs C. Newsome and lit- Laura Tucker of Hampton "njoj
J Plckerill. Hogan Smith. F. L. Pensute day afternoon. with Miss Hilda Sullivan. tle son all of Jacksonville, and ed an outing and boat rid ng oCr >

Tho local chapter sincerely Smith, J. F. Colley J.. S. Hutto. Girls Glee Club Mr. Joe Dobbs of Raiford, was Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Mann and Mr. and Mrs' !Maxwell Throwerand stal Lake Sunday afternoon

thanks all those who so' gracious- L. C. Prescott, T. J, CJrlffln. J. P. testing to Spring ______ Strauss visiting friends here Sunday. children of Pulatka, spent the little daughter Patr'ola: of St. Mr. Q, W. Hlnson, count ton
Mack, I:. M.\ Rooks and A Z. Ad II. II. S. Chorus Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Reddish week-end with her parents Mr. Augustine were guests of Mr. and missioner and Mr. II 1) Mat i

prok klns. --S- and family of Lawtey, attended I and Mrs\ G. W. lllnaon. Mrs J. J. Zelgler; and family Sunday member of school board ''II>t (the!
k committees for their services: Mrs R. A. Weeks was hostessto the union here Sunday. 1 and all enjoyed a picnic on district, 'were In Starke ing .
111.V. Lee and
Mr. and Mrs.
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) Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. O. L. circle number two, at her attractive Mr. Melvin Flitch of Lawtey : sons, Edward and Morgan Jr., and beautiful Crystal Lake. ness Monday\

Haynes, decorations: Mrs. A, Z. home where she entertained : ZIFFMiss : was visiting friends here Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Phillips, were in Mr. and !Mrs. C. Mouser and Misses Rhoda and Ruth Zcg: ':
Adklns and Mrs E. L. Biggs mug the following named circle Opal. Lewis Cor. Miss (Hazel Underhill attended Starke> Thursday of last week. children and her mother. Mrs. attended the Easter program t I
nlcal Mrs. L. A. Davis members: Mendanien A. W. Anderson church: hero Saturday night Maxwell, Mr and Mrs
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C. L.
; program; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan attended May. the Christian church In llampso:
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Anderson A. Davis, to learn that
: and Mrs. K. A. Weeks, receptionand 'NN e are very sorry the union meeting: at Wa- Miss Marlon Jones and Miss Anna Sunday night
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r grave, W. 1.! Middleton, Misses little daughter Dorothy of Jacksonville a serious accident last week! by and Mrs John Hall and chil- .tll4TGOaD"'I'OIJG
i, 1 (I. A.'s 1\1 EI''r: Struth, Able Coburn and Miss\ spent the first of this fulling; and breaking his leg. We dren of Starke were visiting her : :"
Minims, of Jacksonville. week here with Mr. and Mrs. J. W hope he will soon recover. Sundny. '
parents rR (:HAFHUPIONS
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The O. A.'s with Mrs. .\V. J. Ep- Mrs A. Wood was In charge of lewis. Mr.' and Mrs. L. L. Conner and Mr.\ and Mrs. W. T. Wallace

'1 } person;' leader: held\ their circle the study for the afternoon being Elder: and Mrs. J. H. Kelley and daughters; Roberta, Ida Mae and were shopping in Starke Monday GOOD ENQUGSfl' EON? M 11:(

.meeting Monday afternoon at assisted by other members of daughters, and son Clyde attended Edith, were,Chopping In Jackson- Mr.' and Mrs A. L, Sullivan were
a 3:45: o'clock with Louise Hayes. tho circle in discussing a chapter church at Union Saturday. ville Wednesday I b'i .fne3 visitors to Starke Mon That'swhat a customer said
,f'' A short program was rendered from "Women and the Kingdom." Mrs Frank Hines and sons, and Mrs. W. C. Rivers and children, ,day. when he bought a whole set of
K% by Thelma Sllcox Martha Brown- Circle number will meet In May Miss Blanche Starling were visiting of Jackson villa are visiting her Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Thomas and

lee Daisy Tompkins Frances with Mrs. L.. A. Davis as hostess friends in our section Sunday.Mr. parent, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Den- sons, Woodrow and Olen, Mr. and

Hemingway and Mildred Orlffls. CLUB StVO1,1N'S TO 1JIoJo"rThe : : Pervia Lewis of Jacksonville mark. Mrs. L. J. Moon\[ and little son,
Y'' Plans were made for a picnic to spent Sunday here with his Donald Mr. and Mrs. B. Yarns, Yj1ftfe c

be given at Klngsley lake Saturday members of the StarkeWoman's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. ........................
afternoon also for a a play to bed Mr. R. n. Thomas was attended .
Club will hold their ,
regular *
given In the near future to business In Starke Satur- TIIERESSA
A towel shower for the White meeting at the clubhouse day afternoon.Mrs. Miss! Ittiotla Zeiglcr, Cor. Standard Oil Co. GUM-DIPPED\ Tires. These tires hold all world
April 10th, at 3 o'clock. At this
i'' Cross work in a hospital In China Blrt Stokes and daughters; A endurance, speed and safety.
meeting the past presidents are to her 0....................... 30,000 miles In 26,326 minutes! 207.3 miles
was given at this lime. were visiting parents, Mr Station per
1 L"; i Mrs. E. W. Hayes assisted by be honored. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal Sunday. Mrs.\ M. A Hall and grandaugh- Filling hour I From coast to coast in 77 hours 40 minutes

Miss Emma Strickland served anY Every club member Is Invited to Mr. R. L. Thomas of Starke, fer, Helta Gnann of Grandin have CoriH-r MuillNoii & Walnut And hundreds morel! They lead on race
ice course to the following mem- attend and, hear the interesting re- spent Sunday here with his cousin been visiting Mr. and irs. 0. W tracks and on the open road. Come in and let us!
; bars present: ports from the beginning of our Johnnie Lewis. H'nBon and family.IHl. show you why Gum-Dipping makes Firestone
YOUNG
H II. Mgr
club, and to shake hands with our Tires
the
', Mary Brownlee Martha Brown Mr. and Mrs J. B. Thomas and leaders. '"" \ J I
+ past executives, who have steered /
r0 lee, Connie McGaulpy, Theo Mc- Mr. and Mrs. R. fl. Thomas and Standard Gasoline and Oils
the ship of the StarkeVomall'l!
_ Gauley Frances Hemingway, Mildred daughter, Hazel, all attended the 11. H. CAKUOLL t'olJdtil00.1'! Huslm-Hx -- ", /
Club to where It now stands. J. W. Andrews
a Grlins, Melba Silcox Thelma funeral of Mr. Rob Shaw Satur- Dentist Jr. :: ::=
The Junior members cordially
are ::
r f 8lcox! Fannie Silcox, Eunice Ca. Over Corpening's Drug Store KKKYICK: and S.TIJoW.CTIOXSaY"i :\
day.Mrs.
Invited to tbls meeting. ff
nova and Daisy Tompkins. W. M Hodges and Mrs.\ Phone .13Ofllco : Starke, Florida
?. Hostesses: Mesdames Freeman: Carroll Adklnuon and daughter Hours: O to 5. Lhten InWHEN
r Register, Joe Saul. F. F." Stump, I
MUH. i\Vlt 13' C'ANOVAMrs. ; Joyce and Mrs.\ Melvin McKinney Jlmul" Nillolo .
'John Uglow, W. N. Sterns, N. D. T
ENTI:nT.UXS Wainwright Misses Carrie. Uglow and daughter. Margaret; were vis : t !-..._.___,________-______.--+

: Paul E. Canova was the and Mabel Weller. -_ -..._4 -.-- I with Flowers I
ti
hostess at a delightful bridge I\ICTTIVI: : : HOARD MKUTH Flowers For All I
,; I party Wednesday afternoon at her I

+ borne. The executive hoad of the Starke Occasions I
tar, ; Sweet peas Intermingled with Woman's Club met Tuesday mornIng -
fern were effectively used In the at 10 o'clock at the club $10 Reward I
living room where the guests louse. Gertrude Godbey !

spent a pleasant afternoon.At Mr. Newklrk, who Is a grad- Anderson I
the close of games Mrs II. uate of a health school of Chi- Ii II i
C. Wall holder of high score wall
will II
cago, give free lectures on '
presented a shoulder bouquet health Thursday Friday Saturday Phone St Waldo, Fla. I
.
while Mrs. J. A. Saul was consoled "
", Monday and Tuesday evenings II. I
with a set of slipper trees. at 8 o'clock at the clubhouse I
Mrs. Canova served a tempting The health departmentasks .
naiad course with Ice tea to the for information leading to the arrest I
that everyone that can go, ,
/ Mrs. L. F.
following players: I
to please do so. The Sheldon'sDancing I.
slip Mrs.\ H. C. Mrs H.
Smith Wall.
School of Jacksonville, and conviction of !
V. Knight, Mrs. II. C. flitch Mrs. any person or per-
will put on a program April 12th. I
i; (+ y I J. A. Saul, Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Other announcements concerning .. .. I Ii
and Mrs D. A. Montieth. selling and delivering merchandise i
same will appear later.STrn sons -

( DRIAI'1] CLUB: MEETS: ,
":.\ : KttU: HUNT

't Radiance roses and colorful The Easter-egg hunt at St. without a license. \ SHIPS COME IN !

sweet peas in vases and bowls Mark's Episcopal church Thurs-
r were prettily arranged In the I ,
day afternoon was In charge of
home of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Robinson I I
ills* Sarah Malpas. Sunday schoolteacher Ii
when they entertained their who was assisted by Mrs. II I I i

ti' card club Saturday night at their C. F. Hoover. Rhodes 'What i
Ralph received -
borne on Madison street. I person does not look for :
I a prize for finding the golden HOUSEHOLDHARDWARE
; Salted nuts wore served the
on Report immediately toSHERIFF'S the
egg while Junior Kruse and day of
x, C tables during the play, and after Ida Lulu Davis tied at finding plentYlhat'day when I

4' several lively progressions, scores he most eggs. Raster dainties OFFICEOr his ship comes in?
I were totaled and prizes were :
(
were served as refreshments to I
,..ti, awarded the winners of high who Any Merchant.
l lie little folks. Those attendingwere We
I carry everything In
were Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demo- The
: Doris Kruse Ruth Wyman, the line of high grade Hard- landing day of your ship :
rest.The Ida Lulu Davis Marjorie Davis, ware. depends
hostess served banana on how
Margaret Ann Malpas, Taylor constantly and I
Our stock la
fluff to the guests most com-
Those playing were: Mr and Belcher, Ralph Rhodes and JunIor plete and will meet your sensibly you save-wasted Iwill I

Mrs. 1(. C, Wall. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kruse.JRI "IIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIII..II.I..."'"" .. ,nIWNMWnIWMWMWInYW11WIlYNWtlaINWnYYWInWMNaanIWYYIYnWYnMnYaW. .... YYNYWIr most urgent requirements. money I

F. Demorest Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ft"S-C.\UUOII--S to: HAROLD C 'VALLINSURANCE Thousands of Items are sink your ship. !j

) Knight. here awaiting your selectionat jI
t '- L\W.n Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Grlffls an- prices that will more than I II
nounce the engagement, and ap- please you.Household. I

Mrs. Allie -Rallsback Law,, announces proaching marriage of their Hanlwan of every Bradford

the engagement of her bert daughter Frank, Mamie Carrodlne.The Pearle. to l1emi I i STARKE FLORIDA d4'HriptloD.DeJVITT'C. County Bank I

: daughter, Doris, to Frank Alex-
wedding will be an event of Represents the Beat Lewllng Insurance Companies I
Bradford
ander Oren, of Winter Haven The JONES County's Financial
marriage; will take place early in May. 1 FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE. AUTOMOBILE. BOND. LIABILITY Stronghold i

)' the summer.-New Smyrna Dally: Melbourne Cinephone equipment ADJUSTMENTS: JUDE PROMPTLY HARDWARE STARKE, FLA. :

News.; Installed at local theatre. .I -_... ...._....._........__;1. &.--.-._ '-=r..b- _an..n.rerrscrnw I

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APRIL, 1029!
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It) nRAI__>FORD_ COUNTY TKi.KfjRArn.. ST.IRRE,1rLORID.' IACIK< 1.'n'lII a
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1 tirsrsrsasa57 I Mrs. Donald Boner of Richmond Light weight light colors and I "
ENT T A % G I
WORD G i' Va., left Friday for Ral ood Quality material make. up oui ; II.I

: ford after a visit with Mrs. N. S. line of summer pants for men J I.

COLUMN I Bits oj Ritch. t. Alvarez the Dependable Store t


SOLICITED-Fancy andplain ,
\/INO satisfaction guaranteed, I 'I." Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs J. C !Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and two ;

Mrs i P. B. Hunt, Hampton, Fla111tt, Lc41Concerning 'lr 4 je'.r{( Hoover and Mrs. J. A. Saul motored daughters Juanita and Sara Apopka will ''
In
J.. I to Gainesville Thursday for the trend the weekend I .
__ day. with Mrs. Barefoot's brother L. F. .

OR SALE--1927 Chrysler sedan, Our People, Business and I Surrency. .
-
splendid mechanical condition, Mr. and Mrs J. C. Rampleyof BROS.'sPEClAL: 5 for ;

good paint and tires; a real buy. Progress of the County and Town.52S'Su'vi Sebring arrived Monday for a HOOVER 1.50. Only a short time 10ngE'r.Come It '

1927! :! Pontiac landau deluxe so visit with Mrs. Rampley's mother NOW. The greatest bargain .1.1l' I

dan looks and runs good. 1924 Mrs. S. F. llamrlck. : (
0 Buick sedan for -s o: ; ;? ;? :;;>I:;;>I:;;>I:;;>II __ n photos you have ever heard of. I- ,
standard --------------.0 '
only $150. 1927 Dodge sedan, Mi. and Mrs W. Wainwright Mrs. T. J. Alderman and :Mrs Mrs S. T. Dell and 1 Mra. A. V 4521.Large MALT EXTRACT I' ;;!

leather upholstering, almost new were In Jacksonville Tuesday. S. L. Peek spent the day in Jack Long of Gainesville, attended the class will take the degree II .I Ir

tires! Ford only tudor run 15,000 sedan. miles 1tonGraham sonville Thursday. "- U. I). C. District meeting Wednes In the Wooilpien Circle: Tuesday BLUE RIBBON I'[. t t1'I": I"
11128
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Now ; week day. Is ,.II'
Millinery Everybody
every utSternbcTK's. night. April 9th.
(Dodge) truck, extra _---L

good tires and completely over- \h'u's; tttraw", tints from 91.23: u\ For service and, looks, the new urged tu attend this meeting/ and as' 3 Pound Can. 69c ::I"'rt
It will be of great; Importance
, hauled mechanically, new bat ut Sternbcrg's! serge suits offered by J. M. Alvarez I

tev, Just the thing for berry Mr.:: Hob Gray of Gainesville, cannot be excelled.Mr. : very interesting. ,

hauling. Phone 142, Gainesville, was a visitor to Starke Monday Mr. and Mm L. Wyman and. i
tot full I information* Will be Ruth Wyman spent Thursday in C. C. Frank spent Tuesday Mrs. N. L. Ford and children.Dorthy l' l <

glad; to demonstrate any of these Wall for HitItt'uill. One (k' 'lIt Jacksonville.Mr. evening! in Jacksonville with his Jean and Norma returned POTATOES t

.1\1',\ Brooklng-Tjirnipsoed, Inc.,, Suit- wife and little son Mrs. Frank ) to their home In Green rove r

.. University, Gainesville! Springs/ Friday" after' several days
> \ W and !Mrs W. G. Halle! visited Is recuperating: from Illness at the
222tt.'nronnY visit with Mr. 011<1Irs.! C. W NEW RED BLISS "
PU Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Demo- friends Jacksonville Thurs home of her parents. ,iDl

rest spent Monday in Jacksonville day. Ford. :t' .


;,. ,tuple rt : of small FARMS farms- I near own Big bargain. 50c printed dimities \hk fur n circular of lie Itf'\nll: Powell Mra. and It. E.Emmett:Gahagan and and l Jesse cons, The Dependable Store Is In headquarters the- 3 Pounds! r r r 25c r r4i;<;t

";in 'He convenient to roads 25c at Stump's Dept Store. Ouc' <( -iioola, churches, etc. Ideal] latest offerings. J. M Alvarez.Mrs.
a the week-end with Mrs. Oahagan'srathE'1' 1
truck- ----
mi, urawberrl pecans Mr. and Mrs J. L. Plckerill Mr. L. C. Powell I :
etc. Would sell J. C. Robinson and children. VEGETABLES J.
,
,im poultry spent Thursday In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ford and

n. jsonably and on terms, as my (children Harold and !Myrtice Mr. -and Mrs. Dale Vtmslckel- of Lester Price, Eldrlge: and

time is otherwise taken. E. 'V."a'es Every day is bargain day atStump's spent Sunday In Jacksonville. Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. R. L Vera Claire Mrs. E. M.Miss Johns Annie and Celery 12 l-2c bunch Lettuce 12 l-2c ca. : +,' ..
(tax assessor) Starke, laughter.; Gloria, and .
Dept Store. Epperson, and son. of Jackson-
li-la. 3-15-tf. All klmN of new spring j drew, ville, spent the week-end with Mae Peurce afternoon.motored to Gainesville Tomatoes We lb. Cabbage 5c ea. ", .;

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul visited gtasis. nt.tN'nb.'I'C'M.! !Mr. and Mrs. W. J. J. pper80n.1IIrs. Monday
FOR SALE 40 acres, $15.00per relatives] in Jacksonville Sunday. Peppers 2 l-2c ea. heels We bunch
acre. About one mile: north', Mr. Wyman left, Sunday for !Mrs. W. A. Sterns, Mrs. George; : w '
Sinah Kimball, Mrs Moore, 1tt,
Fla. W. 15. Kuhl H. Lowry and mother, Mrs. AI- i \ I
of Starke, New Orleans where he will spend
\\"nt'hlltdu'II'; $ \Vlii Colorado] ,
Leesburg, Fla. 3-29-41 the next three weeks. verna Dean of Oreeley.] ;
"'('I'k. Raymond attended the Fifth Sun-

day meeting at the Wateroak Baptist Miss Lucille!Mlsa Mitchell Beatrice, Mlis! Bullet Hazel M C STORE Starke ?:'
ISTAUKK PIANO BARGAINS White and
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis motor Width ;Mltrlirll'HVliulow) nextwetk : church Saturday. -
for cash-I'lano stored with us motored to St. Augustine Tuesdayfor *
ed to Jacksonville Tuesday to see

by music teacher. Perfect con- :Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. Tatum. Mr. and Mrs. R, L. McDowelland the day. 1
..
dition. $85 cash. 2 on easy pay- Mr. and !Mrs. I'verettfIner: and, children, John, Julian and -- 11.1 __ ;f: \ 0,

-Kranlch & Bach piano! daughter Pauline of New Smyrna Mrs. J. M, Tlrowtilpe gave her ... : ,
ments- Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Harriet of Jacksonville, spent Jiigirls u'or! ". EI:IIIUI ";HJ "'1r'J.: '..
bench and scarf, $145, at $7 visited relatives In Starke Sunday. Sunday] school class, the
( :Mrs. E. L. Biggs( were in Jacksonville ]Easter with Mrs. McDowell's parents church, an - _
Cable piano like of the Baptist
monthly. Tuesday. !Mr. and Mra. John Uglow.
,
new with duet bench, $245. Big/ bargain 25r( and 35c Turk- 1 lifter egg/: hunt, Saturday afternoon and Mrs Pule Vansickel of (111II1"R.( Fernandez. will bo lender. C CA

Other bargains: including Cable Our !Dollar hale< Mile, do sat is.fy. ish towels, 15c at Stump's Depl. Walter McDonald Jr., and, Paul at Ktngsley! ]lake. The young vllle, visited friends. In Jacksonville cordial Invitation to all our

player piano. See them at Millers Xat Sti-rnlHTR. Store. Knight spent the week-end in people spent a pleasant time In Sunday! ,] services extended to all. C

Music Shoppe, Cable Piano Jacksonville guests of the former's swimming hunting eggs anti playIng __ n Tho Woman's Auxiliary of the )

presentatlvcs, Gainesville, 32li Mrs. Walter Williams of New games. Presbyterian church will meet at v ei
n State's Attorney 11. V. Knlsht; parents Mr. and 1lrs.V.. W. Mc riti.siiviim: ;
!I 4t*, i was a professional visitor In :Slac- York arrived Tuesday for a visit: Donald. ,. Iho manse Tuesday evening, April
circles'] of BAlltistYomen's
with "E'laUveR.MI811 The three
9th at 7:30 o'clockIn.! Eva
:
lenny and Jacksonville Tuesday Missionary Hoi let 1', will ( Rev. tjpo. II, Lowry, minister.)
\
:\oTtcN We have near Starke Tomato, sweet poppers and 1 \Fernandez will illHcuml. the home i
Lolselle Turner of Cedar meet together Monday afternoon 10 a, in. Sunday school 1. M.
and
n oeaiitlful mahogany piano : Peanut chufa and velvet bean Porto Rico potato plants. Place mission topic, "The Negro In k
,iuet bench almost] new and seed. J. F, Klckliter. Key, spent the week-end In Starke i your orders with me. J. K. Kick-] tt 3:30: o'clock] at the home of Truby, supt. American' Life" and Mrs. J,
it.t
avoid with relatives. Mrs. C. A. Knight.!/; Mrs. A. M. 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon Jt
i u-Uy' paid for. To shipping I.tei.: Skinner of !Penney )Farms, the

expense we want reliable Mrs W. A. Sterns and Mss: ------ .. Darby will have charge of the pro- by the pastor. sign mission: topic, "Africa." Thin Ip. .
!Mrs J. C. Adkins and Mrs. Zack gram for the afternoon.Mr. 7 p. m. Clirlntlnir )Enilenvor.] "
this and Is the tlrst ot the
pirtv to get piano Beatrice( sullen .spent. Monday in Miss Alicia Snyder of Keedya- meeting new
of Gainesville, visitors Topic "Using; the Bible DA n Dally: '
Douglas; were P :
--ml us tho remaining payments Jacksoiivlllu vllle, Md., ]left Monday for her church year, and every woman
Mrs. II. C. Richard moored Guide. Leader C. N. .
in Starke Thursday afternoon. and Christy 1
,110 monthly. For complete home, after a visit with Mrs. H. win la either member or friend of
iniormatlou write. Cable I'lano IIoov- to Starko this morning 8 p. m Evening; worship, sermon the church la Invited to be -
Only a short time longer. M. Snyder. Miss' Snyder was ao- present
Iall One Walt for the they song.
i -I 87 North Broad, Atlanta. 3r Bros. Special Portrait 5 for (,omplIlI!<',,1 by Mrs. Elizabeth fir
LakeWales, and Mounaln -
3.29.4t'FOB proceed to Prayer meeting Wednesday at -
Ca $1.50. Do not miss this. Snyder.Mr. .
I Lake for a week-end stay.ulatka .- 8 o'clock Miami and l south Florida included j (,

M'ess 8na and Carr'e' Hutto Dally News, Friday. The Woman's Auxiliary will In $5,600,000) merger of dairy { t
SALE One mule. Has good Col. and Mrs. I). K. Knight; and and Mrs. B. J. lUlllnger ot
spent the week-end in Oxford and meet nt I the manna Tuesday evening Interest Into firm operating an
"I"B.) good feet and good, wind; :Mrs. II. V. Knight spent Thursday Tampa, and Mrs. Clara] Bowker of
work' Wild wood, the guests of busses Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. April I 9), ut 8 o'clock, Mrs.' Foremost Dairy Products Inr ,
Guaranteed, to anywhere; In Jacksonville.Big I' Watertown. N. J., ;arrived Wednesday Oi (s;'
Tthel and Annie Lou Alnobrook. _...._.. .
w ght about 1000 lbs $85.00 ----- for a visit: with' M I'tl. T. S.fewke m m -- 4, l2

Misli See Nat Williams, depot. / bargain, 65o princess slip j i I Ir ,
I I 1'h1': '" K:,'t'rnear hose nt
I
3-29-21 material: 25c per yd. at Stlimll'lIDept. ,
I
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Nle'ruts'rg'e! ciiri't II l beat.
Ptore.Mr. Ark. for it rlrc-uliir\ or tlu, Resell

I Fort SALE Fine Tennessee One Cent Kjilf lit !Mlt<'l lir.. next j Hardsitu
t t'r
Mr. and lIrK.V.. T. Shiver spent
grown Missionary strawberry and Mrs. K. A. Whiting of M'l'<('k.
the week-end In Jennings with
plants, $3.50 F. O. B. Boyce Tampa, were business: visitor In
:Mr. Shiver's parents, Mr. and !Mrs I
T'mn. Set now, make' fine run Starke Tuesday Mr. and Mrs IfI... Bishop returned ,
John B. Shiver I
tiers for fall setting Marglobe from Claxton, Ca.: Saturday + !
I '
Livingston( Globe Tomato plants Big bargain. 25u Muck towels Big bargain/ 50c novelty rayona, where they were failed on account y a{
:* ;i 50 1,000 prepalred. S. M.'aines lOc each Stump's Dept. Store. of the death of Mr.' W. S. ','
special sale, 25c, Stump Dept
< & Sons, Florahome, Fla. .---- Freeman.
Store.
Putnam county. 3-29-3t Dr R. S. Carleton of Montlrelo "

was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Mra. It. P. McLurln and Mr. J. I it
| \'. "ANTED' Settled woman for !Mr. Byron Campbell of the. University I
J. C. Hoover Tuesday. S. McLarln left'Tuesday/ for their ,
II
of Florida the guest ,1
was Il
hUlls! work. Must live on premises. home In Fairburn, Ga., after sev- I r
and Mrs. C. A. Knight
Mr.
Write Box 244, Starke When yon I think of .MIIMV s Ililnkif I of eral weeks visit with Dr. and Mrs.O. "

Fla 3-29-2t.. Stl"'nh""J'H.Ir. Monday. L. Haynes.

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| FOR Island] Hed --- Another big lU-xall Olio ('(.nt
SALE-Rhode W. W. Agin of The greatest burga'n! of the sea ,
and Mrs. ;
,
*-s for setting, 75c for 15. week-end with Sale .MIU'lwIlN; ,. next week.Mrs. son. HOOVER BROS. SPECIAL
the j.t1
spent *
Pure stock. Mrs. Geo. A. Oardiner. Tampa PORTRAIT. Five handsome fold] I
:Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register.notluT S* J
W. P. Ranndall and little
Starke. 3-29-4t- i er photos for $1.1>0, Come now or I
son of Tampa are visiting at the' will miss It. 4- -2t.
Recall! One (ViitSulc you
| FOR SALE-Fordson tractor disc .\ MK week.Mrs. home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. //1 tt
atlItl'll'lI'H: in-xt ,.
harrow and plow; 1 ton Ford M. Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Robert and .. ,

truck stake body. All a good and Mrs son, Alton* of Hustings, will spend : v ,
buy 2 miles north of Starke.. J. E.: CorpenIng Tuesday In Mrs. A. I II. Williamson of Bra- the week-end with Mr. Hoberts'pluoents I, *

Biscayne Filing: Station. H. B. E. M. Johns spent denton. was the guest of Mr. and Judge and Mrs. (I. A.

Purvis. 4-2-21 Jacksonville. Mrs. II. A. Bishop Thursday and Gardiner. ,, t
r'" r
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Friday.
Wanted hens. Pay cash. J. F.
|TO RENT SALE in the
OR FOR ,--------"-'
Klckliter. window scrim for the
city of limits of Starke, a very Pretty *

good farm with fifty pecan trees ---Swindell, Is spending lake cottage, lOc yd at Stump's if
Hanah

three In full thousand bearing. pounds Last crop of nuts.over Miss several. days In Stuart with i. Dept. Store. I This New\ GOODYEAR I II ;,

relatives.Mr. .
Nice seven-room house with Mr. and Mrs. B W. Mills and

ample porch all around, barn, will spend daughter. Elizabeth of Jacksonville .
O. Ray
Laurie I Iiu tl I-
spent Easter with Mr. and J 4
.
chicken house etc. Very cheap.L week-end in Reddick with his
the I
Mrs. F. F. Flume.
:.. Torruella. Starke. 4-5-tf. Barents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray. I 1 (

1 FOR SALE -ElectrIc sewing machine Mr. and ivlrs.C J. 11.folt! of Sating jour pennle.t? A litft one a How would you like to have a tire that couldn't be

1 motor, $10. See at this of- were visitors( to Starke rent Male at 3iltclu 11's next w..k.

fice. 4.5.2tPIANOS Brooker Tuesday., !Mr. and Mrs. (I. M. Slatrunk and licked ? Drive it hard---give it the bad news---run ;IP IPit


Mamie Mesdames Ward I.of W.Brooker Plnholoter!were and rls- Joe Futch Slstrunk and ,family Mr. and, motored Mr. C. A.to I I anywhere short of a nail plant or a glass works. i


tors( to Starke Saturday. JackHonrllle Monday afternoon. We do dry cleaning of all h


ru Clarke O -one Wo have Upright In sty Piano>rago mar and SaviwTjour pennies. next.* big week.! one Miss for Laura her home Newell InVest left Wednesday Palm Kinds I Easy! Don't crowd. We've got plenty for you.

Mitchell'; *
one Player I'lano of our own eat sate Beach after spending several day.

manufacture, which wo will sell with Miss Sarah Hope Haynes. Pressing
Eloise Jones of Gaines The new improved Goodyear Heavy Cord
at riilurc4l] prices' rather than Miss afternoon In Duty ;.

stand the of returning ville. spent Saturday of straw Altering
expense Another lot new received

to Cincinnati. Send, full Information Starke. at the Dependable Store. J. Dyeing for passenger cars. Made with extra plies of SU"I j r,

to: IUIII fltllnl"h'M'H ll. Alvarez.Mr. :

Nome ___ ___________ Why wear fitting/ PERT\VIST---extra elastic and extra j
.t'llllVHH' -__ ___ "hpn fOIl tan get .good; and Mr. Perse Gaskln. Pleating strong--- 41

Hty .boon at Strrnberg's.Miss and children of Jacksonville, were 0 1 i
Let blankets : armored with circumferential sidewall '+
The Baldwin rhino Company, Harder of New visiting friends in Starke Sunday us prepare your ribs---po\V-
Cuemlla and quilts to away for
t I t'a: West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. with afternoon. pay
Ohio. Manufacturer York U spending a while the summer. Satisfaction n Bred with the famous All-Weather Tread. .*); f

Piece :Mrs.\ W. :M. Monden. guaranteed. Give us a trial
184(3.(: 1)1(1 you nee tin advertisement i

7e"turned of the Ilevall One (Vnt Hate"" ?
PHONE 131
5aples $90,841 contracts Mr. Frank Carpenter several Costs what ? Let the
to Starke Friday after i us give you good ne\vsI! i
'warded of Tami1 Carolina. Mr. Geo. A. Marcotte and ,
for completion tu North
month spent Miss Lena of Orange
daughter. i
1 Trail link In Collier county; Modern DryCleaners
In Starke with
Balsden. Miss Rosa Park spent Sunday i
road Lee Addle
extends from here to Miss Balsden spent the Marcotte family.
Paul
and
county line.Brewster. Baisden

Construction o f the week-end in Hastings. Mr. and Mra. ,JL. M. Darby .pent I RITCH'S SERVICE STATION Y

Cocoa Cola Bottling works here the atlvertlsemeat, Easter In Gainesville with their

progressing Did you see son-in-law and ,daughter Mr. and
rapidly.Palatka Out Sale? Geo. B. Flynn OwnerJ.
One
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Company of the l ** \Mr. DeWItt C. Jones.
-Wilson Cypress STARKE FLORIDA
wm rebuild huge plant re- Scott and S. Womble, Manager
TnTMr.;: W. A.
"nllY' destroyed by fire. !Mr. of See the new line of ties at J. U. I

Bartow tin. S. C. Carnell were gne.U the Dependable Store. .-- 6
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: :: --. _--:;:. -_ .= --- ..-'-"............-_-...,.-- IlEl'OIlTH (HIIOVV THAT the last fall and tour :::-0.
1i ;: ........................ Mr. Baker who represents a of the<, ;farm5;;

IIOMK: "GI NTH KKPT .: Atlantic Grocery Co.. of Palatka where these crops are 110W

p t How to BUSY IL'IUN I03: 'I :, HAMPTON : was a business visitor here last Ing is being planned. 'Kril*'
Farmers & rsporR
A Farming I .. ttlmm Ada Nlniiuit, Cor. .. Monday.Rev. County Agent T. D, Rll'kfnbaker! \

A RaisePoultry Tallahassee That home demonstration .................++.. Clarke of Waldo, pastor of of Bradford county.

.j 4 agents of the East the Methodist church, will fill his I
Fifty friends and relatives of
_ (Agricultural Editor) Coast district: of the state surpass: regular appointment here next NEW PASSEXGICR SCnEll1.ts

__ _. ed even their own goals for the Mrs. Josephine Andrews of Starke,
1 = Sunday. Beginning
--<- ---- --- --- = -- By Dr. L. D. LcGcar, V. S. Sunday, Dec
St. Louis, Mo. year 1928 is shown In a recent report but formerly of Hampton cele- SVe'vis Seaboard Railway bOth,
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles All Met Them schedules,, tor
T>..LeOcar ll a N..JulI',nflhr Ontario. of Miss Mary Keown district brated Easter Sunday with an egg Starke were posted as fololvm
1 of Farm and Methods Found Veterinary College.\ IW:. Tlilrlylxyear agent. of
Experiences A met an acquaintance
.nf veterinary. p,,, lira. on diieaaeaof hunting on the lawn at the homeof negro Southbound
: $ To Be Best Suited to Our Country I live ........ ami poultry. Limnenrauthority At the beginning; of each year's I Mrs. Andrews' daughter, Mrs. his. also colored, on the street one No. 1-(Local) 10:07: p. m
on p..uirRnJ iio.J. ,
L Nationally. 'knnwn poultry' breeder.rutting.: work the agents are asked to pre C'assel Strickland of Starke.E. day and was surprised to see that No. 11-(Local) 11:48: a. m.

=:..=-- .:...__:: -' y- =-..- Notadauthorand'lecturer. pare an outline of the work they J. King and daughter attended his friend had on a new suit new No. 3-(Limited) 9:44: a. m.
expect to accomplish during the and other evidencesof No. 107-(Limited
the Sunday school conventionof hat new shoes ) 1:19D:
: Article XV year. and when the year's work Is No. 191-(Limited ?'
E4 SPECIALISTS GIVE SUGGESTIONS the Santa Fe Association which prosperity. ) 1j:3lp: .
,,\ HIIOKT CUT TO over they submit annual reports.In convened at Melrose last Saturdayand "Hey boy," he said "how come Northbound ,

LONGER: PROFITS checking! over these reports Sunday.Mr. you dressed up this way? Is you No. 2-Local( ) 4:41: a. m

FORAPRILFARMWORKGainesville Miss Keown found that the agentsIn A. Ham and family\ visited got a Job?" No. 12-Local( ) 3:50: p. m.

Trnl"Sf'/jtln nIHI'Ity'l'8 O U O H S her district had exceeded their friends in Stark best Sunday. "I'se got somethln' bettern' any No. 4-(Limited) 8:57 p. m.

:; \Vwrk In Favor of e.'I'hllnty for' own expectations for the past year. Kev. F. M. Taylor attended the i Job' replied the other. "I'se got a No. 108-(Limited) 5:40: P.III.

W -- Hi-l -<.tlnjf the' U<- lIy 1'rofltublp( In the matter of enrollment, 3.- Baptist Sunday school union of profession.wnat\ No. 192-(Limited) arrivl.

I Fla Following! McinlK-rs of Poultry Fl H'k. 018 girls and 2,399 women took ..--.. ..... I here at 6:31 '
1"\It\nns: : CAN HKt'UKHriOIHCUAK : a (tile New River Association at Wa- IS iti' : a. m., stops only r f0,
x are suggestions for farm and part in the work last year. In each the of letting
1 : LOANS NOW teroak last Sunday. "I'se an orator. purpose off passengers I'
q grove work In April prepared by I'Olt ItKHAHIMTATION You think you have ellm'nated --use:: the number was larger than Mrs Josephine Sullivan spent "What's a orator( ?" from the East Coast.

specialists at I the Florida College the heavy eating, light-laying .bat estimated by the agents at the the week-end with Mrs. Jerry "Don't you know?" exclaimedthe Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, (Orange Bloj. I

::. :. of Agriculture. Agricultural Extonslou beginning of the year. Home dem- Moore in eoms limited trains) do ,
: Gainesville FJa.Florida farm- drones from your flock but are i of Starke.Mr. resplendent one surprise not stop
.' 1-fivislou\ and Experiment ers who desire to obtain seed feed, ristratlon club work with girls and Mrs. J. I. Tucker haveas Well I'll tell you what a orator .'n Starke.
.. you sure you have got them all?
carried in 181 communities
.. Station. and fertilizer!! loans from the fed- If was on their guests this week their is. If you was to walk up to a' \Vunnrc BranchNo.
n"lr'hll-Ir coWs have good eral you. are a good Judge; of the during the year which was more ask him how 101-Leaves Starke 9
Q1 government should get in signs which Indicate! ion, Mr. Tucker of Macon Ga. ordinary nigger and B m.

: :j.1 pasture reduce amount of grain touch with their county agents, the !chances are you poor have layers elimi- than the goal set. Club work with Mrs. D. W. Moore, of Thereusa, much was two and two, he'd say No. 102-Arrives Starke 4.iOp.

feed. Plant silage and hay crops. who will help them in making the nated the worst drones. In women was carried on in 56 communities spent last Sunday with her moth 'four', but If you was to ask one m.

Hogs-!' -Provide warm dry pens, applications according to an announcement all .in the district and this ii'', Mrs. David Jones. of us orators how much was two Illue Bus Lines

f for farrowing sows and feed well by A. P. Spencer vicedirector still likelihood a number however of hens, there left whichare are number would have been larger I The Hampton public school closd and two, we'd say 'When In decou'se Northbound-5:10: a.m., 8Ej:

3! with slops shorts tankage bran. I I of the Agricultural Extension except for the consolidation of several here last Thursday evening of human evecls It becomes a. m., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:68:
on the border line or Just below
: .. ground oats. corn etc. 011 posts : Division.! T. Weed Harvey it either clubs, Miss.Keown: states. with a beautiful program rendered necessary to take de numeral of p. m.
they
; consume as
:. where shoaU rub to kill! lice on 'of the United States Departmentof much Jn food as they pay back in PUOTKCT: YOUR- p lUlU ALIJKH; by the pupils and very Interesting de secon' denomination and add it Southbound-9:37: a, m., 12:07:

& h? shoats. Provide shade and freshwater Agriculture who Is in chargeof eggs or Just a little bit more. In talks given by Prof. Dowlng !- to de flgger two, I says unto you m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 105;

r for summer and plenty of the loans in the Southeastern either case they are unprofitableto Does the "chirp chirp chirp, ;. principal of Starke high and I says it without fear of successful p. m.,

salt at all times. states has just been in conferencewith keep but hard to discover when tweet tweet, tweet" of birds, school and Supt. A. J. Oriffls of contradiction, dat de result -

Poultry. Chicks hatched this Mr. Spencer and plans for ordinary methods of culling are sound good to you? Probably it Starke. The subject under discussion will inval'bly be four' Dat's Madison Local creamery plant

: ; month will be about ready for the making the loans in Florida were employed.Now would if you were more fully was a new school build a orator." purchased by new corporation

y Egg Laying Contest in November. perfected.The these "border line" fowls aware of the economic value of ing and an accredited school for 5- known as Dixie Creamery, Inc

71 Be sure the chicks receive a balanced Act of Congress which I require just as much care and these little friends. Insects and Hampton and how same could be Representatives of the various Sites inspected for location otBarlow's
clean land made $0.000,000 available for acquired. 1(. D. of counties are getting ready to take proposed flying field.
i4 : ration and have equipment as their more profitable grubs are Bald to cause an annual May one our
the regular' hike to Tallahassee
: for runs. I loans In Florida Alabama Georgia loss of $800,000,000 each efficient school trustees spoke in -- -
sisters. Care and eouloment year. ,,
11I'1I ,
.. where for the next sixty days they HIIIDD{=" ,
Sonh( Carolina North Carolina favor of the
I public improvement.
to stand and another 1800,000,000 is
Cotton.Chop a as soon represent part of the Investment spent
and Virginia to rehabilitate, The school here has been will be engaged in making laws COFFINS &
I as warm weather sets In and apply on which a profit must be paid. trying to reduce this loss and keep- quitea for the state and for their CASKETSand
coun-
of 100 farmers who ,had suffered storm I Ing It1S low it is. Birds iccess-thl year. The corps of
pounds are
_I a side-dressing It becomes self-evident therefore. / as ties. The legislature of 1929 will a Full Line of
.. I nitrogenous fer !IIzer. Cultivate damage prescribes that all loans I that very many such fowls will one of nature's best agencies ,for teachers were Iot only competentbut be confronted with
ys 1h must first be approved by com. were anxious to see their pupils many questionsof Undertakers'
at least once a week. cause a serious cut In the percentage keeping down the overwhelminghordes Supplies
importance to (he state and
.- flrovo and Ol"'hnrcl.-Cltrus: munity and county committees.The .' of profit returned on each dollar of Insect life: and were it advance. The'play groundswere
_ they should not be handicappedwith
: 4 Continue cultivating to keep down county agents In Florida have' of capital returned on each 'dol not for them this loss would prob- made a source of pleasureby AUTOMOBILE HEAKSBAlw
a flood of local bills that take
________. .. weeds and grass. or irrigate. Spray organized these committees and' lar of capital invested nut the ably be much greater each year. the presence of the principal, as i up so much time of session. .T> .n ...... The fc M nmI ..
dust with If rust mites they are now functioning.: Since birds are such a valuable well as the other teachers. every the sweat prlrw.. HpKtal, a,
z. : or sulphur question In how to convict the offenders Tax
matters .
will tontliin
Mesdames I receive more attention to telegraph .r_ .
Counties In 1L..
Florida where Duipee
.11 become numerous on new or old I .of their shortcomings. I force with which to meet the Inva- May- REGISTERED KMHALMKH
; at this
., ._ _ fruit. Where fruit has been running storms have Injured or destroyed know of but one certain way and sions of insect armes! it Is to our nard Chas. Williams and daugb-' before. session than ever
_ _ Baker Bradford Brow- ter-in-law were guests of lrs. W.B. DEWITT C. JONESSTARKE
are:
12 per cent or more melanose crops that is to keep books on the advantage that we give them every

._ _ ; "russet spray with 3-3-50 Bor ard Brevard Columbia Duval whole lot of them and in a short protection possible. Alexander and daughter Miss Quite a bit of S interest Is being FLA.

________ deaux-oll In late April or early in Escambla Hamilton. Highlands while you will know beyond.'per- Nesting: / places should be pro- Wilma, this week. manifested in the cover crops of

______ non-bearing groves. Vineyard: Indian I River, Jackson Jefferson adventure or doubt which are the vided where timber and hollow Ilev. Dlcbson. pastor of the vetch and Austrian peas planted IJm .

Spray vines with 4-3-50 Bordeaux Lafayette, Leon. Liberty. Madison egg layers and which are destinedfor trees' have been removed from Christian church here and wife, -

: _ (with 1 1-2 Ibs. arsenate to 50 Martin, Nassau Okaloosa Palm a speedy trip to market large areas of land. Shrubbery spent last Sunday with: friends and

week before flower buds Beach, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, should be planted for this purposeIf attended and participated in the
)
gallons a Trap-nesting in short is the one

open or when shoots are 12 to 18 Taylor Union Wakulla, Washington sure method of determining exactly necessary. Water for drinkingand i beautiful Easter service in the eve- YES{ We can charge your

and"aJton.. bathing should be provided in ning. HR
Inches 8
long. Repeat as soon as how much each hen is laying
____ ft Miss Julia Maxwell of Savannah
i Mr. Spencer calls attention to I
blossomfc fall. Pecans continue summer.
; : and whether or not she Is going; STORAGE IJ.
_ clean cultivation with disc or acme the following provisions of the act to be worth keeping on the Job. And most important of all, birds Ga., spent the week-end with BATTERY InSmith's .
which made the loans available her mother, Mrs. J. M. Maxwell.
harrow moisture. Chip : should be protected from their
to conserve Such knowledge Is of especially
;1 buds and side grafts may be put I I Loans shall be made for the purchase great Importance to the breeder of enemies. The boy with the air- Mrs. R. M. Faver and daughter.Miss .

_ : In. Protects young growing buds i of seed for spring plantingin (line pedigreed fowls,' but is sufficiently rifle: the gunner, the rain storm : Mary Blanch of Lake Geneva -
I 1929 feed for work stock necessary and the wind storm and the house visited Mrs. Faver's parents
and grafts on trees top-worked Important to most poultry
last year. for actital farming operations raisers to be worthy of conxlderatlon. cat all take toll of birds. Most MI' and Mrs. O. Haynes. Garage 1FkeFOR :

__ and for the purchase of fertilizer. be and I 'V. Pinholster of Brooker was
_ 1 Cjardfn and Truck.-Spray peppers Trapnestlng, incidentally is of this can prevented, by
No loans will be made for a business visitor here this week.
all should be .
t with 4-4-50 Bordeaux (with valuable In taming young birds means prevented.The

1 nicotine sulphate In it) to control I live stock other than work stock, which tends to insure produc- depredations- of the house

t: _ leaf spot and aphids. Dust corn II and for poultry. tlvene"s. I I'cat which formerly were considered -
Where land is to be planted to of little economic Importance,
arsenate kill bud
.J. with lead to Many will object that trap-nest- ECONOMICAL ft
cotton or tobacco, loans to the extent assumed much Importance jlII1 TRANSPORTATION
worm. Spray or dust vegetables lug involves too much labor. It haye a greater -
of $8 per acre will: be grant with the Increase in the
.... and watermelons a tobacco preparation Is true there is some additional .
.. .:. ed For all other crops the loans feline population of the United
to control aplilds. Plant work involved but it Is question-
.. __ wUl not exceed $3 to the acre. about If each
States to 25,000,000.
okra and squash.
: cantaloupes, able whether there Is much more ,
/
The largest amount that may be cat destroys one bird a year It
Transp) tnt tomatoes. egg-plants ban would be required for taking
borrowed by any one farmer is would be a terrible destruction indeed -
and peppers. Grade cucumbers care of a large number of fowls

.'. carefully. $2,000. from which no profit could pos iWIy@veg"

_ General.--See<< that all records Persons receiving: loans are required sibly be realized. Furthermore Especially should cats be con-
.-... to sign promissory notes, fined in the house during/ the nesting -
1 started are kept 'up to date. the work can be materially' reduced -

'_ Forego.; Cro|>i*.--Corn, cow peas fully executed, for the amount of by dividing the flock and season of birds. When the
&: the loans, payable to the United young birds first hop from the 300,000
peanuts, velvet beans sorghum rap-nesting: one section at a time. .

; .and millet make use of.at least States Department of Agricultureon As soon as the desired purpose has nests their wings are not developedand '

... some of these crops and save on or before December 1, 1929. been definitely achievedanother they are an easy prey to cats.
.: Interest will be charged at the Even well fed tabbies cannot :have
resist -
.
toed bills. Plant
a legume crop section can be 'put through the llrealy
rate of 5 percent per annum. the tempatlon to catch the ,
_ _! L In your corn. You may need the course and so on until a depend-
Mr. that If farmers
,. teed. The land needs benefits.1'LANS Spencer says able record has been made for every young bird. .
: -riaulrliiiF__..... Innna..-_.._. will.. .n a--frAt .In.- tnnph----.. As unimportant as It may have chosen
hen In the flock. This record
..,. ..1 JIADK TO UAISKMOKU : with their county agents or their been considered this is a matter of the newChevrolet
not only serves to indicate the best
I. DA1UV 'AKVKS; community loan committees the I great Importance and one that deserves -
? layers but is an Invaluable guide
_
applications be put through serious consideration.
can
.. for the selection of breeding stock.
Fla. A for loan head S
Gainesville -- plan, promptly. Temporary
.. A flock should be trapnestedfor The Crystal Ice Company of St.
raising more dairy calves In the quarters have been'established at SixSmooth
twelve ((12)) months to tell accurately -
Petersburg entered float of glittering -
a
: state Is being worked out by dairymen Columbia, S. C.. and are In chargeof
'. I of Duval county and farmers T. Weed Harvey and L. E. just what each individualhen beauty in the annual festival -
'* is capable of doing in egg pro- of states parades held In St.
of Nassau Hamlln White.
county,
reports
I
duction. To trap-nest for three March 12nd.! Six-Cylinder
Petersburg on Usinga
lh Brown, extension dairymen.! .
S f Distinctive Bodies
{ Drown strongly advocates raising TO HUH OWNKltSBelow : months and multiply by four. does color scheme of blue. white andllvel' Performance by

not ttlve an, accurate yearly rec- with artificial snow, Ice The Chevrolet Fisher
I the heifer calves from the beat Six delivers its
t cows rather than buying mature Is a letter received by ord.And bergs polar bears and sleigh, the easily freely and without power Longer, lower and roomier and

I animals from other sections.! the C'ounty1'tent/ from the state now, Just a word about the effect was cold and brilliant and vibration annoying offering such fine car features as
mechanics of trap-nesting. A trap exclamations from the or body
The plan worked out by the veterinarian! relative to vaccinating drew many rumble-assuring Fisher VV windshield
: adjustable
county agents In the two counties hogs for cholera. nest, as everyone knows., is one crowd as It approached'. Across the at every speed the quiet, luxurious .driver' seatarid Ternstedt hardware

: March 26, 1929. equipped( to hold a hen captive back six beautiful: Aurora ... comfort that -the
will be for the farmers of Nassau new Fisher
everyone of enclosed bodies
when she enters it to lay. Each expects a
All Virus Permit Holders. Borealis provided a striking
to buy the finest calves from the : fine automobile. give the Chevrolet Six outstand-
Gentlemen hen In the flock has a numbered ground for six beautiful girls an
.. : d&jrjrmen of Duval when the animals ing measure of distinction.
leg band on one of her legs and
You are hereby respectfully: ad- dressed in bathing suits of blue
are about a week old. They vised that the appropriation covering before she Is released. If she bus satin and silver with silver caps. Better TItan 20 Miles
; ; will these calves out'and
Every Modern
grow number Is down : Driving
the purchase and dlstribu- layed. her put on p to the gallon
: then sell them back to the dairy
At many places In Florida Easter -
dally record sheet indicatingthat Convenience
a
lou of free serum has become ex- Due to finer
.. ::.i. men. The Dave! dairymen will morning services are held out carburetion and
she layed that day. After a imThe
!.. laustecl anti all orders for serum new Chevrolet Six
: :know the of the calves proved is equipped
history in the parks and this is manifolding
and virus will hereafter be filled hen lays in a nest. she has to be open an this marvelous with full ball
; they are buying and will not take attendant and the innovation to the winter visitors. : bearing steering mecha-
released by an
six-cyhnderperformanceisdelivered
There Is nothing quite as impressive
nest left open ready for another with
.- : hundred c.c. for serum and $1.25 fuel-economy of better brakes. ..
Last week of Nassau than theft-proof
a party 20 Electrolock
hen. Home-made nests of this i or quite appropriate as .. .
.
,. per hundred c.c. for virus. In this miles to the automatic
.. : dairymen visited Duvul county and kind are easily constructed although Easter services in the great out- gallon gasolinewith stop and tail light .. rear
I connection advised that
; ..... v )re shown some of the permanent such you are haveon space is lacking In this doors where the music and voicesare extremely low oil consumption. vision mirror and foot-controlled

r J' stures dairy barns milk houses hand serum and be distributed virus as you article for givln.g definite instructions supplemented( by the songs of adjustable beam headlights.

F '. :>d equipment. Five purebred may among birds the flowers In their A
are Six
the swine three-fourths as to how It Is done. There in the Price
calves were purchased for calf owners I Range of the Four
are many ready-made forms of natural state of beauty and all nature -

( c. ub boys of Nassau at this time. i I free.These prices effective March trap nests that give satisfaction Is attuned to the observanceof I Many people do not realize that this marvelous
are
... ____ S I the greatest days in the history cylinder Chevrolet new slJe"I
reasonably priced. Some is
;: Nearly 100 carloads of cucum-, 37, 1929 and following our usual and are actually offered in the
: : a '. tn shipped from Bushnell Cen- custom all shipments will be madeC. manufacturers simply furnish a of the Christian world. .:; of the lour. Compare total delivered price range

.: ( __ ter II111. Webster and other points( 0. D. unless order Is accompanied front with the trap mechanism at- Tallahassee -S Furniture- store factory prices when determining prices as well as

.4 .. In the Leesburg trade territory by certified check or money tached. It can easily be fitted to 'opened In Blen building. .:.. will find Chevrolet automobile values. You

.. last week sold at 91500 to $2500) order In full payment. a. suitable form of home-made St. Augustine 1150,000 al- delivered prices include the lowest
-..# 'ar and believed to have Very respectfully nest Numbered leg bands for t handling and financing charges
.s. : a ( are loted for improvement 'of federal available
:.. bringing J. V. identifying the hens aro purchasedIn I "
averaged well up to $2000 KNAPP building facilities. /11. '
.. .r- In to the district little. If any State Veterinarian. series at comparatively trivial r ROA Dsi'En: ." 525 The j COACH .

:,: less than $200,000. Less than one- Due to the tact that the county cost.At what his hens are really doing lie Th. *525 aoss.. ,*,
has least one trap nest should be will be surprised to find that .... &led.! ..
.: fourth of the crop has been marketed agent just been permitted to some '

..... ;... and while prices already are vaccinate, he has no serum and furnished for every four birds in of those in which he had most COLTE.SEDAN.Tht .......595 $ 5 9 Dsftv..y TMLhlbl..... 595PItA&TON

dropping, demand is reported as virus on hand to be administratedat flock of fifty or more, and one for faith were least deserving of his Th. DaUv.ry Cbaasia,40 0

.- .. : 4 A. continuing good. one-fourth prIce. therefore every three In smaller flocks. Try trust and vice versa. lie will ....... 675 "T".I'

..'. ,-'t4' all vaccination done by the county to have a sufficient number so that definitely drop guessing from his The _, All rl".J..J ', ...$545TOQCIIO.SI. t
,
..!' j Florida beaches are coming into agent will be subject to prices hens do not have to wait too long payroll and substitute scientific ABKIOLET .. 695 'Iin' Mic"'I1. _,. T".I'JaTn.. t

their own just now not only with :stated In 'the above letter until I for their respective turns. For the certainty. The change may mean UaMi..hIaCab 650 .

jl.. .- :,1 -. the winter visitors but with the state funds are again available. same reason pay a bit more attention more work of one kind but It also

,.i., -. Florida residents as well. The -- -- .. to the trap nests during the means less work of a less profitable r

past few days have brought big Radio talks and newspaper articles normally busy hours of the day kind and In the long run trap Torode-Ritch

.r; crowds to the ocean and gulf resorts are being used by County which are usually during the fore. nesting 1 U bound to pay a sufficiently I. ChevroletCompany

... .. !' :t and alto attractive resorts Agent K C. Moore of Oran. noon. large Increase In cash dlvi- -

,. y that can accommodate thousands county In a campaign to reduce The use of trap nests enables dends'to more than Justify the Increased : -_ .

.. and they are very popular winter: rust mite damage to ctirus fruit the poultry raisers to learn some Investment In labor and

: and summer. I this year. really astonishing facts about equipment QUALITY

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LlS* nU"J RT NUPTIALS McDowal.: -------1 als In the path of the bride. 511551! with Miss Pearle. GrlOls.Mra. c OH! of the brn"I".rro hnntnurfaclnir.n : nd all pernnna Indebted to said .a-. Oeo. A. Gardiner, County Judge' of 11 j
/hOl.KSI.NI/Kl: : ) AT KKYHTOMO; The bridal :: : :. KtmilnK.Httirm tate are required to pay the same Bradford (County Florida, and ask ,
party descended the : Janet Wood as maid of honor followed I K. E. Burney and Mr. and utiwerM, connections, Intemei'tloiiB I with to the undersigned. ailmlnlatrator. .- tor nia approval and my final dl.- I
stairs to the strains and other I Improvi-mi'iiia" IB I Ichr kare AM such Executor.Thia : .
A beautiful wedding took place of Mendels. the flower girl. Her frock Mrs. H. R. Sapp spent Sunday In hereby iiKKcHHod against nnld lots '"''I. the 19th day of March A. U. I let day of March 1929.ULLKUY ,
sohn's wedding march and lands and that each of mild lot. 1929. M. DAVIS. ,
,t Keystone Inn Thursday", March played by was of pink crepe satin trimmed Jacksonville. and lands are liable and lndil..>ted In A. S. C'KniWH 'S-l-9t-4-2 ICxecutor.NoriCIC ,,r

when Miss Miss Ellen Kaye, who also played with seed and Mrs. Wilmot Brown urupnrtlon tn its footage for the Administrator of entate oi
o'clock Mured pearls and rhinestones Dr.
30
JH{. at 7 Indian Love costS IIIor said :r" enhr.'h the Harvey :M. Mnydvr. decuaned.NOTIfH OK Kl\.il. DiNtIIAIIGI9Sixty I'
Call
Irene Rupert only" daughter mony. during the cere- and flounces of pink silk lace. The Brown were visiting! his parents nbutH, or 1 Improved la contiguous upon or adjoln-It 3-22-9t-5-17. Ii ----- I

and Mrs. J. A. Rupert be- Mrs. bride descended with her fatherby Dr. and Mra fl. W. Brown here lug and the coSts of the aforesaid" days after data hereof on ,
,r Dr C. M. Weinman and Mrs Sunday. Improvements on each .street shall : (ii" lC5.lS'iiO1iy : to-wlt; the let dav of May 1929. J ,
lime the wife of Dr. Homer Austin Elwell Robinson headed the whom she was given In mar- be pro-rated according to the total I the undernlKneil Executrix: of the ., '
pro Miss Pearle Griffls spent sever frontage of lot. and lands In or on .Last. Will mid Testament of the Es- / J
Ulna\ The Rev. Benjamin R.eid cession carrying ribbons which riage. At the imporovlsed altar al days in Jacksonville last week. said streets, or part thereof lmirov- the lawn the power of Klnrlilu vented In I them by I tnte of James F. I'hllllpn, deceased ,-
the Hoard !'
officiated In the presence of formed an aisle for the remainder they were met by the bridegroom Mesdames \V. T. Moore and A. ed. Public In..tmotion of Ih'II.If"r.ll'oun.. of will preitent my Vouchers and naiI i r
I the Honorable Ueo.
account to A.
large gathering of relatives and of the party. They wore organdy and his best man Mr. George M. Lewis spent Thursday In Jack- of KIOItTII Miilil Improvementa, That none shall of the be contn paid ty following calls an named election to ba held at the /I llurdlner. County Judge' of Tlradford ''f,
placed
rlends, frocks the bouffant skirts of Brothers sonville. ; from the funds of the City of Starke, 192! for: the purpose:: of on April electing I 20, County, anti Florida. anti discharge ask for aa hi.such approval I, \' .

The lobby of the Inn was artla- which were made of bands The bride wore her mother'swedding Florida.NINTH 1 three trtiHteea each, and determining Kxpcutrtx.; my \ '
of '
or- Mrs. Carradtuo of Or- f
Dr. and the credit of the the .
That mlllaire to be assessed In each
Ically( decorated with roses and gandy in pastel shades of rainbow gown of heavy white silk ange Park were visiting In Lawtey I Pity of Starke. Florida may b.. used dlNtrlct. I This list day.OU(of ANNA March aillFFlS.1929I ''.. I
I
(flowers in rainbow tints. The colors. Huge bows and beautiful lace. It made for the financing of said Improve- For the purpose of holding sail I 3-l-9f-4-26. ENOI'K'K
lid In back formedthe was Sunday. mpntH. but at no cost to said city.TKNTil election. the nmnnirer are an follown __ ulrlt)1) );: ;

replace was arched with bamboo only trimm'ng.! Following the very long with a sweeping train. MSS\ : Hilda Wyrick of Jacksonville That I the total Hnnennment : OK l\l'iN'IIOV: TO ..U.I'LY'f\ I'

nd banked with green and white ribbon bearers and Her tulle veil was arranged for saId Improvements h"r..tnpI'o"lrI For Thers'sssb-tl. W. Hlnnon AIh..rt I'OII MIKCI\I. 1.I.JUI'II.\'I"I'oI :
wearing simIlar cap spent the week-end here with ,," for. la u lien oil the tote HulllMui Cleveland Sullivan.: '
KOIt IIMM KOIH> 4UI STt, , he beauty of which was further frocks came the Misses Ar- shape and was held In place by a her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. and lands nMKrnHfit from the date of 'or Starke, -Kred Scott: A. J. I .mtIlU .!,
aI
andis
resolution !
of this
by the glow of lighted the piiHHnKe Thomas J. 10'. "'< klll..r.
nhanced neeta and Helen Ogden carrying band of lace. Her bouquet was Jeff Terry. ,piiVHble In cash or In Ten enjiinlannual For 1..wl..y-J. u Harrell J. H.
tall candelabra. InHtallmentn, equal In principal. Moore JaincH Notice (In hereby Driven tn all whom ,
ipera In tall lighted tapers tied with show- of orange blossoms Water lilies Konler.Fur I ;
Mrs. Grady Lanier and sisters atorued lnter.>.'t nt the that ,
with llrooltlyn-J. P. Pudirett. .1. S. It muv concern t ho nndcrilM". 4
Wh'le the guests were aasembng ers of rainbow ribbons. Then and roses with a shower of bridal Miss Hazel Futch. of Went Palm I "rate of Six (B) per' cent pr unniiiii. C. H.-lhorRi-r. I will have prcpaicil. dish. rcquent the ,, tJ "
url !
the following musical pro- came the flower girl Miss| Frances wreath. i from date of I he completion of en.i.t For.r'ltlh..r: K Undeihlll; Brltt t P1155055) of Special LcKlxIntlort( for 'ifl '
Beach, are visiting their parents, I 1''III'ov''n'1 until I paid I i both principal Alv.iri'., Joe JohiiHon. Ithu county cif lliatlfortl. I'Ilat."f: t':
ram was rendered by Miss Ger- Cadman wearing white: slippersand Following the ceremony an In- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Futch. I I I and I lit.rest paynlilw w hoe' I I For Var"I'rhlltI... Conner, Ker- Florida' nt the regular HcH")lon "i h' theIfurlnluluri j .i '
rudE' K Ilouser at the piano: hose and formal reception held In the clu... to the Tax 'ollector of the Cltv by CrcwH, Sum, Whltrhi'iid.onn I I State of Florida' In 0
a lovely ruffled was rltflh
frock W. IS. Torode Is home and : .
Mrs. his olllce
of Iorll. FlnrliUt, at '1",1' ''. '''" -N. t Ill-eon. Drew 1II21.I a legalize, ratify and
Good Night Nevln; To a Wild of pink organdy. From a basket parlors of the Inn with refreshments again after being confined In St. : dun rig. oillct" huuiH.Idl.KVKNTlf I H.Irll.'Rltt'r: <-|..nii>nH. contlrtn any And nil sole and d"lnitaof I
ose.McDowalTo; a Water Lily. her : All special assessnicu For UlHliiw) -Iliury' Uewln the Hoard of County Ci'mmfffton-, :. J'j"
of Harley
oa arm she bride's cake and
(: ----- scattered rose pet punch. Vincent's hosp.tal for several is provided for In I his resolution :Mel In. I Uonnlo 1"11 wforll. I/.rM of Hrudford County.,, )"lostdiu, 1 1 in 4
-- Miss Helen Lawrence acted as assistant weeks shall l I..> puvahlo within Thlrlv davxafter ,. For, !c""ldrllln-l.. \. I Honnclly, Ww. reirardflt to the biiiUlliiK of fen ...ull'I:' u
the Html. determination and ,/
of the I
Colcinaii. John 1'revntt. tlon to and repair County
-= ----- -=- .:JI'HoV' hostess during the arrivalof Lonnie liar and baby continuation hereof, Provided, how- ( ,
-= Mrs. Icy For H.'ook..r--J.. J. Moi-Kan. E. 1J M. Jiill In Stnrki, UrixIfoKl County (II
the guests and also at the re visiting her father, Rev. J. V. ever that the City: Council may byrunolutlon Huien (ldwlre are I i provide for tho payment. II. U MAY. the eulit met lug, I thi'r> for >>yHatd II i j
to PlayBRIDGE ception. She wore an attractive Robinson In Tampa for several Inl t tin- elm-lion I of I the 1"'ol'.I'ly i owner Chairman. Ih..d..1 (ouuty t'uiisuuil"Miiis.i in I l' 1A' :
+ gown of black and white chiffon. of any a..t" In equal In- A. J. ni.lFFIS.. with J. T Ijulitloy! and 1... A liavln ;; .
days. etC ilinent not excemllnHT T 1 Ssurutnry. co-purtnvra dotnif liutilncfH us I.lCl.t.> _
'tll'W\'t\
i 3-22-51-4-tl) I
The out-of-town guests Included S Mesdames Crls Adktnnon and uhle I annually, the Ili-Ht l Icy unit l uvln on Janiiurv Tth A. O. 'I
: Mr. Allison Rupert of WashIngton I nhiill ba nayablo within Thirty thuvs I 11)29 avid| to lefrallxe, ratify and conlirtii 'tn'!! I'
and Bohannuu and Tha :\ CI'I''I.1In
\ baby Styles of the .I..l.. of conllrinul" I Ion. the iHHtianco of certlni I s iMta I i>nIndcbtrilnenn 'i .
D. C., brother of the bride baby have returned home after a I owner of any property desirIng to I I In t lie. num of f4uuO) .00 :.,;;>ia i i
Miss Janet Wood of Columbus hay' his aHHeHHtiient In liiMtnllinentH the Court of the. County( JlhlKII which have heretofore or may h..re- ..i'JII1I\
Series vis.t: with her parents, Mr. and nhiill on or before Thirty dayH from. In and for Jlrmtfonl! County State ut aftor..be: I Innued by I tho. sis 1(1 hoard of I
/ 0 1928-29 by Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Sam Loftln, Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. mi IJ confirmation" of tho anm>iiHinant Florid, County Commlnnlonera ..r HradfordCounlv 1\" '" ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl SmUh and Mr. Ole with the City Clerk a writtenapplication IN THW I MATTElt OF THE ESTATEN. Florida) under, and by virtue It,
Wynne Ferguson Mr. Roy Reddish spent Sunday I to puy sa Iii nHHeHNiiientIn 01"' of nnld contract.I.OAIll '' "

George Brothers of Jacksonville at Wateroak.Mrs. 'liiKtallmentH I which applicationMm T. Hitch, also' known aa Nelaon > 01"!' COUNTY COMVTS-: ('"
\Authof PRACTICAL AUCTION .11 waive all Irri-Kulurlt or tlefpctM 'r. ltit,'h, (SIONEHS: OF BHAJtI ()IU> ':
BRIDGE .
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fairchild \
Jim Williams spent the lurlmllcilonul" or oilu-rwlBH. In !HceaHid. FLORIDA \

ot Meadvllle Pa. week-end with her parents Mr. the |proceedIngs for the Improvement l..vl..I.an" TO nil credllurR) IvKateen, din.trlbtiteen Hy J. U. CHEW. 1
IH
Copyright 1928 by Uoyle Jr. for which saId a".o."n'nl and all pvrnonn. having Ita Chairman. /
Mrs. Bliss wore a handsome en- and Mrs. Jim Pitts. She left Sat. In the purtlonment of tho cost claims" or demnnda against naldentatai ATTEST: 'i'

semble of black and white chiffon urday afternoon for .her future thereof.TWhL.FTH.. The pet isnuitul total 1 1Ysic. n. W. ALPEHMAN.Hated I'I'I 1
.
ARTICLE No. 24 and each of you are hereby l..k. : ;
and velvet with accessories to cost of all Improvement' herein. provldml -
home-In Macon, Ga. :; notified and requl-ed, to present any this March 4lh. A. P. lflJ9. {
for In 2d.OOO no. .. 1.". t-4-G. .
match as her going costume. clalnm and denmml" which .?
is the informatory away Misses Florrle and Claudia Tarry you or
There one way to use then if overbid by an opponent to 1'It liJltl 1"OIlI'1. Koch and every either of you, nmy have agaInst this !

double to great advantage that is double informatorily. Both Dr. and Mrs. Bliss are and Doris Burney were visitingIn property owner along. contlnuouH.udjolnlnit eHtata of N. T. HITCH, deceunxtl. O'I'I'I'] III"< IHSCHAIlfJW ,p,
I i the
I ahiittliiK
overlooked by many players. Supposethe I Such a double, after an original suit graduates of Ohio State Universityclass Starke Saturday. I i bound I Inn he said or roots I 'and Hiild duci'iiueit. ...-.In.m..lh", .... ., -

dealer has three good suits, but no bid end a pass by partner, is an informatory of 1928 and were also students -I Mr. and Mrs. Nathon Blount of a fi'l'n I I :. or coi"pornllunnnnd I known NELSON I and T. HITCH morn, fully, late I dpHcrlbi'd of I aa To .til Whom It May ('onc.reINotice !,
llradford
InlarnntedIn I I.. hereby Klve.i that I !
I I l I.
fourth all I I propeity nwnera : ;
cards or a singleton in the suit. double and County 1"lorifllIn //1 i-
requests partner at Allegheny College Mead- the Honorable
Ft. Myers were vitti ling relativesIn said iii-KCHMinent will Hike noticethnt I ..nlmll on Wednrnday the 10th dayof
Such a hand is not a justifiable no to bid that one of the other two suits vllle Pa. Mrs. Bliss Is a memberof the City Council of the City ofSturke Oeora-e'. A. llardlner, County Juilueof April., A. I>. U29. before I.... Hon.tiinble :" ( '"
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trumper, tor clever opponents with a which best fits his hand. If he has no ,I Lawtey last week. will meet, ,, nt 1'1111'ht I Oclock\ I'. the Hrudford County., nt hln office In lI"orlA./ Gardiner County .J :1' /'

!set-up suit will pass and win enough other four-card suit, he should bid iwo Theta Upsilon sorority and Dr. Mrs. },;. K. Burney and childrenwere M, tit the COlln'III"lIln I I the City. of I llrudfnid County I('oil'CourtII.HIKO'ii t y, Klorldu.In within I starki I I I 12monllm *:, JiKlito of Hrudfoiil ,,'uunly'Iorlda) t, \ ',

tricks in the dealer's missing suit to in the suit first bid by the dealer. For Bliss is an Alpha Chi Ilho. shopping In Starke last Wed to Stiirke hear, any April object the ions llth. which 1II.may 11)211) beiuuutI ) t from tne date of th.. flrntputillcntlnn nt the hlH city ofnce of ,tit III ark.the. Florida court home.prenontmy In: .:4! I

save !game. With this type of hand it is example: Following a short wedding trip nesday. a to nuld I Iml.rov..m..nIM.l'onnl'llman demumlH hereof. All clnlniH and fliml ret ur". and l make application ';,' I I
tactics bid W. I I.. Wall I moved the not prenentvd within the udmlnlntrntor '1'-1 ::
better suit and
much to a I for final discharge an
by motor this popular young couple Mrs. D. C. Kinlaw and daughter adoption of thlM rvnolutlon, which I lima I and I In I tho manner prencrlliwd. of the estate of HIchaM Hay : _

will reside In Jacksonville were shopping in Starke last mot) loll waa ni>oonil..d by Councilman I- horcln shall be barred aa provided. White dtfcenned.11EORQB.. ) I,
I learts K, 9,6,3 II. W. Aldxrman ansi an AYE I by law.UnlKd. ______
] C. WHITI3.a __
I "
where Dr. Bliss Is successful \"
a I March N
Wednesday taken thernon.ITpon ) A. H 11129. !'\
Clubs K, 10, 4, 3 und NAY vole IVI-IIIK -! -flt-4-8 Admlnlntrntofor oi i, ,j'j ,
THE ATLANTIC;
NATIONAL HANK' '
dentist. roll cull the VOl. thrreon Inan .
I lianionds10, 6,3 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore spent (II.' JACKSONVILLE.: AM Executor, : I 0 _
Spades 9 follow! of t the Lnnt. Will niul Tentament. of NO"'U'N FI\AL Jlt"I..UUHQ) :
Q
Tuesday In Jacksonville. jVYIJ-H. 1 K. Alderman li. A. l avln' .
Hearts- 4, 2 Hearts Q, 8. 5 l-'iiiioml or J. J. 1.ItWI'I.UC4" r. hi'. Hoover N. Hlernberir.. 'V.I. N. T, Kltch llIMI known UN Nelaun ----
Lewis transacting '
A. M. was 1'. : _
\Vnll.Nav. Notice I I. hereby given that sixty ,
Clul"-A.QT.9.7S : Y I Hubs 8, 6,2 The funeral of Mr. John J. Law- business In Jacksonville Friday. -None.V ltittls.fly W. O. tlOoZIOH.! : I days after date hir..uf I will file my i _
Pi n1ntl8 Q : A B I I Diamonds- 9,8.7.5,2 rence was held Wednesday after- \ hereuiMin I the chairman I annfHtnr'cd 28Dt53. 11.1 Vice Prenldent.) llnal. I account nnd' voucher nn ad- J
Spacbs- K, 10, 4, 2 : Z I Spades J, 6No C the nnid renolutlou. ivauaulohited rnlnlntrator of the EKtatn] of W. A.Irlbblo ,
noon at the Community church of: na. read.Ailiiplod 1\o()' iIC HV FI'VAI.' '"'''(''' tHIJI-J ( uiecets's) with the Honor- 'i(,' "'
Keystone Heights. The church was Tourists In the state are havingthe i In roK-nlar. nonnlnn. this "tile' t leo. A. inrillnvr.. Comity Judtrwnf '.. i J'j
Hearts-A, J, 10, 7 time of their lives Just now I lha 2nd. 1 slay of April A. 1) 1929.C. Hradforil County, Klnrlila, and ask If" ', '
Clubs' none1)ianionda filled with relatives and friends of I,'. HODVIOH.Chairman.. NotIce .la hereby given that sixty for his approval ansi my llnal dla- !t': I'.',
A, I K, T, .1 the deceased. Hosts of beautiful with many festivals and I.elebradons day after date hervof I will file my lh"rM'f nn Hitch. mlmlnlntrator. 1r1 y, .'.
final account and Vouchers UH Executor Thl nf March 1929.F.DWAUU : I H
being pulled! for their benefit ATTK.ST: last day "
Spades A, 8, 7, 5, .3 flowers surrounded the casket. C. A. KUTCIf, of hiss Entitle of W. Kllery: 1 1. O Hill! II LIU.S"l ; ',i.

Rev. K. D. MOwry had charge of by various; cities where they Clerk__ __ __--_ I H I l">!..vl"| i1i'ciiM. with the Honorable -ft-4-tH) Ailmlnlntraior.. i"'i.'t.f I t-
rubber Z dealt and bid! wanted to depart from Z's the winter. 1- 1.,
score, !t:1 mI' reauest: to nave congregated for ... ;
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the services, assisted by Rev. B. :NO'I'K 101. INTKNTIOV \1'1'1."
snadc. A bid clubs and V and bid his long suit he could liavs dona
one two Florida. Is at her bent In the FOU Nl'lUltl.] l.ljlSI.Ari:
B !:''l.st'd. so to better advantage by bidding .,,.'rl F. Weld Rev. Sidney Dodd and months of March and April and Jolt ('I'l" .>!" I' i.t lilt ii

Z had the type of hand just dirnscl *. no trump, instead of trying to dule'x Miss Harper of Melrose\ The Therfelegraph

: BO he doubled the two club bid. the two club bid. There was a "tar.ia! hmns "Tla So Sweet to Trust In the winter visitors who leave Flor- Notice In itr.aI: 'I .z to nil whom: :

This double was informatorv and was and a rubber lor Y Z either at hearts Jesus" and "Will Your Anchor i .
asking V to bid two hearts or two, or at no trump but they (ailed to grasn Hold," were by Mrs. Weld, are losing a great opportunity for :; have or prepornd Hpeclal t: nnd I.citl h0uIieKt'liil|:) Ion i tinpitMHiiKe for

diamonds, whichever ot the two suits their opportunity and on the next Uca sung 'I jnjoyinent and also running a bg: the City of HlHrko. State "l Kl.n-l.l.,

war the longer and stronger in his hand.A A B won the game and rubber.Be Mrs. Lcnfest" Mrs. Miller\ and Mr. risk in braving the winter climate ut tha regular session of 1112ft) t.t'ifIxlnturc -

passed. Y figured that his heart on the lookout for such oppor. Cadman. The following frends: back home. < ) of Ki-cllon, a lilll, to Meveil amend of the xubntictlonh City of Saves

suit was too weak to offer a chance forgamrl tunities and if your partner makes .tt1 acted as pallbearers: Mr. J. J. Htarke Churler Act lielnu' ('isis pies'. 312

but lelt that his two club tricks informatory double, do as he renuest] Rouser Mr. C. II. Clark, Mr. W. l.H2tl piiHHud l"y the 1027 oiflnla-

: enable him and his partner to and not as you think. Ha knows his B. Ingram Mr. J. K. Larson Sena- iusoii'Tio\' lure III nnld tfi extend mib-nectIon the power to Includa net forth for

defeat the two club bid. Y, therefore hand much better than vou 'lo and ; i. alr-portx) or any other I purponn'' for
tor Miller and Mr. Bryant. CITY COUNT1(: I 0(<' TUB : i
diwrtrarcled: Z's express request to bid therefore, in a much better position iO THE the welfare and upbiillillint, of the
ITY OK i HT/UIKE./ HUADFOKIICOl'NTV. City: of Hlarl,...
his lung suit direct the plan oi play.
and
passed KLOllllM. AT ITS ItKOllL.AH Also! to ameml .uh-.rtlnn (j) of
Played at two clubs doubled Y Z Here is a hand where the decnri! On Wednesday evening. Miss MKKTIMI AT TUN I CITY Hectlun IClHht tit nald cltv charter,

defeated the bid by one trick, while at made a little slam. Try your skill \\'Id; Mildred Rupert, whose marriageto IAI.U IN i% PHI I. T"!I9, KNINO 'TH I MJN1 to reed Not mora than Hewn, pur
> JAY TI1I'HliJIo't.'ACHliJU: TH IdKOI.IXIWINO cent Interest where It now resole. O01IrMgazmes'ourO
with the nnnlvsis
hearts they would have scored an easy compare results b.Lt Dr. Austin Bliss took place [ It 1.Hlllou'rION: ; covets 'r rentCITY .

game and rubber. In this hand, If Y will be given in the next article. Thursday_ ___ _.__. evening._ ___ entertained WHKItHAS. ThiS City Council of p COUNCIL OF CITY 01"
'H ,..
his City of 141111'1 hnx ho..n udvlHnil STA ttKi. 'r'
Problem No. 28 with a rehearsal dinner at Key- that the State Hoail UPtmrlmrnt' of Uy C. F. IIOOVRH:

stone Inn.. The guests included: the State ot Florida will ui Apriltitli 4-B-tt-B-a lie Chalriimii..!:!
bid.
T 4 1UJ\ \ receIve for the liaril-, %
Ilearts-Q, Rev. and Mrs. n. F. Weld Dr. and .11 r fad nor. or pavlnir, of what I" \Olli.}
Clubs A, l KV9, 8, 6,4 known IIM Htata Uimd No. 2H, which
Diamonds K Mrs. Rupert Miss Janet Wood, road |"uHneii thruuiih Starke. tin and, eO

Spades- A, 4, 2 Miss Gertrude Rouser Mss! Helen ver what IH known an MiidlHiin' an.1Water Notice ,la hereby given to Ham Norman
tha owner of certain cattle
}!!earts- K, 9. 7, 6 J JT-nrts __ q!. '? Lawrence Misses Arneeta and Helen naln .tr'eta MreetB. of they nuld. being city! two ANI of> the hereinafter described and to all other -

(l.uoa-O..r.7 : Y : ('luos-5, 3,1 Ogden Frances Cadman Miss WHKIUOAB: the ,tate, Uoud PoArtm interested persona, I that whereas '
Diamonds) 8, 4, 2 :'A B : Diamonds Q, ,V. !i !> >*iit hail BdvlHml the City that certain cattle described! an follow, .n5bfaiazines
Eileen Mrs. C. II. Clark to-wlt :
Kaye u It liard-nurfuctt
will only or paveuld
Spades- J, 6, 3 : Z : Spades- Q iO, ;3 Mrs. Chas. Weinman Mrs. Klwel' load. along and over milditrectM One lied nml' White row. matk
Twenty set wile und will swallow fork two under bit In one
Hearts A, 10 5, 3 Robinson, Dr. Hoyal'DIxon, Mr. lot place anY curb or ,glitter thereon ear, tindernciuare In other. MrandHttrd
to tell, nave been nelxed I I by
order
but will leaves illtchen uatlralnH
Clubs- 10 Chester Snowden Mr. George of the State L.lva : [
which will tin unxiKimy niitl. Stock Hiinltnrvllnanl ad x c,
7. 6,3 Mr. and Mrs und..r the provlnlona of Chapter .
Diamonds-A'l' Brothers, Dr. Bliss, unnanltnry, a* well u* the width be.
InK too narrow for the tralllo paHH- 0201, Acts of 1923: hecnuao maid
Fairchild. I log over the" BKIIIP. ANDWHICItKAM. cattle have not been dipped according -
M score, rubber ,game.:: Z dealt and 1 example of the double squeeze. TVv. thid Mr.\ Allison Rupert of Washington : The City uounVIl deemliiK to .law, and have been turnod
one diamond. A passed Y bid two I figure it out.Here's the necessity I 111..r..ur. UH well over to me na sheriff''' of llradfonl l Newspa1ero
D. C., arrived in Keystone ("101'11to' be .
what happens to the Contra' and .being petitioned by a majority county. old1N4W :
cllIIJ H I
and Z bid two no
passed Heights Thursday morning to attend ut the cltlxvnii' and property owners therefore, 1, as. sheriff ifnald
trumps.: l All passed and A opened the I player \\lien he makes:: bid *or 'am ilonir and abutting, said streets towiden county do hereby Rive noticeto .

II' ot hearts. How should Z now play I You have to make some clever ,;, U, the wedding of his sister, the state paving an \vell anplarn the owner and to all pernona. con
and then or Jose LIIU: Mildred. curbing ,nriu, gutters; thereon. corned that the nald cattle will Or 4
the hand that little I now jour Io"j
he
BO can score a TliniUCKOUK.: It In determinedand Hold. to the highest bidder for rV fi 4"*
11..0. < ...iisst any delense? It is a fineProblem I Mrs. K. D. Mowry entertainedMrs. resolved by the City Council of at Theo Tynon'n, the place where
Daneman and Mrs. t the City of Htarkn, That It In n...'....- saul. cattle are now l Ioelnl held and ir ;
No. 29 Thorpe at nary, for the bust. interest of fitld lttalnd I. at II o'clock on April the iitfi.
breakfast Saturday morning.Mr. .city on account of health and traffic IIlh diy of April A. 1) 1929; the ; 3I1 t
proceed of Hald sale to I ha disposedin .
ITeart-7 an well an the properly along
and Mrs. Radford and Mrs.
and abutting said streets, that the accordance with the provisions of $2Con't
Clubs A. 8. 5 riadford's mother, Mrs. Hodges following streets anil portions of Chnpter H20I, Acts of 1923.: QPPemr411 .
Diamonds -X, Q, 10, 8,3,2 streets Including Intersectionsih.re This. notice dated the 8 day of
Spades 10, 8,5 left Monday for their home In <,i. be ..,fIL. a width I I :of April, A. I).. 10211. ii" J i iSt. if

Hearts Hearts -A, Ti; 10 9 'r !Vfeadvllle\ Pennsylvania.Mr. Four and, On. Half feet on each n! .
t
K, Q, 4, 2 of the paving or hard ..urfaclnc by 4.2t -12. Hherirr,. __._ i ,
fliibs- Q, 10 9', 4, .3 I y : Clubs- 6, 2 and Mrs. August Weinman, the Htata Itoad Department on andalonir pact up this unheard f

Diamonds 7', 3 t A B : Diamonds K, f, \9 who have spent the winter ,with said streets. be paved repaired NOTICR of bargain. Enough reading' for, A

Spades _4, 2 t Z : Spades- K, J, 7 their son, Mr. Chas. Weinman, left and drains hard-aurfacd.and curblnir.MAOI.HON with. the neeeMHary In Circuit Court Twenty-HIth' Judicial .,. the whole lall-a wide variety p.i i"r

Sunday for Pittsburgh, Penn. HTH :fo1T, from the went Circuit Bradford County A of & *. -
hearts-8,3,3 city llmlta to the Interaction of Florida. In Chancery.llrnilford all at to tit ockSt.
a
price your "
Dr. Royal DIxon with his secretary Madison and Water etreelii. Invludn County Hank )
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ClubsK.J,7Diamonds book. Don't fall to take
all the Intersections along said ( )ct > i ,
6, 4 Mr. Cheater Snowden, left .tr..t. A corporation Complainant. ) pits adwantegeolthsnorueysavtiiOpportunity. !

Spades -A, Q 9, 6, 3No Sunday for New York.A WATER STRKKT, from the Inter- v*. No reed to wait '

pie social and entertainmentwas section of Madison and Water C. T. IjLwhorne, sIngIs and H. K. renewal t extended .
a.
streets to the Intersection of Wal..rand ir ._ >
w'l
which heM the tricfc. Jtldenonr ,
score} first game at Contract. Z I the king of hearts given by the high school senor Laura streets includIng all In- Defendanta. -Fs; from data of explrat'on.' aues

dealt, bid one spade and A passed. Y lie then led the seven of diamonds. Y class at the club house Monday terHectloiiK of said. Ktreet.8KCON1J. It appenrlna' by" affidavit appended But don't pent (Is limited -
and B the trie! that all of said ,,,
pavement
bid the won tn the bill filed In the above
two played queen '
diamonds B bid two hearts i cause of. that bo % lthCrawnatany -
shall be with brick. rock. may ,
a ncl Z Y I with the king. B then led the six oi evening. The entertainment consisted limestone that It I In believed by complainant' ----- .
passed. A bid three hearts, concrete or ether hard surface material time. C tt.rsend ,
that (! T. Lawhorna. on. of the a.f..ndlnt. .
Wd' three spades and B bid four hearts. I clubs. How should Z plan the play trot of a song In pantomlne by a a determined by the City named In aald caiiae, IN a- your order TODAY-before you

bid four spades A and Y passed and I this point on? Solution in the: aa.. Vivian Anderson and a playlet entitled Council andJhat such. 1I..1.mlnatton'' non-reNldont or cltlaen of the Htato tercet It. 3 3r

ii Uuublcd.! AH ,.ged and A opened i article. "When the Light Goes Out" shall ama a: If a :tor.;; this and reHolutlon.effect the' I of Florida In Mauk, that, Htata his. of lest rieorirla known, soy addrena ,.,.. J :

TlllltK, that all of the sid puvntr street nrldrena belnv 1i
also In Pantomlne those taking unknown; That
Answer to Problem No. 27 or any part which It may' be he la over twenty-one yaara of aw.., j j.4Z.cabacrlptlon.
Reader Miss Dorothy leueaaary In the judgment of thli
part were: shall That there IH no person In the StalL.
Hearb-K.8 Jenkins; Miss Wilma Hays, the curblnir 1 body, Kradm.have storm appropriate drains andConnectIons. of Florida, known to complainant,
'
: Horvlceof a subpoena upon whom
aWt.r
Clubs-4. heroine; Mlsa Vlrgln'a Jane_ Miller and that ; would bind. th* said defendant'
Diamonds Iv, 8, 7 the mother; Albert Stoltle, the nation of this body on theee mattorn IT IS THKUKFOIU'J OfUIHfn) ; : LZI '
Spades-A, Q hall have full forte and effect the That C T. fjtwhorne saId. defendantand
Heart,__ jo 7 Hearts -t vllllan, and Vivian Anderson the tame an If a part" of thiw. :rvnolutlnn.: : ha IH hereby required tn app HI' '
KOUUTir. That all of nalil paving to the bill. of .complain ni*'' J in ..iidfaiiN I'
Club-. ,, 10.9 Y I Clubs-none hero. I hall be of a width of Four and one- on or before Monday, the arc for 4 fall year.

U'lmonds' _9, J. .1 i A B I Diamol1\ls-J, It) half feet on each side of the pavingplaced Hlxlh day of May A. II. rwlna nmll.""t 'I wish. t. uk. Cranial. .t roar M.i>ila. Darnln Off.r. Ira .
pa 1:88 Z Spades-K, J, I\'\). P. 7 S :; there by; the Btata Itoad 1'- the allecatlona. of .nald bill will I .nc.... the ... .. .nt in vormcnt for. a .n. jmmr t*
: __ i.I......................... .partmant.he rurblna saul width la Included IN fendant.be taken a. confessed by aald d.- i t roar p.por and viva il..I. I h.v. uk.d with...nlpto.a .a... ,, t j'

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Hearts- noneI FIFTh That any and all .peclfl- IT FUriTHEIt: OrtPKRED: : That
I :; LAWTEYMra. : catlona shah ba furnished' by an enfflnuer I
thin order ha ,
I ClubsKQ,7 ptibllnhed once a week
flame -
4
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employed by this body for .
I a E. I::. Omrmr. Co for tour consecutive weeks In Bradford -
hiiamonds4 bat and hall .
uheaqueiit
pur pone
upon County Telegraph. at Htarke,
I .
Spades 6, S, 4, 2 ..... .... resolution of this body have Florida.WITNE8H. T. D.. _
............ uil force and affect a* If a part of the ......lor thin court aaalno o I .._, .___.

either the nine of dV- thl" r..lutlon.HIXTH. | the name of O. W. Alderman I j
There discard
Assooia-
are no trumps and Z is In the fore, to of hearts. II he discards The Parent-Teachers' That certain property Clerk of ('ourt, this! the 3rd day of 'tOwL..__..___ ... .. Statt.D .. _
**t J How can Y Z so play the hand monds or the ten Ion met In regular session at theVoman'a llona; and abutting tha said streets] April A. I>. 192t. .- _.. ........ ..... fI
that ; the nine of diamonds, Y s ei? v a haraliy dealcnatefl. a. the property O. W. ALHEnMAN.: 0 American Poultry
Good Stortr
"cks.: they can win; eight of the nine of diamonds is good. If he discards t,' j Club last Friday night :::f.a lly, banefltted by the Improvnherein : against! defense provided for and sail 0 I lum. CrcU
any hearts Mrood. with a large number attending A. H. CRIi1WH. J 4
ot
.z should lead the four of diamonds, ten of hearts, y's eight .Mneflta are hereby deemed and d"-I I Solicitor for Complainant. Q Capper's Farmer 0 I household
Suppose he discards the nine of Mrs. L. H. Hill, president, presld- .,l Iared to accrue to all (iota and 4-S-Et.6-3. Magazine 't
.l5 the trick in Y' hand with the diamonds is now adjoining' and continuous or aboundnic I O Dairy Farmer 0 Mojorn
;NnKY should lead the king' ofdCStt5 diamonds. Y'seight Ing. A nice program was carrIedout. or abutting upon said Improvamanta : -, Jlc '
row led. Z should discard I KOTIfR TO uPon'rou" ANt O Magazine 0
on which Z should discard the good and should be After the business had adJourned and that laid benenia aresereby CIIKUITUH Everby. Pot : ,
of clubs and A i. forcedto determined .. fnllown: O 0 Peep!.'. ftome
of the seven > r1
lead the during the social hour e
spades. Y should a Joua
now discard. He cannot That the respective lota and land. Farm Life '
of make one more I I Notice I. hereby given that all D 0 '. Popular Monthly '4
r/J" diamonds which B must win remaining delicious Ice course was served. adjoining and contiguous, oiindlnffT People's t
three
: the should club or Z'a abutting said improvements are tore. evateea.. latrlbutaea and Q Farm Journal 0 Standard :
:Jtt jack which Z Journal
and f
on discard will be held V iti
IlCard SSrirl Kood: .o be is forced to The next meeting at reby deemed banenttad In propor- 'II p..non. having claim avalnnttha FrulU Pout ,
3
} the four of pades. B is now of heart. Y should now the school house Friday, April (. tlon to the actual front footage onus estate of Harvey M. $nrd.r.: dacaaaad. 8(.d. Successful Farming k k
to ead which the ten streets named.HKVKNTH ar hereby t>..- '
,2rcd the trey of spades and Z should ao O Magazine 0 Woman'* World 1
of heart Would like for all member to at- Ctom J
WIth' the eight thai the whole' coat of I Sent the aama duly authenticated to
queen. discard of clubs. Z's king and laid the County Judge of Bradford county '
Y the eight Improvements provided In this '
tend.
should now lead the ace of spades th. 'eaolutlon Florida at his office In the court :
arc good-for shall ba assessed by Bpeelal l" : V :
l od L A j1 i. forced to discard. He cannot queen of clubs now MUM Mary Lee Wynn of Hampton aaaaaament on and acalnnt the hou.., In the City of Htarke.. within $ : M; N l' ,

:2 card a club or Z'. four clubs will win Last two triclu. spent a few day of last week idjolnlnir, contiguous, bounding and 'I 'na year from data thereof' or thin . --- -.- .- --. .- M 'Hj1I'1W'
crest ol the tricla.A in forced, there- abetting lands, and that the total notice will !be held la bar 'h.nto,1|



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t L PAGE RIOIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA FRm.\y. APIUL S. .?!
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I are you serious, or Is that a pi 1 I vides for the assumption by the I and Mrs! It. N. Crawford-,llldTlly

Bradford County Telegraph II I line?--8anford Herald. He's ser state of responsibility for payment LOCAL I Iii IL Mrs. J. n. Gaskin! 1111.1, All

Established 1877 I From Other Pens /lous. The word Is derived from a of all outstanding county Indebted 'Mary Reddish.
E ness of the board of public Instruc-
.. I collltilon between bunch of Gerow Bapp. Wade ,,
-- a exchanges districts 111"1'
- tion and the road and bridge PENENGI Marl

Fridays and Entered as Second Class andI./ typewriter key : the funds to come from the ii ii.Mason Gaskins motored to Jal,, !k'on'lI,
Published Weekly on Starke and Plant City give the I board.-Starke Telegraph. Looks, gasoline tax licensing of motor ve- Saturday afternoon.

j' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. strawberry: that beautiful schoolgirl 1 to us more like Avery Powell hicles and Federal aid. .ir MccllnAttention ; Mr. and Mrs. W. n K, ,r v }. '
stutters.--Greenville] Progress.o grandsons ana
S. Matthews ____..__.______ __ ___Owner and Publisher complexion Times-Union. --- --- In other words the burden ol of members and visiting Macclenny attended Mrs. Juhll"n', ,,, ;
-o- paying for the roads Is placed Masons Is called to the regu- .'hunch(
u J. C. Robinson_________ _____n_______ Managing Editor Starke Telegraph runs a very Uncle Den of the Palm Beach upon the automobile and whatever ''ar communication of Bradford Un.'on! Sunday and spi,, ,'he| r-
c .. Independent uses half a column malnder of the day
.. --- A. !\I. next wiih :vr
-- -- Interesting feature called "From telling the world about the goodness : Federal aid may be obtained. Fifty Lodge No 35. F. & Mrs. R N. Crawford at'

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Other Pens. Nothing: is published of a corn pone. Starke Tele- percent of the' revenue thus ob- Monday. evening 8 o'clock. This Cecil Crawford and
tained goes to retiring the coun the last meeting to be held before A ,1 i
from Ra'ford: however. graph wishes It eight lay- s
was on
borough were visitors s'
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Times-Union. er cake, whereupon Greenville] ties' bonded indebtedness for Grand Lodge meeting In Farm Sunday'. afternoonMr. I to 'nu,,

P ; Advertising Hates on Application. Progress says Uncle Ben is no reads, bridges and schools while Jacksonville April 10th. J. L. Oasklns ,
-- --'- nul __ ._ m__ __ __. Dill Pepper is spending the weekat cake-eater but We'll say that Uncle the balance the present goes system toward of completng highways -- Newer hhtcnsionsSewer: 1 Oaskins were transacting! hM\nl il\ <

the Holl'riB: Institute of Statesmanship Ben knows his groceries when it in Starke Monday.
The world is safe-a certain brand of cigarettes wins at with preference shown to lines are being run on
I .-Gainesville Dally Sun. comes to writing about anything A nice shower of
those counties which have not yet north Bay street from Its Interaction rain \ nUMi I,
Princeton Going to run for justice of the from corn pone to chocolate pie.- appreciated by the farnioi
built roads.It with Call street. The new i III,, th
Cross City News
Bill? section.Mr. .
o peace; of iesldenpes
number -
line will serve a
must be modern girl who driving mules improves o --0-- means that In counties with and Jackson and Mrs. Marvin Ilionin
That a says on Bay ,
Starke's city calaboose has \Ve have known for years that good system of roads as Putnam and children attended
Clark andJ. the,
[v the mind.Seminole broken Into the Literary Digest. Florida cities (land counties are county, building operations will streets. Superintendent of the hunt at Mr. and Mrs. S. II 'riuJ!

o- One writer says blankets are washed heavily in debt, but not until we cease almost entirely for the next L S.mmons: have charge son's Sunday afternoon.
read Grosvenor Dawe's speech to five years by which time it Is be- crews engaged; In the work.Ircgislators .
county is after the overloaded trucks using the there twice a year.-TlmesJnlon. .
he at Lake that In the various Tampa Retail depuTilTi.
The mayor denies the newspaper people lieved roads to' Tullalassee 'nt i
highways of that county. charge. Wales the other day did we realize counties will be on a parity basis. FIsk Tire Company established.' .
Senator E.: M. Johns of Starke, I
-o-- how great the aggregation was. According: to estimates adoption new building.
u-- G.V.. Hazen
There is a judge in Dade county who believes Governor Bradford county has passed the I Four hundred and ninety-six mil- of this system will reduce taxes in of and flrooker.representative left Sunday for Tallahassee Jasperlane undonnj\ ) f fl,
1400,000' mark for strawberry: lion dollars Is more than the entire Putnam county 85.57 per cent by erection of proposed new
Carlton what he In the organization sour
means says. to take part
1
I shipments. Not bad for three, United States of America expended removing the ad valorem taxes housl\I] here.
work of two legislative
..t o weeks.-Starke Telegraph. Not al, during the Revolutionary now levied for roads bridges and Bar tow Sound produclt,

4Y If Ponce De Leon were to land on one of our beaches in all, friend, not at all.-Gainesville, War. It is almost one-fifth the accumulated debt of the board of bodies Monday. Up of to committeeson press time equipment will be Installed i:

he would there. Dally Sun. amount of the national debt at the public instruction. Thursday the list Ernada theatre.
this day and time stay will
I which these two gentlemen
close of the Civil War. It is time Oracevllle
The counties of this state owe Site selected ,
ft
--0--- house had
3 3t o Never before in the history ol for retrenchment.-Palm Beach approximately $240.000,000 for serye In the senate and location of new high school.

N, 4 'r \V. C. T. U. should insist that dry congressmen provide Independent. not been released.
t w ; the strawberry industry at Plant roads and bridges and the various

themselves with leak-proof liquor containers. City has there been a larger or --o boards of public instruction $8- Manager; of lude1HCndcnt

more profitable crop as was grown In planning raids on the state 985U69.77 making total Indebtedness
; a -
Sp o J. D. Manning for the paRt several -
his An the same flattering gasoline tax our legislators should and
year. for road and bridges
5 months connected with the M- FLORIDATheatre
5' If think there is comical in the Mexican
anything
you reports are coming In from Starke remember that one of the reasons schools of $170,639.60 or 11,12 is managing the

J revolution, get within gunshot range of the combatants.For : and Lawtey.-Times Union. It is paid cheerfully and without per cent of the total composite C Evans Grocery Food, Store now next to the

---0__ complaint by the auto owner is debt.Hevenue .
o county Theatre, the former mana-
Gaiety
Beneath the dome of Florida's that he knows his money is. going GAINESVILLE
from the gasoline tax
the convenience of travelers roads signs of ample size Into the construction of good ger going to Perry to take charge
capitol lieswhatStarke Telegraph -
for 1928 amounted to 19000000.
should be at the intersection of road 48 and the Brooker of one of the company stores located -
placed Don't you mean "who?" roads. Divert any part of it to That, it Is claimed, could be augmented at that place. Mr. Manningwill PROGRAMSIVEEK: COM.:
$ road with road 13. -Palm Beach Independent. The other purposes and its popularitywill
; to 125,000,000 through increasing continue giving; customers ot ,nssuPHII.: NTIIMONDAYTUESDAV'y'
position puzzles us. Greenville soon wane. The one-cent gas the tax motor vehicle
-O on this store the same efficient ser- .
Progress. tax for schools was born of neces
li. State plant board declares they are not worried over the --oTo sity. With sixty days ahead of tees average to an amount of '15,not according exceedingan to vice establishment.1,1k.that has always, characterizedthe

Bimini bottle fly. Anything resembling a bottle from Bimini make it unanimous why not o.l1r legislators, some other method I weIght. Splitting: the revenue fifty -- Paramount 100 per teni Talk.

is worth investigating slap a fifteen-cent tax on gasolineand of raising money for schools arty $12,500,000 Is left to continue Evidently: .* Slll.ik. <> ing Picture

;n 7k( kt tk aIn do away with all other forma should be thought out.OcalaStar. the road program; while an When J. J. Bundel left Starke "The Letter"

at taxation, says the Starke Tele- equal amount Is left to retire the last week with Postmaster Hull With JKANMj: IMC.IM" :

k ::5 Georgia the Republican reward to the faithful are graph. Give 'em time. Bre'r Ilobnson aA -- present obligations for roads, for a day's visit to Ocala, It marked Plus

caned plums. Judging from the expression seen on the facesof i .-Times-Union. Why not great hue and cry Is being bridges and schools, over a 25-year the longest trip he has taken'n Paramount Talking Slums

'give 'em life? made by interested land owners I period without adding to the mill- direction from Starke since Eddie: PenlxMl In
the faithful in Florida they are being fed green persim- and others for the state road de- any
-0 he has been living here-32 years. MUSICAL DVNAMITi:
mons. Plant City, Starke and Wau- partment to" tl1rt construction on age.The counties of the state are di- Mr. Bundel has' made other trips filenulorfT hlslcis,
chula towns where the blush the Gulf Coast Highway, whichisn't I
0--- are v'ded Into three classes, first sec- since coming to Starke but none Crooning Melodies
lingers longest on the strawberry, on the preferential list. Engineers ond and third In the
preferential. ot them has exceeded the mileage Also
A South Carolina editor Florida' writes of his im- ,
visiting
.j and while It Is lingering the growers who know what they are 27 counties
first preferential are
between Starke and Ocala, a matter Mo\i<-tono Talking XcnnmlAnd
pressions when he returned to his native state, and of all stuff their boots, hats and talking about say there Is no Just Iflcatlou I- lifted! as follows: Liberty, GI1- of 60 miles. For all these

things observed by him "the greater attractions are the trees pocketbooks with the "kale" that for building the Gulf Coast christ Gulf, Calhoun, Washington, years he has been living quietly heart of C.cn. Kohl C.: Lit

that line the streets, the flowers in the gardens Too many Union makes the mare prance.-Times- through Highway a desolate which country would almostIts run Baker, Waukulla. Franklin, Gads- in Starke, a familiar figure as he (In Colors) I

den, Dixie, Lafayette Jackson takes his dally strolls about the 1.V5O: Mntlm-e &: Ktrning: 1 l.Vrf'
; of the beautiful shade trees of Starke are being sacrificed 0- entire length and would servea Hamilton, Holmes, Hendry, Santa town.

> o / With an offer of $1 per word for very small part of the state's Rosa Flagler. Union. Glades, Jefferson --,- I

his writings, Coolidge will probably i population. The road department Nassau. Taylor, Mad.son, One Pent Salt WEDNESDAYA
The Illinois congressman whose six trunks!: of liquor were coin some other expressionthan i seems inclined to concentrate its Suwannee, Bradford Clay Oka- It is not often the lowly penny Pathe Volceplav!

confiscated on his return from Cuba evidently believes in the "I choose to write."-Brad- attention on the highways that are loosa, stacks up in buying the same "ANNAPOLIS"li

good old American principle of "equal rights to all" If rep- ford County Telegraph. Wherein needed now, ''now ten years hence These counties, under' the proposed -: amount as a much larger coin but \ JOHNNY !M'K ltlM>%>
there's not so much coin In coined which la u wise policy.-Ocala in for the next few days Mitchell's
s resentatives of foreign governments can bring or ship in their system' would have spent Pius HIS ANGEL'Illid)
phrases. Cross City News Star. oads, $28,438,848.76 or beginning Drug Store In going to place It on Paramount News

{ ;y liquor unmolested why not representatives of this govern- o =a with 1930 $9,000,000 a year un- par with any other coin that happens 13-30:' ;Matinee &: ":Vt'l1hl/lI.o/ : .

S; + ment? Putnam county in furnishing The educational survey commission til 1933. when but $1,438,848.75would to purchase any one articleIn

the spuds, Bradford county the created by the 1927 legislature bespent.. This amount their line of specials now being

o strawberries Marion the cream has presented its findings ina would be sufficient to build an offered It means that you can TIIURSDAY-FRIDAY

Superintendent Griffis intends to give the public full information and Hendry the sugar.-Bradford 30-pugo booklet and is now con- average 35 miles of road in each buy one of these articles at the A Vitaphone Voice Pius)

l concerning the Lawtey school building steal per- County Telegraph. But what Is ducting hearings In various parts county price marked and then for one additional .).\"lIt a KI: :

dinner without celery- Sun ford of the state tw discuss the findings They would have been relieved penny you can pick a twin (of Singing Fool Famei' in

petrated by the contractors and the architect for the board. Herald. Send up a sample crate. and recommendations It bas made. of a total of 5157557.06 In ad brother or sister, as the case might I "Sonny lloJIlls /"

Rumors at the time of the that it for This commission headed by I, E.
letting impossible ---
was a --oMarriage valorem taxes during this! period. be of the article bought. Their Own Starring Picture

55 55contractor to bid on the building without "consulting" the and bridge have muchn Phillips of Jacksonville recommends The second group In which Put- advertisements tin the local page I Plust'ollriglaiia

!" common. If hearts are trumps that county school boardsbe Is included. the last describe some ot the bargains on
county
nam & Paramount
architect because of the wide variance between plans and :
members
of
she married him for love. If diamonds composed Kevin sale.
on the list, names Columbia, High- I's.so Matinee &: KvonlnKSATURDAY: ib-in
specifications, take on a new light now that the contractor has are trumps she married who should be elected by the peo- land, Walton Collier St. Lucie, noo'rsi'S

quit the job after securing practically all of the funds from the him, for money. If clubs are ple and serve without pay and that Citrus, Okeechobee, DeSoto, Leon, ItKACH:

board trumps she is most likely looking the county sdperlntendent shouldbe Lee Escambla Brevard. Charlotte, Pro-
on "estimates" furnished by the same architect, with Metro's Synchronized
We
are to
for another partner. Gaines selected by them' and not sorry report Miss
Hernando, Sumter Indian River,
duction
the building about three-fourths completed. ville Dally Sun. through the ''ballot box. This is Frankie Murrhee Is on the sick
St. Johns
Martin Seminole ,
Levy
---o- only one> of the changes! recom- Ala- list this week. We wish her a "Tide of the Empire"With
o Hardee, Osceola, Bay, Pasco
Putnam county Is furnishing mended but it Is one on which speedy recovery.Mr. .

During the time contractors for hardsurfacing state road spuds Bradford county the straw- our entire school structure hangs. chua', This, Broward group would Putnam.receive no and Mrs. G. W Roberts and lcnot[ Ailoreo and \\'m. t'olli".

berries, Marion the cream and Unless we take the schools out of daughter, of Lawtey. was visit Jr.
28 are located in Starke with their machinery, property own- construction! revenue until 1933, WIGGLE KllW
Hendry the sugar Bradford politics the maximum of efficiency ing !Mr. and Mrs. U, .Crawford Plus YOUR

s ers on streets in need of paving should give the paving propo- County Telegraph To Marlon will not bo reached and but few expended when but in$7,581,161.25 the 27 counties would be In Sunday afternoon. Paramount News. '

sition serious thought. It is not likely the town will ever county, Florida can sing, "You'rethe of the'other recommendations of 1934?8589911.45 would be ex- Those attending church at Union 13-40 Matliro Night l-.OPure

; Cream In my Coffee."-Ocala the commlsslbn'made effective.- Sunday from here were Mr. .
construct additional paving on any other basis than assessingthe Banner. Ocala Star. pended, making a five-years' total' -
lot
for
$16,151,072.70 new construction --- -
entire cost to the property owners. Should the town ever -n------ ---nlireping or an average of 19.7'

I agree to pay one-third the cost, the property owners remainin who The used two to old alt in Kentucky the shade colonels of the I've kept that schoolgirl Step complexion miles expended of road on In each an equal county basisThwivuintles wereIt .

two-thirds: will amount to more than the entire cost will now honeysuckle vine, touch mint julep ". would be relieved
glasses and discuss "boss I've walked a mile for a smoke;
it they will go ahead with the paving while the contractor is of ad valorem taxes for principaland
racing now touch ginger ale bottles I've asked the man who owns one ''
Interest requirements on a total -
on the ground.It : and discuss the high cost olIvlng. And he tells, me It keeps him debt included under plan for I

Times-Union. Such Information broke '
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five years time of a total of $38-
i o Is refieshlng-ly Innocent.o I know that a child can play it, 912.768.35.

that the citrus ---- To guard the danger line I try; D
appears industry will benefit from teeth Group No. 3 comprises) Monroe,
Some of the best bootleg wit I.. I know when it's time to retire
being placed in tho green fruit law, resulting in better pricesto key will not kill within twenty. And I've heard that they satisfy; Manatee. Marlon. Sarasota Vo-
1 lusia, Duval Lake Palm Beach,
the .growers and better fruit to the consumers. That law tour hours. Jacksonville Times- But there's one things that baffles Dade, Orange. Polk, Pinellas and i
UnIon. How do you know? How me.Even --"' -.-
should be broadened to take in other fruits and If Hlllaborough. This group gets a ,
produce. do you feel I now? Where did you for a lifetime I strive; I
new construction plan of $410-
every strawberry grower in Florida had to place his name on I get it? How much? It you are I'd like to know just whether or 088.55 under the five-year plan --- SUGAR --- Cane
till! alive] give him our address! not
each crate of berries he sold to and this amount In 19:U. This
1 or shipped as a guarantee -Largo Sentinel. I'm one of the four or fivet
group Is relieved of a total amount nEST GRANULATED
buyers of the pack, it would result in the elimination of those --0--- -The Store. of $37,719.297.95:! of ad valorem
Warden BUtch over at Raltord,
-I growers who care nothing about the quality of their product. says, "the closing down of the I've learned French In my spare taxes during the five-years period. 10 Pounds 52cOldPOTATOESFinn
The plan Includes the abolition -
TJuyers of strawberries in the northern states deserve protection prison shirt factory will throw .moments. of the personal tax on automobiles. 'I -
some 150 prisoners out of work." And entertain with the musical
- 5 and a grower's label protects both the honest producer Whether plan be constitutnona
; Too bad, and some of the poor saw;
remains to be seen. It has
sand the consumer. fellows have as many as 20 yearsto I've been told. without obligation many
defects but has also
hang around to do nothln In- How to gain riches within the many merits
() chief of which Is the Immediate
Palatka Times-Herald. law
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relief to the different counties. On
It should not be for our city council to await -- I know when I save the surface
. necessary the other hand, there Is a FANCY
strong
And now the three-car family That the bristles can't fall out; SMOOTH
:protests from: citizens on public nuisances before they will Is striking America, nut especially And that I need no longer be told possibility that the car owners may
howl. In any event It is the
take action to relieve the situation. There are two stables in because we are so prosperous but That my foot's expensive no logical plan yet presented, thoughIt only 10 Pounds- 20c
because we are so prosperous but doubt; -
Starke, one condemned by the state health board and the oth- bridge parties, the husband must I know the pipe's right It made be to the Interest of bond
houses it also reacts to the .
er described by the city health officer as being "as sanitary as go to his golf; and the kids just of brass of the public. --- -- Interest

naturally go to thunder.-ICJ In My spare time pays and how;
stable could ba" and they continue in existence with the S
a ap- eesburg; Commercial. Maybe my best friend will tell me Duval county Dairy Herd Im- MILK

AT proval, silent though it may be, of the council. For the past -p Eventually why not now? provement Association has recently -
Tampa Times says it men follow -Tarpon Springs Leader.
several weeks it has: been a case of passing the buck betweenthe he edict of the National Aaaocia- .emu--- laboratory donated near funds the for county equipping agent's a Van Camp's Carnation

council, the mayor, the city health officer and the marshal, ion of Clothiers In dressing to TAX RFLihFPalatka : : office In Jacksonville. The labora- SMALL
t tS I match their hair, guys with a bald 5c SMALL
tory will be used !in testing milk 5y2cLARGE
a? each individually agreeing they constitute a menace and 'dome will have to edge on their ( Dally News.) for butterfat. LARGE

should be removed. Residents of the affected localities do less fortunate brothers. Bradford A plan for immediate financial lOc llc

: County Telegraph. We know tax relief to the counties of Flor-
CARD OK
not appreciate the attitude taken by the city officials in refusIng some who In this case could have ida, at the same time providing for TIIAXKH

4 to order the removal of the source of a very unpleasant! their pockets full of moths.-Cross the completion of state system of We take this method of express-

I City News. highways will probably be presented Ing our thank and M C STORE Starke
odor and the breeding places o" millions of flies. To say the o the gratitude to
? to legislature by Governor those who were so kind to us during ,
least, such institutions do not fit in with any known plan for The Times-Union poInts out that Doyle: E. Carlton, when that body the long Illness and death of .J

a more beautiful and sanitary town. Xypoltrlbydroguluthartlc acid Is convenes this, week our mother, Mrs. Louisa Swindell. Iff't -,. -. ,. '
made from peanut shells :
Say, Broadly speaking the plan pro- .
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