Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02380
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Itablished 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c--ayabl! ; in-Advance y. S. Matthews\ Owner. and Publisher_ l '

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Previously reported, qts. ___________*___________,2,165,696 I Want New Road y I" :'

: REDUCED NEARLY ONE-HALF Shipments for week ending Apr 10th _________ ___ 108,752 I ', The board. of bond trustees of BYU.S.JURYIN ;

i i Bradford county, 1 Florida, met' :
-- Total shipments to April 10th qta. __________ 2,274,448 t April 2nd, In regular session will ':'Ji"'fr. ?r
of dim Anil MONEY
paned! SUit Mayor II. C. Wall Col. A. S. the following; member present: 'j
| Auto Fiimli to Pay On Roail Federal Money Crews!: Messrs. A. J. Thomas and F:. S, Matthews, chairman, OHnynes .

,And General KdioolIndrbtcdiMfut. Receipts previously] reported __._________ ________$652,051.44 Maurice Kdwnrds returned \\'pd-1 1nosday J. II. Ultch, W. K.: Torode --------

For week 10th ___________ night front Tallahanso Minutes of the last meeting' wen I'ol-inrr .
Forestry} Receipts for ending Apr 28.275,521 where t they had attended I the meetIng i read and approved.i iovrriior N ( .I..Itt..1Vitla| t

' -nrter the plan proposed by Coy railed' by the state road dr i S. F Morgan railed attention IInvln/l/ 1.1.u..l Counter. "J I '

''r 'l0i Carlton for the Immed'ata A check' for 3342.00 JIIre"! Ll I Total receipts to Apr. 10th ____________ _____ _$680,326.961]: parlment road for 28. receiving Mayor Wall bldsl state relate \ '' of the board to crowning. from tetttug-King.Jacksonville. ,1' 1 t
'l'OIld 48 to road leading to his set 7
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.llIl'181) relief of the counties and ,reived by the local forestry offlc I \Vednemlay/ night\ that L. M, Oray jtlement I same' being a coinmunlt) \ Apr. 10- Sidney!

't the continuation of the Arcs brings the total of federal money HIM, .,)('J.XI'U: : TKMfOUAKVHfSlXKSSKH was the apparent low bidder 01\ road. requested the board to m k( J. Calls 8r.. former governor; of ,ls',\ !(1
system of building state received by the Florida Forest Beef Cattle ANew : : the project running from the urn some Improvement to crossing. Florida and twice candidate for 1 y!
t I I governor\ was yesterday Indicted ""i L
high-I ford county line through Lake !
:Service superintendent
in Bradford during! the present fls'alyear Tile maintenance .
y taxes Under, and the Duval 1 \EngineerIng by a federal grand Jury here 'j
would be (' : up to $22,910.40 accordln IndustryFor The city council! of the city olStarke. was in strutted to Investigate the
charged with
!.il) estate met Company was low bidder on having financed a
Fiorina April mutter.
,een 40 and 60 percent Should I Ie to Harry Lee Baker, state torestei in regular, seuHlon with all members the project running/ from the tin- I|| A petition was presented by II. counterfeiting ring: whose goal It :
the According to Mr. Baker the Unite The South was to put Into circular c
legislature accept plan and present. Minutes' of the last ton county line through Stark L Batten and others requestlnf a mil
constitutional amendment bled States Pepartment of Agriculture meeting were read and approved.An The board will take the bids under I the board to locate road from The lion dollars In bogus money, /ij'

favorably by the people of i Is willing to co-operate to th'e' ordinance was passed regulating consideration and make the reiwa. to Clay county line to Inter i The former governor wa Indicted M 1
orlda, all property ot the state limit under the Clarke-McNar (Synopsis of address by Mr. II.. licenses on temporary businesses award within the next few days. I poet with road 28 near' W. W. together with Julian flax :': '

i>uld be freed from road taxes, law which permits the Federal McDowell, manager, Swift & Company In Stark Mayor Wall also stated that the 1'l1ckhalll's. The chairman appointed Tampa attorney, Maeto Mir and '1"'
providing our roads to be i bids for curb and gutter, necei Hitch I Armando Domlnzeuz, of '
e plan Service to spend one-fourth of' th \Moultrle, Georgia, before A resolution was passed requirIng committee of J. II. Tampa .
ilk and maintained solely by the widening of pavement or nary' where the road will be will W. H.: Toroth and O. Haynes, tc Federal Judge: Lake Jones yea-. I ,
nee< who use them. cost of the protection of force \the ninth annual. meetinir ?! tbe Madison and Water streets' to 29 I ened through the towns, was t at go over the section and report tc terday set Dial's bond at $35,000, ''ft.1't t.;, .
The plan as outlined by charts lands when the state spends an Railway Development Association feet, and payment for additional the lowest received' > for some time the board and the bond of Cattn and the other j'\:
hmltted to county officials over equal amount and the property width to be made by adjoining the bid price being 70c per lineal Mr W. A, Ml'adell requested the two men at $17,500. d
their inspection and of \the Southeast' in Jacksonville,, foot. With the three feet of rock Catta .''
estate for owner spends one-half. Reforestation property owners. : board to furnIsh material- for and the others are charged. 'j'H3
proval 1* one of such maR nt- work including raising and Florida, March 21, 1929.) base and surface treatment It I lit bridge where road from, his (com in two separate' Indictment, one ,
,le that it will require a clone distribution of forest tree seed WILL I'UOHKrVTK: : FOHHTKAMNO 'believed the rout. per lineal too mil nlty Intersects. with rood 2. The of two counts and one of five, with Ii r';', u
determfne: how far-reach- : for the paving on Madison stree was aiding and abetting In the nbta I t
IIdy to !lliiKi Is also re-imurtiable under The annual-recepte! of cattle al maintenance superintendent : manufacture 4 ,
,it Its benefits will be, but many; -- I will exceed $1.25 Intruded to investigate I of fake $100 notes. ldf j '
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Federal agreements With an MoultrIe, Increased from 3,000llaad '' n'!
already exprellf.edcmselves I Tile /
Iliclals have Warrants were issued this week A motion was made to prepnradvertisement government charged that at
favorable to the idea. of only $12,500 per In 1917 to 30,000 head 1 In, In Green Cove Springs: for the arrest KIIIK: IlOIOHDAMAfllO:!! I4EltlOl'14 for clearing on rood! : the outset of the operations the M. r I

Is supposed to bring about r a year for forestry work the Federal 1938. The average live weigh! of Henry Starling; and I.er TO i IXI'IM'Or.M: through the Ilnntdruln I I section middle of last December Dins: recuilrod .- I'

o-fold benefit-bringing Immedte appropriations have made pos lble changed from 400 pounds In 1917to Johns, residents of Clay round, IIUCTORVVii: : 1':0.\;: \' I $5.000 for the purchase of ,\ult-: '.
financial relief to the heavily: the actlv'tles of the Florida Boar COO pounds In 1928, and the av east of Lawtey, for I heft of tltnbei\ I __ m.i lu4M, ,\!'! : i prpHNen and other equipment for .'l'' r"'

luHul counties in the state and of Forestry and the placing of over erage' annual price changed from from a large; tract of land adjoinIng !\fontl'llopr.. 5.--Tho Kpls: Itl::1'INt'r! hull M_.lU'll, IICJI: the making of spurious notes ami 'I'
time providing for the' I that Catta advanced him that i is: ,
the same Owner hid
640,000 acres of forest land uude five cents per' pound In 1917 tc the Penney properties. copal rectory caught flrt \\rellnes.* .I,
.triplet Ion of an adequate system represented by amount, taking! a flctlct'ons mortgage ':
pnved roads In the non-bonded protection. tight and one-half cents per pound Col.of this A. S. Crews are of Starke, am day afternoon, a little lifter :2:0! : Hal. on tmul March 1 $08.7! I : on Diaz's otllof and law library. Yo I, )
small In 1928. o'clock and the flames' had game Relief fund Itev KIcHU-r 13,1Memberships II.11 t"
unties and counties with a he will prosecute the two named It In alleged that there' wan : fJ 3
utslandlng debt, whose system of KARLY: VKCJKTAIlLKtf: : : The quality of cattle received al for cutting and hauling ties free such headway that at first. It wa 6.0C II an nndrrntandlng': between the two f; 1 ,,1\ J

.ads is very poor and incomplete Moultrie In 1917 ran as follows: the tract in question.WILL thought the building: ': could not 1 he Donation II. II. Raymond I that Calts was to get $25,000\ In .
For relieving the property owns I In spite of the long dry epel ll, Choice to prime, none; medium tc saved. N. Y. 20.OC counterfeit' money for the money ,:
of the tax on his lands and to broken' by showers Wednesday afternoon I OPEN C'UJ.Ul I'ACTOIIV\ he Invested. .1
1 good, 1C per cent; fah', 25 pei HoweverfontlCl'IIt1I! voltmtee Florida relief fund _100.0C
a fund for retiring! these Messrs.' B. S. Carroll and I CllIU IMNNIlllNflf'fl\ .c1li : !I:
.. (ln an dcontinue building the B. It. Sapp have one of the fine rent; and tanners, 60 per cent. In resident fire department' arrived on the Sl'ot It was further alleged (hat 11;> jpl i 'e

.m stem< of state highways, the plan two-acre patches of cucumber 1928, choice to prime, 5 per (cent; of John Starke llolton, has moved a former his famtl) at the soonest possible time oni Total 1 __.._________ -,-- UOIi.86' Calls had made nn arranpemelltdt; ,,/t :U1

"opoHes to increase the total now seen in this section In many yean, medium to good, 20 per cent; fair here from Jacksonville and will' did Home heroic work with the re- DldburHements: with a New York bank teller thru j! ',iff,

,Ing received from gasoline: and Mr. Sapp) brought a few of the 45 per cent; and canners, 30 per open a cigar factory OH, soon ai suit that tho main part of the Dunlnp family ______ .___ 22.2 who all counterfeit money roado r ,!!,,rj, ;

itomnblle! tax. For 1928 approx- cucumbers to town Wednesday afternoon rent. quarters ran he secured and, hli building; was saved, though con Loral, expenses _______ 3.00 by Dulz and h'fl HHHoclatns would ';'t4 1 ,
nately $19,000,000 was secured and will start shipping tc- 30 per cent of the beef demanded equipment arrives. !Mr Hallo elderable I damage was done i)rugH/ ______? ___ ___ 5.Of be put into circulation. When Dlaa ,. .( ; d
om gasoline and automobile tax- day. The vines almost! hide the and consumed In the southeast t was employed by Oeo. L. Masse Hev. Carleton was In Perry 11IId< Memberships) sent l to headolllre made hU first alleged run of notes ""I'
This amount ground and are full of blossom I on the prenn at Tampa, Cults, It la Ij'il tj a
< and Federal ad. and fruit. !is choice to prime, 40 per cent years ago when the Starke Clgai !Mrs. Carleton wait nt the reslrlenr \ _________________. 9.0C charged not satisfied with ;
to the
Increased according young
.10 nonsors be to $25,000,000 by In- Walter L. Grime living two medium to good, and 30 per cent I Company'ulng was the Masonic operating.Mall upstalnadjo and of a friend, and It Is though ,hnt Florida relief fund __ .___lOO.Ot I their appearance, saying that they 1 t#' '

easing the present motor vehicle miles north of Lawtey, has a bean fa'r.'! I he has a reputation of being; a (ran children playing with Ire( l'lltI8cJ! Cash on hand _____.__ __ 06.01 I were not good enough.; It Is ohargfld. -
'Jr: .nse fees not ,to exceed on the crop to be proud of. The seed Analyzing the demand In the' BClentlous worker. Ills line of the building to catch. I and demanded that more perfect -

veruse' for all cars $15.00 each were planted Just four weeks ago southeast to show the average; cigars will carry the Starke brand< The dan\nge will be Homethln: 1 Total _.___ ___ ___ __ $205.8( ones be produced. The counterfeit ,t tI ;'
tab Increase' being proportioned and the vines are now full of blot weight beef ot the different QualIties and will retail for five and I let n like $2,000 or more, but It I III Mrs. Ii. H. Young, money was made at Tampa
.,cording to the weight, and in some and young': beans. Even the the following i and distributed. at Miami, the government
section'would be hard demanded we can use cents. thought t It will be covered by I he Treasurer I
eu of this Increase, the present Okeechobee lengt ; OtRl IlO1)ENT Insurance. New (,l&lIetL./tl/ ij.Almtaht: to DIII Dlai charges arrested: time a
,rsonal property tax now leviedn put to beat a croprtuthis HAMPTON" (' ; was name ago
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motor vehicles will be eliminatil. of time. 30 per cent fair with run/asset IS.lnnU: -- -- .- -- notice ev.pryj ( !!;. JflSia (chuptei ,after government men found a. '
weighing 200 to 400 pounds dress KPKClAL: "SKHVH'IIM': : r1TMl'TIlOIiST'II11(11 needs moneys |r\-cjarry on I the work fake $100) bill InI law book: at t 1'

In addition to the road debt of ('(,l'B KNTKKT.msISITOUN; : !! ed. !Miss Ada Nlmmo, correspondent! : Mt'MlAI; l Donations BvrepttuI any time I his office lie Is aliened to have
.. luieii ardent supporter' of Catt ; }
with -
school 40 cent good carcaasetwelgh'ng --
he counties, the general per
md Indebtedness of the state of At the meeting of the Starke Exchange : :: 300 to 450 pounds dressed from Hampton which In recovering occurred,; from las There will be special service C'OM: MITTKI: :' AI'roiNT1iINTs> : ; !! In the gubernatorial campaign of f
will be Included Club last week two prominent an accident at the Methodist church Sunday I In l' --- last year, He made constant trIps
early $9,000,000 JackHonville citizens were entertalned Saturday, when she was struck by League beginning New York time It wan it
charge of the Kpworth to some ago
total county's legislators -
,i the scheme, making a with There will AH usual Bradford : ,
cent choice car- bicycle In Hampton. +
30 a
Mr. Smith president c per and
of the week of recreation further charged, and bought counterfeit
obt I to bo taken off of property Clu, 400 to 550 pounds, be no news from Hampton In ttiliisue. are found on several ol
In- the Jacksonville Exchange Gasses weighing culture. money which ho distributed cl
pproxlmately $171,000,000 boards, debt and division superintendent of the, dressed. ( There will be the regular set the Imllorttlnt;.' committee appointments In Florida, ha1'lnpaid/; about t ,

>'I ludlng this manner of the school will leave' the en- American Railway Express Company This means there Is no demand tipping the horns of all rattle be. vice Sunday morning In charge of of the two houses, 1'ronl I- $40 for $1,000 In bogus money j 1..

'ire milage assessed for schools and Mr. Imeson, second vie In the southeast for beef cattle fore. they are loaded. This wll! the Leaguers. In the evening at dent' Parrinh of the senate, ant: Cattn In the Indictments t la art
president of the National Exchang 900 alive and 8 o'clock a special program ha I Speaker Oetzen of the house' announcing charged with knowingly aiding
the operating than
''I toward paying weighing more extent
go Club I and a member of the Jack make the horns More to an beou arranged as follow: the personnel of t tlicli, Diaz In I the panning of the spurious
xpennes of schools. raised' sonvllle city commission. Bot tattle weighing more than this that will keep them from hooking Young People's Battle Song by committees last Thursday notes on various persons. Investigation !- c
With $25,000,000 being and visitors gave Interesting': talks on will not sell at the top of the mar one another in transit. If this Ions Leaguers./ standing and the Indictment of the I If ;
early from gasoline, eachear Exchange work and what is bein!! ket in the different classes bill can be saved, the packer will advance Prayer. men came us a result of effort
oderal aid, It la proposed in to a fund accomplished by such clubs In this I must be purchased by the packet the market price on live cattle Violin solo by Owen Drlflln. In tile list of senate appointments of George II. Ilrodnax, of Atlanta, tJ

nder, place the $12,600,000 of a boardf section. at a discount because the weightof Song, "lie Included\ Me" bLeaguem. Senator E:. M. Johns wall United States secret service operative
supervision -S named on the following; Public In charge. of this division, and
f state officials to be applied to APTKItMMXV the cuts does not meet the de lUwults of Calves From Pure HmlBirrs i c'perelfwe. '
road and F'litl'; "Teach Me to Pray" sung by utilities, chairman county organizations Oeorge( T. Kllner: secret service*
retirement of county mand.
'.ridge and boards of public in- Fire burning-in a field of broom There Is an ever Increasing demand It Is a positive' fact that firs Juniors.Offertory. game and fisheries, chairman ) The allan. of Cults as contained ''r ,: .'

Mnictlon! Indebtedness outstanding': sage In the western part of tow for light weight beet and all cross calves which have received Solo-Miss Ethel (Irif ln. prisons and convicts, finance' In tho IndIctment I II Oato, the
'Jan. 1, 1929. This revenue of Monday afternoon threatened t to fed cattle to be marketed In the Identical handling as scrub calve Song by Congregation; and taxation, judiciary "A", ap Spanish word for Catt, Dlai'a alias '. ''

J12.500.000 will retire the prln- destroy two houses In its path, and South should weigh 800 to 900 will bring two cents per pound Trio-Paul Knight, Nolan Ca propriations. IM J, L. Dial, the Indictment read. ;a
Ipal sum, $171.000.000, together fire department was called In the house Representative O. between Catta
'lth interest accruing thereon,, pounds alive or come within the from the packer and these same nova and William Duncan. The arrangement
Chemicals were used to stop the I will the following and Diaz alleged to have been
beef class. We received at Onward Epworth Leaguers W. llazen serve on are
within a period of 25 years, with- the distance from the nearest baby first cross calves. when given a In December r
flames, League benediction. chairman coup- made In Tallahassee *
'>IUt t the further levy of an ad va Moultrie In 1928 1500 head long to the : Agriculture,
being too far to I little better handling/; up
fire hydrant Is charged,
Pianist-Paul Knight': organization, judiciary/ "K 1;, Shortly afterwards, It ;
orem tax for such purpose. use the pumper.pended fed cattle. Of these 30 per cent weaning period usually\ sell at tout ty after Diaz received the alleged $5.- 1
The remaining ,$12.500,000 we'ghed 900 pounds or less alive cents per pound above scrub calves MISH!!: IIA/.KL: UMIKKHILLIIO.VOKKD: judiciary "W', livestock, public 000) from Calls, the former spent u' I t

available yearly would be countiesnow used In making/ a five-years' total I and 70 per cent averaged! 1100 of the same age besides weighing : ) ,\TRTY amusements, prohibition and en- $1,000 of the money In making;

building with roads in Incomplete those sys- of 16151072.70 for new con. pounds. We should get the information considerably more. forcement. l road> for Mir at Tampa, who was) Jk'

'tem ot state little highways or paying touch r Btruction or an average of 19.1, to the cattle raisers as Second and third cross calves( The most enjoyable social event .' .:IIITI:H: iu.i: In jail on a charge of being aa i9 r

construction and maintenance miles of road on a basH of $30,00 to the weight of cattle that will because of better conformation, of the season was held April 6tl Toil MRS.!! A. L. DL'IIDINMm. : alien' In the order that Mir might and obtain (

and In those other counties per mile, in each county basU wer' ,I bring the top of the market properly handled, are bringing all In the evening at the borne of \Mini equipment for necessary the manufacture plates of a p1

>lth complete or practically complete It expended on would an equal be relieved' i AdynntiiKc" of Baby IWvfCalves the time five to eight cents per Kdna! Lewis. The guests. starter A. L. Durdln, 53, resident. the counterfeit money. All equip '), i

systems of roads, to pay off These counties taxes for principal I weighing 450 pounds can pound above the price of scrub arriving about 8 o'clock. The home of Jacksonville for the past several ment seized was of the most modern

the indebtedness incurred by The the of ad Interest valorem requirements on a total ,. be fed 150 days and made Into calves; of the same age. vas beautifully decorated with year and a native of Lafayette typ,;. operatives said. ( ,

ountlea In such construction.build and debt included 1 under plan fOI. baby beet and will cost less! per Alabama Is far ahead of all other roses and II Ilea. This event was: county died at her home liniitkt Minister :t
in short, proposes to 1150 .:ast Thirteenth street at 12 ":
Catts has been prominent In
of $38,, than two year-old
roads in those counties having little five years time: of a total pound of gain We southeastern states In the way held In honor of Miss Hazel Un o'clock Monday morning following Florida politics for a number ofypurfl. ';

or no roads and pay for them 912.758.35. Monroe,, steers given the same ration. they have developed their beef cattle derhtll's seventeenth birthday. a long HlneMH.Mrn. He was governor of the k
without taxing the land owner; Croup No. 3 comprises Vo can) meet the demand for light proposition. This is due!' largely \ After many amusing and Interesting ))11 rdln, daughter of the tate from 1916 until 1920 and In

'In Bounties with highway systems Manatee' Marlon, Sarasota Palm Reach, weight beef by putting! our cattle to natural pasturage in the games the guests were served late Mr. and Mrs. Anson Geiger, the last Democratic primary ran ,
already constructed the money willhe lusla. Duval, Lake Polk, Pinedas and on feed younger and can really cut black belt in Alabama but every delicious refreshments by the was a woman loved by everyone second In the) rare. He was Identified '

used to take up the bonds floated Dade Orange, This, group gets i anew I the turnover time !In the life of a state In the southeast can develop tioronee'g mother, the host's mother who knew her and she lived her ( In tho state as a Baptist minister d
| for their construction. Hlllsborough. and by satisfying life In the> hearts of other people, and oho ) -
cent a
construction plan of $410, steer 60 per adequate permanent pastures. at and Mrs. M. Crosby assistingt ,
The divided '
counties of the state are always ready to give a at'.rampa
Into three classes, first, second 088.55 under the five-year This plan the demand of the consuming public low cost and be in position to \ a late hour the guests took their hand to the sick and needy. .ned one, It was of elated Maples I'1 .

and third preferential. In the and this amount In 1934.amoun for light weight. beef get the properly handle a cattle herd. Last departure, stating that they had She wan married to A. L. Dur for hits arrest was sent yesterday +, t

fret preferential are 27 counties group; Is relieved of of a total ad valoren top of the market for our fed cat- summer Alabama cattlemen Hold spent a most enjoyable, and wished din December 2, 1896, soul then to DaFunlak Springs his home, rye

Wfd as follows: Liberty, Gil- of $27,719,297.95 five-years' period, tle. One outstanding reason for 20,000 calves that had not been the charming Ml Underhill moved to Hampton where her first and his) arrest In expected today by E..$

Christ, Gulf, Calhoun Washington taxes during the takes over the aker, Waukulla, Franklin, CJads- This plan only boards -of public getting 14 to 16 cents for all of hit per head. At this rate the calves -- S --- vats born Later she moved to Federal officials! ) yesterday de- 4
den> Dixie, Lafayette Jackson general; debts bonded of Indebtedness I fed steers and heifers the last From the pure'' bred sires would Approximately $250,000 was Jacksonville, where she resided until 'lared that the alleged counterfeit1 1 II

Hamilton, Holmes Hendry, Santa Instruction, school districts no three years Is that he gives us all the cost of the bull several Drought Into the Leesburg district her death. II1IC operation. of the four Indicted ,
Rosa special tax pay she lit
Flagler. Union Glades. Jet- of ) Resides her survived men was one of the boldest undertaking
being taken Into consideration baby beef grades. Limes over each year. set week by movement of the daughter Mrs. W. F, j
tenon Nassau, Taylor Madison ii by one /;* of Its kind ever recorded ; ,
Suwannee, Bradford, Clay, Oka.ooaa. There would be no reduction assessed Things to ( .rr.>ct The demand for Teal in the I early spring cucumber crop approximately riachols l ; two sisters Mm. W. 1 K.nullett .1 In this section. Government In-
i Bradford county of mlllages tax dis We should endeavor to Induce L'nlted States has never been satis- 200 carloads baring Jacksonville, and Mr. Lll- -r-estlgator declared that the quar- j ,

These counties, under the pro- for special school Indebtedness our cattle raisers to discontinue led and this fact Indicates we I been shipped and an average price lie Sauls of Cross City; one broth fet had advanced the Idea of makr, t

nosed system, would have spent inroads ride, but the $30,000 board would b< Belling feeder steers and calves to should give marked attention to I of close to $1,200 a carload real. er. Kudu Geiger of Cross City; approximately)/; a million dol- g i

$28- 38.848.76 or beginning! of the school Bradford county has northern and western outlets and >reedlng tiP' our herds Belling off zed by growers, according to surrey three granddaughters, Margaret ars before ceasing operations In j' '

frith 1933 1930, $9,000.000 a year un- atoll over.debt of $80,000 In the various feed' out these cattle at horn, utilizing tbe: bull calves and making the i of the principal cucumber ,aco,Rachels Pearl Laco; one and grandson Minnie, Harry Dorothy -- his section Should Calls and the all
when but 11,438,848.76wOUld a other men be convicted on
district)I of cottonseed still
school local supply centers. While
tax our for the cost of extra '
be spent. This amount waives pay Laco. counts they. would be subject .to 1
be ufflclerft to build an average of the county. Bradford meal and hulls. By doingthis handling pure bred sires and any I good, price were materially lowr The body rested at the residence prillon sentences totalling a hun- I !

35 miles of road on basis of For roads and bridges. totalling our cattle raisers should In- other expenses Incidental to a iln- > than for the preceding week. until 3:30: o'clock yesterday Ired years each, It was stated jt t

130,000 per mile In each county. I rounty has bond issues with the $30. ereai tbelr net Income from the ere: effort to breed up a herd oftitle. fancy or first grade cucumber, attrnoon, at which time funeral The_trial of Catt and his al- })
They would have been relieved $985,000 and this a total cattle herd and be more Interest about 60 per cent of the output, services were held Interment was Red associates probably will take

ff a total of $5.157.557.06 In ad 000 school indebtedness represents what the ed In producing more and better More interest I.I being displayed old as high as $1,500 a car. Second In West Evergreen cemetery with I place at Tampa In October on one ,, t
v5lfremtaxes period. Bf $1,015,000, the following serving all pallbearers other Indictment, William M. dobr. -
this I
Tho during Colombia property owners of Bradford cattle. by cattle raisers la the southeast grade cukes, 25 per cent of : J, K.: Whlpple, o. H. Jordan, ]I United States district attorney, :f
I second group names Collier I county will secure relief from. The The losses from bruited cattle hl. year than ever before. They he production, went for $1,000 a C. M. Herlond, Raymond Chase, aid last night. kl
St. Lucle.Highland! Okeechobee, DeSato exact reduction In millage cannotbe In the southeast are twice as heavy ire looking for Information and carload or less. The third grade W. M. Bridge and Dr. A. A. f

t! Leon Citrus., Lee, Escambla, Bre- determined.bulk but these of the two count Items a''e they are In the west and north.i I I hey alto seem to be la the mood seldom brought aa much a* $SOOa Brown. KW: AIR MAIL KNVKLfJP:: N t r

ted'l; Charlotte, Heroando. Sum- make up the and the amount of This la due almost entirely to take the proper action to breed \ car.Tallahasttee. DeFunlak Springs will- soon The local posloHlce has secured tit r

Be'' Indian River Levy. Martin Indebtedness be paid will be cut approximately fact that our cattle run such a ip, buy pare bred sires and stabilize .Contract awarded have new hospital and jail. a new supply of air-malt envelope. S i
to -
Si:"bole' St Johns Hardee Osce- taxes onehalf.The large percentage of horned cattle. their handling of the beef cattle $850,000 the distinguishing: bands across) ; tirP P 4
side- Jacksonville -- appropriated -
'rd' Bay, Pasco Alachua. Brow- counties, under this plan, We should advocate the dehorning part of their activities. I for laying $4,000 worth of : the front and top making it easily
utnam. relinquish tbelr portion of thee of all cattle and furnish cutting elks In this city by government for sen to be sorted out from its d
toThis group would receive no' will tax and the license tax, equipment at each loading point Fort Pierce Reconstruction Fort Pierce Excavation of srectlon ol new federal building. lower brother. It only requires f

IrbnstrucUon revenue until 1933 I both gasoline ot these funds going Into the throughout the South so that shippers of' county causeway. bridge across 13-foot ship channel across IndiaD Dade City City Tire Company I lIye cent to purchase one of these j
$1,1561,181,25 would be from which the indebtedness have the oportunlty of Indian river completed. river completed. remodeling: stock and sale room,uvelopei, Including the stamp. ; 1 1Ii
expended In the ** counties. 1111, pool[ may
"**, 18,589.911.45 would be ex-t will ba paid. Ii,

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n ? program of legalized gambling" NEWS------ of a
mi BRADFORD i F[ LEGISLATIVE ] made quarterly, on a basis of unless he apeared in court and r,'

There la a deadline In cost of average'dally attendance. acqulted. Driving a v.-hi.i, alt,,

JOURNAL government which, when reached conviction would be del"-m.d
HIGH About 20 bills vetoed by former a 1114
; by the taxing powers, marks the Senator W. W Phillips of the be turned over to Bradford county punishable by ittll oft'
,I r Governor lartln at the last session more than $100 or ,, :!
decline of a state's prosperity. In 14th district would materially under provisions of a bill Intro were received lmprnna.I
legislature not six
of the exceeding
v f'', GLEE ('LCII'ONCEItT A svc- supplied the variety of forms of spite of high taxes so high that strengthen penalties for driving duced in the senate Friday by Sen- Friday by both houses, and -mouths.
automobile while under the Influence
development. He supplied an
russ: many have ceased to pay, bond defaults at Monday's ses-
Fifteenth A
ator E. M Johns of the will! be taken up measure directed
t much valuable information on of liquor. A b'll! \ Introduced agalnslt\ ;; ,
are Imminent in towns, districts Included nine
4 be by him to amend the district The bill makes' provisions sion. The vetoes stock thieves was sponsored"
II S. Glee Club ('oncertgiven these subjects that will remembered present i Intl
The n. and counties throughout the In the house and
of the
t Friday night Is considered by his listeners. Many eta law would increase the penaltyon for the transfer and the work bills originating senate Florida state 11'C1''
A fine crowd filled the dents also heard his lecture at state. conviction to a sentence of one Incident thereto of the south two- six In the senate. Among them lature by Senator W D nHlllJrtb, || ( ,
; 'i I a auditorium, and listened to the the club house. "Our expenditures have exceeded to ten'years or a fine of $500 to thirds of township four, all of were two measures providing of the I Twenty-seventh district The l In
t ( senior boys and girls $5,000. The measure went to the townships five and six and the the defining and regulating would prohibit cutting the ear ,
Junior and our receipts tp an alarming degree Ice cream 0
enjoyable numbers SOI'If-J UXIOlt TKAMAIH : committee on judiciary A for con north one-half of township seven, sale of milk cream head off of any hog, sheep ('II') oll,
+' render many -approximately two and one for the
offering of "To ( ilE\'1l1G1: : rmmHATS : sideration.Beginning. south, range 23 east, from Clayto In the state and providing domestic animal before the tl
The mixed chours half million: dollars for the year another fora
). t all numbers by junior "\NJ) SKMOHS; 1928." Bradford county. The measure enforcement thereof; mal so mutilated prior to dresMi

Spring club, all numbers by the with a bill to repeal wan referred to the committee on special edticnt'on fund for main- also would be illegal A One ,
high glee and
The soph-junior diamond aggregation the 1927 fish tenance of public free schools $100 or Imprisonment( or
club, the hoys game and law Sena- county I. not mm
{ senior girls glee "The gap between receipts and organization.Ellls In the
q% : "Dat Watermellon" andy obtained a much desired tor J<.. M. Johns of the Fifteenth supplying free textbooks than '' Pratt
5 singing of expenditures must be closed; our punishment.'s (
,; ', "Bonnie Klolse'% solos by Miss victory over the freshman-senior obligations must be discharged; strict: launched on their legis- of far reaching effect and counties, and a third to providefor ed as
nine last Friday, winning a closely when the the amendment of the
and Miss Hazel lative way a number of other mea- nterest were introduced
Elizabeth Andrews our financial integrity must be
Underhill and two numbers bv the fought game by 10-7 score. The preserved; a sound fiscal structure sures affecting present fish and first senate measures of the session law calling for a board of law examiners Senator J. J. ParrIsh Inimdiiff

to Bradford trio were well received. melee was the second of the series must be established; our tax bur. game statutes, when introduction were tossed into the legislative ; Other bills were either a bill to permit the con8iiid0( ,(|

as were several piano and (saxophone between the extreme and mean den must be adjusted, and with of bills began in the senate Fri hopper. Chief of the bills\ Introduced of minor Importance or of local of munclpal and other ue\ ,lolls",||,
t z solos. classmen and evened the count at the Intelligent leadership and pa- day1. Chief of the additional measures were those by Sen. E. M. I status. tlon agencies in the hands of ,u t
one-all. Senator Johns Johns of the Fifteenth district, I county tax collectors ,
triotic co-operation evident in this by was one of tin <\n\ ,.
i' I>12:\TH 01' \lIt.: I'ITHO\I.\V: : The sopha and juniors, feeling: legislature I know that these which would lengthen the closed who tendered the first measure Drastic penalties for drunken The bill provides thai nfi,.,rla| ;
rr CALK PKOK. IxnVLI.Nfl ,\n'\\ the sting of the defeat of a week things can be done and Florida's season for taking fresh water fish carrying out recommendations in drivers would be provided In a nary 1, 1930, "All the pow, !rx an

I before, craved revenge and was place established In the front from March 1 to June 1, instead the governor's message. The first bill by Senator Franklin O King, duties\ heretofore exercised ,?
The untimely death of Mr. Stro- out to win from the start. ranks of this advancing nation." of from March\ 15 to May 15, as admln'stratlon bill would providefor 'of the Nineteenth district! introduced performed by the tax < |
( man, father of Mrs/ Dowllng called Strengthened by the expert tossingof at present. The bill, however, the abolishment of the three In the senate Monday On\ treasurer or other officer of all n

Prof and Mrs. Dowllng; to Tallahassee Hallle Jones, and possessing "Economy In public expenditureIs would permit the taking: of fresh assistants to the attorney general. conviction! for the offense the license political subdivisions of the slat

1; this week. Students and a heavier quantity of batting power fundam ntaJ. Unnecessary expenses water fish on Thursday of each The jobs pay $5,000 a year each, tag on the vehicle would be having power to assess and teachers alike have expressed their the middle clansmen rolled up must be eliminated. We week during the closed season. and expenses, and Governor Carl- taken from the machine and for- taxes and about the colled, 'on (

y i ) sympathy for the Dowling family the score early In the game, and have lost a sense of the value of I Another game measure would repeal ton recommended the abolishmentof warded to the state motor vehicle j taxes and assessments of wliata.(

1r1 r In this great sorrow. added a rally In the last inning the public\'! dollar and forgotten '' the present law providing for the offices as a matter of econ- commissioner fry cancellation, andIt ever nature or kind, shall be Vetted
Coach Hay served as principal that established the decisive win that little economies amount to 'I' an open season and license for the omy. The bill wasTeferred to the would become the duty of the in and exercised by the count

in the absence of Prof. Dowling. ning margin. Jones had the losers big savings." taking of red or gray fox. A third committee on Judiciary A. T sec judge or clerk of court In the dis- tax collector of the county with)
practically at his mercy until the bill would repeal the section of the ond measure of importance by trict in which the defendant Is convicted which political subdivision is ]10,

KNJOVAHLK STUNTPIttX111AJI PLANNKOWhat : sixth Inning, when the seniors "There Is a sharp distinction between laws of the state pertaining to ot- Senator Johns would repeal the to make out" and forwardto cated.

sprang a heavy bombardment to a pension roll and a pay- ter, beaver and their possession.A entire game and fish law of 1927. the state motor vehicle commissioner -
tie the score at 77. I roll." fourth bill, dealing: with game This bill was sent to the committee a certificate showing the Another bill would fix at 8 pe
'. should< be a highly entertaining Mac MacMillan reposed on the and fish, would reinstate under on game and fish for consideration conviction of the offender, his cent the rate.of interest to be paleon
) ,,}f r program for stunt the hillock for the seniors and rats, "Multiplication of boards and slightly changed verbiage, the 1 and report. name, address, and date of the delinquent taxes due the state
has been shaping up and pitched a fair game in spiteof commissions with usually definition of terms in the 'game conviction. This would be keptas The measure would apply to 1m.of .
t powers
.,+; ; past week, with more features to. uncertain support Both teams from and fresh water fish laws of the School legislation in the foin part of the records of the office. all kinds which become dells
+ this week. Stunt night, granted a menace an eco-
r, + be added ia being eagerly fielded aa raggedly as they had nomic and political standpoint." state. of a bill by Sneator W. D. Bell The stringent part of the bill quant and are unpaid after January
s ( n ? coming next the preceding week, though that of the Twenty-seventh district, would provide that It would be 1, 1930. Lesser rates of Interest

S F : awaited. fact should bring no cause for '"It is well to keep government A section of Clay county would proposing retention of the one-cent made unlawful for the state commissioner however, could be fixed or

) '! N..1WKIHJ CIVIH: grief. Expert playing Is not always out of business, but business principles fish and constructive gasoline tax for schools, and a tax to Issue to any personso special assessments for Improve
puI'' s HEALTH TALK necessary of a ball game should be employed in gov- service. of one quarter of a mill on the dol, convicted, a license to operate a ments.
would be won and lost. Strange to ernment." lar on all assessable property in motor vehicle in the state for a

f 1 Prof. Newkirk, health I lecturer say both moundsmen led their respective his"The welfare of every citizen! the state, was introduced in the year from the date of the convic The Bryan primary law, with It.

gave an !inspiring talk to the stu teams in the phase of hit "Our scattered financial control failure happiness or sorrow, successor senate. Under Bell's bill, refer- tion. Jumping bond would avail confusing and intricate second
dent-body last Thursday morning. ting1. Halite Jones bagged three must be centralized. Bond trustees '' people, in ours. We are one red to the committee on education, little, as a similar certificate wouldbe 'choice vote provisions, would b-
y Prof. Newkirk related many Inter- hits Including a double and Mac have cost the state untold one in hope, 'one in purpose the proceeds of the one cent gasoline forwarded to the motor vehicle

eating facts about the care of the swatted a hefty double and a sin- sums of money." one destiny. tax and the one one- commissioner: and the driver who (Concluded on Page/ 0.)_

,; body, and explained the variety of gle.; A clean two bagger; was registered I

f forms of physical development. He by Merrlell AlacMIHan. "All purchases of the state, ex- (

-- cept those of a minor nature
should be centralized In one de
II lJlo'I'II' Governor Points Way partment. We thus substitute expert ,,flit "I" ..

ri! service for Indiscriminate..and" J 1t :, ((
Irresponsible buying ,
n ': ,( Governor Doyle Cnrlton In his ground' for game. /P '.
I'' ( opening message to the Florida Severance tax to promote reforestation "Our financial structure Is no ''

legislature Wednesday morning stronger than our methods of collect
;',,;r { i waded directly Into the problems "Florida should build on per :'on. Our system must be simplified ; /. ,
rG facing: Florida today and without I and the results made cer-
manent values and not' risk her
;'! mincing words outlined steps for tain. To this end returns shouldbe "
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future on n game of chance or a .
curtailing expenses and saving the made compulsory. Red tape 'G\
or legalized gambling.
state's credit. Among his suggestions program The governor's preamble to his now essential to a valid assessment "- n" .
be done with.
,- : were: program follows: should away 1ea
s' Abolish offices of three special "The gap between receipts and -

aaa'stant attorney generals drawIng expenditures must be closed; our power"We by should which next counties restrict and districts the I I c.:. !:" 0 :; -I IIll'

$10,000 per year and expenses. obligations must be discharged; ,fl' '
burden themselves with financial ) '
'Reduce number of judicial cir our financial Integrity must be tS t

,' cuits by redistricting the state. preserved; a sound fiscal; structure obligations.- ....,../ t /[ ;.;

,_ Adjustment of fees and compen- must be established; our tax burden "Our banking laws and regula- J. t. .
sation of county offices. must be adjusted; and with tions must be amended to furnish ': '.:
boards and commissions intelligent leadership and pa .J1'e
vy Place all the greater protection to the depositors :'. !' .'
directly under cabinet officers triotic co-operation evident In this "
> and stockholders as well.
.i l and budget their expenditures legislature I know that these ': : :; '

"c : sendng! balance to state things can be done and Florida's "Membership in the road depart- tk ., .: ,
treasury. place established In the front ment should be beld sacred to the : \k\ (;
l t Consolidate the game, and fresh : ranks of this advancing nation. trust to which it Is committed, \ .
fish, the shell fish, and the forestry "We must not hope to accomplish and the road department should be N-\ )
departments. this by any one act, or any kept free from the temptation of r ..
Consolidate hotel department single policy, but by sane, consistent political Influence. The law should

,7 with the health department. co-ordinated action along make It impossible for any mem / \ 1
i ,Establish' uniform system of accounting many lines to a definite purpose ber of the department to be a candidate
and auditing throughout "((1)), Economy In public expenditure for any office while hold-

ri; + 'f the state and provide for auditing with businesslike or- Ing that position or within six. 4/1 41'N.
pf all counties at least annually. ganization and supervision In governmental months thereafter. I would re

Create a purchasing department activities. spectfully caution you against the
r',f to buy all the stat @upplies. "(2)) Conservation of our rev- danger of indiscriminately placing
r, Place all funds derived from gas enue and Its direction In the proper -' road under state maintenance." .

tax Into one fund-halt to be used channel. enters your tank-

for new roads and half to retire "(13)) An equitable distributionof "The prosperity of the state will CLEAN. PAN-AM is watched through

county bonds without obligating our tax burden with a collection be measured to a. large extent by \ refining every
the state credit and making certain system that Is simple In operationand I the prosperity of agricultural en- process, guarded from field to the pump, to

:e) that those counties which do certain results. deavor. Sound economy forbids give your motor clean, dependable gasoline. And

!1 not get the benefit of state aid on "((4)). Safeguard against unrea- that we retreat in our aid to this a clean motor means steady, high performance.
retiring road bonds, get the non's sonable debts and obligations in enterprise."

share of the new roads. the future. I/ \ On your way home tonight PAN-AM.
Set up time limit for knocking "These things will lift our government "Vigorous steps must be takento try ,

i ;tl out tax deeds by technicalities and from financial distress protect the citrus Industry .
'r make it easier to secure worthwhile and hasten by years the usual I against the violators of ,the green Pan
_! s,, title after getting tax deed. prosperity of our state. fruit law. This has cost the state r// Petroleum

County tax collectors to sell "Economy in public expenditure In the past season millions.of dol 1 Corporation

auto tags. Is fundamental. Unnecessary expenses lars." \
Validate liens for outstanding must be eliminated. We I .. ".
', ''I tax deeds as to get property back have lost a sense of the value of I II "Agriculture. Industry and labor

4' on tax books. the public dollar and forgottenthat I all go hand in hand. Our aim must ,0
_ More stringent banking laws little economies amount to big be to promote the welfare of our
Including provision prohibiting; savings. Useless offices must be workers of all classes."

Y anyone from owning bank stock abolished; employees used as
: unless worth twice tho proposed needed and because of their fitness Reclamation of the Evergladeshas
ownership. for the task to which they are developed Into a national aa i

Provide against. any member called. There Is a sharp distinction well as a state problem with the \ I

y rtato: road department running for between a pension roll and a federal government giving promise I
offl"o wlth'n six months. of service payroll. Many economies are be- of co-operation that will Insure rE.
on, board ing employed by your present administration the completion of this project in

ri i Look forward to future on highways and you and demand 100 foot rights 'depend on a saving of at least a __

d of,way, and provide first-steps towards half million dollars\ per year In the ',{Perhaps no branch of the
ultimate beautlflcation of administration of the state's af state's development is in greater GASOLINE
than school system
highways. fairs. distress our
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Eliminate green fruit shipments. I It Is certain that our
Tax exemption for new Indust- SOMK 1IHJII MOUTH IVGOVKRMm'H school system must go on, and it
ries. : ADDItl':MM is a matter of great embarrass .
',4' Commissioners to study rate ment that any boy or girl In the t

i rtructure with view to rellevelng Tallahassee, April Following state should be denied an eight .
r'', elate: producers of unequal burden are some of the "highlights" of months' term with teachers properly -

a;', ,; of freight rates.Authorize the address of Oov. Doyle E. Carl- trained and fairly paid.! I
;' Everglades board to ton, delivered today before a joint II I
+ co-operate with government in session of the 1029 Florida legis "Florida must make np surrender -

reclamation. lature. to, nor compromise with/the
Legislation to mature full eight "We must work out a plan to enemies to establish legal proof
ri' months school terms and creation meet the necessities of the hour as of crime and enforce the law

of director of finance In state su- well as the requirements of Flor should be strengthened and not ,
perintendent's office to institute ida's new day which Is at hand-a weakened.

4 practical budgeting system In day of progress that will endure.
4fe counties; and creation of supervisor This: we cannot do If we allow sel- "I am aware that this message
{! q'' ot buildings! to help preventa flUh interests to hold sway, or fall presents a difficult program, but 1.8'utlhsw
tremendous waste In housing to put first things first," I have faith In Its practical significance -
u ,; schools. and trust you as safeguards
1 'i Make deer and turkey hunting "Florida should build on permanent ; against error. I know It Is
r'' ; + seasons the same, more breeding values and not risk her submitted only in a spirit of unset-

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evening, March 8, for the benefit: ,| N00..++++.+...NN1..*+ nCSIOI' BONDED: TIRES: : NN..NO.0... +9...0.N. health for some time and was I Ii I
I of the Woman's Club. '
Refreshing, J C.u"tI, for by her two daughters.
News Florida In Short HAMPTON Rising I'1
I Iced :
Paragraph punch was served the guests "The Surety Bond with which! 1
Mrs Mary Mack and daughter. Kin. Ado Mlmmu, ('or. Miss\ Iris MclUuTor.. 111111Hannah Swindell und Mrs. j
each Dunlop tire Is bonded and I Delia llagan. with whom she made .) I
Shirley are spending several : ......... .9Niir.
: ON0000 N guaranteed Is developing some In- I:. N
..001AN.00 .0.000. her home. '
:1 days at their home In Keystone: and Mrs F. M. Paver and t..retlt1njInl1enta. /; \ ," Rays Mr I "
She was the wife of the late .
Heights Judge Gardiner wan transacting! it
enruote to Conneaut
I [Live State News : Lake, Pa. Mrs. Mack and her daughter Blanche, were visitorsat Siern.. "Th1'local bond Dunlop" continued representative Mr.. business in this section Tuomlny. Owen Swindell of Hampton, whoproceeded :" i
t her to the grave several ,
daughter have been spending the the home of O. )Haynes and fam- .
.. Stern "covers the users tires Mr. and Mrs. Jennie Hudson 9
winter In St. Petersburg. ily this week. years ago. ,
against almost every possible tire were visiting Mr and Mrs. Walter Funeral services, with Mortician ? i
Mrs. J. L. Cook had her
as guest
warm reception was given hazard for a period of one
year Underbill Sunday afternoon. DeWltt C. Jones In charge were '
this week her sister-in-law Mrs. ;
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Representative J. Edwin Larson at It covers even accidents and abuses Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman held Wednesday afternoon at '. t
Dan Harrell of Brunswick Ga. ,
. Keystone Inn Friday evening upon Mrs. Edith Hawley of, Green I I which the motorist knows was his were guests Bt I the home of !Mr. Theressa cemetery with Rev. W. ,

. his return from Tallahassee. Mr. 'iiilt. This last provision has and Mrs. T. 1C.\: Stokes of Waldo 10. Dangherty of the Christian j,
i -----.a Larson related briefly his Cove Springs, formerly of Hampton iven rise to these unusual inc.-: ; I
. btorrlson experiences i Sunday.Mr church ot which the deceased wall ,,
visiting her friends
J I:Vow Smyrna -- Lewis Officer 'alterVhltted was oho t t'I as a member of the legislature was ; many dents of which I spoke. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and a member officiating assisted by ,' '
here !
tlr one of the oldest and best through the Jaw part of the bone in the house of representa- Mrs on Howard Monday Tucker and little "One owner of a high,; poweredcar daughters, Jennie Maude and little Rev. G. P. Raymond of the Bap- 'r!'':( If

Iowa: residents of this place died being torn hives after which refreshments equipped his machine with a son William, were visiting tint church .f';j .{
r away. The
oondiUoi!I I daughters/; of Luella Ga., were the
"e lie came to New Smyrna were served and a social hour was full set of Bonded tires. Just one relatives In Lawtey Sunday Three beautiful "In the 'j

t U after the Civil war. of both men. Is.said. to. be serious. enjoyed by the large number of guests this of week.Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Tucker I month afterwards his car figured: Messrs. Alph Hazen and Hugh/; Garden," "Some Day songs the, Silver IftVlth t ; 1
r Winter friends present. Mrs. Prevatt has in a crash and one ot the tires was Butler Crosby of Brooker. attended I! ford Will Break" and "Abide : .

. [fort Pierce-Bert Roberts, 25, Garden A frame I Miss Laura Hensley of Asheville.I Mary visitingher ['I damaged beyond repair. He re- the party which won given at \ Me" were sung by members a' t! '1
her grand-daughter. Miss Lillian \
'. ,?Ige,; oiler was fatally injured in structure lined partly us a gnrag; e I N. C, is the guest of Miss Ruth ) 'pnited the accident to the dealer the home of Miss Edna: Lewis Saturday of the choir of Hampton Christian ,\ '
Fancher, of Lakeland who
uutotnoblle accdent! which oc- and as a storage; house for honey, Lawrence for a few days will time here I lund In a few minutes was out of night: ihurch. Amid a bountiful collection h 1
spend some ,
rrl.'d at a street Intersection by apiarist \V. A. King, on south, a Mr. and Mrs. n.) B Beasley and '[the store with a brand now tire : Mr. and Mrs H M Mcltnc. Mr. of flowers sent by friends j ; i i:

I n Hoberts was struck by a Main street was destroyed by fin:I .ON.0000.0000.NNO.... Mr, and Mrs. Dunn of Gainesville, 'I replaced at'no additional cost to and Mrs. J.V.. Mcltae and Mrs. and relatives tile deceased was / I'' ;

3 .i raid! (to have been- driven by E. j yesterday morning. Fifteen hundred .* were visiting friends here Sunday him. He still doesn't understandwhat Walter Underhill were guests at laid! to rest In the family plot. ,t

Bray. also ot this city. Bray I pounds of orange honey ex::1 I i GRAHAM : afternoon happened.\ the home of !Mr and Mrs M J. \: j /,

held for the coroner's Jury, ploded during the of the e> "Another motorist bought a full\ McRae Sunday afternoon, "It Is not death to die "
IS progress
I .....ON.. OOi Misses\ Jessie, Doris and Dorothy
0 ON00000. set of Bonded then lost '
exonerated blaze the Mls Luclle Mcltno of Waldo, To leave this road 'f.
hi t later popping; of the quart.1 i Mead have left for Pahokee where weary : ,
a a e e v ,jars causing considerable excitement Mr. Hubert Brown was a visitor they will spend several weeks.Mr. control ot his car at the top of a spent the week-end with her cousin And midst the brotherhood onTlione fit
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.to Starke last hill, slid to the bottom smashed Miss Iris Mcllue. 7 :
Miami Complications which among the hundreds of peo. Tuesday. and Mrs. T. E Duncan of hlKh ,
r! t in following an automobile ac- ple who were drawn to the scene Mr and Mrs. C. S. Hough were Gainesville spent Sunday with Into a curb tearing a big hole in a Among/ t those who attended To be at home with God." 'P' I

business visitors here new front tire."Here's Cornlth II. Y P U. Sunday night \ I I5, I
lent proved fatal to Walter C. by the dense smoke which) rolled Wednesday Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. L, A,
night a sweet mess,' he told were: Misses\ Muriel and Rachel surviving are five daugh : {a
.ihlkepp 37, vice-president and over south end of the city. Wynn.Mr. ;
neral manager of Carl G. Fisher Miss Ll'ola I Fogg attended school the Dunlop dealer. "A brand new Sllcox\ : and Leslie Edwards; of tertt'Mrs, Delia !lagan and Miss I":' .,'
and Mrs. Frank C, Could\ ,
at Starke last lira ruined. The dealer figured Stnrke.Mr. Hannah Swindell ot Starke. and "
opertes.! He died after failing Lakeland A local deputy sher, Thursday who have been spending the win-
'nlth which lasted for aboutree iff Is minus a shiny new set of, Miss Thelma Brown was avlsl- ter months hare, have returned to quickly. \ and Mrs. E, :J. McRae wero Mesdames O. A, Andrea, M. M ,
weeks. The automobile ac- handcuffs and tor to Starke Friday "You get brand now tire for visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. :'1. !Mc: McGee and J. L. Harrison of :
a stenographer t In their home in Silver Lane, Conn.
lent. In which Mr. Kohlkepp suf- one of the downtown offices has, I Mrs. D. J. Byrd and Mrs. Schelf !Mrs David Jones in the guestof $1.72," he said. Thq motoristhasn't Rae Saturday. Stuart, two sons, Dave Swindell I J''

red fractures of the skull, oc- had a new experience In being Byrd were business visitor to her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Sullivan ; recovered yet but he 8ayshe'1 !M'HH' Lillian Kelly: wan visiting/ Hampton and Joel Swindell of St. : ;'.
\ never have another tire with Miss Mattle Norman Sunday after Augustine and several prand'J; :
rred on January 6. "drapped through the streets with | Hampton Saturday afternoo.n.Mr. of Theroasa, this week ; "
the 'bracelets' on." Last January E. J. Yarborough was a Coleman Tucker left this week out a Surety Bond. noon. children\ one sister, !Mrs. B. Bock J//,;:r 1 I

News lute been "Jim" business visitor to Starke Saturday Mr. Stern says he Is lIelllnlt more Mr. and !Mrs. II. ii. Lewis and of Mel rose, and two brothers, Wm. !:i. "
Lakeland the incoming/; for points In Georgia, where he
Ived here ot the death at GreenId sheriff of Polk Bounty entabl'fthed': afternoon.Mrs. will spend a month visiting relatives Bonded ]Dunlops! every day, and daughters, Edna and Thelma were Crosby of Starke and Colonel ["4\, I, 1
while he hopes no accidents will VTsltlng relatives In Waldo Sun 'Crosby of Graham r
James !!!
Mass., of Professor Louis a branch office at Lakeland for was shopping and friends. JI;\ )
happen' to any of his customers Ue ii
j Jbsrtl, known throughout Florida the convenience of people in this In Starke and Hampton' Saturday -, Miss\ Kathryn Wecst spent the stands ty. Tho Florida legislature Is oft d ,,
afternoon. ready to make good on the Misses Hazel Underhill' and Iris '
former head of the department end of the county having business week-end with her aUnt, Mrs. D. for the start of the sixty\ days session -
guarantee!: at any time: day or McRae were visiting I Minxes ]Doll'eand ;
, Mrs. Mabel Price and Mrs. Clara
voice at Southern College.: Prof. with his ofllce. Recently the dep- I W. Moore of TherenRa. and from conversation with \ :
night. Llllfe! Mcltae Sunday afternoon .
Ibrrt) joined Southern college 8 uty In charge received a new pair.1 Roberts are visiting friends and \Mrs. Clarence Roberja. Jr., of various members It IK evident kiI'li

ars ago when the Institution was of handcuffs. They had to be tried { relatives here this week. Lake Butler, is visiting her parents -. The most expensive sire in the that they are In Tallahassee for

(rated at Clearwater Beach out and one of the bracelets was Mrs Talmadge Shuler was v'sit-! Mr. and !Mrs. Nlrum Wynn, slate is the scrub, !suggests!! { Clem- MIW. -I.HnS\- N11'1NI)17Jt: I the purpose of lowering taxes and :i' }: II:
her mother H. Roberts .
Mrs K.
snapped on the wrist of a man who Ing Mrs. ]0'. A. Scott, Mrs. Stanley son College.\ IMHSIIM: .\\\'.\\ I putting economy in the state !government >
Jacksonville Trial of Rep- happened to be In the office. About here Friday.Mr. .
Carnell and little son and Mr. and -- for the next two yearnat 'i : I:1
wntntive M.' A, Michaelson, Re- that time the "steno" happened Hubert Brown was*a visitorto 1Irs.V.. A. Scott were visiting hereon Galloway -- 38 solid carloads Mrs. l.olIlslSwindAll\ age 85, i leant. They recognize the fact S4, :f\: "

ub'ican' of Illinois, Indicted here along and volunteered to be chained Brooker Sunday. Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. berries recently shipped l from here. passed\ to t the Brent beyond Tuesday that Florida need new money and '. :,-

October on a charge of violating up. A minute later when the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Padgett were L. J. Wynn spent TuesdayIn NelVStyleVhltldon Store opened ( evening, April 2nd, after a enterprises! and no foolish bills. #I L

,,e national! prohibition law bas key was produced It was found visitors here Sunday. Starke the guest of I"". A. Scott on McDuff! avenue Jackson short IMnuHM. for the curtailment of capital and \ ) .

r .>n set for the term of court banning I the the key sent with the "cuffs" t Among the visitors to R. Y. P. and family. ville. The dpcenspif, hud been In ill Industry will bo tolerated.' *IJ.) AIi" .
tU.. Sunday night; were: Misses LolaWelch -- -- ---------'------ -- _.----- !
May 6 at Key West, Kla., just didn't fit. The local locksmith fri
va learned today at the office I was called, but 'was unable \ and Thelma Underhill of

f (lie U S. district attorney here. to pick the lock so the lady still Plant City.Hememher. I

I tightly secured by the "steels"was B. Y. P. U. every i" 5 Y

West Palm Beach Residents given a ride In one of the Sunday night at 7:45. Everybody (

f the Florida Everglades know I sheilfTs cars to the lockstnlth, invited to attend. y j

hat floods are so they were I where the handcuffs were sawed --.--- P 1tij

jonipt In responding to the call : off. .....0..000.. 40..4.w treasons {
aid for the Inundated sections

i f West Florida. Two carloads of I.1.NN0000:1i.i ... .. 0 : VANDERBILT :..
A Join Mite Conner C'or. i it will
'e3h vegetables. went forward why to
oni the district rons'gned! to sutlers t Keystone Heights ..0.00.ONO .A000004MN LJ yon s

of the northwest area. MlH. Helm I Oicilrn: Cor. .* Mr. Clevy Norman of Gainesville .
sN.................... spent the week-end with his
Burtow The city commission cousin Felix Hupp. I' choose General Motors _
On Saturday evening !Mr. and a car
ere has held that the voters must / Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stokes of ,
trytry again" in solving the Mrs. Clyde Fangborn J entertained I IFSIFGENE u
Jacksonville, spent Sunday at the s i
with live tables of bridge at their
'uoHtlon of whether the municipal |
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. So
home on Lawrence Boulevard II ,
'y should purchase a local hotel Miss Ldna Hutto of

[roperty for civic uses. The tjues- Salad,, wafers! cakes and coffee spent the week-end with Miss PP'j
served. The guests were Mr.
on was voted upon recently andhe were Mae Conner.Mr. .
Mrs. J. H. Houser. Mr. and .
balloting ended in a tie. The
Joe Dobbs of Ralford, was I
immission has decided that a Mrs. J. H. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. visiting: friends here Sunday af (. Fry
F. M Walrath, Mr. and Mrs. Fred MUTpW 1'S
""w election shall be held on Apr. ternoon. '
Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baker. Ir
Mr. Lewis Newmans of Rising;,
..Mrs. 1 Klwell Robinson Misses Helen was visiting friends here Sunday CHEVROLET. model. Jjij- 1. Eng/Mttring Excel'l* et All assures you the most' sturdy, safe and S
Stuart.--A framed photograph Lawrence Gertrude Mouser A six in the of ;
afternoon.Mr. $713. price range
,d( former Governor John W. Marin I Arneeta Ogden: Mrs. Chas"eln- and Mrs. Roy Curd and Mr. the four. Smooch powerful 6- General Motors products embody the beautiful bodies. All General Motors

for whom Martin county was man and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lar-' and Mrs. Clayton Crawford and cylinder valve-in-head engine. tested ideas of open-minded scientists cars have "Body by Fisher."

amed is to hang from now on [son. High score was held by Mr. daughter Annie Muriel of Jack- Beautiful new Fisher Dodici. Alit

rom the walls of the courthouse. I J. II. Lawrence low score Mr. J. sonville, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Light delivery chassis. Sedan delivery of the Engineering Departments ; i f

A t the request of a number of II. Lawrence.Mr. Arthur Alvarea.Sunday, model. I H ton chassis and Research Laboratories and Proving {j. Volumt ProdMctDy producing m, 4i
and Mrs. D. D. Kleder ot lH ton chassis with cab, both
Martin around and trucks (
'cal> residents Governor Mrs. L. S. Hutto and daughter Ground. zoooooo cars '
been the v'ith four speed' forward.
who have
'resented the picture to the coun- Chicago, III., Edna, Elena Prafher and Mrs. In-
v through Representative A. O. guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.. A. Smith Mr. a year together with many other
man of Starke, were visiting '
for a few days, left Sunday for PONTIAC.7modcls.S74-$191. 2. Pair.Prig Policy-General Motors General Motors effect
\anner, of Stuart. 1 and Mrs. L. L. Conner Saturday Now offers tin" products. can \ ;
the north. Mr. and Mrs. Kleder motoring
products offer maximum value in '
evening.Mrs. low L-head which '
Florida since luxury at cost. Larger large economies> in manufacture 't' ,
DeLandThe Chinese govern- have been Bill Rivers and children engine; larger Bodies by Fisher.
lent may acquire the home of the first of March. I' returned to their home in Jack- New attractive: colors and stylish eachpricedaaswhetheryoupaycash are passed on to you in the quality I t

ue Glm Gong aoted; Chlnese- The annual recital given by the sonville after spending a few days line. or buy on time or use your present and price of General Motors car. \ t
of Mrs. E. A. Smith your
merlcan locatedear piano pupils 1 Mr. and Mrs.
horticulturist, with her parents, car as \ '
here. Major Tien Lai Huang; at the clubhouse on Friday evening Dave Denmark OLDSMOBILB.7 model$87 j- part payment. .

hina's "good will" ambaaador, April E, was eifjoyed by a Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Cone and $10)5. The Fine Car at Low Price. 7 Combined Purchasing Power of t Y ;! ,

ho recently visited here, said he large audience. The following children Pansy and Carl, of New models offer further refinements J. tmwaMoton Acctptanct Corporation Many C Cotnpaniii Assuring the use t ;,

ould propose to the Chinese government program was presented: Starke, were visiting relatives here mechanically and in the -lbc largest time i financing i'
taken Duet (Loeschorn) Miss Helen Fisher Dcxliei-yet at reducedprices. of the best materials ac the lowest i ,
that the place be Tuesday afternoon.Mr.
vcr, or that a suitable memorial Lawrence: Miss Dorothy Jenkins.a Carl Sapp of Starke at- Also new Special De Luxe company offering low races, making prices. \ i I

o I the horticulturalist be erected. ( ) The Guard Marches Up tended B. Y. P. U. here Sunday models. it easy to buy out of income. );

(Schlemlller) ; (b) The Norse night. i
OAKLAND. 8 models. $ CGMACPlan). WorU'-uilJt 5 rf/r There I
Arcadia-Though her car was Song (Schumann) Adrlth Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Denmark of $175. New Oakland All American U-4S- g.. ,- are4.high

''Irtually demolished by the Im- ) h) Lawtey were visiting Mr. Denmark's Six. Distinctively original Retail Va/ut-A large num 33coo salesrooms and service stadonsbcroCmlJcsoEtransportat1onarebuiJe I 'S
March (Verner : ( i
'act of a switch engine at a cross- (a) Viking parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Splendid performance. in than
Burgmuller) Frances I more 100 to serve
is here yesterday Mrs. M. Ballade ( Denmark Sunday.Mr. Luxurious appointments. Attractive

-ihlossberg escaped unscratcched Cadman. L. L. Conner was transacting colon. Bodies by Fisber.BUICK.19models into each General Motors car and General Motors' customers. t
'id after the wreck still was in I (a) Prelude Op. 28 No. 1 (ChopIn business In Lawtey Monday.Mr. 1 ,

) (hl) Prelude Op. 28 No. 2 Fate Brown was visiting truck. That mileage gives the product 1 l
))1' Beat and gripping the steering! : $1195-$114] Permanrncl-General
\ Motors i is
[ hep|. Mrs. Schlossberg started (Chopin) : (c) To the Rising! Sun friends here Saturday evening. The Silver Anniversary Buick. a definite cash value which is maintained 9.

tCr0811 the tracks to see the apI'oachng (Torjussen) Miss Helen Lawrence.a B. Y. P. U. Sunday night at Three wheelbaset from nj to tab in business to stay. Its resources \
Reading, (Selected) Mrs.B. inches. Bodies in the used car or truck market.
come. Masterpiece by
> : engine. Her car was ( ) 7 p. m. Everybody and
R. Weld; (b) Reading (Selected Fisher. More powerful vibration- strength, stability assure you
urned around and reduced almost ,
I o Junk, but remained upright beMa ) Mrs B. R. Weld.a NEW TASSKXGKU: SCHEIJCLKS Ices motor. Comfort and luxury'laevery 5. Finest Body Work-Fisher Body that the quality, service and value

tbe tracks. ( ) Processional March (Quigley Miss- Beginning Sunday, Dec. 30th !I mile. is a part of General Motors. That of its products will maintained.. '

C e ) ; (b) Prelude (Wright) Seaboard Railway schedules for II t

Miami Ruth Lawrence.a Starke were posted as fololws: 1ASALLE. 14 model $2.195- hfD
Thirty-one persons Volga Boatman (Ar- Southbound $..a7S. Companion car to Cadillac.:
r including a former Dade county ( ) by Gesselwhlte) ; (b) No. 1-(Local\ ) 10:07: p. m. Continental line. Distinctive ap-

pcaooi official and seven women ranged Waltz; (c) Tarantelle No. 11-(Local\) 11:48 a. m. pearance. !go-degree V-IYJ'C 8cylioder J-
were arrested and two truck loads Chopin Striking color GENERALMOTORS
engine. combination -
Miss\ Dorothy Jenkins.a No. 3-(Limited) 9:44 a. m. i
"f gambling! paraphernalia were (Lomas) in beautiful Bodies by j jg'
The Old Refra'n! (Krelsler) ; No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m.
seized< raided ( ) Fisher
when deputy sheriffs ( ) -: Limited) 11:31 : .1
Showers (Fink) ; c No. 191 ( p.m.
Miami after- (b) Spring
Beach club this '

Tiany+who noon.wcond escaped story Deputies windows.by jumping estimated One from woman that the vice Melodle(Chopin. very was) Impressive(Virginia Dawes held at) ; Jane the memorial(d) Keystone Miller.A Polonlse ser-. No.No.. 4 12 J---((Limited NorthboundNo. (Local Local\ \)))4:41 3:60:8:57 a.p.p.m.m.m. deuce$7000.Famous CADILLAC' The V-trpe efficient Standard 1 engine.} models.cylinder of the Luxurious$world.} "jo-- 1 > :::::: :[ : :::, j I l 1 ;I'I' !', ,

leaped was caught In an community church Sundaymornng. No. 108-(Limited) 5:40: p. m. Bodies by Fisher and Fleetwood. r

the awning on the first floor and was Heights! April 1, for Mr. John J. No. 192-(Limited) arriving Extensive range of color and opbolaccry ) 7 t tt

object of merriment for the of here at 5:31: a. m., stops only for combination
and pioneer
founder ----------- COUPON-
crowd of a thousand spectators Lawrence Heights, whose recent the purpose of letting off passengers (All "..-1...k.,-) I a..
attracted by the raid. Fellow fu'l'Tes Keystone his many from the East Coast. h

released her. death was a shock to were directed NOB. 7, 8, 9, 10, (Orange Blossoms AISOHUCIDAIRE General Motors (Oept. A'), Detroit, Mich. Q CHEVROLET D OAKLAND f 'LIleuesendmgwithoutobligationfaorttuiloa
friends. The services !
limited trains) do not stop t
and (
Rev. B. R.V eld Automatic Refrigerator. O PONTIAC D BUICK 4
i Sarasota Sarasota county au- by delivered by Representative in Starke. '. New silent model with on the fftu swirls of the product I have f{
'aorltles today continued their brief talks were Larson general Wannr Branch cold-control device. Tu-tone cabinet checked-together with your new illustrated D OLDSMOBILE [] LASALLE i
J. .
search for Willie Chaplin negro the Lawrence Develop No. 101-Leaves Starke a. m'l *.Price and model range to suit boo.1" O nlMi"J. QCADILLAC ,; I70
who early shot and ser11 manager of No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40
wounded officers
two Cove m.
of M
raid In aShack Judge Geiger nine Run Line DELCO-LIGHT Electric Planes
on a gambling game and Sen. Miller. Name..J...u..:.. ...........n................. .... ...............
at Lurel, south of here.SberUr Springs Lawrenc De-j, Northbound:10 a. m., 8:53 -2 Water Systems. Provide all u.C / +

W A. Keen was shot In president of the The entire a. m., 1:58: p. m., 6:18: p. m., 8:58 electrical convenience* and labor. Address................................... .............. .... .................... h IfY"'t, ,

the band, shoulder and thigh., one veloplng Company.sincere tribute to p. m. using device for the farm. TUNS IK-O..rml Motm ruUlr....",..." M..4>r,. .......(iMtm Stt4u4 TUH" ) t j ''twaA
of the bullets breaking a leg bone service was a Lawrence. Southbound-9:37 a. m., 12:07 "..17aU.. ,....Ie0....

and another knocking a gun out the memory of of Mr.bridge were entertained m., 4:07 p, m., 6:37: p. m., 10:59

of his hand before he bad an op- Five tables Inn Monday p. m.
at Keystone I ,:
to .use It. Motorcycle
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rf I ---.-. .- -.--. ... .. ..- ; .--- ---. _.____..__ --.o_=" ..."--c:=, .m _.. ..., ._ __ .n__. .- -- .- -. _-. - _. .__ _____ .__._.. I2MKH. lb<

r ; nice hampers of flat beans from _. '-a---------- =,,-- u'1--
: his patch last Tuesday -
I Mrs C A. Youngblood left Tues-
II'J !' of the 'day to visit her daughter Mrs

/j their I Ben Powell and family on Goose
) at theI Lake. 1
I I Mrs. O. A. Thrower Mrs.\ S. S.
I Paul Mrs.\ J J. Zeigler and
I who daughter and Miss Alma Lea were "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA

: 1J.: :SI. JOHNS AMI) 1 Interesting visiting In Hampton Tuesday af I

J\Jlt.\ .. .1. K. rOIU'KNI.NGKMTEUTA1N : : ternoon.
in Ameri- I Mr. O W. and Mrs. Bert Hlnson BARGAINS GALOHE
At : I were business visitors to Hampton I

h ? A pretty affair of Thursday afternoon } I In Knox-Kerls Tuesday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Roy Dennison and = [

M '' was a, bridge party given : baby of Waldo and Mr and Mrs. VAN

>' t by Mrs. 13:. M Johns and Mrs J. J. B Edward Prevatt and baby of MILK I 'CAMPS Small, 4c; Large, 9 9c i

S y 13. Corpenlng at the home of Mrs of Hampton were visiting Mrs. Den-
nlson's and Mrs. Prevatt's par.
Johns yIivY I
,, I splen- eat last Sunday.
b Gloria Johns and L'ntta: Cor- ( y Miss Lorena and Ozena Greene
penlng presented the quests with ii < and Mr.\ Russel Oreen of Brooker, LARD Finest COiptl Oulld ,,- .- 2 LiDS 2jC
it tallies, representing colonial girls I the eve- I were visiting Misses Hilda and c
I! in pink and white dresses, all ap- I : of New I Thelma Sullivan last Sunday
pointments of the party being car Knoxville night =

rled out In these colors. I Callender, of Pen- I guest: Mr. Wednesday John Mullady of Mr.was and dinner Mrs. POTATOES A No. 1 -10 Lbs. I
I -
h' Serving punch to the guests were Mrs AI- J. J. ZeIgler. ,
s r Miss Mary Canova and Miss VIrgInia Colorado. '-

'Weeks.HIgh SIRS. j. w. nmGmn -

r J4s., score was made by Mrs. J. ....... i 0
A Saul, second hlKli: by Mrs L, w On the 23rd day of Decemberour I COFFEEIIOUSEsIiL Lit /0
- can '
Wyman, third hlKli: by Miss Florence : : Heavenly< Father In his wldom :t .,
1 Matthews and( low score by (: Cor.) 'f. sent his angel of death Into the I

Mrs. J. M. Edwards, "each, receiving ...... home of Mr.\ J. W Driggers at Ft =
; t ..
a prize. A dainty linen handkerchief Myers and bore the gentle spiritof FINE ,

',. was given each player as Rosier, was his beloved wife and our sister SUGAR GRANULATED 1J: 'Lit s.

Q favor of the the occallson.Ice + in Christ Mrs. Emely Driggers to
) i l cream In shape of pink roses t! her home in heaven. ,
1s ) N ,w and (Individual cakes Iced In white r and Mrs. Draggers: was a daughter

was served at the tea hour. In Hal- of the late Mr. and itirs. J. II CHEESE Full Cream LkWalker's '
._ _. -- 7
each plate were pink and white mm. with Mrs. Powell of Ft, Myers, Fla. She

's'' T sweet peas M rjorl" Evelyn: was born 73 years ago In Alabamaand II I I

Those present at this enjoyable Onann of moved with her parents to -

party were: Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Four year old \ Mr. Florida when a small gIrl. She 65c 10 I

; Mrs. O L. Beasley, Mrs. J.f\ and residents Mrs. of Bryant Starke of was twice married. She first mar- Devilment) t !3.c'I 19c I Size 35c ,rRICE :.p c? !

,, Cunningham: Mrs. P. E. Canova, daughter of Mrs. Lucy f ) t ried Mr. J. L. DeLacy; to this
,. Mrs. A. S. Crews Mrs. T. J. Alderman Starke, who will Redding union was' born two sons. She I II I

Mrs. n, F. Demorest, Mrs. Jl. song and dance e I Ral- was happily married to J W.
J, Davis, Mrs.\ J. M.\ Edwards, Mrs. high school ,, Mr. and Driggers in 1891 taking upon herself I Finest Whole Grain r:' J L ,.. !

?H x' ', J. L. Frazee, Mrs. C, A. Futch tonight. April 12th. the care of his three mother- BLUE ROSE e -l; /iij ,a,. r

a Miss Ethel Grlflln. Miss Minnie sacs of this talented / ,less children to whom she fn'th-' j

Oruber, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. will be part of a (I of Jack.- fully and lovingly did a mother's
by the Sheldon school night
a C. F. Hoover Mrs. O. M.\ Inman duties.To [
GUARANTEED 6 Lb. fir 12 Lb. '
stage!; dancing, Maggie Lb.
y Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs.. D. A. Mou- the latest in singing, I this union was born three FLOUR SELF-RISING Sack L DC Sack 95 ,.
tleth, Miss Madge Mlddleton Miss comedy. McClel-I children, J. E. Drigger Mrs. J. T Sack

, it p'lorencefatthew\ Mrs. H. C. Satur Corbett. J.L. and J. B. DeLacy

Hitch, Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mrs. O. M.Slstrunk of Ft. Myers and Mrs. E. C. Lewis
;' Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs: TWENTIETH: : '.' and chil of Starke; two step-children 14 I, FREE LEMONADE SERVED ALL DAY
C'Kt'U MKKTHMr : '
t' F. F. Slump Miss Kate Struth, spent grandchildren, 6 great
/ with
i Miss Fredrlka Struth, Mrs. N. D.Walnwrlllht dren four sister and
: Mrs. W. M. Waln-. tertained. and the Mrs. Nit I the. and The funeral services grand-Chll-j COME AND GET YOURS

wright, Mrs. II. C. Wall, Miss Ma- spent. a charge of Rev. ,
o bel Weller, Mrs. Lenthall Wyman. Thursday evening of Mrs. Baptist: church Ft. Myers.\ The j

lly Jl The out-of-town guests were Mrs. home on Walnut street. body was gently laid to rest In II j ---..,-'--..,--._- ,rom--.r___ ,.. _. ____._'. _._ __,_ ... -.
M. B. Herlong of Jacksonville, Spring flowers the family. lot in New Prospect ---- --
Mrs. Zack Douglas and Mrs. J. C. rooms wliere four ...... cemetery. of her faithful services and her mon and song Palatka
Adkins of Gainesville ranged for play, and Q Mrs. DrlgKers was united with beautiful inspiring example of I Player meeting Wednesday evening -- Lake CHI >
lies marked the : helpful Christian devotion yet we route highway will bo ,.
S4 ? eii. at 8 o'clock. imp" ['d
the church early In life and liveda
ir. H. GLKn, ('i.ntOONC'KUT guests. ::\ 4 noble Christian life. She was find In the assurance that having A cordial Invitation to all our In near future.
r'1t' : .Prizes: were awarded to ended her life of unusual helpfulness services
over faithful loved her church extended to all.3Btuilt.
Adkins I and Mr. F. V" ...... on earth she has gone to
The concert given by the n, H. and Its Institutions; her whole life a
J ers of high score, and Jackson- serve in the company of the redeemed -
S. Glee Club Friday evening! at latWNG
1 was that of the good and noblewoman r 'j.
; the high: school with Mrs. A. K. F'. Stump and Mr. O. We In heaven. :,_: L
and faithful follower of -
14 i Wall director, and Mrs. Cornelia holders of low score. him to Second That we tender our
Christ. The record she leaves Is a
Long( pianist, was a splendid suc* An Ice course was hartfelt< sympathy to the family
blessed helrtage of her family and
ten': '! Walter
following players: Mr. and the sorely bereaved husbandIn
Special praise is due each one Sat- an example) worthy of general
11'. .Stump, Mr. and Mrs. these their dark hours of sorrow '-
taking part in this delightful en- and emulation To know her was to
drews, Jr., Dr. and and commend them for con-
terta nm<>nt, and to Mrs. LOUR and love her, for she always had a
N Mrs. Wall for their untiring efforts Biggs.\ Mr. and Mrs. O. /( had solation to Him who la too wise to
+ 1 smile and a kind word for every-
"' in training this young talent, who Mr. and Mrs. G.) M. : Mr. err, and too good to be unkind. 1ostand'abusetliatDunlops'
r rendered so well this enjoyable Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Mr.i"H sons, one. -
..i. concert to a large and enthusiastic A. Z. AdkIns and Miss Dryden She had been a sufferer for 30 11,%111ST I 1 I Maiisto Sirvcr

aud'ence. :ler. of Jack- years with asthma; was confinedto 1 I,

a-- -..- I Maxwell her bed about five months; was Sunday school 10 a. m. Keep< up -ih" word "Slock" mrnn. npraprrly >
very patient and uncomplaining In the attendance. Inniirance. ll rigu4ree
The three -cricles-of the alltlst'Voman's DIN M.It PAItTY I!I Mr.' and all her sufferings, Just waiting the Worship at 11 a. m., and 8 ;. m. iiualny, -yr| It U chripntin
long br.,.
run the
Missionary Society, met iii Master's call. Mid-week service each Wednesday -
A delightful affair Walter ant coot' b the tart.....1.
/ together at the home of Mrs.\ C. A. I I at8p.m.Iot E
ner party given by the She so beautifully spoke of her t
afternoon, with I And
Knight Monday
of the h morn ng and t evening servIces .mrml.-h. a fire.
Tuesday night In and often calling
I hope Christ
: (tha
Mrs. A. M Darby leader of only lime you ever Deed
Mrs. A. attended
last Sunday were largely -
r devotional. at the Magnolia Cafe, her children to her bedside and fire Iniurinre) nothing but
4 S'# A splendid meeting was had evening honoring Mr. here begging: them to live right. She r 1- llu ba trlUI AWp row.
F. Demorest. / tF 1
l ., '3 1 with twenty-three present. The The guests formed I ( I leaves a. wide circle of friends and PltKMIIYTKIUAN: ,; Let ai ezplnlaHAROLD
next circle meeting will tie held at at the spend a acquaintances( who will: miss her -
the home of Mrs. A. M. Darby, l prettily I C. WAtt
of sadly.It school J. \ ..
with the three circle leaders, as means hand-painted 10 a m. Sunday 1\.1 -
hostesses. In spring design. patches I was while living with her Truby supt.
pastel shades formed reached son-in-law and' daughter Mr. and 11 a. m. Morning worship 'ser
,. center piece. but the the "Where Are I
JUtllHIoJ; 1'Alt'rYMrs. Mrs. E. C. Lewis she united with mon by (pastor ]
Those enjoying this / Your Treasures I FLORIDATheatre
fair and the Corinth church. Chrtst'an!' Endeavors I
were: r. and 7 p. m.
Ruth S. Axt entertained at
Demoicst. Mr. and Mrs. visiting First, Bo it resolved that we Topic, "Bible Messages Needed for
a bridge'party at the home of her (: deeply her untimely depar- "
InHon, Col. and Mrs E. morn Today Leader, Mrs. Christy.
i mother. Mrs. F. A. Sweezy. Judge and Mrs. A. Z, Starke ture, and sincerely regret the loss 8-00() p. m. Evening worship, serA GAINESVILLE
t y Hoses, poppies and other garden and Mrs. H. PROOF
.C. Wall Mr.
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flowers were effectively arranged: C. A. Knight. Mrs.,J, Jo;. ,'._________-_ '

in the living room and, 'a sweet and Mrs. L. M. her PROGRAMS WEEK ('0\1.:
course was served after the games. "'':St'ISHI'IUI., t 1Sth:
4 Mrs. O. L. Haynes won prize for 1)I N. C., (-fll : as her

high, score for the afternoon. Mrs. tr rh better MONDAYTUESDAYParamount
I The Invited guests were: Mrs. Iladlance rose's and and
A. S. Crews, Mrs. J. A. Saul. Mrs. were the flowers used in 100% Voice Tin

i ',', O M. Inman, Mrs. L. F. Smith, of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. of Pa- BEFORE you need that ''[

1 ,:,; Mrs. Frank Hoover Mrs. 0: L. tained Friday at evening a bridge when parents last for summer "CLOSE HARMONYIllicitly

Haynes and Mrs. Stansbury. menting the D. N. C. let us look over your old Rogers & NamTarro.

'( AFTERNOON 11 their friends. O. A. tires and tell you about Plus
b Several progressions and Dunlops. Every advantage Movietone Talking Now
game were enjoyed : Water- of the world's
Members of the afternoon bridge evening. When; at the : \ greatest tire- OUR GANG in "Holy Terror
c club were entertained by Mrs. J. C. of the play scores were 34 p pM experience. 40 .:iO Matinee & KvenlnRWEDNESDAY IS 3e
Robinson Saturday afternoon at Mrs. E. M. Johns held years ot...goes into each
her home. ladles Mr. Carl Johns Dunlop Tire.

+ q Red radiance roses and other for the men. while And the Dunlop Surety
Gruber and Mr. H. A.
t : spring. flowers were used in the holders of low score. ..- : Bond backed by I both:> Dun- Fox Movietone Picture(
living! ; room where tables were The hostess assisted yr- lop and the American Surety

i placed) for play. M. Cunningham served I Company, guarantees "CAPTAIN LASH"With

.. When scores were compared. course_ to .the guests. Dunlop Tires for one full
'16,1 and totaled, prices were, awarded 'nose plaYIng were: \ year

'. i 1 Mrs. R F. Demoreat holder of Griffin Blanche, Miss Alderman Minnie \ ,Home Builder against, blow-out accident, collisions VICTOR l\IML.\GI.S;
.t: high, and Miss Mabel Weller, hold. Plus
Perkins, Miss Myrtice !stone-bruises
almost (
n er of second high. Mrs E. M. Johns Mr. every conceivable (OMrilY ,and NBW8yST;
r The hostess served banana fluff erts. Mr. H. A. Carter ard... even if tire ha*- 13-:'>0 Matinee & Evening J O
and cake to those present, who Potter Mr. Powell you think the

l wore: Mrs. n. F., Demorest Mrs. In Spring beavers come out, in trouble was your fault.Come THURSDAY-FRIDAY
.. E. M. Johns, Mrs. O. L. Haynes KNIOIIT 1IOMK NCKNK: today. See a Specimen

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. 0. PAUTY take a vacation, feast on favorite copy Of this Surety BoaJ.STERN'S Paramount 1OO% Voice I'l-'l'

rl'; Beasley, Mrs. J. E. Corpening,
Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. (i l.-..- food of water lilies, returning In

tertained their bridge un- I

MISS I-'MJHKNCi.: MATTHEWSUJJTIRTAINS urday night, at their .. \ when leaves fall to "THE WILD'{ PARTY'' :

; rooms of the Knight a

the tables were arranged one, I gather winter wood for repairing She talks, and what have vou- \
i Members\ of the D. N. C. club were decorated with a l<-
}' wore' entertained by Miss Florence PlusCOLLEGIANS
of many varieties of or building a home.
Matthews at her home oa Walnut
ii t street, :Monday evening. i ers. 15-BQ Matinee & Evening: t i-> A
Too pretty arrangement of sweet High scores for the I. Saving with us will build aL Lp ,

pea, roses and fragrant!; honeysuckle were made by Col. and
t'' formed a lovely setting for Johns. r you a home.. SATURDAY

.this Informal gathering. The hostess assisted
4; .. After an evening pleasantly M. Cunningham, served J-AUIIA; I..U'I.\STI-:
spent in conservation, sewing And I In
bridge the hostess served Ice box course to the guests.

cake iced tea and salted nuts to Enjoying Mr and Mrs. "The Last 'Warning
Bradford Bank
l J'' those present: Mrs. Ina White, hospitality were: Mr. and r County
Mrs. J. K. CorpanlDK.: Miss Ethel F. Demorest. Mr. and Synchronized with Music
f' Urlffln. Miss Claudia Cllcbrlst, Wall Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
;; M'sri! Blanche Alderman, Miss Eunice [Col. and Mrs. E. M. Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE Sound and 25% Dialog!
Perkins. Miss Madge Middle- Plus
.,' ton, Miss Myrtice Jackson. Miss and Mrs. A Z. Adklns, FLA. GARAGE COMEDY NEWSYVFMOswald T*

Margaret Long and Miss Minnie CorpenIng and Mrs. L. Cartoon Twhnl'*''*
b i Oruber. nlngham. S0of
yl, fit, t (I, -.-._._.... .. 1 _,_ _,_.... ,-., ,_ "- STAUKE FLORIDA _13-401UaUnee Evening is

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eompanied by Mr and Mrs. H. J. I Mrs. H. C. Rltrh. Miss Ethel nth" are guests of their parents Mr and 1IrIonr,1'! Garrett'i'i Jo'ortIyf'1'8! $10,000; garage( ; I:

1 }Frank who spent the week-end I Griffin Miss M'nnlc Oruber, Miss Ah iiiul Mrs J. II Lord After i and daughter Pf>rlll., of Jacksonville I building under i onnderation for 4 ,

I Claudia Gllchrlst. Miss Myrtle., spending the winter In Miami spent Sunday here with relatives. 'I I
'occupaniy" by Chivsler) andagency. Dodge I
Bits Mrs. Louis 11111 and Miss Louise Jackson and Miss Myrwln Jackson ii 4
ofLOCTaI I they are motoring to their Monte : .
I Thede of Lawtey, attended the. were shopping in Jacksonville Sat- Flint, Misses Krankle 1Iurrho'Ei.Vlllie __ __ -
I meeting of the Woman's Club urday. I Michigan. :Mae Keddlsh, Head. Ilertlce and I!
: Geneva Gasklns, and Mrs. Levy '.-'---'-'- <0 '
'1. I
Wednesday afternoon. MIss l"lor"nct! Matthews, Mist
I The Dependable Store is headquarters Grime, were the guests of Miss .:f.
? I Ethel OI'UIIIIIlss I Claudia! 011I '
: 4evConcerning $ SPEClAlZ for outfitting men fn( the' fie Mae! Harris near Kllerbee: iSundiiy '*I
j HOOVER BROS. -t for; I I Christ, Miss Blnurlie AldermanMlsn ,
$1.1 BO. Only a short time longer. latest offerings.:_ :!!: Alvarez. i I Margaret Long, Miss Madge afternoon.
_. ... 11\lIddll'toll. Jackson Mir and Mrs. Swllley and family
Miss Myrtlce I
Our Come NOW. The greatest bargain have moved back to their' home
People, Business and Dr. It. B. McLemlon. Mr. C. C., 11I8sTyrwln! Jackson n 1d l
of the Iin photos you have ever heard of. Dr.-B. 8. Carroll. Miss 1 IX will nearVorthington. ; after living/
Progress County and Town. Gambill members of the N. C Club
I here during the strawberry rush a
4.52t.Mrs. I '
Florence Matthews, Madge have a house party at Matthews'cottage .
I M.ddletoii: and Miss MargaretLong i on Klugal lake this season I
A. Z. Aclklns, Mrs. J, W motored to Jaiksonvllle Sat week-end. Mr. Dave Ounter and family of I ,
___ I
o oo== Law ,
ley, now located In the K
---- -------------- are
C-I""" ==== Andrews Jr., and! Mrs. B., L. BIggi urday afternoon.

ii s Harvey spent Sunday In See the new line of ties nt J. !M. I, were guests of !Mrs Jack Briggs 111 --- Miss Elizabeth Williams, who R'. Rosier house here. i i
Mr. and Mrs tleorge Anderson .
with friends.i I Jacksonville ,
uunilina Tuesday. Taylor Belcher, grandson of Mr. ,
'w Alvarez, the Dependable has spent un enjoyable week In St. and two children of Ilellbronn
Store. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee left \\'E'dnI'K-1 of Miss| .: '
I the home
Augustine at
visiting friends here Sunday
I i \v P.nholster: Jr., of Brook- ii Mrs. Cornelia Long Miss Margaret day for his home, on-on-tha- were .
Uolllna. has returned, to her afternoon.
I Ivan In Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs.V., G. Tfalio were Long and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Hudson N. Y., after spending the 'IiYII
I W Miss Williams Mrs. H. N. Crawford and son I ,
home. llIe there
In were visitors to Jacksonville Tues winter here. I \\.t
v..anut.! chufa and, velvet bean Gainesville, Tuesday.Mr. day I attended the Ponce de Leon ('(,Ie'I Cecil, were buslnes svlsltors to I 'It'

(,eed( J, P Klckliter. F I:. H. Smith and Mr. J. ;L. I --- Mr. and Mrs. G M, Slstrunk! I'I bra Gon which was one of (lie most Slarke_Monday..--. --.- Out With Those ;liM h hStains
Mrs. A. V. Long and Miss Anne and Joe S'strunk; Mr and !Mrs. C, beautiful events of tile season Unit .
II. C'Wall spent several Peek Jacksonville Tuesday of thin week opens the Ii
Mi werejn Monday Long of Gainesville and Miss Kiln A. Finch and tWIlIUIIiR. spent Sun Iis, held! In the Ancient City. The ,
Tallahassee this week. II Ponce DeLeon celebration at SI !
la| n ._ Mae Long; of Jacksonville visited day at Oxford, with Sir. J. lull the which I "';11 '
Spa n pint was
--- S. C'I queen
Col. and Mrs. Augustine, one of tho most IntrrOHtlng -
Crews relatives in Starke Sunday. Gross 1 ''
igreBSinnn, Lex Green wan In Sunday In Lnka spent I' played by Miss Ilellen Cupn. wnau I and ono of the most, historical Yes, they can be re .r '
I \-1llo Tuesday.fFNT City. I Mr. and .rs. ,T, F. Colley and! R. S. Grimm of lUlford, one of i graduate of the St. Joseph. : events lu the state. A !groupof t moved I

Katie Fugate and Miss Kate the Telegraph's valued subscribers emy of which Miss ACILlI-1( California Spanish Trail boutit- Just J
Wanted heui. pay cash J. ]F.Klcklller. I your gar- I
Struth motored to Cedar Key Sun- In that section called in Thurviluyto ) tends. ei-s al'e to bo among! the visitors! \ I ,,'
A %WORD day for the day. have his subscription extended I I U St. Augustine bringing greetings/ ments here :!:1 l i ,
--- -- for another I 'I
year. Perfect work 'Ii
Hoorsv.s It1.14'11Mr. ; from tho t weal coast! to I the eitsl cleaning ',
Col. D. E. Knight spent last Mr. and :Mrs.V, A. Feeler. Mrs. !
roust of the Old lull Trail. done I N
COLUMN week-end In Tampa on professional O. K. Stansbury, and daughter, Ceo A. Marc-otle (and( daughter. ) II. N Crawford and, son .Span by our special process /
--- -- -' -- $ '' '
' business. Miss Edna( motored to Penney Miss! Lena who linvo been MIoII'IIII-1 Cecil, !spent Tburaday night; near Palmetto I -Triangle service that takes out every t
:SEWING:: SOLICITED-Fancy and Farms Sunday. I hag severely months in Orange; f'
!Macclenny ut the home of Mr. and
Mutton taken blemish from the J '
over by new ownere.For
plain satisfaction guaranteed.! Park where they were In business 1II'SV. U. Kersey. .
Mr. I -------- -
and Mrs. I). 1.e-1
!Mrs P H. Hunt, Hampton Fla.111tf.. of Jacksonville Horee and children Another lot of new straws have returned to their home Miss Clara Thompson of Jack- most delicate fabrics. i f
were visitors
: to Starke Sunday. ;ceived at the Dependable Store. J. hl'l'e'l) Ronvllle, win a hunlnc visitor Hates very low ser 'il; ,.
--- M. Alvarez.Mr. Mr.\ and Mrs DeWHt C here Thursday. MH| Thompson I Monuments s t1i:
of Gainesville, and daughter Miss i vice and work of the ;
[roil SALE-1927 Chrysler T.V. rtrookerT Is agent for the American Educator :dlsrkers, '
Markey of Caging) ur 4111)kinds
mechanical condition, was a : Elise, who Is a student of Agnes and we are glad to report several highest quality. I
splendid visitors to Starke Tuesday after- and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsof of ccmrtcToik iinil [ p
Decatur, Ga., were
Scott: College,
folks here purchased these
tires real .
paint ; a Jacksonville, the week-
noon. spent
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. !M. Darby limit fin'nit nitcull tin or '.
1927 Pontiac landau deluxe sedan end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. educational: books It proves that I
Sunday afternoon the I folks in this community lire interested wrile.- ;
lopks and runs good. 1924 Marcus F. Brown of Tampa) was W. H. Struth. I In educational affairs. Modern DryCleaners : f "
6 Buick sedan for a visitor to Starke The Gainesville
standard during the Miss Alice Fernandez and Mr. H. N Crawford and J, A.
week-end. Mr. and W. O. Struth and children
only $160. 1927 Dodge sedan' i of Jacksonville, are snend Messrs. Paul Knight and Wesley Gaskins attended the funeral I ofivir. Memorial Company
upholstering almost new \Wllkerson the Ilyal ;
leather Stearns attended the Whlttlngton ;11: ;
few weeks
a with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Only short
a time longer lI Box 232
over -
15,000 miles. .
tires, only run II. Struth concert In Jacksonville Monday cemetery; Sunday.
1926 Ford tudor sedan. 1-to Bros.. Special Portrait 5 for Mr. H. A. Weeks of Stnrko, was , l-'la. ks q.. '

Graham (Dodge) truck, extra $1.50. Do not miss this.A. I night. a. I business visitor hers Krlduy. "1111 II Ill"rll of Everlasting: Ceo 11. Flynn, Owner : t
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Lewis and
good tires and completely over- little son andII'! and !Mrs. J. M. Light; -weight- light colors and Mrs Sam Cirlllls spent Sunday MemorlnlH" J. Womble, Manager .1
here with her sister, Mrs. Jean
hauled mechanically, new bat- business L. Green visitor of Brooker. was i a Davis spent Sunday afternoon in good quality material make up our (:'polrlllH.Mr.. ,___.___.._._.__ )>.J., "1
to Starke Tues-
tery: Just the thing for berry day. Jacksonville.Mrs. line of summer pants for men. J. and Mrs. H. N. Crawford .- -- --__ ___ h ___ !If." "; I

hauling Phone Information.142, Gainesville Will be, O. I.. Beasley, Mrs. O. J. M. Alvarez, the Dependable Store. and family attended church Uu- :

for full < II. E. Ilornsby, a resident of Griffin: ) and Mrs. A. A. Durden of ton Saturday. { llm-JJ-ipp Uj- .
and Tfi
to demonstrate any of these I Mr. and Mrs. Carl ;
glad western Clay county, was visiting Hampton, spent Tuesday In Jacklonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Morgan 1\IIS"1 children Wooillawn, spent Saturday -
nrooking-Turnlpseed, Inc., '
relatives In this section Sunday.( ) Lola Stanford, Miss Al'ce; ('
Gainesville, ufternnnn here..with. friends a.:!
9 1V. University 1ez! Mr. James

Fla, 2-22-tt. Congressman: : n, A. Green and Mr. and! Mrs. H. A. Bishop visited Mi', David )Knnls: of the University-I, I S1l\7tl1tersA\ : } Umndura1re :J
Frank Carpenter spent Tuesday In Thursday In Jacksonville Frl-! motored to St. Augustine Sunday
1 Pit. It. H. CAKItOMj .
::; owna Tallahassee. lay in Green Cove Springs and ifternoon. :
couple of small farms near DfllllNt !
Saturday In Gainesville.Mr. -------
Starke convenient to roads, Miss Margaret: 11111 of Jacksonville Mr. J. A. Frank, pout cnniinnnd- ,, Over Corpenlng's Titus Store r"'I''I ,','I .'

schools, churches, etc. Idea wag the guest!: of bliss Peat! and Mrs. E.: E. Branch of er of the Harvey Seed Post Amerl-' riiono :II:' ifjfDID l' ; :! }4
the week-end. .' 1 t'KlonIlaml.! and Mrs. II. :
(n>' strawberries, pecans, truck- Manning over 'ncksonvllle Beach were the can ()lIh'o hours: It to iS. ,
poultry, etc. Would sell guests: of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. J. Frank of Jacksonville spent 4
10: Mrs 10.: H. Rn ii.h-n ,
r itHonably and on terms as my \ 1 !C7rrn tea tltT "C'tm.lJii'Jlln. :,
'Wills. motored to Jacksonville C. Frank.Mf' Ail// ; ,
fume. is' otherwise taken. KV. -- ---- \ U/I jest fw .
tamp G' .
the IU'Lug :
'Wednesday and spent I day. Mr. and Mrs. John U low, Miss ,
Hayes, (tax assessor), Starke, Carrie Uglow and !Miss Hazel Cal and Mrs. S. S. Dowllng) and ,'",,,1' ,' !

Fin 3-lS-tt Mr. L. A. Canova. and Mr. F, A. ender! spent Sunday In Cedar laughter/ Nettle, left Sunday for :: ; =f .
Mrs. Dowllng'a! fath.r i it with
?anova spent Sunday with their' Key. I'ullahasnee. .
Foil SALE 40 acres $11 mother," Mrs. Eunice Canova.Mr. .. MI'V.. S. Stronian, who has

per) acre. About one male: north The Intermediate G. A.'a will been seriously Ill, passed away Flowers For All \t af f_ e I

of Starke, FlaV. B. Kuhl, and Mrs.V.. S. niakely and 11 hold their regular business and ilonjay! I

burIC, Fla. 3-28-4t' little son of Jacksonville! are vie program meeting at the Baptist I Occasions ''
W. Balsden.Mr. I church 3:45 Mr. and Mrs Orrin C 1\Iarshall'l r'
ting Mr. anll1\lrs. Monday at : i ij '
STAHKK PIANO DARG.lNS1 I 'clock. with heir( little daughter; DorHigh THHY carried the StuJcbakcr.: Presidents 30,000
stored with us I Gertrude Godbcy If- In 2(5,320( : mlnuten. On race tracks-over Ir'tlJ'fe
for 'ash--Plano mid Mrs. J. iL Lord and ......,- 1 '
1 1.v music teacher. Perfect con- Hiss Fannie Lord "spent, Sunday f "- mountain and d..rt-on smooth. pavements-they

dition. $85 cash. 2 on easy pay at Melrose. I Anderson. .f \ hove shown' themselves the toughest' strongest
mentsKranich & Bach piano and safest tires you can put on your car '

bench( and scarf, $145, at $7 Mrs. J. C. Robinson !Mrs. LillieS. Phone 49 Waldo. Fla. 1I1./tryl\llpI 1.1.,('" In ,' W. Andrews I I

monthly Cable piano like Tuesday!. Lewis afternoon and James In Lewis Gainesville.The spent. \ J. Jr.

new, with duet bench, $245. I --' ..
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Other player bargans piano.! See Including them at Cable Mil HOOVER greatest; bargn'n BROS.!: of SPECIAL the season lUnIHnlnl"'UIUnIUIUIUUUIU"'IU''UU'"U"I''UUIII"'IUMllm''III"' ''' '' ''' ''' '' lUiIIIIMIUUlUlltnUIIUUIUU"uiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiii, iiiiiiil, 111111,1,t,,""u"", '" ,''''n,,,;m;, ",,,,,, ; ,, nun, "uIIIWii,,, .ii iiiXNNNIII'!' l'' I Is

ler's Music Shoppe, Cable Piano 'ORTRAIT. Five handsome fold-

i..preservatives, Gainesville 3- er photon for $1.50. Come now or I I

!!9,41rOTICloJ*, you will miss It. 452t. + r i;

-- We have near Starke I hX31
Mrs. W. J. Epperson: and Mrs I "
u beautiful mahogany piano and I
Anderson of Lawtey visited -
George ,
duet bench,. almost new and Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. 1 1i

partly' paid for. To avoid ship / 1j j

ping expense we want reliable and Mrs. N. I). Bumgarner

party to get this piano: and spent[ the week-end in Pulatka with I'I'rt'latives. ,

send us the remaining payments X31 '
$8.00 monthly For complete -- ';'I I I'F
Information write. Cable Piano Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colley and // I '
of Lake Wales visited: Mr. l '
('o.. 87 North Broad, Atlanta children Saturday.Mrs. \ /
and Mrs. J. //
Oa 3-29-4 i I
I, J
W. J. Epperson spent theeekend Ii ,
Red I I
FOR SALE--Rhode Island In Jacksonville wither I II .'
eggs' : for setting 75c for 15. I 1
son, Mr. It. L. Epperson.:
f Pure stock. !Mrs. Geo. A. Car- -- -

diner. Starke. 3-29-41 !Mrs. Annie Richard of Jacksonville I i

was guest of her brother, in
FOR SALE-Fordson tractor disc 1\11'[ E. S. Matthews Sunday. I I Ii *

harrow and plow; 1 ton Ford 1 1I *
truck, stake body. All a good( For-service and looks, the new I II i I, \ l'I'
I;;i; l
buy. 2 miles north of Starke, suits offered by J. M. Alvarez I
serge: I J
Biscayne Filing: Station. II. B. cannot be excelled., QUALITY
Purvis. 4-2-2t i : ;

Mrs. W. G. Bathe spent Thursday I I 4
TO RENT OR FOR SALE In the in Jacksonville guest of I The Modern

city of limits of Starke, a treesIn very friends _____ II Low illPRICE I
!Rood; farm with fifty pecan I
full bearing. Last crop over Mrs. H. C. Wall spent several I II

three thousand pounds of nuts. days In Tampa this week with

Nice seven-room house with relatives. a 3 ki.

ample porch all around, barn, Charlie Johns and littleson. i [l i..t .k i ir

chicken house, etc. Very cheap. Mrs. Monday ,
of Baldwin, spent
L Torruella, Starke. 4-I-tt. with Mrs. J. E. Corpening.
I i
FOR SALE -Electric sewing machine Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and There's a big difference in tires, although WITH the complex: farming machinery necessary t 1

motor $10. See at this of- Jean, visited Jacksonville th;> all look pretty much alike. .:
daughter I h
fice. 4-5-21* in modern agriculture, the expense of
Some are made with skimpy short staple

LOST--One dinner ring, I 5 small Miss-Ruth Sternberg/ pent theeekend I I cotton. Some have an overdose of "filler" i upkeep and the considerable Hums:' Involved in Bank'H i l': J

diamonds, somewhere uptown. In Gainesville attending in the rubber of the tread. Some are long I
Reward tor return to Mrs. Paul the Tau Epsilon Phi house party. I marketing, the modern farmer must be Home- ",
K Canova. Sr. 4-12-2t en looks and short on quality. t ,

FOR SALE Tennessee Grotens Charles Darby of the week-end University in I But you won't need a microscope to be sure I Ii thing of a capitalist. And the successful capitalist 'I ..tj
spent the j
Missionary grown strawberry Starkeiwetb" parents, Mr. andMrs. i that the Goodyear Tire you get from us is a
Plants, the flat kind, $3.25 per I maintains close, connections! with his / kI;;
1.000. f. 0, b. shlpp'"- '" '- A. M. Darby. : real buy. Goodyear mileages tell the story ,f ,

Pepper Mar-Globe plants tomato, J1.60 and per 1.Ruby. Mrs, P. B. Hunt of Hampton. :, ot'"The World's Greatest Tire." I local Banker! ;,t sOur s
afternoon Ii i
S M, Carnes, Florahome. Fla sin Star Ire Monday P. Good years are performing so satisfactorily : .-,I

41241JMAN visiting. Her sister, Mrs. J'IPear8. i for our customers that they invariably come i extensive resources are at the command i '.\

; !McNess t I hack-not with kick but with boost and '
WANTED to run a a Ip Il t
andPorto of Bradford County farmers for the development
$7 sweet peppers ;
business Bradford county Tomato, Place ijr another Goodyear when they need tire
'" $12 daily-year around Rico potato plants. 1
J. K. Kick equipment. and expansion of their farms.' Consult
work -experience unnecessary; your, orders with me.
unusual offer. Write at once. liter. Vie have: your size-in fresh, new stocksat :; -: us. I

Furst & Thomas, Dept. C, Free- low prices.RITCH'S ?
Port, Illinois. H- senat;;;E. M. Johns and Reprerftam I I Ii

i 0. w- flaxen returned II ,
to spendend the week- I ,
FOR good home, Friday
SALE -- Ford sedan in ,
condition; cheap for cash. See with homefolks. I BANK OF S
Dan Manning Jr.. SUrke 4-12-U Fla. Mrs. H. E. Lea of Jacksonville.of I i i! I

Ferguson eof i
-FOR PalmMrs.Beachr were the guests. Starke Florida i I j jI A Roll of Honor is
apart- Tuesday.Mrs I
RENT Furnished Balsden s
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meat with all conveniences: I

Large private porch: i apartment C. C Frank returned from ,I -- .. --. .. i __ '. '' '' r"AM'mMY-rr'Yrnsln"IM'ImwsISSAAaNnuslX'mmmnomdlmnusnM' '' '' ,' ''__
either Mrs. and was ac-J
upstairs or Saturday '
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'7 -- -- ::::::.:::- ::..::! !.-::_;:;:: =-:--= -" -c---:- Electrical metermen of Florida .;l1allce or a program of legalized start toward being governor 20 cult court in: the state, the president stock.

will again be enabled to attend a I jgambl'ng" This Indicates a racetrack years from, now," he told the wide- ( or past president of the state A new proposed-- -
short course at Gainesville givenby bar association and a business sl'h"dlll,
bill If Introduced and pass- ly grinning! house. "I am readyto commissions payable ,, 01
Farmers & Farming the department! of electrical man. The commission Is Instructed i I. ,I.IY.
ed, would have little chance of the lectors of the state of 'I''d'O, I
Png'neerlng, In co-operation with I begin my public career. I have I In the bill to prepare a measurefor contained In a bill lntrrtMH, '?, "
the General Extension Division of executive's approval. made a hard campaign and I am submission to the house of representatives day In the house of renre*" ,, I II-

(Ily Agricultural Editor) the University of Florida. The not afraid of the result, Best I not later than May 10. by Representative John i.'mi ?

I j l "!" course this year Is scheduled for While he made no definite recommendation of all I have enjoyed meeting and I I The commission members are to hews, Duval. The bill |p,,"??Math, ,
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---- -- April 15 to 22. A number of Improvements the governor suggested
! l M Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles have been planned for it would not be "amiss to men of Florida and all of you have Hazen bl| I, but the sum of $5,000 place the straight oen ,111.1,, | :,:

I 4i of Farm Experiences and Methods Found the short course, which will be | promised to vote for me. When tam Is appropriated to defray expensesof halt percent commission .'III ,n (vol.,
I employ a reasonable severance lections allowed at
,\ the seventh annual one to be given I elected il won't have the swell the Investigation The bill was pre" m( 'thOtax
h 1 To DC Best Suited to Our Country lax." In collectors are allow... ; ,: L by the university Nine major reforestation work [I head but, oh boy, won't I strut my referred to the combined Judiciary | cent on the first $4,000 ,?ollet/J JI /

a N --_--. .... -= .! .'- study groups have been mappedout which too long has been neglect- ,[stuff.?" Even Dickie perhaps will committees of the house, with 5 per cent on the next Sa* ..MM',) ,;
P'' -- ---" -- ----- -- in order that men of all de- ed." He said "We are rapidly depleting )never know how well he rung the prospects that It will be reportedout and one-halt per cent on m on' ,)

}4 ,. ;I' r 1 ]).\m" .KN. : <>!<' HTATI-3: HT(M'K IIKKTH.: : CJIWWX grees of experience may derive what has been and '1.. yet bell with his stumble illusion to "the at an early date. lections over one-half million dot"01.

1'\, MOUH: ATTKXTIOY: ix iiKKNAMM: rouvrv: benefit. Last year the course wasa the state's greatest money pro- I'I great men Of Florida." Suffice It tare.J .

10 <;JC>0!) LOT.%1'IONS l'UOUlTJo: (,'<>oi) YIELD very successful one, and many ducer without adequate effort to to say that he ran second in the Fishermen of the state and tour J

attended from all parts of the replenish It." I balloting only to little Miss Doris ists are affected by the bill offeredby Bill by the Mr. Smith authorize() and

of dairymen from expensive O. Wernlcke.ywho lives three state. InI'llblle II. I'etree, requires board of commiNBiui
t' A movement .I ---- Griffiths, 14, whose two years Representative 0 era of state institutions mann'facture ]
i Ie<
f locations near the larger miles southeast of Brooksvllle on t In declaring for conservatismof I life Western Union cap- Nassau, designating the closed season anti-hog cholera

Ai cltl< s of the state out farther from t the Dade City road has just finished 15,000 It Is estimated heard that the more than fish and game the executive em- itol messenger gave her the advantage I for fresh water fishing from hog cholera virus at the serum-wine and fix.

I'4 and harvesting two acres of man- people singing braced the opportunity to state the of wide acquaintanceshipamong May 1 to July 15 instead of from ing the salary of superim-ndeiii(

town where land la cheaper gels to yield 40 tons per acre, according tower Sunday In the special Easter game law "must be amended" to members. March( IE to May 15, as now prevail thereof, and providing foi ,it, ,?.

more plentiful la seen by Ilamlln \! to J. 1 It Logan, county numbers put on by Anton Brees. was referred proprlation for such purpose
remove; abrltrary and unreason- *. This measure read
Brown, extension dairyman of the agent. 1lr.Vernlcke Is highly At the Easter sunrise'' service able regulations with a "fair adjustment Farmers of the state will be the game committee, as was another first time by title and 'pt.rred) to
starting at 6:15: there 4,000 Ito committee on live stockPAINTER'S,
pleased with: the results of his
,4 Florida College/; of Agriculture. of license fees He suggested / protecotd against competition bill by Representative Pe-

; Efforts to establish their dallieson trial planting of beets for his to 5,000 people, while fully 12,000 closing the August hunt- from the state prison farm at Kal- tree prohibiting t the use of fur or

t on the right type of soil for grow- dairy cows. heard the two afternoon IS'// tug season and make the open sea- lord, If the legislature approves a feathers from game animals for '
one at 12:30: and the other II
ing grass and forage crops Is an- The land was broadcast with i at son hunting deer and turkey concurrent bill presented in the house of rep- domestic purposes I
o'clock Recitals will Ir
other reason for many of the bum-yard manure, broken and resentatives prohibiting the bar-

taking place, !Mr. harrowed well.before planting, dally until April 30,
that are
changes tering of produce from the penitentiary Bill by Mr Hazen provides for I Simon Pure
The hammockand which was done the first of last S Stressing his and
Brown believes. economy plan farm. of
Encouraged by high prices paid The bill was sub- the purchase and distribution I
heavier flat woods soils pro- October. After the beets came last season the growers of Lee urging the abolishment of useless j mitted by Representative D. H. anti-hog cholera serum and hog and

duce the best yields of feed crops up one-half of the area was side county have planted 700 acres to offices and boards Carlton recom- Petree, Nassau and referred to the cholera virus for the suppressionof Gem Farm I II

r p ,y aff a rule. The large amount of dressed with muriate of potash, watermelons this year, (it has been mends the repeal of the statute state marketing committee. Represent hog cholera In the state of Flor- I CropFERTILIZERS

moisture and other factors that' which gave good results. The announced. providing for three special assistant tfve Petree stated that the ida by the Livestock Sanitary
Shipments of the
, 3"I t make these boils undesrlable for beets were planted on low hammock melons will start about April 25. attorneys general drawing farmers of the state have been therefor Board, making and providing an appropriation for the dis- I

i r growing citrus trees and many land and were cultivatedfour Lee County has held the distinction $15,000 annually and epefls$8v protesting against the sale at low tribution of said anti-hog cholera

7\F r other crops are advantageous to times. of being the first county In er prices of products of the state serum and hog cholera. virus, In ,

the dairyman, states Mr. Brown. MrVernlcke figures that four Florida. to ship watermelons for Expectant Tallahassee is awaiting ,farm of vegetables' and other com- accordance with the provision of Are"TIMK'TRIKD

Dairymen who are looking pounds of beets are worth as much several years.Shipment I with interest the deluge of modities.: Under the provisions olh's this act. Read first time r>y title I

1 ahead realize that they must equip for cow feed alJ one pounds of beet 1 bills necessary to carry out the II! bill, the state farm products and referred to committee on llve- AND CROPTESTED"

themselves to provide an abundance ,I! pulp. Figured. at present prices, of. of Spanish mackerel I governor's recommendations. His I shall be used to feed prisoners in r

of cheap forage for their i' "beet pulp, me value" 01 tne beet is from Fort Pierce the last three message teems with suggestionsand road camps and distributed among I

v cows, and pastures and forage $14 per) ton, or $560 per acre. days of the week reached a total incidentally calls for one of 'state Institutions that are not now COFFINS & CASKETSand Our Brands are the Acknow

I "( crops are the two most Important Stock beets furnish succulent of approximately 200,000 pounds. the heaviest legislative slates In growing sufficient crops for their a Full Line of I ledged Standard by which

f 6 things to consider In this respect, I. feed and help to supply this at a The shipments represented the local the history of the general assem- own use. Growers of Florida have II

according to Brown. To grow season when grass l Is usually catch In a big run that had ilv.! To put It over the legislature Undertakers' Supplies judged all fertilizers for

L ;; these crops plenty of land is need-I'ICar(9. When planted In the fall been under way for several days, must click almost as a unit. In Salaries of circuit court 'judges nearly forty years. i

ed, and the land must have mois crop Is ready for feeding in during which time the entire local any event a strong working majority in the stale would be trmmed! AUTOMOBILE HEARSE "Giving all we ran for what I

ture. j the winter months. Stock beets fishing fleet was engaged"/; the Is imperative.In from 7.500 to $3,000, accordingto Alwar..n hand. 1'1I..t.-- wo get instead of getting! all I

4; The present low prices of land I are not usually grown during other haul. The season's fish sh'pmentsfrom : provisions of two bills presented I .t tar lowtat to ttlvffrapb priraa.. Hpaelal..d.r..attention I we can for what* w give,"

away from the towns Is being seasons as the cost of harvesting Fort Pierce total forty-one the opinion of legal author- In the house. One of the bills was REG1STEKRU EMBALMbB:; III l the policy" o

l '; taken advantage of by the dairymen the crop makes It cheaper to solid cars and express shipments ities Carlton's plan to bar a member offered by Representative Hazen, I TilE E. O. PAINTER

,, : who are moving out. They grow grass for the succulent feed that would fill nearly half as many of the state road department I Bradford, and the other by Repre- DEWITT C. JONES

a4, are establishing themselves where necessary more from becoming! a candidate for any sentative A, C. Stephens Hamilton. STARKE. FLA. FERTILIZER CO.

f soil conditions: are favorable and .-- .- : other office during his term, or Both were referred to the Judiciary JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

:w ,thl overhead is not so great. OIL AX.U.YHIH NOTSL'1''F'i'II' I LEGISLATIVE MOWS within six months after, Is an E committee. eRPits/

t.t abridgement of the rights of cit
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LJ.:1"1'4: IU'I.II'iW.T: TIIIn.v I: : : MII: : >IU: izenship. They state such a Representative G ,V. Hazen,
repealed, and the
"sw second primary I statute would not stick.I'olit'cal Bradford, submitted the bill

Let a person be accused of wll- There Is a rather widespread be- i system the provision of voting..f substituted house under viding for the appointment of a We can charge your (
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fully causing another to pet typhoid lief: that chemical analysis is the submitted In the house of I parties In Florida commission to investigate the cur- Y YES S 8 UR

4y, t, or other disease germs into only step necessary to determine representatives which polled five per cent or more tailment of the judicial circuits In
by Representative STORAGE BATTERY In Uo
for John '
and terrible
lit' ; his system, a cry 1 Urn correct fertilizer to use on a I 11,]. Mathews, Duval. The of the total vote in the general the state to not more than twenty. I
Yet it often bill sets
Justice will be raised. be holda
election, would required to There mow are twenty-eight cir-
soil or'the to which It best
crops the date for
happens that we, through neg1'genoe I holding of the two under the
I suited. This belief la far from( primary cuits In Florida. The bill provides
? are guilty of allowing typhoid I primary electrons specifies who terms of measures, amending election commission
that the shall be composed -
correct, according to Rup-
,ti to be spread to members shall be entitled vote in them I StarksFJa.
;, germs reclit, chemist of the Florida Experiment and laws Introduced by Senator of five members) includingthe Smith's
41 of our families by the house- Stttt'on. I specifies regulations and qualifications \VV, Phillips, of the Fourteenth head of one of the state educational Ga-rage }
fuVB should take every_ _possible candidatesThe bill '|district. ,He explained today that Institutions, a justice of .
Almost Dr. uupreclit t
every day ;
step to get rid of these filthy'I receives of soil with I was referred to the committee on the bills also would prohibit a candidate the supreme court, a clerk of a cir
samples re
disease-carrying pests primary laws, which is headed by defeated In the primary -

'?i' Which is utter, to spend a few, quests for a chemical analysis The Representative 13. K Italian] election from entering the general
I Experiment Station Is glad to rem
( '' dollars and some time in keeping Pol k. According to the proposedlaw election. The measures, of far-
der this service to Florida farmers Jar Economical Troniporlation
k"' the first
dowu these nasty, filthy, danger primary election reaching effect, were referred to

i, ous flies, or to pay doctor bills, when there is an Indicationthat shall be held on the first Tuesday the committee on privileges and
some real service is. being after the first Monday In June of
c take care of sickness and often elections.
given. In most cases very little
even witness death In the family? general election years. The second ,
benefit Is derived from this Information -
We will take the former. primary shall be held on the D'ckle' Dell, Tallahassee boy'

n We have been advised to believes Dr Uupreclit. fourth Tuesday of June, If such an elected page In the house of representatives ,
A chemical analyses of soil simply election
"swat the fly" so long until I am required.A last Monday, literally
shows the total plant food con
afraid many of us are prone to not took the hause down when he :
tained In the soil It 'does not '
pay any attention to this admonI- second school measure by Sen mounted a press table and delivered -

/ tion. Hut after all, !tinting the fly tate how much of this plant foodIs Futch, would make It unlawful for one of the best campaign ,

is not so terribly hard, and Is well available for the use of the any teacher 0'1' ;Instructor to allow speeches the legislative body has ""

ingt k worth the price. We all know to plant. Since this Is what thq_farmer any pupil to practice or pnrtlc'pate! heard In many a day. Dickie, Just efre hu'l
really wants to know, Dr. Rup- In athletic lfOU
'I. keep down filth and keep flies from any activities during turned 14, but politically wise be-
recht suggests a more practicable regular school hours.
t breeding, to clean out the stables Immediate yond the years of many a man ofvotflig

l 'at least once each week or 10 days method of getting this Informa removal and l termination of contract age, launched his political

and scatter the manure on the tion. would be provided for viola- career last night from atop the
Better than, a soil! analysis is to tion. Both were referred to the table In the house of next
rtl fields or put It In a screened pit, press repre- automobile
get the county agent to look over committee on education.
n4 and to screen the house. But do sentatives. It was a ringing declaration
Since he I Is better
the field acquainted .J.J--'
the concluding speeach
; we do these things
l with local conditions the Damages caused
by careless Dickie's whirlwind
In addition to the above
r precautions
,kr against flies, we should use I agent will be In a better positionto operation of a motor vehicle In page of the house of represen
y advise as to the crops suited violation of the law .
in his
cases tatives. Addressing remarksto learn
of them
traps to catch as many as
; ,
and fertilizers needed.To where personal \'l1q over
possible, poisons to kill as many property Injury "Mr. Speare and fellow representatives -
'icy farmers who live in coun- la sustained, would constitute
a I of the 22nd general assembly -
ill, 1' more of them as possible, and
ties where there are no agents, Dr. lien next In priority to the lien ," Dckfe! prefaced his
A waiters to swat the rest. Flytraps
Uupreclit suggests; that they write for state, county and '
outside the screened munIcipal speech in true platform style by
; 't kitchen will catch a large part of him type noli, crops raised for two taxes on the motor vehicle, undet assuring his listeners that since ; 300.000

or three years previous, yield ap- the terms of another
measure by the hour was growing late he -
the flies that there and
:,J"FI ;j: congregate pearance of crop, amount and kind Senator Futch. The provisions would address htmself'-only to the
wait for. the screened door to be
# of fertlllzei applied to the soil, however, would not apply where Issue of the moment. "I want this
;, '., opened so they can enter
A good poison can be made of 3 any abnormal conditions such as' the car was operated by a person Job because I need the $4 a day bare

tablespoonfuls; of commercial for Rood, droughts or cold weather., other than the owner wlthout'the' and because It will give me a good r"The COACH alleeadq
a ---
owner's consent. House Dill No. -- --
(,; malin In a pint of milk and sweetened -

t water. This Is a mild poison 2, providing an emergency appropriation I 11tfi <
but Is effective against flies. Put of $10,000 for the 'M E $ the New
WKL'F: I'AICI itotlttrFoilow'ng : I I purchase and distribution! of hog 5 9 5
; 1a( tt in ,saucers, or other shallow containers -
J cholera serum by the state' live
and keep it where the flies
stock sanitary board, went thru
I ; 'p .an get to It but the children Chewrolet
can't. Is a list of farm talks under waived rules.Meaanrea I ltr.bsuR.S2S : SIX

In' to be broadcast from station I
fighting flies, as In other The
,4 : WRUF at Gainesville. Florida for concerning electionsand PHAETON .525
kinds of war eternal vigilance is
lie week ending April 19. The voting made their appearance The January first over 300,000 haavecchossen
> people
J the price of success. Keep everl'sUndy COUPE . 595::
; farm talks are given at 1 p. m. In the senate hopper. Sena- the Chevrolet Six And
The in
It. day Increase
at '
every sees an
each day In the week. The- wavelength torV'. D. Bell of the Twenty- ;SLUANTltr? . 675 this tremendous
y" +' HINTS TO iioisiuivis: : ; Is 201 I meters. seventh district, introduced a bill' tfatrlCADiUOLET .'695 acceptance-

Itr April 13-L. 3. D. A. Farm a permit the challenge!! of any person The ConrrrtbU .. -for the new Chevrolet not only brings the
talk offering vote In a primary ( LANDAU 725 enjoyment
; + "'Ia)' (Oi'HMK In the Diet? of siv-cyhnder

i Py 1 Oranges help to give us good April 15-Aw Overlooked Income election by any qualified elector i i iRepreeentatfve Th.Sedan. Dolivmy .':595:: body performance, within the reach of every-

It'P;>etltes. of the Farmer,. Dr. JT. H. The Light' everywhere, but gives the Chevrolet buyer aD.ni..r

3, Oranges supply us one of the Turlington, professor farm management Mathews also ChauliTh '400 greater dollar value than any other low-priced car. "
was the author of a bill that would Lawns '
e ht( ilth giving vitamins that is not College- Agriculture. I 4 Ton Ctimmtm 545

s pi'' :itltul in milk and that helps April 15 IT. s. D. A. Fi*rm change the amount of commissions Th"* 11 Ton '650COMPARE'::: Just consider what you get in the Chevrolet Six! The
l talks accruing/ to tax assessors. Chataia with C.b. smoothness
prevent disease. flexibility and
of six-cyllnder
,1( q' .r,. Oranges furnish a generous April 17 Intentional: Parasites The bill would allow! assessors rich Atlprle..tab.fieery, engine vOiich delivers power a :

j r S ''sf ,ar supply easily used by the of Poultry, Dr. K. F. Thomas 1 I-2 per cent on the first million green" Flint Mich. gallon better than twenty mile to the

41 IK dy. It Is nature's sugar. assistant veterinarian, Experiment dollars worth of property assessed The beauty and luxury: of bodies by Fisher with
i l
1 and; 1-2 of 1 "With Vigoro our lawns have been adjustable
cent the dm-er's
Station per re-
: supply! minerals to seat. The
t' 3 Oranges thickly matted a rich green allseason. effortless control of big,
help build and keep sound teeth April 18 V. S. D. A, Farm 'mainder.tax The present law allows ." says W. L. Austin head quiet, non-locking 4-vheel brakes and ball bearing
assessors a straight 1 1-2
talk percent
and bones gardener Frank O. Lowden Estate teering.
$ 6. Oranges help to overcome an April 19 Palma and Bamboo commission on all property Oregon. 111. "Flower were th.h.. de'lvcrx.... pric!.price In conuitorini M wit m, discover consider Chevrolet prices! And you will

In Florida. W. I-. assessed: hardier, heavily blossomed." a atnmnbll I ..1..... Ch... that this fine
Major FloYd.
( quality Six be
_rm? \ acid condition of the blood. ......'....lIv.re.! price.inctuJ. can actually
should be added professors> of horticulture Collegeof -J- Typical of the success: withVigorol only ._>_hl., chart bought in the price
_ ,I 7. Oranges i Proponents of legalized bettingat Complete balanced it delivery and financial.* ,for range of,the four! Come in. Let us
early to the Infant's diet of milk. Agriculture. prove that who
; supplies all elements of plant foodrequired afford
_. race tracks gather little com- any car can afford
I', They should be continued with any for early growth,.perfe':t a Chevrolet Six!
Plans for a atate flower show, fort from Governor Carlton's message -
5' diet. They are a mild laxative. development. Clean, odorless
which will be made an annual reference to law and lawless-
8. If the quart of m'lk'! Is being Coat only lOc to 20c per 100 sq.
h festival each spring slmlllar to ness.' He said Torode-Ritch
"Florida must ft. Sold where you buy lawn and
;,- t't ,, taken orange Juice Is a good be- Chevrolet
"' early celebrations! In other citiesof make no surrender to nor compromise garden supplies. Order today t Company
3y-,- tween-meal drink. (Let all FlorIda
rd ) Florida were formulated at a with the enemies of const'!
School Lunch Rooms serve oranges -
,. meeting of representatives of In- tuted authority. Agencies: to establish Starke
,, ) It does not destroy the I
r the next meal. terested organizations held at legal. proof of crime and en- Florida
appetite for V160'ROCOMPLETE
f'' Clearwater recently. The force the law should be strengthened I
to make
9. Orange Juice helps
first flower celebration will be held Instead of weakened.. He k
children like their' milk.
: li connection with the annual con- dismissed the subject with the '
Mary A. Stennls.
vention of the Florida State Horticultural statement that "Florida should \ SWIFT' COMPANY produe
Dade City Sholtner building Society April 9, 10 and build on permanent values and not G. I1. UKiNINETT: I'

F I'r extensively repaired. t 11, risk her future on a. game of Starke, Florida

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day were: Mrs. T. P. Ward and I night in Theressa with his broth-I I Prospects bright for establish. flOT'CI';_. I I H"ftll..h."alt'r. I..m""M.'I. !
I .
K..r ItisingI I an"" Li win Hn ,II U y I
BROOKER daughters Florene and Stella Mae er. Theist of airplane landing field In In Circuit' Court, Twc-ntv-XIxth Ju.ilclitl I Miltne e. onnle Ii. ctnwford.
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'Valparaiso. I Circuit: Hrndfoid County.Flotilla. I I For hout.I."ln-I. A. DonitelH. \Y.I' I
Mr. and Mrs. L A. Drown and Miss Lola Galney Is spending t In Chnniery.Urndford v. Colemnn, John rreatlFor .
) ; County Hank III'o"k..r-J. J. Mnrvun J-:. M. '
son Artford Misses Josephine several weeks in Jacksonville with / MMHi': OK SlinHlr'F'M MVI.I1 A oorporatlon. I' ..... Hold wire ('..I""II. 'I

Jjj, rohn Pinholuter of Tampa. Zelma of Gainesville were visitIng Chesgci. Lubcdla Pin holster. Car- trends: and relatives Complainant.VB.. I M. P). :JIAV.hairmnn.I .. -.

)) 'nding some time here with here last Wednesday night. rie Dell Dukes Roberta Gracie Miss Elsie Flowers of Campvllle,, I Vncler and by vllrii,:;,t..I't' oxerutlou i C. T. Idtwhorne., Hlng-li' anti It I. nItidenour :. A. J.. nillKKIS I
iMMiipil out of and he seal I Secretary '-ii-5t-4-11.! :II 401l0l1
lId and relatives. Mi-. and Mrs. It. M. Oalney and and Jewell Conerly. MelbreeHodge was the week-end guest at the I the clirult court of I'olk ,'ountv, DefendaittHIt I : ,
Pearl Bryant of Jackson- !Miss\ under data ot January 7,, appearing: 'thrll:' : : nppemUd I !N .
JMIUI* Pearl Galnev, were visiting Iris Brown Laura Newell home of Miss: Lorena Greene. 'j..t, !I, wherein, C J. MoirlMon, dolni to the bill tti nbovtcntme.. (
l Ie *pent Saturday night here in Hampton last .. ,'RM its "Moi-ilNon, Tlrt Ht'rvlfe", that It I I. belle\eil bv complainant ,
and Mrs. R. M. Galney. Saturday. Geneva Ilarrell, Mildred Cone and Mr. L. K. Galney was transacting plaintiff and Jon Hrpnnan, 1n<-., that C. T. l.awborne. one of the 110' In the Cotitt of the County Judge .
9th !Mr Among those attending the firth business in Jacksonville last a tui'poi'lit lion. lit JMr! Cyril Dukes and sister Avis Sunday Mrs. Uosa Plnholster. Mr. and levied upon and will offer for sale! or cltlien of the Stale' Florida.IN ,
meeting union last Sunday Friday. And Hell I In the lilK>ir..t and heat hll- of Florida. that his Ian known ,,,1- TIlE' MATTHH (II.' TUB BRTATWOF lg
I Dukes, were visiting here last were: Mr. H P. Oainey and daugh Mrs. II. ?a!. Baxter Messrs. H. n. Mr. Wadsworth and Gor.. tier finniMli. at Jon I lliennun'n ('Ii lOll dress IH Malik State of rtrla. nvHtreet I.N. I
Ldiiesday night. ters. Pearl Crosby son. one tittle east of Hr(>nk..r. Hrndfon nddreHH belnic u.n. knovii : ThAI T. Hitch also known a. N.h-un, I"I"I I 1
Alph llazen. Erma: Ma.
and Vera Mrs. H.( Gain- be IK T. Hitch.DecenMecl.. ;
don of Graham passed" through county Florida on 'the flint Mon over enty-one yearn' of nts,
I Mrs Carrie Dukes of Dukes ey. Mr. and !Mrs J. Morgan! and ,. theny T. II. and John Plnliolster hay; of Mnv \9St.; the Mama bvliiK That there I.. no pi-rnon In the. Mtnli. 1,
visiting here last Wednesday Ptt; here last Sunday.Mr. the 6th day itf Htittt. month Hiitl le- of Florldn, known to .complainant TO all creditors lecrateeii dl'I! I '
us son. Clarence Baxter. Marcus Conerly. Lon- Herman and Luther Moodyof Kill ,sales dav.\ Mild between t the service. of a nubpoenn upon whom i tilbiitveH, ii nd all I I perKotiH hntniwrclalma J"
its(in Among thoHe attending the file Parker Clyde Kelley, H. H. bourn of eleven oVloik. A. M, and would bind I tbe said defendant. or demitnils. agaInst said "t I
un- Lacrosse passed through( here two o'clock 1* Af. of duv. the IT IS THKHEFOHK : eNtitle : ; ift,
Thomas and I : I
Mr Norman sister- .jon meeting at Wateroak last Sun- Brown Guy and Malcolm Ilarrell. last I following described ,.::iht.estate ani That c' T l.iiM'mil'nc. Hit In --- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. and Mrs.V.. I Monday.n'OAE i nv (I" "I>,'I"Y oT the ,defendant. Jim .nnd ho I IK hereby I'ull,iulred I tn n "ppeiito anil required tn present anycbtlntm i "
',,1 attending church Ill-finan. III" ". to tmtlxfy mild exculIon ". the bill of comnlnn| filed In ....1,1\ and demand, ** whb h y"lI..r { ;I\
___ 1lIa rrell. at New Hope from here were: Mr. t and coxlx, toe It : calico on or before Monday, the either of you, mav hnvv aKHlnnl IllS ; .\i
\ !Mr. Miillie Surrency and Hoy 17 MoiiHtt TeiitH, on \NhoelH. Mxih day of AIIIN ,t. n u. .. n estate of N. I. ITCH, clen-n .1. : '
and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Ron I \VatriiriM.. \\IHC the allcKntlonn of mild bill alIt Mil Id cleceiiMed. .1-lntf' Hutiiet. I in.... ,
How to Play Greene were visiting Starke last I! lit 1'. H. P. Gn'ney: and \\'. .1. IH'PIIHXOV; ". in Ic.'uu an confcHHed by Haiti doonilitnt known and more fully i i diHiilbi-il\ .IIM I ..it
Clarence! sli'ii 'isv of Bradford ,. 4 .
Sunday I futility, F'i i.rlla I. x 1'1.1011111'1'1'11/ i 1"1. .r mdi ..1County I ,
/ Mrs. II. Galney, init.MAN: : T TA "1.(111. IT IH Fl'HTIinn. OIinnitKI>. That' Florliln, tn the Iliinorn. In 'i'''
u'tIi//itm !Mr. Aubrey Hu en and Lourle \\ Inter. Haven Fin. 'Mlii' nidi.i I he tiuhllxl.cd on'e a week I HeoiKe' .V. "hard Int-r, Cutintv I Jtidi; ,i' ,
Brown of :
Mr. Hubert
BRIDGE Molt Graham Attorney I fop IMalitlff. 4-12-4t-5-3 for fun.i' eon st'c'tttlvo I I at',,,'k.. I In. llrndf I l- of HiHilford. Count: v. at his nine! n 4g
were visiting! at Sunnyslde passed through; here last: !Sunday. f<>i',l I'''UIiIY TelcKtnph' nt Htarke the County Ciitiithmif-o. In :MmHradfiird /.7

Beach last Sunday afternoon. ('I.llil'M: i'il S >" i'.i. 11'1' tTlIi.1r: : lel"'I.f. County ,Flnrlda.ltliln. Jnionttut I I tI
Jr Mr Hnrrell Mr. Grady Baxter. who has been KM" > r\ i--i \i><* \\' ITMSS:.: : the seal of this ,court .. from I Inv diite. of I tho 11'11 g
: : % Series 1O.' and Miss working Wlldwood returned Mimthlv llnaiifiHi KtMtvinent' of nl"" the nnini- of tI I. W \hl..1II1\1I piibllcntlon hereof All il.ilms: u ddemandK I ja a.
1928-29 by !Mildred\ ( Cone were visitIng! In I ItriKlfoid, county for th. month ol Cleik i>f Ci.iiit. this the :lid day of' not prvetinteil within the .7 .
home last' Thursday. Marth 1929.I April I .\. D. t031.!). time I utid I In the niiinnei i 5.i ,i'I 11 I ,it ;
f Wynne Ferguson Starke Saturday night. :Mr John P'nholster! of Tampa. .etternl. r"ailn xv- .\I.nr'JUI\N.: herein shall t... bin.red. IIH 1.,1.1. ", ?
L Mr. 11. A. ColHon and Lourle I Hnl flare) I. 1UVI: :2MS! (1'1101.\1.) t'h'I'k I'lreilit'lIrt, by la w.l ''t
Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION who hat been spending/: a while KeielptH tiring month 1 t'tI.l) 0'nrri.nts A. H. f'ltNWH. l nted Mnn-h S, A. n., 19211 I .
1DG"opra Mottee visiting In Starke Saturday ehre with friends and relatives I \\ dtirlnir month ". .'. jill 00 .Solicitor I foi l'ulll lainunt.I 'J'1I11'I.t.ANTIC NATIll.NAI lt'.N: K: )(
n'gltt. l1ii.I Apr. 1. 1821) _. ._ __ 6S.2S n-fit-R-3/ I'ii.'' JACK8ON.: VIUI.IJ. AH I I':\. ,itt.r ,
I n146, i iluyic, jr. returned home last Friday. I" me nml Knrlelture. .'..,..i ---- of I Ilia I.ltnt. Will unit 'I'.."Hull''lit <>(
Mr. O J. Mott and Luther lIar- The people of I this' community! Hal March 1 I. 1J-"I; 1117.00itl..tI \o 11( ii'in urn' 101114MI I N. 'I'. Hitch also known HI Nel-' i.

roll were visiting/ Valdosta.. Ga.. Pt" diiilnn: month ___ fill! .811\ 1111:111: IOIIHNotice soul T. Ultth. ; ,
ARTICLF No. 75In have been(: harvesting: their crops Wiiriiint dtirltiir' moiith I A<>9.Nil ity \V. o HIIII7.l'rt.: 'I
ant Saturday night. such as. beans etc. Ual Apr. t. 19."I! ._ 461.tt I .IH hviebv: irl\en I that alltedltorH. 3-8-4t-B-3\ ItH. Vice. 1..ld""t '" ,
Drpvfous article attention shoulQ Mr. and Mrs. U M Galney "..R.I Kun.l I t l.i-Kiilc.'H, IMHtrlbiiteeH. nnd
was' i taKe out his partner's business Mr. R. H. Greene was lran act. Hnl :Marcia __ ___ I
that t. I I1IJ1) 7 H7.tO nil I pm-HollH hiivlnif I .'lilniM I" aKitln I \U.I'Il.I'1 OK FINl.. ) "('HtlU.HNotice .
piled to the lact very otten a double ot two hearts with a three club spent) Sunday In Wlldwood.Mr. ( lug business in Maxvllle Satur- Hcii'Hn.[| dnrlnw month 18010 I he entitle of llar\tv! M Muidt't' deniMcil. ,
iityci should bid his own unit alter a bid. Alph lIazen visiting In \Vnrritntn clurtnir month __ :. I. me llelebv reUlled| i I:: :: to 'lire
Liiihle t bv his partner. even if he is sure In the Hill Apr. 1 1. II>2' ., ..8178.03l'ubl"'II ",'"t the HH in u duly iititlicntlcitted to ) IH hereby R'IvrlIhat sixty I I Ility
intends actual play B passed '!nd Graham last Sunday night.Mr. day.Miss Lorena and Ozena Greene ,. Kuilil t Iho I'iiii n I 9' J.1.1 utu of I Hindfoid l coo n- after. date hereof I will nla my ,
Ji.it] his partner such double as, Y Z nude three hearts douUeii I IIAI. Marth I I. l UU ___ 180.U I ty', Floiltla, at.hln oirlce In the I court final iiicomit and vnucherK an TOxectilor I
Leslie "
double The type ot hand and game Greene and Miss Lois and brother RiiHsell and Mr. HetelplH : : : : : nf the Wnlnte: ot ,v. Kllerjr1'avlH. '
i business rubber while at dubs A H diiilnir month ---- 10.96 i ilIliI. muno, In I tlie City of Starke, withinn
Id and the bidding are the deciding have scored would Gainey were visiting In Hampton, itersrhell Hrntinpn' Warrants, during, :month :=_ ( year from date theteof or his decenMed., with the llonntabl '
lour odd. Be on the look : : were visiting __ __ _. lli-o. A. 11121 _
Iictors the fact that AI"'II I. u 1st.09OiitMtnttillitM notice will be held I In bar thereto Irea
: :
not partner I out for such hands and don t leave vour Starke Lacrosse and Worthington III Campvllle last Sunday. (? Funil nnd. all pemonK. Indebted to said. ea- Bradford;. County, Florida, : fcfot 4c

ii,is doublet lor business. Some olayers partner in a outlines double unless Springs) last Sunday. Misses Lillian and Leola Foggof Ital March I. IU1! _____ 742.94 :ate are required to pay the Ham. hut approval and my final clla:; lq '
hv' "1 never take my partner out- of a hand just ifies your H".ll"| diirlitK i Iii..fl I Ii _. __ 4:1.2:I 'oilhwlth to I Iho tindeiMluned ",Imllll"I' charge nn such: Kxecutnr.Thl :. ; 0
it. A
crowd of folks de-
young were Graham were visiting! here las Wnijantn during month 4IIK.17 lit day of March 1020.KI.l.KUV .
iisiness double" but there should be :
: 'ghtfully entertained at the home llal. Apr I I. IDZ'I': -- u .-... 318.B'Vldir Thus; \ : lihe IDlh. day of !\fAnh. A. IX at. DAVIS ,
IT such word as "never" in Auction. Hand No. 2 Friday afternoon.Mrs. \ ,,'. Pennloil 1 9 29. 3-l-9t-4-20. ICxectitor. !. fr
he pl.iver who "never" does this or of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown last HUSH and! son. J. B., were Hnl. March I I. 1VJ1I __ _.._ dm 93 A. 8 CItliWR. -------._- lo ')

that is more apt to be wrong than right \)\Hearts//Clubs Q, 72 -_ Saturday night.; Misses Iris Brown attending to business In Theressa" ItecelptH\\' diiilnw diiilnir month month 21.00 1411arritnto I I .AdinlnlKlratnr of entitle( of MII'U'II' OK FINAI. IHI'IIUU.r \ I
K Harvey M .
; J 14 Hnyder. deceiiHed.
icep an open mind at all times and : Y : and Laura Newell were hostessesto last Friday.Mr. llal. April 1. 1023: 667.UJ 3.229t.617.NOT"'I.1. --
'are to use your own judgment. Vou i'lJiamonds-S : A B : this .4icrleiil. $iirnl Knnil Sixty daya after date hereof on ;'i
Inow hand much better th > Spades J. 10.9.7,5,2 : Z | )party. I. L. Bu blinks of Lake City. Hnl :MarCia I. 19211) _____ 8284 to-wltt the Ut day: ot May, 1 1D'lh I
your own n !Mr\ 'i','. K. Thomas of Gainesville was visiting his wife and children Receipt iliirlnw month I 14.U or I'I.I'C""IO": : the underHljrned, : Kxecutrlx: ,, ;
loin partner and are therefore in % \\niriintH ditrlnir month .. Kant \\IIIIILII iiuch better nosition. to decide what I No score, rubber/ game. Z :dealt nno rid was visiting here last Wednesday here this week-end. Hill. April 1 10211 ___ __n 06.00( lay t the power veMteil. In I them bv tale of JameH 1'. FhllllpH: dcccaneil.vtll ,
Eou should do with it. Here are two one diamond. A passed ana Y cia :Due night. Mr. O'd: Crawford of Lake But::' lSulI.Ilu. Fund I he lawn of Floilda, the llonril' of \ present. my vcituhet-H and Itnitilicuuioul 1
no trump. B Z Hill March 1 I. IIIJII.; ) _____. I 1ST.tin 'tilillo I I Inxti<''lion' of. It rod. .f.'ri Ciiun- t to the Honorable 11..0. A. '
passea ana did Miss Louise who :
pnc examples: .. hearts. two Caraway was a ler spent the week-end here with Uct'elptH during inonHi _- ___ I 10.06) y 'iilis. I an election. to he held at tlardlner.I County Jtidwe. cif HtndfortlCounty1
A and Y oasaea anc. B cia .wo member of our school faculty returned wife and family. Warrants durltiK1 ntontli __ I }ollowlitHT:: I named tilnceH. on Apt, 'I II 20 f.j j I Florida I nnd ank for his at>- ,. '
Hand No. 1 no (.runip. / now bio three diamonds I'Hi' AprIl I. ru4 _ __ MIS.ei l'12'l' for I the puipoHe of vlectliiK, pr.vitl and my discharge" uv such ,..iI' "
A ana Y passed ana B doubled L Z to her home In Sanford last Mrs. I. L. C n bunks and children. I heteliy; cprllfy;:; that the foreHrolnirKtatetiient I hiee IriiHteeH ell.-l.. .and drtei.mlnliiMT I I [':ir utrlx. t C '
I Hearts-S whit Friday. j In Jacksonville I nhowlnir I l,nliiuoiat, ; the I be 11I11 I III Kit lo. be anncnncd. In eachUlHtrkt Tills let dAY nf !March, 1')21!) .
passed, should A now bidr Should I are Bpendliu Home time Ix'irlnnlnir, of nnd at the etullnjr. ofthe I.OU ANNA 11 IHIFFIS, t9i f.
Y : Clubs-J 10 9,7. 5,3 he nasa and try to detest the three The Itrooker school closed last with friends and relatives. Hum I.h 'herein I above .Minted nnd For the ptnpone of hnldlnMT nnld :3-l-Pt-4-26. __ nueculrlx.OI :.'!. : 44t

I A B : DiamondsJ,4 diamond bid or should he bid three Thursday night after a successful Misses Lorena Greene and 1 Elsie of the. lecelptn I nnd wairantii I iMHiied livllnn I I tbe iniiiiiiuorn BIO' an. folFn'r I- "'
Z : Spade.-J.9.4.2. >1'les/ 'luihiir I liii It "month, cot ienionilw| wilh I I liia's: \ II r. OK 11"\ .I..t'li \IK.MNotlcn J
,61 'A should! school tarm. Nearly all pup'lshave : Flowers and !Mrs. R. H. Greene I the ledirdH. of my olllce and l IK I tins ThereKMii, \V I 1I1..on.1.I 1.h. I-

rubber Z dealt andi certainly bid thr ee spade*- paRsed and did it with high Ozena and Russell, : Greene and MrHerschell Htul, roriect I to I bo 'beHt of my. knowl- ..-' HI"I'I\KII' (.'.....IIH.'I "iilll\nn 'In hereby (tlvrn tIt, sixty (t _
No bid 'ilktc | .
Jrc.' game. a he should luve made over .he / HIK belief. Jill. leitlfy that Fur Sltnike. -Fred Kcolt. A. J. t'day, after. dm hcritif. I will tIle my \
I _i '' I lIt! one no trump Y and 13 three diamond bid. 11 however hewiHistifion honor Brannen all\ attended .the following In n lint of all countyili'tioHlfOIIOH TliomiiM. J. 1". I'<: kilter. I II lull I aiiount nnd voucherH an a.l- ,
d I Z l bill i two hearts. A doubled in p.issinn rt that !Miss Laura Newell who was a the( /Iee' club program In Slarke MlKiwInur I the balnnci> III Fur 1.lIwl..v-.J. 1.. 1 llarrrll. J. I H. I IMunru. mlitlNt.' rutor of the Klale) ofV.. A. I
etace he each nt I the i lone of the month herein p JiiineK. .I ,
I Itonler ) decenHed,
I Dribble, with the Honorable 3'
'i li ami every one at the tableif certainly should bid thr-e smiles when member of this school faculty left last Friday n'ght. M 1'MI' Nttttid. and I tho nnioitnt of ""- For Ilioiiklvn--J. P. I'mliieU J. 8 I
=T he bid a no trump and IIIH partner doubles three diamonds Sunday for her home inVest Mr. A. A- !Hazen of C Inesville. ,curltv I I fiirnlMhed. I bv: each ..11I'h tlipoBItotv i iI lilner: Jr.. It. C. I llclbernerb'nr j nf Hrmlford County, .Florida and ink ,
'I 'U d an adverse suit bid his Thin; douhle) IS a Dimmess doubleout I and I Ihi I 'amount of I IntxroKtluild i 1.lIy-.I. 1.. tr..hlll.. !lint I I1 for his approval 811,1! ,mv Dual I dlchnrice is.
business double and it B i. Palm Ht>acb. was visiting his moth here lust or credited i ilurlnir mild motitli ,Mvnrcc I .1 l.i ii. Joli us,,". IIH Much ndtiilnlMtrntor, .tjj.
a" into nas the big hand !ndicateo cy hi- Mrs. Gld Crawford and daughter l>y eitch I Nil iii:! depdHltorv:: t :: on ncc>onntof Foraii< 0 I'hi It..-I I.. I I.. dinner, .....r. TliU Int day of H..ireh, 192U.MUVVAItl ) 1
tit it t the bid.d two no trump I fid: and his :louble 01 :Sunday. cnrient dully buliiiueH. or I tlmnda- by Crews, Ham" Wbltiheadiioiii ) 11. lltlltllLK I :, iiR 1 ) ',)Ii

\. and 13 was up against: the three :diamonds A B not only have :4 were visiting In Wade last Rep. (I. \V. llaaen spent n few I'''RltnWIlneHs. my hand thin. l st day of ro' ,. ...o *. | i_.!.|r.'Vi. 1 llrew I 1-l-nt-4-2H! _,,_ _. 'llnll1"I", .., f,4i

-4 jmt referred to. Should he chance to make three spades but may Saturday. days! here vtith! his family and has Api, 11. I 1829. '

Ii )I v n irtner's biiiiru'Bs double ton make of O \V. AT.TiKIlMXV': : :. ,
p game and rubber. Mrs Kd Crosby Jacksonville now returned to his dul'es\ iu Tallahassee. : '
c 'houhl) he take him out with On the other hand Z's hid ot hear"I is spending some Vine: here with Clerk of the Cli-eult'' ('uur'. "
I Irs ii for'I
h'1'?rhe answer to that question I I and diamonds '1nel's no truhirl 1:11: <. friends and relatives. Blanche Ablerninn n.rouitry C. The Telegraph I ,
Miss Clara Smith pending
'V. (for B lutBiVt possible trick are Pretty Rood .indications ihat Jiev --- ,
!Mr.\ Carter and family of Lakeland time In Waldo will, frlemlfi
'II 1m partner defeat the two heart wit not be badly I doiijtcj sc Jure .6 I some CI.IUK-M: in:roitr

I On the other hand it played at little to gam ana It iot &:c lose .:,. ->.is8in< have moved hero to make Mr. Lewis Sh river was !transacting ;' i

II i. h a hand should fit in very well B's double. In the 'lctua play A i.isscaI the:r future home. All with them I business in Starke last Friday< Skin ke.h.I .. April 1, 1 1)29.fleport ) r \

mth- his partner's no trumper. The ana Z's three: :diamonds were :dcieateu good luck here. Mr. C. Hazea wan! visiting In nf Clerk of Circuit; ; ; :

,I'. ol tha double looks doubtful, I only one tricK while it spncies \ ?f Mr. K. \V. Hayes of Starke, was 1 Lake r Butler lust Sunday evening Court Florida In on and account for Urndfnril of Taxe County aMH......, Saves 1{ / ;: !!
uiiu> th I-or three that club reason bid seems 13 certainly 9 =er- coula rubber.nave core. < our xii ama: an<; I a business visitor here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy IMnholster cd for the C. year A. KnlKbt 1437, tax collector u .

I. Mr.: Penley of Lacrosse, was a I and baby of Jacksonville spent 4'nunfr I'rwperTo t,

\ Answer te rot'.em. No. 28 visitor nere !nunuuy.Miss UltUiS.J:,.. .. .i... .ivI-w.___ .iv..lI."It tit.'_1..t..'.o. ........u.1. .: l anil..>nl_._.. due foiiecced..Mur'. ...1 I. _IDJll. ) HJSHdliiy I u.uu.uu. \ 11\,

I'eail Galney spent Tues relatives.Rev. To bal. due Mar I. I III2 I 11.0 6.Uij : f r1k; ;
lirarts-Q. J -I A irrlciiltiirn. I ITo :,
Clubs-A. 8 6..J. \ day night :'n Hampton. Norris of Lacrosse filled lull this Fell. 2H), 11129 .1U.OO

Diamonds KSpadesA.4 Miss Lorena Green spent Tuesday hiM regular appointment here at fly Hint collected I I ID.I nil) thYourMagazwesourCkoice ;
to bal due Mar. 81, 11120 1102.70
2 I night In Starke with friends. the Paptlst church last Sunday.Mr. llotiil nml llrlilne. lloniln :

JTcirt K. 91..7 6 1 Lart. S ''Z Mr. II. P. and L. R. Galney, L. and Mrs L A. Brown and ".. \1 l due I t..h IX, 1U2U 69,00 41Iiy
jt QTI I 'l! Cluos-53' I amt. collected _______ 879.21lo
a a A. Drown and John Plnholster! daughter, Iris. were transacting bal. due Mar IK. tO'J'l! ..OSaitl.iotonntx '
))1) in >twis> 8, 4, 2 : A B I I lamo"sQ, 1Q 9 !: : llulldlnwTo ''
iAluc, -- J 5, 3 'a Z a Spa..i.a .0 9 5 were transacting business in Jacksonville bus'ness in Gainesville last Friday.Mr. bal dmHVb. UK, l\ttu\); l.lIIBfi P 1

last Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Crews and baby My ami collected 10.PRTo

Hearts- A 10. 5 3 H. P. and L. ft. Galney were and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Baxter bal(' (t"" Mar Mh.Jl....l-1121<< enernl_ I I1U27UiniiitX

Clubs-lO transacting business In Gainesville I were transacting business In To tial dun "','h. iiH, lUll ;2 ..27301Iiy )
i.\monde A 7 6. 3 anil Collected 2llt.10
8 I last Wednesday.Mr. Starke last Saturday.Mr. To baj due. March 31. 1029! 22,053V.:)
Spades-K !\ F. A. Scott of !Starke wasattending Cyril Dukes of Dukes wasa ('oiinty Pulls .Any5.l.Jffagazlnes r i'
'score, rubber game. Z dealt and bid :, the nine of spaces./ 7 shollid now VaJ to business "here last friendly visitor here last Sun To bal. due .Keb. 2H, llJl!) 802111)))
__ .
fly unit collected _. 7.1111 .
diamond. A passed Y tict twolints the ace ot diamonds A orced
I ana -s to .
Wednesday.Mr. Tu bill. due Mar SI I. 1021 715 IM) ,
11 and Z bid two no discard. lie cannot discard the king: al l day.Mr. Tulnl "nhII'.b..I1' -lleKulnr" '
1 mips' A flossed I and A opened the hearts or Y's Queen 01 hearts \il'!' DCgood Paul Stewart was transactng Paul Stewart was visiting ,) bal due .....h. US, lUau 2 .1 MO.'" ;

\ x of hearts. 1 How should Z now play' I therefore he is lorced to discard! business in Gainesville lastWednesday. In Gainesville last Friday.Mr. '!Hv amt collected, -. -_ __ 21 t.711( M 1I" andThic241 Ii
To bal due Mar. 111. 192(1( 21,965.66 "
I,,>e hand so that he can score a little the trey of spaclc Y should now discard Itaiford Crawford was visiting : Muh-Srhool ll..n
'kuim l against!: any defense? the quoin ol hearts and 13 lullouiI !Mr.\ Herman and Luther Moody In Lake Butler lost Sunday. Tt bal due Kab. 2N, 1U2U 1I,111A4 : :
Z should win the trick in his hand I I I suit. lly ami. ('(collected. 10D.JI ..
of Lacrosse passed through here Mr. H. P. and I.. 11. Galney were To bal due Mar. XI. 1929 1 ll.Oll.JJ 1 : '
"ith the ten of hearts and then should 1 1d Z should now lead the king of spader Klne KorfeltitrBTn NeWDa1Jer
last Wednesday and Thursday. In last
two rounds ot clubs and force At!and, tollow with the eiijht ot spla, transacting business Starke bnl due ......h. :2H, lVt\t\ 4,4114.01 .

i the lead! on the third round. Z should' winning the trick in Y's hand with, the Mrs. T. P. Ward and daughters. Saturday. 'lly unit collected 4J.H2: ., ;: ..... M..

i rd the trey of hearts and the trey I ace. \ s lour 01 spades n now eooti, Stell mIle and Florene and Mrs. Mr. Black of Gainesville, was 1") bal. due OnmtnnillnicTn Mar. 31. 1 19211 44 10.71) I :i...:, I I .

M I dinmonrli. A's best lead is the eight giving Y Z a little ularn. Hay the handout Harvey Baxter were' business/ visitors visiting here last week. bnl this Feb.. 28 11129. 4,4.14-nt tR 6EOX' J4 \

[1 I diamonds .which is. won with Y's for practice. to Gainesville" last Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. Preeuton of Lake Butler !Hv itmt. collected -- ---'- 43.32 JJt\I., 1
I r
A leads To lial due Mar. 31, 192'1) 4110.78\ sHga ,
If at trick five spade
LineY a O. W narry was transact- was visiting: here last Sunday.Mr. \VMon- I'en.li.n fund.
should now lead three rounds! of instead ot a diamond Z should win the To bnl due 9's.10.) 28, 1U21) 1,11368 I
lubs. Z should discard the five of trick with the king\ and lead a diamond, ing business In Starke last Wed and .irs. Jim Douglas of lly nmf. collected 10.88 SICt""P"I'

pearls, the seven of diamonds and theKven winning the trick in Y's hand with the nesday. Alachua were transacting business 'To bal. due Puu.lli'lly Mnr. 31 Fund_ 1102.71 .UI. 225 .r?,t" ..

of spades. A and B also must king. From then on, the play is the !Mr.\ and Mrs. John Mott were here last Monday.Mr. Tn bal due 1.'..h.) 2K, 111.111: ,. 1.1111.011 t I

) take three discards. U should discardhe same. A cannot lead a heart at trick business visitors to Starke last L. L. Morgan spent Monday Hy amt collected ,_ 1090

deuce of hearts the nine of dial four or Y will win the trick with the Tuesday. night In Sampson City. To bal. due O Mar.W. ALUKHMAN 81.1920! __. 100269 Clerk.

.ends and the five of spades. A should jack and .(' score an easy little slam. Mr. Lewis Sh river was transacting Mr. A. L. Crosby was transactIng flv "Inncha Alrterman. 1) C. t ,
[istard: the seven of hearts and the This problem hand is a fine illustration Starke last Wed w--- Don't pat* up this unheardotbargaln.
'cuce and four of diamonds. of the double squeeze. A and B are business In business In Graham last Wed orivi] OK l\TUVrl: rn a i'l'Lt'P1)11 Lrsuughre.dlnglcr
"sI'K'l" I. I.I'(4I1I.51'I4)4: '
Y should now lead the jack of hearts. both forced to discard spades in orderto nesday. nesday. 'UI& IIIV OF HI'.tHKH ,., th.wholefamdy.WldvaIds -
hich their other suits after which Mr. Raiford Crawford was trans- Mr. Fred Greene and Wilbur i
Z wins with the ace, A following protect ety of high! class tnaiwHlne ,

puit. B must discard. He cannot discard they; are forced or squeezed into losing acting business In Starke last Wed Carter of Jacksonville were vlslt- Notice IK hereby given to all whomIt all at a price to l.t your pocketI I fttvtK "

fne ten of diamonds or Z's ace jack are a trick. nesday. 'ng friends here' laet Sunday. may concern that the undarnlKneil book. Don't fall to take / Xni3acfvanoge j

ood; therefore he ia forced to discard Mrs. Ed Crosby who has been will: v.o/.r/ Hpeclal; .and I.exlibitIon re.1ilust| I for hapannKa 1) 1Ti of lhr, ;onoy-sawl1: .'

time here with S the City nf Htarke. Stats of Florida. ,$_., opportunity. No r.ood I
Answer to Problem No. 21 spending somo I lit the regular session of 192I I."Knlature 1 as renewal w'U bo xtcntfetl "-
friends and relatives returned to :\t.NI.I..! ( hI of HIM-t loo Seven of the of ei lromatsofprsntevgIratoe7.( --
7ClubsA City
Hearts -
8 5DiamondsA her home In Jacksonville last G.\ltlfoS: OK HIS IIOMi: Htarka Charter Act. belnif/ C'hapter. .- 'V But don't '.ly-.UIG Is a I'rr.tted -
13420 panned by th.* 1921 LeirlHla- -
week.M ofer bo withGrawnatanytn..I.ttSrsafld-
Q 10. 8. 5 2 ,. .
tore to extend l the power net forth --- ---,
Spades 10. 8, S .*. Gerald Adktna wai vlu:ting Jacksonville A)pr. 7.-Apparently In Maid. Mub-Hectlon. & to I Include for I

Hearts K, Q 4. 2 Hearts -A, T 10, 9. CS In Hampton last Thursday.Mr. feeling well and In good health nlr-portn or any other purpose' for i yourorilerTOCAVLeforo you
the welfare and upbuilding of the :
.ubs -Q. 10 9 4,3 : y a Cluos-.s 2 Hubert Glover of New RIv- earlY yesterday morning Lewis City of Htark iorcet K. .tr
1' i B Diamonds K. 9pade.4,2' AI.... to amend nuh.aactlon of I
J'lamonds a A : '/ or, was transacting business here Wllklson 70, tell dead about 9:30: (3)j
: z : Spaa.-KJ, sectIon KlKht of anld city charter, i
: last Wednesday. o'clock yesterday In the gardenof a() read Not more than Havn per

3Clubs MR.. II. Greene was transact- his home 2703: Packman street. rent lnl e re cent t, where U now read ,I
lIearts 8, 5. Haven per :
K, J. 7 Irs business In Starke last Tues I probably from a heart attack. CITV COUNCir. Of CITY OF .
STA HIC 1':.
Diamonds 6. 4 day. : Ha was a member of the Primitive Hy C. ('. f 100 V Kit, .

Spa es A. Q. 9. 6, 3 M.H.: R. Brown was transacting Baptist church and a nativeof l- -Sf3/ -'Its..''Jhalrrnnn! ;

[ business in Starke last Wed Bradford Fla. but had ,
county .
IN0 score first at Contract. Z the king in Z's hand 7 .d.! ,1 V now lead 'oTINNotice I .41Isub.cilptlon. arm for a lul .
game i 1 1J nosday. resided In Jacksonville for a num- ;
H salt, bid( one spade and A passed. Y three rounds ol spade A houM dis- (ntt.fn.nl r.. 5. eske adrinuir .' lUrinln Olfe,. I .
''tu tw. card two clubs and a heart. V should Mr. R. II. Greene was transact- ber of years. lie I I. survived by In hereby. gIven to Ham Nor iH ant enclosing' > Site !> ,. Bmount In ..i'oa.M..la. ... iub>erlpll n la '
o diamonds B bid two hearts man. the owner of certain cattle I .
''nd Z pa ,.,1.j A bid, three heart, V bid J discard one club and two diamonds. I ing business In Jacksonville: last four son.. W. .Wilklson and Z. eretnaft"r deM,'rlbed. ann to.all oth- '' | roar fmgn .a4 U nvB 1..au 1 ..... Marked wIth .. X k law.. ,
irce forced make two discards. Ii 'r. IntereHted. persons, that ", h..r"all' I''
spade and B bid tour hearts. Z B is to Tuesday.Mr. L. Wilkison. Lawtey J. F. Wllklson certain cattle described an. folluwn. : ,

III' 'lour spades, A and Y passed and \ he makes a mistake and discards the and Mrs. Gerald Adktn and Jacksonville and Henry Wllklson o-wlt: I' ___._-.-._....... ...- -
'1\\ Ublcd. All and A j jack ten of hearts Z cart score game oy visiting: In Lake Butler ins Red and Whit 'ow mark .
passed opened low heart ana :lorcing V in / 1 baby were Fort Sill. Okla.; one daughter ,wallow, fork two under bit In on. ; t .
re Ie king of heart* which held the trick. leading a lead to Y't I t this weekend.Mr. Mr. .1. B. Browning Lawtoy ..ar. undnrntiuare In other lira"'I I 1 Se.orRF.D. -__"._'_'_" _'
th-n led the seven ot diamonds. Y the lead, as B must/ uo hard to tell have been nolaed by order .
I.i :d the trick ace ten of diamond B'a proper II. Camel spent Saturday and one sister, Mrs. Enoch Dyal of the State LIve Stock Hanltaryloard I

iIl1} the king.queen B and then B I Iethe won the*i* of card of course, i is the ten and di'-I i I II nIght! In Santa Fe with friend.. of Plant City several tinder .the provlKlorm of Chapar I Town.-....... Stall..................,_, 4

I iut! HOW' should Z plan the play front I heart so that if Z next leads. a aI; A largo crowd of young people dren and nieces and Ifranehll'l attla 9201) have ActM n.>t of been 1823 clipped beRUna accord.ai.l! O: American Poultry Joun LI] Cool Stork

this> point on? A will win the trick with the queen were delightfully enterta'ned at The body was removed to the nic to law and have. been turned I Q American: O I lom Crc!. 1 :'

.Z huld' win the trick in Y' hand lead the trey of diamonds.and B must so saves then It lhe homo of Mrs. Runs' last Saturday funeral home of Burn & Clymoreand I' "over to. .Florida me. KM, sheriff to b* Hold of 1;Kradfordounty O Capper'. farmer Q I louiehoU ltaan
With the ace of clubs and lead the eight make a diamond | night. prepared for burial. It will Now therefore I. a. .h.rltt ofsaid O Dairy Farmer 0 Modern Homemaking j4' i

'7 sp.-uJes. If D cover with the jack.j< Z game.Note this hand carefully, for It i is a I Mr. Ivan Hazen was visiting In be forwarded tide morning, aceom.. to I the county owner, do and hereby to all periona give notice conerned. O EVe'bys Poultry JJ aL. O Neecllocra/c
;Jould cover with the queen. If B plays I thnt the Maid. rattle will ba D '
!Starke last Monday morning. 0 Horn Journal
opponent I
of forcing an People'
seven fine illustration j panted by the family and friend, (
of spades Z should play they 'I old to the hlvhaat bidder for co.hat ,
of ipade The result i is the in the lead on the eleventh trick and | Air. Buddie Kus of Theressa.was to Redford, where funeral ervlce Theo Ty.on'., the place whar a Farm Life O People''. Pop Monthly '
then forcing him to lead up to a tenacein visiting his parents. Mr. and .aid, 1 cattle are now being held arid aFa Journal U Standard Journaln '
BIIpJ'Olle the Utter case i hand. Note ,|I' will be held this afternoon at the detained at II o'clock on April, the
':allv B'. best play. Y should same'l Declarer' or Dummy'flan. In the Ir.. Russ Iat_ Sunday. I grave. The Rev. Joe Keller, pastor ICth day of April A. I>. 19Z9; the -:1 Fruits 8 Gadt Succeoi/ul Faa '
.;e hve of also how B can block this proceed of said' sale. to b* dlnpoad d
apdes. B ply'! the Mr. Alph rl zen was visiting at Magazine O Wom'
1 I B .tailed to discard his ace of the Primitive Baptist church In. acco..dlOn" with the provision of Worl
actual play.
I queen. Z should now lead Z cored a aaJ t th* borne of Miss Hazel Underhill will officiate and Interment will be Chapter 9Z01. At of I 1823. ,. ; '-" :,
'I Heart and in hand with at( hearts and Y This notice dated the I day of '
:./he ten 01 spade trump. Y should Y's now lead I rubber by reaoa of Z'* fine pUy. >lnll'. last Saturday night. In the family plot In Dyal ceme April. A. l>.. 192*. ,S. ; ,Q.--. \ ; : ,N 'yly.S \ :r'
J. B. Russ W .1. EPPER80!' '
Mr. spent Sunday : L. I '
live duU and win the trick with J tery. -8-2t-4-lJ./ "b..rur,1 . \.S ..n '

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I
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1877 1hurl
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Seeem Cto.I'' The --. "'..'eases. fM/rsilde dlMw er-.t..- ..... feed in a re- I : ;" .[ P.
I ,
cold .,.sale fill tilt n. r mamw C rlraataarMeR .. ... r Roberts !n 17
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida war ..,.... to foook as .utlrwstt tMlaW et lit..... r produced in I

E. S. 1\fatthews.n____ _u_ Owner and l uU4 J., w ..... .coatm 111II1I the ..too.... .... flno bMuli )f our readfull : \ 101.
.... ... ettp.aeaMNfr) ....... .-. dti; me who are I I..
J. C. Robinson __.___ _n_ _______n_______ Managing IMor fwrtnewlee tan belwtaalpt a wnaetertir -IP" 40 .. Who .* of King I I ('

by La*.. TbeP ..... +ta1I1e.. -.- arses.: dments andattempt II I ,' ',
SUBSCRIPTION KATE for --n wftb ..,Pula Ntreeafret fdt.. be ...... aM to I :I
subs'''1.111 ... acres ifili talc .ralrsaserw "Cleanli- Ili ,
es IK
''I{ y Yearly, $J.50; Six Months, 7:>Payable In Advance s.s a .... is lwrriwae. Plata -Il-. bas with all his j' I 11d
Advertising Rates on Application. I 'lIIhll: he faleiss r., tfM. Pads : rose n why it i;<
n 1 : fee toolM pslapIis of J J. l1tt-., to av a tatf' of V( IllCOM
,w fall srs..tMr fw ... rnl wrwatiltlud brrtiMt; a wthing placer 11",1.
Remove. nuisance! taxes and all\ taxes' will be ...lldl." n. .......... .+1s d .'ee.ttMMllrltrrt." verse ia r .il of water ,

-->--- Ow WIt pummism, er be =gawk' & f
i HI 1j
Since shorter bills will soon be in cire *atkm, sbarari o.'U illtllft tel.ItMM 4000M in the article, oneiiiliantly 1
dltll11ta1f ..fbweh 11aa..... d alfom& NO as I. 1 a:* j ,
working hours will likely demanded. aMi Moses is tie rMfrtt of two fgrtll ,seta. a.w cow- road bond ,1I.

--0-- tlrasl0m, arom btl r its aaesed at' isaepI ..< whose com I., I II
I J a tal" III the Mir tMeant r +saMr11MI1s fill fir MV than "I I "
u Democrat tells of "Great S ANOL"r
Tallahassee our ** t0t -
: I ''IUI
dim't last... 66M J. .. apt nditures of I '
the sponging area might be said to cover tM entire steeto : bad f1mido is am ertiwfor ealrtbarseestter1 -d to in the I '
edibwrtisl is .e etawfrtar. : I' I' .

? Reading of any daily paper o impresses anyone with the ...... isss.f to .ttla ..r .... boo, bones eenitttided at a ,ftl,"I' 1

I,, Frar..rwal.araa.. baarrp .. 11 ..... ....- ., thai action.' Lt..
fact that Florida should be the garden of forty-iM staAM.f .
If ':I: frlttll lilt ilirlM MMWMV own. rs of prop- '1
o I 1-- iw It. c-; .... I ... -..., AN! portion of "rt li 'Ivhl'
And now some of those who cannot wear the ** un-baek''" a.r = ... isAare+naatic n as to the IrViews
2'' to hint that the bow.It'IfJl''d viris w.. fytstlaa v ted in dis- '......., .
dresses are mean enough : I cW"Ra"w : ... to i uild a lime .
started the fad. !I tidal Paw. .. -sEre' ....... Any attempt 'w1net1)n '
1III" \ or
w pplR I t.ll read maters in dis-
...Ait ... r smid r ftV1al 'h. J

Add to Florida historical (and painful) fact: I+radised I haarr oils V4680 aMltlt": : 'Ivrt rtnd into'I, 1he I

I county property owners in district 9. Clay county, pay a %. Attie Am AI ...of 6 .lfI 'flex' .

ff f tax of 259 mills.If Mr L 7 fcov, <" .* i teroMMM o.m+ C .*>e Springs. umputa1ClHOUKIl thet we'"

o .1 File. Wier attet/fleate anreerM r 0" r J ass four rr ties road 481 '.ra.d II
MAuMwrs e. !IM/enr/braursd li l I r tI asur tttni f we remove man-made debris along our hfgMaMta .. .I" C rrMrwrrsCneew : {pt'opttMnij'ln

then leave nature the results will l bull. f ": h,
beautifying tq o twaotrrft Cam, nc
...... too 4rW 4ft 1920.Rsaatbaerrrs _

ing and satisfying. I C "'-'*'" COMSMW 0M* you ,.furmattun I I" \'tl t ,
o atdntaf par .r I arse .... etrRit .e trwelsw Horn road bu. t and have .111 t hIII
M .IN... /.M.. aVke. I ,...skisow ..Iar/elarrweseeon-. I'. /
its If the legislature thinks enough of the 2 ltreswMlM MifiMl L'ey. 1114' I-t. ,
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MO rrsr.rtfle' NO tnidlwnnlahiei.atTbw
tax to put it on Florida business houses, out-of..state> mA1r ... I liP d"1I1t"II'
swaasuM rsr.ri- Is .rintiltt..rwt, acv Dr tiforcl tax ,
a' der houses will be the ones to benefit. P ae rtr is tbls dllailriilitt aslwrlil .... rfid not -ome: -from I .\ ,

o ,et .letti I..1Jt1l1... bunt *riMla ews tit -.t".8 o) icials who II 1"at.,1 ,
I"J' 1 ...... .. ,
Wit wbie ... mat er in the 'Is Ih"
r Tampa Tribune asks of Tampans "Can you afford t.lNe ....... .. wsrirtlM I a.Ai .. ......,.. II, said: iiradr.I, .1

in a 98c town ?" Judging from the success of mail errti.rr -n... .....,. IN.w ....... ...4.J f. road Has pent, but I Into I"

houses anything that has 93c) tacked to it is in demand. w s. eat sl fast art IewsisM,...., ....*,....-" I lilli' rl
lh' I lit
f'a o bow baMtw 6NOwen,l that Odbor 4ierton, s, or was ItI-.lIlt, nIf
I a wsatrref till ors bared" of blond Weembaee e f Clay l -unty. If Itox"
Worthless check passers are allowed five day to mAe emili b *ae sow told be ...r who boo bra wne of md funds I : 1 I'' ''I I-

good with funds. Found out just recently that a f.Mt di Alin 1 rill P far ... diming ..... rood J8 and low unac- '111'&('" .
Lei w' 11 ,
ow 1 1Wr I Jill'" n'II
F' travel a long distance in those five days so kindly aH.involby ,
Ow sdfnmr wsraiae who hen become of the ocords re- 1'
law. ..... by bw 1o b. bapld wpm to .... punk-, and c n he pro- tithe II n
l- 0 ..... .ess>r hMar sft al taaaript. and disl trsementssabrtwh.r ,\I'" Hrpltfsr
of bast. f..ub prlIM&W art wlfrbaa.l bit few? tr. II'' aIII
; Vnion county farm agent is getting_behind Ute ..; I KI I Ri't
ry growing movement for his county. A goo.reetsil en. ..I Prambetter.. ...... ... 4 pajr* 25 m ''Is tax on j fit 9It r
i the ...A_ ... .fI traction of afoot rock t '", k 't" I
the spring is worth any farmer's time. and Unto ..I.Q bare I''blew r.eaat 01ifm UteetM 0.rM ....... to the Hradft rd county j IHlr.tJl.
a good combination in farmers and soil. ..... IllI.J red atnldhri.. ...... (a district ithin dis- arum, I
fs o t trig 40 .... trlMtt im-n fart .t'lll( this 9-foot road to a '-1)11)111-I
tA'lrset root/ for a dtr comer of lest .M Im within dif rict 9. I'' ..iid! I '"k
Louisiana ships more berries from Hammond than all of ,
wit it it '
lash imaerees Was lilbafrtrtt fl ompiiii+e J of 5,7f (> acres of
Florida put together. If that can be done by IxHWn...b .... I InN'a rne., "
.. ... slops aid ...... a.wtsai w i w fear miles < road 48 I
competition from other heavy producing state. Florid' need I is pyriwg oases as aee.eetasy MfAJ190 of bonds ailing for I.trod ll l'hed I I.,

i not fear overdoing strawberry planting for many ,.....*. .a tx levy flee sn..Id:tl .--. oil 0 of fl. mill! I .r,, 111- <1
o WH ... edlot filii e. t'raeawM produce the ecords to I i IC'yI4ti' :all' It

If Dixie county wants a closed season on deer and tark jr ..., ..s thaaas t" board eatrt.weied IWUN*! m grading laying a luk. them
i S-4ah reek .... w'ttb seefow ......-jot fur a width o f 16 feet I'n 'It'
for several she should have it. However before tfc.
on a fewer udkp tIIrIIttdt filii ..... read -'tJ Iw district t veto URl* I' .1
f game will benefit from ouch a law, resident of Pi ,. '
every W. The .I..sr alrrly tint a lent englnr's esti- being urI' J
county would have to be relieved of his shotgun and rick ntatra d $4fla. ihw .. aalat -.r on this J our milesatfeet ly contrai
wrr; mand o is so he waewic M Ida rt r the total

) The state pardoning board was probably established to W.... the ...... base... .w .Nra.#etld county tax ayers intend not Then rover 11:1": t ,

give what few criminals who get justice at the hand of a JfaUirt ".
jury another chance to get free. As one terms it: The court 1..1 Stills f. .Mlsoelad ...,...t. when 14 miles of ty ampuiatloi:
k = atseee t''''r real -.nr book in Bradfo d county many of ''hi
I convict, the people pay the bill, the pardoning board net there f' Iw or limo tlras per En.! were too tar;:. ,

; free. 'ifkh Into gmallc: i: t
woo ere terra, Xfiraititures In Bradford
t .,
o 1et3w1 at MM *am* Mme on identically he same terest of th p
Another well known Florida newsaner man. Fort Leaveo-r 1ft- rued = that l4btd per ...... er a totE of $10OMMtmetMn. ,- there may hav b'Cor
good of the Ocala Star, has signed "30" after a long life spent j: O.Mk is a firbat y/etim fete am& would t <.e editor and Bllclnn giving a rn t' 1'.
S in the the last 'f oak tads tar witanallotertme (?) abou the re- ,
newspaper game, thirty-five years in Ocala. He' :.u.; iiltlto There is n I
was widely known in both state and national a *ueia-i pan" of 'la ,
tions. preens r We both ferooii Pest/ ....., as ofopiaaaboon, of why the con- It t 10 Rrail! \
;: istrwetiro fill this; tso" till read soft 4 @-hated sue i a "tre-. oulines" Hat
o ...... R II .....,. rna I'" .. ... ..... .. e 4 that sect on." beto dtci t UKrertnln .'
The newspaper plans of the state are protesting establishment ..... &Iw siassia s food they ..-Psi..IL4 the informationMM 1nd. I

of a state printing plant for the same reason the i hen'u"" 'InilA thtalws,. eXII'tI" thvInstance ,.

farmers of the state are protesting against competition by the AN bawd tews ars aMd Q.Jlf"Mltfitor i fraid to n '
>f r lay 'Oc '"
state prison farm. State institutions iskow where fib mince ry has go&. tiawtw.e, of the la v which
supported by taxatfcm : Is..tai Ike adult at berm ..... Peer ... district for >uilding. citizens thflnoin
should not compete with institutions paying taxes. resells is .J"t/1K jhilf iiit 0 If .... haw wait Urea done a: the ex- 'ml I'wOl'klnlt

-0-- ......o d to.patr.ena w tM-meieR fl i. ..... hs the bon money disregard it"

According to John Temple Graves, Florida during the .... people ii1. ,1l''k

boom days, built itself a house and is now facing the fact that \'.... the (-r w... .ease an rsiatty by and na out in to n. ,

to keep the building without burdening its occupant, the family taase every "... r ojr s teas Now artw.r uud value of J .t property. Ill adr' .J
aura removed deal wit! the of- word l abou'
ioW"nlfcB[ *Mt KWn a sattare-e ,
must be Incn'ased.Ve are ahead of the time in many roe, .....aL Aearperd with wsperdIwg No ftirtrde smile or u willing lako r.- :
( upects and the quicker the population Increases, the <|u4tker to .... as ,e.Iwe.rwlts filii l hair .--anti setswa 7To until a d..i : I

4 >;r taxes will drop.Judging gi.e buWa 141411I- m eMrtt'Ist P ....,. Clay cou ty can and bu Idlnr the .p r

o I.ails d. Pawls IkAvWflre.ami. This atlMMtauet read tax astsment .
1t They wIitdont
( i from news dispatches, the Reverend Sidney J.! swter tutee ifirrerrry ..bse.. alas .,...c.. if it wns spent ', and '
Catts has added counterfeiters to his noble assemblage of:Z fact ..... .... but ibe tart be: JM ... Before nis canatfeeled want tn > .n
!I err ....".. fit., .......... ita must cote to The road t I. ..
h. jailbirds, bootleggers and gambler friends of primary da,..'1 listed ti e rseb.ra w_ tal ii fteawl.s... without ....curllg r any been con"
s lithe! reverend can make bond, we suggest he gather hi. i further borovelsts do. dally carts *... hi this the v( e of a heavyst.
f:';endl quartette of rascals and enter the last remaining profusion heItI.r ell 20 sear sr.wlea sae aesedn" a. the owner of :<)O.OOOt I that sa.'tt.; ,

now open to him-piracy. |t artves.We fact that rl' .
0--- the ('a-.......i padres gsaeasb.at. tfM success of ich an wan t..1 i

For those who are interested in a larger state advertising'i ir t.iraetis.a. A Via apftrl is real e.awriaalt to tarn" Ka outgo -ie. In'fMt than wa
road from
Ow Cereal..cost saber wkmao tfw ftr of such move
fund, the following figures taken from Commissioner Mayo'* whom tI4 ....; ""Zile .... of.. Posy eeeratas business nse is ney Farm;
t statement of expenditures of the advertising fund for the part .....rwt.. J, s losses" bar wiwarmerft ......ffjre his ow' i propMiine dollar bondThis

four years are worth pondering over. $25OOOO waft the total: rr'ty to hdp owe a.leeleer 6146".. ........... has n oi pnburdi I.i .

provided, expended as follows: Advertising $61.000; salari ors. AM rem clap vose..r f"..... with eeesleaeesa ( sense This was un
printed matter and general expense, $179,000 balance $19.- Is geeing to rwI...ftwpw hes"N Ieonsiseae the bead trust -. can- ed the onlN
000. I mart aira.earot four homftt frttatater ...+..waa' hmwt ......er drls' jot. a plan ti bo1'"<

o As to MM. maT someone me p w" y swamis In the extern the peop!. ,
part .filly .......' Lathe s..ea moly >..rw< adMire > come section for .I
S Miami officials returned a $1,000 check donated to the I> 1m. VIWMW K..4S W>.. r...t I the elltee+.s. II the Vowent shoo,, < refer Their onlr.
community'chest fund by Al Capone. Capone's $1.000 would tie the ... their home ,
him botalriosip ten the .esibo et ., Nets div* 'a. In
have helped just as many needy persons as a freshly minted! u hof..b.+ew tall Noticessr am .ieearr.ere! .d. dw total ir ,-.btedI i 'omt a parr .
$1,000 bill from the treasury and any city or organization .... the anw.rt >, to he!.puma sued t_ area cw taws k"takes | not Bradford get am fi.n.

"' refusing to accept anything except "clean" money will find with it dealt tts ter .....,...... .,........ .)a1 warp mdrbtedr '8 according I i I more the I<,' t1
; to the j MIiI-.Ulrnl t akAstsim .4 larch temtory. .
precious little coin of the realm in their treasury and some of promise r-I\ tt
even that slightly odorous. If CUr cwMtv ofcooM .MOi a ......... of Ma terri ry, it Ing iv c-ampal! .r.
l i wJU be sioJely MCJMBMI U.s f ewpMl :4 vkt territory d.e to (1 -.' i It I- c ;j.

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We love peace 'ih
: leave Clay county for reasons they believe their interests Kv
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County Telegraph : be better served by so doing.
s4't r- THOU SHALT NOT STEAL 1 JThe It will be because they know that Bradford county will ship! with our neighbors, hut "It.. I)

Established 1877 not deny their children the privilege of its high school in one of those neighbors mud". till'

Starke when their school days are over in the district his mind to move his r"II." '''I''
''t Entered Second Class editorial, "Thou Shalt Not Covet," published in a re- schools. and take Into his own ]JIll .,,, ,
: Published Weekly on Fridays and cent issue of the Clay County Crescent by Editor Robertsonwas t
]It will be because of the road system they know will be pro- slice of our fine land we i I.,,.,, d|
', +; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida enjoyed to such an extent that it Is being reproduced in without confiscating possessed (
territory right ,
vided to section of their ways 'IH;1"" ,,
for the benefit of read- every lr
full in this issue of the Telegraph our
Publishers that
and know every
;i :: E. S. l\Iatlhews---------------- ____Owner ers, and especially those Bradford county citizens who are their property to pay for it; because' they be accounted anger box upsets and we an+ ((1iv.,

'\ s C. Robinson _________________________ !Managing Editor fortunate in having a "washing place" on the shores of Kings- cent spent by the Bradford county because bond trustees with Bradford's can I to throw peace to the four ,'",| I K
-- Lake. This editor quotes from the commandments and for since organization; -Clay County Crescent.
-- ley
.. $1,010,000, the people I
$985,000 spent for roads:;! against Clay's --0-
also to
I the Bible with such abandon that he might attempt
SUBSCRIPTION RATE substitute for one of the commandments the saying "Cleanliness in western and northern Clay county are still without a sec hoes C'lny CountyVlnh, to its" III.('
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.PJ Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance is next to Godliness," and get by with it, but with all his ondary road system.No ofBradfordicounty

Application. quotations he failed to give one legitimate reason why it is Mr. Editor, Bradford county is not coveting any To the Editor:
Advertising .on ., ._ necessary for the people of Bradford county to' pay a tax of If western Clay county ever becomes a want part to I I see under the title of i I.,1. ,
die lf,4 ._ -- -- 259 mills merely for the pleasure of having a washing placein it will be when its citizens say they Notice" published In tli. "r}""V
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will ba abolished. 1 ,ft n.ft'.. ,,,
Remove nuisance taxes and all taxes ( Clay county, even if our citizens are rather in need of water "VIU"'. I OUULT "''''":''' w app. In

Sr ;" I .. a for bathing purposes, as he intimates. TIIOIT HIIAKT NOT COVHT: things We \have an opinion that i jbe a notice for the Introdiic. i ,m I.f,f fa
In the ,
: shorter Getting back from the many detours in the article, one taxes in Bradford county are local Bill coming ?''In,
Since shorter bills:;! will soon be in circulation, statement that needs clearing stands out as brilliantly as During 'the earl'st days of (the of the Legislature of Florid", t IJ
up, in Clay.
than they are
higher off from. Clay county, and .,,
history of the Jewish race, of old
.demanded. did Moses in the days of the prophets. Clay county road btu
k i working hours will likely which we have any record, the The scheme of the Bradford to Bradford county, the fall> ni m, (
of whose
trustees are apparently badly in need a prophet com-
0--- of All looked down this, as It. affects territory:
great Father people Is briefly
mand of the present day language consists of more than "Idon't
South/ two thirds of To ',,
tells of "Great Sponge Area. from Ills throne above and saw the Kingsley lake section: 1'I'
Tallahassee Democrat know when questioned regarding the expenditures of
His chosen people committing sins to have the desired\ terrI- 4 and all twonshlps 5. (it; s
ha y the sponging area might be said to cover the entire state.o bond funds in Clay county. The statement referred to in the that prompted him to give to Mosesa tory propose grafted I onto Bradford county. South Range 23 I Fast '

; -- editorial is the sentence: code of laws to regulate their Then they propose( to appraise the The people of Clay COUMIun..

y "The road to Kingsley Lake has been constructed at a nehavlor. One of these declara- cost of the widening of the road questionably, will object ami 1 d\\

i ; Reading of any daily paper impresses anyone with the tremendously heavy expense to the people of that section tions was "Thous shalt not covet through the territory taken and object to cutting off part of tli.- territory

of forty-eight states.o -'. Covetousness Is just as assume that portion of the Indebtedness of Clay and adding to IJrad-
fact that Florida should be the garden If the truth is desired, Bradford county owners of property for the .
to ford county, reason the
certainly a sin today as It was Then they propose 'ex
in Western Clay county do not "covet" ANY portion of
f r when the law was first promulgated. enlarge the district and place the penile and running obligation*, uf
: Clay county as much as they "crave" information as to the Bradford built on county 1 is almost a fixture,
of those who cannot wear the "sun-back" If the people of cost of the road already Clay
And now some whereabouts of the remains of the bond funds voted in dis-
county have ever heard about lot of property that was not in and varies a very little, and will' be
f dresses are mean enough to hint that the bow-legged girls trict 9, and why it should cost $20,000( a mile to build a lime !Moses and the Ten Commandments a the original district. This may the same expense of running the

fad. I rock road seven feet wide and six inches thick. Any attempt they are absolutely Ignor- sound mighty nice to those people county after the territory is "cutoff

started the to get figures or information dealing with road matters in dis- ing the law of God, for they are who have no knowledge", of law and therefore, .Increasing the lax

I,. : p---- tricts 4 and 9 results in failure. coveting a great slice of Clay coun- are lacking In an understanding of of every remaining tax-payer m

Add to Florida historical (and painful) facts: Bradford Witness this recent attempt: y and have given notice that at human nature. The widening of the county in proportion to the
.he next session of the Legislaturethey the road was accomplished with value of property taken from May( :
county property owners in district 9, Clay county, pay a total Starke, Fla.. April 6, 1929. will ask that this slice be funds obtained", from a bond Issue and would .equally benefit Bradford

tax of 259 mills. Mr. L. T. Jvel}, Clerk Bond Trustees. Green Cove Springs amputated from Clay county and aggregating eighty thousand dol- couttty-to the disadvantage of
Fla. Wire collect amount paid contractors on four miles road 48 grafted on to Bradford It Is cov- lars. Those bonds are a lien Clay. Bradford is our neighbor;

f ( i'o in district 9, grading base and surfacing. Exact sum paid wanted.J. eteousness pure and simple. These against!! the district and they can- and we feel very kndly! toward

If we remove man-made debris along our highways and C. Robinson. people of Bradford county want not be gotten rid of without the Bradford, but we want Bnidtord
h t. ttingsley: Lake and Keystone consent of the holders of the to have what belongs to Bradford
4 then leave beautifying tq nature, the results will be more last- Green Cove Springs, Fla.. April 6, 1929 Heights. They want Kingsley laketo bonds Nobody should be foolish and Clay to have what belong

ing and satisfying. J. C. Robinson, Starke, Fla. Cannot give you information wash In and Keystone Heights enough to think for an Instant that Clay, that is, wo feel like render'
asked for as I was not clerk to trustees when road built and haveno because It Is a beautiful and thriving the holders of those bonds: will unto Caesar that which Is 'nl'onr'

5s""t"o records from which I could get information. L. T. /vel}. ; little city of which Clay coun- consent to a reduction' of security. and unto God that which i u. i 1)\! \'.

t If the legislature thinks enough of the 2 percent sales 'y Is exceedingly proud. We haveno .Again, the enlargement of the district Then the appalling featun, ot
No records No information!
mail I. doubt that the people of Brad- when It becomes a portion of this thing is, why should flit mat
-* tax to put it on Florida business houses. out-of-state or- The nearest approach to enlightment any Bradford tax- ford county need more baths, but Bradford county (IIf It should) Is ter be advertised and acted upon

der houses will be the ones to benefit. payer in the districts named has received did not come froma they can bathe In Kingsley lake "pipe dream" pure autl simple.No the theory of a local bill? County

bond trustee but from one of Clay county's officials who located In Clay county Just as well man with a common business lines cannot be changed by local(
o showed an honest desire to straighten ,this matter in the ns they could were It located In sense is phlltanthroplc enough to legislation; a county line Is fixed

(' Tampa Tribune asks of Tampans "Can you afford to live minds of non resident taxpayers in his county. He said: Bradford county. It Is just as voluntarily mortgage his own by a general Bill, even though It

mail order I fair for them to come Into Clay property to help", pay another fol- only affects the two interested
in a OSc town? Judging from the success of "The money you people voted for roads was spent, but
county for a washing as It Is for low's mortgage.; That Is just what counties; local legislation Is some-
; tr houses anything that has !OSc) tacked::: to it is in demand. was not spent on roads in your district.. I the Clay county people to go Into an enlargement of the district thing favorable to a particular per'

We have been informed that Editor Robertson is, or was, Bradford county for a swIm. would amount to. son or particular corporation 01 a

'. I-o; a member of the board of bond trustees of Clay county. If It was a comparatively few years What about the future ns regards particular district or locality ot a

t ; Worthless check passers are allowed five days to maker such is the case, will he state what has become of bond funds ago that Bradford was a vastly taxation: Clay county Is particular person, and such things
good with funds.' Found out just recently that a fellow can I voted in district 9 for widening state road 48 and now unac- larger county than It Is today: buta making a rapid urowth. It has as are strictly of'a local nature,
I counted for? lot of the people got tired of living many miles of river front. that Is it Is not necessary to advertise a

travel a long distance in those five days so kindly allowed him I Will the editor advise what has become of the records required In It and they seceeded and established certain to develop. It has at the Bill to amend a city of town ,char.
yI a county of their own. present time four good towns within ter. I canot conceive of what representative
bylaw, by law to be kept open to the public, and can he .pro-
sfe ;
? I Now Bradford has hit on the planof its Borders Green Cove or what manner of representative -
duce semi-annual statements of receipts and disbursementsof
-o stealing a slice of Clay countyto Springs, Penney Farms, Ornnge would Introduce a local
bond funds:;! published as required by law?
is strawberry graft on to Itself because It lost Park and Mldleburg. Doctor's In- bill to change the boundary of a
1 J' + Union county farm agent gettingjaehindthe Special road and bridge district 4 pays 25 mills tax on a. lot of Its territory a few years let Is also rapidly approaching the county; passed under a local hill
r, h "i'd t growing movement for his county. A good cash crop in the first bond issue covering the construction of a 9-foot rock back. The behavior Is about com- town class and In a few year, with such legislation( would be a nul-

the spring is worth any farmer's time, and Union county has base road from Green Cove Spring to the Bradford county parlble with the behavior of the the flue country backing it, will lity; It passed as a general) bill

a good combination in farmers and soil. line. Special road and bridge district 9 (a district within dis- fellow who sees his neighbor with develop into a place of considerable the legislature has power to rasa!
; 5 S trict 4)) pays 200 mills tax for widening this 9-foot road to a something he wants and just goes I Importance. Hundreds of such bill but can It be presumed

//'S o 16-foot road for a distance of four miles within district 9. and takes it because he wants It, acres of land are being given to for a moment that the taxpayersof

Louisiana ships more berries from Hammond than all of Which means, this: District 9, composed of 5,760 acres of with no regard to the principals offa.i.nesB the plow, and within a few years Clay county, will acquiesce' in

E'. Florida put together. If that can be done by Louisiana with.. sand scrub oaks and water, containing four miles of road 48, or Justice. The man just : these will be producing money such legislation? I think not (fan
wants his neighbors possessions that
to ventures it be supposed for a moment
crops encourage new
competition from other heavy producing states Florida need is paying taxes on approximately $90,000 of bonds, calling fora and helps himself to them. Brad- agricultural and horticultural the representative of Clay county

not fear overdoing strawberry planting for many years tax levy for road purposes only of 225 mills! Ford just wants Kingsley(; lake and lines. Next year a hundred acres and the senator of the 29th district

o Will the editor of the Crescent produce the records to Keystone Heights and proposes to of Clay county land will be planted would favor' or even acquiesce in

S, i'' deer and turkey prove that the board expended $90,000 in grading, laying a take them. to strawberries. Bradford Is a such legislation!; ? If they would
S'I If Dixie county wants a closed season on 6-inch rock base with surface treatment for a width of 16 feet To say the least of It, this Is good county, but It has not the future then I think the people of this

' d for several years she should have it. However before the on a four mile stretch,of state road 48 in district !9)? very ugly behavior, and besides prospects of Clay. To cut off county would consider themselves

I game will benefit from such a law, every resident of Dixie Will the editor deny that a competent engineer's esti- being ugly; behavior it Is absolutely a slice of Clay county and add it very poorly represented, and I

t county would have to be relieved of his shotgun and rifle. mate of $4,000 for the grading and filling on this four milesis contrary to the solemn com- to Bradford would be doing the have too much confidence in eitherof
o so far wrong as to materially affect the total? mand of the Bible, "Thou shalt people In the territory a distinct the gentlemen to think for a
a h not covet"There and perpetual Injury. moment that they would acquiesce
R The state pardoning board was probably established to Would the editor have the Bradford county taxpayers in have been reason in the There Is not one logical reason or favor this legislation.
the hands of district 9 believe that the Clay county bond trustees expended past for county divisions and county of Florida
; give what few criminals:;! who get justice at a' for the amputation It will not I am first for the state
jury another chance to get free. As'one terms it: The courts I $21,500 per mite' for base and surfacing when 14 miles of amputations. For a long time help Bradford county it will not In speaking of a state. next
I identically the same type road were built in Bradford county many of the counties of Florida help Clay county, It will not help for each county in the state but
convict, the people pay the bill, the pardoning board sets them for $120,000, or less than $8,600 per mile? were too large, and their division the people living in the territory, last and above all. I am for Clay

;' free. With these figures on road expenditures in Bradford into smaller units was to the Interest it will not help the Individualswho county and her citizens. And do

o county at practically the same time on identically the same of the people. Occasionallythere are backing the project. And ing no harm to any other countyor

't1 Another well known Florida newsaper man, Fort Leaven- type road indicating that $10,000 per mile, or a total of $40- may have been a good reason If It Is not going to help anybodyit any portion thereof, or wishingno <<
for slicing a part of one county off In sure to Injure harm but I think mighty will
000, is a fair price for such construction would the editor ;
good of the Ocala Star, has signed 30" after a long life spent and giving it to another unit.
legislation -
take the taxpayers to task for wondering ((1)) about the The whole scheme was born In be the howl before this local
i' re-
in the newspaper game, the last thirty-five years in Ocala. He maining $50,000 There Is no reason for slicing a .covetousness nurtured in selfishness Is consummated and put In-

was widely known in both state and national press associa part of Clay county off and givingIt and will fizzle out In foolish to effect. Yours truly.
+ We both and
covet crave an explanation of why the con to Bradford. Many Florida Leontdaa K. Wade

K I tions. struction of this four miles of road necessitated such a "tre- counties have been slashed and divided ness.We are peaceful in our nature. --Clay County Tlme8.

r1- I o mendously heavy expense' to the people of that section," because to gratify selfish purposes of _.

rvI The newspaper plans of the state are protesting the establishment the taxpayers feel they are entitled to the information certain Individuals. That Is just
heretofore denied them. exactly the In this particular
of a state printing plant for the same reason the

:farmers of the state are protesting against competition by the Are the bond trustees and the Crescent editor afraid to of Instance.Clay county Bradford because wants a few a of slice Its II t11/-lI
show where this money has gone, because of the law which
state prison farm. State institutions supported by taxation citizens think: it will be to their
forbids:;! the using of bond funds from one district for building
+: should not compete with institutions:;! paying taxes. roads in another district: ? If.this has not been done at the expense financial profit to get It. They are t :
working to this end with entire :
dad of taxpayers in district 9 where has the bond #
o- money disregard as to the good of the I II I j II

According to John Temple Graves, Florida, during the gone? people living in the territory they ,;

boom days, built itself a house and is now facing the fact that Would the Crescent editor sit quietly by and pay out in seek to acquire.
taxes every four years the total assessed value of his prop- Bradford county never said a
to keep the building without burdening its occupants the family
erty, knowing he had not received a square deal, with the officials word about wanting the Kingsleylake
S ; S i must be increased. We are ahead of the times in many respects i :;! charged with expending the funds unable or unwillingto resort or Keystone Heights

{ and the quicker the population increases, the quicker give an accounting of their official actions? until a road had been built to oue.

taxes will drop.Judging To give taxpayers in district 9 relief Clay county can and the provision made for the
l of road to the other.
building a
o only do one thing: Spread this unjust road tax assessmentover
They walteJ until thts was all
from news dispatches, the Reverend Sidney J, the territory where the money was spent, if it was spent done, and now they come in and
for roads and let the tax be born
Before this
can take the
Catts has added counterfeiters to his noble assemblage of want to territory over.
be done, the taxpayers in the district affected must vote to
The road to Kingsley lake has
; jailbirds bootleggers and gambler friends of primary days. load themselves with additional taxes without securing any been constructed at a tremdously

It the reverend can make bond, we suggest he gather his further benefits than they now have. In this the vote of a heavy xpense to the people of

i-endly quartette of rascals and enter the last remaining pro- holder of 20 acres counts as much as the owner of 200,000 that section. This Is due to the

.asion now open to him-piracy, acres. fact that the original proposition
0--- Will the Crescent editor guarantee the success of such an was for a much narrower road
election? A prophet is not needed to foretell its outcome. In than was built. To widen the A Service For YouThe
: For those who Bare interested in a larger state advertising road from
S( fact the Crescent editor admits the failure of such a move a point west of Penney .
fund the following figures taken from Commissioner Mayo's when he says: '"No man with any common business sense is Farms an eighty thousand

ii t statement of expenditures of the advertising fund for the past philanthropic enough to voluntarily mortgage his own prop- dollar bond issue was provided. insurance

'R;*. four years are worth pondering over. $250,000 was the total erty to help pay another fellow's mortgage." This burden has of put taxation a very on unduly the 'people.heavy His agent is jour representative. -

M provided, expended as follows: Advertising $61,000; salaries, And no Clay' county citizen with common business sense This was unfortunate but It seem- service is of a highly special-

printed matter and general expense, $179,000, balance $10- is going to.mortgage himself because the bond trustees can- ed the only way at the time. Nowa ized nature and his duties are not merely
f not account for bond funds missing from another district.As plan Is being proposed to relieve to collect
000. premiums but
to the tax standing of property owners in the western the people in the Kingsley lake to study and

o part of Clay county, in the event they express a desire to come section for a very large extent. understand your insurance needs end
Miami officials returned a $1,000 check donated to the into Bradford county the editor of the Crescent should referto Their only relief can come from provide correctly for them.

community chest fund by Al Capone. Capone's $1,000 would the state law bearing on the subject of county division. In their home county. If they be-
minted such division tax districts are eliminated the total indebtedness come a part of Bradford they can As insurance
have helped just as many needy persons as a freshly representatives able
not get rnllet. It is we are
any true, the
bill from the and organization of the county is lumped and the area cutting loose takes 1 to
$1,000 treasury any city or help and
with it only its proportionate share of such indebtedness according Bradford folk who are seeking to you. will review your need
refusing to accept anything except "clean" money will find to the assessed valuation of such territory. move the eastern line over may and advise you without obligation
4't' precious! little coin of the realm in their treasury and some of promise relief but promises during ;
Clay county should lose a portion of its territory, it a campaign and fulfillment af- J. R. DAVIS AND COMPANY
a; even that slightly odorous. will be solely because the people of that territory desire to ter It Is over are vastly different
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