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 17, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Construction of Masons Install STATE TAKES I P. O. SHOWS RISING 4-H [ ..-. tin.,.,
Berry Disease Autos WithoutTags __ *141

Short Route Is Officers Monday OVER ROAD 48 GAIN IN 1929 CLUBIEETS:: Wrecks Havoc Outlawed


Being Expedited Bradford Lodge F. & A. M. Installed UlliI.lll1j, of "Stale Farm Homl This.
( Receipts of the Sturkn. post office Friday morning nt !9 : :.10 the It In- I With Plants After Saturday
officers for 1930 at their Year Rests. on S''I'aU'lu"' in 1929 not only recovered Ing 4I"llIh][ mot. at the school

AVr.Mt rutnnniVanl" Fl >rahomoNrcttli regular meeting held Monday evening KltilitofVaSenator ( from the slump of 1928 but sliowed lioiixo In their regular/ monthly I I i

Unlit Now. at the lodge rooms, regular > (he largest; llgure In the historyof meet lug. The meeting i wits called I'lant. CII)'. .Inn. 10 ..- A timely ., piio\lmjil|' <'lv Tit,-Thl..I.. (Cur' '- (1.33
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business of the meeting being followed 10. M. John Judge A. Z. the olllce!\ with I u total of $ !S- I lo order by I the president Minn I warning to growers of Hraw! berries of Iti'adforil I'oiinlj' Without! _- U.U',4
by the new officers assuming $99. 2 1, according\ to Mrs. Jwin- 111 I thin! !section wan l IMHSIlI',1, 18,
.Tan 14.--Hard-8urfac- -
I'alat ka. Lucille \:
Adklns Messrs. It. C. Wall and ing (if highway :No.. 28, the Pa- their stations. A committee M. Rdwnrds.; county engineer\ returned net te Yoiunr. luting postmaster.The . meeting! :Id !ice Jordan 1 gave u\ i this! week by W, II Shunt Tfl8 ft. 13:<* '.
of ladles( from the )Eastern: Star 1)28!) receipts $8.:1:11.51.: : prominent. nnd 1 successful! strawberry ;: .4t .
latka-I.afce CKy Short Route, will Wednesday from Tallahassee were food, demonstration. using Mt\('Oi A telegram was sent" Tuesday 4t
be completed to within: two and a chapter served refreshments at where they attended( the meetIng In 1920 when (the nUL'e118, potatoes I for the foundation of I the grower of I Hie I Hopewell I !section by \\'. S. McLln. acting; motor vehicle -_-_ a.4t
the close of the business reunion.' I t
bait mile) of Orandln by next Saturday of (the state road department made second< clasn the gross receipts clpes.( The 1(11"1"1'1'0 each given regarding! \ a illHease. which commissioner. to tag agentsIn -_ 13 155 l j
Officers are as follows; : wej-e JS.55S.fit ll.! while 1927! has wrecked % nlKht. according to a cnminunli receiving/ bids on road work a food health ami nutrition handbook each county advising I them that '.4
'atlou which( I the :News. received A. S. Crews W. M.[ and to hear delegations representing ) showed nil Increase/ of 3HG.3S(; 01'1 nilil MlftH i .lord.in I led I the dlHciiHHlou berrv crop I this %'.'nr. In issuing the I film! (date for securing license

today from W. J. Hoot of LakeIT..i C. II. Hayes S. W. ot her sections on mail mutters.Practically gross receipt. itiiioiiiit lug to on "I littl y need und 1 food* thlx wiIrli 11mg. Mr. Spurkman feels III would not be extended, but .1
"vlI. Traffic wlll- then come L. Ii. Green JV.. '721.9( $. $8'-1 to inert I Ilielr nepiln. ," I lhal I perhaps ho can save other
every s.I'llolI of I the which wns thnl.! I Inspectors' and olllcers of I the
B. i';. !Mcllae Secretary.: In 192!* tile growers! from ( lie n I most I total' I I loss
through to I'alatlia! by using tWOniIIii (]itmvter ending Inu-rpsllng I well
lid .
state was represented with picas very us us 11(01. law would bo asked not (to I arrest!
of Rood dirt road. The hard- I.F.) Stump, Treasurer.C. March totaled, $2.165.41( : June Ono( hour I'I I of I a crop which IIP has! experienced ' 0.51'I.
that road( work In I their districts was given to Hewing.MlNS motorlHlH without l !91:io( tugs/ until
surfacing extends> from C!ran(din to :I A. Futch, S. D.) be Included In the budget for 1930.! iiuaiter' $2:11:< IG.07 : September, : !I Jordan'
Lake Hillier, Air. Hoot Bald. one WIuKlns, J. 1 1). Of Interest to I this section Ix the quarter* $2,011159(I I ; and December ( I1IU(erie I for equipping' I I a sewing This new (disease or norm, Is In the I telegram" to (the local I tag

The communication follows: J. L. Vlnlng, S. S. acceptance of state road 48 from nuniter\ : $2,41i..1i1.I It In believed, \ I bug; and 1 t the d n's and l ,don't''ii mill lo work lit Hie heart of (he olllce. Mr. McLln\ reminded lag
Kditor: Palatka: Dally News 1-3. A. Supp, J. S. (he lust quarter I / would have shownconsiderably of( log. T'uch: plant nnd t the effort oil I the plant ,,
Starke to the Clay county line. SCW / girl brought/ t along agents: t that the final (latH for se-
N. Sternberg. :Marshal.L. l I are very ,similar I I I to I the French
mure bad I there been Inul
Palntki flu Senator Johns stated, Thursday a flower sack: and I these were built t cultiK tags was set for January 15, ..
Deal Sir: W. Kickliter, Chaplain.J. n1OrlllllA' This !road was built by t tlio iiHiial I crop l' of I pecan! Into Hewing/ hits which will lie disease. Mr. Sparkiiiun unlit I that I :i tt() days ago/ In order to give; every 311.55
A. Morgan Tjler. ((('('II it( of C I this ,
The (44 he did 1 _
JuSt another echo tl'om"est I (ho county and has been kept upat : Post 0111(0 premises( In undergoing made very attractive t ( I I at I (our next not pay 1 particular person' < ninplo I time I I to( secure tags 5.1'

Putnam and adjoining territory.'o I 4, 'I county expense but with its acceptance ) a complete renovnlion at iite('t (nit! by I tlelUK and dyulng I bed.s attention 'to It III hIs plant i but ( lint knowing Hint In (he past ._ 1T.JI
\\ are% unxtous for all ot our tills lime and Ir thin parlous' will I tile I this Hummer. and. an u result _
Home Demonstration by the state road (department in. : (lie time has been set III this way B.Z3
friends in Palatka to know of the following completion of widening bo patient' t order. will I I I he restored After t the innet tug the dlshon. paid heavily with plant.s. Tho! dlseaso and at the last minute lmnged., he j ,

splendid progress In tho hard surfacing of shoulders by lounty with as little dt'lay and inconvenience I Unit t had been ;prepnred i t the .demons \- I .01'01'11I., which bus proven' l Is go'ng lo ask Inspectors, and officers !:TT .O.W

of Hond :No.. 28 from! Keystone Work forces! the state will\ relieve the as possible.Appointment$ ..... ration were served', to I the glrlst.; (HO costly |In him I in his i Htrnwberry t of lInt law lo refrain from !I.I.
u. activities (his
year. he ,
... believescame
)Heights toward Palatka.
luiunty of any further expense on arresting! motorists who liuvo notei'viiu'eul
This road I 18 now hard-surfaced( In HamptonA upkeep. That part of road 48 (In Of tIt, :\ lull: ('CI( )\'l'I''i .I' iN: TO IM.1 (hn net" wllli out his last nursery, stock which their tugs until after January '_. f.1

from Lake Duller to a point parallel St. Johns county was also accepted ( ritox i il: January. It mllde11M I IM.1$ I Ho said'. I the closing. data :

with the west limits of Putnam meeting for the women of it is understood( but action toward P. :M.: Deferred paying appearance' \lithe u In Ills heels, but remains us It tins been set. ( ;

Hall\, connecting with the Hampton was held at the community !I taking over the section( Condition of Cluitley Mil ill re of Spark ma n let. attention It to II. Mr.\, I The line I Ing ngent reported total
county lateral to 1\Il'lrolle. Hy next through Clay county deferred. I llumptnni shot In lie remain with( I the! sales of for
hall Friday afternoon at 2:30: ; was I leg will n result I I I Unit I I several I hugs automobilesup 1.nl. \
Saturday night the hard-surface I for the puipose of discussing; home I 1 Senator Johns also took up HIP According I ; t ti it report received loud. of InicUshol\ on I the. night of hroilttht I I I the heavy ruin I to WeilneHdii.v, afternoon as 118 .
will he cnmnlete to II. point within demonstration work. I I qtiesi ion of the state farm road< I from Jacksonville, the licpiihllcun January 4lh by ('lIrlIHlrewM of to Hie" spivail'1 of I thu disease I truck Inns( nnd ::120 (cars or apprixflinately .

B two and one--halr mlll'lI-of Orandln. Miss Jordan hud quite a displayof or the continuation of road 481 state advisory committee meeting! I Hnlforil( I shows n. uleady i I I Improvement so.000/ "hllIIM1111 extent (Unit n lied of ( 1 I. (nlle-I hiI'd I of I the vehicles 13" '

H This vslll allow traffic to come posters which in themselves explained through Bradford( county to the "li$ Orlando last week fulll'lln( lake anil IK now mil of danger. ed. out. Prior practically( wip,,- of I t Hie I'nllllly.Inlul"y I ! and

through from Palatka with only some of the work that has stale farm. While the road( department any action toward filling the vacancy Mo Is Hllll ill the (illl hospital few 1 plants In the In the, I rains only a Tuesday I the olllce wns ei.wdedwith 1.1 VI'
bed .
about two miles of good dirt road been done in the state through Is ready to Include I this road I In I the local I poHtufllee. ( ho wherelie was carrli-il on (the nigh i h.. Infested but appeared to t those waiting I their turn to *

f to travel. home demonstration work. In I the 1930! budget/ : and will complete mailer t being! I Indefinitely< lo"tllOn-j of I the slitiut log./ Andrews Is still i the within fifteen. dnysnfler secure llcensit but Wednesday art ,"

I Wo nil feel in this section that Miss Jordan explained Iiow the it during 1930 the county ('(1. The agitation: over selectionof at I large! I tlio /genera I supposition' I I l)1L roil. |III rains ho I (Ihe, entire i bed ap HOOII< us word hml been passed >. -37.'*, t 'II

the efforts of your splendid sheet work was first started as a 4-II tomato must secure the new right-of-way u postmaster. from I the I hree deflared being that (ho will surrender, usHOOU did I i i I ( he. .disease I luff-sled HO rapidly i I around of nn extension I t to Sunday

,;\ Is responsible In a great measure dub, of its growth and the without delay as tlio department eligible hUll 1't'IIIIIt(1 I ( In I the Lilt he In iiKsnred< of his vic. the rains.On Hpntad<1 following I I HID. crowd I II In mui.ul. As n result I u...

for the early (completion of this future po slbllitteH of the work. made It plain I that they would not Use being reopened and. nil six of tim's recovery, ( unit, thai he will Ills the tug olllce will again Im, besieged -

road. Po not rest Mr. )Editor, but She also explained the program of construct the type of rond they had the original iippl.cnnU' ; ( reinstated. claim I the. shooting accidental.( which September" settings, Saturday. I Hie last. day with .. "
wer
make every effort to get the work that Is being carried on by In mind on anything less t than the Fur several (days of last week u .- (tains put out before I tlio many who will not Im able to seen Jut
weio nil .
rtretch Klorahome to Palatka under the women In this state. standard width, rlsht-of-wny., ; and representative\, of die civil !service j jcommission A good' new year's resolution I I I : I does over. Mr. Sparkmun ro II lug
not expect' to .
way as soon as possible. This It wan voted to organize a wom I the present road per of
will\ nprii up one of the beauty an's club there and the following would! not be satisfactory for Its I the Post 1ofl1t"6 department\ were In more' for social.I I l'I''I'enllnllal.' I I and of ( lie Infestation n u crop( of' nil I the result : of (Ihe new law requiring1 -- S....It.

spots of )Florida and make life olllcers! were elected : President: entirelength./ town. Interviewing: I lie cltlzeiiMhlp educational, I I Improvement.' A warning this dlseaHu.. payment of personal tux on cars -

,worth living for a long-suffering Mrs. \V. B. Alexander vice-presi Slate road( 28 will iilno bo (completed and getting their v :ewn on t the. nlill- M tin-.. beginning of thin year wns Issued last summer linforo iv lax will h,. Issued, In seen _ 1,4
.
public in west Putnam county. dent, Mrs. 1'. 1 H. Hunt, secretary.! ( from Lake Uutler to Lake Ity 11 nd /general xtandlMK of ench farmers should(I I .determine' I where I hun regnril Slim'ng I ii II tui.ad by A, N. !llrooks.of I I in I the report of Tux ('ol lectir .- ]L4(

tti closing we wish to call attention :Mrs. O. 1... Harrison. A program City this Htretch being/ I Included( I III applicant.) It$ i iH not, tlionitht likely louses and( in intakes occurred\ last I MtuI I Inn. Thus g \ experimental I I I Knight; huh,. record.showing" 104 I
to the splendid and effl- and l'omm41tee the 1930! :i budget( when Columbia that any ..('(Inll will lit Hi ken soon yoiu'. fur III) menus of curs/ ndded, I I II I) t the tux books since ,- l.s.u..1
membership
was ,
conihullntf( I Ihe
r'ent" work done by the Ciillesple\ appointed by the president.The county agreed to turn over Its on filling the vacancy, and. (lie I South .Jacksonville -- New pnvInpr found. / disease him been November llli!) und it total of
Hie
Crnstnii'llon Company who have regular meeting will be hold funds I.r the (iepart flit-lit. Senator present I temporary: nppolnl. ineiit: j I I on Myrllu avenue completed. )' of ( only wny to. gel II out $1135.7(1(: ( being! collected! from thaowi'ers. 62 2?,
u palch' ( Is
the contract on this stretch of the first Friday lifter the first Mon Phillips of Lake City. slated the, will etunil.l'iiiiietul and I opened I lo t tnidlc.! appiiifiitly" being to .pull It Is believed 1 this( total
I .__ up I Ilio Infesled i I
road. The personnel of this construction fund.s would be pinned I In the plunls and. burn will I I I bo morn I Hum don u bled be for
I hem t'S
sill.
j company Is the IItiet and hands of I the road department an' 111111'I collections I are made.Dem. S
most earnest set of men that the day.Work soon as the budget for the year Sea Level Ship Canal Mr Sparlunun )I.. nnxlons I Hint --. liii d'
urovci'H keep ilose. .ii '
p lali u
writer has ever liad the pleasure Starts On wns adopted. Lake Duller did not I on I hell', ,
, iiurmry stock and,,
of meeting. They have labored have I a delegation at I this Hosslun, tlui minute they Executive j] ..4'St

night and day since starting this State Farm Road Senator Johns, being assisted. by Across Florida Is Aim HIM plants"* I tills(out disease of this nhow lii'd up get (Hie I t' $ '
before
Hut
estimate to make It as good as the !Senator; Phillips getting! this end Committee Meets
.. .dlseiuui Hprends. I I I
wltli I Hie
I
of ----- -- -- --- coming of ,
bent anil with the greatest speed, road 28 Included in this year's I
; 10.4
| Cjimil( I'riiin iiilf. lo .\t- wel weullier. -
which they are accomplishing. :Macclenny Jan. 10,-The maps work. | IIII-K\ and cents. 1"1'11111r..xnM portsmlllloiiH ,
.
Fours for Hoard 28. for the new hard road from hereto Tho local delegation was also! l.nillciinM I J 4'nl I .\( pee. I I I of Imrielx urn I bfng. | cnnHtnntlv The .disease Ibid shown up with h"l ust meet I Ing of I Hie. I Bradford I
I
\V. J. Koot. Starke via state I farm were filed given assurance( of an early start I llriuir"nl, Count) : shipped In (ocean tankers of iv tint of /reil In I the now 'I1Vl'H of County I Democratic) Hxecntlvt: ,, laJi

with the Hoard of County Commissioners I on (construction on I the bridge connecting "iioimoiiH( size to llalllinore und Iho plant., Only iv fuw appear' at ('''11111I111" .", 111"11I1..1'11. of which I

Monday and were unanimously Bradford mid Union counties Mi'\ W. It. McAdoo'\ an tugt ni'er" I oilier)I i eastern I polls, ) and. I they nitiM first, a'ol'.III1K to I hit experience were, recently I appointed by lion I tT:11": '
THIS! WKKK: : TO( FINISHM'HVKV *.JI
!' approved.< the delay having been caused( of note, and I Incidentally brother !hear I Ihe cost of lhi limn lost Ingoing of Mr.I Sparlimaii' lint' once I Ilin, I U. I If. Wells, stale chairman I was ;

: OF IhIHIV.tYMliii H2: Col. Walter Dopnon was Instructed I In a (hange of plans upon: recommendation of lion. \VIII. O. McAdoo, In I the around Florida I Instead of disease I (hUM II fool hold I In II ,bed. ,I lield Friday. night III (Hie offices of: i. tltfilvl'Wfi'M

by the board to at once of engineers. The new I leading I figure i In the i movement going straight n<'rosM I the stale.I wet, weather' will 1'1'11.1 It lIke I j' ('III. H M.\ .Iohu ni.. Very I little I business '4' ,

o Ilonil, Peparlmeiit Kxpected: proceed III securing I the additional bridge will cost nearly double I that I lo 1 build> 11 sea l livEl' ('nil ai tic'roes Shipments from I bin east III tile wlhillm I Wild transacted ut this I lime, l'p! J

f To Order, iriulhiK. o( Itoud .\.tr right; of way. of I he one first proposed considerable 1 Florida, ,connecting I I tlio flulf I ut south, and to oilier parts of (list For t HID benefit I of any g i'o were I lie meeting being. nun Ituly for or- : ".$$y]

r .'1'I.tllICI."t( : Wrtliii'tuliiyThe State Engineer Duncan was over concrete to lie used In ( ,'diir Keys with I lli Atlanticocenn world, (could I.! lIe inado/ with I I eipiuliiilvimlaKu ( I who wish. lo secure further Information Kiinl/liig' and, electing; stain and J. ini

and approved the route last! week. strengthening this structure for \ t through( HIM St. .lulins, river. If touch, n ennui I Ill we / ( on I lithe. dim-nun" for Hudr congressional delegates. Senator 14.11it.f

survey to make a final 'location The road through linker, county I protection( against driftwood during Mr. McAdoo[ and family are spending ( have I Ind'caled: ( would lie constructed. !- prelection( Mr. Spiirkmnii, Invites Johns was, !Ht-lected gus state delegate *

of Highway 82 between with two exceptions follows (Hood( waters. hide will bo advertised the winter months In St.-irke ." unyonu I to visit his ,patch(, where I to represent Bradford( county 4
Lake City and the Florlda-fleor- the old road bed. A long swinging for and (contract let with- and( his prnjmHrd' shlji cnruil In of And, In 1I110111..rllIrl\ of this (IH- grim or iIOuuo'o of) I do disease I Is nnd, Mr. J.V.. Andrews, Jr.,

Klii Plate line will be completed curve takes the plane of the in :III() days, according to present special Interest to (thin sect Ion. Inasmuch cut, of I Manufacturers! /Record nnmt vividly i ,I iippnrent.Mr. l congressional/ I I delegate.Membership I t -

this week by John H. Blade, fte'd( abrupt Coleman curve and practically plan I us the( preliminary survey I IN curried I IIIH following b I nrtlilti by. Kpnrkiiian declared; : "If of (bo executive I- 5 >t

engineer! working out of the state { the same change; Is made In shows the route of I tha ciiniil will Malcolm/ / Mc/Vdou who has' been anyone .don his I the HOI'OUSIII| ofIlils committee Is as follows, : T
road department's district office bo I dlseiiMo. I'd I I" glnd It. C.: 1It'1 bnl'lel', Brooklyn.Chairman. .--- tt43
the double> curve Just north of j Just north of [.lIwl'y, coming sojourning III this city for sorno lo havnttiein .
here. In time to present the results Manning Otherwise the new road Organizes 4-H almost I due( wt>Kt from Miildleburgacross l I little tlmu: come and/ lonli' 'ut my patch.' ..143.41IB.

lo the next meeting of the state follows the old 1 route to the road the county and out through: "[ am nnd( IIIIVH been for lie( I __ .. I r.. I If, I HIM I i, Luwtey, Secretary 11,0.71*,

road department which will beheld 'Into thin state farm j junt north of Clubs Locally the southwestern I edge and on to last (live I years lull-rented, In bringing I t.., N.\t: 'l' ritoscri:; i: iM'lVKItH : and Treasurer.
Wednesday. January 15. Thesurvey 1. \\'. Andrews .11'.. ,
Untford( where It turns throughthe Cedar, Key.Unllko I uliout a deep sen-level canal ',\ ; "rM.i.sS.NOIIMI ; nnd J. M.
by Mr. Slade has been In farm toward( Starke. otli(>r canal project proposed from tidewater t to tidewater.. Alvar.Atal'ke.:/: .
progress the past two months. The actual work on this projectwas Wednesday afternoon at 2:10: I ; for Florida. and suitable I I ( lie northern( part of (tlio Florida across : i';It S.\ Hi l l.t\IS r.. II. Alexander I IIIIm(>loI.

The state road department made started this week when Supt. o'clock the 4-11] [ clubs\ of Starke mainly for bouts of light draft or \peninsula."' Such Hen-level canal (!I. II. ItohertH flriilium.L. - ,,41

an order( at Its November meetingto Dlltch put a force of convicts at met In the school auditorium for necessitating( I the: construction of would, old iv iatti the necessity, us Florltlu I la ii ''iii yore cannot hopniscciiled It. (lIt Iney. Hrooker.

the effect that the gradlnot\ work at the state farm. and It will their regular monthly meeting.,! After locks this anal' will have forty with barge canals' proposed l fur wilful fnlliirn (to list O. W. Andrews.' New Ulver.

Highway No. 82 from this city to only be a short time until work much discussion It was decided feet of water nt low tide\, ami will ilIa..... of changing (, ( at across'literminal. I their personal I property with lax ---.._- M.14.,
cargo/ en
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the state Hue would be authorized best to divide the I assessors. nniler (Ilio, ( mi.i" 'i.o will start here a camp Is to he group Into two bo of) nilIl( <'lent" width( for ocenn I llnrr I I new coinpul- fI t'.*l
and( mnde the subject of bids by built. we understand just south clubs, and they were given the to pans through, In wifely Kory lux act i If I HIM asMessurH fall I iv ,;r\ .\I..WI.S.( : fl flI -- U.

(contractors at the January meetIng of town to take care of the con- names !Senior; and Junior 4-H] [ This l route will .be approximately "The result of my stitd Ins, lii'sedupon to send them Iuot\ let's for such list- -- 1 I.J.

of the department. The county vict labor on the project In Haker clubs. 72 miles I long, meaning u saving ( complete. topographical, I mops. In/1C, Attorney lit-neriil; Fred I II. i>uvlf iliifortunnte t Hhoolnl accident IAn -- _. 144 2.

has a fund of approximately county. Tho following officers, were appointed ; of 500 In fiuo) ) miles to vi-sHflri' /going leconliolsKiince, and engineering said In nil opinion given ru- ( occurred near Luke Butler

.$165.000 for grading the road : Senior clut: President around the end of I the mate. data, state and, I'nlted KtatcH ('olltly. 'lust week, when a four year old I _. 4.,n.'

which will be turned over to the W. J. HOOT A VISITOR Kstelle Kendrick ; vicepresident.Pearl In digging this canal the heaviest shows I that a fciitdMo, us well as Two sections of I Hut law, he oxplalned. you nuttier was Injured MO badly by ..' .

state. The grading work will be Manning; secretary )Kva: rut will (bo through tlirt suet lOll the only feasible. routn for such provldn for the niiillliig of ii shot KUII discharge In thu hands ":_ :

done under the direction of the W J. Root who owns propertyon Marcotte; song leader, Leah north and northeast of SLurke Una-level cunal Is from the head' of nollces' by tax assessors with of 1 I Hi-year old youth that the
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-elate road department. The road state road 28 south of Keystone Stmth ; cheer leader, Martha the profile showing a depth of 210 tidewater\ on the Kuwannee riverto I blank forms to [IITBOIIS, firms, cor- leg bad to Im amputated. by surgeons ._ :J

will bo hard-surfaced late on by Heights was In Starke Friday and Brownlee. the head, of tidewater on the porat lotus or iiMsoi'latloax' who ln In Lake City. . .

the state and federal governments. while here a visitor to the Tele- Junior club: (President Dorothy feet.The following matter taken Htelnhatchee: river, both emptying not (lie tux returns on or before The Injured child, son of a saw 'ia

Funds for hard-surfacing highway graph office. Mr. Root Is highly Sapp; vice-president, Martha Powell from the Oiilnesvllln Kvenlng: Into the Gulf to the head of tIdewater April I nnd time iiHsessor to keep mill laborer earning S 1.35 a day. 44.11. ,

2J from Lake City to the UnIon pleased with the progress being secretary Lillian Sternberg; News goes Into detail concerningthe of Illuck Creek or Doctor's III bus. ollice/ a permanent record U uld to have buen pluylng In the .'

county line were turned over made on putting down the base on song leader Mildred Hundley; project from different' angles Luke both emptying Into the St. showing performance. of his duty. yard at the time (tie older one -; ,.J

to the state road department last road 28 from Keystone to Grandln cheer leader Mildred Grlffls. and It Is being reproduced! in full. Johns river, a nhort\ distance so'tth TIn requIrements| of those sec- passed: and stopped( to talk. Balancing .

fall. It Is understood that this and stated It la now completed to A membership program and finance In this connection Cong. Green of of Jacksonville. This Involves a lion,. ore mandatory and must hcomplleil the (glint on his toot at the. ,_ 1T.MIM4

work vlll be put In the road building Putnam Hall and only a short distance committee wan appointedfor this district who has liven' activeIn distance of approximately 80 to !90 \ with l efnra, the a"MASllorcanl name time. It Is thought the gun ,

program for completion early from Grandin. The contractor each club by the president.Mrs. securing congronMtr! actionon miles from HuH tidewater to At- ImpoHH\ peimltlesi of 25 .per cent slipped' from his hand and discharged "II'

this year. T B, Glllesple! of Palatkn. is : J. T. Guy was appointed by a proposed canal utilizing the lantic tidewater--from the Gulf to upon, taxpayers falling to tile the Into the foot of the llttla 1

Senator W. W. Phillips stated' making a record for himself and : the Woman's Club to act as local Hi. Mary and 8u wan nee livers, the St. Johns river south of Jack- returns Mr. DavU added., If the tot. In absence of clear accountthis

that he will attend the meeting of putting down an excellent base for leader for the junior club. Meetings ha* wired :Mr. McAdoo that he Is Ion vi lie.r assessor docs not know the address version I Is accepted by officers j 1,

the state road department next this stretch of 28, according to Mr. 'I will be held twice a month heartily in favor of thIs. canul pro- "The canal will bo, as stated, a of I the taxpayer he xhould endeavor and others of Luke Butler. Li.jt

Monday in order to help look after i Root. ... "f under the direction of the home ject. r non-level canal. I will have forty to find It by "diligent inquiry"V Hushed to Lake Shore hospital

the county's Interests. Members of With the road base complete demonstration agent. Miss Pearls f 110)) feet of water at mean low ---- Immediately after: the accident, the

the road bond trustees of Colum- 'I there Is approximately 33 miles Jordan and Mrs. J. T. Guy. In the Manufacturers Record of tide, the same UK that In Ambrose nts MMni.tvji: I I':* sr.niov child Is now reported dolug well.

bia county may also attend the I of this "Short Route" nearing October :31.J Richard Kdmonds. Channel., the (controlling' depth entering j -High Springs Telegram/ Jan. 10. i:
:New York .
meeting.The completion 15 miles west of KKOUKU.S: I'HK: ISOX LAHKLS: editor of that well known magazine harbor. S .
:>..t M Florida Knl: ..T|>H-..> On account of the narrow streets", : :
old Benton road now state Starke and 18 miles southeast of has the following!: to say In and l'I'T'TI.a'IU fl
congested
condition
"This In not at corner
highway 82, was about 31 miles In Starke, 28 miles of which has The Growers Association has secured regard to a canal across Florida: a Florida enter- (
prise. Florida I is Cull stat Walnut I streets, the Mine Rome thief with probably a
simply physical
length to the state line. By taking been turned over to the state and a very attractive label for "The time must come and It
obstacle! In the way of (ho shortest HUH) line has announced that theticket to furnish walked! Into the
house
cut kinks and bends, Mr. accepted. pasting on each end of a crate of should coma In the very near future r.
route from Gulf oltlco: formerly maintained Wednesday
ports to New York : telephone exchange lobby -
dade has cut the mileage down strawberries a supply sufficient to when a ship canal across
and European at C'orpenlng'H' Drug Store will bedltll'lJIlUnllerl night and carried off table
ports. 1-tesplte the a : ,
two and half or three miles. I1IICTIIM! last fills season already on handat Florida will be built by the federal r" ,
fact It U not a Florida enterprise. and that the new office cover, a framed picture and a large .
Lake the ofllce of G. M. In
City Reporter. man. It Is government In the Interest of
Florida will greatly benefit by It. I will be opened at Smith's Filling fern with The lobby open
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Raulerson understood that with the comingof commerce. Its influence would be pot I. it
"The necessity of a canal across Station. Buses will also discontinue all night and the articles were tak- 1 I
Dade Ralford Jan. 14.
City New community girl another season the growers will so great upon the trade of the en- "
Florida has teen recognized the present route, turning en after the night operator had
for
hall and camp grounds at Dade )Mrs. Rachel Thomas Graham be prepared to stamp their name tire country that it would be difficult

City park formally opened. I I girl, Jan. 13. i on each pint or quart of berries. to measure its value la dol- (Concluded on pace 4.) street.hereafter Into Call at Court exchange closed the room door to leading the lobby from the -

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nnADPonn COUNTY TEMinnArn, STARKK, FLOIUD.I T FRIDAY. Jt\ u.\nY 17, Ift.lo: /

rim: TWO . .... . 'H'0... ,... __ __ ___ .. -- ,__ -0I -- .- --.-. .. ._-_ ... .
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- -- - ................p....... for the past two weeks. Mr. Mallle Surrency, Russel
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,I Cheaper AphicidesSeen GRAHAM Mr.. Chesley Fogg was in Jacksonville Greene Melba Ree Hodges and Lirena >.
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Wednesday on business. Green
I attended the BradJoul
From Work AtExperiment ........................ Mr. :Kills\ Starling and family High basketball game at Lnk..

; i Mra. Kay Roberts and baby left have moved to Sampson City. Gra City Friday night.

Station last week for Tampa and hope to ham thins out. but not for long, Mr. Lessly] Greene was vln,line

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my ptlk--Ptalm 119105.: 1 make It their home for a while. more moving in.. In Lake Butler Saturday night,

mnr inf3f"lul AU religious teaching, doctrine or Nicotine sulphate-bun long; been church i -met last Monday evening Mr. H. D. Abernathy spent Tues- Mrs. A. J Sowell Mr. Robbie Parrish of Duki*.
.' Cllr V!: i : creed, if they are to have any claimupon day in Jacksonville I was visiting here Saturday night I.I
Plans for
but serIous with good/ aaendance
with tho standard nphlclde a :
the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony Mr. and Mrs. Claude Saunders I
( the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold t ( and crevice objection tins been Its cost. the new year were made and discussed Dies at Brooker Mr. Maurice Brown and !MinnMelbu
'. of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN method of very materially and son Tommy, left Tuesday for Ree Hodges were vl ltlimIn.
Some
a'' SPAKE LIKE TillS MAN." South Florida.. Lacrosse Sunday afternoon
attributed to him reducing the amount required to Miss Blanche Faver had as her Mrs. R. S. Wasdln spent Satur- The death angel entered the Mr. Mallie Surrency and !MRS|
I What charge was given throe the Son of God, destroys the kill aphids, and hence the cost guest last Saturday and Sunday, day and Sunday in Macclenny with home of Mrs. Ida Craig Monday( Lorena and Ozena Greene WHI-I-

times to Jashuu? Answer, read--- In the foundation Scriptures and the whole have been worked out by the Entomology I her cousin, Miss", Mary Pearce of her sister January 6 and took from their visiting In Lake Buller Sunday ai-

Joshua 1 : 618Tho very Christian religIon Department of the Flor- Starke. Miss Pearlle lllckergon has left midst their beloved mother, Mrs.A. ternoon.

1 (art of the H..Iy Spirit structure salvation of the ida Experiment station IlIlIsIaA"gle\ Burnette left last Graham and Is now working in J. Sowell who would 1 have Mi' A. B. Surrency and Alvin

John 14:15: 16,17.18. If ye and his fame went throughout It has long been recognizedthat ; Monday for Maxwell where she Jacksonville.Mr. reached her seventy-third birth- Clemons were transacting business
"And
.1.1I lovo me, keep my commandments. and they brought unto a sprfader was essential to will spend the week. S. Reynolds] has returned day on April 4, 1930. She was to Jacksonville Friday.

r 16. And I will pray the Father, all him Syria all sick, people that were taken give a good kill with nicotine sul Mrs. Elmo re Red of Alachua, home after spending a few daysIn taken ill Saturday night, Jan. 4th Mrs R. E. L. Green and children !-

I and( he shall give you another with with diseases - possessed phate. Heretofore the spreaders was the guest of her sister, Mrs Daytona Beach with friends. and died Monday, Jan. 6. were visiting in Gainesville}

Comforter, that he may abide with devil were lunatic most commonly used were soaps. P. B. Hunt this week. Mrs L. D Esterllng and little The funeral services were held Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .

i Il' you forever; 17. Even world the cannot Spiritof had palsy; and lie bellIed them." Whale] oil or fish oil soap was the W. II. Jones and mother, Mrs. daughter, Katie Maude, of Lake : at Deadon cemetery by Rev. Crosby A. L. Green and son. Les

truth; who the seeth him not, Of course Jesus was glad; to heal one most generally used although M. L. Maynard were transacting Wales, are spending a few days I and was laid to rest by the sly were visitors to Starke Mon-
It
i receive, because know all who came to him In trouble the laundry soaps were frequrently business in Gainesville this week. with her mother, waiting to be side of her beloved husband, Mr. day.

neither knoweth him; but ye suffering, but teaching and employed. With these soaps a M.'. and Mrs L. H. Futch visited followed by her husband. They A. J. Sowells. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell or
and or
him; for he dwelled! with you spreading his gospel/: concentration of one part of nico- Mrs. Ku< ten's brother-in-law, hope to make Graham their future She leaves to mourn her death, High Springs were visiting hui-
not preaching
I will
shall be in you 18. were his !great!: work. Healing tine sulphate to about 750 parts Mr. T. J. Dukes at the Alachua home. five daughters, Mrs Ida Craig mother, Mrs. Matt here Sunday
comfortless 1 will come
I leave you : wan. mostly to convince others that of water was usually required to county hospital last Saturday. Mr. C. B. Roberts and Mrs. Brooker; Mrs Caasey Lav I mo re, Mr. S. M. Mott, Mrs. S, E Molt

to you. the Loru he had the powers he professed give a good kill on aphlda. The Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke, Equlla Jones were qultely married St. Petersburg; Mrs. Ada Forsyth, and Mrs. H. Gainey attended
Thus uatth
r Prayer: within and was the Christ. In John 10: amount of soap used depended put on a demonstration of home Friday evening in Starke. Let's Mulberry; Mrs. Nella Thomas, Ap- church at Worthington Spring:
i God, I will put a new spirit 38(, Jesus said, "Though ye believe upon the hardness of the water. economics at the city hall last Fri- all wish them a long and happy opka; Mrs. Uerny Nipper, New- Sunday.

you. not me believe the works: that Morn KnVrllve; Spreaders l day evening:, She gave some help life. berry; two sons Mrs L. W. Sow- Mrs. J. H. Kelley and Mrs. S.

I ye may know and believe, that the A pine tar soap proved to be a ful suggestions!: and will meet withus Strawberries In this section ell, High!!: Springs, and Mr. Henry I E. Molt spent Tuesday with Mrs.

r SUNDAY SCHOOL father is in me, and Iin him." He much better spreader than most again soon. were not hurt by the cold and pick- Sowell Brooker besides a host of Martha Dukes of Worthington
LESSON that denies the power of Jesus to soaps. By using; two pounds of this Ing is progressing. other relatives and friends.Mr. I Springs who has been 111 for some

I I perform the miracles attributed to soap In 100 gallons of water nicotine Tarpon Springs Flashing Mr. and Mrs. Claude Saundersand time, but is now slowly improving.

him In the New Testament strikes I sulphate could be reduced to lights will be installed at mouthsof son, were the dinner guestsof S. M. Mott was transacting Mi' and Mrs R. M. Gainey and

FOIl JAM'AHY>, HMO: a death blow to Christianity. He one part In 1,600 and still give a north channel 1 and west channelof Mr. and Mrs. H.: D. Abernathy business In Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. L. R. Gainey and daughter

, i Subject: Jesus begins his Min was and< Is supernatural Son of 'I good kill, thus saving one-half the Anclote river.Willistonlioney. Sunday. Miss Josephine Chesser returned Lois, spent Sunday in Jacksonville
Ood. or he Is no Savior of man- cost of the nicotine sulphate. It Is Lumber Company Misses Pauline Mills and Delma home last Wednesday after with friends and relatives.Mr. .

istry. for the kind. I necessary to dissolve this soap In a now ready for business in Surrency spent Saturday with spending several weeks in Winter and Mrs R. M. Gainey and
Text "Repent:
Golden :
kingdom of heaven is at hand" "There followed him great multitudes little warm water before adding It mill formerly operated by William Misses Irene and Thelma Cain. Garden with her brother.Mr. Miss Lois Gainey were visiting lit

from Galilee Decapolls\ to the spray tank. arrett.. Mrs. R. S. Wasdtn, Mrs Maude A. B. Surrency returned Starke Tuesday.Mr. .
Matt. 4:17.: 12-25. Jerusalem Judea." Sodium oleate, when used in the Cross City Walkways constructed Surrency, Mr. L. E. Ratliffle] and home Monday after spending a few and Mrs J. J. Morgan and
Lesson Text : Matt. 4 :
Central Truth : Good needs our Are you following him, and tak- proportion of two pounds in 100 in front of Flick's Crescent Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Abernathy hada days in Georgia with friends and son, Clarence, were visiting in
ing others to Him? gallons of water enables the nico- Bakery and Atlantic and Pacific gool old fish fry at Earlton relatives.! Starke Tueesday.
the
aid in spreading Gospel.
tine sulphate to be reduced to one stores. Beach Thursday. All reported a Mr. Maurice Brown of Miller, Mr. J. H. Kelley and son Clyde
Christ's
Lesson Outline: re- hKVK.NTII: ; ).\\" ADVKMISTSunday ': part In 200 and still give a good Miami F. W. Summerfleld good catch. was visiting friends here Sunday. were visiting in Starke last Tues
moval from Nazareth to Carpernaum -- kill, saving nearly two-thirds the Cigar Company of Tampa will Mrs. Pearl Reynolds and familyof Mr. H. P. Gainey and H. B. day.

fr( ; calling to discipleship; evan- January 19, 1930, Elder amount of the nicotine sulphate move plant and headquarters to Jacksonville have been visitingher Crosby were attending to business Mf. Brackner of Starke was visiting -
9I gelical work In Galilee.
before Stephenson In charge. Services ordinarily used. The powdered his city shortly after first of year. mother Mrs. M. C, Abernathy In Jacksonville last Saturday. here last Tuesday.
Introduction: Nearly a year form of sodium oleate was rather .. ,
J. Puttee Starke ,
at the home of F. -- -- ---- ------
the date of this lesson John I' !
and state farm road. difficult to dissolve. Warm water
Baptist saw Jesus returning from and a vigorous agitation were nec
Who Originated Sunday
Ills fasting and temptation, and Topic:

, said, "Ilehold the Lamb of God Observance Tho Seal?of God and the Mark essary.Borne of the oil emulsions commonly

:n nlit after which Andrew, Simon and of the Beast used' ( for spraying In Flor- I---
Matthew
John followed Jesus. "Come now, and let us reason ida proved to be much better
omits the wedding feats In Canau, %
. c I together. ," saltli the Lord. Isa. spreaders than soap. When used I
and turning the water Into wine.Jesus' .
I t.J. 1:18.: "And the Spirit) and the In the proportion of one gallon :
P
his
( first visit to Capernaum,
I.". ., Pride say Come, and whosoever In 100 gallons of water it wn
I 1 feast
tl appearance at the passover!
to reduce the nicotine sul-
possible
will let him take of the Water of 1
: : when he cleansed the I temple, his
I II Life, freely." phate to as low as one part In 3000 ave ;
the Samaritan
I conference with
; -.- and still get; a good kill, Same .., _
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woman at the well, the arrest and :) .
FIKST CIIIMSTIIS: CHUKOT of these oil emulsions will. burn

',' I.i';r some killing other of John arts the of Jesus Baptist in nnd the Bible School and< communion tender' Very vegetables.promising; ] was an oxidizedoil : . '

'I. I first of Ills ministry. 'j'jf.
year services each Lord's Day at 10 derivative. Two quarts of this the .
Luke 4 : 16-30, tells of Jesus go- o'clock.\ In 100 gallons of water gave n 'yon seen .
: into the at Nazareth
1ng synagogue:
Church services morning and good kill with nicotine sulphateused
and explaining the Scriptures! concerning
evening of the first Sunday In as low as one part to 4000 f.
I ( himself. The congregation each month, by tile pastor, Bro. of water, considerably less than I
thrust him of the
out synagogue Dlxoii, of Jacksonville. one-fourth of (that ordinarily used.
and tried to kill him. Then Matt. III the case of hard water and badly sensational f

4:13.: BUYS "And Iwivlng Nazareth rHI-NltVTKIM\V; curled ]leaves, three quart! of new
he came and dwelt in Capernaum."
I
the oil and one part of nicotine
As related] by Luke Jesus had Services for Sunday, January sulphate to 3000 parts of water ...

,1 1n : feail fo the Nuzarltes the prophe- 19, as follows: gave a better kill. This oil mixes
1 j Y'\' wiles concerning: I tlio coming Christ 10 a. J1\\. Sunday Bchool, J. M.Truby readily with cold water an makes

and then paid 1. "This day is this supt. an 1 Ideal< "pl'ellller."lIh the above

ty tyii' .. 'tfcrlpture fufilled+1 In your ears." 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon proportions Including the lost of
Doing rejected] lit the home of his the the oil
by pastor the saving to the grower <
childhood, lie, cams to C p"rnaum 0iti: :\ p. in. Ch net Inn Endeavor: In practically one-half of the cost T

so that "The people which< eat III.. topic, "Shall::; We Abolish or Ex- of the ntcollno sulphate and soup

(darkness! saw great light.'' ] 1I"1Ill\1lsKICJIII'I': "" /solution.! This oil does", not burn

Then our printed ]lesson begins, 1:3: p. m. Evening Worship tender folium, -

r ".'rom that time Jesus began to song and sermon. Rl II IN-r
.1 ,. preach and to wny. Itepent: for Prayer mE'pting'mlnelllay eveliig Heretofore the standard nicotine i'f'

the kingdom of heaven Is at hand( at 7:30.: used has been 40 I percent nicotine :: Those who seek the utmost in motoring

"That time. refers! to the tenth - sulphate However, there Is ..
, satisfaction sensationally low prices-
of John (the IlaptUt, the rejectionat '' l'.M\'iilSlTY: IIOVH ('ONBt'. ( TI now bring manufactured a nlco- ..*>'>
Nazareth and( the location at I I'lJoH\'U'I': : IIno compound dissolved In water. .. should see and drive the Greatest Chevrolet

Capernaum. "Hrpent" Is the same Although not generally; kept ;n. :. i.St:: ... "' In Chevrolet History . now on display inr
..
,. command used by John haul 1st, Five young: mm from, the MIllIe stork It can bo purchased from .
who meant "turning from the ulverslty nt Gainesville were In most of the dealers in nicotine sulphate --- our showrooms !Ir IX

; Jj wrong In their old lives" but JesMS charge\ of I tho service! at the Pres- by having them order It. Its rI r- -

} meant "turn from the old life byterlnll11I1''h\ ]Inl t Sunday evening cost Is In proportion to the nicotine I j .'If. :; An Improved 50-horsepower six-cylinder

to the new" Itepontance Is that Meiisrs.! Lowrle. llesliuw. Jle-\ content, i.e., It contain I 25 !: ... ..,, valve-in-head engine Four Delco-Lovejoy
)t\lng\ :, or change.! In one's mind or 'iiithy, Anderson '111111 Dean of men' per cent more nlcotlnn than 40 .

:. heart, which causes one to think lI..ull)'. They made u line! Impression per cent nicotine sulphate and the .I.?,"'::, :\' : hydraulic shock absorbers Fully-enclosed, ,jI>lrssofraf. .... Orl.tlo.

on and( follow utter that which Is und gave Interesting talks. price N! 25 per cent higher Experiments - brakes! .
internal-expanding weather-proof '--
good, and Christ, rather than after Members of the C. K.: Society enertalued at the Citrus Sub-Stn-; ;..,

t } that which la evil and satiin. them at a light ]luncheon\ lion showed that a two per cent '- ..., Heavier and stronger rear axle! New non- ,. I :. ,
"Tho kingdom of heaven" IH! III tho manse!! after (lie service. dust made '
from this free, nicotine -
which .... ;; glare windshield New dash gasoline gauge 1.
that "spiritual kingdom(
was all effective as n I three percent -
: -
: Christ came to establish" \'ISl'I'olt KKOM CHINA I dust of the nicotine sulphate and : And scores of other features!

? ,".\nll Jesus, milking] by the sea substantially cheaper.( To make ,_." .,..,'r )" ,

I3 of Galileo saw two brethren, Simon I- T>i'. .1. C. Garrett who has I boon this dust GO) pomuU of hydrated , "Come in today and see this car. Drive it. Note

4I culled Peter, and Andrew his fur thirty years n missionary In I lime and two pounds of 50) percent "f'., how comfortable it is-how to handle

brother, casting n net Into the sea; 'hlna, gavo; an address, at theMBxbyterlun freo nicotine, Insteud of three : .. easy
/'' ,, for they were llshors. And he church lust Tuesday and three-tout pounds of nlco- : o-:a ,., how flexible in traffic. And remember that it

I.., salth unto them, follow me and I veiling/ on life and l conditions in tlno sulphate, are placed In a mixer 'I... is now available- ,

,1 I: will make you fishers of men." that wonderful and l at present and thoroughly mixed.HAMPTON\. .. ,. J F
Tho men called were toe on- much disturbed country. A good .' '.

tlnue as fishermen, but Instead of sized l audience I ( from all I iliahurches ''
H1 using nets to catch\( fish to die and greeted him, und the loc- :.............. ........I, -at extremely low prices '
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.' disappear, they were to use Oo<\\'s lllro was full of Interest : :
.
f'T' word Christ's teaching: and ChristIan ,
MUn Ada Nlmmii, for "
lives to bring people Into the Daytona Heiuli Construct .
1.J't' family of (tho Lord( \, to have eternal t of now boardwalk 1 unit completed ........................ $495 $565The
life The Roadster ___ ____--__ __ ___ The Coupe _
Kh1" \Mrs H. M. Paver and children,
,\ Then Jesus! called l James and: Kast; Pulatktt Contract 1111111Inry\ lUnnche and master

\ John the sons of Zchedee, who awarded for erection of cauutngplant llaynes Marshall were' visiting In
$625
I y: ; were.. also fishermen. for Southern Potato Pro- Starka ]last Sunday afternoon, Sport Roadster____________. $525 The Sport Coupe __1_

"'; ,Ii All these men at once ]loft their ducts, Inc.Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of ,
nets, boats and business, and ful] Ito-Kuy Perfume Theressa, were visitors to our townSunday.

., "t"} lowed Jeans.Snowden' hero. Company will enlarge] plant, The Phaeton ______.:____________ $495 The Club Sedan __________ _____ $625
"Tho of God
says son Charles Weeks", and family of
: needs the . *. Suuford! First carload celerynhlpped
sons of melt Jesus
I ; Jacksonville were the guests of
?
has a great; message: to and\ : 1 from hero recently. $565 $675
Mr.
; say Weeks' sister' :Mrs. Elsie The Coach _______________ The Sedan__
i calls upon us to help him say It." \Mulberry Itulldlng boom underway Sparkman this week.' ---- __ __________________
il 'j'
"And Jemis went about all Gall hereBladder-. \Ihl< Dtirden und family of Hal- Hft
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ilP All prices/. o. b. flint Michigan
lee
teaching In their factory.
I. synagogues: ford were the guests: of Mr. Dur- R
j and preaching the gospel; ot the deii'B mother :Mrs. T. J. Durdei .
,: 1, kingdom and( healing all manner Irritaion \ during the week-end A SIX IN THE 1M11CE RANGE OF TOE FOURTorodeRitch

1J of sickness' and 1 all\ manner of disease Kev. Norris=" preached( at the Il.ipllst -
J among the people" Acts 10: If functional niudder Irritation church last Sunday morning

J.u 28 gays Jesus "went about doing\ : disturbs your sleep l or causes \, and evening.
u :J good and I healing all that were op-' Burning or lulling! Sensation The united Brotherhood l of Chevrolet Co. '

\ pressed of the devil; for Cod! wall Backache. Leg Talus or muscular I Gainesville, will conduct a service!
} with him." "Synagogues": were established aches making; you feel' tired, depressed at the Baptist church next Sunday

\ In many cities. Arnol and discouraged why not evening beginning at 7 p. m.
; says "It was allowed to erect a try the Cyst>x 43 lour I Test t' Don't Mr. 1111111'11.\ (I. V. Phillips have

synagog wherever' ten rcsponslbl give up. Get Cyiitex today. I'ut recently visited \Mrs. Phillips' par-
men, could bt found." it to the test. See for yourself ents, Mr and :Mrs. 0. Haynes Starke Florida
"Preaching the gospel of the how quickly! it works and what It Mrs. Opal Haggett formerly -

kingdom. no other perachlng\!:, and does. \Money back if it doesn't bliss Opal Gelger of Hampton, returned -
ftft no other gospel, has any value nor bring quick Improvement, and satisfy to her home in Lakeland .' .

any power of salvation. Whoever I you completely' Try Cyatex after a visit with her grandparents ,

takes from Christ those element Today. Only 60c. Corpenlng's Drug Mr.\ and Mrs\ O. Haynei. A \
SMOOTHER
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.'!.---- -.-.-------.-.-.-.---.----.-.-.... ed among four cars sold last night' order" repayment' of expenses! she trially; Florida's fruits and vegetables -] climate and the Inherent potentialities talnlng publicity bureaus and
I through the Miller auction here. Incurred In buying n tax deed( on and Florida's position as I thenation's of the state. I public relation departments it can '\. ,t.a,.'
I Prices ranged from 14 to 16 1-2 : a lot here, or to decree her sole I. be. successfully consumated"
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs winter playground/ IH' a "It IH because of this Interest" '
cents a pint and total receipts were ; owner The city IH a party to the .--- -
story' that holds the Interest l of that the publicity committee! of the .
$9738.4ti. : action us It holds a paving/ lien millions of Americans Florida 1111 state' chamber of commerce l Is directing ........................
against the property If valid her r.
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"rcwi. and because of I this attention to new effort
I 'I tax deed is a prior lien to any Indebtedness KVKKGIIKRYMnt. : : :: .
Jacksonville. The state today the people of the stato wish only That the \people of Amercii: thru .
since 1927, it Is mild. (: K. ,,\. Hosier, Cor.) .
[L LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD rested its case In the trial of Tom I' for truth, accuracy( and unpipjuditeel the press, may have an absolutely .
Holland, charged with murder In November Miss 1 Dean by bought paying the all delinquent deed last I I portrayal' of the state nx presented accurate understanding of FloridaIs ........................ __ ILlS

connection with the fatal shootinglast taxes Bliica 1927. The ownersImvo In the press\ < of the (country. the solo purpose of the publicity. ('ht'athpm Peele of the state
April of Joe I ley wood, former -1 30 days in which\ to answer Such Is a statement Issued(} by Hnr-, work of the state chamber Prejudice farm Hnlfoid "spent a few clays last
deputy sheriff, after introducing old \\'. Colee, recently( appointed and misunderstanding we week with his mother Mrs. Hes- _. 8T.II
BY OUR EXCHANGES the only eye witness to the shoot- the request. Attorneys anticipate chairman of the publicity committee hope will be eliminated ter !Sapp;! .. a<*,
appeal to the state courtregardless
,. Ink: on the stand. Frances SIcOhln supreme of the Florida State Chamber' ""The committee plans," says! Mi' and Mrs J. D (Peele and -- ti.01
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who was with Heywood In of ('01ll111'r'e1: r, Colce Is director (Chairman Colee, "while not yet daughter, were visiting/ friends -_-
Jacksonville -The Florida State ped 221.485 carloads of fruits and Jilt. car when an assassin drove up court. of public relations of the I'lnr- ompleted anticipate a statewideoordinutlon here Sunday afternoon r/
Fair will be staged here March\ 16 I vegetables, other than citrus fruit, to his car and fired point blank! at 1111l'llst': Coast Kallrmul. Ills (' ( of news material Mr and !Mrs. Taylor spent several -
to 22. This was the first offlcla.1 during the past five years, which him, said Holland 1 had been noticed Plant City -- What is. recognized / thorough knowledge of Florida\ oncernlug,/ Florida to be dlHlrlbutM announcement of O. L. Lewis, recently produced an annual revenue of by she and Heywood and as 1 the last word in a fruit and and his years" of successful effort through the state' chamber of of II. I Jo:!. Rosier and\ mother. 1 a
: appointed general: manager about $25,000,000. S: W. Illatt that he appeared' to have been following vegetable loading; platform' was In I behalf of the stale us a whale ommerce( as a central\ / hurenu, to H H. U. S. and J. K Rosier 1
mal ketinK specialist In fruits and them around. She could being completed by t the ('U board peculiarly fits him to cllroct thisInportont lie I > national press through the and l Earnest Register were visitors 1i!i, ..
Jacksonville Jacksonville will vegetables, of the state marketing not positively' identify him as the Air Line railway with Installationof publicity work for the medium of 'n comprehensive, and to Ktarke Saturday arteinoon.Kugeue Lfill!
lie host to the state-wide air tour bureau, announced Shipments of slayer, however. In her testimony. lights and the finishing touchesof \ state' points out G. (1. Ware, president \ ('''"l'1t' rll..llve program Korsyth of Jacksonville. 111.:15:
on January 22, according to tentative that class of produce for that period paint yesterday at the newly of I the Florida. State Chamber "For number of years Florida spent Friday. night here with his r-.___ IK,s,4l asr. '
arrangements'( outlined In a averaged'( only a little more Jacksonville Circuit Judge; erected platform. running: 1BO feet of Commerce."Florida bus been working/ along In- cousin, St. Clair Mom-ley ._ u.
telegram to Dr. nalph Green from than 10 per cent less than the citrus Daniel A. Simmons today denied north of the freight, depot.! The Is essentially H I'IUIIN'rlI'Ilntl' oily ldunl lines In the publicity !III', and Mrs Willie Reddish and _.. n.,4t Al '.tip
Robert C, Smalley, secretary of the Industry, Mr. Illatt stated." The a petition for injunction against lie! \v structure' IK' complete In every ," says Mr Colee. "yet It possesses Held I U is felt that a well orgun-; children. were a visiting Mrs. J. S. u. 4l
Florida State Aeronautical Association state furnishes practically a 12- J. S. Peterson, motor vehicle II- detail and provides u largo amount 1 vastly dllTerotit potmlbllltlns. 1"11" effort designed to carry the Uiwler. Friday.Mr t41
which Is sponsoilng tho months marketing season! on fruits cense agent; In Duval county, and of floor space all of which Is I soverecl Ihlltho great, middle< west In story of 1"lnl'llllIhrOllJlI1I1IIt; the Sihiiler of the stale firm.llulNird. : _-_ 13.nu..- '
event. iind vegetables although the heav- Walter McLIn, acting state motor by) the roof with the exception those years' of empire building out nation ns revealed by facts and \ was< visiting n. 8. Rosier HI 1
iest shipments are from Decemberto vehicle commissioner, In which of the unloading'( and loading, /: I there .'Iolold.hilI< sumo three figures will\ meet with popular' ap( Tluinulay of last week.
O..ala.-Not only has the Surprise June, tho specialist added. two local citizens alleged; that the platforms one on I the street and hundred ycnisjif history and. \trail proval." -------. ..i011e "
cannery, located three miles\ -- men were holding! olllce Illegally.The the other on the truck! All of 'lion. At the same time Us commercial "Il I I. my opinion," continued l I-'irty-two road and bridge projects -
north of Ocala. tripled tho floor Lakeland The first move for petition charged that t there the strawberries of U, \\', llurch, and 1 Industrial expansionIn Chairman ('0"'" "that Instead of contracted l by the stale road
space by tho erection of a new Inspection of strawberries offered was no such office as acting state Inc? 10111J.11110 refrigerator; express n modern way Is only during< / I iv multiplicity of business' attempting department! during 1929!) representcoimtiurtlon < r
building and by additions to the for shipment In this section has motor vehicle commissioner and! cars will flow through this recent( years. Only a beginningbus to break news" In Iho national ) amounting to $5,-
original plant which opened this been made by the Galloway Ship- that therefore Peterson could, not loading plnlfoim house ami the been mil,do."IncreaHliifr press the available' material\ and 4i:5,2ifl: : / Included In the pro
past summer, but It has Increasedits pern' Association, which\ has employed legally accept applications\ and loading of berrloti" will bo much\ national wealth and pictures were centriillxo.il: the gram are tlo: \ miles of highway
capacity from about a third( ton Kilt: Hiidges\ as berry In- feeu for motor vehicle ]licenses.Aa aided by the use< of a conveyor coupled with modern rapid trnim- a"cin' a I accomplishments) will bo In- Hint 7.tin feet of bridges) tlilrtyuln .
tar per day, hat contracted" with spec' .tor. The move was made, it accounting of the Peterson molar which has been Installed sad over puitatlon has brought (the equable ftullely greater t than at 111.<"....nt." miles\ of paved road. being ._ iii."
farmers for t the growing of vegetables was said, as a result of complaints vehicle agency office was naked which crates of berileH will be climate of Florida, with lier" health "The Florida Slulo Chamber" of concrute, Twenty-eight/ counties
for spring packing and has that instances of light pack! and I lit the petition. moved uutomni "li ally limn the out l- RI'lnl811111111111'; > throughout the (Commend publliltv Contmltt.'e. are i-dcilcd In I the "load system ___ I.U'
this fall acquired 132 acres of land I too many green berries hud been or platform inio' the cur, eliminating soar within 1111' 1'1'111'11 of mlllloiiH.. rescinded' ( Mr. 1 Colee" "In.' drnrtlim which loielved, awards ,during tha ,_ n.n
adjacent to the plan upon whichto found The Inspector/ will be required : Tampa Test of a new state< much! \ lr'ucktng, /: und handlingri.oismx 1 ;, : ;of Amerli' 'nils. Tim specturulitr In- a plan designed 'to onipllHh< I the I vein just losing Only IH.II I :I miles '_ LIZ
grow vegetables for canning to see that the uniform' law relating to the legal rights ofa -- ----- cldonces In Florida, diillng the pant' iviiilt, mentioned iiiiniinlU' '1'llC'i roiulvvuv ( ouii'in"teil, ..I'II'IIIthlt' .r'_ t.OIOS .
purposes! high quality of pack is maintained : tax deed holder, was in progress, 1 is -:\ 1-\\: 1'1" live yours. Ii.us< focused t tho iillenllon projt'i t IH piaclhiil I and\ through I I"r HIeui' wax dllll"1It sand- 1.I5.4
ed by shippers The first car of I lit circuit court today Miss !i.! I). of the I viu.utioniHt. I, HIM Industrialist < I I I'O-opeiiitlou of Florida' Ol'ltnll.IZllllolIII I all other" types being hanl- .. ,
Jacksonville: Florida has ship berries from Lakeland 1 was Includ Dean asked the court yesterday to Florida commercially, indus and the I 1'111'1111111'11111111' the and omniiiultl iiiiiln\ ''I1I'flll',1I *
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pcnney saved," said wise old whose offers appear below arc determined 'UIII
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important element] of your thrift

Offers i This is Thrift Week. Dur note scores of brilliant opportunities ls--
I campaign is to replace stoves and heaters

I this week the merchants that effect economies.
that have served their of usefulness 1 *
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LARD, Per I I I period( we are selling any stove or heater f (fat

ReliableMATCHES i and : I Life Insurance I in stock at a discount of 1UI JIM,

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RICE, 5 f The older n client gets the greater is the risk j I

Pure Cane I should be; more than a pol and consequently{ tho higher the rates ho HardwareA ,I-, ..144.6- IMI

SUGAR ; ; should be 'a habit. If you ; must pay: on taking out his policy. fly hiking r

_ ,I acquired it yet, this.week- i : out Life Insurance now you not only get the Ipt '
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the low of- Shoes until Saturday night, Jan. 2 Hh. Fine I
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Golden- Oak Dining : :iii: : The new product of the largest batterymanufacturers $ 7 A 95 I fashionable footwear with plenty of style and comfort I Iter f


Kitchen Cabinets __ I in the world ; new first. appeal is offered below par.

I throughout ; improved rubber case ; all with the famous Exile guar- :

Parlor Heaters, $ I service. BATTERY HEADQUARTERS : All makes batteries, :

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COI7NTVTELEaRAPfl. BTAItKK. FLORIDA FninAV. JANVAUY:
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; afternoon and taking a shower of r elected t secretary Personal Service through Cuibrea Cut Suitable nage, and placing them 500 miles ........................

I gifts Itev. J. T. Guy made a report was given as follows: Visits basins with docking facilities will nearer by water to New York and : LAJVTEY

? speech of appreciation and praise I to sick 26 nursing 10, garments be provided along Its route. These European ports. :

; ocictYA'j and the company Joined In singing; 7, flowers 3. visits In interest of basins will become great Indus "It is believed, In view of all :......................:
1 Blest He the Tie that Hinds." In church 11 trays to sick 7. Collection trial centers with cheap water the facts that the annual tonnage
Mr". K.. I.. (:
of the Woman's Missionary for this meeting was $5.48. i'ei'sThe
the name transportation and raw goods, through the proposed canal based
Society Miss Amelia Hay pre- The social hour was spent In (cotton tobacco lumber oil coal water-borne death angel; visited (the
only upon present tonnage home
made to be sold of Mr. E. L. Crews last
Sun-
"The Man sewing articles
sented a book entitled iron naval stores available there-
to and from Gulf ports 73-
Harriet Bruce and funds added l to treasury. The day night, January 12th and took
to I the that Nobody Knows by
aligned Gulf
DAVIS KNTKKTAIXTS: : names by from ports. 712,852 short tons in 1927 will from thena
(-Iltri.KSV.: :. M. )H. OFJIKTII01HST Peek) ('lr 'leMrs, : T J. C.riflln. Barton. !Mrs. Guy read the beautiful hostess served the following pres- "The Suez Canal (sea level) is amount to not less than forty ((40)to ) mother. loving wife and
rill'KCII Mrs F L. Smith. ]Mm A. H. Green poem. "The Love that 1'asseth ent with apple pie, cheese and coffee -
104 miles In length. with some fifty ((50)) million cargo tons,
'j- Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs F'. H. LOUR Inowledpe.fl'; and !Mrs. Prescott : Mrs. Lillie Anna Crews was
of and that will with
ten passing basins: the length ship owners ,
Both circles of the Methodist Mrs A. Z. Adklns. !Mrs. L. S. Ilutto. moved here twenty years ago Mrs. J. L. SIlcox, Mrs\ Charles the Panama Canal (lock) is 50 profit to themselve and shippers, born April 28, 1882, and wad married -

:Missionary Society were delight- Mrs. H. A. hew Miss Olive from Michigan and by their upright Powell, Mrs. Kimball Mrs. O. P. miles. and the Houston ship canalsea gladly pay a toll of twenty-five to E. L. Crews Sept. 28, 1899.
Mrs. W. T. lives have won numbers of Raymond Mrs.\ O. C. White Mrs.\ Four children were born to
White this
afternoon W.
Monday J.
entertained Mrs.
iully ( Ray ( level) Is 57 miles In length. ((25)) cents a ton for passage thru
I by !Mrs L. A. Davis. White McKlnnon Mrs. K.: L. Biggs, Mrs. friends who hold them in high es J. M. Wilson, !Mra. Jas. Shepard, union, three surviving and one dy
basis fora
These facts give a proper It:, rather than make the long trip
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Robinson Mrs.\ W. D.Muudy hug in .
Mrs. Thelma LaFile. teem.r.U'T.. Mrs. J. C. infancy.She
t narcissus and red japonlcas were K. K. Perryman, comparison between them and through the Florida Straits with
Smith, Mrs. Kirby Mrs. W. H. Perkins Mrs. had been sick with
decorating
for
J. used In profusion Mrs. ]Hogan the canal I have designed.a4lo.'oot the contingent additional operat- pneumonia -
the elegant; rooms which were Smith, Miss Florence Wood, HOI'TMAN. TO \VKI: ) O. If. Bennett Mrs. W.Vall, for Just & week and her
Channel to 'ost $1! lSD- ing cost and loss of time. The net
thrown ennulte. Mrs. N. T. Hitch Mrs. K.: M. Johns, MISS KAAN OK 1IOLL.\M) !Mrs. P. S. Due Mrs. L. W. Kick- .' death came as a shock to her rela-
OOO.OOO result for the In operation
As this was the first meeting of Mrs. L. C. Prescott Mrs. It. A. liter, Mrs. P. F. MauireMi4.I,'t. .&.C.11. ,Ie. ," 1P\Hed'I\11\ \ ; YI'' the complete typo- therefore In estimated year as follows:, tives and friends. The funeral
circles formed, Weeks Mrs. 1>. E. Knight Mrs. Last Sunday's Times-Union con- A. Knight and Mrs. James ',! !. ' which was largely attended was
the new were '
year. 'ltl'ahll) < Edwards Mrs. L. I). VininK. tamed of the bride-to-be S held at Crosby
with Mrs. VV. n. Parks as leaderIf M. E. a picture cemetery Rev.
reconnolssance as stated above a nel, 40-foot depth, 100 miles, Including -
The pastor's wife. Mrs. J. T. Guy and the following announcement VISlTOItS: IIO.N'OltKIlMrs. ; Barnes officiating and
: circle number one, and Mrs. O. was In
preliminary location, with complete jetties \In Gulf of Mexico,
; I.. Uaynes as leader of circle number -, and the president of the society, that Is of Interest to Starke peo- maps profiles and designs, 150000000. charge of DeWltt C. Jones mortician -
attached to ..7.V.. Kincaid and Mrs. C. .
derided Mrs. J. II. Hitch are ple:
It to name
: two. was which has been made the
and
Estimated
\, the circles for two members who both circles and will visit them al- Miss Anne Kaan, daughter of C. Hoppe guests of Mrs. O L. approximate gross earnings per The pallbearers Included: G. A.
cost from tidewater to
annum (forty million tons at 25c)
have long and faithfully served ternately.During. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kaan of Ter- : Beaaley were honorees at bridge Anderson, A. C. Pearce, Joe StarlIng
tidewater of the canal
first
proposed $10,000,000.Estimated .
social period Mrs. A. whose Mrs. C. A. Knight at her year, F. R. Carradlne
the local society. Circle number the neuzen Holland engagement ; given by E. E. Burney
based thereon Is estimated to be
one will hereafter be known as the Z. Adkins, accompanied by Mrs. 10'. to Capt. George/ Hoffman of home Wednesday afternoon. operating expense per and M. Futch.

h Noble Hay White Circle; and circle If. Long, favored the company Jacksonville was announced November i Three tables were arranged/ In as follows: annum, $1,000,000.Estimated She was a devoted wife and

number two will known us the with, two lovely solos namely: 25th, at an informal partyat I tho large living room where the 200-foot channel, $125.000,000 net per annum, first. mother, and was loved by all who

p ''jk Harriet Peek Clrclo.t The Lampllt Hour and Thank God the home of her parents. guests spent a pleasant afternoonat 300-foot channel 15000000. year, 9000000. knew her. She leaves to mourn

!v Mrs. Parks read the following for You. Capt. Hoffman Is a native of bridge. Narcissi combined with "According to the annual reportof "This net return would be four her death, a loving husband and

names an assigned; to the Noble The hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. Florida has been, connected with plumose fern formed the effective the board of engineers (U. S. and one-half per cent per annumon three children. Including; Everette

", Hay White Circle: Mrs. A. Wood A. Weeks, 1Irs.V.. G. Halle. Mrs. the South Atlantic Steamship background for the assembled A. ) for the calendar year 1927 the two hundred million dollars. Crews, of Lawtey, and Mrs. Leona

Mrs. Sam Anderson !Mrs. J. F. Hamilton Hitch and Miss Fredrlka Company for eleven years, and Is players. water-borne commerce of the Unit- "Okefenokee Swamp, the sourceof Edwards of Starke, and Leila Mae

Colley. Mrs. N. 1) WalnwrlKht. Struth, served a dainty fruit salad the youngest; captain in service. After totaling the scores holders ed States for that year amounted the Suwannee River, is 117 feet Crews of Lawtey, four grandchildren -

Mrs. \\'. (I. Halle, Miss Amelia course: with tea and coffee. I' Following the wedding, which of high and low scores Mrs.E. M. to 532,000,000 short tons, valuedat above sea level."Between four brothers, Leonard Sapp

Ray, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr.. Mrs. IleHideu the members present at will bo an event of the early Johns and Mrs. Joe Wilson wereawarded $25.500,000,000. Of this the the crossing of the Henry Sapp Vernon Sapp and Lee

Wade Kennedy. Mrs. Hamilton I this pleasant affair, were Mrs. T. spring, Capt. Hoffman and his prizes. The honorees were water-borne commerce to and from river by the canal and its source Sapp, a twin brother all of Miami

Hitch, Mrs. Pearl Snyder, Miss n. Massey and Miss Van Edith McCoy bride will make their home In presented dainty gifts aa mementoes Gulf ports upon which a Gulf state there will be three dams each approximatelY and one sister, Mrs. Martha Crewsof

Able Coburn Mrs. A.V.. AnderBOII. of Alachua. Jacksonville. of the occasion. canal must depend for operating 35 feet high. Each Lawtey, besides a host of relatives -

Mrs. T. J. Alderman Mrs. L. S George Hoffman was born In The hostess served a sweet expenses and earnings, was as follows will have locks to provide means and friends. The family

A, Davis, Mrs. S. S. Powllng Mrs Mil. AM :\Ift$. rilKHCOTT Starke and when a boy attended course to the following present: : of navigation for shallow draft have the smypathy of the entire

1J.. Pearce, !Mrs. A. W. Iledgrave, Hl'ltl'KISKI KY .KKIKMW: the n. II. S. lie did a man's part In Mrs. E. M. Johns Mrs. Joe Wilson Short tons: Imports 7,084,029 ; vessels between the canal and the community in their bereavement.

Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Miss Fred- the great W'orldVar, and since Mrs. H. V. Knight, Mrs. E. value, $279,237,232.Exports river's source in Georgia. At each -

rika Struth, Mrs. A. L. Moore, Friday being/ the forty-ninth anniversary that time has seen many foreign Burnt), Mrs. L. Wj man, Mrs. O. : short tons, 16,014,372 ; of these dams there will be about Mesdames A. M. Lewis, W. H.

Mrs. J. P. Mack, Miss Kate truth, of the marriage of Mr. countries while In service of the L. Haynes Mrs. N. St<;rnberg !\I I'll. value 1086745347. 40,000 b.p., which will be utilizedby Edwards and C. Y. Mayo spent

Mrs. J. I. Stanford Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. L. C. Prescott a numberof South Atlantic Steamship Co. J. C. Hobinson Mrs. O. L. Beas- Domestic, short tons, 50,014- the building of hydro-electric Friday in Jacksonville.

Mrs. Li. D. Green, Mrs. W, their friends of the Methodist George Is a nephew of Mrs. Katie hey, !Mrs. J.V.. Klncaid Mrs. C. 451 ; value 1566649287. plants. This power will light the Mesdames E. E. Burney and It.R. .

H. Struth. Sr. church surprised this honored old Davis who formerly lived here on C. Hoppe and Miss Mabel Weller.WOOOSIKX "This has Increased regularly canal and afford a large surplus Sapp, spent Thursday in Jack-
Mrs. In the -- about four percent per annum for In addition, for sale in Florida at
Haynes read the following couple by calling on them North Walnut street. S sonvllel with Elder and Mrs. II.
S ( : nitn.K ITS: : the past ten years. current prices. V. Skipper.

f pu.- I lilt. AMI) .MHS. l.: J.. im;(;s not this, water-borne commerceof "Work on every part of tile canal K. R. Thede was a business visitor -
TKIITAIX: ; I the principal Gulf ports was as can be simultaneously conducted -
The ladies of Slarke Grove No. to Jacksonville Tuesday.The .
: How to Play 278 Woodmen Circle held their follows, : and it can, therefore, be completed many friends of Mr. and

I I D..'. and Mrs. K. L. Biggs; ; were regular/ sesaion Tuesday eveningat New Orleans. 15270038. In a very short time after It Mr,;. J. P. McGwInn of White

i" hosts at a delightful dinner bridge Woodmen hall. Houston 12200414. l Is begun." PlaJns. N. Y. are rejoicing with

IffBRIDGE/; Wednesday, ( evening at their home Tileuardlan/ in her chMr and l Port Arthur, 8.021.821.: General resume furnished the them over the arrival of a son
t ; Beaumont 8068306. Evening: News by Mr. McAdoo
on Walnut street. officers at their stations. Mrs. : born Dec. 26, 1929. Mrs. McGwInn

./ Jeric.f The large home was effectively McCain was Initiated Into the different Galveston 5.848.230. Tho llonefit of hip 1'loi-ldit l>(-ep- will be remembered by her many

J)251"30 by? decorated for the occasion narcissi degrees Woodcraft.. The Texas City 4675619. "Ki'ii-Lc-vc-1 ('nllul'oulel I IteMilt: friends in Lawtey as Miss Laura

5 " Wynne Ferguson \ with fern being utiI'd In tall degree team Starke Winners putting Tampa! 3373477. 1. To the American nation In Durbin.

I \ fluor baskets and vases. Placed on the work In a very efficient Mobile 3.962,747. general-fa) Continuous deep Mrs. A. 1 M. Lewis was a visitorto -
Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE. :Ship; 4'lmiiiK'l KnricheH: Houston
I In the sun parlor were four small ma lklle,*, visitors and I juniors being |I sea-level water transportation for Starke Tuesday.

tables Heating I sixteen which were present. The attendant was askedto l : "The Houston sea-Sevel: canal commerce between the Mississippiand ) M'ss: Lizzie Howe was visiting!
Copyright 1929, by Hoylc, Jr.
most attractive In their uppolntnents. present) them at the ullar where )r fifty-seven ((57)) miles in length Ohio River valleys and the her sister Mrs. Edna Newsom In

Marking the places for they received a hearty welcome. I with :HO feet of water at mean low Gulf states mid Atlantic const and Starke last week.

ARTICLE No. 15 tho guests were novelty place tide was finally completed In Sep European: ports-over a route ,
I Under new business the degree Mi' A. A. Smith( has been very
One of the )boot the of Auction is I ('arils." Following a five course tember. 1921. Houston In 1927 around Ieyest..
ways to study came: BrMtH by comparingthe team asked to have the floor n few 111 at his home In Lawtey.
different ways of( 1 bidding i nnd laying' \ hand lit Duplicate Auction. In ''dll\ner.I auction bridge/ was enjoyed minutes. had as the result thereof becomeour 2. To all Gulf and Mississippi DI' Middleton of Starke wan

Duplicate, the same handa. arc played at different tables, and the final hid and tll! a lute hour. Mrs. J. W.Andrews Mrs. E.: AV. llnyes. captain was seventh largest seaport based Valley states In particular: professional visitor to Law a
the method of play is usually very different ut the different talitun. Here lire on tonnage; la and out of It, and Flood ley
A. ((11))
Jr., and !Mrs. C. escorted to the altar where team control of the waters Tuesday.Mr. .
two hands that were pl.lyelln a recent tournament, held in New York City, tho
city line in
that illustrate these point very well: vnlght were nwurded( prizes for gave her a very much\ surprised 1929 more than i of the Suwannee Hlver. and. Mrs. Leonard Sapp and

hoMing top scores while ronsola- i, handkerchief shower for which she trebled In population \b) Low-priced hydro-electric Vernon Sapp; Lop!" Sapp and daughter ; -

Problem No. 12 lon prizes were III'e8nlecJ1\Jr. Tel- thanked them in a most gateful "Tho cargo tonnage through the power, which will attract Important and Louie Sapp all of Miami

Hearts- K::, J, 7, 5,3 air Long and Mrs. N. Sternberg. Panama Canal for the year ended enterprises along the route of attended t the funeral of their sister -
( Those} sharing Dr. and Mrs. way.After June :30, 1927, was 27,748,811 and the canal.
Clubll-I 0. 8, 7,5,2: the close of the meeting and aunt Mrs. I J. L. Crews.
I)iamoai1 none tlKKa' hospitality were : Mr. and the degree team nerved", refreshments that for the Suez Canal for the (c) Shorter, cheaper shipping G. 1<'. Young has returned from a

Spades. y, <>, 3 :Mrs. L. IJ. Vlnlng, Mr. and Mrs. C. In honor of their capta'n'! year 19211.!> the latest available' figures route for mined grown and manufactured business trip to lialtimore.S .

Hearts-A, 9, 6,4.- Hearts- 10, 8,2 A. Knight; Mr.\ and Mrs. I 0. P. Par- and the newly elected officers for was 26,060,277 tons. products from the Gulf -_
Clubs-) 6.4 Y
: : (:1ubll-Q, 3
.. J>jamondll-bR,3 : A U : I lJi.\Jl1onds-AIIO,9,6,4,2 iwiiter.. Mr. and Mrs Telfuir Long!!: the ensuing year. "The Florida. sea-level canal, and Mississippi Vulley states to At-

t. Spades-A, J, 5 : Z : Apa.k.s-. :Mr. and Mrs. J. C' Itubinson, Mr. S built as I have designed It by the lantic and European ports. /SCHOOL itoAun 1'tO'I'I'HI\iS! : : ,

--.- and :Mrs. N. Sternbfrg Mr. *and /SI\\IM: :> ; ("M I'll itj.\M/.is! "; only feasible route will save five i (d) Expenditure In Florida< for \'
]h1eart-U I Mrs. J. \Andrews, Jr. hundred and five ((505) miles between labor of more thou $100,000,000 Board met Jan. 6 In regular;

Clubs -A 71J i ,.-- New: Orleans or the mouthof I during; the construction' of the'cn- spHU'on' with all members present.Minutes .
The first meeting of a yet unnamed -
:t I 1.1i.lnlOndll-- K::, 7, 5 1 the I II I of last I'ead
Mits. i I. i 1) VIMM:> sewing club held Mississippi river and New nal. meetings
was
SpaiUK
Kl.8,7,6,2
.;1, : I.STJ.HT.\: : I SS day afternoon at I the home of 1'uell-1 I York City with correspond'ng: : s.-xv- ] (e) Great Increase in popula and I approved.

No core. /first Ram ((1)I) Suppose Z Problem No. 13 J. H. Hitch, Jr. Tlie honor lags; in distance between 'other I (tion. 'n Hills for the month audited and

,! bids one spade and A I Lie one no 1 Mrs. Lonnlct 1 1). Viulng enter- at this meeting was Miss Van' Gulf and 're'asOl'ts and New ('f) Enhancement of land values paid.
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;, J) trump.JscYlli".H\\'ohe..rt What> : should*Y nm'I'i.l' BIid.fh-((2)) Sup..-.. : l'IubllQ hTearts-Q,5,3,2, 3 i Y -: tat tied at a brl'dge puity Tuesday I Edith McCoy of Alachua) who Is York City and Ejiropenn ports. adjacent to the cvnal zone and( Report of auditor( received and

: diamonds, what should l bid(3)) :suppose :; l>i.monls-7,5, : An : afternoon complimenting I i Mrs. the guest! of Mrs. Hitch. Mr. Hoover Points I llu Way throughout the Gulf states and in ordered filed.!

Z p.i sc8, A tula three no trump Spades (K, \\J, 9, 5 : Z : Clarence IIoppo of Tampa iiud As most of the young ladles forgot It Is well to quote hero from tho Rtato of Florida with corresponding Moved by Suriency and seconded )

and all pans, what should Y open? (I) :Mrs.\ J. \\'. IlIlI'ulll of Callesburg.Cy. / their needles, and thread the :Mr.( Hoover on the Mississippi river Increase III rntables by :Moore that the matter of !

Suppose Y opens the three of spade[ No score, first game. 7. dealt and bid 1'ot plants und baskets of afternoon was spent! playing/ bridge!!: : S transportation! of pupils from! j
what should Z play! Think over these one club A bid\one heart, Y 1'I.I"oe.IIII1'\\ larc'ssl' were attractively, arranged 'In the days of the glory of Bradford county be deferred
various questions and decide whetheror I U hid Iwoili.unomlu>> !. ((1)I) I If Z now bid! in the living; room where two and after the. games a salad C01ll'lIewa" Mississippi river commerce the S S... ........ .......... Hoard adjourned to meet .1 ,i'i' i
not the Iu..>eentcd: bidding\( correct. two spades, what should A dof ((2)) I Itt served.Tho 1
I An analysis of the hand and of what' and Y passed, B bid three d'.imoiuli. ables were placed. for the games. members of the new club river was one vast system of main : GRAHAM : 27th at 1 o'clock. I

happened at various tables in the and Z panid', what should A now do? After a spirited game the high; are: Misses Hazel Klckliter )Hazel[ : I, channels and tributaries. It was A. J Crims !Secy.;;

[i tournament game will be given in the An analysis i of the bidding, of this hand score prize, a lovely }jllr of dilating :Mlddleton, Mary (C'anova Harriet.: the artery of the great valley vessels .............. .... ..... S I.
next article. will be given in the next article. from the upper reaches of the' Miami Beach George's !n"( -
towdcr( was won by Mrs.' Klncaid. Htli'li, Hutli Sternberg. Lucille Mrs. JIargle Brd and Mrs. i
Ohio taurant and! Delicatessen lout il 1
Answer to Problem No. 10 Tho low score which wall a score MIHliell.\ Betty Chnmbeilaln Mrs. voyaged uninterruptedly[ Ethel, Brown and son of Gaines- at 214 Fifth street
down toNew reopened
Illltl* and tally curdswait won by J. Itf. Edwards: alit! Mrs. J. II. Orll'anllVe Intend ville were visiting; here Sunday. .
] I..nrts-. I", Q, 9 klrs. lloppe. The} honorces. WE'renhlO to restore what once edl Hitch! Jr. Mrs. Annie Hoberts and
daughter -
('Il1hs-AI.', ..illi.mondllI" 'I 1 visualize the Mississippi Association improving plant at
presented, with novelty sys-
puwler 13
arrived
7, 3 n iu here Sunday cost of about
12000.
Sp.uies-Q, 9. 8 IHI Ifs. si-\: MVIIJ: : ('AV\L te.m as 9,000 niles: of connected for a visit with Mrs. C. II. Hob Tavarea
Florida
1enrts-7,4,2 Hearts! T 10 6,3* The hostess served a tempting .\riwss( ;! ri.oitm.v) AIM wtlerways1 transportation system erts. -- Public 81'1't t
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Clubs-,5,2 : V : ( luhs-I'J.7,4 salad COIITHP, tho favors were of which some :3,100 miles are vice Company installed additional !
Diamondll-, 10, 5 : A 11 : lIi.l11lOntl.J) 9 .1! trunk lines and 6.000 miles Miss Pauline Mills of here was equipment In Ice plant to Increasecapacity. I
Spades: 7, 6, J, 2 : Z : :Spatici5: Q?, l.iluty corsages made of mints In (Continued l from page!; 1.) laterals. That III are visiting In Starke Wednesday. t .
a main north-
shades and fernLieu
mstel ( plumose ,
A number of canals have south trunk Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brown had :Mount Dora-Market and vegetable -
with tulle. yenrs. line 1,500 miles in
htearts- !$ 5 yellow I IMrll.
: ther!
as
guests Sunday Mr. and
s ('llIhll-J,1n( I) Playing bridge with the honorees I bfen proposed beginning: : In the length reaching from New Or- N. S. center opened in store formerly -
I lIio.ll11ondot-t, <,6 2 were: Mrs.\ O. L. Ilensley, '70's with the St. :Marys[ to St. Andrews leans to Chicago, and there connecting Crawford and children occupied by City Markul on I

i 1'.1de.-J\, l I", J. H). 4 1\11'11. H. J. l1avIM..Mrs. B. S. Carroll route by way of Okefenokee with the Great Lakes system John Leth and Wesley of Baldwin, Mr. Fifth avenue.Best .
I Crawford and N. G. and
son.
Mrs. K. L. Blggd and Mrs. Joe Swamp. Within the last 20 years! and crossing this a greateatstttesf
.tt .No: score, rubber (tamo. 7. dealt nml The play of the nee cf clul.s. I ii the \ Albert Saunders of Jacksonville.Mr. .
:. tIDid one 8mde.. Jan,1 Y nml llI key Andrews, Jr. [n number of .other canals have trunk line 1,600 miles In Purgative forkdi
Ir-' | puasrcl! play of the hand! for it enables Z to lend Leon Dryden and IeimaSurrercy i
Iri doublet) (Informntory). /, the dealer, out the reniainini; trumps. Y must .- neen proposedOne: via the SantaFe length from above Pittsburgh
with a very strong hand, l lid>i | two make two discards and the play of the ; ItlJIlGl: : : (i.rn MIKIS: river another via Lake Harris through Cairo to Kansas City motored to Starke last
'/ itpadcs over the double and oil passed. ace of clubs enables- called l the Lake Harris route Thursday.Mr. .
cto discard! bio i ---- : over a large part of these mainlines !
,(.t A A 11 opi-neil thus the jack of diamond* and two r'nMinindub./ .. H must make I Tho homo of Mr. alit! Mrs. J. C. another via Lake Okeechohee. and we cnn maintain nine-foot of It. S. Wasdln was a business I
able
were to win the first
four visitor
disr.irds. to Starke
lit' He can discard one HohitiKon the of still another farther south.. All of I depth. Saturday.
three tril ke. At the fourth triik U wa* scene a Pleasant -
mond!
ami' two clubs but eli.l-1
what will Quite
> 4 ,r who wan in the lead, .led the five of fourth discard 1 be? ,If he affair\ Tuesday evening!!: when these as proposed are shallow 'In addition to these main a large crowd enjoyed a

I ( spades. The problem U for Z to no play third dab, >, Z's queen of dubs will*lie,a they entertained friends> and members barge; canals with locks which I stems, we must diligently: Improve birthday putty given at the homeof

i the hand that lie will win the balance KO'Hl. If lie discards: a heart, Y's hearts of their bridge dub. vary In number, from sixty to six feeder through the Tennessee, the Nellie Strickland Wednesday: I
of
l j Ifj Solution the trick, The against any defense. will be good. \\h.ite'\cr: li discards At the conclusion of the play teen.' Each: \ one of these would Cumberland the Arkansas the up- night.; After the games were ,
: point of this
hand is. :
., i for / to the I therefore, on the ninth trick, Y Z must scores were totaled and! prize necessitate the transfer of cargoes per Missouri, the played tea and cake were served. ":"-f7 ..
:c win first SPade| trkk in Y's win the balance of the trick,. upper Mississippi All ""':;! ....._...
t., 'i 1. hand and then play: tho uoe-of clubs. awarded I to Mr. N. Steruberg and} I from deep-sea vessels to barges the Monongehala, the Alle- reported a nice time. .. --

'i. Mrs. K. !M. Johns, who held high and from barges to (Ieepselves- ghany; and other streams to workable Mrs. A. G. Brown and daughter Relieves

Ii.' Answer to Problem No. 11 for the evening.! Mrs. C C. Hoppe eels at both ends of the canal. depth for modern craft.' Thelma were visiting Iii the congestion, reduces complications ,

, t. heart- none and :Mrs. J. \''. Klucnld were each There would obviously be neither/ 'It vyill serve the vast heart of Starke Friday afternoon. hastens recovery.
Yo: (1uhsDiantonI.A- A, K presented guest prize. tlrno or transportation expense American agriculture; and will Mr. and Mrs. Elder King and I

)'>. I 5, .I. The hostess served nn Ice courseto saved by any of these routes by place great commercial and industrial daughter Novella attended the

r> Hearts J R, 7 p.ul"s-J\, \U, i the following; players: Mr. and this method. Each of these routes cities with upward of 7,000- party Wednesday night.; .

Clubs-none I Y Hearts 10,9 Mrs. O. L. Density. Mr. and :\Jr14.C proposed (shallow lock canals) Is 000 people In the cheapest of communication Mr. and Mrs. VoIHe McKinney f
J. DiamondKJ, 7 : A It :: Clubs IIloll11onltl-l0- 7, 6, 5, 4 A. Knight, Mr. and! Mrs. JV.. circuitous and lengthy and each with each other for and son of Sampson! were visit- Rent Cheap

..1.(.. I Spade. K, J.1f t Z I Spades- 9tlie Andrews. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L. IJ.Vlnlng would l Involve at least "5 per cent cheaper transportation of agrIcultural inghere Sunday.Mr. Keep the land improved -

,''I !Mr. and :Mra. N. Stern berg. of the cost required to build the and bulk commodities over Hubert Varnes amj. Vasco

,;, Clubs Hearts--Q,8 O., J :Mrs. A. Z. Adkln... Mrs. E.1.: sen-level canal which I have de- great hinterland of states." Forsyth of Starke were visiting I

t I Diamonds- 3, 2 John. Mrs. C. C. lloppe of Tampa sl1ne.l.l The fullest details can U..a'.r Cut-off Will Make here Sunday. When demand comes,

Spades-3, 2 and! Mrs J. W. Klncaid! of CallesI be furnished. If desired, to confirm ViiMt :Sat; log Misses Thelma and Irene Cain the price is too high '

1 burg Ky. thee conclusions, all from "Another of Louise, were visiting here Sun-
to estimate
There are no nnd Z Is in I .... I way the then ice all move to
trumps the five of I the various made day afternoon.Mr. .
lead i low Y "p.1,1"8. Z shout! now lead report during value of the canal I propose Is to
lb against any can defense Z win? all of the tricks! the deuce of *1".'''''., finesse the queen I c'IIU'I.I': !VO. I (It" IIU'TIST the last fifty years by the United I conceive a situation whereby the A. O. Brown and son J. B. less desirabte property -
in \'s hand and thus win the balance W. M. l'. SI KKTS: : were
visiting
States officer at Sampson
1I' Solution Z army engineers Sunday
should
: load the great trunk line railroads until
queen nnd! of the t Niks with the of operating so on you
i I'i; sack: of hearts. A and B follow suit and the are And five of ace p.ldeallnd i heap>> Water Tr nrt ll ini .\..- between New Orleans or St. afternoon. '
Y should discard cli.a mondll. ((2)) Sup Members are out of the neigh- I
of
'" the ace and king cf pose A discards the eight of spades. Y the Baptist Women's $lu'c"1 Louis or Chicago and New York -. .- .

," club clubs.. Z A should should.\! now discard lead the the nine of should discard: the five of diamonds. Z :Missionary Union met nt the ; "The width of th 'c-anal I propose by build'ng\ : a cut-off of 100 mIles Stullrt.City started Improvement borhood.C.M.hirnan. '
seven of should now lead the deuce home of Mrs. J. :M. Itrownlee Mon will be either
of 200 feet at the
I diamonds spades, would 500
;. and Y the four of diamonds. finesse the I save some miles\ In of streets here.
,.,. Z should lead tho queen and thus will vuu the bottom to which width the Suez haul
now ei ittht of clubs. t balance of the tricks lIIoitlt day.Mrs. with corresponding saving In Del ray Beach Two new electric -
4 A can do one of two things: ((1)) discard five of the ace and J. M. Brownlee. leader of Canal Is now being widened from the cost of transportation. The
spades ant! the of signs Installed
4i ace diamonds. on Atlantic arenu -
the jack of diamonds or ((2) the Circle No. 1 lead the devotional ICO feet
( It is a pretty little problem in ; or preferably 300 feet canal I J: oP''Je virtually amounts *;.
right of the
.i spades ((1) Suppose A discards' forcing ci (ilicardi and followed by a short business session. at the bottom, the same as the to
should be picking the Gulf Starke Fla.Ir
: of up ports, with Stuart
thejack: diamond V should discard 1 carefully City installed new .
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.tudied. W, B.
m k4 Mundy was channel of the Panama Canal their
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milDAY. JASCARY 17, 1030. BRADFORD COCXTY TELEGRAPH. RTARKE. FLORIDA t

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Mre. Oeo. C. White has returned Gainesville. --

from Tallahassee, where she spent I City Council
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several days. She was accompanied On account (of the inclement I

home by Mr. White w'atherVednelday afternoon theI' ProceedingsThe
Bits ofJDcal ; Tun ,
T. A. meeting was postponed ..4A..... .
Col.! S. F. Williams of Jacksonville until next Wednesday afternoon at city council met Jan. 7th r

was the guest' of his niece the usual hour. In regular session with all members I, '"

Nev Miss\ Pearl Jordan for a while i present. Minutes of the last 1I

Tuesday morning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs J. mugger of Mil- meeting were road and approved.A ( i

ford Conn., are spending several motion was carried( I that the I ,,'
Concerning Our People Business and W. R. McAdoo, who Is days In Starke before /going on city pay Mr. II. W. Balsden $5 (n0> I JI '1

and Town. spending several weeks in Starke, down state. They will be In per month for looking: after the I ILtiI ;
of the County
Progress was a business visitor to Gainesville Florida for two months. city prisoners This to bo In addition .0.

Thursday. I to the I regular board bills. I

s25a5sasaS7 S ,S?4S2S7Sa5C7S7S7S74SS2 ?S'S Mi', and Mrs Tale Powell of The Seaboard Air Line Dallroad( ( rb I 11.11
ur CJ Mrs H. L. nrownlee. Jr., of At- Macclenny, were in Starke Friday was allowed a reduction of $S58. a..*, .rI. ,
\VE.\TiIFIt: 1iF:1'01T: Mr. J. M. Conner was a visitor lanta, Ga., arrived here Wednesday ,
visiting relatives. Mrs. Lucy Pow from the 1929 assessment. ''. .'
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. here from RalfortI Saturday. for a visit with her parents ell returned to Mucclenny with The clerk was Instructed to ,. ',
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Date Max. Min. Precip.Ilan. Mr.\ and Mrs. M. Levlton. them for a visit of several days. wrlto the Seaboard, Air Line Hall- ,I u ..

8 77 63 .- New prints (In pique and waffle road relative to congested condition I.65 r

'J'an, 9 75 52 cloth at Stump's Store. Judge and Mrs. James He Kelly Judge 1z.., Adklns( Senator K.Mj of trucks, which greatly handicaps r
;,Jan. 10 77 48 I.- of Madison\ spent the N'd@krtii, ,{ : Johns ag4alit'\ ', H. C. Wall spent the loading of strawberries.Mr. '
'Jad. 11 88 48 here with Mrs Kelley'a\ sister, Wednesday Tallahassee
; , Xuomluy and ( in \V. L. Wall was appointed a I
12 61 60 ,08IJan. Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Richard of Mrs. A. S. Crews
l.1a8.. attending the meeting of
committee to confer with Mr.! J, M. It Doesn't Cost a Fortune to
13 78 51 ..18 Palatka., were in Starke Saturday. the state road department. Trilby relative to use of vacant L. 11.33Isar.

:>!an. 14 12 64 I Dr. II. B. McLendon. Miss Florence lot on 10th street for convenienceof be f lYcll-brcssed f / L- '

Jan 15 04't'otal Mr. II. V. Saxon was a visitor Matthews and Mrs .:. S. Mat- MUses Kstelle Davis, Ruth of public In handling tot l f- 1.41 '
rllw- : 1 is.aa: .
rainfall .26 Inch. here from Hampton Wednesday.New thews were visiting in Palatka, Sternberg. Annie Mae Pearce, Hazel berries Take, for 'Instance, these exquisite Onyx silk 'w__ 11.11I .

, Sunday. Adklns and Rosalind und Miriam The dual estimate of the : stockings. F*.hmn.right, color might, beel-ngtii. >.- U.AS ,lJr'f.

, fleet shed cured peanut seed at goods arriving daly! alSlump' Jacobs spent Sunday afternoon for construction of pavement contractors -- Onyx Perfect brautm, a'i $1.6( br pur1 I r-__ .1.4l.t

:low price. J. F. Klckllter. 1-3-tt. Store. Mrs. O. R. Frlsb'.e.'! of Evanston' In Gainesville. Bay Orange nnd Call streets -- 1.44.
charming chiffon HIM. king with the new.inurt 1'.RII
___ 111., arrived In Starke early in the was approved, for pa01l'nt.The 715"a Bale Modern" heel. ? 13.1.
Mrs. J. T. Moore of Lawtey was Miss Elizabeth': Howe of Lawteywas week and lit the guest t of Dr. and The regular business and<<1 pro- engineer submitted (he assessment 5.4t: "

.. ,rlsltor here Thursday. In Starke Monday afternoon.Nell Mrs. G. II. Lowry. gram meeting of (Ihr> (l. A. will beheld roll for the paving on "710" -the same limrrou chiffon u "71 S", bur It

Monday afternoon at 3:45: at 'flay Orange and Call streets and prefers the slender grace of the "Pointei" heel. .jo.nif

Carlquist of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs II. L. nrownlee the Baptist church. Circle 2 will the clerk was Instructed I to( notify

was:' a weekend visitor here. and daughter Mary, spent Sunday I be in charge and requests a large property. owners of amounts due. "830"a chiffon .totking that baa gone modern very

?$ ENT A WORD with Supt. and Mrs J. II. HI itch at attendance. gracefully with a saucy double-pointed heel of .r

{ Beautiful line of children's wash the state farm. HIXH.l'TIONS; t PON Till! rich blab ; a

suits and dresses' at Stump's.Mrs. The Woman's Missionary Society l i\TH::. OF :MUM. I'::\iM.I
iki4tIn ".J,.. A.t I. ttt tAns .Ii!
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If tvtHing
m COLUMN Mr. Callls Manning of the state of the Methodist church will IMUMJTON HU'tI.lUI'V tiljttmt

R. S. Johns of Lake Butler farm was visiting his parents, Mr. meet Monday afternoon, the 20th '

FOR RENT First and second visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Manning here Sun hnt., at three o'clock, at the 1"1'1'1\/1, It has pleased our 35.8Su.

floor apartments J. F. Klck- \V. II. Green Monday afternoon. day. church. Huslness und program Heavenly Father" to call from her II 7VAnewii __ ,1.$:)

}Iter. l-3tf. meeting. labours (on earth our beloved u... it.ti "Mi'9
I Mr. and, Mrs. S. T. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Dale Van Slekel friend, and sinter In Chrlnl.' Mrs. i

'FOR SALE-Wood, stove and fire- have moved to Willlston( after of Gainesville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jo:. S. Welter and Km in a Biiddlngton HI chard and S i'9 L 8.M

>place. E. M. Thomas, Phone 92. spending several months here. Sheriff and Mrs. AV. J. Epperson Miss Mabel Weller' drove through Whereas, by her life-long devotion STERH'SI'KOI ,L 1.O' .

r!1-1 T-4t- Monday night the country from( Kmlenton' Pa., and service to Saint I'lm! 'k's !t./1 Ii'1iI: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams and arrived here last Thursday. church( she became an Inspiration

r.WANTED' To have some trac- have announced the birth of a boy State's Attorney and Mrs II. V. While here they are guests of Mr.J. to others, who found her Info IIl1r 5S-sq io.it

plowing done. Steady plow- on Monday Jan. 13. Knight had as their ftuentn Tuesday M. Tru by. example of the higher; typu of 1I.., '.
ex-Governor" John W. Martin
;,lIor will pay $1.50 per hour. H. Chrlxtlanlty; t
Starke. 1.102NFOR Just received a full line of snap of Jacksonville.An Mr. nut Mrs. J. H. Lord and \Vherean, by her ronxlnnt, nttendanco .' j; ,
I Strohfeldt
: ,
! [ DSSIOVXI: \1: \'I'C'II1' prim to bo played on the (;ialnesvlIKi -
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their Mr. und Mrs Sit
,
bean seed. J. F. Klckllter. guests noaccRust nt service as long: us I shewat
interdenominational( Bible' o.ci si S.OWII.I.:-; ; i r ri.rn. Golf und Country Club'Hcinii'Ho :
' Ai.. and George' Heller of Flint able alma 135iS'v
set ,
an example of __ '.
Selected seed corn, ,
iitii.N( : :: oio ioGreen ; II'HIS: :
i4Ba cross of little cob and Shoe- Miss Z'lma'alts of Lake City study class will be held every I Ii Mich., and :\11"11 Fannlo Lord ofF loyalty worthy of emulation ; on Sunday afternoon January ,...*I j''j>, :"
I 2*Glh, the 1 Dual result of this
iMfeg, $1.00 per peck. D. L. PhiljJUp was the guest (of Miss Ma Belle Thursday evening In the Methodistchurch (>l1lon. :Mich., have returned from Therefore, be It resolved that( Cove Springs! cud vicinity
f 1 I Lawtey. HNEW Fore last week-end. i at seven-thirty o'rlock. u recent trip to llrooksvllle.Dr. we ever keep 'before us 1 llm. memory 'turned out III largo numbers" on lII1tl'll11"/ Pilchard, und llullwlnklo US.\o\ ,; ...
(Ii i up and, four to play Tim I It .
of her faithful stewardship :Saturday:; (In witness Iho professional .
Mrs. L.. A. HeyiiuUU returned 1 1TIIHday nieilal scores for the! \ouch 1 were: 15.36
I 1': I.,. Middleton of Savanmill
and
SKKUS FOR SPUING: Mr. and Mrs. Charles hurling. receive from It nn Incentive l golf match between Al Mrynnt
have to( her home( in Hender I Ga., spent here mid to follow her beautiful AI Bryant I : ;t
1 planting. Cole Planters and announced( the birth of a Sunday example: of the Palatka Country Clul paired -
\ Jan. 13. son, N. C. after spending: :( three wan/ I accompanied) ( home by his and that In "gniHp'ng'! the Out 54.1 IIJI14:1: : : 36 ;.
(fertilizer distributors, also Illv- hoy on Monday, t torch I with Chan Chandler of the ( 'I'J
week in Starke with relatives. wife and little daughter MarjorliSue > she threw" In :iil! 4ii: : 611 36 71 I .iwt/ .
,
era' Plows: at White's.: 1-17-4t. we may grow In imof (:liilneHVllln Club iiKulllHt I Jack(
New shipment of spring; dressesat who )have, been vnlliiK! ( Dr. u I n ess. !Packard( of (Greenville Pa., and( C'liau Chandler( : .

(FOR SALK: -- Simpson sugar canefor Stump's Store Dr. \\'. II. rtriiiBon) oral IJ1'1 and Mh'sV.. !K. Mlddleton. Also ho It resolved! ; that a ropy, (Jul. SI Siina/ Florid. )paired with out rnr 443 GIG 38 1- 14.46;; .
.
A. llrinson of Baldwin and ?ir. T. In 'ir.5 434 561 40 73 !
seed, genuine Porto Ricosweet --- - ---- - of t these resolutions I be furnished Bill)' lliilhvlnklo of Meudv.llu.; Pa., ,

[ potato( Seed.< J. M. Truby Llltlo Miss\ June Smith had as a A. BrliiHon of Hugh were In StiirkeMonday. I I Among] tboHB titleiullng limo II. the press a ('OJIY1'1'11(1'' ( upon( the and Keystouu Ilcighla.Start : Hilly Bullwlnkle: '

Starke. Fla. l-17tf : week-end guest, Miss Julia Dempsey ; U.I/ ,S. ba..I1(hllll Rumen at Lake minute St.' Mark's Itrnmli (>ftliii lug off (Out' 451 531: 444 37 Hit
with long IldV"H.l'ut'klll'll III :344 43:1: : 445 34 71 '
of Waldo.( ( : City last Frldny nigh) were: !MI H \\'Olllllll'KlIxllIlIl')'. and a copy I .
and Iliillu
Inkle sal In 'In
|()ST- -German police clog, male, ------- Mrs. \V. S. HlaUely and( little I Until, SI ernherJ(, bliss Kxtelle D be furnished to her devoted HOII Jack Packard: --- 15.5$'
year old, named Brownie.( He- MrV.. II. Hart of St. Augustine lion of Jacksonville, were guests' of I vl.., Miss Itomilind Jacobs, and !Mr. and daughter-in-law d and Mrs. tike (Ihl lead by winning: Iho II ruthoki. (Out 651 634: :33.1 35 .,. IIJS.4I*
,'. \ They lost I Ilie\ second, but) onrourhlug fit 345 623 444 31 ((19Uniaillla
M anti Mrs.V.. W. Ilalsden this
turn or send information to W. spent the week-end here with Mrs. ( Otis nrnckinan.Mi H. C. Richard( !, wllh our loving I the -
I Hcvelitli
: they started
A. Meads, Hampton. 1-10-21* Hart. week. sympathy and I the ---
--- --- --- iiHttimincu that' ,
I to pluy perfect, golf, winning: the
---- __ : hold Mrs. James ( \ I thin auxiliary shares their '. 114,
'ollllo1\Y'1 ( "" .ler.III seventh solid eight, and from then -- Paint 11\:1\: Supply Co. ---
( (OR SALE Sntsuma trees, 15 i Mr. and Mrs. Ed U. :Neff! of Miami \- Miss Minnie Gruber returned Mi und Mrs.\ lllotint und son call-i> Ibis our common Borrow. !ulldliift< vegetable dlnplny, window< 14.54
on 1 they went never In 1 Iho rear
Bents to 25 cents; pecan trees, Beach, wererecent visitors of last week from Alm.t, Ga., where ell on Mr. and Mrt H.: D. (' Respectfully, All In fri nt part of .store.
four )plavers played Hue golf
20c to 60e in lots of 25 or more. Col. and Mrs A. S. Crews. oho hud )peen spending several Monday OIL I the'r' way from Lucia S. Alvarez .
111',1// but Iho honors of the day hliould Fort dyers - llnlldltig for eollored (lit
If. H. Wiggins. 1102t. weektt.' trait !Midi., to 'South A nil In A. (-'razee, Rer
certainly bu nlv;n to Jack Packard people I to lie, lined for exhibits
Every day U bargain day atStump's They .will tour I the Houlh for l lor )Etta; C. HIIOVPI-', 1604
Mr. Biiil MrsV'. I1. Randall. and who shot n onoi9/ !' for tlio. IX! stud new !Inilldlnn/; / hUll Kl!! fancywork
u fOH S'LI'Jusl: received large Store.( three months, and may return Committee on IteHoliitloim SI .
holes So pleiiHed wele tile dlMpluy, to hn erected( at I." .) 14154
pec-
bLl shipment of bean seed, all va- son, Hill, Jr., of Tampa were recent to( Starke on their way hack its Murk's Branch,, W. A.Tavnren .
tailors! with:i I ll') niali t h I but I HieUnlneHVllli : "loiiul)' ""II.ItI'\IIHI> l". 26511.31
of Mr and Mrs J. M. -
rieties. Squash tomatoes, peppers M.'. and Mrs. Dan Boreo and, guests they were much pleased with ourHty. ------+-----.-- '
lull are ti.lntt to Hallow' ,Hoi Idi ;Niitlniiiil/ IIink: ,
,
Alvarez UI'.I
Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1- family of Jacksonville were In t Florida, I'uldli'" Service
"range n "leliirn null, ll wllli opened fin hllMlllets In I tills pln" "".
10-tf. Starke Sunday afternoon. Company making tmproveilinnlH -
State's Attorney and Mrs. It. V. Fey1''st: I'riwpertq for newprint + 'In dlHlrlhiitlon' llm to How- '

( SALK --- Automobile seat 1'. T. A. having:( food Bale Saturday Knight had as dinner guests !Mari: ofllc, (. building here bright ,I < .\ Ill-lll'-IIIIlM 1 /'KKSSIKG C'UJII'ANYSuits "U

: saves your upholstering, 18th at Morgan's Store. Pies, day evening Mrs. C.' e.! lloppn of | Lake VnrHiork' ilnrii ohm I.rikoVulrv, Si-iinl Th".ntnlimtalled ,.> leaned( Pressed!:; and( Ite.shaped 10.5 ft

keeps It dean. $2.05! up. Cakes salad l and( baked beans Tampa add' Mrs J.' V.'. Klncnld... of | nlalnri' gidt' "inline on slap. inat talk' i.. equipment) J, Frank /lwllIclIl-I'IIO/l 52You

Ion or call Mr. Albury, Rt. A ------- t'atk'Hburg, Ky. i i iMr. IIUI.hw..1, imii i ot I.in, ,rin. lSL

()" 1G4. city. It* I*. T. A. having food sale Satur __. >.iveiiiin, amid 1 K K; f rail" "nid rk ( ? a' I ' =
iu.uTr
day 18th at Morgan's Store Pies and Mrs. 0.V.. Foster of :]' - -. !M'1''

AM INSTALLING: A GRIST MILL Lakes, salads and baked beans. Hendei-Horivllle, N. C., have arrived '. 11.1A {

and crusher north of depot( at here from Tampa und will 631

[ Starke. Will be ready to grind Auto topH, cushions dud cushion spend the remainder of the winterIn 1,1

[after Saturday. Jan. 11. Toll( 1 covers.) M. Levlton. 2Ctf Starke. FLORIDAT 1'

quart to( each peck. Joe o 1'1 ffis. --- I I.e I. 17,1!'(
1102t'on Miss'fln Edith McCoy\ of Ala- Mr.i and Mrs. Wilbur Mel'hernon I.I
I II! EATRE fdTw tew e
il/
- chua Is visiting :Mrs J. H. Ultch: and children and Mr. and Mrs .1..1.F r\ -J-

QUICK SALE -- Four acres Jr. '. Fabey", nil of (riHlnesvllle. were Holmrif. Yllji]>lioniProgram I ItllJJ.T1,

guests recently ot )Dr. und !MrxJ. t
of land new house garage, 14- iyii
000 strawberry plants plants Miss L'lllan Barefoot of Sander 1'. !Mark.Mlitnes -- .
_ _ \ !:
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fertilized mulching at patch. son spent the week-end here with hU Week of Jan. I I \ i '

Sell strawberries or farm. See Miss Inez Abernathy. I Illanrhe( Alderman flu n- f /sp? I ;k' Las
me before the 25th. I). Ti. Sapp lee Perkins!!, Betty ChalUlwrlalll.1 19lh 1930Mnnday t 1 23.15

Starke. it.LOST Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Galney and MuBelle Fore and Ethel Griffin SL41
_u___ !Miss\ Lois Galney: ) of Brooker were I spent Thursday afternoon In I I .

..- Jan. 9. One Walker visiting hero Tuesday. I, Tuesday :. : II ECULATION ..1411,1MM 35.73

hound n. W.. & T. with a perfect --- I rt 17.5$
r
I, tan diamond( In his fare. When Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Kppernon. "Chatting Rainbmcn"with

lost lied collar with name and Jr., of Jacksonville were here last i GAIETYTHEATRE .

address., Was last seen! near week. I I A Special Cast ..

Hampton Beach following a. cur .,. 50,11
Heward $10.00. Notify I>. H.[ We take care of all special or-I I II : All talkingWcdncsdau

McMillan: Alachua, Florida. 1- tiers for window shades rods and | I "

17-2t- draperies. Any width, color and STAIIKE, FLA. : I..f.:: .
M.7
quantity desired. Satisfaction -
\ --- - -- -- -- -- --------- ; "
'guaranteed. -- I I 0 aJl. r p ff
Stump's Store. ,i MM
k roil SALE Mrs. Chas. Swen- iI I .
. son will sell at her home in I Saturday, )cc. IS "Tlt :ir Ou-n Desire"; .- -- ff' $1.31.
Keulnh Park Melrose Fla. J. '\'. Andrews, Jr., Bth'ndedl ... .
( alimited
Hoot Gibson :12.?
number: of about the Ford dealers convention In I with ,. _: .

used housekeeping everyaccessory Jacksonville Tuesday.Col. In I Norma ShearerAll Must Make Your Choice. I r-._ -.. .1 41,"...

or connected with It, or any "Courtiif Wililcats"Also . .1..
day from 2 to lOp. m. excepting !. J. L. Frazee'spent Monday I II talking- t ....- J...
la Gainesville attending the openIng I _
Sunday to those who are kind
sessions of circuit court for Comedy "Should Scotch
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- -
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enough to call. it'OR InvestmentTo "JI\;
, Alachua county I men :Marry?" Thursday & Friday"So I or Speculation! 4Ee1,

f SALE Improved M\lab-Un: And Paramount News
New spring Gossard( Combinations -. ,_
ary strawberry plants, Arkansas This Is College"With
.
and display atStump's 4 ..J
girdles on - - - ? .
grown( nursery stock, best put your money in To rich
Store. That new frock TIIUKS-FUL! 23-21 a your money on ,. ."JUI'

money. Satisfaction can buy. Florida guaranteed.certified. calls for new lines. Universal SpecialIn o savings account at a Tim: the stock market ingrains .......

Don't buy elsewhere until you A Special Cast legitimate rate of interest or in some wiM-
\. I DIFFERENCIJIS) : { ; I; 17IS.44."
Miss Iva Boyd leaves Sunday< for All
write for I | talking in I H lank
my prepaid prices. "IlROAmVAY"also a of cal t scheme "guar: ,
Tampa to enter the Tampa Business -
buy second runners In Sept. Oct.
(
t and November. W. G. Shirley, College. known solidity and in anteed gilt: edged:; ," :. l7iH't41;:

Dlnsmore, Fla. 1-17-llt. ---- 5th Episode of "ACE OF te rity |1'4 INVEST- it always! i4.; of course
Mr. and Mrs\. H. A. Bishop, ) and SalurdalJ.4Poillled HAPPINESS:
MENT.; That
lies! is SPECULATION.That
way ,
1\lrll. G. K. Lewis spent Sunday In SCOTLAND YARDS"SATURDAY .
St. Petersburg and Tampa. - 1/eeln" safety and a safe increase OR RUIN way lies worry,
---- - -
[ASBESTOS SHINGLES ROOF- 23; With of capital. I INVESTMENT possible: ruin. SPECULATION ;: (] J'I1
Mrs D. K. Knight and Mrs H.I t
ING V. Knight spent I last Friday in WALLY WALESIn ; William Powell, Helen I : U Kood is bad business. l. 'il;

BUILDING MATERIALIILL: Jacksonville.( j Kane business. .
Fay Wray

WORK LUMBER: Thousand of smart dressers "FLYING IJUCKAROO" : I

"Anything Contractors Use"Vrlte : wear Humming Bird hose. Don't also:: Talking or Sinning i <<

for our low cash prices f. o. forget they Store.are guaranteed atStump's Comedy "Ills Angel Comedies DailyGAINESVILLE j I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

b. your job via truck Child" and Paramount
-- -- I .- - ItRADFOltD COUNTY'S FINANCIAL \ .
NIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE Mr. and :Mrs. O. E. Stanabury News STRONGHOLD;

jt27 W Forsyth St. Jacksonville, and daughter. Edna and Iva Boyd FLA. L tli

Florida. were in Green Cove Springs Sun- Show Starts at 6:15 : fIN
1213tf. day afternoon. I .tut{

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.' IHMDFOIID COUNTYTELEGHAPITSTAREE.VLOflWA FRIDAY. .JANUARY:'

: PARE SIX .. n ..-...---- u_ n_. ------ - 0"_ .. n .. _n .. ____. 111a"'
r _ ... --.---- conduct their farm and home -
-
n nO -- I H. IIAIIIV HI'KriALIHT; oper-
_ _
1 -- nO" on : IN }'I.OlUnTWO I WK10KH \ I II ations in the most modern man-
J ; -1' I HUIlAh COMMON SENSE' ner. It also does the older peopleof WRLT FARM l'RO<;it/lM

!.>i' and Farming How to !Mr. J. H. McLnln, extension I Jig Spud Johnson I II the community good, for theysee

, ; : I Farmers z RaisePoultry dairy specialist' with tho United I I how things are being done by "The Voice of Florlila" J

States". Department of Agriculturespent the boys and girls and get the

1, : : (By Agricultural Editor) dU last week and will spend KXtWHAUK: Till; JSOY.SAM urge to do a little better them- The )
) OIltLS TO KNUOM: Florida Agrlcultunil ,
I j.
", next week In Florida visiting dairy selves.I "
f I -- '- I Pr- D. LeGear, V. S. IX: nt'n.\l. CL.VI1OKK tension Division announces tli f f.,
on 8:1
-- ,
: and
farms organizations.
I t have watched this club work in lowing farm talks ,.
Mo.T over tht
Lout
St. ( ,,
I'' : I Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles ,I >r.L.Gear!I.a graduat.f the OntarioVatarlnarr lie will speak over the state radio Our children are the hope of the the count)! and am firmly convlc- station WnUF beginning at : .11|i

and :Methods Found CoIl.... 'B9 'Fhrr-.I. station YVnL'F, January 18that ed that it should be rtaclil" more eastern
standard time
of Farm Experiences .,....ol future and we should give them each d,1I l
veterinary pracrloa on
i 12:15: ; his subject being
of II.. tock and poultry. Bminantauthority chance for development.One boys and girls. I know the county
To He Best Suited to Our Country every Saturday, Jan. 18.-Am ,
I on poultry and cock ntolnft.2fod'onallv I.I "Dairying In the South. lie is and home demonstration agen's I" ,

.. __ __ ____ ___ __ ____ .n_______ I :' .known poultry braadar the guest of the Florida Agricultural of the greatest opportunitieswhich tural news.
jl .. .. ,- -- .- --- pIHS. .. ___ I I Noted author and taclurar. rural boys and girls have are doing a great deal, but with I Monday Marketing Hon..
Extension Division. I n!
:% m'iuiss: HAS BEST: I -- today that they did not have 20 the help of the people of the va-, H. Foster, apiary inspector, _i,,'

it itJ4 Foul try men Of (;,\Kiii.v:: : 1'I.omU\ -- ---- '.\rtlclr.MXMAKl.Ntt The standard of poultry flocks years ago Is the chance to enroll rious communities, they ran do plant board. 'I'V
more. It Is just a question of us
work is
III 4-II club work. This
WI\: .iLL-n\it: ('O 'nST: ItKi On.SorT In the Plant City section is con- Tuesday Farm Flash, i I',.
Eleven CountiesTo : conducted In the counties by the all getting together/ and pulling. grani.
OF MTTM: OXI':!'! stantly being Improved throughthe and home demon- I believe, and I have had considerable -
The award for the best garden county agents Wednesday The Daln I u""I, 1C''
observation this
raising of a high grade of stration agents. I see reports that prove look for 1930- Hamlln\ L II.> ,,
Organize \
In tho 1929:! All-Year Garden Contest Proper I'rpilliiK ot'11111( lnal>Clr.t" belief correct, that 4-II club workIs \\1 .
birds, with the result that egg production during 1929 there were 700,000 extension dairyman
,: In which 29 Florida counties ,,('(. l nHiitf I tlu' };"I'I)' !>aya f one of the best possible waysto l
-- per hen Is being increased rural boys and /girls; enrolled In Thursday Primer for 'J i ..11'' .
I'' (). ,"' "'...Iot)4. otI /I ('II hk'K j\Islciicc-: get boys and girls Interested
l.f.,1 TIII.11 10) competed, wan recently won materially III this section.' O. E. this work In the United States Farmers.

I I IMmil mid :>:''n"miu ('()u nt 1r4 by Mrs.\ II. M. Hurgess, of Holmes Raynnrd, secretay of the Florida It is one kind of a club that In rural life and betterment of the Friday How to flab ," Mn'
nuslness took Into a small
Upsides feeding her family me Baby Chick Association and proprietor costs nothing to join. The boys homo and the community. Club Pigs In 1930-Dr. A. L :sii ,,,

PotI1tr3'lfltIlOt Duvol and Nassau county.with vegetables she sold $130.35 rountry court room recently. As of a poultry farm statedIn and girls simply agree to conduct work should do much to keep the II head department of animal I.> .

approval convicted chIcken that Dr. D. C. Gillie what known demonstrationIn boys and girls on 11)3) farm, and to Florida ;
counties. with the worth of vegetables, and filled 1-, I entered, a announcing Is as a bandry Experiment' ,I

; of tho Florida State Marketing 140 coiita'ners! nnmo of which thetf was Just receiving sentence: poultry service veterinarian of the raising of a pig or calf, the make farm life more pleasant and tlon.
Let's have
t the State Live Stock Sanitary growing of of corn, more profitable. more Respiratory Diseases of
an acre pea- I' .
needed .I:
the lead In organizing exchanged for products tho rock pile
have taken I were : : "Tlilrty days on ,
Bureau boys and girls enrolled In It during -
In the home. For I the achIevement Board, would
; : n largo; regional co-op- she was given $50 by the Henry," drawled the judge and to accredit a number of local ment of the home, canning, sew- 1930. Experiment'; Stain" <<

eratlvo marketing association Chilean Nitrate of Soda )Kducudinal ; continued, "and when you get flocks. Inl K. etc. While this work Is usually Answers from the Farm ''i ", .

/ which It l I" planned shall I I Include Bureau homo agttlnl len ry, get yourselfHomo I fun for them, it does them a lot No useless animal should be lion Box will come near lit. .,'11

little chickens-honestly- One of the most important eventsof tearhlng'them the of each .
counties within a radius Second place In the contest was of good in how to kept through wlntpr."EDUCATIONAL program. ..
the eleven
mid( try making big ones out of the for Florida has been 1 .
of seventy-flvo miles of Jacksoivvlllf won by Mrs. O. a. Fletcher, Gascl- year -----0- '.1
while instead of 1--
little for ,
ones a the taking over by the United i
>. den county, for -which she received u''
I always having to make little ones
States of the
systemof
nuval iind ?Nassau county poult 1- $25 worth of perennal! plants given the rock government i
out of big ones on county canals and extending I
t hymen have hold several mcHlngsnnd by the lIen St. Mary\ Nursery. pllo I ihe WilY you've been doing along the- coast waterways of Florida providing \'\ I/l/ '
unanimously decided to go Third place went to Mrs.\ A. M. jI//f
here lately. "
I' alu-nd Over 20 years ago, I adopted a Capo Cod to West. The Government #
Key m'
Julian! Languor./ organizer! of Central I $15 worth of plants from t the chicks whichproved \ !:'

{I Florida Poultry I'I'ollu('(>l's'Coopel'lllh'e !loyal 1'almn nursery, and for plan of feeding successful young that I have U already under obligations 11:: :o;: tt::;:! ::;:! ::- .vctilO', MI't 1$ %

JUsoclatloii has Ix'eiiri fourth they gave !Mrs. John Tyson HO to spend four million dollars ;::0;: ::;:! / ::
continued: It without change ever for widening the canal and $123-;)
l l I Ihs poiillryinen as or- : Alachua $10 in .
tabled
j' ri < hy> county, plantings.A since.: Many have adopted It, tried bJal
000 for maintenance.'
ganizer of the new association.AddresHliiR . i utilization card and complete it and a year 01.1. ROWS
all sorts of variations to
< Duvol county poul- records> were kept and at leant two 01
have revolved all around it in va-
A call has just been issued by
i,. trynien nt tlia pre-organUaflon fresh: vegetables served each day rious ways. Invariably, however, William L. Wilson, chairman of Vol. IV, No. 1 Vlr inia.Caruliua Chemical Corporation Copyriglotl't9; !) 1:'
meet'iiKH: now being hold!, C. It. by tho contestants. A budget of
they return again to my original the Florida State Chamber of piD'
,
1.lagoon Dnval) county poultry the canned vegetables was also '
and system. I know that many can Commerce' Industrial ('ommlttl'e'i TALK UP FARMING! A TON TO TilE AGUE D'1
Is
spprtallBt Mays: "Formation I considered. rfS PROGRESS
I successful' I operation of I this BHHO-! Awards of $25, $15 and $10 profit by adopting my method, so for a meeting' to be held In Jacksonville "Many well-meaning persons ways difficult and slow. HUman "On most soils that have been VIai

I . <:lilt Ion will In my opinion, materially was given by the Chilean Nitrate I C shall describe It as fully as Saturday, January 11, : have been busy talking: dollars on nature seems to resist It. farmed for 25 years or more, .an'" aiCi
.? the space will permit. I do not claim immediately following a gatheringof the value of farm realty. It Is timeto We oppose change. We cling average application of at least 2> >
add to the success of of Soda Educational; Bureau to the CiT<
this is the best method, for thereIs the organization's board of Itrectors. quit this nonbense and look at to custom and tradition. But pounds of fertilizer per acre pi r
North Florida. ; ( -
.
poultry industry In best Home Demonstration Claim no best one. If your present some pertinent facts According to farmers are not greatly different year can be made to yield a BUI".
.
The committee!( which
reak production! of eggs[;[; will boicathed entering minimum of 85 the other In stantlal ordinary ei
a percent Census of 1925, the value of from groups profit on crop'
method gives the desired results,
i In March and April and of their members in the con- was recently created Is launching farm property in the United States this resJ>ect. The same things As much as a ton of fertilizer i nacre T

v this new co-operative should takeover test. They were won by Providence do not change.A ; an active campaign for the expressed was $$57O17,000. the value of might be said of bankers, can be used to advantage "M 1 fiiHI

.4 the marli .'tiii(? of the majority Federal, Itouds! and Sycamore great many are now successfully pu'l'po"eof emphasizing livestock XI.858.ooo.noo, the value of merchants, manufacturers. market garden truck and lilKliu
feeding an "all mash" ration Florida's industrial( potentialities.Through farm machinery 12,60IOOCl.OOO.) The Resistance to change, contentment specialized crops."-DR. FIRMAN E
of tho whlrh come Into
egK" clubs, respectively. All
I1I'ehi from the start to maturity; and the servicesof mortgage debt was l,5l7ouo.ooo. -these are the obstacles ]BEAR Ohio State University.VO tlfc
C the Jacksonville. market, candle, CrUilHiluii county, and Miss\ )Elsie; 'nut feeding whole or cracked itSChnlrmair We could pay our total mortgage that stand lit the way
any
the committee have been tendered -
Krude puck and merchandise instead Lutlttee Is tho home .
demonstration debt by our livestock and have of all progress. "
4 ,\: of lumping'( the 'gKK on the agent. grain at all. !Many others successfully to all organizations and communities $310OOO,0<) left to start another '- -H. C Ramgower x"1 There art 2,100 county agricultural

&. market during I ; the surplus season. start their baby chicks on Interested III industrial herd. What other great Industry In agent in the United Statei. r
1 a mash "starter feed" and after development. America can pay its funded debt V-O v-o :
1I "EK whUli are strklly (candied Moro\ than 7000 automobiles are
I I two weeks supplement It with commercial with a part of one Item of Its equipment -
graded and properly packed, camping on the municipal campground "A ton fertilizer per acre costing Living On His CapitalLand
will command a higher! price In at Arcadia with more nrilvlng chick grain, etc. I.abell Grounds! around Hen- ? Let's quit talking agriculture $4Qi does not disturb a man who pro E
My method' Is quite different down-let's begin to talk It and buildings are nii"
dry county courthouse building be- duces $1,000 worth of product peracre.
tho Florida: Markets than producers hourly for the Tin Can ;
up.-E, S. BAYARD, Editor. PennSylvania -
than four-fifths of the >
averov-
!
j. When chicks about 48 -DR. FIRMAN E. DEAR
on an average; ore now receiving Tourist Convention of the World, I my are ing beautified.grit Farmer and Ohio Fllrmer.V.O farmer's investment. poor land ,
liours old, I take them out of the
,t' ," nays! Mr. MaRoon.: "TMs which opened Monday to last ulI-1 ( V-O hardly worth while. Good land thu1,
Incubator and put them Into the and charcoal.Vhoeti! six weeks Et
hue been demonstrated' by the veiy til FrIday n'ght.' The large'
Ij j 1IIt1-1 brooder room I that Is warm thoroughly old, crumbly wet mash can be I "THR ACRE VALVE of the crop gov- V-C FOR TUNG TB EESTOO
: siK'censf I operations (If the central ber of luxuriously equipped
Ij i- "
cleaned and disinfected. fed In troughs at noon, only what ems the amount. of feotilfzer.MACS. .
Tuna oil is now being producedon
> uMsodat lOll
j Florida poultry mobiles and house Is
I cars auto-I Tile temperature under the hover I they will clean up In fifteen minutes AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. a bin scale In Florida, where
In prespntliiK( tim plan of organization ublu especially to one t
to hoe Dtival and Nassau with humble should be clone to 100 degrees, and made by wetting the dry I V-O BOMK) trees came Into bearing In
conveyances \! the fall of 1037 and ten times that
mash with milk, and leave' oft the -
the should not he too cold.I
county malt' rylnen, Julian the Tin Ciioo bet's when I he convention room Selling Is Called For"In many had been planted. The fol-
noonday grain feed. ;
give them' at this tIme fresh buttermilk :
=
I Langer said: The form of organization was organized half a dozen lowing year the total was 100,000 !
' adopted, Is one which recognizes or fresh clabbermllk In Beginning/ with the sixth week, I this day and time. Industrial trees bearing. ;
years ago.
clean vessels that are protected so start feeding whole wheat, cracked products are sold. They are sold in Tuna oil Is the best heat and
that
co-operation among producers cern and milo maize IIIRtead'of unbeUevablo Quantities, but in Is drained poor by being worked to >
they cannot into the milk with fine water-reals! oil known to science,
will not lie successful I unless The palatial Ponce do Leon, get death without the right sort of fertilizing
chick grain or mix them together. and is the most important constituent -
their feet. I also them
; the "poultry Industry" Is or- Florida's oldest and most beautiful provide of waterproof paints and will get down to a poor Investment -
with water, with Chick Tablets Chicks now may ('at'Ilole sprouted in time.A man who works
nlzml. I(intend of !t'nl districts -
jlU; resort hotel,
was formally opened varnishes. The world's supply usedto
, dissolved In it, in clean vesselsprotected oats and can also handle med his land to death without restoring:
and filled to organize the Saturday evening with a dinner come from China, where the
ium size grit and charcoal. Schedule It as he goes is living on his capital
In the I also
poultry I ml nut ry. "The realm! dunce uud entertainment withmore I same way. tuns: tree grows wild. The Florida himself U ho
-and he's fooling
Florida Pooh Association was give them baby chIck grit, and and( system of feeding remains oil is fluid to be far superior to tile
ry than two hundred and
Income.
llfty thinks It Is
.', only successful In its marketing III attendance.( This Is the largest charcoal and keep this before themat as before, gradually Increasing ration -' I 11/11 Chinese product.At > at
1 until the birds approach least 6O.OOO acres of tung trees V-O
maturity -
all times.A .
when It Included all .
operations number of that has attended
people -
In the United
should be planted
Then they have the "FLORIDA the grapefruit to
few hours later I give them may gave i
: eight countlea sending eggs; Into the Ponce de Leon opening III States just to supply this 'country's -
rations intended for laying pullets the world, and to Florida it seen a
their first feed which is pinhead spite of this the belief persists that
Orlando where ,
they handled demand state
are yearly, says a
than
of
; more a score
years. Florida claims the -
to bolonu. grapefruit <
and
hens or breeding males.It farm products do not have to be
(steel cut) oatmeal. This is the Balanced fertilizers
graded;; and packed and redistributed publication. DuPuv.TT .
as her own.-\V. A. aI
th rnu gin)ut tho onsumer's Tinmss.\: ; \\OM\VH IIOMK I name kind of oatmeal our mothers is most Important to keep be sold-that bought.they"-SAMUEL will be OROWTHER.and ought to like V-O are used to make the trees -Q"No

used to make mush out of when chicks growing every minute. That crow faster.
territory IUMO.NSII.TIOrLvn: ;MI-KT:: :
Is what this schedule is Intendedto V-O : Better Than VC""I
I
MI'. 1iuiRliL'itold the poultry- wo (the older of us) were young v-o I

l '. men that I the form of organization;; The regular monthly meeting of It can still be secured in all thelarger do and It will succeed if given afair "IT IS NOT UNCOMMON for an Investment When It's Safe to Follow planted 125 acres of Irish potatoes -

nilopted Iii central Florida, all of tho TheresHa Woman's Home\ Demonstration / cities. Kolleil oats are too chance. You cannot raise In fertilizer to pay back the "Copying) some one individual Isunsafe. using!: V-O American Bnuxl, I

the strength;; of. the Petuluma, and club met at TheresHii large to feed nt this time unless chicks successfully, however, without principal and 100 per cent or more U however we find the great 7-7-5, and got an average yleM i of
broken I constant attention to detail- of Interest before the year has over 100 barrels of prime U. S. ( 'Io
) spreal the
other 1'iiclflc Coast Asxorlatlons school house! Saturday afternoon. III papers on
neglect will never do It, 1'assed.-DR. FIRMAN E. BEAR. No. 1 per acre. On some of m. ''uml
and I hat with minor exceptions The meeting was called to or- floor near the hovers and put the I dug more than 140 barrels '" the
v-o
I the plan and policies' will be Identical. door by the president, !Mrs.: S. H. oatmeal on the paper and they acre. I have used this brand .) cluslvely tli

lie slaited, major control Dodd) and they began the meeting are soon all eating I leave LET'S GROW MORE SUGARThe dtmaJorltv for 20 years and know them is

of the eggs centering on the Jncknonvllle I by singing America, followed by a tills before them for about ten I COFFINS & CASKETS people of the United Stateseat no better fertilizer on the market." i
,. tnlnu tee. C.H. Paulson Modest Town Va.
market would( enable the [ prayer' by !Mrs. Dodd. The regular Ami, n Pull Line of every year twice as much sugar!
Association to control surplus during routine of business was gone The second feed may consist of as they grow. The whole cane and v-o

tf.Jf the spring months and that through. Mrs. Dan) !Moore was appointed either commercial chick grain or Undertakers Supplies beet sugar crop of this country and "RURAL LIFE Is basic.Without the r

tho effect of Biirh control. by the chairman of the club room oatmeal. After the first day and Its possessions--Porto Rico Hawaii, of the most successful fol- farmer there can be neither life nor I

Central Florida Association' had committee. The object U to finish for the first ten days I mix, one .\AUTOMOIUI.K' .\nSN the Philippines and the Virgin! lowing certain practices, we may prosperity nor!security. Agriculture
Alitn>.N on 1nn.0.. The brat Island!-is only half enough. The rely on these as pretty safe, especially produces the food and the fiber that
been to lube 0 the average; return equipping( ; a room at the schoolhouse fart of oatmeal and two parts ..,rt loe nt the ....,.... I.....'.-.. rest must be Imported.We eat more when they check with experiments sustain and shelter the race" -
to members about three cents a to be used, I for club) chick grain! and toed what they "
u room. "Hprt'lnl' I nltvnllon. to tel."rio eh sugar than any other people In the and tests. -J. B. B.DICKEY. LoUIS 'J. TABEB Master National
dozen for the year. "This Increases Tho program! committee will meet will clean up In about fifteen minutes or.Oer.IIE(1IsI'IltEI. .. world. Penn State College. Orange.

in price", be said, "in. not at the homo of Mrs. Dan !Moore every three hours at 6, 9, : : > 1111 \I.n: l\ ,

an arbitrary Increase In the price Tuesday! evening at 7:30: to make 12, 3 and o'clock.. Milk U8 well t;;

. to the consumer. but n merchandising out u program of work for the as water should be kept before DEWITT C. JONES

', operation." "Dlst rlblllors" yen i'. tliem all the time. Also tender !I'rutlLOll: In t

(' he said "1I0W buy eggs from pro- Miss\\ Jordan gave;; a steam pressure grass or other green food should VinCINIA.CAROLINA CHEMICAL CORPORATION .1.1d

i ducers. candle, grade; and repack cooker demonstration, showIng 1 be provided every day. It milk is

,
Florida; eggs III new CHAPS omit fill. how the flavor of food could not available, one hard boiled egg -- -' --

0' eros and then offer the eggs for be retained and I time and fuel saved should be ground up flue and fed o ., _" .. , ,-, c .'":' "
I .. .
,
sale In the rotiiumer markets at I by the use", of the steam pres to each 25 chicks each day.t "

higher prlcpsthan the Jacksonville sure. Two hens a meat loaf, cur- keep clean chaff or short cut liKOWNLEE KKOS. G.; W. ROBERTS

'" quotations. The Central Florida rots, Irish potatoes and rice had straw on the floor of the brooder STRAWBERRY PLANTS OF QUALITYFor
.
Association"\ said "receives on been brought: III by the ladles and room and after the ('blrksl\r& 4 or Starke Lawtey

an average! not less"' than two cents the cooker was packed& before the 5 days old, I scatter all their grain strawberry
fifty years we have grown and sold the best -
; higher for its graded eggs than audience. Only forty minutes was feed in the litter and make them

** the Jacksoiullle quotation against required to cook: the food. scratch for it. During the second plants grown. See our agents and get your order'

fc;,*' rn average price before organlzutlin -, The good ladles of the commun week I start feeding a dry mash! in with them or mail direct same to me. Plant crop Is

';..i of live ttnts below the Jacksonville ity had brought In bread. Jelly, made by mixing equal parts wheat short this season every place so we advise you to get or- t

;, quotation dike and lettuce bran, meal wheat Useful Books for You
't ''I : The cooker was yellow corn der In early and make sure of your wants.
''. !; "The charter for the new asso opened up. and a regular dinner middlings, oatmeal and if no milk I,

('laUoll'hlell Is to be known as was served the ladles at 5:30.: Hot l Is being fed 1 add 10 percent of My agents are N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., .F. F. Flume, i

:r" the North Florida Poultry Pro coffee was served after the dinner. good grade sifted meat scraps! to We have a series of helpful bookletsone Hrownlpe Bros., Bradford County Strawberry Asaolatlon! !

:1) ,. ducers'' Co-operative, is being forwarded The regular monthly meetingwill !: the mash. For about a week I give
ky, for each crop-to help increase and J. 1[. ;Moore, Lawtry, Fla. Prices good<< Missionary,
.. to Governor Carlton this be held at the school' house them In hoppers at 9'and 3 o'clock '

'\, \ week." the first Saturday after the first each days what they will eat of your profits. Sent upon request, without -il from young beds 1000 to 5OOO, $:!. Over 50OO, 1)12.73) t.

Literature Is being prepared by :Monday: In each month. Would he this mash in a halt hour. This, of in and o. b. here. 4

f, the organization committee In Du- glad to have any of the ladles join course, is fed dry charge-or come get your j'!'i ,.

," val and Naxtiaii counties which: will us. When the chicks are about two copies. It pays to know fertilizers; ..:;: J. A. BAUERLOCK I
'I
.<' be forwards to every poultrymunin weeks old. this dry mash can be h
':;, North Florida and Invitations Capt. Thomas U. Hodges kept before them all the time in Facts prove Bradley's pay more profit i" BOX 38 J"JSOXURK.. i

are being extended to leading poul- er shell flab", commissioner, form-I hoppers. When I begin feeding the for every dollar invested in fertilizer; ,'' -IY

trymea in all districts to join with day announced his above mash. I discontinue the 9

tho Duval And Nassau men Informing secretary of state, subject to the and 3 o'clock grain feed and feed --

local committees to cooperate democratic primary election in grain but three times each day j

with poultrymen from other I June. He Is a veteran state ofllclal Also when I begin giving;; the dry BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS

counties. Meetings[ of poultrymento having held the shell fish mash I leave the oatmeal out of

bear Larmier outline the plans commission post since the department the grain and give chick grain '1- We can charge 0 UDQ
I >, of the new association will be held was (created 1913 and was Y YES your

at all point during February. Organization replaced last! week by Cov. Doyle only.From the third to the sixth (I}* I ) 0 llIlU.

(offices( \ have been'e tab- K. Carlton, who named E. (O. week, I continue feeding baby STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .

; lished Commerce In tho Jacksonville Chamberof Strickland Penmicola, as comm is- chicks scratch grain In litter mornIng -I ("AA QUALITY") j
building stoner
IL :, noon and night
U increasing the Gradually Loot for the"AA QUALITY" ital on the back of eretj;'
amount but !
i Fort l\lyer. Contract awarded Jacksonville Improvements giving them more than, can never be bag of fertilizer you bu,,. If It your-guarantee of quality i stark

for improvement of fair will be made to local -
airport at cleaned In 15 Garage
minutes.
up At all

t __________ grounds.t 'a- cost of approximately $3,200. times keep before them mash Fla. !I Ii.


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ID.\Y. JANUARY 17. 1030. nnAi>Fom> COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA PACK !KKVFV 1 ,,I

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. yasssasssisisisasssssssssssR I Orlando Fla. More than 60 <-ompliilnn.nlVH r.HV'MN'

homes In Orange county were practically n. I ir r. smith.! rn\, .

H. S. JOURNAL 3x -J i _" n -* fed from early fall gardenx.Minn ; appoailnx Ijffi'iiila" bv HIt .afndavlt, flli'd" ilf ......

the .* forerUme ", .,..;
"""" : Mamie 1C. Wrlftht. home dem- aiuive taUNi to .101.I
. ) J TS jSs SlSs '(ilK"''. that' ttit* rlefemlantH. R: If.
onst'ratlon agent mated.Chipley ( Smith Carl Kindred and. (1. T. !Mnffloy -
JSKWSPtPEIl STAKFCdltcrlnChlef are cltlxi-UM of another Htata 1
- -- I than the of Florida 1I .
.____.._______________. PACli KNTOHTAm.l Htale. < that thaddreHN I "
Fla." -- roultrymen In of .11J1..r IH unknowit to ant JII"
.tnnt Hdttora":::.:::: PEAnLE MANNING. EVA MAKCIJTT12roke ant that thenIH In thootate
() Editor: .. ._____ _______ ___. -. . LUAII: 8TRUTHBnort Washington/: county recently held( of Flurlfta.' the no 1'rMon..rvlce of
_.___ LESTKn PIUCH 11OHINSON: aHiilHioenn
_
Killtor ___ _
< u '
senior IlVp .iter"VV __________________ LENA HKLLK: SHKJ'ARI) a special poultry, meeting arranged of itt on w horn woulil b'ndeither
""nlor Ueporter Y _u__-____._____________ ANNIB !MAW PKAIICK by inn.. York county agent anil ,'x.iid ilefendaiilii' ': that rtlll-
________________ :: : Kent win ih and Inquiry han heenmade I
Sophomore Reporter ______ u 1iiIil'itSrTit5AwvV"i{ ? IUS.,
I _____ : attended I by N. It. Mehrhof. extension anil the ,aildrt-HH of the Huld' dtfeudantH ,
XTrenhmnn Peoorter -- -- .
YCSTELLE KENI>ulCK HAL.L.II3: JOMJS:; : , iiinnot t>e obtained.It .. ..
,Boeclal n"Dort ra J poultryntun. other specialist! .. .
Ix then-fin order.-d. hat thHI .
:Faculty Supervisor. ____n________ MISS::! : FLOKKNCE: MATTHEWS:
and I a large number of poultry >|.I defemlxntx. ', K. H Smith. Carl
. ====== == Klmlred and c. T.. Muffley do an .........._ 1'ulnerx.
........""' --------------------------- .are hereUr. "roriulrect t.. appear" I'."

.n$ re's the latest news of our Yellow and white were selected as .-- to tho bill of i 'niiplalii* tiled,, In KitliliaiiNe r
on in" iM.fi.r, ,,. Mmulnv the 3rdduv .IS
Jan. class colors shasta daisies as the St. AtiRUHtlne Coffee llonst!?
afternoon
annual. Friday t.n
of Kehruaiy' A. l >- 1 !l.l>). rther*
10th the Hoover Br,,!!., photoKrahr flower. 'opened\ in new location over I't'oIllo's WlHl- :the lllh'KllllollH:: ; ; of Nil 111 1,111 Wilt l __ 'Iu .-

* jmade several photographs of After a discussion of how to l Hank corner of Cathedral lie taken IN. furl RH..roiifeHHetl..,. ordered hv that you.It thin. notii ,

hG.r. ninth tenth and eleventh raise our share for the annual and Charlotte streets. ..i and order. he ,puht.Mhed: ,.nce a !
week for, fonf "i-nn"ecutlve. week! \In
Jacksonville *
Also of the basketball fund the meeting : -- New tourlnt
graded. adjourned. I the Itrailford County. I TeleRrrfluh, tt {
.u4 football teams. Just now we quarters for Jacksonville Tourlut newHpnper |ubllNhed In Starke

for materials and instructions TWENTY REASONS: WHY H. II. Club ready for winter visitors. llriiilfnrcl Coiintv.. 'Florida.Vltne 1
*,rwaitlng \ "H the Neal I of I hi. (court a*
before our annual is H. G1HI.H LEAVE: HOMEAVoinw : Miami IIl'lu'h11111101" Shop nNo the. nami" of 11.V.. Alderman.Clerk .
of Miilil. (" uirt 1. thin the :ilOlliday t. &1.:13:
Store women's shoe salon
next opened
Within the
xtt to press. of l >ecjinl>er, A. li. 1120.II t-\ 11,11>
\' 1'(' days we expect to select a right.Hill. at 923 Lincoln road.JackHonvllle ( I. \\: AI.DKUMAN.: ; '-_ '.41 .'

awarded ) (1'1.,11' c'lerk CII'cult.urt.. 111.35 .
ame and finish the various articles '-- Contract! 1-.61-1-31. ISMpjj. .

now being prepared. Young.Hrownlee.. for construction\ of modern Sundny ? '.,....

Hchool plant for Hlverslde
I''I'I'I'IU': run 'IIOIM. ii.ii"iio:' : 91
!I'. Raymond was our speaker Park Methodist, churrh. to cont. npproxlmately '- '.--_ t,41

chapel Thursday. lie made Henry.Kternberg.. 'I ; $75.000. \Ve, the ntuliiHlKned, tnxpaverH ofHelllironn 11 "" ,
__ *.
talk the new I"ul.I'I'h..1. IHxtrlft No. 131 .-
interesting on ---
A>
yery ._
15 of Itradforit, "Coiintv, will prenentour ,t,41
year and the opportunities we !SIII'.HIFF'M. !M \1..K vietltlon, i.t. I the Hoard of HuhlloInHtructlon ,,
would have in 1930 to do better Graham. ----- II'I I of llradford "County FliL.at .
Notice" IN hrrrtiy Klvon that under a fpeclnl ""..IIIMT.| Mo'.IIJ"n.. .1013B.II
In.i iBchool and also in a general Inman.Raymond.. ''I -. : r., J.'" 06'" nnd by virtue Hint certainexecution i7! lillto: at 1 ii'i'lork. to auk for anelection
"*rny. Everyone enjoyed the talk .. .. a"",.,..>s .Jt:' (twited ut of the Circuit to deUirmlne. whether or notllellhronii
,- .!/ ,J_.,... (Court 26th Judicial Circuit of I lie Hiih-Si.". IXHtrlct No.
-.n4 hopes Dr. Raymond will visit Lester. L. "' .. mate uf Florida. In and for t'nlnncounty. 15 eliall vnimtilMate. with dlHtrlctnNOH.
us"'Again soon. Smith. I C: ""' ........j> In thnt certain caux* therein N, II. 10 ini.l. 16 to elect three.triiNteea .
Lao',1' ; .. ..... '..II'I'
.
''' wherein Conunerrlnl Credit Company . anil iletermlne. the mltlan:*! !
.
I of Florida, a Corporal Ion, I I. to .h." HNxcHxeil. iiHaliiHl llm connolldnted -
'TOUNA1X' HOOrSTERS1.0SK Long. |Illnlnlll'l'IIn.1' Kluvd rreen In defenilant. illNtrUt.J .
I have levied tipon nnil will ,\. llarnuife.II. .
: TO 1.\liB CITY Edwards.Andrews.: C. Molt I .
. oflVr for Halo nntl" *etl to the hlfrheitbldiler j
for cant. ) HI I thnfmih( door nfth I,: C.: Clemonij.! 1 '
I .. court hutixn of Hradford count. \V. l I'. nr"OIl. _
,Tne Tornadoes of Bradford High Vincent. . I Klorlda. on Monday. Kehrtmry 3rd \\'. c'. I'lenuinii.W. I

dropped a close tilt to the Colum- Emory.Hemingway.: liKHI: lietwern th. honrn of elovptin. ]0). Normnn. ' I' ::1__ .Ut:
ni. and Two o'tlock I'. m. the following V. C. II ml 11" '''.
61&;High Schol team Friday night ,dpHcrltieil real propertv "IIntiteil T. J. Moore, 1IUt

by, score of 17-10, and lost only I \ I.. and helnir In Hrndford county .1,. If. WittnttrlKhr.I. -l-- 8.13
. I.V. WalnwrlKht
Florida to-\\lt :
after Moore and Alvarez were put Overstreet. 'riink. MoricnnW. \
lt t Tluee and South 0 feet of Lot .
otfjjhe court for penalties. The :McMillan.Edwards. :. 4 of It lor It 14 of l.lvlnKxton HIK! L<. ThoiiiaN.'' ,' UI&It .

game was featured by the constent : I Truhy'ii\ .. Fluil.la.ixlclltloii to the town ofKliiike. 12-27-51-1-21.\ \__ \US -.:. .

playing of "Gator" Inman Tornado .'." A certified, copv of the Judtfnientupon .
1'1-1'1'1'10':' FIIII "i'IKHII. I'I.C"IIO': : "
whlih. the uliove execution wnniHHiied tOot f
and Alvarez ._
while Jones SOCIETY SCRAPSMiss ;
,
guard '
I . haH tipen. ret'or..led In Clerk of 1I.ai
came thru in fine fashion I the Circuit. Court reroid of forelmiJiulKnient >V'e, the unilerHlirned, taxpayerN ofItlxliiK '
Moore who jumped Eloise Hitch and Scootle of Hrmlfont, Conntv, .Florida Siih-St'liiiol\. niMtrlct No. Ill otItriidfoid
aa forwards. 1 and Mil hI propeity" Avtll tin Hold. i-Niiiiily.I ulll iireHent ourpeiltlon ,
Center was very successful until Andrews motored over to Gaines -, UN the property of nald dofendani.l'luvd :, .It t to: ,Hi'1: lion nl:, or I'ubllc" InHtrucllon '
the Ilii-vn In ,,"II.tll'lIun of mildexecution. of llrailford, .Conntv, Fla.* it.
he was withdrawn from game. ville last Thursday and took In u.Ul .
: "' rLt at u Hpeelal. meellnw Monday. Jan' ... ",
'rhe high point honors were divided "Untamed." .. "'. .T. KI'PRIISON.Sherirr : 27. mill at I u'i.liu'k to avk for un '\ '
of Itiadfinil Fl - ....1"
between Jones and Alvarez. & County < .rliln. election to del erminehether or not
[ . UlHlnir Huh-Huhool lHntllrt. No. 14.Mm "
Th game; was very close in the Miss Annie May Pearce, Clara R M. ..KMINSAttorney !'!, II consolidate. with IHntrletn, Nu.H : '_ U" ', ;
only two points being Louise Scootle Andrews , for Plaintiff' 1-3-rt-l-SI. II. to unit 15 tn .......1110'..... truxloi1* "
first quarter Peek and In,
S ;
and I deteimlni, ,* the mlllaKii. to .lie an*

!Htjpfed.: In the second, quarter, were visiting friends and relatives ......... . v.........,....."...................,.."'.,..................................._...._,_.._ l'I'I'I'I.ItI: rou foil inxii. ti.r.c'iioAVe. : : \ HeMNcd. iiferalnHt I thu consolidated dm .1 .. 1 .
things looked a good deal brighter ,In Gainesville Saturday : ttlet: 'S
THE SUNSHINE : HOUSH{ HUOAUVAXCKI o. 10. CroKby.C. \ .
tot the ToruttduuB but tlielr hopes -. (he nttderHlK'iicd' taxpiiyern r>fAVoodlawn A. Cronliy.II ." .
: : :; :: It. I.ewlH.U. ..
Snh-M hoiI IllHlilct No.N
Were soon blasted. The Tornadoes Mlas June liutlen was In Gainesville ) AROHITECTCRETHE RUlIshlne, little light and less visIon on feet; first floor elRht'' feot six of llfHilfiinl. 1''lIl1lv. will prtHittour . M. Mdl..... i ;_ .""JU '

'are hampered by the lack of (lracI Sunday afternoon as were. : HI-XSHIM: not for a person. whu, wants IncheH Hpcond floor eight feet.KxpoHiire I pi-tlllini. to Ihn Hi.ilI'll, of "I'lilillcIMHII .1. 10:. Normnn.W. '. ,'.
. T. Cronliy J
net Ion nt Itriiitroitl Coiintv, I4lln.rit
I !) and scarcity of uniforms of Hazel Adklns Annie Mae Pearce, to "live" All of the rooms otTer : : Thu plans ns shown a Hpcrlal, tiiietln. Monilav Jan.ST. 1.. A. CtoMhy" .- H.'ii

the same color but these faults ElolHo Hitch Clara Louise Peek (Ily Duncnnliunter Architect pos llillllleH In decorating IIlIIi uro for n lot facing Honth or wost. :: IIKIii.: al I ii'iluik, In nxk. ("<' nni M. K.; Kellev.T. : ; ,

be remedied and It will be Scootle Andrews and Lois Colley. New York ) fiiriilHliliig that would not be over For H lot facing nortli or uuxt .thopinna \\oodlawn.iMctlon, to itot 1<1"11.1'1.10..1 ermine. w lilKlild lift her. or No.nut' MHllllll '1'. CuiMlivFrank Thonmn." i li

'.isonable to expect a much bet- All bunds seemed to be enjoying advanced looked.Let's. Blionld bn revetHoil., I IMIIIHIllllllltl-. \\llll I PI"lrlt-l.l l (II.In. If. ThrimilN.U. 14.;:
"The Sunshine.. presents on I 15 unil I U. \to elert thri'o triiMteeNmid II. I.ewlH.I'loMl .
performance by the Tornadoes them Helves-oh I forgot Miss of American home yet tubulateliut "The Sun- Lot 1117.": )HOIIMU fronliiRo! 42 ft.C2 ' "determine" I the nilllaici* to ho anKuvnuil ) CroNliy.U. i .

[our next game.I Miriam Jacobs was Ihero also. type shlna" will glvo us: ft. over walls : side clearance, titfikliiKt. thu coiiHolldatiMl. diiitrlft .- :. J. Lew.., :;._ u... '
It does not run to extremes. It Is : 12-27-/1\/ \ JI: ,. ;,._ &.13'
I + *" "moderns" IIa : enient: (full area of body of U>ft 10 fool rlRht 8 foot ; Lot J. H. Norman, ... .
quiet-some of the area ---- -- ;---
JUKMVIXOS I LOST Friends from Jacksonville visit! frontage minimum CO feet.Construction' H. I If. ThnntiHon.. .
house. ) | I'HI'lnn'" r"ui !vi' IIIHII. I'I.IC"I'IO': : f
ilot know-It Is well planned B...
you ,
, TO IjAKK: CITY : ed Miss Lois Colley Saturday and l all of the moderns should bo. A recreation room of same size, : Frame with Muoco l II T.,W."ItennvtlAV. KliirlltinII ,.u

Sunday. a* the living room-Jiint the placofo !llnlHh brick ImMo coiirHe metal' It N''>I'l1mn. Wi>. ( :he unititrNlKned: : 'taxpayvrii, : ofVanderbllt .__ U..$
is thu Nu.
since fltnesH to purpose! very .1. M. X..i HIIKLUIO| | | Iitntrlct,
The n. H. S. girls; went to Lake HHence of I the modern spirit It Isdes'gned <- Informal parties. t>r for the strips to glvo panclx In ,necond I I.. Purler.J" man.C 10 uf Iliadfoiil, I'ounlv, will preNent 1O44JJT

ly Friday night 'In hopes of a MONO: Till': .n' loHS men leaving the living room Intact. story wall. Hoof ulule. Kuundiitlon 1\1. !linnlor., our .petlllon to the Hoard' of I'lihllolimtrnct
from the inside out-toliva 12-27-Et-t-2t. ton of I'.radrord rounty, I'Ma.at .
ttory but their hopes were shat- of the old ones The Htalrwuy connects directly concrete. Windows. steel 1 a Nperlal' I nieetlnif. Motulav.: .1..".
In-mo..t gave
i-ed when at the third quarter Joint Milton ( with entrance hull. Heaterspuco cuHements in special arrangement /: IT. Hinii at 1 o'clork. to auk for anelvctloii
the impression that I they were designed .. 1 t.i ,ilpterminehether" or
looked at the score and it was with (1'111 II Til \ 1'1'1'It: 1CM
y from the outside In-for .i.il storage laundry and, H, Integnil Hcreens.DoniH Vanderlitlt H"h-toI",1 Hint. No.
I
J-14 In favor of Lake City nrlnpi The following theme written, by I cold room leaven nothing nlioit.KlrHt wood to HiiecUil cletalH.! '10 Hlnill. conmilMntu with lllxt.. Nn.H 14 M '
the Jones to look at, whether comfortable In Circuit I'nnrt. Twentv-Rlxlh JII-I \ft 15 nnd IK, to elect. three triiilt'eiianil *
at center starred for the losers Overslreet was' of the Interiors! FInorB wood for linoleum f
Gary one In not. After floor: Killrunee; hall with : illi'lnl Circuit. llrndfoiil determine 'the amount of mlllna ito
i lie the running center of Lakely best written In the eleventh grade to live or lavatory and coat cloxpl living finish.. Walls, pliiHter./ Kitchen T'lurl'la.' '' In'Chancery.The I be fiNH. *.MtriJ. uwalliHt thu coliHiillilateil li'i1T&
all a house In a place In which to 1'owell Smith Cmnpnny .rlliitrU I :
was easily the best player of last week : llvo and not "show board", and( room sun room dining room plustei'! ll.ith/ rooniH componl-) A ( iiri"iallon|' ", W j I',', liar n a we.n. .
a
!n team. During the last we did ll John Milton was born In 1(508( kitchen and the motor roomtho lion tile. !Kteum heat, fim anil clt'rtrlc :- Cuinulatjiant.. I.. HIIMI.F.leiy .
of fuel how few of
matter .
as a VH.O. HuppI. .
it make any goals due to the Inability just eight yearn before Shakespeare the Kent-nil run ore either.L.e11 latter quite as important, us thu : wiring.Culillure C. "'8went et nl.l '. ,I.. li, ('0"1'' I.

of Starke to hold the Lake died. His Idoals and personality living room. 35,100 I'll. ft. l >eri,>,lldntlttt.It .1. .H.. Hiii.V" | | .
glance at the plan layout nppi'iirltiK by .ulllitnvlt app( inleil \ It. Conner..
City score at 22. The final score were really Elizabethan of this lioiiHe. Sucond !floor: Tliioe mnstpr bod Complele, working: plann and to the hill In fim-rlomi moHKUlci') 13-27-51-1-.

,being 24-14. but lie managed to adjust himself and rooms, two batliH. a Hi nil y or SIIt'dlkatlnlls| of HilM lioiiHn urn In I Ilin aliott* ityli. >,1 l I'tiiiHe, I that. tli" ,
Note: the direct ,
simple open .h.r".IIIIII. llulah ,\.14"111. IH a renlili.nl '
:( \
ii.i:
.':'IT..n" rou !'IC iinoi.
:The} lineup was aa follows: to conditions.He avullublo for nominal\ Aildreart 1-
livable III'ra nlement. maid's/ room cloxeU guloru and umlglity a Hum. of niiMlluT Mlnte tluill. the MtliHtof -- -

[.;Andrews forward. spent the first sixteen years bandy layout all In' all. thu building editor and refer Flotilla, Thnt the uildreHH In ,1111luiown We, I the nmlerMliriieil' taxpnyem. of
Spacious! interiors without lavIsh lo nlllant/ That nlllnnl ,him. t 0 ofUruciroril
'hool lilwtrlrt No.
"Kelly Hub-Hi
LTompklns, forward. of his life In London and received' expenditure the compact arrangement Ceiling Heights/ : llaMument ...-.vTH.I to )louse 11-110. nuiile' illlliroiit,, Henri-li' and Inquirynnrl , run, tj', will tueHont our

EAdklns; guard. hU early education there, later finishing fiinnot HNiM'ituIn the Miitd. ., julilri'XN. petition lo i he lloiird" of I'ublb' ,InHirnclloti -
IStrnth, guard.JKendrlek He studied ; of ( lie stairs and I the \ ,",C'III'I'l'I.I.: : in. dally except Sundays:\ . That Ihern IM no puriini In llitiNlnte of Uradford County, I Pl.t.I .
at Cambridge.
pass connecting: the front hall with of 1.'lo'Ioln. knoxvu lo antniil .urhlH at "a Npei'lnl I ntoetlnNT, Monday.\ .Ian.
Jumping center. 'Latin, Greek Italian, French and T. J. .rlllln, Agent.Itluo Infoi, maul n, I the H...rli .. of H NiiliIIHIMUI 27. Iffilil: nl 1 o'clock. to link for, nn
LtlrluBon: center the kitchen and tho motor room- uiion whiini would. lilnd tin* 1.1".<"Don 1 to ilxlermlne" ,, whether or .not
running schodulo Into effect
Hebrew. lilm Our
Later' this
study pot new goes KII.I| difeiiiliinl Thnt. Htm IH ovwrTwiinlyiiiie limit
thoroughly modern. Note the size K "el:11'e.: : guard and jumping center a pocltlon under Cromwell's Com 12:01: n. m. Sunday De(:. 15th HUH I.Iiien yeai'H. of ILI{". roiiHollilate.\ with I ilvtrltln No. ". 10,
of the bed rooms and I their sym- II IN theri'lore, orileied., thnt t the amidetermine
15 mid, HI, to ,i-lett\ three. Irunieen' '
. monwealth.At mertlcal treal ml'lit. Note the and trains will run an follows.No. Northbound- 8:59: n. in., 1:58p. : mild.. ...ilefuniliint" llululi A. Mweat umlHhr. I I thi I n' 'mount" of mllliiKe toln 1i
guard. twenty-one while still In college 1, southbound local due IN 'hirit y reiinlifil. to apiiear toI aiHeNHcil,: the c'onHollduteddlmrlrl :. :
Hiinnhlne air and m. 4:30: in. 8:28: >. in. 5:10a. : : :: > nirnliiMt I'I
large windows-- : \p. i I lui tilll. of ciiinplalnt. ; riled III mildI'MijiM : i 14.11
Milton wrote "Ode On the vision-who wantH to be coupedI Starke 10:11: p. in. m. **, on or. t Io..t.> .,ri> Monday I ,the I'. c. Cron .iv.
HOT TIPS! Morning of Christs N'atlvlty." and 1 No. 11 southbound, local due Southbound 0:37 11:37a. ;'I'hint dny <>r ItVlirimrv, A. I'. 1 III:inolherwlHe 1. U I'mlni-hlll., 1 U'IS.71
IJaCObK. I behind miiHty prison walls? --- : a. m., : the n lleicat, i lonH of mllil \'. A. llrowtilnir.VV. .
two years later wrote "On arriving/ ; I Stnrke 11:1.1: a. m. 4:07 0:37 11:50 Mil. Mill .liu. taken rnnreHMed. liy I
,Tiny windows of antique glass, no m., : p. m., : p.m., : UK I,. John" MI n.C. .
[ Price: "You've heard of at the Age of Twenty-three." No.3. vouthboiiml limited 1. Miami m. yon.It. A, .John. 1--
\p. ordereil tltut thlH.
IN ftirth'r inilef -
the famous! Italian port He traveled extensively in on subjects of tho day. due Statke U9: :! a. m. -. ,lie pulill, .heil. onci'. a' week for H It. oil CndiirtilllWm. ,.,.

you ?" France and Italy. Ills greatest works are bis Kplc No. 107 southbound limited. Okeechobee' Fla.: Tom Jonen Tutir I.ollMerut. lv.. we.UN III t lie llrtlil'foul ,. ?.?.".,.?.

Henry: "No, how much Is Milton had a high I ideal of what poems "Paradise Lost." "Paradise Tampa and, St. Petersburg due a farmer near here harvested 2270 !),- I'on \n Iv in Tvleirraph Htnike. 1I.'h.If".1 I n ncwxiuiiivrpiiliilNiied County ,, I... .

mve't ?" a poet should be and strove to live Hegalned" and "Samson Agon- Starke 1:0: !) p. m. \ pound* of Hweet potatoes on t Kl.it'Ida.WltncnH NOIIII: ui1 IINIins' itn .r: I- .I4J.fl
the ) of thin court, --
up to It. He felt himself to be Uteu." No.2. thboiind local due bin farm County Agent C. A. Ful- nltii' > the nnmft Men nf 0.V) Aldenojin. 'nil, :-I..tI.I ... I I.. ,livrrhy, iclvon that ...I.xIY I 1A.11

June liullen win lost on set apart for something higher. He Milton loved Flrltlsh folk-lore Stnrke, 4:50:, a. m. ford stated.HeFunlak. "I'li'i-k of mild I Court, thin HIM aoih diiyn lifter .ilMl" hereof on In-wlt: tha.'n.l ..
brought Into and his writing No. 12 1 local duo ,I"y..t lioirmoet', A.I'I ll>2d.II. day of Januaiy. A. I P. 11110, [,
)! and was fought for liberty of speech and often brought; it Into northbound < \V. A l.lir.UMA.V: : tint IIn.l..r"llC"o.1. ndmlnlatrator of thteHtate I

'tho police station. The officerWid press. His lofty character devotIon !! but his works compared with Starke 3:55: p. m. Springs, Fla. Four (Henl ) I'lerk! ('Ir""t Court. uf A. J. cowurl .10'e'18o.l. will

"What does to love of culture cold and No.4. northbound limited due l-a-fil-1-31. Itieneut my voiifhiM'iii' and final. arI'MimtN _ .144.J*
: names your duty beauty, Shakespeare's seem un puro bred bull association( *) have nm mirli ndmlnlntrator lo th.

call your father?" and devotion to knightly Ideals real. He takes his place with the Starke 7:12: p. m. been organized in Walton county, lIun..r,, "'" Ii..... A. ilardlnor, rountyjiidKe __ 'UII .

).," said( June very In no- showed him to bo as much Cava greatest; poets of the ages : Homer No. 108 northbound limited ntntod l Mitchell Wllklnx county \<> i 111'1 it J TIJ \ l'I'gll: of Ilnxlfoid. .. county.. Florid i.uml I
rtHlt for' MH I ai>nrii\ul' and my
"she doesn't call him any lier as Puritan. Virgil and Dante.Ho duo Starke D. 15 p, m. agent.Crestvlew; In Clri-iilt Ciinit. ., Twentv-Klxlh Judicial illxcliiirxn nx BUI h HilmlnlxlratorTill ; : ,

lothE'r; she likes him." Besides his first two college efforts lifted our literature to a No. 192 northbound limited Clrriilt. llruiirord Couiily Ziinl dny, of Vovomlier., I13t.St. j ,..,..
r'lorldit. In CliniUL'ty.It. . WAINWIllllllT: -
- he wrote "Allegro" "11 etatllness and sublimity never WaNhlogton and lli>yond 6.: 14 a. Fla.-Okalooxa ('01111- :. It. Thelle' 11-23 91-1-17. AdmlnlHtrntorMil '(rf; '

"Hazel such Penserosso" Comus He enriched Ciimplnlnaat.MrN \. --.-----.-- ._r- .....
[ : stop using and Lycldas known b fore. our m. ty farmers recently Imported tlireu .J6.

I langugae." among his Lyric poems. speech by his granduer of expression !Sljirko & WiiiiiiioNo. pure bred bnef bulls, and l two heifers "M 1.1111"' T'one, VVI.low. et al.I : 'Ml") Of ,.'1'I.. lll"'
jHazel : "Well dear Shakespeare Milton's prose works Include and his perfection of blank 101 leaves .Starke 7:00: a. from Tennessee according to >i.fetii1.lltii.. _;.. !U.
It HppeivllliK, >hy Ultliluvlt! filed' In Notlee In liereov irlven that HlxtrdnyN .__ .a.,.
as it." Areopagitlca and other pamphlets verse. in.. No.: 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. County Agent J. TV. Malone.or the alifivn "MU"". to torei.loMe li ""' 1'1- after ilate hereof on to-nlt:.

|Edna: "Then don't play with '" KHICIthat. the defendant the Soul h- "..,'Slh day of Fubruiirv.. A, I', 19tO.I. _.. u"u '
eril Coltiin Oil Corriiiiny[ li eorporiitlrtn 'the underHlH'neil' exei titor of I lie ,. : 'Ii.41
n any more. He's no fit compan- 11I'j''r; *i'11001. PI ..1)... iiiiiipoiui <'01 NTT Koit 'mi: MIIIOK: IMH\: .I "' 1'1301'11.; 111.111.: and Arthur Vunde.rlillt nndC will of the lute Henry Lumen HteveiiHOII ' I- --.. II."
for IIMlmin, II M. reielvei-N. for HiuHoulhern ,. .. prenent mrvouchem ,--J""' "
you. The followlnir report of the recflptu anil dlNbumvmenta of Ihe Schnol fund.* of llradford County for the perluil "nllnir June JOIh. 1924:!! with C'"".." III! Compnny, IINOKnilleolt | anil.j."Rr\ ni.count, an .auchxexei

the balances' and amount of warrant out tandlnll' and a utatrmcnt of the aMH..t" am] llal>llitl.'. ami. tho valua of Mchoul property of Ilia, untilllrailford .li.hiiBini. eorpointl. ..n, *xl,..I, .utor t down the hall In another tute. thnti the Ktnte, ofFlorida. County JiidK* of nrndfoidsoiunty -".
|As I was walking the 30th day of June. 1929 by'tho Ilonrd nf I'uhllo Instruction and th. Hupt. of 1'uMlo Initructlo !. ;
County an reported on County whi,Me IL'.I."M. IN. unknown 1..1..101.. and "Hk for hIN approval
other' day I noticed Coach hereby publl.hecl under the provUloni of Chaitvr 6813 Act.* of 1915. LawB. of Florida. KKNJO.ST: AMOS thnt' there IK no ,pirxon. In the Htiitfof anil my dlHchnrKe a.. "uch.exeelltf .- ,

|re seemed to be in deep thought Com|>troll"r. FlorliliL. th* Hervlee. of a "..1.-.1.I" | >r.Thla .11.U
'."" tipun whom would lilnd. eltlmrof tho 6th day of ne< mn>r.A. <
about the same time Coach In- I the miltj ilefenitantM, that dlllifHntneiirfh . li. t J121. ..-,.

came along and said "A penny ... urirl Imiulry hnM tieen rtindennd wii.r.n.M ir. BTnvKNso.v,
.. : th. aiMrvMH of tho Muld i defundantN : iexerutor: of entut. of Henry _' 1J.
your thoughts! "They're not "... cntinirt, lie obtained.If '. I.urK tll.v..n."n.12.0Dt. ,i ,
.. In I therefore .ordered t that t lhmil. .. ''II '
tirth It" replied Miss Fore shyly .. .. .. ..
.' ... = .. .. hI I ilefenitAntN. the Kouthern Cut- .
please tell me' said Coach Ihrig. .. 2 .. :: .. Ion Oil Compnny. a corporation HIII| 11.9
..
fl.I't'I.If' 110'\1 roitN'otlro
.. 'Mt .. <.0 'U 1'1( :
V'ell If you must know I win ; '0 .... "" t "" .... .. = Arthur 'Vnnderhlll'" ami' c '1. \VIInon. '.' 111:11: ._ 11.... ,
a rereivern for the ;I."lhHII .
= = oS nn II. '
Ily thinking of you, she replied. 3Ueneral 4* ":, .. <) Cotton Oil Company, ami' aluo Kndlrott _'2."
Funds. ;: :..:: 6 a JohfiM. "n i>orporutlon, tlo umlthev . In hereby iflven, that n. A. ""
lID .. .. t reiiilred to NeWMoni hol ... 6fe. c 101a toc .. ... are herehy appearto "
|rnelius: "Why did they bury the .. ;;; "s c .. .. the hill -impliilni, ' ri.e.l In thinraiiNti 21H.. II h rluy of July. .\. It. 1137.IIIIN "
.plain at sea?" .: = ;;; .... ., ;;; .; oS s on ur before. Monday the 3r'l' filed mild lerltlleate' In my orllc .,.
= = = = -; ;; day of February. A">, 11 1:1:10. ntlier-. and iiiada application. for lax, de.,1, tn
RHallle: "Because he was dead. 1 : t .:"> \ g WINO. the allPKarioim. of mild bill will IHMIIV thereon, In accordance with J
... Co I .,. oC 3I "- be taken n-it confeMNvd tiy )"JI'. l b.w. Hald leitlflcute' embrace.! thifollowlnMT f.,.
{ .).. o ;:j :. c to It l I. further. urdered that IhlM order Hem rlbed. property Nltunted ,..; )
birth
.Minister: (Filling out cer- be publlNhed once a week for III Drudfurd. county .Florida to-

ieate) "Let's see, this la the four. eonNe<'utlvw weekN In the ItriiilforU wit : .

nth Isn't. it?" School __________________ ___ __ 24426 405.80 __ ___ __ 74.7IO.Ofl 67.18.117 - . __ ___ _. 70.00 -, -__ __ 6.IHI.2I publlNheil County. Teleirmph.in' Mturke.a Itrudfurd m,wepitper Went LIvlnxTNtfin half...f Trnby I.nl. 8, "8, CO'N.in u,Addition ink.2H '. "

:Lady: "Oh my no! Only the Kperlat' Tax Dlntrlets. ?___________. //S.lIn.S8 2,621.28 __ ._ __ ___ __ 28.7S3.01 27.S08.77 277.09 __ ___ __ -_ 2777.89 2.411.80 ,county Klorlila.AVItn ' to Smrke. In Went half. of North-

Ird." Ilond Int. & Sinking ______'________23.688.82 _______ ___ __ 27.00000 '7,04l.fli __ _n ._ ? 37,0(1000)( __ __ ___ __ 20.73n.tiO ..NN the Heal ..l thin. tourt, n* nix..t quarter Hectlon 3* Town.hlp .<
almi' the ruorne of O.V. Alderiinin. Mouth. Itniiice. XV: Kact.The : .
th. 30th uxNvtMiiment of yalil. "
l'l.rk of unlit lhl propertvunder
Total _ ________________n.21i8.n Z,845.53: 405. O 27,000.00 105.&U5.0S: .4,496.74 277.09 27,0)10.00 70.00 23,777.89 40,12061 day| of December. iiinrt, A. I>. l U2'. .' the mild certlflrat* ln.ned wall
Dim Henry: ".'m knee deep Injre O. W Al.l KII.AtA.V.Hiall : ; In thH name, of trnknown.fnleNn .
A94KT8 .%M. IBII.ITir.S \\1.1'.1 fl. !M! ( IIOOI. I'HOI'KHTYTlAlance :
mild certificate. xhiill bot
with you. ( ) ClerK' Circuit Court. redeemed

feeootle: "AH right I'll put you A..t. Ur. Cr. School Holme.* and LoU. __________________138,775.00/ 1-3-DI-I-3I.' will IxNu, avi'ordlnir thereon to on law the tax 3rd d day...>l

wading list." In DepositoriesUncollectetl __________.27.942.71 School rurnlture _____u____ .-.___ __- 17.945.00 of .'.I>ru3ry. A. I>. 1D10.Imled ).
my Ta..e.. - .-- _n_ ._-2S.769.18 School Apparatus - _______ ___ ____n_ ___ 1.710.00 \o'rlC'K TO ATlHtUIn thl. 3rd d.of January

LI.III.I... Other School Property .__ . ___ _hU._ 220.00 -- A. .). 1930.
RODENTS REMNANTS flronlt Court. Twenty-Sixth Jiiillrlal O. W. ALDEnMAN':,
Warrants Outiandlny' .____.__ _._ 2847.89 Circuit' ' ttriwlford v..mnty Clerk of Circuit <.'ourl. Bradford
Itefundlnv' Bond . ___._____._ 28.000.00Dond. Florida.. In Chaneery.HraiKord (tlHAI.\! .) County. Florid.*.
be ninth grade held a class OutiandInK _ .__. .__ 81.000.00 County Hank Py Ulan"h. Ald' rman, U. C.

etlng last Frida,.. Jan 10. 1930. Total -:--____.61,711.93 111,847.19 Total ___________._llS8,7tO.OO A corporation. 1-3-St-l.JU j







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--, -.-.-, -.--.:- I; error But we do not nee any reason the darned thing. mortgage on the automobile." freight cars to move our ht-. -,

Bradford County Telegraph for a. double n In the name of ....., Wrong, Avery, what we really We could not reach but few {

,\ ,; ; eI I From Other Pens I the river. It la, contrary to the News dispatches tell us that In need Is something we can dependon kets, but now with expres, i 1118 i ,'
Established 1877 China thousands of starving natives to raise the JACK
:/ :: pronunciation Dunnellon Sun. orator cars we have lined up ,,;:
. ,- -- y----------. are being forced to eat sawdust Richmond, Washington
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::; Published Weekly on Fridays; and Entered as Second Class Florida will show a wondeiful Of the cents gasoline lax levIed and leather Marlanna and Winter Haven more Philadelphia, New! l "i
t yenr of l'OIlKt ltin-live progress when four cents goes to roads and American "dIners-out" have have given us ORANGES) FESTIVALS Boston, Cincinnati Clevi>l.in.i .
t'' at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. each been eating saw dust and leather J<'t. Meade and* Plant City I''
I I Matter 1)30!) drawn to a C'\ose.--Starke\ bridges. Twenty cents out of ; trolt, Chicago/: St. Louis i K ." .
prophecy be dollar we spend l for gasoline is a for many years, but then, of course are staging; STRAWBERRY FES- City Pittsburgh Buffalo ,
May
and Publisher Telegraph jour ami'
; S. Matthews __ __ _ .. -- -- Owner have to withIt. TIVALS. l
always catsup
? fulfilled -- Dunne-linn Sun sales tax going to building our they go Why not gather all our er cities

'1. J. C. Robinson _ ___ - Managing Editor ---0WIndows highways, yet there are many who J 1 1I politicians together/: somewhere But, please be- advised l th ,"t ,
t 1 that reflect a flKure on cannot see the justice of paying 1 and stage a gigantic RASPBERRY press refrigerator cars cam'" ,
J i SUBSCRIPTION RATE (the outside seem to be preferred cent on each dollar spent for necessities I The MornlnK Hut II : FESTIVAL.And: liver culls to any market 'm, 'q''I t['

l by window shoppers.-Hradfordrounty and luxuries to relieve the United States in good 011.1"i,t'0'
4 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c; -Payable in Advance Telegraph In other words high real estate tax.-Bradford When morning sun announces now the Indians claim they Keep all culls at home : 11"I',

Advertising: Rates on ApplicationAdd that's why the chicken crosses the County Telegraph/: Isn't It so? that didn't get a square deal from the worth more there than nn
road.--Miami Heath Sun. They pay a 24 per cent tax on one It's time for us to rise government. Somebody looked up : market.

a-- commodity alone-gasoline-and, The family takes one last, long the records and found that our ancestors Yours trul\.

to useless articles-1029! auto tags. Henry Fold thinks that 25 years before they /get educated howl stretch gave the Indians a bottleof J. ir. !MomriKl'STKKS ,
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c from now Florida will lie the moat about a proposed 1 or 2 per cent And opens up Its .eyes pre-war liquor and $24. Nowa .

has created no small political densely populated state in the un sales tax to relieve'! the real estate Then aa one man we all get up commission Is to be appointed to (' \ } ; : IN M;ss|lo(,
For an insect the :Med-fly 'ion.. Henry always was an opti! tax burden. It's a great life'!- Each with the same Intent- Investigate and find out what the

'battle. mist We hope the newcomers 1 Lake Worth Herald. It's how to reach the bath room $21 was for and see If there Isn't The board of bond truM/t.., . ,

0.o) leave us enough room for cotton -0- door some way we can get It back. Bradford, county, met .1:1111'0':, ,

law hasn't brought as many ills:! as its methodof and strawberries.--Apopka Chief. Combating chain stores U a fa- 'Rre someone else "haa went." 7th In regular session win,!I, dt\
i The dry tea--- onto subject with newspapers Then Pop, he grabs his trusty And I If you desire press react members present Minutes i 'I 1

enforcement. "Every congressman does his these days. Instead of fighting the blade tion on any subject, subscribe to last meeting were read ,11,1',,i ,'' .
--pIt part by hili Country> In furnishing chain stores why can't the Inde- And slater gets the soap your local newspaper and then let proved. I

would be worth taking the census just to find out the ire gas," says the Starke Telegraph pendents take a page/: from the While mama runs to find a brush the Florida, Clipping Service sup- The maintenance clepmii?"

And perhaps that's a /good chain stores book of success, combine And I Just wait and hope. ply you with press clippings/: from was Instructed to complpi.' ..,",,J.|
' ages of someomen.. reason why I hey* should be /given: their purchasing power and I Then fair and square, to give each all other state papers, and lemem- and bridge on the Letscli ,, i

o tho "free air." Ilronson Jour- advertlce Any group of. merchants one her, tho STATE) PRESS: SCRAP the Wateroak section
where the nal. quantity The chance to be first In, HOOK broadcast each Friday eve Road 9 extension was <'i.l 1 ..
one-half the world wonders can do the same--
Ocala Star says -0-- buying und quick turnover-with We all line up and run for it ning at 8:45: from WDAE)) Tampa, completed with the except,,'i, ,

other half gets:! its liquor. Slarko Telegraph, li| Its "All I modern methods of merchandising Sometimes And let the I'm best first man-win.sometimesI'm brings PRESS."you "The nest from the the 1 bridge across Wateroak "

o Around Town" column, Is poetically Chain stores are here to stay and. last .

Lcesburtf' Commercial celebrated its return to the weekly Inclined to think that we have the only way they can be success Hut still I am, Hell bent NO'rll'li: TO IJM'H. lll'S I'.\- Luke Placid -- Complin" t ,,,'
second childhood on Christmas day fully combated Is to adopt their ; new white way lighting C\ '"
F week. That I will wash In
field} with a 20-page issue last someday peace TKOVS
as well as Circus duy While we method of doing business. ; 'Fore someone 'else "has went." celebrated here

e y yt. 0) are Inclined to think that plentyof I Starke Telegraph The Independent I A nine Tins Line station has Lake Wales Building/ 'n 1'1 t

Bronson Journal says love making is a lost art. But there folks have It all-I-day too.- merchant who sits around and been established, at Smith's Filling for montth of October i I",,,
High Springs Telegram whines and expects people to sym : $14,575 In this city.
seems to be no lack of art students. -0- pathise with him because the chain I I Station, opposite court house. Lake Worth -. New .Kpi" ;'
That truffle congestion and l Inconvenience -
0---- Eugene H. Matthews state rail- store Is getting all \Ills business' Is''1 hpschachib1ll2usreliJ at the signal light on parish house of St Andre "
hen's road commissioner will have doomed The chain store /gets: the [; Lucerne avenue and P street t <'I"
the setting rec- opposition '
t. ,. When the flag pole sitters approach In business because It advertises thatIt ]{ 1J/ ,, Call and Walnut street coiner may heated recently.
for re-nomlnatlon the
I be avoided the station
at.Corpening's
EDITOR.The -
ord sit, they still have accomplished nothing. Democratic primary election in has better goods to, sell at lower
!Stnfe Prrnn Svrnp nook"Florida's Drug; Store has been discon-
()---- June, It was revealed with the announcement prices\ and that Is what the buying tinued and buses will use the turn 14'r"I'IN"r! :

Palatka Daily News points out that even Rosenwald, the by W. A. McQuagge; public Is lookIng for.-Inverness biggest/ CITRUS advertisement at Court and Call streets. Report of the. Condition "
Marlanna, that he will be a candidate Cbronlcle. will be displayed at BLUE BUS LINK Punk of Stnrkp.. at :Stance, t \ >. n
mail order king, would not have a mail 'order bride. for the position in the elec --nI -- Winter Haven Jan 21st to 25th ny S. D. Haynes, State neBB Paremhpr nf Florida. Slur.nt the 1929 cloxe1 ui' i ,

Y i l p- tion. Gadxden; County Times I The Florida Orange Festival, Meddles Line manager II.......rrrn
California director of agriculture says the bean is a fruit -o-- '- to the contrary notwithstanding . Ci\enliartH Loan foil Plm-oiintH $286 '. ,

Congressman" Lex Green has Invited r- I United States. nondx T.-
and not a vegetable. A squash could be a flower, then. congress to Florida< to spend I around town I County Nofds------------and Municipal isMl '"

n( a few'days basking in our warm -_._._._----,-,-,.:. The slogan\ used to be "I'd rather I 11'0 S'1'It.t\mimv: ( iH),Kits: II | other. tinnrlx _n. in! \ ",,.
sunshine and to pick luscious, gol- be RIGHT than be President" I Tnx! CVrtlflcnt '
The public has a right to wonder if the Singing Fountain den oranges right off the trees. \\'(' HIM .\ License( Tag Now Cal has changed It to "I'd Banking Fixtures House' Furnitureand _ ,

at Avon Park will sound anything like the bathtub singers. Should congress visit Florida It or rather WRITE than be President." Lawtey, Fla., Jan. 11, 1930 Other real entitle; -- y'

0 will get a new slant on life.- Tu. ..t Try To Bradford County Telegraph, CliilniH owned! and. _other_ ___re-___. 1 1 fl "i 'j

Starke, Florida. _. __ ,
Two little
Times-Union. fleas and two little mice ftourceM " u
One flapper told her sweetie she was still in hopes of see- what line! must be Gentleman: CAM) on hand and due
Gosh -
-0- a Sat In the road a'shakln' dice, from l banks _ _ '.''' '
ing his picture :In the only appropriate magazine published Friend Robinson of the Starke 'thirty-no, thirty-three ahead of Along came a horse and steppedon Just a word to Strawberry Shippers Cash Item out for collection h ,
.I It has been rumored the _ __ I''
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Our Dumb Animals. Telegraph has purchased a 1930 thirty-three hearts with but a the flea,
automobile license tag and he suggests "110 ho" said the flea, "that's a rtreets of Lawtey that growers Total ___ _-__- $17'I .1'I IIJnhllltlro ,
-- ---- single thought-to get a license could sell their berries
not
horse nor no ,
those who want to ,
that experience on me. Capital I stock paid In t 1 1',
Liquor peddlers can be sued if their product happens to the sensation of being- a tag-pardon U8, sir, but you have one would ship them for anyone Is Surplus funilPndlvl.le.l :', ,,
didn't There was a time when the children false different profit __ 1I 1
should our place In line-no, we absolutely as ones -
But the sellers knows the buyer is millionaire for a few days DopriHltsI'loflt __ 4."
injure or kill the buyer. used to ask us for permis- have bought and also shipped l berries .
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ll llY get one- of these souvenirs before Just come In, we were merely spitting and tiOBR __ _
not after excess publicity. sion to go out, now they won't every day since berries came .
they becomo too common- window the big llhirI'
out of the Total! _ ,__ $ ,
o Gainesville Dally Sun even tell- us when they expect to In. No one has sold l a crate of ber- stats of Florida, County nf ,Hfdid ,
sap-Just because we have on pink come back. ries for less than six dollars so far "9a.' :
Kansas is borrowing part of Florida's/ style of weather reports --- suspenders he needn't think that and I, II. .T. r)avl.., caxhler of the. "
to ten dollars
Before A very Powell gets too up named' hank, do Kol..mnly11'' "
in referring to the northeaster sweeping that state last enthusiastic over the klckless -the big otlff-thirty-three stiffs What the family physician It has also been rumored that the Bliove Ktntpnient In Inn. ,,',
heat nf knowledge and I
week a:* an Arctic melody. cocktail, we'll remind I him that it -why do they all put oft getting means to the individual, the local we could not get refrigerator/: ex- and that my It In In reHpr,... to ,,I'I
.uirrles the same percentage of tags/:' until the last minute' newspaper means to a community, press cars, that only the auction foil l tn report by (tie Coinpi" ' i iof I
0 the slate F Florida
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bllsm as kissing an old maid.\ make It so hard for us who reallydon't good newspapers insure healthy people! would get them but I talked H J. r> \VII'!, Cn"liCO11 '
this state from communities to of the auction REPT! -ATT! FISTH. : :
The biggest tax evasion shown in comes some people
Bradford! County Telegraph. have time to /get: here early- S. MATTIIKWS:
Y , taxeson from Mr. alreadY- and they have agreed to let us A, if nAnnv
Dade county where only 40 persons and companies paid Speaking experience, twenty mlnutea gone;
Avery Powell In the TimesUnion have AN'DimXVP.
refrigerator express cars atLawle J.v.
Woi th Herald. Instantwe
Uoblnxon? Lake
-- just as we tbo\llotht-Ihe
l Ph i
SV I personal property in 1927. On the coikta'l'! subject, yes. come over to !sit In the window j says, "They have a Jack for )'. Thanks to auction folks. ( Sul: scribed, and sworn to 1 bet>,
Y D-- / member of the fair sex grabs I| raising automobiles, but what Listen, strawberry growers, up thin lath day of Junimry. 1II !>
-0-- some rMv
M.: tic RAH Notary
Uncle Sam tighten on well that stuff they need Is a Jack to lift the to this year we have only had commlHHlon expires. Ci.t. 21
They're adding policemen and firemen to the wild animalzoo can ; up our place In line--' I
mall! schedules to the advantage of don't KO here---pardon us madamoh --- -
1: i ir in Lake Worth, according to a headline in the Lake Worth business In I this section of the well, ladles first, even In -- ,

l 4 Herald. Wild waves, wild men 'fo slate The Bradfoid, County Telegraph tag line-wouldn't mind HO mite"I ,

r -- Is authority for the state It she cltdnt 'scratch the back of
ment that lalneHVllie Is only 26 her leg with the shoe on her other'''
Wauchula Advocate points out that narrow-minded peo- miles away but the usual mail foot-hope she catches her hose- You Get This Extra

: ple are like narrow-necked bottles ; the less they have in them schedule to that point from Staikel doesn't powder the back of her

the more noise: it makes coming out. l 48 hours" Must be detoured, byway neck either-who said "ladles I'
, tHe r of It'y'ellt: or t'ensacola. llr t?"--pardon us, madam, but
I
-o- Gainesville. Dally Sun you have our place' In line there, .. ,
,: : The Winter Garden Grower, published weekly at Winter -0- these pink suspenders( hide brave I i
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Garden is newest addition tn the exchange table. It is a Just to start the ball rolling heart-Sir Walter Ualelgli; would'never -, ; .M.'
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: ; again; on the spoiling of SuwllnneeriveI' have said that, hut thenwe'll ] : .. :.: .", 1
newsy eight-page paper, with Josiah Ferris, Jr., as managing we'll casually mention a bet Queen Elizabeth: always'got i! o. ie .,:=. .:i
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' editor. sign posted by road department on her powder on straight -oh l oj-) : h .I. "
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[ Hond 19 where it the rawer well minutes passed
r AIn ) 'rouses -forty-five ..Jb. .. ') f _,'. '" .-
1 east of Cross City. It reads Into eternity -funny how you can I 'ill!' y 1 >. .
Y' the smaller New York night clubs the cover charge '.. fr.I' P '.
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{ "Suwannaee River. Starke tell the kind of a car a person .' .
:.. is three dollars and one dollar for a bottle of ginger ale. You Telegraph. Here's hoping that before drives by the way he stands In .. -... -, ,
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can figure from these two amounts what the under-cover the end of the year this matter line-that farmer up there three I X l 1 G'i -
I II' will receive attention-Tallahassee ahead, who chews-.he'll have an ...... ' .
;r: bottle will cost.Nothing: State News open model and we know old evil I i ll ....-; , .. -

I i -- -- eye back yonder got; that way Inviting ,
The regular monthly meeting of frfemU! to ride and putting
, will bring greater : to Hrt\tH'onl! county '
prospaiTJy a
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I'i i l"t, tho Frostproof Garden: ( Club was them In the rumble seat aha, a I' ',. (' ..: q' 64"f' ::'. .. v
than the taking and farming of abandoned v.'i" ,,, , f, I
i.\' t up our acreage. held Tuesday! afteinoon Joy to newcomer here'shere we get '
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{< l A good start was made along this line during 1929 ; let's fin- the World was snug. It was derided a break--for all those times you ; "\ I

\ ish' the job in 1930. that now Is the time to plant sneaked up behind us and screech-I ';;. .: 'i i '1: '

turnip gl..t'IIK.--I..rostproof iewn.Ah ed that cursed horn we ,
-rIJ -- --0I / turnip greens! Joy to tnt repaid--the, foot of the line to you "

Another increase' in strawberry acreage next season similar \\> 01'1111 Jacksonville llnies-un- sir-one of the largest/: cars In

:'I to this year, will place Bradford county far in the lead as ."u.Vell said, Avery. !Me fo. town, eh?-and the meat man With every Goodyear Tire we sell there goes a real service.
I ,olltl>roof! -- Lake Worth Hei threatening to stick pins In your
) 1 i No limit to what will do to that full tire sat-
t. i the berry producing county. This crown was worn for years Hid tires If you don't pay the liver bill we see you get

: by Bradford and it's only natural for it to come back. ---0- -ho, ho, there are worse things ''I isfaction. Help you choose the right type and sizedeliverit

, o Tho saddest t story we have heard than driving a model, T, my friend for you-put it on your car-help you care for it so you

ie;, was of the girl who wore Invisible -one hour passed and still we will get every mile out of it.
Florida Brand
V"i.'f' Poetry hose and Santa Claim didn't see stand-here we have to spit' again/

' sv ., Blessings' on thee, barelegged girl, her\ hanging; stocking/:. Clermont ; -not with this big brute behind This service is in ADDITION to the Goodyear Tire qualityyou

Press. Another Christmas will not us, we'd never get our place back for the low ask
With your dirty knees and skinny legs ; get price we you to pay.
find her attached to a Santa as pardou us, sir, but you have our
) You may be good, or a little bad, blind as he Starke Telegraph. place In line--Imagine; saying; thatto -

I .. But you're not a walking hosiery ad. You can't blame an everyday the big rail splitter while coyly I i NEW PRICES ON PATHFINDER TIRES EFFECTIVE -

r American boy for not being able to plucking at his overall
f. 0 translate those two French terms : and with BATTERY CHARGING OCTOBER 15, 1929
me pink
.3 Beggar in Crestview with both legs amputated had such "chltroland "au naturel.! "- wonder where old cut-plug strap.-j Balloon

,\Ir good luck collecting nickels and dimes from citizens that when Clermont Press -ah, there he goes, folks--Gra- High Pressure

: } the day's work was over donned a set of cork limbs and had --e-- ham McNamee announcing the expectoration -! 29x 5.03;
." 1.40 ________ $ 5.90 30x 3 1-2 reg.____ $
Body of headless man found In Announcing: our new
\", n glorious spree. Unable to pay his fine he left his cork legs Luke and It of the season -he.I 29x L50 _________ 6.68 30x3 1-2 oversize-_ 5.19
county
was announcedthe coughs, he alms, he spitsah! ,
"'" a 30x1.50 ________ 6.73 31x4 _____-____ 9.03;
as security. only conclusion to be formed beautiful shot-oh folks If service to motorists. Batteries
) was that of murder. you 30x4.75 ________ 8.15 32x4' ___________ 9.75
It's all right were only here this afternoon
o to commit to I I' 29x5.00 ________ 8.58 33x4 ___________ 10.35;
Lake City is about to be connected with Palatka through but don't lose suicide In head.Lake county, ee this man spit\'--a perfect parabola tested and serviced 30x5.00 ________ 8.75 32x4 1.2 _______ 13.63;
Starke
your right through the windowwe
YJ 30x5.25: ________ 9.98 33x4 1.2 _______ 14.13;)
state road 28, by use of two other paved roads into these two Telegraph. Well, anyhow, C. C. wonder-nothing like trying- promptly.
Lee, the town 31x5.25 _________ 10.35 34x4 1-2 _______ 14.7!)
cities. There should be no let until both cities connected marshal, didn't lose curses, we missed-well laugh
up are -
32x6.00 __ 13.75 30x5 20.63;
his head when he had the murderer __ ___ II. D. 8 ply __
by state road 28 straight through. The base is now com- In the county Jail three days- you rail-splitter don't point-but-"00 for You heaven'sBake Spit 32x6.50 ______ __ 15.60 32x6 H. I). 10 ply 36.23itch's

6)t. plete from Lake Butler to Florahome. after the headless body was found. On the Floor at Homeno, but

0- Clermont Press neither do we stand in line fur-"

Race tracks cannot without --- let's see- _two. hours now-only
operate gambling and gamb-
I Just to mart the ball rolling three ahead ot uswe're next _
ling cannot be done under the state laws. Two tracks have again/: on the spelling of Suwannee yes sir, here's all the dope right I Service Station

opened so far in Florida and it is general knowledge that I Hirer, we'll casually mention a here-no motor number-what?

t. alga posted by the road department there must be some mistake-.
gambling was allowed, yet both have closed down. Rather -
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on Road 19, where it crosses there U a mistakewe're Itwe
mysterious, but perhaps it is possible for race tracks to kill the river east of Cross City. It stand In line two hours and haveno Starke Florida

% 4 themselves with the aid of obliging officials without the use read "Suwannaee River." motor number-pardon us, ladles -

N.1 of law statutes. Starke Telegraph. The extra and gentlemen, :you have our
wall of course, a palntographlcal place in line, and you can keep

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