Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 10, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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l W' Postmaster HeldSuspension Comes to StarkeMajor In Leg By Carl HOLD MEETING Governor To Call Session New State J _-- 2901 4lr/

In Andrews Raiford t
: Oil Comimny Op.'tlII| Modern Organ laxtlon "<>iiidt.Nl nt \h..t-: -- Tax Returns
Bulk riant on Madison iiiK Hold hiirwlny' :Night. Growers t'llcn. ;Xrnl of Itrliff from ICvix.:
Berry !
tc-lt.1lon. ot I'rohahoe Rt"htll'lIh i Street Site Victim of I Shooting' Saturdiiv l lint llu' l'cnllllulI l <>f t'rcwntSICtlltMll
Under the
new laws sworn tax r!
Republican AdvisoryCommittee. Chitnco of 1t..OVN.11; Although not recognized by the : I j
Notes of Interest returns munt be filed with the
The growing Importance of i j
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't, Irrwx Still at Large county "regulars; an organization j _
Starke as the key city of a progressive \ The board! of county commissioners assessor before April. 1 of each :? 'UJ 1
of Republicans was completedlast 11.35'
y. Although the Held of applicants ; farming fruit and vegetable !; Charley Manlre\ of Hampton Totnl, membership of the Bradford 1- of Urudford county, Florida year showing 60 percent of the ac1 1 .41
Thursday night at tlie home _
for appointment has dwindled raising territory la further linotype operator and pressman' County Strawberry and Vegetable ( met In regular session Monday tual cash value of acreage, lot, ". n.11.35"
emphasized by the openini< thin for the Evening News Gainesville! of Dr.V.. B Parks, spied the II."
: from approximately twenty to Growers! Association\ Is now January 6th 1930 with all livestock merchandise, furniture. [ '
F week of a thoroughly modern bulk WAS shot In the left thigh/: by Carl Bradford County Republican Organization .ft
..w three filling of the postmaster- depot on Madison( !street .iaar rail- Andrews of Raiford late Saturday it wall learned Friday! about 11" with many prominent members present as follo-vg: J. O. hotel and household equipment i __ .tn.U

:t ship at Starke is still apparently road by the Shell Petroleum Cor night; the shooting occurring; when of the meeting tanked farmers, contemplating signing up Crown, chairman ; J. L. Underhill, airplanes and other articles including n.u....
news
h'M'."uP In the air," the civil service: poration. This new bulk plant la north of Starke on one of the county before carlot shipment begin./: Drew Itmld IRh, (1V.. lllnsou and bicycles! radios! phonographs r12.,1.41
f company owned and will! b 6 Olt'rated roads leading from state high- out with the resignation of Dr.A. The AsMorlallon has shipped, loilnle It. 'r. Osteen.M r-
"commission at the last report still and fishing tackle! everything\ thatIs
r,,, "' upon the well known Shell way 13. The charge of shot tired E. Dunham. Ills resignation something over 12,000 quarts hull en of last meeting were .10.11 '
vn'4 waiting for the recommendation of policy of super-service to rural I at close range tore away the outer Friday morning followed immediately with the lowest prices to date net read and approved/ taxable. r 1

: the Republican state advisory com- consumers as well as Stai-ko's commercial part of the leg. missing the bone. upon h's'! being advised( that to the members of 22c per quart I The Rhel'llr11" authorized liyhe Even: doge are not exempt front '
1t$1nIttee. TIlls committee held a and Industrial erll. but severed the thumb of his left tho Republicans of the county Imd :and the highest price being 41 ( bolted to arrange small locker the law extending to everything; 'I
,*session in Orlando Tuesday but It siderable Improvements are con-I hand at the first joint. Manlre was not been given any notice of the cents In his olikeo He was also authorized that: the good housewife!: linos lu ,,j '(*
,;' Is not known what action If any be added to the present plant brought/: to the office of Dr. Mill\ proposed meeting! and I that the While the association's net to, arrange oil olUVo for her cullnnry depllrtm was taken to fill the vacancy here. and additional tanks installed lleton for treatment Immediately I county committee wo num. Mrs. I prices have averaged! somethingmore the home demonstration agent upstairs and paintings works ot art silverware '
if', ', Of the six applicants who filed The coming of Shell to Start-e" I, following the shooting, and his Jennnette t' Young, had not been than t the average\ prices ,add In the court house. clothing watches and cocV! > 3,I Iruga ,.
1 1111elr applications! with the civil marks the entry of another Important -: condition Thursday was reported .I Ito extended the courtesy of an Invitation on the wharf, the members are fur ; Rich fllenn was placed upon (the I and druperto Ofllclals describe _. .
I' i//<;}?service commission several weeks industry to this dlstnct! be Improving. to attend ther reimbursed by the saving/> of pauper" roll at $5.00 per month H. ( the enactment as "the clean j ISMI.IIr ,'
;J'f'" "%I'' ago, the one Republican, Mrs and is In keeping with tho: merchandising -i Manlre who is deaf and dumb, The organization according: to time. They merely deliver their.. I O. Illverswu allowed $10.00 for sweep law." .21'

,..,, Jeanette C. Young, and two Hoov- program of this major with Ills brother', Cyril and General Information at hand 1. was completed berries to the Association, get II one month. Allowance for Henry The penalty for failure! to make I'U5.13' \
"J F) er-Democrats, Messrs. E" K. Per- oil company whose choice of this Mulllns\ of Hampton, who stnt- with Dr. J. J. Billion nn chairman receipt" therefor and are none Phillips wits refused returns la an additional 25 percent I
1 'yman and F. A. Scott, were elim- city was dictated largely" by the cd Andrews fired without any provocation ; Mrs. W. II. Parks, vk-e-clialr- about I heir I bIl81118A> | rather I than ns Application for mother's. pension on the amount of the taxes ".01
: ,' inated leaving three Democrats the formerly having to wult was Illod, from hire\ Lillie ){('I- .
\ Importance company placed when t they stopped at the man ; Mrs A. Wood, secretary; W. about levied. It the assessor has to make' :: :
eligible for the postmastershlp, upon It as the trading center of a Orllll place. Andrews, apparently T. Shiver county committee mAn and dicker\ from buyer to huger lum. She waR allowed $10.00 per the assessments In the absence ot tus : '
4. M essre. C. A. Futch, W. B. Parks prosperous territory In which under the influence of liquor, held Others attending,: were Mrs W. T. trying to get a fair price for their month for four months.Ilond the returns lllitnka' will be furnished "
I sad H. Wiggins, according to there Is an ever increasing number I the Manlre party up when they Shiver Dr. W. B. Parks, Dr. A. K.!: products. Many prominent members of S. J L. Peek of Starke by tae assessor to all property ' r.. U..t, "i'.l''' i i1Y.xi
Mr. Dlrrelle Chaney, special repj ot automobiles, trucks, trac- ,. stepped from the car. Insisting Dunham and Rev. Taylor of Hamp even Read their output l hy> a )Florida, on no lory public was ap owners,, > 1-
. ? :!'eral. who was in Starke De- by progressive farmers and mer- rOrdllCyril/ Manlre and Mulllns I county committee man Mr.\ Shiver saving much time for lie( nf A. L. Alvarez as constable laws that nil property, owners will : ... I t'n
['. ,. SjS,,member 18th. On what grounds chants. to take off' their coats to see If attended t the state republican memberH. for J jneliee 1 of peace District pay taxes to the full 60 percent of '', :t"" I
>Il/f. eliminations were mad e, 1 s'oItt&tnot "The increasing demand for they carried weapons. Cyril Ma meeting In Tampa Saturday. It l U estimated that by the time No. :2 Iliadford County, was actual value, excluding such prop- ,Q__ lS........ "" ',
/ !5i: known, as examinations are Shell gasoline motor oils and lubricants nlre stated his brother did not When asked about this organization the real! crop mat urea t the association approved! erty or amount of taxation coming, h-'I' ,
::0' ',l; required to fill vacancies oc- as the result of the overgrowing know what was taking place! and Mrs, Jeannette Young! will have a total enrollniont I1. (I. Alderman was allowed! an within the exemption by the) constitution -, .. .; f\\
I" ',curing: In second class offices and number automobiles was unaware of the danger he was present committee woman of the of 125 and over four hundred adjustment) ot $125.00 on his personal and other laws of Flor, '!:
.' ,. the action taken by the commis and the Increased use of machineryIn In, and that Andrews shot him after party stated that usual procedurewas acres controlled.The properly iinseMsment for year hut The requirements! apply to lipblf" : f':
;1810n must have been on showingS and about Starke made It nec- he was told of his being deaf to advertise! the rail for an or- pint cup thiil! will he used I 1112I.!) owners<<, holders, husbands, parents "' 1!
r on applications filed. essary to include this city and ter- and dumb ganization meeting or to notify III car lot shipments Is being quoted ( (01\) motion I the assessor and colloitor guardians, trustees, executors ,"I"'
,,a:tW, All three of the eligible candi ritory in the expansion programof Andrews who has been the members of the Republican party on practically! all markets at a'' were authorized to adjust administrators, receivers, at*' "n..s."Ii '"
dates have had the endorsement this majk oil companywhich principal in several killing In the but In this case she hud been ,unable higher price' propoitlonalely than t any error personal assessment t torneys-ln- fact or others having , ',;t
a of Congressman R. A. Green and has become an important factor of Flalford' section was reported being to find any members of tho the quarts nnd( reports) from Simth' on cars taxable property under their cones .. U.1iv. .il,1!
1 have been working to secure the he; American petroleum Industry"said / In the restaurant next to the party outside of those present Florida lire very favorable to I the !Reports' of receipts and disburse- trol or management.Owners ( r 'fii5
v endorsement of the Republican Mr. Jesse Alexander, man ti- City Ilarber Shop Saturday night Thursday night. who had been Riv pints and It Is generally believed mould for Six. months from July 1 ) agents' or others In control ; 1"
_ 4e state advisory committeeCon- ger. in company with several of his en any notice of the proposed t that I the pint cup\ will bo used here lo Doc 31, 192'J! ::'!!, were tiled by all of real I oHtuta must furnish l lur''i/I'j: .
; gresuman Green has been particularly "Consumers of gasoline and tub companions, and that both liquor meeting. exclusively within it yeur or two. county olMrprs. legal I description of the property..I.! ." ;.;
c active in the appointment i rlcants here, many of whom are and guns were In evidence. The The manager anti I the Aimnrtutlon Heporln of county Judge and In- whether In the city; or county u.u" f;
of Dr. Parka, other candidates in :. familiar with Shell gaso'llne and party left In two cars and had apparently l'ot'STIJI'H'nmST I1O.UIIM nA a whole are appreciative\ of epuctor of inurhs!( and brands worn An exemption from taxation on, _. 5,11'/1'I
the race declare otter advising motor oil, now have the opportunity readied the Orbits I place (STISl'l': \\ouic I'MiL. nn.: i the many courti-Rles shown on the received and ordered flied household goods up to, a $600, atr .' ":
them a Democratic congressmanhad : ot being: served regularly when the Manlre party reached the 1 local platform which\ makes for I The report! ot I ho state auditor valuation 1 Is allowed by the new-.! __ IS....
absolutely nothing to do with from the new Starke bulk depot i scene. Andrews Accompanied the Another thirty day extension of n o-operatlve sprit\ throughout\ was rend) and filed for reference. law but (llit exemption does not I:; 1145
e the appointment, it resting solely installed to provide easy" access! to' car containing his' victim when he time lit permit Florida taxpayersto I ho entire forces engaged tliure\ lu Tao} l't'I'OI'lor' county agent wim relieve ll.a owner, making the re.. ;
with the Republican state' advisory the widely known Shell products' was brought; to Starke but escaped adjust claims before county tux the berry uiislncitis.Mits. ,received, showing eight meetings; turn. F.very !Item must be down In tl-- 11.31 .
committee. However, copies of which have become so popular In when he saw an effort was being adjustment board. has been authorized + held with nn attendance of 1D4 black and white when the return'
telegrams are In the hands of oth I the surrounding territory." made to get word of the shooting by the state board of uj- 1.::\1.1 1.1 itinmtn. IMSSK: members; uleo show lug I prlvatu U sworn to before the assessor. .. ...If"
1 er applicants showing that Congressman to officers. It was reported later peals at Tallahassee. .\\\',\, IV 1'AI.ATKA calls", telophone calls anti visits III Under previous existing laws all, IOAOILlle i,"
r. t Green has urged the FOUMIII: itFNIDiNT: : that In his version of the shooting( The ounly adjustment boards homes, 7I>. This report wan ordeal disabled wnr veterans or others ::
,.' state advisory committee to appoint inns WASHINGTON'[ : ,told his grandfather A. n. An- were Hinted to *co: out of exlHtlnce! Mrs. Kmmu Richard, who for "' \ IlI 'tl. permanently disabled by accident; '
Dr. Parks, stating Dr. Parks drews, he claimed the spooling December 31. The expiration period over fifty years made her home In The ropitrt of homo demonstration and widows with dependent children - URi
would make a good leader for the James II. Dowling of Live Oak was accidental hUIJ been set now for February Starke, patmed' away Monday morning agont wits received, showing are <>xftnptt from taxationup II.*.,
nt i ; J Republican party In Bradford died in a Washington hotel Monday Warrants were Issued for An- : 1. the nth at 12:30: In l's lulku, H fled lags' held with 154 members to fSOO worth) ot personal or' ..XIti..
A'V'', county. night from a heart attack drews arrest, charging assault y ---- at the homo of her mm and daugh! In attendance; also 20 demount real property, All exemption '-.I
% ; What weight Mr. Green's recommendation the body being found in his room with Intent to murder, and up until MOItl-l: PARKING ST.U'K: I'ltO- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mm." II. e! Ill rat Unia with Rl\ attending! must. he' net forth In filing the ta "I
:,. ) will have with the by his attorney who had called on ( Thursday he was still at liberty Villi; ) thard. This report: was ordered filed. returns.In . ie't"l l"
l Republican advisory committee Many were the expressions: The hoard of county commissioners filing returns (
the lumberman !In connection with bill whereabouts being unknown. on tangible personal I ft
and what effect Dr. Parks' appar- an income tax matter. The body -.- 'ro provide additional parking/ regret anti prairie when It wan adopted\) the following resuliition property, the owners or others -. !
ent change from the Democrat par- was forwarded to Live Oak Wednesday space( for I trucks and cars loaded known that I this good wo mini had : : on sales tax: In control, must set forth the- la>
I ty to the Republican faith will : for burial, being accompanied Many ChangesIn with strawberries at the depot| the I gone I lo tier heavenly home, fur "ItesolutliMl"Whureas amount ot lire Insurance carried .Vi'
bare with the appointment Is befog by L. F.. Speers, of Washington liiislneas, Men'a Club completed. arrangements where she had lived no many yearn the pruHent) lul! valorem us of Jan. 1 oneli yeur This ap- .. 1s4
t awaited with Interest. Adding special representative ol Text Books Wednesday with the Vane: knew her lint to love her, tax system of the state of plies/ to l11er'n II tilt! stocks hotel '
'O/&i;/ to the uncertainty Is the fact that Senators Fletcher and Trommel. city council for leasing the lot nor lIumtJd l her lint to praise.1' 11'I.rrlellIIl1el the several counties equipment fin.nit nre and furnishings I.
the Republican committee woman, and Congressman R, A. Green Funeral Are ExpectedThere west of the depot<" formerly used! At Ilia time of her death, Mmlllchurd thereof has become( HO unworkable and household goods; and effects ' U.t..
.' Mrs. Young, who U Holding the services were held Thursday. by J. hi\ Trilby for storage of pony wan eighty-three .yearn, : and, Ineffective as to demoralize' farm i machinery, conveyances 11Alull
: ', post temporally: has not given up Older residents ot this section refrigerators.! : Thin lot la now being ot age She win born at Middle- the several governmental\ departments exif'ptlntc! automobiles, tarn.machinery ,. 't ,
':<.,I"''c i; the idea of securing the appointment will remember the deceased as one will necessarily be a large: cleared and the adjucvnt 'street burg where her father, Captain thereof, and and other Items of mls-
and that she has consider- of the brothers forming the W. II. number of changes( In the next list will receive attention from the Ozun Iluillngton, retired sea captain "Whereas, the credit of the\ Hev- eel lanenux personal property. ".11, '
able support from both Democratic, and J. II. Dowling Lumber Company of textbooks to be adopted for use I street forces. During strawberry was a plnnoer settler. Df t that |.ral counties has become Kerlotil- In conforming to the lire Insurance .....
!? and Republican patrons ot the who operated' the large millon In the high schools) of Florida, It season, the streets around the station community Slit moved to Hiarko ly affected and greatly; endangered clause, official suggest that. ,1411.
postofBce.HOIKJKS. the northern city limits some developed at the weekly, meeting are blocked with teams and over .fifty yearn: ago, living: here by tho .condition now existing! property holders carefully guard :-, ",71
of the state board of education at until three years: ago when the and against variance
twenty years ago, taking over the trucks loading or unloading, and a between the IIIye
: IX HACK old Townsend Lumber Company, Tallahassee. this temporary measure! wUl allow Incroulllllg'll'pbll'n911" of age/; ran*' "Whereas, the high tax rule of amount of Insurance actually jar- .-.. is
TO srCCIU; : loot At the close of lumbering\ operations According to Superintendent W. nome relief until the railway and od her to go lo I'alatkn to make tile stale and county In cunning a nod and the amount set out on.the .
-- here they moved to Live S. Cawthon, the commission express" officials: can he perHuaded her homo with her only son and great pnrtcntuge of the land to revert tat return, n'nco.' return, la mad II
Tallahassee, Jan. 6.-Captain Oak, operating mills in that sec adopted sixty-four different! books to extend sidings/ north of the his, wife and (there she won new ( to th. suite for this! uoii-pny-. In oath and could. b- made bind- .It....
Hodges state shell fish commls-, tion. for( use In the high schools of the highway with platform facilities friend who lovingly called her rnotii of taxes; which means till IliAC In l politic( litigation over flro ... 2HJ17.M.
sloner, formally announced his state at Its last meeting In 1922. for unloading. "Mother\ Hlchard" She wan a de- uonOscutioii; of property and 10:<11"11. To illustrate It a man's ;
candidacy for secretary of state ICOAII OFFICIALS" IIKKK: Only thirty-two of these\"oks are' -. .. voted member of the l Kplnconnl': ""Whoronx, the lion. Doyle N.! mercantile or manufacturing stock;
"' today after seriously: considering -- being presented in the list of bids IH'\1'S: OWN itl.:('(lltl) church, being a charter member' Carlton governor ot Florida, Is or household !icuodt.( are destroyed ,"..._1".i.
the matter for several weeks. lien Chairman Hobert W. Bentley before the commission now In session of Saint Mark's, church here. and btilng iietltloiied and urged to cull I Ia by tire and the lire Insurances
+1 vlll oppose W. M. Igou, who was and Chief Engineer B. M. Duncan, Mr. Cawthon stated which Marshal A. L. Alvarez last ', for many yearn by her zealous service I special si-union. of the )Florida" company considers Iho chain excel -rll.lt,,
ppolnted by Governpr Carlton tot of the state road department, were means that perhaps as many new week brought a quart of B| raw. berries -I and generosity she added! ma- Icglslntura for thin purpose of pn ilni slvo It may go back to the sworn
t serve until the general election In In Starke latter part ,of the past! books must be selected. I to the Telegraph ofllce containing terially to the advancement of) the ( a relief! measurn, viz: 'The tax return to nrr:vo at the actual
(, November on the death of Hon. II. week Insp rung the newly completed The board decided that a meetIng 36 berries, the record then Master'H work: 1\1 n. Richard possessed Gross friiiles Tax Law,' therefore, property value I u
Clay Crawford. sections of state road 28. would be held WedneHday.Jan for large; fruit. Thin week hu Iho characteristics of Unselfish "He\ It resolved, that the board! I,1..S
F' Captain Hodges( Issued the following These gentlemen were on a tour 8, following which open broke his previous record by Inestf, gentleness and sym- ot county commltmloners of Bradford sriiu: : 'fll.11'N I iii'irr STATK 4 i1.u
l statement today to the ot Inspection of roads over the ing will be held for two meet-I bringing another quart containingjust pathy and was known for her county, In regular 505sbnaen- ,_r--..... Ii'
press; state and drove here from Gaines which anyone may speak: on any I 26 berries. Three layers filled many acts. of kindness said, generosity darn sud!, action and lend !Us aid Tha appearance) of speed trap* ..... 1"t.
"In making my formal an- book In the list to be considered. the cup the two top layers having no quietly and modestly In every way possible, In the state, according to R O. 11,73'
ville.Crewa .
nouncement as a candidate for of convicts will be placed The commission will not, under nine berries each and the bot- performed.A "lIe! It further resolved, (that the OrRsstleld general manager of tb .--'-' 311,I
of state 1 wish to (lie present law, meet again to se- service conducted dork, of thin board liu Instructedto Florida
secretary nay on the new state farm road from tom eight.; This grower of fine short funeral statechamber of commerce -,-.13.11
that I hope to be elected on my Raiford to Macclenny as soon as lect textbooks for the high: schools berries has set a mark for the en- by Her. Francis, H. Wakefleld traiiunilt a copy of this resolution la evident according to reports .!
# merits and not on the demerits of Superintendent Billed can make for eight years, although a meet- tire state to shoot at. and any was held at the home Tuesday to the lion. Doyle S. Canton" of a number of complaint*
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,,' my opponents. the transfer It was learned Monday ing will be held In two years for grower with the berries to com- morning and concluded at Saint The matter ot purchasing/ an from winter visitors who hay "
$ "I reel that my knowledge as an clearing and grubbing the the purpose of making selectionsof pete with these Is invited to bringIn Nicholas cemetery, near South Klllott-FUther: machine for the as been victims of this form ot petty .,- "1-12,
4 attorney, long experience In public roadway. Road machinery will!! be books to be used In the grammar his quart, Jacksonville, where I the body of sessor' office was laid over until graft filtering Into his office from
{ life and familiarity with public turned over to these forces by the schools. the deceased wan laid to rent he- first !Monday\ In March 1930. time to time. .'n-p.i.. $J',
u affairs generally fits me for dls- state road department and the WKUNKSO.tV: : LAST (FOH TAGS Hide her huband. The hoard then proceeded to select This. condition, says the state), : ,.
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charging the duties ot the office work will be completed as rapidly 1>. K. TIIOMAH "Beautiful twilight, at let of not lens than 250 names nor chamber manager, Is not helping!" :
e to which 1 aspire. as labor and weather conditions Next Wednesday, January 15th, sun, more thus GOO 'names from the Florida at all. In fact It Is one ot .r''ll'!.'4;
"My commission, as Shell Fish permit. Securing of new right-of- Death entered the home of Mr. Is the last day allowed automobile Beautiful goal with rare well registration books of said county the many accumulative petty graft ...._ 1'U.
Commissioner expires March 5th way where the present road from P. K. Thomas December 30th. and owners to get ther! tags without won.nealltlful, from the several electoral precincts practice, which goes to breakdown ,I U.
and after that time I will be able Starke to the prison was straightened took to rest father of the home. running a chance of being arrested rest, wltli work well and furnished said lists of I the good will Florida coo 4N
to devote my entire time to the will delay start of the workon lie was born In and lived all his and fined for operating a car done." names so selected to the clerk of munltlett bare worked hard to ..; sN6
to the campaign. In the meantimeI this end. life In Clay county. He was 76 without license. Weird haa been Saint Mark1 Guild and friend. said hoard, ns required by law; build up. Every county In tb :
will hare to depend upon my years old and leaves to mourn his sent from Tallahassee by Tag here Kent flower, and t the following said names to bo written upon state should take pains. to see that ,: d
friends to 'carry on.' for(: me." :>KW: K.\; ( I\K AIWIVKH: departure five girls and four boys Commissioner McLIn that there party from Starke attended clips| of paper and to be tolled the stranger travelling by aut ;.j
Mrs. Dola Thompson, Green Cove will positively be no extension: of the funeral; Mr. and !MCH. J. C. and deposited. by the sheriff' and Is given every courtesy, and I 11 .,.r. ; 'l
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\ CIL\nGKI WITH AKSOJT The big Fairbanks engine for Springs; Mrs. Lula JJurkhart, Ala- timo this year. The local tag Hoover( Mr. F. C. Hoover Mr. J. clerk In a box under lock and key there la doubt as to whether traf ,
the municipal power plant arrived chua; Mrs. lean Britt, Green agent; Col. A. S. Crews slates that W. Morgan, Mr*. H. S. Fernandez, and from said box the names of fie regulations or speed laws hay
Mr. and Mr, Louis Clark and Tuesday and Is on the siding Core Springs; Mrs. Llnnle Beck, his office hall not received any I I Mm. ir. A. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. jurors to bit> drawn to serve In the been broken the visitor should be
? Dan Crews of the Hellbronn sectlon awaiting arrival of the erectingcrew Stuart; Mrs. May Wease Dees word of an extension of time. I G. M. Sistrunk, !\Irll. C. A. Patch circuit:& court a* prescribed by law. given the benefit ot the doubt
were arrested this week on to be sent out by the company Mlddleburg; Lacy Kenney. Jesse . i. and lion, !Mack There being no further business .--- r,
-warrants charging arson, in The generator and elec- and Sewell Thomas Green Cove JASI'KIlVII.UAMH: '!> .. tho board adjourned until next INSTAIJ.ATIOV! ()to' OFFU'KHS, a
f connection with, the burning; ot the trical equipment IK still to arrive Springs and two brothers, L. F. Largo White Way Garage regular meeting to be held the - ,
Damon residence at the crossroads but is expected to arrive this and L. R. Thomas, Green Cove Jasper Williams. 87, died Mon- canged.handa. first Monday In February, 1930.) Installation of officers Bradford j .
r" Sunday night The house was un- week. Foundation work for the Spring. day at the home of his daughter, Tarpon Sprlnga--Miniature golf O. W. Alderman, Clerk. Lodge No 35, F. &; A. M.. will .ba A ,
occupied at toe time, and the defendants unit has been completed with the -.- Mrs. Johns after an illness ot several course will be built at once In vacant held Monday evening, January ,:
who reside nearby deny exception of the exhaust tunnel Miami Piggly WIggly opened weeks. Funeral services and lot on Plnellaa avenue opposite South Jacksonville! Plans proposed 13th, at 7:39: / p. m. Refreshment ., SvvLM t\\I
Any connection with the burning used In muffling the noise of the store at corner of Post and King burial were held at Santa Fe ceme- tourist recreation round for establishment of another will be nerved .by a committee fro ,

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nn.I\DFOnn COUNTY Tm.Ilt nnrn. FlT\nKR, FI.OnID.\ ARmAY JANUARY JO, JOJO
P.I\GE TWO .., _
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------- -- ---- - --- BAPTIST W M. S. republican orators told us that if
Morning worship, ser-
11 a m.
do his bidding; and by studyingthe
the The sacra- AI Smith was elected we would OPPORTUNITIESBY ?
Scriptures we can always havean mon by pastor.!
answer to bin propositions anda ment of the Lord's Supper will be The circles of the Baptist W. M. have a general panics in the coun-

defense to the temptations. But celebrated.: Reception of new S., will meet at follows: try; that' prices in Wall street:!
members and batplsm of Infants. No. One' at three o'clock at the would drop, that men would be out
we do not always have an answer '
nor defense to temptations. We 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.A homo of Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee, of employment, that the farmer OWNER
from leader would go broke and banks would
of men
have not studied the Book nor delegation young
Thy word is i lamp unto my eel ni a light unto my pith.-Pulm 119:105.: learned of Ood'a protection.We I the University Y. :M. C- A. at No. Two at three-thirty o'clockat fall. All of these things have Sarlflce sale: trade lease or exchange -
Gainesville will have charge of this the home of Mrs. O. J. Griffin happened, so I think AI Smith
told that "Our Lord was all
AH religious teaching, doctrine or are with Mrs. L. O. Powell, leader. must be president of the United or any part of wore( ,
of 14lIuJ j meeting.
Gold ? ,
I l tempted in all points as we are
r creed, if they are to have any claim 7:30 m. Evening worship. It No. Three at the home of Mrs. States." than 200 different properties In
the love, loyalty and devotion cf the people must be in harmony with yet, without sin. He knows how : p.
upon of the G. W. Alderman, leader. .
members
Is expected that I various
Into and crevice be conquered and localities
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit every fold temptations can Numbered
of the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46: ,"NEVER MAN he can show us the way." Y. M. C. A. team will speak' at this Lake Vorth Number of Improvements among them
SPAKE LIKE TillS MAN." service.: WHY UK THINKS ",\I," to municipal casino are the following:

FIRST CHRISTIAN!' CHUKOT Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- HMIT11: IS 1'KKHIOKXT! completed.
Where and by whom was the Jesus at the feast. I 45 separate 1st mortgages, averaging -
ning at 7:30.:
burled?-Answer Jesus led of the Thirty-five Florida cities let
body of Jesus "Then was up
27:67:60. into the wilderness to be Bible School and communion Dr. Garrett a returned missionary Washington, Jan. 1.-Senator building contracts amounting to about $3,000.00 each, secured -
read-Matt. : : spirit
J't>I& fasted days and o'clock. ladles of the Woman's Aullllary of a Senate debate of a'young man reports submitted to Florida
Ht"mUn/ that he first forty
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The of
John 14:27.: Jesus said: Peace nights and was then tempted.In Church services morning and Tuesday evening, January 14. I In Montana under examination for State Chamber of Commerce. appralsed'value of 'more l'

I leave with you, my peace I give Matt. 4:3-11 these tempta- evening of the Erst: Sunday In meeting will be held at the all manse.A ''citizenship: papers, who answered Jacksonville Neapolitan Spa- than three hundred thousand dol-
Invitation to
unto you: not us the world giveth, tions are set out. Please read each month, by the pastor, Bro. cordial our most of the questions correctelyuntil ghetti Tavern opens at 17 East Du lars-eacrlflce
II give I unto you. Let not your those verses, and you will see that Dlxon of Jacksonville. services 1 extended to all. the Judge asked, Who is the val street. price cash, one-

\ heart be troubled, neither let It the devil begins each of his propositions I 0 President of the United States?" Groveland Graphic becomes: third of face value or $1,000.00each

be afraid. with the word( "If" and REHBYTKKIAX Y. \,. J\. "AI Smith' was the prompt re- eight-page newspaper. all guaranteed and Insured

; John 16:33.:: These things 1 that Jesus begin each( answer ply."What' Fort Myers Fort Solarium
have spoken unto you, that In me with the words "It Is written." Services Sunday January 12, as There will be a business meeting makes you think :Mr. opens at Broadway and Canal titles. i
ye might have peace. In the world Satan always trys to make us follows: of the Y. W. A. at the church Fri- Smith is President?" streets. First Mortgage
ye shall have tribulation: but be doubt and forget God's commands: 10 a. m. Sunday school: J. M.\ day evening at 7 o'clock. All "Well." replied the applicant Ocala White way lights will of $200OOO.)1)secured ( (

\ of good cheer; I have overcome the and promises In order to make us Truby, supt. members urged to be present. "all I know about It is that the be installed around city park. by more than 600 acres
'j' world. .h _ ___ _. _h. _.__ __... ______._________. ___________ __ -- _________ __ of
timber land
mining ;
J4 5 Prayer: I will sing, yea I will properties,

q ,4 sing praises unto the Lord. ; '.Z......,..,fnwq.re.MM with appraised visible mineral !,
and timber of j
/, more than eighty

SUNDAY SCHOOL million dollars; also $600.000( ( i

Ff LESSON mill and plant In first class condition t
1 r I
.
i I Included, with more than thirty !
: FOIt JANUARY 12, 1IKJOr :
million
dollars of orders
, \j I on file ,
Subject: Baptism and Temptation \ from manufacturers worth billions -
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r of Jesus.
,' "This Is be- ; titles perfect. Discount
K. Golden Text: my 25 .al
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loved son, In whom I am well per cent or 5000000. price net

r.;: pleased. Matt 3:17.: cash,
Time of lesson, A. D. 27, when $150,000.00 complete details -

i' Jesus was 30 years old, the age r- flies and reports available. I
; :, at which priests assumed their du- / ,
tlee. Jesus was called a priest. In ', I. Public utilities; complete water,

. ,,' Psalm 110 verse 4, we have, power and light plants
and
I : "Thou art a priest forever after systems -

:,' ", : : f. the order of Melchlzedek.: Jesus , will accommodate about

r" was also called, Advocate, King, eight thousand users-original
," :Meditator, Prince: Redeemer, Savior. -
cost price about
eight
years ago

1,: John was "the connecting link more than $450.000.00; now
f. between the Old Testament, prophets -
clear, good
titles
want
borrow
'and the Christian apostles.
-
1 He was also the herald of the com $100,000.00 will pay 8 per tent

: ing of Christ, the Savior and Ret + 1 and bonus of
$25,000.00
,deemer. Isaiah 40:3: called John, .. or will
t .''"The voice of him that crleth inv sacrifice for cash, or consider trade
the wlldermneas. Prepare ye the
CIitwroht rilllIlt@ulIceS as whole clear
1 way of the Lord"Jesue 11II

lived at Nazareth, but Timber and Mineral lands, 15-
whatever things are said of his
; 000 acres very desirably
located
9 early life must be conclusions
Jj drawn from the laws, customs and now clear all encumbrances, good
nature of the location and the people -
title, trade for large improved
where he lived The Old Testament -
and probably Home books --- THE GRiT Tr properties assume some encum-

1 y J.'of i rules, traditions and Interpretations 31-aiices or If clear would pay some ,

; : were his text hook cash difference. '
"Jesus was not city bred. lie '
.
i I spoke of the fields and the open I ,1I Proven oil: properties in three
,
heavens. Trees, lilies, grant; different states and fields clear,

i t' wheat, tares seed, sheep, birds t : E will lease or trade production all

% dogs, foxes, hills, mountains, plowIng A! aJI ki around them.
fd ; building, sowing, reaping, I )
*
i gathering Into barns these 32 improved farms and ranches
,were the things that filled Jesus' l
located in as many states, most of

;ip 15.every-day When John life. the Ilnptlxt; was a ,i i' 1M CHEVROLET IIIBTOffi.Y them clear of encumbrances will ,

't little more than thirty years old I: lease or trade any or all of them J.

he began preaching saying "lie- t:' for large Improved income properties
J'pent ye: for th& kingdom of heave I .
paying cash differenced. .
;en l Is at hand." And he mine to I Today, Chevrolet presents the improvements which contributeto gauge; heavier and stronger rear
:teh Jordan river whcro he Irr Grove properties: Several hun
tized.i I Greatest Chevrolet in Chevrolet comfort, performance, endur- axle; new Fisher; non-glare wind dred acres of high-class well locat-

|i The printed part of mfr: l4 l--! i History-a smoother, faster, ance and safety! shield ; larger tires- ed and cared for citrus groves,
|?i begins, "Then cometh Jetn, fror-
|:Galilee to Jordan unto Ja !:,,i I i better Six-with beautiful new An improved six-cylinder valve- ..:....these are typical) of the many numbered among which are some
(' I bodies ... of the "
baptized of him. by Fisher. most famous grove prop-
improvements which make this
A K "Rut John forbad him, saying in-head motor, with its capacity erties In the United States. Sell

,I, 1 have need to be baptized of thee l Basically, it is the same sturdy, increased to 50 horsepower; four cnr the Greatest:: Chevrolet in lease or trade all, or any part of
and comest thou to me? and Jesus
: substantial Six which Chevrolet History. them.
{, 'answering said unto him. Suffer It won such Delco-Lovejoy hydraulic shock

A s& .'ito| be so now: for thus Is becometh tremendous popularity In 1929. absorbers fully-enclosed In- But '
'1 ; most impressive: of all-this I Tropical Island, near Bahama f
f
us to fulfill all righteousness.
".;' I?',:,' Then he suffered him." I But it is a greater car in every ternal-expanding weatherproofbrakes smoother, faster, better Six has Group, Just off mainland! of Cuba

\\f( ", What effect had John's baptUm- i! way-for there are scores of vital ; a new dash gasolineThe been made available entire Island or key containingmore -
I | Luke 3:3: says of John,-"lie came v than 80,000 acres, together

/;. | into all the country about Jordan, .. with approximately two hundred(
,t ?t',preaching the baptism of repel -
million feet merchantable timber
,i!. ance: for the remission of sins," I '

+if', ', .rand Mark 1:4, "John did baptize ,-much mahogany. Ideal sports-
'in'the' wilderness! and preach the at extremely low prices ,I man's paradise or Monte Carlo

remission; club site, sacrifice for cash or will

; trade. Guaranteed tltlei.
)a John himself said, "I Indeed have I

baptized you with water; but he 2,000,000 acres oil and timber

"shall baptize" you with the Holy During 1929, more than a million three hundred thousand let is sharing these savings! with ti.. public. No"written de- lands( perfect title, located lower
Ghost In Acts 10:1-6 Johh'sbaptism
Is discussed "Paul persons bought six-cylinder: Chevrolets. This enormous vol- scription can do justice to the extra value and quality provided California! old Mexico, all one

came to Ephesus: and finding certain _umehas made possible many sa vlnCs In theChevrolet factoriesand in this new car. Visit your Chevrolet dealer-see this car- body, trade, all or any part 1

i disciples: lie said unto them, In keeping with its long-established policy, Chevro ride In It-and judge for 'ourself its sensational value. Aviation: Something sensationaland
i Have ye received, the Holy Ghost
\since: ye believed? And they said unusually attractive from Investment -

unto him, We have not BO much standpoint. Promises tobe
'

,(' as heard whether there be any Roadster ________________ __ $495 The $565The > one of Florida's largest indus-
__
Coupe
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j'i'' ,{\ Holy Ghost, and he said unto --------------- _____ tries. About ready to be announced. -
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what then were ye baptized? And
:they unto John's baptism Then We have the inside information -

y ;/said Paul, John verily baptized The Sport Roadster, ____________________, $525 Sport Coupe ---------___J__________, $$625 and cdmplete details. Looks
with baptism of repentnre. Buying better than good to. us. ,:
they should believe on

""k { Christ Jesus. When they heard The Phaeton --_________________________ $495 The Club Sedan ___ ; $625 More than 200 other, smaller
__
___
r ;thl they were baptized in name --------- -____ properties. No trade too small or

., the Lord Jesus." too large for. us to consider and

Jot While John's baptism was "for The Coach ____ __________ $565 The Sedan = $675 match with our own properties.
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}, remission ot sins, Jesus had ----------------__ _____. ____
details application, and inspection -
upon
+ no Bins to be remitted. Some of
'
'r the books say, "His baptism was All by appointment, of all or
prices f. o. b. factory, Flint, Michigan
:. 'for two principal: purposes: 1: to any part of our properties. They
sanction John's ministry * :2 I: to
'fulfill, all righteousness." will stand and we Invite inspec-

,.; "And Jesus when he was bap- I lon. They are worthy of your serious -

\' 1 tlsed went up straightway out of consideration.
-..; .the water: and, lo, the heavens Torode
,, were opened unto him, and he saw Ritch Chevrolet We most always have several

.the Spirit of God descending like Company 'high-class late model used cars on

: :'a dove, and lighting upon him; hand as well as nice diamondsand
l' ;And lo a voice: from heaven sayIng ,
r other Jewelry, that we tradeIn.
} this is my beloved Son. In
p ,,whom I am well pleased." Rare opportunities and real

It is thought that this Is the largatna.
1 first time Jesus fully understood Starke FloridaA
,his relation to God and the mission FLORIDA SURETY CO.

', he was to fulfill In the plan Florida's oldest and strongest
t of salvation. The voice from beav-
t, en was heard on two other occasions i :"Home State" surety organisation.

lit* \ at the transfiguration and SIX IN THEPRICB' Suite, 1001-5 Harvey Building.
when the Greeks inquired for r RANGE OF THEFOUR: Phone (759. West Palm Beach.

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FRIDAY JANUARY: JO. 1030 BRADFORD( COUNTY TT LICGRAPIi. 8TARKK, FLORIDA PAGE TDR1tTCrti :
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of the Improvements found la the of the fender skirt, against which open The roadster Is finished inl I I been used to advantage In the last west. 1tWf!

1930 car. All the resources of the the hood bears. Staunton blue Duco black mould election. !i11},

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs General Motors Research Laboratories The Instrument panel design and InKs and Tusk Ivory striping! ,, I In the good old days whisker
arrangement Hi la Is entirelynew. Now that another New Year approaches drinkers used to Wckle their
year .
with Tusk
and the Chevrolet experi- Wheels are black Ivory ...
mental laboratory were placed nt The Instruments are all Htrlplngs, also. we suppose that Hell throats with "Three Feathers", "r.
the disposal t of the Chevrolet I engilleeriag mounted on a single carrier I In tho coach the left front neat will again be paved with good Avery Powell In Times-Union. Or ,
staff In this work. (plate which Is assembled from the N hinged only at the floor Tho resolutions. And if It In to be so take n little Green River withouta 1
I r LIVE STATE NEWS Working with Chevrolet's chief rear. Thin permits. the removal of l hit) k and sent being In fixed rela- paved It is our hope that good, headache for the tired feeling
engineer were General Motors Individual Instruments for service tion. The right; front seat la of honest contractors from Florida and on waking in tho morning pick ,
engineers and Proving Ground engineers Spark and throttle controls as the folding type, hinge'l at both will do the paving under the supvrvlMlon Four Roses before breakfast. But i
with 18 Chevrolet engineers well as choke are located on the floor and\ back Appearance of the of the state road department now If you take a drink It is an '
assisting their chief In supervising instrument panel, which la Indirectly body has been Improved by a new with u newspaper, man in awful Sln-thetlc. 11." {,,
BY OUR EXCHANGES
TOLD
the development and re lighted contour of the window reveals.I r charge. We editors may have to 1 ,

<...,...-.I rr.,.....-.I.,-.-...w. flnement of. the Improved six cylinder The sport roadster and sport The body is finished In Classic walk it. In our golden slippers. ''''e wonder what Bob Holly Is .t,1I i
motor found In "the greatest coupe are equipped\ with wire blue Duco with ivory strlplngs; and scone time. going; / to do to those editors I who .1Lt1 g
Fort Myers Miss Arrle Chevrolet." wheels. Both have rumble seats, wheels to match. The Interior of ( nso his "Just In Passing" as U.O

Lee, 20-year-old school The result, of the efforts tit this that In the sport roadster being of the body lit finished with a high I A Florida' sheriff will appoint Btralght editorial matter without I.:" ; j i
talent is smoother flush type. Spare wheel and car members of crime commluHlon credit?-- Tallahassee, State News. !
wouldn't take a dare, and, engineering a grade velour of harmonizing ('01. fifty n 'If
nursing quieter, more powerful motor. The rier are mounted on the back. The or. Tho coupe follows the same to keep down crlmo. Not a Not a thing\, Fred. Not a thing.
result she Is now a
new engine, fully enclosed, with a sport roadster la finished in smart design; as to window reveals while bud Idea. It the sheriffs could appoint We have already told them they ,
en arm and fractured leg. A high compression non-detonating[ black Duco with Ayres gray 1 the body is finished In Scarabs every man and, woman In can use It any way they please.
l bar of a picnic party dared !head, develops 60 horsepower. moulding. Body striping and green )loco with Arizona gray the county on the commission Spread It ou their bread or use It
climb] a tree. She did it, and The brake horsepower has been wire wheels are Shalimar orange, mouldings; and Tuck ivory strip there would be no one left to commit for mustard. Tho only restriction
of the limbs broke, causing increased over the entire speed whllo the seats lire gray with IIIKS. Wheels. aro finished: to match any Crimea and t the entire la that they do not use U In place .4L73
fall to the ground. range. At 1000 revolutions per plain back and tufted Bent cush with the velour trim of a hnrmonlzliiK community could bo engaged; In of the mall order catalogues; with less/ :, .
minute 24.5 horsepower Is de- Inn( Top material Is brown and color.\ the pleasant pastime, of taking all due respect to Chic Sales. '. L/l ."'" '
Palm Reach Two men veloped and the maximum of 50 white whipcord on the Inside nnd The 1I'l1lln stands out ns a do each other's finger( prints. .---- __ IUS lS.n "t',

to be wanted for robbery at a horsepower la attained at 2,600 Bray teal on the outside.( The lux<*'model with ctirome-pliittMl An air meet, which Is expected ...n '1i"+4
ber 'of east coat cities revolutions per minute.This Increase back curtain l la sepnrnbla t to permit -I cowl lights and attractive chroina-\! Now It seems that there will bear to write history In Central Florida _. '..41.. ..
rested here today after they In power insures a marked better ventilation. The sport ,,: plated cowl mouldings., Tho body has been an investigation of has been tentatively set' for 1.41. \
fallen asleep In an Improvement In acceleration and coupo' Is finished In Stanford'',''IL'l flnlBhed In HoiHevnrd maroon the Investigators of the Med-fly In January 20( In Orlando by rhol joint II"u.n"aR, 'i
parked on Ocean boulevard. hill climbing ability. At normal \lirown with Beaver brown roof with black moulding, ; rant quarter Tampa and perhaps In other coun aviation committee of the Orlando -_ '.f1 .-, '*
' found what appeared to be i driving speed the new engine develops and roar quarter Mouldings are and wheels. Strlpng! on both 1It'1I..hllt )Florida growers; wont Junior Chamber of Commerce and
the rear of the automobile I many times the power required of Beaver brown while the body) body and 1 wheel Is", of Aurora red( In. not so many Investigations but the l Exrhnngo: club, which are .1O.n ':..
., rested them. to drive the car. Specifically Htrlplng and wire wheels are Shul- while the trim is In harmonizing tho r'Khl' to ship fruit to all parts sponsoring the t derby. The program ;;. .
the rear axle has been redesigned Imnr orange. Tho interior Is trimmed color of .11 high grade mohair. of tint United States, get the fruit will start Sunday, January qr
St. Petersburg Mrs. while the differential unit( has in a beautifully harmonizing off the trees early In the season' 1.S, with Ilia arrival of n fleet of .. .
Tludgeii klnsed her husabnd been strengthened and Its oiling mohair. JTST IX I'ASSINCJ and there will he no chance fur 1 ships innklng a. state-wide aerial.!> 1'! .. t'r
bye for a brief shopping tour ; : system redesigned to Insure long; The club sedan Is finished In the fly to live. Another thing/ in I tour following the Miami I air "
and when she returned she' : life and quiet operation. Llama gray horn with black\ rent (Illy K. .1. Holly.) our fount Is tho present cold npell meet Jan 13-15 which It Is predicted -
Uudgen. 44., on the kitchen Smoother operation of the en- QUArter. Mouldings\ ; arc black Now that Virginia; O'llanlou of that would mean death to the 1\11'11'1 will l ho the largest and ,%' "
a bullet In his chest. The !Kine' [ and longer life are assured with Eos red Htrlplng.; Wheels nre N..w York City lias Again Bcttlod fly In any country In tho world moat elaborate event of its kind .. III." .
said It was suicide, and a through the UHO of light! weight Llama gray striped with Kos red the question of Santa Claus the ever held, In the South.
Hudgen left for his family pistons. Steel-bucked crankshaft The mohair harmonizes with the t'ownpapors. '' can 1llthe article A celebrated scientist In a recent -+-,-, __ I.U. '
cated that he took his life in [ bearingn have been adopted because general ensemble. back In the moth balls and save It ail(Irons on t tho orlnln-of man O.! C. Commander general manager ._ IT.Jt 'ti
of despondency. they are more durable. In the phaeton and rondster the' for next season. tutus that (there Is no monkey ; of t the Florida Citrus Ex 8.JJl

The oil pump has been Increased seats have been lowered an Inch kiiKlncHH In It. He believes In the change.) In to represent tho citrus __ hAf .... ,
Perry-The New Year In capacity and Iml'roved'in enl and a half and In the phaeton the Very few deaths from alcoholism evolution of man but t that man Industry of the entire United M:':
prosperty to Perry and ciency, while the carburetor has rear seat has. heen tilted Sent were reported for the ChrlHt- never same from open. Now that Slates at u co-operative marketing -- 1..1 }7f0.1i' t '
county, if the Increased been Improved In respect to both and back coal lOlls have been made mils liollilay throughout the country. thin question\ has been nettled we conference Washington on ''
of one of this section's ; its accelerating pump and jet size. deeper, giving greater riding (com Thin. menus (hat either tho hope that the Irish cult iigaln take January 11 t, rolled by the Federal . .34j' ,,1,
dustries can be taken as a The ac'eleratlnIHlmll/ bas heen fort. Trim material 1 of the I phaeton liquor f U better or that loss of It I their places In politics and 1 run for Farm Don rd!.. Nenrly all of the ,: "
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ion. The sawmill of the Increased In length; and reducedIn Is gray while the scat cushions la being; used or the price Is beyond (OIllce If they choose without being other twenty-one men Invited also I A';' .

Scanlon corporation is ) I diameter. This Inprovemenlalso are tufted with plain seat the reach of many. i nrtooned. are otlU-ern of growers' selling organizations i'I>'
hours a day. The night t helps the acceleration per backs. Top material Is brown und ( six representing; apples I Mt I',0\ JII
lI.n
turning out an average of formance by Increasing the duration white whipcord on the Inside and 11l1l1lnl.'l'Is' Is getting better In With nothing on their minds hut nine deccldiioun fruits other a,4;
feet of lumber and the of the spray. gray teal on the outside It Is finished Florida. A Scotch lady recently! bolt und hot much of that Homo than apples, four potatoes, two + f
the day employes runs to 1 The same sturdy 48 pound in Saxon gray Duco with telephoned her parentaln ScotlandIn members of rongresH may take up canneries and one general; fruit Lair ,.I\-j\
feet dally. crankshaft which proved so satisfactory Bloss ale green moulding and Tal- C'hrlHtnms greetings and paid( Muscle Simula again; reports say.Tbls growing .
during 1929 hall been retained .iim brown striping. The wheels $102 for the privilege. Where white elephant, a heritage of .---- II 11.I6 a"R .f:t
Jacksonville A special In the new car and a further are Saxon gray with Hlosa Vale else. In the 1 universe would,t anyone( the World War should t bo sold' to To help I tourists I xe cur e automo- ... .
eral court of tlrfee judges contribution to smoother engine green stripe In the roadster gray of Scotch parentage use this much the highest bidder The Idea of b'les llcenso plates while winter M(Y. ."
upheld the constitutionality operation, Improved distribution Spanish material grain with plain money for a telephone message making cheap nitrates at the plant Ing In Florida, affidavits have I -n.M., '
state milk and cream: act of and Increased economy has back and tufted cushion Is used has been exploded The Idea of been inn do up In forma by the local !.

and denied an been made by the new intake and tor upholstery while the top ma- In his ClirlsUmas erecting: : Clov. making alone electricity by water auto tog agency; at Tampa The . 1/A{ ;N ':
junction to B. A. Noble Ha exhaust manifolds of the heated T terial Is brown and white whipcord/ Carlton said, 1 "Let i>(>rsonil: paaHions la not all that the loud speakers tourist. may sign one of these and ,n'oi'c;,1' "
vllle, Ga. Noble, a d design. on the inside with gray teal on, the be forgotten, bitter prejudices In congress would have the dear present It In lieu of u tax receipt iii> ;;:/''
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tacked the constitutionality The air cleaner has been Im- outside. The back curtain In eparublo be cast aside, partisan Jealousies people believe as oleum plants are provided ho has paid his personal '.. I4.tr1, ".tI',
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law on several grounds, proved by reversing the position to permit better vellUlal 1011.1 do discarded." A uplfiiilldsentiment better In many Instances. Witness taxes In his county and lit not employed t" i'

the measure was of the Intake slots' and providing I Muttons hi the top hold tho curtain and 1 one tliut could( linve I Iho present pllttht of the north, In Florida ........ .. saes .. ,Jt'
against dairy product -, __ II.Ur\
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for less restricted flow of air.
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other states and that It With the Intake slots located at a v
structions to the greater distance from the exhaust 1 6./t'
and sale of dairy products of manifold, the air entering; the = :
states In Florida. carburetor is much cooler and a .
greater amount of air can be handled > '. l/.i4
l'erry-V. I... Turlington in the same space' because of .s .L/: ': I
has been arraigned in Ult.
Its greater density. These com j < \ I.RI
with the death of a negro ; bined refinements result In better SIt .... 'r ."',',1 1 I 14.M
body was found floating In engine performance by InsurIng .-'""\ C! "
nal near here. ; delivery of clean, '('001 air of 1 ,.w.- .I r //.1111
charged with driving an the carburetor In larger quanti . .,': ,- {; Ii' I ... t.ix11s/
bile recklessly. Evidence on ,

ho was arrested "wan horse:0. ties.The clutch on the new car has ', 1l,,... /; .J./ .: '

by a witness who Bald he saw been Improved by the adoption of 1 y ?/< r t tJ 1.{

lington with a negro on his an Integral disc, made in one pieceof fY ? : ,:. tf J r
near the scene where the I' high; carbon steel This will 4l ll.6t
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found on December 19. The give the 1930 cars.smoother( and 'I r
of the negro, II. Hlley, easier clutch action, with quieter : \ 1" i
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a Perry sawmill. was operation and longer service. i \
on the following day, minus Hauler; riding and greater quietness j ;4
believed to have in .' lid
been are accomplished through a . .
black's possession on the new type of self-adjusting spring! a.

fore shackle In which bushings in the .l i .111 "
spring eyes and brackets are eliminated /..
St. Petersburg Jean thus doing away with wear \ grab
20 year old holder of three ; Hardened and ground tubular t
en's records for parachute pins, with tapered ends; are pressed ten
-high altitude, low altitude into the springs and brackets Now Shell 14.11,,
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Jhe number of jumps from while oil forced Into them forms a comes 11.Qt.':.
wing of a plane-Is in her large reservoir, making frequent ,
here today recovering lubrication unnecessary 3U
sprained wrist, sprained Another Improvement bringing; ._ t W
a bruised hip as the result about easier riding, Is found In ,..- 1 >"
one-foot fall from the bottom the Delco-Lovejoy hydraulic shock
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of a theatre entrance. Miss l absorbers in the form of a rigid
an recently returned here link rod instead of a strap con- Starke ; .. .14111 30.11
anti where she had her latest necting the operating arras with _ 17.O''
row escape as her parachute the chassis and Insuring positive:

In'the tail of the plane.. She transmissions of all rebound movements y ?,,o'as ..'...
a miraculous landing wlthher, / / . .IM.II

achute In tatters, and escaped A new type) of gasoline gauge of -I" 10.11. .
only minor bruiseeTallahaaeee unusual accuracy Is found on the Through crowded city streets andover Shell products are backed by all the

new Chevrolet. A -- E. G. the tank insures correct reading
>> t vast resources of the great Shell groupof IS.T4
Peimaeola\ locomotive .
of this gauge regardless of tile position .
and r -
enviable for better producing, refining distributing"companies.
day assumed the office of ( of the car. an reputation motor ?__ .12
You can the out. . *La: *.
shell fish commissioner, Tho position) of the- steering car performance prove -
ing T, R. Hodges. Governor \ wheel In relation to the seat has . standing merit of those products for '- .....
ton announced the been changed, making the driver's Now, the same products which yourself in 50 miles of driving Will you u., < .c

Mr. Strickland. The position much more comfortable. have/gained such widespread success try them-for better car perfotmancelST'OP.1T' -! :tU I
was certified to the The horn button In the center of elsewhere are here to. give you a new :
THE SIGN OP THE SHELL
state, and bond tor the new the wheel has been made more accessible conception of gasoline and motor .-..".:.1x11Rs1.
missioner was filed with It and easier to operate byIncreasing oil quality .. There's a Shell ytllow and rttt service "

chango took place while the height of the crown station near you; marked by the ,__ ,:
Hodges'' was off St. Marks and Improving the design of the There is no chance or accident about striking' Shell sign. A trained, courteous .
)ing some of the properties rubber bellows. : '. that quality It is the result of complete representative will supply your ..._ 4t-U_ ,
department. Efforts were Appearance and riding qualities control of in th
every step e manufacturing motor needs with exact understanding ... ..4bs
reach htm, but did not learn of the car have been Improved '.
from of what Shell -
displacement .until late this through a change In the tire size process gasol ....,:,1'1.1'
crude line and oil
from 6.50-20 to 1.7b 19. petroleum to your
noon. a The ,,""'rt
rim diameter has been reducedone refined product. Y / V engine requires. .
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Fort Myers- Matt Inch. '"
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66 year old veteran of the t Disc wheels are provided as Shtll 400 "Extra Dry" Gaulint .. '\ 1 .#; "; '--- N
;' Myers police'department, was standard equipment on all models The quick-surting, power + '," -- . .. f XJl'I.+ I sa,1/" /
critical condition at a hospital except the sport roadster and necked modern motor fuel. ..t / . .'''t
tonight; from gunshot wounds sport coupe. The wire wheels on Prciyidei uniformly fine per- '* :" '. ,L'. I'.,. r
" ,p. ,
Ward Carter, a grove worker these models are equipped with formance everywhere. . 7 ,
being sought by an armed drop center rims and are demount SlI no-Sh,11 Gai./li**-llttu Is "' 't'_ +. f'ff.V. .; ,, R Ri
with orders frutn Chief W. able at the hub. The large wire na.urahndknockperormance 'r
for: the htgh-comprereion .W!
derson to return him" wheel hubcaps are chromium plated motor. Con a few cent more ggtstv
alive." Hlsler was shot In and of beautiful and distinctive .. dad worth it.SbtU .

tonight when be went to the design. The neat Chevrolet Motor Oif-}Ia1 all four: }.' ,6c .
ter residence to apprehend bmblem at the center with raised exentials of complete and r .. i
man for abusing a women polished border and black center proper /lubrication: (I) Low \I GASOLINE .:' j'; ,
.there tonight. As the Is surrounded by a hammered Carbon (2) Non-Paulia Car \ j w J.

proached the house, Carter background. 'Thin Is surrounded Low hon Pour(3) Ideal Point.Body, sad ((4) Ought to COol t morebutttdoftn'tt + 1 ;
into the yard with a shotgun -, by a polished ring within a black _A
Aced/ at him then disappeared ring. ,:f Os.'.C.IIn' . _j ;. aNt
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.a citrus grove. Any possibility of the hood ... r :'i ,t. b., :
rattling has been eliminated thru ;

Fort Lauderdale--The I the addition of a rubber bumper I S.A ELL PET R 0 LEU M 1rCOR P 0 RAT I 0 N i; t "Li tt
the announced opening of a mounted on Jhe upturned, flange

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKE. FLORIDA ]
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-- = -- -- ------- - --- --- In Starke : Oh Lord, fast falls the out the eradication
-- S. McMillan\ Asa Hunter Mrs Der- Dewey were shopping prayer carry cam.
I Bill Provides Thursday. evening tide; I am dying. Dear palgn. The Investigation is being;
tie Terrell, !Mrs. Q. A. Dubrey D.
Mr. Jake Roberts of Jacksonville Lord< please stand thou close by conducted at the request of Chair

.I" Improved WaterCourses K. WainwrIght, L. R. Gainey Lucille was visiting; here last week. my side, through these deepening man Wood( of the house appropriations r

t WhItty, W. T. Weeks, E. K. Mrs. Isola Shuler of Raiford shadows. Misty gloom point me, committee who Is opposing

I :1f''OCIC )fjt In State Norman Mrs N. D. Hull Leslie wan visiting here Wednesday.Mr while mine eyes are closing to thy the request for additional $15- ,t(,

i I Snunders, V. L. Harper A. P. Hoffman and !Mrs Rufus Jones returned eternal home. Farewell to you all, 000,000 to continue the eradication C
I to Tampa Tuesday after till we shall meet again.A fight.
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Julia S. Kimball A. A. -
Introduced Into the lower.
A bill spending two weeks here with Mrs.D. neighbor.
house of congress at the present wards It. S. Humphrey, Gussle Fort Myers
n t rmrix: 27M J. Byrd.MI' $100,000 Government [,
MISS U.I:04TOlpISliS: : of the !Mrs. B. S. Johns T.
H. J. Drano Mae Bennett,
session by Hep.
$ IMHTY and, Mrs. Willie Price returned TRAIN ,KCIIKDULK: building will be constructed C
t HONORii: WITH Starko Orove Woodmen Circle first Florida district' opens the A. Andrews Junius M. Smith, Mrs. to Daytona Monday here. [,

<'> --- -- will hold Its regular meeting way for the central and southern John Hallett. C. It. Gill L. O. Ha- Mi1. C. II. Roberts and Mrs Plant City Construction
278 C
No.
Cockerel under -
', Mr and! Mr, J. P. It. Our new schedule goes Into ef-
of the state to obtain a zen L. E. Jordan A. II. Crosby,
All portions
13th. united in
night, Jan. Jones marriage on new platform
Tuesday Equllla( werg way extension t
entertained with a delightful nt'wyear' / and H. M. fect 12:01: a. m Sunday Dec. 15th
fair deal In relation to interior I \V. Howell F. M. Garrett,
t Wednesday evening at members are requested to be present Friday night Jan. 3, 1930. of Seaboard Freight depot. Ii
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party coastwise water course Improve Johnson! Amos Williams, Jacob and trains will run aa follows.No.
always welcome.p'l We wish them most successful
visitors a
their home on Riverside avenue, are ments contemplated by the national nuudel.( H. L. Richard, John C. 1, southbound local, due

In honor of the latter's Miss government. It was stated here Ward, Sterl Courtney, E. B. Billing marriage.Mr. : Starke, 10:14 p. m. Bladder ?
and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and Irregular
Daisy TompkIns of Starke. )Mi\: OF THK: WOULD today by A. F. Knotts, of Yan- Nettle Hoberson, W. Lee No. 11, southbound local, due

r The holiday colors red and AM UOODMKN: WIU't.K: keetown, president of the Florida Thomas, U. U. Thede, A. IT. Johns, children Fred and Madge, were Starke, 11:13 a. m. -
visiting at Lawtey Sunday.
green and many electric lights INSTALL OI-'I-ICKHS: Inland and Coautal Waterways as- C. M. Phillips Geo. C. White H. No.3, southbound limited, Miami If functional Bladder Irritation J

decorated the large rooms opening sociation, which will shortly holda A. Newsom, Edward Burns, De- due Starke, 9:39: a. m. disturbs your sleep, or causes J

,,1 en suite, where dancing was enjoyed Last Friday night the Woman's meeting In Tampa to promotethe Witt C. Jones, Mrs. Pearl Snyder, 1101.11)HtJoTISClS) : ; nvWIKK No. 107, southbound limited, Burning or Itching Sensation ;J

t throughout the evening.A Club was beautifully decoratedwith measure. Corn S. Norcross, M. F. Wiggins, : ON IXritKAHK: : Tampa and, St. Petersburg: due Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular

.!j buffet supper was served< at flowers for an evening longto Technically' the Drane 'bill provides C. Sullivan, W. B. Alexander, A. Starke 1:09: p. m. aches, making you feel tired, de- r

''il midnight, two tempting courts be remembered as a gala event according to Mr. Knotts, for F. Phillips, C. F. Pace, Lorenzo treat 1 WeMrii* Union Office IU No. 2, northbound local due pressed, and discouraged, why not

being enjoyed by about fifty when the officers of the W. O. W. "an examination and survey for an Green, Mrs\ S. F. HamrIck, Mrs. |H>HN Volume HI'I"Lkll11 Starke, 4:60: a. m. try the Cystex 48 Hour Test? Don't

'rl; friends of the honoree. of All Friends Camp, No. 138 and IntracoiiHtal canal or waterway W. F. Swinyer, O. A. Anderson, Previous UN'ortls.St No. 12, northbound, local due give up. Get Cystex today. Put

r v Among those invited were members tha officers of Starke Grove Circle\ : from Pensacola bay, Florida, F. O. Peterson, O. L. Beasley H. Starke, 3:55 p. m. it to the test See for yourself

of the Dlshman Studio and No. 278 were Installed and clothed \ to the CalooBtthatchee river Florida II. Jones. arko shattered all previous No. 4, northbound limited, due how quickly It works and whatit

J n f.1 high school aet.-Tlmt'R-Unlon. with their badges; of authority , and the examination, location, records In volume of merry Christmas Starke 7:12: p. m. does. Money back if it doesn'tbring ,

for the year of 1930. and detailed engineering survey and happy New Year tele- No. 108, northbound limited, quick Improvement, and sat
f t. Winners" degree teamof ........................ grams, Indicating that the city en- '
? '.h I URllHm PAIITVBaskets "Starke for a canal or waterway across due Starke 6:45 p. m. isfy you completely. Try Cystex
the Woodmen Circle escorted Florida from the Atlantic oceanto : GRAHAM : joyed the greatest. celebration in No. 192, northbound limited, today. Only 60c. Corpening's

4 t f' and vases filled with the officers to their seats in a very I the Gulf of Mexico, to connectthe Its history and that a state of local Washington and Beyond ,6: 14 a, Drug Store. J

tastefully Impressive manner, after which i N ...... prosperity exists which tends to
a c narcissi and fern were Atlantic Intrucoaslal waterway ..NN.1NNNNMrs m.
.1;.: arranged In the home of Judge/ and the guardian of the Starke Grove with the proposed canal or water- her bells rumors of restricted spend- Ktitrke! &: AVunnee
D. J. Kelly returned to
r I; Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns, Saturday evening turned over the gavel to the counsel way from Pensacola buy to the Ca- after ing.Not( No. 101, leaves Starke 7:00: a.
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home In Tuesday
when they entertained at I commander, who proceededwith loosahatchee river." Tampa only were previous recordsequalled m., No. 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. GAIETY
the Installation of the Woodof spending two weeks here with but citizens of Starke and
Referred to the rivers and harbore -
bridge. m. dally except Sundays.T. .
.. friends and relatives. .
n At the close of a pleasant evening the World officers Mr. W. H. I committee of the house of their friends piled up an Impressive J. GrIffin, Agent. ,
and Mrs. Em-
Mrs. Bill Brooks
scores were totaled and prizes Bennett past counsel commander representatives, the Drane bill is total in addition. This total THEATRESTARKE .J

(; }, I awarded Mr. O. I L. Beaaley and was Installing officers and Mr. Jer- 'likely to receive a favorable report ma Beguman of Tampa were visiting shows an increase of two hundredper

Mrs E. M. Johns, holders of high ry Moore Installing escort. Mr. Knott says, if the peopleof here Tuesday and were accompanied cent over the record established Blue Bus Lines

1 f' Dcores. Mrs. J. M. Klncaid received Music for this attractive ceremony the territory affected by it Bhow back home Wednesdayby by the Christmas and holiday Northbound-8:59: a. m., 1:58 FLA

y' a dainty piece of lingerie as was furnished by Miss Gus- enough interest.! Members of the Mrs. H. K. Roberts and little season of 1928, It was revealed p. m., 4:30: p. m., 8:28: p. m., 5:10a.

- 1 guest prize. sle Mae Bennett, violin, and Miss committee possessing much Influ- daughter. She will make that her today by Mrs Edythe Montgomery m.

The hostess assisted by Miss Inez Abernathy at the piano. ence are known to be friendly to future home for a while. manager of the local Western Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11:37a. Saturday Jan 11

h i Lois Adkins served the following The team intered with the W. the passage of the measure/ Mrs. Gladys Wasdln returned to Union office. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11:50 ,

guests with a salad course: Mr. O. W. officers and formed! an arch Tallahassee Sunday where she Is The holidays witnessed the p. m. Ken MaynardIn
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and Mrs C. A. Knight, Mr. and for them to pass under, and a cIr- attending school. greatest pouring forth of the spirit --

Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs cle around the stump where they I'UOGKAM Mr. and Mrs. Royce Galney pass of Christmas, as evidenced by Operatives of the United States

r ,. 13., M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. solemnly took their obligation. After ed through here Saturday.Mr. greetings! to friends and loved treasury have begun an investigation "Lawless Legion"Also

Wall, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beusley, this they were escorted each tobin Program of the New River As- and Mrs. C. B. Brown and ones, In the history of the nation. at Tampa of the fruit fly
respective station. soclatlonal B. Y. P. U. meeting sons Odlse and Junior were vis- More than
and Mrs. Jim 2,000,000
f Mrs. Clarence Hoppe telegramsand quarantine and eradication cam- I
with the Pine Grove B. Y. 1'. U. iting Mr. and Mrs A. G. Brown Comedy, "SKATING 1I0)l}; ,
t After the Installation ceremony cablegrams of this
I ,_ KIncaId of Catlesburg, Ky. : nature paign with the taking of depositions -
-+ !Mr. Bennett called for speeches January 12, 1930. Saturday night./ were handled over the great net- from about sixty citrus and Paramount News

O. K.: 1-1. HTAILATIO\ from the new officers. He then 2:30: p. m. Devotional by Le- Mr. Chesley Fogg and Ellce work of the Western Union. ers on their views on quarantinerules grow- -==

turned over tho gavel to his successor. roy Tenly. Starling made a business trip to .- and the need for funds to Thurs.-Fri. Dec. 16-17 i.
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4 .I The Instalaltlon of officers In the !Mr. A. J. Grlffls, who took 2:50: p. m. Business Jacksonville Thursday.Miss I.. W. WILKIXSO.V
Order of the Eastern Star for charge and Introduced the State 3:10: p. m. Song-Brooker. Pauline MUlu: and Delmar I Emit innings
,
a 1930, took place at the Woman's Auditor Mr. G. M. Inman, who 3:15: p. m. Welcome address Surrency spent the week-end with Friend" and relatives of Mr. L. In

( : Club, Monday night. Miss Verna gave a very Interesting talk on Rev W. W. Harvey. Irene and Thelma Cain of Louise. W. Wilkinson Clay Hill, Clay Rent Cheap "Sins of .

'ld f Dullard of Gainesville, Jr. P. O. M. Woodcraft and what the world 3:25: p. m. Song, Leave It Mrs. A. G. Brown and daughter saddened
comity were deeply Keep the land improved
.i a of the grand chapter of Florida, will be fifty years hence. Several There-Congregation./ Thelma, were shopping In Starke early Friday, January 3, to learnof Fathers"'i''i'

f ..'', acted us Installing nicer\ at the visiting", / Woodmen were called on 3:30: p. m. Intermediates Saturday afternoon. I Ills death. He was a long/ 8ufI 1th Episode "

J: impressive ceremony Mrs. Susie who responded with Interestingtalks. :3:55 J : p. m. Song, Will There Quite a large crowd of young I|I ferer from tuberculosis. He leaves When' demand comes, land
Morrison, O. I. of District light Be Any Stars-Congregation. people enjoyed a chIcken pilau: at _
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Mrs Glrtue Lang Wilkinson, his the is
J>"' acted us grand marshal; Mrs. D.t ). The counsel commander MrGrlllls .. 4:00: p. m. Juniors. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude price too high, ---=
I(I wife Mrs. Kate Bowen, Mrs Irene
t B. Beasley of Gainesville, grand turned over the gavel to 4:15: I'. m. Song-Luwtey. Samplers", Frdlay night. All re Gilflls, Ills daughters/ and Mr. David then ice all move to Saturday, Dec. 18 J

{. prganlst and Mrs Edwin Southern our guardian! who was re-elected 4:20: p. m. Five Minute Talks: ported nice time. Wilkinson less desirable
George his son. Six prop Hoot GibsonIn
The Church of Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Louts Easterllng
.grand 111I111.1111. [fur the ensuing year and who was! -Hev.
living! brothers, two sisters, father,
erty so on 3lltil'louare
The following officers were Installed (installing officer for the Woodmen Crosby. of Luke Wales returned here ,
(f. E. Wilkinson
and mother Mrs
.;, .i : Circle. Miss Amy !Moore was In- KeHponHlblllty of Young People Thursday, where that<.will make it Susie Wilkinson, all survive him. out of the lzeig"borhood. "Courlin' 'Wildcats"Also
Verdle Jo'utch-'V. M. stalling/( ultendent. Today--Frank Norman. their future home. 1
I Interment .
I' was at Long Branch
G. W. Alderman--W. P. IIIHK1oore! called t the roll of Why Should a Young Man Train Me. and Mrs. A., .Brown! were I t
I cemetery, Jan. 4 at 3
its'' t" Mae Green--A. 11.II. \ retiring officers who advanced to himself for Christian, Service visiting Mr. and Mrs., Henry Brown I p. m. Comedy "Should Scotch-
A host of friends and relatives
C. A. Futch--A. P. u position)( In front of the altar JouC'lIe Vlnlng./ of Sill: l k\J Sunday.Mr. G. Inman men Marry?"
attended the funeral An Inspiring:
f Ina White--Secretary. where they were graciously thanked How to Have Plenty of Wholesome and Mrs. Roy Roberts and
And Paramount News.
funeral sermon, beautiful floral I
i Blanche Alderman-Treas. for the service they had! rendered Fun and Why We Need Lots daughter; Knza, returned to Perry
offerings gave much comfort to Starke Fla.
t Ruby Hayes- A. C. to the Grove in the past year of 'lIn--tJltzl'l Underbill. Monday after spending two weeks ,

r 4 :- ', Madeline Southern -- Chaplain Then they were extorted to their Making the Weekly It. Y. P. U. here with Mr. C. B. Roberts.Mi I the relatives, for which they wishto Show Starts at 6J5

}i ', Abbie Harley' -Marshal.! reins by the attendant and team. :Meeting Go-- Leroy Tenley. ) and Mrs. Claude Saundersand thank one and all. Ills last : "f
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I{ d e Eva!: Anderson' Organist. The roll of the olllcers-elect was 1:45: p. m. Special music: son' Thomas left for Plant ----- - ------ --- - d

; Pearl Manning Adah. Starke II. Y. P. U. City Tuesday.
called and they advanced to a poult -
t ,o LillIe McRae-Ruth. Ion directly\ behind the altar 4:55: p. m. Report of Grading Mr. Odell Abernathy of Daytona -

Edna Hart-Esther. where the team formed a circle Committee and awarding baners. were visiting here Sunday. !

Dolly 1\fI'ltlle-1\Iartlu\. around them, finch\: officer taking; 5:00: p. m. Announcements. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Yarboroughand I iF arming Implements

Ilk 'j Lorena ppt'rl'lon-Ierla.t: ]; her solemn obligation, after which 5:05: p. m. Song God lie With mother, were vlbltlng! Mr. and
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7 ':. K. W. Hayes--Sentinel. Ihey slowly went to their station You Till We Meet AgalnCollgl'eI'ntlon. Mrs. Karney: Yarborough of Day-

? Refreshments were served after through the four arches formed ; (Olin Sunday.

:7 the ('hallter011011.\ i by the team. This being a public 5:10: p. m. Adjourn. Mrs. Earven Murrhee and son I

i . Installation, Mrs. Vonda K. Inman .

r t ? WOSLtN'M_( _!.t'n !'Vr.Ol'H. aiked" the team "StarkoViuners" LHJIOK THICK H EI.I'SIUSolzpd : : : 9 ,,, .,1. I The t He Co Line

s to put on the floor work, which
4A i. The following\ Interesting Edgar Wall enjoyed( by all. several weeks ago with :

t r ': Ouest program; was. presented The musical program for the a load of 100 gallons of moonshine FLORIDATHEATRE

.., Wednesday afternoon at the 'VOIIIt. \- veilingas furnished! by Miss a closed truck was released I)I

*an's Club meeting: Alice Fernandez: violin, accompanied Tuesday to Jacksonville dealer ,[

Songs: I Love a Little Cottage, by her sister, Miss\ Isabel. of second hand cars when ho pro-1 DeWitt C. Jones

and< When You Come to the End of Miss\ Guaste Mao Bennett, violin sented proof that he held a retain I Homo of VlUiphoiie .

lyr a Day-.Mrs. It. J. D.ivli. crompanled by Miss Inez Aber- title note on the vehicle, and R. 1..1| --- 1

Introduction: I Edgar Guest nath)', also two piano selections Wlugate of Jacksonville, In whose'I -

P f Mrs J. 11. Hitch. by Misses Abrnuthy and KlUabethCendVIck : name the truck was held, will be! Program {Week of Jan. Hardware
Heading: When Yon Know n\ tried on Jan 28th on a charge of

iIV Fellow-Mrs. L. (I. Powell. The degree team "Starke Whi- causing liquor to be transported. 19th, 1930 I

Readings: Ma And Her Check: hers," was Invited to Penney The truck wag seized on the Bradford .. _n _

AutoMar1I : "arms. to assist In the installation county side of the Redding .11111 l ,,,l,VIII,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, / ll,i l ;iii,llll,",-,,--i;, -,IL-----,;L i ;;; - .' 1 .0> A. -", -- ... ".,
of the officers of the Pl'nn<;>y-Jwlnn bridge!: by Sheriff Kpperson\ and Monday & Tuesday IraalYYa.Y1tiW-l; '1, "l L"4' __ //p'Idy ll p 1.1111 I I ''- ___ '- ._. .. ... .. .. .. __ .. -" ,>" ,

ter < Trio: Bells. of St. !Mnrvs\ -Mrs. Cutup, Woodmen of the World 1. deputies. and Wlngate' arrested {
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A. Z. Adklns. Mrs. It. J. Davis and ruouilay! night Jan. 7th. A large with Ms brother in n ear following "Chasing Rainbows"with :I

Mrs. D. M.: Knight.: : crowd: of Circle members and \V the truck, the officers holding !

Musical readings: The Orate O.V.. members attended and all search warrants for both cars. At A

'I Fire, and Home-- Mrs. L. O. Pow- received\ a most cordial welcome*. that time Wlngnte!: gave his name Special Cast : Successful

ell. not IllRKSnbothum. All talking Advertising

:c Miss Ethel: Griffin was accompanist i County Judge Gardiner released -
i for the afternoon Palm Beach $150.000 1 bond .... -- -
the 15-year old negro driving: -- - -
e' Tea was served by Mrs. J. IInitch Issue will be voted on January 11to \ the ear after[ an examination developed t

i Mrs. H. C. Illtcti. and Mr*. he used for repairs to stretchof ho was a tool of the "'In-I Wednesday"Their i" "in i""ni n mum. 'iiiiir, ,n''IIII""on"'II'1, ''' ''' i" iiiiimimiuiiu''' '' ,''iiiuui niu' 'iii'iiiiinniuiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuniiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiaui' ' ,i.M""p,, ,"IIIIUllltllll"'fllllllllil"II''IIIIIIIII'"IIIIIU' i i ''''''('' '' miiiiiI ;
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\ "" O. W. Lowry. members of the edu- i North (Ocean Boulevard from gates and the twoVhtgates; were I 4'AaAllllltlll''i n HIM mi.ii inimnmroiiiini' iiuiiimi'iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin' ''.11 iiwiiiniii'IIIIIAAIIIIIeanIIltllltlAali1AAdII''' '''I n r'I'.ninim frim! m, .'"-si mniniiiiiimi'iBiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii' "i i"iiniuiii.
Ou'n
cation committeewho were liiu- Wells Road/ to country club. Desire" I
taken to Union county for trial on
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tosses for the ufternoon Jllrk""nvllI"Iarvln!\ 1\1e-\ a. charge!: of making moonshine I
morial church at I last. 14th streetto with
The
outcome of
the trial Is not
I (HUI.S' .\r.\ii.i\uv niin.K: :: build Sunday School qual.terll.1 Norma ShearerAll
known. \Following his confession,
'F V'r ,' Bunnell Locnl canning plant the negro!: boy took officers from talking 'ft Hundreds of large national advertisers' realize that the y
Veru Claire Robinson was hostess of southern t Potatoes Products Co. i
both counties to where the still .
r' ; to Clrclo No. :3 i of the Baptist t tI opened for fall Mention. .-. -- - -
was located, being; run. It U alleged I -- -- --
;". I Girls' Auxiliary Monday afternoon, Plant City-Name of city\ will be' by a man named Harris and h buying public must be induced to covet their products. It

\ ; After the devotional, the business minted[ on one of tallest buildings. his Bon The mash was poured out Thursday & Friday :
'1 ': of the circle was transacted and In city ns guidance to avltnors. '
iVIf, I I the following elected to the dlf Fort Myers Local grapefruit and Lake the Butler.still reported taken to "So This Is College"I g is apparent that neither curiosity, indifference.or amaze
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t ferent otrices for the ensuing year: canning plant started operations I

s\,, President--Vera Claire Robin( recently; $75,000 equipment In WithA ,
NOTI'l': OF
> on. stalled. STH'liIlOI.HEHSnt 4 ment will do this Appreciation of the true merit of the
: <:TISU Special Cast '
; ii Vice-President-Myrtice Ford, Tarpon Springs Tugwell & I {

SecretaryMay! Memereau. Wiseman producing 300 cages Notice U. All talking g Wares is
r \ hereby given; that the absoluely imperative.
Treasurer
I.. Geraldlne Johns. grapefruit dally. -- i
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regular!: annual meeting of the .
The president appointed her Winter Park Virginia Inn -- i
val situated stockholders of'the Bradford
; \t rlous committees. The hostess, on Lake Osceola formally jlit
Saturday
County Bank Starke
Fla., will beheld ,
$ assisted her :
H by mother, served refreshing opened. j
in Its
banking rooms at I
I,f punch and wafers. DurIng Tampa -- Installation of "Pointed
newUllhtl Heels"With '
,d f social half-hour, several niu ; at Drew airport discussed.. Starke 1930 8:00 on Tuesday January 14, We will be pleased to analyze your problems '
(
: p. m., to elect a boardof
steal
,,3 numbers
l'' were enjoyed. Brooksvllle Installation of
directors I
iii On Monday also, Bunny Canova $25,000 Friok pre-coollng and! processing for the ensuing; year ,
and
to transact
such William
other
business Powell Helen
was hostess :
to Circle No. One plant completed by Exchange ,
rr Mary Brownlee, president, conducted ( Packing house.HoweyIntheIlllls. as may come. before them. :_? Kane, Fay Wray I

g ? the business meeting dill'Jng Florida S. L. PEEK .
It. I II
,, whIch definite plans were mad Public Service Company making Cashier, -
I
t for personal service work Improvements to distribution line 1IOVOH. ROLL Talking or Singing Bradford County TelegraphPRINTERS

Refreshments of sandwiches, here. : Comedies DailyGAINESVILLE
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( cake and cocoa were served to the Palm Beach Palm Beach Those I
AND PUBLISHERS
paying
their
; eleven members Trust subscriptions II
t present Company
capitalized
at to the Telegraph during Decemberwere I }
$100,000 I
granted charter
A New Port RIchey Sally Shoptoned Webster : A. J. Thomas. O. L. Nelson I FLA.
i Strawberry
on the boulevard. ehlp W S. Futch. Eddie J. Lewis I
meats started! from thIs lection. F.'K.
Marshall :
W. N. Johnson
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JAXUAItY 10. 1O3O BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RTARKE FLORIDA 'PAGE FIVH i

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15'uZZZRSZSu' 'sasasasast s sasasa Miss Carrie Uglow were guests of -G.-'V-: ;;;;; peared in several entertainments Edith and 1 Lots. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- 4-AUU! 01" THANKS: k 'if. :,

Mrs. R. S. McDowell In Jacksonville while there. thur Rlgdon of Jacksonville( ) Miss "
Mrs Katie Davis Miss\ Joule I We desire to express our thanksto
: recently.Mr. Thl'lmland Hurbert Brown of I TSUre,
Honmaland Cupt. George Hoffman Mrs. George C. White'' and Miss those kind friends who assisted
Bits of Graham Miss! Hazel
Underhill and)
!Mona Alderman went to Tallahassee the Illness follow-
Jacksonville' UK during/; and
and 1 Mrs. 1>. B. Beasley anddauKhtel' of were here {I George Shanks of Waldo.
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i Tuesday They were accompanied ing the death of our son, and to 'J''
Thelma of Gainesville, Sunday shaking hands with old ,
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an far as Lake City by !Mrs Dr. Biggs for his care of our loved
I were visiting here Sunday afternoon friends. The circles of the Missionary
O.V.. Alderman and 1 Miss Blanche one
i4eWs; Society\ of the !Methodlut church!
LOcal Alderman.Mr. Mr and 1 Mrs. n n. Sapn. ', ,
will meet l1 Monday! afternoon ,. i..
I Mr and Mrs H. A. Bishop and .
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the 13th: Inst. 1" .
at ,
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and children and 1\.s., G. K. 1 Lewis and Mrs. L. R. Illackmon. two-thirty at
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Basinet and the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. r.\tti op' TIl.1NIC4! M. 'v ;
A. *
I Concerning Our People, I If children spent Sunday in St. Augustine drove to Lake Wales Sunday to Hazel: and Walter Stroman of Miami <: ;
Davis !Mrs ,1. M. irons, ,
of the County and Town. I with Mr. and Mrs. Haynes the Ilok Mrs. James secretaryof i'
Progrett hear the concert( at I Singing CiodbnU! and son. the Jacksonville district, and We desire to thank the many 1 'I
Grant. Tower James, Jr.. of Jacksonville, anal '
f I 'spent' !Mrs! A.o'. llalsi'H. state treasurer', friends of thla community and at !

____________ .-- --- .- several days of lust weak hero, with will attend t this me l\nR.\ Tho hostess Penney Parma for their kindliest! a'.ii '%J;$,:
Srre nnnnneae7Ca::QS7 i o t1.5 Mr and Mrs. J. II. Reynolds and M*. and Mrs C. C. Shepard and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowllng.Hov. /;. rya
during sail hours. }
our a
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Mrs. Davis Invite all ladles rff i
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AVKAT11KK: REPORT Mrs. G. W. Brown and Mrs J. T. little daughter, Edna, of Palatka, Mr. I). O. O iley of Hllllard. were of the church to be her guests. The family of P. K.: Thomas -_ : .
Moore were visitors here from spent the week-end with Mr. and guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs C. l"I -------- -.
I>ate Max. Mln. Preclp. Lawtey Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. M. D. Bumgarner. A. Knight and Mrs. ..James Shep !Mlsu, Margaret; Lowly, Mrs Alverna :
nmi HOI.I: ioi.r; M\VS: Lake City Blue Goose Cafe
..Jan. 1 74 43 ard. Dean, !Mrs R. S. Fernandez and remodeioU.1'ennncola. .
8i 63 ..02fjan. Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Vaughn and Miss A1!Ice. Fernandez, attended
Jan. 2 Just received a full line of snap Work > '\
65 64 bean J': children and Miss Mary Pulse all M.and Mrs. Francis R. Halli- tho Clarence Eddy organ recitalat reminded on ,
: 3 seed. F.
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skeleton of $2.000,000 !1,
fcjan.; 4 64 36 -- Kickliterr.Mrs. of Koullvnr, Tenn., left last gall of Camden, N. J., have been Penney Farms last Thursday r bridge over
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Pensui'ola .
5 I 62 40 Thursday after a visit with Mr.! visiting friends and relatives In remaining for a reception In hon- bay. ,
.Ian.. S. T. Dell and children S. Lake : n.u
6 75 60 and Mrs! J. D. Cheshler.Mr. . Starke this week. Mr. Halligan or of !Mr. Eddy: after the!! recital.\ Cty -- Murray Rubber hiss .fJ
Jan. T. Jr., and Ollia were in Starke Company opened( tire store In thlaplnce.
Jan. 7 53 will be remembered 1 here as/ a .11 '< ..

(Total rainfall for week .02 in. I Saturday. and Mrs. Avery Powell and former resident.Mr. Mrs. J. H. HItch, Mrs. J. C. r I _- 13.51".11' > ..: '

I son, Seeber ot Jacksonville! and .- Hoover, Mrs. )'. II. Long/; Miss\ ustllIome Electric Com- Ixaa ,l'i I
Mrs. S. Church and 'Mr. J. II.
I Carradine of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Powell of Mac- E. \\". Orlffln and Mr. W. J. Amelia Ray and Mrs. C, }o'. Hoover pany opened oincpa In building/ : Let 5.43: .:
Mrs. F. R. Lawrence were visitors here from ,
clenny, were recent guests of !Mrs. Grlflln of Jacksonville spent Sunday went to Palatka Monday after- formally occupied hy Mary and n v
Was a visitor here Tuesday. I Keystone Heights Tuesday. .. -'N.7 Elizabeth: .
Shop Magnolia II''''
on ; ave .
Ii i Lucy Powell. here and upon returning were noon to cull on !Mr. and Mrs. II. C. I U.n .. ('

accompanied by Mrs K.: W. U IrllRn Ulchard. because of the death of nue. .. .Let ,,, 1-
.Best shed I cured peanut seed at Mrs. Olga. Ward Callahan of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Southersand who has been visiting/; here for several his mother, Mrs. Emma Richard, Lake City J. It. Neville Ice
Kickllter. 1-3-tt.' Washington, D. C. was a visitor. to Cream and Milk Station on East
J. F.
, Joy" price. Starke this week. daughter Mrs. Marie Shelton days. .4..s_-- -- .... .10.ft w \;M
recently of Mr. and G. M. Inman Orange/: street changed hands .
wero guests: business manager ;:.
Mr. Jesse Alexander of Hampton -- Mrs. W. J. Howie at Howey-in- Mr. and Mrs. L. K.: Miner and ot the Growers Association, spent I I':. Perryman: la going In for 1 Ike.ort h -- One-story storeroom "; 7'
( Col. J. L. Frazee was attendingto golf in a real way these days, playing to be constructed at cornerof ..
Starke Tuesday. the-Hills. daughter Pauline! Mr.. and !Mrs. J. this week In Lakeland studying
in
w as legal business in Jacksonville I at Green Cove and Keystonetwo Lake avenue and K street to(
If. Fields and children of New t the method of loading berries In r e + .
Miss Elizabeth Howe[ of Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .F. A. Scott( and Smyrna and !Mr. and !Mrs.Vaas the express refrigerator oars and or three I linen n week. cost about' $5,000.Jacksonville . "

Mrs.A. Rev and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Zol- Prnetorlus of Cocoa were vlxlllng completing final arrangements Coffee Shop opened '. "
the guest of her sister, /;
fwae S.' L. Peek and Mrs. T. J. hotel! .
R; Newsom over the week-end. Alderman were visitors In Jack- fo Springs were guests: of Mr. and relatives here last week. with the Miller system for hand- linn Reamer' the putting champion Mayflower r r .

Mrs. S. C, Carnell in Ormond... last ling the crop of the auMoclatton. of Keystone Heights has arrived .
sonville Wednesday.Mr. eltu.:111Fh"s: 4tl.l't $5.15 ,II
I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot was in week. Col. D. E. l Knight him returned 1 .- I to take up his quarters! at -- '
l
'iJrooker Tuesday attending the f uineral have fl'ol111 business trip through !Mr. and 1 Mrs. Francis It. Halll-\ the famous Keystone Heights Not lr., IH hereby given that nnilir __ I.U. :
and Mrs. Aubrey Moore
of A. J. Sowell. Mrs. Avis Mansell of Jackson South Jo'lorhl.hlle, away he at- gan, of Camden N. J., left !Monday . and l hy sin. at, of. that nrtHlnpxprutlim 1 .. n.n :
announced the birth of a baby girl A certain lady wan asked 1 the Issued. out nf the ('bruitCourt
railed here last week after spending several days .
ville was on tended to professional business In 2lll( Juitlrliil fh-fillt of' the tl.U
1 Auto tops, cushions and cush- born on Monday, Jan. 6. account of the illness of her Leesburg, Orlando, Tampa and<1 here renewing/ old acquaintances.About other day what her handicap wan stain nf Klorlila. In unit. for irnlnnfount _
these Buys, she calmly the y. In Ihl..rlldn. cause 111.1'- '.01 "r: rt
fifteen replied .....
who Mr. lialllgnn \
Margaret, -
26tfJfMr. daughter, was Sarattola. years ago '
19. covers. M. Levlton. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McAdoo of In whorcln < ''>nim<>r<'Inl Crfillt Company :
spending her vacation here. ( lived here with his parents and I traps\ and 1 my putting. nf. Klorlila. a &'..rpurat Ion, Inplaintiff tUS .r'
New York City are spending a and Klovil (tree In il..ft.n,l-
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;;: Mrs. T. Hendrix of Lakeland attended tho II. H. S. lie noted
Jerry Carter of Tallahassee, B ant I have levied upon and. will
while In Sta.rke.Miss .
I* former hotel commissioner, was a Mrs. O. L. Beasley and her was the guest of !Mrs. L. A. Reynolds with pleasure the many improvements Plenty of fun for local golfers offer for mile. and sell to the hltfhefttblildor . .. i..i t. ,
I these daya--a handicap tourna- .. . for. rash Ht the south door of .. 1lsa. "
[ to Starke Tuesday. guests, Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tam- recently. Upon her returnto In this section Mince he lIvE'dhere. b 'ty:
I the hoiiMn nf
visitor court HBHtlforfl
Ine? Abernathy spent the ment at Omen Cove Springs' January county I _..... .
pa, and Mrs. J. W. Klncald of Cat- Lakeland she was accompaniedby KlorUla, on Monday! February 3ril, .
week-end with friends In Jackson- 16th and another at ICeyslouo : tail' between the t bourn. of cloven l ",/1
lesburg, Ky., spent Monday in !Mrs. Reynolds who will visit ,
: -- .
ville. a. ni. uiu1 Two o'I''wk' p m. the followliiK -
Jacksonville.Mr. her there. Mr. and !\I 1'8. J. J. Hlgdon had<1 Ilelglits Thursday January ilcHrrlliwd. 1'.1. I property Htuiilfil "J'
jENTASOIID E as their guests t'undIlY.Ir.! H. JHolierts :3th.() Finn prlzeH are being offered unit bolnif In llriulford county, ,__ 15.:11: 'ft.1'
Mr. W. C. Caldwell state, hotel F -wlflnt L ......
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and !Mrs. Carl Alderman and I\tlMS Diilny Tntnpktns spout the and gniiidson ot Lnwtey at both courses.Juck fhre.. nrul South (II I fort of Lot .
Inspector, Is spending this week in 4 tit Illiick. 1"r l.lvliiMHlon. and I _
l" In Jacksonville with :Mrs. Ollie Thomas Lawrence
returned
little to Baltimore holidays -
COLUMN this section In an otllclal capacity.T. son "uckard and Hilly It ull- "' 'u by'ei ndn to the town otHlnrkp. :-"vr. >i
Md., Saturday after spending the friends and relatives. She IH a demons, Mr. and Mrs T. J. winkle popular at l Keyitluiie Klorlila.xitlflid ... ,
pros
'lw.IPOR. holidays here with Mr. and Mrs.talented young dancer, and ap Moore and daughters; Misses HORn, A <- copv of the I JiutitniPilt ".1Ii 'f'' 'l.
( RENT First and second, D. Proctor, editor of the Un- and Green) Cove Springs, have added upon which, the shove exvolillitii wartINHIIIM .
.1) has .liiiii frorflcd In t'l rk he ) jf
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another to their ,
floor apartments. J. F. Kick- ion County Times, Lake Duller, coiirno iictlvlllos the f'lniilt\ Court record of foreign .
' liter. l-3lf. was a business visitor Monday. this la Iho well known judgment of I traiiroul ,'OInIY.1'1.,.>,.- .li /
Ida. find, 1 mild will .lie sold '
Hlbernlii' course on the St. JoliiiHrlvor. piopi-tiy -17.... I '' ;
.
I IIM tht imiperly I of mild' defen.hintIrloyd ,.
foil SALE Collie puppies, six Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Mack have' . Ittie: ii, I In: sutIsfnellun. : of *uluexecution. '. .,'(t., \I'

weeks old. See J. J. Rlgdon returned from South Florida Bar ?TOa F '3r Jim HnuHer-hasn- pupil I w J. r'I'I': .Ht'lnN!' '. 14.UJ 1tJ'!:. "
now
Starke.. 1-4-2U where they spent two weeks. h'rlrr of Iiiiiilfni. County t.\-\ ,- .;a.jI
I lliem days- luilln from Meiiilvllle\ 1,111. .
1!I':: Ar. JInivn.Altorn. ;
we nro told. '
.<&VILL TRADE cow or hogs: for Miss Margaret Williams was the ..v cm, rininiirr. I-a-6tICAPITAL 1 !. 34.$ ; '

good work horse. See Henry guest of Miss Lorraine ]Harbour( of ML'W'nCjfr' *i& rtfc= r L- 2; 5|>i I Mr, ntiil r.r-J;:;;: Kadfonl. of Meudvlllo .

Boyer. Rt. 1. It* Jacksonville last: week. afflaI --j Pa., have arrived, and can lioMBi'ti __ 11.10 I.U' .1

i on the 1 Keystone (!olf course ,,...- I.'.' i

[WANTED-Work horse or mule, Mr. T. S. Williams, Jr.. and every day. LM*'

sound and gentle.; J. R. Knight: Yaney Williams have returned to

Route( A, Starke. It* Carlisle) School at Hamherg, S. C. t tUley'h A. profcuHlomil golf nun teh will I\ ituJ ;:

be held at the IJul SI I H.tna Colt J-. t$.Jt .
: Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. T. l ttv: U
FOR 8ALB-5 passenger Nash {r,' h I. v'v t Club nt Green Cove Springs' next
car In running; order, ony $75. S. Williams motored to Jackson- Saturday.! January llth at 2 p. in ''t t tilt '

Charles Swenson, Beulah Park, ville Monday. 1 r i ? yr when Al Bryant, pro at Pnlatkii 'tf ill o4

Melrose Fla. its 'FirC'4' paired with Clues Chandler nllln"II.I f
Miss MalSelle Fore has returned I "A yijrariulll ,
_
*%L T w4f I vlllo'H pre will piny Jack 1'uckurd( -- r 04.5!
(WANTED: To have some trac- after spending two weeks with her ijit *!*S.x J.tga.>iJ; and Hilly lIull\\ lukle. Thero will punishment L, task

tor plowing done. Steady plow- parents in Wlldwood.Mr. lie. no 1 charge to witness thin. match AfftcnsTti 11,30

Ing will pay,$1.50 per hour. II. which IH doing promoted 1 liy Mr for Arson in i
and !Mrs H. V. Knight iulr\
1-10-21 ;
O. Strohfeldt, Starke.
Joel Potter I IhB genial 1
proprietor U,, In early ,Aihni made .ran
were in Gainesville Monday afternoon of I the Jill SI San+ I Intel. tionUliolilit I by dell I" m'rtr Iady, IS lH.li

.OST--German police dog, male, : -- ---. anon I..et.rly .IwPl alit; l by,. Ion{
Ilirrili no "rq! fliha
i.rlx>n Irrnih .
year old named Brownie. Return INrtlniwl "i>-
Ih' t
long.rm u
or tend Information to "W. Minxes Pearl and Mabel Reddishof Best Purgative for prrallo.| of |>ulfc., prowuhna.Ili| l.tlArwn 1I.

A. Mends, Hampton. l-10-2t Jacksonville were vlsitora here ._.d h.urnre onrlrltnna eonpfkt, r..oll. any .1. ub

Saturday sit I"surd "T a.auk.eeI'tna
:''Olt SALK: -- Satsuma trees, 15 rmniw,a?p>niin.nl. .ar* rr/nd.Nl./ t :

cents to 25 cents; pecan' trees, Mr. and Mrs. I.. L. ThIgpen and I '' t r r a o r. r C..5' .1, will be,,..ir !In prr.ml die Ml
20c to fiOc In lots of 25 or more. daughter/; Merla, of Palatka were b l li '! boini Inwn. l IS !flit' owanilim- aunt I: a.2

If. B, Wiggins. 1102t. visitor here. Wednesday.Mrs. 1' s I p, +j 411 I III'I' ( il ''i I o\- !J"I I .,p.ln.t orb flr properly l le.ur.nre low.is your oiilwcurll/ 1L i iiL711 I

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"'\\"ANT TO HEAR from parties I . Hoy Reddish and Mrs. I l'I .. HAROLD C. WALL

having: pine timber, or lumber I Dlnkina of Lawtey were In Starke ,, "-' --='gNl I'.

for( sale. Address to II. B. this Wednesday afternoon tS ,IIIiIIIII I? I '.' I I I I I'' ln' 4 ....7o"'Cft......00':11.(....',!.MRelieves INSURANCE . 14.11,
1-3-21.:) t twy
paper. I
Mr. and Mrs Carl Woolen of i ( "w i Ib j I II .r_ _,/ w y the congestion, reduces complications STAKKK, FLORIDA 3,?

Luwtey, were visitors. here Tues-
'OR SALE One 140-egg capacity rf
Belle City Incubator in day. h hl hastens recovery. 11T1

perfect condition for $8.00. Mis. III IIIr -- 7'31
OeoiV"r
Mi1 ) ea/wrv/ STEAM t'/tESSING COMPANYSuits !
IL S. Norman, near Hellbronn and Mrs. F. A. Canova of hil l //y N AIi

Springs. 2t* Ocala and Mr Levy Canova of M //r / o Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped -.. 11.42

Jacksonville were visiting here / Frank Tficnian Phone 32
] . .I4S.M
,r WOOD FOR SALE 1 cord to this week.A Sit,7*

200; 15 In. to ft., both lightwood ...--.-.- IT.**
end green. Leave order large party from here attended ,
the installation of W. 0.V..
Farm Agency. Mr. In-
at Strout L.I .. .
man. 12-6-61* officers at Penney Farms Tuesday .1'4.H

night. -I DcMLNT .. 'r101itf

'OR SALK Just received large

shipment of bean seed, all va- The P. T. A. will meet next i
Wednesday afternoon, thp 15th ... J-::
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, rieties. Squash tomatoes, pep- iI J' g _l .
! pers. Drownlee. Bros., Starke. 1- inst., at three-thirty, nt the school t:' ll t II
auditorium. lrowr roeM r .e'i I v. **.U I
10-tf. Jd! . I i l. { ''i I I 1I Il I'' ''A I i ; ,' ? I ti' M.M,

Editor ElmerV.. McCreary of r. JuwJirwl k'WS'I ifm\; *, I ) ,\ b l>I 'I,i I'ft'li, .'' I'al.rLro _; 1114
:M\ INSTALLING A GIIIST MILL arrw ,ris q y ''II IIIJ I I .
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and crusher north of depot at the Evening News Gainesville, accompanied ,l/rfor i I I tottpi'WK I i , '' 'h' wl h ''i I H ::7J :, ,: ,

Slarko. Will be ready to grind by his wife, was In I ; NI,

aft* Saturday, Jan. 11. Toll 1 Starke !Monday afternoon. THE 1 DOCKS + '" U...

juflt' to each peck. Joe Grlffla. ._ J."
( l-10-2t Mrs F." Fl. Cady and her daughter MOOKHX: ANGLKS: MOOKK.V; lab all be wrong, or be all wrong, Second floor: Three bed rooms, I II

Beatrice, of Jacksonville, t'ONVKMKXCKM: : : Till;! DKCKH): as you will? a bath two decks and. no lack: of .ift.

. yr. spent several days recently in Orlando Anyway, be you a modernists or cloxets., I II II
farm
:TOR SALE-60 acre near I
.' with Miss Flora Cady (By Duncanhunter, Architect, an antiquarian we are showingyou Third floor: A bad room bath, I ..t-Ili 1 ,
i Lawtey; good dwelling house; New York.) the most advanced modern closets and an expansive promenade -

barn, garage colonies, 3 acres set In Mr and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, had typo of house titled "The Decks... deck. -'w- '...33
33 bees, Jersey
grapes!; and, heifer, Ford on trac- as guests for several days last In the shops at the clubs, teas, Livable rooms, light, air and sun Exposure: The plans as shownare ....:;..n.u

cow week, Dr. and Mrs. James Chase parties on the golf course at home shine outdoor galleries at elevations for a lot facing south or west. I rue GIANT COG INI ..
mill shingle
and disc, grist ,
tor of Jacksonville.Mrs. and on the street cornerwherever where they give; privacy and 1 For a lot facing north or east the I I ..

mill, farm tools, blacksmith people meet or gather except outlook. All conveniences. to meet plans should be reversed.Lot I TILE I WHEKL OF COMMERCE ; 17.11.
50 bushels corn 50 white '1R4'lie'.,
hop,
R. E. Gahagan and sons, perhaps in (church at least the stringent! demands. of modern size: : House frontage 38 ft. _

Leghorn chickens. Price $3000, Emmett and Powell, returned to during!!: services, the topic of discussion social life a feature Is the large 6 Inches; side clearance, left 10 i ..,......

part rash, balance easy terms. Savannah last'Friday after a visit leads! around at some timeor recreation room In the basement feet right, 6 feet, 6 Inches, ; Lot BANKINGGet -f :uJ

J\lrlf. Bynum Perkins, Lawtey It*, here with her father, L. C. Powell. other to this "modern stuff". with a stairway leading up to the frontage, minimum, 55 feet. I

Fla. In the magazines In the newspapers living room. Just the place for Construction : Frame with stucco J

Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Miss Flor- In the shop windows and on an Informal party or as an over- finish; roof and ducks, canvas;

ence Matthews and Misses Madge the bill boards, ever the same flow for a large; function. The foundation concrete; windows, next to it The man who learns I

ASBESTOS SHINGLES ROOF- and Hazel Middleton were In modern-modern, aye and nay, motor room Is also In the base steel casements In special arrangements to command l] this one cog commands I

ING Jacksonville last Friday.Dr. but the general public sentiment ment and connects. with the recrea- with Integral screens; the entire industrial machine. The "

seems to be mostly aye, so it looksas tion room. The large deck off the doors, wood, to special details

BUILDING MATERIAL, MILL- and Mrs. J. E. Malnes, Jr., though we are going modern third floor offers an Ideal summer Interiors: Floors linoleum; power of Banking is yours-every- "

of Gainesville were guests of whether we will or no. In this retreat. Every (bed room has at wall, plaster; kitchen, plaster; body's. Learn to use it consistently. I

WORK LUMBER State's Attorney and Mrs. II. V. there must be some logic for as least one outdoor deck. bath rooms, composition tile; I I

Knight; Thursday. ono of the patjonal advertiserssays "The Decks" tabulates: steam heat gas and electric wir f
Anything Contractors Use"Write i I
"a million barbers can't be Basement! Recreation room, mo- ing.' Bradford Bank '
County +
lot our low cash prices f. obi t
Mrs W. J. Epperson, Mrs. L. A. wrong" referring of course to either tor room, laundry cold room, Cubtlture: 31,880 cu. ft. i
Job via truck
: your Reynolds. Mrs. Elizabeth Johns a razor or a shaving concotlon heater and coal spaces. Complete working plans and Bradford County's Financial Stronghold :,

f KNIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE and Mr. Lucy Powell were .In or something similar. If this be First floor: Enterance vestibule' speclcflatlons of this house are
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Z27 Wv''J"orsyth St. Jacksonville, Gainesville Saturday. true and the writer has no proof will coat closet living room, dln- available for nominal sum. Address STARKE, FLA. I ,

Florida.. that it la not-then how can ten In.,room, solarium kltthen'and'' the building editor and referto I _

....Z U-U-Jf. Mr. and( Mrs.' John Uglow and mlllloo--more. or less modern lavatory. -r.; house 11-112. '-=- :;-_-':--:---:'-=-.- -.-_ _- ::-:: =:-:_____ = __ -- _I L

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COCXTY TEMSCItAPlI. STAHKE. FIORm.\ FRID.\Y. .usr\R\: io.
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-- --. ---, lure of quarters outside the hover Mr and Mrs. A. L Lewis of and n i other score was made until day.

: I" -' ---- .--- .. should never to lower than 60 to Lakeland, spent several days here the last quarter where Drooker Mrs. T. P. Ward and duagl),)...., ,,1

TO degrees. If It runs lower some with friends and relatives. field goal leavingthe Stella Mae
How to made one more and Ploreni,,, .,, 1
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auxiliary means of heating should Mr, Willie McKinney and Mr. score 8-4. The lineup was as 1\\
visiting In
and Farming Starke last
I Farmers
U i RaisePoultry be provided. Varnes and son of Starke, were attendIng follows: Theressa, forwards Bennett Thiii-ndi,,

S to business in our section T., Hall 0.; guards PadKett.f. Mr. B. n. Ward spent \v, IIn',,, ,.

,, r I (By Agricultural Editor) I 1 11)20: WAH'" IJl'SV YK.IK Monday.Mrs. .. Mersey N., centers Sullivan, day night here with his mmh,,, /,'

k\ I I WITH C'Or.VTY AfiKXTH; I. W. Dyal and little daugh- H.. Phillips H., substitutes, Sullivan Mrs. T P. Ward.Mr. ]r
-- -- -- -- By Dr. L. D. LeOear, V.S. O. B. Garrett t
- end of of .
-- --- ter. Marlon Lee of Graham, spent T for Bennett at IIiI'k''I''.

t 'Farmers; and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles 1),'.L Geff St.U 0 LouU fnitiuiM, Mo...f Ih.OntarioVmrliury During 1929 the county and the first of this week here with I half Brooker: Forwards. Brown, vllle was transacting bitj i,,, '. f

Methods Found Cofl.K*. IBM. TtilrtTyear ..l demonstration agents of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I., Gainey. L., gimrdu!: Sowell D., business here last Tuemlav
of Farm Experiences and ,.,......1.....,p..crlca..n dl_ home P. centers, Ward, T., With the coming of tins [
Galney, ,
Lewis.
I Eminent nude 34,400 visits to ''II'
I of llvo nock and poultry. Florida /
To He Rest Suited to Our Country .,authority. poultry nod Mock railing. 13l 00 farms. They Mrs. J. B. Thomas spent Tues- 'Burgdorff, B. No substitutes during Year there were several famiii., ,. if
: farmers on r
t ; Nationally known poultry brooder.NouJ the of moving into new residences. ,
aulbor and lecturer.' had 62,000 calls made at their offices day at Lake Butler guest entire game. Wh'I", ['
'JI.r \ '" ---' ::J and answered 29,000! telephone her .ulster, Mrs. Ollle Andrews.Mr. Mr. L. A. ]MUzIa of Gainesville, they will remain for the <-nM|,'. "'

/ hISINi'I'T: ('['("l'\1: Jmn: - ---\1'111'1" XLVIII calls. They prepared 2,600 and Mrs. J, B. Thomas and was transacting business here last Ing year, Including ]Mr It i p

r Year Poultry sii-i: : rim iMTiiotiK: (' newspaper articles wrote 53,000 !Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Thomas and Friday.Mr. Lews! and family and Mr | I\\'
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.. II.U'1'U'; I'UNIfl: THICK \VIXU( loiters and distributed 35,000 daughter. Miss Hazel all spent and Mrs. C. S. Laird were Plnholster and families! n,1,, (, r
Are
;. J"Nev; Suggestions HBOOUlm: :MITIIOI: bulletin They carried out 4,400 last Sunday afternoon at Graham visiting; In Starve last Sunday.Mr. were several other families ,?,,,;,. I''

Seod disinfection Is recommend farm demonstrations on 14 distinct the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. \V.Reynolds. . and Mrs. L. A Brown were Ing elsewhere close by. \

t Listed By Experts ml to prevent such cucumber diseases A Mill"! .\.IflTMtlon 1)'hIU.11I. and different projects. It attending: to business In Starke .

"r'? ns angular leaf spot and the :.Not Only Louver t lot :Mortality was estimated! teat after expenses Mr.\ Gentry Stokes and Mr.\ Par- last Monday. For use> In beautifying K|10,w'"a'j, ,
I .lilllulnl nro.JI,,", hut ker of Brooker were attending MI' L.. R. Galney and daughter, '
i for Itatn o these demonstrations gave a profitof parks highways ,f
big and .
19.10! Hhould l he a year rots by (I. F. Weber, associate Idle ,,I", ,, ?
Will I .\1..1 I'rmlilu, SII'ollj'r, 'data business in our section Wednes Lois, were transacting business In
r poultrymen and N H Mehrhof. plant pathologist: with the Florida 175000. These were over 300,000 slash and )oIlJlj''f), J
hfgins the licalllili-r I (it kItN. taken from annual reports sent to day. High Springs last Friday.Mr. pines) ,
extension poultryman% I Experiment: Station In bulletinuumbl.r are growing at the IL'lr"I''j' ,(
I year with SIl/tesUonFl! about practices 208. Cucumber Diseases! A. P.' Spencer, vice-director of the MV and Mrs. 3.V.. Lewis and and Mrs. John Mott were state farm for distribution II it I ,"','V.

: for the following season. In Florida which is Just off the A proper start In life means Just Florida Agricultural Extension DIvision Mrs. I. W. Dyal and daughter, attending to business' in >tarke which will not exceed $4 :a I 111"1," ', .JI

Foundation! stock exerts a tremendous press. lie explains that many as much t9 the newly hatched\ !Marion Lee of Graham all spent last Monday.A sand, it Is stated. The 11",1\. : '

Influence on profits pathngen'c) )' bacteria and fungi adhering clilik\ ns to n newborn babe.) Even This work was done In spite of last Tuesday at Midway at the small crowd of young: people Advertiser says a one-a. i. ,,]1", "

.. I Cheat stock Is expensive, Secure to seed will be killed by I the though/ a chick may Inherit all the the fact that the fruit fly broke bedside of !Mr. and Mrs. J. 'V. enjoyed a dance given at the home with 680 slash pine tl'eeMIII i I", ,

ij : ': cggn chicks and stock that hllve use of corrosive sublimate. desirable traits of many generations into the work of the agents during Lewis' granddaughter! IrvlnBrooks. of Mr.\ and !Mrs. Call Adkins last used In that section to illu-'u' ,','

" healthlgor.\ /: and vitality with Dr. Weber outlines the following of blue blooded avian aristocracy. the year Tuesday night. This crowd departed the growth and benefit of HIN I t., ,,, f

' high egg/ production.Knpand disinfection process; Place the Its hereditary advantages Mi1.. r del Lewis of Brooker was at the lunar of eleven and to the farmers who desire t to ,mil. ",, :
1 In the poultry offset by lackof 0'S la our section Saturday afternoon all reported a very nice time. ,
their! 1
a gradually 11"'d; In a loth bag. Tie the topBocurely may lie completely ......... idle acres productlv uu.<" ,v
' 'I bush) 'is. and,I bo euro I that equip-): and submerge the bug Inn proper attention during the Mr. and! Mrs. J. 'V. Lewis and Supt. OrlflVi of Starke was aero will take about 700 trw .. ,' *

mont Is HUftlclent\ ami) Dutiable] for 1:100: corrosive sublimate fiolutlon days Immediately followng: Its exodus :t HAMPTON i.. !Miand Mrs\ 'V. S, Hay and little transacting business! here last it ia stated that two men run |I' "

., c'orlnlfor\ the stock on hand. for 10 minutes. The bag from the I Incubator. Correct + Mini* Ad.. Mmm.., ('..r. ... lion were attending to business InStarke Monday.( llieiu In less titan a day, ",, 'f

Peed!' fonts can be reduced should be moved meiind In the brooding methods\: < on the other > 0 !Monday. I Mr. ]Horace May of Hampton cost of planting Idle acre I
..**.*......*"',' 40....... 4 t. ; ,
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., health) of blrdi maintained at a solution. After the 10 rn'iiutes hand, will not (only] reduce the Infant 'was attending to business here ductlve and valuable pine i ino I' ',,,,t ''t

hfp, her level and egg production are up I the seed Hhould be rinsed mortality rule In your flock, Mrs. Jim BiiggPt and daughter.of ... ... ......4......... last Monday great

;. Inert-used If a sufllclent! amount several times In cold water. They hut will give you more robust and Lakeland, were the guests of 'a'a Mr\ an I ItIrs. R. 1\\[. Galney was -
food dally. A : II. jTvuncnKKXOlri. ( : business in Starke last .:O'n' _'____.__.___.
1 of green Is Riven .nhould then be spread! in the shade more productive\ members for your I :Mrs. nugget's aunt Mrs P. 1' transacting )
'a : A. Hosier. Cor.) '>
,,', HyKtpmatlc monthly culling J.'J> and allowed t lo dry. When dry I'lock of the future. Hunt. 0'a. Saturday.Mr. t'

1 "grant, will cut down feed losta'anilIUCIPUHO I they are ready to plant Such care should start even be- Mrs. David Jones returned to ............... ....'a 0.'p \ 1\. B. Surrency and son, Say it with Flowers I \

,4 t profits The disinfectant should not be fore you are ready to receivechicks her homo here last Sunday nfter a I Mallle: were attending to business ,
I !Mr. and Mrs. ft. S. Rosier and ------- ...
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.' ''t Market only first class eggs; and placed In a metal container aH I the : from the hatchery or to visit with her son, A L. Sullivanof children were visiting Mr. and lit Starke last Monday.Mr. .

poultry. Quality products command mercury In the sublimate will transfer them from your own Incubator Tlueressa. I and Mrs. L. L. Morgan and Flowers or'All
Mrs. J. 11. Hosier at Woodlawn
'j a premium on I tho market unito with the metal and thus to hover. See that all Mrs. J. I. Tucker and children children, and Miss\ Jean Laird, II :

: Iloiome a member of the local) weaken the solution. Instead of parts of the hovers and brooder have recently returned to their Sunday night. I were visiting in Lake Butler last OccasionsGERTRUDE ,
J. K. Hosier and Cohen Peele
I .I poultry I association if there Is one metal use earthenware crocks or quarters are thoroughly; cleaned home( here after a visit in South I Sunday, I \

In your ("til fly. If there Is none wooden containers.; and disinfected. Spray all parts Georgia.Mr. 'were visitors to Slarke Monday. Misses Pearl and Lois Gafney Ii
Lorene Rosier of Woodlawn II.
tt. : Intel'put other poultrymen la I of the room with a fairly strong and Mrs. O. Haynes had as Blanche Uurgdorff, Doris and GODBEY-I.
spent'SlInday with her cousin Louise -
: \ forming one. Poultry miners have solution of dip and disinfectantto their dinner guests last Thursday: Cleone Sowell and Florence Ward
. found the excliangu of Ideas valu uuir r.\uM: l'UOWt.1; and !Mrs. and of Hosier.
I ( guard: against lice mites Phillips daughter were all visiting in Starke last Saturday. '
Mrs. Bradley anti children.
were I
able.] other paranltes Be sure the room Lake Butler Mrs f. 1J. Hunt !Mrs .
., Tako whatever measures pos- "'..h(. \'()I'C iif I'lorlda I'lirmliiK", Jim J of Lakeland Mrs. T. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Phone j ;
Is well ventilated but free from Bugget Mr. It. T. Ol f ;, I; ,B'blu! to protect I the, fowls from The following: / farm talks will be draughts.; Then put sand and litter J. Thomas and daughter of Val- Kersey Sunday. business In Starke last Mon .
z: chicken thieves which have been given over WUUK, the state broadcasting Mr. H. F." Norman of Hellbronn
; on the floor to give the chicks dosta Ga.! Mrs C. P. Sautter and
operating, OH large scale I In Home'! Hint Ion, nert week the something to scratch In and to daughter of Valdosta, Ga.. and Springs was visiting !Mr. Henry 'CC
,, Florida Agricultural I Extension HeddlnK!: Tuesday of last week.
seel Ions of t the state. keep the floor covered.See Mrs. 'it. M. Faver and (children '
, Hemembor that a poultry form Division has announced: !Mr. Kersey and daughter, Mrs. 1
all
t that heating units are In Blanche! and Hay lies, of whom
without records Is like a dock Jan. 13: good order burners clean and regulating -'I are' children or grandchildren of Yarborough were visitors to ItROWNLEC<: BROS. G: W. ROBERTS '

' ,' \ without I hands-you can tell it Is 12:15: Weekly Agricultural mechanism working well. Mr. and Mrs. llaynes. A pleasant Starke Monday morning. ,

:, running, but you lout know whet News Review--.U. 11. Fulghiim] assistant Then start your stoves lamps or day was enjoyed. Tim Blackburn of Lawtey was a Lawtey

time It Is.i I extension editojp. electricity running several days In Among the many improvements visitor to l Evergreen Sunday morn- S.arke.

12:30: Farm Science Snap- advance. In this way you will be ''n our town this year Is the re- Ing. (

i : I I "holll-V. S. Depart inetit of Ag- able to thoroughly/; familiarize llll1'lnK! and repainting of the residence 4 . ..

I nnttr fOMMosr.vsi: : : -: I rlc u I It t u I'e. yourself with operation and con- belonging to flev. I"". 11. Taylor ........................

t ", I It)' "I|>uN Joltnson I Jan. 13: trol: of the devices. You will also lit the eastern part of town. -- Ie Avoid Those Costly DelaysThere's
I 12'1S: -- Marketing Honey--H. :: BROOKER !
I I have the quarters evenly warmed !Mrs. Martin of App Ala., lit visiting -
1' Foster ap:ary Inspector\ State I hrouglioiit.. Place a temporary hell daughter !Mrs. O. L. Har 'p Miss Pearls Gnliioy .

I,ook I ,\I'lIcl I Plant Hoard rison. a 'a
I, tilt.! 12:25: -- Farm Flashes" from fence around( each hover to keep ...... ................. a lot of satisfaction in knowing
!Miss Reba Maxwell returned to
the chicks near the source of heat
\, Now at the beginning: of a \new I' S. Department of Agriculture. making allowance for !gradually her home hero this week afetr a Mr.\ H. P. Gainey was attendingto where to get what you want when you
: year IH a good limn for tie farmers 12:35: :!l Farm Question llox-
enlarging It from( time to time. visit with friends in Lake Butler business In Starke last: j
to ue) looking ahvad planning it, M.( Fulgum. Her. and Mrs. J. B. ] The Brooker ) 1IIondar'I I want it. Complete stocks! assure prompt
i' I This Is usually managed/; by) using Ackley. were
i ahead and laying tnhemcs toclny .
c Jan. II : v a roll of one Inch netting two feet visiting In Solver Spring last 'Wed both girls and boys motored over I deliveries of nradl )"s' Fertilizer ("AA
I that boar fruit at
are expected: to
16 Farm Flashes] Livestock
12.: to
nesday.G. to Therossa last Saturday after-
lilgh. Do not cut It, simply unroll -
Bom future tomorrow. The man Kaisers-':County Agent Hobbliit QUALITY")). A Grade for
a little more each time you \V. HltiHon of Theressa was a noon and played a very interestinggame every crop
who! lives for today only will Mover I
and I the Farm ,
get the most out of life. This In Reporter feel that growl li of the brood demands business visitor, here this week. of ball. The boys on both and toil condition. Order Bradley's
Jan 1C :
more room. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan visited her Bides began shooting goals In tile

1 especially true of farmers. 1J.1C: -The Dairy Outlook for When the chicks" are ready tobe niece Mrs. Ciuysinger; of Waldo, beginning and at the end of the now. Get more profit for every dollar

Too many farmers are Haying III 1030-Manilla L. llrown exleunlon last Thursday.Mi half the stood 10-9 in favor
transferred have arrived, score
't' nets If not In worll, "I will get all dairyman. > or you invest in fertilizer.BRADLEY'S. ,
carry them in a well lined \ and Mrs. O. L. Harrison and of Theressa. The game becamemore
1 I (an out of my' farm today( nnd L
12:25
: Sterllzlng Hairy Utensils children have returned to their interesting In the last half
box or basket and place them ,
take\ no heed of the morrow l.ettomorrow The Faint
-- Reporter.
i gently under the hover. The basket home here after a visit at Polk leaving the score standing' 1412In
lake of ItM 'If.
rare And
12:35:: Timely Flashes
Dairy
City. favor of Brooker. The lineupwas !
or box should be carefullyoverall
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so they drain their soil of its fertility -
-County Agent Rabbins.
Mr. and Mrs mulish who as follows Theressa David
by pluming without (' to keep the chicks from have :
I fertilizing them crops should. Jan. III: /getting; chilled. After the chicksaro been guests of Hotel Hampton for 1001'HUK B., Moore, II., Trlelt.J. I
as they <
: They let the nltrnnenocs countII11pnts 12:35: Primer for Townhrutrnters..Neighbor Installed In. their home I give several days left for South Florida ., Moorer, A., Hersey. Brooker, FERTILIZERS (

, of the soil leak out and go l Thompson. hem some water grit and milk.They where they will visit Mr. and forwards, Harrell G., Mott, L. ; ,
' 12:15: With the Veteran Inspector. Mrs.\ A. I. Gould( of guards Russ J. B., ColBon 'c.
,
I'' I to waste mid 1 do nottry to ('011- are allowed to come out several Sharps. center 'u '
'. Mr.\ and Mrs. C. L. Stewart P. UAA QUALITY"
nerve plant food by having some times during the day for May are the ( )
12 35
: Ilackyard Hint R. \
i ., kind of *- grit and water and each time Ihut happy parents, of a new ten pound The girls game was more closely
a growing tile
; crop on Fulghum, Look for the "AA QUALITY" teal on the back of every
: them back under the hover. son, who arrived Jan. 4th. The played than that of the boys. The
land
all of the
A time. They do not( Jan. 17: baa: of fertilizer you buy. It I b your guarantee of Quality; pI
;t return this nitrogen that has been III this way they learn quickly and little fellow lias been named Rich ending of the first quarter the .f
12:15: How to Raise !More I
lost and yet I hey complutnshcu (lastly. My plan may mean a little ard Dell May score was 4-2 In favor of Brook ,
Pigs III 19:10-1)1'! :
., I their Ho\1(| gets poorer and loll'ert'RC'1l I Mead Animal I A. L. Sjiealy nore trouble at first, but my exerleiioe er, at the ending of the halt the C-J''
Husbandry 1)epnrtmeat. -1.
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;s, I year. Florida Experiment Station. > l Is that It saves time In $*...................... score was 6-4 In favor of Brooker ..., \!] ,
t Rich land Is I the basis of profitable (he long run because chicks are a [;

farming. A farmer who looks( I more quickly trained (10 seek the : ZIFF J r
12:25RespIratory: Diseases of APJJE m )O
ahead( will this hover for warmth and protection. 4 !Miss.
recognize I and take PoultryDr.) K.: F. Thomas us- Opal Lewis Cor. COFFINS & CASKETS
,steps) to I Increase the From this point on, detailed Instructions 'a
fertility of .,Utant veterinarian Florida" Kxperlment ..'p..................... .\ncl n Full LIne of I
1 his land Station. cannot be given. Your DEC

1 And here we havo another farmer 12:35: -. Livestock Flashes exact procedure will depend on the Services were held at Dedan Saturday Undertakers' Supplies NOV.OCT.. -
I who sells and 1 cute his limber kind of apparatus you employ. Fol-" and Sunday by the Itustor.Eider -
I 'off of the land with reckleas I County Agent Robblus. low the manufacturer's Instruc- Taylor of hampton AUTOMOB1LK: : IIKAUSRlwna
Eastern: .
Htandard lime Is IIl1e.l.anl ,
1 abandon llo may have plenty tions carefully and watch the Mr. Leo I)jal of New York, Is .% on UniHl. Th. l.entrrtlre i
I the Bint.on; broadcasts on 8:10kilocycles. :i I
SEPT
,.(' now but the lily Is apt to come i chUks at all times to make sure upending a while here with his at thp .lowrat prlren.Pperlnl I

when he will feel the need of timber hey are comfortable and !growing parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ T. D. Dyal. nttrtitlim tu telvurrnpliorilrrn AUG.

and wish he had saved some it a lufuetory rate. A word Mr. and Mrs. 'V. S. Kay and lit JULY IT f

L *eer''I| I trees and helped. the young! ..Mrnr.nti, \\i.NssT.\ri': ilmut correct temperature will not tle son, Johnnie Ulehard left for ii E:(;i"rr 1:11 1:1): CM: n.\1.:11.:1&: : $

forest to get a "start on the cut- I-H (>.\II)K.\: roviiisr be amlsR. :Many experienced poultrymen (their home In Hlnesvllle, Ga., after DEWITT C. JONES JUNE : : c : .I

: over land. never look at a thermometer spending a few months here with :
STVHKI-1,0111 Hi.
Tho man who has a good bunk Miss Annabel Raulerson Ala- but lire guided entirely by the their parents, Mr anti Mrs. J. W,

; nrrmint today Is the one who has 11111' (county has been selected as actions of the chicks. If they lie Lewis. m 'a

I been looking ahead. lie 'lorldu'a' champ'on! 4M club garlenev quietly In small ('ontl'IIINllllroups. ,
; may *
.. $
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d the 'tOIl """ -- ?
i hare don* on a little loss In the State Home Demonstra- they are comfortable but If they - -- r __ JM\t\ .JIL .>I.t. -.

days! when he was laying his foundations lou Department has Just announc' spread out flat lifting their wings

I but he Is reaping now the I'd and punting they are too hot. Extend STRAWBERRY
,
: reward of lib foresight. The She received $50 offered by the their fence so they can getaway PLANTS 1 OF QUALITY I

man who wants to reap the same Florida Federation of Woman's from the heat or It a canopy ,

;: year he sows will lead to a ham Clubs for the best 4-II( record in typo hover U used. lower the For fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw- After iII

?A : to-mouth existence and. will never gardening and canning In the temperature. If they huddle together berry plants grown. See our agents and get your orderin m r.i :*i iv JXLH .

aciompllHh any big thing. tttato. She received $25 from the they are too cold, Gently with them g
or mail direct same to me. Plant crop Is '
I There Is a habit of success and Chilean Nitrate of soda Education ; force them to hover closer to the Depends

I habit of failure. Let us get Into al Bureau for the best Junior gur-; stove by decreasing the circumference l short this season every place so we advise! you to get order

,i the habit of success by planning len In Cast Florida and a garden of your brooder 'fence or In early and make sure of your wants.

; ; ahead and carefully following!! our plow valued. at $18 from the S. L. by using the brooder curtain.
:My agents/ are :S. 1). Wainwrlghit Jr. Flume !
F. F.
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ADVERTISINGTHAT
\ plans and stay In that habIt. Allen Company Inc., for the outstanding These things are only learned by )

t club garden In Florida. observation and experience. If you Bronnlee Hron., Bradford County Strawberry Assolatlon

,4, A man, who does not read and Miss Hauler on made a net profit do not care to trust your Judgment anti J. 1C. :Moor, Lawtey, 1"la.1 Prices good Missionary,
'. observe has! ouly his own experience of $233.13 on sales from the In that line of the graph that shows the trend of l
respect, the following from young beds> 1000 to SOOO, $;J. Over 30OO, $::.7h, f.
to guldo him one who reads garden those in charge of the schedule will be found sales it
;' helpful. o. l>, lirre. your can droop like a wilted plume, or f
f and observes what others are doing contest announced. To
enter the The first two or three nights the
has the whole world anguldepoHt. a cOllle a girl must keep a complete temperature at level of sleeping J. A. BAUER rise to magnificent heights-depending on wheth. I

,' I record on a minimum of nine chicks' bucks, should be between er you attract customers through effective con.

vegetables, two of which must be 95 and 100 degrees but never over LOCK 110V 38 Jl') ()XI.\, \RK. sistent advertising. This paper, with its circulation -

A good job of pruning makes root crops and.two leafy. Threeof 100. As the chicks begin to exorcise 1
I; spraying!! more effective and covering the Starke area like a blanket, with
these
clioapcr. be .q-
may for _
grown sum they require less heat. The .___' .
,
It helps to grow healthier mer. latter part of the first week begin -- the Stanton! Newspaper Advertisers' Service at the

,: trees and better quality fruits. The first prize for! :North/ Florida to lower the temperature gradually - -- - disposal of its space-buyers with every desire and I

: t, Droody hens should be--confined- county.went and to Edna for Central Burgess and! Holmes South of until the third it Is week.around As 85 at the chicks end resource to aid your business is TilE ideal advertising ,
many We 0 UDQ
t in cool airy coops and feed H good Florid to Mildred can charge
.t Murray, Lee will be fairly well feathered by YES your medium. Plan your 1930 advertising with !
!. supply of water and dry mash. county. Each
received $25 the
given end of the fifth week the us-NOW.
\ by the Chilean Nitrate I 0 IIHO 4
"'e Too of Soda temperature may run between 85 STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's ,
ripe fruit ls the cause of Educational Iiureau.'p and 70, being reduced .
: : until finally -
many Jelly failures.
..c artificial heat Is no longer re BRADFORD COUNTY !
Spuds Johnson says "Don't( try quired.
r
.. Too much or too little fertilization to fool anybody you can't foola
Avoid sudden
t of vegetables may increase wise man. and fooling the other times. An variations at all ke TELEGRAPH !
their even heat U the Ideal Garage :
susceptibility to disease. kind doesn't get you anywhere." condition. The general tempera

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, vasasa aasrsasasa''?,5'Ste, 5'sasasaaasasas sasasasasa i their homes In Meadvllle. Pa. progressing as It now Is, that an indispensable( element; In economic 1 '. llond Fund Hrmlford- -- -"I'ntinty h Florida. t,:

;( I Prof. George Bird left Friday any fortunate eno-mli ;la< be guests I stability. i' Hal. 0..< I.1 IHSttII 4040.4.! I' WltneBH the Nenl| of thin court, ltd ,
B. H. S. "(folptM iliirlnff month H.i4 nlHo the name f] W''
JOURNALSiKV for there will remember t'amp of the I' WarrnntH. ilurliitr month of. I Alc'rnltl. o,
: Greencastle. Ind.. where he Is Florida's business tor the new I'l.u-k of ..ld ..1.1 I, thin > -
on the faculty of DePauw Univer Palms us a most Inxplrlng and year lends Itself to a most en llnl. .Ian. I.1'.411e1fy l 192n F. /IIA519( I !) day of li.. .'o'wr.' A. D. IH21. < nh .i

pleasant spot In wlilili to spend couraging outlook for the basic' \ Ital her 1 I. T! !it" "" 4l'l( .Dfi (Seal o.1 W. Ar.DKKMAN.4'lrcult

... sity.Mr. the winter[ months. HecelptM clurlnu month ru-ik C.urt.
1.31!
=1& s'r.FFFdltor.ln'hl..t t3t.I3t."WIT"I''II/; 1 4
Morgan Skinner left Friday structure of the state's activity differs Warntntw tlurliiM! "month Till.III!

_.__ PAUT. KNIOHT morning for Wisconsin to resuinfhis On Saturday night' was the ramp In many re8pe't from the llnl. Jan. 1. 111.!iOillndtmllnK 415.04 I r
_,._.._ PEARLli MANNING
>Hitnnt Mdltora < EVA MAKCOTTK fire In chamber but Fond FOIl MCllOltl.
inks Editor, n__ _____ _u_________ . LEAH[ 8TUUT1I medical studies' at the University pow-wow on general national \luatlon.In nni P"". I. i MIReceipt 170.7 1..fIO.
Sport Editor ________ ______u___ LESTKR PHICB HOHINSONTmenlor '! : of Wisconsin.Mr. account of the chilly winds the .* durliiK month IBS H? We .'
Reporter ._____.____u__________ LENA: BKL.I.K HHKPAKIi the spite of the fart that national VVnriiriitH durltiK, month 2IK.3C the In.II"I"n..1 taxpayer nt ;.
Junior Reporter _____________ ___________ ANNIB MAH PKAKCM and Mrs. Alfred Nunn and I program was given In I main forecasts predict> a recession! In Industrial llnl. Jim 1. 1H2'.i! 1)1.3(1) 1'I""nn, "" .-Nrhnol l Plxtrlct/ Nn.

I Hophomore Reporter _____n______________ ____ HKN STKKNHl-iU: Mr. and Mrs. building and was as follows: N'Idmr'a receive .lr"'d, ('unnly I will .preKent tU5 r :
f MANY Gartner of Mead( circles tor the "ur" petition lo the Hoard of '
early .
", K-rvahman Reporter _____ '" HHOWNLKK part Hal her. I I. Ii2! 519.0411e..II't. Puhlo
-t; flD.elalll..uort..ra. ._un_ ESTELLB I{ENIi..1CK IIALI.lta JONKSr villa Pa., spent Saturday and Sunday Remarks, by Mr. Tlbbotts clarinet of tho new year thin condition .. ,diiflntf< month 164.78 InHtructloti, "if llradford. County, '

Faculty Bupervtaor uu___________ MISS FLORENCE MATTHEWS''' with friend In Keystone solo. Jack Weber community should not materially effect' Flor WnriHiitn l . ilurtnir" month 241.50 at 27. I 1H.IO.npeclitl:, al 1 1 ".'...ln.. k.. MnndlY.for Jan.an ,

: ---- ==.===,=,ter-rrennnnnnnnnn=... ............................-..- ..- ..-=...nncJCSVVVVVVVUr.e. ....-..-..... Heights. After their' short visit songs Prayer, Rev.' 1-:. 1>. Mowry( : ida. nurlntJlt'/ past several' Hill. J,,". I. I!i..lAvrlrnlltirnl Purl, 4J6.HII/; election, to drferminr l . whether R.k nr not __ 1T.IB rash .
years
Hellhrmin ,
Siih-Hchonl!
Jlere we are again! No, you sort of reminds you of a Are cracker here they went m Ito St. Petersburg Remarks. J. F.. Larson i Brass quartette Florida: Industries I have been undergoing I Pill June I I. 1 lit.IIHeceliitM !' 47.18 15 ..11.1 criiiHolldatn with 1".lrl..1 dlstrlcta No., rile :1\I

Mr. and Mrs. Dodd, Margaretand ilurlnK month 164.72 No. II,, in and Iff -
elect J
lean't get rid of us. We admit we and Sunshine Is starting to look where they will spend the a process of reorganization \ViirnntH' ilurlnK month. 125.till / .Nl tea and, .the mlllaKa thereru '..4tV" ,
Robert nodd ; rending Donna Hal. Jan. >. .1"I..rlln.
1 winter.Mr. 1. tl !illDllillnH 80.110 be -
and development along conservative 1..1 avaliint' the conxoll- I'
'Are' of Scotch descent, does that pfe-faced. Kerrk' remarks. E. A. Smith vocal Fund dated dlHtrk't
and Mrs. Hobert ofMeadvllle. i lint
Boynton .
!hoe
economic! lines which t. JU2! ri4.i.si:
J. A. llarnaare.
everythingYMany Say folks Just what do you think Pa. solo 1Irs.Vm.. Pierce, remarks Iterplpt durlnw month 164.72
iOplain are the guests of should place them In position to n. C. Molt. ,

K things have happened about this old Santa Claus gat Mrs. Boynton's brother and his Mr. Hart vocal solo Mrs. move forward Instead of having; to Hill.Wiirriintii Jan, 1.durlnir I'.IL'll!. month. _ \V"I.. C|I'.i. demon Orven.*. i it

; nee you last heard from us. In stuck coming down the chimneyon wife Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carr. Wald ; chorus young people of The curtail at this time because of past 1 hereby certify. thiit: 1 the r \". I C. ClL'mon. t
Is remarks Rev. Weld chorus nlatpment. ehowInK bnlnnrvM 708.2C'1 W. 1 I':. .
the first place most everyone Mf. and Mrs. Radford and Mrs.Radforl's ressa; ; tieKlnnliiK, Norman.K.
Mr. Harrison's house. We expansion. of And nt the e. ('. Ifodxe.
with/ the grades they received Keystone' Heights community the month' herein aboIIl1ltL'I., '
,
pleased mother Mrs. Hodges of Agriculture T. J. Moore.
think he must have had too muchto ; according to all 'of the receipt. and. wnrruum, lHueil. ,\ ._ tt3J It
their exam Of church choir. .1.I I II.
on papers. eat you know he's a pretty big Meadvllle, Pa., are In Keystone predictions, will experience' much durlnir Mild au+nth. correHimmlw. . with U' \\\nlnwrlKht' \VnlnwrlKht. _

jiouree j. there were some who were fellow anyhow, either that or he for the winter and are occupying The dedication services were I better year' during 1930 than In and the, rerd..* of my otllce.. and, In true Frank Moriian -_ 1.3/ t,
ccrrect to the bent
about them held at three o'clock Sunday afternoon of my knowledK \\". IA 1N 86 "
all hot and bothered Thoma* ;
needs to on a diet. the home of Mr. and Eire Lee the year Just punt. As Florida .. and ballet I .illno. vrtlfy thiit "
go _
tout even they forget their troubles Bloss. r In the main building the the fitllfiwlnic I III a lint. nf ,nil Bounty 13-27-r.t-l-3(. 1* *fe
business is greatly' dependent' I 11 'IiaF
upon tlepttHltivrlOH -
vhowltiK/ the
balitnce
When "Ole Saint Nick" descended Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reamer of room was tilled to over-tlowlnR each at the clime In 0.1 ;
1 agriculture this fact should furnish of the mouth, herein l .
chimneys. HOT TIPS with residents of Keystone. Starke flrnt .titated and the nmount of *e- Plrl'I'1'HIFoie: XCIIOOI. ..:I.l'TIO' __ s/
Jthelr Meadvllle, Pa., are in their winter nu optimistic viewpoint for curtly furnlHhed i t4lL

m Then came the new year; Say home at Keystone' Heights tor the Green Cove Springs and other surrounding a profitable year. and tho nmount hy each. anch of Interestimld tlepoiiiItory "'". Ihe iinderHlH-ni'd' taxpayer. of I 11 a"

i'''ll l bet It Prof. Dowllag had been Halite: "She wears too thin remainder of the winter. towns. The tollowlng or credited ilurlnir mild.. month niKltiK r The .
tourist llradford' 1 '
reaching
season now liy County
earlt
,;downtown Jan. 1st at one a. m. skirts don't you think Over one hundred guests from following program was given : its height. Is said to be one of of current Haiti dally: dfiionltory'balances: : ur un time iircoutit' tie- petition: 1t: the honed i..f t. llcMI'u'U.1 our In-

and had called the roll there Cornelius: "No only one." : Hymns, "All Hall the Power." poll. tn, ,. Hradfonl, County. Fla..
Keystone Heights and vicinity /the best experienced In several ,' .1e./!
WltnpH
Monday, Jan. ,
inv luliul till* l ht Any of I , m..lnK
'.}would not have been a single ab4ent -. were delightfully entertained' Saturday "We've a Story to Tell the Nation"and years and as this peculiar Florida 11..l1Ib..r.. 1929.n. 27, til:III) 'at I .' to auk. for anrloctlnn

mark. (Oh by the way, several Paul: "May I come nearer to afternoon Jan. 4th at a tea "hold Fast the Faith," Re- business asset Is effected' W. AM>KRMAN, to d.l..rmln.. whether or not I
not to Clerk of the Clrcolt, Court 11..lnJ MIU-Nrhnol DIMrlct' No. 16,
of our favorite seniors acted you?" given by Mr. and hire George Tlb- sponslvo reading, led by Frank any great extent by business conditions llradford county. ...hll .n..nlhl..l. with fIMlrl.t.. No. i ,

In a very undignified manner and Annie Mae: ."No, I'm afraid It betts in honor of the opening of Walrath, Jr., remarks by Col. Goo \ In other states this feature' Blanche Alderman D. C. Inl N, determine 10, m, lo I h..I..t lullingto be*. anNPNNrd ...* t l:,

were the objects of unfavorable you do you'llPaul beautltul W. Hulvey hymns "Behold Me uK'iliiHt the ..
;, Camp of the Palms on of Florida activity can be predicted ." .ldlt..d ditrlcf *-

Comment by the local censors. : "No honestly I won't. Lake-of-Boys. Mrs. Tlbl.otts. as at the Door." solo Mrs. Weld, address to be on par with past tones rnrrrio FOII NCIIOOI. 1I.I': :(:'rlO" 11. : Cronliy, .

'%Vell, what were they doing up so Annie Mae: "Whats the use, hostess was assisted by Misses by ])r. Harry Farmer pas l'. 11.. Cnxliy. ,

jite at night anyway ) then?" Margaret Dodd Gertrude Houser, tor of Grace Methodlxt!! church of Woodlawn We. I Iho underHlfrneil Hiib-Mchool. .I InzpnyrrN IHMtrlrt .No.of. 1i 1C.. I.. I..wl.Mcllne... t

I ..N.N.NN.vN.N..N. a of Bradford. t 15.11
Helen Lawrence Ruth Lawrence. St. Augustine, dedication prayer County, will |>,rt>.mMit J. K. Nornmn.'

jf Taking everything into consideration George: "Darling,, do you love Arneeta Ogden Jo Wilson and( Rev. B. It. Weld, pastor of Keystone :. TIIERESSAMiss -: our IiiKtKittlon petition. of to llradford the Hoanl futility.of, I'ublU Fin' 1 W.' A.T CroMhy.Croitby J __ S.U

our annual is progressing mo Just a wee little bit?" Helen Florence. The two latter Heights: Community church nt a n|>oflal 1 meeting Mi>'ndi* In,,. H..K. Kclley. __ .T.St
Rhoda ZolKler, Cor.Honor . 87 111:111: < tit I o'clock. to x' or an T. T. -
Very well. During the Christmas Hymn "He Must Reign, belled Cnwbv. L-
June: "Oh George! are counsellors from New York election to determinevht cr or not Frank Thomn. J.M

holidays the high schol teachers George: "Come on, just a teeny- and New Jersey. tion. ... N.....J....M..Ne Bluill Wondlawn. Hub-School. IXnlrlpt No. 8 II. riioina y . .
conxolldiit with I DlntrlctH H. )L C. I.ewl f.O
and the seniors had their pictures weeny bit?" ""Mr. Ttbbetts began' work upon( 10, 1& and IB, to elnct three truMeea Kloytl' l'rvlxby. 1.) .W
roll tor Theremia school
taken and worked,, on the annual in June: "Well, ye-B." I the camp only seven weeks ago OUTLOOK 1'OH KIOK1I and. ,determine the mllliiKe I to t><. aMHHMMed H.;. J. l.tnvlH. -- la.eb ,"
for sixth month : UKalnHt the voiiMollduted, dntrlct -
various ways.IThere George: "And It you married and already the two story dining VKUV lUlKiHT IN 10:10! : ( : 12-27-5t-t-24. 'r
Low first grade: Muriel l Hall. --
ma would your father give us a hall and main building Is completed J. H. Norman. riTiri: POII al'l1UUL : fUt"4 .
H. Ki.Kfriov:
; = High: first grade. Othenia Sullivan ThompMon.. la.rb,.
Is only department of home all our own." and fully equipped. The building }o'iorldlE'nlel's' the new' year with 1 li. W. Ktarlln

our work that la causing worry June: "Certainly George." is a large frame structure opportunity to make 1930 a year Odell llliiHon Bertha' Loper, I II I 'T. llonnelt. \V" th* iinderlHmeil: tuxpayer. of rt y', :
In Thomas Trlest. Second! grade' : W. 1C Norman. Vnnderblll; Nub-Nrhnnl DlHtrlrt No.: f .
or-
is advertising. "
and that the George: "Will you marry me? semi-rustic In appearance and Its of constructive progress according J. ht. Norman.. 10 of Itnulford'ounty. will preentour yu'
der to cover part of the expense June "No verandas Doris lllnson. Earl Geiger, Willie f. 1. Purler.J. iiftltlitn h the. llonid, ;
: ,, George. roomy command a viewof to the viewpoint of the Flor- of I'uhllu Ib.7lgrfh
.
Maud Loper. Third grade: : Kate M. IloHler.. liintriietluii. of 'llriidfcii'd '
of our book we must have ads,, ''Inly. Fla.at -- ;
Luke ot ] ;
ioya that \Is unsurpassed ida Stat Chamber of Commerce.It 122761124.Tl H Hpt'clnl meelliiHr, Monday, Jan. I
Loper Milton Youngblood. Fourth I.U t i
and so far we have secured only Milton : "I like to kiss a girl who In beauty. Every thing possible is well understood l that nationally : 37, I 19111: al I o'clock' lo link for niltilectlnn I ,,f
Krnda Herbert Cloversettle. Mrs
s Jj very few. However we will ere hasn't a lot of rouge on her lips." has been done at Camp of the 1 business today l Is more Flay Sullivan: teacher. I :\ O"'U" ,; > AI'I'H:'ill not \'1..1.11lIht'hm'l(10 ,1..I..rmln. whether hlNt. No.or I.Ut:.

confident: that everything Ben: "Not me! I ]like to get Palms to make wrtklng an Irresistible dosely-k 11tt\ t'd than ut any other 1 Dlxt. No.
Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Cooper and II IIV Iri ,
the anil to elect three '
out all right and that Tn Orrnlt frunfeeMmitt 1l.lt
come habit. Mr. Tibbitss has had time In our Industrial history. f'oiirt TwiMitv-Hlsth Jiiillrlnl >
there before the other fellows do. ( flvterntlne, I the iinintinl' of mlll.tfft ,
children ot Jacksonville were vlrtIlliiK Circuit./ llradford, : .
business men of Starke will paths cleared through t the woods This condition makes tor strength' ; h'loildn.. In chancery.. County, 10 1 till, OHNHMKI'll. llltUlllKt, 1 tile 10.1clnl..1 -
her Mr. and Mm. J.P. .
father .
"fcotne to our rescue ns they chiles Florence: "What three leading to such beauty spots as the Because of Ihls we have tor the Tlio I'owrll Minlth Company, W.' I"illtrlcl'. MiirniiKre.I. : .
Dickinson und Jan- NA
family A
on povntlon.I .
ave always done In the past.NOTICI'J words are used most among most cathedral of the woods the pow- flrst time the possibilities; of fur 1. Complainant.VH. . 11.: U HIIIMI.Kleiy " ."..,I IU.
uAry
Mnii.'
wow chamber and the Jungle It more enlightened and compact coordination . |. ,.
high school students? 1 U .
u r
Mi\ . G I. M. lleniiett and HOUR, U. l'. Sm-nf. rf al.I I. ..
Eva: "I 1 don't know.' Is (certain with work at the camp of team-work which Is Author and Jasper were visitors ii-fHiiilnntH.I. . .1\V.1 H.H Hnii.c|'inner.| ... "!

It nl..rl"N'| : bv alllihivlt iippended -
Elias Florence "Correct. fi"
Friday, Jan. 10th at 3 o'clock, : -. ---- ut Jasper/ on \\ucNn her 31. to tlm. bill lo fol'rrlnxr mot' I IKIIKI' 13-27-Kt-l-It. i

Mi, and Mrs. C. Sullivan and, In thi" iilmvo Ktyli-d I 1 rauxe. . i hut. th N
Inures for the annual,. will be '' Theodore: "I heard fired dcfeiMlnut, llulah. A. Sweat IH .a 'reMlil.MH "'1.1 ij'iov IMIII !< iiooi. 1:1.1'l"rluI: :
"ken the tollowlng grougs: 1, you J NA. 3 r 9 q How sons were vlsltora l In (! .of your butler." i .e d e; to PlayBRIDGE \&\,. Th u rsIny. of (" lorldii.. ; That. III'inMri'XN' Ix .un We, I lh" .iinilernlirned, tnxpnyer", of,
ileventh grade; 2, tenth grade Buster K. "Yes he removed s known to, .nltliint.. : Tlml ,nillant' haIIIIHU .. Kelly Hnl 'ho',1| IHMtrlct No 9 of IMC
: a 'ti c cI The many frirnd, of Mr. und .. illIlKtml'' Ncaiih lull Hrutiroril 'prenent tiiirpclltlon -- ,
ninth grade; 4, football squad ; ? . hoiiilry : : lo :the: IlinR\ -.11 ; :: _- SlII
spot from my pants. nh\ 'x. Dewey Chupinan of Mliiml and riimiot' iiHcoitiiln.. t tlu> ants nd- d of Public InMlrtutlon *
basketball team C Coach t I nf I Itratlftirtl 1 .
girl's ; Theodore sera; Tltnt I I then I IN I Illhe. I'a"n.y 1'I .
that's his I .
jobIsn't .
: \'ell. 1..1
hrlg 7, Coach Fore ; 8, Cheer uro \pleased to( hear of the arrival .1111 of Klorlila.. Known to nlllant 01IH nt n nptMlii! 1.ln., : Moritluv. J"". L__ S.
; 27. I ID.IO,
ICY"ituster .... | | al I to link for .
U. : of a lion horn to them on December InformantM Ibi Horvlii" of a Nub .I..k. anilectlon
sasses; 9, and Captains of two \ r' porno lipim' whom would, bind tin1MtU tit r determine l whvlher nr not ,
teams mentioned above. All con- "K. : "Yes, but It was a ''yr Jcrlcs .i922.X30 by? 24. Mrs. Chupmiin\ Is rememberedhere : Arfrmhull.' That .li IH over Kelly Nuli-Mi-hool 1 l , I illttlilt-t, No. 0. xhnllrnnxnlldnlr _ tL/i.

five spot. \. Twvnty-i* yell"-" of aMTB.. with! lUttlrlftx No. R, 10 t
a* Ruby Summers 1\ granddaughter :: : : U.J4
be and on ? 111 and 111, tu elect i
amiss please present -., i Wynne Ferguson It IH therefore , that. the three IrUHtee and
i of Mm. J(> cplilne\ Sulli ants .1.t"'I." 0,1..1. 'en1. ,, andHU I determine the nnintint tf inlllitire ,to r
me.
,
Billy "What la the hardest 1" hn HKiihixt. the '
: > 'u..M.,1
a, Author. of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE. VII Il. I. reifnlred t I" nii'|>i the. bill' of complaint dl..lr'I':
thing to (learn about farming? - --- tl.1 in mild t
M. M. BrliiHoii arrived home Cr hy.
I.KK: : fl.UIl ClIKISTMAS IMtO- .. mum, on or before. Moinliiy I he .

ftUAM 5 Howard[ Moore: "To get up at Copyright. .I\1I.\ :! by Hoyle, Jr. Saturday afternoon after spending 'olher\vlH('bird: Any, of Ihe I'Vl.i-iii.ry II11rKn11nnN: I ,, A. l h.of 1111:1; :, J.V. A U. 1"Iw II.II..hl'" DI.N'. ,, 1 lea*

a. m. / (Iho holidays at Trenton Itsreporlx bill wilt bv tnl"Mi IIH oiififiHel l hy \V, I,. Ill*
ARTICLE::: : ,J. 11 I'. J\. ..fohnH.It. n
1v'ry \pleasant' / time.
The following program was glut you.I IN . It I'lideihlllVlii. r.aK1a.7s
Listening!!: ire u farm radio further ordered that lhl
pro or
the chapel hour, Decemfer > l" Mf. It. O.! and 1... C. /.elglvr; of IHpubllHlied on.'" \ Illver.
8)i during gram is a flue way for a farmer to A number of maxims have ecn O.J.9 nvielt for
four IZ-27-Ct-l-4.1
( 12th. 1929, by the 13. H. S. spend his noon rest period coined for Bridge players to follow' Onlnesvllle spent Sunday with ford, (rnfMe' .llv.TeleKraph nvokH, 111 th<* Illiltl-. -- --- i
and one of the most common of these. : Y : their parents Mr. and hire J. J. / I newHpaperputillHlK'il J.
lee club under the direction of In I'Ilnl'k.-, Coun O'I'II'14! Ill'1 h'I 1" tL t Itr.n ",
A. E. Wall. ---- i": "Always cover an honor if possible". 10, 8, -1 ;: A n : 1".7,5 Zelgler.M'HH. ty I Kliirlda. 1.I",1 : 11'11 J.l Lr r7

This like cf( the others is : Z t WlfniiMM the H'nl I of thin. court, a*
rrs. Chorus "A Song the World, .....N.......N.e'N.. .. of maxim many : Ruth\ Bennett spent !Monday nlno the naiiiu of li. \. Alili-i" 'man', Notice In. 'hereby vlven that. Kluly./ 6i
only value when thexception are night with her slater, Mrs.\ Clork ...rh'' Court. tlilN 30th onyx after 011. hereof. on to-wli the i 10.1(
Hall. Keystone proix-rly tmdermmxl, The following A, 6. 3. 2 flay of vceinbcr, A. l I., l'2l.l. !II.. 22nd ilay lr 'nu' IM y. A. I h.) 191D,, I, '1
2. "The Heavens are Telling" : Heights.Mlj : I examples should make this clear: Floy( Sullivan.Mr.
eethoveu. Helen Ok den. Cor. The simple case i is where the declarer If the oucen' is led from V and I II! and 111..a.. Clyde' Hall Mr. (Meal) Clnk CII'cull'ourL' .. . .., willpreaent I la '
voiK'herH 1t
niv and nnnl I
3. "Silent Night;" by Junior ................_.........: I leads the knave you have the rovers with the king. Z takes the tritk and, Mrs. William Hall were visitIng i-a-fit-i-at. an ouch adinIrilntrator, to the qc.count a' ,;
-y T.T TT queen and dummy has the km?. The with the ate, fini-suics through A, and at Waldo I, Sunday.Mr. Inn"rllll. 0.. A. Clardlner,, county t 1I
Oirls Glee Club. The new home of Mr. and Mrs. cards m the particular suit ate i as makes the- next!' two tricks in dummy :%0'1'1'1: '1'111.1'1.111: ) : I" .rkr llriidfoid' : coiinly: : Klorld.i.: 'S.H r F'
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4. "Cantlque De Noel", ( b) follows: and has the thirteenthcnrrl good in his, Andrew! Drew of Tampa, and for lila xppnvxr I and my +

I H M. Buck on Lake Geneva, was 3 ho1n l. Jf, however II refrains (from who has Event. visiting Mr. and Mrs.K. In circuit Twenlv-Klnth dlHchnrKe a* uch H'linlnlHtrator.
{Nazareth. Gounol by 6th and K. 5. own < Court Judlrliil 'Till' 2ii' l dav of November, I lf>?1. I 1'I
Ith grades. tho scene of a merry party on playing Irs king the first time, and if, I S. Slbley returned l to his homeIn Clrvull 1 :", Hiadfoiil:: Couiily: N. l JI. VVAINWIlKlirr IL /
new year's eve, when Mr. and( Mrs. Y should the knave then lie- played! front Klorlilu. In Chancery. 11-21 1 17d ,
: : Tampa Tuesday. I7.M AlmllllMlrlnl
B>: Chorus "Hark the Angel'song" II. It. Thiilit'oinplalnuiit.-,
Buck entertained about twenty Q.7,2 : A B j: dummy he covers! with the king or, Mr. Artur Bennett\ and Mr. Arthur - -- l7,>!l,1, :,
Hall. four young people of the Heights : Z should the nine litUv rl|I. he does Ihly ( vx.Mre. I ;isoiiCM) '

i tor their the king A U must make one trim in I Moorer visited Melronu 'fulta- 1.111.r-onii, Widow, ft al. 1'11 1'\ 1 IMIII: : 11711
son, Fbrest and grandson I >
the edit day. .r.n'lnnl.
.WHIKMVINUH> TOIl.VADOKS Jack. and I! Z leads. the k1)"ve. and A must play HpearliiK| by iilllilnvlt. filed 14.11 ,
: 1'1..UU: Bridge, dancing games ) It also is wrong to cover an honor Miss Lniilne Padgett{ and Mr. I / Notice IH hereby iflven that ( r.
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ali ,
his it. I" count, H court" And (" ( US
queen upon Floyd
mado ,r".I of tax
the evening all too I with honor when the 'I'"ly.
pass an covering! William Hall KUKU, hat I Ihe the Moulh- *
f CITY TOXIGHT There are but few( exceptions to thii were united In marriage certificate 4th day of July, .t'l
\ quickly and the new! year was "In" rule but the point I thereof can be of no value whatever. .In 'r. (Citlton oil 1'nmpnpv' a 1."tl"I'/- A. I' 1127.* him lllKd .toild cerllflrntIn .
particularly want by lito nnllner!
[ < ut Starke flan .
AHHUIIIC that the cards. follow 'ami Arthur T. Vnn"l > ,
are as 1.1 my and' _
before the happy crowd realized to make is thaq if the lead in. from (I'. ,, 'I'u 1"I. 11'1.1111"" I.n
rl( I ,
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The B. H. S. Whirlwinds and and that there arc no trumps: Saturday:: flight 1./ aa r.'lv'.r. for I Ihv for tax .
' It. Sandwiches, assorted cakes dummYt and there ore two touching Hoiitliein .II'n Oil Compitny. WIN,,. corduitc. with liw. Haiti ciirtlflcafeemliraceii ,
Mrs. C. A.
YouriKlilood Is 1.1
'ornadoes will meet Lake Cityto- honors in dummy's hand shouldnot \ spending |Ihul} I rot: f n 1 coi iioral 11'km exlHl I Ihe deacrlhedproperly L- I
and chocolate you
served. Mrs.
lilght for the Whlrldwlnd's fourth were cover the first: time. Here I is an Q.1.10.9 a while at Putnam Hall with In, another atale I hail; ;Ih* xhile:: of .I r"I"wIIK' I I Ijradfoid o- ,
Buck was assisted In entertaining Kl.rblii.' whfmu. addieHi IM ,,.kn"wl, coolly, to-wlt: _. _
her daughters hire 'I"rhll.
Moorer "
qnd the Tornadoe's first basketful example: and that IIf.
no In t:
Y Ih..r. permm Wart N iitheat.
her : < Uun rice
by daughter-In-law, Mrs. Sarah ,' .t"l. .f
11! ot the The ; Mrs. Powell.Mrs. of 11' '", I the nervier of n .
game season Q.J.9 : A B K, 7 6 3 t"ctnnU. Townxlilri' H Mouth Kant". 1/its
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Buck. At late hour the upon Htiom would Mud either/ ..
lames will l be held 1 on the Lake a : Z : Ituby Galncx Is spending 1 1 .1'11. ,' null. defendantx 1 1 trial dlllKvnlHeart The" ,pontalnliiHr HO acre 7e.12H

City court beginning at eight"clock. guests departed, all expressing I : y : a while In Jacksonville.Mrs. h told I liuiulrv hnN l 1.IH.h.. under thi aHH.ants*. Hinent'.. tf ants)Hued r properly wax f. 1.

Local fang are urged to their sincere appreciation for the : Dummy : I The queen is. led from dummy. If B L. I L. YoungMood: children and the fiddreHN. of thi-, "/1 .r"/I. In lh' nufiiit of .rtrlr..I., "ual. N M. Johnon. -
delightful evening given them byMr : A It : 1".7.5 rovers with the king :and Z has the are!', anlN cannot ho I.. .
ttend. ara visiting tier parents ut Itx I therefore,' oidered." r that Ihe iriilene sold .
Z be
: : t here are four tricks in the suit for / Y. "Hlrl"At. .hll r. .11..11
and Mrs. aid
Buck and ( tlefendanlH
family. the Houl h
I'.1.1I. dxrmrd
-
lieu 11th Park "" dNrd
4) I But / only have two three of f ton ''II'K II.
may or on Company' ecu t and I will lMiia f.u thu tllh of
On day
Wednesday 1
SOCUT1'I'n.I.: evening Mr. and I If the queen is led f from dummy B I the suit in his hand, in which case 1)), Mr. Robert Kennedy of Jasper' Arthur. Vanderbllt ".lrslln., . WHaon. Junuiirv,, A. l 1/. .ll.lil:' '."1

Mrs. Buck again entertained witha should not rover with his king. If the by holding up the king, can make u pained. through; here Monday. ..".Iver. for" I Ihx HuuMiein liated. Ihlx I 4th day of l.eenb"r.

According to latest reports! acv dinner bridge for their son )For queen wins the trick and the knave is. trick for himself! or at least, can de Mr.11",... titles spent Wednesday CitiUiri Jithnnon Oil. Company rurpurnllun, and' I nlnn do I Knillcott and-' A. Li. IU21. o. w. : /

ijral est. The table was beautifully then played from dummy B should prive Y of one. Hfternoon they are 'hereby *rnqubrd| to appear Clerk of .H.OI.TMAI.( '
of our fellow students Includ- In Mrnoker. t. U.74/ ,
decorated with roses and stream- then play the king. Nothing can be The following hand lias been "sent in 11m lilll of conipliilnl. filed In thlNI'lLime l ('I?In1Y' 1 .
l lf\g Hazel[ Adklns Evelyn Stump, gained! by covering the first time but by a Michigan correspondent with the Mr. and Mm. S. H.[ Dodd of I
end Cleo Shepard, are recuperat- era of bright holiday colors reached something! may be lost if one docs so. request that our reudcrs be given a stunt entertained the TlinreHNu day wMe+ of ttia I" "ru.ry./ A. of I I' Kiilil I'tlll' bill,. clh..r.will 12-13-5t'l-10. 1.1f' .

l&g from the mumps. They have I from the chandelier' to each Suppose the cards are as. follows: chance at it: Christian Union on Tuesday nlRfit.Urc h.! taken nl'"ll"u../r.1. l hy )nu. ----- -

place where tallies were used as It In further Unit II.m' order :O'I'11tP FIVI. l lt< 1 .
en having a"'swell" time. l 31. with a watch party. Refreshments ordered. 'I'I.t .
place cards. The guests were Mr. Problem No. 10 Ite Vlhl..h.,1. on< I w..k for f-l ,.
were nerved at a late I four '':' week 'III the llrad Notice Ie I Klven that Kl !

J. Misses Leila Dea Andrews and Elwell Rob neon, Misses Gertrude Hearts-A, K.Q, <)> hour. Tho* prexent were: Misses ford: County, Telefrm |pb) n.w* Houser Elizabeth Caughey Helen Clubs -A, 8, 3Diamond. ', tmliliHliml In Him he. llradfordconnty I Ihe nth day. "hru.ry. A. D. 1910.
era Louise Peek visited In Juno Adklns Ruth Zelgler, Alma Florida.WltneHM I, the iinderlKiied . 'I."
executor of tr
Gainesville Lawrence Arneeta Ogden Helen .*- K, 7,3 Lee the Heal of thin annlno will of the late ,__ ll.it
last week-end. (Won Terenu Bennatt. Lucille Bennett "nlrt. 1..rv loran Htevenno
9 8
Spades Q th name uti.). W.
Ogden Messrs. Donald Pangborn Ablernian, o, dfcvuiiid prevent
ter why?) Hearts 7, 4, 2 --r------ Hearts T.I 0,6, 3 Margaret Dodd and Rhoda (Clrk of mid court, thin the 30th voucherx and final account aa '

George Bird Ernest Lipscomb Clubs- 6, S, 2 : Y CluJa-! KJ 7,4 Zelgler; Messrs. David Moore ""I of r liaceinher, .1. l>. IB29. executor In the t."nrllhl. <..0.: h_ .':2 ,

June Bullen motored over to Lawrence Walrath Morgan Skinner Diamonds J, 10. 5 : A B Uiamonda1/ Q 9, 4 Morgan Lee Howard Moore Jan.Trlest /Nralll* u.Clark W r.I: Court.. . ctouiity Uardlner.., Florida County. and ,ak .r for hi < _. ..04at.al
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Gainesville Sunday and had a fllrtiHK and Jack Buck. Spades 7, 6, 3, 2 : Z : Spades 5 Wilson HUBS! / Robert Dodd 1-3-61-1-31.l ltrcul ; count mid, nir dlHcburffe. a.*- xurh- ap- -

f time. The usual new year's party at Jack executor.Thm .
) Weber Fred Dodd
Jasper
Hearts 8. 5 the 61 h dny of I -.n
December
the Inn Ao'rtl H TO Ari'i:. .
was a very pleasant affair Clubs -Q, 10. I 9 Rennet and James Swindell Mr. n. U. 1 1921'

Estelle Kendrick had company Mr. J. E. Larson presided. Little Iiamonde-8 6. 2 and Mrs. Tibbetts and Mr. and fn f'lrcult WILLIA 11. STKVnNSO.V. _
Court Tw nty-8lth Ju J;>.ecutor of
jjunday, (who? we'really' couldn't: Shirley Parks gave the address of Spa<.les-A. I K.l.? l0, 4 Mrrf. World All enjoyed this affair .1"1..1. Clrclit. frl''orl county Larire Btevennoii.exists ut Henry .

welcome followed by community .. In fhlln.'y. !
frll.) 1.,9t.
much.
f 4KOIJKNT > singing; talk by Mr. Hart vocal No score rubber game. Z dealt and 'who was In the lead ted the five of h1 r.very R. Hlldebrund Miss, Jurk Irndrnr"nrporallon.County/ ., -t--- -- --- _.. n.n 11.44,

: KKMNAXTH I : solo by Mrs. Pierce, new year's 'hid i one spatle. A and Y passed and B i spades.The problem is for Z to so play (:""lllln.nt.v. \WTIfH' Ol- 'PIU' IIO-V .'(Ht _
doubled. (Informatory). /, the dealer the hand) that he will win the bahlnceothetrilkeagainatanydefenxe.Think Smith and Mr. Jom llutney of 'r.\ 'uhlru: : ..

resolutions by Mrs. Ella Bird[ F.M. with a very strong hand bid two / : Winter Haven are visiting; 1111111Smlth'lI H. K Hmlth. et al. d I. .11,11

Well here we are back: attain!!: Walrath and Dr. Rupert. Cake spades over the double and all pa ed. it over carefully and compare your sister Mrs. W. T. Wal l"r.ndanl..altlilavlt, filed In :Notice, IN I hereby, Riven, that' F.. .\.
ife and sound ready tor tour and punch were served the of diamonds and solution with the that will te I "pp.arlnl hI S..w..n holder of Tax ( .r'll.a"
enor A opened the jack one givenin la('a. > . l<> f"r..ln.. mortaHV No. ire. tin day of July A. .
l ore months of hard study. mous cake was decorated with A B were thus able to win the f first the next article. A Jolly crowd of ". that tho ., t:. II. hex tiled sold certificate In my oltlce
three tricks. At the fourth trick, I), young people Hrnlth. Carl. Kindred and i. T. Muffl and made, appllcutlfin for tax deed to
candles..
this
the sixth .
Some of vacationIth being snot
us spent our
went to the pow wow at Camp of y 11. rlllaenn/ of another Mate. lmie thereon In accordance with
mumps while others Just versary of the opening of the Inn. Palms Lake of than the nixie of Florida, that I Ihr law. Haul, certificate embrace
Itoys
Problem No. Iti Saturday arMrenn of either In unknown affi followliiK, .
.
fled to go against their raining! On Thursday afternoon Mrs. night and Sunday. Kveryone: enJoyed ant; that thxrrx/ nu prrnon In. the ed In Ir.trord d."rlb..o! propertyHunt, "Florida to* ,

om "Iowly' rats" to just plain Elwell Koblnson gave an afternoon i Hearts- none the trip. stale of Florida, the nervlce of a wit:
Clubs-A, K Mulipnvna upfin whom would bindeither Wet half, of t.nt 6. 9. 10 nik.
jigs. especially when the turkey bridge. The guests'were Misses Dia monds-A. 5. 4 tit sold defendant; that dill: 2< 1.llnt.lon Triby". ('0'*1.Addi 5

displayed at Christmas dlnJjer Helen[ Lawrence, Reda and Anna- i-Lf.HK.-H rant **.arch and Imiulry hue been lion of Northa
fas Spades -A. Q. 5 ; FIr1A1/f/ 1.1' liT ''I1JU:.'II'r made and the adjre( ofhe alark. .1 hlir -
and then we over-heard bell Robinson Elizabeth Caughey Hearts-$, 7 --- Hearts- 10.9 COUNT Pl/.MIM/: fendant cannot be obtained.mtld de Mouth* t '11.rl..r Itanwe.,Mecllon 22 Kaat.: I Township 6

>me of the druggists saying that Gertrude Rouser Arneeta and i 1 Clubs none S Y t Clubs -7. d, 5. .. It l la therefore ordered, that theants The a..m.nt. of ald propertr

elr entire supply of castor oil Helen Ogden. Dainty refreshments > Diamonds K, J, 7 : A Bt Diamonds 10 Bradford Monthly Anancuentrmant for of defendant, ,: H. Unilih, Carl under the Haiti certificate leeued was
county the month of Klndml and p. T. Muffley do and the of tlrknown.
(as out. were served at the close of the t r Spades KJi 1 Z I Spades-9 December, I 1929.irnml. they are herehy r.'IIlr..d i ti eopeuU i .tlnle**.m.oald' "".ltear. hall be re W

J We notice that Gratton ia be- games. ( Fade Ihe bill of complaint 'lied In *aldcaune deemed ". tax d..1 iiiN
rial. Doc. _
Hearts -Q. J I. U2 ttt.lt on or h.ror. Monday Ihe 3rd wil laaue thereon on the 8rd day }
Innlng to start to fly around. The Mrs. Ethel Swartz. Miss Elizabeth { Oub.-9/8 Kocrlpta durlnir month .1131.11 1 day of February A. It. .br".ry. A. 1930.
;
Wararnt durlnor month ,114.08111Ia. WM| .. the 1.
lance class wUl have to look Into Swarti, )1,.. Roy Bryan and i\ .Diamonds-3. 2 Jan. 1, IUf! _______ -__1M7.11 be allutatlon confeae* of l by said'II'ri A.fated U. I 1130.tale day
matter; but If the facts were son Garth who have been guests } Spades-3, 2 Mlu cad ....f.U... Yud It Ix.rnl ordered that O. W. ALDERMAN. f
rial. lJ..". \, lf19>> ____.,,_ _ .111".01 tlce ;., be mtl>lt"ih*,; 14u
(hly known we believe !it's Just of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carr over J |{*c.lpt. durlntr month ... .1019.11 week for connecullve 1..1
j There are no trump and Z U In the lead. How can: Y Z win all ol the trick Warrant during month? ? wek In ( County. Florida. ,
,o much chicken. Also Frank the holiday left Thursday for 117.41 the Bradford County m Fly Blanthe D. C.
T.I"lr"pb.
Alderman
article. ,
Solution in the next Hal.
against any defensef Jan. 1. UU __...UtO.U newspaper published II Itark., l-J-St-1-Ji.
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JmmT BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKOn.%PIT, STATURE FLORID Fnm..T..\
PMm _. ___ . --_ ___ r.\RY io, 104.,.
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i O -..-,-. -.-.! .... .mmmmm.mmmmm Aj Slate News, i l about sufficiently to be able to'' We used to carry an apple from ---_=-1

Bradford County Telegraph 0-- judge! but they are not going to be the mess hall table every night
From Other PensMay Imposed upon. We would like to JfiPs.lfrnthYl..ussell
Established 1877 j I. For use In beautifying Florida have the editor of the Starke Telegraph and take it to Satchel A, our

.. parks, highways; and Idle acres, or anyone else who doubts steed, the next afternoon. Ho appreciated Q Jt9'-

Second Class over 300,000 slash and longleaf; this!' statement come over and be It of course but never ,'I.:'
; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as 1110! be a prosperous one. Raiford .:
pines are growing at the really understood the sacrifice we .
TH
v Telegraph. 'the guest of the town for a day. If.t. Prr. Crrnp
:: ;f Mallei\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Bradford County State Farm for distribution at Stay at the Hotel Annie where the were making. How could a horse Hook-

'I Why wait till l\ltly-Avon Park cost, which will not exceed $4 a bent meuls In the state are served know that an apple was the only Diddle, diddle Dumplliu i J', ,

t :' If T. Matthews!\ - Owner and PublisherJ. San t thousand It is stated. The Uonl- and judge for yourself. All we dessert our mess hall cook knew John,

C. Robinson --- -- Managing\ / Editorunscm"TIO'l -- fay Advertiser says a one-acre plot ask is a square deal.-MacclennyPrenu. how to prepare? Went to bed with h -, \, ,
Northern writer refers to Miami with 080 slash pine trees will be on,

'' us "the nation's Jazz baby," but!I used In that section. to Illustrate -0- But old Satchel was at heart a One shoe oft and the mi Ii", .'
t k : RATE ho wasn't mean enough to add( 'I the growth and benefit of this tree gentle beast-for the same reason on, '

in Advance "raised the botlle."--Tampa to the farmers. who desire to make that Civil War Bootleg
Yearly, $1..>0; Six Months, 73c;) -Payable on veterans are gentle. liquor and ?n
their Idle acres productive. One
Tribune. John.
Advertising Rates Application -' acre will take about 700 trees, around town r You can usually tell a horse'sage -

In order to write good paragraphs and It Is stated that two men can by Inspecting Its teeth, but ev And
then
,. there '
._ was i'
be glad, them In less than a day, so ': --------- : .
The state farm road N: still on paper.o u Bhorlllner must plant ery time we lifted up Satchels A's old lady that stepped
v sad poctlcul, pleasing, the cost of planting Idle acres to up i .
gloomy What's this Up to take a look h's uppers fell ribbon counter and. .,,
affable and about and valuable pine Is .1- ''J i '
productive
Eftreuttic, witty.
A from Washington out. clerk for :
news dispatch match
a for
There may be 400 varieties of mosquitoes, but one of one .half 11 litty. Florida. Times-L'n- not so great; provided woods fires GOLD. And ,'m "?,l.:
:
says the flappi-i ,
{ > 1 i "
1: variety is one too many. lon are stopped._-CJalnesvliIe o-- Sun. "West Point cadets would be The only thing that spoils n brisk the cigar counter was t i, , ,

o It was---0-wonderful of Congress A test of the lines of the Florida {provided with mirrors to show trot la that on everytlme a cool autumnal morning down one' aisle_over._
you go you I
up
Gainesville is only 2G miles away, but the usual mail !man Oreeri to obtain recognitionof Power & Light Co., in Mac- them how they look on horseback know you are coming' right back
under a request to Uie house war And now, If we could l
healthiest girl last Saturday by two experienced l't
Lake County'8 clenny ''
hours.
is 43
schedule to that point from Starke I down.
department appropriations sub a tag-day for the beast ,,< ,
Jacksonville 1,
In the hall of congress, but what electricians from -
o-- we want to know 'where vas with proper testing Instruments committee." poor' automobile owners u I \\I
Satchel A and
hostess is who gives a bridge prize this of from Don't tell that. officers we never got to to buy tags, everything "
?'a' A tactless one as our own congressman all showed a voltage us army be what you might call buddies. juke
Eustis; Lake Region./ 85 95 volts from 3 to 4 o'clock are becoming so effete they can no
. something the winner gave her in the dim past. time?- ; JO/ No one can be really congenial, -
In 'the afternoon Instead of no longer! look a cadet In the eye and
Jt. I' with a horse whose backbone has I Sister .
l the
what Styde
r Well,, Christmas mean volts' for which we are paying. This tell him exactly how he looks saya i
t !New' state shellfish commissioner is a locomotive engineer to you?-Uradfor'd< County Telegraph works a hardship on those who are mounted. so many with characteristics Fence roll in common proposition is a bum )III, ,
a Then too, count of there .
but he'll have some job teaching the fishes the signal! It meant garnering a col- paying for something they are not Now when we were acquiring a he had such a retiring: disposition sailors not bein: ,
lecting of heterogeneous articles Rotting; For Instance, a two horse spot of education at one of the time
code -every we passed a shmly)
that will; make swell: bridge prizes motor will not pull its load unless mlllatry Institution riding Instructors
spot by the side of the road he And If this! bare-leg ,
N : r ( ----v tor (the little waman.-l\I1llml It has the current to back It up, In I were not a bit backward would look
< at me ns If asking for first
up thing
Senator Dill is after scalp of owner of KWK1I at Shreve- teach Sun. which case It would bo. necessary I about painting very vivid word his nightie friend will bo we know <
-0- to Increase to 220 volts to get the pictures of how one looked astride quarnnti;
port. Henderson will pickle Dill) over the radio when he hears I[ having licks on her raft,
The Went Coast Poultry Association proper power. Citizens who ate 11\ government nag. In fact, until I And speaking of horse SE'nA--

U of it. : handles about 75 per ('E'ntof using this current are looking to this day we have always IJellevE'dthot Satchel had lived for fifteen -
I years This BEST
l oNo -, the eggs Bold In SnriiHot'a and the town council fur Home kind of they thoroughly enjoyed doing had bualneilh' J .,'
and! never looked! the word"Glddlnp" 1 but still, there ,.
Munatee 'ounHell, P. M.[ Chllders, remedy, which we feel sure they It, and oh, the adjectives they did are sonn 'I :
that the fires
has been to In
one mean enough suggest up the dictionary. The slst that he who ,
laugh I IDUMBj
county agent, lleves.-lIradfor.1. will\ give. MacclennPiess.; use! One phrase that has rankledIn .
fe the is of Hoover's to give employment to poor animal was ticklish too andevery !
at capitol a part plan
County Telegraph. County agents ---- --- our heart until the present time time we applied the ,
'' % idle labor. should KNOW. -Miami Beach The Bradford County Telegraph Came when the horse we drew one be would spurs
down
lay and roll
over There
r Sun. remarks, "Combating; chain stores afternoon failed to heed the copimniul In fit of wast a time when. "i t, "?
----- --- a hysteria. had to have
--()- Is a favorite subject with newspapers "Oallop, hoaaa." With the a polish 'o KM' I ,I.
Alcohol leaks are blamed for conditions in this country. where socially, now all it i lah,
Many a woman marries In hopes these days. Instead of fighting finest show of martial scorn we We often

a t Liquor has never been known to hurt anyone so long as it remained her ship will come In, but gets the chain stores why can't the have ever witnessed the Instructor it please hear) tales horse or horses tales that(excuse a little SHINE ,i

' .y in the bottle. nothing but a raft of kids.-Miami Independents lake a page: from the said, "Mr.-, you are a dead do everything but set the alarm -
News. Canoe beat Jt?-Miami chain stores' book of success, combine mun on a dead horse" Oh, the r And among the enterum', '
clock, but after all, in the
words
IA li.. 0' Beach Sun. Many a shoe dealer their purchasing power and-- humiliation of it! Our pride dropped of the famous young ladles of my ocqualn'' ,,,.;
now Mr.
Show windows are the heart of the modern store. Clean, has put on a sail of kids.-Tarpon advertise. Any group of merchants fifteen po'nts' and only now horse Is only "a Webster, u Is the girl who thinks a bay; ,

Springs Leader. can do the same-quantity realize how much large perlsso- is some kind of a needle. cute ,
attractive displays of seasonable merchandise will attract we our feelings I dactyl ungulate mammal" so wshouldn't
0I.ake -- buying': and quick turnover-with would have been spared If the corral
k customers to a store. City Gazette tells of a hog modern methods of merchandising had been equipped with mir expect too much of them. And If you are so sure nc'' ':

D with a liking for strong drink Thetourtooted Chain stores are here to stay and rors. Perhaps even the horse, see TheRrtimrdu! per advertising don't get i r"' ,;

For some unknown reason the Republican regulars of the bog la a gentlemanl'omllul.t'l1 the only way they can he successfully ing our pitiable reflection, {; 1'euhur'd and'think nobody reads tlie I puP" '" "
to some of the two-leg combated is to adopt their have been ashamed and make a I'll dare you to offer a nvi,. i I"< i u
county have designated the new local organization of Republicans Old dobbin does not look so hot box of '
Whitman's ,,
chotol.it ,
ged variety under the Inflnence of methods of doing: business. Sine feeble attempt to step\ a little higher Nor Is he n'
very neat .
l as the chameleons. liquor.-Starke Telegraph. Or under it could be done-provided Su- ; free carton of Camels to 'M.T o the Influence of dollar-greed, wannee county or any other He has no fancy yellow paint body that answers your ad
Nor yet a rumble seat.

Tampa Times is of the opinion that to make the punish- -I.ake City-0 tiazette. wholesalers group of will Independents contribute their and Then In too those, ofllcers clays could without puss sentences resorting - Perhaps your sweetie scorns to Moses Folsom, versatn! + 1'1 ,

ment fit the crime the Indiana man with seven wives shouldbe i Just is predicted, legislative full share of co-operation, confidence to the smelling salts bet Behind ride of facts, who complies a

made to live with all of them. 1 candidates. from various sections and fullh.--Live Oak Demo- tle. On u memorable day a cut-up With sand a shabby In nag Its Florida material for tin !

?, are throwing their hats Into thel'lng.The crat. who persisted In trying to make And purs falling mane Times-Union each week 1 t
0 Marlannn Florldan. -0- hU mount do tricks hoofs that seem to drag!: years old, and still full of If' ,
the
I Lake City Reporter, for more than half a century in the Some tire retaining t theirs to talk The several cold snaps which clai,< was told to "Take during your feet Yes, !Maud well has faults, but mark ye vigor! carrying a burden ,,n'

[ Dodd family, has been sold to the owners of the Pal atka Uaily through.!: --Miami Heath Sun. Others visited this part of the state prior out of your stirrup and ride With budding that would swamp many.
are retaining their: lid, knowIng to Christmas did very little, if around every year, man He Is secretary of Mi
News will any the corral at a slow trot'
,t : :' and be managed by.C. C. Codrington. A horse requires IlOicense tag Marketing
It Is the only soft spot connected damage; to the strawberry crop in until you fall off." To Bureau, leaving
1 1 0 with their dome and decorate Its rear that position since 1917, 11''
around Starke and Lawtey, It Riding at a slow trot without -.
f Kissing has been declared dangerous by physicians!, now -0- Is muted. It is Bald that the stirrups becomes uncomfortableafter Key West Machinery! being conducting; a department f"<. I t tTlme..Unlon '

they warn of the danger in holding infected hands. And not The Staike Telegraph enters the 'strawberry situation In Bradford a. very few paces, but after Installed In local fish freezing he has that mpare :
j abbreviated stanza panic with: county la excellent" and there will five touch without which >h.>
or ten minutes the b
jolting o- plant of Southern
I {)i ,' a word warning; for the most infectious of all-the eye S I be at least", 2,500 acres In bearing comes: almost unbearable l Corporation. Sea Products not be happv Moses Folson I

\ _o.... SI. by March. The only damage the The fellow deserved credit. Miami--Miami Anglers newspaper 1n&.J01 many ,
Club
, 'f j I. Tampa is:, getting ready for the big South Florida Fair To which'! the( proper reply Is: cold did to the strawberry crop i I I though lie stuck to his' borse until formally opened.Jacksonville standing Uecord.. says the St Anon

U was to set back the bloom to some ] the .
end of the period when
and we -- Baker's Shoe .
Gasparilla Carnival 28th to 8th. --- .
January February Tampa Door) - -
extent. This Is not at all serious,
called
were to the next{ class. But Store, handling women's shoes ,
exclusively Tarpon
!; ': will give the visitors a royal time during this fair event. an.llt only takes the bloom a short afterward was too far gone to opened for business at t| tile und stucco Springs building- Tw no time to recover. It takes some eat off of the mantel he
--.>-- went to 114 Main street Pinellas t
avenue changed lucenlly
1r'/ Wuuchulu Advocate u very severe cold weather to injure the hospital I St. Augustine - Gulf Refining >
states that their streets,
: were Tarpon) SprintLeader.; strawberry plants as they are very

I j' ,- brightened considerably by college students home for the holi- --0----- hardy. bowers! however, expect Hiding. la a great sport, however, r Company of King: Station and located Kibe.Ma at street corner Tampa airport and('ongtrnrtfOl'lIew / }
: i
days. In other words: Wauchula was well lit during their tho The Starke-State additional right-of-way for, tho blooms to he set back by cold If the horse has his heart right opened for business. start here March seaplani 1stWHENCE
FarmMacclennydlghway weather.
f star ? Hut usually followinga -
, through; Maker county has cold snap 1 Is warm weather, and I naB: L.i'r : #
'
1I.swt"1
"itH'f-U
} ;
J I3 ; =
0 been practically secured accordIng the plants recover, put on new : z.; A:':.i ;-" 6. ;; ;j o .. .

, The ollicial fool-killer has another job in waiting on the to ollicial Information. As I bloom, and the only damage no-
ills aoems. to be the reason why ticed is a slight delay. I Ii
. {; .K inventor of the combination gas feed and brake for autos. You the grading has been held up we takes plants from two to usually three rN;

11 y wiggle it for speed and !step\ on it to stop. Think of that combination presume that Supt. niitch will 'I weeks to fully recover and bloom t tt .

I working ith three others in the front seat with the have gangs of convicts at work 'I again after the bloom bas been i t.;dH'M
> "
at au early elate. The 1 1
: driver route nipped.--Tlmes-lOll.
?
t ., through Macileuny. has been e.- ---0--_ '

; 0 tabliHhed. satisfactory with the Whether deserved or tint Mac- r e

'i'S'D D Bradford county commissioners are asking Governor road( department MacclennyPress. c-lenny Is getting; some undesirable

I.. i Carlton. to call an\ extra session to consider tax relief methods, advertising from arrests of tourists i I
--
exceeding the
speed 1 limit:
'f t"
1:i : especially the gross sales tax. This is a good move on the part The new auto tags are green through the town. No city or town I

'I:: of our commissioners! who desire to lift the tax burden as and white. Green for the trees In can collect enough money in this I 5.T l'' ;

much as possible Florida( when the North Is covered manner to offset the bad name It ,

, 'I' with snow, and white for narcissus. quickly gets as a speed trap, and I 'i, '
I 0 that bloom in the winter.-Jarknvllla > the community loses In the long rs

r According to reports some automobile manufacturers arc ., Tlmes-Un'on! Wrong that run. Kxpi'vlence; hna shown the I ry

J'I ''' worrying over the car that a mail order house will time. The green represents theolor best method of handling fast drivers -
sell for 1
of the
l money It takes to. pay In to let t them go with a warning l
r $200. The "puddle jumpers' ," as they are called, are said to for them, along with the gas; tat<:, > requiting bonds or fines from II vpe

',+I' have a guarantee of GO miles to the gallon make 40 miles:, an and the white represents the color only the most flagrant cases. tq
r" u man turns when he figures Starke
Telegraph.
hour. Tests of the must have been The tourists
car
made down grade I
on a up how much It routs him per year that come through Macclenny

40-mile long hill\! to operate his HUver in this land and there are hundreds( of them I

of no Income tax, flowers and
t o sun- every day--are not speeders, They
jr Texas has record Hlilne., --- Sebrlng News. seem to have some respect for the
a
refreshingly
uniquie in court
'y annals. --0-- laws and rights of others. The I ,
of the country. Convicted the first time of manslaughter he' Instead>> of the present method drivers giving the most trouble on

was given four years in prison: ; his second trial, followingan of panning laws every two years.Secretary this road and all others are the j

appeal resulted in of State Igoti( suggest Joyrider? and ns Mncclenny Is only
a conviction of second degree murder an all-time
legislature
'j composedof short distance from Jacksonville,
and he was given life. Not satisfied his lawyer again appealed four or five members from each we get more than our share of \

and the third jury found him guilty of murder in the first congressional district. The state them. Of course, they always ,
needs more business men and less make a howl. The Ulcer's
degree and he speedometer
was finally electrocuted. poi.llciana as pllots.-Sturke Tele
wan wrong. We were not
-- ---0---- graph. Some of the inteligtmtHla: making over 25 miles an hour :II

Under the new law sworn tax returns must be made by think the legislature/; meets too often Yet, we didn't know we were going COME THE FUNDS
. that It would be better to through
every property owner and in I any town and so on are
an attempt} to make the oath have sessions" of two days every the excuses rendered for
making
n more binding, the law says the amount of fire insurance carried sixty years than sixty days every forty or fifty miles an hour :FOR

.S must be stated. The suggestion that insurance companies two News.years Tallahassee" State through the main street of a town, CHRISTMAS 1930?

.u 1. in case of a loss, would settle on a basis of the tax re -0_ lives where their own and many other

turn rather than the amount stated in policies is A revised map showing sections never are had endangered. We have '..,- Will
an empty a kick from the con- they come from your pocket in one
i threat, as the state only seeks to tax the of the country still under federal servative driver who '
present value of reopocts the <
t man's a and state quarantine because ofprevalen'e rights of others and : lump sum? You wouldn't disappoint the
personal stays within
household .
or a -
goods: while his
insurance
l'' may of the rattle tarot tick: reasonable speed limit, and there kiddies for the world but how well
bo
carried on a basis of three-fourths the value of the goods I has Just been Issued" by the United are hundreds of them who you

I when bought new, or the amount he would have to expend to States bureau department of agriculture's through here every day There come know that mouriful feeling that comes with.

replace such if destroyed by fire. The state cannot use the map was of revised animal as Industry.of tick eradica The! can those be who nothing doubt this fairer! than for the annual Yule expense There's a better

lire insurance value of a man's property as a basis for tax tion work conducted up to Jl''elllbel' come and spend a few statement hours here to way.: Save against your 1930 Christmasbill.

ation and insurance companies cannot fuse the tax return as a'ties l 1. The. map shown 37 coon some day and see for themselves. 1. The saving
starts
of Florida season NOW.
basis for : within the "red"aoue There ,
to be
I seems
settling lire
losses. considerable
In
this! instance the little tax. which Indicates existence of prejudice undeserved -

payer might as well follow the example that the I the quarantine; nearly the against any-
whole
big man iW i is thing done In Macclenny and Ba-
going to set-make a sworn return of the i| of Louisiana under quarantine ker
value of the per. ,and county, most of which we are BANK OF
portions of STARKEAN
Texas
sonal Mississippi t indebted
property when new, deduct 10 percent depreciation for : an.II.oullltllnlOtherwise to Jacksonville's two
.;,; d each it has been the entire dally newspapers. Macclenny and
year owned and then make the further de nation has undergone complete Bilker

duction of $500 allowed by law. I I eradication of the tick, according I. hospitable county and people friendly are people the moat In HONOR ROLL BANK

fl to the Dlap.-Tallilhassee
F ,the country and we hare been

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