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 24, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04743
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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,i Out of County ROAD BUDGET PROVIDES FOR PLANT TITV MKXT:ImUUI'I':- I State Primary Florida Democratic Leader fc!:- 23.e3i U.i '//U. ...

,j Pupils Will Be Plant Olty Jan. 21.-Strawberrlos Must Be Held j

"r' EXPENDITURES $4,000,000Important are going: forward In liberal Hits Hoover-Administration
Barred Stated
"",' shipments, but I there has been n By Republicans -- -.- _. -- ---- '
decrease In production from most -- Ii
t fields during the past week, nndIlia s'rATETIDE Hurry U. Wcll-t INMICM Statement .
; "Muni 1'ny Tuition At :Melroso Or Liuv 1l(Miilrett| I'urty, to Pick Its. ._ 1.3J
result has been a strengthening I "'1'''''' Clilpley. fioveriiinent ]
Roads in This District to He Completed During :
Quit, Announced > of the local f. o. b. market that Ciimliil.ilfH. l It y l'tll.lllnr'uH'i| ".15
.11*\\'iiHliliiftoii Forcing t
; Current Year-Extension 13 Provided For. sent the!' price up to around I 137 I .. II.u

Pulatka, Jan. 17.-Fifty-one pupil cents" I today, being a gain of about For the flr- time In the historyof I'lorlila} Itntk Into I'old. ... n..' .
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'j'i. In the Blelrone schools from rro.tcH-t This "SectionKlorahome Polk county Bartow to Bowling 7 cents per quart over the average Florida, I the Republican, pnrty of 8Inle.wlll1elllnlt\ bee' Is. gel- .-- :e41::i

, ela)'. Bradford and Alachua countIes price a week ago. till slate will hold, election ting under III Florida Hhcooln Chlpley Jan. 12. -
i to .',,1"1 k..., roiulaw. Green, 20.15 miles paving; Road 11 primary way Florida ..4l
) will not be accepted after Feb. C. cross road, No. 17 to Eight Mile Decrease In yield< has been attributed t this, your. I under t Ilia spoimorKhtp of the Jen- Democrats( who refused. to vote for f IS M"

l 2, unless they pay tuition fees. to number of causes : That Is N'III 1 Intension: I DlvUlon Herbert In L1J.M, '
Ibililu-in. to .Jacksonville creek and Road 5, Lee county, approach the Republicans) will of the Unl- 1 11121! "have every reason L 3.41 .r.rL
County Superintendent C. II. Price "llft'lIlnj( to 4O f'f.t. \ to Caloosahatchee river though; none of t them may be ('orI I hold I the primary. If that pnrty carries verttlly of Florida. K\c-ry: pupil) to bn proud I hat they stood by

stated' today. ItroiiNoti tAt Kll/.ey, roul 111: bridge. recto Some are of tile opinion that out the iniiiKlalory, II\'ovl"loIIK" enrolled In I Ihe first eight gr.ldon their party. In view! of the record L ..10ftt .

f fl' Action In being taken by the 1.\)' county.Liikc The department also let a contract I the weather has been too warm (Of n stale law which I requires\ *I the of any elementary school or junior niado( to date by the present Republican t

board of public Instruction followIng Butler. to Lake City, to the Marlunna Basic Roach ; moat of the season; others report holding/ of prlmarlex by parties high school\ Is eligible( through: ad nil nlm.l'! <1 ratIon" Chairman .1 J

notification from Alachua road 28.Stuiko. Company of Cottondalo for supplyIng prevalence of red spider: ; others 1)IIIInl30\ per rout or moro of I the the registration( of bin srhoot to Harry I U. Wells, of the state ,

county that but four months
. Kchool Is provided from the general -I coiitliiKciit e>n early Bccnrlngof / for work on the Old Knnnlsh Trail plants. Then- are others who attribute 1'111' !Republican/ 1114 must hold a Htalo honors., saId today In a ittatement to the I I

: school fund with the balance right t>f May. This |1..oJ.t"u. J In Holmes Washington( ; counties the slowing up of production ) primary of I heir own thin year Attorney The spc'lllng boos will follow the p-irly: 'In (Florida.
/ coming from subscription., Ala- to the effect of the severe ieneral Fred! II. luvln shld I "Mr Hoover" will
not have
.. clinic general occupied -
,11 omitted tlin'>iif>,h oversight nt seventy-five\ cents a square plan as the old fnvnloued .
, /,' chua has been paying a pro rata In milking/ up of prelimbinlpt yard on standard specifications.The frosts of a mouth IIRCI. tmrause, t hey Hilled, :IO( pur cent RIH.IIII1b'o of a generationIIKO. ( the \tilte house" a year until 1

J'r nmount on a four months school iiiai', ; but mlvlcesI'rom quarterly meeting: of the Saturday was the large; day of and morn of thu vote cast' In the I ) with one line of spellers 'go- March 4th next." mild Chairman __ III."

basld. Bradford flatly refuses to TullnluiMHfo. ii.Hwui-e its department just ended opeiiTd the past six days a total of 71.- lust election. In addition% to that InK down under a mai-lijiia nun fii'eor \Velln. "11 Ut I In t Hint I brief ten I.U

pay for tuition for their pupils\ attending 'IllClUHldll) Ut uiiM't lag to !><. Wednesday.<< During the three-day 076 quarts going forward. Monday I tho Republicans, tiumt plucti an wonN. given I them by a veteran months ho has fully justified the ) __ i7.'ai J

''j the Melrose schools, superlnt'endent held February/ 25th; l.ciiigfor / session Its members awarded a there were 40.109( quarts In the tire I ticket in t the fli-lil.! t the same I'll-I' proiioiiuccr. claims\ of Democrats) who opposed ,j J. B.M

Price stated. movement. Bold nt on average )priceof the I Democrats) lie utlded.V . ]Ills election and of lenders I In his
I I few for road floes ,
1'ldl'd 1 by; Hiit-rlnl act of contracts immediate will 1 lie held (lili month _. .
Clay county is billing Putnam 33 cents tho quart. There were V l III .1 own party who did\ UI
u no not favor hUnomination.
tho lcKl-diiliii-e\ H)2) (). and bridge work and hear numerous III each HO, h on I taking piirt III I heI'onhtlt >
county with tuition dating back four express refrigerator ears, the Thci Democratic! primary this __ lU' v
Ii The two (project jinn tiled delegations which came hereto |hy which I the i'lie mimion of .
four years for a: negro school\ balance moving: III pony refrigerators. year will he held" on June 2. "Today, we find Hoover who
for 011 iitL 28 will completeroml plead for the inclusion\ of certain each" will l II"> chosen "h"Io school i I !
which It Is claimed took many of Under the law the. madn no
primary. cnmpiilgu promise or ffO.K
2M from Lake ('it) to construction and maintenancework 1'1111111111011"111 compete III spelling(
Putnam county's pupils. No such Today the supply was said to which I this year will I c-onstltiite the xtatemeiit on the all-Important f. 11.3':
1'nlntka, 5.ln>rlenliiK/ the illslaiice in the new budget. I )been I In eac-h' 'dlntrlcl I of I tilt stale I on I :
records exist in t the office of the holwii'ii the two' i>oliit.. bo fair, though t there: would not be "first primary" lieciniHo, of repeal/ February, / 111. 't'lm a\ elgtit I ml let i'ict I ile.stlou| of prohibition I t (except t lo g' .
;) : Clay county superintendent Mr. In excess of 50.000( quarts prob\ of I the single primary system by call It a noble experiment makIng -
to 0!I.;( mllcN.iiindliiK I been are lield In connection with
Price has b'een informed by the ot the lust link of Florida UsingOwn ably. not near that quantity. The act of I he 1L".I!) Ipltllllill tire. CDIIIOH I lie I InterxchohmtV I I tournaments t only gosturtm; by the appointment 1U'- ," :,.
former superintendent of Clay price range before noon today was on the first Tut'Hclay lifter the first t of coinn/lHHloners and the .-- !
l'ulul2M litxn Piilntkn i to ItunIHll under I Ihu direction I of prominent I .41""' I'
('ount). Milk Now from 30 to 311!) cents. Monday% I In June. Tho second primary creation of buretiiix to study this ,"
I:! Is Included In this.. ).I..H school oIllelalH In each of, t the fill-
Melrose schools, now have an attendance 'Hie., :Miller .And... wherever IIp(' IoKary. will und other vital IrohlemsVpllrt .
iiilK't; stair'big <>f tliei MorkileMiiIlng lowing t towns: The Toiirnnmenl at
of 198 pupils which will Reports of the berries: Bold at Onto 011 the fourth' Tuesday after $5 Id. I He beKan liy niiinliig Mellon 1 l
; upon lagler, (' bo cut automutlcllly by 61 February compU-tliiK conch-ninutlon I auction In Lakeland by the !Miller the first Monduy of June which by President. I II. A. I.ove of over the (protests! of honest dry 15.35 i .
2. when the Putnam board Mate t IiiNM-clor| StateH! Auct'on' Company are as follows: thn! year will bo, June 21.$ In both parties The (president! i T
l>i-i>c(H>illnrw( for jht-of-wM.v. Palmer College( ; ut TnlhilmHHce byMrs.
I,. will either collect tuition fees or In fyeltcr. Jiinuiiry 17lli at 1-akclmnl: Formerly, the state'! election owed hi'* nomination to the rotten 1. .
iU-l Mary Muforil
y rXIK..t..1, | on anyimrtlon / lieml of timeconkemi
'''. bur the students from other coun- Cur from Plant City, 684 pint laws provided for primaries/ to It"l Republican machine of Penn,1, "
t i of slate roml 2H out- eiiKllxh department State/ .
.' \ ties it was stated. wldo uf l-'Iiinler county, everything Although: some sweet and sour crates, Bold nt 1 J 3-4 cents per held by politic-til" parties I'uilin30/ CollPKo for Women; at Clalnesvlllu, nylvanla. und ho paid that poll- ]I -3Tt,
, creaM Is shipped Into pint.) cent or of I the for I thai debt at I lilt, cost of
'. .bclitff In ivixlliiesn forliardsiirraclifi now being per more vole by MMH! Horn, Ice AMhlmrlKellt'I'1i1, law enforcemont. f u. .
;: CONVICTS T.t I(}: VliKXCII:: / and. the rlosi the state very little milk from other Two cars from (fiallowny; : one of supreme court j justices I In ''itl cI'" oxtplIMIIHI division! ) University nt 1- !

LK.\VK: : of I!tao will we It practically states hi being used In Florida 632 pint crates sold at 12U cents, years and the governor during Florida ; ut (Ocnla. by Mrs. Iva T. "DlHgiiHled.( with the removal I ..

'i, \ I u01I.II'I.I. at Ihe present, John M. Scott! chief t the other of llli! : pint crates sold at "big"/: election years {"prlnkle.. county superintendent: ; from olllee of Mrs. Mubel Walker J. 24..;-,

I..' Two negro cpnvlcts at work with milk Inspector, In the departmentof / 16 cents. I Now, however under the election at DeLuinl. by I Dr.) IrvIng ('.. Stover, \VIIlebrandt who was sinmeerelytry ,\ I

f a squad at Crosby Lake cemetery agriculture. states In a letter to Car from BowllUK flrecn 725'' laws, polllli-nl purlieu polling/ Si 01 stilt tlmcivorsi ty. nt Okeocholme iimg to necuro l'unvldloliS under i 15.11 .

. ,; last Friday decided to "See Flor- Tallahassee,. Jan. 17.-New road J.P. Love. president of the State pint crates Hold ut 11 I 1-2 cents :10 per rent or more! (if (he vole by Mi'. I". I K.: I Henderson, counlyMiiperlnteiidinl t tho Volxteud act Immllaled! by the t t _---- 1133

Ido'lr8t" before completing: their and bridge work for Florida for Dairy Association.Mr. per pint. for the presidentiallectors must I t ; at St. Potersburg /appointment. of prohibition enforcement ,r(- 1.H

. ;, sentence at the state prison and 1030 costing more than $4,000- Scott declares that his office .\I Lakeland .Ja nolan ry' I IHIh: place ciindldates I I the Held I In primaries. i- by Mrs. Nina M.! IlurrlH, see!., ex-, ofnplnln who do iiot t.--- 5.41
. 000 was' agreed upon by the state is at conducting (Cur from Plant City 720 pint I .
present a- ur-
(,succeeded in slipping away. Sunday leiiHloit! teaching: : /timid/ nt Miami\ seem to euro whether the eighteenth / { .. 13,451
morning a telephone call to road. department today concluding vey of all the dairies In the state crates' sold at. 1 5 cents per pint. Do It \Jl.IIIII| by Mr. J. I. Sowerx, director' vocational I amendment In observed! or riot.,. {

'i ... Sheriff/ Epperson reported their preparation! of Its tentative budget and bas found In the eighty-five!; Car from Lakeland, 792 pint I Thin meiuiM! Unit regardless of education for Undo) roil .dlHappolntmeiit its u result of the JJ4

presence near Theressa and the ot construction and maintenance percent", of those In the state I hat crateH, sold' at 14 cents per pint. whether I tho Republican or any t ty. 'rapid and Hleiuly Increase of crime) rI

sheriff/ Immediately phoned the fcfr the current year. have been examined many startling Par from Wauchtiln, 683 pint other purty. poll] 30 per cent or Kadi': act the organised: underworld becomes (- tinL

newt to the state prison. A short After adoption of Us:; tentative facts. crate.<, )panned no Md. I moro of t the vote III I the clit'i Ioii" district: churnploii and(I rlln.j dully mole powerful thru 5I$ .
will ho 14.54
lime.later two cars from the farm budget, the department adjournedIts There Is a surplus' of milk In .tt Lakeland January 21)1 Iii of this year, they will have to put stale ner-up I eligible to enter ( the profltM derived from the Illicit\ ]jl'L

arrived with dogs and they were quarterly meeting here and two of the I argent cities In Florida Cur from Plant City, (OKI I I pint primary candidate ii I In I tho Held until held spelling I the bee which will he manufacture and sale' of pol' onou" ..

i, ;\ placed on trail of the runaways, called another meeting for Jack and one dairy alone la manufacturing crates Bold nt 15 cents per pnt.! I tho next election! of presidentialelmtors I I the sImile on evening of Murch R at 1 iq tiers, honest il rye I like i Borah. 31.35;; -.

overtaking the convicts near sonville to be held Feb. "ary 21. 1,000} pounds of butter In'n i Car from Galloway 702 pint when I heir strength will at I ho liiterHi-liolitHlIu tournament who \lieurllly Kitppoited' I Hoover, "..

Hampton.orCCI'VIXG. when tho permanent budget will month. crates, old at 14 rents" per pint. again he tented. I In ('i ; University. of Florida : /are making open" warfare on the. .-ec

be adopted. !Mi' Scott declares that he Is receiving Car from Waucliula, 731: pint) The attorney gc-iioi'iil/: ( found, a admlnlMl ration. - - S S ( V.-
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TheY to crates'', sold at 14 1-2 cents per number uf other dlllu elf In the .--, ''
proposed new work. represent (co-operation from various S Break" KiiKnidcrs; Illl IcrnewH.
: XKW: IIOMi':
pint. election' III WK. which ha regarded \ ,..\ TO i\inti: { : sT.vrr:
an expenditure of $1,148-$ state and local health organizations / "Tho break between the prolilblHOIIMH .

Senator and-Mrs. M. 446, will be carried out under the as well ait the majority\ of Plant 4 'lly 1'IIIttll'lli! :tio''i'miiciit an highly: Important to t the entire I'BI'SS: Ht 'BU' HOOK I | and! I thu prexldent. I Is exceeded 10.5IS.

i this week E., Johns tentative budget after projects Involved the dairymen, In carrying on his Jan. 17 :H5.313 quarts, Av. .32. slulci. The hoolcM, he: Hud!. will -- In lilt"I enulimmis only by the
to their
home Walnut new in acts of the legislature, work. Dairymen of the state are Jan. 18---71,976 quarts, Av. .80.: !show whether a voter Is a Democrat An u t trlliit I" to I the purse! of I he steadily I wl.lp"I. lug breitch that sep- .

l of the on heating street the last Incompleted work from the 1929 taking kindly to the new milk Jan. 20-,-.- 6,1 (JJ! quarts Av. ..33.OVNTKH or a Republican., If a person. IM stale!, a imum lit(|his radio, program wan uratcH itepua hi It'miii lenders of thtwciHteru ,,e

and installation equipment arriving budget, and those projects of the law. he says. registered. an a Democrat, his voto I Introduced over Htallun I WDAK I farm ncctfoim' from I thoD. II...aIC1K
{ being completed old I us a Kepiibllriin will I I tint be taken last. October, during tlm meeting
Monday.\ With this exception the budget upon which work has When the survey taut the department ; M"PPiilThe : ( O. I' orgunUers of the Industrial
of the ,
I not begun. constructed. necetwltatlng his changing his reg- South I Florida Prens ASMOlatlon I.1
are Those. east sought/ to u -
home has' been ready for Is now working on I li
t occupancy Intralloii. before '' u entitled t I I the S Itt to Pross .1 LM.
three I I thu elections
classes of work areheld.
were Klvt'nlprel'ecll"nce Larlft'/ bill 7p
ladles of 8t.Iark's! : Increuslng duties on ,;.jj,
since first of the month following completed they will\ be In a position Kplncopul Scrap Itnok.Tho .
I completion of the house la the 1930 budget!; by to tell dairy farmers whetheror ) church will give an oyster practically everything t tho farmer
I resolution adopted yesterday by 4XO fcntiirn wus arranged/ !byKiiHHell rniiat buy nnd lrotel'tIoilly, / the
furnishing by a Jacksonville firm. not they should Increase the supper Thursday evening, Jan. '
Constructed of brick, this English the department. number of cows they are milking 30th) beginning al 6 o'clock)( at K.VI: ISIOIIMH: ) : Kay from inaterlnl Melect- big bilHlucsM that provldud, campaign
ed I In I
typo home Is a revelation !fti comfort If the tentative budget dopted and what othei. plans they- should the club house, und all who patronize TO lilTI..n$ T.KJH rending I tlm 23H! newupuperspuhllHlieil funds for Hoover's election." 1111I1.M
Is carried In Florida, u t timely editorial -
today out.after projects Chairman Well said' the
and convenience, no detail I make as the survey U finding the them will bo uHsurc-il of /getting farmer
being overlooked and no expense ep.tabllsbed by legislative act and number which will be milked well cooked and attractively Tallahassee, Jan. 18.-Walter from one, n bit 1 of verse "has not !lean rellevn.i except oC -
those from the old : another t! brlof, comment (IJsll4llwl.l" "
budget: are constructed the little hu hud left, and that
being spared in Its construction. what market for milk and butter served! food. McLIn, lI< tlllg I stale motor vehicle: 85.71til
the Fourth Congressional. : activity In muny' linen
Designed by C. D. Shank. of Roanoke there Is, and other things Important The menu follows: commissioner said tonight that no joke I llio only help planned for him "Id .
fir two few
Va., construction'! work was district will receive $1,806,696 to dairymen. / Fried oysters, 1 dozen OOc. extension of tlmo for )purchasing. / I n gnnppy parngruphM to further obligate/ hint by lending -
l li worth of work iiiul always a constructive, - -
the second him
in charge of Smith & rtendrlcks ; --- -. Fried oyster, 1-2 dozen: 40c. : !liceiiHU platen had been Ismied! from money. lie| said the t41
.p Jackftonvllla contractors, with 15.M. I district $843,760 ; the third district LHVV: 1>>'".\1, Oyster (cocktail 25c. 'hut olllce. on I the vuluo of tile \JewlI"ral..r fruit "grower had Buffered no les* ---
antf v I to the corn mil nl ity and t the .143,11
$556,000 the first $943- than I ho farmer.Wells ,
i Close as supervising architect.ASSOCIATION Dill pickles, cold
000.In Jacksonville, Jan. 23. Levy and butter, crackers and coffee Tampa to the effect I that additional !, Hayed, the admlnlMtrallon 11.55
i addition the department decided From Its I Inception, flio [Blnl, It! I In Liii
I Dyal, 62. a resident of Jacksonville with each order. days of gruce would he allowed [policy I a-'\tmmerica. stating
: :XOTKS PrcM" Hcrup Hook buc-nrno
to Include In the bud- / I incrnim- that that
new ; soctlon
for the past ten years died Oyster mewcrackers nnd coffee Mr. MclJu Huld no Individual vtus "none too
I get maintenance and betterments 'at his home 236 West (Fourth 50c. orders had bxen Issued. I He I ii sly popular and! I In rt-HpoiiMu to a friendly. In spite of Huover's good. .!.....
The "Bradford County Strawberry to cost approximately $ lSI)0,00&The demand that It l b.> featured' over will lour III I
street Tuesday afternoon after a a buttle/hip just priorto
-. said the blanket ardor to all the .IMI
& Vegetable Growers Association new work which the depart- other StiLt' lotte. Mr. I Kay imminmoti races: Immituigu natitmmu." -- .
few days' illness. He was connected .
f experienced a shortage of ment M 1l'1.I':1'4: KILLKD i ) : iir minti: .: state was that no arrests tire 'InIm that, beginning, Friday" : evening,
proposes to carry out. follows with the Cable Piano Company mudo unless, ,.., ) Time chairman also said that. f
( but
fruit last week due 'essllry Jan. 2 Ithm 7
_, to the cold ] $: ut : 15 II. in. the ScrapBook I
weather of three weeks ago but District Four--Ilaldwln to Jack- and came .to Jacksonville Mr. If. I). May, county commissioner that when motorists lire found will I ticcomo" /u. regular studio/ naming' / flriindy. us senator fromPeiinxylvuuln" . i
i from Fernandina. 11 was na- I him *.
& a given the Democratu
with! old tags they will ho asked 1'
the Theresnu district, '
from feature from I
prospects are good for the season sonville Station WPLA Clear-:
widening, 18 miles St.
; tivo of Bradford county. SurvivIng the best issue (In MM
to go at once to the purchasing years.
to open In full swing about the Johns had two mules killed: last Thursday water.
line .
county to Palatka 40 .M
his widow Mrs. Mattie\ p .
are "Bureaucracy: IH the Increase
station and ohta/ Oil
n one. 4 f
middle of February or first of afternoon when a wire carrying Tlii program for t that date ha [
; Road 28, (Florahome to Palatka "
Dyal, two daughters Mrs. Estelle -. III Wa hlll/Ion./ he mild, adding; $454
March providing no unusualfy 1,1,000: () volts brushed against been arranged with und -
14.91 mles: ; Dunnn! creek Mlzellof this city and Mrs. Lela ICAII-'OKD! :MASO.N: I INSTILL: care lid- that "Hoover |III exerting himself : ". U L. ;
cold weather hinders the maturityof them. Mr. May had cut a tree toners In search of an Interesting
bridge, Droward county. Road 4, Graham of Tampa and two son. n. ...1('1':111'4: tf) diminish statu'H. rIg hts." .:a,,,
'the present crop. Danla canal south; Road 4-A, Miami Claude \V. Dyal of Covlngton. Oa.', without noticing/ that It would not and entorluliilng/ feature are urged [ .-- .....
The membership continues to clear the charged wires overhead to tuna Iii.'rime "Many of those who lIelp.lmolltto _
jo (Florida City, 30 miles and and Herbert M. Dyal of Jackson Masons at Knlfonl. Lodge<< No. 82, place Hoover In the :_ :: ?IR
grow': as more and more farmersare Road 44, Mount[ Dora to Miami. In its falli' breaking one of the State Press Scrap Book IKspuiiHorecl
ville. The funeral will be held- at their last Installed
meeting officers
Informed of the efficient workIng District three-Road 20, hard- wires and dropping It on the wagon [ by the Florida Clipping said "not only Floridians but
thin afternoon at 3 o'clock' from for 1930
a* follows: and ._. I't
men the
of the Miller Auction Co. Inc., surfacing from Cottondale to Pan- tongue The comparatively Snrvlce and Its purpose, U to bring women throughout :
Springfield: Methodist church.' Rev Ury (1. W M.
Hupp.) nation who laborud for his nomi-
which handles slight shock frightened the mules you "Tlio Best from the Press."
a large of the
part ama City; 28 miles. Ten miles ._ "
L. D. Lowe the pastor, conductingthe Johnnie Addison a.V.. nation 'C" .
and election have been
South Florida berry and also'a and they lunged ahead Into the
crop harduurfacing on Road 10 from .
service. The active pallbearers Lester Hobbs, J. W. shown the door."
large portion of the Louisiana Panama City westward ; seven will be: R. Webster, C. S. deadly wire, killing both Instantly Clifford/ Jones 8. I). I CHTII.I/KIt; : COVHI'.MPTIOV: I _,44,33
The accident happened. between "If there were not numerous,
rop.Unless miles hardaurfaclng road 10, Nlce- Clough, W M.\ Patterson W. Clay Joo Canon. J. I D. -"J1U'
the Hampton and where the line other reasons for us tn be true to
Association lees At vllle eastward. power Of the total
Potts E. N. Brodgen and J. B. H.el'. Dowllng, Secy. of 60,000 I) tons of ,
to change their I leaves the old Keystone Heights the faith of our father, the colossal ""1n. /
former action, District Two fertilizer used .
county, Arnot; honorary J. R. Lynn. A.F. Marlon Browning, Treasurer, I In the state during
which change Is doubtful no mem- Road 13, Bronson to Union road the line supplying Hampton December, failure of the Republican administration . .
Ellzey; Balnea, R. H. Russell C. B. Vollle (0'. Manning. 8. 8. Bradford/ county lined ."
bers will be In and Waldo wIth| current from the alone would be sufficient iI,44
accepted the or- county. Road 28. Lake Duller 307 tons ,
according to the
Hanks I) E. Harley and E. J. Do- Hill drowning, J. 5.I report lit...
after Florida Power and Light Company's to put (Florida back In the -
ganization February 1st, to Columbia line Columbia Issued by the
county ; by. The Interment will be In Edge- I* K. Moseley, Marshal.\ Inspection bureau .43"
therefore 66,000 volt sub-station just Democratic column where Ihe belongs .
prospective members county Road 18, Union coun- wood cemetery today. The arrangements Martin Hosier, Chaplain. department! tit agrIculture Putnam 1.11..
are urged to sign up as soon as to Lake east of Starke'city limits. The comity said Wells..
ty line City; Lafayette are In charge of Moul- Richard Mark ham Tyler. ( led In this Immediate
possible.! county, Road S-A. Mayo to Taylor ton and Kyle. break In the line was repaired by section with 2,62 tons, followed -__ ::3

rKKI.MXO - county line; Madison county road V the company's linemen UKriT.LThe ; I I.I by Clay: with 1,201 ton. AJachun .\MltK\V.S: l.NDKIt: BOM)

I : CCLLH/ OX: HIGHWAY 35, Greenville to Shady Grove and (,()l'STl'HT: Tt'KHIMV; -- &'J3 tome, Bradford 307 tons. Union -

.. Levy county Road 5. Alachua l"UW DK.ll: 0HTItKKT: : I music pupils of Mrs. (1.'. II. 161 4 tons and Baker :2 I tons. St. Carl Andrews'of Ralford charged ._.;

Complaints] have been reglster- county line to Marlon county line. Regular monthly session of Long and the expression pupils of Johns county led the state with with the shooting of Charlie

t .d during the last few weeks regarding District One Road 23, Cole- county judge'. court: will convene J. H. Newsom, one of the older I Mllllf Hazel: :Mickileton will give a 9,140 tonS. :Manlfe; on the night of January4th

the sale of berries unfit man Webster,. 8 miles partly next Tuesday with twenty-five to citizen of the town dropped dead recital Friday afternoon at 3 surrendered Wednesday afternoon -

for use by peddlers along the highway '- graded; Road 15, convict camp thirty cases coming up at thin on Call street Thursday morningnear o'clock at the high school auditor ,\W.\lIUI'u{ :, JII;IOOU( ) 1I.\H.\a( : and wan placed under \

the top layer presenting a grade, Hernando county Brooks- time this. session to be featuredon the railway tracks, from an ium. This. recital will consist of bond of $1,000 for appearance at !

good appearance but the Bottom of vllle Weklwachee Springs 15 the number of out-of-town attorneys i attack of heart trouble. Mr. New- pupils In the Junior and senior A jury In circuit court for Ala- the spring term of circuit court. --

:' the cups being fllled with a very miles, grading; Road IS. Citrus to represent defendants sum hall been a resident of this high/ schools. chua county last weet! awarded< f

sorry grade of cull fruit. As most county, Hernando county line to charged with crimes ranging from county for nuujy years, operating Glenwoud Hancock $80,000 for injuries I'. j. (;ac.\ l'

of the sales are made to people Withlacoochee river 20 miles stealing to whiskey running. Judge farm In different sections. He IIIKTIIS received while working for jct44

passing through, it Is resulting in grading; Road 6, IIIHaborough Hal Y. Maine of Lake Butler/ will leave three sons, Oscar, U. B. and Sutton Bros., of Jacksonville contractors P. J. Grau died Wednesday aftera

adverse criticism for the product county Pasco county line to Sulphur preside opening day. Judge Gardi B. E. Newsom daughters and Mr. and Mrs. It. J, Turner, New on tW overhead bridge brief Illness, at the home of hits :

of this section and It Is likely authorities Springs 11 miles; Road 23. ner'being disqualified In the trial grandchildren. Funeral arrangements River, boy Sunday, Jan. 19. of state road 14 at Hampton. daughter, Mrs. J. J. BuIIen. The L

will be asked to take action Pasco and .Hernando, grade 16, of on. Thomas charged with stealIng bad not been announced up Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Parrish. was represented by Mesvrs.' D. E. body will be removed to Johns-

In stopping such sale.. Busbnell t -

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y! --- -- -- --q.---------------- /school benefits. Miss Gertie Johnson at her home ville last Friday afternoon. plants from sections of the United help defray expenses of his college

Sunday afternoon Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jackson- States which are free from the education.
The League meeting of the Garfield -
Ik ; with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and ville are spending a few weeks disease or nematodes causing the Paul planted seed of the Kil-

Evans Union convened children spent Sunday here with here with het' parents, Mr. and disease "crimps" or French bud. gore Ded Cob variety on land

wrY. Hampton chapter. Jan. 9th. relatives Mrs. J. B. Thomas. These plants should be set on new which had been grown to straw-

The following program was rendered Mr. Clyde Kelley of this section land or land that has not been berries the winter preceding. He\
and Miss Doris Sowell of La- planted to berries tor several cultivated with harrow
: ..N1N.N.NNN...1N sweep
;.t.ta. \Y. "tby word is a lamp onto my feet. aud alight unto my path.-Ptalm 119105. Song Help Somebody Today by : crosse were united In marriagelast years. In controlling crimps em- and cultivator. Paul fertilized bin
: ZIFF : Thursday afternoon Jan. 16. phasis should be placed upon the corn with 200 pounds nlrtrat of
t 'A4 nflfrtrtitit. All religious teaching, doctrine or congregation. They have many friends who wish raising of nursery plants, because soda per acre as a side-dressing
I Miss Opal Lewis Cor.
; ill : if to have claimUpon
; creed they are any Prayer Ilev. Arkley.
tt-t them much happiness in their married during the rainy season the nematodes The yield from the one acre
tli'' the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with Scripture reading Romans the' N...................... life.CARE. spread rapidly and the 111 was
into and crevice very bushels which Paul valued
fold at
t ; the teachings: of Jesus the Christ whose words fit every Mrs. L. 11. Futch.
iy'i",#l of the human heart, and of whom It was said in John 7:46 "NEVER MAN 12th chapter by Little Sunbeams, Mr. H. E. Thomas and son. disease Is spread very quickly over $1.00 a bushel. This left him a

j SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." Song Happy Alice Mast and Floyd, of Jacksonville, spent sev- the entire bed or row. In the net profit of 94.00 on the acre.
a.f by M. E. Wynn URGEDIN fall when plants are set out un- Ills work
f ,:. +illVhat thing are better than I yet he always opposed what was Elena Harrison. eral days of last week here with was supervised and his
der hill the disease
system yield certified by his county agent
gold and silver? Answer read- evil.Our lesson continues In the Reading, Good Natured Jon, by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. SELECTING does not spread rapidly. Some- C. P. Wright.
Provo 18-16.: Joyce Mast Thomas.Mr. .
"Think not that I times there appears to be a spreadof Paul has the
words of Jesus, following to
rg How to Attain Eternal: lire am come to destroy the law or Song, A Tither. by Little Carolyn I W. J. Johns of Starke* spent BERRY STOCK the disease after plants are set about being champion: "Boys,say If

Matthew 19:16: 21, 22. And behold I am not come to Harrison i last week here with his daughterand In fall, but this is due mainly because want to be
the prophets; The Epworth League, you a. champion, don't
said unto him. Address son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. W. -
one came and the plants are already Infected -
but to fulfill to beat the other
destroy, Organization and try fellow, be.
Its Origination, of Southern States Said In-
what good thing shall Lewis.
God Master, The Hebrew Bible was divided with the larvae or egg of cause that will do nothing but
,I I do that I may have eternal life? Law the Phophets, and name, by Rev. Ackley. Mr. J. H. Kelley and son, Clyde tested With Frrncli Hud the nemtaode.Dr. .
Into the ; i Solo Love Sweet Mystery of causo you to envy your fellow
21. Jesus said unto him, If thou thus Levit. 19:18: were attending to business in Generally Brooks to make "
the writings: Life, Reba Maxwell. expect a worker, and that would not be 4-
+ wilt be perfect. go: and sell that "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as Hilda Durden and Edna Starke Thursday. survey of Arkansas next summer' H spirit. But instead of trying to
Misses Plant Jan. 20.-Dr. A N.
thou hast, and give to the poor thyself," and the Jewish Interpreters planolsta" for the Mr. T. D. Dyal was a visitor to to learn the extent of the disease beat the other fellow, just try to
In Harrison were Brooks, strawberry specialist
have treasure business
and thou shalt Starke last Wednesday on
added the words "And hate in that state. beat yourself, and the rest will\
heaven and and follow me. evening.At sounds a note of warning to the :
: come "
enemies. Jesus said to Ills "
thine care for itself.
22. Hut when the young man righteousness nine-thirty the League was Mrs. I. W. Dyal and little strawberry growers of Florida that
disciples, "except your business by I PAUL MMMONH: WINS .
called to a session should be given consideration at
he went
w heard that saying, away shall exceed the righteousness daughter, Marlon Lee of Graham, JOE 11.LIASS
l1 Miss Fay Welch, union president, this time. He advises to HTATK CHAMPIONSHIPIX
sorrowful: for he had great poet the scribes and Pharisees spent the first of this week here growers APPOINTED FOREST:
of ItANGKItFriends ;
which visiting : WORK ;
after CLUB
immediately obtain their nursery plants from CORN.
t sessions. enter Into the with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
ye shall no case friends and 'members of the Lea- nothern states to avoid the infestation
W. Lewis. of Joe Malpas will be interested
Thee "
Prayer: Lord we hear of heaven. And said -
t tI' 4 kingdom gue were Invited to the city hall of nematodes or the disease The honor of being state cham-
, Bay: Obey my voice and I will be "Love enemies, bless them Mrs. B. L. Prescott have returned to learn that on December
your which looked very inviting, being "crimps." pion corn club boy for the second
Thy God and thou shalt be my peo- that curse you, do good to them home after spending a few daysat 20 last he was appointed forest
pIe. that hate and for them decorated with green palms and Brooker at the bedside of her During the fall plants were sentto year In succession has just cometo ranger of a large district near Rai-
I that despitefully you use you, and persecute yellow and white draperies. grandson, little Ralph HInes, who the strawberry laboratory from Paul Simmons a Plant City 4- ford. This territory covers approx-
Again they assembled together has been very ill. Judsonla Arkansas and were H club boy. Paul won the cham- imately 33,000 acres, all of which

SUNDAY SCHOOL This you.Is, perhaps, one of the and enjoyed a pleasant social hour. We are sorry to report that Mr. found to be crimped plants with pionship in 1928. and R. W. Black- I will be entirely under his care and

s LESSON most difficult commands In the Bi Refreshments consisting of fruit J. II. Kelly has been on the sick from 125 to 260 nematodes to the lock, state boys' club agent, has supervision In the matter of forest

I ble. It rises across the path of salad crackers and hot chocolate list for the past two or three plant, and in conversing wlt t a just announced that he is also win- fires, and other menaces detri-

life like mountain across a wa served at the conclusion. weeks. Hope he will soon recover. I grower in that state the fact was ner for 1929. As a prize for his mental to our forests. Joe will\
I'' FOR J.\Sl'.un-, 19:10: our highway a Impossible to sur- Members and friends from the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and revealed that crimps Is present in 1929 record Paul will receive the have two assistants for his work

tt Subject: Standards of the King- mount. It was followed once by Waldo Hawthorn, Island Grove daughter, Lula Mae were visitingIn Arkansas. The disease Is also pre $100 scholarship offered by the with headquarters in Raiford,

dom. Jesus, and he alone can guide us Melrose and Hampton chapters, Starke last Saturday. ent In North Carolina, South Carolina Chilean Nitrate of Soda Educa- near which he Is stationed. The

Oolden Text: leSRed are the across the t mountains. After following were participants of this great oc Mrs. Truman Thomas of Law Tennessee and possibly all tional Bureau. United States Forestry Service will\

1Ir pure In heart: for they shall see the path of obedience to casion and the visitors repeatedly tey, has moved in our section. We of the southern states, while a survey Young Simmons chose the schol- supervise all his activities, and he

I God." Matt. 5:8.: the end Jesus died for his ene- expressed their appreciation of all welcome her here. made by Dr. Brooks of straw arship In preferenc to a trip to will be responsible to the servicefor

Lesson Text: Matt. 6:3-8: 17- mies. this wonderful treat In a service Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds of berry nurseries around Salisbury, New Orleans and by boat from hiss. duties. This work will no

'. 20, 4348. Today's lesson closes with, "Ye for the cause of Christ. Graham spent Friday here with Md., during August showed that there to Tampa with crop cham- doubt prove very interesting to

Place: A hill some seven miles therefore shall be perfect." Two escaped convicts from Rai- their parents Mr. and Mrs J. B. the disease was not present in this pions from other Southern states, most any person who likes an occupation -
I southwest from Capernaum.Our ford, who escaped Jan. 18th, were Thomas.Mr. which is given by the nitrate bu of an outdoor nature. "

Ir lesson is taken from the caught and captured by the bloodhounds and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and area.The only means of: control of reau. Paul entered the University Mr. Malpas or "Joe" has many

I "Sermon on the Mount," sometimes F1IIST" CIIIUHTI.VN CHl'KCII from Ralford prison farm son H. E. Thomas of Jacksonville, crimps is to set disease free plantson of,, Florida College of Agricultureas friends who will wish him luck

';} called "the Teaching on the and sheriff in a swamp near here and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds, disease free soil. This means a freshman last September, and in his new capacity. Lake City I

JH11." or "The Gospel of the Kingdom Next Sunday-Bible school and last Sunday afternoon.C. all attended to business in Gaines that the grower should secure his will use his scholarship money to Reporter.
communion services, 10 o'clock. A. Birt and family were visiting -
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"The Sermon on the !Mount does Preaching at 11 o'clock, by Eld. In Alachua county last Sun-

not show the way into the king- )Ernest Thornquest. All Invited.I'UKSHYTKIUAN day.
Mrs Josephine Sullivan
dom of God nor does It clearly reveal waa
the guest of Mrs. W. E. Middletonof .
the power by which men are :
'Ir b r to be enabled to reach[ the Ideal Starke, this week.
0 Miss Luella Priest of V&
life It describe! There In In it no Starke
Y, : Services Sunday, January 26lh
.. these
spent the week-end with Miss M.
reference to the atonement or to U'I follows:

the Holy Spirit. It gives a spiritual 10 u. m. Sunday school, J. M. H. Rev.Wynn.Taylor filled his regular ..fcalnrcst

new-covenunt\ interpretalun to Truby, supt.
the law under file old covenant." applntment as pastor of the Baptist -
11 a, m. Morning worship, Hev.
church, Graham, last Sunday.
Another writer of this Ser-
says J. T. Garertt a returned missionary I
Misses Madge and Haze] Middle- 1"ill' t
from China will preach.
"It \ia the moral law of the king- ton of Starke. were business visl- :r
<6:30< : p. m. Christian! Endeavor. tle
dom of Christ, or In other words Topic What is Your Church Planning tors here lust Monday. : fgeNiUlfliJtieoafli1l lJ2t2W,
Rev. Dlxon of
it in t the New Testament
', occupies this! Year? Leader, Elizabeth' '
r $, the place which In the Old Testament Kendrick (or of the First Christian church, '

is occupied by the Ten Com preached two interesting sermons
7:30: p. m. Evening worship,
last Sunday.
4 A of the la thus described gospel song and utrmon. Rev. Norris will preach at the __
part sermon Prayer meeting Wednesday eve
"The fifth! treats Baptist church next Sunday mornIng -
ning at 7:30.: DEWThe .
of the character which the king!! ----- and evening. six
wishes the members to possess; of *- .

the Influence of the members upon TRAiN hCHKbCLK ........................
the world; gives an ]Interpretation .
a .a.v of the law; (declares the work Our new schedule goes Into effect :; GRAHAM :

''a of righteousness; and gives a tent 12:01: a. m. Sunday Dec. 15th i. .
of true dlsclptnHhlp." mil trains will run as follows.No. I............ ........... sensational value of the Greatest Chevrolet in

" Just before the beginning of our 1. southbound: local due A crowd of Graham young folks HYDRAt'LIO SHOCKA.ISORIU.KS Chevrolet
rtl lesson Matthew says "And seeing Starke, 10:14: p. m. I'were Waldo visitors Sunday. History is based on definite points of WEATIIFR-PROOP

the multitudes he went up Into a No. 11, southbound local, due Mrs Roy Roberts and daughter Four 1ro-I.ovi.oy.hoik HhHorher| ., hy.druullc supnriority-whfc11 check BRAKES
d you easily for Pully-enrlnncil' Internalipundlnil.
.j, mountain; and( when he was net Starke 11:13: 11, m. Eliza: were visitors at the home of on all modal, ,, eliminate your- weatherproof --

his disciples come unto him: and No.3. southbound limited, Miami their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. comfort.BOIIORSFPOWER ruin) nhnckl. anj liicTUUsv self. From I.improved 50-J 10rSepO\ycr six-cylinder !!.. brake hrukcn action BKnure at"poiil-all

be opened his mouth and taught due Starke, 0:39: a. m. Roberts Sunday. tlmoii.CASPr.
them." No. 107, Hsouthbound 1 limited( Miss Leola Fogg, a schoolteacher engine, to its beautiful new bodies

" '" ', He wan touching mid tralnln.1! Tampa and St. Petersburg, due of Lawtey spent the week by Fisher-it sets a new standard of quality fer
,i ,';{ Ills own disciples In their: 1tILS; Starke 1:0: !) p. m. end here with her parents Mr.and .
:'". \ :. 'and work as Ills followers. No. 2, northbound local due Mrs. Chesley Fogg/ the low-price field. ,

"tiIt 4 "moused urn the poor) in spirit; Starke, 4:50: a. m. Mr.\ A. G. Brown and family MO 1'OR IVB CMCK
#' for theirs Is the A great air. <'>'lIn...>r mo ON DASHTha
kingdom of heuv- No. 12, northbound, local due wore Starke vllltors'ednel.4lay.. A few
tit en." "The poor' In spirit"! are those Starke, 3:55: p. m. Mr. Hubert Varnes\ and Victor tn..lnc..ho I Rive imutother Ml-linnepower of Chevrolet's C"ra-va J 1I;! features are listed, ..orrl."ewlI..u"lnll"f Instrument pnnrt

r" who realize their!! own slnfulneH No.4. northbound limited, due Lamb of :Starke:! were visitors here grader qulrtvr power.opi-ratlon, with on this page. Check them over carefully. Then cl dingaanuli .. *--In-
and helplessness, and feel their Stiirke 7:12: p. m. Tuesday. ftauila.
k, F pi ritual poverty. No. 108, northbound limited Mr. and lira. A. A. Armslead come in and "drive this car. Learn what thess new t

f "lilessed aro they that mourn: duo Starke 1 5:45> : p. m. and son Marion and a friend of features in 1
for they shall be comforted." Tills No. 192 northbound limited ialnesvllle, were visitant at the mean terms of finer performancc-

word "mourn" appears to mean Washington and Iteyoiid 6 : 14 n. I home of L. C. Smith and family BRONzE( <;IIrD: greater comfort greater handling ease-and
Burrow for sins, not for Ions cf m. Sunday.Mr. J'IS'IU-:

r rI I'f S worldly good! or friend. Stiirko X tVnnncc Lcmnle Rollins. and a friend: Theetmngerlighterrle-inn. are bunhvtl with increased. safety. I t will take you only a fevvminutes NONCLAREWINDSHIELD

"Blessed( are the meek: for No. 101, leaven Sturke 7:00: a, were visitors here Sunday from nlfHt-ttrtt !hronz. to to find The new Flshvr body
they shall inherit the provide iimoolhrr operation out why this car is! winning more n"n-glur. wlndahlvld
earth. Even In., No. 102 arrives!!! Starke 2:40: p, Waldo. unil I"ngrrlife. praise drtlucli the ftliire of
d Jesus'' disciples could scarcely act !' m. dally except Sundays. Mrs. Chesley Fogg! and children than 1 any Chevrolet 1 we J have ever shown. A finer approaching bo..dIlAhu. ,
t cept thU statement. "Meek" Is la- '
T. J. 01'11111Agent.. were visitors to Starke Friday. I
fined na "Gentle and long suffering Mr. and Mrs Ed Parrlsh entertained Six in every way-yet it sells-

I peaceable, submissive' come Illue Bun Line n few friends Wednesday(

plaint" Meekness Includes patience Northbound-8:59 a. m., 1:68: night at their home with a chic NEW IroT-,rirr

gentleness. p. m., 4:30: p. m., 8.28 p. in., 5:10a. : ken supper In honor of their MANIFOLD 1 at
"messed are they which do hunger m. daughter, Pearl. A Inrstrr hnt-pot mmnl- extrem&lylow BALLOON LARCFR TIRES

j and thirst utter righteousness; Southbound-9:37 a. m., 11:37a. : Mr. L. C. Smith )F. T. .Abernathyand fold'r..b.lI..n limurv of New, lartrr.. fullhallnnntlree

1 for they shall be filled." That is, m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. nt.,11:50p. : ( W. T. McKver were visitorsIn Improvlnit.nil "cOUIvncy.STRONGFR, p...rlornwnc. prices Improve with smaller roadahtllty wheel,

their hunger shall be quenched asa . in. Starke'ellnelllay.. contort and app.areuc..
f; hearty meal ends _... -.
our hunger torI I We regret very much to learn

physical and spiritual food. Our physical! mental ..............**..**.... that one of the oldest families, The Roadster _?________________________ $J93
I'' conditions depend Mrs\ D. J. Byrd and sons are leav- I .
I t largely on our ili-xlres, and on : HAMPTON : ing here to make their home in
RF.AR The Sport Roaster ________ $525
what we want but in desiring and .. .Ada Nlmmo. Cor. ,.. Tampa. AXLE\! _____________
obtaining, hilt is best for us Rev. Taylor of Hampton[ held Lergreand.rrnngrrrrar TWO-DEAM
"Jesus came Into the world to I..........w.4'.......... axle ilournttttlM of 1lifln The Phaeton-------:..-______.-._*-_,____ $195The HEADLAMPSTwobeam
his .
F* regular appointment here at .*t nickel Mi l-4cl l headlamp. .
waken In men's hearts u sense! Mrs C. K. Teutcn and daughter, the Baptist church with a good pr.aUytoJur.blilryand Coach ; '. hy a foot hut-
ion* lit.. _U. .. ____ $565The ; without. courfeny,
true need. I of Palatka, are the guests of Mrs attendance Sunday.Mrs. ------------------ dimming tb.Uah. .

"Blessed are the merciful; for Touten's parents Mr. and Mrs J. James Reynolds and family ...
p4ff they shall obtain merry" So the Pursley.Mrs. have moved from their former Coupe -_______...:_________-.:______-__ $565

petition in the "Lord's Prayer," P. U. Hunt, Mrs B. Browu home to the home of Mrs. D. J.
Y 'Forgive us our debts as we for Mrs M. V. Miller and Mrs. J. C. Byrd who are milking their homeIn NEW ACCELERATION The Sport Coupe ___________:-___:..___1___ $625

give our debtors." Peloubet says Kckloy: attended the District Conference Tampa. PUMP The Cue d
"Thus divine and human . an ---------------_____:..___ $625
mercy of the Methodist church Miss Novella King was a visitor A new automatic ..1. . AIWSTABLEDKI '
1 mercifulness are linked together.But South. which convened with the here Sunday era lh.'inn,Hafthlntt pump accelerationwhk provide. The Sedan >ER'S SEAT
the mime la true In our relations First Methodist church. South, In The Christian church Sunday .h modern trams --r------------,-------------- $675All' I .
... adjuMahle driver' *eaca
'4. with our fellowmen\ we Gainesville; January 15 and 16th school which held Its regular meeting n.c Igtn. turn of the reflulatoff
receive what we give." We find Mrs T. J. Thomas and children' I Sunday afternoon and the B. prcf0. b,factory Flint. Michigan give the proper position.TorodeRitch .

what we prepare ourselves to re- Herbert and I.ort'ne. of ValdostnOn. , Y. P. U. held their regular: services

ceive.' \ ., are the guests of Mrs. Thorn Sunday night Both with good at. A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR "
"Blessed are the pure In heart: an' parents Mr. and Mrs. O. tendance.Mr .

M for they shall see God." Seeing ]Hay lies and her slater, Mrs. R. MTuver. and :Mrs. W. T. MeEver, Mr.
God Is being I admitted to the spir. : and Mrs. Ernie Yarborough and!

itual but real presence of the Lord.It The teachers of the Hampton children and Mr. W McEver were Chevrolet Co.

Is to be one of his household, public school and officers of the P. visitors at the home of L. C. Smith
rt A hundred of this family. "Purity T. A., served u chicken supper at Sunday afternoon. .

of heart" is the password that admits the city hall lust Thursday evening The home demonstration agent,
4.i one to the presence of the Jan. 16th.
:Miss Jordan, visited the Graham
Lord. The menu of which consisted of school Friday and a cooking and
k "niesesd are the peacemakers: chicken pilau sliced ham, buttered! sewing lesson was given in which StarkeSMOOTHER Florida

for they" shall be called the suns rolls. pie and hot coffee. the pupils have taken a great interest -
kI of God. Peace, blessed! peace that Supper was served to eight-six .

knits together our nobler thoughts friends and patrons of the school.! Mrs. C. D. Roberts was a busi "
and weeps when strife and conflict A nice sum of $41.05 was realized. nt'S8'llIltor In Starke Saturday.

tft triumph. Jesus was the great which will be added to the general Miss Novella King of Hampton 'A

messenger and exemplar of peace, fund of the P. T. A. and used for I had the pleasure of entertaining FASTER BETTER SIX

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-.. .. -.-.-.- - - - - - program. Computing an average bell twice. In wherein Commercial' Credit Com

pony of Florida, a Corporation, In,
attendance, the cost of instructingeach "
plaintiff' and Floyd Oreeii Is defend : on.-
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs student was $70.72. Aggre- B. H. S. JOURNAL Guy: "What are you doing: with ant. I have levied upon and willo"r 1k' "' "
/ for ale and Dell to the
that mngnlfytng! glass; ? highest:
gate salaries paid to the white men bidder for cash at the south door of I
Cornelius: "Trying to make this 'the court hotme of Bradford county. Ij
and women teachers of Florida INRttftPtl'KII "HT1KPlltiirliiChlef dime look like a dollar" !'IorldlD" Monday February 3rd. j ,
Ill JO, between the hoiira of eleven
amount to 9069465.92, while .. .. __ ._ TAt'l. KMOI1THMlstHiit ; n. m. ant Two o'clork' p. m. the fol
"' ]Hdltol'H. _____ FEARUE MA.NNINO.; EVA MAWOTTK Miriam "You lowing deHcrlbrd real properly Mltuatfd Si'r
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r LLIVE STATE NEWSTOLD the balance of the total $987,683.22 .- Joke LMItor:: -_ ._________ I.l-JAII:: STHtlTH are mire a peach and t)..ln g In Ilradford county. ,
went to the 2,263 teachers Sport Kdltor ___ ____.___ ____ L.1.KTI:n PHIi'M 1I01l1Nt negro Mentor Reporter _UH _. .. .._ . LKNA: HKI.t.lO: HIIIM'AHD" : be my mother and father fet Three and South 9 feet. of Lot
Junior Reporter . ______ _-_--_____.__-- Ao.oNII1IAN! I'\IU'N 1 were 4 of Block 14 of LIvingston and 2Lt1 J.
Sophomore Reporter. -_ __________ ._ .____ __ HUM: $'I'I':I NItIs1t } pulf." 'rrll by'.. addition, to the town of .
Freshman Reporter _u_ MA -'Y JIuoNVNLIilJ .+-- --- Htarko, Florida "1r
Jacksonville Tom Holland Soeclal lteuorters ?- _. CSTI2LL.K KKNK.tICK: 1IAI.I.110 JUNi.S A crtlfl COPy of the judgmentupon . ,o.
BY OUR EXCHANGES Faculty Supervisor __u_ ___ __ MISS: FL.ORUNCU AIATTIIKWH HOVOIC lUlU) which' the above execution wan S7.IC

accused of the murder of Joe Hey- r._............... ,.." ,.." ,..,, =. =. ..=...=..=..=. ======. == ,..,,.,,................ .Issued. him. been recorded In Clerk of w.- "'.a. '. .
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former sheriff :al:;>= f the Circuit Court record of foreign' '\
_ ._ ______ ______ _._._0__ wood deputy was I
u A &: I n section 1st grade Grace judgment; of Bradford" County. Florida Z3.0I ,.:
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acquitted here late today by a juryIn An excellent talk on "Courtesy'by Friday night. She Is said to havea and said property will ba coal, r: 1.4t :

Fort Lauderdale The Pompano license tag Inspectors will be "lenlent" circuit court which deliberated O. M. Intnnn, local businessman "cnl h" ou Emil: Junnlngs.Mr. Green ]\IlIdr WIllluniH., Irene HH. the .property. of nald. defendant. f'IU . "

: race track will close Indefinitely with motorists for a while, only 25 minutes. Heywood, who was enjoyed by I{. It. S. students Goodge, Alice Pt"tE'r8on.Iarll'oret] vxeiutlon.Klo.vtl Orecn' III natlafactloa of said ;

after the final race on today's Acting Commissioned Walter S. was active In prohibition law en attending assembly exerciseslast John Henry Hemingwayleft Pearco, Juanltu McOnuley, Melvin \V. J. KPPKRSOX: !

McLln announced today; Mr. Mc- forcement was shot to death last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. In- Tuursd.iy'for North Carolina. Wiggins Wlntora Stunner Mrs 'Ida Sheriff( of Bradford County Flor
C, L Brown, president
program, Lln made public a telegram sentto JVprll' as he and a young woman man spoke of tile Importance of H. C. nitch. ten<'her. !I'{:. \T JOHNS ,I \

of the East Coast Jockey Club Rev. A, C. Shuler, Jackson- companion sat In his automobileat courtesy In the business world and Miss Hazel Adkins had as her, Low first; Eloise Hayes Frnn- Attoriu-y for rialntlff. 1-S-Ct-l-Sl. :;

announced this morning. It has vlllq minister, In which the acting a grade crossing waiting for a In every day life, and nave as examples guest Mr. Paul Moore of Luwtey I CPK Oevrstreet, rtuth Wyniaii. 1'1:'I'II'IO'\i KOIl X4 IIOOI. IM.KCTIOV: : '

not been decided whether a second commissioners said inspectors of train to pass. The assassin rode several of the greatest Sunday evening, Gladys Johnson, Harold Itlshop, Ii.n "

meeting will be held after the his department are being Instructed up beside Heywood's car and fired statesmen and politicians\ of our Katherine( Rtu fiord. Miss Olive \Vp. the tindnrHltrned taxpayers. of '' _. 11.5.11 '

Miami racing season at the Illa- when finding the Miss Eloise Hitch Kay. teacher. Woiicltiiwn. ub-' persons! without a charge from a shotgun Into country. entertained 8 of Krnitrord county will '\. 1H.J5. "
leah track, he added. tags for the next few days to take ex-deputy's head fleeing before' Mr. Pee-Wee Durdeu I Sunday: eve Low first: L. R. Mosley. Miss our |, -tltlon. to t the Hoard. of I'unllo .... 19...t .
them to tag/ agencies to obtain' being; recognized. Holland, who \Vo are sure our readers will ning. 3IiHello: Fore, teacher. Instruction n, FixM'tnl, of meeting Hradford. Monday County,, Jan.l-'ln.St I'..1 tM.: '

Lakeland It happened! again: licenses "If they are willing", and had been identified as connectedwith wel'ometlllll! Leila Ilea Andrews! r_ Second grade: Juanlta Hiirefont, 27 19u: >, Ht t .i clack to ask for an '..U...

A winter visitor, whose name was to make no arrests "where they the liquor business here, was weekly feature "Society Scraps" In !Mr. Paul Knight was. conrlln Dorothy Crews, Vl'raIal1l1lnlt.! "Woiiillawn""'II"n to determine Hiitt.Sihool\ whether Ulxtrlct or No.not 8 JL- lass'. .

not learned, desired to mall a let- show any inclination to comply Indicted principally upon testimony our school new!!! Miss AndrewsIs Miss Annie Mae Pearce Sunday Kratiklt. Hitch. Iva Sapp Allle shall coimKlldnte. with District. 0.Id -_ 11.Mr Y .
She little red box on Mae\ Shade Margaret Lowry M.' V. tn iinil IK, to elect three trunteesand r- .1 l'
saw a with the
ter. ]law. of Frances !McGhln, Hey- n new edition to our newspaper night. .1.(0",1.l the inlllaire to ho assessed -
a post at the corner of Muln and wood's companion when he was stuff. Johns Jesslia Hicks Emmett: Per- uric met the. coiiHolldated dtH-, ...;

Kentucky: with a sign "pull down." Archer A serious accident occurred shot. She said he was the driverof 4- Mr. Milton Ilrownlee Jf. visited rjinan' Jack Halle. Ralph IthoiUs.Mlsn (rich J. :A, Xtirninn.S. , lUl 'uI

She did, so, and a few moments 011 highway No. 13 at the the death car. The defense, In next week's issue of I the Jour Miss Lena Belle Shepard:; Friday : Ethel: I nrlllln, toucher. !K Thompson., I

]later there were panting tire engInes Atlantic Coast Line Railway crossIng however, presented witnesses to nal, the honor roll will be continued night. Miss' Shepard Is absent Third grade, ', : Melvln (JrllHu. Tom 1 If 1V.,.. .llfiim-tt.''Hlnillnir!. j Ij '

and searching firemen.! She / at Archer on last Friday morn- prove an alibi for Holland several from the sixth grade throughthe fl'ollR)1001) on account of them Mersereuu, ( 111'1 Kdwards: InmanJruen "'. 1C Norman. Y ry
I ( H they Btrlcklnnd, N. T. J.F.. Not'man. !/ "4 7r I
apologized. Ing, when a Chevrolet coupe was testifying that he was In another twelfth. urn PH.Mis"' c. tj. (",...1"r. i I
driven into a freight train aUout part of the city at the time of the Rllch, Kate) Andrews Mary Hnr- J. M. UoMlvf.. I

Ft. Lauderdale] Four commissIoners 1:30: ( a. m. The two occupants of shooting. \\ IIIK1\\'IMS '1'IOl'N'HS.T..A.: .* Thelma Andrea was joy ,rtet.Hishup, Lilly :Mae Clark, Net ___ 12-27-5t-t-24. .

of the city of Hollywoodwere the car who were cltUens. of Ll'esburg' ------"' 1'1011111wltlJ: Mr. !Monk Dlnklns] tic ]Dowllng, Mury! Jane Judd, ]Oosliln O'I'U'I': '10ri'itit: i

served today with warrants were badly cut bbroken Celebrate Half The girls hiuketball qulntett Saturday night, and was visiting Smith Louise Sullivan! Miss ,__ 3115

charging malpractice In office. The glass ; they were given aid by Dr. of It. H. S. registered Us soroml frlcniM In Law toy Wednesday afternoon Muilgn 1\I111\ <111>lon, teacher.\ In Pin-nit Court Twenty-Sixth Ju. j__ .I.U' ,
warrants were based on Indictments 11 Fourth grade : Edna I Pearce.Krancttsi iMi-lnl circuit. ilriKlfurU County, "
M. Bishop ami later taken to __ n.n
the St. Josephs\ Acud- .. .
victory over 11"1'101" I. t'Iianeery" ,
returned by the Broward Century ] I Lee Peek, I Irene Prescott, '
hospital In Gainesville l by the emy of St. Augustine on Friday Tho 1'nwrll "Smith Company, __ t1.U
Until lain: Priest Doris. Strlck- A ...
county grand Jury. The indictments Thomas inrpitriitton.Complainant
Company ambulance The
of 28-14. The nor TIPSDorn :
)night by score* .
charged the commissioners! body of the coupe was damaged Life Last FridayFriday Whirlwinds had an easy time In laud, Lillian Stump! \ ,1 Wilier Mae vs.u : __ T.'.MIti + .
of Thornton, CIII'nlv, Grade ('. Sweet ft al.Itrrendnnls.. I
illegal charge
voted to an
pay beyond This Is the
repair. second "How US
scoring over their opponents. The : would you feel' If i-- .r
$667 against the city. Mayor H. accident at this same point within ] Jan. 10th marked the second team was put In and the I were to throw this bottle of Ink Mabel Pltzer Hohert (Green, L. O. It nppciirlnit.. ly Hltliliivlt uppentltn '
H. Pringle was exempted from any the last month. Jones/ : Jr., Hilly IonVoolruw/ tn the hill to foreclose. mortirair**'
at 1"Blulse IUt'
fiftieth milestone In the marriedlife opponents! did most of their Scoring you ''In the above KtyliMl Gauss, that thedefendant
Wood 111'I1. IIIrM.V.. H. Hart.U'ncher. ..ul:
indictment .
criticism. A fifth having : "Sorter blue, I reckon" llutiih A. Sweat In a'resident l- .t.
then. The team though -
of Mr. and Mrs Joseph ,
e charged 1. E. Feuner, auditor- Tallahassee The state roaddepartment nf a.n other. Mtatn 1 ttiiiu the state 't'
and the day was happily observed no practice" all week flashed Fifth gradeOla Mae\ Andrews of L""I"rhln: Thnt! the HililrvHH In un-
clerk of Hollywood, with Illegally today adopted a reso- their friends of great form. The goal shooting Paul: ".V lint do you think of : Itnnuu tn iitllntit.., : Ttuit altlnnt hems .'. $
speculating In municipal script! of lution giving In its by many : Kntlo Fugul, Iii h"1.t" hoe Ford Ilnxel niiKl' llllKfiit. Hiuirih, and inquiry .
preference Annie
; Mae's fit.
dress '
Heights.; At eight!; o'clock Mr. and: power of Andrews and Tompkins Ith.rash ', Mite ]Mersereau iiinl iMinnot.. UNtM.itHlti the I ptnlil ailitreHH. '
the city. 1930 budget to road and bridge Mrs. Dolt arrived at the Woman's was unsurpassed while with Dora Hen : "It! docs make you thlnldoellll'L \, ' ) ; Tlint thtre IM no person In the .-_ 15.11 "("t,_ ,
projects remaining ( 11111'" ItoliliiHon. ICrnm Sloan, Hint' i>( I"trldn. known to nltlnnt or 1.4L. 'f"
uncompletedfrom Club building where about two !Manning buck at guard the opponents It 1"Cornelius Martha Slailn. llt-rlle Mao Wtird.Kllzaheth bus liifiirntiiiilH.. the service of a vutPOPIIII >.
Will Parker Old- .
Madison the 1929 budget The reso- had little chaiue to shoot upon whom would bind the
hundred friends from US\o-
Keystone "
town, truck driver, was killed near lution offered by Commissioner ; I Craig, Don Stllley: Miss. sold defendant; That "he !In overTwetltyene \
: "Doctor I have S
Kendrick n .
Heights and vicinity helped themto themselves. of \ IMS
yours age
Lee last night by an automobile ShaiuU, Gainesville, was adopted celebrate the event In a de- the jumping center, although hurt- dreadful! pain In my stomadi \ teacher It tH ttirHforn ortl..ruit. that the I J'.15 ,t," ,.,
driven by William Sechrlst, and Senators very Levy ItiirtiMfil. Kru: Edwards: sold. after state of West
Wagg canned from
llgthful manner. Mr. S. II. Dodd Ing her ankle early In the game, eating pickled( pig'sfeet Clam Flume McKny Johnson Hhtt IN tiMM'hy, iHfiulreit' I to appear tithe I ,'
occupied by Representative P. S. Palm Reach and Young of Vero through In fine fashion, I think" bill fit. complaint, filed In KiililraiiNH *
Kelly of Duval county and GeorgeC. Beach had protested against what acted as chairman of the, eveningand / came Doctor "In this I Wltlenu McMcGauley.\ Alma Mur- DH or .before Alonilay, IhAThlnl (( ,, rt:
the following program was while Patsy Hrlnson the running : case prescribeoh rheo, PuuUne Newnome Nellie ilay of February t A. 1 1). 1030. -ST.4 I Isar '
Green, all of Jacksonville, according they termed unfair treatment to given; center was as fast as ever. -- yes "Allen's Foot Kuae.: i>IIierwLe: the allciratloim:: ro.t". J ;
to advices reaching here the fourth congressional district Sllcox, Mary Lee Stafford, Clarke lilll will bo taken a* : by 1 : .
Wedding March played by Mrs. (Guard, AdkliiH. Jill Beatrice \ you, ,._ 1/,4ej .'
Moseley. Billy Powell
Ii today. Parker's neck was broken In preparation of yearly budgets. Howard Prayer by Ilev. K. It. Guard, Manning. -- I'rmriliN. for tin "111I1.1"! | l It .In. further, ol'lh'root that thin order 56.., it, '
when Sechrlst Is said to have collided Chairman ; Crockett Sumner, Miss JensloVllllanis tm plllittNheil olic'0 H week for '
and Commissioner
Bentley Mowry Song "Their Golden] Welding Jumping Center. Kendrlck. Kiss| twice before you speak. \ teHclier. four roiiMitriitlv.. weeks. In the Itrait .'iij 1!
with his truck, parked beside Graham voted with Shands, Day written by Mrs. S. II. Running center Itrlnson. All work and no photo-play! foul t'oil"IY TeleKraph, II tie wspuperpuhllshed | 1.13 \. .
the highway while momentarily Commissioner Perkins and Mallle Sixth grade: A. W. Anderson, \ In Hlaike Itriutfurcl Coup.lytl"lrlda 7 .
Dodd Remark by Mr. B. It. Forward, Tompkins. Jack a dull buy. 1.
; "Klalno: Juno Lillian >
Wynn Smith
blinded by lights of an approaching :Martin against the resolution. The Weld; Sol?, Darby and Joan, Mrs. Forward, Andrews. Ten cents at the casino saves Wllneems: the sent I of f thin court, aw ;___ ,
automobile. The Impact board also awarded several road Slornliertf, Marie Stafford:; Robert nlno. lime iianie of I1.( W. Alderman X513'
fifty at the Florida.\ ..
Wm. Pierce; Remarks by Mr. Dun Subs.) : Stump Jacobs, Thomas, McCnln. alley| Mlnnlu Gruber leric, of. said. Court: thin. the a I)til '. '
collision, drove the truck 8.93
of the : :
and bridge contracts.Jacksonville Moore Reading Mrs. Weld Song Hitch ant\ Green Thero'H many u slip 'IwKt the day of Uncemoer A. n. Iliafl. '-
; ; ,
l toarhei.
over Parker who was standing In U.V.. AI.I>IoaUL\N,
rougo and the lip __ '
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Dells of St. Marys choir; Remarks (Soul) Clerk Circuit Court. I-

front of his machine. Definite knowl- by Mr. J. K. Larson; Talk by Mr. TOII.N() .\itor.s: 1I1'o'Io.I.UBy i :( : ;: It's n mighty poor pig that can't MIIIIIII"S: \1.1") l-J-fit-1-31.: 1., ._ n.4.,
edge that an automobile contains make ..: I
a hog. -
Holt; Response by J. I:. Larson, :
Fort Pierce-A carload of peppers liquor Is necessary before customs representing Mayor Walrath who Den SternbetgThe Notion .In hcrrtiy' given t that tinder Tampa, Lighting equipment ._ 11.J4

, 408 crates, shipped from agents or other odlclals can search Si'voile "1)0 and by virtue itf that rertntnixccntlon In bo Installed nt municipal airport
: they ring two bells
wan unable to be present. Presentation n. II. S. Tornadoes ,lasted 'INHIUV, out of tint. I'lrrult
here yesterday brought $2,031 f, the machine and arrest the driver\ of purse\ of gold to Mr. dofeate for the second consecutivetime for each class?" Court 281h Judlclnl I Circuit of the I giving It lass A rating for night *7a.lf
o. b. this city Fancy grade Judge Lake Jones held !in federal Kstelle; "No Its I" of KlorliM, Ina nol, for t'I"Iou
: they ring the
and, Mrs. Bolt by J. II, LawrenceIn Friday night at the hands of same eel iinlv In tint. rrrtnln cones 'Ihori"- flying. 1914
brought $5.25 a Crate! and choice court here today. Judge Jones i
behalf of their friends. Closing the far superior S. J. A. team by --- -- j
$4.25 and the lot graded approximately directed the release of John Do- .. Ill*
prayer by Mr. George Tlbbltts. the score of 20-5. Though the ""
75 per cent fancy. The mante of St. Augustine charged
Singing of God He With You Till team showed Improvement over
fourth carload of tomatoes was with possession and ".31
transportationof We Meet Again At the close of last week's play\ It 'O\Jdn't! bund
shipped Wednesday and heavy less liquor. Custom agents said Do- :lc
the program Ice cream and cake le such a well practiced team as .
than carlot shipments of English mante was arrested when they received
. was' served. One very Interesting S. J. A. The fact that the 'team America UJj.
:peas squash, strawberries ond'other word that machine of the
event of the evening/ was the pre- had had no practice for the past ....
products are being made. The same make asthat driven by Do- is a
sentation of a hand-carved cane week Is one of the many alibi paying 105
:potatoes just shipped were the mante was moving north with a
to the people of Keystone Heights they can olTE'r.'hlle other teams 'r
first of the season from :Elorlda.J: load of liquor. In his ruling
by Mr. Holt, It Is the work of Mr. have Indoor courts, they can practice ..
The main potato crop will come Judge Jones declared that 1. .
agents: Bolt himself and Is Indeed a workof regardless of weather. condi I
into harvest about February' 15. have not the to search
right a car art, the cane is to be In the custody tions. It seems as though .the Tornadoes record tribute these
Information furnished In tele- to
on a f.J.
of the mayor of the town. have trouble ringing/ goals
Deland--A masked bandit and
call that
phone telegram
a certain a ,
Guests from out of town were Mrs more than anything else If half of ti.1i
an accomplice who watched the make of automobile containsliquor. K
\ Mary Prlestaff, Detroit, Mich, a the tried shots were good the
entrance, robbed the Hank of Or- 14e. '
sinter of !Mr. Bolt, Mrs. Lyn Gale I games would be different stories
ange City here today of approximately -
and, son of Jacksonville a niece of Guard\, Inman. I7Oi,
$7,000.) The pair escap- Tallahassee The December
Mrs. Bolt. Guard Sternberg. two 1
ed. The masked men entered the statement of all state funds shows Center, Moore. great cars 1013 "

cage occupied by Frank Osteen of balance of 6246784.21
according -
!Mr. Virtue P. Jenkins motherof Forward, Jones.Forward 14.11MM
DeLand, while the other employesof to the monthly report\ Issued -
!Mrs. Anna Hall and Mr. Hay Alvarez.
the bank were at lunch, forced in the office of W. V. Knott, btu
Jenkins passed away Saturday, Subs. : Davis and Young
Osteen to open the valut door and state treasurer. Although this Is
t Jan. 11 at 11:30 p. m. at her homeIn U.71
, escaped with the loot. Osteen, $1,500,000) Increase over the November
Keystone Heights. Mrs. Jenk-
said he told the bandit be did not Sal
balance,. most of this. will
ins was in her eighty-sixth
know the combination to a strong be used for state expenses during year 700,000 more
The Junior class met Tuesday
and came to Keystone Heights 18
box In the valut which the ... 81,0
man January and for the quarterly apportionment months ago with her daughter, Jan. 14, In !Mrs, T. T. Long's room.
insisted he open. The teller said of school fund This 14311
Tho meeting was culled to .order
Mrs. Hall, from Washington, Pa. BUICI in t stun
he heard the 'at door.warning l
man ( large increase this month Is due -
She Is survived by six children, by the president George: Inman. no.1M.M
the man in the valut to make primarily to the accumulation of
I After the reading of the minutesof
tint youngest being R. C; Jenkinsof

haste. undistributed gasoline tax fund Lake Geneva, Fla. the last meeting read by operation today t
, which Is under litigation and to '
Services were conducted at the tho secretary, the class discussed .
Miami An outing trip to Co- the fact that have taken ad-
many home by Rev B. It. Weld and Rev plans and costs for the JuniorSenior "
colobo exclusive millionaire's than of the "" 4. '
Cay, vantage of the November four per one r' 'f"
H. D. !Mowry Monday afternoon at Banquet! and the claim dues any
colony south of here neurly cent and the December three
per .
fixed. After discussion of
two o'clock followed by IntermentIn were a
brought Injury to former Governor cent discount on all taxes. The Gainesville cemetery how to raise our share of the fifteen other makes
Al E. Smith of New York, today I gasoline fund t
now amounts to $2- Mrs Austin Bliss of Jacksonville money for the annual the meeting __ ,H.T4
when the boat In which he was 235,813.26. f
Is adjourned. B ....
spending a few days with her -- .
\ riding collided with another craft -. in field ((1' J6?'
parents Dr. and Mrs. Rupert -- BUICK'S .. 0,
Newspapermen and photographersriding Tallahassee The .
state fire Insurance MM'lHTVWIltl'HIiy: $23 000 OOOill-
Mrs Ottle Daunemon of Brooklyn '
In a faster boat than that : fund has earned $332- __. !/
N. Y. -
Is at the Inn for the remainder f
in which the former Democratic 486.28 since it was created in May
( I. C. ALL) Y
of the winter This Is .
presidential nominee was makingthe 1917, according to a statement Issued Mrs. Daunemon's fourth winter at Misses! Dora Manning, Miriam vested by motorists in -.-_ Mii''I

trip, passed the la tier's craftto yesterday by the office of W. Keystone. Jacobs, Messrs. Den Sternl' >erg and U."

get pictures of him Backwash V. Knott state treasurer Under Mr. W. It. Buck and daughter, Glenn McMillan suddenly glOve out t \ 'ilI'v 1.11

from their vessel caused his boat this act and subsequent amend- of gas Sunday night as they were
left last week for a business trip new MARQUETTES ) '{
to swerve sharply and Into the ments the state carries up to north. joy riding through the Iteno dis --- :

path of the other boat as it turn- $100,000 on fire Insurance risks, The bridge given Monday eve- trict. They were returning froma ___ 403,
ed toward the reef. The boats the insurance above this amount the few
ning at the Inn by Mrs. F. M. Wal- business trip' to Kingsley Lake during

(collided damaging each other and being carried In private companies. rath and Mrs. George Skinner for __ u.32:

throwing occupants to the decks. I The principal source of revenue the benefit of the Woman's Club, Miss Lots Denmark of St. Augustine months this has .!t3f

consists of premiums of the Insurance spent the week-end with car .
was a success Inevery way, there ,.. .
Jacksonville Au early outlayof of state properties paid I .t
were eleven tables and sandwiches, Miss Dora Manning. She was to

about $100.000 ia going to be Into the state (lire Insurance fund. cakes and coffee were served. have been the honoree at a slumber been on the market! __ 17.55.

sent here by Yale University for This fund la the owner also of party given by Clara Louise -, "..',

the purpose of settling If possible $217.000 worth of Florida county NOTICE: OF T"\(-II.ItH": KXAMINATIO.V Peek, Saturday night, but was unable .,.43.N

the old question of man's, relationto bonds, the interest from which to attend. _oil 310i .

monkeys--or rather apes. Bids during 1929 amounted to $11,070. -

are to be opened January 20 for more than four times the expense Persons desiring to take the Misses Irflla Dea Andrews, Clara The proof of value is in the buying. America is buying BUICK and MARQUETTEt

awarding of contracts for build- of the fund.Tallahassee. teachers examination will reportat Louise Peek MaBelle Fore, and ,

ings and other equipment for court house In Starke Thursday Dora Manning motored over to You, too, will profit by making BUICK or MARQUETTE your choice.

Yale's anthropoid colony at Orange Readln and Feb. 6. 1930 at 8 o'clock, fur- Gainesville Saturday afternoon to

Park a suburb. Unique In .the wrltln and 'rlthmetlc were taughtto nished with pens Ink and legal get a book on George Washington.

annals of science the undertakingwill 236,776 schoolchildren In Florida cap paper. ... Perhaps I should have followed his

bring Immediate constructionfor last year according to a report I. A. J. GrlfflH, example In writing thIs paragraph. BUICKMARQUETTEREGISTER i

seven buildings. Including a Issued from the office of W, S. l-24-2t. Supt.

laboratory quarters buildings for Cawthon, superintendent of public Miss Estelle Kendrick and twen-

apes hospital, garage, etc. Al- Instruction. A total of 11,359 Many bankers will not loan ty-six others made the trip to St.

ready one building Is being remod- teachers were employed. For the money to a general farmer unless Augustine on the bUll Friday, We
eled for use as the home of the year's) training figuring on the he plans diversification Including guess the twenty-six others were MOTOR COMPANY \\-f i.: .N. '

keeper of the ape colony number of pupils enrolled, each livestock and cover crops. on there, but we didn't hear any- dI '

child coat $53.99. This wa $21 one but Estell. I d1 -

Tallahassee Although today less per pupil than the previous Opening of Highway No. 10 con 1. '1T.. ..i

was the final day fixed by the state year, the report shows, and la necting Carrabelle with Tallahassee Muse June Bullen attended the Starke '- Florida .",II .

motor vehicle department for purchasing probably due to the $8,000.000 expected to be about January musical tragedy, "SJmt of the I f' -t te

1930 motor vehicle tags decrease In the school building I st. Fathers" at the Gaiety Theatre WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT . BUICK WILL BUILD THEM: ;;4 ,


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Mlsaea Elizabeth Caughey. Gertrude ceived many useful and beautiful Miss Willie Mae Hlnson Is I ... ... groom aw follows:

I I I II Rouser Arneeta Ogden and gifts. At a late hour lemondadeand teaching the fifth and sixth gradesat LAWTEY{ "The groom Is a popular young

I ('()('ST1' AGENT: XOTKH: I II II Helen Ogden. cake wan served by the bride's Hampton public school this bum who hasn't done a lick of i
'. f OC'le'r I I IfoIIM'C.I..II..t The dance at the club house FrI- mother, Mrs. J. P. Padgett. week as a substitute In place of ......................... work since! he got shipped In the

day night was well attended and The T. C. U. boys went to Lake Miss Nancy Baker who Is 111. We :MACK! .WcHIOIIT middle of hU junior year at college -

,' good music was furnished by Butler and, played a very InterestIng all wish her a speedy recovery. He manages to dress well
of the Agronomy Uncle and
J. D. Warner )Mac McRIght an aged
Hampton Beach orchestra.Mr. game of basketball. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Bnd'son and keeps a supply of spending
Florida Experiment -
l Division from the respected old colored man passed
I: :5111. AM :MHS. I.1. :\IOS- elation at Gainesville spent i J. J. Houser of the Variety Mra. Ed Prevatt and baby of Othma. were visiting Mr. and away at hs! home Tuesday after money, because his do4 is a soft iI
home of visiting Mrs. W. II. Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Sunday night. hearted old fool who takes hit,
TK1TH: F.N'rF: ;lt'r.IN a day with the county agent last Store who( lit 111 at the Starke were noon. Uncle Mac claimed to be up

.- week In the Interest of winter legumes : his sister. !Mrs. C. 11. Clark, Is reported Hall Monday afternoon. Mr. D. J. Phillips and Mr. M. the first colored man raising bad checks instead of letting him,

I Last Thursday night at the club for Boll Improvement.J. some better. Miss Owelda Hall spent Sunday W. Lee were visitors ty Hampton strawberries In Bradford county go to Jail where he belongs.

1 house, Mr ,and Mrs. I). A. Mon Panels Cooper, agriculturaleditor Mr. and Gidley of New York with her u'lster-ln-luw Mrs. W. H. and Starke Monday. lIe has carried the mall from the "The bride is a fast, klnin/ \ till,

t t' } tleth entertained at bridge honoring from t the Experiment Sta- state who have spent several wIn- ]Hall[ Misses Alma Lee, Thelma Sullivan postofnce to the trains for ten little idiot about 35 years old 1.

Mrs. J. W. Klncald: of Cutles- tion recently visited with the coun- ters In Keystone are at the. Inn Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dickinsonand Hazel Phillips and Mr. Arthur years. Ills place will be filled by who has been kissed! and handled I

burg, Ky., Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of ty agent In Bradford county. again thin year. children and Miss Mildred Milliken were visitors to Hampton A, C. Ford. .. by every boy in town niuci.

S Tampa, Mrs. W. P. Kendall of K. M. Nix, agricultural; agent for Senator and Mrs. Frank !Miller, Phillips were In Grandin Sunday.. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Uncle Mac loved all the little she was twelve years old. Shi ,

Tampa and Mrs. Phil Maguire of the Seaboard Railroad .spent Tues their daughter Virginia Jane Mrs. Mr. L. Zeigler of Gainesville, and Mrs. Tyre and her sis- children and be will be missed paints like a Sioux Indian sucks

Orlando. day with County Agent Rlcken- Miller's father, Mr. Gravel, Mr. spent Sunday with his parents, ter, Miss Annie Bowers of Gainesville from his favorite seat under the cigarettes In secret and drinks

;' The reception room of the club baker, visiting principally In the Miller's mother and sister Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. were visiting friends! here oak in front of the postofflce. mean corn liquor when she In! out "

; house was decoratedwith narclsBl Brooker section, relative to the Maud Miller are 'Keystone for Mrs. Ruby Gaines spent the Sunday afternoon.Mr. joy rtdlnjt In' her dad's car at

t an(1 the large; auditorium where planting and production of water- the winter.Mr. week-end with her father, Mr G. C. Sullivan, G. M. Bennett night. She doesn't know (now to
The P. T. A. of Lawtey will
the tables were net, was ('entere(1with melons for the coming season Lord of Meadvllle Pa., has M. Bennett. and J. P. Dickinson went to tertain the Bradford en- cook sew or keep house. I

1) a basket of pink carnations Mr. A. P. Spencer, vice-director returned for another winter at Mr. and Mrs. Cecile Moore and Starke Tuesday on business. Teachers Association at the County school "The groom wore a rented din-

i'' After totaling the scores prizes of the division of extension spenta Keystone Heights. little son, Charles, of Bradenton Mrs. A. L. Sullivan was a visitorto ner suit over athletic underwent-
building Jan. 25th.
were presented to Mr. Owen Grit few hours In the county agent's Mrs. Karl McGIll, two children spent last week with his parents, Starke Tuesday. Saturday of imitation silk. His pants were Ii
'I R. R, Thede
'z. fln and Mrs. II. C. hitch holders office last' week and discussed In and Miss Anna Prather of Mead- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsythand Starke was visitor", to held up by pale green suspendersIlls i

of high while consolation prizes general the work being carried yule Pa., are in the Pangborn Misses Teresa and Lucille Ben- Mrs. Cunningham were business Monday number g patent leather shoes
The little class
sewing conducted
f went to Mr. N. D. Walnwrlght and on her in extension. !Mr. Spencer apartments for the winter. nett attended the basketball gameat visitors to Starke Saturday. matched his state of tightness, and

Mrs. W. P. Randall Guest prizes seemed quite well pleased with the Mr. and Mrs. James Reviere of Lake Butler Friday night. Mrs. Ruby McGruder and daughter by Mrs. Chandler met with harmonized nicely with the a.\l.: .

v were given to Mrs. Klncaid, Mrs. Improvement being made in boys Perry are in the Stanley apart- Miss Rhoda Zeigler spent last Betty Jane spent a few days Doris Burney at her home Tuesday grease polish of his hair. In addition l-

': Mire Randall and Mrs. ments. Mr. Hevlere Is with the Thursday in Hampton[ with afternoon The meeting was open to his Jag he carried
Hoppe, club work, which is very outsandIng. i night} visiting Mrs C. O. Manalre In a pocket !
Maguire The enrollment having in engineering division of the state 'Miss June Adkins.Mr. Hampton last week. ed by" prayer after which Interesting knife a bunch of keys a dun

Mrs. Monteith was assisted durIng Howard Moore went to St. reading was'given by for the and his
creased more than 400 per cent highway department. Mr. S. R. Swindell and children ring usual look ot
IY'S' the evening by her mother to basketball with Guilds Marie Thede Quite a bit
over ]lust year. Augustine play Clara and Jlmmle were visitorsto imbecility.
Mrs. J. M.\ Alvarez, and Mrs. J. A. I B. H. S. team. of work was planned by this busy "The bride !
Oul Work ........................ Starke Saturday afternoon. little band of workers for the new wore some kind 01
Mr. A. H. Johns visited Mr. 0. Mrs. Everett Neal and son white thing that left lots of hei,

M Saul.A salad course was nerved to the Quite an increase In interest has I : BROOKER : M. Bennett last week. George of, West' Palm Beach, Is : year. During the social hour refreshments legs sticking out at one end, and
who enjoyed been shown throughout the county Mr. and Mrs-\ M. W. Lee and of angel food cake topped -
following players Miss IVarlo Galnoy son visiting friends and relatives here. her bony upper end sticking out
tt this affair with the honor guests: : In A-ll club work At present I. Edward, were visiting Mr. and I with whipped cream and cher- at the other. t

!, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. Lawtey leads with enrollment hav- ....................... Mrs. J. J."Zelgler Sunday after ries and hot cocoa. Fourteen members "The young people will stake ''i
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mr. Ing.on roll 46 members. At the ........................ were present. their
Mrs. Old Crawford and daughter home with the bride's parents -
recent meeting In Lawtey six new noon.Mr. Mrs\ E. L, Biggs of Starke
and ;
and Mrs. C. A. Knight; Mr. R. M. and
: Dora Mae, of High Springswere son Clyde : SAMPSON CITYCleo : -which means they will
Mrs O. L. rteasley, Mr. and Mrs. members enrolled. < visiting here last Monday. were visiting In Gainesville Sunday visiting In Lawtey Wednesday. sponge on the old man until Indies '
It. C. Wall 1>r. and Mrs. E. L. The Brooker club has IncreasedIts Thomas C, Y. Mayo of Tampa spent the
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enrollment more than 100 percent Messrs. Alph and Emery Hazen, .... .. .. ..... .... ............ I week-end In Lawtey with his fam- and then she will take Iu
Biggs, Mr. and Mrs E. M. Johns who have spent several weeks in James Trlest was a visitor - - - - - - - - washing"

' Mi. and Mrs N. Sternberg, Mr over last year and every member Texas with friends where they to Starke Sunday night. Mi' C. B. Brown who has been ily. The editor adds a postscript sayIng -

and Mrs. P. 12. Canova Mr. and of last year's club Is enrolled visited several different states and Mr. G. M. Bennett and children ill for several days returned to Those attending O. E. S. at that this may be the last Issue

Mm. J, L. Frazee, Mr. and Mrs. again for the present year. Ivan beautiful scenes returned Arthur and Ruth, was visiting In his home from Starke where he Starke Monday night were. Mes- of his paper but his life's amblt1ol1hasbeen t
Hazen bas entered the one bushel many dames W. C. Wooten, Q. A..Anderson II
W. M. Walnwrlght Mr. and Mrs. -
home last Wednesday.Mr. Starke Saturday. has been under the care of the to write up one weddingand
N D. Walnwrlght Mr. and Mrs. R. corn contest at the South Florida and Mrs. G. B. Colson and Mrs. J, S. Jones of Miami, ar- doctor. We' wish him a speedy A. II. Harley, Mary Bennett give the unvarnished truth.
Q J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs T. T. Long Fair at Tampa. and E. E. Burney
Misses Pearl Gatney, Lubedla Pin- rived here Thursday night to visit recovery. After that death could have no
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. hitch, Mr. and Andrew, Rhoden and Hassle Mrs. H. V. Skipper and F B.
holster and Beulah Lewis passed friends and relatives.Mr. Mr. _E. D. Jones returned to sting.:--St. Augustine Tribune
$1 Mrs. T. B. Massey, Mrs 1>. P. Carpenter Ihoden of the New River club also through Graham J last Sunday. John pall and George Neal his work In Wildwood after spend Skipper and baby of Jacksonville, .
t Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek have entered the one bushel contest spent Tuesday with Mr. and .Mrs. .F
I Mr. L. 11, and H. P. Gainey were went to Palm Beach last week and ing a few months at home. Leesburg; -:- Lnvsburg Grass
at the South Florida Fair.
,,.:. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kennedy attending to business in Jackson- were accompanied home by thelalter's Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wynn and E. E. Durney. I Fibre Pulp Company sold, to Serviced -
These exhibits have already
corn T. E. Williams who has been
s, Miss Mabel Weller. Miss Florence ,
ville last Monday. daughter-in-law; and baby. daughter Lassie, were visiting Products Corporation for
., : Matthews, Miss Minnie Oruber, been sent to the Boys' Club Dept training for section foreman has
Mr. Wilson Adklnson of Brook relatives Hampton Sunday.Mr. $50,000.
Misses Lorena Greene and Mol-' :
; Mr. Owen Griffin T)r. W. C. Young; In Tampa by the county agent. secured employment near Waldo F
bree Hodges 1 1 attended the basketball er Is vI81t1ng'hla wife and grandson and Mrs. Hogan Smith Construction of stretch of state,
; Jr. Mr. Eugene Matthews Mr J. New members enrolled in every and has moved his family there.
i f: , game; In St. Augustine last Mr, Wilson Russ. spent lust Thursday in Jacksonville highway; No. 28, Palatka-Lake City
dub In the county last week where t
J. Goulden Mr. Thomas Busch -
Friday night.Mr. Mr. Clyde Mersey and Mr. Ar- Short Route started recently.
Mr. 0. K. Lewis and Mr. J. J. regular meetings were held and 'i-
46 r thur Moorer visited the hitters Sunday School folks!'shavt Groveland
members') Indicate that there are Maurice Brown of Miller :s Eit: \1 EST KIHTOIt: B. & A. Cleanei- F
. ;1.' Truby. yet others who will enroll. was visiting here last Sunday.Mr. parents at Putnam Hall Sunday.Mr. a crowd Sunday morning at u_ Installed better service
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" \ and Mrs. Dickinson of 9:30: o'clock. The
II " .. CJi-nornl Dana Duke and sister. nerviest editor in the whole

;i. l :JIRS. I K.: :M. JOHNSKNTKKTAINH Now Is the time to secure croalarli Gladys, of Lake Butler, were visiting Gainesville visited, relatives here Mr. H. M. Thomas of Jackson- country Is being widely advertised r--- ?
: I
l : here last Sunday. Sunday.Mr. ville and Lucian F. Thomas were because ot a truthful account -
seed to plant this summer yi
t' for soil) improvement. To act now Mr. and Mrs. I.lvln'gaton' Ruse Wilson\ flues spent Tuesdayin attending to business In Cross given of a recent marriage In his Cheap

;, The Afternoon Bridge Club was. means a saving: BO Bee the county art the proud parents of a son, Brooker. City last Thursday and Friday.Messrs. town. After the preliminary announcement Keep the land improved -

'<< delightfully entertained by Mm. agent about It Immediately. From born Jan. 15. Mr. W. II. Hall WUH n business; Joe and Van Williamsof he described the
: E. M. John, Thursday afternoon. visitor to Starke last week. Gainesville spending a few
all Indications( crotalaria l Is one of Mrs. A. B. Crosby and, Ron Glen, are -----
$ Quantities of narcissi and golden are spending some time here as Mr. J. P. Dickinson was a- busl- weeks here with relatives. # Wizen demand comes,
the best legumes for soil Impl'ovemenl. Best Purgative forWt
( glow Ifi vanes and baskets were It is well worth while tory guests of her parents Mr. and nesa visitor to (]Gainesville last Mrs. Agnes; Knowles spent the the price is too high

4 f 1 y tastefully arranged 1 In the living I sunup Mrs. L. Galney. Friday. week-end at her home In Green
a acreage. then all to
'l room where three tables were The use of a good hand duster lIfeR rM, O. J. Mott and Paul Mr. and, Mrs. Jim Keen and children Cove ice move

,. prcnd for play la very economical In the application Stewart: were Visiting friends in of Waldo, attended} the show- Quite crowd enjoyed a birth- less desirable; property :t.
When wWo totaled MfR or for her sister, Mrs.' W. II. Hall at the home of
'). scores tit sulphur on strawberriesand Jacksonville last Saturday night;. day party given so on until you
'1', B, Massey and Mrs C. A. Miss\ Dorothy. Tyson of Lake I Saturday night. LOfts Ie and Ossle Wynn, celebrat- :
iu the application! of all other are out of the 'neigh-
{:' Knight were awarded prizes for' Burt I Insecticide)) The county Butler was visiting here last Sun Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips Mr. ing their eighteenth b'rtluhiy.' Afire pnp'Na

..j'f ;, holding high and second scores agent will be glad to advise and l assist day night. and Mrs. O. J. Phlirpq: Coleman amusements old. time syrup borhood.GJlfaman.

. : fu Honor guests Mrs. J. W. Klncalil l lIl,'. Otis firockmanx of Starke 1 and Elizabeth of Lawtey were candy with peanuts was made.Fort I
l anyone Interested in getting .......,, ,..:!:::::::;.:;.:
i and Mrs C. C. Hoppe were pre- Hitch a machine. was visiting here last Tuesday visiting; Mr. D. J. Phillips and -" ;"! .f.'fr.. !tlN .
'. ; ented glftu dren and Mrs' J. S. Jonos of'hll-l Myers -- LaBelle highwayto
. "Some little bug will get you if Mi. and Mrs. R. M. GaIney and \ "' ,
Tho hostess nerved her ami i 'Ie hardsurfaced.DeWITT Relieves
guests Micas\ | Lolt Galney
you doa't watch out, so come In were transact-i:; --- .
) with'bot tea and sandwiches The and plan with the county agcntjto/ ing business in' Starke last Tues- I the congestion reduces complications Starke, Fla.
players were: !Mrs. C. A. Knight, I day. f;
(fight and subdue 1>lm. hastens recovery. .
; Mrs T. II. Massey Mrs. J. C. Robinson
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Spray and prim the grapes and Mr.[ MacHoufth was attending tobtiM'ness .
!\I I'll. Wymnn, Mrs. O. L. In Starke several days --
peaches while they are yet durmant -
I j Heasley! Mrs. J. W. Ktncnld l. Mrs and remember that the San last week. C. JONES STEAM PRESSING COMPANY}

C. C Hoppe. Mrs. N. Sternlierij, Joso wale can be easily controlledIf Mr. Fred Johnson of Graham, Suits Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped
:Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs O. L.
done at the proper time so get was visiting here last Tuesday.
J. Frank Thoman Phone 52TIIE.PASSION
. Haynes Mrs.Mubul W. M. Wuluwrlght tho spray pump down and give the Me.\ Wilson Bass, of Thereasa HARDWARE FOR HO lIE AND FARM w -
Hid! Miss Weller.
1 peach, trees a dose of Hme-sul- wan attending to business here r
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phuivNow last Tuesday.) I

iiUMWiT AIT\' Is an I Ideal time to begin t-II (111*. :Meets:' FARMING IMPLEMENTS lI : PL.J1r

:. Tho Woman'n- Chub preparations' for tho tare of baby Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock, I Morocco Temple. Mystic Shrine Jacksonville Florida: ,
1'Jr- the
chicks during the spring. Select the 4-I] club girls of Brooker met FARM SUPPLIES preaeifts the fumed Freiberg:! Passion Player in their great
teens of a benefit bridge party
I. y' last nan'lary place for them and In the school auditorium for their tragedy of the Cruclfl1$lon. Duval. County Armory week
Friday night given by tho .
eliminate to a large degree troub- regular monthly meeting. The of February II.
: civics \
committee the
or club. '
lea Hint might otherwise arise. girL curried helr sewing and STARKE FLORIDA
Special TtaIIroad fares-Ask arty agent.
'l' f After several interesting games passenger
; Knrouraga boys and girls to and (cooking and aft.-r the program -
f t";"o. scored! were totaled and prizes for Eight night performances-Matinees. Wednesday and 4
was) flnlHhed they began the
join 4H[ clubs whore they have
I ',((: high scores went to Mr. O. L. liens- Saturday i*
tlioepoi'tunity to equip themselves work. The officers for thus club See the new Bona-Fhonlc Phonograph! and then get I
;{ ley and Mrs. n. S. Carroll. Low with the most recent and economical aro as follows: President, Mildred MOUTH. '1'0 each ,!$:.l MATIXKES; $1 mxl !$! I.SO

: prizes were received by Mr. D. A. I method of Cone; vice-president: Jennnette Send Money Order }Vllh Reservation
\, Monteith and Mrs. W. H. Andrews, > progress. details from the Girls Basketball: Hall Team
Jr. Watch the poultry flock and Kollcy! ; secretary, Mildred Mor-I I WIUTI.SHIOX: iMAY. Moitorro; TKMPMJACK.:: : .

,1'I.t., I The solo of. tickets was under keep the "boarders"\ ", going to market gar; song) leader/ , 'Ozena Groene; I hONVILLK:, I'M>KII.V ,I
No menvborslil1< ) ,committee Inez Lewis -
poultryman can be very
5 f' r the dlrectlotwof Mrs. C. A. Kniglitchairman .
I i -
, and 'jI
ttucco nful if culls are eating up 'rhelma Stokes; finance .
I 1" of the civics committee the profit of tho producers Make ( committee, Vera Galney, Louise .

I r '. and over uUty reservations were them till bo producers or sell them. Surreiicy unit, Mary Sue Molt -/I;I
made for the evening. The funds / !
Plan to Improvo and enlarge the The meeting! / will be held once \\'Iu'1III Tampa I.h't
from this !sale! will no towards improving -
k. I flock for tho coming year-The I every month under the direction: I!
: tile school grounds. nuclillng of the geese once saved of the homo demonstration anont.Mlsn 1 w I ,
r ,,4 je SvyNl (HOTEL HILLSBOROTAMPA'S n, \v. Homo\ the carklnn: of the hen can Pearl Jordan. I aw"IH I
/ I help! Bradford county.Keystone The farmers of thin community ," .

p.J Junior Woodmen- Circle e 'nni looking' forward, to a Good ,
: prospect", for tho coming The LARGEST IIOTEi; .'
'; '1' t ) meet Tuesday night at 7 o'llock I ... ...........+.. 4... !. most of them have year. IiI
) already distributed -
in the Woodmen
)" ) hall fqj the purpose I their fertilizer! for Irishpotatoes I Where You Will Meet Friends and a Welcome
\ : Heights
j t" I of electing\ uttloers! for the, : "
J'; :. t ,i year 1930, also to make arrangements Ml.. lltlvu Oeden. (..... '' an them. Tho ground for the other I

,p:1 f. ;; Your to Junior get the sup charter.<-rv. or kindly ....0..a G............... crops inch as beans, cukes, "melons l- I III

;'. .. ayka each member to be in the I Mrs.!! Austin Bliss gave a spaghetti : squash) etc., Is being;; prepared I II
J 'I hall dinner and bridge Tuesday very quickly to have the'r' "crops' +e
tea minutes! to seven, HO as
Ji t. ,a to begin the meeting on time. evening. at the home of her parents planted before long. Tho toba( : I I

y ? Mr. and Mrs Rupert The co crop this year for this community v

'J'' i '\vooimu\-,: rmri.iMIITIMJ' : : : guest) were Mrs. Klwell ifoblnson. la even greater than the oni ,, -

: 1 Misses Helen Lawrence Gertrude last Y430r. }Most of H\e beds, have I I'I

;I, ,, Starke Grove No. 278 Woodmen Houaer, Elizabeth Caughey: Ar- been planted for. several weeks ,I ::1 tI '

\\.t. Circle will hold its regular session nerti Qgden and Helen Ogden. and we hope the weather will stay I :, I, I ,.. sGfi

p';f; .,:' Thursday evening, Jan. 28th 7:30: On Wednesday evening, Mrs. In a favorable condition for their I, I ; I 'vsl fl y

. ,it... o'clock at the Woodmen hall A Harold Buck entertained informally growth The plants\ will not be I i II'i t

f large attendance Is expected! Visitors for her son, Forest. Bridge large enough: for setting until the I''i I Sincerely to participate in your

A It. are always welcome. and ,dancing made the evening avery month of March and April. I > ifittT'L r "n VSStJ3-! i"T v: ar'

ifbr i j. pleasant one. Salad, sandwiches We. the basketball girls. and : plans and problems; to lend our

served. The guests were !Misses hoping for manly bright and hap I advice and aid; to lake part in

?. The business and program meeting Gertrude Houser, Elizabeth Caug- py games In the coming mout he.

K! of the Girl's Auxiliary was hey, Helen Lawrence, Arneeta and All who Invite us over to play will : any project that will augment the I II Modern Fireproof-RadiosSpacious rooms lobby and-

I held at the home of Mrs W. J. Ep Helen Ogd'nIeRHrK.; Donald hlve11\ ;' pleaaure of seeing: our I lounge.. All departments open all the year. Rates the same

person Monday afternoon with Pa aghorn, Ernest: Lipscomb and games, which we hope and try to I i community's prosperity this is throughout the
y nineteen members present. Forest Buck, I mako us enjoyable as possible year.

?., The devotional and business Miss Helen Lawrence entertained our constant &ai/7/ endeavor. : $2.00 to $6.00 per day

i \ meeting was conducted by the Saturday with a very lovely ........................ I, I
president, Mary( Hrownlee. At this luntheon-brldge in honor of the 0 Official .\.\.\ Hotel-FreeAuto Storage for Guests
;"i time It was voted to donate $5.00 birthday of Miss': Gertrude Hauser. I TIIERESSA : : I 1

J. toward tho co-operative program. Small tables were used and were Miss Rhoda 'TO)> O' TUB TOWN' :NEW
Zrlgler, Cor I Bradford
,t The meeting was then turned very attractive with their bright County '
.1'.. over to Circle No. :2 who had colored luncheon sets.' Miss Law- .............)........... f fi } DINING ROOM CAFETERIA

charge of the program. Its subject rence was assisted by her mother A miscellaneous shower was given Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

$ wan "Building a Better World." !Mr!. J, H. Lawrence and Mrs.[ E, In honor of the newlyweds Mr. i Serving You at TilE HILLEBORO Is a PleasureL.

A. Smith. Those Invl 'd were' and Mrs.\ W. 1(. Hall at their home : Ii
f Fort Pierce Elks: lodge dedicated Mm. Dan Reamer Mrs. Elwell I Saturday night by the Theressa STARKE, FLA. B. SKINNER, President C. J. JACKSON Manager

new lodge quarters recently. Robinson Mrs.[ James Revlere, Christian Union Mrs. Hall re- j- ---===------ II

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h Riverside hospital in Jacksonville ' '
1 panled on the trip by the'r guests, reoolutlonit\ advising that the P T of the Florida golf coursuit these are more lined to tho Rand \
this week greensof
1 Mrs. Alverna Dean of Colorado, A adopt the plan ot the seniors days, We do not know whether Keystone and Green F.'V'Rlf ,
1' and Mrs. O. H. Frlnblu" of Illinois wearing caps and gowns. Due toa It, Is to plav golf or show off his !Springs/ Cove .",
Bits of Mrs W P Randall and little diversity of opinions on the subject new bug and clutm. This match will ,(-
'I SOli. BU.: Jr., have returned\ to P.YSSIOV: IMjAYKRS: TO It wall decided to hold the draw undoubtedly ...-.--..........'
Tampa after a visit here with Mr. .\rrKAK IN J.U'l\so\\ll.lK: resolutions over until a later meet A. I). Tluijer U making them all players a large !gallery EH all these IiI
are very popular In thl I
and Mrs. J. M Alvarez. ing.; In the meantime a ropy of look up out nt Keystone. Lookout part of Florida. The malch will J

local I\I I Announcement by Florida railroads (he resolutions are to be submitted Don Pangborn or you\ will start at 2 p. m, No gullery fen
Mrs. A. M.\ Warren and little I of special reduced rate to to the school board, the school( loose tho club! championship.Starke will be charged anlIII lovers of rI'
Jacksonville during the week of .
truNteen and later the of
daughter. Fay have returned from parents !Rolf are cordially Invited to bopresent.
Concerning Oar People Butinett and Winter Haven where they spent February 9th. when the fumed ,mild seniors. plnyers are adv.tied<< : [ to .'

Progrett of the County and Town. the past mouth with relatives. Freiburg Passoii Players appear Arrangements; were made to turn In all their scores nt the Key- Jttfi J" '
theio under the nunplces of Morocco \ supply milk for another month to Ktonn coursa HO that trey will get K\tnt: '

Rev A :E. Dunham. Mrs. Jennie Temple, Mystic Shrine, has thoxe. children[ who most need it. proper humllcapH[ for 'he tournament Out west nit editor dropped Into :' ,
8-lli brought; a heuvy demand from Mlsn Olive Ituy gave an that IK to be held there ._ 'v
S2S"2. Lelth, Mrs. Isabella Brown and appropriate church for the flm time In many STJS
New Mrs. )<:. L. Browne were \'Isltors in nearby cities for reKprvotlonu for reading from KdKar OiiOHt. Thurmlay( January 30th. year The minister was lit the St."
silk frocks at Stump's. spring shoes
w on display at
the great religious ( .
I Stump's.Mr. Jacksonville last week.Oyst&rsDon't A selection on "A Special Advl er" very heart of the sermon. The editor n.IS ,)
many reserved sent by Anxelo; Palrl, author of "OurChildren" Among the new fates BPPH at1! listened for awhile, (hen ruthed t.U '.' ,
J, II. Moore of Lawtey was tickets have been' sent to out-of- u -.
forget the placeWoman's was read by Mrs. U. A. Keystone who are very much Interentpd to his office. ?, ;
arke Wednesday. and Mrs J'. W. Andrews, Jr., Club. town purchasers, according to W.S. I Weeks as advice on duties of room lit golf are H. J. lJavlll "What are you fellows doing;?
spent Wednesday afternoon in Sweney, chairman of the mothers. Next the parents In uttendnnco and( J. M. Alvarez ot Slnrko. /, How about the news from the seat ,
1fM". L. A, Brown of Drooker was i Jacksonville Professor S. S. Dowling delivered Shrine's'\ Passion Play committee. from each room were of wllr?" .flj

.... b slne s visitor here Monday. 1 an address at Baldwin Sunday, The famous re-enactment of the counted[ and the eighth! grade I, n'III'11llIh'h: lt<'H' 'ii I'ros to ""'hat news''" I

Mr. B. Jacobs returned Wednesday morning In the Interest of the great tragedy ot the Crucifixion whoRe homo room is that of !Mrs.H I I'blJfMl<Nttll<> n"1 "Why, about I the I ICgyptlun army ...
HChildren'a wash suits and from a business: trip to Macon, Methodist Missionary! work.Rev. will be given In the Duval County 1'erktns were found to be represented i being: drow ned In the !led Sea. ThoinlnlHter j .- 11.13
Armory. Bight night performances Next( Sunday, January 2ftlh, will
greases at Stump's.KMr. Ga. I by the largest number of up at the chinch known .- Ill.1ft
and two matinees listed Hve AI Ilryant, nt Palatkn. . .
are parents. Yhejr wen pro 41
R. eldt'r' presented
A. Guy, presiding all about It, and! you have not u tIIal .
C. S. Laird of Brooker was abutlnes's for the week. The matinees will with \paired with Chan Chandler of the 5
a .treasured book presented .
of the Gainesville District and his I word of It In our latest, Kuril la .- ia s'
[ visitor here last week. Senator A. D. Andrews bo Wednesday and Saturday afternoons Ciilnenville Country Club, ngnln :
of Ral- wife were week-end guests of Rev. by Mr. and Mrs\ F A. Scott.Mrs. mound. you fellows, and Ret out u JIto4
ford, was a business visitor here and Mrs. J. T. Guy. at 2 o'clock) and night; performance \V. a. Halle read a selection matching their games with Hilly u u extra "11I clul- Tld-Illts. _- 'tlU.U
Supt. J, S. Blltch of the State Wednesday. will begin at S o'clock. [ railed Hulldlng a Temple, liullwlnkto, pro at Keystone club, --- !- t 4i
Farm in Starke Heading\ the cast ot ( and Jurk 1'uckard, at Qul SISana '\ . 11... .,
was Monday. Freiburg which arf pro
( Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dyal and wan expression of appreciation Arcadia\ !New addition\ to Ar- .. IS i* .
Good Florida Peanut Seed at son, Roy Jr., ot Orlando, were players are members of the (Fassnacht : ( from parents to teach / golf; club at Oreen Cove cadliv General lloHpllal\ completed ..U Jr
f,Every day is bargain day at reasonable prlc J. Fi Klckllter. 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs W. G,' faintly which has portrayed ers. SJrlllgH. at <,OHt. of $1 11,000.
Stump's.l!> \ '24-tf. Halle Sunday. the principal roles for more than ii Tliercv being no further business Thin Is to he a return match .
- a century. the meeting was adjourned until with Ihewe players as they played

I Mrs. E.-L. Browne was a visitor Dr. II B. McLendon of the Mrs. Glen Frlsbie of Chicago, The plnyers devote their entire tho st'c'OIldt'clnt'lId8Y in (Feb at Ircen Cove Springs two weeks Backache .U.U't
to Jacksonville last week. lives to their ago and HO delighted were the
State Farm, was a visitor to Tampa arrived here last week end is the parts receiving ruar)"
them gallery with tho Hint thtailnesvilla If functional! \Hlnddcr. Irritation
this waek. guest of Dr. and Mrs. Ceo. Lowry as family inheritances. The 0IIITII game v -fi
Oysters-Don't torge't the\ date, at the manse. PasHlou! Play has been produced noM-3: OIP,' MVMWell : ( club derided! to try dlxturha your sleep, or mimes

,Jail." Mr, and Mrs, J. F. Thoman and In (Freiburg Germany, since 1264 and get; them to play their return Hurtling or I.lchlng: Sensation,

Woodfln and Jack Halle were in Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Branch ol A. D. and I in regarded as n solemn mutch at their course, Ilullwlnklu llitckuchv, Ieg PaliiM, or muscular
W. H. Hart .of St. Augustine Jacksonville Sunday I' religious devotion. and, Tackard were returned winners lichen, making you feel \tired de-
Jacksonville were guests over the' 85 MB.M
!il" the week-end here. week-end of Mr. and Mrs. W. MWai In fact, HO devoutly do the play- I In tlio lust. m ii tcli by n margin prpHHHd!, and dlHcouraged(I. why not ?

The newly organized sewing nw right.Mrs. era regard their parts that they ot 5 up 11 nd[ four to play, but try the Cystex' 48 Hour' Tent __ u
club met with Miss Harriet Rltch attend a religious service before I Hrynnt and! Chniidler lire I la ho pen' Don't Hive up Oct Cystex today. ._ n.n '

as hostess Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. O. J. Griffin was in Jacksonville eacli presentation of the great of tinning the tiibleH in tho coning Put It to the test Si'o for .yourHelf __
fiENT A spectacle mutch.\ Undoubtedly they will how iiulckly It works mid
this week where she wan __ '.n ,
Joe Hoover visited Dr. and called on account of the death other A chorus of more than 150 liuvo much better rhunce UK thin what It does Money\ back If It f1- '
!,'j'j.:1: Mrs.\ James Chose In Jacksonville brother Levi Dyal. singers la to bo trained In Jack match will be played on Rriinn I diwHii't bring nultk<< Improvement, -- ..., .
, COLUMN this week. sonville In provide the choral feature greens<< which Ilryiint and! I'hand and HiitlHfy yoU comploU-ly. Try ,

!;...... -- -- Mr. -J. B. Perkins of Mt. Airy of the play. An equal( number ler are well UHod to, while thoiI I t'yulex today Only 60c at Cor- :. ...'ua .,
[FOR RENT First and st'condi1Inoor Ladles Victoria Dresses at and Atlanta, Ga., is visiting; hi* ot extras will be drilled for I In II winklePackard, combination 11t'lIhllt'S Orug :Store;; \

apartments J. F. Klck- Stump's, bargains $1.00 each.Mrs. sUter-ln-lnw. Mrs. Bynum PerkInn the Hieneit. Thexe locally trained! 'j'
J llter. l-3tf. in LIl wtey. units are to augment the big company ..---- -- .-. \ r

; : O. L. Deasley, Mrs. A. Z. of players. an no Starke (lolfers- turned __ .
IFOn SALE-Wood, stove and flreplace. Adklns and :Mrs.: J. L. Frazee spent Auto tops, cushions and cushion fin Inige In the pi'oil not Ion that out for the Invitation nolr SUI".n :-- ..
E. M. Thomas, Phone 92. Thursday in Jacksonville covers. M. Lovlton. 2CtCMinn It will be necessary! to enlarge I the : Tournament[ at Ircon Cove Spilngn ;--
11741'FOR armory slag, Mr. Sweney nald. lust week, first and 11"01\11! pilzenweio J I.U ., 1.'
' Mr.\ C. II. Coulter of Tallahassee Laura Black of Philadelphia I '. IiiHteait, I of the conventional cairlod off by :Meudvllle, 1'a. IU,
SALE -. Nice, fat fryers 2 U attending to forestry work I'a, Is visiting her cousin.Mrn. American! method of presenting \players' in the person( of Sab !Mein'nton II.'. ,
pounds and over. Miss E. S. Ty- here this week. J. Frank Thoman. MIHB I tho action on a tttuge' with one ( : ami A. n. Thiiyer. while ";

on. Phone 123-.I: Starke. It* I Black id wintering at Ashevllle, N. level, tlie 1'usnlon Play tunploys\ tlio third prize went to Rev S ;,.\
_. _- ---. I' Mi. T. W. linker was a visitor O. three levels. This nirangpinent Is lljntt of Crc't'fii Cow SpilngH ."'1". ,),' .
iFpll: : RENT .- Furnished apart- here from Lake Geneva Wednes requ'reil\ by the background. which 'I! ,
'jment with private bath. F. A. day Mr.' Lou Shreeve of G1:18\ : I I reproduces the Jerusalem of HlbUol Kirk r.ewln. was heard, to HIIV J ._ IU
'SBcott! Starke Fla. ItfcW I N. J., tins been the guest hOl'CI'j|' days I I Unit If he could Imve gotten off Ji
,, -- -.- Beautiful UoqiH'slH( for ieneriillotm from work he could have easily
I HnrumtiiK!: Bird Hose. friend J. Frank Thoman. Mr. I IShreeve '.
; SEEDS: FOR SPHINttjjplantlnpr All the new spring shades. Do-n't and wife are enruuto to '!11m sent to Captain\ U. ((1 I. Illlchtoik" won that lenther golf bug lilniMrirTho i u 44JB1J

Colo Planters and forget they are> absolutely guar St. Petersburg.We !Moiocio Tomp!... New,nan -- ,
|fertlliz ''r dlutr'butois, also Klv- anteed at Stump's. / ami Moiiroo streets. ..InokHonvllle.Mouey fiunoiis John Mitten was nut i iv 11.",, -.
|",r5' Plows at White's. 1-17-41. --- take care of all special orders orders should accompany at KeyKtone: the other day with _.
o,!: Mrs.\ P. M. Barefoot and little for window shadett, rods and the requests.\ Tickets will be mailed Borne good looking material. u

ST Hlark brood sow lost daughters, spent the week-end in draperies. Any uldth, color and I Immediately, Mr. Swenoy said.I --t- __ S.."
from L. C. Powoll place. Reward Tampa.Col quantity desired. Satisfaction In presenting tlio play> the Auk Hill Turner what ho Is KOIng 'I_-. n..":
for return or information to W.tS I -1- I guara'ntced 1, Stump's Store. Shrine is aiming solely at civic t to do after tho strawberry I I .
Scott U-I and Mm! D. H Knight: were achievement.: The Passion T lluy'', crop) in In. 11.34

in Ja<'ktionvlllo Wednesday af Mrs. George C. White. Mrs. O.W. will bo one of the outstanding feature

'. |>In SALE 5 paHRenger Nash, ternoon.Mr Alderman, !Mrs.\ J. ,.... White.Minn of the winter season In Florida. Dii" Uenmer Keystone's: diumpion f. 41 I.:'IT.
putter\ has arrived from his
{car In running order only $75. ninncha Aldermati, Mrs. OlltiW. \ 104"I.
and Mrs W. Jo'. Hiiinmov\ lionm In tha north nnd tan
Barefoot and White and Olln Jr.,
iChailos Sweiiscin, lioulah Park spent
?:M.lroBe. Fla" It* daughters of SnndeiHOn upont Sun Tuesday In Jacksonville! r. T. .\. lIftHJIoITlXO: : : I ,ln, > boon tin lhi COIIIHO dully H8IG DAYS i_ U.IS ,
1 -- day with relativeu here. I "' ''in.35
,J'OIt-SALE Simpson sugar cane I.. "The Old Ma'd's Club. a comic I The 1'. 'T. A. -I he-Id Us l'Cgulal'// Hum MrQiilHton IH mukliig n tour j, .,/..

" ,01' seed !genuine,: Porto Rico You'll adore the new Gossard ploy will be given by I loYal talent! i j monthly meeting W<)dn xduy ufterI -
we<>t potato Seed. J. M. Truby, Glrdleo and Combination atStump's. tho fourth week In February. Tile 'I noun a w(vk litter than the usual ;

'/: tarke Fla. x 1-1 Ttffl That new frock calls, for cant of characters will appear I latjeif. i Ulino duo to tho lement weulh-l'
new lines. Ve take caro of all ''er' on tlio i'eg u la r day.
t > SAL13, Just received large special oiders.Mr. | At a previous) mooting 11 was (!I" j

phipmont ot bean seed, all va Sirs. A M. Richard, Mr. l\JG\-\ 'elded' to IntersppiHe[ I the !>UHIH| ''IH | .
Sq 11 a'ill. tomatoes, rel>* J. "'. Towns"''nd of Lake Kan HI<-bard. Mrs. D. II. Edwards I with the program and wan tairled''
l">ra. Jirownlee Bros, Stark!! 1- Butler, was a business visitor here and Mi1. Williams Edwards all 0 t out during thin: IUJIISlolI.; 1 1 t

10-tf. Wednesday afternoon Jacksonville, were guasls of Mr. I' The proifMuu opened with n song 11.11
---- - 1 and Mm. E. S. Matthews Sunday, Columbia the Gem] of the Oc'nUII. I,
IIIOn: BLOOD PHESSUIIE may be1"1n'PI'n Oysters! --in all styles St. Mark's 1 followed by a prayor (led by Dr, i: ,
'. JiiKt\ send your ad-: Thursday. JBII 90th.Mir. bunf. Ky., and Mrs' C. C. calle-I tary tailed tho roll and read the (
>1' S C. Stokes, Mohawk, __e' Tampa left Saturday after minutes of the last meeting A '

It* !' and Mrs. J. n. Boring-, Jr., here with their! sister, Mrs O. LMr. I{, reading, Little Blossom by Miss j ,
.-- of Gainesville\ were visiting here, IJNlS >)', |, Haiti Underhill was next enjoyoil. 1 ; 14.11

F n SALfi No. 40 O-E'JIg; Slep- Sunday --- .... -. The treusiire.gave! her re- 11,"
t, rs incubator Always hatched and Mrs. Orln Marshall\! arddaughtfrr I port, followed by n-portH from the! I I .,..

!IO per cent; spotted Poland Mrs W. 1C. Mlddlcton and MlsxesMadga Dorothy, of Flint, Mich.. | finance publicity', hospitality, II''>- i, ( u.,
|]<'hlna gljt, 1000-chlck Sold- and Hue! Mlddleton drove who are on their way to Miami, I l dill, prog l'u in !ami nanllat'oii: iomml i lit
'bart brooder C. Letsch, Starke. to Waverly. Co., Saturday. spent several days of last week ]|I tides. I j u.p
.. l-21-2t -- here with'Mr nrrrt Mrs\) J. H. Loril A prevloUKly appointed) reHolutlou r
j As the ,."
Oyster Ruppf"r-Prlcell r't'l\lIon- oiiimltrue '
-- - presented a set of {
LOST Jan. :9. One Walker: able--cooking tho hd. lIlr//!, Phil Magiilro and little; -- ---I / ,t n. 1
jhiound B.V.. & T with perfect daughter, Su ..I>arby, left Saturday | ..*
4 tan diamond'I his face. When Mr. J. II. Lawrence was a visitor after a visit of several weeks with Power House is to the City 1 t'

;HoHt hud collar -with name and I here from Keystone Heights Tues her- parents; !Mr. and Mrs. A. M, r GAIETY
address, AV'as last seen near da)'. Darby I 1 ; .I.ue

f Hampton Beaca following a car. .,. BANKING IS TO BUSINESS
Howard $10.00. Notify D. II. Mlsa MaBclIe Fore spent the Friends of Jerry Davis. popuUri i THEATRE ; :- t" .
(McMillan, AUchua Florida. 1- week-end with relatives in Wlld- road patrolman of Bradford county

I, 1721It_ .-* .- -_._ 1 Wfld ----- after aro having glad to been see tonfluej him out to again his 1 STARKE.-. : FLA.SATUJtOAY ... : AH each new colowsm: of steel anJ ments of o'ery day, that Is Civ'ilialion. II.,'.

Mrs. O. J. Crlffln and Mlua M. M.Potchett home for . :.-, ,:
> SALE --- Mrs. Cha Swen- a week vutfering! from - ) Ml
concrete IhundcrinK skyward Itanka marble nnd
KOVS . money
son w'll: sell at her home in were in, Jacksonville Sat an attack of influenza.Mr. I 25; t .r- ?'.",

JBeulah Park, Mel rose, Fla., a urday. I : : f. ._
WALLY WALESIn as ships are launched and bridges and men. -To you, a cili/enof our
Stearns _,. J
[limited number of about every Wesley Masses: Lucille
[acre,' used in Giant l Strlngles.*. Tennessee Mitchell Roaallrt'l Jacobs, ;
aory housekeeping (flung acroHi tcemln?* rivers, we community these Men of the Pow 1' U"U
tor connected with it, on any Green Pod, Bountiful Valentine Hazel Klckllter, Alice Fernanda* | "FLYING JJUCKAKOO"Come I ",. _ tI..'

Relay from 2 to 10 p. m. excepting J. F. and Klckllter Ford Hook Bean Seed. and Mrs. William Dobruw were In I, tl.1. : wonder anew at the power that has: er IlouiM' extend the hand of cooperation. .o ._.... II.1""
1 1-24-tf. Jacksonville 1)
Wednesday after :
Sunday to those who are kind \

[enough to call It* Mr. Lewis Shrlver ot Brooker noon. I !y "IIU AngelChild" ; made theae marvel: possible. That -- .,. ':'1.
--- and
)R SALE Missionlary was a business" visitor: here Tues Mru. Herman Kreuite, Paramount : _. .iou,
Improved -
NlwJ power is Hankin::. Like the powerhouse
strawberry plants, Arkan- day. !Marie McAllister and Miss\ Mra'l) I

fsas. grown nursery stock, best - ----- Dyal arrived here Thuuday: n'tfbt : -- - .- :- .:.-.:.. t of the city that provides a .' _.... ....u.
;Mrs.[ Phlla Helerof j
Flint Mich., from Tampa and will tie guests of "
[ money can buy. Florida certiI Thui.-Fri. Jan. :30-31: 1...
I fled. Satisfaction guaranteed. arrived last week for a visit with Mrs. O. J. Grtmn. .
million beacons In the
Don't elsewhere Mr. and IIlr8.J. It. Lord. I CLAIM HOW I gleaminj; '"'
| buy until you '" "
|write for my prepaid prices. I The Third Quarterly Confer-1 in Ii ; night, that moves giant train*, carrieK 17-M
Miss\ .
Lois Denmark of 1C.44,
St. Augustine ence of th Methodist church
[ will
buy second In Oct. 1
runners Sept. ] l .....
(and N vt'mber. W. O. Shirley, was a week-end ,guest of be held Sunday afternoon at 4:30.Dr. : "THKEE WEEK ENDS"also : voices ,".N
I acroHH a. continent
:Miss Dora Manning. pro- .. ._.11
S. II. C. Burgln of Jacksonville ;
[ Dinamore, Fla. 1-17-llt. t ) j ....
will be present. Dr. Burgln will 6th Episode "ACE OFSCOTLANI1 rtl.4 I
Ilrohdingnasian machinesHanking
/! -
Full line Tomato Melon\ ..
and also preach at the Sunday night I ".,
Garden Seeds. J. F. KIckliter. YAKDS"
1- lien Ice. I
LSBESTOS SHINGLES, ROOF- 24-tf. II I ... -.- .. quitely, irresistibly playn "

INOIUILDING Judge( and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina Saturday, Feb. 1 its part in the stirring achieve i'j',
Mr. and Mrs W, n.
/ McAdoo of had an guests last week, Mr. and'Mrs. ,
MATERIAL MILLWORK New York Ctty, who have spent W. T. Morgan of Marlon. N'I' KENT MAYNARI) ,
sometime here left this week for C. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan: left Fri :
LUMBER Green Cove Springs.Mr. day to Twit points in South Flor in

["Anything Contractors Use": ida. "THE PHANTOM CITY" L I.

rite for our low cash prices f. o. and Mr\ *. J. A. Saul have as also BANK OF STARKEr t.

b. your Job via truck guests Mr. Saul's father, J, B. Rev. and Mrs. Georg H. Lowry, Comedy "Crazy Doings" I j
Saul of Orlando and his uncle, E. and daughter, Margaret, were In r \ r..
NIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE B. Saul, of.GJassboro, N. J. KuitU last Friday and Saturday And Paramount News HONOR ROLL HANK M, I.

7 W. For yth St. Jacksonville, attending an evangelistic conf r-I } ,

Florida. Mrs.\ Anna Murrhee, who ha ence at" which Dr. Lowry was one Show Starts at 6:45 'I.'" .

12-13-tf I been, seriously_ ill, was taken to of the speakers.. They were ccooi-j I J Ji ,......",,..,.


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PAGE RIX nn S nTrtnn COUNTY Tirt.TM3Tl.tTOT. RTAftlTK. FLORm...

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:Li--. jjjL__: - chicks will In all probability take I .
1.--- Ing demonstration. Miss Jordan ..............
to these roosts naturally and I ......
I was assisted In the demonstration
How to quickly without crowding but I hOME DKMOXSTKATIO.V: I by Miss Ruby Kelley: : NEW' RIVER ?
rit Farmers and Farming they' should be watched a few AGKNT'H: COLUMN I

i, RaisePoultry nights to prevent crowding. These I I and Miss Miss Mildred Cone, president, Alias Essie Sapp Cot 1

C roosts should be from 2 to 3 Inches Mildred Morgan secretary .......
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(fly Agricultural Editor) r wine which will help prevent Monday came to the stage and conducted ...e,4

.. -f crooked breast bones In both Vanderbilt ..-n club girls met the usual routine of busl- ReV' S. S. Proctor filled I,

"by Dr. L. D. LeGcar V. S. chicks and poults.PITT at the school house Monday afternoon ness. The meeting was opened by regular appointment at the

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles St. Louis, Mo. to hold their regular monthly singing "Old Black Joe" which tlst church II'i
t>..LoGoar( a wrmdumtm of th.Ontario Sunday at 11 a m'
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found VoMdcuiry Coo..... 1992. THirtrala meeting. was led by Miss Ozena Greene.A .
l }".Ut)( The farmers of this h.t"
Tor*o(*_nary prmertc, on dlumn The meeting was called to order very, lovely program was givenby section i
: I To lie nest Suited to Our Country of !n... Mock and _Iorr. Bmlnoat SHAI'K: AVIIK.N: a fertilizer
I nlhorlty on poultry and Mock railing. by Miss Liibedla Alvarez, presi- nine club girls. The programwas meeting at the "h], ,.'

... '.' --. --..-.-. . . j Nationally l'oI.' ...1 luthor known anti poultry lcnir I bnojor.,. WORK IS $'KWinter dent. Mrs. J. Norman was appointed conducted by Miss Ruby Kelley house Wednesday night (1111,,, ?
-- local leader for the club chairman of the program com a large crowd was '

---- -- _- should not be an Idle and two meetings, /: will be held each mittee. County Agent, present J l'
Farm Board Believes Article Ij time on any farm. Among the Rlckenl.."t, ij
month( one under the direction of Following the program. Miss made a business trip In thIs ,ff
things to be
many done: 'a the
overhauling -
mUSH IT YOUIlCHICKS Mrs. Norman. A food demonstration Jordan gave a talk on "How to lion Friday. '

Co-operation Will Be IX TIIK WAY the machinery, repairing used and on painting the farm.of was given by the home demonstration Keep the Body." Several good exercises !Mr. Howard Thomas was M, ?I

TIIKV: WIIOl'M ( Oriilc'ktf. I I agent and quite an interesting I were given, using one of the Ing Ocala and Silver SprIng 11
The present price of ,nil Ja,
/ farming discussion on the care of girls from the audience for a dem Thursday. r :

Help :To Agriculture IIkeChildren, Require giving tools emphasizes them, the best,the care necessity possible.of the sewing.body. One 'hour was devotedto onstration. An hour was given, to Mr. and Mrs. N. Moody and h,\,.,,

-- 'Mil-fill Training It they Are to Look the implements sewing. The making of sewing dren were business visit, T,-
(By Spuds Johnson) irow tilt| Inlo ,NtrcMijc, Useful make necessary repairs. Then Tuewlny bags being our first lesson., The Starke Thursday night .

The appearance of the Federal, I :Monilx-i-H, of Their ('ommllllll)'. when the rush work begins in Is 4-H club work growing' In bags will be tied and dyed at the Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jobnf- 11"(0. ,

Farm Board on the national farm I WRIT KAIIM PROGRAM"Tho I A l.lltlo .::\tl'I' Attention Jiir spring, all machinery will be In Bradford County? Well, Hampton next meeting. business visitors to Starke IirIdIITk

,; horizon has caused more of a flur- I iiiK the Early; M-HRC-M; of fI"'f'Jol'| readiness I and In better condition. 4-H club girls think so, and If Knt unlay I*. :M. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins; "i (

ry in agriculture tlmn( any other Voice\ of Florida"The I mcnt \\'11Jk'\ Itrwiiiilnl with If no Implement, shed is available 'you had been at our meeting Tuesday Saturday p. in. at two o'clock visiting In Gainesville Sundu: '

thing In recent years It seems, I Ext:: Profits lal.... for the proper housing of farm implements afternoon at the school house the regular monthly meeting of !Mr. and !Mrs. D. W. Kell.., ,,''l !f
-S you might have thought so, too. I the Hellbronn 4-H club met at children were visiting frlcn.i !
that this board/ t Is honestly striving the thorough painting otIs <'b<
I to bo of real service to (the following farm talks will be Chicks are a Rood/: bit like chil- recommended by the Agricul- Our president Miss Margaret Hellbronn school, house. Starke Sunday afternoon.

farmers: of America.One features of the dally farm program dren In a great many ways. With tural Extension Division. Turner called the meeting to or- !Miss Jordan, home demonstration !<<

Jf of I the wuy! in which the over WRUF state radio station, I proper training both will develop, Paint will preserve the wood der. After the regular routine of agent gave a food demonstration ....................... >

Hoard Is helping farmers Is 2 by end will begin at 12:15:: eastern Into valuable members of their respective and prevent the metal parts from business, Miss Okie Ilinson had on the different ways our, :

P! the loaning/ money to help, meet "Htiindiird line-I I the Florida Agricultural branches of society.\ Much rusting. Two kinds of paint will charge of the program, which was sweet potato might be fixed for Sin.,.KVKRGREEX!% A. Jv

their credit! needs. Tile hoard ha.? : Extension: has announced. mi already been said In thin series ho needed: One for the metal as follows: table use. A state bulletin containing Rosier Cor.) 'Vn. ;

adopted( I the policy) of making/ I the Saturday, Jan. 25 Review of of articles' on the subject of ",n- parts) and the other for the wooden Song by the club, Tramp, Tramp, the many different recipes .......................1111.rtf

loans through approved .Agricultural News. vironment., I have stressed the parts. The Tram p. was given, each girl. ,
.co-opera- cost of the paint will E. and J. R.: t
tive marketing/ organizations. In Monday. Jan. 27 Swarm Control need for (clean comfortable quar- be returned In the Increased life Heading, Little Boy and His While the potato dish was baking Earnest, Rost-! "??
Florida I of Ill'es-H. K. Stomach by Miss Nellie Keen.' I the president railed' the meetIng were vlxiiu, I J
one organization the apiary lets, ventilation adequate range/ of the machinery. Starke Saturday. i.
citrus field has inspector with the State Plant Reading, "Papa's Letter" by to nrrlpr anti the usual routine, '
already been ap I sanitation and other phases of that Mr.
and !Mrs. ,
proved. Hoard. Tho Co-operative and the subject. Heretofore, however, I Miss Alice Mast. of business was gone through. After I and Bryant Itidduj. ,i
IIHillLAMMUt: daughter, of the '
I'uMUEm4Is'rIlllM'rlsa : State
: Florida Non-l\f"mber-Vr., Miss Jordan gave Interesting the business meeting' adjourned F IIn
farmers: nnd growers: II O. Hamilton have had no opportunity to mention a very -
who wish to take advantage of the associate: professor of agricultural I one very Important matter : : J 1I00IU.J'TlIol"T : food demonstration. Miss Inez Carmichael, localleader Ralford, wero visiting Mi, ,n r(
!Mrs. II. F.
\ Redding .
HI.VtUNU Saturdu
boards help,) should alIgn themselves economics Florida College of Agriculture which Is the training; of. young TO'EhiThe \Vc
with existing approved cooperatives chicks In what a friend of mine lovely sewing bags were made
Lake Wales Highlander Nineteen girls met at Wood- from flour !Mr. Levy Norman of Vandt-riiil 1E
and form Tuesday, Jan. 28 U. S. Farm has has bags.
help others humorously called
barnyard lawn
L,4 Issued illustrated school house Wednesday \ was visiting R. S. SuuItha
an booklet !Miss Jordan Rosier
which will bo nnnrovpil." The board. I Flashes About Livestock.. etlq lIeHe. about I at this time held ;
The Mountain Lake Sanctuary and morning for their 4-H club meet- the regular morning. be
; believes that one of the best ways Wednesday, Jan. 29 Azaleas I begin/: training my chicks the In..:. The monthly meetings will Misses II
Singing Tower meeting was called to Emmalyne )
I which are located be held at the school house Prlngle,
& In which farmers can help themselves and Camellias-Major W. L. Floyd moment I transfer them, to the order on second -
Is lead horticultural near Lake Wales, in Polk county by the president It was Friday afternoon after 'the elyn Moseley, Efllce and 1'dnl1lIt: ;.,
by the formation of department brooder
cooperative room. As
soon decided
as possi-
to hold tilt
Florida and which has attracted a great a meeting every first !Monday.\ spent Sunday With OerlllldJi1,'
association)!, and this has College of Agriculture. ble I begin scattering their grain two weeks. One Rosier.
deal of meeting will be po
both Miss
resulted In Its Thursday. Jan. 30 to Florida Carmichael will hold a
plan to make loans Primer for ration In the litter
and encourage, the co-operatives.( Town Farmers. have so they will and to Lake Wales., The bookletIs I conducted oy me local leaner, wuo meeting for the girls Feb. 8th, at Mr. and Mrs. Kersey, and fanur"
to scratch for It thus
Florida farmers however Friday Jan. 31-Some giving written by Major II. M. Norna- Is to be elected by the club. Misses the school house.A were visiting their daughter. "r'O!'!
should Things healthful '
exercise. I also watch Pearl
: bell, D. S. 0., .0. n. E. Director Norman, Myrtice Norman meeting for the Bradley Sunday. 'tUI
not be led' Into the belief that Florida I Experiment Station Workers them and women. The
any carefully guide them Into
of the Mountain Lake and Willie Mae Gordon were added object and There, will be services\ at UiJ P
and all Learned Last Sanctuary, possibilities of home '
co-oporativeg Year J. )
especially Francis( the heated area of the hover to the roll.
I small local ones run secure aid Cooper, editor., Touring Some other whenever they need such direction. and contains a great deal of interesting demonstration work was explainedto Evergreen Baptist church Samt":
and authentic, information A sowing program was conducted the women, at day morning, Saturday night' .
from the Farm Board. Plans for Experiment' Stations-.R. M. Whenever I find chicks huddled a previous meetIng IIK;
not only about Florida's by Miss Jordan. !, so after Sunday, by the pastor, Rev > .m"
I the formation of a large truck crop Fulghum, assistant editor, Flor- together I place them under the a very short discussion :
Tower \\'I..III'IIdll 1*. M. of Green
but way Cove .
ida about Carillon's in the following Springs The
gen- officers
co-operative In Agricultural
)Florida Extension were
are being Divis hover.
It be
I worked out by the State Marketing/ ion. this quite may often, during necessary the to first do eral and their place in the life of rain In spite, of the downpour of elected, for the "Woman's Club": public Is cordially Invited K' at-!;'

the: people In this country and In Wednesday afternoon flfty- Mrs. Frank tend. >
Bureau and encouraged by other Answers from the Farm Question week. president;
Agricultural organizations In the Box or U. S. Farm Flashes Crowding Is another danger, that the Netherlands and North France ono girls assembled In a classroom Miss Rosa Moore, vice-president; -

I state For this co-operative to be will be the concluding feature of can be greatly lessened by: early and Belgium where they originated. at of Lawtey school for the pur- Miss Margaret, Carmichael secre- f.'jO1

a success and each/ The If any of our readers are interested pose holding their regular tary; program committee, Mrs. J.
to receive the help, program. station broadcasts training. I prevent huddling In is. n" r
monthly 4-H club
of the Federal Farm Board it on 830 kilocycles. In the booklets, they could meeting. If. Wainwright, !Mrs. C. H. Paty
corners by placing chick wire .,
must cover, most of the trucking y boards or Jet one* sent nrpnnlrl, to nov nl- This b"lnK, the month for our and Mrs. J. D. Carmlphael, : membership ... .' '
of diagonally across them. dress for 28 cents In stamps. First food demonstration, which committee, Mrs.
area the state. Otis Morgan
Community -
Time They must be watched
For carefully
Planting helps to link our nutrition work Miss Pearl Norman
county co-operatives are good but however, for If they cannot crowd and Miss represents
ront* i'JoltTII.I: 'mH: ZONKS: together Miss Jordan gave a very Rosa Moore. strong

they must are not In rue enough. They Muscadine Grapes Into thn corners, they will often ritKATKI: : IV FMltII{ >.\ ItVACilllCM'Tl'ltK Interesting demonstration. Follow- The program commute stock fire insur-'
together and form will meetat
pile together In the
middle of the
stat organization. : I>KI"AI floor. Watch chicks at all
While the Immediate' good derived "Many home owners, In North times), but especially your at evening I the song and yell leader had Monday evening, Feb. ((3rd at is qualifiedto
Four fertilizer charge for
,. zones with train- one halt-hour. .Many 3:30.:
from the form !lIg of co-op-nd Central. Florida and gently, force them, give
/ If
are missingan : apart Inspectors you sound
In pep songs
charge were and
[ 'i eratlves which will have been sung yell given /
approved by annual treat because: they do they, show any tendency toward established! in the citrus and win- by the girls. insurance protec-
the Don't
Farm Board Is the securing of not plant bore into the cow's horn
an arbor of miiHudlite crowding. There will always' be ter Eight tion
vegetable districts new members
of added and
the staten were
credit for
facilities, the Board hopes for hollow-horn nor split her tall competent
R'rapes home need: for watchfulness
.. use, declares E. In this respect order to give to the roll.
that by fostering co-operation. It I.. Lord professor of horticulture until they are actually roost- efficient service for hollow-tall, but put feed in her, service.Your .
during the January ThursdayAt ",
and February -
will be hollow
rendering a real and far- In the stomach.
College ot Ing.
Agriculture here.
: demand, according' < to Phil the home of Miss Maggie/ ;
reaching service I .
to farmers and -
These grapes may be planted any Crowding Is only one of many Taylor, chief, lnspector Crews at Highland policies examined and
the department Thursday. Miss
helping. them, to help tliemHelves. time from now until March 1. bad habits chicks will develop if of agriculture.In Jordan supervised, an all day meat Port St. Joe Hard-surfaced counsel given without obliga

7 Not only are these grapes very, not watched carefully or If not this service, the cunning., The pig was prepared In Joe road completed between, Port St. tion to you.
l leasnnt> when eaten, fresh fromthe given proper feed exercise andspa'e. and Panama City.
Florida law the only many different and into u.n
one In the ways put
: I I vine, but they", lend themselves All these habits may be overcome Unted States which makes this tin cans and processed in steam laid Ponce for de Leon Cornerstone Bring ;your Insurance pro \

hINTS '10 IOLSEWIVEt3( : to the production of various culinary If proper action Is taken provision permits, any consumer pressure cooker for 45 min lIe.high school building. tcction up to date

j n products such) as jellies, preserves the moment they show up. or purchaser of fertilizer to draw I utes. Miss Crews looks forwardto Jacksonville Golden's Doot-
_ HOIIIO and unfermented One quite serious habit, Toe ery reopens on Forsyth st., after
H"lIlo".t iou '\/fl'ut/ grape samples from his purchase and having many nice meals of fresh extensive
ju i'e. Recipes for making good Picking or Cannibalism, usually alterations. 7elepJzo
? 1 send them to the state chemist for pork this summer. n.e
things to eat from results from lack Inverness Plans. completed
these grapes cane of animal protlen analysis. The greatest demand Krliluy .\. M. or Write,
J'l IIht..PiIh'f'. ('ooklf'" b furnished, by any of the home lu the feed or sufficient, exercising for fertilizer in this section, of the Graham 4-H club held, Its regular for installation of two additional
: Vile 1-2 cup butler or shorten- demonstration agents. room. If they have plenty of roomto state will gins in Inverness !MOBS Company
come In March meeting
(, and April Friday morning at HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
log, 1 cup sugar 1 egg, 1-4 cup I The term scunpernong, Is often, scratch and exercise! naturally, for use In cotton and tobacco. 9:30: o'clock at Graham school. factory to double output of pro-

'lemon, Juice. 1-4 cup orange/ juice,,S applied to the whole group but it there, Is less danger. If too closely i Miss Mildred Drown cessed'moss..

2 1-2 cups flour, ndI teaspoons I 'la correctly used to designate one conned they will seek other Orlando, Fla. Uuth Durren- had charge of the president t, Orlando Warehouse of Berry, ]
meeting. The
baking powder. o f the white varieties only. Other forms of activity one of which la berger Fairvllle 4-II club girl had club voted to have two meetingsa and Hall Company recently' destroyed STARKE: FLORIDA \

'ream together, bill t"r, or varieties which) are valuable are picking at one another's toes. 120 bushels of tomatoes in her month in order to put by fire, will be rebuilt
over a
piling and sugar. Add beaten egg; Thomas, Memory, Mish, Flowers Sometimes a chick's toes will be winter, garden., They have yield greater amount of work. soon.

.' and mix) well. Combine orange I and, James The Thomas seems' Injured and the sight of blood attracts ed over 440 pounds. Many toma- Tho food demonstration and .-_________ .
and lemon, juice and, add to first best suited to others. Once toes <
they taste weighed
a pound sewing
each. program was conducted by
Yf mixture alternately with flour although all of those mentioned blood the picking may become Reports were from Mrs. Nellie, the home demonstration, agent. 00I COFFINS & CASKETS 1e

: .I which has been sifted with baking are desirable for dessert and, cull- general, causing serious Injury W. Taylor, home demonstrationagent. After the meeting, the food I Say it with Flowers I
powder. 1 ( Anil a Full Line of
Chill ,
and roll out very, nary UMe.I and even death to considerable which was prepared In the demonstration
thn! on floured, bnnrd) adding I The inusenillnos are nnml, >riiWhenever- Undertakers'
very easily Supplies
was served to the club
4' more flour If necetinnry. Cut In i grown and for the home dooryard this habit i fJl noticed I Gainesville Fla. More than girls. Flowers For All n

plain or fancy shapes with cookie a Friday I M.
cut tIel'. Un ke in moderate, oven l planted l 16 to 20 feet' apart each, or divide! the chicks into smaller l lot of orders, filled by club girls In the spacious aud'torlum!!' OccasionsGERTRUDK >,, on Ilnnil. Tlio brut
: ((350 degrees F. ) 12 to 15 w at Km Ire nt th.. Inwrnt irlrN..
millutes. ay. The material used to build groups so they have more room. and women, of Alachua Brooker school ---.--- |
county, Friday ---
the .
; p. m Sprt-lnl atlrittlim >li
the itriii
c arbors should( be Just as lasting I It 1 Is also a good Idea, to add more during the holidays the home demonstration 4-H[ club meeting held. .
was The orderS1tlGfs'rEmilI
; : Oriiiigo/ Slit Itrciul ,,1"1 s possible for the vines' areMong meat scraps to their, mash or milko agent, Mrs. Grace F. stage had been GODDEYANDERSON

Ingredients l : 2 cups| bread flour I lived. During the fall about November ( I t drink. You will also probably Warren sl atel. arranged with the ) E'umntLMEiIDEWITT
necessary equipment for Miss\ Jordan
!S 2 teaspoons salt, 1-2: cup sugar, 2 all dead wood should be find that there. are one or two to C. JONES
give food
a demonstration.Miss
S '. )S cups milk 1-2 cup pecan meats 2 removed., If the lutteral, shoots ringleaders causing most of the Plant City Gregg, Floral Shop Jordan appeared In her usual Phone 39 Waldo, Fla STA1IKU KI.OIIIIIV

; '1\ cups Graham fltinr. 4 teaspoons are cut hack to spurs of six to 10 t rouble and teaching the others, moved to new quarters. ,s _- ..I
manner and
[ baking powder, 1-2 cup candled buds,, the productiveness, will be bad habits. If so, take them out gave a very Interest-.. :

- S J orange 1 _. .
egg.\ I Increased.' of the pen anti keep, them out until -- --- -

4A i 'i''f Mix Ingredients thoroughly nnd Tho old, neglected' muscadine ar- I the Injured' toes, have healed.' ,

L sprinkle two tablexpoons of the h>or will show much better"' results i Paint the Injuries, with tar which ----1

., 17 S flour over nuts and, orange peel. i next 'summer' If It Is cleaned up has a disagreeable taste and discourages BROWNLEE BROS. G. W. ROBERTS '

t I Beat egg till light and add to milk. In I tho sumo manner. The appllutlon Toe Picking. STIIA WBERRY PLANTS OF QUALITYFor

'I';:: Then, pour over dry Ingredients c of a liberal amount of commercial Feather eating or pulling Is another Starke Lawtey
4 stirring and beating the mixture ,
fertilizer or stable manure habit that often' leads 'to
,141'r.r<' smooth. Last add the floured nuts will Increase the vigor and chicks literally pulling all the fifty years we have grown and sold the best strawb.s'ry -

c c end orange peel. Tour into two production of such vines. To get young feathers, from ea'h other plants grown. See our agents and get your order

Js: oiled: bread tins and bake 45 mln- lest result, the fertilizer shoulde and eating them. or to e& Ing one One 'in with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop( Is
_ _ ntoa( In a 350 degree, F. oven. b applied before the another :; Reason for short this
growth begins up starting usually at the season every place so wa advise you to get or-
- Lemon or Orange Toast In the spring. Any humus tall. It la due to much the same -"il der In early and make

i'i'r Slice bread 1-4 inch thick Cut forming' matter, will be helpful If II causes as Toe Picking and should Bigger Profits '. sure of your want

I', dices In rounds or In fancy shapes laced> l under the arbors and al- be overcome In the same way. lie- My agents are N. D. Waliwrlght ;Jr., P. F. Flume,,

:it., with Cream a cookie cutter, l owert to decay.Gainesville I move the Injured chicks and apply j'I Ilrowalre Ilron., Bradford County Strawberry Absolution

together 3 tablespoons I : tar as for Toe Picking. Do not Facts certified by literally hundreds of :.J '*nj ;J. II. :Moore
butter and 3 Lawtey Fla. Prices
,: tablespoons sugar. I )Ia.-M. S. McDowell put them back until they thor good :Missionary: ',
.f.: Add slowly 1 teaspoon lemon or director of the Pennsylvania oughly healed. '.l growers pnv. that Bradley's Fertilizers from young beds, 1000 to 50OO '3. Over, BOOO 92.75, f.

orange juice and 1-2 teaspoon i Agricultural Extension Division One very important phase of a ("AA QUALITY") pay a bigger profit for
:; grated rind. Toast bread on one ; was recently In Florida visiting chick's early training l III teaching i every dollar you invest in fertilizer. One

", side. Spread mixture on other officials of the Florida Agricultural them, to roost. This can be quite reason is the superb mechanical condition J. A. BAUER
S ({
.: side.under flame Toast until may then be placed I Extension' Dlvlilon. lie was accompanied easily done if started, before the :; of Bradley's. This is due to the scientific f LOCK BOX:: 38
butter ,
begins to by Mrs. '
I McDowell. chicks are too old. By putting 'e and nDSOXI.ARK..
melt. : accuracy painstaking care used in their \

/; -Virginia P. Moore Bonlfay. Fla. Holmes county at them night on, the they roost will a take time or to two the ,*?, manufacture. Try Bradley's this season and IV.

poultry raisers either bought or roosts nicely., .' see me amerence. .1" -
!Mayo Fla. Farmers In La- hatched 3,200: baby chicks
; fayatto during r Build temporary roosts 12 to 18 ,
county received around I I December for
winter broilers
4 $5,000 from according Inches from the floor with an Inclined -

r sales.reported.County Agent two recent D. C. GeIger turkey r. home demonstration to Mrs. Bettle agent Caudle, all the runway roosts being to the on first the roost same BRADLEY'S mWe Y can charge your 0 I

Tavares level the same as for other roosts. ""R J
; Fla. Lake county Flu lid it so that the
Brooksvllle, ) cannot
Fla The 0
Brooks farmers
placed orders for BATTERY InSmith's
:, vllle fruit 4-H cake club and baked 55 pounds o f busheU of DIg Stem Jersey sweet, (I t wall drop, and between, cover the the roost under and side the of 'IfI tJ'l' :
< for $1.25
I a for early
spring "AA
planting it (
pound netting. This )
over the holidays, !Mn I. Clifford R. Illatt the prevents -
I Florence J. Albert, home demon county agent I the chick dropping from the Look fo* aAA QUALITY"
stated. Ha teal
I1 Btratlon agent reported. expects around 100() roosts to the floor and alto keep bag of fertilize you boy. It I" oa the back of every k
acres to be
planted. your naraate* of
quaUcyi them out of the dropping The _. -- Garageoffjr" 1f ,

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did they call It?--a trame-upl! to pull\ It down. I i away from the cell He went downstairs per ptihllHhrd In-Starke.- -Bradford- -

TIGHT SQUEEZE Tom leaped to his feet pugna "It'm-m Quite two sizes too to (the police garage and 'minty. KlortdaWltneHD ,the _
oc'nl .r this court, ann .
ciously. An automatic seemed to small" He Jerked it off apparently told his chauffeur to drive to the ri IHO"ik the,of mtmi-Hld, .of 0111.nV thin Merman thus/ 30lh, l"fw W-T -

flash from the detective's pocket catching strand of Tom's hair Clinton Hotel I the scene of lastnlght's (lay of bet."",.,'. A. D 192 .4-.

Into his ha lid. in his fingers by accident, causing ( !) U. W. ALUKIIMXV; ,
4. door. A pointed leaf caught in calve t the last few articles it was hold-up. R""I Clerk Circuit Court..

", IJ)' Alirn S. Jacob the rough goods of his cap JerkIng necessary to retain for use over- : "None of that" he barked Tom Walking to wince over his desk, lIe An hour and a half later Jerd l t-3-61-1-3
swinging the gun threatlngly. Perkins was shown Into captainHeardon's
,I.; : it off his head. night. Breathing as lightly as I pressed the second, button in a row :ui'i'ii 'i'0 Ar"J\\"
The second detective office.
:Tie last screw In he metal put his
He reached up to recover it. A possible not to disturb the sleeper. there. In Circuit
head in the door. "Come on. The "Say what's the Idea? he court.* Twenty-Sixth JMllclal -
t tram which barred the hotelswInlow bottle of ink and a pen stand Jerd shoved the rolls of marked wagon Is coming up the street." I Tom broke the silence. "Look it,,a rhi'd. ( CI"'II. la"rtrd county,

,/washroom fell Into Jerd sailed through the air. The bot- silver down in a corner under the The first detective picked up I here Captain" you're making a big "You're arrested for the murder '- h'I.II.I... .., County j Hunk. ZLI

Perltln's band. Pulling the frame tlo crashed with an alarming clothes neatly folded in the (case Tom's gray overcoat where It had bill ndElI'. of William Ilorst' Reardon A poratlun.Com ,luiiir.nt.. [

\3TJICBUtiOUBly he set it beside noise on the pavement. Cursinghe then the package of currency. been resting on a chair. Taking: Heardon regarded, him sharply."We're Informed him. "Search the prls- vs.It. |

(.bll'! wash basin with the utmost turned to hide his face. dashed lie closed the door behind him hold of Tom one on each side the not holding, you for robbery onei Hennessey." If. Smith Dcfpiulniilii., vt nl. 1.11

Satisfaction.! After all these years Into the street raced around Into with a breath of heartfelt rell f. two hustled him downstairs un my friend. You're" going: up- Jerd mode a break for the
(tonight would even his/!! score a- the alley and pulled himself Inserting his tweezers again he ceremoniously! The patrol was 'stairs for mu rd'r. but Hennessey grabbed him and l auoy. valise, ,. foreclose mortKHire '.
ftaliKt Tom Case. through. the washroom window. turned the key locking the door just drawing up at the curb. "Murder" Tom gasped! spun\ him Into a chair. Frantically suuilt h. Car. Kh'I"li "KM ilfffii.UntK! alit. (1. ,T. K Muffliy if-. ._ '//u.uu .'

"ATom' was the day clerk in the Jerking off his overcoat he plunged Inside once more. At headquarters he hustled "Yea. lIe reached for his Docket hampered are ,',:Iz'n. of another mate
upstairs I I the
Mn '
!Clinton;: Hotel. Jerd was a registered it Into the almost empty towel The noon whistles were blow- to the office of Timothy "W-what murder Tom stammered by his manacled wrists. Ihln, of elt.ifi" of' In J'I".ldl.Inkn.w.that tn arll-thadilreMN .

t guest. Both came from Co- box. Hastily he set the barred Ing when Tom returned to his Reunion captain of detectives. Heardon leaped l across the room lint that fh"I'I.In n. pernon In the

tuiia a small town a 100 miles frame in place over the window rooming house. He was humming From behind his desk Iteardon "The murder of WtMUm Horst and pinioned him while I the officer Mate/ or 1..I..ldn.upon "11. .M ivould vice' of hind axiilipocMii

'iorth) of the city. All hIs life Jerd meaning to replace the screws at gayly to himself as he pushed his eyed Tom sharply. The detective a pedestrian who was shot down jerked the automatic from Jerd's i-llher of wilil ili'feiKt.-iiith; that "lillKiMit -

had played second fiddle the first opportunity. Easing key into his lock. To his almost a month ago resisting a II HiMirih 11,1 I Inquiry has IKIHIImade
Perkins room who had the package of bills, the uigers. and/ llu< ",lf', ''. nf the Hald d.l .
((qtrom-on! the town baseball back the bolt in the door he step- surprise the door was flung open rolled currency and the overcoat. hold-up. He's been In a hospitalall "Take that gun upstairs to Nor- r..II"I.I I I innnot, l I. obtained I .._. 1..:

'...m. In the classrooms and especially ped out. from inside his room before he put them down on the desk and this time. Ho died this morn- man's, laboratory Hennessey I lit l.r..I.I1.h'r.r"r.. $ i'nrI"I.:. II stall that h. Carl tIme .. 1.2

with Oracle.i In the lobby doorway the night could turn the key. Two men left. Ing. This cap here was his. His think he'll find where the bullets KIII..1. ''ll T. Muffley do, and. .U.U
wlfo's Identified It and llorst (told h..hy required/ to H|>peai n.'"
When Oracle a picture of shy clerk was looking up and down confronted him. Captain Henrdon signed Tom to t the doctor dug: out of the late William to the hil lt ,'Onl11.1' / hi, >.alilciiiixe 1' k's
happiness confessed that she was the street frantically.' "You Tom Case" one demand take the chair opponlte. As he ua in his statement before. he died Morst ramo from It. At Brut I or ". Ju"l.v the .InIiliv : tf
doping Tom Case would returnS "Did he get ?" Jerd demanded ed. t that (the bandit who shot him lined' I couldn't of: rVhiuniy: : : A, I .m'II'lhl' .4
away sank Into It. the captain shoved dope out how t his fellow wlBiIho I ftlli' IMIIM .of l Iii IUr
the city and ask her to be' excitedly. Tom responded somewhat uncertainly two pictures he had been studying the cap to carry away the contents rould l be III the washroom he taken .. t' Ivy joti. .
IH fiirthi-i,' unified, I that thin 13:33'
| his hate had flamed be- "Afraid so. Did see him" "yes." of his pockets during: (the and ,I , .no-
you : across to Tom. robbery still be thej' th and nfdi'i' ho piibt.nhpd. in. t.f
I. bounds. lie had left town "Just a glfnrpue as he went The second man stepped behind I "I sure hate to see boys like Tom dropped Into a chair weak robber. But when I examined (the work foi, font, i'.C.IIKI-I'utlve I wek. !
liradroiit" County /
:t< '|next day, believing that Oracle through the door. Heard a crash Tom, carefully barring any at- you coming I Into this office. That ly. lie could scarcely believe his burred window It was plain enough I 11. i i.Iilltsh'd' Tr/"I'II.h. KneWNpapvr 1901
: : : : :: : 1 tl.rk.
!)"ned to accept Tom because of breaking glass and opened the tempt to escape back down the first picture was taken of a lad ears. Robbery and murder! \Fora for I here were fresh scratches on I llradroid$ (Coiino.f I FlorUU.:
WltneHH the mural of .
: :: arned more money than Jerd washroom door. There he was hall. the day we arrested him for a minor moment his spirits hit bottom the screws that held 1 the burs' In I the nn me of I.V.. Alderman.court. analmi

. ftftf clerking behind the counter dodging out of the lobby." He cast "You're under arrest" he said stlck-up. The second just level then honest auger surged place Then I went up and searched Clerk of unlit .inI. the XOth
came lay or Dei.-iuliei, A. P. 1 1921.
through him. He jumped to his
;>.t,the town's general store. a furtive glance at the brown cap brusquely. "We're from head- down from the developing room. his room, finding a sum of (8 W. AMiKUMAV..

Almost' ) immediately he fell In caught in the Iron grill work on quarters." It's the same boy but you'd never feet. money that completes the hotel's (i4m.iml> Clerk Circuit Couit.
with several crooks who made the door. "Under arrest" Tom repeated guess it. The charge this time Is : "Thin Is t too much I won't stand total loss stuffed Into a shoo In

(their living at the point of a gun. The clerk reached up and jerkedit blankly. "What for?" murder. And he'll likely swing i for any more. I'm to bo married his closet. I also took a sample

$\\i j Burning with hatred against free. "Well, we've one clue for "Aw, don't pull the surprise for it, too." I I this evening. I won't let you I of his hair from (the military ." '1'10' ron MI'11001. I-I.ICTIUN: : n.

TBni. and with a desire for re- the police anyway." stuff" the detective In front of Tom shuddered dewntte, [ ii'!muueh f. ruin everything because" you'vemade brushes on his bur..II11.'hell Norman \\'', the 1111..IK..I l taxpayer/ . of ,

yenge, Jerd took a room in the Jerd smiled Inwardly. If the him snarled, "with the evidencein The first picture presented clean a crazy mistake. said they matched those I 1"II.rlnl I I tuh-I".1. | .1 list r k't N... I.n

CJLfnton Hotel where Tom was day I police depended on that cap to your suitcase and you all packed cut youth, a little weak looking a "Sit down boy, Reunion saidquttely found I In the cap I knew I had my our ...llln trR.rl..1. (I'IU I the 1 Hoard I t, will of present I'tihlla ._

1 k. Bit by bit a clever scheme capture the thief they were certainly up for the get-away." perhaps, but a debonair happy I man." I 1".Irul/ol of Hrudfori, ,! 4 County "'Ia. .. 5.JJ
to him. At Tom's rooming out of luck for he had He ran his hands over Tom'sclothIng Despite himself Tom sat down. Jerd stared helplessly . "clil i ni.ellnit I , Monday, J a um. .
o sort. The second revealed a. bit- ( at Hear 27 i lffio: at 1 n'cliuk to auk for anelection US
It ie. tonight he had watched taken it from one of his victimsa Hn search of a concealed ter, snarling, hunted face the People usually obeyed Heanlon'scommands. don. Ho knew I the game IIH up. to ,ul"'l''''ntItie.I Vhst bar or not '
( ,
I llollhronn I i Sub-Si.'huol 1 I DUtrlct No. taUr
III pack for his wedding trip month ago. But Jerd meantto weapon. mouth hard the eyes mean. They would undoubtedly I find t the 1 15 Him 11 roiiHolliliitn with dl.lrl.l" .

Ih., ting of venom in his soul. see that the police had plentyof "Getaway?" Tom flashed a wondering Captain Heardon watched Tom's "Let's look at the cano against fatal bullets had hll'l111'('<1 from NOH. N, II, 1 II I ami I IH ti" eliu-t I threeIrunteen

ftIPplng! the last screw into Ms clues-clues that would lead look at his suitcase. The Face narrowly. lIe was known you. Your hotel wan stuck who last him gun: lie had never thought to be nMHpNHod R" determine nit.I nit the tha con inllhiirti.ollilatvil _._ 1 uu.*.M '4

po4et with the others he had re- them straight to Tom Case. detectives had emptied its con- throughout (the underworld night. We hiuln't allY Idea of getting rid of It, first because I dlxtrlct.f I .
as a
mOVed, Jerd crossed to the box Taking the cap with him the tents on the floor and scattered mrd-bltten old-timer who gave and did It till we received un anonymous William hurst was reported alive II, ('. Inrnla.. ,"

Uontalnlng paper towels. With clerk ran back to his desk and hither and yon In their search for took squarely but relentlessly. It tip. I In I the hospital I to which he was 1.. ('. Clitmonn.W .

)n&< of the keys on his ring he picked up the telephone. more loot."Come was a clever crook indeed who put "We acted, on our tip about you taken nnd second because he n'vt.r \v.. c"II., i 1'.1.1"1.' ti

(Opened) It. Inside was folded a "Police headquarters. Quick! on, put these bracelets on even a white HB over on him. He and fount! In your suit cane a wad still dreamed he would he Riiwpected' W., I'n.. ulougi's Niirman.K . ,;._ is.ltIt '
of bills rolls of
larlr gray overcoat he knew and he told the operator.It I'll take care of him Brown while had an uncanny ability to souse! and money I lifter creating$ an uppinenlly airtight '1'. J Mu 11" ". ..u ,

they, were about the same build.: was almost four o'clock In you use the landlady's phone to the t truth. bound by the hotel's own stamped' alibi.! .1. I If. Wnlnxvrlitht., t 1.231
the which I imehotel I 1V.. WnlnwrlKhtKnink ,
1erc1,' slipped Into the coat turn- the morning before the detec- call\ the wagon." lie pulled a brown rap out of u paper. Now ran lie wet dry lips' "Tom ('11M. gave MotiriiuV. *\
edup: the collar and tugged a tives left the hotel after questioning "But I don't understand," Tonifaltered d rawel'. "This ?" liiiilIt\( was ncclilently mo (hat gnu and, begged mo to get \ I.. 1hoinn IU
yours might In I the Iron grilling\ of I the hl.27.5t.t,
rid of It."
brown cap down over his eyes. the night clerk auil Jerd. bewllderedly. "I've paid Tom set the p'ctures! down and
hotel doorvlieu lie dcxlmnl, inls-
: *Stepping out boldly he dropped While the clerk was checkingup my rent and 1 packed nothing timatdoesn't 'looked at the ; a "YHH" Reardon ,'umflm uiicnted.'nll !.

Ie C chin deeper into'his turned-up the losses behind the counter belong to me." "Xo." h.. replied cap. promptly. He shim fll'f'd l by the. cll'rk., That rap "\\ If !It's hU ho hardly, hud u 1'i'ITIIIOroit: -"('11001.- ii.i'I: : mv "1.
( U hl lltl I (l'd nn I the one taken from I .:
liar and pushed open the door Jerd slipped into the washroom The detertlve snapped I lie handcuffs gave: the en plain n quizzical glance. chance to uso It on William I Ilorst, \. (Ihl' 11.I.llf. I I" I'ly.r. .r
I ho vlitlin" of liold.u who ml lled .
a the hotel lobby.he again. Hastily:! he put the screws cloned. "Aw. be yourself big "Su will tell juxt what n p. HlncH he win DUO hundred I miles i HIMIII /" ,, 11.11'1'1 of ,
> you mo ,' COUMIV' i1.4if4 ,
today I'rgo: it Is rwiKomil'le toroiuliidt 't '' 'our ,
night clerk who always re- back in the barred frame workIng boy. \Ve got you dead to rights has happened and why I'm accused away In ('"husa t the night William! j petition: to I Hi-: I lionid, of 1'iiMlr In- -1

fed' Tom was on duty behind: In the dark for fear the crack and you certainly ain't hoping/ to of ? Yon that (lie mull who poHHt'H-) I I llornt Will fchot robbery see sir. Ki'H. t tills Is! the one who lived t"le-// I q'i'u'e'Is I 'mcollnir' I I Monday, Jan
desk working at the adding of light beneath the door might talk yourself\ out of It with the I'm to he married today und you're (he fatal cap shots!, You've lieen, Identified /gram hern verifying I that. You \\t laiD:: at;, 1 o:,;:i lutk: : to a.k for an, Ult
nine. reveal hla presence Opening) the loot In your suitcase are you?" t WUH un I iliiiuuii'taimt! dale to two .'I.n I to, rtotei'tnhu* whether "I ni."t .
making me miss my I truln, I'm III ( a* time! hold hlllldit.111,1) It I I 11.1"1 Hill.-Mel.".,1) IHMlli-t ". I 10*1, .
'Put your hand( flat on the paper-towel box he took out the Tom stared at him blankly try- a terrible fix. I can't lot! Grade uiinllleH. shine It wa> I Dint night/: I j..h/l I I "')" ", With I IHHtrlnlH No. --- 13.34'
the hotel !bandit who hail, I hiM
liter" Jerd commanded huskldlsgulslng overcoat with the loot still In ing desperately) to grasp his mean- got all 1"'eIl8(1lncl %%'a't young, Tom. CIIMU wniil, ( homo and J 10 anil I IIS. .'"'nt I Iliren" trul"i"t 513
ev..ythIIlK and ,
In his piwsoHHlon. determine, nitllikirn to be III
: u,1 UM*
cap( ( 'h. *
hllvoll'e.. Don't at- one of Its )pockets. He openedthe Ing. the I/llel/: a come to hor house for "Hut I I that ) couldn't, Imvp I proponed to hlrt Cnu I 'I Iti. ni'HKinl HiciUnxt the uoimulidutud dln-
pt to reach for the gun on the door a crack peered out in Mistaking! his expression' the de- the Wfdding and then not show money .1 t'i'il tnvuyed with hlll1'lelrliKe.\ lilcl" : -- 5.41
I Jl,
been In niv mill cane, wild' Tom II. f'roehv.
,le shelf below the counter or the'hotel lobby. The clerk had toctlve volunteered "Suro that's Ot-P. this Is fierce! "Maytin you can, get/: me for t hItmurll..r C. A. CroMby. 11.41II
up. -
I "ThoHo dottMtlvcH I 1Ilnt..ltbere. .\ It
're.'a goner." his back to him. : how we c'ome to pick you up. Don't) It..urdol'ontlnu.1( I to regard: ." liucnuxu! of I tho gun but I., II.M. 1.11 Melts win". 14.34

idealizing he was trapped, the Jeid gilded noiselessly to the mind telling you It was the lookout htm levelly, "UI IIl't rend all you) can't hold, m 0 for rub b iuu a I lh a J. 1.1. N.",.n. -
I < you I tea itloim shook/ lila liead sit''I ly. ,
I W: 'i': ( "
lit clerk compiled casting a stairs and up) it. In his room he gave heiulquartem the tip.'o hotel he Kloaled. "The murks on 'itsty
i I about t the rnMierv, I In the ('lIpl'rr""No I "My buy why should my men I I.. A. I I'malty.H . I
eflll glance however. toward dumped the loot on lila bed, hung didn't think the guy that bold uptime sir. I didn't liave time I'm In suitcase? tho screws In t the washroom don't i';. K el lev. .- un sIs ,
plant that!
washroom. Jerd had come the overcoat In Lie. closet. 'He hotel had a lookout at flist day clerk at t the hotel and bv t thetime ( inom-y your prove anything I com luslvely, nor' T.I'rank T, CloNhy, 11.34 '
And where then did they got It '
,n into the lobby less than ten I sorted the loot into two plies. In Thought you were just handing/: I I go off duty till the shops ii!nan I tho money you found I In my I If. '1'1"1""hon'fl.. .l,
In tho Ii ret pliu-n' ?
lutes before. complaining( ' one he put the package of five- the clerk a line when you said are always closed.\ So I rushed, mil shine Tom's still guilty, He's I I'!. ( J.'wl.. ,,
entered."Take I. l-'lovd
A iinlformi< olllcer! ( ('I'I.Iy. V
ily that someone was using 11'1'1-1' dollar bills already banded with your lookout would nail him if I early this morning to buy Homo the pr'nonor' iiiiHtnirs, I and, heen,,' Identified H'*" I the. hut iiui it. You J: J. r.ntviH. sn'

r bathroom. and he could the hotel's wrapper for deposit! he made, u break after you Hut things I 1I(,(>lled. You know how au't get around t ii ii t." 12-97-51.1-21. 115 ,
I put him I throiiKli I hue regular fingerprint .
>it up all night for them to vale. and the rolls of ('(In. In the other seems It was no line 'cause It was I! It In when fellow IN I "I tint!,'u you'ro, about I 1141 HIIIIIOgeneral ---------' -----. - '
a gehliumg .
mar- i I nnd iiliotogrnpli, ( .lonlhie.I I roil "( IKIIII, ,: :t.I'IU'$
1"1' '
This was not an unusual he put the loose change and cur' him Unit phoned heudtiuartpis'' ried." Ho colored Helf-conscloiiH- When Tom stnmlilod through / .I build I I un Tom ('aiso." I Hearilon . ..11"
iplalnt, and the clerk had Bugled rency. This last pile he tied intoa Haying you'd donblecrossed him I l. remarked ineunliiKly,/: Hniinter- \\ ., the",1, lu""y.* of
( lie door I In niHtody of t tlin o Ulcer.Iteardon .
that Jerd the clean and he the Ing over, he Nluppeil I ho In-own Vamli.rl.m I I ,,I,. No.. f
lobby handkerchief /.I
use and Muffed was putting: finger on 11.1 rlt ,
Heardon I
pointed t broom as was his custom In t the toe of an old\( shoe in his you to get even." "Put It on and turn un I the collar." und. went upMulrs.V<. walked I rap down, on Jerri's 'head und, pull- olll' ''11'/f"II' t limo isi'd of 1".1\
led I It over hln (')'''''. "And, the I iMHtiiii'iloti of liiadronl eoiinty., .
such closet. The marked "Rut I have
?n a case arose. Having money he slip- no lookout Tom cap ,
Tom opened bin lips to prolHt. }
Into an olllco where a mini wan a MIM'OI| Monday. .Ian. tL
H him enter the washroom he ped Into his pocket. Picking up denied, hotly. "1 haven't I the I then thought better of It. Tho working ut a long table littered flirt you" ,411 ugly. I H doesn't lit 27. I'l.ll; lit thought Jerl still Ills Jerd slightest Idea what talk- 1 Tom. I In d.I."I"h." I whether ornot
urally wan hat went downstairs. you're
ntilcker he convinced, the captain ,
( with bottles, burners mid I test Vnnilrrhllt I I I i t'f'ist. Ni .
t ire and might offer help if he "Couldn't pet: to sleep after all lug about," he was making. : a mistake the I tubes. "What's Unit gilt to do with HID 10, xhnll .'nl."II""nl.Hdll,1" h Pint No.H .
e to come out. tonight's excitement" he told the Time detective pushed him down ease? You yourself nay It Kii't !ft> It and, Id, t tolr<'t I In, ,. trustees
quicker he was going to get out of ,
; Helu'lnllll..llhl, cap down on I llm and di.ti erd concealed. a smile as he night clerk. "0 Uel8 1'11(0\ down on the lied l with a snarl of dlqRust. \ \- this mess lie slipped' Into the ov- I table. "Think you rum a Und a hair i belong to I the I obiter, was taken ,, le HHNCHMCll ol"ln.1 thtt ('o".ul-: I LbS

<'I the clerk's thoughts. Bend- I to Headquarters and have a lookat "Then just keep your trap ercoat. or two sticking inside' (thin cap. fu'oniVih liii in I hurst and I'm tellIng -' iliiti-d' : )m"illxlrlefW !. ''l llui: ; unite; ,

swiftly across the counter he their rogues: gallery Instead of shut till the wagon gets here and I "Pull on Iii lit ,cui and, pull\ it Norman?" : you tight! now I made Tom u I II I. I.. It't't'' '. hI.!
ked the from off the shelf If there maybe will present of it. t tilery 'tifi.I. .
I gun waiting tl1"B'UK'lt.\ your memory stage a "
down over ,
your ,
eyes. The other ( If'k''l U I up I and examined I I I., I.. ( "nisr.
which It rested. lie emptied was< anyone here to relieve you comeback town at headquarters" 1 Tom tried to pull It down ovpr the liinlila with a powerfulmlcroHcopo. "Too thin' Iteardon retorted J H. Happ.W / .
chambers into his pocket. you could come." "See here" Tom burst out. "Tho minute I saw I lh) cup didn't il. C'ljiint-r. l4iSii
bin eyes but it wan too small In Taking i up a piilr' of ia-37-Ct-l-2l.I
ping the weapon clean of fingerprints The clerk shook his head. "I "['m to lie' married tha! evening,,. the head slzi! lie only ( tweezers h.. !extnuted llneo short fit Tom I knew he lotildti't liuve -: -- ,.

with the edge of his overcoat phoned the boxB 1 hut he said for and I've got to make a train. In tipping It rakishly sllrl'f'I'IIPIl/j/ hairs, hmuh' thug them dawn on n committed I I t l I Iho robhvry. You HUB riiiiio: run' "i 'IIUJ. '...,':(".'IUI

he flung it across the floor. me to stay and finish my shift. You've made a terrible mlntuke." "Kind of a close fit," Reunion square tit white)111"1'\ hoth you and( the night clerk lusll- We, the iiinli,, .-rilirnofl. taxpayers"" of 35.11

-'.'nrop to the floor and open the You know Tom Cane starts his The detective gave him an a-': remarked thoughtfully. Heurddii his clenched lieu that tho eiin got: taught In a :Ki;lly: Huh-Hi, 'hnol I MlmrUt; No. I of ... 3.13
opened << loaf I Iliiulfotd, foiintv, will I I ritirlieiitloti
te he commanded. vacation and the boss mused' glance. lie took from his on I Iho grilled' door and was prenent
today t will\ "Yes, sir. It'S'llot my cap." hand revealing OliO long and l one to lhi Hoard or Inhl. In-
lie smashed the muzzle of his do Jerked from hi*, head 1 when he I I nf Iliinironl\ "'" Kla. ,,
have to his eight!; hour shift pocket t'fii|< package of marked "I'm going to let a couple) of short/ hnlr w 111ch: ha hud succeeded 1- I NII111' .--- Ml
"$ lati.
J lomatlc down on the ('3erk'IlIled too. until Monday." bills.\ "Does) this look \like we're dodged: mlsNlo, flung by I tho night ." "' 'Ilno. It..I"y.
men look) yon' over. Stay just nil In pulling from Tom's head 27, huG. at I .. \ .' an .111.**
) ( fingers. Stifling "Well If I making mistake? No. brother clerk. '% 1.1.I If Tom had worn Iu'iinii 'to dr tvrnilne, whether. or notKelly -
a cry see a likely suspect a you are anil, don't speak a word." when ho Jerked off t the ('np. I ,.. lii.ll
Hill-HI hnol 9 l,
, rJaln he turned to the safe bed I'll let know. we've got with the goods." I IhlH' cit ii on t lop b hlH I head and dodg- ,1."h'\. .hnl 17.01
;l you S'long. you The captain put Ms finger; on '1.11111 I them) 'COIII ('UHO') and ( oiiMiillilaln I I ( with I Nn 5. .
him. On his knees," \lv In the street Jerd quickened Tom's eyes widened Incredu- the buzzer The door Into the seo I If tI,, y'foo the mi me. (letter id II mlHslH' It would' havo fallenoff I If, and I Id, to olei. 't three .if t rust nIilstgs, ...> amidetermine tobe
ng the tumblers and opened his lIe hurried to taxi- lonely. as he glimpsed the stampon hil, head w lieu ho dodged./ .! To 11. """fnt <
pace. next room opened A uniformed,, send 1 (downnliiin. am) get( a Miimplu' t aMHenHid' gal rust Hie uonnolldateddlNlrlet I
door. cab stand two blacks down. Fortunately the NrOIer.'hy., that loultn Dicer led two men Into the morn from I the of the Wllltum r."lel onto 1 d mail point in grillwork I'. i". :f'roxhy .

)eslrlng to Impress him that a cab was waiting/ there I'ke tho package of hills! I fitacl.D'l Tom almost rpoko out In surprise Horn stiff, ton, Let me know the and bo j Jet ked fitim unyono'shead .1. li. rnderhlll.. ...

was familiar with the hotel's for he would have to work fast and put I In the hol'-l BarOI' bunk recognizing Jerd \Perkins and the result aa quick ns you cnn." this cup would have to he onsomeone's V.. A. UrowiiliiK.Av .
t I4.
ilness the bandit said "Hand now. It was after four. lIe gave deposit before I left work. lust night clerk at the hotel where he A half hour Inter Norman walked head" mighty I I firmly.I I'. A. ..InhiiM.If J.hnN.' .

the second drawer to the left. the: driver an address within a evt .ing." also) was employed. Into Ueurdon's ofllcu. "Como along.: I llcnneHHPy jei'lied I U I riil.rMl, !
___ "
.. the Win. Oliver.
iit's I tho cash one." block of Tom Case's rooming Yeah. Only carelmu'y' le- prlHoner to t the door. .
you < }" this the mean who stuck up "Those hair I dux out of the t
'he clerk shot him a penetra- house. ,1 posited it In your suitcase In'lt""l: the hotel?" brown inp don't' match hines lab A dob of fury from/ Jerd. 1715112.u"'U - ....

glance over his shoulder, but Dismissing the taxi he' turned It was a neat stick-op and you Tho hotel clerk spoke hesitatingly. plod 'Tom Cune.' I However one of To I Ihlrik a perfect plot had: been 1 ot1 !'1' 'I, IllviNotice 'itt.u T' tn

d sank his chin lower into his the corner and walked to Tom's were well disguised. Had to spoiled{ and hu h 10S e.lf flapped d $454
/ question "It looks like him. He had t them does' come. from till stiff because la her..hv given that Nittyday ._ IM
,t collar. Between his collar rooming 'house. With a hasty the night clerk to get: him to'' on a brown rap and dark gray overcoat downHtiiliH. hut the other two are a tap did not Itl! after diit"' hereof, on to-wlt; .

il I the visor of his cap there glance up and down the street he admit the stickup man was about all right: and he was about orph a 05." ( Covyrfh.: 1 1929.! Newspaper' ) Fiction the I, I tin nth diiy I of I-'el.runry.eui'utur A. l>of. l I in.h : : _. 33.42 43,11 '

i little revealed to Identify the let himself in soundlessly with a your build and might have been the same build." UcHrdon Hlioved' his chair: back I Hervlie ) will of 1II..I..d I. 1"'Y, 1..rK"1"".".- _? 11 "

iidlt in the half light of the dim pass key which ho had made from ; you because he was thoroughly fa- Iteardon turned to J..r<1. "And from lute> desk. "Then someone besides ..n. '1..a..I. wil I ',,present mrvoiichum -_' !*..
and titus ax such*
iby for Jerd kept back beyond a wax impression that he gained I mallur with the hotel's business.: you ?" the dead man and Tom Case :." J iHI: tiTitit: exerutor to t tie I Honorable. lien.u.

bright light swinging above on one of his fequent VlslllI'l We might never have tripped you "It's him all right"/ \ he responded has had that cup' on lila head and 0.i'ul'"I 11cr." Couiiiy I JudKe. of Drailfontcounty ,, . ._ in
n k for hlH -
adding machine. Stepping softly the except for that tip from look In f'lrcult Court, Ywontv-HUIh' Jiidlrlal 1" In.1 approval
on your positively. I'm going: to find out who. and,, my dlnnim-go- a* xuh
circuit at.ll,
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'Hurry," he barked viciously\ stopped outside Tom's door and out. It's always tough to lay : "Take off that cap" Ueardon or- Ho strode. I Into the hall and t..I"rl.. In t'hntnery., County exe< .tor" ,
'the Sib iiy| nf iec.mnt-r,
laving no other choice the listened his ear to the crack. hands on the amateur. Ain't got dered. proHHed the lieU for the jail ele Complainant.II. It 'l'hmel' .. 'A.'hll. IIIJ1. -. i.,n

rk handed up the money box. Someone across the hall\ was any description or fingerprints to Dumfounded at the identification vator. Upstairs ho went straightto V" WI.T.l.\r' H. HTp\I'fnS.. .

eplng him covered w'th one snoring stentoriousiy, but no work from. Wcjll; next time your Tom remained rigid till n>nr- the cell where Tom Cuwa was sitting Mi'*.I)1'lllle, Cone, Widow, et it I. Large""e.Ln'tftevenaon.MII of ,, '.. I. _::1.,

nd, Jerd lifted his overcoat<<: sound came from Tom's room. He description and prints')] be In the don barked his order a second diatonaolalely on the hard It appearing'f".da. by "ld.l,1 filed In U.S,9.

ket up with the other. must be sleeping: quietly. Jerd's flies all right all right: time. lied the above ..,... tr ..... ,n mortK -
a it"', that I the dv" llm Mouthcm I 111 i inrii: l(' \'I ioroii n,'
"Slide' It out of the box Into breath quickened aa he slipped a Tom listened with dawning understanding. "Why, If. Tom Case?" Jerd exclaimed "Case" Heardon called. Cotton t Oil I I Company.ndlnl. ,',r,im''raI -- ...t \ KII.INotlci : : > ,_ l*." '

pocket.<<: long, thin pair of tweezers Into lie had been so excited 1 with well simulated hor- Tom came to the bars uncertainly I Ion' nod Arthur T, Vanilerblli and lit, *

'he clerk tipped the box. The the keyhole and gripped the key and, happy he had not bought ror. "It's a mistake It couldn'thave I I'Hoiiihern. O.t VV'llNort Cotton I, re 11< elverH u'.r/lU.Y./' for alno the NeWMOin*, I hi.holder hereby of given Tax[ Cwrllflcat that It. A. .4. t.

ids of bills and change, some Tom had turned Inside the room a newspaper that day. From the been Mm." "Who hat. a grudge: againstyou Kndlrott I JohnMon rporntlori.; : I ..a 1st. No. Zlfl. Hh( iliiy of July, A. D, 1427.!

It rolled ready for bank de- before retiring. Everything depended detective's conversation It was Ueardon eyed him sharply. Did ?" he asked sharply In Florida another' IIOHU,>tate atldrei tban I the Htate of has Hied mild, i',(.rtlllcate' In my ottlc.
Ink..wn. and inude ui ul I iuI I Ion for tax deeil
,It, tumbled Into his pocket till on his making an entrance plain that the hotel had been rob n't you just Identify him" "Why, no one that I know of. that' I h.r. I. no pernon In I h. utateof |issue thereon a.cnrdanc with.

buldged and sagged. Backing without Tom's knowledge. bed last night and he was being "Yes, but that was before Captain Itfanlon, will\I you pleuHO l.,..1lold.. ., wUotn t the I ,iierylie would blinl of a ph aub-I hi ,. lavy., Halil, deftrrtljed e.'rtlftcntu property" uiiihruren eltuated thifoltowltiv -

the door Jerd opened It behind He waited listening Intently, accused of the robbery. But the knew who was under that cap."II let me send a telegram to tirade?" tht Maid di'fendantM. that dlllirenti Bradford (county Florida to-

11. then turned the key with the whole thing was absurd. lie had he lied IImo thly. "Oh no, It \ he pleaded anxiously.' ,',ari the h u gmltrou ml I Iniiulry, I of the hats laid been i) defendantM : wit Went: half or f.i't" 4. 9, It, nik.

'If you move before ten mln- tweezers a bit at a time. It made retired early had not been out of I n't be Tom." I Reunion' eyes lighted with a cannot bn obtained.It 28 UvlnifKton ',uby & 11.,,*. Addition -

s my pal across the street will scarcely a sound. Turning the his room till morning. Tom flung him a grateful look. now thought/ "Who wu your rival aId l I.o.r..d".I.(h..f.,,the ordered Hiuhern, that Cotton the- to,|itiartvr Htarke Hettlon In' Went. 2l half! TownshIp of NortheaHt 4Houth -

ot you down like a dog" he knob gently he pushed the door Then Tom recalled the package Ho had known a moment of white-I for Oracle?" Company, a corporation, am] ) llanite, 2:1: Kant.The .

led. open. After a moment he made of bills the detective had flashed I hot rage against Jerd, for which "Well all the boys at home were "Arthur on, an T.receivers V.'t"I for and'the C Houtherii; ',VII- th aMMeHNmeiit,,* said ,", of cain. wits

nut Jerd had misjudged< biB out the outlines of Tom Case under declaring he had found It In hisS I he was deeply regretful; now. crazy about Oracle but she only Colon 'Ml Company, and aluo Kndl- ..d.r the name of 'rlr..I. .

n. A paper weight was on thek. the covers of the bed oppo- tease., He had locked that pack- "Thanks Jerd" he managed> to I liked me and Jerd. Perkins." Ih.y are J.hnlon hereby torporatlon required to do appearIn and l'nl".1 itcconlinir mild ..srtlrlvuii., to law shall, tax be deed re

Grasping it the clerk flung site. The sound of hla deep age of currency, or one very like I' say "Jerd Perkins, ? The man who the hil of romplalnt* flied II thl. r..m.wil ., thereon on the 3rd day

[straight at Jerd's head. Jerd breathing wan distinct. It, In the safe, before he left. ,I "You can go now," the captain Identified you a moment ago?" day cause of.Feb'lay."I before A,M..mday 1'HO: the other-3rd fiated February.this A.3rd It. da-1030.of January, ir

,ked. The weight sailed harm- Sliding In-jlde Jerd hastened to How could It have been found In told the two.shortly. "Yes. But what has who liked wine . . ," .Raid' bll will A. L>. '

;I,. through the door. But In the chair on which stood one of his suitcase? An angry red 1I0od-1 I When the door closed behind Oracle to do with my predicament be I taken!I. further an ronfeeeed urderetl by that y,."Ihla or Clerk 131.O.of Circuit. W.Court ALDEnMAN., Hradford(8KAU ,

a grilling which decorated the hla departure, its lid open to rei told himself. This was a-what I took the cap from him and tried Without replying Iteardon strode ford four tonaecutlv County T.I..raph.... In a the".,Brad. .. nian h. Alitcrmaa, t>. C I

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished it the Itate. tttnrney (;'-11' i i '

k 'I From Other Pens I Pad H Davis, .ulvlslnR all .i .uatt url ;

1K77 nMrB, cot "V Bupprlnt'I Ita. I .
and achO' I board me nil.. - -
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Seeded ( ... Ma, 1,103" fr. a ,..............a. tone hat the board tl id school ,

....r.. T........... Why sail must BO adjust their annual) inj
Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida 'all lost' ".... stuck flute AMNy j a* to PI ,hl.. them t" p >

Matthews Owner and I"u' FinhetrJ. ..a tell rare that jolly ',lap _h year t' i expenses ni n I-
K. t.lord.ev m ........ for that M'tir, until .i

C. Robinson Managing Bdit.rSUHSCUIITION --.......- promote court lecision rc-c i 111' .
The eN do" lass tit" tudscred beaded I down. 'he court held H I, > '

HATE to as too so" aN ..... lb"weer the _alllutlot does not pi-iim,

Ie the rood go .....- I tae .....n..e ol Interest hi'.uin
Yearly $ !..>(); Six Months, 7.>c-Payable In .td.aeceAdvertising !<
hates Application .-. tar -eM.' am font ,, outcry to carry HchooN. l I..IK 1 .

'l l ; ac_ ....-. i I Worth Herald. tj

New Year resolutions are as battered a. hat faiTa ... I 7reai.r:;.; ..:rU ..... Ie as r"'K..II- I-;Murder r

--It- ...... am %@me borstal fie flowswt :| A Cowrwctlculouth serving ". >

If there in anything in a name, Ruth Cbotterifw shaudd I ..a red Tbw oftm'M role Ier," ijr flays on th Oadsden count \
boom as s a"." load son" eseel. ,
toad pug for b< .itliiK a train rid l
make a hit with talkies. I .. tr.p7.- .. WIle in as- : weo sdtst and k lied when In.n,'
o .,itp-.bsrt... f.s, .
tafaptod to e ca >. The law m i

If necessities should pay a *al. tax ot vast p.rerul. ....1 -; I be is.tlaawl In riding this In'.n \
A aim lust.. 4 111117 ....... p......r for rldli r a iraln willwiltp.y.ssmt. /I
uries should pay two percent.So .s0.. seam to IIIIfIJ .. aswpeamefilings. : t. but It s only human t.,'

o I Too mom" 440 sub out wed ..... that 1M J. IK? wild inn.>..> iilit 1

far no connection has: Wen shown hatwoells tiles Yi !flood M M ... rest war Saco Pent .1.1i 1 mar Bom* day If' taught: ti '11 1:milamed ,
!i erpdoor.. eels craw .... -, mftoa from hume rldinu; ii-! .
monkey farm and Florida politics. 1 i.'.......
o 'i 'I }mtm. hand him i like cnti>n. >. "Ii

t See tielia be a prst.psr.tss else | taw r HMI.. stets r,Telegraph
Tarpon Springs sponged on the Ratio t > the eNa se j .
.... rot ...... fast the law d M not justify ,Hi
nearly $200,000: for this winter's *qu ew of i ftpM/es. i.JII'1w. MM MM mr Aver ft et heavy penalty I r riding a 11.1.M. 1 i

o mm lips oft *1*>m .. ...... ....' ...,me' Nor dot's '
,... is mini Minialffstttdmrb lavatTr kill IK of this nut .
With the Daldwin-JackiMMiville ruM widened to 49 ....i /trs femme jrowlht another jut

there'll bo six cars trying to paw where two passed ...... ---....- turned the par Innne to nun''I ,

.o I The ......,.. ..... ...... atwsfhtrd ether ,.1I'h.., _
.-r..1It[ to I lmhle Inloinii
Poultryman advise to bring up yuHr rfcir- in fife wrthey MM w tar bow...a.... ef..reperys.edl.s Nvhttbiv .i ties fomlHff out f (Indadi'ii < ''unijr

should go. And when they're old tbojrH tM ..... So for .urns. ... hoes t51sM- q taw Cneneetlu t youth win 'u' .'
.. . atta ..4lBik to etpe when slid t in,
road. send Comedtr .- ... ... wfirh I
I. the b rk. It U .itt d the buy 11.ul
ruew.t1M 4 or fJMt out i
.ttlMa delftlltltttr.hM. ,... ... era sod boom Incarcerate 1 with another ,iml '
If Fort Meade puts on a "Corn Pontlvrf" Ewalt spot -1 dr arswr. i whose term ex! pi
planned there'll be a lot of people att.rnHHr win .k Mot gem .. 1! forarr WB kill I. "
Aa 'M boy a n had served In
for .dtmd rev.s eowmniok .....1
green corn.Shuffleboard J time wa leavd the lamp II i
..... togsw.tod u..r.w' Comics ,
o ( stated the youtl .vho wan shot n" Ii t
t. mu as ..atranodkwwycodes atdM
killed was runn Il after his pad I i I.' II.'fl" I'mot
is proving popular in South f'htritoM assommews with the .... aA : sat him to dent i telegram tn ,Inrwhktivm ,
pee.tep tea regime ............ Tay.pwfb :
and shufTJ< along is a statewide pastime since the deaJMm MIJ; In Con '". lent stating In
.w "=sled .... __ .no"'
1929 auto .tags. '..._ ..... ....--..... "- id. ,( _ffir. would expire next tilt
-0 - .. .- f caul b. acton w 'i'.1 he honiffar "
0 i on as wi know these fit" t-- '
Drive out over the county and get acquaints wit ieirt Me .eo b.r base essr.sbto .......10..1,. huviwi not been publish '1
aupr.o dare Ow gksso M the
ea p-
system of lateral roads and have your eye opened at tNt buS rapes .* ........ 96M p i Mat the con i- t guard prompt I. ,
hr was given hi liberty when tin
widespread fields of husky strawberry bushes. i tie et.Jnes .. .Ms belittler -1 "
waa prrrrtTll I..I I to the conn n II.
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7rfreropb owsw aweltla..ewbs.brd
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o Mrfart b Th .hnotlllIIrnl"'d '.I I
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:!I. great deal of illnK In (iid'-ili uVeevely , ""t;
Jacksonville Journal points out that poll ten**** pay ami! noibn lea.Kserb.ts. J .
1 where litM was 'hurut'll'rl7.'d iI
adds that violators of traffic ordinances not f.... Cbar- .. "
are : ....11.... tnurs r The death mis I I.
............... stalm teat.MIN '{
tesies shown the visitors always pay dividend 'I. youth reciIMHT , the Martin T I
....... saw ..ttat.ssd e.idd.rsMy ..- 1
0 by ......... ........ ___ I,i teas when .utol her hoyI. .
bestowal to death convict
"Make the world a bit more beautiful and fcat4ar he- for t bee .......... to 11th.. __. n u i snuffsme '
you a4no bad !><>. 'I sent up for In .i'
tLeMi .-.... wan nil ad up .....
cause you have lived in it, and a more appropriate
not bo found for carving on llok Singing Tower. '... .... io ns twwe ............ bet That costs w n the subject nl ,
...Wath'. lnvakorknl < Ixallun.( It" d l t.
o swdwe mar a was .. ... Wen-
taI1I8 t 1- nation.d.
abuts Aeearsae.He. .
School boy asks how far to the rcntr i* a r1eRr ais51jtwdjsupposed : i r- tkvlr )ill 1 inltarlan asp,'. i
.I ,a.- tblikia Florida
to be from a battle. To arrive at the oe.ratt alnpllw'1the i lts.e K .--.r ill\ nn um u
"'Wybew a ...... out biom.. M dh.des. : r.putatit "t among the stiuiItarbarons
battle range should be added to the pod *f Ellis ......., i io af ta* nation : .Ilid I
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dermal truest lire some of l h.
ud fats .... OmskA I

Decision by the state road department to ,....... ,.IJ rsha aged is 1u.1.. eked J-Iuu BB applied. Florida.. A110,,
a* tar a Ih' lul >Ht outrtmiinly I-
started in 1029 before starting new on_ .ia a droll ..... Aw Aa a poem ace !rags...-.. appJo. >' the si.iii I I Iu
r H A M T1tM.Vfmal'wfi
unfinished road is of little service in a .tat.-wi4t. 51tstgvsw.. dome nothing >,Hit it. .*M>i' I 1,
II. Jeehsmatfile 11.11.
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Editors attending the Central Florida 'k o. she book 46. ........ to .leadart. -- 1)--_
Kxpxiitiwt at OrInndo .. ,
1lixhtu i\ :\o.H
next month will be gue U of the city at a 11 p. m. poor soft red ba.wftp ... l The pcoKrmm iint Is being IH.I nlri

breakfast. Karl Lehmann is evidently the joker in this ..... ; .,.A ...... uttlm. lift ...... si.aswM It Ml **.. MMUitMax thou Of Illllln" I|'

o kiss oboe ..arty.- Mtm --tH.. uluika-Lako C'II'
tflnMr5 Newt.-1 truly remniU.ihi!
Property owners do not have to Mate antnant of .se- ,.... ....... ftm"w best Sum i..1 P Psr \ wtaw of the li uige of odium

ance carried in making up their tax list fur the irtl..efutr. CAL fob Is titede. tit an lbs lap.Miof !!1 tva4iBB4 mad tti Inunclul dills ul!
she vem boot..a ... fwd .. I'. tht hare ppod tho Htati''
Peter O. Knight: advises. and concurred in by Altral ........ a-. Mons f.. ton ...... ii ...1! NeedwtrfacIitcording to .1

Davis. ..... anti "" w s. Ie ..... ....... Mm app. II' In this n, .,

o of allow ..utbfmwbea ....... wish ,. Mpw yaaerda) ill he compli .1|
...... albs. low ,.. I
Iie tram seed Tows br 51st-rday 11 In of thlHI ',
St. Petersburg Time may he rt.fet In Ha at.t_... Malt .
the ..-- wnrfbwd t'+retyThttleo I ..... Lake But 'r to within twsa
ti a dimple is only a weakness in the m.uu"r 4ItIMtIt. of *a' no Ahm mbotlw Iy.aaulafmmeet' dew-halt m. 4 of Gramlln \t

face, but that's nothing compared t. a..*** vwoubpo n III, a du-Ma's at ....... ge ow thaat time. v the use of tv- ..
die atlttulspot Use Msd. sleds of Rood fir< road, < onn'IllRhway -
falling for it.National. i!151.1 111- I ........ .M eta No l I IIa i

--0 !! __Brtat. th li
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Geographic Mageaitee lam siren 1 flslfida tMsr ihtlrt; ...Mp.. ewe ...:. f"I seal M.t. III*,, 'U>- No. 2 at Kl I ,. .

bit of .ape Nap Monte r. IP f a o nhto& 1 n..tIIa sway drlalvway \ direct to the n'i .
publicity received from any ttrw FilM!. idosity In. ,
cod t" toed trem sea" sebe taw o the state 1..11ilili 1
its last issue: being devoted to i1ha8traUoM sled sleet tattle {'- goon MaMMr'. 1.1 Schema b ..tillsa rq/I through foreign nf

lating to the state.If .... ... Irwin" teh1e.... shad poor .* the rah two per in.nn, ,
lbs reason srSlS.. .as ko. boost 4.H.. law hue mil ist season
0 bow III shelf ..... w ,IasRlkrr tit" I. TW ultimate isii rn terminn .
we paid more attention tai the punch and ail rbori.. sea rallMr ......- tbs highway la Atlantic u i .'"

machines displayed openly for taking the nifhis land Ow.. seam as ...... submitH apepmtwa MIl I Ia: Fide. Iteatrocre li. and so fur m>

from the ... M Ie lswsee ...... '14IftIIIte { has been made
away youngsters perhapM trlthrr fonpw of f.wi .
J the Lnha.l.s. r .. ... i- Ik* Motion r "ending from -air "
would not be so attractive to them in later J'eMII.o th... sue roof add same dw r11L'1 i Mt oil than the -.1.l .

wait) br 0.5, 4lMdss floe .f hv4 by F' filer county i'i

There is j ..-. .f whl i have not sot I I. '
nothing with .
wrong tate that
a eaR predwand W Abw III ........ as fed betaklow rn Intv.

ship six carloads of strawberries in one duty fa tile le sigh fill I -..-.. ..... @moored by sap Omi.tsbia to, The New Itboraa i

January says the Arcadia Arcadian. And then situp ..... tai e t_- ews M the ..gams.. : .... baa I. money in rh.kook .
dreds of additional : isms .. ....... t. biter.. Variant,I i. With whl. to build HH end
cars heronthe leave
snow the north
am .....isstas brit raserw. Isla of the bdahway and the onlru' '
o ..-1"'" ..... ef slab tests dy pow H'. .e tIN be in pv nips during tin ,nothe

E Author of helpful hints to motorists n-comnunAi Jlwrk- i .... a in aeruuu 0 .. sea door ....1 t ......| year J innm county aim "'r

ing cars on a down grade in case the starter It'tt"JI bad she tfce .... ores t" p.M1lri.u. eAo :: boo as _atlnl, fed stretch from
.tltit r ... mown saw Mn. blame I flsrnbeao I" p. 1I1I ka. all of which
ccr will roll of its 0\\ n accord until the engine start. In Ut nonstop a. puresp, .....e.PM" .1.1I. {, boa .... fired t In fact i-iiRi I _

country we recommend taking a d"wn grade along with your bntaesM R ... -.nIl k: -.. have r* carted the entlrt Ar,
repair kit.Radio. ..4 aMeus reasons mwss err ...4lpatfw i I..a,. grader from I'alatka to
_... 1._. else r..yre.Aw. I. Labe CMy. tbUImportant K.'liiK one of I lit tit
o I litr ass be ...... Npwtlli t o "'.1 ostry ,uion why hard Ana

fans should come to the aid of Old Man Hender :, .r.- at SM venoms atwa, "I i -r..iBf Biust4r speeded in 'II 1-S

son operating on a frequency of 600 cuss word over tatinXWKII. ; aM voomoume .... misrtks .... *. ..' .the Investmeii 4 i
-I (1 Within will twelve monthlanowdine -
He is at least original and his cotTee U a darn sight ..,.. 1- 'mooa..r I' la p sent Indication, .'

more refreshing that the sloppy so-called musical programs i best ......... raw dMlife. j i: taus through moo I. from 'the flail I
rendered without rhyme 'Y M abs .loon .na..a.asste wed M the Kent "i'4"t will be nld .t u
reason or variety by other Mattwn .'
...... Ie ... aft.omb" bw.s aM .4 ka Ik* Nat Important com

I o altspaM of a.m. ILUJ todoh. ptnem4 state ?ruiighfareH n

Los Angeles chamber of commerce notifies Senator .. twoam at ammo... a" is .AI .... a .>> .mount of tourist I

r Fletcher that it is wholeheartedly behind him in hi efforts ; bell al tats tome, .. Mass i..ttt/t Mm1te ser.r I St Johns. river

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I. ow %ww" .r .a 1 suet n .w tow fttalpe at Pal. I. thereby t nab
for an appropriation to complete eradication of the Mod- M M .. ., aM .1.. ... '.a.pose... show P-aasn* niiiy through

fly in Florida. Yet some Florida grove owners ofHMte any Amd ..p .,.
further appropriation and their explanations why are a* dearas .... .." t. ' _.... ..... .... aud ....... tet the $1 Olin
a e/matld.c r 4 .... + .
-si m w- oar .K etfMSAe.b N
mud. Bradford is out of the orange section but it i* vital- t"w Ps. wild. r. ..1 station : '.

interested. in seeing government retain control until theMedfly Msra r. .f. ..a ... ....._ Ams C"v....) South K'oil

is exterminated. This county certainly doe not want It loa /r .eater .., "we.". ." .. wed ke pk. l In more-direi'
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It star. .e .a __ .. '
tit -eisSaft. a tale state
other states rap
to quarantine against its shipment of ..
straw +\4- I -II.duo w.v.. tatr'fa. sass -'I asfate university C
M yh berries and vegetables, which can and will be done should T.. ... .... h...., .. It !18 Irlsrtat 'al the remain. ..arr.t'

.1 the government relinquish its battle against the peat.. oe eke be b a* quickly as 7
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LBradford County Established 1877 Telegraph EIE1, j lattorneys of Fred the H. state.Davis, county Is hO'I-'I around townWell I Ever since 1 was a kid I -

- .. .. .. --- ants, and school board members ------------... have admired Mr. W. L.Douglas' Q \

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class !May 1930 be a prosperous one. that the board and school districts I ladles meaning no offence }
must so adjust their annual Incomes picture. 1 chidt'trealize .J
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. Starkct Telegraph. Why wait but we will certainly be glad
till May---Avon Park Sun. And as to enable them to pay 1 the narcissus season Is over. Of until had this picture ;

S. Matthews, ._ .__ ________ __.____-_ Owner and PublisherJ. may no one tell you that July.--- up each year the expenses of the I course, bridge parties are nice and
Clermont Press HvhooU for that year under a su all that, but when It comes to dec- made that I pretty ; .

Robinson __ ___ ___ ___ Managing Editor am
C. . __ .h.__ -0- premo court decision recently orating with "baskets of lovely

The old days. are often referred handed down. The court held that narcissuses," It just takes all the near as bald as he was when d1l

SUHSCHII'TION RATE to as tho good old days. They the constitution does not permit I), joy out of the occasion for us,

were--In the good; old days.- the issuance of Interest bearing that's all. There \IIJ nothing that he had his taken .

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Starkp Telegraph.: With the accent time warrants or bonds to raise I makes a linotype operator loose so reckon"I '
be old however
getting Ito
Well I must ; ,
Advertising: Rates on Application on the "old."-New Port money to carry on schools.-Lake much hair as whether or not there
f just like a lot ot the old boys around here, I still hav.
.. Hlcliey! Press. Worth Herald I are two s's or one In narcissusesor
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young ideas. And while I am on the subject of old men
---0- It be "z.
--o perhaps might even a
New Year resolutions are as battered as last fall's lid. e with young Ideas, I want to take this opportunity to tell
Trolley cars with rubber In the Legalized l :MimlrrA
r, you that I have a bunch of nice /suits In stock that I am
---r) wheels are being tested In Penn- Connecticut A narcissus by any other name -
youth serving six- selling at 25 % oft and If you need a. suit now is the tlm
If there i is anything in a name, Ruth Chatterton should sylvania. Then they'll run for ty days on the Gadnden county: would smell as sweet but Itwouldn't to buy one. And to go with this suit I have some nifty
hours tit a stretch and make no be quite so hard to spell.
make a hit with talkies. road gang: for beating a train ride Shirts that run In price from $1 to $1.95 that can't be'
Tlmen-Unlon. Who is
go- was shot and killed when he at- beat. I forgot to mention that our Men's Shoes run in
o Ing to stretch them? When two of these little flowers -
tempted to escape. The law maybe price from $3 to $5 In the Endicott Johnson Line and $:>

If necessities should pay a sales tax of one percent, lux- --0- justified In providing this heavy get toRether'sdme; authorities" to $8 In W. L. Douglas Shoes. So It matters not how
A firm of Kansas City undertakers penalty for riding a train without spell the combination "narcissi
uries should two percent.So I your finances are I can come pretty near flU In' your"
}pay while others Insist "narclssus-
offers to bury all policemen payment but it Is only human to pocketbook
o tree. You might cut thin out and hope that 'the judge who' imposedIt ses." Personally we prefer tho
There Is no use talking about old ladles because now- >-
hand It to the cop who gave you a Rome day be caught n thousand former spelling as no conversa-
far no connection has: been shown between the Yale may days they all look young to me; I can't tell them apart t
ticket the other tionalist with false teeth can say
parking day.- miles from home riding the
farm and Florida But I am going to say this to you ladles, that you can i-fi-"
monkey politics. narcissuses without the
Clearwater Sun I rods and an equally merciless I giving one talnly add to your appearance by wearing the famou
unpleasant sensation! of listening
o -0- judgo hand him a like sentence on
which all shades
ONYX Hosiery we carry in and pricesService
Tarpon Springs sponged on the nation to the extent of May! 19.10: be a prosperous one. the roadi. --Starke Telegraph. to a peanut whistle on an uphill weight Is $1.50; Chiffon with French heel +< i r
Bradford I But the law does not justify this grade. II
County Telegraph.
double pointed' heel $1.65 and $1.95 and by the jva> I
nearly $200,000::: for this winter's squeeze of sponges _Why wait till !\fay.-Avon Park heavy penalty for riding a. train : forgot to mention that-we have a pure thread fulr-fuH),
without Nor does the Rut after all getting this fragrant -|
-0 Sun. Kxper'ally when Its always I payment. : loned hose made by Munsingwear for $1.19. And I me.nIt's "
law fusffy killing of this unfortunate blossom In the papers In really -
June In Miami flench.-Miami\ I ; -
hose have been buying for $l.nn
as good a as you
With the Baldwin-Jacksonville road widened to 40 feet '
Reach Sun. youth yet another Judge i not so hard on the linotype operator -
Now that I have gotten all that off chest let's offer
my :
there'll be six cars trying to pass where two parsed before. -0-- turned tho guard loose to murder as on the proof reader. No up
little for of sunshine which
a !prayer plenty means plenuof
I other youths.! II lintoyplst can be bluffed by a I little
The country's model prison at strawberries and you know the rest.:
According to reliable Informa- syllable word and when he
Kalforil will build emergency
Poultryman advises to bring up your chicks in the way' landing Held for Probably tion coming out of Gadsden ( pets; Ah rough with narcissuses It IU ht< Hero WIDI)

they should go. And when they're old-they'll still cross the I for one-way sky trafllo. Bradford ty the Connecticut youth 'onl1-j la just as likely to be narcetaln- I for tin I'n-t STERNBERG'STHI
brtimph as not, nnd that Is
County Tl.'leKI'aph.'hlrh attempting to escape when U> Warn TO PI.K.VM: :
the back. It is stated the boy( had tho proof reader conies In. ,: JtEII.\I1I STORE
way-coming In or going out?-- I
---0. South Jacksonville Journal. In and been Incarcerated with another lad ---e. -=-.a -... =-.a-
If Fort Meade puts on a "Corn Festival" next spring as down. whose term expired on the day the While turning the paces" of 'VebBter's '
International wit -- --
planned there'll be a lot of people attending who do not care o- former was killed. softly I ,
As the boy who had served his moan "Oh what has become of nitcii.

for green.corn.Shuffleboard. Bradford county commissioners: time was leaving the camp It is the old fashioned rose?" Report on T. E. A.- I'mr.
have ic stated the youth who was shot and
o-- Work---Mrs. C. S. Laird.C. .
call an extraordinary session of
Helpful l IIIlltM to Hourcwivr's
killed was running after his pal to
is proving popular in South Florida towns, tho legislature with t the view of ask him to send a telegram to his blhlussetl.I! yi -. S. Laird, Mrs. G. A..4n1!

passing tax relief legislation. They son, Miss Olive Ray, ,,
and shufflcalong is a statewide pastime since the deadline on relatives In Connecticut stating his Cohen and his iumiiy sat down (
specifically mention the sales ....... mlttee. A
gross; The State I. 8<>rnp lloi>k"
1929!) auto tags. sentence would expire next day to d'nner on Sunday. To his three ,
tax. South Jacksonville Herald.
and he soon would he home. boys Cohen said: "Now children, It 1red nose peals It's SUNSHINE -
---0No --
-0 -- So far as we know these facts which of you would vant It a nickel if it don't it's MOONSHINE Edward William Bok. Hi'

Drive out over the County and get acquainted with our one has'! been mean enoughto previously have not been publish instead of meat for dinner?" author, phllanthrop'st: who n
suggest that the fires at the
cap- ed. But the convict guard promptly Each the three decided In favorof from a poor Belgian Imnilca
system! of lateral roads and have your eyes opened at the Itol Is a part of Hoover's plan to -- '
was given his liberty when the the cash settlement BO Mrs. Cohen boy to a position of fume a
If this demand for dressed rab-
widespread fields of husky strawberry bushes. give employment to idle labor.-
wealth, died at his Mountain
to the In La
case was presented court put the meat away. Then she
Starke Telegraph. Mr. Hoover'srevllers ( bit continues, all of our beat hairdressers -
o overlooked a bet.-Dun- Tallahassee. The shooting arouseda brought In the pie and put iron will be working In butcher home near Lake Wales, Thurs(!;
great deal 1 of feeding In flaiUden( the table. The funeral was held at the B
Jacksonville Journal points out that politeness pays and nellon Sun.Wauchiilu. shops.
county where It was characterized "Now my children, inquired Co- tower Saturday where a adds that violators of traffic ordinances are not felons. Cour- -0- "legalized murder" The death of I hen," 'how many of you vants a crypt at the edge of the m lain" h

tesies shown the visitors'always pay dividends. Advocate states that this youth recalls the Martin Ta- nickel's worth of pie?"-Kxchaugo. Don't go around with a chip on been built for the last rest)

I their streets were brightened considerably ber case when another boy was your shoulder unless you are sUl'eyou place of the builder" of the fame

Q by college students home beaten to death In a convict camp can go a ROUND. singing tower-the dream of I

"Make you the world a bit more beautiful and better be- for Wauchula the holidays. In other during words, [Ho also had been sent up) for beating there, mothers rAnd you have life becoming! the monument e1."

cause you have ]lived in it," and a more appropriate verse could heir stay?Starke was well Telegraph.lit up We his way on a train. tho solution for the problem of ., And If you like mathematics, death. -

That case was the subject of a lowering last month's bill. you might try to llgure out how It -
: grocery
not be found for carving on Bok Singing Tower. said the town was brightened but
legislative investigation Its de- happens there are so many wag- ftOTKK UK C.I .HUH.\\ M\IK:.
we didn't say It was lit up'Vanchuma -
o tails shocked the nation Aside Do you read O. O. Mclntyre's gin. tongues and so few wagons. -

School boy asks!\ how far to the rear is a rear admiral Advocate.-- from t their humanitarian a pecta "New York Day by Day?" More unrlerKiicncil Notice IM hereby(In aril Ian given for I Ihn(> ,.,,01 b I i

these things give Florida an unenviable than likely you do. Mr. Sletntyro Most of the who think 1'.1 I tee, Minor hair of th. i iof u:
supposed to be from a battle. To arrive at the correct answer Ilb"ut It, IVIU'rs? reputation the states Is the poor saps Julian Moore. Derauned, IV''" Iclay" t
"""hen it comes to kissing In the among probably most widely read they are drowning their sorrows after dHte pieof< m.the i
the battle range should be added to the speed of his boat. dark" of the nation : "Barbarous": and columnist. writing today. Millions wake up to find that they were 24th'day of February ,t I i I' ,
"darkest KusHle" of the grab their i apply to the IlonoraUlo tied \ <..
are some
o Said the witty one, morning papers and I only paralyzing them. diner' coiintv: JudHre of !111'! i lf,
epithets applied to Florida. And, frantically turn to the Day by Day I county, Florida, at' his olllta r i i
Decision by the state road: department to finish projects "A homely girl is Just as good in far the court hoUHe In the t'ltv of: ,
so as latest outtage column where with bated breath
"" One of the BIGGEST exhibits at .
As for
a pretty one 1"1 an order to '
started in 1929 before starting new ones .is a good one. An -P. II. A. In Times-Union. concerned apparently the state they read such exciting Items as: the Central Florida Exposition to private mile, all of the un I ,

unfinished road is of little service in a state-wide network. doing nothing about It. South "Up betimes and to breakfast on a be held in Orlando. Feb 18th to right lenetal' title I Lee and In Interest and to nf the sod fllog 'l 1' >

; I I Oon't Kill Yourm-lf! Jacksonville Journal. sliced banana and. raisin. bran, 27th, will be KARL LEHMANN. ; described lands to wit
0 .
-- filling.! I HouthenHt quarter of South; \ i
"It's the bunk--this kissing In the -oIlighway--- very quarter. Section Thirty-flve, T i
Editors attending the Central Florida Exposition at Or- dark" 10. 2H Among the FAMOUS FEET as ship Six Smith Range TwttliM,

lando next month will be guests of the city at a 11 p. m. press Says (the knowing guy, The progress' that Is being; madein All of which leaves us cold and yet overlooked by the writer of Kant more or containing IOHH, and. lying In: all and foil T Tliradforil h-)' .i

breakfast. Karl Lehmann is evidently the joker in this deck. "A pretty girl, the darkest night; the construction of Highway! we morning cannot"help 11', but hope that some BLUE JAY corn plaster ads are Thin 24th County Day ,of Florftla.January. 1 l' i iKUdRNU

You'll knuw--they satisfy." No. 28-the, Palatka-Lake City McIntyre will arise Sdiiare Running, Lineal Webbed, ; I.KE
o --0- Short Iloute -Is truly remarkableIn "betimes" and find he has a slight Clubbed and Dirty. Ouardlan for Ovid tienern; ,

Property owners do not have to state amount of insurance The olllclal fool-killer has another view of the change of administrations touch of Indigestion. Jjn12t.tlt.22L

job In waiting on the Inventorof and the financial dlillcul- The sponge diver Js just About -
carried in making their tax list for the Col.] -
up assessor, "'lag; IU< That Wnj'?
the only that attains
tho combination gas feed and ties that have gripped; the state. guy success .
Peter O. Knight advises and concurred in .... ...,
by Attorney Gen brake for autos. You wiggle it for Hard-surfacing, according Jo} a by "throwing up the sponge. .N>toII:

eral Davis. speed and step on It to stop. Thinkof news item appearing In this newspaper These pessimists who spend their -- I
One of the
timeDemoantng sweetest little exhib-
that combination working with yesterday will be completed
o this! its at the South Flor.'da: Fair, to beheld FLORIDATHEATRE\
) and that
(three others in the front seat with by Saturday night of this week
St. Petersburg Times be in its Aro total In Tampa Jan. 28th to Feb.
may right statement thata the driver? -- Bradford County from Lake Butler to within two losses they should try

dimple is only a weakness in the muscular structure of the telegraph. Also another Important and one-half miles of Crandln. Af- To laugh and take on fat Show 8th, will be the National Honey'

face, but that's nothing compared to a man's weakness in element-a quantity of alcohol In ter that time, by the use of two They use sigh and say, "There's little I Home Vltaphone

tho human tank at the wheel.- miles of good dirt road, county
falling for It.National. "To living And if all New Year's
laterals go now, our reso II
:South Jacksonville State
Herald. and Highway No. 14, '"
\ the Since little Willie bought a car lutlon' were laid end to end, I
0--- --o- .- motorist through a connection
"And killed the Jersey cow." they'd still! be BROKEN' Program Week. of Jan
Geographic Magazine has given Florida the best "Tho state farm road la still ontaper with State Highway No.2 at El-
They wipe a moist and I
eye ,
) nays the Starke Telegraph. llsvllle may drive direct to the mo-
bit of publicity received from any magazine, ninety pages in Yes, and the roud from Ocala to tor gateway of the state-Lake ""Oh me, oh my alas The STATE PRESS SCRAPBOOK : 27,1930Monday

its last issue being devoted to illustrations and text matter relating tho CilrU Industrial School Is still City through which foreign; cars "If things; get worse I guess that I p. unique radio program; .

] to the state. "" In tho bag, Friend Robinson, and pour at the rate of two per minute "Will go and Inhale gas." that brings; you the BEST from

,the reaoim neither one hag been during the busy tourist season. TheMe folks forget the Joy in life the PRESS, is now being broadcast i Tuesday,
In on'
-0It. built Is that prior to January i 1, The ultimate eastern terminus ot dwelling its woes. each Friday evening, at 7:45: p. m., Wednesday

we paid more attention to the punch boards and slot 192! Florida was rather extrav- the highway Is the Atlantic Ocean, They gazo through glasses tinted from radio station WFLA., Clear-

machines displayed openly for taking the nickels and dimes agant in making public cxpendl- at Flagler Beach, and so far no Instead black of gold and wutei'. "SHOW OF SHOWS"''
ttree. Join in definite has been madeIn rose.
us having faith. 1 progress .
away from the youngsters perhaps other forgis of gambling How ran a be
person so sad
The legislature has authorized the section extending from San ImUn'OBIt ('Ol. \T\- TKACINIRH withA
would not be so attractive to them in later years. those two roads and some day they Mateo east other than the sale And want to end It all Wn.lIII.T; : svri'iin.vv

o will be built.--Ocala Star. of bonds by Flagler county, the When lo"people smile and say, "Hel Cast of 100 .Stars

--0--. proceeds of which have not yet left I
The Bradford Teachers'ASllod..tlo"
There is nothing wrong with a state that can produce and And friends come In to call? County
Whether politics Is behind the the banking vaults. will meet In the handsome !All Talking Singing-
ship six carloads of strawberries in one day in the month of movement being fostered by certain Columbia county The News Is When every Sunday, rain or s>hlne.There's new school building iu Law-

January, says the Arcadia Arcadian. And then ship hun- elements In the republican Informed has the money In the Arcl arple chicken plo fried thir Just right tey, next Saturday, January 25th I Dancing
party of Florida to block further bank with which to bu'ld its end more enough
at 9:30: arm.
dreds of additional cars before the snow leaves the north. To make your tummy tight. In Technicolor
appropriation by congress for of the highway, and the contract After the general assembly
o eradication of the will bo l And say, you pessimistic crew pro- .
fruit fly pest or let perhaps during: the What of those gram Is carried out there will be --

Author of helpful hints to motorists recommends park- not. It Is apparent to any one with present year. Putnam county also The two summer days? three sectional programs. At about

ing cars on a down grade in case the starter goes bad so the Bt-nao that even the politicians are has an unfinished stretch from I spend weeks that you always 12:45: p. m. the Lawtey P. T. A. I Thursday & Friday
going to be have been Florahome 'all
sorry they to Palatka, of which will lunch the
So serve to teachers
err will roll of its own accord until the engine starts. In flat i working at cross purposes these has been graded. In fact, engi- far from city ways; and their guests. : "NAVY BLUES"

country we recommend taking a down grade along with your past few months. It the federal neers have reported the entire Along Where some old forgotten trail The program follows: .
government retires from the eradication highway graded from Palatka to you can camp at night !
repair kit. With General" Ass(>n>bly I with
i campagn! the responsibility Lake City, this being one of the trees your only company, Devotional-Rev.' R. E. Starrs. ,
o can be traced directly to the very Important reasons. why hard- And stars your only light. l William Haines
I Report on T. E. A., which met
r Radio fans should come to the aid of Old Man Henderson door of the peanut politicians In surfacing must be speeded In What could you ask more resting I I In Penaacola--C, S. Laird. I All Talking-

the republican party.-Ocala Star. der to safeguard the Inv.a. or-I thanA __ -
operating on a frequency of 600 cuss words over station Within another twelve place to lay your head? Revision S. S.
I KWKII. He is at least original and his coffee is a darn sight Tlw teller ".," according to present And could you die and leave behind Dowllntf. I
Address-Supt. A. J. Grlffla. Saturday"KIBITZER"
more refreshing that the sloppy so-called musical programs Someone has decided that the this through route In.dICatiOns.,1, High School Nation
letter "e" Is the most unfortunate way to the East Coast A world of books unread? !
rendered without rhyme reason or variety other Importance of Prof.
by stations.o These Spelling- \
letter In the alphabet because It ed to the list of Important com- are simple pleasures, Collier. ,

U always out of cash, forever In pleted state thoroughfares. It butThey'll Some Devices for I I withHarry

Los Angeles chamber of commerce notifies Senator debt, never out of danger, and In will dump a vast amount of tourist make your life a rhyme, torY-Miss Inez Newmans Stressing His-

hell all the time. No little creditIs traffic across the St. Johns river And when you start to think sad Green
Fletcher that it is
wholeheartedly behind him in his efforts Open discussion of each of the
due, )however In that IMs thought
never bridge at Palatka thereby enab- I.I
for a"n appropriation to complete eradication of the Med-. In war, and always In* peace. ling, Putnam county, through You'll find you havn't time. above subjects. L I and

fly in Florida. Yet some Florida grove owners oppose any And we are deeply indebted to bridge tolls, to meet the Interest What Elementary: Section !Mary Bian
Wit _
are i Doing About _. _
further this little letter, since It Is the be- and sinking-funds on the $1,000- Alton -
appropriation and their explanations why are as clearas Cross Grocery Store Health Teaching Miss Nancy 1- _ _
ginning of ease, and the end of 000 of bridge bonds. moved
mud. Bradford is: out of the orange section but it is: vital- trouble. Without It there wouldbe The solid central: section! the _'ng'. to newly _constructed bun -I Baker.The L LI -

ly interested in seeing government retain control until the no meat, no life and no heaven. East Coast and even South Florida Palatfca Contract let for Jessie Williams.Spirit of the Teacher-Mlas Talking or Singing

Med-fly is exterminated. This county certainly does not want It 1" the center of honesty, and although will be placed In more-direct erection! of canning plant for Primary Section Comedies DailyGAINESVILLE

other states to quarantine against its shipments of strawberries ends in It starts off In error, It communication with the state capital Southern Potato PProdrcU, Inc. Importance of Phonetics and '
making love perfect.- as
as well the state university I St. AegustinaAlcasar!
and vegetables, which can and will be done should Tacoma (Wash.) Bulletin. It Is Important that the remainIng formally opened to public. Hotel baugh.Spelling-Miss Josephine Rora- I FLA.

the government relinquish its battle against the pest. A bit of--0 hard links be built a. quickly a* Vero Beach City council let Some Good Methods of Teach !I ,
r looms for possible.-Palatka Dally News contract for
clearing of air field. ing Primary English-Mrs. II. C. I I10.

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