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 14, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04746
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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CompletedNew PLANT Ul'IUHSU Corn Club BoysAwarded PLAXT rUOTALARIA Regulations On OTHKIt: IMPHOVK.MKXTH Ell : : Road Department .,

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r Supt. Clark stated Wednesday Prizes 'ounty Agent Rlckonbaker has BerryShipments There la no let-up In the repair-; Cuts Its Payroll \
afternoon that plans and specifications secured.. and distributed
To I to a number I Inland remodeling of buildings in
Orange Heights of the new municipal power of farmers of the county more
hassle and Andrew Illnxlcn\ of is.., ('h'nl' "'hl'1h.'r a..null.111 the business district, new cement ----- "

plant building were on file at New llltrr Cash than 300 pounds of crotnlarU seed IU HiHititn-il of SWi>i irntHfl walk being poured In front of the 1.LIIII..n"nrf't: C'0.0. Reduced! :..... 'jH'J Jt7
the office of the city clerk and con- for planting this spring and sum-I
Gainesville. Feb. 11.-The contract .\ rr Vrtalii H"h \M-G Store, the awnIng ot the : IVr Mile fuller
held Hutton tractors were Invited to look them AvnnN.. Houtli Klcirld meL, and have other orders pending and )
by Bro ot Jack- Sternbtsrg's stores lie- ,
( over and enter bid for the work. tmln Crotalarlu: Is Figures' ,1,1I
Honvllle a Fair a summer tag
for construction of grade As information to our growers repaired, walls painted/ and .
The plans will provide considerable legume and - ---- I
Is highly -
and drainage! recommended new lighting fixtures I 1
structures on the ten I regarding shipment of fruits tint' Installed In "
mlle ot new highway leading! trom changes in the present build- County Agent Rlckenbalter ro- ( for Improvement and vegetables: from this. viit& n, tnfollowing ." tito show windows. The toro Reduction of payroll. cost oC "

the extension ot East Un'vernlty! (inK, doubling the floor space of celved notice and checks Wednesday Is In fact the best or one of the letter; MroMd to ('01I1- II MI'Ming! formerly occupied by the:!' $370.000 In 1929 as against!: 1928 '

avenue to Orange Heights, skirting the plant proper and allowing the j afternoon from (directors of the best, now being/ planted In Florida.A ty Agent Rlokenhnker from quar- J A\: It. Store will be repainted and and<1 a cut of $234.37 per mile 111' ."
needed room for the new electrical South Florida Fair, Tampa awarding featui-e-of crolalarla as a soil male the cost of maintaining roads In
the north shore of Newnan's lake, I antlno headquarters nnd the nddod ready for I the Hex Jewelry :
ban virtually been completed. equipment already Installed on the pr'ces: to two of his 4-tt club Improver Is ,the fact that It cannot Information by \Mr.' Rlckenbuker fit Store moving from across the 1929 as against 1928 form portions -

J. L. Bryan of Orlando. now I fowjKlatlons. Until the building la I boys Hassle and Andrew nhoden be used Bit a forage crop due published.! The letter! Is ronfiis'rc: street. near Mitchell's. ot a report ot the stale road .
completed no further work be ; to the fact that as yet cattle refuse department's( activities:
\ can of New River, for their exhibit of for the :
head ,of the Bryan Paving company In that It stat'M' In one imrigrafh Tho north .Hlda of Call street In
I done toward putting the new units corn. placed In competition with I to eat It. Local men who have year Just ended as mnde to Governor -
who wall In charge; of opera Hint "all fruits except watermelons I the postofilee' .block now presents amOre
Into operation.: obtained seed for planting thla season lioyle E. Carlton
exhibits from 4-It club workers by Chairman -
tions for the Hutton Construction strawberries, plnouppUM: ,'1-1: Inviting nppuaranco due to "
slate.laMlde are: J. L. Johns, \Morris! Bryan. Robert W. Ben)ley, "
from the entire \ Itho-
company returned to Orlando last counuts and other nuts. require I .ho remodeling that has boon going ,
W. T. Wallace. W. !M. Ud-:
night but left a small crew In den received ft check for $9.00 on permits," nnd that "Vegetables I on during I ha holidays, the : TotAl payrolls the department ;
Logan Speak wards C. Lets,'h, A. Bronke L. L.fonner .
charge of maintenance I second prize; for bin bushel 1 of and nOli-I'llI'll" fruits produced outside ust of th!' old unsightly t'n: awn-, for 1928 aggregated: $2.123,515.-: '
corn, and Andrew's check was for J. 13. Mowers, A. J. Thorn-; 77 wbllo In 192:!!) this
accordance with tbe I the erud(cat Ion area may ha tugs being removed from the postolllco was cut.
the contract to he kept Here March 1st : $8.00, his exhibit winning. third as. CharI!.,. CUOIer L. U. Green, IIhl\111e.11L1lIlulllmer under, l''rniII"lradford building two weeks lit $1,705,014.24, a difference, III.'
I L. C. Powell. F J, Puttee, H. B. I I ago.
prize. favor ot 192: !) operation of
period of thirty days. At | -- i I count* in not In I he I $369.899.55. ,-
Wiggins and F G, Other
plratlon of that time and portion'I.I Col. J. J. Logan of Jacksonville Both boys are members of the 1 1I orders have hoen Suern.given to the I" a roil under quarantine au.1 strawberries .\U \ )l. liOt'I.U I If ! .

Booner the work of !I who has been In considerable demand -I New River 4-H Club, according to county agent but It is questionable I: I are not considered a* belonging f Records of the department froniuj 1
rock base and double over the tate, for addresses \Mr. Rlckenlmker and although the I to the citrus family mill. : which Mr. Hentley's figures aro'
nieut willIe undertaken I on tho state tax situtntlon, has exhibit was hastily assembled. ''I it the seed can be obtained, I while the letter grants permission Mrs. AI"Lf\ Gould, aged; 6. taken, show that the mileage of 1 \
however effort is being made
Duval Engineering compiled with a request of the Prndford's product rom pared favorably an to ship strawberries' without permlt wlfn of Frank e. Could foamierhitci I roads under maintenance In 192S .J
for them *
has the contract for that Hti si n ens !Men's Club for a date In with that exhibited from I In ono "'I1I'e| It C'IUIC'f'lll I h') preHldent of the Silver Lain wall 2,795.58! miles and the amount ,

of the project. Starke and wired: Wednesday that any other section of the state, the privilege III a later wentenoe. The I'lcklu Compnny' of ICast Harttonl, :' spout to keep t them in condition i

Unless bad weather Interferes, he would be In Starke on Saturday -I county agent attending!!: the fairone'day Boys Conference county agent will bo naked to take (loUt)., died at I Hampton, Flu.. was $1,463,459.39. a coat of' '

it is believed the new short cut to March 18t.Superintendent. last week. Club work was j jI ,.I liln matter I III, or to ascertain )IIst. Thursday morning Feb. 6th. $523.38 i II i>r mile In 1929 the ,;. "

Orange Heights, Melrose and Keystone Grime secretaryto given a boost In this county Date what will be required, of fruit and Mm. Ciould before her marriage department maintained 3,332.97

Heights, will be ready for the club has secured! use of the through Mr. Rlckenbnker's work I Designated I vegetable growers of this count/ was Ada it!. Merrill and was bornIn miles ut an outlay of $965,62J.. \
traffic the first growing from .- --- Newberry, Vermontfay\ 10, 71 or $28.9.11 ;
by of June. courthouse for this afternoon, the nnd the membership per mile.'j
. -- hour announced being 2 o'clock. 11 to 125 members, many of whom Will !!< Iiilitinlako! City, IaU'1I Orlando \Florida PcI,. 5, 19.10. 18(17.( On Jan., 13th, 1885 she I KxpUilnhiK: t the l lower payroll .
'.I I: t th i llnptlNl. rhiinli.AnnouticemenVsof wu married In 'Wcnlworlh N. 11,,
1.1 Kirr.: : lUCH.tltl !:
n.'llI'fWH \Y
The talk by Mr. Logan will be are now planning to grow' prlz(>- J\h'.Tho I). Kli'kRiib.iker, County cost, the chairman stated t that reductions ';
\\ NAMK! J TO RK ('.\In'-- more on the order of a discussion winning products for the next fair (he Twelfth Agent/: to ViHiik C. Gould ot Warren. N. In expenses were mud,,.i:
KI: ) I.V STONE: IV WAXrK: 1 Sturl'.e Florida. K., alto wan then located In 'New i
of the taxation problem now facing Annual S'ate, older Boys' Conference wherever possible. In explanation :,1
llrltaln, Can II. In tho spring of
the state, and he Is not advocating S for Northeast Florida has l)our Mr. Rlckcnuuker! : ot the huge cut In per mile cost '" ,
1888 Mrt and lll1r". Gould moved to
In order to commemorate the any special form of taxation to replace NKKI: ) TIIKATMK.VTACJAIVST: Just been malt by the Florida We luivo your letter of \Pen. 3rd of road maintenance! Bentley ,
.Hervices of the American forces In the present type. Citizens of ; IUSKASK: State Y. M. C. A. with headquarters stating that farmers, and fruit Hartford. Conn., where theyhave rays this was accomplished partly :

Kurope: during the World War the the county are urged to hear Mr. In Jacksonville. under whose growers are cften ranking inquiries lived ever since The pasteight by legitimate reduction In the '"J!, :
during the winter
American Battle Monuments Com- Logan. direction the Conference Is pro as to the shipping, of host fruits yours number of men employed and, '
A number of demonstrations of months they have .spent In Flor '
mission was cteated by congress moted. Lake City has been chosen and vegetables, requiring permits, partly by use of labor saving machinery
-.- the result of disinfecting seeds be- ida.
and placed in charge of erecting as the place for the Conference and date of ghlpment and other In format replacing hand tools and I
memorials abroad. _The plans of LONK: : KfSIIKKMAN: : fore planting have been lined up tho dates are Friday. Saturday t iou MI-M. Could 1 wan an active member manual labor. ,

the commission, which have been PULLH I.V I.llUiST: by County Agent Hicken baker. The and Sunday, March 13, 15 and 16. All fruits except watermelon, und worker In the HurimldeMelhi On the construction side, the "
, approved by Congress Include the HKIUJKAXT: IXH'K object of seed disinfection Is to Insure dlnt church and sang In the
The segsJons will be In the llaptl strawberries! pineapple( coronnut figures are very interesting also \ :
erection of a memorial chapel In the planter that lie la planting choir for many years. Hy her
church. One of tho outstanding and other nuts, require permit showing that In the year just end
each American cemetery in Europe Monday afternoon the Tlev L. disease free seed and there Is a kind. nets and good deed she on- !
315.41 mllas
features of this conference will he There are only four host vegetables e4| of roads werhardsurfuced '' '1
dedicated to those who gave \v. Klckllter ot ptarlce, hooked and number of different diseases which the banquet on Saturday night which are tonr.toos, eggpinntii cleared herself to all( who knew as against 202 mltes H
their lives during the \handed a nine-pound snook! at the. are carried on the seeds and can be her. She had h"elIn falling h '
war. which will be held In the ba emcnl peppers and. broa, or lima ) ) Q $. 1\
In these chapels the commission city dock. Ho also caught; other prevented or reduced' l by seed of-the Baptist: church. The huanfl. I hl'lLltlor many years, having un- fn' addition, In 1929 of surraceI'I'

Intends. to inscribe a record of emu\ fish but thfa was the prize catch treatment.A high Mchuols1, In 27 comities are The lurt. t>lo for shipment of durgoiio; several critical oporatlonn treated sand-clay roads, 16.35. J\
: American marine of tho afternoon for hm.! \ number of farmers In the but for Home IIRY8 nuforeHI .
Boldler.'snllor or mil.'el'e
being. Invited to Bend delegations all citrus frnltc from tho stale of completed, again ten. f :'
who his life la butwhoae The Rev. Klckllter Is In Stuart Brooker section treated seeds, iius'Kul' away red lo boj I
lost Europe appen
t This counties east of Florida Is March? 3 tNt; "Th last miles' of Ibis type In 1928 ofsand4'iny ,
not for the present paying a wInter Tuesday afternoon, assisted by the Improved In health. About ml :
has <
final resting place the Apnlachlcola river .and as far dalo for the shipment of host roads, 86.81 miles were D'
been Identified. These Inscriptions. visit to his son L. C. Kick liter, county agent and the results will south nil' Levy, Marlon and Vo- "BftabicH" which are produced, In- n'ght' she had a cerebral 1"1 built In 1029, as against 3 miles "

carved in stone, will stand as enduring tax collector, and his daughter, bo watched closely when the plants lusla counties, which lire IncludedIn \ sldo the eradication aroiv IK June rhage which rendered h< r III' 1928, In 1929 new grades :ii i'Ir'

,( and individual tributes of Mra. Agatha Thomas. lie had gone begin to grow. thIs conference territory. The IClh. VoiietabloH und non-citrus I scions nnd from which slit did T were built totaling 241.95 mIles. \j

a grateful nation to Its sons who to the city dock with his pole to Any farmer who Is Interested In schools are expected to send boys luttu produced/ outside( I ho eradlt rI OVI'I', Within tine hour and a as ngnliist 295 miles In 1928.

still sleep In graves unmarked by pass away the time and succeededIn the planting of disease free seed who are at least 15 years of ago: '1 I "'> mnv: bo shipped all half s lie piiHHivl qultely) und puacu I Thin mileage of surfacing brings il

lIam '. I bringing: in one of the largest should not neglect; disinfection.The and whd represent\ leadership In glimmer under' permit. fully away.Brief tho totals' up as follows: FOJ- "

The name of Lieut. Richard Ray flah'ever caught from the dOl'k.Stual.t .- county: agent. will be glad to their own schools and counties. Your farmers run secure definite funeral services were held 1929, 418.35 miles; for 1928 217 .,;

hlte, of Starke, Florida, will be Daily News. advise and assist farmers In thl Information regarding the Conference Information concerning' all nt IKT winter home In Itaniptomi.Fin. miles. The newly surfaced mileage : ;

Inscribed In the chapel near Thlau- I work. can bo secured<>m Mr. H. a tiara ntine rnirlllll I ions from (half ., Monday afternoon at 2:30: ) for each year was made up as. 'fif"

(court France; to his name will, also faUI..U'T"U': :: : KEEl. : : ) :a.: Dowllng, principal of the high nearest district Inspector, who la o'clock.( Fob.' 10th and were con- follows: t

be added 23rd Infantry and. AM) LOAN ini.i- AUK: VOV OXK OKTin school In this city. I Sir. K. I*. Bates, of hawthorn, dueled by Rev J. II. Ackley ot Plain cement concrete 1929! 'r'

dato of death: September 13th, ; ': Tiiord by novo GT, 17 miles; 1928, 37.00 miles.IHtiiiuliioiM ,'
1918. Representatives Green and Yon II. M. Montgomery of the I con.-rete 11)29 5 ,
pastor : .9 ,1
1 Tomato- Plants you ploiiHO do not hesitate: to '
1 of Florida Friday afternoon COP call Methodist\ church, South of Hamp miles; 1928.2.00 mlUtrt. \
Considerable time and
I money n nus.
nnSt.'H1IJXt'h: I ferred with Chairman Haugen of Improving ton. All of her children were Asphalt block< 1929) .50/ miles; ? ,
has been expended .lately on \\Til1.Be Grown Your truly, .
SHOWS LAKGK: Ht.\lS.: the House Agricultural Committeo store fronts, awnings; and Jeff Chaltln.ARent., present constating! of 111'rthllr 1928, 0.00)) miles

- and urged, prompt action upon walks along the luminous district, I. Gould and wife ot Sharps Flu., Surface treated rock base, 1929! f
Florida's treasury balance reached the seed and fertilizer loan bill I'atm.i-H Wlli 'ilrowr 1OO .\rrv" .>f Mr. and Mrs. W. ((1. May and Mrs. 246.75; l!>28. 138.00 miles. "
{In most Instances color here
a 1'ght It maybe recalled t that I the
the seven and a half million luthorlzlng I appropriation of riiiiilnor rrtinplM-ll\ Soup ( 0. Ray C. Simmons: and daughter of Sheet asphalt, 1929, 0.00 miles;
(paint or brick being used, addinga local county agent In no longer
mark at the end of January, State six million dollars for seed and the of -- I Silver Lano. Conn., nnd hay sister, 1928 19.00 miles.Bituminous i', I
great deal to appearance connected directly with the Mediterranean -
Treasurer W. V. Knott announced fertilizer as was made ava'lable |the business houses. Added to the' A number of farmers of the fruit fly eradication Mm. Bert U. Vlbbert.8 of llookan macadam, 1929 ;

Monday In his monthly report. ,a Mt year for storm and flood other worries of the proprietors county have agreed to grow tomato work, and the above letter Indicates n in, Conn. More t than/ twenty other 0.00) miles; 1D2S. 6.00 miles. 'i', '

The' balance wan $7,584.447.93, stricken sections of' six southeastern now Is the problem of educating plants for the Campbell\ Soup\ to whom truckers and fruit New l lOngland friends, two nt Total mileage hard surfaced la ,'.
or more than a million over. that states. Company County: Agent; Ulcken- whom wore girlhood schoolmates 1929 :.115.41 J In 1929 202 miles. 'V\
pededtralns from bucking up to the growers; should look for all Information.
of the last of 1929, which waa $8- The Florida representatives baker working In co-operation 11New HuinjiNhlre, who are Another item In construction ot
plato glass fronts and casually Tho Information In the
246.784.21. ('ailed to !Mr.: Haugen's attention placing the dirty shoe on the brick with !Mr. NU of the Se aboard rail above letter was furnished for the spundluat their winters In Florida roads shows ;241.93! ot new grade

Receipts for January were $4- that President Hoover and the director work. Next time you walk down road hat l been able to have the benefit of the, farmers. t Ill's county together with a largo delegationof l built during 1929, and 295 miles 1
and $3- promise of the production of approximately I lreMent' built durin1928. .
393477.30 d'aburseme.nU of the budget had given; the street make a mental note of at the request of County Agent hampton friends were /
055.813.58.The their approval after a committee, how' few men here seem to be able 100 acresof plants. t,I Rlckonbnker. The county agent's to (pay their reppecill. As a mark BKdgo: building was a greaterItem I

treasury at the end of Janwary. authorized at a mass meeting of to talk to a chance acquaintance j I No individual farmer Is taking a | office will be glad! to advise and assist of rcspett; all business places In In 1928 than In 1928, with 1

however, still held $2,787.- the representatives of those af- and keep both feet on the walk. vary large acreage and there con' farmers In any way possible Hampton Wf'l'O(01((>11 rtur'ng the 13,00,1 feet of concrete bridges; In, J t
state h<\ seen no logical reason that the rll..rlll.. 1928 against 3.601) feet In ,. '
112.23 of undistributed lected states, had called on them. Whether ra'slng one foot to I the along this line of work. but all HC-rvlcuH. The floral offer- as 1929, 1
pall; tax funds held up by litigation Chairman Haugen maul rented a rear assists their mental powers Is I| plants required cannot be produced definite Information must. be got- limits were many and beautiful. The and 2,789 feet o' wooden bridges, \ i

against provisions of the 5-cent :keen Interest In the matter and has not known, but n Is causing some here at a fair profit. tOil from the source named above I body which bus. been embalmed for 1928 against 106 In the past I

gas; tax act. railed a meeting to consider the merchants to get gray before their - SJ'Ii.YiS 0V IIOYSFred Therefore, (question, regarding this will bo taken tu Connecticut: year. ,- .
S morning. 'UA.NK where service will be held During 1929 the department resurfaced > .
matter Thursday / Rep time. I states Into which certain commodities -! a public ;q '
o.rii IIOI-SK cmot'Mw IIKLTIIIFI *- resentatives Green and Yon hopeto I In the spring.(4HtYl'.JI : 103.75 miles of old road i> ;j
h8 shipped' length of
F. Wells of
and II.
: ) have early enactment so as to Brant S as against 9.48 In 1928. :
shipping period, nnd demand for {
: ROLL had awalt-
Gainesville a surprise
Items Including
make available funds for spring
bo ) : iti.nir:
permit mado to \Mr.
The grounds around the Wom- planting. tlng them In Starke Sunday night storm and flood damage!!: culled for
Rates lit Hawthorn ( VISITS: Hi.uiKi;
according to
an's Club building have been undergoing -- Those paying their subscriptionsto when oincer">f, acting on Information an outlay of $393,395.89 In 1939: ,
the above letter.
an extensive improvement Congressman R. A. Green has the Telegraph during January received over the telephone as against $ $462,914.21 1928

program, during the past Just been advised. that House nilf( were: Mr. Juno Wall, J.. R: from i Gainesville arrested' them I.(''AIU' OF TIIANKH Starko .was given !Its first New contracts. entered Into dur-

week. Thla work la under the direction 6348 an Introduced by him has Knight, Joe Grlffls, F. A. Andrews, on a charge of stealing an automobile -- K Tin: pun of the (loodyear Tire & ing' 1929 totaled $5,619,405.45 as

of the beautifIcation committee been favorably reported by the J. N. Norman, E. Mosely, Mrs. J'I and a wrist watch belonging to I We the husband, son and Rnbbor eom pliny'. dirigible "Vig against $7,084.017.64\ In 1928.

of which Mrs. O. L. Beasley sub-committee of the house mili- Courtney. n. f. MerrItt, C. C. a student at the UnIversity After daughter) of the late Mrs. F. C. 1 hunt," Wednesday shortly afternoon Contracts completed In 1929! totaled -

la chairman. tary affairs committee. CrosbY W. H. Green. Mrs. U. 11. considerable- had been made of Oould, wish to extend our heart when the craft flew over the $7,158.451.06 and In 1928, J

The finished plans for lanscap- The bill\ provides for the transfer McDowell, It. II. Ford Wesley long distance this boys finally convinced felt thanks to our neighbors and city at a low altitude.. bound from $10.893,997.76. In 1929 contracts 'r

Ing the grounda will Include smaller i from the federal governmenttwo Crews, J. M. Conner, 0. W. Andrews the officers that they were friends for the floral offering, and Gainesville\ to Jacksonville whereIt called for 209.25 miles of surfacing J

shrubbery and palms around Confederate cannon to the K. L. Grima. E. Gllsson, W. being made the victims of a,'practical for the expression of sympathy spent tbe night at the airport. against 193.21 In 1938. New

the building; .e screen of bamboo Olustee Battlefield. Olnstee Fla. A. McQuagge, P. S. Crews Mrs. Joke and they were released. shown and the assistance given us The Vigilant Is one of a fleet of bridge work entered largely Into .'.t

across the back of the grounds Judge Green predicts favorable action Hattie Black. I>. D, Colley W. C. The officers were notified by a student In the recent loss of our beloved six dirigibles owned by the Goodyear contracts In 1029, with 7,144.31feet ,

and a lawn planted with centipede by the full committee In the Harris S. K. Johns Mrs. L. A. giving the name of Fred wife and mother. Company, and one of the two concrete construction placed 't.

gras near future. Reynolds. W. U. Hodges, A. M. Brant to be on the lookout for a F. C. Oould now stationed In Florida during under contract as contrasted with :!

Darby, C. Letsch, B. Jacobs. Wm. stolen car, giving the descriptionand A. C. Oould the winter months. 8.260 ot that type In 1928; and; "Y

"HKABT" ('O TEI> WINNERS INCOME T.X3I.NCOMI'a,' Kalcb, H. E. Lagergren, A. I. Al- ,number, and also that one Mrs R. C. Simmons The Vigilant Is 128 feet long, 76 feet of wooden structures as ..

yates, J. M. Kersey, Chas. B. would] probably have a wrist watch Mrs. W. (1. May, 37 feet In diameter and use 88.- against 1.569 feet in 1928.i3Lt014 :(

Considerably Interest was aroused Peter H. Miller, collector of Internal Flood. with the DUBA of "Fred Brant" S 000 cubic feet of gas for Its liftIng S

In the Telegraph "Broken revenue, Jacksonville advises S engraved on"it. When the car Housing shortage being acute at energy. The ship la poweredwith : WAOO.V, ;:

Heart" contest, published In last that a deputy collector will 009 TONS FKIlTILIZKIl: showed up In Starke they were Lake Placid a Joint meeting of two 80-borsepower Sleman- <"

week's issue and the task ot selecting be In Starke on Wednesday, March r promptly arrested despite the vigorous the Chamber of Commerce and the I Halskey motors. It has a cruising Victor Lamb crashed Into a wagg ,.

the winners was not as 5th to assist taxpayers in making Consumption of :fertilizer In proustatlons. of the boys Woman' Club was held last week speed of approximately 45 milesan on on one of the side streets In the- ,

easy aa first thought, However out their 1929 Income tax returns.All Bradford county. during!!: January I that they were Innocent that one In the Lake Placid Club to consider hour and a top speed of 60 : northeastern part of town last i

we believe our readers will agree taxpayers having returns to totalled 489 tons, compared to 307 of them was named Fred Brunt. the condition. Town Mana-I miles an ho'ir lu calm air. helium, Thursday night smashing one of ''i.

that the three prize winning file for the year 1929 or desire Information tons during December Bradford I I and bolh 0(1111< and< wristwatch" be- ger J. K.' Sims. O. F. the naif-Inflammable gas. Is used the wheels: of the wagon and damaging ,

ketches on "Why I Trade With In connection with their standing 28th In the line of counties longed to hhn the Lake Placid Land Company, In tbe ship, being considered' one his. car to the extent ot $111. ;
the "FIrm That AdvertIses," published liability to file returns should not as to quantity. Dade county As soon as It was established and Mrs. Melvll Dewey of the Lake of the safest forms of lifting energy according< to officers Investigatingthe )
with 5,417 ton., through assbitance of Gainesville Placid Club South used In crafts of this accident The and team
on page seven of this Issue, hesitate to call on the deputy collector lead the state presented various type. wagon \
are exceptionally good and worthy while here.. while seven counties reported no officials that the call was a hoax phases of the subject The Goodyear Company have belonged to B. M Thomas and was

consideration by both advertisers S sales. In this immediate section and that Brant and Wells were also developed a movable mooring being driven by a negro. the team -

and customers. BIRTHS Alachua reported sales of 4,557 both Innocent of any crime they It sounds good for the federal mast, It being mounted on a heavy and negro both escaping Injury III .

Honorable mention Is also given tons Baker 38. Clay 608. Putnam were released... Officials here, however government and the state government truck and goes from place to place the crash. Lamb did not tarry at

to Elizabeth Holmes. Volley McKinney Mr. an0 Mrs. C. !If. Crews, Starke, 697. Union 218 tons. Totals for would like very much for to tell the world bow much where mooring facilities are not the scene after the accident,. the I

and Mn. N. Strickland for girl. Feb. 4. the state were: December, 0,121 the telephone Brant to show up InStarll. money they have In the various available. According to the Gainesville officers stated but drove off hur-

the articles they submitted- The Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Cald well, tons; ..January (0,831 ton..*: salesIn and make himself known. treasuries but what the workIng \ Sun, this. movable mast was rledly without Investigating the ..'

correct: manner of repairing a Penney Farms girl. Feb. 11. lot. of less. than one ton not being for- they are considerably peeved man In this state and In other used for the Arat time In Florida extent of the damage he caused by

brakeD beart Is also shown on, the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Green, Included In report from any every time they think, of ,Ihe telephone state wants to know Is "when daw when the blimp moored for the driving on the wrong side of the

page carrying the prize-winners. Penney Farms, boy. Fen": 12. county. tolls charged upo them. eat." night at Jarvis Held, that city. street. 'lI:

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: j a man sick of the palsy, lying on be safe and practice It to be holy.It 1 agent.

::1" C: ;: : H.W f a lied: and( Jesus seeing their contain the light to direct Friday, Feb. 21, Planting th.,

:1if NFWAPAI'P' ,:R STAFF C: faith said unto/ the sick of the pal- you, food to support you and com Tung-Oil Tree-Harold Movm,

if Killtor-lnChK-f __ ___ ___ .. PAUL KNIOttT: R word is and sy; Son, be of good cheer; thy sins fort to cheer you. assistant horticulturist, Florid i
Thy lamp unto feet
Tit yl.MlBtnnt J illtorn.Inka _:_._ PEARL MANNINO, EVA J.IAIlf"OT'I'J' Ir i my a light onto my paiL-Psalm 119:105.iji't : be forgiven theo." It Is the travelers the pil Experiment Station.
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IJilltorH v . I.E4TER Pith i. 1to111N9N All religious' teaching doctrine or "Certain of the scribes said grim's staff, the pilot's compass, Answers to Florida f .rm prol>
Sport -
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: ::::_ : : LEVAViAM: HIIKHAItl Z within: themselves this blas- lems and U. S. Farm
man Flashes
a 1 ,/' Junior nk>r Importer Il.. "irter. .._______ "TV-_ h_ -- - ANN/ii"/ MAI PFAIt1.7louhomore : ] C: r creed, if they are to have any claim the soldier's sword and the/ Chris 11'101! i ibo
f p UfporterVreahman ..'- -..---- -i-i J 1IoIITJmi I \ i( upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with phemeth. Jesus said to them, tian's charter. features on each program. Tier.
dofo I : _._.: v. : "MA [}: the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words I Into "But know the
Iteporter i fit every fold and creviceof that ye may that Here Paradise Is restored heaven programs are given from 12:1E: {in
__.. _."ESTELLU KKNiirjrrK/ JIAI.I.IK JON I c; I
!I Hneolnl Faculty Rspurtora Supervlnor ."_ _ MISII Kt.UUU.VClJ:: : MATTIIEWd4S7S7C4S SPAKE the human LIKE heart THIS and MAN.of whom" it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN son of man hath power on earthto opened and the gates of hell 12:45: eastern standard time, and

1 + 4 S7 forgive sins, (then salth he to tIle station frequency is 830 kilocycles
r.i"2S'2S25'ZS': n n n n C7:S7::'Q?:S?::I 252SZSZ5'c5'S252"mac disclosed. -
I XOTiSWe : could bring his future wife. He To whom Is strength promised?seven was come, they brought unto tho sick of the palsy,) Arise, take Christ Is the grand subject our .

II. If. H. soon found that he had made a Answer, readIsaiah 11:2. !,! many that were possessed with up thy bed, and go unto thine good its design and the glory of .
Thin Do, In Remembrance or1.: <* house. And he arose, and departed .
God Its end.It
In having great mistake and withdrew. In a devils, and he cast out the spirits(
(. i were very fortunate TIUItESII.1J.SlnTnI.f I: ,
Matthew 26:26-29: And as they to hU house. "As Jesus pass-
\ marrleJflsl1 should fill the rule
months he Peabody memory,
of the few
to4ie Dr. TibbItts as speaker were eating, Jesus took bread, and with his word, and healed all that ed he saw .Matthew (LevI) the heart and guide the"feet. NEWS
and took her to live in the i
4 chapel exercises last were sick: That It might be fulfilled * *
blessed It, and brake It, and gaveIt and the oalth follow me. '
Read it slowly, frequently,
Dr. Raymond Old !Manse at Concord. Here they pray
After llIntroductioll by which was spoken by Esalas The girls of the Teressa Chri4tian
; i to the disciples, and said, take And be arose and followed him. .
old erfully.It
Dr. Tlbbitts delivered a lived in poverty his the prophet, saying. Himself took Union visited Melrose
this Matthew last Fn
eat; is my body. 27 And he was a drsplsed Jubll-
T ';; :r, .. splendid talk on "The Grit that friends came to his anslatance. took the cup, and gave thanks, and our Infirmities, and bare our sick can, a tax gatherer, and the Is a mine of wealth, a paradise day and met their match and moiiat .
,- him of and river of
has traveled They helped secure a position : glory a pleasure -
b Grips. Dr. Tlbbitts nesses. the hands of the Melrose .
cih I gave It to them, saying Drink ye Pharisees criticised Jesus for such rim
',. much and l III personally ac- with a yearly salary of twelve all of It; 28. For this is my bloodof Then Jesus "gave commandment association, "But he said ers, sustaining defeat to the turn.

acquainted with many of the ('OUJltrY'8 hundred dollars the new testament which is shed to depart unto the other side"of They that be whole need not It Is given yon in life, will be of 40 goals to 8. The game how
pl lIe lost this position, broken- a opened at the judgment and be remembered -
L Edison!
s leading men such as for many for the remission of sine ( the sea of Galilee). A sudden physician, but they that are sick ever, was 9pleasant and mark.."t
, hearted, he went home to his wife. forever.
t i.r i.t i. Dr. Kellogg Lindbergh and Com 20. But I say unto you, I will not storm arose and the boat was * I am not come to call the by a sprit! of good sportsmanship,
She cheered him and told him It Involves the
i.t He[ used some of up highest responsibility
mander Jlyrd. drink henceforth of this fruit of about to sink, but Jesus was as- righteous, but sinners to repentance ' on both sides. Whllest- the \Mi,,
to start his book. This book was will reward the
examples of greatest
these and others as leep in the boat. "Hla disciplescame be
the vine, until the day when I I tiers are to congratulated n">
j "The Scarlet Letter. He had at labor and condemn, all who trifle
men who have succeeded In spite drink it new with you In my Father's , to him and awolco him, say :their excellent play the losers mm
l f of 111 health and other difficulties last become one of our greatest kingdom. I ing, Lord, save us: we perish e with its sacred contents. 'also be complimented upon tin..
r'Cc had determination wrliers. After this ho wrote oth- IMtKSltVTKIUA.VServices The Rook, the one Book; the
f because they Prayer: "Break Thou the bread Then he arose, and rebuked the fact that they could loses gam,
C " books and short stories Book of books the Book of God
er some ; ,
"A Grit that Grips.
to win, of life, Dear Lord to winds and the sea; and ,there was without losing their self-respet i
of them pro: "The House of Seven me. Sunday February 16, the Bible--the revelation of God
& great calm. Mark 4:39: says, We are Just as proud'-of the T. ('
: Gables," !Mosses from an Old For February Jfl, UJO; as follows: to man!Selected.,
"Ha arose, and( rebuked the wind, U. girls when they lose graciously'
I Manse" "The Snow Image," and Subject: Jesus Healing and 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, M. .
, LSL there was a great calm. as when they win skillfully.
"Other Twice-Told Tales," "The Helping.! / i Trilby, supt. J>HKU'IIIXO AT THKHKHMA:
From the many favorable com- You will notice that Jesus rave .
Great Stone Face," "The Artistof Golden Text: "Himself took our 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon -
ments of our'audlence of last Friday two commands, one to the wind tc
that the the Beautiful." "The Gentle nfirmatles, and bare our sickness by the pastor. Next Sunday at 11 a. m. by ,V.J Clewlston Local factory ot
night we gathered cease blowing, and oneto tho seato
pi L stunt night of 1930 must have Boy," "Lady Eleanore's Mantle", ." Matt. 8.17. be still. In disputing this miracle 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor, J 13. Daugherty. All -invited, : to' at- Southern Sugar company officially -
the excellentones and others. Lesson Text: Matt. 9:1-13: ; But I topic, "Lesson from St. Johns First tend. started Its 1930 Branding sea
been superior to even learned persons" ralgl.t( ,
A4t There Hawthorne while on a trip to you should read all of Chapter 8 ijtome Epistle." -. son.
held in previous years. say "the wind merely ceased naturally -
the White Mountains for his and 9.In 7:30 p. m. Evening worship A C'HRISTIAN ''IIl'UCIl
about stunt night- I "
is something a and that was no miracle.
health retired for the night and those two chapters Matthew gospel team from the students Y.
; Informality-the lack of worry -
/ the But that argument could not applyto
t'' lines the readiness the next morning was found dead. tells of then miracles performed by M. C. A.. at the state university Bible school and Communion every -
over' forgetting the calm.
sea becoming at once
be amused lIe was burled underneath the Jesus healing: a leper; the cen- will have charge of this service. Sunday at 10( a. m.
of the audience to When a strong wind blows over
jr1 but it all pines in the Sleepy Hollow ceme- turion's servant; Peter's mother. Text of addresses Ezekiel 2:1-4: C
APB we don't know what, any large body of water the waves
1 1 tery at Concord. In-law; the gadarene demoniacs; "Stand Upon thy feet Son of Man
i makes for a successful evening. rise to varying heights. The wind d
Hawthorne gave the Puritan to the woman who touched the hem and I will Speak to Thee." Speakers .
is to
Hazel Mlddleton director, may suddenly cease, but the waves, I ""ReFUI: PROGRAM
Lrx the well-de literature. He Is a writer of romance of his garment; the daughter of Arnold Dean, O. Anderson
be congratulated for or "swell of the sea" will continue,
>k .("" and his' stories are some- Janus; two blind men; a dumb and David [}. Lowrle.
livered and balanced program, sometimes for hours. This rise and "The Voice of Florida"Gainesville
%I and what symbolic he believed In individuality demoniac; and stilling of the sea Prayer meeting Wednesday at I
1 1tk ,:,which she supervised. Brevity fall of the water In the waves or
,tk, : humor were keynotes of the stunts his style Is easy, exact during a storm; and the healingof "swell", cannot cease immediately, 7:30: p. m.
t allowed flowing and It shows the skill the man sick of the palsy. The A cordial Invitation to all our Feb. 14.-The noon
and not a dull moment was without violating the law of
0 l of a literary artist miracle mostly discussed In today'slesson grav- services extended: to all.HKVKNTII day farm program over WRUF
to creep vltatlon, and !it required miracle
f' a ,
c4Pt ) A writer of 'Imperishable romances i Is that of healing the man state and University broadcasting
I'r \ Nat Sternberg, local entertainer, ,to set aside that law. I
IiI) r 'as master of ceremonies' ran away a sympathetic revealer ,of sick of the palsy, (or paralysis), [1 On crossing the sea they came 1>.\ADVENTIST station for next week will be as When Fire Drives
n t the: soul, a great moralist, a mas- This, disease Is thus described bya follows:
w his share of laughs
with more than to the of the
r DI, \ ,. tor the evening. Ills clever lines ter of style, Hawthorne Is to be Blblcal dictionary; "A disease (Gadarenes) and Jesus Gergeesenes cast the Sunday, February 16th, 1930, Saturday, Feb. 16 FJprlda Out Your.Tenants

and kidding added Just the classed with the greatest mastersof characterized by extreme loss of 2:30: ( p. m at the home of F. J, Farm News and U. S. Farm Snap-
easy evil of the two demon- becomr ,
spirit out
:your property unproductive.
English fiction. His artist hand the power of motion "
dependent on Pattee, Hollbroon Springs road. shots.
J I right touch to put the thing over. iac's, and( permitted the spirts to But If you have Rent Insurance
l V "Wrought in a sad sincerity; some affection either of the motor Topic: Continuation of the discourse Monday, Feb. 17 Influenceof
As for the individual stunts,
to make .
enter the swine. When the loss of Fire Insurance Protection
,y. almost too numerous to Himself from God he could not centers of the brain or of the spinal , on the "Seal of God and the Percent Pullets and Winter your
they were
free."> cord." the swine was reported the citi- more complete. you will be
I Mark of the Beast. Eggs Poultry Profits-Frank W
k}t" I mention in detail; all were clever Chapter 8 of zens, disregarding! the healing of reimbursed -for the Ion of rent.
today's lesson begins Elder Stehphenson of Gaines- Bromley assistant professor of
,: well-received but the three
and ,
the two Jesus The
men, besought "thathe cost b .mall-the
just at the close of the ser ville In charge. Everyone wel farm management, College of Agriculture protectionJsneceuary.
most popular were: the musical TO MV JUU1SH
.1" would depart out of their .
Aj Let tell
about iu
the I us you
1 ... costume revue "American Beauties mon on mount, which we have come. ,
T coasts. You often hear of peopleIn -
{ studied in our last three lessons. The Bible Tuesday, Feb. 18 The Pinesof
1 -
4; ; the burlesque "Fashion Brains, old thing, what's wrong a community practically asking
t cW M'v v: / Show" and the war playlet "What with you? The chapter begins, "When he was Jesus to depart from their' city, I This book contains the mind of Florida= Major W. L. Floyd, HAROLD C. WALL
come down from the mountain, 'God, the state of man, the way of vice-dean, college of agriculture.
\ :' Price Beefsteak You're not working as you us-
county or state, for the sake of
.,ii. The program was as follows: ually do; great multitudes followed him. gain or sport though It violate the salvation, the"doom of sinners and Wednesday, Feb. .19 Care of INSURANCE
4 ,1 After tee healing of the leper, the happiness of believers.Its the Lawn Beautifies the home-
1. Scene from William Tell: NOW'B the time I need you most laws of the community of moral-
ie,. :Mr. Tell, Ben Sternberg. Mr. Tell'seon Sped up old brains, or all is the centurion's servant and Pet. ity and of God. Even today we doctrines are holy, its pre Geo. E. Ritchey, U S. Forage CropOltl'e STARKE, FLORIDA

't 1 Merrill Futch. ''Mr. Gassier, lost. en's wife's mother, Matthew says, cepts are binding, its prophecies and Florida Experiment Sta-
I Chapter 8:16: 17 '"When the have some business men who pre- ,
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ties. 3. Reading, Martha Brownlee. I thick and thin; some illegal or immoral busi ,

," show Billy Graham, Corinelius Gosh, old brains, please don't ,
4. Style ; grace ness. When thus "besought" Jesus -. '

v i' Edwards, James Waln- begin> That you and I should have to will assuredly "depart out of ;; ;;;i .,

f t wright, Ben Sternberg, Gary Over- To fall me on this awful test face; their coasts" And what it true 'J4 "-" .-.

t a aP ar R:ti ((: street and Bob Frlnk. 6. ReadIng Pick up, old brains and do your To this exam I have no clue of the community Is tree of the Individual

.' t Latin by Mary Brownlee. English best. So, brains, It all depends on you. life. r !

: by Hope Haynes. 6. Song Es- If losers, think of the dire dis- -Selected. Our lesson then continues "And '
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Ben Sternberg. Moutho- "

I t' ";. pbone Phonograph: Artist Thelma A41.4 /

Andreu. Answerer. Eva Marcot- r: : :
i (J te. Operator, Lois Colley 9. Heading :9

Dorothy Smith. 10. Ma7ll-:,:.ns: _
Dilly Parker and Frank Inmun 11. .; .:''{ii i !P!:., ;i0:.
; iii'iij!' G! lk !!:!'! n::!,.
; Laughs, by the football team, O-,- f a '!' qn :,)all i;;GFg!!:'[ I99ii1 !; i :UiGi:;!, !!: ; ; .yIZ
.;:aii'r:: !:!, i!!!!!ik'i! ::;! i!!, : ,,
., cbestra. 12. What Price Beefsteak -

.tt '.t ? Phoebe, Grace Wood: LIt. Based li1!! 9,! f@IiEiiaNgi: : ,ji5i;:; iiy! ;

+; tie Nell, Ruth Sternb"rg; Siiusi/ on mileage,

.'1> Oene Matthews; Kraut, Joseph

Yt Thomas; Archlball. Owen Grlilln.ll.VWTHORMJ !
., ill ,.,f't

t j. ATII\SUI.: power and IJieli.llpCROWNP' .

This la one of the many rood
'\\0':' themes written by the American t

class last week. Lois
.1 J?;' Literature
>: Volley! 1 JA the a'lthor'ot this particular -

.;- one: All these added improvements

4 :Nathaniel< .Inwt'n!
r in Salem Massachusetts in eighteen -

t hundred and four. He was
reduced S
yet prices greatly
too sixth';: dependent fom the New

':1 England ancestry and the first in

'if. the family to add "W" to his The new Chevrolet Six: Is enjoying the weather-proof

.\ name. His father was a set: cepu GASOLINEis internal-expanding
t greatest public reception ever given a
four-wheel brakes with front and
tt 3 A *...!> and died of fever at a foreign rear
)' :port. At this time lIa', thorne'. Chevrolet car. For it offers scores of drums tightly enclosed!

t mother was twenty-seven years old new Improvements and refinementsthat

and after the death of his father make it a finer car in every way., -larger full-balloon tires,a new clutch.

} she took her meals in her room the I and a stronger transmission f
always lowest Yet it Jells at greatly reduced prices!
v away from her children. ,
quieter, stronger, more beautiful
t When fourteen Hawthorne! Consider a few of the extra-value
'' of Left' Fisher wlthrlcherupholsterles,
r 'went to live on the shoro
features that Chevrolet has
bago Lake, Maine. Thin Is where price more distinctive colors, and wider,
;( he got his habits of solitude. liethated gasoline rated in this greatest of all Chevroletsa deeper seats!

to meet people for he was smoother, flashier six-cylinder:

i fit,, very shy. This solitude caused him valve-In-head motor, with Its capacity Every factor has been considered that

'rJ, to start reading. Bunyan andShakespeare's that you can buy increased to 50 horsepowera would add to the safety, comfort and

k .'' works were his favorites. convenience of the Chevrolet owner.
,. -
-.., Hawthorne at the age of seventeen stronger, more durable rearaxle, Come In today. See this greatest of all
with Increased ratio! .
fly ti went to Bowdoln College, gear Chevrolets! Check over its new features. .

J Maine, there he met Longfellow, -four Lovejoy hydraulic shock Drive it. You'll find quality you never
;; Franklin Pierce and Horatio
WI I It.:* :Bridge, who published a volume STANDARD OILCOMPANYINCOa absorbers- assuring a smooth, even, thought possible-at such greatly

called! "Personal Reminiscences of comfortable ride over any road! reduced prices!

? ) Nathaniel Hawthorne." These IN MtNTUCKVT

.Y, friends changed the course of The Roadster _______ $495 The Coupe =-________ $565 The Sedan Delivery __, $595 I

"I- "Hawthorne's" life 'l'::!:J were the The Phaeton ________ $495 The Sport Coupe ___..., $655 Light Delivery Chassis $36;)

w ,;, 11.111. of him being an author' 11.2 Ton Chassis ___ $520
I Ii ; After leaving college Hawthorne The Sport Roadster __ $55 The Club Sedan _____ $625
1 1-2 Ton Chassis with
i .. pent twelve years In seclusion at .. '

ir to 'j Salem. Ha lived a recluse, often The Coach __________ $565 'The Sedan __________ $675 Cab_ _ ____--- $625

i postponing his walks until after .
I+t : dark. He was busy serving author. his aprentlceshlp -....1 r----------------- ,1fMIr ,.*.../.cMry."'.,,VickfeM I

Ij I as an Suod.uvl Oil Tearing Servkw 426 W.Bloom SL,LM i n11Je.Kv. r

.J.... The Peabody's of Salem nTited Let us route your i Weald u*.you 10 ... Hawthorne to their hom... there he I .

\er net became Miss Sophie his wife.Peabr.. j y. who jat- Motor Trip. and frM". I Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Co.

He was fired. nlth ambition to send yon maps .I' I
make enoug".. money to enable him ..Idcla" to b*furnlhd fn ofcHargf,

to marry He found 'one position free of charge I Nan I: Starke FloridaA

and ttorkvd untll'Tie." -was"put out ,
of omee. lIe then Invested the Addre '

u. little money he had saved, In the I

Ir Brook Farm thinking that this cz _ _ _ _ _ _' _ --J: SIX' IN THE PRICE RANGE
: ? \\IT!,>"L.would. prove.a home to witch be

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.go.---- --- --. anatomy, the practice of medicine obtained by no other firm or Individual Pint Passes fly" This Is a comedy t the acts a string trio
Aread'a' Accidental dis- was killed. Alamado and Pardo be interested In the Important an- 'hanlfE\s-the old is discarded for In the \v01'1<1. of Knglinh; society life full of I will\ furnish music appropriate to
aharge of a gun in the hands of a admitted stealing! an automobMe'! nouncement that this new and the new. This new scientific treatment clever lines and amusing situations I tile spirit and theme of the play.
playmate cost the Ufa of Randolph In Tampa. last night, but denied scientific formula can now be ob- As a result of thin Varkei', 12, yesterday, He was .nowledge of the robbery and kill- tained In this city.Manufacturers medicine research, Science has knowledge on modern therapy tho audience.Mr. \ perconnl ttupcrvlalon and direction ', t
playing with a group of boys Ing. They are about 20 years old of this revolutionary learned that good health is largely. has boon acclaimed\ by druggists . Mime has written many out- of Dr.. living C. Stover.
when the accident occurred, and and fit''a description broadcast by : medicine have followed out governed and maintained by three! throughout America as a triumphIn MtandlnK plays: among; them all"Mr Those not holding: ; season tickets
received the full charge In the Tampa police. They will be held the policy of selecting outstanding vital orgainland fluids of the body., the field( of pharmaceutical. . Plm Parses My" rates as one will be admitted for the very
hest. He died shortly afterward. pending the arrival of officers from firms as exclusive agents In every What Is more Important wo chemistry of tine: best. The fart that the low admlselan: charge; of seventy-
city where It has been introduced. have learned that these and With tho needs of their
the west coast city. The pair were organs customers comedy enjoyed a long run on five rents
Their life's savings arrested ft High Springs; on a Leading druggists everywhere fluids can often lit) aided and uppermost In their minds nro.ld way and has since been presented - e---
Jacksonville\ -- horse gambling charge of suspicion! ot having stol hr.vo acclaimed it ns n triumph In strengthened bv' certain bosh:! elements leading druggists everywhere' have before thousands of people, First telephone line across Florida -
lost In a fake automobile there, but later the field of modern chemistry and been eager to bo among tho first to to the enormous popularity l Kvergladen: ; built. nt coat ofUO.OOO
en an
and IlIth'I't"
scheme, John Mortensen, 60. from the out have been eager to bo among the Having knowledge' of thom Important supply it to their trade. plot and characters. $ from Miami to Lee coun-
escaped jail by prying
of Boston !
Ills nephew, Carl Toaske. I first to It to their trade. dtflcovorlcn. of Ameri' The In Green lu
supply one exclusive agency for Sar- the Kooin 1'11I"l'r8')1'0\ ty line now use
of the edge of the window.
Mass.,. were enroute home today II __ t i
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The New Englauders came '
here to upend a winter of rest.! NeWberry _.- Another very successful i' !
They were fleeced of $6,000 by al hog sale was held this ,
confidence man who promised'to week by the Florida State Mar- e
return them $U,000.( I keting Bureau In'co-operatlon with
I ounty Agent Fred L. Craft. Eight
Bartow-'>John Thompson, grove;I farmers brought to the sale 83 ,
laborer, found a bundle lying In a., head with a total weight of 15- ""
ditch beside the highway: aa.he 1 220 pounds The car Bold at 8.33
went to his morning's; work, anti basis and brought a total of $I.- n MwioIis
upon Investigation discovered that' 107.73, which brings the total cooperative D
In tho bundle was a threedaysold hog sales here to three I OW @RD
baby, which had been abandoned cars during January with a net return -
on the road lde. The authorities to ,farmers of $3,202.20 for
expreswsd their belief that that one month. A light poultry I ,u
the baby, a girl, was left by persons sale was held at the same time.
coming from Lake Wales Due to limited notice only All
pounds was brought In but the offerings '!
:Melbourne Posses tonight; found a ready market 'UTCST ,

were seeking Aaron Thomas, negro : .
for the slaying early today of Tallahassee The Interstate f .
John Closey, and the serious Commerce 'Conunisiloii: Is being
wounding of Patrolman John advised by an examiner to dismlsahe i'I
Sikes. The two were shot shortly ( application ot the Atlantis 1
after midnight when Slices soughtto Coast Line Knilron-1 for pevinlssloii -
arrest Thomas, who was Intimi- to abandon its line: from Mon-
dating occupants of a cafe In the Uccllo to' Yustee. Fla., the Florida OF DISTRIBUTION ;
negro section with a meat cleaver. Railroad COI,:lI1ll1.lon88, advised ;
The negro grabbed the om- i toddy. Ths! examiner! n..I11 .
rer's gun and killed Closey, a I It. Moister, wh conducted a h<%ur- . ., 'l
friend of Sikes who was makingthe lug here norm.Mm" ago is recommending ;
' rounds with the policeman. that the Interestata co.n-. ,
Sikes was shot in the .left side. r.iiHtlon shout dismiss! t tho case on ;1'
'Ve ground that It has no power t tissue .
Jacksonville = Four thousand a vertlri'Mle permitting the
dollars In cash, a legacy which abandonment of a railroad which
Mrs. Arthur Smith had worn closeto lias already been ahandonod, and J
her body in a money belt for that the only alternative would LOllelofiits ill! lIucg stice yor" lit least
three years was in the possession : be to leave the parties concerned 1
of robbers' today. Four unmaskedmen to remedies as provide'! by law, U
robbed the Smith apartmentin was stated.

of a the fashionable city last residential last night section strip- Melbourne nettle Ruth Tan- $50 to 675 m cJdtliti( to ti& 1I1BI.. y It

ped Mrs. Smith's clothes from her lie, ago 4 years, wa t killed instantly .. .
.body, removed the money belt, when she was .struck by a ,
took a $200 diamond pin from passenger bus-at 1:30 o'clock yes- 0 '
Mr. Smith and silverware valued .terday afternoon, in front of the . ,{ Si6-VDOigS! iol llJJlJtJJo"effllctiJ1lf \. f
at several hundred dollars-vnd escaped. postofflce at Micco. She was the .. / '! Ift
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Fi. Tanner of that place. Mrs. Tan 1, ,
Ft. Lauderdale The Hollywood ner had driven to the postoftlce
Beach hotel property was with the \little glra\ was her t ,
Bold today to the Mercantile In- daily: custom, and the child had
vestment and Holding company for crossed the highway from where
$53(1OQO( at a special master's sale the car was parked to get the mall.
here. The sale was ordered t. The mall had not been distributed *
held against BO sbo started back acrothe 'i
satisfy the property a mortgage by the Investment highway to* the car. A bus was TWENTY-SEVEN years ago time Ford Motor Company broil fair to both the denier and the public. Within time

company. The hotel, with 750 coming; from each direction as she reliable economical :1"
three still
provide traimportation past!' month, it hat been possible to effect
rooms, Vas constructed in 1925 started across the street and a .
and 1920 by Joseph W. Young warning cry from her mother for all the people. That original purpose further economics. Today, the discount or commission I
founder and developer of Holly- caused her to turn back towardsthe
wood, at a coat ot $2,500,000 and sidewalk. She avoided the lies never changed.: The cousiniitc-fTort in ivcryacllvilyia : of the Ford: dealer ;5s the lowest' of any automobile '.'

In of the largest of Its kind in the first one machine from, the but opposite'was struck'direction by to find ways to give you greater and greater vcluo: dealer. Tho difference, ranging from 25% to nearly ; '

the driver of which ditchedhis without ,. lowered This off the for the
extra cost-frequciuly al cost. 500/0/ comes right prices you pay car.
bus in effort to miss the
Miami Welton A. Snow, city an .
manager of Miami was discharged child. She was. Instantly killed. npplics to distribution l and similar important factors, \ !. .

today, under authority granted the'city's to / -'- us well an manufacture. 1 HE business of the Ford dealer is good because!! ho '
the city commission by TRAIN SC1/44DULE;
charter, after ho had withdrawn : For the Ford :Motor Company believes that its full makes a small (profit ou u large. number of sales instead
the written resignation that he .
made yesterday at request of the Our 12:01:new a.schedule m. Sunday goes Dee Into 15th effect duly is not only to uiako, a good automobile at the of a large profit ou fewer !!ulf!'!i. He knows, too, that 1

governing body. Frank A. Wharton and trains", will! run as follows.No. time dollar for dolllr value of the maker
extra : car
city manager from 1921 to 1, southbound local, due lowest possible price, but to see I hint llicro is no waste, : "

1927, was named to succeed of Snow the Starke, 10:14: p. m.. extravagance, or unJuo profit ii any transaction from it easier to well mid more certain to g;ve satisfactory ;
shortly after announcement
No. 11, southbound local, due '
latter's discharge '.was made pub- Starke, 11>13 a. m. the lime tile car leaves the factory until it is deliveredto ticn ice after purchase. :

cial lic. 'meeting Action was ot taken the commission at a spe- No.3 due, Starke southbound, 0:39: limited a. m. MIami \-I your home. It id obvious that luu-]-",'ol1 ea\"in?; in Consider also that the Ford car i* delivered to the '

this afternoon.__' I No. 107, southbound limited, production will be of little value, if they are sacrificed purchaser equipped with 11 Triplex shatterproof Slams I
Tampa and St. Petersburg, due '
IeyVest: George de la Starke 1':09 p. m. later through excessive belling:; costs. wiutlrihield, uu extra' fetccl-spoko wheel, and' bright, \
Rouchcfoucald Plummer, prac-I No. 2, northbound local due
ticing physician and former major Starke, 4:50 a. m. enduring Hu..lle.*!*' Steel for many exterior metal

to In the have Army discovered medical that corps lime, cla.lmsl Is a, No. 12, northbound, local' due EVERY purchaser of a motor car has the right to know parts!, iii addition, to four Houdaille double-acting .
Starke, 3:55 m.
substitute for whiskey for medicinal that- No 4, :northbound p. limited, due ']tow much of he Jays !h for the car itself livMraulic shock absorbers! and fully enclosed four tot; ,

granular purposes.calcium lie Is superior says to Starke No. 108 7:12., 'northbound p. m. limited, and how much is taken! u;) by dealer charges. If these! wheel brakes. w :

monia spirits In and cases pleurisy.of influenza The ,discov-pneu- due No.Starke 192, 5:45 northbound p. m. limited charges are too high, one of twp things must happen. If for any reason you wish! J to buy certain small)

searching ery, he says for, was a specific by accident to prevent while Washington and Beyond 6; 14 a. Either tIle price of the car must!!! be rained or the accessories, you will find that these, too, are sold at :if ;'

excessive secretion in the lungs. m. Starke & WanneeNo. quality lowered. There it no oilIer way. The money the usual Ford low prices. Replacement parts arc also

Calcium aids the phyalcal-welfare 101, leaves Starke 7:00: a. must come from somewhere.In available at low through Ford dealers in .
under circumstances In which spirits m., No. 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. every ,{. :
would be harmful, he declares. m. dally except Sundays.T. the case of.the Ford, the low charges for distribution . section of the country. :'
.. k
J. Griffin, Agent.
Arran-A lighted match >> selling, financing and accessories mean a direct

old fatal empty to Oscar gasoline Beasley drum, 11-year-proved Northbound-8:59 Blno Bus: Line a. m.. 1:58: saving of at least $SO to $7' :i to every purchaser in THESE are important points to remember in considering f

old foreman son of here T. W for Beasley a railroad, section who p. m., 4:30 p.m., 8:28: p. ro., 5:10 addition to the still greater savings made possible by the purcliase of a motor car. They show why it Il. I
a. m. .<
died last night In a hospital at Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11:37: economies in manufacturing. Font charges are not is possible. to put so much extra quality into the new .
Tallahassee. The boy was playingIn aa. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11:50: .
the back lot at his borne and m. marked up or Increased to cover a high trade-in Ford and still maintain the low price. They are
his gallon curiosity tank contained to find what resulted the fifty In I I -. I allowance on a used car. also the reasons why more than 35% of all cars II .'' "c J'.,1

a terrific explosion, that ripped I. Manatee county, winner of the The profit margin on the Ford car has always sold today arc Model A Ford ,
the tank open and tore a gash In highest county award In vegetables ,
his head. The boy was rushed to on. Friday, was awarded first prizeIn p ;- 1'...
Tallahassee, -where he died from citrus at the South Florida Fair, .... ..
concussion of the brain after an the roost coveted premium of the 'i.'
unsuccessful. big exhibit. Lake county, which
operation proved ,
1 '
father said the tank had not been took second prize for vegetable ? rt
ia usa In three years and rain had yesterday was second In citrus. ",, f<. ',11"' ,., ,:
filled It one-third full ot water I Polk county won third place for ""
citrus. In the citrus contest Mana- t;
Lake City Joe Lamado and' tee won by a score of 945 out of a .e
Manael Pardo, of Tampa, were arrested possible 1000; Lake 926, and '
here today for questioning Polk 906. The prize awards car .:.'
In ;-onnectlon with a holdup at ried f 500 for first, 1400 for second ,
Tampa last night In which a man and $300 for third.. t i", fit.,

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__.i.i'iY a ,'f ..........m..N.4....1. Mr.. Cyril Manire of Hampton
( here Sunday. .. , .
I I visited friends ? ,r v wt 1 1lllll

: Keystone Heights J: Mr. Arthur Milliken of Hampton j ._.. .._..
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1 ,it I Jflci&t MI.. Melon Odes Cor.Mr .. spent the week-end bere. Nhhmlvtnnlinrol itir ,w r .wr-

", .....N........+....N.. Miss Hilda Sullivan spent Sat- i 19x83o

j and Mrs. John Walters and urday nght! with Miss Alma Lee. _
Mrs. Ruby Gaines spent the
: HRIIMJK: guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson week-end with her father Mr. O. i93oc.5

[DJr' CM'll MKI3TS: Mrs Johnston and Mine Johnston M Bennett and family. t

of Youngstown Ohio, have returned Wa are sorry to know that Mr. -
I, Golden nlow, liitermlnsled with i 18 ill at this .
from a trip to Maml! and other James Phillips quite
4ac fern In baskets and vases were points south writing. W& hope he will be bet -'

fo : r rI rI pleasingly arranged In the home Mi1. D. R. Pnngborn returned ter soon. I.

n of Mrs. J. C. Robinson Friday afternoon Sunday from a weok's visit with Mrs. J. S. Jones of Miami who

when she entertaned!' friends In Tampa. has been In Jacksonville Is visitIng : ---

members of the afternoon. bridge Lawenco K. Walrath spent the relatives here. = '7
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week-end 'with his parents .at the We are glad to report that Mrs. .----==---- - .
I, ih several progressions: of Inn. T. B. Trlest who baa been very III -

a' to tho game were enjoyed score Mis Elizabeth Caughey has returned Is improving: nicely. T .

aro t t were compared and prizes award from a visit with rcla Mrs. D. W Moore was visiting .+lStgn
a21e ed Mrs. It. C. Wall and Mrs A. lives In St. Petersburg.Mr her sister In Hampton Sunday. / .. ilexT -!

ro T Z. Adkins, as'holders of high and i nnd Mrs. Edward Lawrence Everyone Is Invited to attend w q:...,.A...;1 '.._

rn second score for the afternoon of Moadvllle Pa, aro guests of services at the Christian church I am 3 4
The hoateua assisted by Vera Mr\ and Mrs. E. A. Smith. Sunday at 11 a. m. Remember

h s Claire Robinson served the fol. Mr. and Mrs. James Hevlere, Christian Union Sunday night.

lowIng gueiits with an Ire course: who have been In the Stanley :
,, Mrs. H. C Wall, Mrs A Z. Ad ;
: 4 4r king Mrs. B. L. DIggs Mrs. J. W apartments for Lake City for Saturday several weeks, left :......................: .

Andrews Jr., Mrs. D. A Montleth Tho "Poverty Party" given for : LAWTEY{ : '. 1It
Mrs. II. K. Demorest. Mrs. L. Wy- "'neflt of the Woman's Club at #

4 man, Mr '. O It. Haynes Mrs. N he Inn Wednesday night was a dMded A.................Ne...: \ .;'I: ," ';

Stemberg. Mrs! W. M. Walnwrlghe. success both financially nVoclally. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Grime left "\ .' i \",

Mrs. O L. fieasley and I ", Various types of povertywore
C Thursday morning for a delightful ;
Miss Mabel Weller. Illustrated; by the reading of motor trip to Mountain Lake
Cc -- Barefoot Boy",. by Mrs. Ella where they visited the famous Bok One Hundred Years of Service --

('IIt'I.JNO.: ] :3. IH. IMPTIST Bird Frank Walrath Jr., taking Tower, from there they went to ..',. ;
W. M. I*. MEETSMembers : 'he of the .
Lae part boy; Whitcomb Rl- Ft. Meade, Leesburg Sarasota and .

E ley's "Haggedy Man," read by : Orlando, returning home Saturday I .
of tho Baptist WiUn- Donna Kerr and Impersonated by afternoon. February 10, 1830 a little''' company of Today what was formerly the Petersburg

en's Missionary Union met at the Mrs. James:: Houser as "Llzabuth Mrs. Francis Wiggins of Jacksonville ON ssive people in Petersburg. Virginia, Railroad is. an essential part of a system com I
biome of Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., Mon- Ann" and W. H. Ogden as the
spent the week-end with obtained from the General Assembly of Virginiaa pricing 153 miles of railroad in Southeast Virginia .
al t f1day l afternoon. "Raggedy, Man"; Mrs. C. H. Clarkas her mother Mrs. Lowery last
A S i o I ;. M rs. L. O. Powell leader of the old lady In Will Carl ton's week. charter for the construction of a railroad from the Eastern Carolinas, Georgia, Florida

(.: Circle No.2, led the devotional. "Over the Hills to the Poorhouse", M.'. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brownof Petersburg "to some convenient point on the and Southeast Alabama. .
,followed by a short business session. was a pathetic Eight; Helen Ogdenas "
Tampa were visiting his par- North Carolina line. I
( ,Over the heavy steel rails that long ago replaced -
r'i4 a Bowery Girl gave an original I
ents Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown '
When It reached from
I: : Plan for a silver tea were dl poem. After the grand march here last week.Mesdames completed Petersburg the strap-iron track of the Petersburg, !'
I ..
M1'.> cussed! ,which Is to be given soon. prizes for tho most poverty strIcken R. R. Thede and E. E. ,,to, Blakely V., one and a half miles below the Railroad, there moves a vast and varied traffic.

Plans were also discussed for appearanco were awarded Mrs.C. BurneyJ spend Tuesday; in Mel- falls of the Roanoke River, a total distance of
new linens for the church. Collec- H. Clark and Mr. Win. Pierce.On McLeod.ArwoalWhitehead From North to South-from South to North
LkA rose with Mrs J. J. "39 miles.
,tion for> this meeting was 63c. Thursday evening;' In the au- -the great trains thunder past: Luxurious mile
Not much of railroad modern standards I Il
Those present were: Mrs. A. M. ) a by
Itorlum of tho Camp-of-the-Palms Mr. and Mrs H. B. Arwood of a-minute passenger trains each costing as muchas
Darby 1Urs. H. L,, Rrownlee: Mrs. i But an undertaking of some magnitude for those
Wr. engagement
George TlbbUts the .
gave a very LawttY, announce the entire 'original cost of the PetersburgRoad.
"L O. J. Griffin Mrs Mrs. "
!i arresting and entertaining talk.Is and approaching marriage of their : times; and one that,its advocates foresaw. would
tlr "' Wlthrow, Mrs. W A.Vector,_Mrs. S Swift freight trains, laden with valuable1' >
subject being "Over Holy Land daughter\ Elna Arwood to Cecil R, [revolutionize industry and commerce ,
f Mrs.
Alma Shaw. Eugene Carter
G traits' In the Manof Whitehead. The wedding will be ," cargoes.
: Mrs. L. Q. Powell and Mrs. A. L. Footstep of the 'I 'tIi y were empire builders those pioneers of "
; c 8 1.! Kahr, Jr. Gallic" Beautifully illustrated an event of March. ,cue. Petersburg Railroad who had unboundedfaith 'Every train essential to the commerce of the !", ;
E ?t, 1, ._ known_by 125 artiste slides\ : colored by well- The Lawtey Boy Scouts was organized in the future of the South and in the success nation. Every train a tribute to the vision of the '
r The Gospel service at the campon ; last Monday night. The '_ ''of the new enterprise. But as great as was their founders and of the men who followed after. _
I? pIU t' !i ST4;: The Woman's Club ot Starke Sunday afternoon was well at- boys were under T N. Llmbaugh, ; .4d1.iik''they. : :' '' could hardly have envisaged the The Atlantic Coast Line of today has been a !
Jr[ ., last year so they were not new
II held its regular meeting Wednesday tended. Mr. Tibbitts' subject was changes that in the It looks the future
ill t Whore to their work. Mr. R.' V, Starr is r : were to come. century making. to
Do You LIvo? and his
in the club
Feb. 12
afternoon. Scoutmaster. David Moore, assis- j.' a local,enterprise to increase trade with the same confidence as did that Presidentof
::\ );1ou e.j was Inspiring.! : Tho subject "
h" After the business meeting, Mrs. for next Sunday Feb 16, will be tant, Cecil Whitehead assistant c'' the Petersburg Railroad became in a few years a the Petersburg Railroad who wrote: "of the
Beck and Lawrence DInkIns
: /o) A. Z. Adklns chairman of music "The Book and It's Hero." Tom .l link in the "great mail" route between North final success of such a line no one can doubt
j patrol> leaders. Most of the boys .
i' : had charge of a very delightful Tho bridge party at the Inn have already passed their tenderfoot I' and South and with more than one hundred who is the least acquainted with the immense ,
Monday[ evening for the benefit of .
:: MIss Peace of
Virginia :
t"ti' program. I' theVoman's Club I test and some have passed I other roads, was later welded into the Atlantic intercourse of the country and with the great
Jacksonville accompanied by! Mr.I was a very enjoyable ,
1 their second class test Mr. Starr Coast Line Railroad value of time in its business."
I Brett, 'alco of Jacksonville, gave affair ,and was well attended. on conducting
if.1 ] gave a very Interesting talk
the following solos
;;t; One Fine Day, from Madame 1 Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Lawrence Scouting and at 8:30: p. mthe. uasus ,._ I
Scouts dismissed and 'playeda
E41E 'ft, Butterfly (Puccini.) i pent tho weok-end In Orlando were
game capture y
I i,* A Spirit Flower (Campbell TJp- I guests. of' friends.Mv. .
ti. ton. \ onj Mrs. Henderson and -

i itit 1; The Russian Nightingale, .Ala- children< Mrs. Johnston and Miss ..N.N.N..N..NN..N.
'!it:, bletf. Johnston who have been the f HAMPTON The Standard Railroad of the South i

Only a Hose, from the Vagabond guest cf Mr and Mrs. John Walters : ..; i ''tonoai
left Tuesday for their home MlM Ada Nlm..... Cor. ... :
'I King. '. ,,- .. *<* ..o> : < \
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MUs Hazel Mlddleton, In her In Youngstown, Ohio. :....................... I -- -
;45 usual charming manner gave the r. (This is the firft of a series advertisements by tie Atlantic Coast J&ne Railroad commemorating the
1 A. N. Wilson of Alachua was the
,1 % ;,'I reading.. Who Dealt7Refreshments ........................ guest of his aunt Mrs. W. B. Alex- rylJJ centennial of its ear lie ft constituent company the Petersburg Railroad Company .
q qr : were served by ander this week. r ''V'1IJJI1,"", _'U 'U''uou....,,,_..._ .. .. / '

.". the hostesses Mrs. 0., L. Beasley : NEW{ RIVER : Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson ....... .
Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. J. A. Miss Essie .
,, Sapp, Cor. "" - -
I' Saul Mrs. R. F. Demore t. Mrs. have a new daughter, who arrived" and they were told the 120th: that practically follows accept ,Two Model T Ford Trucks In
ft ....+.+*.*...N.....N.. February the 10th. exchange and to give net price In Best Purgative for.STEAMPRESSINGCOJUPANY
(II J. M. Alvarez. Mrs. H. H. Young, Mrs. Mary Geiger spent the they Immediately i Inquired. if that the boundary line between Cali- Inn bid with allowance of-the .trade-

"' t Mrs. W, L. Wall during the social Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his reg- week-end at 'Waldo the guest of was; Sun time, or railroad time. fornia and New Mexico, passing The board reserves the right to

hour.0 ula appointment at the New River her slater Mrs. Katie Sparkman.Rev. When! Standard Time was estab through, frresno, California it Is reject any or all S. ,\rATTH WS,

r'\\0 Baptist church Sunday morning Norris pastor of the' First )licked the trainmgq.jnd other emloyees three, hours slower than Eastern Chairman Board of flood Trustees,
);''f 1 ASSOCIATION W. )f. U. The Corinth B. Y. P. Y., rendered maflnoua ATTKST-
Baptist church of Hampton took a pleasure Time and Is known as Pacific C. A. FlITCH,
a very interesting program at preached> two excellent sermons In Informing ther' questioners: Time. People Very frequently Secretary 2-7-5t-3-7 t3
r,: On February 20th at the Baptist New River Baptist church Sunday here last Sunday "There is- only*, on* )kind of timeIn mako the mistake of thinking that HNy

.I church In Starke there, will bean evenIng. Quite a large crowd at- Mrs. E. Red of Gainesville was the United Siut* >. and that is San' Francisco time is four hours

;a executive meeting }of the Newt ended and all enjoyed the pro- I tho' guest of her sister, Mrs. O. the, time we are;. us In.oqer tlng slower than New York time because 666 Tablets
River,Association*.!.VA M.\ ;; U.: All gram. I nvy, CL
Haynes this week.' our trains. it Is in the fourth,zone,, they vu
; members! of' the executive board Misses Ola Mae and Lubedla C. A, Dirt and family accom There was'"an- element l of dissatisfaction forget that Eastern Time: Is zero llvllvtrH s llrnilache or NrnrnlKla In Relieves
M have been notified to be present at Alvarez of Wateroak attended the IIf) mi....... rhrcka s Cold the Hrlay < '
l : panled by Miss Cox'' v'sited Mr however in the tact for the United States
't''. '9:30: a. m. B. Y. P. U. evening San'Francisco and rhi-y> Malaria In thrrrdnya. the congestion, reduces complication
Sunday !is about
: program flirts father W. P. Blrt of Ala- that Great Brltain, Bo1 llIl1hn. Holland really .
'n Then at lOilS; a. m. all women here. chua county.Mrs and France were In
:of the association 'are Invited to be Mr. E. A. Sapp and Mr. O. W. 0. W. Shaw of Ocala is the standard WhIr a 'Austria! the':. 120th meridian so that the Liquid
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t;> presont to hear :"The Why and Sapp' were business visitors In guest of her mother Mrs. H. F, Denmark Italy, Sir !I.. and SwItz- time according to tho sun wouldbo -
r y ,; How of W, M. U2' taught. I Starke Friday. Chesser this week, erland had another' standard' and ( about three hours and ten minutes

.''ii f ,, It Is requested that each one I Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Johns Messrs. Mrs. I. W Wesley who has been British South .Atrlaa.,.. Bul urla, slower than New York time.If Suits Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped

;:t 1: bring a small lunch so that no one Andrew and Hassle Rhoden, J. E. the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. Egypt. Roumania Australia/ Jap- one has an accurate map with a J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52

will be so busy cooking that they Crews Mr. Martin Sutler of the A. McDonald has returned to her an and New Zealand\ hai: Htlll another scale of miles attached they can by -- .-- - --q- . .----- ----
titj't It cannot be present for the study. State Farm and Miss Essie Sapp home at Waldo. standard. In 1884 an International careful measurements get the approximate '-- - - -. ___ - _"_ ... .AI ._._........;.

We'are looking forward to a all attended the Stunt Night program Miss Erma Johns of Atlanta )Js Meridian' CtmgresJ' Vas sun time.In any'place t tt

:;if i, great day and Invite all Baptist. at the high school in Starke here thIs week the guest of hr ; held In Washington to establisha that Interests them remembering tt t

,,1; women to be with us. Friday night. father, Bolen Johns: > Prime Meridian for general use that ono degreo is 69 1-6 miles

"/*.1 Mrs. O'Kelley and Mrs. Inglla Mr. and Mrs. S. L, Crews and Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville, will bi ,'all of the nations Interested. and it takes the sun four minutesto
from Jacksonville will be with .
UI.t' Mrs. Crews' mother Mrs. P. A. preach at the Christian church This Congress/ Decided that,b.K meridian travel across It. This! Informa-
Mrs. Geo. C. White
;,. WillIams) were visiting Mr. and next Sunday morning and evening.J. passing through; )Greenwich tion may be of interest!: to you as
Associations! President Mrs. Clyde Crews in Starke Sun- 'v. Nlmmo was transacting (Gran-jjwhere) the Royal Obser- it has been to me.

cC HT. MARKH AUXILIARY TO day afternoon. business in Starke this week.J. vatory was located, would' betaken H. Hv Young
N Mr. D. W Kelly was visiting in H. has moved his the .
s MEET: : Hayes port as ,the Prime, \ ldliand
S!6; Starke Friday. able saw mill that he has been op- meridian linen "on either side of it Wakulla Fire tower to be

'"' Mr. 0. C. Crews was transactng erating just east of town for sefafyeard : l ", ejected on local forest, protective
The regular program meeting of Merlidian \ meet." oft t /
business in Starke Thursday.- and4wheaq they u ; :
to between
f/, tho St. Mark's Auxiliary will be a point at t. t
r, ';. held Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 18, Starke and Lawtey that the timber I the 180th Mertdiali d day wbuld

( r ,' at the Woman's Club. .... .......o........... used may be reached easier.8T4NDARD be lost or gained'ac rdlug to the -SOTICB-TO BIDIIERS I

}t.. A feature of the program direction one ,was ,rs, elUnr. In The board of bond trustees of I

t': which was arranged by Mrs, O. A. : THERESSA ordo to simplify. tho change of Bradford county. Fla., will r..celveaealed I

;ft, Patch chairman of the education Miss Rhoda ZelKler, Cor. TIME time In different localities the"clr- rotary bide till I at 1000 the o'clock office of A.the M,."on 0- I

,,', committee will be an address by : : (By H. H, ,Young) cumference ,o-f. theseartb. was divIded the Fourth lay of March, A. D.. 30,
'. .N.NN.New......... Into twenty-four zones of and at that time publicly open same
Mrs. Thornton Strlngfollow; of for the purchase of:
y/ Gainesville, on the Passion Play at Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. ZelKler: Mr fifteen degrees each,,this:was doneIn Two One and One-half Ton Truck
I_. Standard Time order to avoid the confusion of Same to be equipped with Cabs, 1 I
Oberammergau. A musical pro- C. Zeigler and Mrs. Zelgler's was adopted in' yard dump bodies and heavy duty. The Merchant of
q !y grAmwIll also be presented. mother, Mrs. McArthur of Gainesville the United States and Canada, In a change of minutes and seconds. tire on rear.
7, rr l '94;' Mrs: J. M. Alvarei hostess for were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1883 previous to that time there The 75th'meridian U tho first-one It !I. understood that bidders will t

4 4 the afternoon, has extendod an invitation J. J. Zeigler Sunday. afternoon. were so many. kinds of time In named In America, 1 ,passes within - -
1 Mi\ these two countries that ft degree of New York City: J
+ to other church organizations. and Mrs. Chas. Forsythwere one one
{" I i .' attending to business In made a days journey by rail one and makes NeW?'Tttrlc' time five Rent Cheap -saw his ships sail forth with misgiving.. I

I r, i Starke Saturday evening.Mrs. might< .easily be led to believe his hours slower tha'Greenwich time
1: A. feature of the Voluila county C. O. Manire returned to watch had been tampered with had w'hett In reality ,\I'. only. four Keep the land improved They might return laden with riches-and

; fair tbls,year. will be the DeLand her home in Hampton Sunday he inquired .the time of day in hours and fifty-six' minutes slower. I

,; Flower. Show which Is given annually night after a visit with her, mothe. many. of the towns. through whichhe These meridian tines are sup- When demand comes they might not. But in modern days risk, is
at this time. The flower Mrs. W. A. Jones. passed. pos-d to run In* the center' of the ,

show Is to be staged the first three Mrs. Ruby McG ruder &spendinga I The railroads had been compelled l-I zone which Is approximately,. 1037- the price ts too high, minimized. The man who intelligently undertakes ''

I i days of the fair, February. 11. IS while In Keystone Heights to adopt some sort of a stand t-5 (miles. wldWiVfltieinn-xfi meridian then we 'all move to

and :J3. The show la sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Butn.,.. Mr. ard In order to operate their trains line used thftJJftth It passes less desirable his own projects is 'the man who

; the :federated Garden Clubs of and Mrs W. T. Wallace and Jelk with safety It wart known as rail through westerjbrfffroois and almost prop

It rl Volusla county and. by the com- Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones road time and every'town of any. squarely. through Memphis erty, so on until you "gets ahead." This Bank is wiIIin -.:eagerto

mercial growers and, is
: from throughout the at ate. on Lake Bedford last Thursday railroad and sun It was a source Eastern! Time and la known as borhood. help the business man of Starke..AN.K .
41 A special building. has been given night. of confusion to the occasional Central Time. 'rh1l'next I 1 meridian t

over to the flower show Tropicbirds Mrs.C. ,R. Manire 'ot HamptonIs taveller and a constant Irritant to << line" used is-t he 06th, and

{, parrakeets, macaws and vieltingh.r" mother" Mrs. "W, A. the trainmen and the men employed -: tuns very close, t; .Denver, Colo (LM.Inman: OF
4 4N other varieties will be placed in Jones. aBWut the passenger stations redo it Is. two hWrV slower than STARKE .

the building during the progress : ,Mr ,Johnson of Keystone hundreds of times every day Eastern.Jlme, and .!* know,as '
i(, of the show' to give a tropical decorative Heights attended to business her. they asked : Starke Pla. AN'
I effect. were at wbat-tim.they Mountal..Tlmek/ ./4<.. HONOR ROLL BANKt
Sunday. could get a train to some certain The next meridian line used is

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.ta held'the-n.' called because ot the death of her The state Democratic executive Kxcelsior l i has been added to the that there Is enough raw material b- I
Florida Fair In that section to last the company
G. K. Vanlandlng- committed has been called to meet list ot made-ln-Orala productsThin
-------- brother-in-law. ,
for years and years.!
xcelslor is made In a pe-
Rltch., Jr., was the In Jacksonville Friday, February
Mrs. J. It ham. .
flalty\ constructed plant, and Is derived -;,
guest of her brother and sister- I., it has been announced W1C from the cores of hardwood Cocoa -- Nearly carload fl hand
Bits ofiDeal It, M, Stan- Mrs, M..,F. Brown were
In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Wells, chairman. The meetingwill and pine that otherwise has been shrimp being shipped out of

ford iii Jacksonville this week. vlsltlnc here -II.IU'tP.: Ijiwtey recently. be for the purpose of taking used aa firewood. Therefore nays here dally through Canaveral

-' Before<- tifeli' marriage, necessary action to provide for the Ocala Manner a plentiful product \ IMer and Fish Company

i4ei? Misses Ethel Grlffln, MaUelle which took place law) Wednesday tho regular party prltnarlod, which has been ('onvl."rtl'lInto a Fort Myers -- Two miniaturegolf

Fore, Blanche Alderman, Min Mrs Brown wasiMIss Florence will be held in June. useful I by-product that finds a links will be established in

Gruber and Eunice Perkins spent lirownell of Tampa. -- ready sale on the market 1C A. thin city

Business and Saturday in Jacksonville. --- the Sat- Wllhelt Is at the head of the manu- KeyVpat Extensive repairs
Concerning Our People, Such a big success was
f act n ring company, and he asserts being made to Mallory dork
and Town. those who have attendedor suma! festival held at Mariannathe
Progress of the County Auto tops cushions and cushion Among
1 covers. M. Levlton. 26t1 will attend the Passion Play In early part ot the winter that I

Jacksonville\ this week\ are Dr. the event la now to be made permanent 11

ur25255Z5ZS252SZSP525L5: 5252Si5Z52525'c5'L2525'u2S15 Mr. aurlo Ray paid a brief visit and !Mrs.\ W. 10. Mlddloton. Misses and all organization had I

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent afternoon. Madge and Hazel MUUleton, Mrs been formed In Marianna to thin village
WJ<.\TJun: itEL'ORTDate to relatives here Sunday Take your horse to the -
Saturday In Jacksonville."The lie was on his way from eddlric: H II. Young, 1111'".. U S. Fernandez effort. Latit: November when the ht
in Atlanta. MUsea iHabel.'and; Alice Fernandez. event was held It ID estimated by !
min. Precip to Emory University i iV
max : Mrs. N. II. Hull. Mr. Wesley the IIIlrllll1ll'lor'lhl1' that over blacksmith, but I'll
9 64 60 ,22 Gossard Line of Beauty, -- --
7 67 49 .42 see the new models at Stump's. The P. T: A, will meet next Stearns, Mrs. 'T\ .1 Alderman, 75.000 people attended.
.'" .. 19th, ut Mrs K.: K. PE'rrYlUall. Mrs. D. C. .
afternoon, the
4:5':; Wednesday'
68 : i
8 Shoe the rest of the family.
three-thirty at the\ school auditor Jones, Mr. and Mrs V.. II. Smith foiir-mastod schooner\ Catherine -
37 The
9 72 Mr. T., T. Long was a business .
Mrs R. F. Clark' Col! and Mrs 1>
the first "
ium. Scott of Mobile,
46 n
10 70 visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mr, John Powell, Miss\
IE. Knight I
70 42 ocoan-goliifc vessel of commerce
11 12 78 46 ;.- Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mlanes Mi', and Mrs. B. B Ileffner of Etta Tlson, Mrs A. II I Trlpp: Martha cull at the port of Fort Pierce is
Powell, \Or, and Mrs.
Mad and Hazel Mlddletou were Cincinnati, Ohio, were the guestsot and Hilly taking aboard a cargo of 600,000teat
go ,
better," Mr. and Mrs. R. }<'. Demorestover Geo. Lowry, Mrs. AKerna ot lumber for shipment to a .
tar Brand Shoes are In Jacksonville Saturday. week-end. Miss\ )Elizabeth\ Kendrick III r. and It would take n blacksmith to get n number" six foot In '
the Cuban port The verniers entranceinto '
p s Store Mr and Mrs :
Mrs J, C. Robinson
Mr Newn Alvarez of Cross City the port Saturday was announced number three shoe, but I line dh'loml\.y..not violence
!\ and Mrs. L.
of. Miami visited his parents, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. O. L. Beaslcy left Thursday It. F Jpmort'Bt.Ir. by the blowing of the city who hail brulntt than bunions once '
D. P. MK4nnon she will visIt Wymaii. Mr. and MrK H C Wall! Some old bird more
where of
hailed throng
for Tampa lire siren and by a
d friends here Wednesday. I>. L. Alvarez, here this_week. her patents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 1\1\ rs.1 1V.. ItnlMilvn, Mrs IreneWills keenly Interested spectators who saUl that money in at the root of all evil. That may be

Col. and Mrs A. S. Crews
and Mrs. Allen Canova of Good Florida Peanut Seed at Durden. crowded the piers. true, but you and I know that aching feet have caused

were'visiting here Sunday I reasonable price. J. P. Klckllter. 1 Mi1 and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Business men .In all parts of citrus more sleepless nights and Paris divorces than\ povertycoming
24-tf. .\St<()(I.\T1: WITHP.TIUn
daughter, Mary, spent the .U'TlfK: }o'iorldlare to have the unified
and : IN I'll in at the door.
seeds, new crop
Jiallty with Col\ and the
DeLand sponsored by
week-end In marketing plans
Mrs. D. P.
T. Long
at White's. 1-31-31. Mrs. T. --
[to name, ) Carpenter and Mrs. II. C. Ritch Mrs. J. E. Futch. 1>r. Pill TomlliiHon Jr.' Now Ii<.. federal board explained to themat That dark cloud you see every morning when you get ': .

JHS May M. Patcheet was In were in Jacksonville Saturday. cnltil In 1.llk..,\\'!>!"'" Fur civic club luncheons during the out of bed Isn't caused by financial worry-It's having to "
I Mi'\ and Mrs. W J. Eppersonwill PrarticoUr next thirty days by Dr. Theodore .'
InonvlUe Sunday. Mi1, and Mrs. J. M. Drownlee have as guests Sunday Mr Matklln now In the state representing put the old shoe next to that baby bunloll'hy be

and Mrs. Halford Epperson and the federal flu r in relief and I'll give you a fit that will
and family! spent Saturday in J. Pitt Tomliiihon. Jr., son bothered Come nee me ,

Jacksonville. children of Jacksonville. I,of Dr. and Mrs. J. I', Tomllnsou I agency. make those monthly bills\ look like Valentines! You furnish .!.;l

NT; A WORD% --. Mi' -and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. of this city, arrived this week from The Florida .Citrus flrowers' tho foot and I'll furnish tho shoes-what could be

Dressmaking alterations and Mary, will spend Eufaula, Ala. >and will be associated Cleaning louse Association has simpler? For ladles and children I have Peter's shoes
plain sewing. Mrs. P. S. Dew, corner and daughter, with his father In the offices
Sunday In Newberry with Mr. and taken off its coat and rolled up its and for the men folks iSncllcott Johnson and W. L. Douglas -
COLUMN Cherry and Jackson. 214tf. In the Realkstnte: Exchange
. Mrs. W. H. Tucker sleeves preparatory to obtainingas standard brands. The cost Is no
building for the pr&Hlco of medicine all ot them good
from restrictions -
much relief as possible
Furnished apart- The members of the Sew and So and surgery "r more than you would have to pay for a cheaper quallty-
RENT citrus
Raleigh and grandson to tho growers
Mrs. R. D.
ent. Call at A. II. Green's club met Tuesday night with Miss Roscoe, of Green Cove Springs' Since his Rredua.tlQ.ii\< from Emory caused by the Mediterranean' fruit and the shoes, ? Ask the man who wears ono.
2-7-3t Eunice Perkins college: at Atlanta, four years
ore I were guests of Mrs. W. E. Middle- fly, its officials declare A statement
__ -ta -* ago,.,Dr. TomltiiHon". Jr., served
has just been Issued by
Johns of ton here, this we A Interne at Grady city \Vo.'Kc-ll: Mr-.
RENT<' First and secondor Mr. and Mrs. Charlie two years as Clearing louse calling on the : \

apartments.; J., Fj ,Klck- ; Baldwin were visiting'Ierp, Wednesday Mrs: N. Sternberg: Mrs. E. L. hoHpltk.1 .In Atlantaj'ifljjHl the pant growers to co-operato the fullest Our >,'-::\ Hull STERNBERG'STIIK 'nil PttttoriiHtoo. \
afternoon."v associated
l-3tf. two y,w.ri} he bas>.h/INI i ia
In the work, .
er. <" Biggs and Misses IlutH Sternbergf extent clean-up ('ar't Ito Mat
latter'a IIOHpltat f"tU
Leila Dea Andrewli and Clara Louise with Dr. Salter,j IQ y-6 which phase of the eradication program TIIK HKM11MJ HTOUK

hB GRAFTING through' Feb- New spring dresses ,at,Stump's.Mr. Peek were in Gainesville Monday at Kufaiila'. :. Alabama where probably will be of paramount ..: i
ary and first week In March. afternoon. he"specialized 111 s I'gery.! t Importance this summer. =-: ,

I straight. O. D. Kersey, Starke. and Mrs. B. B."Beard Jr., Ho In' a Lake Wades boy well "
2-14-21 ot Gainesville, were in. Starke -- and known and popular\ln this c5mmuulty ,t
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Wllsky
Wednesday afternoon. and he hack to the

SALE .- Rhode Island Red ot little several daughter months, here who, moved have spent this home town, thoroughly.eoIJR! equipped M-C SPECIALS Friday and Saturday :
Mrs. L. Li. Thtgpen I
gs, 75c ''for 15. Pure Stock. M.1. and week to Archer, where they will l>e with an educatfort utltl the necessary -
Palatka, were visitors here experlfln'e'to successfully
Irs. Geo. A Gardin r, located for some time.
-T-tt. day. handle a large practice. Ills father a

Mr. and Mrs. W J. Epperson. Is one of the oldest physicians m Pillsbury lle.l-l'la/II
ll SALE Stock and fixtures Mrs. T. M. Richard of Lake Butler Mrs. Geo. Anderson and Mr. and and surgeons In thin communityand
tore and) Filling Station for was a business visitor here Mrs. Dale Van Slckel attended the the nssoclAtlonrof his son In FLOUR24Pounds$1.19

Junt, 15.00 a month. S. Court- Monday. Passion Play In Jacksonville Wednesday handling the practice will be of |

key, Starke, Fla. 2-7-tf. nIght great assistance at !Mils time.
.J G. Boyd was a business visItor : Dr. J. Pitt TomlliiHon, Jr., will

pi SALE Simpson sugar caner to Jacksonville Saturday after- Mo' and Mrs. J, Frank Thoman begin his practice!lucre: with the'

seed, genuine! Porto Rico noon. have as their guest, their niece, best wishes of Ills 'score of friends U-

weet potato Seed. J. M, Truby, Mian Elizabeth Holmes of Merch- who welcome lilTrtfflp }he profosslonar 1

tarke,' FJa' l-17tf Giant Green Pod StrlnglesH Bountiful, Tennessee Valentine -- antvlllo. New Jersey Mis. Holmes circles of )t rir t3r.--Lake r 2Pounds,25c

remain here Indefinitely. WulesNews. '
NTED .....' Washing. Live pear and Ford Hook Bean Seed.J. will .- 1f.'.. ,. .
church, east of F. KIckliter. 1-24-tf. --- l' t
:vergree Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. S. ( ot
After! outlining B; program
o'n place
['tarke. Will Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. K.
cannot be brought Col. and Mrs. E. M. Johns and new road construction for the state SIIow.l'eak-Setfr//
"here clothes and Miss Mabel Wei-
It* Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng were In Jacksonville S. for 1930 to cost M,148,446! ex- '
[>iit.> Mrs. Holder visited the Glen St. Mary Nur
Friday of this week. clii8lv of mandatory projects "and 24 Pounds 98c
series Tuesday. uncompleted items from the 19 9'' FLOUR - -
IR SALE-Just received large -
Miss Lois Denmark of St. Aug- I budget the state road departme
hlpment of bean !'th'. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman,
tomatoes, pep- ustine was a week-end visitor In L. wound up Its quarterly meeting at J
:. Squash Mrs. G. C. White, Mrs. II. Tallahassee Friday afternoon by

I8rs. Drownlee Bros., Starke. 1- Starke. Brownlee and Miss Mary Brown- deciding to meet February 25th In l'U1/ECANE ;

\10-tf. ___________ High Top Shoes for strawberry' lee attended the Florida Heights Chautauqua Tuesday- Jacksonville when the '1130 budget -
at Keystone will be finally adopted Pounds 57c "
and pickers, 98c at Stump's.Mrs. 10
III Bamboo roses
SALE night. .",". SUGAR - - -- f-
l>ther Inspected shrubs ',Gasoline -
D. Brluson of Baldwin,
engine, sheet. iron stove, W. ThoVom8l1's Missionary Society -'

;roan shades, 'cross-cut saw, spent Wednesday here with Mrs.J. of the Methodist church will '{L

{ratting done. A. E. Dunham. .E. Corpenlng. meet next Monday afternoon, at FLORIDATHE I CLEAR-11ROOK

three-thirty, at the church. Business l
Ill SAL Well-equlpped andjcm Miss Betty Chamberlain was hostess and meeting. ,
program .
to the members of her sewing BUTTERPerPound,43c' f
well-paying c basis: IIacreoultry'farm.sood A'TKEHome CREAMERY
strawberry club Tuesday afternoon, Through error'the regular meet- pf Yltaphone : ,

,land new bungalow, \ng of the Parent-Teachers ASHO-
und : \ .
Mrs. J. H.'Ultrh, Mrs.'B. S. Carroll I ,
oultry houses, and garage.ell elation was announced for Feb- J JCOFFEE
/ located and good'markets.. and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman ruary 12th Instead of the 19th in
caner wilt sell cheap. Half-mile spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Full the last Issue. A full attendanceIs Program {Week of Feb! Maxwell TT .1;

rom Hampton on Hampton desired next Wednesday.Mrs. \i

Beach road. 272t"ANO Garden line Seeds.Tomato-J. F.,Klckllter.Melon and 1- 0: J. Grlffln was 'in Jacksonville \ 17,930", I Per Pound \1"

MANUFACTURER -' Has 24-tf. Sunday, where she was. -- .

la tine piano slightly used and Misses Virginia and Betty Peaceof Monday & Tuesday :
will be, i
(partly paid for, Jacksonville, were visiting here Fancy Firm
sold to party willing to complete Miller
Marilyn '
in POTATOESIOPounds,39c
I payments. Send name and ad-
Adklns of Gainesvillewas
J. C. ,
dress for fulllnformaUonCredIt of her sister, Mrs. "SALLY"All
the guest
Manager, 84 Broad street, N.
A. Z. Adkins, Wednesday. Talking-Singing
W."Atlanta, Ga. 21421.HR I II

Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones of Gaines STARKE FLA. _and Daricing Campbell's
SALE Improved ,.Mlsslon-, with ..
Wednesday here '- -- -
ary strawberry'plants Arkan- ville,and spent Mrs. A. M. Darby. I -;- -' r BEANS 3 Cans f for 25c

sas grown nursery stock, best) Mr. Saturday Feb. 15 {Vedn f,4day PORK AND - ,

money can buy. Florida" certi- '32-Inch dress> gingham' 10e" per Castin !I I
fied. Satisfaction "guaranteed. Special 'Behind the Make-up"
Stump's.Judge :
yard at
M Don't buy elsewhere until you with. I II .

write for my prepaid 'Prices. I and Mrs. A..Z. Adklns i 0 4 Full Cream .

buy second runners in Sept. Oct. I M. E. Edwards "The Border Patrol"also lIal.Skelly

and Dinsmore November.Fla; W G.11141t.AISE Shirley,.' and night children were for In and the Jacksonville Mrs.Passion Play.Tuesday Comedy "Single Kliss" I _,All Talking_ ,- ___ I \ CHEESE - - - - - Per Pound, 29c }i

RABBITS FOR US-:Small Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of And Paramount News Thursday.

space rabbits devoted will pay to WoO big dividends.strain fur Hastings spent Judge the week-end and Mrs.. with Geo.A. "The Laughing Lady"with A Van Camp or IlordensEVAPORATED 1
her parents
Can be successfully' raised in Feb. 20-21, Thurs.-Fri.
Gardiner ,
your back yard. Turn spare Cllve Brook and Ruth \ MILK - - - 3TallCans25c :
hours Into profit Territory representatives Long cloth lOe per yard at EMIL

wanted. Rabbit on Stilmp's. Chatter ton ti:

display at Bradford County All1flklng! _
"BETRAYAL"also _
Farmer Supply Co. Write Ott J. L. PickerlU.\ who
Mr. and Mrs.. and Chocolate Bars
Hawthorn, Fla: 1- Montgomery, Assorted
Inc. In
RaTibltry.. are now living I ,
31-4t. 7. Ala.. announced the birth of a son 9th Episode Ace of Scotland Saturday l
BROCK'SCANDY3BarsforlOc r rMi
on Saturday, Feb. Yards \, "TIGER ROSE"

-'ANTED .TO BUY LONG, LEAF Mr. Comer Long left last Fridayto \ with

enter the Military Radio School Feb. 22 Saturday ,Vetez
,, i rn Lupe
YELLOW:PINE LOGS, ,!loaded on at Ft. Bennlng nearjpolumbus: ,
ears on Seaboard Air Line Rail Ga. KEN KEFLOUR2Packages.25c If

in >
way. Scaled and paid for as There are seven new shade or-Singing
among our Individual color creations "THE'' WAGON MASTER"also II .

loaded. Advise class of logs In Humming Bird hose. Re- Comedies>i DallyGAINESVILLE ,

and quantity that you can .fur member. they are guaranteed at Comedy Stage "Struck M-C STOREr 1:
'd '
nish. Address, E: O. Harrell, P. ." 1 .' ar11b l FLA.

,H. B. McLAndou returned"Mond'ay J Je
5-185, where be Show Starts at 6:45
O. Box SSf, telephone,, from Tampa .111I
the South
ten day during
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PFarmers showed that the negro agents who may develop rapidly, show no out.

are stressing a food and feed crop ward signs of disease and reach

and Farming program, and that It Is bearing maturity with the germs concea .

fruit These exhibits all showed ed in their owners. Such fowls''

a wide variety of llve-at-homa are called carriers or re-actors.
(By Agricultural Editor) products produced by negroes. In Since carriers show no external

addition, the product ot the hands evidence of their condition, the Importance -

were shown, in profusion of finding some way to

sac Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles detect thess disease spreaders has

of Farm Experiences and Methods Found long been recognized. Several
tests are now available but the VOL. IV. No. 3 \lrjtlnl.-Curolina Chrmirul Corfx.ratlon,,i!;
To He nest Suited to Our Country /
4 -
< How to most reliable one is that known as
-- .- the Agglutination Test. There are FARMING IS EFFICIENT "No long,...doe*tht Individual farmer A FAR CHEATER SER"ICI"One
__ . .. .
- 1 .
- live unto hims"'J-J.' C. Maryui
foA RaisePoultry many biological] ]laboratories in the "Farm efficiency bas sone forward naturally wonders whv I<

: country capable of making su
i Agriculture tests Once It has been determln of every 10O of our population were are actually farmers. The am,wen II,
At The South of engaged In feeding themselves and not far to seek. The demand
ed which hens are the carriers "In Trust-For It While" i I.
I' 1'- Dy Dr. L. D. LeOear, V. S. heavy for men trained to flu
the disease they should be separatcd their 10 companions In the city: responslble .
[ St. Louts, Mo. To what soil we have positions-teachers
: village or town. Today, 27 out of save count,
to Florida Fair Ttr.LvOemr!I..n..d..r..r ih.Ontario from the flock and used, no every lOO are feeding themnelves should be our first aim says agents Inspectors, and man;

.Vanrlnarr r* f--<_r-urr_rice: .on Thlrrf.1Ve dl'>__M-.- more for breeders and the other 73 In the city, village Dr. K. O. Knight: of the U. S. others. Men for these positions art
- of II.! Mock _nj poul..,.. Emlnnuthorlnr Steps can bo taken to limit the or town.-more lavishly than any Department of Agriculture. found almost exclusively in the
on poultry.nil.lock ,,','n.. spread of the dlHoaae. Baby chick I other people have been fed during The fertility that nature has ranks of agricultural: college Kraflu
Dy II. !M. Fulghum v gla, Idaho and Florida. There N.tlon-ll, known poultry, brojr.
Tl NotcJutbor-.ndrUde lclurr.M should be divided into small flocks the world's history."-Louis :J. taken nsoa to provide may be ates.These graduates are rcnderlin\
Assistant Extension Editor Were about 20 different varieties or 100 or 200 or loss. By this TABER Master National destroyed In a few roars t>y a for creator service than u the,
of Jioney shown. Including tupelo, man's neglect The soil Is were all dirt farmers. They" an
-- - -- - watched
The crownIng' glory of the South black mangrove orange palmetto, ,\ means they can be moreclosely slven to us In trust for a little serving the farming public" -D..
Jamlca If any are noticed with while and then la passed on WILMOIM NEWELL, Dean FlorIda)
agricultural doogwood/ sea grape, sunflowev -
Florida Fair from on : is mriii\Hv bowel should be "FERTILIZERS are of buBlo ImpOrtance
troubles, they removed to others. Be who wastes fertility Oollega of .
$64C has been Its display gallberry, wonder honey In this and through
standpoint, always YTIHTR DIAKKHU.-: at once and either kept to country or allows It to washaway
plant, black gum, partridge out the world arid win become Increasingly
of county exhibit This year's pea "
\ though he
A 1'ii'K: ; .v themselves a taw days for develop ." even may
full, held at-Tampa from January (rrolalarla wlldflower goldenrod mcnta, or killed and burned BO as time noes on. Bain personal wealth-"U a

:28! to Feb. 8, was marked by a Mummer farewell)), buckwheat, alfalfa ManyVlilclj DIAYtiiiK OpinloiiMII.Htw Droppings should bo cleaned oul The FINANCIAL WORLD..Vo thief and a wastrel, and future "MORB PLANT FOOD is being tlllcen
small number of county exhibits. and sweet clover The state generations will know front the soil them Is being reduces
lt I'tintedlx TlilnI
However, the quality of the eight I! board's bee (')over. The state ''c'large of this exhibit received high >iu displays>> compensated for the abBOIILO 1 Xows .Atrri'o Tluit Blood; clean at all times. Floors D.H. WELD.Planning .

of the others and splendid praise. 'J't'srln" In the OIly) ]) >|w'nd.ible, should be cleaned often and dl∈, "An anaemic tree Is most In dancer V-O '
additional features, such as the Although one acre out of every of frost," said Thomas A. Edi v-o
11'II1M of I
fected with
Dc-tcdlnK 1'1'4"1'11I:1': a 3 per cent dip am
i honey and corn shows, were two acres planted to field crops In __.In tlio, 1'''''C'lCtStod"/ Hnnltatloii disinfectant solution. Pry, clean son. Well-fed plants are never No Wonder Cats Backslide
thrown In for good measure I<'lorld.t11l In corn, little attention a Year Ahead
very nnd KIInilni\tl; n of Citrilcrs litter should then be placed on the "Paw't hearing ain't so good. He led
fcHl I Erfife The eight counties which exhibited has been paid to this crop In (InOnly Kll'ettUe: \\-'alol1>1"lotllhIHt the floor. family prautr the other night a-kneelii' "We are learning how t< use

f thla' yenr were [Po3k Manatee, previous fairs This year the J oys' It. Dy covering the brooder room on the cat."Exchange statistics wtilch are the measure oichange.

1 / I,ake, Jefferson and Mndlnon In the 4-11 Club Department of the AgrlMiltuia The purpose is to Him I to
floor with half-Inch mesh wire v-c
competition, and IIIHsboroughPlnellaa Extension: )Division: at the Wo find ot
experts> unquestionable raised a few inches from the floor
Marlon, educatlona University had a large and .attractive
and The Secret Profit .I
.reputation who aaiiert with will do a lot to prevent the spread
only Mnntttce, Lake and Polk corn show. In addition, ,,1
had a merry race for first honors thn boys' clubs of Hillsborovgh great potjitlvenoBB that Hculllary, ot this disease Chick Tablets Sweet potatoes grow best In the .,
should be dissolved in all drinking anaemic. Crops fed with the right kind of soil that lacks .f
In citrus! vegetables and home ; county had a corn exhibit, featurIng Whlto Diarrhea. ((11. \\'. D.) la the sore of eood old V-O fertilizer are very fertility -
water for the first three weeks and therefore they have to be fertilized.
rannod products, with Manatee the- fumigation of corn for wee- greatest menace to poultry since Fresh buttermilk or clabbermllk vigorous have tone end resistance The sandy or sandy loam ,-
\ having a slight edge, while Jefferson vlIIsA weevil-proof crib, which the landing of the ark and tliai can flght disease-and they can soil that they like needs a liberal
should fed In clean protectedv
and Madlnon fought it out could be fumigated,* was demon the blood tent la the one sure produce a profit for the man who application of good fertilizer such as meet a market next year on tin
Hselu. Only feed of the best feeds them.
for leadership in the hay, grain strated., means of achieving a victory Another should be fed. : V-O. That's the secret of profit In basis of what that market Is most
and forage meats and some other The Smith-Hodges students or group of just us Impressive: ,. V-CJ sweet potatoes. likely to be. It Is possible to anticipate
It is especially Important that
divisions. Future Farmers of Florida, had a reputation assert with equal assurance Incubators and brooders bo thor "Change indeed is painful, /yet everneedful. v-c trends and tendencies month,
That Florida counties can antJ
do produce agricultural products vegetables and fruits. has been vastly overrated and the And a Lot of Trouble Too QUIS.
before being used for fresh v-c
In wide! variety was attested by the They gave demonstrations from kindest thing they can say about
hatches. A Important factor MULCH
courty exhibits. The following this booth dally. The pant City the blood test Is that It la lust an very PAPER Increased tjio yield "WE ARK FARMING too m&ny acl'Olthat
In the control of this trouble is to and hurried development of several
will give some Idea as to the dlverslty school had Its special "future experiment with only limited value are economically aulte hop-
keep houses,, runs and all equip cardan vegetables on which It was
leas.-:1.: O. LIPMAN, New Jersej
of the products shown by farmer" booth A number of communities If any. The one group maintains per tried at the Michigan Experiment
ment in 100 cent clean and :
College: of Agriculture.Use :
each county. and individuals had displays that it la a germ "disease condition Station. Warm-season plants are
all times
sanitary at by
); Manatee: Nearly 100 different I while the other Is quite sure that benefited most.
which of
were good quality cleaning often and using freely a MOSBI "Got three wives v-o
i kinds of vegetables, over 60 va-. and attractive. Volusla It Is caused by Improper brooding "
county good and dlulnfectant. The germs v-c call 'at bigotry?
J;, 'rietles of citrus and other fruits, too caily feeding or the feeding
bulbs In Plant Food
variety were shown. Enough
,. of B. W, n. may remain alive for SAM: "Bigotry? Black bov.ain't .
and 316 distinctly different home of Improper materiala etc. They Have Learned Wisdom
Although of the counties
some months and' unless such precautions yo' had no schoolin'? "The one problem In which we
: canned products. Including) jellies, had meat displayed !along with The majority of our best authorities aie observed may cause an "The southeastern and north Got two wives-'at'a bigotry. arc all concerned Is that ENOUGH

:(1' maimalados: vinegars, syrups their main exhibits only three had, favor the view that n. W.II. outbieak of the disease.1IIXT8 eastern states are said to contain Oat three wives, "at's trlll'at's plant food<< per acre be used to give

r vegetables, jams preserves, crystallized entries In the meat show which Is a highly Infectious disease over 80 percent of all fertilizer trig-'at's trlggonomIty satisfactory and economical pro
,'.' fruits, etc. was under glass in a booth ot Its which Is. transmitted from hen to plants, produce over 83 percent of I" duction. A large percentage of fertilizer

Luke: Something llko 90 varieties own. These were Jefferson, )Madison \ I I the total output, and account for users have not even realized
chIck thiouRh the These
: : of vegetables! 40 of citrus egg. 1 TO over 85 percent of the total con their opportunity for further eoorv
and Polk. Polk and Lake were writers ere also of the opinion that IIOJ'SEWIVrS sumption, although their "Thg
area con work of the chemical engineer omy in production by feeding
and other 13
fruits of andover
I ;, grapes entered In the"* dairy products the blood teat known as the Agglutination I ;; :: I stitutes only about one-flf th'of the during the past century has advanced enough plant food."-E. S. BAYARD,
250 canned
'i products. show. Homo Demonstration Agent country's total farm "
Tost Is the only sure acreage. -Domestic civilization by/ ten c.nturie..Fllrm. Editor, Pennsylvania. Farmer and
: Polk: Citrus, vegetables, sweet The United States Department means of detecting the disease in I i Commerce Bulletin. er*' Handbook of Explosives. Ohio Farmer.

potatoes, crystallized fruits chqnl- of Agriculture had a number of instructive mature fowls. My owns study ot

leally preserved products, etc.Jeflerson exhibits: placed at differ the disease extending over a number HOW TO lUSH PICTfllKH:!I

,n" : Numbers of feed ent ]locations. It co-operated with of years convinces me that the

to"" grains, :241 kinds of hay, and 23 the State Plant Board In exhibiting I true n. W. D ia. a genuine contagious Light picture's' ft re best hung on I

varieties! of pecans. host plants ot the Medlterritnean, fairly light walls and dark pictures I VIRGINIA.CAROLINA CHEMICAL CORPORATION
bacterial: disease transmitted -- ------ -- .- - -'- __ __ __ . ._ ..
i Madlsonr Seven varieties of tobacco fruits fly, together with specimens from the hen to chlc-k through the on dark walls For the h .

'> 35 hays 25 different kinds of,the fly Those In charge of the egg and Is quickly spread from sake of shape harmony tall pictures nii'sVKETDrookBvllle. : )"OT.U'OI.'I:!
.i. qf corn, 15 legume crops and 12 display stated that they had 79 affected chicks to others in the should be hung in vertical : Disinfecting Truck Crop i

'r> varieties of pecans. fruits and two vegetables shown, brood. wall spaces, and broad pictures In Fla. --- Aboui 1 l''

..: Among the educational displays and that in addition there were This fact should be fully real lorltzonal spaces. Pictures maybe Seed Before Planting Is bushels of Improved Porto I'.lr,

.,: pet'haps that of Plnellas county live fruits which hud retently been ized by poultry raisers everywhere grouped so that two or three potatoes have been bedded ,

'r attracted more attention because placed ou the susceptible list and for n. W D. bono of the worst vertical ones will harmonize with farmers of Ilernando county. .

'r. it consisted entirely of a gladiolus here were a number of vegetables diseases affecting baby clUck a broad wall space: One must Good Disease Inusrance H. Logan, county agent stated I

.;. show and home cum: d products. ; known to be hosts. Losses up to CO per cent are not jo very sure, however, that the expects the planting of about 1 11

) It contained 1,218 individual flow: The livestock exhibit consisted uncommon and not infrequently ilctures which are grouped are in acres.

ers of 32 different varieties of argely of hogs. Club members ot 80 to 90 per cent of a hatch will\ mimony with each other. A ( ny Spuds Johnson) which should be In wooden con: o

:", gladioli. Madison county, n. K. Lawton bo wiped out Of those that survIve minting which shows a broad, I know a farmer In a nelghborng tainer. Stir the seed thoroughly. "Woodward Appeals to }o'iorhto

Hlllsborough home county of county agent had 83 club pigs enered. many will retain the germs mid technique! I should not be placed county who has lost two-thirds Wash the seed after they ha-ve Protect Wild Life of State sa

t ,,' the fair hud an excellent exhibit, The swill-ted Ilumpshtresof In the ovary, or egg sack where next to one which is fine and ot; his cabbage: crop on account of been headlines in Florida newspaper
\" naturally featured by strawberries :' Ulmerton Ranch in Plnellas they will find their way into the lellcate. Seals Is the next consld- diseases which: were brought in onthe Spread to dry Well Woodward Is a former ne"

I, .- and citrus but containing also county, were shown, as were Berkshires eggs causing infection of future Small pictures shrdlu shrdluupup seed. This man is out about in the shade. Then they are ready paper man and he probably kno

) bulbu. and roses, vegetables, canned Durocs Poland and Tarn- generations 1C these birds are used oration when hanging pictures. $3000 that he could have been In to plant. I where the> Wild Life Begins: a..

::1 goods and crystallzed pro worths from Just-a-Mere Form, for breeders. The mowt critical Small pictures should not be placed If he had: only taken, the precauon Corrosive sublimate can be made Knds: in Florida.Bladder.

J" ducts. Tile arrangement of a :.mail lacksonvllle, lloyles Duroc! Fan.i period is during the first hours. next to large ones, nor should to disinfect the cabbage seed at the right strength by dissolving

strawberry Held and a small cltnlg Creen Cove Springs and others. v All canes of bowel troubles In hey be hung near a large piece ot efore he planted them. Not only a tablet In a pint of water.

tree In actuality, was especially attractive. The poultry show consisted of baby chicks are not B W. D. by furniture similarly, large picture that. which represents his ]loss on Soak cabbage, cauliflower kohlrabi Irritaio;

Tluth IllllsborouKh aud* something like 1,600 birds of 33 any means. Simple Diarrhea Is are out of scale In small rooms or thlll year's crop alone his, fields mustard ruUiagas and tur- ;
Polk exhibited strawberries in the varieties 250 have become infected with black nops for 15 minutes; cantaloupes,
pigeons of 15 varletlen not contagious and Is often the when hung near small and dellcrately -
new 24-vlnt crate, which is being ,. and 160 rabbits of 17 most common kind seen It 1ft usually proportioned pieces of fur rot. and It is probable that he can- cucumbers and\\ watermelons for I If functional Bladder Irrltatn!!'

used extensively this year reedx.... The exhibit of wild ducks caused by faulty feeding, Improper niture. .., > not grow cabbage on the land 10 minutes tomatoes peppers and disturbs your sleep or caux

Marlon (routity. had a good gen ([migratory waterflowl) by Davis brooding dampness, etc Pictures should bo so hung gain soon without the crops suferng eggplants for 8 minutes. I Burning or Itching Sensatlv!

eral exhibit which included citrus I and Ulst Mclntosh attracted considerable Affected chicks are dull, dispirited hat t the center ot interest comes n fata; similar to this year's. Backache Leg Pains] pr mtisculs

and vegetables, peas, velvet beans, attention and dejected looking. In the at about the eye,level. One should Three thousand dollars is a pretty nuvi .\mv <'o\\n aches making you feel tired, d

chufas, peanuts, goobers corn, tobacco The state game and fresh water most serious cases a white pasty not first see the furniture in a biz: loss in Itself, It could have pressed, and discouraged, why n

cane meat, outs, millet, fish department had its excellent substance closes up the vent Asa oom, and then look up and Bee a been> prevented in this case by dls- i Perry: }"Ja.--.1. F:. Powell Taylor try the Cystex 48 Hour Test? Dor,

II: (.: hays, etc exhibit ot game and! fish on dis result the chick becomes pot line of pictures on the wall. Sometimes Infecting the seod before they were county, and County Agent II. S. give up. Get Cystex today p.

is, The first honey show to be held I I play. bellied and utters a pitiful "peep, i it in desirable: to have them planted. An expenditure ot not Dennis recently attended a dairy it to the test. See for yourse.
at the South Florida )Fair drew 100 In the Negro building, six counties peep," indicative of great pain. lower than the eye level, In order more than a dollar In materials cattle sale at Cuthbert Geoigla, how, quickly It works and what
exhibitor from New Clear a.nd tlmo would have meant just and Mr. Powell bought four does Money back It it doesn
York. Alachua
If.. Jefferson. Marlon. Death usually follows in a few to form a group with a desk or a ...regIstered
ireo thousand times a dollar In cows bring and eaiisfy
table quick Improvement
; or higher, as over a bookcase
'" IIP.IMIirr HV fWVI'% *TM)M. III!'Vt KOUI fill WTV. Foil K.2III: >I> KMH\ inf liMllrlll =.1IMT. lll.n eturns, and would have kept theman's Cysie-
: ; or completely. Try
Th" following1 l I report nf tho rece ptn anil illHlxirHemeutH i th County fund.* nf Itrnrtforct but the variation should be you
ixrlnd enillnir Itrremliep Slut lUZ'.t. with the l alunc,.. and amount of warrnntx outstanding-County statement for the slight. !Most people hang their farm freo of these very de- Miami Local airport dedicated Today. Only 60c. Corpenlng's Drt;
of ib- '...HctB anil liabilities end th.. value of ynnnty the suid Bradford tructlve diseases. recently.
.lint day i>f "-o ,: 1. il>lttihcnl under' I Ihe provisions.. of C lapler OS1J. Acln of 1915. Law ot Court In hercbv carried up toward the ceiling, Or course not all truck crop dlsso - -.,... ...' ., .

j,, Florida.ERNEST AMOS. Instead ot being kept at the most ?. can be prevented by seed d'snfectlon. '! 1 ': : ,: _: .h' '.'_ : ',:'._:_ ..It;...:. .::-: 'ifI"; ',.'!1i! ; ': .::r:,.. :

1* Comptroller.AI.IU However, a number of
Interesting points In the room,
.. which the- level of Incases of cabbage cauliflower, STRA
., are about the WBERRY PLANTS OF
rutp.bages.turnips. .
"" eye, a'nd below that point;

1- Stability to tlwltiwni cantaloupes, cucumbers,
: Q So many pictures are available watermelons 'tomll.toes. peppers For fifty years we have grown and sold the best strawberry -
.. 3: and eggplants be
.. can prevented by plants grown. See
one can find those that will our agent and get your order
&:: :! :: treating the teed before they are in with them
gIve pleasure and at the same time or mail direct same to me. Plant Is
planted.I .
t = : bo appropriate for the setting. A short this
Q Q ; t Q realize that not every farmr season every place so we advise you to get order
FUND9 good picture has one or more ot
"".. "".. 'f the following characteristics: who does not treat his seed be- In early and make sure of your wants.

lilt : lilt S >IIt beauty, expressive line choice toro planting loses to disease Sly
agents nro N. D. Walnwrlght Jr., P. F. Flume,
e t creative excellent a man can never toll
pattern arrangement
.- tJ Q _. X. tJ when the seed he buy are Infected nrownlee Bros., Bradford County Strawberry AMoUtion
.. of refined color or an elevating
.. Q, .. ::
:! and J. H.
'" "- 'Z ,g ;;; theme. If the picture la to go with disease germs and dlslnectlon Moore, Lawtey FU. Prices good Missionary. ',

4 :: t .. 1: '" Into a room it should be ill keepIng Is good Insurance and from young bods, IOOO to 6OOO '3. OT e-r BOOO/ 'a.75. f.

with th furnishings and should] heap. o. b. here.

V be suitable for the type of Simply soak the seed In a 1-
o..nera. _ ___:._________________ 34'19.15 119.80 119.10 n.138.03 1t.S4: I 10.10 10.-80 room ,000 solution of corrosive subli
Fine and Forfeltur. ____.______. 198.1Ii) 16.00 15.00 11.879.00C.HI.AS 68.10 68.30 t94.11 It U placed In.Adapted / A. BAUER
Hoad and li.ldl(' _____._____u_____ 1,114.51 -- -_ '.UO.8a 8.000.00 ___ __ ___ __ '1.1134.43, ( by Lucy Delle Settle mate. Put the feed In a bag and ,
AlI'rlcull ural _ ___u___________ 150.88 -_ -_ .__ __ 1,1198.U I.SII9.1I0 __ u ___ OS5.19"'.90 from Immerse them In the solution, LOCK BOX 38 \
Publicity _____. 121.\11\ ._ SU.11 .3R.SI) __ __ Art In Every Day n."DSOYLARK..
------------ --- -- __
1-I"lIdlng _ -_________._________ 135.U -- --- ___ __ 1,011.01 1104,30 ___ __ ___ __ '1I .04 Life.)
Widow. Pen.lon._ _u____________. 151.24 11.00 11.00 1.098.13 1,411.51) 10.00 10.00 108.15
O"1..nclln...''''''...... fI 4 13 .RI IR 4,2U I 11140 111 '0 435.S'114'l"nl..l. .
.. "UII U tII... !I 1.111)) -
IIII.KU II" KII.2 1 oK Ilf 10 Ilf 110 II (1S4 II ,-.-- -
- -- . And a Foil Lluo
AIISIl1... ANU LI.\lU..TU)" As milk Is about 87 percent water

"alan.. __ .. In A..1.t.>......<>.1101'1.. _________unn__________ 0.1)24.4'111Uncoll.t. n.. (".. good dairy: cows require a Undertakers': Supplies

." 'l"n",... _ ____ __n____. ------.-----______ . great deal more to drink than cattle I We can 0
'.lablll'l.. AUTO !ODILE HEARSEAlirmr YES' 'your
W.rrant. Ollt.andlna' _______ ___ not producing milk. Range ORS
--------- -------- 114.11) .
.....1'11'1' C.rtlfl.d not ------------__ _________ 114.'" cattle and dry stock In summer ... "..d. 1 h.M>e>trrlr

Addition In'l"nt"l.county. Jail _____________ ________.___141.4 II 110 _t,418.OIlO.DO 1111i. and drink winter dally can but this get along is not enough on one Special. *nutation mt
i.. \ OP COINTV PltOPKHTY ..d...
____ for dairy cows. The cow consumes

Court h. House ..____-w___. ____--_-_______. .______.. -_____ Dr.JO.OOO.OO. a larger amount ot food that <.4i REGISTEItED : .VLMER:

jail Furniture- -and, fixture.i .- rii "--,:: :' .:::: :::: =-::_10.000 3.50000: :OO mostly roughage must have water DEWITT C. JONES Smith's Stark,

Furniture and Fixtures, Jail __ '-'- ____ ____.._- '760<00< la order for the food to be TARKEV FLORIDA. Garage
Total ------------.--_____41,160.00 properly assimilated. and digested. Ha.t } .

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IV, FEBRUARY 14, 1030

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First Prize '

Awarded to Mrs. W. G. Haile ", ,:h

"Starke Florida ,( r-i- ,' ,, '"''I,I..\" ." !


: : el 1lindl

'"The Reason I Trade With the Firm

That Advertises," and "My Way of

[Mending the Broken Heart." ,d o,' Ir

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I r r ..
|When you've quarreled with her, and she's crying and i j.fgII N SSr' i's, i Y ''k r a /avlt 4y, "

sad ,

|Try reading some of the interesting Telegraph ada.

How could we know, there was such a handsome. man, .

in this place, M

Jlf Mr. Sternberg didn't advertise his face? .

I"Say it with flowers," says Mrs. Anderson of Waldo. Cupid drlvea away the troubles + I ? 'r t " I p

And he drives away the tears I
j That's a sure cure for broken-heart you know. he leaves a happy coupley y

Who will blocs him through the 'T

I If you wish to make her happy as a lark years.'r ,+ .t I f ....."" ,'II'r' ,........,,rAnd :.. i

't '.' ",
-Mrs. V. L. Harper
[Give a savings account at the Bradford County or The ,

Bank of Starke. t, '

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[Torode-Ritch Co., says, "A lovely new Chevrolet, 4

Will keep her smiling and happy every day." '
)j\.: Second Prize Third Prize r

[Try taking her to a ;real good show- "" .

[At the Gaiety or the Florida in Gainesville you know. Awarded to Mrs. H. A. Dew Starke .

,. Awarded to Mrs. V. L. Harper "t ,
I Buy something nice and useful for the homes , "

The Reason I Trade With the Firm
.:\ Starke Florida > -:
[From the hardware store of DeWitt C Jones" .

I Then for grocieries as fresh as can J>e, ..', .or That AdvertisesLife f
The Reason I Trade With the Firm .

Trade with Mr. Saul at the M-C. > Is largely a matter of habit. We become familiar f:,

That Advertises '1., with the firm that advertise and are naturally
Then try keeping yourself looking nice and neat towards
inclined trading there.

From the hat on your head, to the shoes on your feet.J. Why do I trade with the firms that advertise? We know that the advertiser confidence in his

They show by this that they are so very wise. product and price or he wouldn't buy advertising. We ,
Frank Thoman will do the rest
For how can I know the kind of goods they have to sell .., know he will stand behind his goods and try to satisfy

f If you will send your clothes to his steam press. '. Unless they advertise? It's up to them to tell. the'customer.

I pick up my paper to read the home town news, Also' the advertiser' has confidence in his commun-
The heart is mended-no need to roam
And I see advertised lots of things I can use ity and fs helping to upbuild sam ,

These folks advertise-we. trade at home. With prices so low that I must investigateFor For these reason I trade with the firm that advertises -

-.Mrs. W. G. Haile. the firm that advertises is surely up-to-date. .


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and Joel Parrlsh of Lake Butler
*, DROOKER We the unrtttrnlinnxl taxpayers of Wf. the tindamlKnril, taxpiiyern nfWoiidluwn d
RlKlna-" Huh-Hi-hool" IilHtrlct. N.. It Huli-Hi'hool Dlnlrlrt. No. 8
attended n. Y. P. IT hero Sundaynight.
O Bllns Ponrle Galnojr of Bradford. (Bounty. will |I.r..nt our of llradfor l Pointy will present our
Do All petition I n to thn lluiml t of 1'uhlln Inulructlnn pntltlon' to the Kimnl of 1'ubllr lnHlritctlon -
.We ........................ Metmrs. O. J. Mott and Harvey of( llrailford: County, Florida of lirinlforil: County, Plor I d
ut n regular I ini,ttlnic Monday, Ida, ut a regular tousling, Monday:
Wo wish to correct a great mistake Baxter were transacting; businessIn Morel A lOilO.f at I o'rlork to link Miii'i'h 3, I03II, at 1 o'rlork ti> auk for 1
loot week Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. for an elm'llon to determine i whether Hit Hrrtton ti> determine whether or
made In the
paper or not Rlnlnjr" Huli-Hchool IMntrlutNo. not Womllnwn, Hub-Hrhool' OUtrlrt
alluding to Misses Hazel and Mi. S. M. Mott and Ortho Ma- 10, shall" I ronpinllilHte with dieIrlrtH No, R shall, roiiHolliliite" with Districts
Gladys Underbill and Melvin Kutch theny and Bessie Colson attended NOD. N, 9, 10 sod, 16, to elect No. fl. 10, 15 and 16 to elect thrnetriiHle
three truHteeH. and determine. the It N coil determine the mllliiKe, t'1
of Lawtey going to dance. We n. If. S. Blunt Night Friday night amount of mlllaice' to ti. nnHcmeilBKHlimt to l"e aMN.NMpil uiratiiMt. I the coneoli

I the Work are sorry of the mUlake we made. Mr. H._J'. and I.. H. Oalney and W1'. tin<:'ro.rniiiollclalod.liy tlUlrlct.. doted.1./ /M.dlxtrliit.Norman,, ll i
Thece young people went to Brook- Clyde Cono were attending to business <'. .A. Crosby VV. It. Norman, '

er to a B. Y. P. U. business meetIng In Starke last Friday. If. ThonmHH. ThotnunI'V J.. M.M. KriMlorH. NormanJ. . 11I
of which Mr. Futch Is secretary Mr. Lewis Shriver was attend. K. Kelly II. Thompson i

and MHS| Hazel Underhill rep.rOllentatlve ing to buslniym In Starke last Mon. 1 I.enter (I'roehyKliivd '", ..hy K. T. li 1 t1.lIt.l.n I
of all the Junior B. Y. day. n. ,M. fro.l.y -
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You won't need to write a let- P. U.'s In the federation. We have Mi'. R. P. Lewis and Alph Hti- )11.1.
heard that they mapped out a won len were transacting business In H. M. Me It...... ---
ter, get ,a money order, 'wait derful program for the comingB. BUrke last Monday. I-3l-31-Z-tl W., the unilerNlfcnefl taxpayers. of
Kelly Huh-Mrhodl IHntrlct. No. ( ot1I..Hn.,1
several days, pay express or Y. P. U. Federation. We hope Mr. J. H. Mott was attending NOTH'M OK ..:....:(..rIO'll c'ounty will prenent our '
these three charming young people bimljiem In Starke last Monday putlllitn to the hoard. of I'nbllp In-
\V>, the timlemlvfied taxpayers of Hlruvtlon. of Krailford County FlorIda -
parcel post charges-and then will accept our apologies for There WHS a very large crowd IFellhronn Hnh-Hi'h.iol District No. IS . at a regular meeting Monday,
our great mistake. risking our n. Y. P. U. last Runday of Mradford. County will prevent our Murrh. .1. 18.10. at I o'rlork (n auk for '1
' PUT THEM ON YOURSELF petition to the Mount, of Hub I It- In.etructlon an election tn determine whether or
MUses Mildred and Pearl night and we surely welcomed .
of Hradford County, Klor-' not Kelley euh-'Nchool" District, No. ;i iF
man. Jeanette and Gladys Carter them and hope that they will visit l I.ta. at a regular meetlnir to be held shall rnnnolMate with! ....11'1"1.
when you buy tires here at Messrs. ,,Mac Carmichael and Ilus- us again. March for'an election 3. l!1980:; to at determine I o'rlork whether to: aek No.: N, *10.and IS determine and 1* to the elect amount threetrimtee

home from us. sell Carter attended B. Y. P. U. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Hazen and or not IIMIIirnnri Hub-Nrhool IIs.l i>f mlllnire to lie assessed. . against.
trlrt'' No. IS shall. consolidate with
hore last Sunday night from Wa- on was visiting In Lacrosse last l Districts. N.... H, 9, 10 .and 16 to elect the c'ollllollllnl",1 U I'nilerhlll district.J .
teroak. week. three truHteeN. and determine the W. M. (IIlv.ri.
We 'em on-inflate 'em to . .
put amount of mlllRKe to Im aNewHHedaK'ilnMt
Mr. S. M. Mott and H. P. Gain. Mr. J., W. Thomas of Lacrosse the roimolldated. dletrlct.T. \\i. A. tirownlnv
Il correct pressures-inspect ey were transacting business In attended II. Y. P. U. here last Sun N. Norman <'. A. Johns '
191 !lU .
((11 N.I..wl.
Jacksonville last Monday. day night. .If' J. I'attee. If.. U.I. Johnson lln.lcrhlllW. .
them regularly-and we are at Mr. L. n. and H. P. Gainey andS. Mr. A. n. Surrency was attend ,VV T. TlllleK. lirltten Alvares.'
:. ft. ( .....
} n
M. Mott were attending to business ing to business In Starke last Rufus flreenM. 1-31-St-a-
in the
your call 365 days yearw' In Lake Butler last Sunday. TUMda)'. A. Ireen. i MOTIfM or UUAHIIItM ."'.tl

/ for SERVICE. Mr. Rusoel Reddish of Hellbronn Mr. L. R. Calney and daughter Willie II. If.. Pnrmenter Ore.n -
Springs was visiting here last Sun Lois and Mr. T. B. Plnholxter were M. Khodon Notice In herebv a-lven that I the
.L ('. June uiiilerHlvneil Uuurdlan. for Ovid flen.
Ai with Tires day night. attending to business In Starke J. C. CloinonsJ. oral Lee, Minor heir nf the .Kntate
All this Goodyear Miss Lubedla Plnholster spent and Law ley last Friday. H. Orline of Kllim. Moore lreesused will thirty
riuye after dale hereof on to-wlt:
at prices !slow or lower the week-end at Wateroalc as guest County Agent Rlckenbacker of 1-3I-M-2-JJ the 2Hh day of February. A. I)., H30,. .;
''I of Misses Jeanette and Gladys Starke business to the Honorable Oeo. A. nar-
wan transacting diner i'
I county lodge of Bradford
than you are asked to pay Carter. here last Tuesday the un .Mr. and Mr. Lather Sowell of Mr. Malllo Surrency returned Vanderbilt Mnh-Hnhool Dlslrlcl l No. court houee In the City of Mtarke.

for ordinary tires. High Springs, spent Sunday here home from Georgia, where he 1U of petition dforil In the'ounty Hoard will of p."ntour Public. private Florida. sale.for, an all. of order the to undivided cell. / at

as guests of her mother, Mr. C. spent several day last week. Instruction of liradfonl right title and Interest of said nMf
at a reguar f..n"tY.,: :h nral I.... In and to the followInir -
Mr. Maurice Brown of
TIRES EFFECTIVE 1, 1920 at 1 o'rlork to auk for land to wit:
NEW PRICES ON Miss Jean Laird spent the week wan risking here last Sunday election t.. d.t.rmin. or Houtheaet quarter. of Southwest.
end at Starke with Miss Etholln Mr. Hippy cf Gainesville warn attendIng not V.nd..hll& Hub-Nrhool l>l.trlct ship quarter'Mectlon Mil.' Mouth flange Thirty-five, Towe-
OCTOBER 15, 1929 BATTERY CHARGING No. 10 shill c'onnolldat with dl.- TwentytwoKaat
White. While there she attended to business here last Mon- (IrU't Norn. e. 9, IS and II. to sleet contalnlna1 In all forty acresmore
High Pressure the B. H. S. Stunt Night. three trunt*. and determine the Bradford or less County, and lying Klorlda and, being le ,i
Balloon '
day.Mr. ameunt ef mlllace I to he amieaeedaaln
Misses Pearl and Lois Oalney attended , Otis Brockman of Starke .i the ooniolldated.: district. This 14th fay of January. 1530.

5.90 30x 31.2 ____ $ 5.05 B. II. B. Stunt Night In was transacting( business here last K !. ConnerIt. Guardian for EUUENB Ovid General Lan' Lee.moTicn S
29:1:4.40: : ________ S reg. Announcing our new M. A Iv.... -
29:1:4.50: : ______ 6.68 30x31.2 oversize_ 5.19 Starke Friday night Tuesday. J. 8. 8.pp Id/.It-t41. Minor
Mr. Roy Reynolds of Grahamwas W. r. >Urncen.
9.05 Mr Frank Reynolds of Graham
30:1:4.50: : ________ 6.73 31:1:4: : ----------- U Bapp
service i t ri t& Bat
9.15 to mo 0 S visiting here last Saturday. transacting business here Sat or FINAL DISCHARCM
30x4.15 ________ 8.45 32x4 __________ was w. to:. BappKII
10.35 Wo are all glad to report that urday. ..ry Happ Notice U hereby given; that Sixty
29x5.00 ________ 8.58 33:1:4: : ----------- J. C. Alvarei days after date, hereof te-wlt
teries tested and serviced i who has been ill on ;
30x5.00 ________ 8.15 32x. 1-2 _______ 13.65 Mis Iris Brown, Mr. A. n. Shaw of Gainesville, W. H. Conner the th day of February: A. D. 1110.
14.15 with the mumps for the oast week was visiting here last Sunday t>. C. Alvares f. the undenlgned executor of the r
30x5.25 _______ 9.98 33:1:4: : ---- Hen Faulkner. will of the late Henry Large Steven-
tI recovered and I I. back In
14.79 promp y. has Messrs.. A. L. and II. B. Crosby
3b5.25 _________ 10.35 3.Jd 1-2 ____-_ J. If. Manning Non, dereaied will preeent my tit
D. 8 20.65 school were attending to business In Jack- Mark Addison. voucher and final .""flunl.. such {
H. ply __
32x6.00 _______ 13.15 Mr Clarence Hntchlnson and W. M. HolllnfiworthH. executor tn the Honorable Oeo. A. r"
32x6.50 ________ 15.60 32x6 II. D.10 ply 36.25Bitch's sonville last Thursday.Mr. J. Norman Gardiner County Judge of Bradferd }
George Reddish of Wateroak were and Mr*. Russel Hewitt.and H. M. WhlteheadIt. county, Florida and ask for aI. approval A
visiting bore last Saturday.Mr. V. Alvares and my dlecharce .yeaexeeutor
: baby and Miss Eliza, Duke of C. U Hovers ,
and Mrs. R. M. Galney were Dukes were visiting here last O. It. Alvares This the Mb day of De"...".... y

Service Station dinner guest of ttr. and Mr*. R. Thursday. night and was secern-- W.W. C.R Crosby mialop A. ** 3121.WILLIAM H. 8TEVEMSON.Keiecutor : d,

W Brannen of Lake Butler last panled home by Mrs. II. Gainey L. L. Norman of estate of H.nry

FrldaYrI" who will visit them several week brew Raddled ._. Large Stevenson
--_,..U.U.J.II II. .to .. .______ ,__,'l'II _

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; Qi J ,, ;i MATTHEWS DESERVES YOUR: VOTEPlant stead went Into the national treasury -''hou ehoid"convenience ;in the I part of It was written-- ,
a Bradford County Telegraph at Washington. Peters- days before the' phonograph and I Unfortunately I cannol ''R' "

burg Times. The people next No- radio became so popular It was an to the Telegraph's read,!, "
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1877 ( City Enterprise)
,1; IM IMT IMe IMr f Established vember are going to vote to keep amusement. Party lines brightened only Greek our llnotyi ".

\ .. -..,- .- Eugene S. Matthews, 'member of the Florida Railroad Inheritance' tax money in Flor many an otherwise dull day for knows Is "pi" and be',,., ,\n,. '

Published Weekly on Vridays and Entered as Second Class I Commission, whose term will expire with the present year, ida. Then the motorists and own- the lonely housewife It Mrs. A to get him started on t tl/ ,
f ers of real estate can expect a reduction in town called Mrs. n at the lake -
& Matter at the Post Office( at Starke, FloridaI is a candidate for re-election, subject to the nomination of the of their tax burdens. It It was like broadcasting over a national Headline: Senators \\ "

S. Matthews, __ ..________________ Owner and PublisherJ. Democratic primary to be held, on June; :fir$. ,This! is ,a, case Is gratifying to see the Times and hookup of forty-six stations Read Wicked nooks I'
other papers: presenting the truthon Every receiver along the line
where the voters well decide making change -
/ C. Robinson u.,______________________ Managing Editor may against a this Inheritance tax question, would fly down and the entire The farmer pleading fui, >
ac 4 .. .. .. -.- ... Mr. Matthews has shown exceptional ability as a member of which has truly been the greatest program would go In one ear and Says, "what i a fix I'm ft, 'it";,"?

fo''' SUBSCRIPTION RATE the commission, and has proved himself faithful to the trust mistake! Florida's history.-Tallahassee out the mouth. It was really But don't distrub the s ,?,?,

1c in him Hardeej State News gratifying to see what a great Interest They're readiug 'Madnn(
I I't Months 75c Payable in Advan'eAdvertising reposed first by Governor when he appointedhim +>'Ih:
Yearly, $1.50; Six some listeners took in ahhpso1fiaeK_
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I hates on Application to fill a vacancy on the commission'and latterly by the their neighbors' little lroubl>js, -
Kill: Ira of lie < Tax due
i hat !,i3rf ._ __ ___. .. __ u _ ,__ ,_ people in two elections, in each of,. ''elected him by -> .. The supreme court's recent gas You never heard of the 18 day
an overwhelming majority
needs friend when he is in need of one.
A fellow
to a
tax decision presumably Is in con- diet In those days. Running be-
leiT o -- _Jf JVlr. Matthewshad__ donena,other service, of value to the formity with the constitution of tween the cook stove and the telephone &biJ3siel/X* -I

Chasing rainbows is not confined solely-to the movies. State his work in connection with the refrigerator expresscar the state Certainly, It Is not with- kept many a woman down to EDITOR
{ in the province of a newspaper to a perfect 36. .rte stave err!I ,, Ihnp
o case would entitle him to the favorable consideration of take issue 1 ..
on a matter of law, What the Plant
Cliha One of the hard; things to do is to remain silent when all fruit and vegetable growers and shippers' directly, and in- with the highest authority: In the nut those days are gone forever. an appropriation Boat thai ''(''I f

you're hurt. cidentally of nil citizens of the State, for the interests of all commonwealth. Sweethearts no longer find'it necessary "Good to the LAST Dlti,
t However, the court's ruling Is to bill and coo in code. The .
fr' i : o are bound up to at least some' extent in these industries. --
l talk contrary to the intent of the men erstwhile telephone fan Is now listening According to Attorn.
+ If all the comic valentines received today could what While for the this who framed and passed the law
present refrigerator
,; express car ser- to Rudy and just hasn't Florida 14 the home 01 i
p a surprise:! would await the senders vice touches only the movement of strawberries from Flor- and contrary to the will of a majority time to be bothered. and the land of the FU" ,
L ... of the people of the
.a P' --<<.. --- ida .it.J. bound to be extended;; and result finally in a more Nor Is it going too far to -
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with ribbons Tho following clipping And In the Leesbur
Madison and Jefferson counties walked comes 'u
expeditious transpoHatiorTservice and consequently a wider that the ruling Is contrary state'j
news'artlc'le .
( from a telling<, oVa recent cial, Ivy dough JohtiHi, : '.
Lrt and honors at the Tampa Fair last week area of distribution, for many of the perishable products of ethics of the case train trip of Herbert Hoov- remark that'it Isn't ui) I
Many legislators doubtless
? + a I er's: that are making beat+""
Florida. Nothing could be of greater importance to a State ported the tax measure,as passed
: If all the bums and tramps in Florida this season were, I When the the woods nowadays. ,i'i '
the country's chief
that depends so' largely for its welfare on successful marketing for no Detter reason Ulan that it executive the other hand.
put together they would touch each other. of fruit and vegetables. meant their constituents would get travels'' nothing! Is left undoneby -
) 0--- from tho tax fund more than they I done by railroad men to insure the
As a private citizen Mr.\ Matthews started the movementfor paid 'into It. Not a few of them his safe prrtval at his destination It's guy' who Is n
,. Editor of South Jacksonville.: Herald is of the opinion that tbey'WCl'e' Kvery foot of the track over I tins Into hot water th ",
probably felt
this service and "fiuttlng
Railroad Commissioner
some as
years ago
I hard boiled.
the time Has arrived for legislation permitting our citizens to one over" on the more populous which his train traveled yesterday
he was in active charge of the proceedings behalf of the
on counties. was inspected within a half hour
own and operate an automobile. He should add "for his own Legislators and newspa-
And some of these rut' j
growers and shippers when the successful hearing was had pers from the more populous coun- before the train sped southward:
i pleasure and not to benefit the state. ties have every switch of the system was think ther! sons lack ""nl,,,
clamored loudly for
the Interstate Commerce Commission. His work in years ought to ask the girl i
o about the "injustice" of dividing spiked until the train had passed:
CriI this case showed signal ability and untiring devotion to the out with last night
railroad and
Nearly 16,000 cars from other states crossed over the St gasoline tax incomes equally overy highway cross-
y .
public interest. His testimony at the hearing, upon which among all the counties, and thous- Ing-tho latter Vio matter It no -
''I Johns river Jacksonville Add to that 1
'A bridge, during January. earn) It !
: the findings of the Interstate Commission largely based ands, even in the counties benefit- moro a dirt road-were ,
a1 r the additional thousands pouring in through other gateways ted, have accepted this view. guarded by maintenance of way Dickory, Dickery Dock,,

Q'r L. r and you may form some idea of the attraction Florida pre- kept him on the witness stand for more than three hours,.and Dee p'te this, there Is little Justification men. A mouse ran up her ;,,, :,

showed that he had spent unlimited time and labor on makinga for the claim that a She jumped aloft, the m ,n-
sents to winter visitors from other states.
t q study of the subject, covering as he did the strawberry in- county should receive the "gas tax Imagine that! Now If I were the off
0'lg' she pays." president en train, the first thing Hut the run stayed In 11.. i ,o
3 That you may better: understand effect of supreme court dustry of the entire country. In fact, it Was just such an ex- To begin no 'county pays gdso- I should do would be to take command And Llndy's next IM, "k ';'

'' universal position of the subject as was needed to drive home the con- line tax. A sales tax Is different of a regiment of pullman probably be entitled 'W< md
1 ruling on the gas' tax, and why it is resulting in such "
,. c !, viction that Florida producers needed, and should have this in Its very nature from any other porters and make a flank attack Wife.
dissatisfaction the December of sales show
report gasoline and the gasoline tax, especially so. on tho nearest closed window
that five of the counties received practically one-half of the greatly improved transportation service.; It Is a tax paid by persons as resIdents What: fun! And now, ladles and BfLiIt-'

7 tax, the remaining 52 counties, dividing the other half We do not know that Mr. Matthews will have oppositionin of a state and not of any introducing for your appiova,
I would also issue simple owl that
county All other taxes are paid an order that poor thinl
o his race for re-election, but when we have a man in office so where a person lives or may own henceforth all items on those high night club is something a t<

M There seems to be no limit to what the trucks will use I capable of doing big things as occasion-"arises for them to be property. The place of payment hat menus should be followed bya I man carries.

the state highways for these days Following the specatcleof done, it certainly would be unwise to make a change simply Is fixed, and the payer profits! in I tlclo detailed description of the ar-, -
so named.
one 60-foot truck hauling another the other day, we see because others would like to occupy the position and draw the owns.proportion Where to gasoline the property tax is paidIs he i Never will I forget the rude The biggest trouble wit
permanent wave they A KEN
one truck and trailer towing another truck and trailer. The result salary. Such is not the way successful business enterprisesdeal I a matter of chance It depends I shock once received from one of

of such unwieldy combinations can be seen by an exami- with their employees. Capable and faithful employeesare neither upon where the payer these high sounding: nom deplumes .
lives, where And now, will you coral ''o
nor he will
nation of the retained year after year as a reward for their good work enjoy ..
C C1A pavement edges. benefits of his payment. party by tuning In, on St!
9 I h 1 f Y o and in order that the employer may have the benefit of the Justification for the tax on gasoline It was like this: Leaving school WFLA, Clearwater, Frldanlng \

More Hoover prosperity apparent at Cleveland: Shouting valuable experience gained during the course of the service, depends upon the theory that for the Christmas holidays, a at 7:45: for a nov. n

1A rr I _._ n. _h ._ .. ____ . ._____.. _ __ ___ such tax will go to build and maln- friend J., and myself had just enjoyed paper program, the STATE PK,
"work and wages or we'll fight between 1,000 and 1,200 un tan! roads and a very satisfactory dinner, SCRAP nOOK, sponsored br'
that since
ta i ,,__....___ _._._ _
employed men and women stormed city hall here*" *.. *.. 200, '. u1 going to get gas and oil, and ;who are the chief benefactors of good This being our first night away Florida Clipping Service w

f ?; policemen clubbed right and left *.. *.. *.. at least twenty of theI 1 From Other Pens j jNeighbors Springs wilt furnish'Leader' 'the tires.-Tarpon of roads the, they tax burden.should bear the bulk tlnct from "halg'the school we were expense"in a frame very die PRESS.brings .you "THE BEST runt
I;f rioters, their heads battered by policemen's clubs, lying in the -0- Almost no automobile-owner mini; and were scanning the menu '...--- -

streets. Another "noble experiment?" I ; Any newspaper man (or the few uses his ear only In his nome county for a deeeert with a very critical: Fifty or more fliers pa

1 o--- parrot owners contend working newspaper women who however This Is especiallytrue eye Mine came to rest on "Rar ed In a program full of 'h, i Ie
1 ThL ?. I the squawk Is worse than the are eligible) who miss the Orange; I In the case of the more-pop- la due-BOc. Now fifty cent Is excitement at Drew Field: 1 T
r 9,p', A bishop suspended the rector of an Episcopal church because fever.-Starke Telegraph. That County Press Breakfast February ulous counties in the state which, usually the price paid by a college: pa. Sunday afternoon, h 01

y' li of his marriage to a Catholic girl by a Catholic priest squib takes the prize of this week.Wauchula 21st will never stop regretting: it by chance, are among the smallest I student for a meal-not a dessert, crowd estimated at 3r

r ,t What is religion ? Is it a belief in some hidebound denomina- Advocate. '_ We know, for we attended the In area Hundreds of thousands of but as I said: before we were In an sons, : More than 100 plan
yr.. committee meeting which started dollars worth of is oxtravasant mood, in the air
< -o- gasoline bought I or parked un "
tional creed customs recognizing other through
or no avenue If Florida ever gets a sales tax:, planning for Monday, and there In Dade county annually, for instance I "Bar le due" I said to the wait Held, and every highway In.rt'r. '
i ', j the pearly gates than their own interpretation of the Bible, or there'll) be a slather of folks disappointed will' be no limit to the fun.-- and used on highways In er, tho field was Jammed wa<,

is it a faith that accepts and allows any man the right to wor- --folks who figured t sucha Clermont Press. We're going justto adjoining counties. To hold, then, "Make It two,**said J. mobiles for distances of mip. '
tax would exempt them and hit see why the hours of the Press that: Dade should get all the gasoline Visions of some heavenly French mile. Not an accident ">'
his Maker
ship according to his own belief? There are '
many the other fellow.-Key West Star Breakfast were'set from 11 p. m. tax she cpllects, is to say pastry topped\ with mountains of kind' marred the atterni, Ii,
4! creeds but only one religion-a belief in the true and living to3am. r I that Collier meringue
I; --0Florida county should furnish I danced ,before our eyes. I though a few, were escaped '>n''
biC God has two New Rivera as --rrr--- without compensations her portionof Imagine our surprise when the gins too narrow for comfoi'
well as two Lake Butlers. One Under the now election laws a the roads on which this kas will waiter: reappeared bearing a small .
o- New River Is near Fort Lauderdale candidate cannot endorse notes or be used. pot of Jam and six soda crackers. Florida

C r ,sl { Large, land owners of the state have banded together and and the other In Union, and make eontulbutlons to anything Nor Is this all. Dade county "So th's' is your idea of a des- estate boards has Just complet)(t
l ; declare Bradford counties. Times-Un- other than regular obligations would not sell sert," said J.
they will pay no more taxes until they are assured of one-tenth the gasoline compilation() showing the no
Ion without reporting such as part of she does had not other counties "I like it" 'I replied; cowering
relief from excessive taxation. Following action of the last the supreme court. tax din\
-0 his campaign :'!pendltu're8. It's a to the north and west of her bohlqd; my, napkin.I .
legislature in allowing them to redeem their lands on payment The hand' that holds the steer. favorite sport, to "bleed" candidates spent huge sums on ,roads which upon estimate receipts by car> |
counties |
of Florida shows that
( of a fraction of the full amount, these land owners are en- Ing wheal is the hand that keeps during a campaign and they lead to Miami. That these counties received a very mysterious lit more heavily populated ,,-our,)
pedestrians on the Jump. Wau- need some protection --- Starke have profited from their roads tie poem in the malls last week, no'
couraged to work for another cut in their tax: bill. Taxes are : for the square miles'of terri
hula Advocate. And the hand Telegraph. You are absolutely Is admitted It la equally undeniable namo was signed! -no initials, and
1 I too high, on all lands, but it is the small farm and home own that should be rocking the cradle right, nnd If the law Is taken seriously , however, that Dade is I are gainers by the decisionAccessible

{ I ers who pay their taxes every year without special dispensation la the one that makes pedestrians- I we win\,not be surprised to profiting even more Yet Dade __ n ._ ____
hunt a pole ,see every business! man a candidate would have it appear that she owes
dcLhH from taxing authorities who are entitled to relief.
+i ir -0---- in order to secure that protection these. other counties nothing-
t o In England: the word labor In Wnuchula Advocate. hat no part of her profit from

+ 411 "Individual school needs and the instruction unit rather spelled "labour," but here In -----o- their expenditure should be returned -

than America the machine age has'taken leasing; on thee barelegged girl: to them.
average or aggregate attendance should be the basis for
t the "you" out of the word.- With'' your dirty knees and skinny Th's will not appeal to the average
distribution of school tax: money," is the way W. S Cawthon Starke Telegraph. Did you ever legs; man, however equitable it

state superintendent of public instruction thinks funds! shouldbe try changing a tire on a hot after- You may be good or a little bad, may seem to those whose judg-

t noou?-Wauchula Advocate. Hut you're not a walking hosiery ment maybe warped by visions
distributed. Some plan should be worked out to allow each '
''I ---a-_ ad. of profit Key West Star.ar6und ,
'..., a' county to maintain schools to the required standards to give r
n The fact that the supreme court Starke Telegraph.This -n---';: Ilrwl

t / Jt1 t pupils) of one county the same advantage offered in other coun- has ruled that the gasoline tax re- Is the first original stuff ., ,_._, ; ? Q'
---- '-'-'-'
ties to the end that there ceipts must be distributed contraryto about gIrls' lower limbs we have
will be no "backward" counties in
what the legislature Intended Been in six! .months.-Dunnellon

,, Florida from an educational standpoint. doesn't mean that the next legislature } Sun. That'",, pot "stuff"; it's i town

0- can't--and won't--pass B poetry.Starke Telegraph. Well, ..
si .. ....
-fta a.--- -- .y
,it.t1 t1 Road 13 Is showing the effects of lack of maintenance law that will Insure such distribution I It's pretty'tolry poetry.-l\flllmi
oa it sees flt-I'ey'Vest Star. Reach Sun. In one of his recent columns
through Starke and south to the Alachua county line. For K. -. -
-"- ,-.0, C. B tells of the early days of
,, 4' the first time in its history holes are appearing in the pave- The Bradford County Telegraph, Col. A. P. Rivers of Lake City, the telephone. It reminds me of

ment without immediate attention and repairs, edges are published! at Starke by E. S. Mat Is planting 5000 slash pine treeson a story I heard not so long ago.
thews, and edited by J. C. Robin his farm near that city, accord. When our fair city was first To Youand
r 1, breaking and some of the holes are becoming dangerouslydeep son, has one of the best editorial Ing to" The Gazette. These young equipped with these one-man

for cars forced to the edge in passing. While taxpayers pages In the state.-Lake Wales trees are being planted under the broadcasting> stations a house on

aro grateful for the saving made by the state road departmentin Highlander. You will never be supervision of the State Forest Walnut street' was among the first no one else
f able to start argument with a Service, and they ,are obtained lo have one Installed.
its maintenance work, we do not believe this saving should crack like that.-Tallahassee State from the state farm at $4 per As soon as the novelty of the

1 J be carried ,to a point where expensive rebuilding will,become News. Right; all we can do Is to thousand, f. O. b, Starke or Rat- thing wore off the lady o f the

t 1t ; necessary, but rather an amount to keep a highway in safe blush and stutter a "Thankye." ford. The day is not long distant house decided that she might as Valuable documents, heirlooms jewels,
-o- when reforestation Is going to be a well let. the hired girl do some ,
; traveling condition at all times should be the rule
governing In all the gab, gas and gwaklng compelling ne esslty. There are ot the daily ordering. Accordingly bonds-they're safe from the greedy ton-
expenditures. about tax relief. It all centers not many hundreds of acres of landsIn I she gave Liza detailed Instructions -

Q on real tax reduction, but on substitutes this and other counties that for calling the operator and gue of,, fire and the grasping hands of bur-
and articles whereby a could be used for other purposes getting the party 'desired.
The average taxpayer cannot understand why with all gullible people be made' to and they should be planted Liza
may to pine approached the telephone, a glars in our vault.
'Only have
the "big savings" reported from state departments he is not think they are getting a tax relief, trees. Forest Area are killing little hesitant, but nevertheless you accessto

getting a reduction in his axes. The taxpayers must con- but, believe It or not, you'll never young timber: by the thousands she reached It. After giving the them. Is safety worth a a day to
get a real tax reduction until each and the time for their bell penny
at 'leas't you year a hearty ring she put the receiver -
tinue for a while to 'dig down from '
deep, reports I
cut to the bone and Is'kt
protection hand '
expenses -MacclennyPress. to her'ear: you? If so do not
Y'9f: qt. Tallahasse eindicating that methods condemned so severely in then saw the darn bone off._ I' "Seventy-seven" she said. delay.

the last campaign are still going on-transferring funds from North Marlon News ----o--- No answer.
fund to another to deficits. o- "Florida mpney In Florida" Is "I wants seventy-seven" she re-
one cover The writer was also Terrible suffering among the the captions a Tampa Tribune peated. ..

shown a warrant a few weeks ago drawn by the state on a poor. A Jacksonville minister wir- editorial anent the decision of the Still no word from the operator. Bradford

New Orleans bank-probably on borrowed money from an ed the state motor vehicle depart- state road department to use Liza suspected foul play some- County Bank
ment that mercy should be shown Florida road materials. An In- where along the line.
outside banking institution.' Tax reduction however
badly the in the matter of 1930 heritance tar
poor mo- law according to the "Look Bradford
beak man"
she said "If County's
t needed or desired, cannot be expected' until conditions are such tor tags as many people did not proposed constitutional amendment )pu don al" .J1e! Financial Stronghold

that these practices will not have to be resorted to by our of- have the money to spend for thisnecessity during the i last two years I'. gwio to spit in this seventy-seven thing!" STARKE FLA.Qi

ficials to meet demands on the treasury. ,of life this year lie would have kept $6.400,000 of .
falls to state just bow they ar e Florida money In Florida that In- The telephone Is'' now merely a


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