Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02381
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Major= _. Bills Are Paving Assess Strawberry Movement .. I State Forces- Contracts Awarded On t; I 'I' I

Due This Week ment Roll Made Previously reported qts. _. __ __ __ .__ ___ __ 2,271,418 Mobilize For Two Projects Road 28 ( :

Legislature Shipments for week ending Apr. 17th ____ ____ ..- 68,800 ,eft .
In The anseHRment roll covering: J
paving cbargas 011'' Madison and War On PestQuiinuitliip Stlt ICoiIll i>CMII't: UK-lit: Will I. 't t, i

Oil Tillsce Water streets IB being published Total shipments to Apr. lOt, qts, _____.,______ __2,5l3,24S I Bond Company C..trllc.t. I'Yoni Htarko to "i k,,;
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of the Telegraph. This list carries lleceipts previously reported .._____. _______ "___$680,320.96 'urun.\KIII ii...t Cllriit rroni Will Complete In :May.Contracts I .i
'' ,' ." <> Apri.: 14-The full I II owner the the nome foot of frontage each property of his! I Receipts for week ending Apr. 17th ____________ 11,696.00 I 'r Slotc.Orlando. Lawtey School for const rntlon on two :I:
Mils is expected
,, of major
., ? I tii I property and the amount assessed! projects! of slate': rondS:! from ": '.

_ml.<> the. legislature during!; for paying for the paving;. ThisnitHOBBincnt Total receipts to Apr. 17th ,. ___ _____. ___ $692,022.96!) i I Apr 1 17.- Wth! four Sturko to Luke Butler were let 1
,, .k. This wni apparent as covers an additional companies of national guardsmenordered School ofllclalH l. through/ their t.
|Ih-, mobilized for guarding by the state road! department at Its .t
attorney! Col.. A. S. Crows' completed
awalt(1I lhr" feet of rock base each
law-makers e on
,t1.,..' ..,"d'M,(, 1029! :! that will Klda of the street concrete curb Bean movement, :Ptarke: Lawlcy, Broo1

Ih"," | o'clock gnvel and gutter; the state constructing Average: price, week ending Apr. 17, $1.50 __ ,9621.00 highways! Florida tonight the Masfiachusetln Bond & projects Include imvlng from the ,I'tl; bt'. .
the house limits of Luke Rutler
tinsenate. and made ready to fight to the finish west city
'\\,1'1, twenty feet of the \paving in Insurance Company to 'go nhead
on another I ho Invas'on of the dread Mediterranean : through Starko to Alligator Creek ,::1elf .
?!,?! i ii w afternoon the center. with the construction of (Ihe\ Law
? fruit fly which brings on the south at a total cost of 3"
\I,, h ("if their 60-day lI tension.vimiiilstrattve Property owner* ore being1 Extra Session CATTS AT HOME menace to all fruits and many tey junior high school building $208.000. ,l lt
tax tolls careinllT : ,charged under this aHsi-ssment at us per contract held vegetables; In the extreme southern The Union county project from Jst 1
and approved under i the rate of 12.4741 per front foot. Of Congress AFTER ARREST board with T. 'I K-ioiron. con '
I prepared United States. the Bradford county line through/; I'fl. I I
The reason for such high assetm- tractor. The bonding" '
of Oov- company
general supervision Lake Duller awarded to L..
i I"IK. The urea of Infestation definitely was 'iJ-r.
ment being made is to eliminate will furnish the funds for the com '
,rllr(, rnrlton. are expected to Opens Today i\4iovrmor: 1l1kf"K $17,300: itoiul established by Inspectors for the M. Gray of Gainesville, his bid being f
the ''he necessity of going through theprocedure pletion of the 1 building; as called
wilk"! < rlH'ir appearance On ("oDeFunlak (.hl... c.. State Plant Hoard and the f<.>dernlderarlml.'nt $61.475.42.; :! Duval EngineerIng -
of second assessment .
a 'I' for by original plans.
!, With the constitutionality of agriculture, In an Company of Jiu-kHonvllle weroUIB ,it
? roll and bond validation( proceedings. To Coiiflilcr, I'arm Aid and Turin The building Is now In the Una)
I ,If r tin' trovernor's tax plan approv.i Springs. April 13. _. approx'inntp' seventy-two miles bUccpHstul bidders for the project ,:;-t. \
.. ,nfi-mnlly. ,. by a croup of rep- !!; Only 70 per cent of the HnitoB| of completion nnd \lpOIMmt'rllon'8 \ from Starke to ,i. 1
I .i .. made bond the of siiuare/ area In central "Florida lying running weal
.m Thecongress Having 'n sum
be Included In Washington. April 14.- his
refumtl out
I "cost Is supposed) to to carry r
the state,
'uive attorneys In Seminole and Lake the Union county line the bid b"r, I :'
,, Hi Marlanim Orange, .
I''v the first bond! Issue; the remaining ; elected last November $17,500 at ;yesterday( onlrnct the school board notified ,
tin.. iiillH were In process of completion the 30 percent to be Issued when w'II convene. tomorrow at the call for hi" release on federal charges cou ntles. the bonding l company they would the latter part U'" contractors proposed to start I
I. \( tos the work Is completed and the actual of President Hoover for the considerut'on of aldln and abetting an allegedounlerfeltlng Presence of the pest I was t'lscovpred '( bo expetted to carry out I ha teimsof 1.:'
VLI, |II( "nd legislators expelled relief and synd'cate' former In citrus groves but State work within two weeks.Mr. Jj
cost dfterm'ned. In this of farm tariff ICmerson'H contract In connection ,
". iliotii oti Iho floor of one or manner' tho council proposed toBuve revtalon. governor, Sidney J. C'atts, Sr, was I I CommlsHlonpr of Agriculture\ Nat with completing/ the building W. A. Shands of Gainesville! ;.1 ,t .

I h", '"i houses' this w ek.T the taxpayers a few dollars It will be tile first cxtraoidlnarysession buck at his homo here today. i ban Mayo declared that the fly reprcHontullvpH of the bonding member of the state road department '- ,. "
| :,H,> "contents of t tlie/ measure! Calls was alleged In the indictment known (tel be of was In Starke Tuesday and \. I' :
was ( capable (
by sidestepping the law governing of congress since 1922! and arry- company di>cllm'd to use I tin
offered toy tlie govcrii ; .nlatod, the I board had already r
be prepared
,il-'u' 11 to have turn'shed counterfeiting
a Infestation to out
ng ) seventy-ona
such procedure. It was called In compliance with a architect formally emplo\ >ed and "
i" ..M a vehltle to pla<'e Florida ring with $5.000 to outfit j of e'ghty fruits and vegetables specifications! and would call k:.
Bids\ received.! nt the letting! of r rom SP made by Hoover in the It Is understood another architect .
nnanclal feet la not geni.iil : for bids on tho project from Starke I '
,',i Ilk of the contract In Tallahassee to closing days of the nat'onnl' cam- the venture for which government qroun\ In I the state.I'irM has already boon nccitrcd to xnper- fi. .
> ,,, known and probably will not t palgn.llolh: wltnesspH will thargfo\ ; that he was I'oimil Inland vise the workFLORIDA. to Keystone Heights. The lotting ;,
the Duval Knglneering; Company '
,.. until the bills\ are read I of Ibli project will he done at the .} L
I I. known curb and.! gutter at the senate and house are to have received $25,000 In counter U wall not known how the fly I --
concrete '
placed t II /
It had been \May 111(>(>l\nl\ '. Mr. Shniid expressed : /1
tinleK'slattire. f fit bills In return for hU Investment. ;
in 75e a llneul foot base and surfacIng rich In repuhl'can majorities and 1 entered this country uut\ thel'e'lAve HAS : ,,\e '
himself favoring the ,
the governor saw as
intimated that been Infestations In the West
yard. With the party I leaders announced their
Mifllcient cause! to support his the at street$1.03 intersect'ons a square'! the estl- jl'lermlnatloJtoday to stand by Julian l>'nz. Tampa attorney, Indies and! del&plte embargoes RAINFr\LLI completion of road 2S at the earl.3'f' '

mnsures with a special message; mntpd cost of the paving; will runaround I the suggestion/ of the president for former friend of the ex-governor placed on certain fruits and vegetables BIG test pOHHible dale and 'the road ,

to Ibo combined houses! of lawmaker $1.40I, lineal foot, although a llmllnt'on the session to the In his several campaigns for state from infested areas citrus partment would cont'nue deIr \I

( *, Thl rumor was effectlvel the assessment roll has specified siibjects of farm relief office. Is alleged to have been the groves in Orange county nnd Inland Illjih AVI 11..1 I nnd Hull Accompany of projccU as fust" as. the I!!J1Ji} !
l denied by Governor Carlton I head of the organization. Four county, first showed the ravages considered practicablellotli
> been set at slightly over $2.47 a and tariff with the addition( of the !"!'<'<'Ipitutlon, In ! last week. measures for renpportlonment of othert), IncludIng a woman Diaz's of the poKt. "Somofa
lineal foot or approximately $1.07 I nf Stale: :
nnd I... M. have the
Problematical former secretary, also were Indicted. Adjt. Gen; Vlv'an M. Collins Company
Action more than the engineer's present the house and for authorization of UlllllllltC' I.. Itc'. and force to construct

Tim receptivity of the leglslntiiii estimate\ of the cost to property the:! 1930 ('ens us. Diaz's bond was get al meeting!; today with representatives INtI'.I. equipment two miles of bnxe a week. Mr.Shandt \ .
the governor's tax plan Isp Rut the democratic leaders take $35.000. of grove owners and shippers,
"" to ow ners.! stated and all the construction
i.hli.>matlcal. according to po- .- i" different view. They contend The former governor who Is a wus asked to mobilize state troops:, <'ksonvllle. Apr'l Ifi, Several work In this section will

li! i il observers here Many momIIIT AOTIt'K: I other th'ngs deserve !Immediate at BaptIst minister nnd story pc-rel for patrol and Inspection duty wtlons of 1"Iorldltoday ex- \: this .

of the two houses, It Is uiirxtood There will ho a meeting of the tention. Including flood relief leg'slallon In state politics said yesterday' along the nineteen highways leiul- nnrlenccd, rain wind and hull be completed summer that will

( have predicted that the I J. J. Dickinson Cam!). U. C. V.. at and consideration of the when he made bond before a United 'ng thioiiftli central Florida. I'tormu\ of BiicH proportions as to Two other projects
the meetingof
be I let at May
i'i "i!J M-MSlou of the two houses will the county court house Friday, credit situation( as it Involves the Stales commissioner that he Mt'anwhlltlrOWfOrS/: and other in- cause some discomfort nnd property likely board will be (he conatruc-
p.etlvllles with: but minor Apr'l: 26th, 1929 nt 10-30: a. m., efforts of the federal board to was confident lie would be cleared tereHls in nearly every county losses. ( the
"inclwlo New
i '
ton! of a new over
of observing memorial of the charges. tho citrus\ nnd trucking
for the purpose curb speculation. wlthln which
In. the statutes pertaining In Jacksonville a Hijual
ilianKcs!; Itlver and tho completion of the
services for our departed --- ureas, were calling county-wide
to taxation. The general 1mpnsilon. I struck tho Murray Hill sedlon\ short section of unpaved road In
however, is that the son- comrades. Fish Liars On Attends Senate meetings: for the purpose of adopting early last night, demolished a Columbia county, running west
take notice melhodi.O.
ate, and( house will await introduct All veterans please : prnventatlve frame church birlding! blew down from Providence! to the Gaines

t on and committee discussion of accordingly. The Air Tonight Hearing On Bill .mi runt IIIP In lfo)( < ( ? emokectack and pushed) a boxcar ville-Lake City highway.
i W. T. Wl 'tl'i', inx relief schemes before establishing Ilonlthe/; .
a stand on the matter. | Comman..!(>r.I -. been quarantined and no several hundreds yards. The \\U\UX; ; Tilt* .lK: PUTS

M'nor' tax legislation has been I The Putnam counly chamber of Messrs\ J. L Fruwo, O. W Alderman. shipments of Infested fruits and I church unoccupied nt the time 0V 1 11'TOIt'omc *

midured to the body of lawmakers \ whoso name the governor has de- commerce advises radio fans that E '''-. Hnyes J. C. Robin vegetables will be allowed from and was valued at $0,500. A 1".t't''''

iliirlnK the two weeks: of their lined to reveal.Considerable .. the four prize winners of the Put "on. H. A. Bishop, D. W. Moore those areas. Fruits In somo grovru heavy rainfall over the city full The Woodmen Circle held a ri Ii

combined and formal activities speculation occupied nam County Fish Liars Convention L. D. Green of Starke. Uev. L,. V.Strickland have been burned. National throughout the night; nnd! Intermittently regular meeting pulling on Inlta- r

W'th one exception, an emergency I informal caucus dlscusKlons held In Palalka recently will and son of Highland; /guardsmen: wlll\ alt all shipments today tory work In a beautiful and credItabla -f r.
here over the we(>k-el1d as in Tallahassee last Thursday of fruits and vegetables along the .f' !
lilll to keep tax books open until rroadcast their yarns over station were Six Inches of rainfall was reported manner Tuesday night. The
.tune I. the measures are still In to the next suggestion for the WRUF, Gainesville this evening attending; the !hearing before the highways and Inspect the produce. at A va la'hlcola. l'(>nKIII'ollL Guard In n, Mrs. Inman, who went H':

(ommlttee.Of position but no two groups appeared from 8 to 9 o'clock, and all senate committee on the proposed Governor Carlton has placed 'reported hall so thick It almost to PeiiHacola, gave a glowing report ,

secondary Importance to able to center their speculation amateur fishermen are invited to bill to annex a portion of Clay $50.000 at the Immediate disposal I covered! the ground some places.Halu of the state meeting. We feel 1 ,Ii.;

tax legislation, political advisers In the same man. tune In and hear what a professional county. The delegation; carried a I of the State Plant Hoard in prep- \ was reported heavy down the especially proud the honor of having rt, .

here said today, Is the group of I Both houses have Important fisherman can do In a lairs' petlllon signed by more than two- reatlon for the fight; while the rast coast while Tampa, St. Pet ; the Guardian of the Starke !

rac'ng bllli which are scheduled measures. In committee, with a pos- convention. thirds of the property owners affected state I legislature, now In session, ersburg and Itradenton on the Circle No. 278 elected as elate supervisor. I'.If'' '
that some of them may be such proposed division, had before it a measure to appropriate take ;
to precipitate verbal clashes! In the Htbillty! The program; is sponsored under by west coast also had unusually This work will .
two houses( some time this week. returned this week. The upper the auspices of the Putnam residents of Clay county and pre $250,000 additional. Adjt. heavy precipitation.At Mrs. Inman all over the stale. Sov.Slnali "'

The question of legalizing racing and lower branches have both county chamber of commerce and sented their arguments for the division Gen. Collins estimated that the Orlando the rainfall\ ended Shiver was elected Advisor T' ,:f>;'
the Introduction of bills "Peerless Putnam cost of maintaining troops In the fall term and Sov. .It' 1// '
at any point or points within seen Is known as the a virtual drought, and the to fill the unexplred .{\
the state is slated to stand inthe scheduled to Improve the Florida Knlerla'ners Hour" every Friday Clay county had a strong delegation areas would be approximately was heavier In central Florida Ruby Ilayen was elected chairman '

1929 records as the foremost bat school system and both bodies n'ght over WRUF. The entertainment of citizens\ at this hearing $20.000 monthly. than any time since September 18, of auditors to serve the unexplred "\'."

tle on the ground of public morals!, have referred to committees the feature of these programs Is aiid they strongly protest the The object of the drive at this 1928. Citrus growers nnd truck term. i' .".. !
according to of legislators numerous bills for minor tax relief backed by the chamber of com move to cut away a part of their stage is to segregate! ; the fly which farmers estimated that the heavy A drill team has been formed '. .

consensus submitted ruring the last two merce, but the chamber assumes county. Relief from the excessive la not capable of traveling far on rain was worth many thousandx and with the material on hand, :

weeks. no responsibility for any statement taxation levied In district 9 Its own wings, but spreads chiefly of dollars to their crops. Starke team should bring the honors I'' !f.; I

Racing mils VarliflSeveral Administration measures, recommendation made by the fish liars quartette. was prom'sed! by several of the by shipments of infested fruits, on Several other cities reported! home. 1.

measures having to do by the governor in Clay county officials present I vehicles traversing the area and small damage from rain.and wind The members of the grove presented :: ''

directly or indirectly with racing hla message; to both legislative :Monday's Storm through the medium of a proposed even in clothing of persons pus though none had any big!; losses. to' their Guardian a very : .

are known to be In the process of branches, !have been rece'ved! in I bill to enlarge/; the taxable terri I !tng through. After the pest has Generally\ cooler weather followed attractive pillow for her faithful f, .

Preparation. Some of them are many instances\ with the greater Small tory. Oulslda of being loathe to been segregated. It was believed tho .showers In the northern KOC- work In the grove Mrs. Inman .I

known to deal directly with pro- volume appearing!; in the bills Introduced Damage part with this particular section. Its extermination would be posxl- tlon of the state.Deputy thanked the grove for such u lovely :L

hlblllng the sport. Another l is being .! to abolish or alter administrative It appeared the Clay county representatives ble. surprise. The ,Past Guardian. .;.

framed, it is understood to schedules of the Damage by Monday high winds were afraid such dlvla'.on .. I'Vclrrul Inquiry Jones Sov. Silcox was presented with an ,:

legalize racing from a local option state's fish and game department. In this section was confined to would only be an opening The federal department of agriculture engraved Past Guardian's] pin, and I "

viewpoint, wh'le still another understood Cl\rlC"r.U..ynll. H 'JirIi Ks Duo trees, unroofing of small houses wedge for other sections to cut will\ hold a hearing in the Injured the Secretary, Sov. Hullo, received \ .

to provide for state-wide The Carter-noyall hearings! may and Injury to growing crops. Within away from Clay county and go to matter at Washington on April 22. Badly a lovely birthday gift from tha .,

ac ptance of the sport. The house develop this week. It was understood Starke some of the streets were adjoining/ counties! to escape the HH Inspectors already are actively Guardian of the grove. i:1'The :

lam week received a tax bill which but they Wil: not be held blocked by limbs torn from the I high tax rate In Clay county. at work In the state. Agricultural Gainesville. Apr 13. .- Deputy hall was attractively decorated f". .

would provide a 10 per cent levy until after the two dl.'pOI".1 state trees lining the streets telephones Residents of the northern strip of and plant specialists of other Sheriff Harry G Jones was confined with cut llowers. Hostesses : '

"I. horse and (dot rachl!';. department heads have filed their were put out of commission and Clay county, Including Orange Southern: states were laying' to his bed with numerom superficial for ,the evening served Ice cream, ; \

.Another feature of the expected answers to the charges of Governor three of the b'g advertising panels Park, have already begun their plans for aiding the fight as well Injuries last night and, an and cuke, and each member expressed ". (

flirht on racing has been seen by Carlton. of the Outdoor Advertising Com plans to have their territory annexed at to Institute measures, should unknown liquor runner was believed herself as having enjoyed :

'an,' house observers in the pro- Jerry W Carter former state pany norlh of town were flattened. to Duval county, and this tho fly spread. to be suffering at loast one the meeting. :I ,

1 it for an equal stand for their all. suspended commissioner of I twisted off and others uprooted. session of the legislature.; or nub-tropical insect and In fluid clash between the two on a high Chairman of Pub.SIIIPMIi.NTS ; ,

nlvln'on of sport with the horses.I' game; and fresh water fish, have The rainfall Monday was reported Senator K. M. Johns. who has to thrive best In a temperature of way near Waldo Thursday night.; .

has been strongly intimated both been furnished with copies of by the local station aa 1.67 inches. taken an active stand In the matter about 78 degrees. U cannot with Jones a member of the firm of ; : IMIOITINO

through\ Informal gatherings of the charge through; special s(>nato Nearly 3 1-4 Inches of rain fell expects a favorable report on stand cold' weather and this was Jones and Kverett, rum-snatching ,j' I ,,4

''hi lawmakers that exponents of : committees, and their attorneys during Sunday night and Monday the bill from the senate commit taken as a hopeful not Insofar asUs motorcycles attaches of Sheriff ItJ. Strawberry shipments durlDST '

dne facing are prepared to strive are said to be preparing their tee and anticipates no serious delay possible spread north of Flor "nob" Wells was hurt when he the past weeks have shown a I I

for recognition\ In event their al1swers.I in getting the bill\ though the ida. The origin of the fly Is said was crowded off the highway; by cloudy! decline, the total shipments t ,

claim are not recognized In pre I OpInion as to their ability to senate. It will then be Introduced to be West Africa and It has the liquor car while traveling at for this week being under 70.000 17 '4 l"fI''lit.

liminary I legislative skirmishes. I defend themselves against the In the house where It will be spread to many parts of the globe a speed of 60 miles an hour. He quarts at an average price of of this ''j4 ,

Creen fruit matters already have 1 charges of the governor has been threshed out by the house com This U Its first appearance on the suffered two strained ligaments cents. Cool rainy weather },

appeared in the house. Further 'generally divided and wandering. mitteeon county affairs. North American continent.ftcorglu la his right foot and numerous week put a check on the fruit for .
and \Mrd. Andrew Wllker- of the :
Mr. several days, but many
entrv) of this topic Into the 1929 Neither the deposed heads, their son. boy, born April Sth. Lawtey.Mr r\OTU')': Taken Action bruises on his legs and body report fields filled with >;\iIl "
record was .forseen today for the I attorneys, members of the senate .and Mrs. !II. A. WUkerson, The liquor car a Ford roadster growers '
Oa. Apr. 17.-The healthy bushes and green ;: ,
has divulged Atlanta, turned over a hundred yard from
coming understood the governor 9th.
week. It.fa : April
nor son
Lawtey Association

The Parent-Teachers' continue for several
that the counts that State Board of Entomology today where Jones careened from the Shipments
a of Starke
the by ,
measures prepared contents :Mr. and Mrs. Jones
i school
I II will meet at the high against weeks and receipts for the
ordered a quarantine escaped, It
and suspensIon. road. Its occupants
majority Of fruit growing brought April 17th.
auditorium, Wednesday afternoon, closo to threequartel'll -
movement of Florida citrus fruits \ of moonshine season will run
"!"inplng yet contained 60 gallons
Interests have fund of not at 3 o'tlock. Parents are urged to million dollars.To .
bep.n< A state advertising DEATHSLouisa Into or through the state of Georgia liquor. 38 gallons of which was of a
J brought into the state
1)111. ''hat offered to one less than $500.000 annually Is Swindell, Starke, April attend. say'ng the order was Issued destroyed In the wrerk.I make somewhat for the
they wilt be .
01 ">oth houses thIs week. urged In resolutions adopted by 2, 1929, age 85.I'KUTILIZKIC. Organization of Goodbody-New-, to revent the Introduction and I Cramped beneath the 400 poundmotorcycle shortage of strawberries, bean
the Tampa Rotary club, says the svemlnatlon of the Mediterranean which lay on his leg:, have started from every uhlpplng 1
XniiMMl snJl"rJos ell Inc., a Florida (corporation I
Solicitor ,
to Ito : : ('o carload a
resolutions I a
Tampa Times. The offices at Fort fru:t Jly In Georgia. Jonea fired at the automobile ten point In the county
dlst'usloday with: principal
rwnsus! of legislative .
advocated by shipped from Lawtey.Uxpresa
the plan hi and reloading day being
4 was that another exe- approve for a substantial Fertilizer consumption in Bradford Pierce, to engage In a general real WOODMKN>>: : nr.cu.; JIIIT: times!, emptying gun shipments. have been

I' (f session, the seventh this Governor advertising Carlton appropriation, county fell off during March estate business and the Improve It, before overturned.the car went out He heavy from Htarke, In addition to
y, >r the Ben- state with the February ment and development of farm Circle of control and
may expected as that the discharging of as compared Starke Grove Woodmen .45 calibre two cars by freight. Brooker ship
*' ,w called to order tomorrow. .I declaring nnanclal obligations In report. The report Issued by the and horticultural lands has been =,"0. 78. will hold Its regular session believed struck one one of of the two occupants ped one car by freight, and considerable
'rh. secret! meeting. It was preal pressing inducing Inspection bureau, department of perfected and preliminary plans Tuesday.! April 23rd. AH\ slugs: quantlllea are going out
depends upon fled Into the
'trd< ( to condsr the state for March credited for the development of an 865- be I I before: they
will be the third influx of outside! capital agriculture, members are urged to present. bullet which he believed dally by express. Price paid for
*: Governor Carl ton's appoint an early and that adequate Bradford with the use of 290 tons. acre tract of land located three I woods. The beans have been from $1,25: to
ment of a solicitor! for HlllsborKh and immigration essential for Consumption during February wa. miles west of Fort Pierce has been Plant City has new /floral shop \ found Its mark penetrated
county The appointment development advertising; programs. given at 678 tons. announced at Fort Pierce la Wright Arcade the back of the car. $3.00.
w"l recommend another man

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the shore. I'OHSIIUMTIKH; OK .'.\1,1. OK manufacturers of articles whichare ways glade to see ber. City
the buying B. Hunt had as her !Mr.\ Lonnle: Rollins of W..II. ,.
to P.
The next day I went In search OU> I,1NH DKMorU.irYFOUM : Bold directly Mrs. .
BRADFORD : > SCANT AT IX8TITCTK: public in Florida would be tremendously guests last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs passed' through our town Saurd,1l.)
of food and found some nuts and ..
handicapped by such I I.Let an
fruit for it was geeting lute in Winter Park, April 18. Possibilities because mall order houses and I W.Mrs.A. Parrlsh C. P. Sasser of! and daughter. I !Mr. Leo Dyal was a visitor ii.ra( '

r r HIGH SCHOOLJOURNJLEi.AUOR.ITE the season. I was not alone on of the fall of old line ut of state manufacturers shlpT !Miss Clara May, of Valdosta, Ga/ Saturday afternoon

the island, but was surrounded Democracy In the South were ) ng directly to customers, would visited friends and relatives here Mr. Hugh Butler CroHhy of

by many wild beasts, whose tracks Institute of escape it altogether. last Sunday.Dr. Brooker passed through our towa{
: l'J.S1.1)10): ) I UKV. RAYMONDOIVKtt I found as I searched for food. weighed before the A very logical explanation of the i and Mrs. It. M. Paver spent Saturday afternoon.Mr. .

I'on HTUNTS TOS: 1<... r ; I'lIAl'Kti; TALK The passing weeks are all a Statesmanship DeRoulhac here today Hamiltonof by Professor source of this proposed tax measure the week-end with Mrs. Favors and Mrs. Edd YarhorouK' ],
J. O.
blur to me now, but wth: my Is contained In the following parents, Mr. and Mrs O. Haynes. and Mrs. Mary Yarborough of DC)-
P. North Carolina
Good times come and good times Hev. Raymond, pastor of tho hatchet I cut trees down with the University of editorial from the Tampa Tribune: Rev. Roy L. Brown of Jacksonville tona Beach, were visiting friends,
Dr. Hamilton
go, and from all Indications, one First Baptist church, was again which I made myself a house, and found scant.of history and A conference of merchants representing state evangelist will begin and relatives here this week

exercises and joining the logs together as ac- Is a professor 14 counties In this sec- at the Christ- !Mr. Broward Strickland, ,
$*; ,..1 JHHV wow of a good time not heretofore the speaker at chapel The Institute of a series of meetings Ilf
I > enjoyed will Arrive tonight. gave one of the finest talks heard curately as possible with notches. government.Statesmanship Is in sess'on! this t'on to be held In Tampa todayto Ian church next Sunday, April: 21. Starke was a business visitor info, '
There was a species of high grass protest against the proposed Mr. and Mrs. C L. Houser and Saturday afternoon.
< A huge bag of surprise will empty In the auditorium this year. He I thatched week under the auspices{ of Rollins formulate Schell
; growing there, with this sales tax law and to children have recently been the Mr. and Mrs. Byrd spent
Its contents with reckless selected as his subject, "Roads." constructed bed with College with a view to throwingsome the active of last week
llrw. ; joyous it. I a "The Future of plans for giving measure /guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Milton a few days at D?y..

p;., abandon, but with the consent and He discussed the fact that young logs and made a matress with the light on in the United oPPolllt'on. Black of Green Cove Spring[ this tona Beach.

trt., high pleasure of all happily con people are at the beginning of all !same grass and all my furniturewas Party "Government Dr. Hamilton took little It Is well that the merchants week. Mr. Clyde Prescott was a visitor -

cerned. Fun! Foolishness! Frivolity roads, and pointed out the absolute made In the same manner.I States. deflectionsfrom are aroused on this question, because Mr. Ross Norton, of Clearwater, here Saturday.
tj. necessity that they try to select killed and cured enough meat stock In last year's the sales tax proposal appears visitor here this week. Miss Novella King: of Hampton,
In the was a
t t-.n -aBBMati Vaudeville, acrobats, alngjVuISHRi the best roads on which to with my slinK to last me throughthe old line Democracy MotherGoose' to be influentially backed Rev. Norris pastor of the First was visiting Miss Clyde Morgan'

1 1 j ing, dancing' music: (urlesque. travel through Ufa. winter but about this time South. He held that applied. and will have strong support! be- n'tptlst church here filled his Sunday afternoon.
I Bo Peep
ll.. f skits of all kinds, such novel fea N1111'1SItI'KIl: ; ) spirits began; to lag;, and I beganto advice alone to and they will foro the legislature It In one of regular: appointment here last MeBBrs. Clifton and Fred' flu i )
r them
tures as trained horses and trick long for home again. Leave Democracy the' means devised by holders of Sunday. and Eddie Wnndin of Waldo, II'pr",
their -
Y' automobiles, to say nothing of personal But one day I came upon the com home, wagging, \tens've vacant lands to reduce Miss Hilda Sull'van of Theressa, visitors here Sunday afterno"1, '
Interesting theme 'twere.
e appearances of genuine ce- This very Bible then suddenly there over- behind them as their taxes by passing them on to visited her grandmother, Mrs. A much needed rain fell in" nl,,
the form of a letter, was even sentimen-
often '
In Sentiment
written ,
.. lebrltes.In of whelmed me an entense longing to have the general 1 public. Oatens bly Josephine Sullivan last Sunday. Sunday night and Monday. 'n.[ i .?

{;, ,. short, tonight Is stunt night, contributed by Hazel class.White, be back home walking by your tality, and tradition always Southern supported by a so-colled taxpay, Rev. W. O. Seals, of Jackson- was greatly appreciated l hy> Hie
English in
the entire forces the sophomore side the to church. But played a strong part organization, centered nect'on.
a. I s a nIght In which on way said, and er's protective ville, was a business visitor here farmers of this
: ; of high school students will combine HI I read on I realized: that my thlnkln,,. Dr. Ham in Jacksonville this scheme IbIs week. On account of the high/ v.\ni\\ ,\

i to give each other and every- Dear Mother: life there would be what I madeIt U I is Idle to believe that Southerners historic- 's really the brainchild l of certain Mrs. Vera Thomas spent the Monday afternoon and aim !nmi."r
!. one the time of their lives. This Its been many a since moon I've, and you can't realize how It can ever forget the in bit;,.jand !interests which hope 1 to week-end with her mother In trouble, an airplane from Vihio,i 1 '-

wfs stunt program appears) to be unlimited the Indians would nay strengthened me. basis of the Democratic power relieve their own pockets) by forcing Ocala. ta, Ga., enroute to Galn"svlMi," II'\ ?

x' 'ir In every way. Anythingthat written you, but life and has exciting been a The whole winter I lived'thereOf the South He pointed of the to majorityof the con- the purchasers of every article Mrs. A. A. Futch and daughter forced to land In an unculihai,1",.,,

f 4r will entertain has been prepared scries of upheavels course my civilized clothinghad tinued possession ->f common use in the state to pay Miss Lois, of Leesburg, were the field here. The aviators resumed
since! then.I local offices as a '
an Included in this highly adventures from Alexandria, long worn out, so now I was state and continued: higher prices for the things they guests of Mrs. Futch's sister, Mrs. their Journey Tuesday.
: wrote you clad tn skins. Mother It was mendous source few rents t to .
; diversified program. goat buy, ranging from a K. B. Watterson and, mother, Mrs.
sailed for
All stunt plans are shrouded and from there we glorious there; for once I realizedthe Democratic power. many dollars according to the this week. \MRS. JIARV ROIIKRTS: TIlOMlH{

with secrecy, but word has leaked Sweden. I Just got" here yester grandeur and majestic beautyof "No mere revolt will break that sales price of the article-this I Emma Mr. Chas.Bishop Heath spent the week- ,
day, the only one In the entire The birds control," he said. "It will take a I togo I Jacksonville, Apr. 16. Mm: .
., out here and there, that an amazing the uncivilized. were bonus wrung from the people with friends in Savannah.
I end
t''' '" high-diving act will be given; crew to reach my destination. We tame, also the animals outside of revolution to dislodge the party Into a fund for dtstrtbut'on! : I to I Allgood, of Lees- Mary Roberts Thomas 85, died< at
Miss Gladys
.. jfr that a strong man of unparalelled I left on Tuesday. don't know howIt the wild ones, which never bothered from power. And not yet can It the people, to go Into a fund for visited friends here last the home of her daughter Mrs'

strength will reveal his prowess Inl happened, but on Friday we sailed me, that I think was God's be said that the revolt will ever distribution to the state and burg, J. C. VIning, on Iver street' after

c i defiance to all charges of fraud; I Into a thick fog and lost our own precaution towards me. I reach the proportions of a revo- among the counties, to reduce the week. an extended illness Mrs. Thomas -

that BOHCO, the famed trained way. Actually mother I've never loathed almost for the time to I lution." "tax burden" of the promoters of a native of Georg: came ta

C' '. { horse will actually appear; that a In all my days at sea, seen such a come when a ship should see my The speaker held that most of the plan. ..............9.........5. Jacksonville about 30 years ago

.1 c popular local girl will be forced' fog. We couldn't see ten feet In flag waving on the high pole alongthe tho talk going around about revo- This tax would apply to every article S GRAHAM from Lake Butler. She was a mem-

Irv under water and be made to eat front of our faces. You know what shore. lution In the ranks of the Demo- of general use in the state, : ber of the First Christian church'
a and drink while held there. probably happened. We went on For a year and a month I lived cratic party was Republican talk. from a package of chewing gum I .....NNO.NNlO..N4r.A. She Is survived by five daughters/ ) ,

It is also rumored that a chorus the rocks. It was sudden and none there mother being king over my "Much of course will depend to an auotomoblle. It would entail Mrs. J, C. VinIng, Mrs. W W MI-
Okla' Hawaiian were prepared for It. I do not the attitude of the regular' I !Mrs A. G. Brown and daughte.1. J. T. Barnes Mrs
of beautiful maidens has dominion of a tiny Island and the upon a practically unl'mlted cost of kell Mrs. .I t 11.l|
//r been sent for and that they will remember it for I guess something birds and animals who had become Democratic organization," he con collect'on and enforcement, with Thelma. were shopping in Mikell, and Mrs. W. F. Crubor.:

dh bring their native Hawaiian hit me and the next thing as brothers and sisters to tinued.: "The 'churching of the re- n new state bureau of official Starke Tuesday afternoon. threo sons, F. A. Thomas .1.1v.

whoopee with them. I knew I was lying on the beach me. I enjoyed simply the vege- ralltrants may readily perpetuatethe checkers and snoopers[ which naturally Mr. C. Westbrook of Daytona Thomas and E. W. Thomas' a'l!! ofJacksonville

''' Practically all stunts excepting shivering with cold. I looked all tables and wild grain the Island breach, while conciliatory would evolve Into a polo Beach, was visiting h's wife, here ; three sisters ami,, 28

those few mentioned, however, are around; I was the only solitary afforded, and I groaned as I treatment: and a dlsposit'on to I local machine. It would give continuous Wednesday night./ grandchildren and 11 great-grund-

,:.) ti, being kept from the public in or- living/ victim of the wreck I look- thought of leaving my paradise to overlook the* past may result in annoyance to sellers and Messrs. Hugh Butler Crosby andAubrey children

} der that the many surprises may ed out over the bobbing; blue water again withstand the jolts of the complete reconciliation. C '* buyers. It would furthermore Hazen were visitors hereWednesday runernl' l ser/'ces were conducted'

;; be furnished with, full strength In time to see the waves roll world.It Another factor of tremendous im vastly increase the, drain of the b'Kmailorder night. ''n Gravel Hill cemetery( SiimloUev. )'.

c' is and etTertveneKs.: over the broken musts, then all was near winter when I saw portance Is the fact that, while houses on the spending: ; Mr. and !Mrs. Lyon Crosby were J. T. Bane raptor of iliaEdgewood

i At any rate, because of the fact disappeared! the ship; so after watching and Hoover la Infinitely stronger In the money of the !ifeople of Florida business v'sltors here Wednesday avenue Christian ilnir'li

that everyone is invited, it appears You can't imagine whnt agonyI realizing it was coming nearer, I South than his party the mass of and g've out-of-state dealers i a afternoon. and Rev. 1) L. Bowline;, ofiirlat.d.The .

yq4 'fc4i.u.n ....atth anyuouy and uvery- i endured for a time for I realized gathered a lot of wood and builta bolting Democrats, as they voteu tremendous: advantage over thn Mr. and Mra. C. "'. Westbrook pallbearers wareJ: (escotn. ,

,tb'' ;I ,}: ug will be present at the I). H. that I must stay on that savage huge fire for It was druw'ng' toward the Ilepubl'can: ticket, were voting home merchant. It would he bud nnd little daughter Margie, left' .\ L. J. Ellis, W. A. II:|! '.

S. auditorium tlilu Friday night, shore, -to hear no human voice evening. As dawn appeared against!': Governor Smith, rather for the efficiency and Integrity of Thursday morning for Tlfton. Ga., Heno Touchton, A. J), Wtlfrht! "1.1.
.It,, )r. by 8 o'clock. and to see no human face for I saw a small boat approach- than for Mr. Hoover. They were !I the state government, bad for everybodY where they will make the r future B. II. Carter. Seashole fmn" !ul l
I stood there In home. We wish them much
4 ----- years probably. Ing. I entered It and went to the tremendously aroused against a : save the few who expectto success. parlors had charge of the ur inirc-
s I-OJ>l'I.\lt HTL'UINTH; : a stupor for a long); time staring of prohibition .
eu ship where I told my strange story Catholic opponent It from Its operation. It Isour meuts.
.\HI'] 1\ .\lmllmThe : out to sea. But suddenly I realized sacred cow which filled the "prof Mi\ R. S. Wasdln was a busi- .. _
and found out that all my com- that candid precllct'on, here and ---
i r the sinking and that little ness visitor to Starke one day last West New
that sun was had perished and also I South's cruse- formerly a Key boat arrled'lore
panions member of the legislature
y, 1'' marriage of Gerald Cox, I must prepare a place for my gained my freedom with a sigh. brown jug, now a fruit-Jar-to noW, that who no votes for this measure week. : for Monroe. county ferry R'S-)

senior, to Hernlce: Bradley, Bradford night's sleep. I walked up and Your overflowing."I !Mr.\ and Mrs. A. G. Brown and em.
re-elected to the legislatureor
freshman, was announcedlast down the shore in hopes of findIng Robert am unable to accept the cry will be other office within the children wcro visit'ng their daughter Tampa .- Plans d's<"MSSCC! f,>rannotation '

Monday. Cox Is one of Brad something washed ashore by Tammany and Tammany to any I Mrs. Kills': Starling of Sampson of Suburbs H .
against ..
t ford's star atheletes, being a guard the water. I found a box containIng Leo-New service station under method at its vocal value, for gift: of his constituency.does not mince ------ --- -

w on thin year's basketball team, and a knife, kittle, a hatchet and construction here. through a century and a quarterthe The Tribune Its opinion, j

t ; an outstanding player at halfback a Bible. It was Indeed a queer Ft. Myers--27 carloads vegetables alliance with New York De- words In expressing
n, on the Tornado eleven last winterer: mixture of articles, but I welcomed shipped from Lee county be'ng unpopular The Sun wishes to add'lta endorsement
1 mocracy, farfrom Tribune has' said
Miss Bradley Is also one of the them gleefully. By this timeIt : during recent week.Jacksonville In the South, was highly valued to what the condemning this Now is the time
most popular freshmen. was dark and I the best I : Riverside precinct and vociferously defended. - and to join In Sun.

Doth Mr. and Mrs. Cox reside could do for a bedroom was to police station will be remod- "Another important consideration measure.-Gainesville.

k, In Raiford., .}.O lorlda.lIi"II' crawl!: _Into a cavejwhlch was near eled. Is that most of the boilers feel nln 1"I'\Tl.IU; : IN
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: that they have nowhere to go. The ALL TALKING FILM to f ijt

0 national Republican party, has nev- up your

; : 1 T Sons of Erin Will Soon Be Journeying to Emerald Isle I I er made any particular effort to A few years ago four Pennsyl-
: J understand the South or to win it van'a State college boys, Fred and

other than by force. The failure Tom Waring, Fred Buck and "Po- MODEL T FORD
w u in the and
to name a Southern man ley" McClintock, got together

/ present cabinet may perhaps to learned a few dance numbers I

regarded; as Illustrative. They played two banjos, a piano RIGHT now, after winter lay-ups and winter driving is
in aid of the their first dance at |
"Another Influence and drums at
of the time to BO over your Model\ T and find out just! what
V Democratic party is the support "Penn State" and displayed such it needs in the of .
k and .
,d t f? who bitterly resent as un- original style of dance way replacement parts adjustment!; '
those pleasingly .
1 a. For email
a very cost be able to and
American the active participationof music that this first engagementled you may protect>>
the churches in others. maintain your investment in the car and get thousand!
calls for many
the clergy; to
? ik'tl politics, who see in the revolt nn Such was the humble beginningof of miles of additional service.

attempt on their part to control the now famous "Waring's To help( you get the fullest use from your car, the

tl;''r '-'; t .. American politics, who fear the Pennsylvanians," In the alltalker Ford Motor Company is still devoting n considerable(

( quasi-establishment in the United "Syncopation" the RKO mucomedy Section! of its plants to the manufacture of Model T part

: States of the Evangelical Protes- extravaganza coming tothe rind will continue to do so as long as they are needed

tant churches and the bigotry and Florida theatre for two days I by Ford owners.

t t 4 Intolerance sure to result there- beginning next Monday.For These parts are quickly available through Ford deal

+ from and the virtual nullificationof seven years they have traveled era in every section, of the country. Note the low pricesin

; V7TN : the guarantee of religious free- across the country, playing the partial Hat given below
f tn this country. That these record-breaking engagements Inthe
,;:.. dom Pinion and pin (1.40(
.. constitute a numerous class can.. large motion picture houses.In
# Connecting rod 1.60
: ( not be doubted. addition to these appearancesthey Crankxhaft 10.00(
; ", "In the face of things I conclude have played In London Berlin Cylinder head 6.00

.. '."'< that to dislodge the Democratic and Paris and when signed upto Cylinder ...1)1))
party from control In the South i play for "Syncopation" they Time .ear. .7:S>>
AkRrcKi6a'Gut ." e .e } personal allegiance York merrier Time gear cover 1.00
than New a
.Y- will take more were making
Crankcase .
on the one hand or personal place to live In by their headlined Magneto coil
) ; ( assembly .5.01)
C@ :
; prejudice on the other." featured act in "Hello Yourself" Hy wheel .. .. 13.00

e the George Choos musical comedy Transmission gear baIt <>;>
!'f C/AJN77MQ.lIetl'O: COAlE:.. lULL TU. MI'JASUHH at the Casino theatre. Transmission cover 6.00.

These peppy jazzbos play nine Clutch pedal .6;)
Concerted action is being taken Steeling gear assembly (less wheel and bk. 8.50
# the theme
selections ranging; from Starter drive 4.2.;
at present by merchants and representatives song, "I'll Always Be in Love With Generator . 12.50(

of the buyng! publicto You," by Sammy Slept, to Victor Battery 8.50
: fight a bill which someone proposed Herbert's "Sweet Mystery of Life." Carburetor 3.00(

to Introduce In the legislature Others in the cast are Barbara Vaporizer assembly (wilh fittin-< 9.00

to place a two cent tax on all Bennett, Bobby Watson, Ian Hunter Rear axle shaft .- 1.7J
merchants.The Differential drive near 3.00
sales made by Morton Downey. Osgood Parkins llr.iventnl I joint .
assembly 2.,50: (
dI dIo rr following la a section from MacKenzie! Ward, Verre@eastlale Drive. shaft pinion 1.50
n the bill: and Dorothy Lee. ]'ront.Ie.: 9.00

It! "Section 3. Upon every person Peppy jazz bolden song, snappy Spindle connecting rod 1.73;

,v !? t'EN rP fl 1 it 1 y ; ';t ti"n o '"" vn rr 1t engaging or continuing business within of making this stepping and a heartclutchinglove tear Front spring railing rod. .. .. -. (
state In any for
story are promised patrons Kadiator-I em hell (1917-23) 15.00:
> rJ Hales to the ultimate consumer of the Florida theatre In thlafilm Hatlintor.... shell. ((1923-27) 1 1.00<)(
the ultimate consumer meaningthe operetta of Broadway lives I hood) ----------,5: ()

r H I' purchaser of any article who and loves, first of the radio pictures loud (l9:6-27) black 7.00)

TOM Mcr0/fQ" 7kcF. f'/yQ"A ,. does not buy such article for resale released by RKO. OuHoIinn tank 6.0(1Frontfenders (
the amount of such tax to be two (1917-102.: each 4.00
.;:'r Ireland la a spell-binder among naI I Wl k NNj NSrti6 a av cent) of the valueof Front fenders (1926-1927): each :S.OO>>
'r tlons. Though her children may have I per cent ((2 per *..*.+................** Hear fender (1') 2.192.each 3.7.>
wandered afar, the enchantment the transition from river to open sea Is noted the world over for their ex the article sold as shown by the Beer fender (1716.1927eac. 4.00
soat over them at birth ever endurca hardly perceptible to the voyager, cellence. Race meets too, are held gross proceeds derived from the J HAMPTON J JMl I Running boxrd .- 1.2:1:

1 3'b"t It la almost Impossible to find an who lands at Cobb (Queenatown) during the Bummer while riding to sale thereof by the seller, exceptas *.* Ada Nlnimth. to,. Horn (battery type) 1,50
d Irishman In whom the strain of and Belfast. hounds astride a spirit- Irish h".t"rprovldee hereinafter mentioned. The Headlamp assembly (1915-26) pair.. .. 5.50(
l t "Come Back to Erin" does not create The Emerald Isle though email thrills a-plenty In the measure of this tax Is the value ...*...+.......*..>.....J' Touring ear top (1915-25) complete 27.00
m longing to return to his native aod. offers a variety of climate. ranging autumn. Balling and boating on Touring ear top ((1926-27)
complete Include curtain
If only for the briefest visit. Other from the semi-tropical weather at sheltered bays.\ bathing from smooth of the entire sales made In this A beautiful program was ren-i and curtain rods. ., 35.00
fi-,' visitors to Ireland, too find, her lure Olengarlff, Parknaallla and Kenmareto beaches angling In well-stocked state." dered by the B. Y. P. U. of the !
equally Irresistible. tho bracing air of Bllgo and Done- rivers and lakes complete) the visitors' From, the. merchants' stand- Lake Butler Baptist! church, at the These prices are for parts only, but the charge for

Ireland Is but a alx days' voyage gal. The witchery of Klllarney the enjoyment of the Emerald Isle. point it should be noted that the First Baptist church of Hampton I labor is equally low. It is billed at a flat rate BO you may
of Ulster Hills and No visitor to Ireland should fall to
rugged splendor I know in
from Canada via the St. advance
majestic tax on gross sales Irrespective of last Sunday evening at 7:30.: what the job will coat
c'.' Lawrence the other to the cliff country of the Connaugnthere kiss the Blarney atone, which la em- I
tip sea-way profit or loss. This means that in Mrs. R. D. Rawley of Green
Europe. The Canadian Pacific Steam. provide acenery comparable to bedded In the walla of Blarney Castle
4flr .nip* provide frequent service to Ire. that of practically any country In the near Cork. It has been kissed by millions order to "come out" they haveto Cove Springs, is visiting friends I I FORD
from the Una old Frencn-Cana- world. but still retains Its magic power.It pass all or part of this tax alongto here this week. Mrs. Rawley IIIthe MOTOR COMPANY]

? 61ht4taan city of Montreal a tty rich tn Devotees of golf and tennis will Is reputed to give one ".the gift of the buying public. As a consequence widow of the late R. D. Rawley. -
t legend and Two find In Ireland In which to the gab." A poet has written
i: glamorous SUrtorv.: a paradise everyone would be paying She'' was formerly a resident
(1 day* are spent In calling down the pursue their favorite pastime for There is a atone thai whoever kisses.
yt part of It every time he should of our town and has many friends.
beautiful St. Lawrence. and the her golf courses and tennis court are On I helDCVlII'mIMea make purchase. Merchants and here


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Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph On Wednesday March 20, 1929 t

the death angel visited the home I
of Mr. Manning M. Crime i and

Live State News : look JCHUS The him in remains heaven.from us was to curried dwell w.th to I'I' A Bigger And Better Day For !

Kingsley lake and laid to rest In '

the family cemetery there. Ilev I'

L. A. Donnelly assisted by Rev.F. .

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES It!. Taylor conducted the funeral I Bradford County. Prepare .For Its '

I services. A large concourse of r
friends there to their '
---.--._,_,__._._.. ._.._______ were pay *
+--- -----------.v last tribute of love and respect I

;,utsota--John H. Carter Jr., the school late In the afternoon. to this dear friend who has pass '

", 1'd,, as attorney for the board .. ed Into the great beyond lie had 1 ti
I host of friends who will miss'
.I ?, ,mntv,, commissioners of Sara Daytona Peach Mayor E. II. a I ;
his hearty handshake and smiling :+
,..0111 ,,aunty after serving about Armstrong of Daytona Reach, to- '

V-nfs( fn that. capacity. day said he had boon Informed: face. 'I '
'il: while Washington conferringwith Mr. Grime was fifty-nine years : A bigger and better day is at hand for Bradford Couiily. With the improved .rj'I
old. lie married Kosle Lee thirty-
,,:," Worth -.- L. Frank Lln- A. A. A. ofllclals that J. M.hltc ,
i I I.,11, L middle-aged! local building, \\' I'hlladpllhhowner of the three they had years spent ago last December happy ,clays and transportation facilities that we are soon to have there is going to be I
) many
\ died in the arms of his former record-holding Triplex cur
,.' I"( tar to gether. It seemed hard almost \\1
,?,,.i' .u I a masquerade ball given In which Lee Bible wus killed here the opportunity far our strawberry growers to greatly expand their operations j
I I'' more than we could do to give ,
Death was at- March 13, wns already preparingto
'" hv hIm' up) but God In his flighty and this will the opportunity for all other lines of business I'I'1
Iri i, d to appoplexy. build another car with which to wisdom railed Mm to come up open to ex-
attack Major II. (). II. Segravo's ,.
higher and be at rest. '
''undo --Carl Barber form- record of 231.30 miles an hour) { pand. 4 (
i lie leaves: surviving him a brokenhearted .
from Fort '
'nity commissioner: widow, nine children.Mrs. .
i I", ,nuts, wan acquitted of a I.'ortIyers. The first water F. M. Taylor, Percy Crime 'i There never was a time when a business connection with a strong, progressive $t
of second degree murder nitlon of the season from Florida 'i'
,"; qa : :Mrs Hump Crawford, Oscar Grlf- I
i h i Jury In criminal court of reead went north from Fort Myers yesterday fie, Mrs. Lee Webb, Leon Marlon, I bank was of greater importance to the live, progressive man who d

, Mi-re, The charge was In con when a 35-pound) melon Mae and Andrew Or Ills; five grandchildren

i", i .on with the fatal shooting of was expressed to Fred( M. Davis of three brothers, K. Lr A.I wishes to forge c ahead in his business operations and take full advantage ofhis -J
last February. who' weeks 1 !
!" 11"V. Cox Boston several ago J. and C. C. (Grlflls all of Starke: ,
put In an order for early melons. two sisters Mrs. K. F. Geiger of'' opportunities.This I

iMlmettoCharles, B. Ilaker 15, The first carload shipment: will go Tampa and Mrs. Minnie Normanof

of Mr. and Mrs. Charles killed tills J. to northern markets lute this Starke besides other relatives bank is operated on a fifty-fifty basis in the matter of co-operation I"::;
city was month and It Is Lee
i ))1. r. of this: expected coun- and a host of friends to mourn his
,,,;-, noon In a dive from 11.1Im- ty will maintain Its record of shlp- ;:
'\ I'd platform at a private p'ng' the first carload from Flor untimely end. I with its patrons. Those who prove their friendship to us by depositing their :

.naming, pool. of The the boy's platform head ida. lie Is not dead, I funds here have our first consideration! in the matter of loans when they :
x tick a support But only Bleeping ::1'"

,,rid! fur> neclc. was. broken.. I Jacksonville: -- Charges that' Never will his memory fade- need help to carryon their business operations.We it 1

moonshiners have robbed gravesIn Loving thoughts will always linger 'j
,;marl Carrying out a pro the Broward cemetery nix miles
Around the grave '
j, ,m of economy, the Martin north of here and carried off Where he Is laid. especially invite industrious young men who have formed good ,{,

,,,,i"n'y' hoard of commissioners amretug bricks with which to build stills. We loved him, yes, '
,i ; here: dropped from then were flied with county authorities We loved him. habits and have clean records to tie up with us. If you are in dead earnest .

i. mil the name of C. P. lleuck Mr. today by a group of women livingin But Jesus loved him more- about making the best of your opportunities the friendship of this Bank will t ?
unity agricultural agent. the vicinity of the cemetery The So he called him to yonder shining :

HI. ui-k, had been employed by the delegation told authorities a number shore. 'I' valuable to you. gA

in-mil, for some time. of Knives that had been wall Precious friend thou has left us ;
ed up with brick not only had been And our loss we deeply feel; ",. ,},
Ki>y West Over 1500.000+ dug up and the bricks stolen, But 'tis God who has bereft us. I ,,1 e' I:

,"awflsh a day will be turned out but that hones had been left scat- lie can all our sorrows heal. '

trout the three ]hatcheries of Key: ; tered about the graves The pearly gates swung open a'',1 :1
15. Shell FlHh "
\\VBI about May m gentle voice said- '," ,!1
Commissioner T. H. Hodges announced Jacksonville -- The state's effort Come with farewellsYet Mj:
here. The! state will have i to locate the slayer of Joe unspoken he calmly entered \ 'I

+iwo fisheries In operation and the Hay wood, former deputy sheriff home. ;

gi.viTiitnent. one he Hail! suffered a setback today when Written by a trend { r
Judge DeWltt T. dray of the cr- .-- BANK STARKE t

Tampa Plans for the construction : < ult (court dlschraged from cus- I, IIIKTIIDAY) .\nT" AT I

hero of a $3,500.000 plant to tody. II. D. "Bill" Ogleshy, held l-\Ki: Itl'TI.KK; : {

manufacture; phosphoric acid was '''as the man\ believed to have fired I -- I II A Rclt of Honor Bank' 'p' : 1f{
nmounced today by II. L. !Mead\ the shot that killed the former I Last Saturday night, April 6th, !

Florida manager of the American olllcer. Oglesby's release was after there was a party given at the ,

i t'vunam'd Company, with the pur- he had brought habeas corpus home of Mr. and Mrs.V.. O. RESOURCES OVER HALF A MILLION DOLLARS ,, r p

''lauby the company of 268 proceedings for his freedom. Tom Rymes in Lake Butler !'n honor"ofMrs. ,

on Illllsborough nay seven Identified the driver of Byrnes' sinter Miss Oracle
res Holland. as E. Matthews President R. J. Davis Cashieri\ii :{-; "
miles from the city. the death (car from which the Il Greene of Brooker to celebrate '.
shot that killed llaywood was fired her 18th anniversary.! i > \ '

Tampa Observing his daughiii wire returned to Jail to await The living room was beautifully I lJ ,
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Anne 10 fall Into the water'ltilm I further action by the court. decorated with Dink nasturtiums. ..4i _. _.
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: II Northlngton 50, leaped white lilies and green fern, which
drowned. 000000000.. N000000'I" tud-wornis. Then when the corn to dust again Immediately after lefrlgerallon, It will stop the feedIng -
in in save her and was Gainesville Coming upon I a made the room seem much cooler .,
current took him ; his home I. begins to silk out dust It every the rain Is over. Continue this until of the worms and often actually
A swirling pair of negroes ]leaving At seven o'clock the young/ folks VANDERBILT ;:
down and the girl would have I Thursday Harry Eddy' young assembled together they were meat ,' 4: ids >tae Conner, ('..... three days with lead arsenate. most of I the corn Is Bilked ou't.This kill them, particularly If it I i 1
gene with him had not George P. farmer, of near Waldo shot and the door and welcomed in by I'Ir0000000000000000000000.. Mix the lead arsenate with at least should reduce the number of Is thoroughly pre-cooled.] '; @4 +

)iiilloi Jumped In and saved her. killed one and It is believed the ushers, who were Melba Hea three times Its bulk' of hydrated worms In a near to a mlnnuim. but J. It. WATSON
motored to Jacksonville lime to burning. This cannot hope to rid of them .+ I
wounded the other. The negro Is Hodges of Brooker and Gladys+ Mr. Felix Sapp prevent you get Entomologist. ,
Fort MyersMiss Katherlne: unknown Eddy was released upon Duke of Lake Butler. \ Sunday night. also applies to dusting for bud- I nil even by this strenuous process. Tallahassee Highway No. 19 d' '(

Hosmer daughter of George!: E.Mosmer. a coroner's verdict of Justifiable Games were played and enjoyed Mr. J. C. Alvarez and Mr. William worms. If It rains you will have If the corn Is shipped north underTiba will be completed this year. ..

publisher of a local newspaper homicide. Shortly after leavinghis until ten o'clock then refresh' Sapp was transacting business

was chosen for the Franco-" home to go to work he statedhe ments were served such as cakes, In New Illver Monday.

American exchange scholarship by heard the screams of his wife+ and lemonades. After the refresh I Mr. Clayton Crawford and Roy i

the Institute of International Edulatlon and children running back he saw ments, the young folks assembled Currie of Jacksonville\ were visit

New York City. The scholarxhlp the negro men running from the back into the living room and then ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.L. .

provides for study for the front door and opened fire on the presents were presented to L. Conner Sunday. __

1929-30 season at the hole: Normal them. One fell mortally woundedand Miss Greene which were many) Misses Ida Mae Conner and Ola c ,
at Severes France, the other, believed( also to nice beautiful and useful gifts.'
Mae Alvarez were visiting in New
have been wounded made his es At eleven o'clock the young k&dcF7 (
River Monday
Miami Local Kiwanis club cape. folks reported enjoying a lovely
members are going to say It with evening and then departed to Miss Ida Mae Conner was the JJ4 r

fruit They are to send two car- Pomona The records of ttwoday their homes. guest of Miss Edna Hutto of 'If.1,0",
loads of It to Milwaukee in Juneto inspection tour of the Those who attended from Starke Tuesday night. _

bo presented to members of the newly planted grape vineyards In Brooker were Messrs. Leslie Hoy Mr and Mrs. Clayton Crawford '

KiwanIs InternationAl at the same Putnam county made byV.. J. and Earl Greene Miss Gracie and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cur

time that the Miami club presents I Stover of Frultland" Park, together Greene Mr. and Mrs. Dave Greene fie and Miss Marvel Alvarez of lIDII '.

Its Invitation for the 1930 meeting. I'' with F. K. Knight: and Charles and children Wilson and Madeline Jacksonville, spent Sunday with ti't:

The fruit Is' being placed In cold B.: Harries of the Putnam county Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alvarez.Mr. a r S': i fr ff

storage free of charge by a Mil Grape Growers club, show that the and children and Melba Rea and Mrs J. C. McCormick "

waukee concern. Initiation of this new Industry Into Hodges; those from Lake Butler: and family of Fort White, were !I '

the county is meeting with Miss Dorothy Tlaon Mr. Dana visiting Mrs. McCormick's brother -w ,k,'4t" "

Plant After today's shipments )- The Inspection I Mr. L. L. Conner Sunday. 'I'
City gratifying results. Duke Miss\ Gladys Duke Miss 971 ( rrr "
Joe Dobbs was visiting Ir Irpfa II : ::
of strawberries from the revealed that the percentage of Omega Duke, Messrs. Robert and Mr. '

local f. o. b. market, the total for growth of new plants set out this Joe Greene Mr. and Mrs. Russell friends here Sunday afternoon. "

tho 1928-29 season stood at approximately year is better than nlnety-flve per Parrish and children' Mr. and Misses Ida Mae any Edith' Con Ak r :(
and Joe Dobbs were visitingin ,
4- excellent ner
5,121,000 quarts cent, which Is considered Mrs. T. IT. Parrish and son, Tom;
m: 750 of which moved by rail. and that with but a few ex- those from Dukes: Mr. Garnet Hampton Friday night. ;
Growers have received approximately vineyards are being Mr. William Alvarez was the 't'trS
ceptions the Dukes Robert, Jowell and Leon ., '
$1,235,759.81 for the crop, cared for In fine shape.' Parrleh, Mr. Billy Howard; those guest: of Mr. Carl Sapp of Starke u td iu H-- ', : ralt'fi s'a'crarldFlrne .tl 1. .,,., ', _', ., .

hich figures a net profit of ap- from Palestine: Messrs. T. H. andJ Saturday.

proximately half a million dollars East Palatka--A quiet week-end E. Waters and sister, Loca Mr. Mr. Felix" Sapp and Willie Rogers \r* IMS sA { I
motored to Lake Butler Sat- .
In the d'gglng operations I
Is now Albert Williams of Arcadia and > ,
New E. C. A. Reed fields of this urday afternoon. *. J
Smyrna In the potato Elmer Brannen of Lulu. { ;
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas of HC.H.vr,4c"t'., .,. ... '
recorded -
arraigned In court here during an section with light shipments I _
Invi, stlgatlon Into the drowning In an effort on the part of XKW TAHSEXtiKB SCHEDULES Starke was visiting friends here

of Maurice Popplnhugs, was ordered the growers to uphold the market. Beginning Sunday, Dec. 30th, Sunday. I
held under $1,000 appearance With heavy shipments in transit Seaboard Railway schedules for Mr. Carl Sapp and Elton Coneof t

bond for the next term of during the middle of the week a Starke were posted as fololws: Starke were visiting' friends

ilrcult court at DeLand. Reed curtailment of harvesting was urg- Southbound here Sunday. 4l' 1

Was! charged with celpable negligence ed by leading growers, as the best No. 1-(Local) 10:07: p. m. KKKIMMJ: : WORMS.; OUTOI' a 111 ,1 Illlllr r '

\ In connection with Poppln- method of maintaining the market No. 11-Local( ) 11:48 a. m. UOAHTIM K.IW! ,, I, t
hug's reports place the No. 3-(Limited) 9:44: a. m. (
death. Unofficial
iWmj )J i
district as less than No. 107-(Limited) 1:19 p. m. 60 r
this .
Clewlston More than 100 va crop In cent harvested at this No. 191-(Limited) 11:31: p. m. I am planting several acres to : / '1
thirty per advice Usctcowo
and need
NorthboundNo. sweet corn, your ( \
Holies of sugar cane, collected on time, with the forecast that the regarding how to prevent worms I"'
2-Local( ) 4:41: a. m.
carried overa
his New be
In will\
four months flying trip dggtng?'! season the It havea '
into ears. you :
getting: '
usual this No. 12-Local( ) 3:50: p. m. ; :
Guinea, are to be shipped to the longer period than rayon tux ,
bulletin on growing': packing I j
Limited 8:57 ,
next fact that ship- No. 4-( ) : p. m. w.
Cnlted within the : to the h.
States owing .
year No. 108-(Limited) 6:40 p. m. sweet corn, kindly send me a copy.H. Fla.), FWOR vt.Au I
month and planted at government began to roll approximately I
No. 192-(Limited) arriving O. H., Palatka.We . .. : ,
stations at Washington D. C., and one month earlier. Early esti- 1 ----a---,...,
at here at 5:31 a. m., stops only for
Canal Point, Fla., Dr. E. W. Brand mates place the average: yield the of letting off are sending you a bulletinon A FRENCH TYPE OOTT.UJK: 'from the latter without passing The specification provide for a "
purpose passen-
chief pathologist for the department around forty barrels to the acre from the East Coast. truck and garden Insects which (By R. C. Hunter & Bro Archts., through any of the living rooms. warm air furnace, complete g r.
of gers
of agriculture, announced which is slightly under This that aver- Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, (Orange Blossoms will give you recommendationsfor New York.) On the second floor the dressing plumbing and electric work. i i

tOday. I some previous years. heavier limited trains) do not stop treating these insects. We suggest This little cottage carries a'i' room with large closets Is a Hardwood floors and first-class "
age may be Increased by In Starke. the following procedure: In strong appeal for those who wantan real convenience. It connects directly trim and finish are provided !

Fort Lauderdale The carcass yields In acreage.to be dug. AVannre Branch the first place fertilize! your corn attractive small home that Is with the bath room. throughout. r '

j"f a 46-foot whale of a species un- progressIng -for erectionof No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m. liberally so that It will make very not expensive to build. :. The house Is of frame construction A cellar In provided and here
familiar In southern waters, was Plans small. Is with stucco finish but has la located the heater the laundryand vE
canning factory at Tar- No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: p. rapid growth. In other words, try The house, though tt .l
j found on Deerfield beach here $60,000 m. to make the corn grow faster than complete III every detail. From brick trim to give character to the coal bin. ,

I today The body apparently had pon Springs. nationally) Blue Bus Lines the worms so that, at market time, the vestibule one enters the Civ- front. This! house should have a lot II' h
Washed Into shoal water at high Crane manufacturers\ of plumbing Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:53: the worms, will be small and will Ing room and a pleasing effect t Is I Steel casement windows Insure with a frontage of fifty feet to f'

tide this morning. Sharks were known will\ build four-story build a. m., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:58p. : not have had time to seriously dIsfigure found In the arrangement of the 'lasting satisfaction on the vitalpoint give it a proper setting
I swimming! in the surf and: attacking fixtures Jacksonville\ to house Flor- m. the ears. Then by dusting fireplace, the dining alcove and the : of weather tightness and Complete working plans and
the body. Two local men ing at of organization.Lake Southbound-9:37 a. m., 12:07: with lead arsenate when the corn open terrace. The stairway which I comfort. specifications may be> obtained ,

armed with high powered rifles, ida headquarters Worth Cafeteria established m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50p. : Is about knee high, you can kill also connects with.the 'kitohen allows The bath room Is tiled and hasa for a nominal sum from tbe build- r. ,

had killed 25 sharks at noon today local high school. m. the first brood which works as access to the second flooi" built In tub. Inc' editor. Refer to house A-165. .
and had not entirely routed at ] 1k,.{ta oj'

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--- -- - -- - $$2:1741.-: from foot $2.4741 ; se- Lots C slid' t> Block 24 i I" .
:SlltH. II. '. WALL GIVES r itftV coat front ft. HO.'ui ft., pout per '"
( Sunday near Macclenny the guests ; per I'll 1 lien $173.I I ll 1176 ft. on Water at. J.hi1.Starhe.FrOflt nr
oil 1 by lion., IGlfl.SB.Kluiliv 'ii r >V '*' .
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nntJJa \1TY of Mr. and Mrs. \V. 11. Kersey. I''. K.Lota .- Mltchrll. Lai-Ill" footage 11 1 ,
In Dowl- Two |lots In OinkHey'H Add. to 1)Pi front ft. $2.4741: ; scour, ,.j 'I'i''IJ290.70.
6. 11. 7, 8, Illork 1, h1I'ruia.IP ''
MOHBTH. L. M. Murrhee and Lacy 'b
M. L. Johns
Ktarkn, fronting; on Klarkti, hininilml M. by
AUJ. to
Mrs. H. C. Wall was hostess to Norman, were business visitors to MnillHun Inl,( Htroi-t. ,fi2.5 ft. path lot. 29-! //oJ. hy !\IlId IHon..t \V. by land, of Itt rs.thta .. 1nOne -
( > tper and N. by Panon. Froritln acre 106 ft. N. and I.,
ocietYA her brdge: club Wednesday afternoon Starke Saturday.Mrs. ti-82.-Kiont footngra 210. :'hy i o Front ft. B. and W. In HW
front, ;, tt. $24741: I ; "., Hun 70 ft. on MadlHon at. 28-0-22.- cor or :\ 1,0
at her home on Cherry Mary Reddish Is spendinga J513.GU. lootnire. 70 ft.: cont per front foot HKW' '\ fronting I 105 ft. on W", I "I 1
$24741.; ....<..uiud by lien $173.19.: mid one acre, lOG ft. N. ami ,sIt ;, .
street.A few days with relatives at Wa "Krmnnn Ditlr- Aridtn Ji hnM.. '91. !,*- W. and W. In NW .'"... ?, I\,IJ
Lot 6 of I 111k. 13 In nankins' teroak. ,
variety of old( fashIoned gar- Blailu-. I 1 3 5.U ft. on Titi ll-I '
fronting byV.. It. HayiH-H N. bv J.V.. An 1..1. I til Sturko--Front foc.i..," ,
den flowers were used In profusionIn Mr. Dry Reddish of Wateroak min Mt(. 29 1-0-2 2.--'roiil I fnotuBi1 I Ufift : ilri-WH and S..n.V.. by SchnlTer, anj i ft. ; cnst per front ft. 12.4741ed t 1. 1 1I
: I V.'
:MKMOIU.M: n.1.XmWlSfS: front ft. $2.4741 ; ocur- III.J
RlltS. N. NTKKMtKHUKNTKUTAINS: ; cent per MadlHon. Ht. In C'ookaoy'H Add I \ bY lien $603.40.
the living room, where tables was a visitor here Sunday. .. .00.l bv
\VIII DEl) AllH.lNCnCD .I bv lien $334: Starke. Fronting 120 ft. on !Mud I- NtertilierH, natIteginning -
> were spread for play. Messrs. Darby and Wade (Gask ,>lllnu...<.rll.>, Ih.zie.l I.e.y. Annlrllnr. to 2H-6,22-I"l'onl footawe 120 40 ft. H nf ,,
I OIC BU.. 1>. C. 11n1l., llMllr, Orll'l Hon HI. 11, I",
t' ) ThiinuiH
# front ft. 2.4741 ; suuuredbv whirl IH I 105 ft. S. of II,, ". 1"I
Ins and Leeman Norman were visttors ft.; flint per ,
Prizes were awarded to high and .. "
: .N9.Mldillrloil of 8WV. of SKVi" and nin. ,;
: Members of the afternoon bridge< Lol"7oTnik. lakl'ls' Add. lien $290 "I' i
to Jacksonville Monday'after- 13 In ( ... It. M, :SM5 ft N. 110 ft. 'Ii
observed low scores. Mrs. N. I). Wainwright ,.l.uilH n'. K. I 'V. Ji I I"I
: -
Tho :20th! of April Is tu Starkc', fronting I 102.0( fl. on MadlHOII I"
: club were entertained by Mrs. N, Two lots fr..nllnlIUO ft. on liciriiinlnur Fronting 112 SHt <.," 1\
and Mrs. H. C. Rltch noon. 2'! -6-Z3. Front fool ago I'
were <>n Ht. 100 ft. bounded, Hby In I Starkm.-Front fn"I-t1 ,
,. N.
the South as Memorial I t. and run : ;(
all front ft. $2.4741 ;
,4 : Sternberg at her home Thursday: over the wnners.! Mr. Charlie Gasklna of Doctor'sInlet 103.Iout( ; per I Mad isoil J N. by coat front ft. $2.474))I.
,, lion. $252.30. V.11A :rr. tn.rtH" ln1.e: "I) 'I
spiMirvd by
Day, and the local Chapter U. I). An Ice course was served the spent Sunday afternoon here llolllnicoxorlh 1.1..1 lr- hind: of J. \ Wbv l,v $223.85.
afternoon. Ailil. Innd, of M. L. Johnn. In Cookaey'HAd. Ilii'ace. ((. I--
for exercises to with friends and relatives. Lot 8 of Hlofli 13 In Unsklnn' footiiwa One Acre In N.V..
flowers. In C. are arranging players after the games. fronting C2.C ft. on Mad I- to Starko. oorof "f'I\
of sprliig tn btnrke :
Quantities I 100* ft. cont per front ft. $2.4741 ; 8U14' \ fronting 925 ft. ,",," 1ot. '
Albert and Rocellle Sweat spent 62.5 ; \
nasturtiums sweet be held here on Friday, the 26th Those Invited! were: Mrs. N. D.Walnwright .on Kt. 29-6-22-rront ft. fonlll1l'8.necurby HeiMii-pil. by Hen $247.41.U..I..t..r. : In ,IAI'lce., 28-6-22.-1, ,,,",, i I'",, ','
front ;
eluding roses the week-end at Ral ford with the.'rmother : ft. ; cost p 'r 12.5) ft. rout m-i-
Mrs. L. 1'Smith, FrrentiinWest niro ; ft 5
at the high "! I Hen. 'J211.89.! S.'stinl: : 7ii'
Inst., at two-flfleen II In Illlc. 19 orlir V .nred' by l lien $
& peas and larksvur were arrangedIn Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Mrs. J. A. Saul. Mrs. Rosa Sweat. !itlllllll! ..tlM, J. L.tuna .- In NW cor.'f town of unIt Hlarke.of. lot Fronting B2.5 ft. 01 1t.1......*...... A. \V.Ilortip .-

the solarium where two tabIest school auditorium. Mrs. Paul Canova Mrs. D. A. Mr. and Mrs. Lack Norman entertained AII..IJ..olI. lot I 106 and It. Hanaro Orange ..I.| .. In !MiidlHi M.-Front footimrii 52.0 ft.; Kite 21)5 ft. Hfinnic ," ,.,1" k
will be pleasing pro number of their Front footage lea; i-oHt pnr front foot $2.4741 ; secured It 'ltv I'nrk Hub. Wealheilv, ,\ VAu1l. ,
There a -6-2i.
: t were placed for auction bridge. Montleth and Mrs. Geo. F. Flynn. a Stnrka. 2 secured hv Hen $129.89.hui'iu mitn'H tooHIlI'I/ ,,,. .. V '

i, At the conclusion of the play gram of Instrumental and vocal S friends Saturday night, serving Ice it. I'ont lion l.t.I2C9.7J front) ft. $2.4741 ; | 1.. A. .'.Irl Front. fuotngw: 293.0 ft. ; ,'." t ",'
iTKUT.INKDThe : : cake. Those l.v, llunlln. III........ Lot 7 und Kant: half of lot8 In $2.4741; ecuied i J. ,
h'gh prize was awarded Mrs.V.. address (2. 01' e.1f ARK cream and home-made I. <.<.r, Inr), l-'liim, I l-'ront- 72 ..tB6t. 'I'
; music together with an ... .... AIIIlM, U'IlStb Illk. 1 19 orlsr. town of Stark $
b..I. llotpr ( .r. .
I' with Mr. and : .t.-Irronl *. ,,_
this affair 4 I
M. Walnwrlght and second high: enjoying luir 157.5 fl. on' MudlHon jirmain.
was presented to Miss Mabel Wei' by Rev. L. W. Klckllter! a veteranof C. of C.'s were entertainedby Mrs. Norman Included Mr. and lln..:, I 2.C J."4'.t'lnAk'::: I I. Powllnsr's I II Piii.liiKO 1B75 ft.; cost per front. footJ2.47I1 Jot. 16 Idle. a. Fronting i tO<". rWnter '''II'
aocuri'd by lien $389.87.Mdinihiril nt 'Ity Hark Rub \ .
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lot frontliiK I
Rtarlie.' Kadi
I iiil I lo
ler. the sixties( --the complete pro- Misses; Sarah Hope and Georgia Mrs. L. M. Murrhpe and family. :.2.;, fl. "0 ':JludlMon. Ht.. 29-6-22.-- "' Oil fo.Kriutlonal .- nnd <"nrmen'n Add. to Stnil 'V'
r will in next week's .. ukeraon I ft. Cost front part 'of lotS. 3 and 4 In I Ing Kin(' ft. on Wntnr Ht.- i Fi" Vzig.
Mrs. Sternberg served the players gram appear Katherlne Haynes at their Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kront foot ait" SHI : per ; : of Slarko .
100 ft. coat fruit
mod, by Hull $518.6G. block 2$. orlif. town ; per fi'
with delicious strawberry shortcake Telegraph.The home Thursday afternoon at and son and Mr. Roy Or'm?. it llri.$2.4741... ii. Ailill; MM,14' I._ FrontInw 70 ft. on !MndlHiin* Ht. 3.$-11- <'iii
    V the local chap of Or- 22. Front. footage, 70 ft.; font PIT ))0.Sr. 'J i.rire. Flump, liiillii,
    of the NK cor. --
    president Russell ) at MIM.
    r and tea. 3:30: o'clock. Mr. Walter Lee of was a ( ''l1In..n.-)1I1( .1 .
    ctu .
    i. ; mxl, I MudlHcin KIH., and mil N. front ft. 2.4741 I ; Hecured by lien (MeHInVlilNtnnnl.' AMI.. I,,."rFrncllonnl .
    The guests were: Mrs. O. L., ter has appointed the following A variety of bright hued spring visitor here Sunday. unMTt 105 ft 11. 85 ft. :H I I 106 ft. to MildlHOilHt. $173.19. Mnr>;. Ii his'.:. ii hpl.-..
    committees: K. Parrlsli the Ib'nl'V., on said street 74 ft. lo "....nt. fJ. 1'. nu.l fl. N.- I Lota A At H \ -1< .
    Beasley Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. were attractively arranged Mr. John !spent! .. and ( heViHt '
    bi'g-lnnliDT, In j/I, ILl'I" 2M-U-22.-Jo'ront The kIi..J. k 2. Frntliifr 107.2 ft. on Wiitci, si l i, i,,, ,
    W. \Valnwrlght.. Mrs. J. E. Decoration : Miss Lucille Mitchell throughout the home on the occasion. week-end with relatives In Union f.tnKt74 ft.. cost per front ft. \ half: ."aUolll 21. Kront- Add, to Slarke Front fri' V "
    chairman Miss Florence Matthews $ .474I ,.oIhroc! by lien $183.0!) lOg 87.5 ft. on !MudlHon. Ht. original ft. ; eont i',.'' ,front ft. $2,471)I ) .4" j,
    \ Corpcntng:, Mrs. J. C. Robinson,, The absence of the director county.A 110.'... 12.: \V'oflInieiIciiIg- ( own of I-Itllrlo.-I"l'ont footawe* 87.5 "V 1 lien $265 9. V ''
    Mrs. t,. Wymnn Mrs. A. S. Crews Mrs. O. 1.,. Ilaynes M'BB Mrs. Geo. Roberts of Law- much needed shower of rain fell ( 74 ft. K. of NR: cor. ft., cost i I''r front ft. 2.4741 I ; aocuredhv I'nee, ('1...... IFrnctl \-

    u and Miss Mabel Weller. Madge: Mlddleton Miss Ethel Grlf tey, Mrs. L. A. Davis acted as here Sunday night and Monday. of OrniiKo" and! MadlHon el.. and. run Hen $210.48.' 11 \ Hint 2 Lots C Wni'i& n .. I'. ,: ,._
    1 :0<. I 105 ft. K. 86 ft. H. 105. ft., to x,,'ent. ... ( .. 4' nnil II Fronting 107 ft. on V
    fin and Miss Olive Ray. leader for the afternoon at which: I The farmers can now set sweet MrtdlHon\ ..t. thoncoV.. on Haid ..t. 74 The Uuat: half of lot 1. Shock 28. Add, tol'll\.ke.-T"rnnl! ,.,;,..,,;,, ,,:,:. :
    t' MKS. O. J. ( K1FF1NKNTKUTAINS Cemetery Committee: Mrs. S. time several interesting ft. to l i'KlnnlnK In /Sturke., 2S. -22. I Fronting, 625 ft. on Maillnon Ht. orlw. ft. coat PT front ft. 32.47.11 I. '. ''II', ,j
    papers potatoes.
    I -Front footage 74 ft.; coat per frontft. town of St..rke.'ront footaica bv Hen $2(15.22.
    : : E. Brownlee Mrs. J. M. Drown lee, were read. 12 4741 : Hrctired. by lien $183.08. 52.B ft. : cost per front ft. 2.4741 : Jiiblin.. .,. II.1"racti'nal_

    . !Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Mrs. W. L. The hostess served delicious 1 Tampa bay will become the !..t>lulit. f. .\.- Hi-i-ured by lien $12 \, K. nail j.pLot lllnck :.in.* Fronting 21
    Month hull I of 1 A YOllnl( A'lil. to 'IS I n I.
    A dellc'om dinner was given to Wall and Mrs. Paul K.: Canova. Sr. fruit punch and cake to seventeen scene of an International regatta; Storks boundcil N. by Call ...t.V.. by 2 In Block 27. original town of Water at. Johna. Add to Slink."n__

    the Y.V.. A. girls at the home All school children are request guests. next year with the completion of lund of Keymilil'M' S. by MadlHon H.anil Starke. Fronting 105 ft. on Madison Front footage 2135 ft. coat n."T r, "lit
    12. by Krondwuy Ht. Fronting Ht. 28622.Front footage 1U5! ft.; $2.Utl ; Recnred by lien $r.21. ':
    4' of Mrs. O. J. Grlflln Thursday eve ed to bring flowers tied In bunchesto p plans for an ocean sailing race 200 ft. on MiidlHon Ht. 28-6-22. coat. per, front ft. $2.4741; secured by THKKRFOnrc.: you and eaihVr, ""11

    ning at 6:30: o'clock. the school building on Friday C.MiK AND CAMIY "HALH: being arranged by a committee appoInted Front footage r 200 ft.; cost per front Hen $269.78. .. naitivil abova or any perxon. rumcnip I "r
    ft 12.4741 ; Hovurad. by lien $494.82. Nen'ionril Air Line llnllwny iratlon and all properly ."a nerR
    Beautiful spring flowers were morning, the 26th Inst., and same at the recent conclusionof I llrllirrtfrr Ida J.Fractional .- UlKht-a-way fronting 58 ft on interested In Riild ftMMO5uiiVIIt i t lt
    I attractively arranged on the tables will be used to decorate the gravesof The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. the Pan-American regatta at ) lot A of Block 2 each the North and (South aide of above net forth will take notl! ,. th',
    / 'Vynn'.. Add. to Starkn fronting 105 Mndlmm Ht. original town of Starke. the City Council of the where dinner was served and the veterans. Committee to D. C., will hold a cake and candy Havana It Is announced by Commodore ft. on Mini I.son vt.-Front" footage Front footage 112 ft.; cost per tnrlte, will meet an An | ( ,,"

    throughout the home. Assisting receive flowers : Miss Olive Ray, sale next Saturday afternoon the C. F. Irsch of Tampa. Mr. 105 ft.; COHI per front ft. $2.4741 ; secured front ft. $2.4741 ; secured. by lien board on ]May 7th. A. I>. 1'iaV! n", 'if,
    bv Hen $259.78. 27710. City Council Hall In 8Ia"k. .
    |I.'i; ,
    ll i Mrs. Griffin was Mrs. G. W. Alder- Madge Mlddleton, Ethel Griffin 20th Inst.. beginning at two-thirty Irsch, who was official starter at (.r....., II. A.- joiiVM, llnnlla K,- Ida at sight l o'clock ISI... i I", i."."
    I C. White and Mrs. By- at the Quality Shop corner North said the race Lot 1 of Block 2. Wynn'a Add. to Lot H, Bloc) 20. Fronting 105 ft. any complaint, with refercm, ,. tn
    Oeo. Havana regatta
    I Mrs. the
    man.During sturke.. fronting; 105 ft. on MadlaonHt. on Madison. Ht. original town of said assessment anil at the ',, ."
    ft the evening a program nuni Perkins. Walnut and Call streets.THERESSA. will be from Tampa Bay to Ha- .-Front footage 105 ft.; cost .....1'fl'.nt !Starke. 28-6-22. Front footane tintS> and place will equalize, nil 1 "ft.
    led by Miss Ethel Morro ft. $2.4741;. $259.78.lpi.rejst 105 ft. ; coat per front ft. $2.4741: ; nally approve and con Him t th<. ,.m,.
    "Giving. at
    finish line -
    on with the
    vana, HPcured H" $259.78.VoodhrlilKe. .
    II. l- by n C. F. H0ii\i I. '
    Griffin was enjoyed. Miss Mildred WOMAN'SM.TI: <>!" HT.tKKK) ............. .......... Castle. This will be participated : -I Lot 1 of Illock. 1. In Wynn'a Add. I \ ('bn... <>._ Chili1. ,,", ,:..
    Task" accompaniedby IIONOIl I'\ST I'HKSIDKNTS .. to Hlarkj-: Fronllnx 105 tt. on lluiii- Lot 7, Itlock 21, original town of C. A. FUTCTt.
    'c' GUI sang "My in by vessels from Tampa St. son Ht.-Frunt footage 105 ft.; cost Starke frontliiK 105 ft. on !MadlHonMt. ('I'rk 41_ 'I 1', i !'
    Miss Grlffln.! Mrs. George C. 2 : Petersburg Havana and Sarasota. >er front ft. $a.4HI ; secured by lien .-Front footase 105! ft.; coat per V

    White gave an Interesting discussion The Woman's Club of Starke, Miss Itboda Zdgler Cor. .- -- ,250.78.L front .ft. $2.4741 aecured by lie"$2.9.7S.
    41P' 1( lilimoil. J. tVI'oinniciiciiiK I
    on the "Mln'stry) : of Women." held their regular meeting at the South Brevard Co-operative As- : at a Stake or ditch (11,. or MlnrkeVij For )
    Besides the regular Y. W. A. Clubhouse Wednesday afternoon, y ...................... sociation recently met at Malabarto where MndfHim f.t. und, Hitld, dilchonncct \ of l-.t |I. niork I O.7KI; FrontIng Monuments
    iz' and run :8. on wnlil ditch 52.C fi. on MndlHon at. townof 1\'rk'I'H.
    members enjoying this affair at 3 o'clock. Mr. Rons Norton of Clearwater adopt charter and perfect or .:30 ft. T.:. 105 ft. N. 98 ft. W. 36 ft. I Htarki. -Front footage 52.5 ft.; Cajilnjj or lull'
    and Tho presidents of the Wom 'V 234 ft. to MiullHon Ht. thence W, i pout per front ft. 2.4741 : aecuiuil byleiiiidvr. khcli) of CPfli't4.i3'\ work iinill.iwii
    Claudia! Gllchrist past of last week with ganization. ,
    Miss Thursday
    W'kj.' ; were: pent i ,, 70 ft. to beglnninir In NWV4 t of SW I I4 SI29.9.! ,
    1Jr s Ruby nyal of Tampa.HhlL'rlLD.v an's Club, where honored at this his mother at the home of Mr. and '/ In btaiUa. 2"-il-22.-Front foutuKe. .\ I,. II. und I.nkry. Fred. mil ?? III',
    meeting were: )Mrs.. Ella: LaFron- !n eric.Ii, iLl It.; cost per front ft. $2.4741; uatirid K'j: of 'll\hlli 1 Itlock 21.* Fronting' svritc-
    Mrs. Clyde Hall. bv II..... II 73.1U. 526 ft. on at. orlwlnnl! town,
    ) .\IH \ 11sfioe Hamllton-narco, of St. Petersburg Mr. II. E. Moorer was In this Will:IinAS. the City COlln'II.of* n..,.-.., N.: \vI'oniniuncintf_ of Starke.-Frunt footage 525 ft. ; Tlc Gainesville
    at the SW cor. of coat pi-r fr .nt foot $2.4711 I aciuivilbv .
    Mrs. H. C. Richard, of the City of Sturlco riax, by proper
    r ; action last Thursday. resolution uetermhipil to pave wlilMI :a tad lsn and Hay HtH. nnd run S. lien $129.S9.
    Mrs. W. F. Mott entertained Palatka; Mrs. K. S. Matthews Miss Hilda. Sullivan spent last and uthvrwlne I Improve' ..",.tlL.nnlrecln 2.101.; ft. W. 203 ft. N. 238 ft. to Madl- I......., I'hnM. PW Memorial Company
    ,. with a party Tuesday afternoon" at Mrs. A. M. Darby !Mrs. R. A. In the City of Stuike and ron Ht.. thcncu K. on. walil ..t. 2U.I ft. 'I", of lot 2 Block 25 frontIng Box 232
    Thursday night In Brooker with iiHKi'SM the costS. thereof, aftalimt the t o. liPKliinlnK." 28-U-22.-Front foot- .126 ft. on Madlaon Ht. oriKlnnl tuwn
    her home on Ninth and ChuI'chstreets Weeks, Mrs. J. R. Italian. Whittier her friend Miss Lorena Green-s. properly abutting(:. adjoining and .1 BI- 203 ft V (-out per trout ft. 2.4741; of Sturlcp.--Frunt footage 52.5 ft.; ( iuIesvihIc, i'li.
    from E o'clock until 6 Mrs. 'V.I-:. Mlddleton, I c'cuillKUoiiH said Htrovty. and allow i ni'oil by lien $502.24.iliinlM punt, per front ft. $2.4741 ; secured by
    Col. : Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullvan! and the owner \vlui cle.'lre the .: ..J.'i'I.oglnuiiiig .._ Hen U 29.M9.! "Builders of EverlantirMemorials. ) ;
    o'clock In honor of her daughter Mrs. N. Wainwright and Mrs.J. 1 sons, Percy and Felix, spent last ,,' IWolrtr paying for, the Maine In I / u.t NW cor. of Hay and )91..rgi. a. t Ida 'V.- ."
    : Dorothy. and son, Paul, who celebrated I Ton e'lual, annual: ItiHtnllnientH. of IndlHon MIX. and run N. 105 ft. W. Lot 1 and. HI.' of lot ". niock :'frFrontlnif > I
    11. Ritch. week-end l In Jasper with Mrs. Sul- one-tenth "'each the llrwt to be paid :30 ft. to iTomlway', ..t. S on eald .tit. 157.5 ft. on Madison .t.
    r together their tenth and Mrs. O. M. Inman. president of I[ llvana parents Ivlr. and Mrs. (I. within thirty day after the completion I lOG ft. MiKliHon! "" thence 1 oJ. on original town of Stin'ki'.-Front, I
    eighth birthdays. thereof and the other nine V,ild Ht. S03 ft. to !leg. 28-8-22. t'oiage 137.5 ft.; cost per' front ft.
    the club gave: nn Interest ng report M. Bennett. Mrs. Bennett ac- to bu paid In nine equal annual In- "' 302 ; per front 2.4741 : Hccurod by lien 38967.
    ,' ; ;) A number of Interesting games of the Florida Federation ofWomen's compannied them home Sunday HtaUmentM I I 1 I and hah caiiHed. the followIng :t.::0*1174't'I I cnr' .P'r.ion[ ,, $747.18. .,........, I). I'.-
    and contest were enjoyed during Club held at Daytona I, aMHeHBnivnt roll to be "proivir.i Lord. J. II. nail -;:'II.HM Lot 8. Ulm-U 22. FrontInfj I 10S: ft. on
    afternoon.Mr. i, IIM, |iruvlil<1..11 for by law TO-W1T: I'ommt'iiclnK, tit SK cor. of MadIson MudiHon ..t. original town of Starke.
    4'f : ; the afternoon by the young talks, Beach a short time ayo. I and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and )Mnillxnii Klrrrt ( llrtnrrnVf..l City and May HtH. and run S. on ttnyst. Fiont fontnprn106 ft.r[ cost per
    at the conclusion of which the successful addressto I.lmlo mill \\ a..'r "Street. ) t. 134: Ct. I.;, 80 ft. N. 132 ft. to Maill- front ft. $2.47: II; Huuured by* lieu
    The president made an son Othma spent last Sunday In r>e..urlptlon* Hin 't. thence \V. on !Madiaon. Ht. 64 $2611; 79.I.iIiililM.
    contestants were presented the past presidents who wore with Mrs. Sullivan's Ilittlx. Ice 1'irrjmiin- It. to be (. In NW cor. of J. U. Al- )l1r... II. K._
    Hampton sister
    gifts winning -I That certain! parcel uf land lyingIn \-are*' runldnnce Hlouk In Starke. 28- L.it. 7 of Illiick 22. Fronting 105
    ? with appropriate presented with shoulder bouquets Mrs. J. J. Brannen and tamil the NW Con of the NKVi of the 11-22. Fronting IDS ft. on Madluon at. r*.n'! ;,f"dIH..n Ht.. original town of
    the prizes were Clarice Gill, and Ly the ushers Vonda. Inman and '. Si-Hi of Section 29-6-23 being 384 ft. front ft. 2.4741 ; secured by lien 't.tI'k"-I".nl. footage ins ft.; ('1,51I
    ) N At and extending 12 from tho ection $158.34. >' frnn t ft. $2.4741 ; aecqiud by Hen
    ; J. n. tjl1cox. Lllllnn Sternberg, as a token for Mr. and Mrs. J. Cart reason and 81 line dividing t lie; SIC'! }, from .t nil rend, J. \v. Jr_ n2 9.78.

    At 5:3: the guests were Invited their servlrea. Responding to children of the Sf'of .....Ie'I. Ion x -li-22 to ;:.UXj Acrm In I NWU of 8W 1 3 of (Vii,. of KtnrkrLots ,
    tr V Keystone Heights were the vest edge Westmoreland Ht. MiuliMon at. known, an. J. U. Alvarez'rwKldonco 7 and 8, Block 23, Fronting
    :' : ,4r V into the dinning room to light the this address were Mrs. W. E. Mld visitIng Mrs. Cartresson's parents
    tV candles on two lovely birthday! dleton and )Mrs. K. A. Weeks. )Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Swindell! Ht.-Kront footage, BOI.O; contper lot. In N i W cur Hulil to .1. L. 1'eek. 28- >f Starlm.! -F-ont ("olawe 214 ft. :
    last front ft. 12.4741, secured by lien -- Front foot196, ft.; cost per co..t per front ft. 2.1741 ; secured by
    V4 cakes and to make wishes.! I )Mrs. It. A. Weeks gave a splen- Sunday.Mr. $I 2311.63. front\ foot 24741; aecured by lien I 1"1 ,629.86.

    V V The little guests! enjoyed an Ice the club anil Its work Illltln. I.. .\. ..llVrCommencing U .J.D2. U..o..r. f*. !.'.-.. .
    did report on .
    and Mrs. Robert .
    :, Dickinsonand .it the SW cor. of .uniK. i.J.nrj.Fractiuintl: Lot 2, Illock :24, fronting 105! ft. on
    -'A course served by Mrs. Mott, Mrs : for the past twenty-three years. baby Misses Mary Lee and Madlxon and Myrtle ..t..., and runV part of resIdence I51k Madison) Street original town of
    V V V Louise Brown, Mss! Lena Prather The article will be published af an on MndlMon lOt. 210 ft. N. 334 ft. In Starke bounded N. by Madison. at :.tark...-Fiont footau 10B ft.; cost
    Bernlce Richardson of Gainesville M. :HO ft. to 1.1).11. ft. thence H. I':. by Ad.iniH Ht. S. by Lafayette and f'no I foot 2'4711 ; secured by
    t and Miss Elizabeth Williams. early date.IIII'll. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. thong Maid Ht. to beginning." Al"o lot J v. by "'. Fractional purl flouting. lien $ !'. .
    Many nice gifts were received Mlddleton Mrs. R. 4 and lot 3, fIockI 1716 ft. on MidlHon: 8t. 28-6-22. I-hui'I.nIlui II.._
    W. E. : / nl.r.oo
    Dickinson last Sunday.Mr. 4 In ;laokltin Starke. TotalfronlaKe Front footage 171.5 ft. cost per front W. 50 It. of lot I Block 21. Front-
    by the honor guests from theirfrll'nds. A. Weeks and Mrs, N. D. Waln- and Mrs. M. W. Lee and 467.1ft on Madison ..t. 29- rut, $24741 ; aecuied by Hen $42..3 J.. 'riff 60 ft. on Madison .Ht. original
    \VV/i. of their ad- tl-22.-Front footage 457.fi; coSt front I." Ig.tu.. ? i wright gave a report children! and Mrs. Lee's father ft. f'J.4741; vncured by lien 11131.1/0./ On lot fronting- on Madison Ht. ; ft. |2'47IJ : secured
    lVv: Those Invited were: Carol White" ministration. Mrs. J, H. Rltch's Mr. James Phillips turn, i.i: lnnr were visitingin 1.01".1 and 2, Block 1. In Oa..kln'\ toy l.alla I H. ('has..'.. property In Klckllter..I. Ij'. .'r.- )
    Dorothy While Margaret Pierce .. R. A.
    report being given by .rs. Lawtey last: Sunday. ,dd. to Starke, fronting 418 ft. on !Staike., --Front footage 120 ft.; Cost West. 65 ft. of lot 1 and tutu A and
    Edna Pierce, Ruby Silcox, Doris Weeks. Messages were read from Rev. J. Mullaiiy of Jacksonville !M.icilHon Ht. 211-6-22.-Jo'ront footage lien STi'l'si foot 2'41; secured by '5 "? Hlofk :SI. Fronting 233: ft. on
    41K: cont per front ft. 42.4741; "ocuri'd Madison and Water ata
    SHcox Bessie Varnes Arsula Mrs. II. C. Richard and Mrs. Hal- preached a very Interesting 'sermon hv lien 11034_17.llolxemlorr. '. I linxr, l.nCii: 11|_ I ,f Htarke and Johnn' Add. to /Ktarke.town
    V Juanlta Barefoot Glorla : :ii.-f': tt V. <<. I l I.nt In CuokHey'a Addition Front sqO1yD
    VV Tompkins, ligan. at tht Christian church here' < to footage :UI: : ft.; cost per
    Commencing 210 ft. W. of the SW Strake f.. 0 II t1 n fir Northon front foot $2.1741 ; secured. by lien,
    Johns Clarice Gill, Margaret A poem to the past presidentswas last! Sunday-:! afternoon. We were Cor. of I\h\lllHon[ and Myrtle ..t..., and Call Ht. SO ft. I': ir.l WVii-" 57d.n.
    Williams, Tommie !Itltch N. T. I read by Mrs. L. A. Davis and to runVV. 210 ft. \Ventmnrvland. 81., .. ''Uth 210 ft. to Madison at. E. 70 \rt liter Street I'etneril MndlMon. JIlt. I 'Ufl(1
    ; glad see so many out and hope thence H. on Haiti st. tilt: ft. 10. 210( ft '. N. 105 M. 13 ft. North 105 I U. to ninl l.uurn It.!
    !Ultch Klbert< Edwards, Prescott two piano numbers were given by they all will continue. N. 420 Ct. to beg. ami Jenlgnated' on C'nllt. In Stnrke.-Front footnarn 70 Tlim| leyell" II11fl1fl'x8.

    O'll J. B. Slkox, Vernon Silcox. I !Miss Louise Thede of Lawtey (a) map of (lunkln-H. Add to Sharks an. I .
    Th farmers of our section are "Clark 2 A Blk." 29-0-22.-B'ront _...'.._- nn______ .'___._h__.___--.-_---._- ._-- .__. .
    George S Icox, Oliver Hutto., Ed- Springs Song by Lleblln: ; (b) gathering quite a number of footage' 210 ftg; cost per front foot : I I

    win Williams MarIon Williams of Autumn by Williams. $2.4741 ; Heciiroj by llfn $519.Sd. .
    Song beans. We hope they will .
    continue lliiltxriKlorf. II. ( Jt (. M.- 1'REiV
    Tillman Hutto, and Wilbur Mott Hostesses were: Mesdames S. L. so and bring good prices Commencing at HW: cor. of !Madison V I /
    and .
    Jr. Freeman Register J. A. I Myrtle tttB. and run S. on
    V Peek- because they are nice nourishingfood. Myrtle HI. 210 ft. W. 210! ft. N. 210 ft. V
    Saul I, 1<'. F. Stump John Uglow Madison: 8\, thence IJ. on HUM sl. V ':t 'tV' :
    JJU(1: Ul.l: IL.\NQL ETV : 210 ft. to beg. In Clank Inn' Add. to
    N. D. Walnw rIght.
    W. A. Stern Shipping season has opened up atHrke. 29SFl'nllt: fnotnge' 210

    V X The Woman's Club was the )Misses Carrie Uglow and Mabel with full force again with beans r-r -

    scene of a very unique and delightf Weller. -- and ,strawberries grown by our and busy other farmers.produce ;Q-( f //7E; j,; .

    l affair of Tuesday evening wasa ,\FTKH.OOCLl'H \ UItWI': i
    V balloon banquet given the Ep- MKKTH Mr. S. R. Swindell and son. Jim-! "SAY IT WITHFLOWERS" I.

    : V : worth Leaguers by the Woman's mle were business visitors to t- : 'n4- LzQ
    Starke Tuesday tw
    $4.V Missionary Society. Sweet peas and other garden
    V J. Cartresson of :
    ._ V;% V Spring flowers and balloons In flowers were simply but effectively Keystone
    Heights In
    : : V varied colors were used In profusion used In the home of Mrs. W. M. Tuesday. Flowers] of every kind

    In the spacious club rooms I Wainwright, Wednesday afternoon BOOTSKY-S: : BEACH" for every occasion ; also ..'

    where the tables were arranged. when she entertained the afternoon :
    ________ V baskets and tulle.] )_ : ,
    V A delightful course winner was bridge club. Misses Beadle Geneva Bertlce

    served by Mesdames( Rooks Anderson After several progressions of and Darby Gasklns were visitorsto I
    I Mrs. N. D. Wainwright: _
    Adktns Weeks Halle bridge, Mrs. J. E. CorpenIng and I, Starke Saturday afternoon.

    ? V V White Ilaynes and Mrs. Snyder. Mrs. L. Wyman were presentedthe Mrs. R, N. Crawford and children Phone 102 Starke Fla. ANYWHERE in the

    '( Mr. Laurie G. Kay being toastmaster prizes- being": the winners of spent !Saturday'; night: and -, It's The Turnover jt\. United States this

    1 arranged a number of In- Ugh and second scores for the af-
    Dunlop Surety Bond coven -
    teresting talks and stunts. Speakers ternoon. OCSK

    V VI of the evening were Messrs. At the tea hour Mrs. Walnwrlght -I., I your Dunlop Tires for

    Geo. Inman, John James Hooks, ; served a salad course. I I C DANCING SCHOOL OPENS i!I "The field should be poorer one year against accident,

    _ and Rev. Rooks. Those enjoying this affair were: misalignment
    collision blow-out
    i' Miss Claudia GIlchrlHt gave avery Mrs. J. E. Corpen'iig, Mrs. L. Wy I : PROF. SHELDONOf : than the farmer. almost
    V humorous reading on high man, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. C. ,

    ? fiyln entitled "Huh Not Me" A. Knight Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. i Sufficient capital is neces every conceivable

    About forty of the young people M. Fl:. Edwards Mrs. J. W. Kll- '1 I tire hazard. even if you

    of Starke enjoyed.. this affair. lan and Miss\ Mabel- ---Weller.--- I The Sheldon School of Professional sary for the success of any yourselfthink the troublewas

    V c JIUH.KNTKltTAINS! IIt(1I: : FLYNN miixn. ('I-l'Jll\lJoa'TS: Stage Dancing business but much dependson four fault.

    : : V I
    ---- Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall were Ij'1 how Of course Dunlops have
    Jacksonville! intelligently capital
    V Mrs. George Flynn was hostess host and hostess to their night 1 I I to be better tires to stand

    .4I V to members of her bridge club bridge club Wednesday evening. OI-ENS BRANCh NO. 1 IN STARKE I works. such a bonded guarantee

    ,V Thursday afternoon at her home. Larkspur and brown-eyed Susana

    Sweet peas In shades purple adorned the room where tables I =- Customers of this bank as that. Stronger tirci!

    ,,11 : and white decorated the party were arranged for auction bridge. Saturday at Woman's Club, 3 o'clock are With tougher tread,.1!

    _ vu i. room and other details were in three being In play. THE LATEST AND welcome Able
    V BEST OF TAlAND ALL to our advice on financial to stand the severest
    ; V the color for the
    4 same scheme. Receiving prizes
    I into
    Mrs. H. C. Hitch made high fling were Mr. C. A. Knight eve-I TYPES OF DANCING matters.Bradford hard knocks! Come

    _ V VV score and Mrs. Maurice Edwards Mrs. E. L. Biggs who made I the store. Wo want youto

    _ V made low. Each were awarded a scores. PRODUCER OF let
    SOME! OF TIlE BEST V see a Dunlop to
    :V prize.A The hostess served a salad I

    :.t. '1V salad course was served after course to the players. who were: 1 DANCERS IN TilE SOUTH County Bank you read a copy of thil

    a series of games. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight Mr. Loaded Guarantee.

    ., The Invited guests were: Mrs: and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mr. and I IMrs. SEE OR PHONE MRS. NAT STERNBERG Bradford

    V Paul Canova Airs. D. A. Montleth J, W. Andrews Jr., Mr and I County's Financial Stronghold

    _ .. V, Mm. Maurice Edwards Mrs. L. F. Mrs. J, W. Kllllan of Black Moun- Summer Rates The Cheapest and Best in the State STERN'S S GARAGE

    V Smith Mrs.. J, A. Saul Mrs. U. C. aln, N. C.. and Dr. and Mrs. E. L. STARKE, FLA.

    Rltch and Mrs. II. V. Knight. Biggs. ,

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    i.1 C j Hugh Air. mid Mrs. T. A. Brinson of Mrs M C Btl'th and children I Friday I for Wash nitton b. ill1111'1'11 /{ ', .n < in (lalnexville SaturdayMr Hi' --, .mil- An-T;;\;) \\, And Hassle; ': a
    I Mrs J. D Hunt of St. 'handler and Bobble, of Louis
    C railed on account of tho and !Mrs". W T (C TOM by and
    I PoturHliurg, spent Sunday with Mr. special Rhoden were visiting Penney II
    Villa .
    D Ky. -are expected Sunday. family and "Ir. and Mrs. Ruby f
    Bits ofLocal C] and Mrs. J. I 10. Corpening.Mrs. They will be the guests of Mrs. session of congress. During Crosby and family were visiting Farms Sunday afternoon. : I I I
    D I .T. M. Brownlee and Mrs. Stltli'-1 parents Mr and Mrs. II. h. short vacation Congressman relatives In St. Augustine Sunday. Mr. Sidney Baker of Palatka ,t :

    <<:"' fr J I S. E. Brownleo were the guests L. Ilrownleo until July. Green has been with his parents Miss Gladys Underhill spent the wa transacting business here! l!I

    0 I Wednesday of Mrs, S. T. Dell and -- -- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green, on week-end with her cousin Miss I Wednesday afternoon. "
    I i ,
    Nev ? & If you want, a bai' nln In a summer -
    s C I Mrs. A. V. Long in Gainesville. .Milt try ,...1of'rnb'I'I'H.1h' Madison street .and has visited Jimnita Stokes of Waldo. Mrs J. L. Johns and daughter, \
    I different sections of his Itlfltr'ct.The Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner and 1 Kssie were bus'ness visitors to '
    [&}: Mrs. l B.: L. Biggs.! Mrs. N. Stern- '
    I ; second( congressional district family were visiting her \parents, Lake Butler Wednesday
    Concerning Our People Business and [&}:I berg and Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., Thomas LI m ban Kb. of Lakeland In ably represented by Mr. Green !Mr. and Mrs\ Walter demons ,; \.

    Progress of the County and Town. g g1 and two children visited Jackson- after two weeks visit In and favorable comments are heard Sunday. ntKSIIYTKItl.tN: ;. '

    ,'I sonvllle Tuesday. Starke, with relatives Is spendinga on his activities" from every section MBH: Mary Bellflower of High j i*, .

    [}:, week In Atlanta at the Scout of the district. Springs spent the week-end with i 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, M. ,u ,
    ------- --- Tomato '
    52.E r2 Z 2,i.5Z5ZFZ5'5'SP.S ,I sweet peppers and Directors Camp after which time Miss Hazel Underbill.Mr. supt. Adult Illble class and young I '

    \1,.. Harold Sebring spent sev- I>r. B. S. Carroll, Miss Margaret your Porto orders Rico potato with plants.J. Place he will return to his home. KclimitVllli\ I'rlHOiK-r and Mrs. Hartley Johns of I pooplo'tt classes for all ffrades i i : ,
    me. F. Kick-
    . ".Ll days in Lake City this week. Long and Minn Ethel Griflin motored liter.: Sheriff W. J. Epperson returned PLint City have moved to this 11 a. m. Morning worship, MCT-: \ I

    , --- to Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. Ruth Axt and l children. Tuesday from Lebrune Texas section. We wish them much I mon by
    (col. J. L. Fruzee epeut Monday' ,_ Miss Florence Matthews and Dorothy! and Bobbin leaves Friday bringing with him Hudson[ Morgan\ ; success.l 7 p. in. Christian Endeavor. i1'; ,I

    aid Tuesday In Tallahaiuiee. Peanut chufa and velvet bean !Mlso\ Ruby Dyal of Tampa are visiting for Montrlalr N. J., after charged with assault who hud Mr. and Mrs., B. E. MrRae' were Topic\ "The Wonder or the nible." 5: I it

    seed. J. F. Klckllter. relatives In Jacksonville this spending several months with Mr. been arrested by Texas: olllclals visiting in this section Sunday; af Leader, Miss Carrie L'glow. Yi$; '

    week. and !Mrs F. A. Sweozy. Mr. and and held for the nrr'vnl: of Sheriff! ternoon. I 8 p m. I Evening worship song !ly
    In -- I
    creation bathing suits a
    "" Latest Mrs. Sweezy will accompany! themas Epperson.( Morgan attempted to .. MoHnrs. Arthur MoUno and and sermon ,
    g ;.11 to $8.50. Marguerite's. MI' and Mrs II. A. Bishop and Get 111'411|H'lIy; lit 14..1 In Mioos: hy far as Jacksonville. "nee brass knacks In an attack) on Floyd Crosby were v'aitlng In Watoroak Prayer meeting Wednesday. Incidents ,: ,}

    -- family visited: Green Cove Springs 1)113 lug at hlcMil>eiK'n.Mr. another party and It is charged! 1 IIP section! Sunday afternoon. I In the I rru of our Lord as -', ,

    t'0II.\ V. Knight spent several Tuesday then threw the weapon through -- found In the gospel according to "
    Col and Mrs. C. A. Futoh and ---
    and Mrs. E.) M. Davis and '
    .1.\t, Tallahasitee\ th's weelc.I the windshield of the carVhen St. !Mark are being used 1 as topics
    The regular W! I.H.I Onyx::: ..lowIt daughter, Jean, Mrs.'J. S. Anderson i Mrs. 11. A' Bll'.ch! of DeLand; will varrnnts taken o/1oe... ..........+....
    were out for his arrest for these mid-week meetings. I t
    I now I'll.(15'! : lit "ft'I'I.. and little i arrive Saturday for a visit with
    son spent SundayIn
    I I !Mr F. F. Plume was a business! ( Archer with relatives. :\11', and Mrs. H. L. liruwnlee. Mrs. Morgan!: preferred to go; to : NEW{ RIVER e A cordial Invitation to all our '4extended

    \i nor In Jacksonv'lle: Wednesday. :Mrs.\ Ruth Axt spent the week- I Butch, Mrs. Urownk-o'8 mother, Texas Instead of coming In and Miss (stile: I SIII'I] | ('() '. services to .all ,"ICI
    rurronderliK.\ lie is being held in ,
    ---- Exclusive::: but not
    expensive line '
    ',' end In Jacksonville guest of Miss[ will spend the summer In Starke tile 1e1.. 110:A I' FOR CASH Standard,
    \ county Jail IIe00a10f0.
    awn it'ng bond. OOeO14c
    Wnnted hens. Pay tush. J. F. Fannie Cromer. of beautiful silk dresses at Mar! and at the State Farm. drop head ,sewing machine at s t L
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    Kieklller. guerite's Tiij: ,:(;u.\i'irs HONOR ROLL I I' Among those who were business' Mrs. F. IISturke. I Long'H.!,: Walnut( at fi

    See our "Rollins Kunstop Hosiery Judge A. Z. AtkliiH. of Starke, I visitors: to Sturke. Saturday wore |I{i .

    ?Mi and Mrs. Elmer Lazone were ," Pointex and French heel Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Epperson and circuit judge/ of this district, opened List of subscriber! who paid their Mr.\ and Mrs. 0 F. TomlliiHon! and lt't

    son, of Jacksonville, were the court here children Ruth and ],'runll, Mr., and ---- I l
    : suitors, to Starke Wednesday. $1.50 and $2.00. Marguerite's.Allen on Monday of the subscription ((ur'nMarch,: : I I-- II
    guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. lip- present week, with 1few cases J. F. Plclial Mrs Carlos Lee l\Irf.! J. L. Johns nnil daughter!: 1

    " Mr and Mrs. Frank Hoover visited Long after an absence of person Sunday which were held over from the last Mrs. D. T. Clark. T. Williams.. l KsHlo. Mr. DV.. Kelley and sons "
    1 relatives: In Mcintosh Sunday.Mrs. several months In Petersburg, Va., --- term. There are some of considerable Fred Rhoden, L. If. Ilnzzurd. Louise Eustace: and Hermit', and Mr\ r I II
    returned Nice fat frying chickens: 36c Impor'ance which will Smith Johns.
    ; to Starke Tuesday. come Johnson, R. J. Williams II. L.
    J. T. Moore of Lawtey was per pound. O. A. Mitchell West before him during the present Brownlee, Mrs. A. Murrheo( Harvey Mr. and !Mrs. Jessie Thomas and t
    tihopplng, In Starke Thursday. Last call-April 30th ends our Cull street Starke. pd( term, but the docket at that does White. B. C. Williams P. A. family of Lulu, were visiting I ,

    epeclal offer. 6 portraits for $1.50. not appear to be at all crowded, Williams Matilda Hitch, Ida friends and relatives here Sunday V! I

    Whose birthday? Send a curd The greatest barga'n we have ever Mr. and Mrs. R. W. !Mills and which is as it should be.-Baker Sweat, C. A. Youngblood, 0 J. Mr. P. n. Crews was visiting ,

    for friendship's sake. Cards for offered. Hoover Bros. It. daughter Elizabeth of Jacksonville I County Press. Anders, O. 11. Colson.. O. Carroll here Sunday afternoon

    all occaa'on at Marjluerlte'fI.I ; spent Sunday with !Mr. and J. H. Lord E. C. Lewis R. Mrs. II. B, Kerse and children, (' \

    I. --- Mrs. Arnold Dauberly and Mrs. rF.. Flume. WKATIIKK: : KlIl'OItT: D. Strickland, J. )t. Kelly C. 1
    daughter, Joan of I harper Lawrence slater, Mrs. C. C. Wynn Sunday :
    High Springs, ) Developing Co., '
    :MrCiill! lx April 3-10. 1929, inclusive 'J
    PENT A %ran spent Wednesday with relatives. iNiltci'iixlll .Nl1 01 Date Max. biro M. Z. Sullivan. M. W. Mansell( W. afternoon. I ...______ co : I'

    Mule lit $iernberu's.Mra Apr. 3 80 56 Precip.l' R. (lodges; J. M.. Starling L. E.: Messrs.:...J. E. Crews, Henry TurI GET READY for s ,

    Col. and Mrs. E. M. Johns left Apr. 4 82 58 M Inel'. \Mrs. Lena Gasklns, L. A. '
    COLUMNSEWING A. McDougul: and little NOV,1"!
    Monday for Tallahassee after Apr. 5 84 54 Brown, W. K. Taylor, Mrs. L. W.
    spending the weekend at home. daughter/ Jacqueline, of high Apr. 6 85 55 Strickland, W. N. Johnson. S.Orims. >U. II. 8. r.lltltOLIj !
    SOLICITED--Fancy and Springs spent Wednesday wIth Apr. 7 86 57 / DentlNt A consideration! of your k
    H. H,
    Wiggins Mrs. E.
    plain; satisfaction guaranteed.Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Apr 8 88 62 / ; F.I, screening needs now will .;
    Sweet potato plants wanted. J. Johns James Hornsby, C. M.\ McKinney fiver Corpenlui a Drug Store;
    P. U. Hunt Hampton, Fla.111tf..
    -- Apr. 9 89 63 guard you and protect you
    F. Klckllter.Mr. 1 E. B. Johns, D. W. Moore. Phone :it: {
    Haynes union suits for 9Gc at J.1r. Apr. 10 83: 62 0.52 I against an invasion of an e
    Joe. Grimy, W. II. Struth, Mrs. Office Hours: It to 5. '
    ? Alvarez the Dependable Store. army of flies and mosquitoes 1
    I KfiR" KENT: -Two to four con W. P. Randall of Tampa, Total 'rainfall __. __ 0.52 I'dIULVatlllJl1: J. R. Norman, C. ;.
    nect ng rooms or entire: houseby spent the week-end in Starke with: ---- N. Shaw D, ,,,. Kelly. Mrs. later on) 'i
    Mr... mid Mrs. Orrin C. Marshal
    the year longer it desired relatives. \\' K; \Till':It BI''OItl: :ItI'HU ence Flynn W. T. Wallace 1"101'-1 ------ Every housewife knows I, f1 'j A
    and daughter, Dorothy and Miss f H
    Corner Walnut and 10th sts.I '.\ 10-17 1031) Johns Mrs. Cleone howling the real economy In using ';

    I! ti-rcnces required Mrs. Os- !Mr. George C. White, state bank Fannie Lord left Tuesday for [:rims. Lem Brown, C. B. 1 only the best Hcreenlnft. i

    bc.rn.. 4-19-lt examiner Is spending the weekIn their, home In Flint, Michigan Date Max 1\I'n.\ Pt'erip, land, A. C. Summer, N. C. \Strkk-I Say it with FlowersFlowers \Ve are Htocked with the t

    --- Jacksonville ApI' 10 11:1: 62 .52 -. best copper and wire screen- '1, I
    Newest In Mar For
    styles Millinery. Ali:
    K'Iln SALE 40 acres $15.00 guerite's. AlII'. 11 86 61 ....+.++ +.....v+ ....+. Inv 'n all widths nnd in :: j" r

    I li i1 aero. About one m le north W. H. Ogden of Keystone ApI' '12 86 60ApI' h Occasions: the standard weaves 1 (( ,

    .n rttarka Fla.V.. 1J. Kulil. Heights was a business visitor: to 13 82 54 t Rising Screen ready-marto or t'I '
    .. .
    Mr. and :Mrs. .1. II. Lord attended (- "
    I -''tirtr. Fla. 3-211-41! Starke Wednesday ApI' 14 88 68 1.66 Miss\ iris 'M<'Itae, for.Mru. + made, to your order. Also ,j
    tbo Grand: Lode I. O. O. Fat
    All' 1G 69 64 1.67 Gertrude CodbeyAnderson; ;
    screening by the roll, especially -
    S'lAltKE PIANO BARGAINS Mr. J. II. Fields of New Smy- Gainesville Tuesday and Wed AIJ' 16 67 54 .01 'j'..A1..010010.+++1..+110 priced BUY NOWI'y! ,Ii" i

    for nflh-Plano stored with us I rna, spent several hays ii} Starke nosday. Apr. 17 -- 48 Walter Underhill( and I I : ,'

    by music teacher. Perfect con with his family. Jf you have not got your fiveHoen'g Total ralllClill _.. ____... 3.76\\'daughter Hazel nnd Gladys and neWITT) '{ C. JONES '\jpp c
    dition. $85 cash. 2 on easy pay t
    son, Paul, were transacting busl- Phone 89 ,
    'Val do. Fla JI.\HUW\lCH :
    H I1ROS. SPECIALS yet. ;
    mentsKranlch & Bach ,
    piano Miss: !Mary Canova and Miss J "

    bench and scarf, $145 at. $7 Harriet Ritch spent Friday in coma now as the time Is short, -- -. -,-. ... 'ill!I j I'
    m ,mlhly Cable piano like Jacksonville. ,. Never again will: you J get: such a I POCKPE1G11 I 11r ..-i 1 fI f//! ;,d
    newwith duet bench $215.! bargain. 5 for $1.50. Hoover BrosIt. ow -- _.---=:-........__ in, ( ,

    Other barga'ns Including Cable Ilenutiful! pattcrni in 1'I111I'0'II'K' (' J/I.i.\: !\ ., i '
    player piano. See them at Mil vollo !$II. .IIU it yard nt Sternberg'a( j G !Er.'b31:. '('I, I t," I "Iii,Ii''" I

    )ler's Music Shorpa. Cable Piano Mr.Mrs.! and Orrln Mrs. C.J. II.Marshall Lord and Mr !. I). C" 140lukE': \Vrenlli.iMembers f1 1 1 r:, :;I.:,,,.f'l!) 'Ill!f j I i
    representatives, Gainesville, 3- Miss!!! Florence Andrews and daughter and Miss Fan. of W. T. Weeks Chap) : f.'ilif1'I: :;'ilf1' I .,;.'Lj lf!!' i ti.t
    29-41. Miss Flljabeth Andrews are vlsil- ter., U. II. C., will meet Thursday "t- .p Ioj:",.. '
    at St. AugUftlno
    nle Lord Sunday
    their uncle Mr. Claude Al- spent ,: lc"'lf.
    'ng ;
    NOTICEVe!: have near Starkea varez In Juckonvllle this week. Beach. afternoon :H(0: :( o'clock at the --- :; .:." > Wl1.0 I

    beautiful mahogany piano and Methodist church to make wreaths lJ l: \ dr.J.q; II LL
    tor Memorial Day. All membersare .,. -', b b.I
    duet bench, almost new and Good work shoes from $2 up at good; heavy weight overalls -

    .uartly paid for. To avoid ship- the Dependable Store J. M. Al- $1.15' at J. M. Alvarez. requested to be present and Imp' rovt"ClIIJ affect

    ping expense we want reliable varez. assist in the work.. .. I .I .

    party to !get: this p a no. and Messrs.! P. M. Barefoot M. DBunigarner Slin-ke Hotel Sign -- your Insurance

    send us the remaining payments Mra. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. Edward ': ( A. S. Crews, and P. -

    $8.00 monthly. For complete Brock Miss Hazel Klckllter S. McMillan attended( sessions' of The Starke Hotel completed. the tab .tint-, .,.),u ..,..k.. a .1..... ,in ihtrwliiTMl I makes the best tires : r r y,
    Iu. '
    c {
    r- & M. poor ftlnitl out
    Information write. Cable Piano! and Miss Lucile Mitchell were in the Grand Lodge A. In Installation of a large,: electric sign ..*....-. )intl..llnn, I .If..."". > N

    ('0" 87 North Broad, Atlanta Jacksonville Tuesday. I Jacksonville during; this week.Tlillol..luJl. last( week, adding much to Its appearance You. .......,'.101. ..i.rb Ar. ,......... t* ,

    Ca.; 3-29-U" after nightfall/ The .....s.Imuld' l know twin, .U, .1........I Im
    hose for I clothes b"/otht/ nt .......,. tuu .
    Wilson's guaranteed your p. may M** quay
    FOR SALE-Hhode Island Red HU-rnbrrK'ti lire vrry Sal lsructory. iHiildlng has also had an extra lob- 1'1......'.,' ,..,..........,......... .
    eggs for setting, 75c for 1C. men at J. ,+t. Alvarez. by aded to the east Bide and canvas ad Marl. .. '..u.._ .............mar is I r rI rI
    awnings placed across the Fwruln ... .ddlton... (fur .....>, |. / today?
    Pure stock. Mrs. Oeo. A. Gar- M. and Mrs. Oeo. W. Marks *
    s..Ih.s w
    Miss Margaret\ Voultee Tampa front and west s'de.! prd. I Ihi. wn to* I
    dIner Starke. 3-29-H and Mrs. Hilda Williams of and little daughter of DeLand I q rI

    with Mrs. were the guests of Mrs. Marks' Hurt In Accident I I
    FOR SALE-Fordson tractor disc Lakeland spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dar i ]HAROLD C. WALL
    harrow and plow; 1 ton Ford Emma Canova.All parents Joe Truby Is suffering from a : I I
    by this week. broken shoulder and body bru'seeas .
    truck, stake body. All a good INSURANCE ,
    reduced at y the result of an accident Monday -
    buy. 2 miles north of Starke, spring coats The Baptist: Woman's Missionary LL facts now unmistakably point to one '
    when his skid
    morning, car A
    Clscayne Filing: Station. II. B. STARKE FLORIDA
    Purvis. 4-19-2t* Union will hold their regular ded on Cherry street near the Ice make of tire as outstandingly the best. 3.

    W. E. Middleton spent several business and program meeting plant and swung broadside Into a _

    LOST-One dinner ring, 5 small days of last week on a fishIng Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat telephone pole. Mr. Truby made ., ---------.-_ hf I \Ve refer to Goodyear. l

    diamonds, somewhere uptown. trip off the coast near Brunswick the Baptist church. a short turn to avoid a car just 'fI I

    Howard for return to Mrs. Paul Ga.Misses. ahead causing the wheels to skId I
    1'). Canova Rr. 4-12-21 Mrs. O. K: Lewis: and son Mrs. on the wet pavement.: i I Clever advertising long ago ceased to sell tires.

    Lillie S. Lewis, Mrs. J. C. Robinson I
    Edna Stans- t'
    Iva Boyd.
    FOR SALE Car had much to be
    Tennessee have too
    grown experience
    the Mrs. Alice Langford and Mrs.C. l'holo"[ !i t by the Thousands l t
    and Mrs. Stonsbury spent I
    Missionary I 1 strawberry
    plants, the flat kind, $3.25 per week-end at the country home of C. Frank and son, spent Tuesday For the past several weeks I d : I led by "claims." Most tires are bought today 1
    Hoover Bros have had I
    in Jacksonville. on a special -
    1,000, f. o. b. shipping: point. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill. j I
    the basis of their
    Mar-Globe tomato and Ruby price for photos, getting their I on proved I II a'

    $1.50 l.ouu. Store Is sellingall Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- work introduced Into a larger 7J"Y I I II
    pepper plants, per The Dependable ; ''j1i
    S. M. Carnes Florahome. Fla. winter suits at cost. J. M. Al- kips Mrs. W. D. Parks. Mrs. J. II. number of homes through this sec- j !
    412.4t'MAN Hitch and Mrs. R. A. Weeks were lop of the state. The results have !/i PJCIEANEIO I This explains why MILLIONS MORE people ff
    varez. :
    shopping in Jacksonville Wednes- been highly pleasing to the Messrs.
    WANTED to run McNess I ride on Goodyear Tires. Producing millions i t,.
    business In Bradford county, $7 Miss Isabel Fernandez of F. S.W. day. loovera, the studio force being ,
    to $12 around C. spent the weekend with kept busily employed on the large more tires than any other company Goodyear I ;
    dally-year Fletcher of Jacksonville number of for who y..
    Mrs. U. S. Fernan- Miss Louise photos patrons ISN'T ITCONVENIENT I
    work-experience unnecessary: her mother, Ls able to give you a very much better quality
    Baptist W. M. S. worker drove I In from distant points. I
    unusual offer Write at once. dez. Is the guest of Mm. W. J. Epperson -r t tI
    : yet charge '
    Furst & Thomas, Dept. C. Free- Stunt Mto TonightAn no more.
    Mrs. J. E. while conducting study courseat I I
    Mrs. C. A. Knight
    port, Illinois. It elaborate program has been II II Ii
    Corpening and Mrs. L. M. Cun- the Baptist church. arranged by students of Bradford I I I i

    FOR SALE Cut Gladioli $1.00 ningham were shopping: In Jacksonville Mrs. W. J. Epperson'' attendedthe Ugh School for the stunt night We call for: and deliver I I When urged to accept an- I

    per dozen; Aster plants, $2.50 Saturday. executive committee: meeting scheduled for tonight, Friday. A I your articles of clothing j I other tire as "equal to"
    An- large number of students tak- or I
    per 100. Gertrude Godbey are
    and Mrs. If. C. Richard of of the Jacksonville Division we put them thru I )
    Mr. +
    derson, Phone 39. Waldo. Fla. log part In the funmaklnhut/ "better than" a Goodyear r I ;
    held at the First
    of Mr. which was II
    the guests our special that
    Palatka, were :
    4.19.41.F'OR are careful not to divulge/ any process I
    i and Mrs. A. M. Darby Thursday Baptist church In Gainesville.Last Dews of the ma'n features. A news takes out every stain and r I PLEASE REMEMBER I ;

    SALE Easter lilies, Mrs. and Friday.Mr. -- -
    article is carried In the
    being makes article of I Iap'pard TilE
    30th. Hoover FACTS.
    LV.. Klckllter, Starke. It* day-April every Don't be I I
    i iEI'se
    school! column, prepared by the
    Miss Bros. Special-! for $1.50. The look!
    and Mrs D. C. Jones. new no mat-
    indent body, and they promise "talked out of" the World'sGreatest '
    FOR and If 4}
    SALE Holstein cow Jones and Arthur Darby greatest bargain of the year. "one exciting nighty11'ants ter how old it may be. I

    calf cheap for cash. J. A.. Jones of Gainesville, spent the you have not got yours yet we I Just I Tires.RITCH'S !
    Morgan Route A, Starke. lt week-end in Starke with relatives.Mr. I want you to have them. Time In tli* Telegraph phone 134 for the I

    FOR SALE-Good Studebaker car -- I short.: Don't forget. Hoover In sending In a renewal for the boat service and lowest i I I

    Mrs. J. W. Killian of Bros. It. charges in town.Modern i ,
    in first class condition. A bar- and Telegraph: Mrs. Edna Watson of I

    Cain II.J, Cox, Black Mounta'n N. C., arrived ".Wauchula writes: "I am enclosing I If I +
    U sold qulcq.
    Kll- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and
    4-19-21 Sunday for a visit with Mrs. $1.50 for my subscription to
    Lawtey, Fla. llan'a father, Mr. J. J. Truby. Billy Graham motored to Savannah the Telegraph. I would hate to I

    Ga., Sunday. Mrs. Alvarez miss one copy for it seems like a f I .
    HIO BARGAIN-$4,750 takes limits my of Levy Starling of Galloway, returned will upend several weeks with her long letter from home." The DryCleaners SERVICE STATION # i
    pecan farm in the city
    Mrs. Jack Murden.
    to his home after spendIng Telegraph strives to make each issue -
    Starke; last year's crop Good over several days In this section: I like a letter from home to i I
    3,000 pounds of nuts. Mr. II. C. Wall'motored to Tam- +
    house with friends and relatives. each of those who are now living Starke Florida it n ItM.T
    house barn, chicken ; pa Sunday and was accompan'edhome I
    elsewhere, and we are glad Mrs.
    some tools, etc. I am going: to [ Easter lilies for Memorial day, by Mrs. Walt, who has been Watson la pleased with: our efforts. Geo. B. Flynn Owner : Ii
    See '
    New York and need money; with I i 1
    April 26th. Long stems with large pending the past ten day J. S. Womble Manager }
    me before May 15th. After Buy them at Wood' her parents, Mr. and Mra. C. P. Green to 1VashingtonCongressman I r
    bI6om rI
    Starke.that date no sale. L. Torruela 419tf. I Poultry Farm Starke, Fla. It Dutton. R A. Green left '" __ l' .. .... .... ,.;. - .. -- -.- -- -- t Il ere v

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    I, Farmers & Farming Gainesville, }'Ia.. -- Successful Revisit! Dear Auld Scotia, Land of Their Birth
    poultry raising In Florida depends Notice has been received at theFlo'rlfa

    to a large extent upon seven fac- Railroad Commission that -

    (fly Agricultural EIJlto/) tors of sanltaton: declared Dr. D. the Interstate Commerce Commis-

    o r A Sanders, aslsstant veterinarianof sion at Washington: has dismissedthe
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    -- the Florida experiment StationIn petition of carriers against the

    }; Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- a recent radio talk over WRUF. maintenance ot existing rates on

    ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo The seven points outlined by fertilizer material.For .
    Dr. Sanders! were: Clean houses,
    Be Best Suited to Our Country a number of years the Flor-
    clean air (good ventilation clean
    I ), ida Railroad Commission! has: had
    food, clean clean
    water yards and
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    : .. .: -:-= ranges clean incubators and .
    In carloads ade on the basis :I
    roons H.\\"is: IMI-OIITANT Uill1. IS IIDST; TI.MI: : I brooders, clean birds, Inside and rates ( I Ix
    of 75 per cent of the going
    r 131-TIM'T: : OV WtOWTIIxn TO APPLY IIRAN RUT out. I
    I on fertilizer. This relationship in
    J, I'iHl'S'fHW: ('IIIIMMIKM"That : Doctors Sanders explained In detaIL rates was established to allow the
    Gainesville! Kla How failure how i
    -- a poultry parasites are
    farmer to buy his materials In
    tired feeling" Is more 01 to carry out completely the transmitted from one bird to another mixed carloads and do his own -

    to .s common to all of uti occasionally recommendations roads!: by the Experiment and stressed the rotation ixing, A further purpose of the A i fl i' Va

    and particularly In the spring' Station may give poor of from yards this: and runs ot reducing )loss adjustment was to allow fertilizer '.... <.

    When I was .a youngster the old results is illustrated by a recent source.. munufactnre'rs( located at interior
    points a marg'n In rates that
    folks used to tall It "born lazl.IJe. experience of growers In the central -

    f .,,;" when they applied the rod part of the state. I CHIPS I would enable them to compete I DUM6AI L with the port cities () ecJ / ... LEes
    These had bad Infestation I .
    r to induce me to work a little\ faster growers a fly a petition filed with the Interstate .
    of grasshoppers. When visit I ,' .... .. .... .
    jt or a little more stead'Iy.! Now, Commerce in
    I ed by Dr. Wllmon Newell, dlI There are more spring pigs in '
    October 1927 Florida carriers attacked
    i however It seems Hint the trouble I rector of the Experiment Station Leon county than In the past live the fertilizer! : material ratesas i :: iJ ; ; i. 1r4- : : "I

    Is not "born laziness" and that I In company with the county agent years, according to G. C. Ho
    It can be remedied by other means | they reported that they had tried county agent. "
    I and
    t sonable advantage, preference ..,.. ( i .eldth l lfi
    than the hickory switch. I the poison bran halt but had not '""
    1 prejudice between persons and loalltles it'." ..IU
    In fact nowodays people St'E'IUto ':bocured relief Upon Investigation << .. .
    any Acreage In Spanish peanuts will In Interstate commerce on l. ... .ot' ] I,
    that diet will doa it was found that tho grow- / r.. iI11I
    think proper Lie increased at least 200 percent the one hand and on the other as : ',' ,.. :
    toward a constant had been putting out the bait > ft '/ ;
    lot preventing ers Waukulla county this: year continuing undue, unreasonable ;
    and I'll be jiggered Just before noon. They were advised lW(" il <((0'
    tired feeling, states D. M. Treadwell counry and unjust discrimination against I fu'_, "'" '",
    U I don't believe I hem. I have to put this out at night orvery agent. 'nterestate and foreign commerce. ", :> '," >

    demonstrations early In the morning. .
    recently Been some '
    The notice received from Washington I
    where school children who had Tho growers were reluctant to Flagler county is digging: its
    said that in a report, the Interstate .
    not been getting the right kinds of try the bran bait again, but final- early Irish potato crop fully one :" ,
    Commerce Commissionfinds ..
    foods In enough variety In their ly decided to poison two acres that month earlier than usual, reports that undue prejudice to interstate : :,,;,._.--.._-.. ,.:::

    dicta were Induced! drink milk, night. The results\ the following L. T. Nieland county agent. commerce has not been .. . J

    and were given more greens and morning were very gratifying, re- proved and the proceedings dis \ Jj) L-:( J
    fruits, etc., in their diet. In tho ports tho county agent, and if the Five hundred pounds of carpet missed. BURN' COTTAQe: r .. ": !

    language of the Block yard, they halt hud been applied to the whole grass Seed have been purchased by -- 1'RINCE; Sr2eGrEnIM9ungyi; .
    have come from little runty, field the entire crop of beans farmers of Madison\ < county this Home markets-for vegetables is WTiat does the canny Scot who for I I

    t scrawny, pale, sallow looking would have been saved. spring' reports II. E. Lawteon, I gaining interest of the Florida I centuries has borne the brunt of visit Auld Scotia, the land of their tentlons of Joining the merry party,

    critters to plump, round, bright I Tho bran bait referred to is county agent. growers and many Florida cities many a quip concerning his pro- birth, a country which will remain and the selection of the Canadian

    looking youngsters, and have made by thoroughly mixing: 20 I fo.' years( have had their curb verbial economy and unwillingness to dear to their heart regardless of route has been made at the request
    where they take up their residence or of hundreds of former Scottish trav-
    made remarkable gains In weight. (pounds 1 of bran with one pound Walton county girls are all markets( and borne have regular I spend his hard-earned shekels on to what republic they pledge allegi- elers from the Middle West and Canada

    When I was a kid I had a lot Paris green and adding water electing nutrition and health this market houses. This home market riotous living do with all the money ance. "Davy" Lees, well known as a who have expressed a desire to

    brother who objected to taking I I 1 until the mixture is thoroughly year.! January was spent In makIng Idea gives the market gardeners I that he thus accumulates? Does he successful conductor of these pilgrimages sail down the rmrjestlc St. Lawrence

    ) medicines. When the old folks moist needed corrections in food and and the larger shippers an outlet purchase an automobile build himself to Bonnie Scotland, has an- again and spend but four days on the
    t I a wee hame I' the hills, or bedeck hla nounced that he has chosen the new open sea, en route to their homeland.
    wanted to give him iron t out of a r itorsi\M\ health habits and in physical de- for all the fresh vegetables they
    11IMS: 'i< ; better half In line raiment? Probablyhe 20,000 ton Canadian Paclflo liner Tentative plans for this all-Scottish
    bottle, he always said hed'd go out I fects. can raise and makes a central
    I does but word has reached the "Duchess of Bedford" to bear the expedition Include a week of sports
    and eat a few nails or old plows 1'm-ful hits of Information trading point that brings many Canadian Faclflc Steamships that Scots on a visit to their native heath and entertainment on shipboard. Including

    for his Iron. lie didn't know then I To _.ClcunClilim..-Cups and A corn variety test has been country folks to town at least Scot resident In Canada and the sailing from Montreal June 7. Scots such amusing; diversion M
    that ho really could eat Iron In planted in Excambla county under three clays out of each week. United States are using their savings from all parts of the United States hat trimming and laundering contests -
    his food raisins and spinach be- I I saucers and other articles of fine the direction of E. P. Scott, county Making local vegetable centers in In Increasing numbers annually to re- and Canada have signified their In* for men.
    china often take on a yellow dlsI -
    ing among the foods particularly agent. Five yellow and six white Florida makes more business
    I coloration. To remove this moisten Home demonstration work
    rch! In Iron I I varieties were used. along every line. :
    a soft cloth In water and dip '
    Also, in the old days, when a teaches rural women to earn mon
    into dry salt or flue coal or wood I The second week of the Florida
    child did not develop a good bone Ten farmers in Nassau county ey in their spare time. During We can charge
    ashes, or a mixture of fuller your
    : of bills
    legislature sees a mass YrS
    system and had poor teeth, we who treated their corn with carbon March a club woman in Dade 8 ""R
    earth and baking soda, and rub ready for the legislative hopper
    thought it was just nature tint bisulphide to prevent weevil dam- 'county made 100 mat blocks and
    off the stain with It. Afterward and the legislators are getting; STORAGE BATTERY In 9
    1 now we know that the child should ash with and water. age last fall are now selling their with the sold them to other club women oSmith's
    soap down to real business
    have been given more foods rich in corn for seed to those farmers who were making hats at 75 cents
    To ( '''nn ('nndll'Mtkkot. To idea of making the 1929!) sessionone
    I I" who did
    lime like milk. not treat their corn says each.
    silver candlesticks, dip: themIn ot the best in the h'story! of
    After all, laziness may not be A S. Lawteon, county agent.
    boiling water to remove grease, local bills to
    I the state. Fewer
    )F due to "cussedness" and runtiiiens -' I West Palm neaeh Atlantic National
    laud afterwards clean and polish this session will
    be at
    presented F
    the result of Inheritance or Farmers Washington countyare Dank Garage arke
    capitalized at $100-
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    them like other silver articles. Do peed up the work on general
    nature. They may both be remedied -I planting corn following winter 000, formally opened at West
    not to scratch off the
    attempt Lilts and the members expect to
    by proper foods In sullleleut cover crops of vetch and winter Palm lI ach.
    I grease or wax with a knife or hold night sessions If necessary
    variety and not too great quan peas. They are going to see Just '"
    '' tity. I I melt It oft with dry heat, especial- i how much difference they get be- lo clean the slate before the clos-

    ly if they are plated, us plated tween these plots and check plots !ng; night at the end of the sixty

    Cen Hlm,1i -IIOSIN: I r ware is often based on a compoul", where no cover crop was grown. day grind. Taxes seem to be the GENERAL MOTORS
    roil WAHHIMJTON TIUI' lion which will run If heated. paramount question confrontingthe

    I '1'" C'Icaii Door 1'lnH-Sllver Citrus growers of Highlands members during! the opening
    Hood of door plates be cleaned with
    Tallahassee Thelma may days.
    I county have placed orders for
    Santa Uoaa county and Louise 'aqua ammonia applied with a stiff I -. .
    kI nearly 20,000 pounds of Crotalarla
    Owen of Nassau county have been brush. This Is very effective for 'seed, which will be imported from Umalllla .- Howebllt Hotel GHTI ())

    selected to represent the 1-11[ club cleaning silver, but should not bused Porto Rico at a great saving Crotalaria property may bl! used as hospital. \

    too freely liner articles, .
    girls of Florida at the National upon
    has demonstrated Its value from Its operation. It is our can-
    be held in it tends to deaden their luster.
    Club Camp, which will! as
    ns a summer cover crop In the did prediction, here and now, thatno
    Washington In June. Oullda Yates To ('11'" Silver 1'11'1'1.-1'0.. restore -
    Ridge section member of the leglclature: who
    of Orange county and pyro Cause monogram and Initial seals votes for this measure will be re-
    of Hlllsborough county selected as of steel or silver to usefulness after TRYING TO HIIIFT A IICRDKN: S
    elected to the legislature or to any 9
    alternates. I they have begun to stick to the -
    other omce within the gift of his
    These girls have been selected I wax first remove as much as possible The proposed sale tax measure constituency.

    for this award because of their of the dried wax from the becomes more iniquitous the longer i

    excellent club work. The outstanding lines of the design. Then soak the It Is considered. BOHBSHKWEKHKBffiP*

    I' 'club boys and girls from each seal\ in a moderately strong!!; solution Where it originated has ,been
    i state are given the opportunityto of oxalic acid, using a stiff the source of considerable inquiry.A :

    attend the National Club Camp brush to get at the fine lines, and very logical explanation Is givenas a Full Lint of
    each year.Thelma. remove the loosened wax which follows by- the Tampa Tribune: .....,
    Hood was the winner ot formerly adhered. When the A conference of merchants rep- Undertakers' Supplies

    _ the! ISO prize offered bY- the Flor- seal Is thoroughly cleaned and resenting 14 counties in this sec- AUTOMOBILE HEARSE )

    ida Federation Women's Clubs bright, rub well with a cloth tion to be held In Tampa today to tL 20's APtttL

    for the best gardening and can- dampened with sweet oil, to neu- protest against the proposed sales At...,. .n h..... Th. beet eewwieet Ap j7te_ S
    th. lewMt prlcm. Upxtal. '
    ning records. Oullda Yates was tralize further action of the acid tax law and to formulate plans for !. 1.1........ ....re.attention

    ,", the winner of the $50 award offered and prevent the wax from again giving the measure active opposi- REGISTERED: : EMBAUKBJDEWITT : J'eetke

    Jr' by the same body for best sticking. tion. C. JONES
    poultry work by a club girl. To n.'movt' ( refute It Is well that the merchantsare

    The delegates to the National Apply gasoline: benzine, or arousing on this question, because STARK, FLA.

    Camp from Florida last year were naphtha with a sponge or a stiff! the sales tax proposal appears -

    Laura Case of Orange; county and scrubbing biush. to be influentially backed gggtLL NEW CHEVROLET SIX
    Wottloclc Fenncll of (Dude county. Or, If the grease i is fresh, cover and will have strong support before .

    Qutnnelle Fuller of Columbia the spot with a layer of French the legislature.! It is one ot

    county was selected the healthiest chalk or fuller's earth. Lay a the_ means devised by holders .of -d the
    I Six in price of the four!
    extensive vacant lands to reduce range
    girl In Florida and took part In piece of brown paper or blottlnr;

    the national 4-11 club health contest paper upon the chalk and place It their taxes by passing them on to I,

    "d Jn Chicago Olive Verne on a hot flatiron. Change the Iron the general public. Ostensibly You are cordially invited to mechanical advancements far Ecantmitml, Tr.HWt.i...

    4.i Whliten, a student at the Florida : occasionally. The grease will be supported by a so-called taxpayer's visit our special display of that Chevrolet has ever an :f. =

    State College, represented the I melted and absorbed by the chalk protective organization, centErEd the new Chevrolet Six-at- nounced the new Chevrolet

    state at the Natlona 1 Leaders' and powder.Or In Jacksonville, this schemes ranged in conjunction with Sixdeliversbetterilunlu'e/y Th $ -

    Training Sclu>ol, held In Spring- apply\ pure ox gall. with a ) really the brain-child of certain: nationwideSpring Show miles H the gallon gasoline COACH 95

    ; Cold! Massachusetts\ !last fall. stiff brush. big land Interests, which hope to 'I ing of General Motors cars. with extremely low oil consumption. TA'
    ,t a Or aply choloform or ether with: relieve their own pockets by farcIng Roadster......6525
    a tooth brush. the purchasers of every articleof Here in a price class that Th S 525

    j Wilt' "' FARM: PKOGR.tMFollowing Or shave two ounces of pure common use in the state to pay t has hitherto been occupied And this amazing six-cylin! rhicicn ""."* '

    [ white soap in quart of water. Add higher prices for the things they II exclusively by four-cylinder der performance is matched Coup.......... 595

    2 ounces of ammonia, 1 ounce ol buy, ranging from a few cents to i" \ automobiles, you will see in Impressiveness by the L!&. .. ......'675SSSK
    Is a list of farm talkst glycerin, and 1 ounce of ether; many dollars, accordng!' to the displayed a line of beaubeautiful new Fisher bodies. ; *

    t be broadcast from station: mix and apply with a stiff brush.Or sales price of the article-this tiful models that bring Come in. See for yourself ... 695Tbt

    \V ttUF at Gainesville. Florida forth shave and dissolve 2 ounces bonus, wrung. from the people togo Vegetables. you every advantage of tliatroothercarintheworld 1 l..cL.u.CmvrruUt7....... I ->-JTtt

    week ending April 26. The of hard white soap in 1 quart ot into a fund for distribution to cylinder performance. Yet can give you so much at rrti..ry.tSS

    f.m. program 18 given at 1 p. m. water. Add 2 ounces of ammoniaand the state and among the countiesto due to the greatest array of priceswithinthereachofall. t S.d.n.isntur..rr

    re -a day in the week. The wavelength 1 teaspoonful of saltpeter and. reduce the "tax burden" of the 10 days earlier""Vigoro Ci...,...... ..6400,
    is 204 meters. apply with a brush. promoters ot the plan. .. "', '10.. SS4Sa
    :), .
    f.. -1 lrt I ''L C'! ''
    Apr. 20.-V, 8 D. A. Farm talk.: The tax would apply to every article on our tomatoes, cab- __ t, I 'T.i"h"..'" ".6 Q .
    Apr 22:!-liaising Dairy Calves, A 20-acre winter pasture of oats of general use in the state, bages: other vegetables,gave most r4,. 'h I' "r. S\ "ILbt.ab. .....

    Dr. E. G. Moore assistant editor, grown by a Highlands County from a package of chewing gumto unusual" results-for sue, quality, t: 1... +. I\M .. :.fj) 5 dltr flial.'rr.Jafl.rr.ry:Kieh! ; ,}.,.
    Station. dairyman cut his teed cost 25 per- an automobile. It would entaila taste, states D.J.Thigpen.: Oeor- '-"-'- ., "'TJ '
    Experiment ., .r' ""I COMPARItdudali.ered
    cent for the winter states Louis practically unlimited giana, Ala. "They matured 10 ..' .,,, '" rr 23 U. S. D. A. Farm talk. cost of collection .
    Apr days to:2 weeks earlier." .J .! r Price (. considering
    tv Apr. 21--Food Value of M:lk, II. Alsmeyer county agent. and enforcement, with a Easy this kind of success,with C"I'" rt4 1I ]) P' utomoh.U ..Iun. Ch.v.folet's .
    In animal new state bureau of official checkers Vigorol Better t. YJi ;r 1irerril t .pric*.
    k })r. R. B. Decker, : lawns flowers -. -: ; ; 0 I only reasonable
    I -
    -Is husbandry, experiment Sta- Some of the Sanford celery and snoopers which naturally'' ahrubs. trees too. Complete bal- .pj:;: I -:=;-' -. t:! ? ,J charge*for d.:..."/ erd
    growers wall; plant cotton now that would evolve Into a political ma- a ncecfVigorosuppliesJelements: _. --". .-- IiDUCIC"

    tion.Apr.. 25-U. S. D. A. Farm talk. the celery crop Is off. Cotton was :hlne. It would give continual l an- cf plant food for early growth: i

    + Apr. Reforestation and Tlet- the raised close In of the the Sanford World section War at I noyance to sellers and buyers. It Ins perfect Costs development.only lOc to Clean 20c per,odor-100 I'ou are Cordially Incited to See Our Special Exhibit of the AVtc Chevrolet: Sit

    ter Pastures, W. 10.: Stokes agronomIst and would furthermore vastly increase sq. ft. Sold where you buy lawn
    Experiment Station. the growers made good money the drain of the big! malt order garden supplies. Order today Torode-Ritch
    E from the crop. Cotton Is planted houses on the spehding money of Chevrolet Company

    ({ A club camp In Marlon county and picked before the next celery the people of Florida and give .
    1 for 4-H cluo girls; who cannot attend crop la to be planted and makesa of-state dealers a tremendous '
    t' Ollt-//
    f other vamps In being plan- good catch crop for the growers vantage over the home j VIGOROCOMPLBTB Starke

    t ned by Miss Tlllio Roesel, home an the fertilizer Is already in the It would be bad for the seller, bad Florida

    agent Summer camps offer a ground and Irrigation and drain- for the buyer bad for the effl-1 I j

    A' splendid vacation for rural boys age Is perfect In the Sanford sec lency and Integrity of the state ,SWIFTflc COMPANY product ,

    and girls and give\ an opportunity tion and no boll weevil has madean government bad for everybody G. II. BENNETT QUALITY AT

    Fs for Instruction besides.! appearance. save the few who expect to profit I I Starke, Florida I LOW COST



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    i|II lug and aki--; -the road-;leading- 'year for the non-payment of taxes .....................' NOTICBIn Reddlnh .Walter demon 1I 1\
    I for 1l1..lnlC-.liur.-y I>..wlti Hull 1-7
    LEGISLATIVE NEWS j from tho Intersection of State due for the year In which the landIs Circuit Court, Tweiity-51 sib Juml Mclta.. Ixinnle Crawford.H'or J 1 i V
    I sold. BROOKER < ] Head No. 48 and State Road No. 11118\ IVailo a"l<>rld.... In Clinnceiv.Bradford ; %v. Coleman John 1'ieiatt. L''j
    13, in Starke Bradford county,, / ttulury ('(unity I I Hank, for Hr,,.,kei'-J. J. MOIK II, 10::. !of.
    S A corporal Ion.L'ompltlnanl., Huaen: Ooldwlre ColmmII.. .
    Florida to the stockade of the Another prohibition measure hit ........*.**........0... I). MA r.Chairman.. J 11

    state farm. and thence to State the house when Rep A. W. Weeks v... '
    I Economy measures appearedearlY bill It would be possible to bring Mr. II. P. and'L. tl. Gainey were C. T. Ia.wliorne single and II. B A. J. milFFIS. '
    Koad No. 49 at a point near the Hotmos( offered a bill to prohibit. Illilcnour Secretary. 1-22. 1tJ1 '
    m the house Thursday after suit In tho same action against attending to business In Jackson le'h.n4ants.' : u5
    makers! and indorsers of promissory town of Ralford, Union county the sale barter exchange. manufacture vlile last Wednesday.( It apPearing' dhfll.ulrldnxll appended NO'Pit KIn ,
    body came to order at 10.00; Florida, now designated as public to thn. bill the above ratine, .
    tliiU notes or other negotiable in transportation or possession Mr. A. B. Surrency and son, hat It la believed by complainant H I
    oVIock Representative Hazen, struments. Failure road a state highway. providingfor of intoxicating 1.quors on the i Mall, transuding businessIn that C. T. Lawhorno. one of the de- the Cfiirt of the County .Ju to include were .'
    Iin and fop' lliadford '. State
    ''01111) ofIN"TIHJ
    ondantH naiiuul In said In
    Introduced a bill toJV1ih the construction of same by the vaiinv. a
    Unitlford makers and Indorsers in one action streets or highways of the state. Starke last Thursday.Mi1 .Ion-resilcii( or olllsen of the State ;:' 1U'1
    the positions of automo- would not relieve those not state of Florida and making an The bill shall in no manner modify and Mrs. Lyon Crosby and '. .f Florida( that bin last known ad- OF ; HATTKK OF THE BHTATkl !
    tress IH Mauk. State of Oenrirla 1
    bib 1 license tag Inspectors and : sued of liability.If appropr.atlon: therefor. Committee -.] or change the present state prohibition baby, and Mr. P. A. Crosby were at
    gnHollno: Inspectors In .the state. A on roads and highways. Mill law the author of the I attending to business In Starke I ">e ,In over twenty-ono years of.age; I r. Pitch'Hecoaned.To JJ'j i
    That there 'In no pernon In I the Matt
    few minutes& later, he Introduced all legislation affecting by Senator Knabb: An act placinga bill pointed out, but the purpose last Tuesday. f Florida, known to complainant.Nervlre nil ,cnrditom. UsriKoes, dlKIr "
    prospect revenue measure certain portion of road No. 49. lawbreakers of a unbpoeria. uponhum ''Hreax. and all p.., won buying" r \
    aiini er school teachers ot the measure is to deter MI' Norman Pnrrlnh was transacting .
    Is passed at this would bind I tho fOP Id Itcf<'l1 nrtivlci.n.8' for the levy of license session of tho assembly these on the preferred list. Committee In the use of the high business in Graham last IT IS TIIKItKKOUH: ] (HtHKItRn, : ;
    admission tickets sold for : overworked on road and highways. built at That C. T. l.nwhorn, unlit defendant You mil. snub of you, are herebynotified / I
    taxes oa and underpaid public ways and thoroughfares Wednesday. ind he I IM herebv required i to aiipon' and re'|Ulietl to pr, Kent any )I j I.
    piiKlllstlii) )\ exhibitions and for benefactors will have their turn great expense for legitimate trade Mr. Allen Greene and Mr. I. W. '") .the hill of j complaint (tied In raidaiiHe I lalniH I mid I tie. .11I11'1"h"'h' you oreither \

    hurst' and
    \bill the revenue from the 10 per ough, asks legislation! providing ho dealer in gasoline or petroleum abiding citizens. First offenders ness In Starke last Tuesday.Mrs. ,'I.." the allocation-. of mild bill will i. Hilld deceaHcd I being poitu. time I ,* \':
    > .known and ...
    more >e taken na confessed' by said d- I more fully ilcsi'p'lhod ,
    taxed not
    ,iunt: tax would be general revenue sick leave with pay for the in products be against the proposed law on conviction A. F. Raulerson of Okee- fendant. NRL.NON) T. HITCH. late! of Hriullor.l ""j
    fund l of the state and the county than three cents on each gallon. face a fine of $500, or ; time IP IS: FimTHHH: OHDKHKn.: That 1 County Vlorldii, to the Honorable ,.
    structors. choboe' Is spendng some ,
    11.i order I hi* puhllitliHil I I once a week OeorK" A. liinllner County Juditeof '
    from which the funds were received ninety days in ja'l and second offenders here with her parents !Mr. and. for four conaefutlva. week. In Itrad- Bradford County at hilt oil,< .' 'lu : t :
    that shall McLin. of Leon has secured '.rd County, Teleirrapli,. at 81uke. the Hi..iki,> 'I
    provision no person three
    of 000
    $1 or .
    Relief for outlying residents of a fine !Mrs. H. P. tlalney. Florida > ,' 3rnOt': ;.Ir..I\.Io'w,: ,; l1? "
    I h, ,l.r .11.. red to take out a hunting mushroom towns is sought by Fullerton passage of h's; bill providing for )ears imprisonment at the state Mr. and !Mrs. R. !M. Galney Miss' \V ".VI2SH the ...'"lor thin <,court aniltto 1 months from I the flute of the flrnt f
    license In his own pre- licenses for non-residents selling I the nume of (!7.V.. Alilernian, publication hereof All i 1..",,- amiidematiilfl I
    ,,lr fiwlilng of Vol usia. In his bill relating penitentiary. Lois Galney and Miss\ JosephineChes"el' Clerk of Couit thin the 3rd day of not presented within the
    !III i wit-. > contained In another bill to territorial I'mlts!' of cities. farm products In Leon county. The ", were visiting In Gainesville April. .\. 1 n. 19U": : time and In th<* niiinnei, III"> iilxd, j
    Bradford county Is aimed at the protection ci. w. Af.nFHMAN' herein nhall. be baried a* p- <"> m ,i
    ,ir.-rtd by the In those districts limits of it is measure Sheriffs of Florida have Joined last Friday night. (SHAD'!I ) Clerk Circuit Court. by law .

    i" pruai) nuUlve. He offered anoth- Impossible for the munclpallty to of home products. the ranks of the rapidly growing Mrs. R. 'V.. Branncn and baby Solicitor A. S. Cnl fur\\'R. rmtfd, Marc-h *. A. n. I IU9!' !
    Complainant. Tilt ATLANTIC NATIONAL HANK
    ,.i I. Kitme 1 measure! providing that Install list of officials facng! cuts III sal Sunday here with 4-5-5I-B-3 ()ii.. JACKHONVILU':. An
    necessary public Improve- T'aul'ne spent Ki.utor ;
    _ _
    _ _
    urn, on shall hunt upon the land Requiring all motor vehicles\ ares and fees by action of the legislature Mr. and Mrs. II. P. -- _a of the f.&ustVill and TtMt.nm, .m t <>t ',. ,
    mi) ments and
    utilities four-fifths of when hor parents r u'I'ie'l': 10 111.1.) t'piui.l ,\M N. '\1'. Hitch also| known as Nelson
    ui niii'tlier' without the owner of the people would be empowered to to come to a full stop approaching as Rep. William V. Al- Onlney. t'UI'1IUI'UIUI: T. Ultvh. 11 11JO'l'itia

    he lan<4 being present or having school buses would berequired bury. Monroe county, submitted a Louis Shriver cy w o. nooxnn' *'L
    i \( apply! for exclusion from the city Mr. and Mrs. \ Jill Vit'eId., ut f fI
    given' a written order permitting !I limits. under a measure by bill to tile house trimming! ap'. 'ipent Sunday In Jacksonville with creditor N'otlca;,In eHratetH hereby. I DlHti given( .Iliuteen that and nil \\2-8-01.1\.3._ _ _< :

    such iiunllug. A third game I Peoples, of Snwannee. The measure proximately 50 per cent from fees friends and relatives.Mr. til I perHonn' hnvltiff1 clalniM' I, atfaliiHt I ftV FINAI llM&Il.tit.l!' : ] I
    for distinctive dress the estate of Harvey At. Hnyder. de-I :.. !
    would a sheriffs.
    Hazen permit provides
    iiu-asuro\ by Andrews of Union asks that now being collected by Lee Thomas and Mr. and cciiMed. are hereby requited, i 1 to ,present .
    residents to fish In any waters in road 49, from Turkey Creek. near for the buses. One of the few Items not reducedat Mru. Frank Thomas of Hellbronn the Kama duly aiithentl"ated to daya Notice after In dnte hereby hereof given I will that file Blxty my ',
    the County Jutltca of Itiadford
    tIt slate without license.A Ralford to state road No.1. at least 50 per cent Is mileage allowance Springy; passed through hero lastS Florida, at his otTlce In the county court- 11 nuI account and voucher aa. Kx-,
    The bill placing operation of which reduced from lioutte. In the City of iai-kn. within cantor of the lOatate of W. Kllory
    ,* was .
    be the ad ,
    Macclenny placed on pre- U ay. Diivlx deceaaed. with the Honorable
    from dot IhlH
    '0""r thereof or
    bill by Stewart of Fernandina ferred Ihlt.Senator. motor buses under the railroad hap 12 1-2 cents to 10 cents. The ma Mr. II. P. Galney and children notice; will be held,! In bur, thereto Oeo. A. Cjnrdlner, County Judge ot '

    vms passed: abolishing justice of made Its house appearance. The jor Item unchanged In the bill i Is were transacting business in Waldo and all persons Indebted to Raid "8- Bradford for hi. approval County and Florida my ,final and dla aalc ,

    peace courts in counties where King of Orlando seeks bill was offered by Grady, of Ala- the fee of $5 for calling a grand last Sunday.Mr. tate forthwith are required to the unilemlKtied to pay the admln-Ham charge This lat aw auch day of I Executor.March. 1929.JCUl.liUX \

    there are county courts. Another chua. jury or petit Jury.Representative and daughter let rillor. '
    to force Governor Carlton's handIn L. R. Galney Thin the 10th dRY of March A. D. M. DAVIS
    measure by Stewart affecting justices completng! : the personnel of the '.olr;, spent Sunday in Jacksonvillewith 1929. 3-l-9t-4-28. Executor
    authorizes them Speaker Oetzen of Sumter. G. Tram- A. 8. CltelWB.Administrator .
    of the Clyde
    peace and relatives.
    state road His friends .
    department. bill
    of estate ofIlnrvey NO'llCH OF FINAL III1C1IAKGK!! ,
    to try el'l m.nal cases In counties If adopted would require the department wants to abolish auto tag agencies mell Hroward. would prohibit the Mrs. T. P. Ward and( daughter. M Snyder, duceaoei -

    without criminal courts. to re-adopt Its 1929 budget and( place the distribution of license staging of all Sunday amusements Stellmae were visiting In Lake 3-22-9t-5-17. Sixty, daya after data hereof on
    plates In the hands of countytax Is charged. ac- to-wlt; the lat day ot May, 1929. I
    admission :
    within forty-five days after where Butler last Monday.Mr. ,
    collect NO'llfll 1 OK KI.KCTIOMBy : : the undernlirneil Executrix of thaLrfiat -
    Motorists of Florida who attempt appointment of the fifth memberof collectors. They would cord'ng to provisions of a bill he J. B. Russ was transacting Will and Testament of the Ba, ,

    ( to mix alcohol and gasolinewill the board. The measure states twenty-five cents for issuing presented! to the legislature.: The business in Starke last Friday the power vested., In them by tate at present James my I*. vouchers Phillips, and decoaaed.will final i {l i-

    llnd the endangering of human epch tag. all religious bodies.A visiting the laxva of }Florida the Hoard of account to tha lI..n..r..bl.0.. A.litrdlner. .iI
    there has been no appointmentfrom bill exempts !Mr. Henry Brown was ubllc Instruction. of 1ruii rri County ,
    lives on this state's highways the fourth congressional district fine of $500 qr Imprisonment 'n Gainesville last l Friday night.; rallM an election .to tie held at the County: ..'I..rldland County J Iitig uak" of for llrndfont hla ap- '. ,,.

    &'. to ua treated lightly no longer as required by the act creating A measure Is now being prepared for a period of six months Is provided Mr. II. P. and L. It. Galney were following 1929.!) for I named the purpose placou of on April electing I 20 Provuti and, my discharge aa auuli I.i .:
    ctxet'unix.This '
    II u bill being prepared for Sena- the department. and will soon be introduced by in the measure.A : : ransarting business la Starke last three trualevH each\ nnd,. determining lat day of Vnrch.. 1121!! '
    the mlllaffe to bo as."d In eaihdlxtrlct.
    tell 1 r. ". K.ng, of Orlando Is pass- a South Florida representativewhich Friday.< LOU ANNA atllFFIS. ;

    tdyat, llus legislative session. The I Bill by Senator Adams will makeIt will seek *to abolish the I I constitutional amendment exnipt'iig Misses Donle Mae! and Avoy For the the ptirpone. of holding, Rnldolecllon fol- 3ttl26 __ LOxecutrlx. .I

    bill will provide that the intoxicated unlawful for any person firmor state motor vehicle departmentand heads of fam'lles from Crawford are spending some timen low: managers are an NO'a'll'l' OF I"1.UI'ICII.UGIiJ!'

    motorists license is forfeited' merge affairs of that office taxes to the extent of For ThareHHii, -O. W UlnHon. Al-
    corporation to sell, or In any personal Wade. holt Hnlllvan C1..v,land Sullivan.For Notice la hereby given thnt Sixty:
    upuii .> conviction in a municipal other manner, by gift or otherwise with the comptroller's department. $[iOO. was presented by Representative Mrs. I'd: Crawford and children Rlnrl.-I.'rl'll Kcott. A. J. duya after date hereof 1 will ills my
    will be unable to obtain I and II. S. McKenzle. last Sun- Thomax I J. F., Klukllter. llruil ,account und Vouchers aa a<&-
    und! Turner Lacrosse
    lie in
    our dispose of any beef mutton, pork county worn visiting! For Lawley: I --J, U Ilarroll; J. II.Mooro mlnlalrutor of tho lOxtalo: citV.. A.
    % : uiii.ilier for at least a year. or any other green meat whatsoever Walter McLin of Leon I Putnam. An enabling act for this (day: afternoon.M" .Inn,.... Unnler Jrlbhln, deceHHeil. with the Honorable -
    b'll: which he plans For IIt'ool.IYII-J.I I P. I'mliietl.I J. S. (Ion. A. lardiner. County JudRaof
    has prepared a -
    of the license presented by Ueprerontatlve visiting In
    'i 1111' ivouition" from, or in market measure was \ : II. P. Gnlney' was ,
    any I I Uilner" Jr. It. C. llelbrrwer.For llrndford Florida I and axle
    tt'ium. l IIL unuiud.ately reported to grocery or any business establishment to Introduce In the house early A.V.. Weeks Holmes. Lake Butler last Sunday. l'iIy-.i. I.. UnUvrhlll.; Britt for his approval) ;: : : and my final dlaiharirB .

    tin' t, tiu tag: department and the whatsoever unless the said next week providing that all state Provisions of the act call for the Mr. !? M. Hazen and son, Alph ,'I I..r'andprlllllI.cures, Joo .1 o(Ii H 51)11... I.. {Conner Ker- ThU lat aa dav such of admlnlBtrotnr.March 192!9.

    i.u ," il retailed and destroyed: beef, mutton pork, or other kind owned automobile shall be required proposed[ amendment to be submitted were visiting In Starke last Friday.! by CrewM. Ham Whltehead. I5UWAUU 1-i. tlltlllHMQ, jc
    ,IP.i iiKilhrotin-, l ii tlreen. Prew 3.-Ot-4-t| !! Admlnlntrntor. f
    regular license tag p4
    treatment to pay the electors of the state of Lake Butler
    said that
    ::;'nator King: of green meats\!, have been kept after to Mrs. Brannen I '
    ni i u u.iii< eruua motorist who having been receved: by the fee as! well as property tax. Mr. at the general election In 1930. wan visiting here laitt Sunday. t

    uses alcohol.cs while at the steerIng said person, firm or corporation McLlno declares that revenues G. W. Ilnzeii returned home for

    wucdi is ridiculously easy and and cut and carved Into retail mer- amounting to a quarter of a million Senator: Futch, In his hill to the week-end last Friday. The 'Telegr.aphS

    he is allowed to escape in most chantable meat within the en- dollars Is being lost to the abol'sh the office of bond trustees Mr. C. C. Matheny of \Madisonwas ,

    Instances with the forfeiture of a closure of a fly-proof screened state at present from the 3,307 another measure recommended! by visiting hero last Friday' and
    exempt automobiles and 180 motorcycles Cailton in his messageto J
    Ughi bond. apartment. Governor Saturday.
    'n the state operated by the legislature, would amend Messrs. Milton and It. L. Brown-

    fJ 7 irti-r(\ provisions of Chappell's mil by Senator Johns. declar- public officials. present statutes to require registration lee of Starke were transacting You

    of bonds by t the state treasurer. bus'nens here last Monday.Mi 3

    .... .. Efforts of Stephens of Hamilton and( to provide that money's -. L. A. Brown and BOH, Art- ,
    a .-_ .- ----- --- -.- _:n.-_.. ,...." ".... : of a me-
    -yn to secure adoption collected for payment of Interest ford were t transacting business In
    morial to congress ashing the fed- funds be turned over
    and sinking Slarke! last Monday
    How to PlayBRIDGE eral government to fix by lawa to the state treasurer for disburse Messrs. Johnnie Douglass; Norman tf.i1toBk&

    minimum price on cotton at 20 ment. Provisions of the bill Par'sh end Charley Kelley f1iyfagazmes

    cents per pound today caused a would apply to county and special were all business visitors to Gra-

    mild sensation in the house. He district bonds. ham last Tuesday.

    sought unanimous consent to --- a Mr. and Mrs. I n. F. lIazen of

    iScrtes waive the rules and pass the"mE'as- 4..v .0 ..... Gainesville visited the former's '

    1 1928-29 by ure at once. Stokes of Bay en- mother here Sunday. erChoicc B*, i

    I ? Wynne Ferguson tered an object'on: and the without memorial : ZIFF : M. V.: Hazen of Hawthorne / : Of I

    won to the calendar Tor. business.
    I Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" .. \Miss. Opal I.rwli.!! rpent Tuesday here on '

    __ reference.The ....... He reported quite a blow In that
    s-ir -- a -----------.c ............... .
    ( section Monday blowing up beans
    Jr. senate highway committee Purvis Lews! of Jacksonville, and causing havoc generally. AngMaazrnesadThk

    is on record as opposed to any attempt spent Sunday here with his parents R. T. Osteen I In spending this
    ARTICLE No. 26
    to disturb the. .exiting. first__u Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis week in Jacksonville on bimsinosuS.Mrs. ,

    II .,- have you heard or redoubled,what should B do? Should and second preferential roau sys-i Mr. and Mrs. II. }O1. Thomas son Gerald Adklns Is visitingher % 1'' I IJII1.

    players nay, uiler some bad play or hi J he leave in his partner's double or tern. It unanimously has adopted Floyd. and Miss:: Khoda Thomas mother In Lake Butler- thB \

    that liaa cost a !game: or rubber, "'i he should he bid three hearts? B certainly a resolution confirming the present all of Jacksonville spent Sunday
    c.nU never They scorn to should bid three hearts. His hand cannot has week.
    torgive" which It says Mr. and
    highway system here with her parents, and T. P. Ward
    think that if they or their partner taea: trick at cluos and yet is very of the raul Stewart .
    in.i Ve a bad play or bid and lobe th. lcnnce valuable at hearts. This tak-out by u become the fttod policy Mrs. J. U. "Thomas.Mr. motored to Gainesville on business 1

    lor game tr.d 1 ru'iucr, they ore I should bj madii\ irrespective of a redouble state. Preamble of the resolution' and Mrs. O. AV. Rivers and Tuesday afternoon. tJ p peF

    S "> to lose the rubber evcitiiaih.. by Y. I slates there Is approximately 1. little daughter/; Selma of Lawtey, Emery; Hazen went up In Georgia jI.iIi.a. I '.'

    N chint is further from the fact. Your A's hand was as follows: *. 000 miles! of firbt and second preferential spent the last of this week in here Sunday night returning Mon: JSttSSb.Witi&

    op, o"'"-nla are j.j it ai apt to d\e \ou I' ".rts- A, K, 10.5.4 roads to lie completed. It with Mrs. Rivers' father, Mr. J. II. with load of tobacco plants. .- f"Gw. Ot.JrL.'J' J- ;i 5''

    another chance by an equally bad! rlay Clubs A, J, 10, 6 will require five years for this Kelley. day a doing ( ,
    or bid 1)iamonda-A 6 Crops In this section are '
    anU '
    if tion't
    chances! ot ,winning.even are they just the,same.your Spades- 9, 4 work and it will need all the revenues Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and children fine. Beans squashes, cukes and | r x : ;\l

    I he bad play or bid can have ro Should A have doubled three club now being receved: by the of Graham were visiting Irish potatoes 'are being shipped.! Biiri g ttrtlMfa*'**" V I : i't i, \, S

    effect oa your mathematical' chancesof with this hand? It looks safe enough to State Road Department. relatives here Sunday.Mr. Louis Shrlver attended to business $Z2S ,\1 fI

    winning the rubber. Furthermore it do so, but the bidding should indicate and Mrs. J. B. Thomas! Mr. in Starke Monday t1I'I. VS

    ia very bad from the point of view of a freak hand and therefore should warn Hazen of Bradford would relieve and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daughter ; -S HOME H>OEte f- ,

    psychology to get an idea iiito, tour A not to double. A should consider: citizens of the necessity of Hazel, spent last Sunday afternoon Winter Garden Quarters la ,
    mind that "With what of hand would Z be raJCJOi
    licked that 'the I
    you are type '
    securing licenses to hunt in their with Mrs. Thomas' sister, Pounds Motor Company building ( <
    cards never forgive". When you feel justified in bidding. three clubs? lie Sin- Don't pass up flub: unheard hr'M!r
    you are licked you frequently are and must hold' at least seven to the King home precincts. As probably there Mrs. Jim Surrency of Brooker. remodeled for occupancy by of bargain tnoutfi reading! lor t I

    are certainly not as strong an opponent Queen and probably no hearts; and he will be little hunting in the populous !Mrs. Dock Waters and little son, clair Oil _Company. ___ ___ the whole lan-ily-awlda variety J
    as you are when you just feel in your and his partner probably hold aU the city wards the fellow living In passed through our section Sunday Ntl.l] '. -.oi '%. of high cla'3' pr.eaz'ne'S;' I

    bones that you are bound to win." top cards in the other suits." If such is the country has the advantage or enroute to Jacksonville.Mr. JSOTIfn. OP SIIKHIKK'S 1aJ all at a pr.ca to l.t your Docket:

    Here is an actual example 'l te writer the case. A can expect to make only brother. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal and tJ booh. Don't fail to take I ---.--.-- I ,
    noticed. the other night at one of the three clubs tricks and the ace of dia his city Under and by vltrue of an PXDCU-. SUquiF i ig advnnageofthsir.oney.savIng;
    York Card Clubs: A player who' monds. At most he can hope to defeat little daughter, Marion Lee of lion Ixrnied out of and under the H. ul ,*>> opportunity. No nod to wait ,f
    of folk countv -
    reputation of being very lucky I'I'a r the three club bid by one trick only.In Senator T. J. Knabb of the 29th Craham, spent last Sunday here of 1 Florida the circuit under court date of January 7. DS renewals wrll! fro extended: h

    -n easy play for game and rubber, other words a double of three clubs district would raise pensions for with their parents. 1928 wherein C. J. MI>rrl..on. ilulnK ;* -4 Irom elate of present c plration.' 'f .
    but dubbed only to gain 50 points if it their returned )UMineiia na 'Morrlnon Tire Hervlce", Itir-
    it. His partner was a can hope Confederate veterans or Miss Thelma Stokes and Jo Hrennan Inc., But don't tfolay-! this Is a
    fighter and, instead of saying "the wins and will cost the rubber if it loses. widows from the present rate of home last Sunday after a week's tv eorporatton: la df"ndant, I have; ited ofier that way be with- '

    cards never forgive", said, The odds are about ten to one against month to 950, in a bill introduced visit at Graham with her grandparents levied upon and Mrlll error and bent for liiI.der mile. iii:: ; tl'awn at any time. Eettvr fend j
    mind, partner your mistake will just the double, so it should not be made.In $40 a '''and all to the hlirhrat :5CUU1iV YOl.U'OlfdCI.t'OnAV-Leloro, ; you ,
    would Urennan'n rami>
    I. W. Dyal. Joe
    his measure Mr. and Mrs. for cash at
    make the rubber bigger for us". Sure the actual play, A doubled three today mile east of Hrookpr. llradfordcounty sJoBlIAL toreHt '.,' *
    Y redoubled and B Y Z veterans having residedIn Mr. and Mrs. Ward of Lake One the flrat Mon- .'t { 'I1 i d dj'
    clubs to -
    enough passed. ,
    the hands
    on next three they apply -nI------: -c-vP
    li'.I.ldl't'ZI being _ _ _ _ _ a '
    won penalties of 600 points, 400 points made three clubs redoubled! game and the state for eight years. Widows Butler passed through here one icy of ; month same and I a 1
    Bald -
    the 6th day of
    and made a four club bid doubled. rubber, while A B could have scored who married subsequent to day last week. wnl "..I.." duv. anI, l>etw..pn t 1"1
    They thus won at least 1,000 points three hearts. The tremendous loss on 1 1927 would not bo en- Mm. II. O. Rivers of Lawtey, hours of eleven o'rlock. A. M, this hand was due to two errors: first June two o'clork. I I' M. "f. mild. day. the '
    by the
    smore mistake.
    one player's titled to pension benefits. spent the last of this week In here following described real ".t"te ai. 3
    You will find that it doesn'tpay to A's double; and second to B's pass Jon ,
    soon out with her sister Mrs. J. W. Lewis.!! ..., pn-Derty of tile defendant, J "
    to become discouragea just because of the dotibV Think over this hand ''trwnnan, Inc. to satiety. nulJ Sc.- I
    your partner makes a mistake. Old very carefully, for the piinciplcs discussed Counties desiring to do so may Miss Virile Thomas of Jacksonville cutlon and coata. i-Mvlt: ".' I

    u.ry: Luck once she decide to distribute come UD constantly nnd every !Issue! an additional tax of three passed through here Sunday I :2 IT I Wiiifona.H,.""" Tfllttl on Wheels, I All.ubaerlpUonsor.IoraluIlyqur.; I IGenll.m.

    her favors, docs so without re- player shoul? understand .thoroughly' gallon on gasoline for enroute to Brooker. \v. .r. KPPRHSO.V.Sheriff : r ;
    cents per FluildaUHKItMAN nt I wMi to take advinlaK ef far Maiuln Bargain Oll'er. Ian ;
    Rird i to merit. The axiom "The cards their proper application. the retirement of. bonds or the Messrs. J. II. and Frank (iroover of nradfurd T, TAVI.IJII County, tnelmlnrr' the sbor* nmoant In p.m.nl for a en. y...r eulucrlptlan te 01. j
    nev>r fori ve" must therefore: tie u.s-' Here are two hand of a slightly different -I of roads and bridges were attending to business in : Winter. ;Maven, Fin.Attornrv roar payer anti th. i I>'E: llaguiate 1 hire _0.1I >' ', '
    construction '
    Carded type: for t'lajntlT./ 4-I2-4t-5j-3? .I
    bU: offered by Itep- Starke last Saturday afternoon.Mr. .. \
    There has in according to a. II
    been discussion
    some; Problem No. 39 T. C. Merchant, Madi- and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and !'!IO'I'U'IOF' IMTIOV! TO i I'I'I.Y'I' '' Name .-..-___..__ ._.._.... )'
    articles as to business doublet resenatlve KOIl B.*..:(.1 \V. sii.: iii.kTIO' "
    tint! as to the type of hand that war. HeartsK I Q. 4 sou. The power( of assessing" this daughter. Lula Mae were shoppingin KOIl tirV 01' MI'tltliM .r',, ,

    Until a business! double; and second, : Y : Clubs-. ,10,9 tax and discontinuance thereof Starke last Saturday. I' S t. or "PD.. ..__.._.._.._.... I .,,,' .i

    the type of hand that justifies a takeout A 13 : I>iamondsQJ.9'Z 4 with the boards of county There will be services at Little Notice la hereby given! to all whom I ,

    ,of a partner's business double. ::- : SpudeaQJl0No commissioners rests In the various counties Rock Saturday and Sunday. Everybody It will may have concern prepared that and the und r..rii
    T no following hand illustrates these avail themselves invited to attend. of Special Ijffflalatlon for I f o l American Poultry Journal [U Good -
    desiring to of i'irIIc.at .
    principles the 'lty of Stark State
    : dealt bid
    If Z
    - rubber game. O American Swineherd World'l
    score 0 I lorn
    to raise fundsin S the regular aeanlan of 1929 IMKIxlature. *
    : Hearts-9, 8, 7, 6,2 one no trump A doubled and Y pasted, of the opportunity Plans for a $250.000 fishing and a bill to arnaiiii aub-aectlon. I o l Capper's rormer 0 I : I
    V j Clubs -4 what should D do? Solution in the next this manner. disclosed (b) of $.ctlon Seven of the City of.
    An : Diamonds J. 7, 5,3 bathing club project were Htarke :' being Chapter" F I O Dairy Farmer Q Modern\ J4.
    : Z 10 7 5 article. by the Miami Beach Rod 1342$ paaaed Ier.yA the )927 Leglcia-l l Q Everybody'. Poultry Magazine D
    : Spade- Bill by Senator Watson: To tu.e to extend the power set forthIn .
    ------- Problem No. 31heartsK Section 984 of the Compiled and Reel club last Saturday following aald ,aub-aeetlon tn Include for D Farm K: Fireside 0 Peopl.'. : .
    No" score, rubber game. Z dealt and bid amend purchase of an ocean front alr-portn or any other purpose for O Farm lift 0 People'.
    7 General Laws of 1927 relating welfare and upbuJluInK of the
    one club A bid Y bid no Q the
    one heart one site near Thirty-third street, Miami City of Stark. O Farm Journal 0 Standard V
    Y and
    : : of taxes
    trump and D passed. B'a in this C.b.-6 to assessment amend auh-aactlon (J) of
    pass A $100,000 clubhouseand Also to :3 Fruiu tt: Garden
    nand! j is very questionable. His proper Diamonds- K. Q, 8 : A B. sale of lands. previously sold to aectlon Sight: of .ul.l city charter D Successful: *
    pid undoubtedly three heart,to block Spades-K, 10, 9, 7, 6, 5 : Z : the state for non-payment of $30,000 pier 700 feet long to read Interaat Not more where than It now Seven read percent n Gentlewoman Magazine O Woman'. $ 9 F Ft
    f further if Y Z. will be completed this summer.
    bidding possible by .
    that all seven per .en t.
    and providing
    After B', pIUs Z bid two clubs A bid No score, rubber game. If Z eale! and taxes, S OS1 CITY OF
    two hearts and Y and B passed. Z bid bid one spade, what oixould: A dot lands sold to the state for taxes Dade City 290-acre vegetable STAItKW.C
    three in the next article. be assessed each and every By C. P. IIOOVErt.
    club and A doubled. If Y passed Solution shall farm located here. 4-S-St-5-3 Ita Chairman
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    Bradford County Telegraph I 1 r East Coast?--New Port Ilichey "daddled" ten bills. Introduced In slip from house to house, selling state are protesting compel i IU|-,'",f

    News. Dunno, "Telegraph Starke." he Senate Suturday while Sena- this or that and in many (cases the state prison farm. I ln-n, !: ,l(1

    Established 1877 I From Other Pens \ -Palutka Times Ilt-nild. 01' John' name appears In seven openly deliver their chattels at the state that the products mllrh",1", ,|
    time of sale. In this state from thin farm
    L ,
    I ----- ----- an- ,,
    lie Better nt
    __ same day. watch these
    Bill Pepper. is spending the These people pay no license the a. drop In the bucket as comp.u' ,.,
    : Published Weekly! on Fridays; and Entered as Second Class .wo boys-the promlsclous Intro- houses they represent do not Intend with the amount of the )
    The first paragr.apher who calls week at the Holllns Institute of wmic 1'1'',,",.
    Iw i::' Matter at the I'os.t Office at Starke, Florida the legislature a three-ring circus I Salesmanship.! --Gainesville Daily luctlon of b Us and the passages for them to pay a license but ducts brought Into the state. rnm, !
    the whyfora nil of GovernorCanton's figure on grabbing all the money other states for
    E. S. Matthews__ ___ __ _n.___ __ ___ Owner and Publisher will get put out of the ShorlllneLeague. I Sun. Going to run for Justice of they can get and getting away Justas Statistics will consumption show thnt
    I .-Times-Union. Why the I the pence Bill?Sturke Tele- sleepless nights and thim'

    ? J. C. Robinson __ -.. ___. ______ Managing Editor I rings; grnph. Justices of the peace are nightmares over the taxpayer's quickly as possible. Is over $1,000,000 per month ,01)f
    -i:: : __ .1 I someth'ng Gainesville "ain't got audition. Maria nna. Times- Personally (the Invasion nail, operation -' poultry products and several nnl-.
    -- -
    I of these people does notfOrte.t
    Starko growers found that none of," HO to spel (.'-Gainesville Courier. Senator Johns Is Brad- loll dollars per month of dMV,
    SUBSCRIPTION KATE us or our business. but It products, meats and :
    strawberries are gold berries! \ Daily Sun. :lord's senator and he proposes" to veRi'tahii, s
    does the of
    $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable] in Advance Gainesville Dally Sun. And the 0- cgtalatfve existing laws out of existence infringe upon rights brought Into thin state for t,1.,,,i,
    Yearly, ; our merchants and our local industries -
    leaves the same shade of greenbacks A Florida fact: The first trunk rather than create new sumption. In my Judgement, th.l()!
    Advertising Rates on Application. line railroad 'In Florida was constructed ones. : who are tax payers and could bo little competition j in,
    .. i Hindis and for this reason we repeat -
    -.-- between Kernandina! and -0- what we shall sell here at 1"'l4t'.
    I The Gainesville Cedar Key. It through our commendation for Brad
    Sun passed
    SUgg'RtSIthat Hev. until I Florida produces
    Sidney J. Calls, former enough
    Will another year slip] by without a county fair in Bradford possibly the republicans will .'Gainesville. Gainesville Daily ford's sheriff and advocate the such products for her ,,nf.
    governor of Florida. has been !fu- < "II.sumptlon.
    bo able Sun.. And Starke. Bradford
    to heal the -
    Dean-Skipper. splendid example he has set, ho
    ? split with banana oil.-It'll take ,: County Telegraph.; Where has It dl ted by the federal grand juryIn followed by'' others. Palntka .
    p-- more than tung oil. gone?-Kustls Lake Region. It Jacksonville on the charge! of : Rerently, congress passed a "II
    c ; I hasn't It is bUll Times-Herald. wh'ch when -It becomes ,
    ----o- gone. going.Cialnesvllle "aiding; and ab'ettlng In cOllnter-1 effniiit"
    First candidate for governor in 1932 ]has made his ap The Duval sheriff! who Haw no ; Dally Sun. feltlll ." Its our 1 ---- .-- will practically! prohibit the Mhii.|.

    I. gambling at Kennpy Park wasn't. --0- ';ome sUck rascals' have made a ping into 01 her, states any prndtnis

    pearance.. near-sighted. Palatka Times- Negro preacher was trying to dupe of the old man.Ve very I grown or manufactured by prl'on
    --o Herald. l'robably a local Infec explain; the ''fury of hell to his Lc 1
    labor. I have also
    much doubt Hint lIe would know heard It HUM.
    tion. congregation.!; "You all Is seen
    Catts made true statement when he said oJUI'l'TJIo".IU t that labor should
    Ex-governor a --- ---- I I0 'melten Iron runuln' out from a ingly break the law.-Palm Beach prison not! liim! ">

    he could raise a million dollars for a bond if it was needed. Love marriage; and lament was furnace, ain't you?" he asked. Independent The ex-govcinor I been used In the construction ,"I,f four

    ' o I the theme song of the column of Heads nodded In the COnKflgatiOIl.j unquestionably has more political prison bulld'n'! ?, for uhcii,
    ,I (dltorlul puraRraphers In the ""'.eIL" the -, 1 enemies than any man In the there was $300.000 appropriate, .

    During Sanford's "lie kind to animals week" some of the North Marlon News last week.- "dey uses dat 8illtr-f i ilC'e creamIn state. He terms the present prowoutlon : : Till: HIGHWAYS We have completed and urn nv iv

    married men stayed out until the wee small hours of themorning' Ocala Banner That is the orderin de place I am talkln' about." : "a frame up." Only sworn to move Into a $ l,2i 0,000 phnit,
    which: the three -Exchange.
    I run ---0--- evidence will disclose the fa'ts.-- The Bradford County Telegraph by using prison labor.
    --- .0.-- Tallahassee This Idea of ,
    Dally from
    o-- I I Three Florida sheriffs take Tallahassee Democrat tells of blindfold jour The --0-- debris along highways and products manufactured and Krmvn(
    test, quadruped w 113; I "Great Sponge Area. our
    Prohibition agents from Tampa slipped< up on the Silver Kqulne places; Canine shows. sponging area might be said to cover The strawberry growers In th's then leave beaiitifyliipt to nature hy prisoners brought to Its fliui, ,

    Slipper and the guests of the roadhouse slipped out of the Reach for a ticket Instead of a the entire state.-Starke Tele- spot Ion of t the state are In the the results will bo more lasting analysis would mean that prison
    i warrant. Not bet In midst of harvesting one of the best would be incarcerated
    a a race- ers In lld.--.
    r windows. graph. But the class of sponges and satlsyfiug. And that \Is good
    track.-p. E. II. 1 In Tampa Tribune. berry crops they have grown In ness and supported by the .
    take in everything advice; but why not go' further tin
    0-- 0---- ,you suggest reveral yearn and one of the most ,
    I and give noth.'ng: out. Tallahassee profitable. The quality of the ber- and plant shrubbery? Cows love to raven of t the state.
    must modern
    : Daytona Beach )police chief banishes: the "half and half" a girl Dally Democrat. ,"n.. |1M nol and Improves with the browse off such also they find It Would It not be much bettor t in',

    ,. style of bathing suits. He probably has in mind the half-on, I the who says mind.driving: Starke mules improves --0-- later pickings. If there Is not too good to brush off flies Xvlth. What utilize I their labor which would |I">
    ... I -- Telegraph. I much rain the crop w'll: continueI :'f do break off few much lens expensive to HIP ti\
    .. ; half-off I Reading) of any daily paper Impresses they a
    style.If Which of is hard the
    course on I
    I some time yet. Owing to the payers, and which would keep t tin-
    with the fact that you can plant some
    I any one
    ---o--- mule.--Cross City News. mild winter the crop I Is two or I minds
    )o'iorldlshould be the garden of i three weeks earlier than more. Honeysuckle and roses prisoners occupied
    -o-- I j
    our farmers can bs: interested in growing of onions, Florida Is bound to make goodas the forty-eight states. Starke I which means that the 119UOI//should be set along fences as Yours very trulv I .

    .i I they will eventually have another crop closely competing with a rubber producing, state with .I Telceranh. Just now Leon county I getting a good price for the berries. goats seem to enjoy the perfume; J. S. IILITC" '.

    : strawberries in amount' netted. to> many miles of bathing beaches. j j is aspiring to he the vineyard of Some claim that they got at any rate they don't growl about Superintend, mITardsurfacing .
    Uiudford County Telegraph. At1, half the nation. --- Tallahassee enough for their first picking to the thorns' as they nibble the .---- -

    : p.t last employment for the drug store Dally'Democrat. pay for the plants and fertilizer: young shoots* Flowerstoo mightbe of Suwnnn i, '"

    .t There's always two sides to every argument. Health experts cowboys!--lude City-lianner.o I -0 -- pay while them the balnnce well for Is their expected lime.I .-to- planted as fowls love to help scenic) highway practically ( omploted -

    i: Starke and Lawtey should hold cultivate them. Then too. cultivate at liranford.fairnetto35,000.
    I warn us of the danger of kissing and} ncientists: say it is : Pardon boards seldom ask the I Lake Butler Times.
    strawberry festival this spring. the In front of : (
    good for speeding sluggish hearts.If I pardon of the people because of. i -0- grass your acres of i >-
    up 1 their liberal pardon policies, because -Starke Telegraph.. And we'd I Our present congressman of the property. Pigs love to root up) matocs will be planted In Mnn.in.county : ..

    .f 0- the people are so often parties I surely like to be present. By the Second District wus In Macclenny tile sod, and thrive I Oil the worms, th's spring.Uartow .

    If it was a necessity the sales tax would have some support to that liberality that has encouraged I way. we met the wise and witty I Ion Monday of the present week I etc., to be found there. And to -- Hyman Motor fun:

    4 from taxpayers. Instead(} of new tax laws, devise means taking a criminal ( Editor Robinson of the Starke I chaklng hands with his old friends!. flnlxh! the job. have the road department -' :any formally opened showr''min..
    Ueporter-Star. Telegraph at I.akeVales., and plant: Bermuda to here.
    'hance'l i and making new friends and ncI pre-
    r:* of collecting the present taxes on all alike. Florida--0 I found that he was a strawberry I I qualntances. The Hon. R. A. vent gullies being washed in the

    o newspaper blonde. Ptolm Beach Indepen i Green Is still a young man, but he road shoulders, and soon as a good
    be pained to learn of the death I I'
    Ilradcnton Herald editor says the Jacksonville high recently of J. II. Ozment. Winter 'dent. I has In his character a happy turf Is formed have them bring

    Park. Mr. Ozment will be remembered -I -- blending of real ability and nf'fablllty the scraper and take It off. That
    : school] girls appearing in the new fangled sun-back dresses FLORIDATheatre
    :1 as the editor of the Johns- State pardon board extended'\f which Is entirely unassum- will give them employment, and

    : are in need of a spanking. Go ahead and try it. town News often referred to as clemency to 93 applicants thus it::;, and with? this mental and physical taxpayers should not /growl when

    o .Florida's "biggest little paper."- I admin'sterlng a presumably de- equipment he hould! go far money Is being circulated Insteadof
    Times-Union. nerved slap In the face to 93 juries.Tampatrib's .
    In avocat'on. He la certainly being hoarded. GAINESVILLE
    Hamilton county representative wants the legislature to -- Gulf Scream. One I I
    -0-- | who was i ja fine young man and truly .worthy Is much talk of a "no fence
    Bradford chap
    ask: congress to set a price of 20 cents a pound on cotton.Bradford's Hrudford" county received $400.-
    000 from three weeks shipment of released after serving a few I]: of support by his constituents. law." but seems to me what \Is \VIKK: : ; or APRIL SSM: >
    . i: representative\ should have strawberries included strawberries. Just wait until Its months of a 2-ypar term now I Is ---Baker County Press. needed Is a fence law. Would-it

    at 50 cents a quart.Extending vineyards begin to yield their lus- I{,showing his appreciation by mIs- -0- profit a farmer to buy high-grade I

    o dUlls fruit and Leon will show up InK as much hell as h's system Frankly we were not support livestock. then turn loose In or on I 'MONDAYTUESDAY4'Syncopation"

    -- pc something! wonderful in lea expo will produce.The I ers of Mr. Calls, but In the man highways to mix with scrubs? And i
    : the time of paying taxes to June was appreciated its. --. Tallahassee Daily Demo- -0- we found many affable and kindly pf nature were given a chance soon .
    Thomasvllle Times Enterprise
    crat. -
    .. by taxpayers. Sorry that .legislator; with a warm I I surprises es us by saying that traits. Ai a "house cleaning" would be plenty of timber for

    .'. :,: spot in his heart for taxpayers couldn't have substituted "in1 -I Florida Is bo-.rlt--ake;; good city has no gas plant. Come over governor he has never been fqm-e posts. A 100% Volceplny With

    .. definitely" for "June." as a rubber producing state: withso to Tallahaspee, editor Jerger, and equalled, and whljo considered by Farmer. \\rinfr'M/, 1''IIII"'h'lInlllll'4) and

    I many miles of bathing beaches. I see what an advantage a gas: plant many as being too fanatic he 00-- __ HARItXRA JIKNNIJTT1OSO : : :
    Bradford County Telegraph. Of can be to a community. Then you manifested many splendid features Raford.: April 15, 1929. :; :\butfuit'e Kvonlnz: ( IO-SO

    The Baker County Press, with the name of Tate Powellat course you're not Insinuating thatSPO.tlltors I will convince your city that It In his general life. If not pollt Editor, Bradford County Telegraph --- ---
    should have one.--TalIahassee
    are Inclined to have ,
    the masthead is the latest addition to the field.] Thomasville rally, we feel kindly toward Mr. WEDNESDAY
    newspaper "rubber necks. -Miami! Beach DailY Democrat. cannot Starke, Flu
    Cults, and for him and his many
    Powell is an old Bradford county. boy, and the Telegraph extends Sun duplicate Tallahassee's gas Dear Sir:
    friends, trust that the
    o- I plant without removal of the Georgia we allega I :MAIHK: UKLLAMYIn ; :
    best wishes to the Press. Referring to editorial paragraphin
    Putnam county Is furnishing state capitol. lions are erroneous and that I In a movietone Product on"FUGITIVES"
    -0- due time he will vindicate: him last week's Issue of your
    H ---0 spuds, Bradford county the strawberries I
    Marlon the cream andlltudry Gilbert Leach has found a mar- sri: ?. If on the other hand, the In which you state the paper'l
    Plant City Enterprise seems to think objection to sun- In Leesburg of the state
    the sugar. Bradford ried woman so pretty ( barges are proven and he be are protesting

    : back dresses will not be so strenuous I if the abbreviation applies -,. County Telegraph. nut what Is that he thinks her husband should I found guilty Mr.\ CaRs should expect tablishment of a state printing With :Mimic &: Hound KflVcCi:

    also to the price of the creations. Designers these days a dinner without celery.-Sanford take out a thtft' policy on her.-by nothing less (than the limItof plant at Tallahassee for the same 'I' 10-50 :MatinsKvonli.tf<< I O-:O)
    Bustla Lake! Region. Judging
    Herald. Come on down here big reason that the farmers of the '
    work on the principle of more to see, more to pay. boy and get the spice.-Miami the looks of Mrs. Leach it the PalatkaTlmes-Heralc
    Beach Sun. wouldn't be am'ss for Gilbert to -0- THURSDAYFRIDAYMILTON
    o --o- take out a policy on her.-Palm One revenue tinkerer has proposed -

    While it seems that the proposed sales tax meets with Those legislators who want the Beach Independent. A granddaddy a tax upon tobacco. The : KILLS &: DOIIOTHY

    i but little approval over the state, an organized effort will be mate to go Into the printing field can say that-and get away with state vitally needs Industries and. M.U KAILL
    should look Into the matter of a It,-Starke Telegraph. Cheer up. agricultural development. One of I
    r made to enact it into law this session. Citizens who oppose state-operated hotel In Tallahas-I Buddie; you'll be a granddaddy south Florida's greatest industries In

    ( the measure should not sit idly by and let "the other fellow"do see for the relief of dent.by and by.--Palm Beach Indepen- is the manufacture of cigars. A His Captive WomanA
    the public going to the capitol
    all the protesting; it should be taken up personally or by on business.- Starke Telegraph. It I o- part of northwest Florida reaps

    *. letter with your representative and senator. They will be would be as consistent.-Palm The most artrocious crimes usedto rich returns by1' scientific growingof Vitaphone Talking Picture
    Beach Independent. be committed In the bummest the philosophic weed. Mail order 4.. 10.0: < :Matinee KventiiK: << 10-0:
    guided by desire in this
    your matter. parts of town. In "low dives" and cigars from outside would

    o Slate plant board declares they along the "river front." etc. Nowadays avoid the tax while our tobacco

    Senator Hodges bill to provide landing fields along state 'are not worried over the Bimlnl hotels. the gamblers In town.choose- Leesburg the finest growers would be handicapped In "Sm&ky" The FirePrct'cntion SATURDAY

    highways is one of the most: sensible and practical ideas yet bottle fly. Anything resembling Commercial. Like they said about their: competition with those in HfK CAROL &: NICK HTl'AHT
    a bottle from Bimlnl is worth In- the : fight weeks other states, wise enough to avol Clown In
    prze some ago
    proposed. Aviators will] use trunk line highways as guides vestigating. -:*- Starke Telegraph.. they too have at last arrived In such folly. H a bill looking toward ""mo.," Ilry Ro .... populir
    and establishing landing fields at intervals] on theje: routes If will often be found filled with society.-. -Madison! Enterprise Re this end finds its way Into .I..n".n. "' .Io..n on" know by man "Girls Gone Wild"AMolctoi
    will effect a closer co-operation batwesn shine from the Everglades. corder. It would be more correctto the legislative hopper, a wise com d..n. mien. ., 'hra,5I,0u,ii,..'..,.h..
    : highway and air .0n..m"II.0'"
    say society has arrived at the I .han any : Production
    Palm Beach Independent. mlttee should give It the an- lntbok .a fire Irfl.flhlnn ><
    lines. The bill proposes to have at least part of the expense -0- prize fight. aesthetic of common sense and let.t With Music and Sound

    : of constructing these fields paid from state highway funds. That Cincinnati man who pro-; --0- die In peace.-Leesburg Com hi."Smoir"real "ark I.. 0 I."to.''qu.p......o'.al..., fi... anti......bat.. IO-IO Mutlnco Night; JO-5O:
    It few
    was only a that
    years ago
    I.moo .
    poses to start a soap factory In mercial. 1.1. "Mnnky" I. ,I..Ing tola b.t
    0 "Florida using the woods cattle the state representative from Key Sn .h.... you l.a. ao .ufrlund
    ..... your In.
    -0 bat I'IRSI'1.lr.: : 1'S YCH'K
    An article on citrus culture published! in the Okeechobee for his grease may be moved to West, when he went to Tallahassee qtIsI.. sound h., ruih I..u.. lou-.aIm..
    The Star pleased to read In ia.i.
    was I".u.on.o
    I .
    ,. News that action out of pity for the for the legislative sessions inn w..lwI. "0w. yea :Ii.umliU: ,\unIUolill: :
    Rev. .
    by E. M. C. Dunklin tells of "the big tree.of Bradford Governor Carlton's message that P..llon on,1 Ii t.nap Iah
    thousands that roam the woods was forced to KO to New York by au p..lo ''a ,u.you. Lot o. IwIp ,..... \VK: WILL PLATK: YOf OVOfll
    r county near Starhe that 1arl125 boxes of fruit on it and and glades with no cue to claim water. thence south to a point In "It now seems unwise to divert
    them not even the tax collector. any portion of the revenue now WI'JU.-l'l.\Ir.JliO: : : LISTKOU
    sold the crop for $156.20. Of course, this Was before the Orlando Ci-orgta: by rail and the remainderof J. R. DAVIS & CO. .
    to the
    Reporter-Star. going state road departmentto PROGRAMS.: Thank you.I'LORIDA
    freeze of 1893!);), but there arc many orange trees to be found -0---- the distance by horse and buggy other channels.." Apparently INSURANCE THKAlilK.Gainesville :.

    ,n this section even now. That tree was the champion in A legislator is au individual .--Palatka Dally News. Kven governor was just toying with the
    now some of our national lawmakers Via.
    those days and LaBelle! whom all call honorable most Idea of diverting part of the gas STARKE
    has the prize tree today, with a record think dishonorable and who Is are forced to go to Washington FLORIDA
    tax to an advertising fund. Let'suse ..
    of 65 boxes of fruit. via Cuba.
    paid halt what It costs him for
    the gas tax to build roads or -- -
    o s'xty days of worry and work and ----0-- pay for those already built and ---- ..;....0.. -: .'..

    Laying of rock state road 28 will the doubtful honor of being called I Have you ever been In a village raise our advertising! funds by 4
    on begin within a fewC robber a rascal or a fool.- when a fire broke out? Pistols pop. 'I some other FMB SE: TeDL
    means. Ocala Star.
    !-ys from Starke to Lake Butler, and contract for the twelve Times-Union. people shout dogs bark and the ,'
    Leave It to the hotels railroads
    r lies south to : vvill'be village equipment comes dashing S ITLttten
    Keystone let early in May. Starke and -0---' and private parties to do the ad. TV'

    T ;aystone Heights are duly appreciative of its debt to the Starke Telegraph mentions a down the main street, pulled by a vertising. Good government is the
    visit to Ocala last week by of number of huskies at a speed that i
    c ite highway board for building this stretch and especially one only advertisement the state (
    Its citizens. saying It marked the makes the sand fly in a veritable should pay for. A state advertising IUQUAR4ERE'VE

    ,; io the member of the board representing this part of the longest trip he has taken In any for.; You've missed a great deal agency would be a bigger-

    state, Mr. Shands of Gainesville, who has been active in pushing direction from Starke In 32 years. of excitement if you haven't attended graft and result In more Inefficiency : ( ;
    j the Now If we had just known he was a village fire.-Times-Un- : compared them all
    construction of this important link of the short route. : and corruption than a state -and tho
    ion. Most of the Florida "vil ;:: _
    coming that man's Impressions of printing office. Palm Beach In- ,, Firestone tread gives you more trac-
    t>-- the new Ocala would have been lager. now have the most modern dependent. /.- "" tion-it keeps its traction longer because it's

    Newspaper men of the state arc in good humor with the worth recording. Ocala Star. Ore equipment to be found. ; tougher-__stronger-longer-wearing. Come

    house of representatives for having paid signal honor to one -..-- ----.. Ten-0 IHillura Reward in-let us show you how those deep-cut

    t of their number. At One of the best columns appearing The Wauchula Advocate says: The Starke Telegraph last week I,. harp-edged blocks of rubber protect you
    ; beginning of the ]legislative session In northern newspapers Is Klghty-three per cent of the people Monday Niglit from skidding and slipping.
    Hon. Henry S. McKenzie, editor of the Palatka Times-Herald written by a man who is In Jail it who receive newspapers read the carried a display ad from the.herlll' ;
    Is said. There are plenty of Pa- advertisements while Just thirty- of Bradford county offerIng -
    ,. was made speaker pro tern of the house by unanimous vote. 1 ItACraphers and column writersIn three per cent of them read clrcu- a reward of $10( for Information -

    In point of continuous service Mr.\ McKenzie is the oldest] I Florida" that probably ought to jars according to a recent survey. leading to the arrest and conviction -

    member of the house, having represented Putnam county con- be In Jail.-cbt In Ocala Star. Shallwe When you spend money for advertising of any person or persons IpK43L. tte_'
    have Superintendent Butch spend It where you get selling and delivering goods with-
    tinuously for twenty years. In addition to being speaker pro make reservation for you In the I the most" readers-In the new spapt out a license.In .
    >rs. The point Is well taken.
    tern he holds of new building?
    the most
    one important
    committee '
    : assignments o The newspaper Is preserved and our opinion, this Is an example .
    -cnairman or the committee on finance and taxation. What U more appropriate titan read by every member of the family that other officers may well

    Two years hence the house will do itself honor and serve a the "Miami Beach Sun," when while the circular takes the 1| follow, and ,we commend Brad.fords &f J W.Andrewsr.
    shortest route to the waste bas- sheriff for his alertness. '

    _ tq good man right if addresses the gentleman from Putnam as. speaking Times-Herald.of FloridaPalatka How about the ket.- O laden. County Democrat. I To be frankT about It, all of our .
    ----p Starke
    "Mr. -
    Speaker. [l towns are being over-run with pedIdlera Fla. -
    "New ,
    Smyrna Breeze", for the Senator Hodges appears to hare and so-called salesmen who ,



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