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: February 7, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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0'p .1";), Duncan NamedAs Strawberry Plants FLORIDA DEMOCRATS TO MEET County Board Bond Trustees Commissioners i


J Free of Diseases Bond Trustees Wednesday Will Not Have (
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IN JACKSONVILLE NEXT WEEK I II I Not Abolished ,I -- Closed Season ,
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State Banks Aikansiu* SMpH of riant Maintain I I I Con, nl .\\pminl| l Commit Us* to HI- .

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IO\: Vlco President (>f RI+(4)fle> fnatttut Shipments If Chats Branded \.1 otViiy
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Ion IleNlgn Putnam

In iv recent! issue of the Tele Inferior RoadTopping Viiiniith's Tht board of bond I rll"h'f'R of I I' ( tit J.lldl: Comity.

The following': news story taker graph carried a news Item from Bradford's board' of bond trustees Bradford. county, met Feb." fit ii In ,

from a recent Issue of the Miami Plant City given; out by the state Stuff: The state Democratic) executlvicommittee will\ not be affected bv I the ruling !- roKiiliir session with nil membersiiroMiMil The board of ,enunixommls- r

Dally)" News will be of Interest tour strawberry )plant specialist! Dr, II I bus been" called! I 10 of the supreme court upholding ; minutex I I of the Itmt meetIng : slonerit of llrudford! county. Florida t

citizens* Mr. Duncan being a Brooks. located there warning fleet' III Jacksonville Friday Feb" 1 I I Hie constitutionality of Ih.. were road and approved.Mr met In regular se.tston Mon.tiny. ,'

12. It was announced Monday! hy; I.. ('. Powell requested! Feb. : with all 1
i some :Ilrd 1 lli'tn
former resident of Star he and atone against; !! the use of strawberry :Moxrinont, mi IM I t<) I'reveniltr gas' tax law with certain change*
I H, I H. Wells chairman. improvement' to dralnimo conditions members present as follows J, O.
states because of distribution I Senator -
time connected with the Bradford plants from certain <...klllo' > Clint HelnK: (Veil I In I the method "
County Dank : of diseases that would came damage The! meetliiB will be for the put 10}. :M. Jolnm stated TueHilay, effecting his property on road Crews, chairman.; J L Underfill1. .
l'.>Tilting of Komi :2HLuko ; of taking party prlmiirles 49.4 limo maintenance, W. and
Edward p. Duncan vice president ; to the crop. Arkansas wan pnHe necessary following "receipt by Clerk of the superlntpnd Drew Keddlsh, n. Ulnson \
l!!, which will he held In Jun was instructed to lake sumo It. T. Osteen.Minutes i
of the Dank of Bay Biscayne among( the list of states the Inspector Court Alderman of a U-ller from

has resigned; and will replace warned against; and the article City Feb. 3.A move ,I The follow I lilt notice has beet Comptroller\ Amos Mating I I ho,' local up with I stat etiKlnpar. \ of lust. meeting,: were 'I

K M. Porter. former ch'.el! was )published because out nifiH' Is on foot among,; lending; cit sent to members by Chalrmat I board, hud liee-n a lioh isloeuj. The! lIf fI.. B. Wtlliersoii of I the Highland I read and approved.Mr I

state bank examiner ns liquidator growers used thousands of plants Ixc-na ot the city and county to op Wells : provisions (of this law does not affect utCet !loll requested. I Ihfl board : Sarah Illgdon placed upon 1
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ot closed state banks In Darle and from that state and the strnwbl'rryIlldustry pnso the use by the state highway "A meeting of the state Democrutlc Bradford I'nlon or Putnam. to Improve mud north from road paupor roll! with an allowance of l
: executive, commit too of Florid. Jj I Into 111 is section.\ !MaintenanceMiiperlalendent I 50() month."PIlh'utloIlS .
: $2
Broward counties under, the state of this section! was too important department of so called Brooks .Senator! Johim added. and to the per

comptroller. It was announced to allow I the Importation yule chats In )paving Itoud 2S. thlixprlng. .! will be held at Jacksonville or best. nt his recollection I i I these i three I was I Instructed\ toInvestigate. ot 10 d Klrby: of ::1

Thursday afternoon. of I tested plants!! to ruin I the croii It Is planned to !get: Hit Friday, I the 11th of Feb. at II] I I countlim are the. only ones' \% ii hill !; llnioker and Henry Phillip ofStarke '1

) Acceptance of his reslgnatlorwa ; for even one season. protest well under. way before tin o'clock In tile forenoon for tin, I lie stiito so uffocted. I.'. O. Peterson appeared before for pauper allowances w*!re.refused. : .. ',
ofvtnklng/; micli ndlon at : tin' board for 11 mad, I In hU section 1;
contract Is awarded., purpose i Anum' letter snlil.In .
made by James II. Oilman, Bauer of Judsonla, Ark.,. Comptroller
J. A.
Birmingham: slag or equnllj! may bo necessary" to provide fur I Ii "The ot I thin letter This \VIIH a\lao ordorpil" I InvestRuled.( Kill I lodges\ was allowed $15.00for ( t\\
president of I the bank and Ernest who ban been, a heavy shipper\ ol purl : purpose
I Iho holding ol t the regular I Demo Communication I from H. C. DUO month. l
bo demanded
1 material will this niibJncl
Amos state comptroller, Issued a this section for years, good i I II I U to Inform you on -
plants to fIlth primary of the elections! 111 ("rt'wut In tint New IMver section H. O. Rivers was given $5.00 '
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for tItle . that will understandUnit "
purpose. '
statement concerning; Mr. Dun with the statement! issued I I lit) y'ou
taken Issue
.i con's appointment ns liquidator( \ ol the state plant specialist! Some!: of the reasons. aiHlgnpil! b] June of said( year. and for the pur.pfiHo I I nil road and bridge bond complaining I I ; of drainage I conditions I I I ono month.Tilcli /'i''i'fur

various financial! Institutions by lila letter thoHQ who arc lending I tlie movement ; of transacting\ such olheil I trustees whether for county wldn. dinned by roads I In t that t section i Cilenn was removed from
tho i and we are publishing l unlnens. properly come ho Sumo ordered I InvexllKiited\. I I lie roll.'u! 'u)
j the Dade County Security full. In fairness to Mr.BILlieI' ( against/; I the Itrooksvllle roiu'( us may bonds or for special road anti. was pnuper
.. except below In also adds material are : tore I tho'meet lug." bridge (district I bonds I that wer'' Tho chairman I "I'llolnl"llIr.! J. I Tbu following,: reports were filed ',

j Co Mr. Dun pn's resignation; willbpI'ome !: the the Telegraph; supplied by lrI3auer All persons who are conversion It Is oiisldered\ likely, the ques appointed. : to )u'ndlo road und. Ii:. IU I'h IMUI Mr.. It. A. "Weeks a :: Inspector I of marks ansi J'

., that of plants with road matters Including; contractors I Ion of ellAlbllity of ( llIllhl.ltPRwho bridge funds.. Interest and sinking ,'niiimltlop I I I to secure right of way hranilH! : Inspector" ot convicts. and frf'
Feb. S. ; '
effective of this section,,
Porter was appointed af to growers; belns state highway; olllclals fulled to 'support I the purl Y I I funds for t lie county ut largo or fur .slutu farm rnlh!. Tho commlt- jalli..s'505 lii'y judge' report of con- t :
Mr ;
none have been reported as und others are agreed; that Hlrm- nominees In the last election) will I road and brldite n>o \virn authorized. t to call I I on citizens t I- vlctlons. the report" ot countyUKent 'd
both for the' conceive for uny special ;
liquidator It Is hard to
general Security' Co., and the i diseased", and the II1 ham slag Is better material bj hu a topic of (discussion I I district I have been abolished! and of I tho. community for uaslstuiiee showing a number of club. .II
Duila County how diseased plants can escape
i! fur than flue Krooksvllle chats. Attorney General Fred" II.h Davis I fluid bonded. irennlated[ \ throughout the county; ,
I the. trustees of each
banks In this section, where
field '
closed state both In the
inspection In LaFayette (county Circuit. recentfy held In u ruling on.flu> districts required! to make full Tho secretary was Instructed to report of home demonstration ,1,

., but is resigning; from the latter position i grown and the examination given; Judge Hal W. Adams headed n questIon! that If (the law was followed and lire of all funds utuivertiuusfor two trucks for the UKent t, showing! I \ continued interest -;
will devote all of hit All complete reports
and
them by Florida inspectors. committee of leading citizens that t to"the; letter candidates totolilte collected und of all on hand. maintenance I department. Advertisement In chili work. No report from any ::1
I tbe affairs ol money
to liquidating i and shrubbery en-
; bushes
time
Co. plant, appeared Before the state road department In the state on the Demo belonging to the.I Interest and sinking I to cull for two trade-in Justice) of pi-are has !been filed c ;,
Security Inspection
the Dade County tering Florida must first pass -
who fulled to sinew Nov 1929.
ticket Blipport
ol criitlc trucks
the .
and opposed use bonded dl..trh'tIInd
chairman of the ) fund of any '
1-:. B. Douglas; before allowed entry.Mr. I '
list of nominees Communication received from
P-rooksvllle. chats and the department t the entire! party of hotidrf for mud und -
of the Bank of Bay Bis- follows county j
board Bauer's letter :
stated thl as! a result ordered the use of'' In the pust general electionwill : bridge purposes. and thn special ,\\U'I'IIJ.:1t: : ITIHIOoi1: : Klnte name commissioner calling1

i iI cojnewhen questioned the, request ol Judsonia Ark.. Jan. 28. 1929. Birmingham slag, on the La,"'ayette : be Ineligible to run In Hitpiirty road I and bridge district i bond T i MI-S. i : i'E lit TAX IIK.\KIN: : H attention to Sec. 71 A. ('haptel"r'
action was taken at '"Ilradford County Telegraph : 11IIH.ItU 13041: Acts of !!J29. which given
and on be- county portion of rond 5-A. primary.Stub money und .pay. over and deliver I i I tithe isitit.N: (;ii> ,
the state comptroller
Ia. Edgar Way commissioners' authority to
"Slarke. Rrooksvllle chats however wert Senator state I treasurer money, und securities -- county
bait of the entire board.services expressed ol "Dear Sirs: used on Koad 5-A In Southern Co- bilRlit; a I Hoover Democrat, olJacksonville of any kind belonging A suot her extension of I time i has ilenigmite; u closed season for HshInt ,

regret in. losing the I "Iit your last week's Issue the InmbIii county and already the slur bus announced I hl ii I thereto." been granted taxpayers" of Florida :. After due foiislderatlon. the

Mr Duncan.Mr.. Amos. when communicatedwith article from Dr. Brooks on crimp fare of the road la beginning; ': tr intention of running; ", mill and or The only effect the art will have to appear hi-foru t the tax adjustiiirnt \ loiird of county commissioners derided '.f:;

because of this inferlot the Democratic" I ticket. board it WHS announced by Hint they would not designate .
by telephone, made the following disease was not fair as he leaves pulverize on Bradford county will be puss- I
I It in possible, Wayhrlgbt's cam (I ienernl Fred I 11.I Iui Vie any clo-ied: season. .
I statement : Impression t'-..lL we have crimps In i material It U stated. InK thu Interest and sinking fundito Attorney I I '
to the our nnrserks and Inasmuch as ev Tho trouble with nrooksvllle will put the law I toa test. Democratic I tho stain\ treasurer Senator W 'dni>Hilny.,, 11 Hearing by tho The following; bonds were ap-

.,,1 "In of seeking general an liquidator appointee for the ery field we grow; Is!! Inspected each chats II<. Hiiy road men I hut the) lenders hero have expressed' .1 lohii'i, mild I I I them fI monies. to l h. !board. huvo been extended. to pruvpilV: K, Tnrodo bond trua'i;,,
office
; banks In Dade and summer ty well qualified state en not be rolled: with Huythlng{ tho opinion &at the mutter Ilkelj applied'.... by him to \paying off I the March 1, tho Hltornay general leo DlHt.) No.1. Bradford county; ;/'!:

r cloned Broward\ state counties I have endeavored plant board men anti all pass the. heavier I than a two-ton roller, and will be settled! ut I the Jacksonville bonded Indebtedness of I lie county mild., i 3.' I,. Peek! notary public Stark 4,1((

than they huh- meeting! I Tlio tux commission originally,; Mildred t (1111 I)lnyl. Notary Public. 1)),
to obtain a man of experience moat rigid; inspection, we know our 1 It rolled more once for roudx. The uteri Inn exempting: ; \
L and of wide acquaintance in the plants are free: of dl".usell.lost! verize. When mixed with (flue asphalt .-- I I ruud ford and Union( counties from contcmplated t ending i ': I Its t tension* tunrke ; W. I H. \Kennedy, notary t\\>

community l H which he will! serve all bur plants are looked over bo- the chats flake off and leave ruiitiDA! l ( 'H AI"r.xt
.! of ability and of unquestioned fore they come Into your state or I merely: a lime rock base. one f'X'I.llolI. .stated was presented limit of concluding; Its activities The contract for lease of con- "

a man Integrity. I sincerely believe I rather they have terminal Inspectors -I Birmingham slag docs not have fourth winter! assembly ol by He mi tor Johns for I Hie pur- from I line to t llm The lust extension rifts to N'usHuu ('oullty'OS up- JjiDroved.

have found him in Mr. Duncan at Jacksonville and. they look I tliesu objections.All tho I Florldu Cliuulaiiqiiu opens! posit( of keeping/; road building and placed lie I!saul I date for !. .\f/\

At my request Mr. Duncan has over every shipment of plants and : highway Inspectors who will !'Sunday Feb 8. and continues with muo:ma I stilt mice i in I the counties t I In t Hicibunds presenting petition for adjustment Them hoard 11..1111no: further until businessho nextregulur .

accepted the appointment and the we have never had any trouble i express an opinion, are agreed that programs; eu<,'h Tuesday und Friday of the I bond trustees. III nf taxes I on January 31.. adjourned be hold the
meeting to
directors of the Bank of Bay Bisayne with your state plant board on our Brooksvllle chats are Inferior ma- until !March J 14. oilier connlleu I the cii p luosi. I iou IK. .
have plants. We ship all our plants by' terial for paving roads. 'rho only This (,'him tail qua located on that I road mulntiMianco work will TU< MT: $I';.\ lIE I \1111<< I I rut Monday In !March, 1930.)
<- though loath to do so, ,' Clerk.
.MIXNDOV (). & I (I. W. Alderman
accepted his resignation.! I believe rail, not by boat, to bootleg them reason the stuff In bought i IH because Lake (Jenevii lit Keystone Heights revert to the board of county ('(lilt- \

It costs a little less than the winter assembly offering IKHlo .
affected will be Into our patrons. ISB permanent In lIt'rll.
that all parties Birmingham slag and! -lIIalnly- ': the l>est III entertainment: Tho utct I Ion of Chapter 1IIHK I 1 Abandonment |hy I lint OulnoHVlIle 'l'Ofnnn: L IN ItU'l! .
pleased with t the appointment. "We can say one thing they have IB < '1
of ubout i-'ou /IT.(110'1"1:1: ;
and (Inlf Hallway
has been connectedwith because of the cry the Ilrooksvllle at a nominal' cost. hoar I UK on this reads us follows:
Duncan
Mr. more nematodes on plants grown
for other lime rock Interests Immediately Following Is I hue program; for "Scct lion 21. That I In I the cause tulles of I Him between north -
the Bank of Bay Dlscayne on sandy soils than any start of "Keeping,: money at home." tha opening weuk. of[ bond IriiHttteM, who not only ((lull 110eV lIlis und. Huiiipsoii City InFlorida William M.( Toomer. Jackson- .
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and has had much of thin '
the last 12 years place. They have so his
In this head it Is suggested; that Sunday. Feb. 9-.Opening Duy handle the money and fund nf would be permitted nndurrecommendations rlllu attorney announces can-

years of banking; experience in of In the east that we can't ship any good durable roads mean keeping 9:45.: Conimnnltv-rhiirch : traded such county or (I let, "rid.' but who also presented! to the .Hilary I i I In I lh! Democratic June primary :j''
Florida during three years Into our state from that ,
plants 'oII1I11It1Klon, the olllce\ of secretary ot:
still closer home. namely In administer the affairs ItitnroHtutn commerce for ;
Florida east I money Bible School, lilble Hludy for Adults. govern und! -
which time he served as a section and when I say
the packets of the road users and of their respective county or Friday" by Kxiimlner O. U. Weed.Tho lite, In communication forward \,
Mate bank, examiner working out mean !Maryland for one state and regardless of where the Florida railroad rommission sd to the press of the state- "
taxpayers 11:00: Community Church : district, I Including I lie Issuance a nil
of the office of the comptroller.Oscar they have It In Michigan and Kansas held '
[ abandonment (Ihe Declaring that he hud never
material Is purchased. Service of Worship with Sermonby male of bonds and the building opposed' ,
E. Dooly. Jr., vice president bad that we can't uuy plants ex-I
so '
Hew Ilenjamln I"". ,Weld pustor. and) coimtructluii and maintenance aminer said but evidence inal ( llce! before, Mr. Toomor pledgeeilinself
Bank of Blscayne, Into state. Nematodes
the Bay them
of and ship our
ed tho road, operated by the to reproseiit no political
Feb. 11 WeekNightOpening. of the roach and bridges I thereof
Tuesday -- ;
was made a member of the board of the roots or root knot School Board '
bad lout but the Democratic party
board Air / S./I.-I act iou
[ 8 00 Address: 'Some then tin! provisions of I this act Una
directors of the bank and of the worst disease we have ever
of la the
to the of-
Misgivings, of H Cheerful Yankee" Khali apply only to the Intercut, : und. 11111.011to I ) ) $11.00(1 1 annually m u wholn ami to bring
trust company to fill the vacancies heard of on berry plants. The the hint two lea such attainments as ha possesses
Proceedings; Irving llucheller LL.1>. Ameri sinking fund. i thereof and. curls yearll.Veccl'lI )
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caused by the resignation of Mr. plnnt has a swelled place In the In office \ recommendation said In knowledge! of tho state and ,
ca's Creates! Novelist. bond t IrllMlpellllhlllll'olltJnlle -
Duncan. root and yon must have a strong --. Feb. 148:00.. : The'ireen and In the performance of S lie 14t'tit>nuirul by routing most t traffic Ix need \
glass to see the small worms In Board met In regular session Friday between Gainesville and points Mr. Toomer will carryon an ac- :
and Or- i their duties In HIM administration
Itooin Players
I flTV ('Ol" (,JI. MKKTH': I the roots. If you Just look at the with all members present minutes rheutru of Stetson University III of the affairs n ncl business, of Such north through U'aldo and HtarkeliiHleuil Ivu. political campaign/ he BIIIOIIIICCH i

plant all you see Is small enlarged read and approved. be authorized by \ of over I tlm Gainesville I and hoth from tha stump, '
1\1 line. district 'j
"Mr. Plm Passes Hy by as may
but when place same nillH\ for the month were audited
roots you for much HIM In and
Gulf was responsible among people person ,
Council met Feb. Gth, I comedy.P.VItOOV law.
The City under glass the small worms so and paid. A delightful\ tratllc loss. I hruKh the press.

in regular session with all members small! can't see If you have not The matter of transportation .
last you { It'MHHMIITS .\Mmius: : lusritimTIMJ, : i W. M. Igou, appointed to fulIII
of the
minutes
present; & glass shows up.'e have seen 1 for Mr. Alderman's children was :: : :MAIMH II l Nil 1.1,1, J.1M' rr.\Kit.u; l, HMt\iri-s; l ; AUK: tho unoxplred term ot the late :. \
read and approved.
meeting were plants grown east, north and west taken up and discussed and the lull; nm V.; H. \'IMVJValdoHta II. Clay Crawford has already aulounced :]/
The street committee was Instructed hundreds of these nematodes board refused to pay transportation
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with T
condition of Tallahassee, Jan. 27 -Applications J.V.. Andrews, Jr.. local Forddmiler for the pout '. ,
s&fiooi
to Investigate send them out to Melrose but offered _ :
Oil them and they (lit.. Jan. :30.( Funeral .-
to be filed for heat lieen selected by the
Adams street south of LaFayettewith under certificates of inspection to send the school bus to his gate; for cUririf-ncy services wore conducted: at Love- "\viMiiitr.Mov:" ; I{ :
view'to underbrushcut action! at tho March 11 meeting, ; of Shell u On* Company UM, distributor
a having the different states."We for his children to attend school In I IIUO In\\: '.\ltU" f.'
from I tha stale pardon hoard must be In of their line of gasoline und\ oils, Joy church near Stockton, yesterday I I.\VS W" ':'

out. committee was also have a most careful plant his' county. tha hand of the secretary to the pumps I lielng, installed at this stu- for C. II. Vtnlug, who died In __ :i

The street investigation board ; they watch for this kind of School bus routes were dlsciiHsPI bunrd not later than February tlon. last week. !Demands. for the a local hospital.Mr. Sheriff Maker of Palm Beach'Oiinty / :;

instructed\ relative to make to alleged some damageto Block end every spring; and' fall \ ait to extensions In some ec- 11. It was announced at an Informal I new feu! has been heavy accordIng -, Vlnlng' hud been In III U being paid $1,000( reward,

: the they catch much of this stock tlons and shortening routes In session of the olllclals here to Mr. Andrews. sales sluice health for a year or more anti wan >'y WoHtern Union Telegraph! Com- '"

property adjoining make city which is dumped or returned. other sections, but no definite action this week. The above action was the Installation of the pump being brought to Valdosta. Friday. Survivors "any, as. the result and conviction j
and report -
dumping ground to When they return it, the people was taken only to shorten one taken in orler, to give the secretary : brisk, showing that motorists Includn bU. widow and seven of Harry M. Illomlule age 35 and ..

to the council. filed for tell me. they just ship It Into aitata route. mi trident' time to Index and are giving the new gasoline a try- children who are: J. II. Vlnlng Joe Priest age; 21, who were today
Final estimate was that's not so hard-boiled as No further business the board of Homervllle. L. I). Vlnlng of untenced to 15 and 10 years re-

construction of paving/ on Madison our state Is and unload It any way. adjourned to meet the first Monday put: In proper which" shape the the board many applications receive -- out.Extensive, Improvement to the Starki. Fla., C. C. Vlnlng; of Havaiumli pectlvely' In ,Florida penitentiary (

and Water streets. The same was In :March. F. 8. Vlnlng of Fargo J, ilonilale at point of pistol held up>
'Ve know of no state but ours *. Papers which must be Hind bulk station lot are being mauls I
approved for payment. keeping terminal Inspectors on all A. J. Grime together. with the application by the Shell Company, several carloads C. Vlnlng of Dupont, Mm. J. M. >l erator on duty In office of Wea- 'I
Assessment roll for paving on outgoing Secretary, Tlinmerman and Mrs. 1""" L. Fen tern Union at Delray Beach on 1
Inspecting
sides of the stale follows A of lima rock being spread
was For clement are as : ,
Water streets 1
Madison and Incoming der of Stockton. the night of Jan. 27, while Priest j
well '
stock aa week
as to
and rolled last provide
:submitted by the engineer. Same L'HKS: H2.AII1 ( .\LlXE'S 3.\H' copy of the Indictment sentence . vailed ouUlde In automobile )
itock. We can: promise your readers and proof of publication of notice driveways to the tanks. and garage -
wan approved and the clerk was llltOKKN: IIK.UITSM: > V.U.K.V-: llosdale and Priest were arraigned '
one thing-our plants are free consumed 82 it Intention to apply at the above building. The entire block
own Bradford ,
Instructed to notify property and welcome county TINtS: In criminal court of Palm Beach ,
t ers of amounts due. from all diseases we /S IH gallons/ of gasoline during the neat i a g.Applications. will be fenced county and were sentenced by
closest by any
Inspection
the very for pardon have
month of December and 10,248"allon'a For puzzle tans the Telegraph A. (I. Hurtrldge within a
matter from wherehe I SI IH.! Mt.t.NK < GOl'M fudge
inspector, no been received 'In such large numbers >
.,\TTR..CTnhnOW: WINDOWS of kerosene, according to ,In. publishing on page 7 a St. Val- hours after being apprehend- J.J.few
may come. the board, stated that It l is
the monthly report Issued' by the .
I "Yours truly. of to set down a rigid rule Mrs. Frank C, Could, 82, of fill tine'. Day puzzle, and for those, ed.

The practical value of show win- :'J. A. BAUEH." Inspection bureau department necessary which attorneys and clients must Hampton died suddenly at her who are lucky enough to mend .

dows as ''silent 'salesmen" has agriculture. Dade county led the home Wednesday midnight cause "the broken heart" In .a satisfactory (.4)ES; TO ItOllI G.\.NJ "
follow At the last meeting of the "
with 2,983-tJT gallon,
opening state of the manner three prizes are offered .
been demonstrated since of hor death being an attack
TUB: WIX OTT n.\IiniTKV Gulf reported the smallest beard mora than one thousand application ,
while recent-
of the new J. & R. Department entered. The necessary heart. Mr., Gould and husband !. Details of the plan are given Dogan Williams colored

Store next to the postofflce, the amount. 18,174 gallons. For the clerical* wore work which must be have boon spending the winters. at on page 7, while the broken Iy released, from the state prison : ,1

well arranged displays being made Proprietors of Win Ott Rabbitry.located state the amount used was 20.- accomplished before the meeting Hampton for several yean and the heart Is scattered through the after completing a five-year term. ,"

especially" attractive at night : on the Melrose-McMeekin (10,098 gallons. considerable extra summer months at Hartford Connecticut pages of thin l issue ready for the was picked up Saturday night by.

through use of concealed: colored highway. Invite the people of this caused fact that applications expense where the body will ba nclHHors and then the all embly. Jtllcers Alvarez and Thornton afer .
the
lUHTIfrt due to
drive out to their place be had] threatened to shot an-
remod section to burial. Brief '
lights.; This building was other were late III being taken next spring for
and
and Inspect the rabbitry and see papers HKItVlf'KM: :! AT M.1XTOV other negro Frog Jackson, The
of the J. & R. service. will be held at the home
eled for the use The board has asked *
Law- filed.
Wells
Mr. and Mrs. E. n. ,
the consignment of 100 New Zeal negro pulled his gun as the officers
being
Store, their former location to co-operate In a thin afternoon. Funeral arrangement -
stock and white rabbits Just received ley boy Feb. 2. all concerned of the Vote Preaching services at Saxton closed In on him and was> only kept
too small and moving of the the duties of the were In charge
. Monday. For their : from California. It ;you cannot Mr. and Mrs. Vanco Griffin, plan to expedite Witt C. Jones Company. church next Sunday afternoon. from' using It by an officer's: gun. I
completed
was the store Is offering drive out to Inspect the plant. then Starke boy Feb. 3. pardon officials. Sunday school at 3 o'clock.: services jammed in his middle. William.

opening saie In' ready-to-wear dry look at the rabbits left In the display Mr. and Mrs. The Edwards. -Florida Experiment* Station' Jacksonville -: Bid opened for : following In charge of Rev. plead guilty to carrying concealed l

bargains their window of the Bradford ,Starke, girl,. Feb. 3. The Brewiter Hospital and nurses' Starr of Law toy. The public In.Ited. weapons and was given six months' :
In. new
listed -
/
'goods and shoes, as la Investigating 150 separate project
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crews ,
on County Farmer* Supply Company, home building. III the Nassau county road gang.,
advertisement
announcement "
Starke girt- Feb. t. *
the railroad. !
next to
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page three of this Issue.



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Anronn COUNTY TKMion.irn. sT.timK. FLORIDAB. FRIDAY FEnRU.\RV 7. 10:20

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4\ ,i - :I i r...A+*....N'NANN..NA bonds matrimony to Mr Ora E. .*.............*........ where they were served with a to taxation, to return the ram

'1 ',, : I- Hattock on Jan. 28, 1930, In Jacksonville *. J tempting luncheon consisting of I the Tax Assessor, between t
*
5 H. S. JOURNAL I BROOKER They are at home to their LAWTEY' sliced ham, potato( salad, baked dates of Jan. 1st and April th !

bliss Pearlo Galnry friends on 106 1-2 Magnolia ave., beans macaroni hot buttered
7 4 ''1 j, I A........eNA.NANe AAAv of each and every year It"
Later lemon pie and coffee. The
.I: .. .... Tampa. when the weather rolls
.. .... .ANANAN
gets warmer they expect to visit Mrs, L,. IF 11111 was hostess to Lawtey P. T A. under Mrs. L. H. will do( this there will be no inn
l k ;v.. N.';\\'I4I'U'1&; !I'rtFF
I. Mills Gladys Duke and Messrs, Mr. Hattork's parents in Texas the Ladles. Aid of the Methodist Hill as president! has done some for complaints.
Kdltor-lnfMef; ____._ .__ "AUT. KNi011TAeeletent : Duke Loon Parrlsh and Joe for With the exception/ of the ah" ,
I KdltnrH PEARLS MANKIND EVA b1A1tt'OTT17.rnke and extend their trip on to California church last Thursday at her home wonderful work the past year
( --_ ,_ _. LI'AII I CTltl'1'J of Lake Butler attended dates I will be in the assessor
.T IJ.lili.i' _._. n' iiomvsoNM.VA and other points of Interest: In Lawtey The business hour the school and community and it "
.. uisrrn: nwn
porte IMIIirttenfor .' .u._ .. .. : IM.I; :: Hiiui'AKMANNIW : B. Y P. I' and church here Sun- A large crowd of young folks was taken up discussing plans for was Indeed a pleasure for them to flee for the purpose of receix "
n"I1U".r
Junior llmiwieroi __ __ _. !MAI': 1'I':AIV'1s day night enjoyed a dance given at the home the new During the social be able to( have the associationmeet tax returns.
__ .___ mv:: nTiiiviiiiuiMAl'Y : year.
..
$ >h<>ni<>r Hi'porlerKrenhmnn - -- - MIIOWNW13EHTKLLL Florence AdkIns last in their school building of E. W. HAYES
i 1 HenorterSosrlul _. Misses Elsie Barry of Mr and Mrs. Carl hour little Miss\ Martha Wells

,. <4Cfo / rt..m>rler. ..___._. __ :. ;MJH.S KKNU.IICK: KJ.GHKNC'1.K : HAI.UIJ) AIATTHUVtSit JONEMFaculty : I Ward Pearle Galney and Zulena Friday nIght. The crowd departed gave a solo accompanied on the pIano which they are so proud. County Assessor ot Tu\; ,
buporvlmir n In Graham Sunday at about the hour of eleven and l-31-2t.
Z n ---. nS7S7-.:.:57::.r::>=1-=r'irT3:J=C=Chiracs===C3L......JL......JL.....JL..JU..........Jt...,..J..=.....UrlCJ.. _.....- Waters were all reported( nice time by Miss AbbIe Harley and Miss\ NOTICE .
afternoon a Adel Trudls Dlnklna gave a pretty
1 ifth .
We were "glad: to have two visitors Ranch Vacation would "Jean to Mr. Robbie ParrlHh of Dukes Mr. and Mrs. I.V.. Plnholster piano solo. Mrs. Hill served, her Orlando Bids opened for i "

A for chapel exercises! last I life," Under it, in 300 words( tel and Miss! Thomas of Lacrosse passed and Mis T. P. Ward were visiting guests with delicious hot choco- I will be at the following nam- structlon of approximately 1

: Thursday mornIng. The programwait why you'd 'like a month In the through here: Sunday afternoon. In Starke last Monday.Mr late topped with whipped cream precincts on the days and dates miles of hard-surfaced road

as follows: lodge houses, and around the corrals Messrs. Resslo Colson Lou rie and Mrs. Lonnla Futch of and pound cake. herein stated for the purpose of Orange county, to cost aIM( ,

ttole Bong Como Thou Almighty of a Dude Uanch Send I It Molt and Clyde Cone were In Gra- Hampton were vlslt'ng' here last Mr. and Mrs 13. II Wide are receiving Tax Returns for the $200,000.
i In to the Contest Kdltor: The ham Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sunday t
r King receiving congratulations on the present year, 1930 to-wit:
: Scripture rending Dr. Dmi- American Boy, 550 West. Lafayette and Mrs. hurl Dukes of Mr, and Mrs.\ Warner Mott of : arrival of a 10 1.2 pound boy Brooker Tuesday Feb. 11. 1 rr'

' ham Illvd? Detroit, Mich. The ron Dukes .spent Sunday afternoon ; Hague spent Sunday here aa guests which arrived/ Sunday morning New River, Wednesday Feb. 12,
i. tent announcement: appears In the with her sister Mrs. Tom of his Mrs. Mott.TIIKKKHSV .
i iti Prayer-Dr. naymoncl here mother I Feb. 2, He will be called Ernest afternoon
ci \. Talk-.Dr. Dunham.Dr. coming; February Issue of the Markey. Hlggs Wells. Theressa Thursday, Feb. 13, af

Dunham gave us a splendid American Boy. It U open to both Mr and Mrs.. I, N. Plnholster, : : NEWS: Mrs. A, M. Lewis has returned ternoon.(

little talk on keeping>> "up-to-date," boys and girls. the 'I Mrs\ T, P. Ward and Lewis spent il.tNIS1T1i.tLL. home after spending several daysIn Lawtey Tuesday Feb, 18.

T By arrangement between Sunday In Jacksonville with Theresa Christian Un'on! received I Leesburg with her sister Mrs. Hampton Wednesday.. 19. '

ti $ Don't forget; next Wednesday, Dude Handlers' Association: the friends and relatives. a visit on Saturday from the James Nesbitt. Graham, Thursday, Feb. 20, at- '.
of the Northern Pacific and the Burling- Lewis and Paul
: : the (second Wednesday Miss Beulah ternoon.
; glrU team from Penney Farms Mrs. C. n. Atkinson and son
1. month, the Parent-Teachers AKKF />- ton railroads and the AmetlcanHoy Stewart left Sunday for Jacksonville and were delighted with a very Cecil of J\lIamC is expected to come Under the law It !is the duty of

; I < "\ elatIon meets In the high school/ I you'll be eligible for these where they have secured a pleasant game with the visitors, up Tuesday for a visit with herparents every person owning, or having
F
1A1' : auditorium. Tills\ organization Is prizes: position which terminated 37 to 4 In favorof Mr. and Mrs. A. M Blanchard custody of any property subject
school. All parents First PrIze: A month at three Misses Hazel Underhill Gladys I
\
to our
3. 1\ a big help the home team The Penney ( .
Csc Dude Ranches in Montana all expenses and Melvin I
are urged to attend. Underhill, Wateroak Farms team has just been organIzed A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.

!,) including importation t Futch of Lawtoy attended the and most ot the players are 1 Jeff I'revatt Saturday. "
; held paid, and a complete riding outfit Mr. Carol AdkIns' Friday
school assembly dance at
The high new to the work but they made K. H. Thede was a visitor to
r'Y ALI1 meeting last Wednesday worth $5001! The outfit includes light
4 its bl-monthly nu excellent showing and with Starke Monday DeWITT C. JONES
f
auditor saddle brlddle, blanket, chaps,, Robbie Parrish and Dan-
In the Messrs.
t 1E1v ., ( afternoon more practice and help from their Miss Hazel Futch left Sunday
rallel to boots, hat shirt and spurs! Lake Butler vlstlng
of -
Duke were
10 The meeting was na
m. trainers should make a very fine for West Palm Beach to visit her
Ouy Second prize: A month at three
here night.
order by the vice-president Saturday team The home team did well, sister Mrs. Ury Gunter
Andrews the president being ab- Wyoming lodges, all expenses paid. Messrs. Resute Colson and Lou- HARDWARE FOR HOME AND FARM
both on attack and defense, and A. M, Lewis and Mr. Cheatham
r I, reading and Third PrIze: A month at three Mott In Starke Saturday
sent. After the approval rle were the new captain Oudla Hall cele- spent Thursday In Gainesville.

A* f, of the minutes of the prev- Montana ranches, all expenses night. brated her election by a fine dIs- Mesdames W. Woolen and W. FARMING IMPLEMENTS

} I'. IOus meeting, names were voted paid.Fourth Messrs. Floyd Crosby and Carl play of shooting. I:. Torode attended O. E. S. In

upon for the annual. The name through Ninth Prizes: Sapp of Starke were visiting Lineup: Starke Monday night,

.1 Bradcohlun was chosen-when an- Original oil paintings by Frank K friends here Sunday afternoon. T, C. U.-Forwards, T Sullivan Wx C. Wooten left Monday for FARM SUPPLIES
r. allzed the name Is IIrad-<"o-hl-an. I Schooonver, famous artist of the Mr. and Mrs. C S. Laird and
C.
13 Hall 24
i ; Center, II. Sullivan the hospital In Georgia. He will
:' vhlch stands for Bradford County I daughter attended the show in
I west.Next Dodd; Guards Mersey, L. Hall. return home Wednesday STARKE FLORIDASee
asA Prizes Autographed -
Fifty :
meeting was
High Annual. The Starke Saturday night. ,
]r Penney Farms-Yates. 4 ; Ham- The Lawtey P. T. A. was hostess -
then turned over to the program copies either of "Smoky, by Rev. Barnes of Trenton spent
)
i
I.
ner, Batten, Fullerton, L. Batten to the Bradford County
i committee.( After a short program Will James cowboy author and the week-end here where he filled Wheeler Teachers

/r.,yy f consisting( of a piano solo by Patsy artist; or "Questers of the Desert writerof tin regular appointment at the The girls game was followed by Jan. 25th at Association the attractive Saturday school, the new Bona-Phonic Phonograph and then get

i Erinson and a reading/ by Cleo by James Willard Schultz Baptist church. -
: Thomas the meeting adjourned. Indian stories and member of Miss Jewell Cox of Lacrosse attended the one between teams made up from building in Lawtey. details from the Girls Basketball Ball Team
onlookers
from'Ponney Farms The teachers bpent the morning
ef tribe. And hon-
s ( the niackfoot fifty church here Sunday morn- I
and local boys, and was ably refereed with their usual routine of busl- ,
Our annual Is progressing dally orable mentions! lag. ,;
by a visitor from Penny ness after which they were Invitedto
t 0 Xjg In fact, we areglad to say that after For Information and backgroundon Mr. Dyal and daughter, Louise, Farms who
gave some very good come Into the Library at 12:30:
much labor, worry etc., the Dude Ranchers, write Mr. T. or Ralford spent Sunday here with advice fine of the .
on points game ---- --- --- ---- --- ----- -- ---- ------ ---- --- ----------------
material has all been arrangedand Joe Cuhlll, Executive Secretary Mrs. T. N. Waters.Mr. All those ;
in basketball
interested
-
the first Bradcohlan will be The Dude Ranchers' Association and Mrs. R M.\ Galney were must ,
recognize the fact that
seat to( press this week. However, Cheyenne, Wyoming and ask fora business visitors to Lake Butler
Intensity and( vigor is no substitute
-i t tree booklet. Enclose two-
our worries are not all over with a Wednesday..
for speed and skill
and the player
S yet-we still have more money to( cent stamp for return postage. Mrs. R W. Brannen and daughter who
merely battles through has
f
ralne-BO In the next few weeks Write clearly or typewrite your Pauline returned to their

wlion we try Home of our schemes essay! on one side of the sheet only. home In Lake Butler Saturday af- not caught the spirit of the game, r nfri lh \

all Put your name, address, age and which consists more In eludingand Low i ,ti, w '
jg jga for raising money we hope you tel' spending several days herewith
f boosters for B. II. 8. will help us. year in school, at the top of each 'l'Ienl1slllli i / relatives. outwitting; one's opponent
J than In
defeating him
by
: I' :, "Ve can nay right now that It la goIng sheet. Specify whether you prefer Mr, A, A. Kdwardij wait! n busIness mereItrE'ngth
to be a mighty fine little book. "Questern of the Desert" or !
t | visitor to Starke Thursday, r .
On Friday night the T. C. U.
have "Smoky. Don't ask to have the
41 "jf BCy of You would like to Mr. Alph Hazen was a business .
visited Melrone t
!' an annual. please let Ktttelle: Kendrick : '!'entries returned Keep a copy It'' vIsitor to Starke last Thursday. boys In the school and gymnasiumwith played a

,,1: our circulation/ manager )you wish, Messrs. O. W. and\ Halp'i' Hazen game the Melrose team. Owng: to

:, )now as soon as possible If a girl wins, the American Boy and( K. P. Calney werb transacting the Inability of the regular members
will pay the expensed of a thap-
last
g' In Jacksonville
---- business
l of the first team to be thereat
: \ Stop right this way ladles( anlgel1t1eml"l1 crone for the month's vacation. Thursday. "' --
r i the start of the game, second ,
;* forthe biggest show on Westward hotThe! Mr. H P. GaIney wa's a business team players had to take their .

11 i earth! Come gee (the wonderful American Roy vIsitor at Lake Butler last Thurs- !! pla<"e' for the first quarter, and .. ?

| breath taking reviews! Beautiful ay. when the team did at last get to-
i and things at mOl HPIUNGS In Misses. Blanche
girls-Go places see The pupils gether, they were unable to get
k.x k. ''I.* STUNT NIGHT-B. II. S.'s gift \\HIPS II. ]I. H. lurgdorff and' Inez Newman's Into their stride and Melrose won

x JI'' ";'" to StarkeAdmission only 2 and rooms enjoyed a picnic at Hampton easily ay 24 to 6. It 1 is to( be hop-

.: 4 bits. Friday High Springs came to Beach last Saturday. They ed that the return match which Is
p 1 Starke and whipped the Bradford went on the school bus early in
t.I 1. to be played at Melrose on next
r, Tornadoes 277. The was returned about
game the morning and
I 1.f. DIOMKIKI: SIIMOKS: Friday night/ will show a more
t+ Ira | very interesting will! good passing; five o'clock. All reported a good satisfactory lineup The T. C. U. 1

on both sides, but High Springs time and hoping to go again in the girls will also have a match on the \i
>* We' others see us.
uns as being more accurate for shots at
I near future.
o'caslon.Bladder.
::4 f' Strut, gentle kind and /good ( 1)) t the goal. Mr. Maurice Brown of Miller attended same
dominant and beet -
r Lola fierce, B. V. 1'. U. and church here

1I .$. u-tl-ful. .
HOT TIPSHoward
r Sunday night: ?
Uaitle looking knowlcdgus and Irregular
t% Mal-
-- Mr. A, B. Surrency and son,

[ happy.> M, "Just think lie/ business visitors to( I --
: every- were
....
:
fl''i Edna, always uncertain. -
time I breathe someone (dies." Starke Monday. If functional Bladder Irritation

r yes L.: Pearle M., seeming quite blank Bill W.:. "Better try Llsterlne." Mr. Leroy Osteen and little son, disturbs your sleep, or causes

AliT {* Jeanette, quiet but wide-eyed. left Sunday for their home In Burning or Itching Sensation,

r..; Million dollar Louise. 1IerrlllVhere's: the funny pa- Plant City after spending a few Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular

f: The senior close as a whole par?" days here with friends and relative aches making you feel tired depressed .

f I very angelic (Ahem). Father and discouraged, why not CJiner
t : "Funny paper? Today *. ;
| Estelle, unobstruslve. Is Thursday I told you not to take Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hazen were try th!! Cystex 48 Hour Test Don't creaier73eauy Jif

r Theodore, loud-noisome.r '' a bath last night." I visiting the latter's parents Mr. give u;. Get Cystex today. Put manceI
hm'ml']
Paul K., at your service, '
and Mrs. Wiley Thomas of Lacrosse 'It to the test. See for yourself
Proud Halite.
} I. Miss Florence (In Eng. Lit.) : Saturday night bow quickly it works and whatit

t l I. We suppose the rest are just "Do you read any of Shakespeare's Mrs. Lewis Shrlver returned does. *. Money back It It doesn't
plain folks!! (until next week.)
f. works?" home Sunday after spending a few I brIng> quick Improvement, and satisfy I
f -.- Never has Chevrolet fear In addition its beauty the
.I' Annie Mae: "Oh yes I read all days with friends and relatives in Il you( completely Try Cystex I a won greater to new new

: P:,l .' WHY I THINK; rOM.EOK TIIAIN of his ituff as soon as it comes Jacksonville.Mr. I today. Only 60c. Corpening's praise for its appearance than the new Chevrolet Six represents a remarkable

{; t ING IS WORTh ,WHIM-] out." Howell of Starke was vIsit- 1 Drug Store.( Chevrolet Sbt. Its'new Fisher bodies advance in every phase of perform
.; ing here Saturday night. -
-- 1l l reveal in detail the artistry that Its improved six-cylinder valve-
written John Henry: "Do you believe In Messrs. H. P. Galney Ralph and every ance.
folloVfin!!!;:; ttime was 1I
i :5 II\ The by Hazel Adklns. It In one of necking" R.: M.: }Hazen were, business visitors I has taade the Fisher name famous in-head engine has been increased to

i i. the many good ones written In, the Bon S.: "Why, of course not" I to Juckfaonvlllt fiUnday. throughout the motor car world. In 50 horsepower-giving faster acceler
dt f John Henry; "Neither d Melba Rae lodge and Mr.
< Miss
I. i eleventh grade last week 5 i, you
t. ,:III' *' Years It was not possible liar." Maurice Brown were In Gainesville beautyof line and color, in balance ation, and greater reserve power..

\\Iji f ago to ( to college but Sunday afternoon.Mr. and harmony of design, they represent Steering has been made safer and easier..
for go
aa .' I,: now everyone there are many ways In which Porter: "How would you like to Lourie Mott was visiting In rt su7d, 1 1t one of the greatest style triumphs in Four Lovejoy hydraulic shock absorbers

;II' r a boy or girl may college.work Ills or herwaY' sleep llrst?,"roam, head first or your feet Starke Mr., Friday A. L. Green and Lewis t I Fisher history. Upholsteries are richer provide exceptional riding comfort.

through
-'From every standpoint In life I Louise H.: "If It's all the same Shrlver were transacting business\ and more durable. The instrument Fully enclosed internal-expanding.

1 bellevo college training Is worth to you. I'd like to sleep all at the In Starke Tuesday r panel carries a new and more attractive weather-proof brakes give positive
; Miss Lubedla Pinholster spent f
I{,. while First wo all know that same time. the week-end In Lacrosse as guestof Bec grouping of the control instru. braking control. And numerous structural
4 neither high school nor college -
r; training put the qualities that go Miss Isabel: "Do you know, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Retnea near You Need It/ ments. Seats are wider and deeper. improvements add to the car's

I. ,' to make real: men and women Inac Dora, "where shingles were first Gal The aesvtlle officers. of the B. Y P. U. In fact, not a single feature has been dependability, endurance and long

,I them Those have to training( be born helps In used Dora (Ignorantly) : "lie-he I'd Federation met at the home of Insurance Is a necessity_a overlooked that would life. Come in today
the College
,' person. Mr. T. n. PIn bolster last Friday protective necessity, guarding
to make better every quality that rather not tell"Strut night. Among those present were you against fire I losses add to the comfort and TIlE cnrATEST and see this car. And

I.: each boy and girl bas day which amount to convenience of both ;
: "Can you tell me what !Misses Sadie Tenley and Pardew; every CHEVROLET remember it is now
The time once was that boys
than half billion
Messrs. Leroy Tenley and Roy more a driver and
could take professions without the sexes are? passengers. M uiEvaeur sonar available-
up
Pine Grove church near dollars a
college training but today the Lois: "Man\ woman and oh- Neal of year.
,
'to Gainesville; Misses\ Gladys and Hazel You know when fire
Strut: "And insects. never
t standard la quite different. A boy Underhill of Corinth church -ATr GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
occurs on your premises' but
1 or girl cannot attain any profession -
Y I r successfully without college Mr. Dowling (In chemistry) : near Starke and Mr. Melvin Futch adequate stock /fire Insurance T*. $ t r\r? Til

v training. You have often heard "First I'll take sulphuric acid and of Lawtey. assures you of sound protection. oADma.'t:,-' COUPE.................?565COUPE SLDANDELIVERY: ._...'.595

.tIT. , i the ter expression than, study"experience" but there Is bet-are then Scootle I'll( take: "That's some a chloroform.good idea." Misses Mr. and Louise Mrs.Caraway O. B. Colson and and Lu- Th PHAETON ..............*.495 n.SPORT .........'?625 DDU.IVLRY: :.. CHASSiS....'.365

'j .
T T
bedla Plnholster were visiting" TIt.
'. many; professions In life that could Worthington Springs. Lake Butler SPORT ROADSTER.......525 CLUB SEDAN.....625 lt TON CHASSIS..._..!52O
i Jeanette "I Just adore Tuel- t
:
not possibly be filled without a n. a n.
: college education. day." and State Farm last Sunday. COACH..................5 65 SEDAN .................'675 n.CHASSIS I TON WITH CAB.625?
Miss Louise Caraway a memberof
Gertie "BecauseJeanette
: -
t tP AU pricu/...b.factory
school faculty Flint.Miettlgmn
the Hampton :
.VIS A MONTH THE : "Because then 1 can

I WENT: WITH .:RIi.\Y OV tell myself that day after tomorrow spent the week-end here as guestof

1/L'DE: RANCH VACATIONWant I can can say that day after Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson.
tomorrow will be Saturday." We are all glad to report that Tor ode Ritch Chevrolet Co.

Mrs. E. E. Baxter la Improving
to see the West Like to .
spend a month at a Dude Ranch Officer (to( couple In parked au- since her past illness
to) "Don't see that sign- Pleas remember B. Y. P, U. every -
this Bummer learning to ride a : you
$ ,'fk I j cow pony, fishing and hiking over Fine for parking'?'* Sunday night at seven-thirty: Starke FloridaA

I the trails the pioneers made famous -. Sam: "Yes officer. I see It and Members are urged to be present HAROLD C. WAULINSURANCE I

.I e ? heartily agree with It." and all visitors are welcome.
I Mrs. Amy 0? Falrcloth. daughter -
) .
Then sit down at your desk pullout
THE RANGE
c, SIX IN PRICE
OF THE FOUR
a sheet of paper and write Tampa Improvement work of the well known R. H.Greene

across the top of It: "What Dude completed at new airport here. of here wu united In the holy STARKE, FLORIDA

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<00----- .;. - - ...._,- _u _'--A ....... ,-,. I .1..eNNNN...NN.N. Panborn, Mrs Frank Walrnth, Violin (a) Love's Gr l'tlng'l !Mrs Weld. covered by I Insurance

: Keystone Heights : Miss Elizabeth' Can g hey. Mrs. ftglar.; (Ib) Song of Love from I hoHtess at a very attractive bridge I .

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Thayer Mrs. !Mrs. Weber. The Lake Wales Chamber ot:
I II MU llelem Ogden, Cor. Rupert James niottHom Time Jack party given at her home on Keystone ,

i . Houser and Mra Klla: Bird.. Mrs. Voice: (a) Nobody Know. The: Lake Saturday evening.! I Commerce has made plans to
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I. Dan Reamer received I lh r 1 prlz-j for Trouble I've lleon (inurlelgh). (b) There were four tables and the broadcast one carrtllon concert
M: and Mrs Kerr of Detroit! high score Bi-ll Over ..101'1&1III's.\ Plone. (gucFtH were !\Ii'll. Klwell: Robinson, i
each month from the I3ok Ringing
Mich., are guests of Mr Kerr's sisters Keystone UHiUitu residents enJoyed I !tending;: The Three Weavers !Mrs James> IU t<'vt r L NEWSTOLD Tower at Mountain Lake nearLake
LIVE STATE Mrs. Charles Anderson and 1 a treat Wednesday evening {Annlu Fellows John"tollIi'll.! Lawrence Gertrude; lb riser, Wales.' Arrangement have
!Mrs. Lemniin. when three members of the Community Weld. Kleanor: ntithop. !Mafia Johnson
been made with the Clearwaterradio
Mi' and Mrs. "". II. Hendersonand church pave a recital at Violin (a) Cliaroune (I liyrand), A meet u end Helen Ogden; ; MexHrn..
station WFLA for a broadcast -
two children, Molly and William the church, Mrs. Pierce soprano) (Ill) Love Solids a Little Gift of James Hievere John !Moore, 1' llrn-
tho evening of Wednesday
Mrs. Johnstone and Miss !Mrs Wald. render and Jack Weber Roses. Jal'k"ebl.'r.. est Llpncomb, Harold Lawrence, on
BY OUR EXCHANGES January 29! between ho hours of
Johnstone of Youngstown, Ohio vlollnl t. !llrH. Pierre's voice Vo'ce (III) The Shepherd's Cradle l. Donald PunKbnrn and I Forest
N'30: and 9.30: , eastern IItan,1.arl h
: : p m
.__i ._-'-'---' ------------0- are visiting, : Mr. and Mrs. John was unusually lovely In I the six Kong (IGt'rmnuo'olkMoug\ ), (bl) i BII'k.11': ... Kcvlero received the time.
Walters. numbers she KIIIIK. The readingby ; :MorniiiK ( Speaks, ), Mrs. Pierce. I IOn ladteit prize for high score and .
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Went Palm Beach After be- Tampa Manatee county consistent Miss Maim Johnson Mrs. John 1Irs..1,1 of the "Three Weav Thurmiiiy IInl'rlloonIr8.! } \1.' \Forest Iturk made high serve for

Ing found guilty of the double winner at the South Florida :Moore and John Paul Heviera of ers" was one of the fluent thing well HobhiHiin gave a lovely bridge tho men A desert cake and cof- The third annual strawberry festival -

murder of his fiancee Mary Munoz: fair for several years, was to- Perry, spent the week-end with heard In Keystone Heights for party( the honor guests; : being !\Irll'l too were served.Keystone fop West Orange; county Is to f
Montero'Ernest A.Diaz day awarded first prize for thisyear's M,'. and Mrs. James Uevlore. some time also the violin numbers Austin BlI"8 of JackHOiivllle and, Heights. people feel 1m held at Winter Garden March d
und Stanley vegetable exhibit with Luke Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. Devore and by Mr.! Weber were enthusiastically hiss Harriet Uoyd of Mendvllle\ the deepest sympathy for Mr. and 7. according, to the action of the

was today sentenced to hang county only three points behindfor daughter, Mrs. Knapp of :Moadville. received by the audience Pu., other guests! were MKHO| (lertrudu :MrH. Hoot of lllllrrpHt. In the loss Winter Garden. Chamber of Com '

twice on April. Tills li first time second prize And Polk county Pa., are ii. I the Rupert npurttupnt > Mrs. George Skinner at the piano HoiiHer. Klliiiboth: Caughey, ,, of their home which burned to the nll'rl'which has .sponsored the

In the history of American law third. Jefferson county won first I: was a splendid ncvonipunl\ and Helen Lawrence, Arneeta and 111'1-1 around Sunday mOI'uIIlK.Ir.! and event for the last few years, Last
that a murderer has been sentenced prize for hay, gralnn and forage. Mrs. McQnigton\ entertainedvery ( I real muHlclaiix The opening numbers en Ogden and\ !Mrs.! James Ulever, Mrs I Hoot were away from home'' year's festival, was featured by an

to pay twice with hU life for Theso two claiisificlatlons are delightfully OH Tunaduiiftet, on the program were 1 two He Miss Lawrence received I prize for nt the. tlnu and, are completely ,n fold settlers convention! at which

crimes committed among the throe bin competitions noou with three tables or btldae '11"110118 by Mrs pierce\ : ri"ri> for low i till ,dark n M to i he "run so of I tie) 200 plnl1<:'t''Y who had lived In the '
at the fair. The third, In CIt The guests were: Mrs, Win Maker ratiMo I I Love \ on I illa\NU' I (tbl) I and Mrs Boyd wan given; a lovely III.They, are especially grieved state mi"rt- than a 'quarter of a century -

Fort Lauderdale Sheriff A. has not been determined. rlls/I/ Mrs. Karl McQIll, !Mls.t Anna Ura- Winter Lullaby (nu Koven i iUeadtUK. guest prize I nv,'I" Hie hurnliiK: of two valuable ,. Kire 1 prt
AV Turner's flaming; rt'dIport/! tee's prize Parried with It a $ I' ther, Mrs. Dun Revue' jfrs Clyde : Hi' Striven (to Please MHH| lOllznbelh: Cnughey was uInnle! dogH The loss is I partly.. ., guests; I
premium and was won on a total'
tempta-
coupe proved too great a 1
of 928 points cut of a possible 1.- ---- .' ; -
tion to a resident of the negro section ff.' 'I" 1f.L "V (
here last night.; While tile 00 O. three points ahead,of Lake
I, which took $400 second prize )
minstrel -
officer was Inspecting\ a negro
show some one took his car money. Manatee's award which o >;, ,
based on 25; points for variety
outside.It .
which had been parked
which barely nosed out I Luke's ,
sta-
was reported to the police
winning in quality, uniformity,
, man had been
tOIl: that a negro
machine driving west market ability and educational;
I, seen In the
in a big hurry. No: trace of the features. n.nOUnclng. !

car had, been found today. I
Orala Two northeast Florida

Miami Ralph Hale. Miami Imll1l11l1l1llles today counted property \ -

sewing machine salesman, was loss estimated high as $60.-
000 to $76,01)0. dead and
face one
to
placed In Jail last night
his wife and one Injured as the result of a tornado -
barges\ of deserting


five Fort children Pierce after had deputy arrested 10 sheriffsat him old\ In killed Marlon yesterday.and county a negro' A when infant negress the Injured twister was- the of the

as his marriage to a year "j
girl was being; performed In that cut a swatli about five miles opening ,

city. Officials at Fort Pierce were long/ between Summerfleld and Oc-
lawaha Several homes were de-
asked several days ago; to be> on
molished and others
the lookout for Hale Sheriff M. P. numerous
Lehmann of Dade county said. He damaged In varying degrees while ,,1
Miss Susie Bullock had
a narrow
had bought a
was trailed after he

Nona marriage M.! Fu license tch. for The himself arrest was and escape through when the wull a timber of a house was driven where

made as a Ft. Pierce minister was she was utaylng.lifted Its The fury storm without apparently J. & R. Store

performing the-ceremony. damage until struck a turpentine Dept. ,I:

Goad Tallahassee young; Memphis-Mrs. Robt.woman Henry, remained camp nell. in Twenty-six Flagler county houses, near for Bun-the

In an unattractive tell of most part negro (cabins the tur-

the Leon county Jail today while pentine still and other property

the law of the land Bought to clear damage occurred in that county.

up the killing of her husband at a Including the unroofing of a pack- ]
Located Call Street
local hotel yesterday. Goad was lug plant. on

shot with a. pistol receiving an in-
TIMIX SCIIIilsCLEOur : :
testlonal wound from which he pI

tiled at a hospital a short time lat >)

er. Two bullet holes were also !' 12:01:new a.schedule m. Sunday goes Dec.Into 15th effect I
found In the ceiling of the hotel
Next door Post office.

room. as Mrs."Dixie.Goad", affectionatelyknown said lie. had and train. 1, southbound will run as follows.No. local, due I to

Starke, 10:11( : p. m.
been hilled during a struggle for
No. 11, southbound local, due
the weapon.. Starke, 11:13 a m. I 4'e t

Tampa councilman- Peter, Ramos dreamed former last No.3.due Starko southbound 9:39 limited a. m Miami At this time we are taking the opportunityof \\ carry a full line of ladies ready-to-wear, ,

city No. 107, southbound limited,

night dream was that the he sweeter could because hear. Ills for: Starke Tampa. 1:09 and St.m.Petersburg, due thanking all our customers for past patronage gents' furnishing, dry goods and shoes, and also 4 4children's

10 years he had not heard a human No. 2, northbound p. local due and hope to have the pleasure of serving
voice. For three years no apparel. For this occasion \v.c have
Starke, 4:50: 8., m. ,
Bound artificial had aid reached, despite him much except money by No. 12, northbound, local due them in the future at our new store located next

Starke, 3:55: p. m. received several of the newest
spent in search of cures which doctors shipments style
No.4, northbound limited, due door to the postoffice.
said was Impossible. Awakening -
Starke 7:12 m.
ho smiled to himself! "If No. 108, p.northbound limited dresses the latest in shoes spring styles in millinery -
he ,
dreams were only true We have fix
duo Starke 5:45: p. m. spared no expense to up our new
Though his musings
thought.the sound of clock. Startled No. 192, northbound limited, and the Onyx and Romilla Hose in all
came, he called aloud a and was astonished m.Washington and Beyond 6: 14 a. store in such manner as to enable us to give you


to hear.-aji-answering cry. SI..kc"I1C'C: the best service, our personal attention, and the shades and sizes.
I No. 101, leaven\ !:! Starke 7:00 a.
Tallahassee Apparently In a m., No. 102 arrives Starke 2.40: p. finest merchandise at reasonable
Jealous rage, a woman giving; her m. dally except Sundays.T. very prices.

name as Mrs. Dixie Goad, 23, of J. Grlllln, Agent. As a special inducement for you to visit our
shot and fatally
:Memphis Tenn., Goad, 25 The store is now open and you are cordially
wound- Robert Henry
Illuo Line Lines
whom she said store we are reducing all our merchandise at
also of Memphis,
Northbound-8:59 1:58 visit ,
: invited earliest
was her husband at a local hotel a. m., : to pay us a at your conven-

this morning. The shooting took a.p.m,4:30p.m m. ,8:28p.in.,5:10: ience. very low prices, some of which we list below:
place In the room of the two at ,
Southbound-9:37 a. m., 1137.:
shortly before 8 o'clock. Three a. m., 4:07: p. m., 8:37 p. m., 11:50
bullets from a .45 caliber revolver \- .
had evidently been fired one p. m.ILKIIK I h


and coming taking the/: effect out other through in two Goad's lodging his back stomach In and the, : '!*(KIMCI'.r.'oi';vrr-: FITO9. STVMIMKVr Ladies Silk Dresses from New Spring \Wash Dresses i'7'

Monthly flnnncmi. rmment or
wall of the room near an electric I1r..11 ford county I for the month of
fan. January 1l21.! !
1 iirfirrial Fuu'l $3.98 95cup
Hal.! Jan J. 1MO 1214.IIUnfOlplM up r
Jacksonville Harold Frank dtirlnir. mojth; 122074

Peters who Is wanted in Regina, liul.Warrant.'"h. J.during1 19.111: month_. ._ ___ IB81.9S 11,12.H7
Saskatchewan, Canada, to complete Flee sad 1.r..Uure FIIIM Fast Colors
Hill. Jan 1. I'UO' __ I Il/aI.U
serving a sentence of more Iti celptH. during month 1764.33
than 22: years, has been captured Warrants durlnir month 12.15.52: Ladies Hats---NewStyles from
list Feb. 1. 1IUO __- 240.1.24Itfiml : :
In Florida by Immigration officers fund
and will be returned to finish his 'Flal.Receipt Jan.during 1, 1UH! 'month______ 4085 3753.10.19 1 New Patterns in Wash prints

term. Peters was taken near New 1 WarrnntH durlnir month 98c
Smyrna last Saturday and his cap- 'Hal. Feb. 1. 19:10 - .. 7838.25Vuhllelty up

ture has Just been announced. He rial. Jan. i. UU! __Fond___ 415.04 19c yd.Men's
Ftec.iptH rtiirlnn month 60.63 .
waa located In a deep Junglewherehe __
Warrants durlnir month 50.00Hal.
had built a hut from which he Feb. 1. I9.1O __._ -_ 425.67

ventured only at night. Officers I 1 Jan.OutX.ndlBK I. in*'.* ._ ._KaailPal. e4.30 Ladies full-fashioned hose in all Shirts---White and fast color
said he made nocturnal excursions Kecelpta during month -_ __ 291.50
into New Smyrna where he rob- Warrants. during month 1O.OO
Hal. Feb. I I. lUB! __ 188.48 I
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bed stores to obtain food and oth- W/dew'. "..aalo.Ral. .
shades. Reduced
er necessities and that he visited Jan. 1. U39 ____ 435.88 Specially Patterns
ItncelptM daring month __-_,. 109.98 '
the postofflce, where he received Warrant during month 1450

Jteglna.Tallahassee.. I Bal. Jan.A.rl..lt.r.1 1. 1989! -Fund 8 .90Kccclptu 95c up 95c
during month ._??_ 10998 up
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Warrant durlnir month 12500
W. J. Taylor andL. Bal. Feb. 1. 19.1(1( 71.88

W. Wilson, Thomasvllle. Ga.. rial. Jan 1.Unlltimf 192'J ___Fund_____ ._ 70*.2S -

Atlanta fishermen paper got their supporting pictures in their an ,; Receipt Bal.Warrant Feb.during 1 durliiif 1930 month-month-_ .___ 818.21 109.98 These are just a few of the numerous bargains in our new store. You

In
proud tales of fishing prowess I hereby certify that the foregoing
Florida waters. Now they may get statement Bhowlnir balance at the
Into trouble. Attorney General the beginning month of herein end above at the stated ending, and of are urged to take advantage of our very low prices and give us the opportunity :

Fred II. Davis today received a of the receipt and warrant issued
during Bald month correspond with
copy of the picture showing the the r."Drd. of my office and I In true
and ccrrwpt to the newt of my knowledge welcome in our new location.DO
-unoiJBA jo q'B 188 till-- uaw OAU and belief. 1 aUo certify that you .
size and kind along with a letter the following I I. a lint of all county I
from D. F. Crosland Mldvllle Ga., depositories, *hi>wlnir tha balance In
each. at the clone at the month herein
who believed that the. picture was and. atated anti the amount of *a-
visual evidence that days' catch curlty, furniNhed and the amount by each each of Interest depository .- NOT FORGET THE ADDRESS: :

limit had been far exceeded by paid or credited during Bald month
The attorney by each ald d r ,iV"itory on accountof
the Thomasville general anglers.stated that he PO current dally balance or time de- Call Street--Next door to the Postoffice Starke FloridaFRIDAY

would turn the letter and pictureover Wltne. my hand thin lit day of b
February' I.,..
to C. E. Woodward fresh wa- a. W. ALDERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
to
ter fish and game commissioner Bradford county
take whatever action he saw l1t.o' Blanche Alderman D. C.



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BRADFORD ( ttNTY'TE-EGRAPD. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7;' IIMoTHIIH.
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Timber
Third
Enrollment
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co-operatively la whatever maximum yields of gum commen- vestlgatlon 'of the possibilities n

team they may serve loyalty to surate with the development of hardwood forestry In Louisiana ti
C. M. T Camps themselves, their fellows and their Can Be GrownIn '
I trees for other products. nanced by" the Louisiana State d
$ ocictyAI country; appreciation of competition -
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f yT To Open March 1 as the basis of: success, yet The South Work has been under way on a vision of forestry In 1928 how,...i i
I disease known the brown-spot
executed In, that spirit which aa the urgent need for studies n'
needle blight, which causes very
.. makes clean, thought and clean action growth and reforestation In tin,
I itrwlfonl ( ..unt''.. Quota l Is Four, the vehicle! for deserved pridein Ktarke station Experimenting"' serious damage to longleaf pine in highly productive section.

U.ItUISTfUT.UUU; : : : I which was from"Roads to the Pity With Four Allwnat** Mil- accomplishment. jusllfl** With Itmt Methods:' of the seedling stage. Forestproducts The station's program calls :.

1.'. n. r.MM of God" In both circles a paper I ill Kurly Last Year ambition toward greater ends. TurprntlnR' pathology work has centeredon continuation of research on t..?...
I{ was read giving a few facts about : What more can healthy: wholesome a study of the sapstain and est fires on the Southern Coastii,,
A. !M Darby WBB the hostess the. life of the two ladle. for whom i During the coming summer th'ewar and Intelligent Americansaim Under full production and man mold problem the Importance of Plain; studies of methods of MI
I Wednesday afternoon to the the circles were named. Mrs. Harriet department will again offer to for'I'arenu aged for continuous growth the which was brought out by a pre- tural reforestation under varloi

I W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. U. C., at Peek was a charter memberof four young men of Bradford coun- will appreciate what all forest lands of the South could liminary survey of mill conditions systems of management; Influen.. .'.
her home on N. Cherry afreet. the Starke society which was ty the opportunity to enroll In the of this means and should be especially provide at least one-third of the in the South. of forest conditions upon naml

A The president, Mrs. Darby pre- organized! over forty years ago. Citizens Military Tralnng! Camp. anxious for their sons. to wood requirements of the entire Funds larger than before became stores production, and the JIOHbillty -
sided and !Mm. L. II. Hill read the :Mrs. Noble White has been a mem- These camps are for the period of attend the camps.Enrollments United States, says E. L. Demmon, available to the Southern station of new types of Instrument.

r minutes of the previous meeting.The ber for thirty-three year, and one mon'h and for the boys of cannot be made be- director of the Southern Forest this year, permitting a begin for use In the Industry; and cm. ,

(.,I'h treasurer !Mrs. George C. both ladles have don outstandingwork Bradford county will be held at fqre March\ first, and every young Experiment Station, in his annual ning upon the study of the financial tlnued and extended grazing, management \
for the church Fort Screven Georgia ( near Savannah -'I report just transmitted to the aspects of timber growing in
Y' White, read the financial report { man who may wish to attend camp naval stores, pathologic I
The hostess, assisted by her from June 13 to July, chief of the Forest Service U. S. the southern pine region. The
--ami attar a abort business session ), 1 will have full opportunity to apply. economic, and erosion studiesNOTUI .
a social Jour wan. enjoyed. daughters Misses Hope and Geor- 12. The quota for Bradford coun- It should be remembered that onlya Department of Agriculture, study will necessitate investigations -
Misses Mary IJrownl end Bun- gia Catherine Haynes, served ty Is four and there should be at limited number are allotted to It is estimated that 14S.OOO.OOO of local timber supplies, consumption -
Je Canova each gave entertaining light refreshments. to the follow- least one alternate for every principal each county, yd' at leant twice that acres of land are In forests- or best of forest products trans -: TO 11I.n
reading, and Miss) Ethel Crlflln favored ing members present Mesdames J. BO that It Is desired to secure number should apply because cir- suited to forest growth In the eight portatlon factors, trend of: timber -
ha, the company with two If. Rltch, J. T. Guy, T. J. Grlmn.I a minimum of eight applications. cumstances may prevent some of states served by the Southern Forest values, and the probable cost and The board of bond true lees
a voice: numbers. For refreshment II. A. Weeks L. S. Hutto. A. Z. those who are accepted from at' Experiment Station Georgia. returns from the practice of for- Uriulforil county, Fla., will rim,."
Healed bid .
i' t., the hostess nerved a tempting sal- ,I Adklns. F. II. Long K. K. Ferryman i These camps compare most favorably -.1 tending. Any young man betweenthe Florida Alabama, Mississippi estry. rotary till at 10:00: the o'cloi odlce of A.the M.- .
/ h '' ad course. H. A. Dew L. Wyman and : with summer camps held ages of 17 and 22. having a Louisiana Arkansas, Texas and Congress appropriated funds for and the Fourth day of Slnreh.. A. I).. 11"! '
at that time
---:-_ Ml .s Florence Wood I throughout the country for whicha grammar school education, l is ellg- Oklahoma. WJth the addition of study of the problem of how erosion for the purchase of publicly open son
J WOM.1N'SLI'I; TO :MKKT' : : large tuition Is chargedtheboys 45,000,000 acres in Virginia and from the re-wept and denuded Two One and One-half Ton Trui I I.
,
IIKIIM: 1'.\ltTY aro given fullest opportunityto ble.The tho Carolinas a total of 190,000- forest lands In the South Same to be equipped with Calm.
{, state consists ot one district yard dump bodies and heavy dOl'<
A :: The regular monthly; ;;; club meeting take part In supervised athletics which is divided Into sub- 000 acres In the South are classed may be < >ntrolled and how far .( r- tires on rear.

Cif f\\ will lie held Wednesday after- Mr. and Mrs Junlus. Smith entertained their moral welfare la. closely dlstrlcttt! of several counties each, as actual or potential forest land. e try can go In helping to hold i accept It understood Two Model that Ford bidder Truck HI. ,.

e. a noon, Feb. 12. The music department with three tables of looked after and from a sanitary for the purpose of securing enroll- In Its research program the the soil In place. This study Is be- exchange and to Rive net price i'
G i with Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, bridge last Friday night. viewpoint these camps are unexcelled. ments. Each county will prob-- Southern Forest Experiment Station ing started in the Mississippi! riv- :'blel inx. with allowance for the trad

i1 chairman will have ehargo: of the The rooms where the guests Training in American CIti- ably have a representative to is undertaking to ascertainthe er drainage where control meth- Thai board reserve the right i I.
Lai 1 1l program which will include select spent the evening were attractively zenship Is stressed in fact Is the whom young men may apply for forestry methods best adapted ods are necessary to keep the erod- reject any or all E.blrin.S. MATTHEW
1 decorated and scores were kept on main objective and attendance Involves conditions found in this re- ed material from the river.
i. to
Eli tlons. by Mrs J. L. Urlggs and Miss information and secure application Chairman, Board of Bond Trualei,
Virginia Peace of Jacksonville, tallies representing famous his: absolutely no obligation blanks. Applications from Brad- gion. The station maintains head Between one-third and onehalfof C.ATTEST A. FUTCH:
torical characters.The I moral or legal for military ser- In New Orleans, and fieldwork the total production of hard .
and also readings by Miss Hazel ford county should be made to, quarters Secretary :
2.7.5:7
r ri" Mlddleton.i plus and minus system was 'l vice. Furthermore, not only l Is attendance Major J. A. Van Fleet, Universityof is' carried on at a numberof woods in the United States comes _:

" r i hostesses for the afternoon will used in adding the scores at the at these camps absolutelyfree }Florida Gainesville, Fa., who branch stations in various parts from the bottomland forests of the

4 a aE be: Mrs. O. L. Ileasley, Mrs J. M. end of: the games. Miss Ethel but the boys expenses are has seven counties: Dixie Gll- ot the South. Southern States, principally those Rent Cheap
Alvarez! Mrs. It. F. Uemorest, Mrs. Griffin and Mr. C. A. Knight received paid by the government from his christ, Levy. Aiacoua, Union, Some of the major research activities : bordering on the Mississippi river.
Edward Burns Mrs. J. A. Saul, prizes for holding high home to camp, and from camp Bradford Marlon in his. sub-dis of the station are reviewedby This region covers an area of more Keep the land improved -
.: Mr W. L. Wall and Mrs. II. H. scores and Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll back to his home again.A trict. Director Demmon. The effectsof than 30,000,000 acres and represents -
"Young.MRH. were given consolations for widespread interest In this fire on the four principal speciesof one of the most important
holding low. state ha been taken in theee CARD OK THAMiH southern pine under the various fields in southern forestry. As yet 'When demand comes,

: T. J. AI.DKRMAVIIOHTKHH : A salad course was served to the camps. U Is significant that Flor- conditions are being investigated the Southern station has been unable the price is too high,

y : AT LUXCIIKO.V following guests: Mr. and Mrs. C. ida last year attained its quota in We wish to thank our many through intensive studies of successive to work in this region as then we all move to
A. Knight, .Mr. and Mrs. D. A. five days after the enrollments began friends who were BO .kind to us fires on the seedlings from present funds are obligated for
Mrs. Thomas J. Alderman enter- Montelth, Mrs, W. J. Epperson Jr., on March first, and wall.the one particular seed crop and on less desirable prop-
ll i iAl during the illness anddeath of our
y tly tained at one o'clock with a luncheon of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T. T. second state of the Union to fill its darling loved one, Nellie May,Dur- stands of varying ages, and by erty, so on until you

'. at her home on Ninth street Long Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll quota' of applicants. There were Unqt f he kind ,words' ot sympathyand studies of cut-over lands. Man- I l/ lAr are out of the neigh-
Dr. W. C. Young. Jr., and ,I' .
t for the members of the LIvre de MissEthel more than twice the number' of for the beautiful flower May agement studies, Involving' cultural I
Griffin. applicants for the available vac- methods necessary to grow borhood.
,
Mole club. The luncheon table .God bless you all. : .
overlaid with lace cloth and I' ancies. continuous crops of trees on the ,
was Elizabeth
a C. .A. Purling, Mrs.
........................ Any state !Is proud In the same land have been made and
centered with an artistic arrangement Dees, Mrs. J, V. Jones, Mrs. S. .r G. M. InmanStarke
thought that Its men some of the stations findings are
eagerly
t ) of early spring flowers. :f TIIERESSA : young L. Sharpton, Mills Pearl Dees F.
After the luncheon the membersof seek to train for thirty days to be published soon.
i M. Dees. C. 101, Dees.
>i the club held an informal dls- Miss\ Rhoda Zeigler, Cor. each summer in those basic elements r-- The production of naval stores Fla.

fe I? "V fifc ' cus lon of Kristin Labransdatter : .....) ...0.N..N...1 aNN that all good citizens should 5--: > In Southeastern States is an Industry .
by Sigrid Undset. The book Is a i possess. Citizenship Is the key which in the region Is exceeded -
tale of Medieval Norway and by MHH| Bessie Cloversettle spent note of the whole project. The W. O W. Camp No. 138-A only by agriculture and
f i, the author of the 1928 Noble I' the week-end In Hampton visitingher United States government pays every strong effort will be made at our lumbering In Importance The sta STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
j y prize. staler Mrs. C. R. Manlre.Mr. necessary expense for 36,000 next meeting Friday night, Feb. tion's naval-stores research program Suits Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped

{ : { and Mrs Charles Forsyth young men to be trained each summer 7th, to organize a degree team. centered at the Starke J. Frank Thoman
::111&SU MRS .V. HTKRNIliUGKNTKRTAIV : motored to Starke Saturday.Mr. There would be no difficulty Please be present.J. branch alms to determine those -Phone 52
: b. R. Swindell and children In securing many times that num- W. Morgan Clerk. methods of turpentine which will '
Clara and Willie, were visitor to ber If Congress would make the iOn assure continuous growth of the

tt ,I Lovely cut flowers were effec- Hampton Saturday afternoon appropriation. There are about account of the Interest which trees and replacements of the THE PASSION PLAY

a j. tlvely arranged throughout the !\In. W. A. Jones and son Herbert fifty camps of this kind operated has been manifested by citrus Morocco Temple, Mystic Shrine, Jacksonville, Florida,

1". borne of Mr. and Mra. N. Stern- visited her daughter,. Mrs C. each summer throughout the United growers und others in the use, by .' .-. .w" presents the tamed Freiberg Passion Player in their
It. and (I. fl. Manlre Monday.Mr. and located that tho United States department; of . .. .1/-, great
States, so tragedy of the Cruclfllxlon.
. r. .berg Thursday: night: when they Duval County Armory week
1i *I T entertained members of the- Twentieth ' and Mrs. K.: S. Slblny spent young men can easily reach a camp agriculture and Florida. state plant I of February 9.

: II'. Century dub at bridge w "ktl.lID; Heulah Park with his not very far removed from their board, of a "bait spray" for destruction FLORIDATHEATRE Special Railroad fares-Ask any passenger agent. .
p, : }I, At the conclusion of the play parents homes and all expenses met by of the Mediterraneanfruit
Eight
night
;. awarded the winners. Dr. K. L. Mrs. Jasper Bennett left! Tuesday' I It will be noted that "CItizen- Florida, of the effect'of/ such\ sprayon Saturday .
i1r $F IllgKS and Mrs. L. Wyman held for a visit, In Jaxper. ship" is stressed as. the important trees and fruit and the questionof I Homo of Vitaphone MOUTH, $I.lift and -gt2: MATI.\I-is: $1 and *I.BO

t+' 1 b high scores for the evening while Everybody remember Christian purposo of the camps. Although whether the use of: this new I Send Money Order with Reservation

y ? :Mr J. J. Truby und Miss Mabel Union and services at Christian these + j\ Weller made low. church every Sunday night the authority of the War Depart- be attained thin question has been I I' :, PLOIUUASayBut

1'M t The guests who were an follows, Miss June Adkins of Hampton, ment, and operating personnel are Investigated by a committee con Program Week of Feb. ,
I II
enjoyed a tempting salad course: spent last Tuesday night with Ml ISH members of the United States sisting exclusively of citrus growers I

jl'ii ors 1'>lr. and Mrs. L. Wyman Dr. and Rhoda Zelgler. Army the selection of that agency!; I L 10,1930Monday I
Mr. A. L. Sullivan motored to for their conduct was made by
Mrs. E. L. niggs, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Ii, L. neasley, Mr. and Mrs J, W. Starke Saturday, congress. Training under the di-
t. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and, Mrs. J. C. Mr. (1. M. Bennett wan a visitor rection of I the Army is known by GAIETY Tuesday

'. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilf to Starke Friday Congress to be of such Intrinsic & 'Wednesday
Mf. G. W. and H. D.
I Hlnson value that no other agency was
son. Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mills| Mabel I
:Weller and Mr J. J. Truby May were visitors to .Starke Monday considered as being so fitted to impart THE LOVE PARADE
) to young men the fine characteristics THEATRE
f G. A. :MKKTM: Messrs.! Clyde and Lacy Brown of American Citizen I with
;- of lirooker( ( were visiting their sister ship. Congress appreciates that

; .' Circle No.1 met with Mrs. W. Mrs Ben SusBer last week- military training within Itself fosters ___ STARKE, ,FLA.. Maurice Chevalier I

J. Kppernon Monday afternoon. end.Mrs.: and promotes only those elegy I
ri{ The time was spent In completing O. J, Phillips and( childrenand ments that Involve the truest constituents Saturday, Feb. 8 All Talking Singing &

t the study of a missionary book, !Mitts Debbie Phillips of Law- of,the high class citizen HOOT GIBSONin I
I. 'Ollmp plt of Missionary Life," after tey were visitor here Saturday, The good military man canot help , Dancing
( *( which five of the girls took the .MHH| Mildred Phillips spent Sun but be the good citizen, and the I Ij I

examination on the book which 'entitles day with Miss Clara Swindell. good citizen Is the timber from "THE LONG LONG /

I ,', them to u seal for their 0: A. Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Youngblood; which come all good military char- j Thursday & I
Ii TRAIL"Also Friday d
$ certificate were visiting W. L. Wallace Sunday acters.o acll Is absolutely Inclus- yF

':\ Home-made candy was served afternoon.We ive of the other. But simple mili- "Hot for Paris" -T-
;j during the afternoon. are sorry to know that Mrs.T. tary training Is not the scope of Comedy Turn Him Loose

fi Circle No. 2 had a very Inlerest-I B. Trlest is very 111 at this writ- what is taught;; It is only a part. and Paramount News with
Ing. We wish her speedy, recovery
p I ing meeting on thin same after- I a Joined in with this instruction are

t noon at the home of Miss Mildred the following: actual citizenship Victor McLaglen
t V Hundley.l training embracing those matters r/turs.-Fri. Feb. 13-14
NN.......... ......: of civic and knowledge rind an All Star Cant Those
B HHI"IVI governmental
*** >< > > HI>B l HHV Hl Figures
Alice White'
ty l,; C1IU-LKH: 0 I.' W, :\1 I. H. : Rising : ; corresponding' responsibilities -
athletics of all kinds and in
lIfTIOSU.: ; \Y ;
Mis\ iris McRae, Cor. .
r r many hours dally of wholesome '"Broadway Babies"also .Saturday Look Good
4fL ( Mrs., W. O.ll'ii;; and Mrs. W. .........+..*+.++....... recreation and diversion. All Is

!,'to+ E. Middleton were hostesses Mon. Mr and Mrs. Owen Wiles and evenly balanced. And out of this "THE. KISS" Like
d \ day afternoon at Mrs": Halla'a well adjusted instruction and ofISeollandYards" many other salaried men his income
mother" Mrs. Crawford of Jacksonville 8th Episode pl|."Ace with was
I i. home, to the Noble White Circle were visiting Mr. and l\lrll. 'guidance what is the result of the I limited. At first, it "pinched" him a bit to deposit
of the Methodist Millenary Society Zany Crawford Sunday. thirty days spent In such an 'atmosphere $3 i Conrad Nagel I -five dollars in this Bank
; Calendulas and other Mr. and Mrs. F. M. White spent ? The answer Includes all I he every" pay day. But soon
A to spring flowers were used to brighten Sunday night with her brother and those high Ideals'" of the physical, -Peb. 15 and realized. how easy it was to get along without
Saturday '
the rooms. slater-in-luw, Mr. and Mrs. 1\1. J. mental and moral that all worthy I Greta Garbo I the "five." Putting it away became a habit with
i The circle leader, Mrs. W. B.r McRae, Americana should stand for. More Harry Careyin him. And then
Music Sound and Dia, came "Interest "
r Parks presided. over the business Mum Hazel! Underhill was visit- specifically the young men are Day. 4 percent
, session, and appointed, MM. W. O. ing at High Springs the latter part built up In health through correct logue I II II II added, to the figures in his Pass Book. Gosh, but

halls as secretary and, Mrs. W. E. of last week. posture, erect carriage, muscle) development "The Border Patrol"also that total looked good I No wonder he smiled !
MIddleton as circle treasurer Mrs. Mr. Vf. F. Harnage and family lithe bodies. and elimInation I

I ..;:.i A. Wood conducted the study, of Wateroak, were visiting Mr. and of awkwardness and slug I OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY!
which was two chapters from Mm. II. M. McRae Sunday after- gishness; keenness of mind, Comedy "Single Bliss'
i "Roads to the City of: Clod." after noon. breadth of vision and understanding That young man In. going to amount to

which the hostesses, assisted by Mr. and Mrs.' I). M. McRae were and appreciation of the rights; And Paramount News something some day.And so win
Mrs. L.. A. Davis and Mrs. A. W. visiting Mrs. McRae'a parents, Mr. privileges and responsibilities with person who goes<< ) in for systematic every Har-
Anderson served a salad course and Mrs. W. F. Harnage Saturday respect to themselves .and to oth- ;Show Starts. at 6:45 '"*, .
., with coffee and tea. night. . ers; molding of character In the .
Attending this circle were: Mes- Mr. and Mrs. II..M., McRaa were, essence of what all true men

dames A. W. Anderson Sam ,Anderson. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O..It. Alvarez should be, self control and: self Bradford County
A. W. Radars! ,.. S. S. Sunday. Bank

y Cowling, J, I,. Stanford, T; J. Alderman Mr ..'V. T. Crosby has returned Best Purgative for Bradford County's Financial
Hamilton Mitch, < Wade home after spending several days' Stronghold F
.
t Kennedy Jt p. Mack E. ,s'' Mat Rinses at the GUI hospital at I i STARKE FLA. fc -

thews, A. Wood, W. E.Mlddleton Starke. Her many friend are glad I
..j i :W, Q. .Halle Pearl Snyder, W. B. to see her Improving so rapidly. I
Parks, L. A. Davis, Miss Amelia
Miss Iris McRae was the guest I a
I, Ray Miss Amy Coburn. and Mrs. of Mt Vlrad Harnage Saturday I II Y'w
r 9 _
Foster of Hendersonvllle. N. C. night and Sunday.
Mrs. O. L. Haynes entertained 1 Mrs T. N. Norman who was I Talking or Singing I bra k )

[ the Harriet Peek Circle, of which taken very 111 at the home of her -:==: Comedies DailyGAINESVILLE
l. she Is leader and appointed Mra. parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Mc _' l- .....
A. Z. Adkins --'" I
as circle secretary Rae.underwent an operation Mon .
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks as circle day and Is reported getting along Relieve v. I ;FLA. .-
f treasurer. After the business the congestion reduce .
meetIng nicely at, the Lamb liocpltal. at ,. com.plication
; ,
I.:', Mrs. J. T. Guy led the study; Starke. *, batten recovery. I II

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NT A WORD : : : Hampton, Fla.. Feb. 4th, 1930 : II i
MU. Ads NI....... t'... .,..
The Bradford
Telegraph
I Bits of I County
COLUMN ...............9........ i /Starke. Fla. dais before the morning 0' ,

Misses Muriel Johnson and Annie I Denr Sirs: \ '
RENT Furnished apart- Laura Tucker accompanied by Please allow me space In your rush begins I just sit !7 !;

nt. Call at A. H. Green's icai .Iev Miss Tucker's brother Coleman paper for the following letter of

[>re. 2-7-3t Tucker, ,spent" the net'k-end with thanks and wonder "why the, (adr'I I s
friends and relatives In Macou, Ga.Rev To Sheriff Epperson and his I

RENT First and secondJor I Concerning Our People, Business and Montgomery; preached'. at deputies also all citizen\ .) who so ,Who thinks of it? :a !

apartments. J. F. Kick Progress of the County and Town. the Methodist beach! lat Sunday kindly assisted me in the apprehension I .
er. l-3tf. morning" and eveulnff.1C. ot the two men who bloke

11. Wattereon of Virginia; and entered my store (mu Sunday I
resident night of January 2tth.! ID.'IO.: 1 feel Who Introduce It? And where after l'I
RENT Four furnished 8' who wait once a of our Its brief life does '

[>ms bath room, $20 a month. WKATIIUK: Itr.l'OItT STUNT NIGHT, Friday, Feb. 7 at town arrived bore last Friday lie It my duty I to tell the people! thesuccess It got Of course dome fatlH are easy enough! 'to account !'
have had In the
has host friends here, who capturingof
a of are
E. Dunham. It 8 o'clock.
the burglars: of the many times for; everyone knows that Mother Eve: started< Feb. 5 1930. always glad to see Mm j
Week ending ,
t have been wlu-n she went her famous ;
Simmlon Thomas of Graham robbed I have been craze on now apple diet
[SALE-Wood, stove and fire- Date Max. Mln. Preclp. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Newsomand
was transacting business here last In business 19 years and my store but I was'ulltI'rlnl( mainly about fads. In drexH For Instance -
ice. E. M. Thomas, Phone 92.7.4t' Jan. 30 47 37 .04 family oft/ Petersburg, were has been robbed ten lines By
Jan. 31 56 31 / ..- Monday.Mr. I take tin Inutile (that IK. If you ran find one ) back '
recent
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. till assistance. ot our good officers
Feb.\ 1 65 39 A. Newxom.He and Mrs. A.'C. Gould, who and co-operation of the! citizens we In the gay nineties no matter how calm and quiet the i"
have been the of Mr.OOlllll's .
IK GRAFTING through Feb- Feb. 2 67 51'- guests C. Gould have havo captured nine out of the ten.I young; ladles might: appear to the casual 1 onlooker they s
and first week In March Feb. 3 68 45 father F. ,
ary -Everybody's doln' it now! returned to their home at Sharps. bellovo If the citizens of Bradford were always In a bu..118.'hy. lu those dark ages no } '
74 58 .13
4
| straight. O. D. Kersel Starke. Feb.
Feb. 5 82:: She--Doln' what? Little Hobble John, who had county will ('OoIIPI'ale08\ (>1'I flapper considered\ \ herself\ tit shape to appear before
1312t. He-(Joining to STUNT NIGHT. with Sheriff Kuporsnn m and his deputies -
Total rainfall for week.17 ins. the misfortune of breaking his leg'' I the public< eye except In one of those cast Iron rumble v
,. ., several has friends we will lessen crime lu I thiscounty.
days
SALE -- Lemon fig trees, Mrs. Frank Pomeroy and Mr. ago many In thin last capture we seats. Hut nnw.Ihat U the hustle today?-just something '
In
town and the surrounding community -
and 60 cents Bamboo, 26 Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Crews were Frank Pomeroy. Jr., of Jacksonville who are delighted to I found tho citizens all tho way from for little Willie to catch butterflies In, that's all. is

iuts a clump. Roses, bulbs* visitors from Urooker Friday. were guests of Mr. and Mrs know that Ms condition In rapidly Maxvlllo to Highland ready to. assist Thou more recently cam Iho "no otorklng" fad (and( pi
Irubs. A. E. Dunham. It J. M. Mitchell\ us In poHHlblo. This
Tuesday. every way
improving./ mo with u nice long!: hosiery counter) oh. how I hated that ll
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle spent and meant a lot t to( the searching\ I party i
Rev. J. n. Acktey family
SALE Rhode Island Red Wednesday in Jacksonville. Enemies will\ be friends after th Jrnew' bungalow In making this rupture. Again
kgs, 75c for 16, pure Stock. STUNT NIGHT. 1 are now occupying Church street, that has; thanking all, stockings" fad' Unit would be more like It. And, any i
I on
Ira. Geo. A. GarOlner: Starke. Fun for all-STUNT NIGHT. Just \been completed.Rev. I beg to remain, that Isn't such n bad idea at that If a hole came In the

r7-tf. I Mrs W. J, Epperson and Mrs.G. A. A. Durdeii< nonchalance when
Norris will 1 preach" at the upper pair Imagine your you remembered f
SEEDSFORSPRING Mr. and Mrs K. A. Newsomwere A. Anderson were guests of Mr. Baptist church next Sunday mornIng the underneath, hose But all that of course, isunnecessary

lanting. Cole Planters and visitors In Lawtey Sunday.Dr. and Mrs. Foster Eddy in Alachua ; and evening TIIK: VI l.f.tai K: m.\C'Ks\IITII-I: as holes don't coins In the stockings you getSS ;
last
rtllizer distributors, also Rlv- Saturday. Mrs. Carpenter and xon. Jack of )lOlmnSIZI'U.to"It. : at ;I
W. C. Young, Jr.. spent sev-
Palatka, who hare been visiting/
!J' Plows at White's. 1-17-41. Nprlnlx
eral days In Tampa recently.Mrs. Mrs. Geo. Mozo and sons David Mrs Carpenter's parents, Mr. and .\.... .,. tO I.OIIKffII/ STERNBERG'SiEnlitht. ,rr is +

RENT 6-room house, all and Walter, and Mrs. C W Mrs. J. Pursley have returned to Under an ad of gasoline: tile vil- .:::: .h. un.1I"rhln
J. S. Meads of Jackson LIddon, all of Jacksonville, were I e
iodern( conveniences. Also fur- their home. lage smithy stands; ho's agent for ,. le.k rni ....,'.
ville In Starke last Friday. visiting here Saturday.Mrs. TIIK: HKl.l.MII.K: ; HTOItK:
!shed apartment. Mrs. S. F. was Mrs O. ]Hayiies, Mr and Mrs. J. tho Jinx machine, and several other l
famrlck. South Walnut st. It* Pursley. have returned to their brands. He hasn't shod a homo 7 -=-
Mrs H. C. Rltch was visiting in Harvey' Long of Jackson- i
home. for years, for fear he'd soil his
Gainesville Saturday. ville, was the guest of her parents And than 260 which has i
SALE Stock and fIxtures. Mrs. O. (Haynes returned to her hands. with puncture and repairs persons
)
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards re- fine and warm the sprung up In six weeks along/ the :
and home here last Saturday after a If the weather's I'
ore Filling Station for lie .
Mrs. R. T. Osteen and cently.Dr. wears a !gold watch nu his ,
Mr. and
Tamlaml Trail In Collier county
'and relatives in 1_
visit with frlenclst grateful prayers.
Int smith
$15.00 a month. S. Court- wrist says
In
a pearl pin his tie his
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency of Valdosta Ga. ; Oiling ./refillingrepairing, onward The new town Is. located In the t'
-
>"I, Starke Fla. 2-7-tt. links made of / t
Brooker were here Monday. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Adams, are amethyst, the through life he goes: and l ceil top of a mammoth tomato farm
In Jacksonville Saturday whereDr. Mrs. F fluent he could buy. There's not no long a* four miles east of Carnnntown. V
SALE Simpson sugar caner sister Ruth and mother, never once despairing
seed' genuine) Porto .RIco Quality seeds, new crop and Carroll attended a clinic given Adams were vlnllttlK here last R thing the smithy wears thatdOE'sll't his income grows. Each night the Stare the now crop was planted In 1 I'
true to name at Wh.lte's. 1313t. by Dr. Olin Kirkland of Montgomery please the eye. one done augments Collier county, barracks, stored,
afternoon of
Sunday thought some
M.
eel potato, Seed"J Truby,
Week In, week out from
,
morn
|arke, Fla. 1-17tf Ala. Mr. and Mrs:' AL' Knlllvun of hU sweet, repose tents and,fllllug" ,, Hint Ions have had.
Mrs. A. A. Smith and Miss. Eliza- TheresHa were ''Mm ''itiu"'its of Mr. till night he sees autos come with Percy WawntanC mushroom growth at this spot <>n 'Jt't

SALE-Just received, large beth Howe of Lawtey;: were In Mr. and Mrs. L? A. Davis were In Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Josephine brakes that are not working right, -- the \trail The people are )living In "
Starke Saturday afternoon. Savannah Ga., this week where Sullivan. and axles on the bum. With\ /gas, 'nob Holly writes an IlItere lInK the content of hundreds of new
Ipment of bean seed, all va- I
repairs, and and oil he lr'
Mrs. Davis grease: ,
was called because of
composed of short para- !green acres
feature '
elles. Squash, tomatoes, pep- H. B. Wiggins of Hlarke. was a. 'i'r'
Miss Eva Garrett left Saturday the Illness of her brother, Mr. business visitor, here last Saturday.Mrs. makes a tidy sum. graphs, and cnntrlbutvi) them to C 111
i rs. Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1- '
for 'a visit with relatives in Sump- : Needham Perryman. He has a Bluff of skilled men the slats frequently ;
O-tf. KImore Red of Gainesville, that Iho boys of press Several 01111111.11 In the state i1
number twei.ty-four, who toll
ter, S. C. Homo! of the boys use
of :
been
have theguests
Mi', and Mrs. A, H. Harley, Jr., recently from 6 a. m. till 10, and suino- and of have given inotorluts a few daysgrace \\1,
without credit, sumo (
her sister Mrs P. Tl. hunt them '
T Three Maple Leaves Pin, In buying license. tags but
left ,Wednesday drove to Tampa Shores times even more. The smithy nev- tt
Mrs E. S. Matthews Sunday
Digest
and of Eus-; (hem get In thn Literary
Mr. Herbert
E. on front. Finder return family stale otllclals nay that I the lime 1"
er does lick he thinks
a that
In : where Mrs and their
to spend several days Harley little Yes,
(<> May M. Patchett, U. S. For- till, arrived here this week, andhave work a bore. now and then.--Tlnu'R-Unlon. ban expired and) the wisest thing<< 'q! !'
son Junior, remained for visit
Jacksonville a "made" the Literary DIgest -
The children coming! home from
with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. ;
the Tolloo (In7ftlenrnl "flV-
I Station. mid)
It Mr. C. L. Davis and family mov- J. V. Robinson\ school look In ut Iho open door, times uniliMmi allllulllNI tags now and( Mare trouble. And 1 fi
Tho following] olHrfrs have re- t
t.'T ; county rulliiKH' on tho subject +
and laugh to
nee city fool setup
ed to Sampson City the first of this -- some
STUAYKI: Oil KTOLK.VLargo : : week. "n. II. S. on Puruclo! cently. been elected liy Lodge an awful roar when called to lilt Ills. would only rover t those particular '.Iit
129 F. & A. M J. II llouser. NO'1 .l
collie dog, light brown __ STUNT NIGHT : pay some whopping bill I the niiilth Towns have been deserted l overnight counties. !,
....... ._
lolor with white ring around M. : E.: J, King, S W. : J. F. I IYOIII' -. -- .-.- - ;
Good Florida Peanut Seed at TONIGHT! has soaked( him for or grown up In the t spare of u :
IlIon, J.V.. (1.V.. llltiHon, Treasurer -
11''k. Had pad locked collar reasonable price. J. F. Klckllter. 1 ----- ; Ho goes on Sunday to Hie kirk. but 'boom day", methods Sebrlng; HlghlandH. County ';::*
|.lheral reward. C. N. Christy. 24-tf. Mr. and :Mrs Juntos Smith hu'l ; C. \10. Harper Secretary 1 his mind quite( free from curen, bouu failed to duplicate the" growth i of f Hank, capitalized lit 26.000 open- "rat
-31-tf. A. A. Kutch and family of Lt"'I1i i
as dinner guests Saturday night/ (' hIlt men are hard nt H
.1 burg spout"' the Yf''k'cn' with work"I,
Mrs. J. E MalneH of Lake Rut- Sir:\ and Mrs. \\'. J. Knpcmon: Jr., :
NTED Position on farm. her was a.recent guest of Sheriff of .Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs I I friend--0 here.DAVIS I';" ':' . ;;0-:; ",-,' ::':':, :.. r' ': ,. -.:': :' "' .1 -r
JV1I1 help In berries. Have fam- -r-
W. A. and Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Jolly and Mrs.
ily. If you have anything to otter Mtreo lllckit of Waldo. RULESIN
-
M C SPECIALS and
write me or call at S. B. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mundy of Friday Saturday

Voodard's for directions as to Laurens, S. C., are guests of Mr. Rev. Ira Barnett and Mennrs TAX CASE

i here I \live E. E. Day, Starke. and Mrs. W. n. Mundy, Jr. Cook, Lewis and Lowe, state Sunday -

It* school workers, were here Itcst Compound I!

Lose your blues at STUNT Tuesday morning and made addresses (',,111'101'111)( : Not Seluu'ate Ilonm<<

fit SALE: Well-equipped andn NIGHT! at the Methodist church LARD 2Poundsfor25c
well-paying basis: 11-acre Tax cannot be compelled r - -
-+- While In town they were the collators
!oultry farm, good strawberry Miss Lucille Mitchell was the guests of Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. to separate: tax Items for the ,'!

liiul truck land; new bungalow, week-end guest of Miss Margaret -' payment of personal property tax

1'oultry' houses, and garage. Livingston In Tampa.Mr. Take your Sweetie to STUNT es, according to nu opinion just Imported Illue Ridge Sun-Maid x
[ Well located and good markets. NIGHT. handed( down by Attorney General -
---- {White{ Castile "Whole' Kadola
)wner, will sell cheap. Half-mile ( Ripe
and Mrs. J, M. Mitchell Fred H. DavU m Sugar CornNo. .11

from Hampton on Hampton were in Jacksonville Wednesday Miss Hazel Mlddleton spent the I Mandamus proceedings" brought SOAP FIGS

leach road. 2-7-21 afternoon. weekend In Dade City with Mr. against Tax/ Collector "'. W ptrlp- ,a i

and Mrs. Herbert Masney. She ling, to seek the opinion., The action Size

n SALE Improved Mlsslonliry Miss Hazel Klckllter spent the returned Sunday with Mr. C. H, seeks to force; (the collector to

strawberry plants, Arkan- week-end In Tampa, where she was Coulter and Miss Sora Kmbry\ of accept payment, personal properly 2Rars-----25c 2 cans for - 25c No.lcan---23c l t
Vas
grown nursery stock, best the guest of Mrs. Harvey Barker. Quincy, who werpiulno\ visiting In tuxes other th1n'th': Imposition -
[money ran buy. Florida certi! Dada City. against Tinp"a'yer'8: automobile '

led.., Satisfaction guaranteed. Giant Stringless, Tennessee Fancy Firm fo j
,
)on't buy elsewhere until you '' Green Pod. Bountiful Valen- The Madison Street Garden The "legal rlghC'f9, :: compel the I I

vrlte for my prepaid prices. IJmy tine and Ford Hook Bean Seed. Club met Thursday of this week collector to obey the alleged "legal IRISH POTATOES10 pounds 40c I

second runners In Sept. Oct. J. f'. Klckllter. 1-24-tf. with Mrs. L. A. Davis. At a recent duty" to accept taxes on his 1

\nd November W. G. Shirley, meeting the club was organized; automobile separate,from those on {,
Insmore, Fla. 1-17-1: Mi1, and Mrs D. P. Carpenterwere and the following officers elected; his personal property, was claimed] -

In Jacksonville last Friday President, Mrs. L. A. Davis; vice- by the complainant, the attorney Ilest Grade Ulue Ridge Log Cabin t,;

ISE RABBITS FOR US-Small evening. president, MrS O. L. Haynes; sec general sal
space devoted to W-O strain fur retary, Fredrlka Struth ; treasurer "It seems to mu" ,, that Insofar Maple Flavor 'i
rabbits will pay big dividends.Can Mr. and Mrs L. D. VInIng were Mrs. Frank Hoover as right and duty ore concerned," Green CoffeePer June PeasNo.

be successfully raised in In Valdosta, Ga., last week, due to -- Attorney General ))lIvl" '1111111, "thaton SYRUP

your back yard Turn spare the Illness of-Mr. VIning's father. If you would keep up with theJones' the same principle. a tax payer Pound 18c Size ,

hours Into profit. Territory rep- V you'll\ find them at STUNT can go down and insist.. that a tax

resentatives wanted Rabbits on Mr. Geo. F, Tlbbltts of the NIGHT. collector accept the personal prop- 5 Pounds 85c 2cansfor---25c 25c Can j j'H
(display at Bradford County Camp of Palms near Keystone erty taxes and issue receipt one - -

[Farmers Supply Co. Write Ott Heights was In Starke Tuesday Hugh Fryer has recently been by one for each head of cattle,

tabbltry, Inc. Hawthorn, Fla. 1- ordained as an Episcopalian minister ' each. borne, each ass and, each A Myrtle Brand
I
| 314t.SB5STOS'SHINGLES. Mr. Otis Brockman was In At- and has taken a charge In mule? each 'sheep and each '''goat

lanta last week attending a con- the state of Utah. Many readersof and each hog." II SALMON '""""'"' II I
--Poundcan,17c
vention of Southern Feed dealers. the Telegraph will\ remember 4 i .
UK: CAitKKri: IN ri.tn\
the eldest of r
\ ROOF Hugh" Fryer as son .
Full line Tomato, Melon and Rev. and Mrs.. M. M. Fryer, who 1 | it.lino AlatitLUiwlnERadio :

ING Garden Seeds J, F Klckllter. 1- left Starke for the west in 1919. : Aunt JemimaPanCake Octagon Pure CaneSUGAR (

24-tf. At one time Rev, M. M. Fryer was arelals, arn harmless I
BUILDING MATERIAL, MILLWORK pieces of wire--unless they'are Installed -
the rector of St. Mark's church. Flour2for25c powder I\\
Soap
LUMBER Miss MaBelle Fore was a week- too close to a power wire or

end visitor in Gainesville and Among those attending the Min- and then they become a serious

"Anything Contractors Use" j Ocala. neapolis Symphony Orchestra con menace to life and property. The 6 Boxes - - 25c 10 pounds--58c

rite for our low cash prices f. o. cert In Gainesville last Friday afternoon aerial may break.in a high wind

b. your job via truck Miss Mary Canova entertainedthe were: Mrs. C. A. Knight, and make contact with the power

members of her sewing club Mrs. G. C. White, Mr. and Mrs. L. lines with disastrous results. Here A Minute Regular BBBB. 1 -

NIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Wyman, Miss Blanche Alderman, are a few precautions! to follow
1 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Miss Betty Chamberlin, Mis. Alice when Installing a radio nerlal:' I t I

Florida. 1213tf.arage. and Mrs. Willie the Strlngfel-week- Fernandez, Mrs. Paul Rudolf- Mr. power Never throw wire. an aerial wire overa 11 OATS Price 1 IOc 3 packages f or- - 25c

low of Titusvllle, spent John Powell and Mr Wesley ,
end here. Stearns. Do not Install an- .serial belowor ,t
above a poweror' telephonewire.
-- -- 1Jlaxwelllouse Kellogg' Fine Yellow
Auto tops cushions and cnshUa .
covers. M. L Titon. 2Stf G. A. HOCI.U Do not attach an aerial to a tree Good to last Drop ,Regular Price We
unless precaution la' taken to' lee

Mr-W, B.'-Alexander: of Hampton The girls of Circle No. 1 of Bap- that a'spring supportor counter- CoffeePoundcan Corn Flakes ONIONS

l) was a business visitor here tist .GIrl'. Auxiliary with a .JlI1 loo weight Is used to XTnet tbe swayIng -

Saturday.Mr. ber of their friend enjoyed ,/:sop of the tree In .wlntl"- 3 pounds15c
dial last Friday night at.the bora Be mire that tH& supports of the - 41 c 3for25c ,

and and Mrs. J. R. BorIng Jr., ot Miss Murla Week; The lower aerial are necure" >>adie'at least. _. '.
of WaldQ; were visiting here Sunday floor of this lovely home was No. 14 wire. 3" I 7 ,

llling Station thrown open and decorated for tiie Under no circumstances! should I
occasion. After a few hours of aerials be >ttacl.d to electric 1 Y'

of different' kInds, the hostess light or telephonefole' *: c
hall Mrs O. J. Griffin, Miss May Pat games : SThI E
Garage and filling station chett and Miss Ethel Griffln were assisted by her mother Mrs.R. I Power and light ,companies are

r. rent or lease. Cheap rental, guests. of Mrs. Herman G. KrauseIn A. Weeks,'Mfs.: W. J. Epperson :ever on the lookout for these has-

\11 I located.A- Tampa this w,ek. and Mrs. H. L."Brownle served I ar411; but occasionally radio owner
Real Opportunity, delicious r.freniim !ot. to. about carelessly install all aerial {WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY

INQUIRE THIS OFFICE NAT STERNBERG will be the thirty of the young people of which "escape notice until an, accident -

It. capable master of ceremonies at Starke. -.-... ,. : ,. I occurs.
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i a PAGE SIX ___.BRADFORD_ COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY FKimiMRY T, I',,
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fO.HTH' $10 PER BIRD I COHTH' MORE TO RUN rn
- - -- County Agent Is
The For
TO HTAKT POULTRY Outlook Crop TITAN KLKCTRIFY: }|Ili,


Farmers and FarmingBy Serving Madison PAIlM l.V FLORIDA Production And Prices A man handy-with fiKuie' >

I' It costs nearly $10 per bird to computed that the avt i"'IK?

'IJ J County Farmers enter the poultry business in Florida cylinder automobile trav.iim,
Editor
( Agricultural )
;f according to a three! ;year During The Year 1930 000 miles a year, uses $is
1 . of gasoline, oil and greagi>,
farmers
"Madl county can
--- '- on study of 104 poultry farms, Frank
T
: I This is much more the ,
!
Ii Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- do equally as well." Isn't a bad W Itrumley, assistant professor of I Seems to me that we farmers, in I II when set out and protected from erago annual bill for
ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods Found motto. County Agent n. E. l aw- farm management, stated TuesdayIn planning our production program flres. I electricity Electric Bervn, ,,, ,tl

acfo To lie Best Suited to Our Country statement ton was laughed when at he for was malting appointed this a radio talk over WltUF. The I for the coming year, should keepIn I These one one year old 1 slash I fact, perhaps the cheapest let,i

.. -- -- -- - nino years ago but results of the farms averaged 812 birds and had mind the outlook for prices and pines are spaced eight feet by the average household budge'

I .____- ._.. __ county'H agricultural!; development Invested an average of $8,000. The production In annual outlook report eight feet and line up square with averages about 8 cents a dot
Both the automobile ,
mil) .
SI'Ht-\U: (UP! IH\ltlUIK\) : program have about proven the larger the farm the lower the In- I for 1930 prepared by the Bureau the road. These trees came from the
Ati1 Attends trio service In home hut, |
; Brockman ('Hilt: 'KKI:U HV (MSHI.Mi statement and have won for him vestment per bird, the survey of Agricultural Economics of the Florida Forest Service Nurseryat ed out. of the class of luxu ",, I
k \\irn I"OIiM.1L1)L111'IHInvestigators : : showed. U. the State Farm at Raiford. Ov- 'I.
many friends. the S. Department of AgrIcul-
Meet are now considered even. .
; : ] Feed Dealers Growing the equivalent of 300 Urumley stated that the Flor- I ture, in co-operation with the ag- er 300,000 slash and longleaf essltles.

[ have recently pounds of nitrate of soda per acre ida poultry farmer la both a capitalist ricultural colleges and extension pines were raised there last year Tho cost of electricity i,,

I< le Solution of the farm relief found Hint the Incubator and IH now a proven practice in the and a larborer. The Inter- services! of 45 states, and the Federal for reforestation In the state coming less by ,
year yen |
hatchery Imcillary wh'te! diarrhea. county. In 1928 the agent per- est on the on the investment figures Farm Board. !Mr. R. L. Batten of Theressa Is
will come from the farmers the only commodity which did '
problem> suaded 20 farmers to plant 65 $560, and labor was valued at A considerable increase In the also Betting out some pines on his ,
T. United States themselves To check this Infection Dr. R. F. soar when the price of e\ 'pq
of the The and farm near Theressa. lIe favors
acres of winter legumes. $875 per year. Depreciation bearing acreage of oranges and
i Thomas, assistant veterinarianwith went skyward, and still i I''
1hi ci ,, rather t than from any ROV- yield was flue tons, the equivalent other costs were considered In the grapefruits Is expected. About 15 the longleaf pine because of the m
the Florida Station below costs.
Experiment pre-war
ern mental aid according to William to 300 pounds of nitrate of sodaor survey. percent of Florida oranges, 75 per- high dry nature of the land. No the ,
Although !
H recommending fumigatingthe average; pal] : '
, H. Danfortl) of St. Louis $9 worth of nitrogen, per acre. Tho feed cost for producing a cent of Texas oranges; and 19 percent watering or fertilizing la neces- for home "
Incubator with formaldehyde electricity use "i."ia
At this time over 300 acres of dozen eggs wall 19 cents, other of California Vnlenclas have sary, the only care weeded Is protection )j
$ founder of the Ralston Purina go. I lower than pre-war prices\ I a.h j
vetch and peas are planted, and costs were (6 cents, and labor not reached the age of maximum from tire I
." Company, who wan one of the prln-I The Incubator should' be clean, 00 farmers are following a scientific charges were 3 cents, maklug a total yield An Increased production of The Florida Forest Service! furnish eral cost of living Is appi'"IdQ |
\ IInll'onlall\ mnx.mum amount of ly 70 per cent above pre-w, ,
'RAte cipal speakers during a ' plan of soil! Improvement.More of 39 cents per dozen. For grapefruit la also expected to havea these seedlings: at tout to Interested .. "?
i moisture when fumigated. A wet according to figures of t n I. I'
breaking convention of I and better livestock is a each dozen eggs produced the depressing effect on prices. In landowners This cost
bulb reading of 85 to 10 degreesK. Labor Bureau
teed dunlerH sponsored by t that part of the county agent's Improvement farmer had an average of about 7 : view of these facts the outlook advises amounts to $4.00 per thousand: I .
I 114 desired, he Btated.He -- -, --
,Kriiilzittlon January 27 and tor-I recommends I the following program. Last year he placed cents Invested. c that growers consider plantIng One thousand Is)"enough to set out A good start has been n 1,1, ,
Atlanta, OporKln. Mr 0( C 25 purebred boars, 60 purebred While the average total capitalon new acreage with skill and from 1 1-3 to ;3 1-3 depending the Providence section
methods" : For 100 cubic feet of incubator u'"
smut nf Ilradford (Comity place 17.5 of sows, 10 purebred beef bulls, '' all farms ,was about $10 per wisdom. on the spacing used. The labor 'southern' part of Colt t noII!,,' I I

i Supply C'ompnny nt Starkc return- potassium spare/ grams In 25 purebred beef heifers, IS! purebred bird great' variations were fouud. The pecan outlook: is for a material cost Is about equal to seedling the northern part of Unities ). .
permanganate lID
tttl t injiy from t the convention n I dairy bulls, and about 70 reglatered all the way from $3 to $50 pert], increase in production, with cost as two men can plant 1000 toward growing Irishon .
earthenware vessel about the middle / :> <
1 las wlili-li lie stated was tho tnont en- of the Incubator. Pour over and high grade dairy heifers bird, ho stated. The best Information -! some reduction In price. A smaller pines In a day. a large scale already l i u

ii ItiUHlantlr ever held under the this 36 cubic centimeters of 40 on farms in the county. Ills available la to keep the investment -' acreage of strawberries is In Only 6,000 pines were )plantedlast having been )pledged.; Th. ,,na

s 1 pponeornlilii o the Ralston Purina percent commercial formalin. The club boys alone in the last few as a much below $10 per prospect, and conditions seem year and over 85 out of a was brought to a l head !, .-"

I Company yoaru. have ether: bought or raised bird as possible, still considering more favorable than any year since hundred planted lived and grew ,
I i I vessel should hold five times more I tary T W. Karstedt, of Hn .11
dA' "Application of l>unln commerce,
than the amount of mixture em- .I i iference
I '. to farming will brliiK the surest during the last four years the Brumley advised.! The farmer, who I As a result of the constant tend- showing, rellOrtsIr.! C. with lead Inral'II1"r
plojed, anil/ should be net In another "
1 relief to thollE'ngoKt'd In the number of registered dairy bulls In has u/i investment that la too high;.; ency toward expansion of lettuce H. Coulter forest assistant, who .
that section! who have
: shallow vessel to prevent hot gi ">'MI
.. ? '' agricultural Industry," Mr. Dun- tho county has Increased from 1 should Increase the size of his acreage; particularly in California la In charge of reforestation work
', mlxturi fiotn reaching the floor. tatoes on a commercial MU!*|
Cult' \ forth Btated during his talk "Th to 75. Four years ago the dairy: flock so as to lower the overhead. and Arizona the Industry is FlorIda, The year's output Including |
The door of the Incubator should the past, having already on hall
. use of I he closed/ Immediately, and not the necessary planting
+l, A; h hv '. and 1 poultry Is absolutely essential for 20 or 30 minutes opened In valued at $3,000( today the estimate an inventory of farm flockscan problems, but as yet there is no will amount to nearly one- harvesting machinery mb
I
% / for the farmer of today still-all machines It should be is $20,000. be obtained by writing the evidence that the peak demand has", halt million. Lake City Gazette..
I ]la this way only can he detect the Last year the county agent cooperated Florida Experiment Station at been reached. Onion growers Plans for the coming year will .
closed -
kept for hour.
,, "\ 3 profit-makers or the profit-takers To obtain one \ with 25 cotton farmers In Gainesville should reduce acreage. Tomato have nearly a million pines to meet

r In his herds of cattle and hogs and fumigation/ he maximum effect from demonstrating the Auburn method acreage should be held close to the demand. The Florida Forest \,

I't. P.. his flocks of poultry fly careful suggests that the of fertilization. The results were CO-OI'KRATIYK: : POVLTRVRODV that of 1929, and the dry bean Service offers Its services free to

; f fA' t. .. ,u"n checking I on each nnlmul and bird times procedure: at eight bo carried hour Intervals out three an average Increase of 400 pounds NTMKKIIS GIIKKTMANV : : acreage also seems to be well ad- Interested landowners who wish to

I on his place he can cull out and l the time the hatch during of lint cotton per acre over check ; 01"' PKOIHTKRS justed. With cabbage a reduced make their idle acres productive
Is coming
0 use only the high producers and off. The plots. This Increase on every acre ----- acreage In the south, and a light .-
,,, money makers gas appears not to InJure planted to cotton would mean Poultrymen owning between 35.- holding of old cabbage give pros Thomas A Kdlson'a rubber

!', "Currying/ the business attitude the moist young chicks nor $230,000 to the county. 000 and 40,000 hena have joined pects for favorable markets until plants have been placed on sale at tw

of today further Into farming," the eggs, but It Is best to remove Similar demonstrations were the new North Florida Poultry August. Ft Myers. The noted inventor

Mi' Dtuiforlh) (continued "the all dry chicks before the second carried out with corn. The 25 Producers Co-operative Association The present outlook for poultry donated thousands> of plans he

I FIt farmer has learned that the steady and The third fumigations he stated. farmers cooperating produced an I It was announced Monday by and eggs does not justify any increase used In his rubber experiments to

), '. tr cash Income from diversified agriculture /; the Infection fumigation destroys only average of about 10 bushels more I tho organization! committee. in production unless the garden clubs of the city for distribution -

es'I Is one of his chief helps hi contact and with does whch! It comes per acre. This Increase on the 30.- Meetings of poultrymen already producer Is willing; to face a reduc- at their plant Bale. However

f ; I This In especially true In the south not keep diseased 000 acres planted In the county have been held in all important tion In price The dairy situation Edison kept his golden-rods ,
chicks
from
where It was formerly thought; only affecting others sections of- Duval according for it Is this plant that he has decided ?
later on, he snl I I. For last year would have yielded a county, is not as bad as It would appear Y ''y p1
these
F :r cotton could be produced profit-, < reasons large sum of money to C. H. Mngoon county poultry from butter prices, but unless offers the greatest possibility :
fumlgullon
ably, These men lire now turn- for the is not a substitute Seventy-five farmers followed specialist, during the past week herd! are closely culled there will for being made Into synthetic rubber -

{ + + i I Inn: to dairying poultry raising stock for testing of the breeding! the county agent's advice of using and owners of thousands of hens, be an increase In the size, of the : : ,
Imcclllitry white IllarI
rtil I ? unit hog raining to supplement! ) rhea. land-piaster on peanuts with a I joined( during this period he stated herds. Hog prices in 1930!) are expected Garden Vegetable

11 their: farm Income Within the large reduction In the percent of I Owners of other thousands to average, high as 1929. Winter ;

punt five years millions have been pops He also supervised the setting have signified their Intention of The beef cattle Industry faces a shipments started from this reg

' t ta spent In the erection of milk <'onUuiiHorleH I I of 75 acres to carpet grass joining and lire voluntarily call possible downward trend In prices ion.

chouse factories, crettmaTlttri IIIXTM TO iiorsKvivisHomo for permanent pasture. ing at the organization offices in over the next decade. The highpoint Tallahassee Bids! will be opened .,,

; poultry fattening plants and I I The county agent's office Is the the chamber of commerce building In the expansion of the sheep December for remodelingpost

? in, nome vases packing houses Dciuonstratlon) .gent county's co-operutlve headquarters signing- membership applications Industry has been reached office

which (provide markets for surplus I Last year he helped his It is stated. According: to the report an increased .r

9, t products, of the cow, pig' and hen. farmers order 400 tons of fertilizer In addition work which is nearing corn crop will yield a low-

4 "As there U a \constant rash THI: IIKIMIOOM: at a saving of $ I per ton. completion, Julian Langner, er price In view of lower feeding/

l market for the farmer for milk, They also ordered 100 tons of organizer: has completed the nucleus requirements. The acreage of cot- IIROWNLEE 11ROS. G. W. ROBERTS

i cream, thickens, eggs, lamb pork The function of the bedroom Is londplastei, $1,000( worth of farm of county associations In ton 1 lit at a high level and an Increase .

.I F: and by the sale of these he Is able to promote rest Sauce: it Is clllll- seed, and 3 cars of crates and baskets Flagler, Union and St. Johns tilts certainly seeing unwise. The

"+' to 111\1 cash for his feed, tools, cult to relax In a room that seems co-operatively. The agent assisted week, lie States.Poultrymen outlook for cigar tobacco continues -. Starke I.awtey

farm Implements, seeds and other crowded with furnishings or with In the co-opckatlve mar- of Nassau, Columbia favorable but Increases In

N'.c ('om 1110111111'11, I It Is naturally the pattern, tlio bedroom should be keting of six cars of hogs and 25 Bradford and Putnam counties acreage seem inadvisable A 10 to

one-frop farmer who Is now mi(tar- simple; but unless there is i note tars of vegetables. are expected to commence organization 15 percent reduction of peanut .

n' trig tho moHt desperate flminrlulcondition. of vitality In It the room will up- The agent did club work with work this week and the acreage recommended
r
i Naturally the farmer pear dull and spiritless. lOa boys and girls.; They raised packing house of the new co-opera- Feedstuffs is expected to be

it who hUM (his ready cash coming In It IH preferable to have the bed- fat barrows for 6 cents a pound tive Is expected to open about February cheaper, and a somewhat larger It Doesn't Pay to Guess

i t tC tr v vr 4 C? regularly can pay cash for what he room walls of some light neutral and sold them after the state club 15 with C. Roscoe Ryan, supply f labor at slightly lower
it
+ buys thereby get lower price on I tone, as Ivory or warm light gray, show for l,8ro.( They sold 420 manoJle'r; in charge Mr. Langner prices !la expected. e

hislr llIuell." than to have them of definite breeding pigs to farmers and oth- states.AVRfF. Naturally, you want the exact grade of

h k During I the (convention Mr O. color. Even though a blue or a 1 er club members for 5625. Six- IIKK01IKSTAT10.VHT.UITH.I.VItlt.llM'OltD: : Fertilizer that will help get bigger and
C. llrockman said emphasis wasP yellow, for example, N pleasing, you
i4 ty head purebred\ calves were (COfXTVj\J.:
C s { s put on new merchandising Ideas ono would tire of an entire room I sold by the club boys last year for I VKAU: oii) PI.NKS: Sir: !;; Ol'T better crops from your soil. No guesswork

; i', which will help Southern feed of It. A more desirable way to $3,000. The agent values the products FARM;\ PRO-KRM I I about it when you buy Bradley's. There is

dealers render better service to the list ono's favorite colors Is'In the produced by club members Mr. L. A, Davis of Starke has a grade for every crop and soil condition.

I, feeders of poultry and livestock In details of the room-In pictures, i during the year at over $10,000.Fifteenboys I "The Voice of Florll" '" I planted over an acre of pines on Our ample stocks for

.j';' their (communities. It wall point- drapery, and upholstery fabrics, : and girls are now In the Starke-Lake Butler road just! are ready prompt

: f>d out by the various speakers and If, desired on the walls, In a'' college/ who have been club members Farm radio talks will be broadcast north of his home. These will delivery. Ask us for facts which clearly

:f during/ the convention that only by pattern printed on neutral ground. In the county over \VUUF, state and university servo as a demonstration plantingas prove that Bradley's produce bigger and

I v ,'" rl'll'elvlnlcfilth\ can the dealer help A bedroom which shows a variety The county agent's work also station from 12:15: to how pines will live and grow better crops.BRADLEY'S.
>\> tho feeder In getting the most of harmonious colors Is more
consists of distributing bulletins, 12:45: eastern standard time next
,.. .
s 't,ff from his money, A feed dealer, pleasing than one which [la all one making farm calls, writing farm week aa follows: : -----------,.

f ho said, cannot lend money as color. However, as In all beautifully advice stories, getting out circular Saturday .'1'11. 8-Florida Farm

J{, cheaply as a bank, and It eta ads colored rooms, there should letters, and anything else that will News and U S. D. A. Farm Snap Say it with Flowers

1r !O to reason that credit purchasesmust be a preponderance of one color; further develop the agriculture of shots. ------.- -
the than such as a leading note of cool -
l cast customer more the county Monday Feb. 10-Hatching and
mull "Merchants"\ said Mr. bluish tones, or of yellowish .
pa pat 3 buying warm growing for Egg: Laying Contests Flowers For All FERTILIZERS
t 9' tones, which runs through the entire !SOW\ '..Isl'EUtZXU: : : ---E. F. Stanton
customore supervisor, Florida c,
t'' ; room and unities the scheme. t'AIU'KT: (ms I-'OK National OccasionsGERTRUDE
Egg/ Laying Contest
,j '1' lower price per ton for the prompt Light colors are preferable to I'KUMAVKXT: : : PASTl'llKS: Tuesday, Feb. 11 The Value ("AA QUALITY")
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It I. of bills. dark colors for bedrooms but it --
payment of Pasture Look for the "AA
to Florida Dalrymen- QUALITY" teal on the back of
The convention which was at4 walls, rugs, and all the furnishings Lespedeza and carpet grass for llamlin L. Brown, extension dairy GODDEYANDERSON bag of fertilizer you buy. It is your guarantee of quality.every

c tended by several hundred aggres- are light the room will be permanent pastures should be man.

.. I Klve fend dealers from Atlanta, flat and characterless. ThereforeIt sown comp time between the latter Wednesday Feb. 12 A Suc- ,-

tiuorgln. Florida, North (Carolina Is as effective to introduce somecontrasting part of February and June, accord- cess With Ilackyard Poultry- Phone 39 Waldo Fla I '. L .. ' .. .

South Carolina, Tennessee",, Kentucky : : values as It Is desirable Ing to 'W. E. Stokes, agronomistat Norman Tt, Mehrhof, extension '..-- - --'- .. : : ,_ *>?::; .;>*'. ".' ,:

,aI Virginia and Went Virginia, to use a variety of hues. the Florida. Experiment Station. poultryman .primer for Town --.

u was one of a series promoted by There Is sufllclent value contrast In The seed can be sown on oats, Farmers. STRA WBERRY PLANTS

the Ralston Purina Company for a room If the furniture Is of a dark rye, peas or vetch that is being Thursday, Feb. 31 Prevent OF QUALITY

i the purpose of assisting the deal- wood, as mahogany, or walnut; 'grazed and the animals will cover Wormy Peaches-J. R, Watson,

t ers In taking a prominent part In ,1 but If the furniture Is light, value the seed sufficiently for good ger- entomologist, Florida Experiment For fifty years we have grown and sold the best strawberry -

s'' relieving the farmer of financial contrast must be supplied In the mination. Lespedeza planted in Station. plants grown. See our agents and get your orderIn

distress Hesldes the business sessions accessories, as in the pattern of late will furnish
February
some with them
Y Friday, Feb. 4 Fertilizing Pecan or mall direct same to me. Plant 'crop I f8
entertainment was furnished the draperies or seat co7ers.
a grazing from June on, but carpet
Orchards O. H. short this
i1 Monday night at a banquet for the Since the bedroom Is distinctly /grass will not furnish much until pecan culturlst- Blackmon, season every place so we advise you to get order -

t dealers during which a musical personal It may express! Its ol'cu.i next season, he itated. Continuous ment Station. FloridaExperi, ,c) i,rt a>a F '1 In early and make sure of your wants

t program was given by f. group of pants, even more Intimately than will
j I grazing keep the native My
Answers to agent N, D.
Florida farm are
prob- Walnwrlglit, Jr., P. F. Flume,
girls from Agnes Scoot College, any other room In the house. The grass from choking out the young lems
'j and U. S. Farm Flashes will Brownlee
Decatur, Oa.. assisted by membersof photograph and the special! pictures !- carpet grass plants. be features Rroa, Bradford County Strawberry Asaolntlon
each of the
:il &: the St. Louis convention staff which are characteristic of It the mixture Is to be sown on grams. on pro- and J. II. Moore, I.awtey, la. Prl e.-I Missionary

l of the Purina company. the owner and his. taste, yet bare lands the land should be prepared from young beds, 1000 to SOOO, $::1. Over BOOO, 93.73, f.

IkLd which seem too personal to be by breaking or disking The The prize boxes of oranges and o. b. here.
AI.A('HU.\ Tt'NO OIL placed, In the more
.t public rooms seed should be sown( and covered grapefruit at the annual Orange

I t St'HHT.T10A of bedroom.In house. have their place In the with a drag harrow, brush drag, Festival at Winter Haven. Florida J. A. BAUER

or weeder. Usually about 10 I were sent Washington Sat
4 66.000 volt sub-station and a general, bedroom furnishings 1 pounds are planted, on each acre, ; urday In a non atop flight to be LOCK HO:* 38 JCDSONI.nK,
three-mile line have been completed should be simple In design and In- he stated. presented to President
recently by the Florida Power Hoover by
i dividual. .
Good permanent pastures at the Representative Drane
Democrat
I + Corporation and will supply the (Adapted by Lucy Flelle Settle Experiment Station last year carried dean of the Florida house, delega, COFFINS & CASKETS .
..
Alachua Tung Oil Company with from Goldstein's. .
Art In
.
Every Day five
cows on 3.5 acres for tion. The fruit .
I Service. for their plants. They will Life.) eight months was brought to And a Full,Line of
and
put an averag Washington by Everett Williams,
have aalnltlallnstall'd of

..V4Y 4 70 The h. p.production of Tung capacity Oil In I sympathetic Either juries, lawyers are. becoming more clever more, No gain other of 196 feed pounds was. given.on each cow. of flew Oreenvllle Haven the 950 miles South between Carolina,Winter who AlTOMOnilK Undertakers Supplies HKARSBAlwiir Y YES We can charge your 0

and
the central part of Florida la fast or crime In Florida Is decreasing New Port Richer Washington in . HR
City council eight hours. n Hand. Tan heat
becoming an Important item In because figures on the prison records discussed plans for a consolidated 0 ..rvl<.. .! th. lowvat price. STORAGE BATTERY (InSmith's 0
the Industrial of the show that
development 188 less persons recreation park for this city\ TavaresMovement Special attention to telrirrapnEJ1I1AI.MEU

it state. Already the largest paint, were received at the stale prisonat Dade City Room( formerly occupied In Lake for under way I order.DFIGICTEIIED .
county establishmentof "
y oil and varnish manufacturers In Ttaltord during last year than by Dade City Restaurant fish hatchery. '
the country have planted considerable during 1928. Of the
2.587 at the being remodeled for of
occupancy New Port DEWITT 6
Illchey Melghan C. JONES
acreage throughout Alachua prison now, 913 received their Trelbar and Otto stock of hard Theatre
county. commitment paper. In 192. ware. mellt reopened with new equip- 5T.tfKE. no nun GarageI' .




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.v 1 ( rK irpi -which men are compelled to drink attitude I but try by example and ilurlnMT munlh 3.13! !\I1I1'U'1oI OK IIBrtov: : 1II0'I'U"1 in-1 i 1'.0': : ,.I''

1 under prohibition and try to makeIt precept to change the laws' enemies llul. AUK. f, 1929 J63.43:l : I
ItlntrlrtSo.! :2 We the unili>rMlitnoil Inmiavi rx "fIIb.lnte Wf. the t llnfltrelKneil timiiiiv' rn ofWooilliiwil
appear that the temperance reformers into friends. If professed , .
Hllh-Hihoiil |1I1.lrh'l No HI Hill-Hi-hui>l HlHtrlrt No Iof
( llul.' 1, l 11I21! 67(1.54(
4sp1 July
? +av are poisoning the drink of Christians would unite they could lt.*c.iU. >iN diirlnir month 304 IKWnmintN of liruilfnril, Ciiiinly, will |",'....nt niri Hrudforil '"""'Y, will preKent ourliellllfin ..
I | ..tlllnn to the ,llouril of I'ulillo,, InIruction to the llouril of riibllr In- I'I
the nation. They falsify news, enforce all laws during' inunlli. no.13 of Hrudforil, , I'ounty Klor- ,It,uc'lllIIl of Hradfonl. Count, FlorItlii ,
llul. l 1D21! 1001.01
subsidize the press and corrupt all -. Auw. I.lll.lrlrt!< ... ::1 lila, ut 11 rciinliir. mi-ctlMK Momliiy, nt a retculur. moetliiKi l Mond.iy, .
IN't March '1 !III.IO.\ ill I o't-loi to nxk !Shar ch .1, 19.10 ut 1 o'clock to H.k foran
the channels of public Information 13.1 Hal. July 1. 1 1929! mil noIt.Mi'liilH I for nil clout ,Inn to deternilnu' :I whethr flMotlon to iletermlne. whether or ,
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and i light t unto my path.-Psalm 119:105.: ," iliit'In* month iiminiiWiirrnntn or not ItlxliiK H".I-I..I. 1'I..t.I1Nil. not Wimdluwn. Nuh-Nchnul lilMtrtctNo. ,
du.lnl.IIIIC". 474.SOHal. IU, skull. fonnollilntn, with dln-. .. N Kliull" conMolliliite. with IHMtrltt. .
All religious doctrine or The lesson continues "Ye shall Sunday school ut 10 a. tn. Comeon . Auw. I. 11124! ... 11111.64 IrlflH, N.IK. H. 0, I 10 and I It, to Flmttliri'H No. V, 10, 15 and in, to fleet three. !
11.dnr3'DrUr%. : creed. U they are toihave any claimn know them by their fruits time. Hill. July 1.lllrlcl 1929 4.___ 2HS1 I Iriihttiefi mill ilcternitnH. themm0at I I IriiHtef. inn! determine the mlllnfce. N
f lie
nillliiKe to nnMfMMdiiiriilnMl
,
the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with a good tree cannot bring forth evil\ WofHhip at 11 n. m, and 7:30: p. ItiH'flptM. durlnir month ._ 14.IHWiirriintH : : i I'h roiiKollilulod: dlHlrUC.1 III he ,1I..r.iiKHenHcil I .1't. iiuHlnit 'thn funeolldiitcd 1'1'\ 'I
Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice during munlhHal. '.__ \\'. "', I'nmby. .1. H. NormunW
teachings of. fruit, neither can a corrupt tree m. Aug. I I. IU2U! ___ 233.18It..t I'. A. ( ) {
I' human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN bring forth good fruit." What n. Y. P. U. at 3:30) : each Sun- ..Io.tI") II If. "'h"), .r."y",, .. U. NorminJ. L f
KE LIKE! T1ITS _MAN'____ Th... July 1, 1929 ._________ 2H.U 1 1Itnritlple V. ThomaaM. h M Normnii J .
n I fruit of a false prophet's teaching dayOn I during! month -_ __. '1.4 K, Kelly J. M. ItonlerH.
question did the rich rul- given down to verse 11, wherein could be worse than delivering/ Wednesday evening, Feb. 19. \Viirmnte. lurlnK niinith __.. Ifirt.TH .liiiNter iroHliy .. II.T.; ThonipNotiK. Ili-iiiiflt., .!
fhat Hill. \nll'. I I. II2!, _____ 5,10.24
readLuke "It then being evil life to the use of alcoholic drinkor the church will\ hold i In. ntimulbusiness \ .. -...- Klovd CroMhy l-3l-5t-2-J ;
flk Jesus? Answer, Jesus said ye IH lrlrt ;% 7 o. !1'1] ('.....I>y ..
and Holt Cull. Hill., July 1929! ______ 390,37lt
of narcotic drugs? Christ said meeting I. M. I'\ '...wl..
8. unto
know how to give good gifts <*r lptn. iliirlntr monlhV_ ..__ 704Wiirriiiite H. If. I..wl '\1)1'1.1 OK l'It"l'IOV: :
'ul's of Obedience and I.ove heaven "Ye shall know them by their All members are urged tJ be present during month _. 3.HSUnl. If. M. Mcltae. ---
la in
|<,hn 14:21: 23.24. Jesus said: your Father which fruits." to answer to their nemos and Aug 1, 1929 ___ -___ ___ n9l.7 1-31-61-2-28 We, the Iln(1.r Iglltaxpayere. nf \'

that hath my commandments. ''I give good; things; to them that ask These "false prophets" are everywhere all the congregation are invited! tn" July 1.OUIrlcl III2U Finn. NMill. .. 1011,AHKxcclpln ---- I Kelly Hiih-Hchiml lilnlrli-t N... 9 ofHriiilftitil t
e In the universities attend. Refreshments will bo ilurlnir month _ 10.61)Warrant !\In'I'U'I.: i>i'> 1:IJs"I'IovW : : t'oiinly:: will itriNi>iit ourlirlltliin
I keepeth them he It I Is that him? .. . to the ll'iiiril. of l>ul>lli Inulriiftlim -
durlnic month I 31llul.
tth me: and he that lovoth meBl I Verse 12 gives the Oolden Ruleof In our public school system as served. l. Auif.-I, 11129! ___ ___. __ -_ 10K.SIO .., the, nmtpmlirneil tiixfiuyerii, nfllollhroiin of Hradforil, .. Counlv "Klur- .
Hlih-Hrhool Illvtrlit' No. lila ,1
IS nt
a regular m etlnK Alomlay.March
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I be loved of my Father, and human conduct: "Therefore all commlHHiomlrs, superintendents . July 1.lll.lrlrt 1211 ;> OHut. 47KiMKlpm 68 of .Hmilford. I'nunly will prem-nt our 3. 1910 at 1 o'clock to nek for I

].11 love him and will manifest things whatsoever ye would that and teachers in your homes as IIAI'TIHT W. M. H. tltirlnir month ._ 18.1.00) ."petition to the lloiird. nf I'ublln .In..tru.tln" mi vlet'llon' to determine. whether or t

(elf to him. 23. If a man love men should do to you. do ye even friends and neighbors. The language Warrants' during month 312 Ida, at a revular of Hrnilford nieetlnK ounty to .he, Flor held. not ,Kellxy Huh-Hchool. Iilnlrli-t, No. t tII
Hal. Au I. 1\129\ __. ,,__ __ 207.54 Hhull coniiolldate with llKlrl.-te\ f
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he will\ keep my words: and to them; for this Is the law and of some such prophets is The Circles of the Dapttit W. M. Ul.tr.. \... Ill March 3, 19.10 at I o'rUick' to ask No. N, 10, IS and' lit to Ihl ..t threetrnelnn
S. will\ meet Monday afternoon at rinl. for an rlertlcm to determine whether and determine : amount ,
he will the prophets. the word "there- rough and filled with profanity and July I. 111211 47002 .
Father will love me, or not Mellhronn rliib-M/ <'hool "nin.trlrt .
f to lie UNHenNeil
Iti-celpt ilurlnK month' RH,Nil i inlllupre aKaltmt
|i him and we will come unto fore" refers back to the things coarse speech, but of some It IS. refined 3:39: as follows: Circle No.1 at Warrant durlnir! month ,_ 3,tHllul. i N... IS shall ",,".olI.h.'e with the ciinHolhl/ited illNtrlct.J. .
and make our abode with stated In the earlier verses. pleasant and "clothed In the home of Mrs. Kimball ; Circle AUK. I. 1 IIIU __ . _ 1 C26.14llUlrlrt IHntrlcm trustee N..... *, and II, '10 I and ilutermlne, It), to clouttllrrn ,the I.. t'nderhlll
\V. M CHIver
24. lie that loveth me not This lesson is devoted largely totemperance white garments." No.2 at the home of Mrs. A. L. Overdraft July I, 'llci'J vn. II __ 104 4HItttrelptu amount. of mlllnite to .hi aeceserdagnlnet I', I'. Crosby
Kahr, Jr.; Circle No. 3 at the month I the cnnHolliluteil district V A. Hrownlnic!
Ipeth and the I and the prohibitionlaws Then Jesus said, "Every tree durlnic 9390
sayings: T. N NormunM. '
not my < .
Warrant flurln month, 6.62 A. John
td which ye hear Is not mine, ; and one writer says 'What that brlngeth not forth good fruitIs home of Mrs. J. II. Lord. Overdraft Ann. *1, I\tU\ __. __ 136.10 I .K.. J l.ewln, I'ntteeW. < II. II. rnderhlll.
Father's which sent me. 'seller of liquor would like his own hewn down and cast Into the I - lll.lrliln." 1:1flv..I..tc : T. '1'1111.I' W. I. Johnson
the Hrltten Alvare
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I'HKHIIVTHll.l.VServices : July 1. un! 19.44
.
made drunkard? Yet fire." This statement applies to I :. !:. lreen
'rayer: Lord Thou knowest all boyar girl a flerelpte diirlnic month 74 f IMI l-3t-It2.21s'I'1I'i
Jigs that I love : he will do all\ he can to make some Individuals, communities, states Sunday Feb. 9. as fol- Warrants durlnir' month ._ 1234Iinl. Kufua llreenK _
Thou knowest 'lows: '. AUK. 1. IHS't! ____ _____ 4.1.11 A. llrnen : ; OK .rtllllltN" 6165:
, other father's child a drunkard. and nations. Do those who oppose llUlrlrt mo. 13: Willie flreenIt f f

e. [ What woman who ridicules the legislation on moral Issues, such as I 10 a, m. Sunday school J, M. Overdraft July I. l'ti'1 .... 14632lte Af.. If IChodenf. 1'armenter Notice lii hereby given that I thunderMliined .. I
Truby, suet <;*'tpii* durlnK month ... __. 1NO NO (luard inn for Ovid U..n-
I Amendment would alcoholic drinks and narcotic f Jonen
SCHOOL Eighteenth; I Warrant durlne, month ____ 11.92 _rill Lou, Minor heir. of ;
the (& ntate
11 a. m. Morning/ worship, Mr. __ .__ .____ J. C.? ClHrnonnJ. "
SUNDAY willingly see her own husband drugs think that such tree yield Hal./ AUK. J. 1.Hat u 53,00Il.lrlrl H. DrltlUNOTK'R of Kiln" Moore. llecmkHeil, will thirty"
: Oeo. F. Tlbbltts of the "Camp of In. ..11nv.rd.att after dale hereof,
days
LESSON ? fruit Shall the cm to-wlt:
drunkard's good ? "personal
borne to a grave July I, l.8111 ______ 121.IU I-U.llt.2.U
the 24th day of Kehruary, A. I'. "30.
I Whoever sells alcoholic liquor or liberty" of the maker and haolt the Palms" at Keystone Heights llecelpt. durlnK month t i.71" -- np ply to the Honorable .". A. Cardlnvr "
to the enact- will speak. Special must!. Warrant. during month .___ 377 OK l-l..:<'TIO\ county judiite: of liradfordcounty. ;
to other people forming drugs prevent
drugs ______ '
10:10: poisonous Endeavor. Overdraft AUK. 1. IlIlt 72.13UC..lr' W... the undomlvnvd' of Florida I at hie' otllre, at the
FOIl nuu.-\UY O. 6:30: m. Christian taxpayers
p. ... : ;
enforce his so-call\ ment and enforcement of laws ft Ill : .
make money or Vanderhllt Hub-Hchool lilxlrlct No. court nouHe In the f'lty tit Starke.Florida i
Bible." Pal. July 1. 'I'jjy\ ____ . ____ 244
Topic "How to Study the 23Itecetpte for an order to nell attiithttlllelagdall I
does not obey against these enemies of morals 10 of llradford <'ounty will present
and Prom- ed personal liberty during month .___ __ 97.80
ubJect: Warnings fI I of the undivided. I'.
II. our petition to the Hoard
Mrs. Oeo. 1'iihllc
Leader. Lowry '
Lesson ) the golden rule. and society Why do not these Warrant luring month, ____ G.S:IHal. instruction of Hradfortl County, Kin., ''',,,.' nf nalil OvlrtOenvral '' ,
(Temperance __ __._ .. .
7:30 Evening worship. AUK 1. 192' 216 40DUIrlrt
:
m. "
p.
tree that Tho lesson says "Beware of enemies of our constitution and - I at a regular,. meeting Monday. Muruh lee. In and to the followInK -
;olden Text: "Every Sermon and Ha. IT 3, 1930 at 1 o'clock, to HNk for ileiicrllied land to wit: :
song lint ._ __ _. . an .
Instead July 1. 129 69.47Kerelpr
good fruit Is false prophets which come to you laws aid in enforcing them ? election to determine whether HoutheaMt quarter of ttouthweaturter :
ngeth not forth The Woman's. Auxiliary will during month _ 171.NO or .. .. 1J
'. Mectli Town
fire." I la sheep's clothing but Inwardly of opposing them and violating Warrant nit Vanderbilt Hu I IH/ < hool .DlHtrlctNo. . 'hlrty- "
n down, and cast into the meet Tuesday evening, Feb. 11 at dJ rll''IomU: I 127 HI shall convolldate with die- chip Mix. Month Mange, Twenty-two. I,
Hal. __ : :
false others who AUK. 235.00trl.lrlet
A them and
ravening wolves. applauding trlrte' feet, contalnliiK In all forty aereemore
|tt. 7:9. are No. 8 I ft, Ift and '16, to.l.ctthree
7:30 at the home of Mrs. N. B. Ha. IsOvertrafl
: or lenif, and IvInK and being IBIJradford
Is false teacher, who violate them? ... truxteen and determine the "
a lU' .
-essonText Matt. 7:1-29.: prophet July 1 .1324.30Receipts .
: County, Florida.
Hull. The Mission Study topic amount of mJlla'ire Co hi aiMewMeduirHlnxt
_
utline of Lesson: "The law of parades "In sheep's clothing" but Apparently the only permanent during month _' B37a the noneolldalvd* dUtrlct. This Nth Hay nf January 1930.FITUENK .
Warrants
will be "The American Indian. during' month 243
the the doctrine of "raven- remedy is to Instruct the childrenof _:::::: : I* t.I ('onnerIt. I.KB. !.
despenses Overdraft AUK. I. 1939 811.UI
gin,,; the law of prayer; Mr. R. F. Clark will give a talk M. Alvarei I Guardian/ for oval' Uen-ral Lee
They teach opposition the nation as to the laws and hereby certify thut the fi>r" Kolnicatatement Allnur. .
false wolves. J t
lad Ing ; Sapp
and the narrow way; ,
on the Indian and Indian life. showing belanrew at the .Hj..
for the constitution of their duty to obey and enforce W. MarnaKeK t
Iphets, corrupt trees; the two and contempt Prayer meeting Wednesday at beginning. and at the .ndtnll of the U. Happ "
I and laws enacted to enforce them. This can be done mostly month h..r..ln above atalad. and of W. )0;. Happ KI"".. U'''(''', RGIG ,
Delations. (Arnold.) 7:30 the ravel t. and warrant limueddurlnK
m.
not that prohibition. They are shocked at through the public schools and the p. I nalil month, corranpond with Kllery: $app Notice I. hereby given that Slity" ,it
fatt. 7:1: says "Judge A cordial Invitation to all our the r.ci>rdii of my otnc t, and I* true J. C. Alvi.ru day*' after date hereof, on to-wit;
|be not Judged." The remalnd- the 18th amendment and weep over Sunday schools. services extended to all. and correct to the bent of my knowledge W. lit Conner the 6th day of February A. I>. 1939.I. ."
with "sumptuary laws" enacted to The "Tree of law violation anddisregard" and b.ll.f 1 aleo certify that tI. C. Alva use the underelKned executor. of the
>f the first six verses deals .
| Hen Faulkner vlll of the late Henry Large Steven
th folJowInK I I. lint of all
a eaunty
I iplrlt of judging others, 'critlm. enforce prohibition. but have "no must be destroyed. COI IVYMOMTMLr"I'PI':"'''T".nF.'T'IIJ. depnHltorlcii. chowInK the balance In J. 1C. Manning .on. d.."........ will preaent mrvoucher
But Jes- tears for the drunkard's wife and But let us remember to cast the FIA .C'.U. TTKMffwr each at the clo. of the month herein Mark Addition and final account. suck ,
and fault-finding. >. W, M executor to the Honorable Oei A. .
OK sCHOOL HUI: fir Hi mated, and the amount of HolllnKeworth -
does say (verse II) "Give nott children father and mother. Of beam out of our own eyes, so that For Bradford County for the ecurlty furnlnhed by each math d.- H. J Norman Oardlner, County Judge of Bradford '
these false prophets Peloubet says, we may aid our brother to see July, 1929. poaltory. and the amount of lntr.tEald H. M. Whit.head county, Florida' and aek for hie ap*
which Is holy unto the dogs ..... ... : .
tieeeral ( F. or credited durlnK laid month It. V. Alvare proval and mf dlicharK a* eucmexecutor. '
'her cast your pearls beforene. "They paint sad pictures of the their duty clearly. Egotism and Be.I. Hal. July I, 119 __, 471.14 .ald depoeltory on accountof C?. I.* Uo..r.n. '
ye condition of lawies.neeeinto which self-conceit always Injure one's Receipt during Iii---.... t9nt.11 Current dally balance. or time K. Alvare Tale the Itb day of Decemlter.
Warrant durlnK month ?. 7.13 01 depoelte. W. <'. Crosby ,A. I>. 129.
in verse 7 Jesus said, "Ask and the country has been plunged by work for any 'cause. ThoM who Overdraft viu*. 1, 1939 _. _= .f1H,01I11.A.t : Wltne. my hand this at"t day of W. 1C. tfalfllop WILLIAM M.' BTBVBNSOW.Bexecutor .
lhall the prohibition amendment, and advocate the laws should not assume N.. 1Bal. July. 1>2.. I. n. Norman of eetat of Henry
be given you seek and yft Julr 1, m _u__ 118.21 A. J. onirrts. Drew Iteddleh Large 8tvenon.
111 find," and Illustrations are they dilate on the awful poison the "I am better than thou" Kecelpti during month __ n.'o County Superintendent l-It-St-2-21 n--... ... M -e



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.j' P.\GR EIGIIT rvMrvrv TELEOIUPJI. aTaRURFLORIDA. FRID.1}-, FEnnt\n\' -.I t

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'1Ir'" -.".,. can seldom do anything-, ,
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished '

$,' I 1877 1 around ----1 Polly and her-Pals is }'i,. .

popular undergraduate. i ,
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T l Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class A few things remembered froma

k D 1 Matter\ at the Post Office at.Starke, Florida college education: When a train party be.. ",mvlvlal < ,
someone invarlnlih. ,.

f:. S. Matthews, ._ ____ __uu___ Owner and PublisherJ. "i Pi Is equal to 3.1416. twenty-five dollars,

C. Robinson! .. .. .____ ______ ______ ___ Managing Editor The Gettysburg Address 'Allez .. vous. en"- means, "go Cracker crumbs-. In li, ] .Ir,

1 r rr chase yourself" In French. tremely uncomfortable
SUBSCRIPTION RATE
,'OURSCORE and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this eon- Listerine doesn't
.
Art gum will go a long ways to- do i l'iI'' '
) in Advance
Six Months 75c Payable
Yearly $1.50 -
hajto ; Unenl a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the pro post- ward making a dirty collar presentable things is says on the bot, ;..
Advertising Rates! on ApplicationAdd .

'- .. - -- .---- .. ,- -. -- ...-- .. ..... : lion that all mea are created equal. Sometimes both socks, i I.">, i ,

'i "clinically insane" to the list of alibis for murder. I, The fellow who has a cousin come back from the latin, h\, '
y from the home town coming up for
Ti ; t tci' ''t _- -IL-Q---- Now we are engaged fa a great civil war, testing whether that nation or any na the hops should be shunned as one A wink doesn't mean ., |12 ,

.;.- Indications now point to the small counties having their lion ao conceived and so dedicated can long endure. We are met on a great battlefield with the leprosy. thing nowadays.

.' inning at the next legislative session.
of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final Sulphuric acid removes spots I !Most folks will laugh; .u, ",
rl 0-- from clothei also the clothes. Joke whether they get th
t'r for those who here their lives that lLat nation ive. 1I"lt"
$6 : Duval county sheriff has painted "In God We Trust" on resting place gave migl. not,

4C + his office safe. Why the safe, then? It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. A Helen Kane record becomes
tt: f unbearable after the twenty-fifth It takes n diplomat i ,,
o repllUon. the afternoon playing Vi ''I"

The great! need of today is a motor of 200 horsepower But in a large sense! we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow ords in a shop and ma! ,

t 1 with the gas appetite of a 10 horsepower. I Roommates are necessary evils.. cbiluiU exit without bu\i, ,(It
this ground The brave men, living and dead who struggled here have ( '
tl, 'on'I''I Mora.vll .tllnl\.ne'lSiIary.. 1 -
3 .
secrated it far .:l>ove our poor power to add or detra t. The world will little ;' ,".- Ipaira tooth paste has i I''i".
\ Americana have a more appropriate term than "holy Salt l Is torn: pose J of sodium' and flavor1.,
s AL; men" to apply to those fellows who eat live scorpions. nor long remember what we :cay: here, but it can never forget what they did chlorine,

o i here. It is for us, the living, rather to he dedicated here to the unfinished work It doesn't pay to ho : ,
4 Ei A movie with Greta Garbo gets from home.
'
t' We know of one man whose mother-in-law hasn't spoken which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is ratber for us more student nickels than. one with

lH tI : to him since Christmas. His gift was a, traveling bag. Clara Bow. I That record of Me Kin'
r. to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us-that from these
O | ton Pickers playing East' I.I i I.
' honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the The two cents a day charged by Toddle-oo induces shiv. ; '?
: Ati'CCU' Winter Garden holds: its Strawberry Festival March 7th. libraries for overdue.. books mount spine.

: Starke should hold the Bradford County Strawberry Festi- last full measure of devotion; that we here highly resolve that these dead shall during a four or five months per- l _..( ,

val during April. not have died in vain; that this nation under Cod shall have a new birth of lod. .I| Compulsory Ineffective. church .in "d i
ftA'i 4e u >-- freedom and that government of the people, by the people for the people, Boccaccio's! classic, Decameron, I .J-

i it No paRAGrapher has yet denied the assertion recently shall not perish from the earth. contains more unvarnished sex The straw end of a ]broom\ w
stories than True Romances. applied to one's person( I'i.!< 'mil,f
l. made that the PaRAGraphers' League is made up of nuts.!:! I' ly, stings
Abraham Lincoln.
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i
rr It's not necessary. Every professor tries to appear -
o--- cynical In the class room. ; Attention In the class 1 moi,
t J o worth more than knguledp.'
1 1i West Palm Beach man has been sentenced to hang twiceon If you putt a sleeping room :t. ___

i w April llth. If the second hanging is held first, the first mate's hand In warm water he will Rainy days inspire! confide:

k will not be so painful. -.well, try It. bull sessions.

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_. .... .. Most people pronounce "eptt- Queen Elizabeth was never' :
-- ----
f, Instead of having the supreme court rule on the laws of ome" as It tied but probably should I
amount down to little less than hoisted on the state a system of looks
last session one by one, wouldn't It be possible to have the last a dividing up the gasoline tax which been.
: five thousand dollars. Madison A tall girl at a dance should not
"I: session declared illegal ? From Other Pens I EnterpriseRecorder.Arcadia will help none except the big rich attempt the "shag." PI is equal to 3.1416.
0 ---0- counties which didn't need any
\1 --,- - ---- -- help and which event the numbskull -
n Key West physician says lime is superior to whiskey for council has passed an legislature The meanest guy In the world is Some I.'unIt's
never would have
This la a world of accidents. ordinance making It unlawful to I the one who buys a flock of stamps
medicinal purposes. Which may be so, but Key West has not Palmetto News. Made up to a put handbills in automobiles. Se- aided while in Its right mind It and sticks them all on personal, wonderful to sit and turn
substituted lime for booze. bring and other towns have such any. Did Governor Carlton fore-
t great extent of living accidents printed envelopes. The clearly printed.dial;
see that and did he consider It
, cc -o-- ordinances we are told. In Arcadia a Pick up a station In the nor
0 New Year's resolutions are as i the fine Is $25 o.ia days In desirable step In his plan to place Hamburger with onion and raisin Perhaps a tropic! Isle.
; Jacksonville pastor preached on the topic "Can Any Good the state's credit on a sound basis -
battered as last fall's ltd-Starke : jail; We need such an ordinance pie make a swell midnight Why wo can hear the latent! i
Thing Come Out of Georgia?" There's only one place better Telegraph And as little used.- here. It is all right to distribute ? No, he didn't foresee anythinglike lunch An orchestra-a play-

than Georgia to a Cracker and that's Heaven. New Port Illchey Press handbills- but It is annoying to that this decision. Had he had An opera or an old tent Him
much
foresight ot1 had
he
...... -- Hud your car littered with them Just anything
,v. .- ... I been even good Hamburger with onion and rasl- ; you say
Tho supreme court's decision every day. The average car own- a enough guesserto In pie make a swell midnight What fun to get an oratoi!
j!
;,. in seven years and still she has npt found the perfect man. pay the gasoline tax: -Tampatrlb. out reading I' them, making the shied court might do he would have But how 1 love to tune out ft-
Yes It does. If they pay It In their streets look |,very unsightly until away from the plan which Arguing! with a professor never Then tune him out again'The
What
f use would she have for > bears his
:; a perfect man? home the the name as the devil would
county pennies they contribute sweepers,come along. \Vau- avoid got anyone anywhere. -
holy water-Fort Myers
will go toward reducingthe chula Advocate.
r Tropical: News.. "press gang" of Flo
:; And now comes the Valentine season with its line of freak bonded Indebtedness that otherwise 0-_ I VictroU needles cannot be re- will eat again. The Central F
tjitsf would have to be Auld by n '-pAll I
and sentimental rememberances. The kids are openly hopeful Governor Carlton, In a prepared j r sharpened Ida Exposition officials \,11,
tax real estate Ocala Star.
on --
., '-the statement Issued after the decision honor to the California dele hosts at a press breakfast n,
r "":" grown-up kids, scornfully, but secretly hopeful. --0-- written by Justice Louis W. Strum, gation in congress that voted to The feet should never leave the lando on Friday night, K,>i<

I 0r If you see the world beating a had been made public, made it assist Florida In obtaining a sufficient ground In Ice skating.If beginning at eleven o'cloc: -

r While counties around us seem to have some little trouble well worn. track to anybody's backdoor clear that he will not call a special fund to eradicate the I keeping going until breakfast' i
, : keeping their schools way buck In the woods these I' session of the legislature.. Ills fly. Regardless of the Med-I you can only hold out long the next morning It will be F
operating on available funds, Bradfordwill days. It's a cinch It Isn't mouse only comment on the collapse of tIle /_'a.n._aa_ _dim___l-i_ n_,_.tlnn..._.._. n_limit.. ...a. ...Q" i enough your roommate will eventually Ida's only Gridiron Qlub mee
run hers for the full period without soliciting subscrip- traps the fellow Is making better the program ,which he had prom- California Is honestly trying to buy stationery. during (the year-and also the ming
tions. than anybody else.- -Ivy Clough ised would. bving; tax relief to Flor- help this state over rough placeIn of the South Florida Press

Johnson, In Leesburg Commercial. ida was a request that "every tax- our existence. Bridge players who quote Work' soclatlon.

.. r -0 Incidentally, the country around payer step up and pay his just
' -
f, '\ While candidates for office who broke faith with the Leesburg Is noted for Its lakes and share?' and "I trust that the people - -
,
, !I r Democratic party last election may encounter some difficulty swamps. will l, ',oln .Jn this constructive '

; t ify y in the future, this difficulty will not extend to the voter who --solid-aHere's hunk-of- effort and' ,{lti.tlu..lr.: criticising byotre'lralt' I'
, f a commonsense -Ji ipirlFasuggeattone.: ; "-
r. j'r could not see his way clear to vote the straight .Democratic from the Palatka News: Miami Ifeynirh In Lincoln's Day

\r,rt, ticket. "Florida growers might struggle -.0.--0-
' ':t.,<',. J along without! compensation, although !- With almost general complaint
o
.1, It Is neither right nor fair being made throughout the state
t ( pcala Banner says high taxes are warning whistle, that they should Hut they can't over having to pay from $10 to
!; '
., .!r" meaning that it is time for the people to snap out of it 'and get anywhere with next year's crop $20 In order to obtain a license '
\ If the danger of closed markets is I tag for an old automobile that
'. get busy If the voters fail
to less
t I .l pay attention to orators not removed.( -- Ocala Star wouldn't bring $100 on the auc-

i : and more to practical men in the next two elections, they de- ---n- tion block 1 the time Is opportune

J serve the tax burden they are now carrying.One A few of the political partiesnow I for( those who favor a flat rate for
existing In America are listed : license tags to make hay. There .
a ny Collier's as follows: Progres- would bo mere: justice In boosting I :

of the peculiarities of most Democratic voters to be sive Republican, Grundy Republicans : the gas tax: to take up the dif- ,

demonstrated in the coming election, to the sorrow of fence- the Larger-Minded Republicans, ference than to force the owner of pV
1'', +, Hoover Republicans the an old car to pay pound for a
straddling politicians! county, state and national offices last Southern Democrats, Al Smith pound, what Is charged the new

election, is while the voter apparently reserves the right to Democrats Western Progressive rar owner, who drives his car 100 L

bolt at any time he demands of candidates a strict allegianceto Democrats Democratic -11'rogres-, miles to the other' fellow's ten. The V
his party. sive Republican Coalition Party. man that, uses the.,, roads most -
-Ocala Banner. should contribute ,
proportionatelyto dl'1 ., '\
o ---o-- their upkeep. -.:i Ocala Star. rr
r ar Republican sheriff of Pinellas county has been ousted by It we paid more attention to the ----0----
punch boards and slot machines Fifty"counties of Florida, with
Governor Carlton because of .collection from bootleggers
system displayed openly for taking 53 representatives in the legisla-
and gambling houses for protection and for encourag nickels I I and dimes from ture, lose by the Carlton lax plan

ing and collusion with law breakers. From statements made the youngsters perhaps other is amended by the supreme court. .t,
forms of gambling would not be so Dade and 18 others gain materially .
r by Republican organizations in the state would think (
one
attractive to them In later years.- It Is not difficult to forsee the

d such grafting was practiced solely by Democratic officeholders Starke Telegraph. The policy bow cutting down of the _eaaollna. ._.__ tax.__ tn no I'I
s in Florida. Is to let the young folks do their an amount needed for the con-

I d; sinning:, early, so, perhaps, they struction of state highways only, -. ._
Iu u o will be tired of It by the time they If any concerted move in that direction "' ..;;-
q Now the Massachusetts representative wants to debunk grow up.--Dunnellon Sun should be started. The

I A J i the Congressional Record, by eliminating the words "ap- ----o-- smaller counties will never again .
"loud The Bradford County Telegraph get an equal cut out of the gaso- When Lincoln the Lawyer rode
plause
I
cheering etc., inserted by congressmen in has more gumption than most line tax proceeds and for many of change. Today prudent folk deposit -
.
1 p; speeches never heard on the floors of congress but printed Florida weeklies, therefore It I Is them the returns from thla form from court to court few
i and mailed to the folks back home to make 'em think "what a quoted more In the state press of taxation 1 henceforth will be neg- were their savings in the bank-

y lr a 1 whale of a congressman we have. If this privilege is taken not lent only editorial because page It has but an also excel-because IIgl might ble.as well Their''make representatives a virtue out of the Banks he parsed on the way far safer than a hole in the floor,

away, as the Tallahassee' State News points out, what chance the exchange editor always necessity and cut off the 2 1-3 and the
was homestead
would some congressmen have of proving they are earning knows where the editorial page cant the Carlton plan added.- many and yielding interest in the bar-

t t their ? will be found. The editorial page Miami HeraliU where heaps of
pay gold lay buried in
i In most Florida weeklies Is liable 0 gain. This is the Twentieth Century -

o to be anywhere from the front I It Is now being .explained by mattresses and
Quincy Times gives business houses food for thought in pago to the last -- Inverness some of Governor Carlton's ardent sequestered under Deal with a Twentieth

I 1 the suggestion to turn a deaf ear to high pressure calendar Chronicle. It not particularly bright! supporters loose planks. nut a centuryof Century
Bank.
--o that he foresaw all the time An official is at
salesmen. Thousands of dollars are wasted in this form of The fund In our own county; the decision, which the supreme has
progress
advertising for the simple reason it i is so common that the that has been hurt the moat'of allIs court has jikl banded down and wrought a your service.

calendars are thrown away for lack of space. If buyers of I the county road fund. Under "In fact anticipated. It as one step
the old system a cent of In
gasolinetax the plan for finally placing thestate's
calendars could check up on where their annual supply goes being distributed back to the credit upon a sound and. I

to, within a few days after distribution, they would cut their counties equally we received thlr- sane basis.V 11, If he foresaw BANK
OF
f. usual expenditure and put it in a form of advertising yield- ty-flve thousand dollars a year for this decision and anticipated It asa I STARKE

ing better county roads, whereas the act a* step in any plan except to encomtpass .
returns. Neither is it "
any more satisfactory "where passed by the legislature cut this his own political ruination,

.t S j high-priced calendars are purchased ; the advertising being amount down to less than twelve then all we can say Is that what A ROLL OF HONOR

f WM :as stripped and only the expensive art reproduction retained. thousand dollars and the ruling I thla governor needs is a guardian. BANK
i of the supreme court puts the What has happened U that he has

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