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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I STOP SPREAD STATEMENT ON TAX PROGRAM I Local Products day Florida's; voted to democratic memorialize senate congress Fri- MAY RELIEVE :! ';


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'. :,,' flub Alicia: OF FRUIT FLY Carlton Ilalim: |> -How .\llmhIIMII ------1 County Agent Ulekonbaker who I In the state. Glenn H. Skipper was CALENDAR SOON';1
Exchange: Club will 'I'OSSIIUMTIKH: : OK :
I tarke ul Ion. :M fa.KM roou1d Re-<< was appointed by Dr Wilmon singled. out for honor In a resolu- ,
I regular semi-monthly lun- riot-Ida's Kill Ire Kill: IMSOTIH'TION'Many ; I Newell to supervise shlpp'ng of 1 1ti'ititnstcty
I I Cafe next \iuup tion sponsored by Watson, Miami, Action K\; |IMelvl| on Part of .\11-| b I" 1:
the Magnolia vegetables and fruits from Itrnd-
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I 'I HOIIHII \') '" W l.2.V; >.nno IVrKnuIUatloii Ta\' StructuroGovernor ,, HltO Kill r r1t1'o..I
I be enumerated -I whle'h ,
iat noon. All members are --- -- reasons can ford county, Muted Wednesday i was adopted after long de-
Work. ,', ,
i,'I'd. to keep the hour In mind Carlton has explained why a large number of peopleare thai the only crop now going to hale liy a volt! of 27 to 11. Work _' t,

i present as there will be i The state of Florida was placed tho administration tax reform pro.grnm'and opposed to keeping fire out of market franc this county requiringa : I do no by Skipper for flood! control Legislative desks, piled high i 44

1 to be transacted during I I! In his first official statement certificate showing Inspectionand ''r ,
under a limited quarantine the woods, but the profits resultIng n protective tariff on Florida products with an accumulation of nearly -
Fridayby
I art. period set aside. point of shipment Is straw-
'- the | clarified the maze of rumorsregarding from doing this far outweighthe and In Mediterranean! fly 800 bills. vtlll ba relieved of som>
department of agricultureIn berries. Deans! and other vegetables
campaign wui' cited\ In the com of their burden this week. Thin ,
01(1 I 1 administration policies
Timers /: obtained burning
Mm" results by now moving from this county I
an effort to eradicate and
old timers who re- pre- mendation.The was the general belief of members",
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those
i niiiig the to Florida's will be-
oil attempt revamp the woods annually. not require Inspection '
subscription to the vent the spread of the !Mediterranean senators were somewhat divided of the Florida legislature as they .
II \n'' ii l their tax structure and urge the enact- Invariably! the turpentine opera- fore they will he accepted 1 by transportation '
during the past few fruit fly. on the question of praising prepared to enter upon the flftli
I.
uph burns his woods, and this is'' companies. This ruling
tor :
hone card show a long peri Karller: the house had passed the ment of the program as the legis Skipper, some contending that 'week of the 19211) session I
good policy when he is not ableto went Into effect\ midnight April SO.
i ., vears without a break, are Wood' resolution making Immediately lature's most Important duty to give his operation 100 percent' Shipments of citrus fruits and Governor Carlton was more entitled t With one exception the major F : ,

;.M I., ,IK, John. Uglow and P. V.i available $4,250,000 to com- safeguard the welfare of the state. protection from fire. The factors'' vegetables from the affected area to praise. Supporters\ of the bits of 1929 statecraft have been 1 ,

:i' 'uiiiiJ of Starke and C. 11. Neal of bat the fly The measure was sent The program Id comparativelybrief preventing this protection beingscattered around Orlando and DeLand are republican national commit leemaiiauletecl submitted In their preliminary ;'g,,

.viin' 'lit-, Tenn., Mr. Neal having the to the senate where Immediate action Involving only a few bills. operation and inabilityto strictly forbidden, guardsmen beIng the most of opposition with i phrasing to the senate and house '

i-?J on the other two by a few Is looked for The money will Measures already Introduced or In get; adjoining; property ownersto employed In patrolling the should argument be that party lines I of representatives. The last week tf 6{ I

5 uMr.i Neal's curd shows fromi be diverted from fund of $6,000- process: of final draft and embody- co-operate In' keeping the land highways to stop all cars and of such disregarded In a matter saw the Introduction of a host of J

i $i.: !Mr. Stump, 1913 ; Mr. Ug- 000 made available last year to lug!: the backbone of the governor'stax rough. trucks. Movement of oranges and moment taxation and revenue measures ,
stated before, these fight the pink boll worm In Texas. reform plan are as follows: Aiti with Governor Carlton'a tax administration i'
I h,," i 11!MI' 15. As Another cause of a large'; number grapefruit from any section of the TWOOl'THS : IH'ItTIV \
only record kept of While quarantine and regulations An act abolishing trustees of t program leading tha ,\
the \ bulk of
("milare< of fires: l is the man who owns stale In by any manner I Al TOIIIX'K;
...ih-. ,I'jptlons and these dates do bring under strict Inspectionall county and district road and cattle. In fact the cattlemen conveyance Is forbidden, except van. J

"ii'..1 represent the total length of fruits and certain vegetables In bridge bonds and centering their I.seems to be the biggest problemIn from groves to the puck Inn house Lake City April 27.-Two The Introduction of green fruit !

time of the subscription New the entire state of Florida an duties In the office of the state the prevention of fires. For where It must be Inspected before young men from Stnrkn. were ballI I covered in a number of bills :J

.i are put In use when thei absolute embargo becomes established treasurer.A years past the' cattlemen burned le vllll(. ly Injured on the Live Oak road 1 brought out another phase of tho I'f.aWIl. i'

i are used on the old one only in the zone known to bill diverting the one-cent the woods to furnish fresh green Such citrus movement applies to about three miles west of here I major legislation that senate and I

Bi be Infested by the pest. That zone I gasoline tax now going to the grass In the spring.: Apparentlythe this locality or to movoinent last Sunday afternoon when the 1 house member expected(' to study: :

1 CHRIST FOB ALL-ALL FOR CHRIST, : overs groves where the fly has I' counties Into the state treasury to range seems to be ImprovedIn through t 1 this county Fruit III Ford car In which they were riding [Public hearings< held during the '

been found and a distance of one be set aside ns a fund to pay interest the rlng-for the cattle pickup groves cannot be t trucked / vay for turned over three times and list week have developed the green: .

mwmM -*// flSid I mile In every direction from them. and sinking fund on $16000.000 ,- quickly. !Men who have had rule or for any other purpose, regardless toppled Into the ditch at the side Fruit situation( to a place where j .

All fruits and vegetables In that worth of county and district experience with an unburned range of distance or location of the lilghwny. Sherrlll's nmhu- 'enactment of some typo of rlgltlprotective i f. )
iiM; .nnM'6...U'". nw ink-rd.akw. will be destroyed.The road and bridge bonds and within ::z
zone law is expected
I It argue that It 1 ii much better t than of grove: the purpose of the rnli' lance was railed and the boys
BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER second :zone: of the quarantine $11,000,000 worth. of school board the annually burned range.'; Their !Iii g to put a stop to movement of rushed to the !Luke Shore hospital *hart time e }( ,

known as the protective zone, indebtedness. chief point is that several years( i' un'nspec'ted citrus fruit to points In Lake City, where they were given l Kvcrglados flood central measures I

t ChiLst th<; Vine, We the Uriuirheslulm extends nine miles In every direction A bill diverting the one-cent rough acts as a protection during; within or without of the state Immediate medical attention. are exported to appear on the {Jt} ,',

15:1.: 2, 4, 5, I am the from the limits of the Infested gasoline tax now going to the the fall and winter to tender, Unauthorized shipments will be One of the boys Frank Coleman. floor of t the house tomorrow. They

rue vine, and my Father la the zone Fruits and vegetables from schools Into the state treasurer'sbond shoots of grass. Upon this range seized and destroyed, while the a brother of J. 10 Keene of Lake bo Introduced 1 to represent tho ,of

Husbandman. 2, Every branch In that area will be allowed to move I retirement fund. the cattle will do much better during vendor Is subject to arrest. City received! laceration about the combined study and investigation IIiwill

air that beareth not fruit he under safeguards and all growing A bill abolishing automobile license the fall and winter-which Is Hanger to unlnfected areas i by head and severe bruises. lie was uf a group of South Florida legislators ; I. ; II'"

i.tkt'th, away and every branch that fruit and vegetables will be given tag agencies and making the time of the year when cattle spreading of the fly or larvae In taken to his sister's home after and experts along( (this line. +;' '

iH'iireth fruit, he purgetlr It, that Intensive In8pe'tlonVlthln the county tax collectors the future need all of the forage!; they oar trust: by bootleg/ I trucks Is so great first aid had been administered! at With these three general: subjects 1. f

ii" may bring!: forth more fruit. 4. protective zone a non-fruit area tag distributors. possibly get. I that citizens should lend their assistance (the hospital Introduced the legislature, ; ,
Abide In me and I In you. As the will be maintained for at least six A bill requiring tax collectors to On the other hand the burned In stopping nil such movements The other young: man, 1 ted;;. Conway members of the state lawmaking ll1 i '

orunch cannot bear fruit of Itself, months, beginning May 1 each collect the state ad valorem tax lange does not have as much by reporting/ any police( I I who was driving the wrecked body believe that they have be- Ii.(<(< : l

"mci-ept It abide In the vine; no year, during which no fruits will on motor vehicles before Issuing vegetation on it and Is about all oitlcer. Bradford comity can continue machine received fracture. of the foro them the session's most Important t ,: ',

more can ye, except ye abide In be allowed to ripen and no vege- licenses to motorists. killed down after i .veral frosts : shipping produce as long as outer plate of the frontal bone of measures.! ,l .J )

me I 5) I am the vine! ye are the tables which mature In that 'per- A bill\ diverting one-fourth of Kven though some grass sprouts, It remains free from the fly Once the skull, severe lacerations!' of the The revenue taxI and. green .

(!L ranches He that abide In me iod will be planted. the money raised from the sale of there Is no rough to protect It from Infested, nothing; can be shipped scalp cheek and lip and t badly fruit) bills have not returned from /' : I

,and I In him, the same bringeth The area of the state now Included automobile licenses into the state the next frost. Therefore as n out of the infested territory, .growing bruised! shoulders x He will remain committee rooms tOJ] the floor for .t s I t

!lurth much fruit; for without me in the Infested and 1> treasurer's bond retirement pool. year around proposition It would crops will be destroyed and' at the hospital several days for action( however. In this resp.trt, ,t l1

11. can do nothing tective zones will be under 1'0-1 The bond retirement fund creat- 13 better for the cattle if the woods planting restricted during certain treatment and observation they;) are like!' many other of the r pl tf
I
l'I'I'\'cr: Oh thou source of Life, I I tion to the extent of providing for I. ed by the administration bills, the were kept rough. I months of each year until the territory The al'cdl: jBPP1' i' l whentthe 800 whIch have flooded the legislature /: It' '
Inspection and certification offruits governor said, would aggregate!': ; first in The danger Ford attemp'gTT"li; pfiss four
and Truth In Thee we live move Fire protection results Is again!': freed. > qnother since Its opening I',
and have our being. I and such control of vegetables 12000.000 annually If the legislature ; a larger number of workable of having the pest brought Into car on t the-jil t ljOiWay. Th' ( Ford weeks ago.Governor, I' ,

(How may we get wisdom? An- as may be necessary to determine sees fit to approve the use trues per' acre for the turpentine the county is such that every pie- turned! out nrlKlit) but when It was Cnrlton's tax bills! or lf, '} \,rl c"

'<"V'r, read-I Kings 3:9. that the fly has not spreadto of state revenues for the purposes operator-and a resulting Increase caution should bo observed by our headed briek"ont. the highway oilier measures aimed at the same (. \

I' them. All classes of fruit except outlined in the Carlton program In board feet for the sawmill after citizens. again, side swerved and headed for result and scheduled! to alter the I,' ': /

riitsr. ('JlIU$'fI.\X 'UntcH watermelons and pineappleswill The school's share of the gas the turpentine operation is completed the ditch rolling over and over before complexion on the state's tax 'J..I

I : be under these restrictions. tax will be diverted to the bond At present the average Is HOI.I A\IIVII.S; : Ari'KAitKAKLIKIl It came to a stop. The lads structure, represent In the minds ,(

ruble School and communion i I The restrictions oft vegetables produced retirement pool Governor Carlton about 15 trees per day being worked : : THAN I'SUAI. were visiting in Lake City und had of many of the senators and 1 representatives '1.V' .:,.',

",rvlces! each Lord's Day at 10 outside the Infested and protective Bald, only upon the definite assurance and approximately 30 to 50 out for a ride, returning here before the major work of the \

.-lock. zones will extend only to of the sufficient remunerationfrom trees as a total on each acre. With Qultman, Ga., April 20.Localcotton they started back to their last half of the sixty day session: 1.! i };11 l 1

Church services morning and !peppers, beans tomatoes, squash, ther resources of taxation. protection an acre will sustain 100 growers are being warnedby home. The administration bllU, accordIng \f\ ,b

'?veiling of the first Sunday In gourds and egg plants. This part of the administration to 120 trees and will give the operator state authorities and others ll.blYl4. to Governor; Carlton, were offered : 4 ''I
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D I) xon, of Jacksonville. tables the quarantine requires the out. The governor also insisted worked at any one time-thus reducing weevil again this year. Due to the Idea of providing the greatest; possible 't:k.;
cleaning of all carriers at the that his tax reform plan does not his operating cost by concentrating mild winter the boll weevils are Andrea 78 of Lucoochee amount of tax relief without "fF: "

mi'TIHT point of unloading and restrictsthe Involve any increases In the taxes his work. here In abundance and many farmers died at his home Wednesday mornIng (lie Imposition of any more new

movement of dirt peat, fruit now paid by motorists. The priceof The reason protection will Increase especlallly in the Morven district following a !short Illness, The Lazes than way necessary. The tlf4'

Sunday school at 10 a. m. Keepup packing equipment and nursery licenses, he said, will remainIn the stand per acre Is that have already seen many weevils body was brought to Starke for chief executive had studied his'' i

the attendance. stock. present rates and the increased most of the seedlings that start In their crops.Authorities burial at New River cemetery plan In company with financial experts I' ',

Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. A state-wide Inspection will be revenues contributed by the motorist from the mast will grow Into ma- here say that this Thursday afternoon Hev. I.V.. and attorneys from all over ',:' ,

Last Sunday evening!: we had the made of all citrus groves and oth- will only involve the collec- ture trees. At present 75 per cent Is the worst infestation In years Klckllter of Stnike. oHlc-latlng at the state, prior to their Intrnduca' '

Superintendent, !Mr. Trice\ and er fruit plantings as well as most tion of the existing state ad va of them are killed by the annual and the weevils have appeared un- the grave. Mr. Andreu was a lion "],,I I'

about thirty of the girls! and boys vegetables. Intensive Inspectionsin lorem tax on motor vehicles tires. usually early and farmers throughout former resident of this section Public hearings on the administration 'ff""

from our Arcadia home. They the states adjoining Florida also which some pay and many escape. Records have shown that trees this section are being urgedto and leaves many relatives to bills! have been scheduled I 1'!

nave an interesting program and was ordered to ascertain If the fly Passage of the first bill, abolishing on unburned land grow two-thirds use plenty of common sense mourn his death.lvl.1T114:1t for Tuesday by both bodies of the 'j,1;. 1

:Mr Trice much Information carried the state bond trustees and turning over with poisons or the cotton commit1t J' :
gave had been over ; faster In the early sapling stage along : mi: oiti> FOIL WI'JoIi: : legislature. The senate 1
about the work being; done by this borders. I their duties to the state treasurer, one-third to one-fourth faster crop will suffer this! year. \ee on finance and taxation : '
and 1'\:: 1I1\: ( M\Y i, ff)2'0Duke
Baptist home which Is now pro- The movement of all fruit in the governor said would result In In later life than trees grow on --. : hold \Its meeting for public .1 1 4

v'dlng an educat'on'! and real home bulk either by train, truck or mall an Immediate restoration of confidence burned land. It I In reasonable toassume 11I'STItO1.1.; OUAMJ Mux. !\Iln Prochl, I don of the measures Tuesday 1'lernoon y'\ i

(110
asks Starketl1.en\ !! Apr. 24 8!HI) ) -
orphan children. The church was considered to Involve the ida securities Under this bill the will also yield a greater volume of lIayorVall 25 89 67 taxation group will sponsor '!! :, '
of all\ orange ApI'
In disposing 1
>is full of Interested listeners maximum risk and could not be elate treasurer would become ; to use care refuse the An'. 26 III 73 .T open meeting Tuesday night i ;;

who showed their appreciation by adequaltely safeguarded without trustee for all outstanding county gum.Three things: are necessary! to and being grapefruit to bury it after Apr, 27 81 li8 -- the same purpose ""f
"intrlbutlng" 9500. great expense. and district road and bridge bonds about forest fire protection\ best plan 63Apr. \Vlth but few exceptions, the 'I'i' t
bring with lime. For the Apr, 28 811 -- :
with covered
We learn that audience at The quarantine becomes Immed- without\ additional salary and locality. First the being 80 71 ,29 senate und house have failed to i II' ,
hire In any given this plan should be used 21! 'f '
llnmpton morning gave all zones out- only sufficient remuneration to present of the approximately 800 ,
on Sunday Itaely effective in most important is. co-operation on of into the usual Apr. 30 87 67 pass any I
dropping
7",00'" for the home. board of extra office help. In the Instead Commltteo ;or'i' r
lined by the state plant the part of all! land owners for the city to haul !May 1 61! measures now pending : ",
April 15, which included The bills placing the task of automobile organlzat'onto containers reports have been appearing slowly ?
1'Rh:41i1-------: ; Florida on distribution vicinity. Second an While the fly Is not In evidence Tutul rainfall for week ,89 In it : '
the Infested and protective license tax detect and /light fires as soon away. of the state, and comparatively few general fl(, :
zones of the federal regulation.The on (the shoulders of county tax: collectors start. Third a good system In this part 4'U l"1'' hlTroop I : measures have been sent by the i itwo
1 10 school, J. !M. to as they Is still considerable fruit '1
Sunday motorists there
a. m.
and requiring the governor's office I
area outside those two zones fire breaks aroundthe houses to t '
of plowed } this section, some of ':, I' 1
'ruby supt. will go!: under restriction on Mayl. pay their automobile ad valorem boundaries and inside the pio- through 1 will hold Its first overnight for necessary signature to( ll'.J
1 II I a. m. Morning worship, ser- The regulations. Secretary Hyde lazes before the plates are I issued doubtful origin, and the safest hike Friday May 3 at make them law. ''I! '

!i' >>'II by the pastor The Holy said In announcing the quarantine I In. the governor's opinion, would tectlon The Florida area Forest Service was (Ian Is to destroy. all citrus fruit 'Ongsley I Lake in place of the regular A host of local legislation: : has- 1fJ .;

1. ">mmunon! of the Sacrament of were discussed with and amendedto cure a. long standing Florida tax organized to-assUt landowners In and refuse. Indoor Thursday meeting All been passed by the senate and ; :
MI" Lord's Supper will be celebrat- of I evil. A will be preKenPa\ consideration in (1),[
meet reasonable suggestions protecting their land from fires. I'Ihhi'. : IMIII.I. HOMlAVUegular Scout! leaders house by special
"I<* at thin service the state plant board. The leading "The state has only been gettinga few figures will prove that 100 percent trol leaders will soe that members extra session, t i'.

7 p. m, y P. S. O. E. meeting. growers and transportation officers I part of its ad valorem tax on automobiles protection is cheaper than fire drill will be held In their patrols. who expert to !go; .,-
'!t'915> "Service a Way to Leader- Governor Carlton said. iti-i\: moss! i t
:: of the principal carriers concerned light burning In the turpentine\ op- next Monday evening, 7:30 o'clock. will have provisions and proper 'I
Up. In' produce movements also "Only a portion of the motoristspay eration.On All members of the fire company equipment. Curs leave Starke at -
8 worship song their cars. The store that was kindly loan- t f fed
Evening
p. m. personal taxes on Return to town Saturday
(10,240 4:30.
land
were consulted. I 16 sections of ( are expected to be present. : '
Hed Cross has been rent'I; i
and from all or to the
sermon. Department of agriculture officials We should collect ) the detection and fire a. m. at 8 o'clock. '
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- collection of this tax acres will be expended (1. and Mrs. Raymond will carryon f
: said the fly was the gravest none. The lighting will cost four cents per Riverside $15,000 Wyman, Scoutmaster.! l "
'""ng' at 8 o'clock. Bible studyDug fruit and vegetable industry alone would yield large sums an- $410.00. To I In renovation of one-story p the work at her home until tIT f i
the or
danger acre per year; secured !
and prayer.A of the south had ever faced. nually and the money could be /are breaks five feet wide i, business building for occupancy by With the harvesting Hearing the onto other place can be '' )
'
plow
cordial Invitation to all our the boundaryof placed In the treasurer's bond re of the 10 three stores. half-way mark, It Is now assured for an office. S\I,
20
spread "beyound around acres t ,
rvices extended to all Its pool along with the two every that the 1929!) Irish potato crop Every town, of the size of Starka ,1
looked
the cotton section was not tirement sections would cost $400.00 or a ',. l '.
tied Cross organization I
district have live
Wherever of the HaatlngH-Palatka ihoiild a
climatic conditions cent gas tax money. all of this area burned was as follows
but If protected
DKATII Mil. W. <). UKMOUKST:: upon aa likely inequality or benefit' by total cost of 81000. will be nearly 60 per cent under and provide some central \. \ I ,
saidto is
there
in the cotton belt were land was being worked for turpen- : :
breeding the pest. this distribution, there will be a fifteen trees per Dlack 'Creek Unit, Penney the bumper nap of 1928 accord- place for its headquarters. ,;
for averaged
83 of be ideal tine and .
Mr. W. O. Demorest. years i .
expenditures to the statement on Saturday
made re-allocation of highway 18 cent; Leno Unit, ng
$4,250,000 to be would cost the owner approximately Farms, per '
at the The it
age available :
home of his son, !bit It. F .Demo- With '
and will place all counties on a parity Farm Unit. Ilalforcl, 8 per Growers aiHOclatlon.
Prison
-'; U to be used for Inspection trees and burn it. Complete protection Brrl: l
of In a separatebill. Lake City, loadings Saturday expected to ap-
it.Mr. work In other southern This Is taken care would, therefore be cheap- cent; St Mary's Unit.
: Demorest was born Sept. survey ;
the total movement
In addition to the eradica- ." 4.2 per cent; Tyler, \ Unit Trenton, proximate 4i) cars,
.and, 1848, In Chemlng county states er. for the season to date will
\ -w York. lie moved to Starke tion work by the department of : "l AY One year has elasped since the 5 per cent. Norman Ral-
11011'OIIXO: : good system of fire be about 1,600 cars, Mr. Leo Mr. and Mrs. Sam )
11 1905 and has! since made hla agriculture in Florida. AT LONG nH.X1IThere Florida board of Forestry began With a and active co-operation stated. The total estimated crop fonl daughter!: April 27th I, f
protection. It l Is of breaks 1'Itarke '
it ma i with Ms son. :\IOTH Ens' U\Y SKIIVICJ3: co-operative the amount of the from ell landowners this percentage Is but 3,500 carloads, as compared Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Holtzendorf '
Funeral services and Intermentwere will be a home coming Interest to note the can be reduced to at least 3 with the more than 6,000 carloads son April 28th.

held at Crosby cemetery There will be special Mothers'''' day at the Long Branch Baptist protective land burned over for cent and held at that figure. I I of last yearOrlando Mr. and Mrs. G, H. Parker,4
organization! (
at 3:30: and cemetery on the second first year with an per 29th. 1
April
Thursday afternoon services, containing a program church State Forest Service is Starke daughter!: ,
o'clock. Dr. G. P. Raymond offi Day on Mothers' Day by Sunday in May, the 12th. All detection, and fire fighting but no The assist where a unit of at Road contracts total- Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight son. '
and sermon thing. ready to
elating. Sun-' members and the public cordially fire breaks to amount to any $429,518 Issued Starke, April 25th. f,4
the pastor, Bro. Dixon, next land in five units least 80,000 acres can be formed. Ing approximately
6th at the First t invited to be with us. Dinner on 500,000 acres of for connstructlon of 40.28 miles Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murder Savannah
morning, !May h1. M, Sebrlng,
will be day the
during
:Mouth of Cotee river church. Everybody In.'I the ground. 2t. were under protection Dist! Forester. roads, in Orange county Ga.. son, April 30th. ?
dredged at New Port Richey In Christian H. D. Carter, Clerk past fire season, and the percent of

near future. vited. 4

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Iz the past two yearn broke with all !I Began then the building of our Ing at Bradford County Bank. FLORIDA HAS HAD LARGE SHAREOF

: [IHISTORY 0? WOMAN'S CLUB ] its Intensity. Immediately a call ,'. c.lubhouse. In January, Mrs. J. In all, !Mrs. Rltch's term of office

went forth from the Red Cross to I .. Peek and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins secured Is pre-emmlnently progressive.In FEDERAL ROAD AID TO DATEon

the various) clubs for help and the pledges of $2,215.00 from May 1926! Mrs. N. D. WaInwright -

The Bradford County Telegraph I mill the chief object of the club school and civic clubs. was madean the business men of Starke for the was, again elected, servingone I

of Friday. October ] 2111. 1906, activities; however. Its students auxiliary of the American He. building from fund.suppers Every bazaars penny, food realized year. All the various depart- on \\1,111 the States Sharp only after the decennial .. ,-

carries the following notice: broadened Including civic affair Cross. Mrs. A. M.( Darby, who was sales, shows and schemes of every ments functioned with finances In the Fund. SH Ofllcljilly figures have been publish* .H( ''1

kA ,t "All mothers of Starke are Invited and anything for the betterment Mrs. Ilalllgan's moat able vice kind went to swell this growing well looked after: all pay- 1o111"h..1I:; Senator Fletcher say h, llni,

to meet at the high school and uplift of our community. "Mis investigation! that
president was chosen to act as fund. Even the pennies or change vel- upon ",
ments promptly met; a $250 11111.||
auditorium Saturday afternoon at Clara's" term of office was sn! outstanding chairman until such a time as we 1 tram the movie theatre were givenus. um curtain was purchased for the Washington Acceding to the ting cents, the total apimn. I,",,'II,,

3 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing that the faded r&rordMof could ngaln function as a club and No sum no matter boy' small, stage and much progress increased desire of n Florida highways asso- ments to the state of l"lul'j'll,] 1111.|]

It i, a Mother's Club" those days have duly recorded have regular election of officers. i was looked upon with Inel i: !erence. along all lines; a book club being ciation to know If the state is get- der provisions of the federal" Inch,!

i The Telegraph Issued the following : upon them beautiful resolutions of Wise are the workings of a bene- Mr. Marus Brown gave us a pig organized this year-and class ting a full share of federal road way act amount to almost: tj 1 .
week printed tha! item of appreciation. ftclent that were 000,000 as follows:
providence we which netted us $74.25. The building -
in parlimentary law was conducted funds Thomas II. McDonald
'N r Interest: "Mother's Club organized (!Mrs Richard.) given a so able leader In the days committee was Mrs. J. II. by Mrs. Young. chief of the bureau, advises Senator For the following yearn i I I-
Saturday. Will work for goodof October 14, 1908 Mrs. E.: S. which: followed and "tried men's $55,976 1918 ;'
Rltch, Mrs D. C. Jones, Mrs. A. Z. Having followed club history Duncan U. )Fletcher that the to- ; $1,119,9511 lute] '
youth of Starke" Matthews was elected as president souls." A book could well be $744,521' 1920
$1,090,21
Adkins and :Mrs. E. E. Canova. throuR, the past 23 years, we tal highway mileage of a state Is ; I i j"J'I:
The organization of a Mother's During her term of office the club I written on the events of the Mrs. Mlddleton was reelectedIn find it a tale of wonderous ac- not a factor In determining fed- $1.147,447' ; 1932, $886.82f, i I"J'+ ":

Club was perfected last Saturdayat continued to co-operate In school months of 1917 and 1918. No 1921. In May 1922, Mrs. N.. 1>. chlevement; the Inspiration of Its eral aid that may be apportionedthe $591.217; 1924, $771,3ST' i I" ',:

the home of Mrs T. R. Sweat. affairs, rendering much assUtanc soldier In line of battle ever show- Wainwright, who had served so $88.336 ; 1926, $892.87 i ,.
; the h'gh: Ideals of its state, under the provisions of '
' Mothers interested In the mental to the teachers. Furniture and ed greater heroism or patriotismthan capably as chairman of the buildIng purpose founders have never been lost the federal highway act. $905,189!) ; 1928, $899,451. i .,.,:,'.

and Hoclal development of youth of books were placed In the school was shown by Mrs. Darby 1 In committee, was elected to the find i $901,311 ; 1930, 909235.
sight of-here and there are "Congress has been making appropriations -
Starke are cordially Invited to The Janitor's very meager salary her war work where she directedthe chair serving two terms. It seem- Senator Fletcher further ,.
a slowing of or at the rate of .iI..1
may
up progress; approx-
i, come into the club and help make was suppllmented by the club. In making of garments, and plyIng ed fitting, having labored so faithfully we call It rather, a halting-to imately $75,000,000 per year to he that the unallocated balance. i,,,?i ,.
it a power to this end. various ways the club was a great her own needle! ; knowing no toward building a clubhouse, credit of the state, as of /F<,in
perhaps take stock-to gather new the several c'I'
apportioned
) among
As a !;tart In this direction the help. weariness where her'country had her first meeting should be held for the As'some 28, 1929, for new pi' ," ,. '
courage: future. states on the basis of area, popu- '
ladies have taken steps towards 1909-1910 (Mrs. Hamilton need of her skill Members of the here. In November the building amounts to 204797948. 111,1,
time in lation I ,?'l-!
our personal lives we lay and post roads. The apportionment -
"
i furnishing a room In the school served.) club Mrs. Darby's enthusiastic -
were with dedlca-
the allotment
was formally opened na''n n' ,Ion... Ing of $1011' :
lu t ,.. ll t provision! of the act
to
AO'''''' our u ma e ma
building for the library and a L Lj September 14, 1910, Mrs. A. M, helpers and support. Everywhere ton: addresses by Mrs. W. S. Jennings of the h. for the year ending June I"+ i r.. '"i
d I purpose movement may (3 appears In the third paragraph of
study for the principal. Darby was elected president following they served; on Liberty of Jacksonville, first vice be
i accomplished, so has It been will h section 21, which reads In part as which cannot expended I li\, H,,.
Following are charter members;: the last year of Mrs. Ham Loan dlrves; supper for lied Cross president of the General Federa- the club. The war work absorbedis 1 follows: state until after July 1. n('vIOW. !
Mrs. Ella LaFontissee Hamilton., llton'a regime. Mrs. Darby served funds; sewing and knitting all tion of Women's Clubs; Mrs. W. .
president; Mrs. F. A. Scott, vice I through the years of 1910-11-12 day and far Into the night. The T. Moore, of Lawtey vice president -yet we enlarged club-ouiIdenlty r "The secretary of agriculture, ( HI.I'I.AT: T.ll.l.l.

president; Mrs. A. 11. Freeman,,,, and 1913. Her long termed office soldiers' kits made and packed: of Section V, Florida Federation Intact; building the clut i after making the deduction authorized HASHKK
home; yet we were ready when II t by this section, shall -
apportion
secretary; Mrs. N. D. Walnwright,, marked the .
was especially by care the lunches provided for hungry to which we then belonged; -
treasurer; Mrs. W. N. Solomon,,, of school building and grounds; boys t marching to their country'scall. and the greatly beloved late Co] was done to clean streets and alleys '- the remainder of the apt What Is perhaps somerhuly'
Mrs. Jno. C. Wlll Mrs. T. R. the of first ; trim shade trees and planflowers L proprlatlon! made for expenditure unique in the of exhibit.
procuring our lyceum Huge boxes were shipped to Come L. Peek, then mayor of way IS
; lend an ever helping handto 1 under the provision act for the fiscal -
Sweat. Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Mrs. course; an increased membership; the Belgians and dozens of tiny Starke. a display of dolls and soap s<'uin-

Clara Lane, Mrs. T. J. Griffin and additional Interest in civic betterment layette for the poor widowed moth- $5,000 was borrowed on a mortgage trustees or school board 01 r year among the several states tares which is being put on bv'

Mrs. D. M. Gornto. and large donations of money hers of France. What a recordof ; from Mr. E, Baird of Gainesville faculty joined the America!i In the following manner: One- the classes in Industrial art ,of;

The following week's Telegraph to the various needs of the love and service to humanity ; $1,000 payable annually beginning Legion for a glorious celebrationas third in the ratio which the area Florida State College this week
well as sacred memorial or i of each state bears to the total
carried this'as the "High purpose school. Sanitary condition of must be recorded In "Gods Great : June 30th, 1925, at 8 percent The dolls which are being shown
Y of Mother's Club: Will work for the town were much improved It nook," of those harrowing days! Mr. D. C. Jones, who had Armistice day, and any of the other population of all the states as are the original creations of 'the

8 all that pertains to character build- Is of Interest now to read as trans,- And this club surely has a page of served so capably and self-sacrlflc helpful tasks which devolved I shown by the latest available federal students, without any guidance
us. On this day when we) one-third in the ratio ,
upon census;
ing. scribed In the secretary's minutesof shining deeds to Its credit in that Ingly as advisor to the building from the Instructors. Some of the
meet to do honor to our past presidents .- which the mileage of rural delivery -
It has been deemed
expedientby September 1912 the following: record committee was instrumental in results are startling and blzam,
by the recently organized Mother's "It was decided to give Mrs. November 13th, 1918, ImmedIately arranging this loan. and hear the history'of the I routes and star routes in The subjects of the dolls include
club and Its Inception, we need each state bears to the total mileage
Club of Starke to set forth Quigley an order to secure four after the Armistice was Besides this debt In October animals, toys, character dolls and
must pause to pay a tribute to the I of rural delivery and star
jt the purpose which prompted Its barrels, paint them green, fastento signed the club came together and $500 was borrowed to pay for 300( stuffed figures.
t tank and file to speak of Its I routes In all the states the
so at closeof
organization and which will guide stake, to be used as trash bar- again Mrs. R. A. Weeks was elect- folding: auditorium chairs and O'ne of the dolls on exhibition

1 + its future work and deliberations rels In school grounds." This Is ed to the chair. For months we light fixtures. The Insurance was roster. the next preceding fiscal year is a Seminole Indian. Its h.. .id
No wins battles with aa shown by certificate of the
The ladies acted upon the the first record of any kind of were busy mending up the closing 109.00( and many atrlcles need- army generals post- Is made of a stuffed paper! mach

thought that such a club should leceptacle for trash being placedIn details of Red Cross work. Very ed to put the house In order only; and to those women master-general, which he Is directed mask, modeled and painted. Another

be of mutual benefit to mothers in our town. Civic pride was bred title civic work was done that Dishes, silver and kitchen utensils; who have labored through the to make and furnish an- i Indian doll has a head mud,>

t all that pertains to the character- and born In the hearts of the year. The necessary cleaning for a temporary curtain, the gift of years as department heads, nually to the Secretary of Agriculture of an apple that has been dri, ,"|

building of their children, and thatIt Mothers' Club. It was during Mrs. openUK! !: of school In September Mrs. L. A. Davis; a cable piano standing committee chairmen and ; provided that no state shall and l cured.

should form a strong auxiliary Darby's tprm that teachers were had been done; A3 always the club bought; ; u vletorola was given bya dllllgent\ workers ever, go our receive less than one-half of 1 pel'centum The HOOP sculpture on exhlh,t

p. to the school, as the school next admitted as associate members. functioned 100 per cent In the Interest group of young men; rest room small share of the honor and credit of each year's allotment. is the best work of about 75 'indents

to the home, Is the most potent fly the fall of 1913 this splendid of the school. I and library furnished; In fact the for malvelous achievement.And "The area of each state la fixed.In of the elementary class) ]m

factor in the foundation and development new civic idea had gained sucha October 1919, Mrs. Weeks was house was completely) furnished then our honorary membersthe making up the apportionmentto industrial arts, and represent,-
men! What a shining: example the states each the latest
of character The pur- strong hold in our minds and re-elected as president That year Many of these things; were gifts of year, rlous models sculptured In SIMP" !

pose Is formally stated In the by- hearts that an enlargement of was outstanding for two reasons. Faeksonvllle firms, and other of help and encouragementthey I available census figures are used, The sculptures which are judr.! i
have been. Industrially, while the post road \
ever inlllage Is based
laws as follows: activities and a change of name to Ve changed our name to the rlends too numerous to mention the best of those ex h billed h, -.'

"The objects of this club shall conform was made. Vomaii's Club'of Starke, increas- gave until It hurt. and collectively they have stood on the annual certificates sub- will be sent to New York fur ..-

I' be the dissemination of knowledge October 6, 1919, Mrs. H. A. hug in activities and Interests; and All this was accepted as we had with us and by us. The old adage mitted by the postmaster-general. hlbltion. They will be entered I i
"It takes to make the mare It will be seen, therefore that the
money ,
among the members for the bet- Weeks was elected president and we Issued our first year book. We a. mind to work and surmount every I a contest sponsored by the it.

ter training of the youth to afford the Mother's Club became the Village : adopted as our colors green and d.lflculty; and the first mo- I go, Is as true today as always. amounts alloted to each state are tor Gamble Company, In which :.1,
Their pocketbooks have ever been determined on the same basis and
of: entertainment and amusement Improvement Association. It i white. Our flower Magnolia and mentous difficulty! suffered almostat I prizes are offered for the h- -t t

for them, and to do whatever is indicative of the Idea of future a motto, "If at first we don.t succeed the beginning: of the use of the at our command I less that they cannot be changed un- samples.

the moral and physical wel- growth of the club that this name we will try and try again." clubhouse, was the withdrawal of In conclusion may this thought: the apportionment figures .
be embedded In our memories! themselves change. The post M'ami Gasoline consumer ,0>f
fare of the youth demand and
; lasted only one month. In November To R<} buck a little t : After the twenty-one members of the club, I
That the club of the future may at road mulatto may vary slightly Dade county used 3,382,162 urt-
such other be
we
purposes may the name of the school erection of t the new school building! including some of our most valuable -
l determined by the club from time and Civic Club of Starke was In 1911 the club had been given material.As all times strive to atttn that perfection from year to year to year but the Ions of the product during month
of ideal its founders conceived population figures/ can he changed of February,
to time. I chosen and we were made a departmental tire use of I the old building. It was long as there are human beings -

Thus was formed twenty-three club. Mrs. II. C Richard Red Cross headquarters during the ; there must be differences of ; may it live in the heart of I r-
Starke holding In the best in
years ago the organization of today I served In the revision! of war. In the hearts of each of us opinion. Among the number lost as
,t the Woman's Club of Starke education; civics, legislation beautIfication I
Constitution and
By-Laws brougt was the desire ever growing for aclub were women whose personalities
I
--founded on the highest Ideals I about through this change. The had ; health, junior club, music -
; [ home and many visions were woven into the very fabric of
b and aspirations; embracing In Its very splendid constitution and by- appeared only to vanish in thin our organization, and we will ever and the American Home-May

laws and regulations only these laws In force today are the con- alt. After the war at the Invitation regret their removal from the flub. we be a "power In the land"lending Your'MODEL

Ideas of growth, education and advancement sequent labor and gift of Hon. of the city council, the club The business and professional our efforts only to those

for the growth!! of our Perco Cask I us of Jacksonville, met at the council\ rooms as they men of Starke, appreciating; how movements which shall have forts

n town which 'leads! to the highest formerly a Starke boy, together had so frequently In between the powerful a factor a clubhouse cano objects the dissemination: of

type of citizenship. Ever has the with the loose-leaf record book 191317. knowledge among; the members -
I years from At a meetIng > towards bringing people together -

club;: stood for the best In community bound In Morocco leather In pres- here Nov. 8, 1916, the minutes as a community center, from for the better trainingof '
the youth to afford entertainment T FORDis
life. Frequently BlnUm ent use by the club. record Mrs. HalIIKan; as having appointed the mayor clown stood by us In

of greater or less intensity have The departments of schools'( a committee composed ofMrs our work, and our membership Increased and amusement for
hem, and to do whatever the
mor
passed over us, but always right, civic education and music were A. M.\ JJarby Minlrman, Mrs. by leaps and bounds. In
al and of
physical welfare the
as it always will prevailed and created. Mrs.( Weeks served twotorms T. X. Limbaugh /and Mrs. A. 7.. fact' success crowned our every

,' from that valiant little band of and later )legislative was dkins us a clubhouse committee. effort and we were not only able youth demand; looking always to
stilla
the perfection of our own lives,
4e eleven noble women hall'Itrown added looking towards the adop Committee to Interview the to meet In lesser expenses, but
was to be an example for those
l this splendid organzutlon of eighty tion Woman's suffrage to whichwe school board( looking towards the succeeding: in paying the first
who follow and, "If at first weon't
b ,, odd. lent our local Influence.' An securing of the old building as a thousand dollars on the mortgage
al-
succeed; may we have
It is particularly fitting that In Interest was taken In home economics .clubhouse; the Idea then was to a year In advance, thus saving $80
way the courage to try and try
this year 1929 we should I meet to- the home demonstration combine with the U. D. C., and Interest. Money came In from every again." good tar

gether to do honor to those past agent employed by the county beIng other organizations towards establishing possible source. Fairs, carnivals The following lines, author unknown -

presidents, who through' the years generous help and encourage- a community.clubhouse. !, plays, food sales. (How we I
was taken from a recent issue -
have climbed: steadily the ladder ment.A Nothing definite was accomplishedand worked; yet had time to entertainour
of the Florida Club Woman,
of success In the building of this county fair was held during with the outbreaking of the husbands at a dinner; entertain -
our official Federation magazine; ,
r monument to their brave endeavor MrsVeeks' first year at the coun- war the work was of course abandoned Section V, Trl-County Federation beaut'tullY' expresses the thought THE Model\ T Ford led the motor Industry for twenty

Not without many a faltering step ty courthouse. Club committees Later, May 14, 1919 at a In February 1923, organize and purpose that! underlay the years because of its sturdy worth reliability and econ
lias this pinnacle been reached. arranged and had charge of meeting held In the home of Mrs.A. a junior club, institute clean-up
of Woman's Club
Always there were shown examples: booths; aolocited exhibits and witha M. Darby, another committee weeks, beautify streets and' In every foundation throughout the land. May its omy. Those same reasons continue to make it a good car.

for are courage and factltude committee of Interested businessmen composed of Mrs. W. J, Epperson, way promote the health, happiness lofty sentiments through the coming As 'a matter of fact, nearly one-fourth of all the auto-
Questions arose of serious and far took full responsibility for chairman, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, and prosperity of Starke.
fi years, be the goal of the members mobiles in use today are Model T Fords. Millions of
reaching importance; a wise and the success of the fair. A "baby and Mra. S. L. Peek, was appointed A budget system was adoptedand
of the Woman's club of
judicious decision must be alwaysat show" was a special feature and by Mrs. Weeks. "A cup and budget arranged by Mrs. In- Starke them can be driven two, three and even five more years

at hand. We do not doubt that intense interest was aroused over saucer shower was an added fea- man. The movement that had : with reasonable care and proper replacements. Figures

mistakes were many time made- the various entrants. this the time and time againto show
ture of meeting, secretary agitated us "(fold high the Ttm-li" that the average life is seven years.Don't .
some wise president has said: September 10, 1914 Mrs. Weekswas recording that they were to be rid the streets of cans, receiveddue
told high the torch! You did not
""k "Men still had faults and men-will re-elected. In October to- "used in the clubhouse of the fu- notice: with marked success. sacrifice your Model T, therefore, but take it to
light Is glow
1; have them still; gether with the ladles' musicale a ture." Wainwright's two years In 'Twas given you from; other hands, the Ford dealer and have him estimate on the cost of

; lie that hath none, and lives as $700' piano was purchased for the Nowhere do we find that this, otlic are outstanding in growthand you know. putting it in Al shape. A very small expenditure be
angels do, must be an angel." school. At that time Dr. A. H. committee made a definite report, advancement. may
'TIs only yours to keep bur lng the means of thousands
giving of miles of additional
So this year when the clubhouse Freeman was city health officer and but we have a yery splendid rec- In May 1924 Mrs. J. II. Ritch you
bright
debt Is to be finally wiped out through his splendid co-operation, ord of the minutes of an executive was made president of the Wom- service.
Yours to on when
pass you po
we are glad to hono r our past much work was done for health board meeting held at the homeof an's Club of Starke. Mrs. Rltch For labor of
more need light. a charge $20 to $25 can have
1 presidents, who have made possi- and civic Improvements. There Mrs N. I>. Wainwright president ,served two terms. Surely during you your
For there are little feet that you motor and
transmission
ble our Woman's Club. appeared In the Telegraph each July 22, 1920 Mrs. Freeman the preceding years the Club had completely overhauled. This

The first president of the Moth- week articles pertaining to these having the honor of makingthe become an influential factor In the I And must little guide forms, marching by price includes new bearing, reboring cylinders and any
go
ers Club, was Mrs. Ella LaFontls8eo subjects. There Is a record of motion that active work be life of our city. Mrs. Rttch. a side other work necessary. Parts are extra.

r |'. Hamilton, then principal of the club having; given an oyster taken towards a clubhouse. The woman of keen vision, charming your ;

the primary department of the supper to provide funds for street nfbtloa carried and was duly presented personality and splendid courage, Their eyes are watching every tear Valves can be ground and carbon removed for $3 to

Starke school. She was elected and vacant lot cleaning! This to the club and carried. gave a typo of leadership of the and smile. $.... The cost of tightening all main bearings is only $G.
And efforts that think are not
y+ October 3th., 1906. !Mrs Hamilton years work marked the federation In February, 1920, Mrs. Weeks best. Her regime Is noted for worth while you The labor charge for overhauling the front axle $4.50

2 has been ably described as a of the school and civic club with resigned! owing to her removal marked advance along all depart- >
$:
..May sometimes be the very help to -rear axle assembly) $5.75 to $7.
1 woman of gentle dignity and the statefederatlon of Women's from Starke. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns ments. The department of the ,
need.
beautiful character whose( influence Clubs. Mrs. J, D. Randall of Law as vice president, serving until American home, also beautification Actions they to which ther! souls would New universal joint will be installed for a labor chargeof

has left ifs: Impression upon tey was a helpful source of Inspiration April when Mrs. N. D. Wainwright was added. give most heed, $3. Drake shoes relined for $1.50. Rear spring and
the lives and characters of our and Interest In this was elected. Dy July Mrs. The finances were greatly augmented
So that In turn they will lift it perches rcbushcd for
$1.75. The of
nb children, many of whom are club broadening of club life for the Wainwright had her plans for the all notes being: met as cost overhauling

4 women today We remember her women of Starke. following year In operation. In they fell due. Special attentionwas high and say, the starting motor is $3. A labor charge of approximately
"I watch mother it this
with love and appreciation as the November 10, 1915, the club October Mrs. Wainwright was accorded the school, it being "my carry $2.50 covers the overhauling of the generator.It .

woman who gave to us the Idea of was served by Mrs. Ji R. Hallegan forced by III health to resign. Mrs.E. during Mrs. Rltch's term of office way.

A club for women. Mrs. Hamilton an ardent and capable club mem- M. Johns was elected, but re the annual reception for the If brighter paths should beckon: will pay you, therefore, to see your Ford dealer

.1 served two terms 1908-7' and again i ber. All departments prospered signed. November 10th. Mrs. W teachers was Inaugurated. Would you to choose email, and have him put your Model T in good running order.

f 1909-10. An office for the prin- I during her term of office Mrs. E. Middleton was unanimously Many palms and plants of various with your all you'd lose gain? compare By doing so you will protect and maintain the investment J

cipal In the high school building Halllgan! ; stressed civics, but neglected elected president of the club. We kinds were planted and civIcs have
Then lift the torch! You did not you in your car and months and of
t.fl: was equipped and furnished\ ; a no part of the cluba work.A well remember the splendid accomplishment as well as beautification was get years

,, school library was begun and clean-up and paint-up campaignwas of those two years. greatly stressed. light: Its glow, reliable transportation at a very low cost per mile.

dm much service rendered the school Inaugurated with lasting Mrs. Illddleton's unfailing tact It was In 1925-26 that singing! 'Twas given you from other

1 while she was president. benefits. Many public meetingswere and courtesy making the difficult was Inaugurated in the club and hands, you know;

j( Mrs Hamilton (Mrs II. B. Darco). held In the interest of a city undertaking less so. song books purchased. We also I think it started down its path- FORD MOTOR COMPANY

October 9, 1907.' Mri. Clara I beautiful and many Improvements Karlin 1923 the club was in- assisted in the sale of Stone Mountain : way bright

Lane (Mrs. II. C. Richard), be- noted. Mrs. Halllgan; also served corporated. A Trl-County Federation Memorial Coins. The club The day the Master" said, "Let

came president, serving one year. two termshowever; in the spring was also formed. The department purchased U 0 worth of coins and there be light..

Her administration was markedby of 1917' she found it necessary to of health' added. A 99 also became owner of the lucky Clemson College sagely reminds

the same high courageous spirIt move to New York to make her year lease was obtained from the coin "Florida 13" sold at auction us that a fertile mind is no less

she has ever shown In her ev- home. Her resignation was pending school board upon the old public and bid In by several business men Important to profitable! farming

+: : ery undertaking. The school was when April 6th. the war cloud school property. Later a deed to I I and presented by them to the than a fertile sod w- -

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Smith-Vereen land and turpentine tators by the destruction of a ed through our section Thursday. adgett, Mallory ': arCriflis.

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph (nuarters at Newport according'! : to quantity ot home brew and moonshine : ZIFF Mr Ralph Ilazen of Itrooker J. I.,. ''I( I 4,

the Btatunieiit. The transaction is liquor.! Five gallons and one .. Mian! Opal Lewis Cor. *. wan attending: to business In our ling:, L. J. Green. H. '

said to have Involved a conslderu- quart of liquor together wth: 46 ...........sN1.N...... section one, day of last week. I S Cooper Lucile ,. :
Mon of approximately 300000. bottles of beer were turned gul- Services will be held at Deedan Feeler, Jean {} '
The tract of land and timber terward after they had been seized Services were held at hock last church this Saturday and Sunday i Mrs. W. II. '

Live State News transferred In this deal comprisessome during a raid upon the premises Saturday KMi-r! Moody and Sunday of Lacrosse by the pastor Everybody invited to attend.! I Varnes. J. II. Moore

28,000 acres of choice pine of Charles L. Padgett, filling/: sta- Mr. Crystal Wiggins/: ; of New Dr. Jo:. L. Biggs, O.
r growth. It In staled.! At present tion proprietor on the Clalnesvllle- Mrs. Hill nines and sons' of Ulcer, was In our section: Friday. Italadon, Vance '
=--- about thirty-five crops are being/ Waldo! highway. Padgett upon Krooker. spent last week-end here man J. II. Toplln, ;

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES worked on this tract, the operation whose property the liquor and. beer with her mother, Mrs. S. I.. Pres- 'ul.lmn.\l'u's: : HO.NOIt ICOLL H. Ford, Mrs. II. C. !,.

culling for the employment of over were seized by SheriffVelis, Chief cott. (l. Carter, L. K.: Perkins.'t/: .
I one hundred The Deputy John Trotter and Deputies Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Howard of Names of subscribers who pa'd Freeman O. W. ; P,
(-,--,..n..n ,.__..__..__.___._-_..,__..,__..__..__..__uu___...__..__,.Y these employes men. Is released payrollfor In W. W. Everett!: and Henry Jones, Fairbanks, spent hint Sunday afternoon their subscription to 1 the Telegraph i' Osteen Wesley i: I t f ,

A proposal to bond the work In Florida, tonight; announced -''I \Vakulla county. pleaded guilty before County here with \Mrs. Howard's during the month of April : shall )o'averV.. H.
Hutu,,, Iturtow* for 990,000 for the the discovery of three new Infestations . Judge: II. U. liters and was fined! father \Mr J. K. Kelley.Mr. J. "". HedonbuuRh. O. W, White Brown, A. J. i 7

*'11"I I t the new Oaks hotel, Palutka Two ne roes' were $500 and costs and 30 days In and Mrs. J.V.. Lewis and C. A Futch, Mrs. Thoa.\ Brown, ner, J. II. \ .
lu"I'I', I, of when citizens voted In Volusla county and missing and believed drowned near jail with an additional 30 days in children: attended I the birthday of A. 1Lewis, L. L. Leach, J. K.KiiniceA. ier, Knoch: Gratis, /: i' r'
10,1, ,d today one In Drevard county, Inspectors here when default of the flne. Mrs. W H. Haynes. i:
today
ml:t against the issue At a span of the Mrs. Lewis' father Mr.V. J. I) Coburn, J. M. Alvarez I
,, 1 .
'?;; i n" .. election on the matter have discovered the post at New Rice creek bridge gave way under --S--- -- Johns of Starke last Sunday Stern's Garage, J. II. Bitch, II. Hill. W. T. i .1 I

s ,pn, nus. u1ted.. Smyrna DeLand, Aurantea and the Cumberland \Mills\ truck, which The first solid cur of peppersto Messrs. II. L., Yell and Russell I"', Jo', Slump, P. II. Hunt. It. II. J. II. Lowery, Mrs. ': I r
u ,II',' r. r OaldUll. the negroes were driving. The be shipped to the Pacific coast Thomas of Starke. spent Sunday Sullivan, Kllzabeth; Deen, N. (I. F. M. Norman( It. L. I 1 1J1
Beach-A lush In addition to the Vo- truck was 'from Jacksonville. One left !Plant City this week. The carshpmt'nt here with t tl,elr cous.'ns: L. O. Adams, Architectural Record Mrs. HlooiUworth, .B. Y
i Palm and Ilrevard( properties reported ,
\V :
General Lee's Barmy of the negroes was named Abe to San Francisco was and Johnnie Lewis. M. .J. Hurnsed T. U. Harding, Mrs.\ ('. '
i r of two new infested tracts In Proposed appropriations for repelling I'
u made cold
kM| Truell. The of other possible by a spell that :Miss Inez Lewis Lunimle .
ranks In name the Is spending: a V Snyder C. A. PrIngle R
1I11.d! the thinning ICustls, Lake county, and one new said! I have I the Invasion and combat
was to curtailed the
,1'1" memorial was not learned. The truck fell while lit Luke City with friends C. Dlnklns, I.. (I. Johns J. II. Saxon 1' '1
,i u Confederate one in Seminole county were announced ting the ravages of the Mediterranean ,
? I In forty feet of water and will California I pepper crop. and relatives John T. Smith. 11. H. Purvis, I
i . ,!? be raised tomorrow Manager Miss Martha Groover has returned R. S. Grltus L. It. Kdwanln: J. S. .
Worth, was 1 the one repreof tonight/ Despite Mediterranean\ : fly trees and seventy other varieties
,
I L..I K Walker of the Jacksonville branch home after spending; a while In Austin, F. F. Flume. J. II. Hund\ I
Civil and other
,,, ,' the south's warand handicaps Florida oranges of fruits and vegetable; Florida .
,r\ I of the Cumberland Mills went to Jacksonville with relatives and ley. W I1. llnrt. W. K.I: WalnwrlKht Itt
to him memorial day Tallahassee\ --The Florida: supreme : are bringilig: better prices have jumped from 9250,000 to
( 'tm" the scene of the accident friends. Mrs. John Raleigh ,
yesterday Courtney .
,, "",..rds..! court today held In effect than at any time during the past 91,000,000 in measures presentedto !. .
?? I' ._ that the Jacksonville Terminal ; afternoon. A report received season. Valencia oranges are saidto Mr. Miner Starling of Graham, Hrannen, Roy Edwards; N. J. the state legislature in n1E'f- .
here last night!/ stated that bodies was attending: to business In our Roberson, Krrol: Alvarez OarolaCafe.
u-oiiville -- A carload of clt- company may continue to excludeall be of better quality than ever fort to protect Florida's leading industry i" ;
I 1.1 of the two I negroes; had not been before and section one day of last week. S. II. Clark, F. U. Hemingway \ ;- '
Florida) bringing much better '
unit from central but the Jacksonville Cub and! are -
l ni- recovered. Arrangements have Mi. Rich Mills and( llnrlleItroughten J. C. Sllcox. (1.V. !Roberts.J. \ I. I d1
,,,,, i, was Intercepted here today Baggage: company In the handlingof I prices than any other oranges
uli been made to raise the truck this this of Graham were In our I n.) Howe G. U. Ileiuiett. A. II. nunnell Operations started r'i' ;
,, ml' Thomas and 11. 11.VII- baggage: claim checks at the shipped season.
I i for the morning section lust Thursday on business.Mr. \ Shaw. C.J. Powell. W.D Card, R.K.I: at local potato cunning plant. te 1.
local Inspectors terminal station. The decision
I,11' i was Green Cove New Rube Glover of Hutler I n. and
Springs/: -- furnishings Lake Hornwby. Fred G. Stern.V Lake City Grocery mar-
board and federal gov-: In the case of the Florida Railroad \ ti'
n.,1," iiltint I I Gainesville The citizenry was and equipment Installed was attending: to business In \ Dell A. O. Jenkins. A. L Green ket opened next to Columbia: 'j;
contained no evidence commission against the
terminal
I :II" .III.I again entertained at a liquor-bust at Qu-sl-sana hotel. our section last Wednesday and LV.. Plnholnter, Jr.V, C. Prnthor. Pharmacy. 1
of I the Mediterranean in which the
company
>
\ : r commission I ing soiree yesterday when Sheriff Tallahassee Building permits Friday. J. H. Williams. C F. Kalch Entire village ot MHllgnn, re- f !
Thomas said to- alleged\ that the
terminal
11 : 'Inspector H. J. "Bob" Wells and a crew of Issued in Florida during February Mr J.V.. Lewis and son, L. 0.. I Mrs Edna: Lewis J. n. Maxtor, Iru cently flooded by high waters, may j! '

,: company hnmil'UK: /: was baggage discriminating/ claim checks In the ) cohorts. \ brought... tears' to the. eyes totaled. 91,864.7(17.. (. spent Sunday afternoon.: In Waldo. : ---- ------------- --- : ------ -- ------ --
Million!. Hon.. J. S, niltch sunifiident In favor of the cab and baggage ---- ,---.-r __.__-, -- __ ___ L_ _____rJ__- ._,. _...__ _M '_----- --....- -- ,r j

,I' of the Florida State company and against all\ other j :
'I
piII' 11 yesterday permitted the transfer concerns. '
,i:tt i-l: inmates of the farm to cele- ,' :L, "IT:

hi.itithe, ''' Passover In their own .'Ocala--Machinery Is he'ng Installed ,
u.i\' A supper was prepared by I \ In the tomato canning plant I .J t
'
U, i,, niilii Cfhechter, superlntend- which will operate under the firm r
,,1 1 f the Riverside Underwear name of the Surprise Canneries WHAT Do You WANT ANYWAY '
.
I J'.1', i,"'i\' and was enjoyed by' all of Inc. M. H. Drusteud, one of the '. : ; .: ,1 'i.

ili,. .I i, wish Inmates proprietors says the plant will be ., I !
ready for operation by May 15. -==-. .. --.. .>;. ..

I F""mi,, l\IYNs-Taklng drastic ac- and and probably earlier. A labor -
Hn,,i ,10. protect Lee county citrus force of 40 will be requiredto ii r

ni. ,,,i\ > from any possible Invasion operate the plant It Is said. If A BALLOON GUARANTEE ; :

ni' 1 tin,' deadly Mediterranean fruit sufficient supply comes In two I
th which Is ravaging: the central i fliltts will be employed. For this

pan ol the state, county authority season tomatoes will be the only i.j.tI
have ordered a strict inspec- vegetable/: canned. However. if

n"ni nl all cars entertlng the count prospects warrant expansion it Is ORI
i 1111111 the north the seizure of stated by the members of the fIrm

nun' "I brought over the county line that additional units will be erect- I

n..ni.., the areas In proximity" to the ed by another season. tf
ni.ted" regions and the careful h
A BALLOON TIRE ? Ii
luiingatlon of cars or trucks carry- Fort Lauderdale Invest iga-

III. the suspected fruit. t'ons Into coast guard activities in
running down liquor boats In this

Plant City-Figures tabulated area resulted today In exonerationof
.f
li\ 'asi Hlllsb orough county ship- two members of the service and r

I I' i r showed that a ..otal of $,893of .,- discharge of another. Iloatswain's
M""> quarts strawberries hadn Mate Lord and his assistant in I

; cad by freight and express dur- picket boat duty were absolved of this
When remember
iiiu the I!)28-29 season( which to- c barges that they boarded a pri- you go to buy a tire : fri

j.. I tiler with truck movements runs vate boat last Sunday while drunk ; '
'
tin- total to about 6,000,000 quartsi and made prisoner of the crew of If .
,, ......... t
.
\
,i II'' w record for shipments. The four men. Boatswain James It. .... A "" ,,- _
II Lit' es averager 24 cents a quart Ingrain was asked( to turn In his ....P..1 I \ I
in .1 i gross value on the local c. o. resignation following findings In I I'?'M (,

il market of 91.440,000, or anumated I the Inquiry into firing on Miami\ j ,I No tire guarantee is any / ,- '

net profit( of 9480,000. River, near downtown Miami, Sunday {
f before last, when bullets flew J ,! better than the tire itself! 7' I ;,

tit t Petersburg-"No plan has Into' buildings and into a houseboat : t *

been entered Into or agreed upon ,
,-j, ) '
lime or any official of this com- S'S "' ... .
>
pant ." was the only comment of Plant City-Somewhere between ," ...a $

Ceorge S. Gandy, president of the Plant City and San )Francisco a T: ltfriaranfrfpnnunalitiire } And: after all what are : :

Candy: Bridge company In a flat carload of East lilllgborough- ,. you
"
denial today that sale of Gandy grown peppers! Is on 1 the rails, tvtry Goo ?tar i 'f w

bridge;: to southern financial Interests headed west. The shipment for- .- tire ?
buying or a '
was planned. The denial fol- warded by H. W. Burch, Inc.. of agqinsl defects .,J a guarantee,

lowi-d. the appearance of the Tnmpo this city. Is thought to be the first 1 I
ritm1irtlifr.i '
Times carrying at story to the such loading to leave this point for f Y ,

effect consideration that negotiations at the were present under the California largely: as city.a result The shipmentcame of cur- \ GOO lfeAR "s: \. That's why Goodyear can guar=. ; 4'C

of the Pacific .
tine, tailment production on I I"
(coast resulting from recent '

M'aml\ -While many of her sex cold weather, according to C. O. a : rantee every tire bearing the I ; t -

an. restoring to pollt fiction In an McHae sales manager for the local .

effort to appear as young as pos- company. The car will be roiling S ... Goodyear and serial !
ible Miss Catherine Eila Oppen- for 10 days to reach Its destina- ._ name ; M',,

born today had her legal/: age adVanced tion in scheduled time. The load '" '.t,

order a year Oppenborn and a half is by actually court consisted of. 420* crates.* ) :k .tlC;" '.. number for the life of the tire ,

'
-Uss
f
order St. Petersburg-James F. nick!
only 19 1-2 years old, but an

issued In circuit court gives her ers, prominent attorney who was Not for just 20OOO'Lmi1es or six months or a year y'A'''
authority to transact her own business kidnapped In front of his home by ,

and even get married without five armed, men this afternoon at

parental consent, if she 1 o'clock was In a hospital here but forever ;
suffering from the effectsof ,
pleases. The petition was present- tonight ,. A
I ?
.i-d I by the girl's father who Is a a thorough heating administered (
Miami peace justice by hs! asslaliants. The only

I thing the lawyer would say was We represent Goodyear here in I
Wauchula-Packlng houses here that he was leaving St. Petersburg your

Inrh''' have been packing citrus and Florida not later than Tuesday

inatoes, planned to close today night and that he would never / neighborhood. We offer standard '
you r'
> ruse of the quarantine In part practice law again. He said he ; ,
1)t i the state against the Mediler- did not know his assailants and It J i

'Ih..mean.. embargo fruit fly.will hamper It U believed :| he reveal did, their he sad!Identities.he would not In addI-dare Goodyear service. We help you get more JfifflJ fl((41\; \; ,

If} m from this section. move-I! tion to beating him, the men took ..
'h. ni? taken to prevent the fly 92,000 in cash which he had in : miles from your tires FREE miles. 4 tr

gaining! a foothold In Hardee coun-I his pockets and a Masonic ring r '

ty ,, the commissioners having putt I which he wore.. __ ; I t 1


a'"lures. "up. where the of convicts fruit culls dump and at work refuse east of cleaning have then -, the Fort vicinity Meade of-Fort Corn Meade growers/: will In So, if it's a guarantee you want, why not JJJ .f {: ',1,1I

bl'i n deposited all season. The harvest a crop of roasting ears
fruit Is being. burled valued) at more than 933.000, It have a real guarantee ? We'll give it to you. t;:

Is estimated by buyers now In the I :.

Ocala The first solid car of market here. Corn Is bringing 91 ,.
tomatoes to move from Marlon a crate and a great deal alreadyhas t 'Ii}
been shipped. The fields are 't tf
mty this season was shipped !
f'' ">m the packing house of Tucker In good condition, a recent rain 1ft costs no more to buy GoodyeavsRITCH'S t'\;
k Simmons yesterday. It Is said having come Just In time to be of y

rills was almost two weeks earlier greatest benefit. R, w. Titus of

than normal. Shipments of cu> Ocala, crate dealer and buyer, has ,, '
section, and ..; H
1 umbers and string beans are con- been looking over this J .
I' -ulnv; to roll In volume with said he believed the estimate of ,

l ', '-a fair to good. The little off the crop value was low. lie add-
to ed that Increasing yields here Indicated Cat
"allty In beans Is attributed SERVICE STATION I
dry weather. Marlon's tomato that next season probably Lt'
would be Y t
of I '
crop will be harvested from ap- 975,000 worth corn
Pmxlmately' 4000 acres this season produced In this area.

against a 2000-acre crop last sea- !
ean., Tallahassee--A deal, said to Starke Florida

have been the largest ever put w ,
Orlando-Wllmon Newell state throught In Wakulla county, has
Plant board commissioner In Just been announced here, the .-. .. .- ----_.". ,.

charge of fruit fly eradication Singletary Investment Company of I Iv"Ir -- -

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/? rAG: FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. NTARKI3 FLORIDA VUTOAY. MAY 3M ,111::,,

t ._._.._ ______ __n___ ___ ____ -_._-__ __________._-- --- ._--.. ___, -- ----- --- .. -- .- -.- ---- -- .- -- _._. '- -- .- -- .-. .- ------ --- -- ----- -- --..---- --- --- -

I r ....................... visiting In Lacrosse last Sunday. I 1- '----'--__
.
Mi. and Mrs L U. Galuey and
: BROOKER
Lois and Mr, and Mrs
!Miss| Tcnrlo! Cainey.ON..000ON00 daughter ,
"Society'lJlftS. R. M. Gainey were visiting In
........4. Sampson City last Sunday.

Mrs, H P. Clalney and children,, M.SH; !! Lillian Fogg of Graham attended -
B. Y. 1' U here last Sun- "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA'
Mrs A, i). Crosby and Mrs. A. F,
day night. .
-
('.\ \'.\ AMI MUM.NN green; ribbon. Raulerxon were visiting In Lake !Mr. and Mrs M, P. Matheny and

I'I," IIOHTKSSKH: : TO I'" 1>. ('. The society president Miss Edna Butler last Wednesday. Mrs. Ward and son attended
SPECIALS Starke Florida Friday and
Stansbury, In behalf of the young Mr. Sanderson of Starke was church at Hampton last Sunday --- Saturday
Stately Easter!: lilies in large transacting business here a few Messrs. Alph and 1 Emery llazen
people, presented the honoree witha
n, vases and baskets were used to add: days last week. were attending to business In Gra-
of the when beautiful gift towel. Miss Cal- Misses! ", Stellmae and Florence ham last Monday FINEST'COMPOUND
to the rooms
beauty
Icnder being so overcome by surprise Ward and MlnnJonephlne: Chesser Messrs. Cyril, Garret and Hugh LARD 2 Lbs. 25c
'; Mrs. Paul S. Canova. Sr.. and her she was unable to respond --
I
are spending some time In Jack Dukes of Dukes, attended B. Y. P
daughter, lira. George B. Flynn, until later. sonville with friends and relatives. U. here last Sunday night.
.
I'at' entertained the W. T. Weeks Ice cream and home-made cake Miss Lois Calney, Mrs A. B. Misses Lorena and Ozenii Green ;

r Chapter, U. I). C.. Wednesday afternoon was served to complete the eve- Crosby and Mrs. Knight were and Mr.\ Russell Green were visiting -' '
nlng'a/ enjoyment, with mints and RICE 5 lbs. for 25c II CHEESE Lb. 27c
; from four to fivethirty.In salted pecans on the tables duringthe / ler trammeling Wednesday.business. In Lake But- In. Dukes last Sunday afternoon Grain - -

the absence of the secretary. I 1
v 1, :Mrs. R, A Weeks 'ailed the rolland games. Miss' Mr. H. 1'. Gainey and Mrs. A. Mr. Ernest Hewlttt and Miss
Among; those present were: : F. Kaulerson were transacting Avis Dukes dinner guests of
read the minutes Mrs. J. M.lirownleo were
; Dr. and Mrs. MAXWELL
Hazel Cullender.
I buFlness In St'/ ke last Thursday Miss Lorena Green.
read the treasurer's report COFFEE ':; Lb. 46c
i Mr. qnd Mrs. C. N. -
Lowry -
night Little J. C. Uubose spent Sun- HOUSE
Miss .
,; and the president Christy Mr. and Mrs. R. .. Clark, I
oth- Mrs. A. B. Crosby who has been day with his grandparents. Mr.
Amelia Hay, presided Among
Miss Carrie Uglow, Hazel White
business before the visiting!! here for several days returned and Mrs. It. II. Greene.Mr. ,
brought
er Edna Ouasle Mae I I
Davis Stansbury to her home In Jackson- und Mrs. O. W. Barry were CLOVERBLOOM CLEAR- I II
Mrs. L. A. present
'j Chapter
Bennett. Kstelle Kendrick, Chris-
ed the names of Mrs. W. II. Parks tine Kalir Beatrice Bullen, IvnBoyd ville Mr.last Cannon Friday business visitors to Gainesville I B IJTtER BROOK, LAKEVIEIV{ Lb Sic .
was transacting last Saturday
,
and MI's.V G ]lade for membership Lee DoJHe
Laura Hemlnway, in Starke last Thursday. Dock Thomas and Miss
and the chapter voted business Mr..
Lamb, Ina Forsyth, Lydia
tt, Mr. Clyde Cone was transacting Mathls of Lawtey, were visiting
receive them.
to
unanimously
The historian, Mrs. Weeks, readan Scott, Margaret Williams, Mar- business In Starke last Thursday. friends here Sunday. 10 POUNDS i /-STlllNG' i

Interesting sketch of events In garet Ann Malpas, Margaret Mr. R. M. Gainey was attending; Mr. and Mrs. Dock Waters and II'

r the sixties. Lowry Mr Wesley Bryan, E. A. to business In Starke last Satur- children, spent Sunday at Ualford SUGAR for 52c BROOMS 34c
I : .
I Wilmot, C. II. Bell, C. M. Cull em. Mr. I
the guests of her parents
21' Four girls from. the C. of C' and others I day.Mrs. as:
Chapter favored the company with 9 A. F. Raulerson of Okee- and Mrs. Dyal. -

beautiful musical numbers; two IMMXilt.VM AT IIAI'TIST i chobee, who has been spending Rev. Anderson spent part of last

trios-Birthday March and Love's CIll'KCII r i some time here with her parents, week here at the home of Mr. '1', 10 POUNDS VAN CAMF'
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey returned B. Pinhols'ter. lie preached at I
Old Sweet Song were played by --
JI III
of 11, Lois Long, Evelyn and Marjorie Mr. and Mrs. :I. E. Trice from home last Saturday.Mrs. the Baptist church Sunday morn- POTATOES18c I MILK 3 tall cans 27c

; 4r Stump; and Lola Adklns gave as the state Baptist Children's Home Gerald Adkins and baby ing and evening.Mr. ,
who have been spending some timeIn and Mrs. Wilbur Rhymesand
an Instrumental solo the noted I with thirty of the young people of
)'h ; I claasis.: "O Sole Mlo." I that institution had full chargeof Lake Butler with her parents, little son, and Miss Clark and .

'? ," The hostess, assisted by Bunnle the program on Sunday eveningat returned: home last week. Mr. Reaves of Worthington, were BACON FINEST Streak O' Lean IL

; k lr Canova and Martha Powell, serveda the Baptist church. Mrs I. L. Eubanks and children visiting here Saturday evening. ''DRY SALT Streak O' Fat 1C

4 it beautifully appointed Ice course, A splendid and enjoyable musicale who have been spending some Mr. Alph llazen was a visitorat

with sweet peas as favors. program was rendered by time with friends and relatives In the home of Miss Hazel Under- -- .-

1 i Enjoying this meeting with the the children. Mr. Trice gave an Jacksonville returned. home last hill of Rising Saturday night. PILLSBURY 2JLBS. I

t hostesses were: Mrs. S. E. Brown- Interesting; talk on the home, and Wednesday. Mr. S. M. Molt and A. L. Crosby I iI, 12 49c

.lee, Mrs. Elite Miner, of Lawteyj; what it stood for. Mrs. Ed. Crosby of Jacksonville were business visitors to Starke I I LOUD SPEAKER IDS.

i Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. L. A. The party left Monday morning. Is spending some tme: here with last Monday. FLOUR $$1.15 _

Davis Miss Amelia Ray, .Mrs. W. While here they were entertained friends and relatives. Mr. H. P. Gainey, S. M. Molt, I FLOUR 241bs. 95c

y L. Wall, Miss Olive Ray Mrs. J.W. In the Baptist homes. Mrs A. B. Crosby and Mrs W. II. White and Den Polk were

Hilda Shriver and Miss Lois Gain business visitors to Gainesvillelast .
r Andrews, Jr., and Mrs. H. A. SBIilIaIi -- t .,
Weeks. ; r.uirv ty were visiting In Lake Butler Monday.Mr. v

The June meeting will be a last Thursday.Mr. ", L. R. and 11. M. Gainey J. CUTLER NO. SCAN rj''I! IIANDY 2-10c pkgs

,' spend the day party at Klngsley An atmosphere of Informalityand II.[ P. Oalney and son Ever- J. Morgan, Ben Polk Luther Sow- |!_

'c, ',,1r lake, which wll be the last meeting friendly cheer prevailed at theBridge ett, ''were attending to business! In ell, H. Hand L. (E. Greene and PEACHES 19c MATCHES forl3c
-
; iT;, before the summer vacation. party given by Mrs. D. A. Gainesville lust Saturday. Norman Parrish were transacting
--- Montieth to members of her club Mr. and !Mrs. Lyon Crosby and business In Starke last Monday.

} '' MISS MI.VMK: (,KlliUKNTKRTAI.VS ; (Friday afternoon. baby spent) : the week-end In Green Misses Lubedla Plnholster, Rosa-

Poppies, sweet peas and larkspur Cove Springs last week. I lee Ward, Audrey and Lorena PEANUT I] WILSORB 3 ROLLS FOR

6'r'r wero pleasingly arranged In Mrs.' S. M. Molt and Clyde Cone. Polk were visiting in Alachua and

lJ' Cut flowers with Easter- Illlles the room where three tables were wero attending to business In Worthing Springs last !Sunday.: BUTTER Lb. 23c ;|l; Toilet
can Paper 17c
1 and gladioli predominating, were placed for play. Starke last Friday. Mr. Gerald Adklna: and baby, ,

'f attractively arranged as decorations Prizes: awarded to the winnersof Mr. Brownlee of Starke, wa attending Jean, spent Sunday In Hampton

at the home of Mrs J. A. high and low score for t the afternoon to business here several with friends and relatives.Mrs. .

Saul, when her sister, Miss Minnie were given to Mrs. H. C. days of last week. Olga Prevatt and Mrs. SIIO1pillJJag Filled with Useful Groceries 'o

a Gruber entertained members of the Wall and Mrs. J. A. Saul.A Mr. Bishop of Etnrke: was transacting Chitty and son of Georgia, spent FREE With Each Purchase of &J 50

D. N. C. club last week honoring salad course with sandwiches, business here last Saturday Sunday here with Mrs.\ Prevatt's .

1f Miss Myrtlce Jackson and Miss stuffed!! celery and ice tea was enjoyed mother, Mrs. Molt.Mr ,

+ i Myrwln Jackson at a' surprise by the following players", : Mr. It. A. Weeks and childrenof and Mrs.\ Fred llazen and .
'
kitchen shower. Mrs. Geo. Flynn, Mrs.'' Paul Ca- I Starke were visiting friends children of Gainesville, spent Sun- FREE LEMONADE SERVED '
,( + The novel way in which the gifts nova, Mrs. II. C. Wall, Mrs."' J. A. here last Saturday.Mr. day here with relatives. ALL DAY

-c, were presented and the verses accompanying Saul. Mrs. L. F. Smith Mrs. W. P. I G. W. Hnzeu, who has been Mr. and Mrs Harvey Eddy and

t 4 them afforded much I Randall, Mrs. N. Sternberg and transacting business in Tallahas- children: of Waldo, passed through --, .- -- _......_ .
merriment for this pleasant sur Mrs. II. C. Rltch. eee Is spending the week-end here here last Sunday. -------------

t prise. '-" with his family. Mrs.\ Lewis Shriver Is spending ness here Monday. 011 Company resnm;'
1 I'. T. .\. .:...:OI-'KH-KKM:
The hostess served cherry Messrs. l EJmundaon and
cream Wiley
The farmers of this communityare renovated.Trcounty
with
some time in Jacksonville operations at t i- t .
pudding! with individual angel food The Parent-Teachers Associa- reaping more vegetables than friends and relatives. Dinner Starling were business", visitors I and near Palmetto. '
-
cakes to the guests. for I the past few years. The beans Mr. R. \V. Brannen and O.V, to Starke Monday morning, --- -

_ Those Invited were: Miss Claud- tion held their regular meeting. will soon be over with and there Beasley of Lake Butler, were vUtlng Mr and Mrs. II. L. Hough and <0- .
Wednesday afternoon at the high
fa Ollchrlst, Miss Blanche Alder-
school auditorium with Miss are several early crops that have here last Tuesday. daughter, Doris were visitors here For Monuments.Marker -f
man, Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss just begun creeping from the :Monday. it
Madge Middleton in charge as Messrs. Emery and Alph HazenWl'l'e ( -*, Cn|>l"K/ or any Say with
Ethel Grltlln Miss Florence Matthews
,
ground. The cukes and squashare Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsof
transacting business In kind. of
the President, Mrs. J K.,; M. Rooks rrmcfrry work nail
Miss Madge Mtddleton! Miss was unable to be present. also producing very rap'dly.Mrs. : Starke last Tuesday. Clayno, were business visitors lawii, furniture, mil on or Flowers For All

Margaret Long Miss Myrtlce Jack- following Vogtlander of Jacksonville, here Monday afternoon. wrltf_
n' don Miss Myrwln Jackson Mrs. H, The officers for the is spending some time here with .OOOONO.OOO.O.OONOONO Mrs Ellis Starling and childrenof Occasions

', f C, Hitch and Mrs. J..E. Saul. coming year were elected: lends i and relatives. ... Sampson, were visiting tile The Gainesville
Mrs. H. A.Veeks., president;
"j MI KMOKIAI, I).\Y 1':1U'I: : ,S Miss Myrtlce Jackson, vice pres 1- Mrs Gld Crawford and children, : GRAHAM : former's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. Memorial Company Gertrude Godfrey
"fjm IMJlu Waldo last Thursday. G. Brown, Tuesday.
visiting
.
were -
..
lien t. Miss\ Olive Ray, secretary, .OOOOONOOOOONONt OOOOsMrs. Box 232
.*.ya\ :Mr. Clyde Cone of Brooker wasa Anderson
The, Memorial| day exercises un- Miss Madge MIdleton treasurer. iilnrMvllli 1 Ha.
h Missies Donlemne and Avoy \ Talmadge Schuler of the business visitor here Tuesday afternoon
der the direction of the U. IX C., An article on parenthood was '"Builders of -
f; of the W.; T. Weeks chapter was read by Mrs. H. A. Weeks anda Crawford who have been spend- State Farm wall called to the bedside Memorials.Everlasting". Phone 39 Waldo, Fla.

held at the Bradford County High talk was given by Mrs. Bynum ing some time in Wade with relatives ; of her mother Mrs. H. K. .

School Friday afternoon. Perkins. Health made returned home last Thurs Roberts Thursday. ..
posters by I .
60100NN00 0 0 .W OON.
Rev. L. W. Klckliter chaplain the students 'Were on display in day. Miss\ Pearl Johnson was guestof .

general: for the state of Florld'a.Rave Miss Claudia"! Gilchrlst's room. Miss Lois Gainey and Mrs. A. F. Miss I Edna Stansbury of Starke, : SAMPSON CITYCleo : ..._---------------,----,-_.
Raulerson and Mr. L. It. Gainey Wednesday night.
an Interesting address. After '" Thomasi00000000000N00 .
p tin enjoyable program was rendered '- (-iu)Sl!I V-K.t ht'111:1: ,: were visiting in Jacksonville last Messrs Schell Byrd and Leon ----- -

?r4 1, which had been arranged by Friday night. Dryden were business visitors to .OOOHi .
M Miss Annie M. Karchee became Mi1. Clarence Adkins of Hampton Starke Thursday
,& Mrs II. A. Weeks, Mrs. E. L. morning. Mr. and Mrs W. II. Smith and
the bride of Mr. Frank O. Crosby passed through here last Mon- Mr. Wiley Edmundson
r r7 Biggs and Mrs. A. E. Wall, flowers was a children were visiting: relatives In
i Monday, April 22nd at 10 o'clock business visitor
t 1ft were carried to Crosby cemetery day.Mr. to Starke Friday. Hawthorn Sunday.
'' and place on all the soldiers' at the home ot the bride 2715 Glover of Alachua was vis- Mrs. Neta Padgett and Mr. and Miss Lassie Wynn spent the
graves. rershlng Drive,' El Paso, Texas iting here last Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. P. Jones were shopping in
week-end !in Hampton with her i
Members of the J. J. Dlcklson the ceremony being performed by Chesley Fogg and childrenof Starke Friday afternoon. cousin, Miss Carry

camp were entertained luncheonby Rev. W. It. Hall of the Manhattan Graham were visiting here last Lawrence Wiggins of Clayno Miss Estelle Davis Wynn.of Palatka
Presbyterian church. The bride Saturday. was transacting business here Friday
the local chapter of the United was visiting here Saturday after-
Daughters of Confederacy. wore lace' over ivory taffeta, her Mr; I. L. Eubanks of Lake City, morning.Mr. noon.

veil of flesh net in cap effect heldIn spent the week-end here with his T. D. Dyal and son, Leo Mr.S. .
Mr.
Curly Smith
VISITOR KX'I'Ut'r.uxJou: place with orange blossems, and family.Mr. L. Prescott and Leland Litch- spent a few
days In Georgia last week.
carried a bouquet of white lilies, Old Crawford of Wade spent field of the Ziff section, were trans-
Mr and Mrs. Lester Kite and
," The new home of Mr. and Mrs. and carnations. The home, was the week-end here with his family. acting business here Friday. Mrs Sarah Jones attended churchat

Kobert F. Clark on Walnut street beautifully decorated with roses Mr. and Mrs. R. Crews 'were Mr. P. A. Crosby and son, Hugh
Hampton night last week.
was the scene ot a jolly assembly and honeysuckles, the rooms being transacting business In Starke last Butler, of Brooker were transact- one
Mr. C. J. Davis and Lewis
i of young folks last Monday eve- lighted by pink and white candles. Saturday tug business here Friday. son, ,
were visiting in Palatka ,
ning when the members of the Following) ; the ceremony Mrs. Mrs. A. B. Shaw and children of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brown and Mr. Sunday
and Mrs. Newn Warren and
Christian Endeavor Society of the Mosley served a wedding break- Gainesville were visiting here last children, were visiting the form-
n i Presbyterian church tendered a' Cast and the couple left Immediately Wednesday. er's father Mr. Jake Brown of family have moved to Starke. We

surprise party to Miss Hazel Caliv -I' after for a motor trip to New Mr. R. T. Osteen spent several Sampson, Saturday. wish them much success. NOTHING
Miss Carry Wynn of STOPS HIM
t,. lender of Vancouver, British Columbia Mexico. They will make their (days of last week In Jacksonvillewith Mr. J, H. Surrency.and daughter Hampton ,

who has spent the winter home here on their return from friends. were shopping in Hampton y
_ 4 here with her cousin Mrs. Hewke New Mexico. Mr. L. L. Morgan was transact- Saturday afternoon. '

and who la leaving for home Wednesday Mr. Crosby is a former resident ing business In Theresua last Sat- Mr. Aubrey Brinson spent the r

of Starke and has many friends In urday. week-end with his parents rs di {When miners' hearts get set on

4 ( The affair took the nature of a Bradford county who will be Mr. S. M. Molt! and A, L. Crosby I Mr. Everett Wasdln of Waldo,

touring party as the new game of pleased to hear of his marriage. were business visitors to Starke was a visitor here Saturday after- i finding gold, neither hunger
JLtv touring with other suitable games lie has been In Texas for several last Saturday. noon and night i I II'I

l ( were played During the evening; years, and Is now In the employof I Mr. Leslie Greene E. J. Lewis Mr.\ Fate Brown of Starke wasa blinding snows zero temperature

several telegrams were handed the PasotBK Company. and Mr. Parrish were transacting visitor here Saturday night.

'J y Wins Caltender urging; / her to stay 1tlTril-Mr.1Ni'Oi: ._-II business In Starke ,last Saturday. Messrs' Fate and Hubert Brown nor north country silences swerve

In Starku longer. Mr. Paul Stewart. was transacting and"Misses Thelma Brown, LuvlloMcKae I
it The decorations were yellow and Mi' J. H. Hitch Jr. and Miss : business In Gainesville last and !Maria Haltiwanger them from their purpose. They
Lola Stanford
were married Wednesday
f green: complimentary to the colors Saturday.Mr. were visiting! Mr. and Mrs. Old
Henry The Must
chosen for roaches of afternoon at Live Oak Mr. rive Wayto on with not half
our Florida and Mrs. Frank {Reynolds of Brown and family of Starke Sunday go the chance
l railroad) Tall baskets of Illlles and Mrs. Hitch will return to Graham were visiting here last lh.now!In Mm,In building...w.d -. ':-

s l were also used.!! Starke Friday, after a short trip Sunday. Messrs.morning.Clifton and Olin Ray .,sal., -, la btulneahElmul of fortune building as you have

The rooms.opened ensulte were where they will be at home to Mr. Carlos Bolls of Lacrosse, and Vivian Sullivan of Waldo. ..,,11._ )In .... ....... mm
; named parlor, chair and dining their many friends. 1 was visiting here last af ..... ...,to ran,!.*..d la prop,.. by steadily saving.Bradford .
Sunday visitors
._____- were here Sunday after- Rul.U.lb.loll of.huiliiM .
cars with baggage and observation unprtp.r.rfiMM
Plant City Actual work I ternoon. noon. and Inert of proper-f<"ty.

l signs on the wide veranda started at site of new septic tank Mr. John Plnholster of Tampa Messrs. Roy McKinney and Fate Doo'l Irt .. .. ..
Mr. C. N. Christy acted as train or* Cad ;Hi u .. .... ...
for northwestern part of city; was visiting here several days of Brown of Starke and Misses Lu- tat..clM yaw IBHUUC la r_
go-'Til tank will cost approximately $10- lat week cile McRae and Marie Haltlwanger law requln-e.q

Special. 000. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shriver were of Waldo were visitors here Sunday -
yla h, Tickets were given to the guests bus'nestt! visitors to Starke last afternoon. County Bank

w, each having the name of a city en- Tampa Gas Company Inaugurated Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stowers Waldo, HAROLD C. WALL
r route to Vancouver and by which extensive program of expansionand Mr Ralford Bradford
Crawford and Miss were visiting their daughter, Mrs. County's Financial Stronghold
'Sr they located their eau at the ta improvements In Tampa which Avoy Crawford spent Sunday In Schell Byrd Sunday afternoon. INSURANCE
bles. The score cards were baggage ,will be carried on during next Waldo.
Messrs. Alph and Emery Haient STARKE FLA.
{ tags tied with yellow and Tour I STARKE, FLORIDA ,
years. Mr. and Mrs. I, L. Eubanks were Brooker
were transacting bust-



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'. !I MAY 3. 1021) nnADFonn COUNTY TELEGRAPH' STAUKE FLORID.' PACK FIVB

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52S2SaS2S2SE52SHS2S2S2S252S25i2SZ52SES2SES12S2SSS25ESE5a5H 3In 1--' wt-e-: guests of relatives ;;Starke Edwin Southera of Stark. 1111's.V, 1- \OTirioNiitlrf the pniiHluiiN of Chapli'i'' '' :'iau|. A<>IHof nroflfnid, '""nIY. ,"Florida 'to In. mlj.Ni.w. \

the weekend.Mr. '. Anderson. 102.1.Thlx I th.. ..r.ji.. .. .' /,
over ( Wooten, Mrs. G A I I llotiiil dati:d 'Ihe ml. day of i i J.. IH f hi' Iff of ,' ,
: IN hereby, to I'u- HUM ', do 1 "
Rl\tn countv hi>
I r hy itlv ntitiiuto (
Mrs. A. II. Harley. Mrs. Jo:. B. May A. it.. 1929. ;
.
of .
,
K kii.iun the owner ci-rtiiln rait InhiMi'limrtiT the owner and li> .ill 1 l..r..nH i onceriud I ,,,{f
Kits oi i and Mrs J. M. Davis, and Wells and Mrs. W. H. Biggs of deHcrlbed, and 10..11 5-3-31-5-17 W. J. KI'I'KHSON.Sheriff.: that'' the xald laftle 1 will beHold ,"'fff
H Htocal other" lnt">r<*Mted perHoiiH, that whereHK tu I HID hlKhuxt bidder, for caxhHt :;:1., ,
Hs IIlslMattie : Lawtey. certain cattle deHcrlbpd folIOWH TlHon Field, \ '\ '
Harley spent Sunday RH the plain wh r \1-
I i to-wlt : \oiitnNotice I I'I'I arc now lielnir held and' !!! .:\C
with friends" (] an4'J'elatlves In Jack .One hay horMC, !poor In rteiih. In detained at 10 o'clock. on 1..I. Idav.. thw17th 11 r,
Cadet Eugene r.. Matthews of 1I.!. .. J sonville.Mrs. Virginia Military Institute has 'been Helxed) by order of the State In hereby Riven to ITn- : of Halt Hale to In'. dlNnoxe.ilof 1
.re S I-.IM* Stock Hanltary!! Hoard under In accordance ""
i known the owner of curtain .'uttl8) with the provlalonit I' I',
been elected art editor" of "The the iirovlxloitH: of Chapter! 11201, Acts hereinafter dexcrlhed and to ....11oth..r Chapter\ 11201, Artx of MI2.1.! :
L. V. Moore returned from / Sniper." humorous publication issued of 152:1: f.fciiuxu xntd cattlu. have not Interexteit perxonx. that uherenH Thlx notice dated the 3rd day of
been dipped I accoidintf to law and certain. cattle dvxcrlhed UH folIOWH May. A. It., 1929.
Concerning Our People Business and Jacksonville Friday, where she by a selected staff of the Institute 1"1h"'n turned over to me aa to-wlt: w" J- Fl'l'I.Iti: ON. .I,
Sheriff of Hradford. County Florida' -s.at--iT .
was a patient: at the Riverside hospital. ,, Cadets. Cadet Matthews to be Hold. Two hnad of rattle, !prouerty, ofl ____ I ,
Progress of the County and Town.5'2.ruC.ru'j I. Now I, Unknown marked anil branded :
therefore Sheriff
IIH of
had been" a member" ot the art staff followx! lwlt. : One Heddlxhbrowncow. ,
\
Hittd county do hereby Rive notice la '
[ for some time but under the recent to tlie owner, and to all pcrnoiiMconcerned dohorned.. o::..r.r'w' cn>|i Kplltunderhlt
!Mrs. K. B. Lane and Mr. Helms appointment will have full that the mild catllo will fork underfill mi one othei.. MWIIMOW. "! DII. n. H. r.timou 1/' I
war mibrmidod.' :
: ue Mold to I the hlifhi-Kt bldde. for lntlt. !
Henley of Jacksonville, spent" the charge of the art department of caxh at Then Tlaon. Kleld the placeu I one red, and. white pldcd. .alf. tini i
Griffin U vUitljiK her Oklahoma week-end" with llr. and Mrs. W. B. here Maid cattle are now helnf held : marked und unbranded In llradford\ Over Corpenlng's Drug Store
MM, T J. City OMa., were tin the pu bllcatlon. and detained at 10 o'clock on Friday ountv' In Hone 10 HUMhr ">.|zed /

Mrs. L.. E. Jordan In Ovedlo guests of Mr. L. G. Hay Friday.Mrs. Parks. the 17th day of May A. 1 II.. 111211, by SHiili ordor, iHoard of the StutilAvt> stock rtiono aionito : I
,,11 r the of Bald ,. undiM" the nrovixlons '
proceed!* Halo to be dlx-
\ Iliinrwt () to 5.
Mr. David W. Moore recently" llU",1 of In accordancelth thiirnMMloim .. of Chapter. r..0111l Act' of 1112,1iiecauxe : it. "ti!Ic
: :
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy spent, resigned,: from his position with the of (.Chapter: !11201.> AclH of nHliI I mil been i iIIlp.d I! I
and rubbers, J,. F.< n. Johns left i y 2n.: accordliiHT to law and hn\ .
caps Sunday for ,
jars \ .
l-riilt" Sunday In Mclntosh guests ot Ir.J. II.n" ., .,
In HII-I..I ,
Bank of Starke to engage; 'thin notice dated the 3rd day of nv iI. ir> ?? n;| "riff |f r

K 1 Klckliter.Mi : Lachoochee to bo with her father,, C. Turnlpseed, Mrs. Sweezy'sbrother. Btrawberry farming at Lawtey. Mr. :May A. !D.. JDZ'J. ,.,,==............................... -- ---,-_- __--_-__ ___-- -______ '"'i'WIl. ,
W. J. RPIMCIISON.: : ;: I. === === J :
Mr. Andreu, who la seriously 111.Mrs. Moore's father, J. II. Moore, and 5-i-3t-B-17: / KhcrllTNOTU'H '

T A. nrlnson of Hugh, visi three of his brothers, J. T., \\'. F. ----- I :

,?!, ,i :Starke; Saturday. D. K.: KnfKht, and Paul Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edwards of and Paul Moore, ore among the I i
Jacksonville, will! I upend this week"
most successful strawberry and j
KnlKlit; spent Tuesday In Jackson
Mi r 11. A. Bishop visited Leesi ville. with Mrs. Edwards' parents, Mr. vegetable planters In the Lawtey Notice: the!Ix owner hereby of itlvi-n"certain to, < attl Unknown ':.-

i I. L- :Sunday.MINN; and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Hectlon and he deckled to cant In hereinafter dexcrllxiil and to all ,
other Interexted porxotiH, thatwhereax
\\', lu DouicliiH slKM-H run only 1><' his lot in the same line ot en certnln cattle.I deHcrlbed am .
Minnie CJruber wan shorp Miss Hazel: Cnllendar left" Wednesday deavor. follow., to-wlf:
jBckBonvlHe:\ Saturday. boutJht ill I"UukIt I"'I'lIb'I.jt'lI.Mrs. for ';"Indaor. Canada, after tine black' xteer yearllnpr: white:
In .
11; ,plde on hip, crop nplu, underblt one, .

: J. E. Futch of IleLand,, having spent several months with ('ODIISSIOiEHSICIOT; ; ) eai ear:,, :underxiiuare iinbrnnded.::: :; :) In upper Hiadford: bit county other

!HI1.IW!\ <)"J":\ IIOHP If now $1 .0:1 I1tSI'I'llh'I' spent Thursday with !Mrs. J. H Alice Hewke.Mr. S.IKKTY: KKSOI.l'TIOXS; and Zone 10', have been xeized; byorder ..
of the State l.lve Stock Sanitary
!!
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Williams at the Starke Hotel.Mrs. Hoard under the provlxlonx of -
and Mrs, Walter Underhill
t-hapter, 1)201) ActH of
At special meeting of the board 192:1.: hrranxei t I
a
Ennia\ of Tampa, was a vls- and family spent Saturday night: cattle have not been dippedaccordlnir \ .'
i.Hiy W. II. Edwards and Mrs of county commissioners at Starke to lawn, mid have. neen .
HDI m Starl Tuesday. M. I E, Edwards< of In Waldo with Mrs. Underhlll'ssister. turned over to me ax Sheriff. of llruil- ;
Lawtey, were Bradford county. Florida: on May
ford
County, l-'lorlda. to be Hold.
Mrs. L. Haltlwanger. : '
:
visitors In Starke Wednesday 2nd 1929, at which meeting the Now:: therefore: 1, nx Sheriff: ofxald 1 I
Mrs Lalla Chase visited Gainesville county, do heieby Rive notice I II I '
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Larson and public was invited to attend and to the owner, And: to all perxotiHconcerned : I
Saturday.
Peanut, chufa and velvet lean did attend In large numbers, the that the xald cattle will I
baby daughter Mr. anl11lrs.VE'lIs I be Hold. to the hlKhext bidder. for II
seed. J. F. Klckliter. following resolution was offered caxh Theo ... .. I
Mrs. Louis II. Hill of Lawtey.a ot Keystone Heights, were visitors at xald cattle Tlxon .1.th.\ placewhere 'I
are now ItelnK
held II
a visitor in Starke Monday. I In Starke Friday.Mrs. and adopted: and detained 1. at 10 o'clock on Kitday -
( Misses Hazel Underbill and Lu- That all citizens owning or havIng the. 17lh! dav of Mav, A' U., I
die McUae were visitors to Hawthorn Interest (In citrus fruits IV 211; the urocnedx of Hald xale tobe
Th. Hollar Silk HOMO at "Kl(rn- G. W. Mozo and sons, Dn- an illxpoxed' of In accordance. __with

In-lit'* 1 look K001 "n<1 w(>*r fllle- Saturday. vld and Walter and Mrs. C. \V.Liddou within Bradford county, Florida
Plan With Your Banker
of Jacksonville, spent Friday are requested to be governed strictly
:MH'iill( I'nttrrnii now fur xnlc /ItS"'I'lIb'J'J'N.
by the quarantine regulations
Miss Maurice Henderson, of In Starke with friends.
niai-kshear, Oa., la the guest of of the Plant Boards of the United

Saul. Miss Hazel Mlddleton ot F'. S. States and ot the State of Florida
J. A.
Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Malpos and
In the movement citrus fruits,
"'. C., Tallahassee spent the week ofj
family, left Tuesday for Lake When some business problem of importance
and that fruit be moved from
!Mrs. A. V. Long and Mrs. S. T. end with her parents Dr. and Mrs.W. no

Poll of Gainesville, spent Friday City where they will locate. J E. Mlddletou. the grove except to the packinghouse arises take it to Banker. It is
; and that all frnt! falling: your
In Starke. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Smith of Dnytona -
Col. and Mrs. E. M. Johns and from the tree be destroyed by his business to figure out knotty financial
Deach were guests of Mr. and
J. E. Cor- burning: as rapidly ns same drops I
('01. and Mrs. K. M. Johns came daughter. Gloria. Mrs.
ovi,'r from Tallahassee" for the Mrs. H. J. Davis for the weekend.Mr. pcnlng and "daughter, L'Etta, motored and that the sheriff with his deputies i Oldest Fire Engine problems and to render sound counsel and

to Oalnenvllle Sunday. be and they are hereby notified
week-end. in America
and Mrs. W. II. Andrews to see that said quarantine co-operation.
and family formerly of Lake Butler
Wanted" hens. Pay cash. J. P. have moved to Starke.Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Hoover was called to rules and regulations are strictly lI..nl'n' tonilon, In I6'R and hrauiihl InIt

Klckliter.Sirs. Oculu !Monday on account of the enforced and that the citizenship .lhlrlirm IV, In I ITo.1: _.*hal .xpcrlnreft -

--- --- death of her uncle, !Mr. Will Zew- In general Is requlnted, to cooperate II eoulil rrlulff toilHytInllmulply I
J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. E.
W. n. Parks, !\I 1'8. W. G. L. BlKRR. and Mrs. N. Sternberg adski. with the sheriff and his deputies M.x'liilril Mllli. lit. Arwl *v.-

Halle and Kitty Housed, spentThursday In the strict enforcement of frmalle Arv.filtlli]. |. flirm In III. Old CAPITAL AND SUKI'LUS $SOflWtM
\In Jacksonville. spent Tuesday! In Jacksonville., Miss Louise Fletcher, who has said rules and regulations, and Tl\'nrlil mil Ihr Nrw, II ...llnr. >...,1| the. (

been the guest of Mrs.V.. J. Ep are requested to notify such 8hel'In' lilrth of .lix-k Rn, IniurHnr* .. mn KOomle -
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Illftti <'|.ISM. iiilllliici-y ut low l nutltmiil nr..iMity.If .
OtViu'so lollo only $1 nt SU-ni- person for the past two weeks left and deputies of any und all violations -

.... IHII'1f! utMr. S"'J'lIb"J.jt's." Thursday for Jacksonville. thereof. I II Ililn alii niKlim niiilil., talk It would
111.10till'//; I .. ...
irg.. itVqiiMlit liuuranm for ynu la your
and Mrs. D. C. Jones and NOT KM '10 C'OVriCMTOIIMS I bu.inr.. anil your liumr.
and Mrs. M. A. Hughes of The Intermediate" G. A.'s will I
Arthur In SlarkeSaturday. -
Hon. Darby were
hold their circle meeting Monday <>nli><1 Lids will be recelvpil liy BANK OF STARKE
afternoon at 4. o'clock, at the ]I the Hoard. of lloml TrimtpeH\ of Hrndforil -* I J. R. DAVIS & CO. .
the olllri
County. Florida, nt
WTwoRnU A home of Melba and Thelnm Silcox. of the Hfcretnry of the lionrd ntStarke INSURANCE A ROLL OF HONOR BANK
.
Mrs. U. I n. Hawley of Green \ h'lorld.i until 10 n't.luck ".
Cove Springs, visited friends in nof\ June 4th. 11I2I.! anil at that
Mrs. E. M. Hooks Mrs.. A. Wood. time publicly opened for chniliiKit FLORIDA
Starke Tuesdax. .. .1.... road' In STAUKE, .
COLUMN. I >'v. _, Mrs. Pearl Snyder went to Jack llrnclfol-il nil viuliblnwr, county the: following

sonville Thursday to attend zone I /lload No. 61 irom Uoad No. 28 l>yHull' -
FOR RENT Furnished, apartment Mi. and Mrs. L. 1<'. Smith and and IrllllH.* to Itoiul No. .!*. ..
ot Methodist Missionary .
with private bath F. A. son. Leonard spent Sunday in meeting The total quantity. of. the Item rollowM that f *:
Society.Mr. \pro|>omilM are detilred are ax : \t'J *IIJ sjTItii
Scott, Starke. Fla. It* Jacksonville. ClearlnK and KrubblnKi 1H.V8acreH. I >
'If..
and Mrs. L. M. Cunningham; All work to lie done In accordance \
For SALE-4-burner Nesco per !Mr. und Mrs. J. L. I Frazee and with the .planM and ln"trm-l li.nx, : '
and Mr. Harold Carter of the" Forest ., .and contract :, :> '
fect oil stove cheap. See Olin \V. Mrs. N. Walnwrlght visited H|1)'lIlellllon. and 'proponul' .
Service, left Sunday for Ocala of llradford county. '
AVliite. 4-20-21. JacksonvilleVedllesday.. The rlKht In reHOrvnl to reject any
after! having spent several months and all bldn.1'laiiM .

I.OSTOne brindle cat-all colors Miss Virginia Weeks'' spent the in Starke.Mr. at the and olllce HjieclllratlonH; of: the secretary tnav beneeii Ij.t"
ul the boaid at Slivike, Klorlda.K. .
answers to name of "Smutty week-end" in Jacksonville with
and Mrs. John Van Neter 1>1. MATTHKWS.Chairman' .
Fare, ." Please return to T. & r. friends.If ;
It. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Plckerlll and r. A. Fi'Trir, ,
Store. three children of Jacksonville, will Secretary 5-3-51-5-31 t.l j
-- J'ou viint it r<*al 1 HOIM! workiiH i, '

Fun( SALE Cut Gladioli, Jl.OO iiHtiy SI(.1.11..1.1.11. spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. :......................: ) ,,.
L. Plckerlll. iv"la
l><-r per 100. Gertrude Godbey Anderson Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville" 1<, !
and Mrs. Albert Thomas IIi '\'
Mr. ILET
Phone 39. Waldo, l Fla. sprnt several days of this week Dr. and Mrs. C. Whltaker of the ME PAY ,;'

1:
41D4LJ.'ort
with relatives.Mr.
State Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. J. i : : ,

SALE Small strawberry and Mrs. ... C. Wall were L. Plckerlll. spent Sunday at : If you have never used! I\ "

farm new house 2 1-2 acres the guests of friends la Waldo, Jacksonville Beucli. Gasoline don'tj j; ,
Ethyl
210 : you ,/ .
broke one acre In runners; evening.
feet from graded road, mile Tuesday Tomato, sweet peppers and know the joy of motoring: t\\ "

north of Starke. B. B. Supp. It* Mrs. S. L. Peek- and Miss Mar Porto Illco potato plants. Place .nor the saving that you canl ,;.j.

garet Long were shopping In Jacksonville your orders with me. J. F. Kick-. :make in the operating ofj new. .Ford Sport Coup combine! tmart itylt wilfi miuntat tftrtJ.lately tJ"" f

WANTED-A good; young mule, Monday. liter. comfort and economy. Smart, trim and rakish, with a quiet ,: .
weight notless than 1000 Ibs., :your car. limflicily of tint that you' will appreciate* Rumbt ital ilanjjrj.' '

and not ovVr 6 to 7 years old. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkliis Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. A. : Try ten gallons and if not* It
Wood attended '
D.V.. Moore, Starke. 4-26-21. were visitors to Jacksonville Wed Wood and the shower Miss Grace given for Mrs. : satisfied, I will pay the ex-*

nesday. Reddish recent bride In ;tra cash. :
Roy a .
FOU SALE -- Tennessee grown .

Mis 1 B I a'-n'a r y strawberry t.'(....Inl( out AlunJuilCaii shirts Lawtey Wednesday. : Give a thought

plants, the flat kind, $3.25 per for $1.03\ ; '}'t I Hteruberis'H.> Mrs. L. A. Weekly and little H. H. Young |
1,000, f. o. b. shlppinK{ point. ,
Mar-Globe tomato and Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murden of son, returned to her home In Ocala '

pepper plants, $1.60 per 1,000.( Savannah, Ga. are announcing the Sunday after a week's visit with i Manager i when '

S. M, Carnes, Florahome, Fla. arlrval'of a son., born April 30th. relatives In Starke and Jackson | Standard Oil Station 201 I' to up-keep cost you ;:

4-12-41 -- ville. ........................ ,

BIO BARGAIN-$4.760 takes my Mrs. J. M. Marqus and two ,I

pecan farm in the city limits of daughters of Arcadia, were guests !Mrs. 1 J. M. Davis John Powell, ; .
Wesley Stearns, Paul Knight and buy new car
Starke; last year's crop over of Mrs. W. L. Wall Saturday. your f
Jacksonville
1,000 pounds ot nuts. Good Alice Fernandez, motored to ''f.

house, barn, chicken house; Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and lit Thursday for their music SPECIAL SALE .

some tools, etc. I am going to tle daughter, were guests of relatives class. THE new Ford car is a good car to cost figures. As a matter of fact, the

New York and need money. See In Starke Sunday.
me before May 15th. After Mrs. R. C. Dowllng and children Mrs. own and drive because of its low economy of the new Ford is as 'j I

that sale. L. Torruela, State's Attorney and Mrs. II. V. Mrs. J. Williams and j has been :' I '
date no W. Q. Dowllng and son were up-keep cost. It built to unusual as its beauty, speed, safety :

Starke. 4-19-tf. Knight over are the receiving birth of a congratulations son, April guests of Dr. and Mrs. \\'. E. Mld KEROGAS3Burncr ; endure-to stand up under thousands and comfort. The quality that .has :.\ ,(

MALE HELP WANTED-I am I 25th at St Luke's hospital.Mr. dleton Tuesday.Dr. J of miles of steady running been built into every part will t: I':

Store on
running a McNess \\'. B. Parks and !\II'. James all kinds of roads dollars each '
over save .
Jean Stoves
wheels and making more money I and Mrs. E. M. Davis, of Hampton motored' to I you many year I
Adklns
than I ever made before. There Davis, Mrs. Albert Anderson and Jacksonville Tuesday to bring back Reports of its reliability come not in repair bills. i :' fi I
In
l reliable man little were guests of raltlves I IIrs.
to$ an run opening a McNess for Store a on wheels Archer son Sunday. !\ Adklns in the, who Riverside has been hosp'tal.a patient $17.50 : only from Ford owners, but from In other worus, you ssve money I(

In Bradford county. $7 to $12 Friends 'will be glad to know that experienced garage men and mechanics when you buy the new Ford and '
around work, experience Mrs. Betty Phillips. of Jacksonville i I
dally,
year unnecessary, unusual of spent several days of th'lIweek !Mrs. Adklns IH Improvln'g.I ;. large industrial companies, you save money every mile you ; '

fer. Write me at once. R. A. with her sister. Mrs. E. M. J. E. Futch. prominent lawyer GARDEN HOSE I and officials! of Drive-It drive. That's something !. I '.

Hicks, 453 Cherokee avenue It. Davis.Mr.. I of DeLand stopped over In the city Yourself concerns which "Z to think! about when you

Jacksonville, Fla. enrout'e to Tallahassee, to I'!' J I
; ; and Monday
Flume :
and Mrs. F. definite
college keep day-by-day arc buying a motor car. "
his
of
old acquaintances! ft. I
''on SALE 8 acres four room dauiihter Claire, visited Mr. and renew Lake City.II'! Futch ,
In
daya 25 ft I
$2.50
Jacksonville $
. house, 1 1-2 miles from Starke, Mrs. n.V.. Mills In school here In the days '
attended 1-:
about four acres fenced and Sunday. of the old Florida Agricultural J Roadftcr. J(450( Phaeton j460{ Tudor Sedan, #525 nUneu Coupe, $525 ;f. j

tillable, balance In woodland. of Jackson College from which he was grad Coupe #550 Sport Coupe with rumble leal, #550 Tot JOT Sedan, #625

This trucking. Is rich soil. Price strawberry$800 cash.and I ville Gerald spent Mlddleton Sunday with his par uated In 1893.-Lake City Report 50 ft., $4.95 i (Ail fncei /. o. b. Detroit, pint chart* for freight and delivery. Bumptri and if art tin ."I,.".) .

Middle- er.
Mrs. W. E.
and
Starke Dr.
10 from ents,
acres 2 3-4 miles

with small house, all tillable, I I ton. Those attending Grand Chapter J. W. ANDREWS Jr. r :

and partly fenced, and noted for of Florida O. E. S.. from Starke ,
Is spending
good strawberry soil, price $650. Miss Harriet Hitch during DeWiii C.Jones
this week In Tallahassee I and Lawtey, In Jacksonville I
HO acres of the very best trucking several days Hazel Mld last week were: Mrs. W. E. Mld STARKE FLORIDA ,
Miss
as guest of ; -
and strawberry .soil, partly dleton, Mrs. W. J, Epperson. Mr. HARDWARE :
W C.Mr.
'
.
F3.
tillable, balance timber and dleton at and Mrs. E. W Hayes. Mrs. R. I

woodland, some buildings a real and Mrs. J. D. Moore and Davis, Mrs. C. A. Knight. J'j' I

Starke bargain.Fla.$1200. O. M. 4-26-St.Inman, daughter. Virginia of Wayeross.,May Green 1\lra. G. C. White


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Some Things To on mIn
4 ::4 II : HAMPTON : Mrs J. E. Adklns who has been excellent shape J. T. O. Ni, |h-,

1. Farmers & Farming How to Do On The FarmIn e Mla Ail* Nlm...... Cor. serIously ill for several weeks and ota assistant treasurer of Stou< oIi

0 hal! recently been transferred to a Webster, Inc manager of .
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RaisePoultry ..++++*++++..>...N.6++.
Month Of May hospital: in Jacksonville has many utility companies said In an IIIIIT.,

'' ; (Agricultural Editor) 1If' Last Saturday afternoon, April friends here and throughout Bradford view at Orlando. Nichols who ,is
27th !Mrs. J. R. entertained making a financial
I Colley survey of Fc| ),
------.- .- -- -.. By Or. L. D. LeCear, V. S. Gainesville, Fla.-Following are i In honor of her little daughters, county who are glad to learn Ida and of the Stone & Welwii",,'

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles St. Loud, Mo.DI..Le0arIsaprsduat.otheOntario. timely reminders of farm and I that her health Is Improving Interests in this state, which ni!.
Shirley and Frances" birthdays.The .
Mrs. J. O. Lamoreaux and Mrs.
9 !L of Farm Experiences and Methods Found Veterinary: Collcue. 1H42. Tblrtyai.Yearsnlveterinary I : :U grove work for May prepared by elude the Tampa Electric Company
pnrdc.. on diieuei large dining room was decorated II. A Delk were business visitorsto I the Davis Islands
I "l live Mock .n.f .. specialists of the College of develop,
poultry Lmmrntanhorlq Agrl-j
To Be Best Suited to Our Starke this week.
{ L\ CountryWATSON on poultry and Muck ruiiinu. with cut flowers in which meat, Key West Electric::: Compum.
f Nationally .known: poultry I breeder.: culture, Including the x the color scheme yellow and white, Mr. Alonzo Durden of Jacksonville Jacksonville Traction Compuiu'and
....: : .:-==:: -Y- : .--==::= ::.;::;:: :Oir:: -=- Nod author and lecturer. Station and Agricultural Extension Is the guest of his mother ,
the Florida: Motor
r-M........._..........._ Division. was beautifully displayed. Lines In
Mrs. T. J.
TELLS HOW TO RECOGNIZE I tlrlleie XVII <',Idle and IlnK*.-Keep beef The dining table In the centerof Rev. Clarke Durden.will 1111 his regular was future highly of the enthusiastic state. over till';

r 1-XJfiH; IS fons"I: ; I herd on good pasture. Fertilize the room, was draped in white appointment at the Methodist .

4,; ,n IJl'T SOT HUt II.\TIIIXO'' pastures and dairy feed crops. with garlands of yellow and centered church: next Sunday. Disinfection of automobiles ami 1

( ObK'rv-1 Feed brood sows shorts and skim with a white brlthday cake Mrs It. D. Hawley Mrs. P. B. other vehicles leaving the quuriin/ ,

THE MEDITERRANEAN FLY Ton Croat Cnfi ("it i)not He- milk mixed, BO as to provide good (bearing five yellow candles. The Hunt, spent the week-end with lined area to prevent runsport.!

(.
-' -- -- lintel..lug In C'liooHliiK the ters of hogs free from dust and and 1. Shirley is four and Frances law, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simmons uninfected localities will be inuac-

Ic ((4 Gainesville Fla. -- Discovery! of KI IYIMJMTKin.rJONH: : : ; Right Eggs: for tilt 1'111'114'0| lice: provide a clean floor or oil one. of Spnrr. They visited Ocala Silver urated immediately, according to.

(, ? the Mediterranean/ fruit fly In the \virii I'ntSTSSTIlIt.l'SOst:1I0ItHl'U'XIIXTnU.: : : :-: I I,ICH MtK-li of the Hwrpt of Hii '- the ground. Inoculate spring pigs Many Interesting and amusing Springs and other places of Interest a decision of state and federal ,uithorltles /-

1' state halt aroused much Interest ('( Hhful Inc'iilmllon. against cholera games were enjoyed by the little before their return. cqnductlng the erudlr.i

in tho fly by growers everywhere, {'..Hon.-If the mopping methodIs ones after which cake and sherbet Mrs. P. B. Hunt entertained the Hon campaign in central Florid.i
and Professor J. R. Watson, entomologist Calnnsvllle Fla. -- The time is to be followed make the mops was served. Many useful as wellas this
"Pigs Is pigs, according to the social of the Methodist. M. U. In announcing\ now regulation:
here when of watermelons
V1 of the Flor da Experiment growers famous story by Kills Parker But- (soft rags tied to the end of two- beautiful presents were presented The subject' used for this quarterIs Dr. Wllmon Newell, plant commi

Station has issued the following !- must take utmost precaution to let' and to a great many people foot sticks). If the dusting meth- for which the little ones In Spiritual/ Adventures and much stoner, declared that citizen ,
serious losses their
to
statement regarding the prevent eggs Is eggs, regardless of the way od is to be followed see that the I their happy manner showed much interest was shown In the work.A "need not be alarmed" and "no('
tri idontlflcation of the limed : crops from anthracnose. mixture Timely In which they are to be used dusting machines are in working appreciation. very interesting discussion not be worried about being sub
with Bordeaux
The adult fly Is considerably ppraying When. It concerns eggs for any order. He ready to make the first Those who participated in this was/ given by Mrs. Clarke and others jetted to great discomfort by rcu
of disease
ths:
will control the
smaller than the common housefly spread purpose but hatching that view application of poison just before delightful)I affair were: Shirley and from Waldo, lira. R. D. Hawley son of the disinfecting measures\ "

about the size of thee horn says Dr. O I. F. Weber associate may be as good as any other, but the squares form Frances Colley, Margorle and Mar- of Green Cove Spl'lngsV.. M. .

fly, BO common about cattle. The plant pathologist of the Florida oggs for hatching should certainlybe (J 1'01",1 Oirhunl.-Citrus: tha Joyce Johns, Lillian and Mon U,. lUcussed the manner in which The Graham-Paige; Body ('Of'.

abdomen of the Insect particularly Kxperlment Station. selected with extreme, care If Finish spraying' for melanose con- roe Tucker Edna and Kllenor they conducted their missionarywork poratlon of Perry, Florida, are expanding -

_ of the female, is very bread\ almost The fungus causing anthracnose best results are to be obtained. !'rol. Continue planting cover Harrison Fredrick and Dorothy : Her Ideas were inspiring. I and building .three morn

J roundish: in appearance but attacks t the vines leaves and fruit. There Is not great mystery about (rops in non-bearing: groves. Cul- WalterBon, Doris and Junior Rut- Plans were discussed as to when I. dry: kilns making twelve dry kilns

.; the end tapers ofT abruptly Into a The markings on the leaves and the process of making: proper se- t'vate' a strip around tree rows of lage; and( L. A. Johns, Jr. and how to raise funds for meet- In all. The Graham-Paige Corporation -

sharp point, the egg-laying; appa- stems are dark, Irregular dead lection. On the contrary. It is a young trees until September. Irri- Mr. and Mrs Wm. Kammerer, Jug the church oblglalioni. A ate using Florida lumberfor

ratus. The wings are conspicuously spots. These markings at first very simple matter. I have seen gate. Fertilize two or three weeks :Mr. and !Mrs. C. L, May Miss Ed- pleasant social time was enjoyed their bodies and their big plant

marked with diagonal: brown have a water-soaked appearance so much of random selection, however before heavy rains begin. Plant ith !May Jones and Mr. M. C. after which brick: ice cream and at Perry Is assisting materially in

,tl ,4 bands more or less fringed with They later shrink and become cov- that I am sure a few pointers (cover crop in bearing grove or allow Sweeney spent last Sunday. in coke was served. Then memberswere developing that section of the I

black lines. The veins of the ered with a pink sticky mass of on the subject will not beam natural cover crop to become Ocala. present. Those out of town state. I

wings are also jet black spores. When the disease! Is serIous iss. established with coming of first The revival services at theChristian were, : Mrs. Clarke and others from :

When on the fruits the females enough the leaves and vines First of all, let me say what rains Do not destroy natural church, are progressing Wuldo, and Mrs R. D. Hawley of v gGdfJOtp( irCOFFINS i

w(, bold their wings in a very characteristic die prematurely leaving Immature kind of eggs: not to use. Discard cover crop by late cultivation. Con- n'cely and much Interest Is being Green Cove Springs.: & CASKETSand

r manner: which aids melons. all eggs that are smalfc abnormally t'nue rust mite control. Treat manifested. Those meetings will ..
d greatly in idetifylng them The There is but one precaution to large very dirty Irregularly foot rot, gummosis and pnorosls. continue( through next Sunday eve- Utility companies of Florida arealrmlnll"'ll a Full Line of \I
i
wings are allowed to droop down take against this disease and that formed and those with cracked Pecan: Plant summer cover crop. ning. Everybody is invited to attend "' and they not only expect Undertakers'
Supplies
''r- until their tips rest on the surface B, as suggested; above, to spray rough, thin or Irregular shells. I As soon as nuts set spray varieties enjoy God's blessings that are to be using airplanes in their

y of he fruit. No common fly In with Bordeaux mixture 4-4-50 solution would especially warn everyone 3'isceptlble to scab with 4-4-50 being showered down during,; this business but nil of their offices AUTOMOBILE HEARSE \

%. citrus groves carries its wings in or dust with copper-lime against accepting the common belief Bordeaux plus 1-2 pound calcium great feaaf for Christian bouls. use the air mall service in send- IA'.n I
.
In n lianj. The beet rrtrI .
R. this manner. The flies are rather dust before the disease appears that large eggs are best for raselnate and 1 pound arsenate !Mrs J. L. Cooke accompaniedby ing out ma.'l! to points in Florida the lowest rl_ Hp* tal. .*.

J sluggish, particularly when laying the field. It la of little use to hatching. Years of careful experimentation lead. Apply thoroughly. her sisterInlaw.Irs.! Dan Harre.ll and other states. Florida utility tanllon to trl'rrmpk .rd.ru..

eggs on a fruit but when alarmed spray for this disease after a field and close observation Truck and (iiiitlcn.-Spray watermelons I : returned to her home in companies are very much Interested KEUISTBKED EMBALMER

ran dart way at good speed. They Is once thoroughly attacked, as the of the work of others has con- with 4-4-50 Bordeaux Brunswick, Ga., last Sunday aftera lu the development of t the air- DEWITT C. JONES

are Inactive on cold mornings. disease fa" persistent In favorable vinced me that the average size (with nicotine sulphate in It) to visit with her mother Mrs Min plane as a requisite for the transaction -

d The size: of the opening through weather and almost impossible to egg or regular form and color is control anthracnose and aphids; nle Johns of business. STARKE. FLA.
s
which the fly deposits its eggs in check. Early In the growing sea- treat all stems with Bordeaux The children from the .
1 of is the best for hatching. The exact Baptist Lake Worth has new city hall. '1II<.IIInm'I the fruit Is very small. This characteristic son the cost spraying comparatively size will vary, of course with dif- paste when loading in cars to control Orphan's Home at Arcadia, accompanied -

helps to distinguish Its small. ferent breeds. The same is true stem-end rot. Plant pole by the superintendent rendered -

i work from that of the pomace fly From April on through the growing of color. Any chicken raiser can beans, climbing Lima beans, a beautiful program at the

which lays eggs In rott'ng'! fruit. season. It will pay/ to spray or easily Judge the size of eggs to use black-eyed peas New Zealand First Baptist\ church of Hamptonlast

,, The opening made by the pomace( dust. Or, If there is any question according/: to this advice and de- spinach, okra, squash and pumpkins Sunday morning from ten to YES'Y We can

_ f fly, however, Is large enough to regarding the disease the grower tailed Instructions are not neces- eleven after which d'nner was BATTERY 8 illSFla.
k '% nee with the naked eye while that will! do well to consult his county I'mlltl'-\Vatch for coccldosis served on the ground. They went STORAGE InSmith's

made by the Mediterranean fly is agent or write to the Experiment sary.The hatching egg should be In young chicks. Avoid It by san- I lo Starke, where they rendered a I I
.
Gainesville.
about the size of a tin prick Station at -- sound of shell. It should be uauon.''L" Fatten and market cock program daring the evening.

The eggs are about one twenty'seventh .1 smooth, free from uneven or ere Is. Mrs J. P. Sullivan visited her
''IBT'S C'IK.IN rl'SU IVUXT Ul
_ of an inch long. The,, rough spots; should not be mot- Pig! Club i\'mb"I'I.-Prepare a children Albert and Cleveland Starke

hutch from two to four days int Read In the--paper---the other day tled or uneven of color; shouldnot pasture for your pig. Cultivate the Sullivan of Therestm this week. Garage I

_ minute larvae. These white: something about a campaign; they be thinner In one part than in corn and peanut club acre shallowly Mrs. Townsend is the guest of

y.i. grubs; are almost exactly the hd d are conducting In some of the !another; should not have ridges and often. Start finishing bar- lipr brother. J. K. Adkins this 9j .
of the cells of'the I markets. I
grapefruit ana bumps, humps or bulges, but rows for
cities and commun'ties to get> every I
I are very hard to detect. Afte r thing cleaned and painted up, should be as near to the true egg In the Home.-Begin canningfor .

v ,: they begin feeding on the fruit th! all spick and span. And I got to shape as possible. A slight unevenness home use and market. It will I

1 a i, pulp begins to decay and a sol l wondering about the advisability or variation from the help your county exhibit at state /b r E".....Ieel'7"no,,: o""o.

spot forms under the skin. Thl I Ideal shape does not necessarily fairs If you will get from your
of such a thing for our neck of the
usually the firM sign of Infestedtrult. I home demonstration exhibit
Ju ; woods, connecting it with our campaign mean poor hatches but it the un- agent )
This soft spot Is nearly al to swat the housefly. evenness of whatever kind you containers and fill them with fancy t t
the lower side of the fruit, be display.
ways on The more I thought; about It, may use is very noticeable better products to put on
As the larvae increase In slz, the more I liked the Idea. Just put such eggs aside for marketor There may be fruits or vegetablesin rd I It

tj, the spots spread and an openln!r to determine how much we need table use, season this month that will not

n i appears In the middle of each such a campaign over our way I Eggs; with unusually thin or por- be available next fall when you co

Soon after this stage the fruit l went down to the store the other ous shells are undesirable for get together your exhibit. Make

drops to the ground. The larva, afternoon and looked around. The hatching. The thin shelled egg jelly from Florida fruit juices. t

complete their development in the I Is easily broken In turning. .
school which closed last week, her
fallen fruit and when full grown', looked a wreck, with paper scattered To many people It will come asa NNN.....N.W..NN
a little over a quarter of an Inc t I surprise when they learn that .
all over the. grounds, and not
long they enter the ground to KI window panes broken and the dirty eggs should not be used. I : Rising :

t into the pupal stage. paint: cracked and blackened. The speak from experience however, :Miss Iris :McRae, Cor. .
overs.ooo
The pupal stage requires abou .
when I that such Is the case.
19 days at ths! season. In warm, roads were lined with unsightly say ......................+v
i
signs. The fences needed repairs Slightly soiled eggs/ may be usedIf ,
r' i I er weather the time will be short badly. And this hardly begins to they are first carefully cleanedby Mr. and Mrs L. Crawford were

i er. Often the larvae do not elite r tell the disorderliness I noticed. rubbing! lightly with a damp visiting the latter's parents Mr.

the ground at all but pupate uncle When I got to the store I 'pretended cloth or sponge. If that will not and Mrs. G. W. Burney of Starke.
t'' leaves or other shelter on the clean them they should be put' Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Barnes spent
to be busy so as not to at-
ground.!: At the end of the pupa tract attention but I was looking aside for other uses. Under no the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
period( the fly from the II. M. McRae.
emerges c'rcumstances should eggs be
\
things over. Most of the autos
,tf ? pupa case and works Its way up to parked around the store were washed thoroughly. The thor- Mr. Floyd Crosby was transacting :

d. :Jie surface of the ground. shabby and muddy. The owners ough wetting and hard rubbingwill business in Daytona Friday.
r Although they are said to have destroy nature's protective Miss Ellen Norman was the
appeared just about as shabby,
been carried considerable this guest of Miss Jenne! Maude Cros-
surface film thus hastening evaporation -
and I little clean.'ng:
am sure a up
'
I tances by strong winds adults doa by Sunday. dewO
and palming up would have beenIn of the contents and allowing -
: not fly far ordinarily. In a block order for their personal appear harmful odors to penetrate the Miss Iris McRae was visiting her I Cglinder

4t of grapefruit trees near Orlando. ance.lint. porous shell. !. cousins, Misses Dollie and Lillie

Mr. Watson observed a compuratlvoly those guys could find time All eggs In any one hatch should Mcllae Sunday.
light Infestation In Mr. Arthur McRae and Miss Hazel ,
except -
be as nearly uniform as possiblein
f for nothing but talk about who
the outside rows which were next Underhill attended the H. Y.
size, weight and thickness of
would be elected justice of the
to a block of mid-senson oranges peace, county (commissioner tax shell They should also be of ap- P. U. at Wateroak Sunday n'ght. CHEVjLiS
wblch bad been picked sometime proximately the same age and from Misses 010 Mae and LubedU 4
assessor, etc. They entirely Ignored -
before. Here the Infestation was the same variety of fowl. Thin Alvarez were guests at the homeof ,
the things; that needed repair -
r very heavy, showing that the flies Miss Hazel Underhill Sunday.
; shelled eggs hatch more easily, asa
right under ther! noses and
had migrated to the first few rows rule than thick shelled ones. Misses Mattlel; Ellen and Car-
eyes. That gang of men and young sine
of grapefruit: and stopped. fellows' who were loafing could White eggs; usually hatch more rie Belle Norman and Mr. Frank Jan.ls"t

Growers are warned not to send easily have cleaned up the entire quickly than darker ones. Leghorn; and Kussel Norman of Wateroak.
I to infested fruit for examination attended church here Saturday
eggs will probably hatch 24 hours
community In a single day or two Again Chevrolet
41. one of the most important days at most. They should have sooner than those from Plymouth nigh I surpasses cars than any other

means. of scattering the pest is been busy In their fields--plantingcropu (locks. It will therefore be easyto Announcement lias; been made I Its most brilliant record of manufacturer has ever built
through transportation of Infested see why uniformity in all the
fighting and cultlvat- the
grass by C C. Middleton of past by"producln
fruits. Specimens should be placedI fug the soil-but if they just got ways just. mentioned is desirable! the Putnam president : over in an entire year: A ride in
county grope growers
i, alcohol before being sent to the 5CO.CCO six-cylinder
whenever practicable. If this ruleIs Chevrothis
to quit the farm on Saturday afternoon chub that a series of classes for sensational new Six is a
j;: Station. In this
pertinent way followed practically all
and be together I wonder eggs Jets in four months
farmers will be held at Pomona -
TIC: danger of spreading the intesta a revelation-come in anJ let
hatch
It why they coudn't have their talks will at or very near the same
shortly for study of cultural
t n Is encountered. time thus far greater chance for greater number of slx'c>'lln- us give
willie cleaning things> up. methods and general care of grape you a demonstration.
f Accordingly, I began talkingup complete success than would be .
vines. The purpose of the classes '
with Gus Weeks Hob Williams possible where eggs of widely RUADSTEt!: ,.... -25 The COACHS Th" fonrirtffT CTM.
will be to acquaint growers in thIs The / .,LANDAU ...
11'' o I wntrr FARM rnol ... .I T.S"dlln =595'U

i .... J paint up and start plants and trees together.I bringing their newly planted vine- Tft.Ol'PE eilvvey. ... .....
--we'll make things worth giving do not recommend the use of .... .... :5"55 9 5 TALI,ht 1'._
"' Following la a Hat of farm talks pullet eggs for hatching All yards to the productive period In I The liters t hasl.I. ....400
the second look of those who pass !: the best of condition. SEDAN .. .. ,. .. f *
to be broadcast from station :n:
his way. It will mean lots of advertising l- breeding: hens should be of good The ; / ., Is... ....545T7i '
WniJF located at Gainesville, Fla I siiie for the breed and from 1 to 2 CAnIWI1LET.U95 .lilpric..job.factory t4\ Ton It
for Hut pending on the
us. best of aU.we'li ; temperature and Him. Mtchlfan
t.hUMU with' Cab .. f>5Ui
for tbe week ending May 10. The
: know ourselves that we have years of age. If pullets. are usedat relative humidity of the plate In -
talks are given every day in the I all for breeders they should be which the 1 COMPARE: the delivered price a. welt
made our community ns clean as eggs are kept. After .' a. the list price III
j week at 1 p. m. The wave length well matured lay good side considering automobile values Chevrolet'
our cleanest house; and that Is eggs that natural internal moisture has ) prices Include delivered .
', Is 204 meters. and be mated to old roosters. : only reavonable charger for delivery end
what Interests us most passed out of the shell there Is
_4 May Agricultural news! hour. Another Important factor that r financlna ,
no way on earth of restoring It In "
ltw May Livestock Development I Chopped raw carrots cabbageor greatly Influences the chances for such a way that it can contributeto .

.ltFlorida( John M. Scott, agricul- celery seasoned and mixed with successful Incubation Is the relative the bvlldlng up of bone muscleor 'f; .
'
'j .tural editor, state department otiRr butter make excellent fillings! for freshness of eggs. Those from nerve tissues in the baby chick. '

Iculture. sandwiches. 1 to 4 or 6 days old show little Exactly how long be
t May 7--- U. S. D. A. farm talks. difference &a to hatching eggs may 'r i Toi-ode-Ritch
quality, safely held before their hatching Chevrolet Co.
+ May 8--Dusting and Spraying Several farmers of Union county but I>> after that they deteriorate rap- qualities are seriously affected Starke Fla.

ftor Rust Mite Control W. W Yo- have entered the five-acre corn Idly. This la easily explained. Afresh cannot be arbitrarily stated. It la t ,

thers U. S. D. A. Citrus Insect contest and this has stimulated egg contains Just enough worthy of note however, that .. -
special 1st. quite bit of Interest In -
a growing 1 water to develop the embryo whileIt many commercial hatcheries Invar- -
May 9XT. S. D. A. farm talks. corn, reports L. T. Dyer I Is "' ; ,;, '
gradually developing Into a ably how a very high percentageof ....oj..4.-; _
May 10Dairy Herd Improve- county j e.. _
enL
hick[ As an egg shell Is porous, eggs successfully hatched in : ,
j. i snent In. Florida, B. O. Moore, assistant Melbourne Plans proposed for I t the water will evaporate more or each setting and they are often 1 .6'-.

y '1' editor, Experiment Station. !mprovlng local flying field. j I i:eS8 rapidly, the exact degree de- let when from 10 to 12 days old. A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE

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Bradford tention in London where oranges ants I .\..lre"H, J. \V. Jr.3' ._ --'': :1 cltv---Park--"- -W-<.-Jthcrly & ( .

I f LEGISUTIVE---NEWS I I arriving from the Azores din II I IH TIIRRHKonrc oriDKUKliIhnt nuin'n Add ,"lb. Stark' iv ar- f' ,i
] igh-- were .. -tl-22-- ,
[ I the Maid .defendant, KnxllM i AcreM In NJW i.f SU i'4 H .f ,.
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coveredto be badly decayed and Purkcr! Ida Mae Watat,,,. Maude Utmnctt .. MadlHon Ht known, :IIH .1. (t :\fvaitz'roKldencw I J'I'"nl footitKc 291, ,0 ft : "stt per I
/ John' nnd A Ulk.I I In tl.I"''i<, ,'xc cpt one, $2.4741 m-c-im-d' b) lion i
wormy. It was recorded as a pest \V KeplUH. Itl1l.they each;, lot In NV'c'or.. ..ld I. N. I'eek. 28- $1:9.18ll: ,
-=- -- in Spain In 1842, In Algeria I In art* hereby '
A bill Introduced In the state products would be exempt. Another .J UNiOIt-SI.Niolt: 1858 In In lt> the bill I filed In Haiti caune on or -Front footaMT I fl., cunt, pelfront Iot la nik. s, Fronting loll ft. on ,
Italy IK63. In Sicily I In ,
lieforu Il0ndav. June 3rd 1921. oth-- foot $2.4741 ; necured by lien Water Ht. City Park Huh. Wealharlynnd 4I
,',mtiwould" give persons from r Getzen bill proposes a state wide mxyi'irr: TONIGHT 1878 and in Tunis In 1885. It i-r\vlHii al"lalon. of .lld bIl $484.92. I C'arm"n'M.. to Stark. Front- "
?? will I h. by Ii,. I I I Inn I 100 ft. Water itt. Front
rae on
footage
rounty tax of $75.00 a. cUllf.d ... ..h'.rd 4'
I liquor or other personal on peddlers. later was discovered In Tasmania >,f Hnld, i ,I h'f.leRnl. 100 ft. coSt front ft.
tthiiin) ; per P
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This! also provides the The Bradford Junior IT IS : OlinnHKII' that Frl'I""I I pit rl act r..ld.I( Hlk a2.47t
!same exemption class Is France Turkey, Jerusalem Argentina f'VHTII.t I In secured by lien .
I IH conllscated. under( the I ihlH I old. I I I n week H''rk. h"lndc',1 N. I uy Ilcl",," 1247.41 '
I") npi'rtx) for Florldans as well as host to the Senior class of 1929 Africa, Greece, Bermuda for four (',, "\1 1 I"h.< "l'" In I he N.- Adun. .I. hy La \" .""I.1 Uo,... faeorire. Illume Ifiirdln. MlllH. I ''
the right to demand a receipt residents I ( I "' \.. \\ icy "t. ('rl I"I.1, I I I Otellln.hl.tnnnt.! Allle. Dower ,
Inn articles. of other states offering tonight giving! the annual Junior- Islands and the Ilawat'an! Inlands 1''I.r Ih'nef.re, County In.I"grlph.i Hradford a Itewa- 1IG fl. 1",1"1< 1.11. 28-1-22.-fl'OIIII Slurp. HI..n I'ihel.-l : c
The I"hl"hpo
seized bill
lr, the for sale their own products. The economic importance of the I Cftuiily, Ilark. f"ntIK" II. fl cst 1 I"" f.nl, Fractional KotH A & H niock 35. //1
\1"11'1 Introduced by Senator Pat Senior banquet at the Williams Mediterranean \vri\MOSS: I ; the Heal 1 of Ihl.court, asnli toot 74: "( 'ul''o '42.31 Front lug 107.2 ft. onVater Mt. Johnn .
Cafe. : fly a a pent of Wliitnlier of Tampa. It would pro- Representative I. N. Kennedy Is i fruits varies with I the climate of I Clerk' ,,f Court, t r'IJ'1 I the 27th day; o'i On. lot front liIi oIl ; COHI per front ft. $2.4741 I Mi-cured I

vld\(. i hat the sheriff take an In- author of a bill prohibiting any The program Is being held In secret Its natural abode. In Franco Afrl. A. I). 1929.I.U.! .W. 10 ft. h.und.d 'V. hy IlntHnn. 11,1 .I I':. by lien $2115.22. ;y .;

of the confiscated property from the Seniors but from AI.II IM"N. 1'ai I 1. 4.'ii ii ae' iirt'Iei't' Y II, Pace ('tin*. F.1"rnc'ti'rnal .- "
viii"ry registered pharmacists to display where It has been known to attack (SFA f.1) ( ,' 1 I I 1'1 Stai'ke-I"roit, \
l fl' place where the seizure is s'gns\ advertising all rumors a merry time awaits j J: 1,' ;?1N *"" HIIAS. uSolicitor e. Per foot 22.4741 fsctsge 120 ft. cost' 1.01. (' & n, lllock 35. I .
nt sale of drugs. No apricots and peaches, it has $. len f.olt ; secured by Fr."nl 107.2 f. on Water HI. Johns !
and give a to the law the graduates. Miss Lena Belle $290.89. ". Front footairo 1(17.8(
maili', copy registered pharmacist may have not become a serious pent because : for Complainant 5-3-51-0-31 \rd. j I
and to the clerk of the Shepard has been selected as I ('hi..., i.nlln I II.-.- f.; .! per front ft. $2.4741.. secured ,', '
tiolutor charge of more than one drug of climatic checks. On the othehand. lien 'I"" '.
Lot( In $11.2.
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Hitperlor court.A store at one time the bill further toastmlstress.I _. In tropical and semitropcalCOO I U'I'I'N Starkn f r Cnnk..y.I n K Addlllan North( tr Johns \. :1" I

states. : on <'nll 1 Ht. SO fl. \10. nnd W. nnd run Fractional IrfitH A, on of ,
nt rieu the fruit i ly Is of n'2f 1t.D <
lK.lTsCtl.U'Kfj capable :
U. IH'Ml.XM : ", 'II:II'\R.: the City Council of :South 210 ft. to MadlHon Ht. I 12. 70 lllock ;SO. i"i'unt .5 on
bill prepared and IntroducedIn : becoming 1 pest of first Importance '.h1. Starke has, by propereHolutlon ft..N. tot K. 13 ft. North 105 ft. to Water Hi. joInts A.FI to Hlarlce.Front .- ,

tin- lower house after much research The house of representatives bill nE\'OTIOX.\ and as In the I llawallai ,I I delvrmlnnd I to !pave, wliln i ('11 In Htarke.Front. footane 70 footnnre 21.1 I .5 cst per front "r
and "Ih.rwl"" I Improve certainHlrectH ; com Per $ I ; RBcured $24741 : Hec-ureil! by $52)1.22.) I ,
and thought. would require to redistrict judicial circuits of the Dr. Dunham, former rector of Islands may beTclastied as the most In the Clly of Htarke nnd by lien $ 'WJ"ot 2.44 TII.II'J'u i I :I iltb7, you len eac-h of you ,, ;
analysis! of all fertl- iHHeHs t the coHtn t lii-roof aKnlnnt I, the or any pernon., fnin, or 1;
iiimplete state In line A""V.
tin I with recommendations I the local Kplscopal: church led In Important Insect pest to horticultural \propi-rty, IbUIIIl and 11'h.l. lu'IIe nil properly o .

'llzi-rs" sold In the state. It would of Governor Doyle Carlton's!! 1 the development. ""nIIIIII"I I' .nlJolnln"allow I Two IOIH In ( ,inktiey'a Add. to ''or".rnlol"t..I.1 In Hald """"'-' -,I"I ownorl! an ,
devot'onal
I exercise at chapel I I I ownerH, who deHlie the I Starke liont.ded 17.: l.v Af. h U Johnn, ( net forth take < <- that '
pmvide! !! that the analysis of the legislative message: was reoprted 1 lust Thursday. Dr. Dunham reada Practically every fruit crop of :prl\llene I i;: ;:ll,paying I for the N.:' ; In :S. by Madlnon' Bt. \\'. by. land of MIH. the (' '' U ,'wil the I city ot ,

f, !riillzer" setting forth I the quantity unfavorably by a Joint session of flue value to man Is subject 10 attackby ,It'll, eiiinl(| I annual I liiHtallmentH.( of i.'hl"" and N. by, Canon. ..rlnlll. Slarke, Yw\\111 nieit nH an c iiulfislnMT<| : 1
i 1 scripture lesson to the young ((1&' I t'tt t h ..(.h. Ihe (tlrHt to bo paid II on MadlHon .I .nl honill, on May 7th. A. at the I
of each Ingredient contained judiciary committees. After returning I people. the fly. Some of tho seventytwo .,'lhll I thirty dayn, after the com- (.nIIM" 70 ft.; ,' per front foot City Council Hull In I. 1121., Flor ,

In-, printed! upon each fertilizer their unfavorable verdictby specific fruits listed by the '.1.1111 I thnreof mid the other nine I $2.4741 ; Hcciired, by llt-n 217:1.19: ida nt eight o'clock' I I'/. M.. t. hear '
I,, I" paid In equal annual In- hiiM, ti. 1._ I any complaint with rcfcrein to .
"i-iiiiiiiltier. The belief was expressed a vote of 24 to 12, the Joint I t(("ON I'-KUKIMTK'MKMOKMI: : :: government as a prey of the trul ,Htiillnli-nlH I I t n,nlnl hl. t-niiHed I the fol-I .One lot I on itt stuh'lsin at. hnunded, K Hald I aHHCHHment and at I t hi'its nut p

that If the bill was passed It committee meeting appo'nted \ EIU'lIM: hEll) .\1 n. ir. s. fly are: Sugar, palm, bell peppers lowlnl! R..14Nn.nt rol!I lo be pri'inir- bv \c't'. I II.I I HayncH I N. l.v ..1.V.. AndrewH time nnd place will equalize and finally .4.. )

would lead to the purification of chairmen of the Individual carlsna damson 111\101 flr law TOWIT.. : and i Hon.V., ,uy, Mchnffer and "JI"'v" and u'uutlrtnthc.artte, (" r .
committees papaya plum. C. F. : ,
I \.1.." street ( lletneeii \\ ca! ( S. hy 1hol: son Ht. I CnokHey'H' Add( 100VI.lt.halrm.n.
"i-iiinmiTclal' fertilizers now sold In to prepare a substitute The Confederate memorial exercises Chlneser orange, kumquat tangerine I.liiiltM nnil Mater Mrerl.t .> to Still lie. Fronllnir' .12(1( fl. on Madl-( C. A. FUTCIt. ( t I

i Instale., [In some Instances It has I measure for later presentation In were held In the 11. II. S. mandarin lime lemon >n, ., I.ee I..r' .n. ft.Hon; cunt.t. per 2S-S-25.front-From ft. footaire Hi-cured, I 12d Clerk. 4-20-21-15-3. i\;" ,

hpi-u found. It was declared that the lower legislative: branch. Senate auditorium last Friday afternoon. grapefruit, sweet orange sour orange That certain.inircel of land lyhl l.y Hen' $296.89.iildlrlu $2.441 ------- S !

I usi-lnsH, Ingredients are Included In II. and house calendars were jammed fhe entire body of students were (coffee quince, persimmon. Sli'4 in '!the of NW Section e". 29-0-22 of I the being NK'4' Ih.fl > ., >%'. I:. llr.- !U'I..J \

makeup of fertilizer being with miscellaneous l assembled and took In the 3N Two loin( 1OO ft. In Circuit Court Judicial '
the a assortment part rose apple French surinam N & 8 and, i K from, tho rrontln. on MadlHOII Twenty-Sixth -
tJel'ry. HICtliin fl'fl'S
dailY sold to growers of I the state. of [legislation reported favorable I program by singing the spirited cherry fig tomato mango line dlvhlng pXl.ldlll the 813'4'\ from, Icy HI.'.11.1, Iln. l.y. I IIII(Com ft.t 'hounded Mt. N. by S I Circuit, llrailford, CUltn ty. c:";

for further action. The Inrush songs "Here They Come" and "The mock orange banana prickly pear. the S\Vi4' of sal 1,1 Hectlon 29-8-22 to, land of J.V.. Anh.... nnd 8011., W. : founty In Chancciy.Hank. 1:1'1:1'J'lnrhll.
I the by land of 7'!. I.. .II.IUIH. In Ir.ofol'd
edne
!Measures offered in the house of bills during\ the last three I hattIe[ Cry of Freedom." passion vine avocado date plam xteniled.w".1 fronting WeKtmorelnnd but ft. on MadlHon Ht.- Ad. to Stark 28-0-22.-Front C'ookHey'H footIK -" .'' i

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InrluOed a two-cent tax on kerosene weeks with comparatively little Rev. L. W. Klcklller. a veteran, strawberry, guava peach apricot HI.-Front foot" ( 601.0; 0"1! Ion ft. ; coat per front ft. $.44; Complainant.VII.. :
; '
'ter "nt Hcciircd by Hen $24 7.41. ;!
ft.
and a $5 license for all deal- action by the senate and house to was the speaker of the afternoon plum pomegranate. apple, pear, $1239.52.: $2.441j: secured by lien "lleulnler. KrermniiWent C. T.. Ijiwhorno, single and H. ['1. $

ers: also to place the same tax on empty the general or local calendars md hs! fine message was enjoyed eggplant and grape. l I." ., I. \, Jr.- half of lot S In hut 19 I.d.Ilr1. I';, 1't t I'6 .'k

lubricating or fuel oil. I has virtually clogged the by the room full of young people. Incapable of Inflicting bodily town of Hturke. Front Ins 62.5 01'11.. .n I BI"'I"I I'.v affidavit appemleil c
('olnl"1111, nt the, SW ('or. of Shad I isutt Ht.-Front fontiiHTe 62.5 ft.e'at : to I 1,11 In the above catine. p '
lawmaking[ machinery along these The program Is given elsewhere the Mediterranean I : Hint I believed
Injury on man \hll.ol I'U" .I., nnd ru hiV per front foot $2,4741 ; Hecurecl I Icy romplnlnnnt i
Motor bus companies operatingIn lines committeemen reported. I In this Issue of the Telegraph. I fly Is an Insect that In the Indl"uI .I. ft. N. 394 ft. '.y 1.1 $129.89. that ( T. Hwhorne. .n. of the de'j t
I fru.t. H.. 21 Myrtle .t. th.n'e S. .. .... w. .5. _,1.___ fvndantH, njuned I.n. said t"e., lit a $ 8
Florida and authors of the senate aault stages resent Dies in size ann I mild xt. to lieKlnnliUf.I A Iso lot non-reHKieni or citizen Stateof I
house[ ;.\ST MONTH (hi.' TKKM: HlttHXS I I and fractional I part of lot ', lllock, Lot 7 Rixl Rnut unIt of lot 8 In Florida, that lilx Innt, known address -
bill which provides for supervision members have recentlyreceived The last month II general shape the ordinary house 4 In lliixldnM, Add. to Kim lie. Total flllc. 19 orlMT. town, of Htarke. I'ront.iig IH Malk. HI..If of n.nrlla.( any .j ,
of the
of these corporations by I Die hundreds of telegraphicand /: present fly but differs greatly In the color ,'rontll.' 4.7.1 ft on 111dl"ol Kt. 2U- 167.5 ft. on MadlHim! ut.-Frr.nl'oolaite Htreet add..." ,.Inl unknowl. That 'I.
term began last 167.5 ft.; << ._ 1'
: Monday. The last : 4 : "t front "per .. y..r. atce; ,
I state railroad commission are re- written communications from month pattern of the body and wings n. '2.4741 : ,""('UI'." .by 11131.00.Iliirnx. 12.4741 I ; norm-nil ) 1"1 $3M9.67.M..I.r.1 That I there I In no ,perMon II th. StIlts ; .
Is the 1.1
always busiest '
pnted\ to have reached a virtual their constituents calling/: for ac month and In Its habits The female fly Oil CoFrucllniml of J'I"'ldI. known to complainant I ,
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unr/: i"meiit% and the bill In expected tion against a sales tax bill which which Is already quite In evden.e.Vlh [ Ir. able to drill with the sharp end I.otH I lharil-and 2, Itlock 1. In I iititi(itt's ; part nf: loin 2 nnil' 4 In.lock would.bind I 11.nubpoena said defendant.uponvhom ,. ''.
\ reviews for 28. orlit. I town itf Stark .
id) be favorably reported next has' been referred to as "Bill No.. examinations of her body small plnhole-llke \ already under the Junior- "I it,.1 I 2tl-B-22.-Front 1"lonl'"M 21.0-1' That (' T. Ijiiwhorne, niilil
week The only undecided question 2." No general sales tax bill has; way breaks or punctures In the Hk.'n: Ki:: I.on ".I front' ft. f..IIg.sit'ui.t.Ll 22.-I"r..1! f..II"I 70 ft. ; coat 1'1 and he IH hereby required i I d"f"II."t S appear" "I,' .

according to members of (the been received In either division of, Senior banquet tonight the primary of fruits and through these punctures by; :iJ'I: $.44; $17:1.111.I 1 : 1 f.. $2.44 1 ; Hocured I'y' 1"1 .u the on bill or of ('ulph.lnt', ,, filed 'In waiden I e' :,

the legislature aCl'ordlnllore. and Junior high school's two her Naturally Il.l<.eiul.rr, II. N. ('. 5.'ouitiietieing I '. Sixth..day of May .. T Monday. the ,
senate composed on the motor bus \ lays eggs. & .S" '.it, <;I. ( nil II A > J IHV'i.! otherwise .

operators. The bill provides for a ports of the senate and house. (pel'elas. and practice for the these egg punctures are so small ( Iiad llHon 210 and ft.Mvrtle\V. of t Ihe 801. \\' The KiiHt: 35 ft. of lot 2. nnil, 1 the I bu taken the allegations of R'lld bill will ,
.f HIM. and by milil de
Senior class play besides other Went half of lot 1, 28. Frontline cu"f..t
levy of one cent a mile and the that they are not seen by the average .''n\V. 210 I ft. \VeMlmoreland, Ht. 87.R rt. on ,lcul 11.wk at. original (" .t''UtT"I.m
preparations! for commencement hence M. on MillI, et. ft. K. 210 i IT IH That
authors of the bill are holding out As the house went on record for person. ';. 420 ft. to heir it,,.42.dcHlHTiiatcd fl. I town ./11111.-I.'I'onl fooiajce t S 7.5 I Ihlx order" I be I i Clll.mtn. week

fur this tax. compromise, how- Investigation!'; of the rumored sales I exercises, everyone has their hands Ordinarily the fly lays from ole .nAIl| of HuHkln'. Add." to Stalk, an ft.by; linn i'.IH $ .r t f. 2.474, Hvfnrvd for four .."" 1"I.I.d. ..nl" In Brad
till. Clark 2 A .1 ilk. -ti-22-I"i'iii I 20.4. ford I County TvleHmph nt
i\cr. Is expected to be effected. I tax bill the senate defeated two to six eggs thl'oull these holes Into ',)fll' I ge 210ft I : coHt per I2.474l foot v"riii, o. 4.. >\'. 4'., IIIKI (ft. i.:.- I Florida.WIT.NEHH: : Mtarke.

The bill also stpulates complete proposed constitutional amend S a small cavity made for them ; "",'ur..cl, by 1"1 SSlO.bil.liillxendorr The KHHI: half nf lot I 1. Illin-k 211. i I the Heal of thin court: an 4i
FOl'ITI on.\I.i: 1''PI.s ii. ('. .Q C'. S_ 62.6 ft. 011 iillHon, at. I luau t tie mime of ( |I. \V. Alderman,
Mini-rvlslon of motor bus rates by ments. Hoth offered by Senator just beneath the pulp or rlnll In 1",1.M Hturlco.. --Kioiit '."0111.Ivl.C Clvrk of (''11'1. Ihl. the ::1' day of
('OXTnIHl'TI': sToniis: Commcnclnir' i al cor. of Madlon I- AM'11, A. IX !). <
H\t front ft. I I ,
of roHt $2.4711
I Hodges Tallahassee. The first Home liiHtances several ; per
I Die railroad! commission following[
< nnd' M v'I" "'. r.1 run 8. on.iM'tlc Ht-cMii-cil l hy lien 'UO.M! (i. w. ALrInr.1.t, .
lli<> same rules now effective In the verbal clash ,centered on a proposal the small white eggs may accumulate MI. f. \V. ft. N. 210 It. ShlAI.I.) Clerk Circuit Court t
The fl.lowrnp stor'es o MadlHon l I Ht., I'h."r. 1.2. on HII, Id Mt. I'iirtiiifxiii i. \. I'. niiil .Iiu'k- A. s. c-nnwa,
"cases! of railroad and steamship to exempt homesteaders from ten by pupils( of the were'wrl-grade. In a single: egg cavity as a remit MO I I't. to heir. In ( InHkliiH'I AII.< to4t01'le. Iol. 2 In nini'k 27. orlKlniil town ofSisilce. Solicitor for CUII.h.lnlnt. "' L .

c companies.) date taxation. This was lost by a of repeated egg laying\ by 2'.l-ll-22 Front footaK 211 I Krontlnir' Hlii fl. on Ila.II..n.t. 4-5-51-5-3. 4 \
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,\1 three are original and contain "'t. : con! per front fl. $2.4741 I : """' 28-6-22.-1", I footHft I ; ,
vote of 20 to 17. many females through the same I by lien, 1. \
some direct quotations of which SIU.Ctt. rout per front fl. $2.4741 ; "CI.u..1) "TU'I'! ( II' I.ui"\U- \ .1.\;:

An additional one cent tax on they have just finished opening in the skin. The eggs I'I u me, P". K.I.otH ._ 1.1 $2G9.78. ( ". ', IJU?

Kuiol'ne Is proposed by Lancaster The house waived Its rules to studying. hatch Into larvae that burrow or fi. C, 7, K, lllock 1. In Powl- M.nh..rtr I 1.1",* It it i Iii nr- y.S
Tom iitul I His GI'unInthtr'u',, Inl'cl., to stnrke, frontliiK, on Itight -st-way fnmtliiK! 66 ft. on Notice I IH hereby gIven that ; :
or Sarasota, In a house bill introduced pass a bill: reducing the side of FI'dtiiig tunnel In all dlrEtlonl I through \RI", reet 52.6 ft. each lot. 29- ouch 1 the Ninth" Mini ttoiith nlilu otMinllHon credltoi'H.I LCRIIIBBH, 11"l'1".I,'x al ; ,

( today. If the bill becomes Florida automobile license tags to the pulp feeding as (they go and 1 Front, footnire 210 I ft.: coHter Nt. oi'lirlnnl' I town of Hlarlcn.I'Yont nil pvrHona 1'1"1"1 "Illn"t;, '
Onoe upon a time Tom and Ma > front ft. $2.44; Hccured" by linn foot i' t 112 I ft ; rout ''r the ".1111. ,,1 I larvpy M. Inyder. 4f
a law motorists may pay a tax of live by li! Inches. At Ihe requestof grandfather went aflshCng.: Tom ':auaing decay to start. When p19.56.! front" ft. $2.414" ; ..CII.C.t by lien (" '1""" are" required i pre-" 1 (
sPlit tho HII in duly authenticated I ,
u to
Representative Oliver, Palm first hatched Ihey are very dllllcult $277.10. ,, :
Mhe cents( on each gallon of gas purohnsed 4>il
the '
had very hard time getting his 1r..nn. County .1 hugs of Uradford ".
/ In Florida. Beach. Oliver advised his colleagues I to detect but when full grown I..t (fl I of Hill, in In ( InHklnH' Add. .JI.*M. Ilitnltn I K*'- ty, 1.'lorldl. nt his olllce In the .un"j" .

that such legislation would line flxed.'hen he got It already hey are very while and are quite '0 Stark fronlliiK 135.p ft. on Miull- Lot 8, lllock 2i). J'"nUnM, 10B flon louse, City of Stark .
he tli yew In the water and (on Mt. 2I-6-22.-J",1! footuH136 Alnillfon, Ht. 01111".1 1.1 of one year. f'u", rat. Ih.r'f., i,? thin I ")
'vf"ral bill Included In the save the state several thousands of I oaally seen. '1.; coMt per ft. $2.4711 : ecurd /.1." 28-8-22. footnd notice, iv I I I bi 'In bar I Ii u'rota. .t ,
pulled It up. Ha thought he hada ( by $334.00.iioliiiu&att I( ; .'list ,per front, ft. $2.4 41.HN.I'.I 1 and all to Mild, 8"H
and hat 1mmcd'nle 1"1 Ol ft I..r.onl
dollars In material I Although outwardly hd.b..r
mensiires Introduced In the senate IPIJenl'lj ( Icy UGI.7 M. tate '
fish but It was only straw. e.rlh. 1.1.xle. 1.ev,, AnnieVim. 1"1 are req it t Ih-i mime l''
leglsljt'on was necessary "Milte (lettl( Inwardly the changes foilhwlth I lo the undernlHTneil, udmlniHtrator. /
'today were companion to house He threw In his line again!'; and 'rhomiiH, KIIIIIIII: Iliille, lie I \..I..IMr. ( has. i (

meticureB Introduced within the so that (Ihe state might purchasenew aro taking place by means ofwliclt 1..1"1.-: Iot 7. I Illork 21 1 orlttlniil town of Thin the 19th day of March. A. D. !
caught a fish this time. He look- Lot 7 of Illk. 1 13 In ,"' Add StarkifrunilnK lIlt ". MmllMorHt. j .4)
In order to nature transforms Ihe II.kl' 1 1829 "
I past: few days. Chief of these was dies immediately ed at hs: grandfather and said "I maggot o Slarki', front IIIMT ) on Madln .-I'Vont fooiuB 105 ft.; font pet A. S. CKulWS 'I' : .J ;
1930 In time for dis Into and in the rourse of Ht. 29!> front ft. secured by Her, I 1 I
tags a fly ; -0-22.-Front $2.4741 ;
u bill Introduced by the senate htamp : knew I would catch a fish before ,i,9.., rt., .. ,,,,,. ,!:: .. foolim-x..,..\. Per_r. ,.p .Administrator' of estate ol -1 .
( ommlttee tribution.Senator I few lays the adult fly breakK -.. -- -1'' V" ... .. .., linrvey .". nnyuor. u.m-a.ea. \,
on agriculture to regu you : '- .riired' by ( |252.3U.lollliitcvnorlli. lily "I W rkWfj '-. 3-32-01-5-17. t.1 I

latethe sale of milk and cream When he pulled In his line the 11 from the pupa, pushes her ) 1.1..Ie of 'lot I. C Froiillnut __ :' I( i
Jacksonville through and, as the mother Lot, fl of IllocU MiHllHim,I';l. orlulnnl I ; I towr
In, Florida and placing a tax of Waybrlght. way up 13 In flaMklnn' Add. 62.0 ft. on >(>'!'M'M :
fish jumped off. Ills .grandfathersaid If"
I Ktnrke I 2.5 fl.rout .
filer B2.6 ft. on Maillon I- of Stnike.-Kront fnntnae :
of fl'.nlilr
1 bill to give employment of a generation
111m cent a gallon on Imported milk offered a power "Never brag on your fish before le'one Ml. 2! footiiMTe 52.fi ncr front ft. $2.44; ne UI',< i b> '
ami five or d'scharge of slate back to the Iree and searches for I I.; coHt, per front" ft. $ 1 ; Hecurd 'ID.8D. In the Court of the County Judpre <
cents gallon, on Importedcream. you catch him." by lien, $12U.S9.! 2.44 .1"1 S"rr.l- I In and fur Llrailford County, State ofW'T'I'IK ) t.,
,
school teachers to county fruit In which to lay her I. I. n..1 .> '
public: eggl. \.a..r. '
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Written by Katie Fugate! 9.Xorr 4IIIIIIIIIIIN, ,1. l,,
age I- ., I lllr.i-k 2(1.( Fronting I
I: lot '
Instruction and S I : MATTKIl OF TI I ) KHTATHOF ;
---- i boards(\ of public Every: citrus packing house In One lot I 10S f. Hiiiar|, In "01'. 52 ft 'f nn l\.II\;, I it,,ti, Ht. orltflnnl I : I towi Ii 11 \ *
teachers employed( for .f MadlHon, N\ of ". rootiiK" fi2.G ft. ; : I .
.
The house favorably received I the to place ,1 OraiiKa '' In \ X. T. also' knuwl HH Nelson : ,
i or' successive years BI'wl on V". 11.1 llrfoiT I he Winter Gardensection with "tarl,. 2D-6-22.-F'ont, foolaKe lor. dust 11'1 front foot $.4 U I ; aeccireulby T. 1I'h. ,
"K'port of Its radio committee recommending three more ( Him. theexception of the two Roper 't. coHtr| front, ft. $2.4741 I vecured I, $12 .89. HI"h.I ..., '. )

preparation of a bill prior to October, 1928 on a per 'ut'l ny lien $2.. .78. '.n.'.. t lists. KW'i TO all creditors. le nli... din.Irlbiiteen 1. ". .. fr
Once upon a time John Green-I houses one here and the other at U..r.1"rJ., Kliini, ".ru ii.. I I lute.,till'lbet. and nil tIers", liavmirclalniM .
Pensa- ,
appropriating $10,000 for the purchase manent list. Senator Coro leaf Whittier and his father went Mascotte was operated almost to : l>. ter,
of moderh equipment for cola. sought! ; establishment of pub- oflshliiK'. The Title boy threw In rnpaclty this week packing and \hl."t.11.. G2.1 Htnrke.-l'"ront fooitiKe 52.5 ft. : estate, and: each of are Nerebrnotified SiYut.
In communities I.olM 1 I. 2. 3. 4, In Illk. coHt f'ont ft. ; secured, by YOI.
lic kindergartens Oowllnir'H per .
2.44
station Wit UF, at the University his line and pulled It up and an ihlpp'ng oranges under Inspection \ilil. "Kttch I lion I9.M9. nnd r"'III..d prenent any .
to HIHrk. .
of 25 pupils fronlilt claim I and which or Ys'ltier
attendance
you
I where an .
of 2.a I."ald.
Florida and to memorialize I old weed was on the hook. and refrigeration The total move :"i' on :II.I..nt.0 \or... \ lon ,'.- of you, may against' thus t testate
.nt ft. cont :: :
congress and the federal radio was assured. The the boy threw the hook In ment from the west end Is estimated !- 't. U.4U f".I"lo; ..clr.d by I lien $519.5l.per front* Lot 1 u,,! KVj of lot 2. Ttlork 25 of N. T. HITCH I, de.-eaHed, '
Hoinetlmewknown .1
Mndlmin utoriginal said
ft.
'inmmlfislon< to reallocate the wavelength His cork went under and l Iron ,,. Fronting IS7.1 on d..d "I"t
again. at close to fifty cars, all of Addle 1. I.wn of iltaike.-Front, "or. ( dem-rlbud a* ;

of the station! to ImproveIts Another measure of Importancewaa I when he pulled up a fish was on which either moved out during .mmpnelll at I the NE3 cor. of OrHK fo"liiK. 167.1 c.; ,.,.1 per front ft 'NULHON: T. HITel. late of Hradford _ _
Introduced by Senator A.V.. I I 1 I cot, MIM, and run N. ; by Urn, $ I County, J'lurhll. the Honorable. 4"t _ _
service to the state. district. the hook. He surely was glad. the night or was started early tort ft. :10.: X5 ft. S.: 105 ft. to MudlHon 1 .1.041 I II. ('_ George County Judife t
Young of the Thirty-third But about that time the line The step was .t. Ih.n.V.. on said Htreet, 74 ft. toeglnnlng .iirM. of Uradford County\ nt bin oltlce lit i7j
Monday morning. I lot 8, I Illm-k 23. ( ft. on
deposit bill to 1 In Starke. 28-6-22. Frontooiaire J.'olln. tOi the County Courthoime: In Htark yc i
'
Collection of. an ad valorem tax It Is a guaranteee broke and his fish was His the MnillMon xt. I ( Ii
10ne. taken with the consent of state 74 ft.; ('(tat per front ft. I lOWI llrndford Florida within VmonihH ,
on collectors require that public funds deposited 2.4741 I ; necured by lieu $18a.0s.I59Ce Kronl f outline |U5 .; font por date of the first .
automobiles by county father said, "Never brag on your board inspectors who In- Counlr'
sectwed by United plant front ft. $2.4741 I ; secured by lien, pat ili'nt tim All I I claims and ,
at the time of Issuing license in banks be fish before you catch him." spected the various groves from II. xvCnmnienclnsr_ $259.78. ""m.u,1 not pr."te.1 within the '

tags: Is recommended In bill. States county, or municipal bondsIn Written Don 10. 14 ft. K. of NK cor. I'llllllltx. \ II. !.'.- a.,1 In the manner pl'.Mcrlb.c .. c
a by ( Stllley
,
cent age which the fruit came and.gave I .f Orange and Madlnon' eta, and run i herein bo barred an provided I _
Revenue would an amount equal to 100 per 105( : ft. I':. 85 I.ot 7 of Illoi-k 22. F'rontlnM 10f .hnl
ft. H. 105 %
from this sourc.e limited clean bill of health. f., to ft. I ofSlurke. bylitw. _
on ut.
be 'of the deposit. The bill also pro- ladlm.n Ht. I h.V.. on Maid .t. 7 .Muol..n .rllln,1'> |>.n.,1 March S, A. P., 1929. :, _ _
placed In the governor's proposed John Greenleat Whltt i 1.,1 ft. to In Htarke. f""t"I" IOI ft., foot NATIONAL BANK ; ,' I
THH ATLANTIC
that no public funds shall be \O'I'!('I-i! t"llnnlnl 210.2.'r.n n front, ft. $ ; -, by lien ,
vides 74 ft. cont : ,' 1 ,
912,000.000 annual pool for Once upon a time John Greeleaf f..t.g" ; $259.78. (II JACKHONVILLK. As Kxecutor ; It _
deposited In any bank or -trust ft. $ ; He-cured by lien $183.08. a of, the f.ii.t Will and Teetament of .
the retirement of. county and district the member on Whittier and his uncle went aflsh- In f11''llt (: Judicial : KnJhf. <: A_ 14'1, nl Hlfirkr N. 'I', Hitch, also known a. Nel- ( ,J

: road and bridge Indebtedness. company where Ing. John said "Let's see which ,' \'uulty. Smith half' of 1 A to 7 ,,ni A, Hlock 23, Fronting son T. liltch. (. I _

Collection and apportionmentamong any public control board over or such commission deposits one catches a fish first." Ills uncle J'loI'hll. > .nl.Complalnlnt.. '.n,1 t..k." ',..n..d 'V." 14 by.YOlnA'II.by Madlnon Ht. W. by :! .f 21 Hla'k"-I.'rnnl ft. '' MitdlHon <"footiiK"t. original 214 town C.; 2.t.DI.5-S. By HH W. Vive O. I400Z I'r :' :nt I'!i.: t _

various counties of the automobile having sal "Alright we will." John n. by Krimdway HI 0"1 per front" ft. $2.474; met'iired ) '

ad valorem .tax would be shall be as officer, director, or went to fishing and brought up a Margaret VM. Thompnon 200 ft. on laII..n ft.. J'ronllli. lien $529.Kll.iluoer. :0'1'I'f ( III.aU..s N tEll _
'
stockholder In the bank or true Front ',. ( .; coat per front ( V_ ., ,
supervised by a centralized board pod of grass and thought he hada Defendant. ft. $2.4741 ; secUred by lien f '
It appearing by Affidavit attached( $9.8. Lot 2, lllock 24, tr"tnl 105 ft. on I
of administration which would be company. flsh. to the hill( :In the above CIIIIHH, that lellierner l ln JFractional ,- MH||MOII, Htreet orltlnl.1 town, tcfS'tarka.Frant Under ansi by vltrue .f an execirtlon -. : .
the lenldrnce of Margaret. ThnirpHon 109 ft.! 'OHt iHHUed out of under the Real (" t
I lot ,.
established sent to Alter awhile John brought A of lllock: 2Vynn'I ant I'
by the tax bills up a oft"Iorltia tier front foot $ I Hvcureil of the circuit I'olk countY,
relating to motor traffic I IH of n Male other ttuin the Mate \ Add. to 10S 2.14; by .
'the legislature by the governor.The Two bills fish. He looked at his uncle and to-wit; 1 II 1 IS KilaahethHtreet ttn MadlHon ftal'k. front nK len $209.78. J'lorida. under date of January 70 "

regulations were Introduced Knew WaycroHH, OeorKla; thatthere 05 ft.; .""t front. foolaw. Chn e, I. ?. I. C. .1. MorrlHon, dolntc: : ; ,
latter measures considered by said, I would catch a nsk ( per ft. 12.4741 ; ne- ... 1 '. :. k" ffr -I
no In the Htitte of nn o tiivIII nerylto '
Fernan- pernon cured by lien "f"r"f .IT'
'the senate as a committee of the one, by Senator Stewart before OUi"When Florida! ,.known to altlant l service ofproceHM $59.78. W. 60 ft. of lot I. Illot-k 21. Fronting ; plaintiff and Joe llrennan, Inc.. ,' 1
frrru II. \. BO ft. nn Maillmm "t. orlKlniil corporation .
,
which would authorize appointment upon whom would lilnd t hepati a IH defendant I hav ,
whole on their Introduction In that dma he finished laughing at defendant In this suit for dl- Lot I of flock 2. Wynn'ii Add. totarke. town of Htarke.-b'ront footaicv 60 levied upon and will offer tor nal* : j' land .

body also were introduced in the or dismissal of county his uncle he looked at his line fronting 105 ft. on MaLlaonat.Front ft.by; lien cost per front ft. $2.474; clired ..1 toI he highest and h..t bidder -
board of VOr'l.S .THRRKFOIIB( OKDEIIKD footaum 106 cash. at Joe Hrennan'e
by the ; coat Per $2.7.Kh'kU.pr. (
officers amp
house by the committee on finance trafflc other and the fish had jumped back Into that Maid non-reHlilvnt defendant be front It. $ .474; .78.Uen..r..t. f. .Ir_ one mile capt ot llrooker. ( I _

Anil, taxation. These measures seek county commissioners. The the water. and appear to the Mil In thin CHUMS, It. K_$& Went 65 .ft. of lot 1 and loin A and county, Florida, on the first Monday
Senator Futch. on Alondny, June ftrd. *1929 otherwisethe n of mock 21. .f May, 1U29; the .um. being ,
by Fronting 213 ft.
diversion of the one cent gas now bill, offered His uncle said, "Never brag on al"l"ton. of Half) bill wil be Lint I of Hlock 1. In Wynn'ii Add. million and Water mil orlKl'inl I on the 8th day of mild' a I.-
Leesburg. defined reckless drivingin BHTalnHt to Mtarke. Fronting 105 ft. on Madlon of 10wI Kal >al clay, and between this f
fish before land him. olf."d and John Ailil. .. ..
going to counties and the one cent your you ( HIork. to ,
footaice 105 ft. rustper 51. and
various IT IH (UIDEIIEI that "t.-J.ront ; Front hourn of eleven o'clock A. __ __
gas tax going to schools to a common connection with prescribed Written by Myrtlce }Ford age 10 blat notce f'UHTlnt h. publl.tu'd once a week f. .. ; tiecured by lien, '.,", t.olu.. 233; secured ft. ; lost by Hen per two o'clock. I'. M. of UK Id day. thefollowing
speed limits. The effect for In Eral- 25978. 2.-1t deHcrlbed real e tule an '
fund for the retirement of In- w..k" $10.4."nl. defendant .Jo J JBr.nll.n. _
be to remove ford County Telegraph, publlxhrd In .V. C_ the property of the *
terrst and's:nklnK fund payments of the measure would Bulletin Tells $tarke. Florida. 1.1.1".n.( Mtreet ....., Mn at Stake ditch
the present 45 miles per WITNKSH: of O. W, Al 'om".nr'nl a or ''JII i the present $160,000,000 to- of cities d.r.lan. (' Ih.semi h.n,1) Ih. Heal of thin : \ it. and said dl'h'o"u..t lluin|"ler, %eII_ 1 house 'L'ents on Wheola.
hour speed limit, outside t this the 27th of and run H. on stud dl'h rot, C and n HlrK'k 24. Wavon. J
day April
tal i'If road and court Fronting _
county and district 130 10S ft. N. 95 ft. W.
for all cars under 5,000 Fly Workings ; A. !>. f. 1. C. 117.1 ft. on Water nt. .hn. Add. to w. j. tPtprin. _
or towns 129.O. N. Madlnon Ht. I hence .
bridge: bonds. One of the bills ask- King! W. AIDKIIMANHKAI. f. ..-Front fnotH ".117.6 ft., cunt Sheriff of Uradford ( _
0 '
Qd<1 approval complete pounds In weight. Senator ( .) Clerk circuit Court. '4 f.Stark tl beitrlnnlnir 211-5-22.-Front: In NV1I of HW flcr front ft' *2.71; aecureti l by lien SHI.t: IAN T. TAYI.OU. _______
of to
a plan Best Described $ Fla.
introduced a bill providing Uy HI-ANCFIK AUDKKMAN, L). C. f."tal.1iO DO.10, Jav.n.
_
Orlando ft.; font per front ft. $ ; __
Florida's ? _
present road program In alarm boxesIn A. H. CltBWH. 'ured by Hen. $173.19. 2.U4 Fernandeii. ";,nOne I'lajntff.. 4-12-41-5-j I ,

5\+ ''if( the 67 counties a prefer-. for placing fire Solicitor for Complainant .. acre' 105 ft W. i I _______
on and public 63St53l.VOTICH > i:. Wx and 8. Icy 420 .orii'It OF ITIOV: 'I'. 11 I'PI.V
enl Uil bagfa. hotels, hospltala (Jovcrnnicnt Itiillrlln It ).111.- : at the SW cor. of ft. |N. aM located within municipal ? C'nll.nclnN HICVi fronting inS ft. on Water ft., 01& CirV (ii' ,
schools RIH. and 8. !'I'\Uhl
live .\utliorlly I.Lst l. I" run ,
; Bud 105 ,
ft N. and
Irll 2:111.5: 203 N. ft. to Madli on..rr. 8. by 420

The house voted to repeal the fire districts. S -- In Circuit ('ou:". Bradford Coun- (, ) f.V.., I h. (. f.:. on 28 nt. 201: ft.- of ft. $M:.
'l&'! :-7 tax on automobile tire and that this !season! I The Mediterranean fruit fly la, ty. Florida. In Chancery. to h.tllnlnl. 28-8.2-I'ront footire -t. In frt.lnl footHKe 223.7. It may concern that the undersigned _
Indications are U C. IVwell. f.; .o.t per front ft. $2.4741. ; ft. cost front will have prepared anti rw .
; per ft.
11th l according to a bulletin Issued by secured. lien 50224. ; secur.cii f .
dealers as Its most Important West and North Florida will pro- Complainant by $2.44 patuasuge 0 Special Leiclxlallon for
al.ton' ', of Satsuma I 'the Un'ted States department of v*. Edw.rd. JonepMne..i len fG3.4.I..rnb.rl. the City of Htarke, IhU. Florldn. '
of of
the Abolition '
day. duce the largest crop T'lla Parker, widow, et al. '. at the relllor HHH"| 1929, Legialatutc'
'the measure was aijiroved[ 55 to that has been grown In agriculture, a cosmopolitan pest.It Defendant Ii. i adlHon Ketrlnnlnir: st,,. at and NW run cor..V. and W. lietrlnnlntr' 40 ft. M. of a point to amend Hub-nectton- 4 _
**. oranges ThisIs has been known to science for It appearing by affidavit appended 330 ft. oror"f. which In IllS ft. 54. of the NW cor. ( b> of Section Seven of the City of
In to Proadway
spite of censure of Repre- the history of those sections to the hill tiled In (tie above i. 06 ft. to MadlHon' nt. 1 Ht. of SWif HK'/i'! ansi l run South BO Slarke Charter Act being Chapter1342H ,
"' first one hundred years and during cause that It IH t. on ft. K.: 215 ft. N. ((10 ft. W. panned by the 1VJ7 Legitula-l -
ntatlve Mathews, Duval, author due to two reasons; many b.l"v.d by complainant aid Ht. 302 ft. to bear. 2862.fnolaKe .- 216 ft. to Lure to .
: extend the net forth 't'
that -
of the bill.Cetzea groves are coming Into bearing these years bait spread throughoutthe Mae Watson Fu.thl Ira Front> 302 ft.; cunt per front .h..lnnlnl. .Fr"ntnl. 92.6 on \V.I.r. ft. In nald .uh-"eUon power to Ineluc. foralrportH

In quantity world. Until recently when Hennett and A. W. n.nnet. nonrCeIieflt C. U.tf; secured by lien UU.I. rout per front ft. $fO""le. : cured or any other for
that have not borne of the ,:rJ o"i I.J.rO ; ,: ...1 ..._ by len $228.85. the welfare and upuullulnMT of the J
this discovered In Flor- .
of Sumter, proposes a 11- before and second; the past win | pest was that the addreen of pail Comm.n'lna at KR cor. of Mudl-' llarnrn. O. 1._ City of Htarke.Al .
ren1e favor- Ida, the North American continent defendant are known to hIm and : and run S. on Hay .. to amend Hub-iectlon (J) ot I IReetion
tax peddl "t. '
exceptionally
of $75.00 upon has been lon lay One Acre In N.V.. of : Klicht of al l
ter that upon dlllirent Inquiry he IH unable 134 ft. NO ft. N. 1.12 ft. to Mud-! car. RW < city charter. ft.
<.rs of fruits and vegetables In able for the Satsuma tree. wan the only large [land area upon ..ascertain their addreml that lt.on Ht. thence W. on Madison nt. 44 of HKty fronting 93. 5 ft. on Water lo read Not more than Seven percent .

each -- which It had not became establish they each are over twenty-one yearn ft. to b.K. In NW cor. of J. O. Altarm' at. In Htarke. 2-6-22.--Front fosut.age interest where It now r."d"
county having a population of that .; coat front ft. even pep cent.
age there In no person In Hlock In 13.It per
222. U.Ut
'less than 7.910 and not more than Jacksonville .Myrtle Place to ed. the Htat. of Florida known to him. .--r."jd.nr.Coola. 64 IHark.; cost per ..eu.d lien U2.8. cirr Udt. OP CITY O8TAIIKW. *

8,000. Those growing their own be paved. I The fly first attracted serious at- .would.rvl. bind.either Hiibpoena r Said upon defend-whom front ft. $ ; ..cur.d C. by lan n..ra...A. \\*- By C- F. HOOVER.
( alt. 295 In
U6.3. 10m. ft miuari Block l-S-'St-S-l Its Chairman i&ct i'




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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TKr.innnAPii.. HTARKIJ:. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY ,J, MI-MI
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... ....... ........i ........................ ier Sunday. 21st among all states of the nationIn
666
Bradford Telegraph (
County the number of motor vehicles
t LAWTEYl { EVERGREEN J E. Rosier was a visitor to
and 22nd in registration -
Established 1877 .. K. 10. nnrncy. Cor : I .. (Mrs." F. A. Hosier, Cor.) 4 Starke Saturday. registered Is a Prescription fat
fees collected.
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Mi and Mrs. Reddingand
- --- ----- ----- -- 4............M..44446... ........................ I baby of the Slate Bryant Farm were ('uldH, 01'111111'> Flu, I>(-iiKu, 11,1.,
Mi. and Mrs. the of !Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Orange county's annual etr-w-!! lUlls 1-VvcT and Mulnilu.
Masters guests
Affair Quincy
'''I Published Weekly on Fridays; and Entered as Second Class in Given for Bi-tdc-pc| I, Garden
festival held at Winter
Miss Pearle Grlfils whose marriage ami children Mr Elbert CJnann Redding Saturday. berry It Is the most speedy renn]' a t
;' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ; to Mr. Frank Rembert Car- and daughter; of Okahumpka spent' I Willie! Mae Reddish spent the recently. known.

;' :_ E. S. Matthews__ __________. _____Owner and PublisherJ. rodIne, will take place next week Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. week-end with her grandmother _
was the honor Hosier Mrs. J. S. Rosier.
guest at a delightful -
C. Robinson __________ ______________ Managing Editor party given Tuesday afternoonby I I Mrs. J. T Raines of Madison !Mr and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael '
n..________ !Mrs. L. II (Hill at her charminghome was the guest of her grandaughter, of Ocala attended church here .
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In Law ley, j Mrs K. S. Rosier Sunday Sunday.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE The looms were made beautifulby Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders and Roy and Calvin Morgan of Glen
Yearly. $1.50; Six Months, 7:>Payable in Advance quantities of roses and Easter children of Jacksonville spent St. Mary spent the week-end with
111 lies. Sunday with Mrs. Saunders" moth their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W M.
'' Advertising Rates on Application. Mrs. Maggie .
Five tables er Porsyth Morgan.
_.. Un ______ _..._ living and sun were rooms placed where In proKrcslilve the Mrs. E. Rodgers: and children, Messrs. Walter Lee of Russell I IM
r rook wall the feature of and Mrs. Earl Tlnn of Waycrosa, and Pittman Varnes of Lake UutItr he TOuJnNE
hI, A trip through the fly infested area will convince anyone teT t :,.
Ca., aline
the afternon. were the week-end guests of I attended church here Sunday o durability ,
T of the seriousness of the situation facing Florida. At the conclusion) of the games Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele. Mrs C. A. Prlngle; and two children t t m /: mi lout,.;.
0 Miss !\fa I tte: Harley made high and 13.: E. Rosier and Leslie McClel- were the guests of her mother tetyI Thisiawl.,
received a pretty corsage of sweet Inn were visitors to Staike Sat- :Sirs J. S. !Ros'ei-: Monday r"'er- you want in tip. ,,.
would be good site for the $300,000-
Ileilbronn Springs a urday. noon. s'tY''
Mrs. G. W .
1 peas. Roberts makinglow Summer or wmti. r
000 National Home for disabled soldiers to be built in Florida. received a dainty little sachet Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and -- S wJtllli) l luL: :) -Firestone Gum-
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r 0-- basket. I children of Vanderbilt spent Sun- Nearly $5,000,000 was collectedIn ,C Dipped Tires g\\:\ .
; J Mrs. Hill presented the honoree day with !Mrs It. S Rosier. I Florida during 1928 on motor ( r greatest mileage arid,
There is a miss in Boston, 100 years of age, who says "I with a dainty girt. The hostess I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hosier and vehicle registrations the Bureauof h ? .__ greatest safety.
detest men." One hundred years is too long to keep any wom- served her guests with a deliciousIce children, of the State Farm, were Public Roads, U S. Departmentof ,, ywd '"
course. the wefk-enJ guests of Mrs. Hester Agriculture announced. In anew

l an waiting. Those Illv'.ted were: Mesdames Sapp. figures on registrations! arid collections -
o II. R. Rev L. A. Donnelly of Starke for each state In the' Un-
Theclo J. T.foore.! Roy Listen I,
': Nothing starts a week off' so pleasantly in a newspaper Reddish Don) Sapp, K. E. Burney. filled his regular appointment here ion announced by the bureau the __ri : 1 Manny I'iglit '4h.\W.i
I office the of free publicity matter rubber-stamped Chandler, W. I F. Godwin W. II. Saturday and Sunday.Mr. average revenue for Florida for r3"I"" '" :;
as receipt .
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Edwards: E. R Wells, O. W. and Mrs. B H. Walker and the year was placed at $4,935.995on
"postage due." erts, Effle Miner ,\. nab-I (children of Alachua. were the a total of 352,961 motor ve- J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. STARKE, FLORIDA
r o H. Harley, Jr., ,V. C. Woolen W guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ros- hicles registered: Florida stood

The Bill to aboMsh road and bridge trustees of each coun- Jo). Torode G. W Pierce and -
: Misses Arthurlne, Catherine and ............ IP ..&-.m.- -- w ..
: ty seems to suit the legislators, provided his county is exempted Enza Blanchard Elinor Arwood

; from the act. Wattle Harley Blanche Burney
St' o and Miss Pearle Grfllfs.Mi1 Lc77k
and Mrs. L. II Harley Jr.,
Carter and Royall are perhaps wondering if padding of t tt
lave a delightful: dinner party last
(ors expense accounts constitute reasons for removal what the Monday in honor of Mr. Rembert '

p state will do for officials.! Carrodlne and Mlas Pearle Orlltls,

419 0Floridag whose'next marriage week. will be an eventof 5, BLUE RIBBON SALE .t 4'

senators cast party lines aside the other day to Mrs. E. E. ]Burney was shopping I

: honor the republican leader of the state, Glenn B. Skipper, for in Starke Monday. _'J '.
: services he had"rendered,Florida. The many friends of Mrs. D. W. ( .
1 .... ( .... ) .
Kinlaw[ who Is a patient In St. .. .
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o Vincent's hop"''tal, will be plaasedto / ,--.J (!' / \ (J J.J ) ) .or.

i Thursday half holidays are beginning to be observed in I learn she la' improving.Mr. ,......,. \ : \. 'f .. ) ") '"""

-IM towns in this section. Starke stores will begin closing for the and Mrs. W. C. Woolen "_" .(-, ...., ( --.'', }::-\.t..,_.)*,'IJ"::':II.I.-t.; .:.:.:,.\ .. } "'" S \

q half day the latter part of this month. were visiting relatives In Jackson- ( ( I 1;'<,I.!.......,._ ........., (.i' ., .i\ )
r1 +r ville Sunday S i -t.-:: ,O'-' ...Ir--" 'lift.. ... .-'..' )
o Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and I'.T.. ," ''i\\ .,t11'!! = ....I ''S. I :" ,
,, ;r About the most useless piece of legislation so far introduced Misses Blauchefluruey and Lizzie I. ( .- I,,;,,>'1" .....' ',.... lI"t".....osI5' !_!!.'e>!.I." '"I i / .,.':".'' lr- ...IG.. a..... ...."'- I )

goes to the Bay county representative, who seeks to |I ]]Howe Beach spent Sunday at Pablo (<.ff ,ifI!) } f m: ,; :;/ F=,frF, b I ,;1;}!! ; ;!; ,
legislate sun-back dresses stockingless legs out of sight.

Vte'1' 1 Bradford farmer. I : Mrs.In Enzel Lawtey.of Galn.jvllle: is visiting "I ;. ,' Z 1; ; :mm\m!\. .'c''.;t;I.;,i NJ I I i EB E. HB:4J. :! lj !iii." i;!h iimN" ; 1'n, 7h 1:/ '

county have too much at stake to allow I : ;TE9.191.rlld; IjIII\, .. ": .-. -::;::;; -;:;:;;- ...;;; ,: .:'..!.! !.!!. : !! I
the fly pest to be'introduced] in the county through failureto Howey Local mica plant be- ; S-..........._.:...-..-..'...:...... 1YJ r-r.r:: r5'; ::; ;..m r'r :;,. r.:.. s '.. ."t ".. a?e "., ;tf.$; 1
ing operated with new electrical \GM... IIlIIIJIIC: 8".J- I I) i I I
to promptly the violation of II ""
report even slightest quarantine equipment. \ f ::"J.-11111'' a"_ jtJ'l ..... .1'u.rt1Rl'" .1' -- 'V\i

v regulations. Plans progressing; for beautification I I .!. .. ,Ii.:'ao ''C>' .; ;:;;:"', _''I-f./ol: :, .. _- : Eflsfe** )'

0 of Englewood. .

I Sewers on West Madison should be laid even if it is years "..:.: -. )
'by'', before the third septic tank is built and connections made. I

r Provision' should be made before the street is paved for the
Annual Store Wide Event
growth of that section Y of town. Summer l

0

Before a winter home is provided for the president in

;, 'Florida, the state government should establish such a economical Starts Monday' May SixthCohen I

is, form of management that each Florida taxpayer could is ? ,

Y afford to maintain a home for himself the year around. c01Ulng. .


Bradford county commissioners o should place guards at Replace Brothers is prepared to lift the curtain upon the supreme mercan- )
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;' every road leading into the county from the south and not allow your tile achievement of more than SIXTY-ONE years of honest merchandising. '

6' a single vehicle carrying fruit to pass the line. It is better )
x;' '' to spend a few dollars to play safe than to have the county old tires for For months we have been on the alert for merchandise of quality,

S + quarantined and the crops rot in the field from lack of a mar character and variety-and now, as we pause to announce our Annual )

ket.iffl .
new, guaranteed Blue Ribbon Sale we assure you of VALUES that will make this eventan '
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''I' : Boolse Beach o's t and outstanding occasion. -::"J.\' .,1._ .
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................. ..... FLORIDATheatre
Messrs. L. M. Munlite and Lacy ,
Norman spent Saturday in Jack

sonville.Mrs.'1.. M. Murrhee and( Mrs. J, GAINESVILLE ; e 1 Seven Value Giving Days! )

5R- Lu Hnsklna and children were visitors -
M', 1 to Starke Saturday. 1'ltonH.UI \\IKK: : 0'1. 0 0'
ii Mr. Charlie Oasklns and Miss II-SISO: MAY nTH ,

Abby Powell and little sister of The Blue Ribbon Sale idea originated We have standard '
Doctor's Inlet spent Sunday here placed our high. We ,\

'r aG at the home of Mrs Jean Gusklna.MUIBIH. MONDAYTUESDAY"The many years ago when it was deemed wise have no compromise with mediocrity. "\1
: +; Louis Datton, George:
4d ra nation, Aaron and Luther Chlsom Duke Steps Out" to augment Spring and Summer stocks Our guiding principle has been to make I
ra' I of St. George: (Ja., spent Sunday with fresh ;
'S merchandise that would standout this sale beneficial to our customers. We
{p here the guests of !Mr. and Mrs.. With DUirsVALit
It. N. Crawford \VM. H.\IMH: & JOAN ('11.11. BPS above everything else as leaders. True invite you to come and help us celebrate

Mrs. Aaron Chlaom returned to rrmit Cp to custom Blue Ribbons are always this occasion.
her borne at St. George Ga., nftfer S ymhronlzed with Music aced oNpt
S 4 spending the past week \here with Sound awarded prize winners in various con
relatives. io.auIat.. & setting: I...."'0 t Should it not be convenient to attend in
tests in this
so mercantile event have
-- we
-- eoveTsDu
A large number of folks from person, order your needs BY MAIL.
,, here attended church ut Evergreen: I WEDNESDAY) s awarded Blue Ribbons to thousands of Your orders will receive prompt and care-
} Sunday. srtrc items value D
Mr.\ and Mrs. Walter Wllkersonta .\ Vitnplinnr Talking l'l<'rnn' as winners. ..' -...., ful. attention. -- .- ., -
the proiKl parents of a little "One Stolen Night" zal.d.
{ daughter, born Monday. even
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"'f 1>11'. and Mrs. Earne! Johns and
: IIKONSON
t}, .children'87 here of with Hellbronn friends. spent Sun- MAM roi.iiiii: Eight Pages of Blue Ribbon Sale News Will
l4) :$() Milt. At KteuhtK: 1 O- O I
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Jf SV Nalal: : S( IIKlTTTTSBeginning I
THURSDAYFRIDAY"Bridge I Appear in Sunday's Times-Union...... May 5th

Ily Sunday, April :21st, start .
sum-
t S"Aboard Hallway schedules for of San Luis WilY Plan
S* with to
risky Spend Monday at Cohen BrothersFree
''I 'nrkeTl.'re posted as follows: Key" tires? Come into our

''r 4onthlarund store .see the Dunlop
+ 'N0- l.-'Lot'all) 11:19 p. m. With Tire. built
t1 r No. 11-(Local)) 11:23 a. m. I.ILY U.IIT.1)(1: :\ .\ ,\'/\- itcan so good!
_ No. 107--(Limited) 1-19: p. m. 11.11)1)-.1. (illllVT KFAIt bonded beguaranteed even against and Parking? Garage -Spacious Rest Rooms, -WrIting Rooms
No. 101-(Limited) 10:34: p. m. CAST
t N0I1bholinei With fcbuse. The world's -Restaurant and Soda Fountain -Parcel Checking Service

r No. 2-(Local) 5:35 a. iii. 31..1cIollnel. ail Talking greatest tirebuildingexperience
No. 12-Local( ) 3:05: p. m.No. 1O-.10: Mat & 1'n'J\lnlt 10.0I : ( behind it. -Mailing Privileges Telephone, a17'd Telegraph Service
+ 108-(Limited) 5:41: p. m. I And bonded against almost
,;r {'annre Branch SATURDAY every conceivabletire 1
i r No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m. trouble bonded EVERYTHING FOR YOUR COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
"Love in the Desert"With
No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40 p. so that we or any other:
2l j m. Dunlop dealer in the

lllue Hut Lines 01.11'1:11)11111NO.111: ( : U. S. can make good
Northbound-5:10): a. m., 8:5: ItKKIlY: : instantly without red
v.. m., l':58 p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:53p. : 53nrhrouhrl with .MiiMlc nnil tape. Come in. Read
m. !Sound'1 this Dunlop Surety
Southbound-9-37: a, m.. 12:07:
10 %Vi: 10 3111t.. Esemiinu: 10 & :10 Hand.
p. moo 4.07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50: ---- -- ------- ----

'. it p. Jacksonville m. __ .--Nine__additional Ncway, reiils. CoiiH-iUpw, Xovt-N S STERN'S GARAGE I I

r. ll lies or Topics! n .
..4: S fire a\U rm boxes to be installed In

this city, STARKE, FLORIDA .. 11 .. 11' I&. II ... I.. .. 'IIiIl .. IL.4IV4iE:
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