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 21, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04747
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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1877 Subscription ()r Year, $1.50; Six Months 15c-Pa'able Advance K.I Matthews: Owner and Publisher.MJ.VBKIt .
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t First Solid Car I C. Crawford Burn To Death 'DEMOCRATS TO

Berfies Shipped Announces He In \ Car STAY INTACTIN

!: LAID TO BRADFORD CITIZEN Tuesday I I Is Candidate -- PRIMARIESMerllnx
'Express Senator! J;. Two Oi-itln Hojs Mo(> DoiUli Willie
illdnt, 1I'hll'uln From !SlarUoOalncsville I ',._ _
- I bun Morgan: of Htuvkr, llelil In! J'"rllf'"t far Hulled in 't'nre 111111I"irit < k. .. S.H'tr.tllr)...hl.l.| Held I'ntll ( ; llelil In .It" KmlM: . In Mtrinonj -
Keb. n.
ecreSig ed New : nefrigema heath Hy l-'itlhfr 14Henry
County Jail for NoHh! ('111'0- by KMH-CHH liThe As first Perkins., aged 22. amidills\ Hartley : ; Two Qualify
." Ullalltl..lllt...* I /; tor S""I I I ... .
Distributing for the ) Clay Crawford. Jr. son of (th' nbont 27 years old both of I - --

i. I first solid express car of graph .. secretary, of state. announced (1I-1I1a\. Kla., Worm, killed und their I Florida, DemniTiits' will present!
Fund Following a 2(>-mlnutoItcarliiit strawberries was rolled\ Tuesday, 1I0U\ .... ; that he would bo a can litimi Item burned beyond recognition ill united front In iho JUDO' primaries -
Gas Tax Thursday nftfi-noon, I early tills. morning, one mils north i and elections
: tho shipment going/ to Potomac Johns for : in the convlng\ : primary to subsequent ,
Jmljto .\. Z. Adkliisi. on motion of Uiiw. thorn I the Jacksonville !
Yards tor diversion and marking/ ty-sixth out the niiexplred term of the on Ilf plans of the state Dehtocratlc
oJUjl: Ii rc lt(-lt-BMit. Money }'ur of :Morgan's, ,\ttorncy.Mevmalor I the first shipment to go out of Ing the .' to wh'ch his father was elect high,, way, when I the Ford coupewhlth executive committee\ which just

?1 Schools In Order Tuemlay E.; .I. ,Joints onlcreilfrom Bradford county under the newexpress ker and in 1928.! Perkins was driving, not : ".ndllll'O' I a meet( ng in Jacksonvlllu -

t. the ("e'lItf..nt. .lischargcd refrigerator service. The i ment the In announcing/ for secretary of from u ml or control and crashed' l I Saturday niateilaltzc

,i Circuit Judge K. C. Love in (.tiMoilj.. Only two vrltnt'wM'H car carried 2SO 32-quurt crates plo of bin:: <<: Mr. Crawford, a resident of Into a |>'no (tree and the car caught I Cnntr.iry ((0 prognostications;

' 1 Sjiitnty Tuesday morning signed; were put on llw otiinil' 1)1""P& paid growers being HH av- niiprgetlr liouod 1 u brief state (Ire. prior to time. convention that there
( .'u.l.1.. S.eigcr [
..}[r n Interlocutory decree modifying by Col. Johns, / erago of *{?.25 per crato. In comparison tration of In which he mild t there would I According to the host Information would bo warm debuti. n on the
Ahe temporary injunction granted < JuBlicc. of limo |K'ace, with prices paid\ on the Ills \ i no ''Issues"' his campaign; and ( obtainable, at. the scene, the. floor, tho meelliiK. of th<. commit.

'by him last July! restraining distribution fourth district of ))lIv,1 county Plant City yard for the name porlod. tor will ho considered himself quail- accident occurred about 12:30: I tm was one ot! tho most. harmouluus -
of three cents of the five and Mr. I'. :M. (Jrcrii of growers hero were paid 14 1-2 term of to bold 1 the pont. because of Ills I this morning as a punning motorist In years.

nceut grasol'ne tax to allow dlstrlbufitlon ,JII"' "Olll'IIIO. In theItbHcnce* rents per quart less, reports from I ney runs /( assnclat'on! with the n IT.Urn of nut nl he saw the cur and a small Tho prlnclpiil linlnets; of the
of the one cent of tho tax for of Nun h ( ''r.llhlR fiHU-lals am nil Plant City indicating; that although Johns I olllre. : fluniH before 1 o'clock and tried to K.'ilhorlng was n resolution declaring -

.)t-hool and county roads. \\\ltneHNOH ,States Altomey H. the berries were not of first grade. I In the .e I --- Ki't tho driver of the car ho was Into i t the term. 'and conditions on

Th echools get two-thirds of, V. Knight rrprewnlwl thfHljit prices ranged around 31 cents por over *, t Rtop. but fit. lIeu. 'l'um1l1'1l01I., which legal doctors shall bo de-

"''this ona cent tax while the coun- <', iiui-wthiim by him tllrcctcil quart and 18 cents per' pint, nod Senator Florida CountiesMay a CIII'III'rlvlnlt\ nearby stilted Ira ilarud' and tiikon as proper mem

lea get the remainder. Nearly at :\11'. flrrrn IM-IIIR more otu volume dwindling.Mr. .1 saw a small flume at tho spot of bern of the lleinocrallc party In

[:TOOOOO In schoul money is In innlK-r of form.Jiidgc Hallway! tho (' ", Receive Less the wreck about C o'clock\ this l I FlorMn and viitllled% to vote.
.. Davis route agent, :
tho Mate treasury awaiting distribution. Cjelget-'x t ftllntonywiis Jacksonville tire lit morn'III{ us he:! wont to milk his i The chief requirement presented
located at I
to lime <'IT of tlie> Black was in Slarke Tuesdayseelig h ('.'nt tiiiN riiiu .\lVi'mtm'i 11)
4 It la expected that the school "' wentorwal'd ono of the box on flro and paid no : believe In the principles of the
that the first shipment
lOne)', said to be badly needed Creek riiOK|>lmt<<,:Mining ( onm3lIiIili.'in.rg without hitch, and expressed Ktamllng lOSI: ) legislation/ IIItf'nllulI to It. At a o'clock J. I.. \)(>IIIO.'rllllc1IHly\ and will\ support
ntles will be 111111)' nt : und thRtM..j.tnll ( t Johnson of renter 11111 I I 1 la. call- .
Bn many l'"lortdlcou! satisfaction with the manner handled I nd vote for the nominees of theIlu'I
I iMtrlbuted within the next day or M4ts In liN employ hero are last few Should the state comptroller) ; bn oil time Khbi'irf's olllco and staled )' In the onitulng general election.
o by Ernest; Amos, state comptrol- fiM mN Ol'f'1I111.'r. I SIX), until in which shippers tal of the ( (' '(' to must rihuto I the so-called 1 that it cur hail burned tip north (If .
Cawthon. state euperMsor IVbruury I I, 1 flUJ.IOI.j.t1l11: taking advantage of the 8XIH'ellsHcrvlce. Hall\ .. school Hawthorn and there were!' two
jler. W. S. { cent IRS common Former Clovnrnor
Another refrigerator cur Cary ,A.
of public instruction has \\i\n constantly IO>< | during be loaded for ; .. on the basis of (the uv- churreil bod cc III car Deputieslone tlee one of Limo principal spmtkerttof
In now on the sld'ng: to
prepared estimates of the amount thoHO years, Judgi (lelgcrteHtllletl With Croft for school attendance. Instead und ilIl i'ko ,loft Immediately tho, meeting forecast lutllr8e..Uuna
Saturday. ;
out today or
,. |r*ach county will receive on the IIIK! that lit roiilil lie the movement now started In cur/ man at : the aggregate/: us Is now being for the the scene and shortly after "wltkh will\ keep the
ibasls of average attendance pre- not have b,11 absent from t and shooting 27 Florida counties will\ re- a number of of people arrived at state in the Democratic I! column."

\.JBerthed by the supreme court. plant Oil November Sl: I$92, lots buyers, It is that believed the by movement growers willcontinue City: NeU !' less funds from, the IOU,... the wr.... k. Deputy Jones got busy The party lia said should ac-
f Final details of the distribution date. of the* "II.'IC..I heavier until drews\ < revenue since passage of the and finding I tile license number lively support its determination
\,' .>f the remaining two cents of the lie length of hue necoiMitry is reached some six or ford; H. cent tax( act by the 1929 leg was among t tlnmo ass'gned to MarIon "not to sue it debacle like that of
'. in the peak
Ijlvo cent tax will bo determined for him to lu gone date. Orawdy the state department of county, telephoned<< there.Shortly November, 1928, again.
eight weeks from
; -within the next ten days the order thoxn days from FlorMu to Monley bllc inntrui'tlon announced afterward Perkins, body "I "
before the holidays want us t to feel, he continued -
j calling\ on the state to file an .Noi-tlt fnrollnn anti return Starting shortly lug Carter .V move to have tho comptroller) WHS positively) Identified. but It "that HUTS Is practically no
1111".1fl..illl has been
1 answer to the mandate of the supreme without lini-lng iM-en the berry movement In ll rlbule the sixth rent tax fund wan ufter !9 o'clock that posttlvn tied, "that I HUTU Is
court within that period. his flullcH. ,:Mr. Cireon'H going! forward .almost dailY. cold for tho the basis of the average attend( I ItlentiricHtlon! of Hartley was lunger/ of Florida practically no
; ,going Kepubllc -
A few details as to the' dlstrbutlonf .Ivntlinoii.v. 'ol'ro""I'lIh..1 that and rain Interfering, at times with the field Is under way.Opinion OH 1111| M lulled, and I this by tin fart again.." He
u said
of Judge (;elgei'.., :III'. ( VII shipments. Pony refrigerators / however,
: ) the money to be used for-'outt- didate to Aikiil. that tho belt buckle on I the body that "we might keep In mind that -
ty bonded Indebtedness after:! it Is at that tliiH- Ix'lng an .'inplojix nail open express shipments have In this I : State Senator 'I'. '1'. Turnbull of wan engraved/: with iii| "If nndfriend" with the influx of residents -
returned to the counties. may.arise of the phoNhat com constituted tho entire movement June I : tied Jo, who I Introduced I the I knew Hartley\ wan with other states we cannot let the *'
before the final order' I II* signed. liniiy 111111 tlUtlnctljr! winomlierefl until the t sold car of Tuesday. so' far it cent tat bill In the seniile, i I' rklntl. ty drift and think we have no mr.
tltcru for -- op
!Slorgan being! :of \ renuesteil I smli an .\ llorilblt i-tight position."

TWO HTAT1OXH TO FKATCUKHTATI3 "wtcrnl years Couple FoundDead I neyshlp. and ('om III( .Illllorton'I I 'I To time writer who( has 110 eti\ The call for the primaries, the 0

I'HKSS !SCKAP\ HOOK -:-:: \ ent. / /: I has uskcd many hU1'l'1))1IhlnKIi.) tho sightiirenutcl first June 3, nnd the run off June

NirXT FRhI.V1VE1M: John Morgan, resident of thta In Room wlHno$ ( If Duvls for a blanket opin I. one mile north of Hawthorn 24, followed. lie precedent of plan*

section for nearly forty years, was llon.WKIIIv. as to just how (he entire gas on a t'nrvthlll morning, Ing ou the primary ballot the following .
placed in the county jail Saturday - ( common school proceeds of the most horrible hover
As the "State Press Scrap Book" was one appointive o"1<'ell: S.
Introduced luring the last 011 warrants from North Carolina Former Hlili'i of Lake Itntlcr ; : : be dlHlrlbulod.. Mr Davis saw. Thu young men. Henry Judges of circuit courts, stateattorneys

was meeting of the South Florida charging him with the Mur- Dies Front' Overflow<< of :Medl- : : : awaiting disposition( of the \liti It 1'vrklns, aged 22, In charge ot for Judicial district;

Tress Association and as the feature der of one Francis Tally In 1892. tine; IliiNlmiid HulelileitThe over (the 5 cent /gas tax act the men's department In IHucke"1IIII'plIl'll1Iellt Judges of civil courts or record

is designed\/: as a tribute to Another companionreported. to 'plant advising the comptroller I Store, of Ocalu, and and of courts of) crime, solicitor of
Florida's "Fourth Estate," a have been with Morgan on the date following\ Associated ry prices" Should the sixth cent tax be up- WIlllH Hartley, about 27, an employe the criminal courts of record; and -
of the murder Is said to be in Tex- patch from Sneada tells of < off tho basis of the aver .
double header Is planned for next Dill-I. ng on : of Friday evening In honor of the as now, but the authorities did not. death of Mrs. Cordon \V. (dications attendanre, It would mean the i mont, were returning from vacancies exist' 0

]'1d\\tOrR' Meeting and Press Breakfast consider the evidence against him following the taking of a the local of the proceeds of the Shark e, where t hey had called onSOIIIH "Such candidates," the call declares S.-
occurring on that date In Orlando. sufficiently strong to have him arrested headache medicine and of the I mately r'H.t "public free school fund" on : girls at a high rule of speed "shall bn nominated In all

with Morgan. North Caro- suicide of her husband when lie for last hauls. 'Hint fund consists of 11I'"k I,1111' Ford sport coupe eases where the term 'of office of
lina officers were notified of Morgan's discovered. during the night that to be sixth cent tax, a one-fourth
Russell Kay of the Florida Clip- An they went Into the curve Per the Incumbent expires prior to the
ping Service who edits the Scrap arrest and it is understoodthat his wife was dead. Mrs. Stewart II. quarts property tax, and the Interest. I kina evidently lost control of the 31st day of December, 19,11, .

Hook, announces that the regu- formal demand will be made was the daughter of Hon. C. volume the public fund In deopll ltorltB. car amid It whipped alongside of throud Tha ballot also will carry
for his surrender to officials of that Register, former state tag agent, schools also receive the
dications The
pro then
lar program will be broadcast as I for about 250 yards and "judges" the circuit courts criminal -
usual from Station VVFLA Clearwater state for trial.Senator of Lake Duller. looked of a one mill\ tux, fixed by i plunged down a bunk, about six courts of record, state attorneys -

at 7:45: p. m. and a second E.. M. Johns. who has cars or '! const I tut Ion, the Interest on fuel,, .high/; and Into n large pln and county solicitors where
program, especially preparedfor been retained by Morgan is making Sneads. Feb. 18.-Mr. and Mrs. last state ncliool fund, and two- I tree, driving the motor back Into, such otnolaU have been appointed

the state press meeting will a strenuous effort to prevent Oordon W. Stewart of New York quarts of of 1 runt of the I 5) cent gas! tho gnsollno! tank and throwing and not confirmed by the senate.'.

; lie featured from WDBO, Orlando, his client from being taken out aro dead here she as the resultof from collect'on' The latter lit Invol- ono of the helullll1ht; '" distance Mrs. Until Bryan Owen congresswoman -

L4 at 8:45: p. m. of the state on the charge, stating an overdose of medicine and he, Last ( In the litigation over tha I 5 of 201) fuel away t<;very Indication from the fourth district -

: In his conduct of the Florida I that he has evidence showing Morgan a suicide. large day gas tax act, and will not ap pointed to tho fact tluit both I was the principal speaker ot

Clipping Service, Mr. Kay regularly -' has been a resident of Floridafor Bodies of the couple were found 000 until that I Is cleared up.Tha of Urn young men were either lImo morning session<< at. the meet-
A writ of habeascorpus in their hotel room.A shipments nt the de- '
reads every newspaper trade 40( years. today announcement killed Instantly or knocked unconscious Intf.:
journal and magazine published seeking Morgan's release note written by Stewart explained lime of public Instruction as by the Impact. Both --e -

In Florida and selects Interesting, from custody' was filed MondaY'' that he bad awakenedlate turn how the various counties would bodies were still III the car The HI'iiitvisoii4v.itii: ; >

newsy, amusing items which are the hearing being set by Judge last night and found his wife the day \ in distribution( of the "pub- hot exhaust pipe, or shorted wires, ATToitXKY: (;I..i: h'R.L:

woven Into a unique radio program Adkina for Thursday afternoon. dead. He said she had taken an This | : free St lao)1( fund" was bused Immediately United the gasoline, IV l'ltiiMltlMJ; HOOKS
Johns has also received assurance overdose of headache med'clnn.! turn to scholastic .
the "State Press ScrapBook Senator the current year us It streamed from the tank, und -- -
," Intended to bring listeners from Governor Carlton Without her he wrote he could dred t ends on June 30 and Is only both bodies were horribly liii med. Aii the uso of the wrong book

"The Best from the Press." that he would not sign extradition not live. and decided to end It all. sent the estimate. Oftlcluls of tho de- Tho flesh wan burned completely/ might Invalidate an (election Fred

A genuine treat Is in store for papers until a hearing had been Another note, which was not to close however, mild they bu- :, away from the head logs and arm 1 H. Davis, Attorney general warn ,

those who tune In for these two held. 0 maim public by authorities Investigating lion q tbe figure were approxi: and what llttlu. flesh, was left oa supervisor of reg'stratlon: to be

AVFLA Clearwater at In an Interview Wednesday af and which was addressed One )' correct I either torso was burned to a crisp, careful in preparIng new sets of ',

7-46.program and "WDBO. Orlando, at 8:45 ternoon, Morgan stated that he to the New York Herald-Tribune, auction 'rhe count'pa which would re i IHnt'flcaton| was only established registration( book. for the coming

Friday evening. Feb. 21st. knew absolutely nothing of the was believed written only a few brought less money for the present. by Homo rnetnl. ', personal belongings primaries.Inexplaining.
charges against him and that he i minutes before Stewart placed a There term under the average dis, /; of I the two men. the difference botwee -

>0!'f-KKHII; K.\T HT.1TUS left North Carolina before the I revolver to his head and shot him auction bit method Include harvard, On the way up to Sfarke Perkins u the books Mr. Davis says

IS O17TI.INKI) BY DAVIS date of the crime. For several I self. night; the Charlotte, Colllur, Is alleged to have told some, I that In a primary election the voter

IS Rl'LI>G 'OX LICKXSKH: years he worked In the Middle- The bodies were found In bell, 18 cent I "val. Kscambla Oludes, H/1dO'1 men lie had driven 40 miles III 40 I must swear to hs! party affiliation

burg section for some of the older tho woman' head lying I on Stewshoulder -_ ) Highlands, minutes and was going to do the, while In the general election book
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A _cerson coming to Flor'da: taking settlers naming men whom he had art f / He naa puuea u be a ( ( Lee, Levy, Martin. ollceola'i next 12 miles In 11 minutes. ho does not. The use of general

a position ; this Mate and worked for at different \>ier1od$. blanket over them before firing a rice I Beach. Puscn, Young Perkins was t. son of election. books Instead of the primary -

earning: a living here automatically Evidence Is expected to be Intro- bullet through his brain. weather I Johns, tit. Lucle and Surusnta. L W. Perkins, prosperous and books may permit persona

becomes a resident of the state duced at the hearing Thursday afternoon Stewart came to Florida each -' The greatest loss would bo to the highly respucted farmer of Oaks, who are not correctly registered/ to
JLF: : '
and it therefore not entitled to to prove that Morgan was winter from New York. The couple : thickly populated sections, near Ocala, Flu., and valued em voto.Under S
exemption from buying: a state in Florida at the time the crime was married about a year ago, compilation shows Including ploye of mockers.' lie leave a no circumstances should

automobile or truck license. This was committed. and Mrs. Stewart was Relieved to share for Dade county, which mother father and brother. Mr. old registration books of a county

interpretation was placed by Fred The following Associated' Press have formerly lived at Lake But 1\rs. be cut from 1122,017.72 to Hartley's relative live In OeorgU be destroyed even though new-
II. Davis, attorney general,'upon a dispatches cover some details of ler. He was about 60 years old. : winner ; Duval from $146- and ho had just returned from a ones are prepared In order that ,'
recent ruling by the motor vehicle the axe murder of 38 years ago The authorities here knew nothing -'test" last to 135073.08: Hlllsbor visit to them yesterday afternoon. they may be referred to In case of ,

>commissioner which has been. laid atMorgan'sdoor of the business Stewart might I $159,873.88 to $146,416.48 Friends of the young men state a dispute according to M.. Oavia.OM '

'Federal 'court have held that : have been engaged In, and little I tlful the other large counties on a that Perkins was In the habit of .

>eV4t"> 'a temporary borne In state about the couple. Mr*. less scale. "dozing off" when driving late at {: UOOIJ FIMIIKHMAX:

flies: : the status of residence In the 17. ist; of 0T.TI' night and attribute this fact a. I HTAIITH IIOMK f'UIDAV
N. C.. Feb. -
state where the temporary home 1* HUNTINO HKAKO.V CIOHKI : ....\11)1 IIK1IIT OK Vs'AYCounty the cause of the accident. Friends
of John Morgan In Mr '
;The arrest Stuart, Feb. 13.Rer.. Lv. -
located. The establishment of atemporary and employer!' of both of the
Starke Fla., yesterday has revived closed in this graph to Klckllter of Stark, Bradford
home In Florida for thepurpose Hunting season Engineer Edwards re young men are very empathic In
II 38-year-old murder mystery according to award county who hits, the sit
Saturday spent past
of business to be transacted state last practically the entire length the statement that neither of them
to announcement from omce of the drank at all. weeks here visiting his ion and
in this state will\ cause one here.From details the new state farm road secured
lose status as a non-resident, at dusty documents state game commissioner at Tallahassee The property owners only three An Ocala undertaker took daughter L. C Klckllter and Mrs.

much as if one buy a house and of one of the most gruesome and and It Is his hope that to show owners remaining to be sign charge of the remain and will Agatha Thomas, will leave for
sensational 'crimes In Stanleycounty will not be home Friday morning. lIe will stop
violation burial. i
lot and announces Intention of living game up Wednesday. Change/ from prepare them for
in Florida, according to Mr.Dayl. were being unearthed today charged; against any hunters during -I buyer original survey were minor In Sanford anil visit his daughter, '

*. the 'Murder of Francis Tal the closed season. The last I these It being found Impossible to W. .\TI"H: ilK:l'OhlT Mrs. J, A. Cunningham who form- ,
I ly. season was said to be one when known material changes ac erly lived in Stuart. lie Is 84 years
-Mrs. Edythe Montgomery left Other Arrvnt* Expected; game was to be found In abundance -I I vertise to the state highway de- For week ending, Feb. 19, 1530.! of age. but does not Impress peo- .

Sunday afternoon for Rome Oa., Meantime officers announcedthey in almost every section of the erence Work will probably I Date Max. Mln. Preclp. ple as being old, having young

,to" attend the next session of the expected to arrest additional Don state. The ; on grading this end of the Feb. 12 78 46 way lie I* fond of a good Joke. .
persona here and Solicitor spread IleV. Klckllter baa been
Manager's Training School for within. short time to con Feb. 13 79 BO very
Western' Union manager Mrs. Phillips said be was preparing extradition IIIKTIIH entering with grading work now Feb. 14 73 69- .82 bard on the Asa during his stay ,

Montgomery: win be'gone for three papers for Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Dee. Middleburg counties up done In Baker county by Feb. 15 65 54 1.74Feb. here and It It probable they will

months expecting to return to The murder of Francis Tally on girl, Feb. It. greta forcvt. 18 62 43 be glad to .ee him go. Whetherhe
Starke about June first. Mr. Carter November 21, 1892. had for years Mr. and 1\oIrs. Edgar Avery, article Feb. 17 56 39 T fishes alona or a* a member of

from the superintendent's office been listed M another "unsolved"mystery. Hampton boy, Feb.. 19.Clermont row the Key West Coral park: at foot Feb. 18 U 43 a party he Is alwaya the star ang !

-will have charge of the local Vf*.- Whltebead street being cleared feb. 19 -... 45 lamHe. alwaj lees that no entity \
The man, an aged bachelor, Don' Service rainfall for week 2.6ft In. flan escapes.
.tern Union during Mr. Montgom- 0 recreational purpose Total '(
.er,'. absence. (Continued on page W.) I Iru..k1W'.I. 'opened for bllalneall., proved I 1}j!

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.I Clara Flume J. N. Oliver Billy Iog\" Mr. Maurice Brown of Miller Hodge in Starke last week. We 'Fame of Sargon

Powell. Miss Jessie Williams spent Sunday afternoon here with wish him a speedy recovery.
B. H. S. leach! er.Fifth. Lena Belle.: "What letter in the
iK: JOURNALC grade: Virginia Alvarez, alphabet is drunk" frlendfl. Miss Melbree- Hodges and Mr. Now Nation-Wide

= Ala Mae Andrews Elizabeth Craig. Hazel U.: "I'll bte! ; which one Miss Stella Mae Ward of Jacksonville Maurice Brown were visiting hissister I. _

CI' = Is it?" the week-end here Mrs. Turner 11111 in Hampton -
: NIIWl4p"p.n spent ,
: STAFFPEAULU Krma Sloan Martha Slade, Bertia Big New York Finn with Ur8n" ,.
Lena Belle: "The wobble you." with her mother Mrs. T. P. 'VlI.rd.1 last Sunday.Mr. .
11tor-lnChlf . _. PAUT. KNTOJIT Mae Ward Mae Mersereau, Don
- -- III CltleM
T AiiIitnnt Hdltor .___ MANN1MQ EVA JIIAt'"OT"N 1.11 StUJe '. Miss Eunice M.'. and Mrs. J,;. S. Gainey and Mallle Surrency and Lorena Leading HHIInK III,

D'' I .1nke Uilltor;HdltorKtmlor ._ u_.'_,... .. LT1)t.PTt- 0 I!(UAl.lioiiissov$T1tLTIL! c rL';' teacher.) Perkins Ralph: "I've heard quite a bit children of Plant City spent Sun- Greene were visiting friends in Itato of Over Million llom.,
Sport* !
'1 -
', lli>oiter _. _: _.__ LLNA II,,:LJH HHKI'Altn, IPANNII :I about you." day here with friends and rela- Lake Butler last Sunday.Mr. Yearly" California Also I:
__ .) MAR 1'1\11,:> K Sixth grade: ElaineVynn, Lillian *|11I1,l|{
,) 'r.1 r "- Junior! lleporlerHnohoniore UcporterKmHhmnn .-_-_-_-_--- ----_-_-..--'-- . HUN HTiiiMiiitii' KMA Slernbarg' A. W Anderson Daisy: "That's not strange-I've ti veil. Dana Duke ot Lake Butler nt nute of Million Hottlrk. .,
acfo / KvnurtvrSrmrlnl _.,,_ --r- - -'V FIHOWNLKM bi clone a lot." Mr. and Mrs. CJyde: Ward of attended B. Y. P. U. here last Sun- 1'.1&1'
1 ji{! ]{,,<><>rl *rii. ._ ERTELLE KF.NIIdl"K IIAI.MKJ .1NI.1 r K:;( Loin J u del( Boyd Llmmer Juno here
.I i ] Jacksonville spent Sunday as day night.A .
Faculty Mupervlnor: MISS: :: FLOltliNCW MAT1IUJWH: p Smith, Robert McCan'! Vonda In- -

.\ I.,.. ._...:"....-..."-.;"",",;;..";"0"="""=..."...."."."........"..."."."........I.:.':.>..C'II..-:':_3ITJF3C-_':-LJI-JI.Jl.'JI.JU'JUJt..ll.-:--:'-:-:--:-;-:II,-"-UrJ': -: ;:-C3Cl7g'r'3MM ;--" -- nian.! Miss Minnie Qruber, teach- Ludle B : "Alice is" always up guest of his mother, Mrs. T. P. large' crowd of young folks When SarKon, was first g:vcn .
to her chin in music ward. at the home
enjoyed a pnrty given the world well known author..
: (:< | XC'"," tlilVokt a bald hoed with an and:ble I oi.. Kathryn 'V.: "How come." Mrs. T. P. Ward and daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mathenylast predicted!' It would become ,
We have finished work on the that seat Is In Seventh grade: Myra Ftlnk, om
smack occupied.
f Lucile B: "She's a violinist Florene, were transact'ng businessJn Saturday n gnt The weather the great outstanding health
1. Bradcohlan! It Is now In Atlanta,, Helen Mersereau Dorothy Sapp I
this case try again until you find Louis t. Snyder, Alma Thornton. Starke last Tuesday. I I was very bad and the games were Ing remedied of' the ago, bin

to d; f being published. Thu Drndcohlanis ) one that is not taken. You push: I lIsFt Maud Mitchell. teacher. Theodore: "What are Roman Mrs. II. Galney who has been all played on tho inside.. men of science who labored '

i'JeL 1 is to be an attractive year book numerals?" spending,! some time III Dukes with The crowd departed at about to perfect it little ,
with modernlslIS IIiOmiT;--It con; the- lady In ahead of you and sit EIghth: ; grade: Lola Adklna!, years dreni,
t a 'UoBBle C.: "Athletic awards at friends! and< relativeS! returned} Ifto! bout of eleven and all It would become a household
down hard In doing thin
with photo- you may Hthyln Barren} Martha Brownlee, o
tame sixty 'pages "
: A I the University of. Rome. home Saturday. reported) of having had a. very nice In so short a time.
T c graphs of I the h'gh'! school faculty possibly break the toes of the parson I3unnle Canova, Kathryn Haynes,
Mr. Nathan Prevail of Stance
and students. .Also there are sevcral Hitting behind who had his feet KUiy Jof"! : <>d, S. II. Johns Lois time. I According to the statement*
I ta; :KfiK> WASHINGTON' was visiting here last! Tuesday. 1'leirne remember B. Y. P. U.
clever articles pertaining to tlckng: through the seat After Long, Charles McMillan, S. L. people everywhere who bay,
;. h'> If P. Galney ;was visiting in every Sunday night, members are tually it to the
our school life. The snapshots Hovoral signs advertising the latest I Pack, Jr., Elena Prather, Marguerite put tent it
wero carefully selected from a moiUls of Ford and corsets, tin Prevail Dorothy Swanbom. a llght.A etaol etaoln! nil nu uu Dukes and: Lake Butler, last Sat- urged to be present and all vlal- stating literally hundreds of th, f

$ I treat; variety and nro very unUBual. film flickers! on the screen ana I N'nth /grade: Mary Brownlee, Within hs! heart there flamed< aJlpb urday. Loris welcome. anita( of weak run-down i II
I the 63rd of tho "Tortures ; t.PI'orJalmlng, Mr. Lewis Shrver: and Ted Red The ninth grade EnJoyed: a. weln- nick) discouraged
4 The ads, contributed by cplnode\ Liirllo Edwards! Tna Forsyth Hope men and w' "
K/ I Bradford .county wide-awake business of Tilly" 'In begun. The series han Haynes, Sun hlnp Hundley, Louise rightness over might.; were Ironflactlny business In er roast given by Mr. and Mrs. C, by somo of ,the latest and I

men, and jokes make up one i I been. running, since a year ago last Mal'cotla.Tenth lie formed an army to uphold, Starke hint Monday, I S. Laird last Wednesday night at advanced methods known to n'

xectlon. The cover and borders August, but as the young lady has grade: Patsy Brlnson, Ida The power of mercy over gold. Mi' Carl Hough was attending I Hampton Beach. Several games lent science.

L.. lire to be of light green and, as not missed any of the series, you Mae Conner, Louise Edwards, Written by Vonda Inman 6th to bushiest in Starke' last Mon ware played before supper and at The demand for Sargon I' n

I mentioned above in modernistic! are supposed to be properly excited :Miriam\ Ja<'obs, Novella King! grade in English work, Miss Minnie day. ter supper the crowd departed at ably without parallel III the '

q : design We have put In an order when a man in Ilong black Jean Laird. Ortho Matheny Melba Umber teacher: Mr. Robby Parrlsh of Dukes was about the hour of ten. Those : tory of the drug trade. III t
for one' hundred and thirty tlve cloak a slouch hat and a mask Sllcox Ben Sternberg, Elholln \\atsliligton visiting here last Saturday and present besides the ninth grade state of California alone. U w

copies which will be ready for( distribution appears In an '05 model Hu'ck: and White. Washington never told a lie. Sunday. were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lard! Mr. require over one million bottlon

by the clone of school. seizing the good looking but aim- Kleventh grade: Hazel Adklns, I lie always told the truth. Mi. Paul Stewart of- Jacksonville A. J. Grlflla Misses Inez Newmans, simply the people of Callfor

ple-mlnded heroine gently by the Milton Brownlee, Alice /Fernandez The brave man went through all spent Tuesday night herewith l Pearl Galney Jean Laird, Iris during; the first twelve months

The regular (hupel hour was nape of the neck, hurls her into Gary Overstreel Muriel SII- his I'fe! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Brown, Zuleana Waters and Elsie ter it was placed on sale.

I conducted last Thursday by Dr. the tai, and dashes off at a rate of cox. Uachael Sllcox, Bill Wainwright And was known as the truthful Stewart Barry One big New York firm, wi') ,
several miles hour. youth.Washington. Mi'\ H. P. Galney was transact- Mr. C. II. l'I
; Guy of the Starke Methodist! Ruth Williams. i-escottv wholesale houses in leading cltli
church Dr. Guy spoke on the When the.picture i Is! ended restrain Twelfth grade: Guy Andrews, lug bus'ness: In Jacksonville last Tho death angel entered the have sold and distributed 908.1 s i

Ait ( need of Cuba and Mexico. "Our any desire to clap your Louisa Hayes, Jeanette Johns, I the man so great Monday. home of Mrs. C. 13. Prescott Feb. bottles In the past eight month

I neighbors( ," with whose development hands or groan aa this la comingto Gertie Johnson Pearle Manning, I lie fought to save the American Mr. Lewis was alluding to business 3rd, and took from their midst, or at the rate of one million and
bo had form. It is however states. in Starke last Tuesday their beloved husband and falher. .
{ we are vitally' concerned. Dr. Eva Marcotte Edna Stansbury a Quarter bottles per year.
.. '
, Ouy gave a summary of the history proper to get up In the middle of Lester Sponholtz Hazel Underbill. He fought in battles great and Misses Gladys Dukes and Dorothy Mr. Prescott was born here In the Kansas Cty: wholesale and tv-

1 I, of Cuba. showing Its Blow deI -' 'the picture, and gently but firmly small. Tyson and Mr. Dana Dukes of month of April 1887, and died tail firms have sold and dlstribin

A. ; '. velopment until the last few years. crowd out past a couple of fat ladles HOT TIPS '3JS3 And won the victory ot them all. Lake Butler attended a party giv- here Feb. 3, 1930. He was a promInent ed over 300,000 bottles within I

E1. I and a cripple. Take as much Mildred McRae, 6th grade. en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. citizen of this community, months
I There are, in spite! of the rapid improvements or an average of almost
; during the last few time as possible to do or- Pout! mast or: "What's that peculiar M. P. Matheny\ last Saturday eve- living here all his life and was one bottle for every family In th<.

M' 1 years. many 'Ways in wblch we as 'der to obscure the view of the rest odor around here" ........................ ning.Mrs. loved by" all who knew him. stale of Kansas.

American citizens can aid Cuba in of the patrons as much aa possi- Clerk: "Probably the dead letters Mary Mott of Wateroak The body was laid to rest at De- Texas dealers required aim! ,

? 1fI becoming Americanized. ble. In going out let fall a few re- elr." : BROOKER celebrated her seventy-fifth birth- dan cemetery Feb. 3. The funeral carloads the first four months. In

{ \ .1 marks, such as "punk show" for Miss Pearln Gain!!',. day last Tuesday February 18th. services were conducted by Rev. the Northwest, the Twin Cities ot r

: A1M the benefit of the ushers. Cornelius: "Gosh I'd hate to be Among those from here were: Mr. Taylor of Hampton. lie leaves to Minneapolis and St. Paul havi

:MOW TO IlKIIAVKAT: -Blue Print. a flsh." I ........................ J. R. Molt and children Mr. and' mourn his death his wife, Mrs.C. been selling at the rate of over

;M THH MOVIKMOn : Bill W. "Thassa soi-why Strickland Mrs. John Mott Mrs. I. W. Pin-
: ? Miss Evelyn of Starke I). Prescott five children, Mr. $100,000 per year to say nothlnn

1IONOH: HOM. Cornelius: "Because then I'd spent the week-end here as guest holster and Miss Mary Mott. Clyde Prescott, Fort Bennlng,, Ga., of the immense wholesale dlslrlbii

t i approaching the millionaire -- have to live in schools all my life" of Miss Pearl Oalney.I Mr.\ L. R. Galney and( Miss Lois Orea Inus, Paul and Claude Prescott tion. Sales in other sections have

1i :? who presides behind the plate- 1st grade A and B class: Grace I Miss Mildred Norman of Water- Juluey were transacting business of here, who were living with been correspondingly large.

.,. 'glass window with the little holes Green Margaret Pierce, Alice Pet- Victor: "I'd like to take you'to oak. spent the week-end as guest In Starke last Monday. their parents. Four sisters, Mrs. Back of Sargon's triumph in tin.

in it, push 'out an iron man with : erson, Mildred\ Wlll'ams! Winton' the theatre, but the seats won't be of Miss Lois Galney. Mr. and Mrs. Crews and ]Mr. J. Ellen Padgett, Brooker Mrs. Flor- drug stores is Sargon's triumph

: two fingers; In return he will give' Sumner Archibald Thomas Mel- comfortable" Mr. Ressle Colson was visitingin D. Baxter were attending to business ence Johnson Graham, Mrs. Ella In the homes. When a suffering

,I you slips' of yellow pope; marked via Wiggins. Mrs. Herbert Rltch Patsy: "Why?" Hampton last Friday. in Starke last Tuesday. Hargraves Avon Park, Mrs. Mary man or woman finds a medicine

lOc and slxtyflve cents In change. teacher.' Victor: "The government puts a Mrs. R. W. Brannen and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Thomas of Hartley of Long od; three brothers that helps them they Invariable!

As you have one of the fair sex Low first: Katherine Stafford tax on them." Pauline, of Lake Butler spent Lacrosse passed through here Mr. Ell Prescott Lawtey, Mr. tell their friends about It, and III

4 4I 4t t k with you. you will not count your Ruth Wyman.. Miss Olive Ray -- Sunday here as guest of her parents Sunday en route to Union church. Levy Prescott, Brooker and Mr. this way tile fame of Sargon I is

change. The man behind the win teacher Pearle M.: "Oh boy! That can- Mr. and Mrs. II P. Galney. Mr and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Oeorgo Prescott Avon Park. spreading from coast to coast

; & P1 ". dow knows thin, Then you pro- Second grade: Jack Halle Jew- dy surely makes my mouth water." Mi' and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and son, Clarence, attended church at Miss Lou'se: Tipplns a member sweeping the country like a great

:' ceed through a swinging door into ett Kogg Tommie Rltch, Emmett Halite: "Here's a blotler." Mr. L. R. Galney and Misses Mildred Union last Sunday. of this school faculty, spent the tidal wave.

d' ; 'a hot dark cavern. If you are a Perryman. Handle Wiggins M. V. Norman and Lois Galney Mrs,II'. P. Gainey and children week-end at her home in Green No matter where you go-northeast

man of determination, you will Johns Ralph Rhodes, IIarch Hart Mr. Harrison (in English) : were visiting in Jacksonville( last and Miss Evelyn Strickland were Cove Springs. south or west-Sargoa
ti, seize the girl firmly by one wrist Vera Manning Margaret, Lowry, "Name a collective noun." Sunday and were accompanied visiting friends In Lake Butler last Mr. W. M. Moody of Lacrosse*, bringing health thousands, and

[C... .t4'r i i and with the other hand aluck Allie Mae Slade, Frankie Rltch, Sam A.: "Ash can." home by Mr. Gainey's grandson, Sunday. passed through here last Sundayen many foreign countries are now
out at an angle of 45 degrees to Jessie Ricks. Miss
Ethel Griffin, Elmer Glen Crosby Mrs. Minnie Atkins was called to route to Union, where he filled clamoring for it. Canova. Fiurmacy. -
I II ( the south grope your way down teachei Pearls J.: "I want something the bedside of her
: r I Mr. Orval Ward of Jacksonville father Mr. his regular appointment as pastor. Agents.-Adv.
i. t: the aisle in search of a vacant Third A class: McKay Johnson, of fleas" spent Monday here with his mother -" . -- - --- ",, -- .-- .. .-

1 seat.f the extended hand slaps Mellle Sllcox Pauline Newsom Hilda( S.: "Why don't you get a Mrs. T. P. Ward.

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I, !$I f: :. from 59 Mile Road,

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II Ir Petersburg Railroad Earliest Constituent of 1" '- ' ,"..:Kff; I
Company: '';;, '. :," -:''' L,, .. BY
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Present Far-Flung System Founded "<" FISHER
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I:h1 100 Years Ago. '

i : Just one hundred years ago Monday looking affairs; more like a boy's) ; most Where d.some... .rat.of 8"hl.tht SMOOTH

.1gi February 10, a little group of'' ilaythfng than the great iron horses lug of the war lit.twain .
of the present day. The "carrlajCea"rth th. state. '....If
alert men of Petersburg Va. ventured VIacsYerl' ....U.. s'I| .
first In railroad building modeled after the stage coaches Fort Damnation"
a step :
time and must have oven near Peterslmrr, v.... QUIET
which has lengthened Into the more vastly uncomfortable. In any event When Petersburg toll, .
? than .000 mile ol steel highway he old cuts, .how the passengers and, rsllrosds eoniprlnlnir .
sitting very atlft and erect u though the "lire, M
_ known a. the Atlantic CoaaC Una they rather regretting having decidedto line. sf ConfenVmi; *
Railroad. More than 100 railroads were est by. """."*'.. I-O'VERFUL
_t try anything so foolhardy tn-! the .... ol
/ t war brought together to form the gin. car. and all were hardly .. long Soatb was*doomed.the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company as a present-day locomotive.
and that Company today owns But a. primitive ind as awkward
; ( or control 14.480 mile of rails. sa the early railroad. were they came During the War between the States West Point. Through the Louisvilleand -
,' Nashville It 1* Interested In theNashville. The minute you step on the accelerator of the
from Petersburg. Va.. to aa a Godsend to the merchants and the Petersburg Railroad the Wilmington new

_ _ : Blakely Reaching, Va., a point near the North farmers country of along that time.the South For the Atlantic whole and W>ldon. and the Rich and other. Chpttanooga line I and nas a dI I lease St.: Louis bict I Chevrolet Six::, you realize that Chevrolet has again

.. ; Carolina line "a mile and a half below "- Coast and In the Piedmont was stag mond important and to f .burg CaUse of were the vitally Confederacy Interest In the Western Railway of -at greatly introduced a new standard of performance into the
the fall of the Roanoka river. Dating from lack of quick and dependable Alabama. These railroad In connj
t the Petersburg railroad wo only 69 transportation that wouldwrmlt because they connected tlon with the Atlantic Coaet Line Reduced Prices low-price field.
J I Wilmington! the principal port opento havo a total of approximately 14.ibO .
.. mile long. When completed It bad ready interchange", ol trade blockade runners that brought '
1 no rail connection at either end and marketing of farm crops. supplies and munition to Lee's tattered mile of Una. The Roadster 1 $4i15 You will notice, first of all, its smooth, silent flow of
: _
The Atlantic Coast Line 1. also interested
_ But so carefully.. the location of Th. building of the Petersburg force.. with Richmond the -----
I the early railroad elected that it 1. Railroad wo followed by a great In- capItol of the Confederacy. These in the Peninsula and Occidental power. It has a new 48-pound crankshaft new

today a part of the main line of the ream In the trade of the City of three railroad became "the 'bread era te. Steamship a line of Company steamer whiCh betweci UD- The Phaeton _______ $193 bronze-bushedplstons, and positive lubrication of
Petersburg and the lIne of the Confederacy. and were
; Atlantic Coast Line, one of the by dev.lopm.lltof
principal Port Key West' and Hnvnra,
Tampa all
; the section It served essential to the operations of the the bearings
t arteries of trade and travel bet The early railroad buUdera bad armies' of the South In Virginia. and the Chesapeake steamship. Company : The Roadster
Sport .... $555
twen .
the North and the Bouth.t plenty of trouble. raids mad. Federal operating' steamer bctvetn
Hardly waa the Many were by
Baltimore and Norfolk, ard find stable
The 'eternburg road Richmond smooth., readability at
t Petersburg Railroad wa on. completed before the force to cut this line. and the ruin every
0 ( ot the first railroad light strip iron began to break unuer of fort erected to protect strategiC West Point, Va. Indirectly It I* interested The Coach $563 The
to be constructed In Pan-American Airway,. __________ speed. four long semi-elliptic springs are under"the
he straIn of tra I still be the
In the South, and Indeed in the 'le. The locomotive. point can seen along ,
were built to haul only light load Atlantic Coast Line. Ino Its train furnish connection cushioned control of
t Lovejoy
whole shock
country, for the South
via at Miami with plane this company -
Very quick to adopt the railroad oa and luslneea In order to take car. of tile After the War between the State for Havana. San Juan and The Coupe _________ $565 absorbers!
they either had to be
t relief run far-seeing Baltimore buslnea men other points in the West IncUrs *&
a from the dower and uncertaIn aiter than
ft I transportation ey water and ended or to make more originally trips than In- acquired three roads controlling together Interests with other, In railroads the. and well South a* to America.Mexico. tlie Canal hot,. The Sport Coupe ---:- $653 You will discover even greater reserves of
_ I park horse and wagon. lad been planned. The result .... I I In North and South Carolina power.
i i Among other thing. It* charter hat a large part of the net earn- At that time the -Atlantic CoastLine" Thus from a flftj-nlne hundred milt railroad The motor has been increased in capacity to 59
logs of the railroad had to be chartered on. year* The Club Sedan $625
pent the of the route .
'ranted wo designation -----
permission "to erect tollgate horsepower.
ha of the
one Largest(
for new Iron and heavier ago grown
followed those railroad.. which
on the line and scales at It* by and moat Important transportation
_ _ intend of being .
distributed a dlvtLends. retained their corporate identitIeS
various depot." apparently contemplatIng : systems of the country. The Sedan .-.. $675
but which war operated under the -- ------- And above all to be
J that the public might be The main line of the AClutUla you are sure surprised at the'
Then direction of common man.lemene.In
came hard times when a .
i allowed to use the rail over which were poor and money wa scare crop 1 . however they were brought Coast Line from Richmond to J,'clcsonvllla The Sedan Delivery $595 ".,rlce. For, with all Its extra quality-the new Chevrolet -
la laid
1 .I to haul freight In equipment .of But the the Atlantic Coast Una tracked with --
_____ Its Petersburg Railroad struggled together in Six Is offered
steel and ballasted with at reduced
S !I own A charge of 1314 cent, per ton along managing somehow to keep out Railroad Company.In . heavy cruaaed greatly prices!
1 I mile ... authorized for of the .eherlS nnnds, and gradually stoner gravel or flag. It In ->"o-
freight acquired Light Chassis
or 1002 thl.
Company Delivery $363
.' .
., 80O a ton for the distance of 68 handle improved.1U, facllltle* until It could the Plant System with extensive port tected of by the automatic way by block automatic algnU ":.a I mile, This 1* quite In It btmlneu efficiently. line I>| South Carolina. Georgia .
contrast to I control. Six
Interlocking plant rd ::- : In
i the present average of a little more In the meantime other railroad Florida and Alabama, and assumed all draw' bridge and Important ru.lroad : 11-2 Ton Chassis ____ $520 come today.
,than 1 cent that the railroad re lad been built. The Wilmington! and approximately It* present roportlon erouln<;.. Train dlspatcl'.log: ,la
Raleigh, later the WUmln and
ceive u-o construction and
for hauling By new purchaseand
a ton
freightS don by telephone.
( per mile. The Weldun I reached from a point near teas of other road* the mileageof :4 11-2 Ton Chassis with
net profit the Peters The train operated by the C..a a
. the southern terminus ot the Petersburg the THIS GREATESTCHEVROLET
has been Increased
burg Railroad was allowed to company Line are the equal in speed and Cab
earn railroad to Wilmington, chief $625
however and on January 1, - -------
was to amount to a sum equal to the seaport of North Carolina. 'waa 11I3(). the Atlantic Coast Line operate equipment of those operated bj any "
capital stock expended with Interest let mile long and at that; Mm the a total of a,193 miles of railroad railroad on the contInent The Havana ;
at 8 per cent from the longest railroad In the world. The Special, between Mew Tor in<* r
the la the six southeastern!! States.
; was paid by the money Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Key West I* the fastest train Ir II. All prior f. o. b. factory
jecelved back in net stockholders. until lad .been constructed from Petersburg In 1902 the Atlantic Coast! Una world for the distance covered '''e Flint, Michigan IN DIEftOI.ET nun-orer'
this profit After to Richmond and north of that acquired a controlling Florida Special operating In itt 3rd
rate were to ba fixed so that point the Richmond. Fred.rlck.bUrl\l:\: stock ot the Louisville and'J."m season, U the oldest known de ':.. ,
the road could earn 6 per cent on and Potomac carried the traveller on railroad. tourist train. A number of ...lef ,
the capital stock above running ..xpense. toward Washington a boat being used In addition. tha Atlantic Coast equally famous train could be len.
*. to complete the trip. Line I Monad -
closely affiliated with the
So accustomed are wa of today to .Prom Wilmington a line of steamers Charleston: and Western Carolina. the One hundred year ago th "-r> Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Co.
the heavy steel roll. gigantic loco- operated by the Wilmington and Northwestern Railroad of South Caro sighted founder of the Pet. ..r,*;
motives and steel couches and aleepln Ralelgn piled overnight to and from.Charleston. lina. It own a majority of stock of Railroad foresaw the eventual :>l.
( car .that am la aommoo use. At th* Tatter point .eon the ColumbIa. Newberry and Laur- opman of a "Great Hlrfhwsv ha
'" t that the nectlon via made with the Charles sail the Atlantic BlrmlnRham andoat Union" that would connect t).' 'band
exjutpmsnt of th Pet. .- '. .
burg and the jther r ton and Rambrrff Railroad and with < the Tampa Southern.!! the Fort the South and :urovtd I 'ck Starke -
l csrat early railroad Torlous stag lines to the Couth.!! Myers Southern!! and -other railroad and dependable mean of run. on Florida
DMmltiv Indeed. Together with the Loutavlll and
In 184O the the trade and communication .nv
The track consisted of trip from Montgomery. Nashville It lease* the Georgia Railroad ' two ,
pine timber Alabama to Baltimore .. this sections. Their enthutl" .act
on which strips of strap Iron were required a full week which o er rout and the CllnchfUld andtml.* optimism h.,. been more t*.- ,'I-
2\al1'-' Measured by modern stand sidered waa con through ownership and under the fled bT the growth! of tl Ma 'A
srde the locomotive, wjjrt queer the. journey.a remarkably short tlma lot teas of the Georgia RaIlroad. a ma.Jomv Coaat Line from the Uttlc 'u* SIX -IN THE PRICE RANGE QF THE POURS
: of stock: la the Ayanta .and- mil* Petersburg B41roar

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-. ,- -,- ----,-------,- ---_.. Is said to be wanted for abduction. rode, a chocolate candy' Kewple, University provided the second en- .I......................<''. "land of hog and hominy." ThatIt

I' He wee arrested at the close of i holding a heart. The second prize tertainment on the Chautauqua HAMPTON. J lives tip to Its reputation can
News of Florida in Short ParagraphsLLIVESTATE I his tent service last night as he : be easily proved, especially as it
i! fell to Mary Edwards. The delightful comedy, .
shook hands with his congregation program. MI. Ado NI....... ('oP.
The Valentine Idea carried "111.', Prim Pauses by Milne, slogan
Annette Harris and Edith was By" i1
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;, Hankln, each 21 years old, were .out in the refrexhmentR In the war given In a truly professionalmanner \paper quotes R. S. Dennis, agricultural -
i U, M Favor and daiiRh-
dl tallied by the city welfare department I renter of tho tulile a red bosket and was enthuulastlcally Mrs ; agent as saying that the

r NEWS : following their alleged i of red roses with a heart of green received l by a large! audience tor, Miss Mary Blanche, had as farmer of Taylor county I live
confession that they accompanied smllax.) The cukes wero In the The Sunday afternoon service at their guest lust' week, Mrs. Fa- I killed not less than a million
Shoemaker here'. Officials department ver's sister Mrs. T. J. Thomas of
said shape of beam pierced by a red pounds ot pork this season. This.
of justice agents would candy. Red gelatine/ with whip: the Cump-of-Oie-I'iiInia was largely ; Valdosta, Ga. I largo amount ot pork does not figure -
be apprised of tho case. Shoemaker ped cream was served In lovely attended In spite of the (cold Rev Dixon of Jacksonville, pastor In the amount which Is ship
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Is said to have a wife and green glasses. The favors were the services were held In the of the first Christian church
two children at East Alton. 111. He here filled his, regular appointment conserva-tive I
red roses filled with candy hearts. main: building Instead l of the auditorium ;
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--_- .------- -- -- -------n -nn ----_- recently, held meetings at Tampa Games were enjoyed after the and everyone was very last Sunday.Mr. .

JII.ksonvUle--Mrs.; Willie Smith light a cigar while driving an au- and Winter Haven. refreshments comfortable. The subject was : and Mrs. J. B. Ackley. Mr. dividuals or saved for home con-

hid her brother, Roy H, Wynn todaY tomobile, early today proved fatalto The next regular meeting of the "The (Hook and Its Hero" Next Sloan and 1 Mr Carverly. are sumption. The greater part of
J. W. Benkendrof, 35, an electrical Miami With the status of I sewing circle will be with Gullda Sunday Feb.x:2!3, the subject will upending this week in South Flor-! this pork In placed In tho rooms
+ were convicted on a charge ' contractor of Sarasota lie metropolitan Miami's gamblingas I Marie Thede. 1m "Who Is Knocking at the
'f murdering the woman's husi'and. was fatally Injured when his car yet undetermined, oppos- Mr. and Mrs It. R. Thede and Door." other points of Interest. Cold Storage Company

,Curtis S. Smith a window got beyond control as he lit a ing forces in the battle against. enforcement family spent Sunday in Jacksonville I Mr. and Mm. E. 0. Reamer and Mr. and Mrs O. Haynes and *
e l\tner. In an attempt to collect match and overturned on the Tam- of anti-gambling; lawsin with Mr. and Mrs. Herman children, Barbara Ann and Dick "trs. P. H. Hunt were tho guestsof ; An estimate" appearing In the
$JI2.000 Insurance on Smith's life. laml Trail near here. Benkendrof this winter playground were reported Thode. of Franklin, 1'1alltl Mrs.\ Martin Mr. and Mrs Uny-ien' daughter Ocala Star that more than
-- died while being taken to a local to be holding councils of Mr. and Mr, John Myrlck of of Cleveland Ohio Are In Mr.\ Mrs. 1'. J, Pearce of Starke eighty thousand! people visited. the>
I'Jacksovile---The body ot llar7v hospital by a party of Sarasota war tonight. The Indefinite linesof JackBonvllle\ slant Sunday hero John Houser'n nptirtment for a last Monday. world-famous Silver Spring, located -
Cobb 31', stonecutter, !was youths who removed h'm from the war, part of them\ understood with; her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. month or two Mi and Mrs. R. W. Kennedy, near that city, during the
found In a shallow ditch near his beneath the overturned sedan to be drawn between members I'. Terry. Mr. and Mrs J, II. l Lawrence" returned who have: been visiting/ In Jacksonville months December\ and January

' home here today. Police express- Accompanied by his wife, be was of the winter gambling tri.- Mrs. K. }L lIu'l1ey'anll\ daughter \ Wednosdny from a short have returned to their Judging from the number ot Silver
,It tho belief he fell Into the ditch en route borne from a ledge dance. ternlty, have left o h'lals and were shopping In Jacksonville\ trip down the state, hornet here!! t I Springs/ signs; noticed on the bumpers
;and was drowned while walking Mrs. Benkendrof, seeing that the gamblers in the dark. Raids late Saturday.Mrs. :Mi Kenneth Love Washing Tim Hampton school had Its 4- ot automobiles with Florida
orne during a heavy' rain last car was to overturn; opened the last night by deputy sheriffs however DV Myore and two ton, H. C., who la working for his II Club meeting lust Tuesday, Feb. and out. of state tags, nobody wH!
ight. door at her side and was hurled more nor less def.ued: the daughters, spent a few days In mlt.ler'R dcineu! at University nfl the llth at two o'clock.\ Two : 1"IRou1' to dispute the count From'''
", ----- from the machine as. It tipped ov- stand of law enforcement oillrlala Jacksonville last week with rela Florida spent Sunday with his cooking demonstrations were givenby the money angle another estimate
(Tampa Two men died here this er. She was slightly Injured as one of continued( actlon thru tives. They" returned home Sun cousins Mr. K. P. rnughey nod four girls. After the business says tho visitors left' more than
ol'n1llg with u an hour after their tho wealthy winter resort area. dl\)'. M\ Sll Elizabeth I Caunhey.\ meeting, a vAry Interesting program t two hundred thousand' dollars \In
'|J/airplane crashed near the Buyhore'road Tallahassee-, Doyle E. The raids were made on two night, Mt and( Mrs .1. 0. Godwin nfRafford Misses\ Helen Lawrence I'tl1 .- wu enjoyed by nil who were :rile''San county t those two months. "

'$ to Manatee county, ten 1phy I t! Carlton today said he had "no public dub, the Floridian in Miami spent) Sunday with Mr. CuuKhey and Helen Ogden pretient. And the height of the winter season -
;'ftll11B south of here according to 1 Htati-irKMit to make" regarding, Beach and the Embassy club here. and Mm. V. R. Reddish. drove to Starke Saturday.Mr. HtIIIJlnl'nitty lit the Baseball i Id, not here yet.
Ao6pltal 'deians. They were requests received from, a number At the former place, nproxlmntely Mrs.\ O. W. Ki'liertH' and daughter / It. I,. SlnKley. president oftbo Olunl'l..lJyIlnl.' ID 1.l1urlTUl'ker.. ----e --. .
prey C Henry, 7r., pilot, whose of Tampa residents requesting an $100.000 worth of gambling equip- : Patsy, spent several days last Keystone View Co., of Men 11- ReadingNewa' Mtt de Letter
one wan said to be In LouIsville extra session of the Florida:': legislature / ment'was seized In a room apparently week In DeLund with her vII It!, Pa., In In Keystonn;: Heights Ily Jessie MHO DennUon. Now a scientist comet along and
.v and W O. Close, rhlladel- to consider certain action devoted to games of chuiice. Mr. and Mrs. T.tium, "' 1'l1r"nts'l for a few days. Reading--U 'an't Be 1I0ne-- ntiites that Florida has been' inhabited :
his, vice president of the Alr- against; Comptroller Ernest Amos. although no patrons were found..! they attended t the DeLiuu(! < Mf. and Mrx' IlnroKl truck, Mrs. By Alta KhanioH. I for the past/ twenty thousand -
ort Development and Conslruc- The telegrams\ numbering a hundred -.- :\811 Blanche Iturney spent tho :daruh: UurU and l son Jack left iteadiug--hfeing Afraid at Night<< years. lie U right and those
)jon company of that city or more, are said to have :\iw: : TKAIN srn;DL'Lii: week-end in Ja> Uaouvlllo\ with her' Tuesday morning for their northern .--Ily Nellie Keeiio. of us who recently passed through
been dispatched: to the chief executive grandparents, 1 lad and Mrs II, V.Skipper. home nt Council( ut Lake Pa. Ht'I1lInlSolltudo --- fly Alien. tho post mortem of the boom, and J
Jacksonville One man, Iden- following a meeting of an organization Our train schedules change at ---.__.-._ Mast. the subsequent bunk failure can
lied as a Mr. September, of I of depofciltors: of the 12:01: Q.. m. Sunday, Feb IGth Thou" attending n, R. S. from a.NyN/1. . At roncluMlon of this Intertit-" :Vouch; for statement Wn have
11J 1 1f.1.111e I .
lived nt least ten thousand
acksonvllle\ was killed\ and anther Citizens Hank and Trust Company, and trains will run as follows: Lawtey! Monday night were: Men- fog program; a delicious coarse nf yearn.In
unidentified man, was bellev- which suspended. at Tampa sometime No.1. Southbound local, due dames C}. A. Anderson, W. C. : "TIIEHESSA J boiled custard and crenm' of lomatooH that tune i

' fatally injured here tonight, \ ago; when Impeachment of Starke, 10:3:: '1 p. m. Woolen and K.: lI. llurney. 1 :Miss ItliiHUeltfler\; Cor, were nerved. :
hen their automobile plunged the comptroller was requested In No. 11 Southbound local due Mr. HU'keflbaUer of Starke wasa .1 Rev. NorrlM, pastor of the First IrvInBnehf'lIor/ In a recent address -
(61' a viaduct onto railroad a resolution adopted at the gathering Slarke, 11:13: a. in. visitor to Law ley Tuesday I.......>.>..>>*.....1.*.. Ilai>llt\t church, of 1 lampion will at Winter Park tried to untangle -

racks 30 feet below The drivert .. Other than to nay that he No.2. Northbound local, due Mrs. Agnes Andrews was a business I Sirs.V.. O. III\vl"i of IlalnbrldKO.I lilt his. rl'ltulnr111polntnwnt here that episode ot Adam :anti
the automobile, which had Just had no statement to make regarding Starke 4:60: a. m. visitor to Jacksonville Fri : Ga., ling been visiting her sister, next Sunday morning and evening. Eve: by laying most of the blame
I'o"sod from South Jacksonville the matter, the governor would No. 12, Northbound local, due da)'. Mrs T. n, Trlest.Mf. !Mrs Mary lelner ban returned., on Adam and apologizing; to Hve:
vel' the St. Johns river bridge, not discuss the action of the Tam Starke, 3:55: p. m. I: 111,'. and MrU.: A, Newsom of Kay Wlll'um'! oii of Rnlfnril, In her home hen, after a1' visit Irving! Is mi different from the
1 tailed to make a right angle turn : pa citizens. No. 3, Southbound limited, due ,Starke spent Sunday( here with her Is visiting biz brother, and sister- with (friends mid relatives In Wal rent of us nn that /score for the
tat the end of the bridge. Starke, 99: : a. m. parents, Mr.\ arid Mrs. J, A. Howe. in-law, Mr. and\ Mrs.\ J. O. Williamson. do. safest plan In* to put Iho blame onI r
.",.j t Perry-Mrs. H. A. O'QuInn of No.4 Northbound limited, due Mesdames R. R. Thedo mid I.,. \ If. B. Wiggins/ of Hlurke was nhiislnpHrt :. I ho man all the lime Usually hoIx.
ii,, Madison-Arrested on a charge; th'H city, and Mrs. M. M. Caswell, Starke, 7:12: p. m. If. Hill visited In Melrose Thurs AlessrsVillls and Jlmmle Swin visitor( here thin... week. at fault anyhow. And there will
f killing a 4yearoldhlld by twin sister, remember quite well No. 19 Washington and beyond dell were vUltlng ut Klorahome The publl school here in pro- hu 110 coma-back eyether from
tho name of Rowell near Lee, Fla., when they read about Darius due Starke 6: 14 a. m. day.Miss Gullda :Mario Thedo spent Saturday. grossing nicely with l'rof. I.. II. i Adam or Kve. :
ast December, J, A. Finlayson, 46, Green and his flying machine and Stark R: Wnnnco the week-end In Jacksonville\ with Capt. T Murphy! and wife of Fulch principal, l\frtt. L. H. Futch !
nd O. P. Staley 26, of Marianna, thought Darius was quite beyond No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. Miss Mildred\ Thede. Palm City, urn visiting her par primary teacher nnd M'tmes! I.olIlsel "Million\ More Collected in Auto i
today gave bond tor their reappearance his time. The other day Mrs. m. No 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. Sir C. y Mayo of Tampa spent tIllt.... Mr. and 'T, B. Trlest. Caraway and Nancy linker l 141 TIIXWH" says headline In Tallahassee '
at a preliminary hearing O'QuInn visited Mrs. Caswell at in. dally except Sunday's. the week-end with his family Miss! Rhoda Zelnler spent lust charge of tho Intermediate" department. Domocrat. It seems there has

yes struck by an automobile al- young ladles, just 80 years old, Interesting meeting at the school Mss, June AJMiiH. I'usHago- by congreuf I i net Into the Htato vehicle department
f'ged to have been occupied by then proceeded, to go aloft and Blue Ilus Lines building lau Friday night The Mrs.V.. W. Underbill, throe extending three the tlmn that the staff ot clerks could
{the men. The child was walking view Valdosta from a modernized Northbound-8:5: !) a. m., 1:58 meeting was presided, over by I the children, and liltlo; niece of Saint tot' completing tho years authorized: hardly, count It. And from the
dung a highway en route home counterpart of Darius Green's old p. m., 4:30: p. m., 8:28: p. in., 5:10: President, Mrs L,. II. Hill with \Petersburg urn: upending a while bridge over Santa ROHII sound will\ walls of anguish going up from every
;from school when he was struck machine Mrs. Caawell had taken a. m. Mrs. W. K. Toiiule acting secre with her father, Mr.\ G. M. Ilen- not affect the I construction of t that I part of 1 Hit* state over the taxes
Finlayson and Staley were 11.1'restod one flight III an airplane. She Southbou id-9:37: a.. m., 11:37a. tary. Wo were honored by having I and license there l Is no doubt aboutIt.
shortly afterward. had been so delighted by the experience m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11:50p. Professor S. S. howling and Supt.! nett.Mrs.. Johnson and !Mrs Ruliy Me- SPHU 1' according to repl.tlst\lItutivosl' I .
I ut 1'oiiHiicola, who are now engaged / ;
that she persuaded her m. A. J. Grlflls l with us and( both gave Cruder of Keystone Heights, were
I In the work 'of building: ] a four '
Miami Sixty-three passeug- twin to accompany her on u second Interesting talks on tbl! welfare of visiting Mr und! Mm.\ W. A. Jones nnd one-half mHo' bridge! across "Why All, this Bother About ..
era were taken from the glass bottomed aerial jaunt. Both said upon CIlKVItOLKT: : riFIMItI\G: the P. T. A, work.A Sunday Turning Grapefruit Into Wine"
excursion boat "New River" alighting that In their case It was I'd NKW: IlfSIXKSS' :! musical program was rendered Mr. and Mrs. C. I' Mersey of I ned Penrmcola to cross bay Santa The bridge: -sn 1111111.1 says tho Orals Star speaking about
Its it was sinking In Bear Cut, be- the thrill that conies once In a under tho leadership of Mrs. Jacksonville, event the week-end the wonderful grapefruit juice now
will commit the inaliiliilnd 1 with
tween Fisher's Islanc .and Virginia lifetime As a result of the enthusiastic W. II Edwards which Included a I! with !Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kersey! the Santa Rosa Inland. shores On being made In Florida. Quite
key, south of Miami Beach late to- nation-wide reception of the new duet by vMrn. l:. K. Barney and and family. time right brother.' There in no bother ,
Ihnt land at name In the not
clay Captain Jean Meschel, own- Wauchula -- M, n. Albritton, Chevrolet six at lower prices, the daughter, Mss! Blanche Barney I We are glnd to report that all dltUtuit future It Is the intention at nil in making grapefruit
er, was in command of the vessel. 60, Mrs. Annabelle Ford and her Chevrolet Motor Company Is pre- A reading by Miss Autherlne the sick folk of our community of the builders to construct a recreation juice and no bother In making
The accident was caused when the husband C. Albert Ford 37, were paring for a volume of business Blanchard; a piano solo by Miss\ ,, are Improving, center on the shores of the wine from the Juice. Just a few
rudder of the craft struck a sand shot and wounded here tonight In 1930 that promises to break Louise Thede; a reading by Miss! A large crowd enjoyed a weIner Gulf bf Mexico raisins. and let nature do the work
liar, breaking the glass in the bot- when officers said Ford' found Al- all Chevrolet records Confidence Rosemary Howe: two songs by'llt- roast at Therein Saturday night, superinduced! by the warm rays of.
tom. Water began pouring in britton at his home conferring over the Chevrolet outlook for a tie Miss Gene Edwards accom- given: by the T. C. U. Taylor-Bounty is known as. the the Florida sunshine, ,
through the opening and the with his wife about a divorce suit banner year l Is widespread in the panied on the piano by Mrs. Ed- "
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Chevrolet and dealer -- -- - - -- - - - .. ..
decks were awash when the last After shooting Albritton and Mrs. factory or-I wards; a reading by Miss Dorothy ....- .., _ "'W' ''''''''''''' I''''' - -- .. -- -
l-usnenger was removed. Ford according to the officers. ganizations.This Bouldware; a duet by Miss Ada .
Ford turned the pistol on himself is the statement of Mr.\ W. I Marie Mayo and Mrs\ Edwards: ,

Sarasota Insurance adjusters Albritton was shot once in the H. Torode local Chevrolet dealer A report was given from I the
announced today that the Zalo- face and was probably fatally who returned Thursday from Jacksonville ,room mothers end Mrs. Hill reported
ph ia, palatial yacht of John Rlng- wounded. Ford also was probably where he attended the on the health;: clinic that I is :1
,ling, circus magnate, which sank fatally wounded. Mrs.. Ford was mammoth Chevrolet dealer meet- being held at the school, which is :: Who HI1C:
ten days ago off Sarasota in the i shot through the left hand. Mrs. Ing in the Temple Theatre and the doing so much good among our :

.,IiGulf of Mexico Is l a total loss and Ford and her four children had banquet that followed In the May- children Mrs. Hill also reported
no efforts will be made to sal- been separated from her husband.She flower Hotel. results of luncheon and selling t
" I rage the craft. The yacht was came here a week ago from "Under the direction of H. J. pies, ham and lettuce left from IjII I 1C
built at a cost of $200,000 in 1923 her parents' home at Nichols and Kllngler, vice-president and gen- luncheon served to Bradford I
:and considerable more was expend. started divorce proceedings. eral sales manager; of the Chevrolet County Teachers Association.
Vd in its rich furnishings. While Motor\ Coiqpany, the meeting!\ ; Professor t'olller. gave an Interesting IjStands Back of the I :

no announcement of the Insurance Ocala A mule and a mare embraced the most graphic and talk that was enjoyed very
'payment to Mr. Rlngllng was that were jogging along In front comprehensive sales presentation II much. I
.made, it it understood that the of a plow on the Reed Russell ever attempted by an automobile The president appointed: the dlfi
craft was Insured for $75,000. Ad- farm north of Ocala last Saturday manufacturer," Mr. Torode said. ferent room motlieis to assist In I

juuters said that the engine and suddenly\ tell th'rty! teet Into the "Tho advanced merchandising '1 1 1I the commencement program exercises. ::1 Tires You Buy :
other parts of the yacht will be earth and were smothered to methods which the factory Is suggesting After the meeting had ad-
,salvaged and sold. death, according to B. F. lowers, I to Its dealer organ'zation' journed the members and guests
were depicted In the form of play were invited Into the'library
manager of the farm. A boy who t I
Tallahassee Warrants charg. was driving the team- narrowly lets, showing the proper procedure where they were served with hot We I
ins assault and the use of pro escaped falling in. This Is the to be followed In the successful coffee and doughnuts. "Is he responsible are.

fane, obncence and Indecent language third Instance of a cave-in in that operation of a retail automobile Mrs. H. II. Arwood and daughter .

!: ; were sworn out here today I(I vicinity In the last two years. Mr. business." I Mls Etna: were shopping in "
In connection with the meeting I "Is he in business here? ,
by Fred O. Eberhardt, publisher Flowers believes that holes In the 1 Jacksonville Monday permanent
ot the Florida State News, against i'mestona! formation were causedby the One Hundred Car Club members Mrs. K.: L. HlgKS spent Sunday j .
erosion. The front legs of the of the Jacksonville Zone held In Lawtey with relatives.
Harry: W. Thompson, attorney, assistant We
their annual meeting and Installed .. are. .
l state service officer and team had passed over the hole "

vice commander of the state Amer. and they fell in backward. Mr officers for the year. .......1..x1.x.x.1.e j
lean Legion, following a light between Flowers, who was nearby, ran to Associated with Mr. Klingler in "
the direction of the "Does he give real service? We do.
the two. The light took help, but found the seven year program were : Keystone Heights JMl
place In the corridor of the local old mare and the ten year old muleIn W. D. Douglas, of Detroit, Gen- 1 .. H.I.. 0..... Cf r. *

curred postofflce.over It reference Is said to made have oc-to about death eight throes.feet across.The hole was eral L. S.Parts Costley.and of Service Atlanta Manager, South-; :........................ : "Has he got a genuine quality tire to stand* back..

Thompson In yesterday's Issue ofEberhardt's eastern Regional Manager and R. The Florida Chautauqua open-
newspaper to which West Palm Beach In the first D. Wilson, Jacksonville home manager ed Tuesday night, Feb. 11, wltb an !
the attorney took exception. test suit of its kind to reach the The Detroit party that stag- address "Some Misgivings of a of? We have---Goodyears

courts, a temporary Injunctionhas ed the afternoon meeting Included: Cheerful Yankee," by Irving!: Bach- '
Key West The beacon at been granted here by Circuit C. D. Asbury, Joe Glass, C. W. eller, L.L.D., LITT. D., one of I
Sombrero lighthouse was in the Judge C. E. Chilllngworth. en- Luce N. H. Pearson, J, J Dobbs America's greatest novelists.On a NEW PRICES ON PATHFINDER TIRES EFFECTIVE .
keeping of relief workers today joining Walter S. McLln. acting and C. J, Seifert.x Wednesday evening the
with Capt. William Pierce confined state motor vehicle commissioner Woman's Club gave a spaghetti a OCTOBER 15, 1929 MATTERY CHARGING
minor in- and R. A. O'Bannon. countytax .. supper at the clubhouse, which
to the building tfrlth .. ..IN11111 111111.. ,
juries and his assistant BertU collector, from collecting a proved to be a delightful change Balloon! High l Pressure _

Plnder, Inn a Key West hospital state tax of 1427 per bus from tne LAJVTEYANN from the regular supper. There
with possible fractured spine. Florida Cities Bus company. The was a very good attendance and 29x4.40: ________ $ 5.90 30x 3 1-2 ref( -___ $ 5.03 Announcing I our new t
a Pinder bus contented the tax ..............1..11 the club members are well pleasedat 2g 4.50 _________ 6.68 .30x3 1-2 oversize 5.19
Captain Pierce and were company
the results pf their labors. 30x4.50: _-__ 6.V.-I: 31x1: --------- 9.0330x4.75 .
hurt when a scaffold on which would be conflscatory of propertyIn Mrs. C. Y. Mayo, assisted by 9.75 service! I to motorists. Hatteries q
8.15 32x1
they were standing while paintingnear view of other taxes, which were her little daughter, Ada Marie, entertained -< Thursday evening Mr. Tlbbltts ____u_ -
29x5.00 _____ 8.58 33x1 10.35 t
of the gave
make the most delightfully Qamp-nf-the-Palms
the light, gave way, hurling listed, and which would on tested and serviced30x5.2.5
8.75 32x1 1-2 13.65
his second Illustrated talk, which 30x5.00 ______ _
each bus about the thirteenth. A Val-
them to the ground. A coast guard total tax on $1,100 Thursday, *
_.______ 9.98 33x131x1: 1-2 14.15 I
fully Interesting as the --- -- --
patrol boat brought Finder to Key annually. The plaintiff contended entine party In honor of Mrs. W. promptly
31x5.25 ___ .,. 10.35; 1-2 ___ __ __ 11.79 ,
West today following the receipt the total taxes would be be- J. Cbandler's sewing (Ircle of sixteen \ first hU subject being "Our West __ -
of a message requesting assistance yond the earning capacity of the little girls.A India Neighbors' > and the Isles of 32x6.00 __ __ __ 13.75 30x5 II. n. 8 ply 20.65 I ,
15.60 32x6 H. D. 10 ply 36.25Ritch's
32x6.50 _
tho Caribbean. Next Thursday
yesterday A speed boat carrying buses. Valentine po t-box containing I
a doctor and a nurse left Valentines for all, the postmistress evening:, Feb. 20, his talk will be -
shortly after the coast guard vesel. Lakeland Her. A. I* Shoemaker Gullda Marie Thede assisted on Hawaii, the Paradise of the l;
In an effort to assist the men Itinerant evangelist here : by the little hostess, Ada Pacinc:, and the following!: Tburshe : Service Stationl:
who were reported staying at the for three weeks was committed to Marie Mayo, made everybody happy .- will speak on "Health and the
light, despite their Injury. the Polk county jail at Bnrtow Jo- Great Outloore"Friday r
day on a fugitive warrant for authorities The first prize In the word con : evening the Green Room - - - - - - ;
Bradenton An attempt to al Alton, 111., where he test was won by Mary Luclle To- I Players and orchestra of Stetson - - -- - - - - -- -




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r," AOR FOCTt _. --_._---------- --------------- reached- his ears. KltAI>FORI> COUNTY Projects--Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson j[and and third quarter of ''.29
-- --- -------- AXE MURDER a' strange story MEET\ : : of those issuer ,
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------ I Edna Stansbury Lucille Mitch, :JM-'I C1TIZKX While on a visit to his old homein TKACHKUH: 1 and Miss Ruby Mae Pop- were iii
unUWORU HATfIUXVMAKCII period in 19:'
LAID TO Ing the same
Lee Ilemin froma
Laura learned
Ina Forsyth, Stanly county pell.
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Continued: from page Teachers of commerce.
Mr. and Mn ( declared he Bradford County B. Roberts chamber
Mrs. 0. II. Lowry the county had The Promotion Tlme-l\frs. C.
'! 17oci43/[ C. N. Christy. Messrs. One Wit. od alone at his country estate. Reports "took the two men. who killed Mr. Association will hold its auditorium monthly .

gins' Dick Conmeo Leo Wlgglni, bad It he kept a large sum Tally out of the state." meeting in the sohooi ltl Dramatization Miss! Louise Political Announccm8//
+ 1 Y I Theodore Young Wesley Stearni, of money with him I The old man told the story in I in Starke, Saturday, and Mrs. W. H. J art. ;' ,
Jimmy Goulden/ Frank Mitchell, Missing for several days, neigh- a crowd that had gathered- The general aHsembly will con- Tlpplns Section: Some Primary HTATliS! .VI'IOIIM'IVTo

HT. .,MUIK'M\ .\UXIM\KV Jon Malpas of Hatford. Davl bore. forced an entrance to .the "swap yarns" ,of things that hap-! vene at nine-thirty a. m. At eleven Geography Primary Projects-Mrs. Roy Judicial the Voters Circuit.of the 1 ht\inounce i
Yr Sixth
Wilbur Bashaw, Mr. 1 Mc-< his body, the Junior and senior1 high
MKKTHThe Lourle, home and discovered: pened years ago. o'clock the my randld&py fur th
r 1. Ollle Ai the old man the elementary section Heddlsh. ..t States Attorney of tho THlxth
Rybolt ,
Carthy Howard head severed with an uxe. "I was lust a boy, school section Ambition by Observing Circuit, i.niUaker
Inciting Judicial
: regular meeting of tho st. demon, Arnold Dean and Cot Robbery Thvnxht Mutlto was quoted as paying "but I bud J and the primary section will Days-Miss MaBelle Union and Bradford >
was held Tuei Gainesville. that thing sessions The Bed Letter to the Ixmoi-rntUi! 1'
Mark's Auxiliary ney Stewart of enough souse to keep begin their separate abject
lious.. was believed to the Fore. Uloctlon: of June 3rd 1. 11140. II
club Robbery] have of
tho I I Association
at time
afternoon This is the first Teachers
day lifter quiet. Parent- Miss Leola Id. I promise an avrKri
The day I -
motive. Dramatization :
Tho rooms of the I building, were. M"WSO: HO CLCH been tho ever told the story." B. H S. will serve luncheon for retie and economical admlnlof
of naicltml the body was feline, It was at the affairs. of the otHr-f
: ,
with quantities IViS: DINXKHThe teller" mentionedthe i twelve-thirty
brightened which wel'e'' ered he had given bin. slater a Tho "yarn the teachers_, A Puppet Show-Misses\ Ethel wish to a..oure1 I will app
calendulas who lived building. of all.
and names of two men theVoml1n's CluUAt : the support
hy Mrs. Gertrude (1. Anderson members of the Sew and So large sum. of money f<> keep for I club GrIffin and !Madge, Middleton. :KVKHETT: : W JIt.(
furnished ago. the
before the crime In the county years two o'clock at stark 1-
Waldo. Club entertained: Friday evenln him a few days Information,
of Armed with this J. J, Logan, of Jacksonville
Col. ---
Tho delightful program'ommlllf'eBeeretar preneni with a dinner at the Magnoll\ wan Two commuted.mea\ were arrested, tried Austin resumed h's Investigation house will address the people of Best Purgative for r------

i' ed. by the education Futch( waaa Cafe.A. adorne.; and acquitted and It was not until with new determination. Bradfoid-County- on--the subjectof
)', Mrs. C. A. large plrato ship, Alter several day of vigorous situation. Supt. Rent Cheap
Morgan state
graced the t center oft several weeks ago that tho
hearts In
i follows: with .. the arrest of Morgan to heaT
'N luitulr;" all teachers
. Mlttr burned connected with the crime.A Or flls urges Keep the land imf -
Heading :Mlns. Lucille; t tho table, while red tapers was Florida resulted. The attorney, vital subject.
living some mllofrom Col. LoRan on this
Attractive place
6 ell. at either end ho hopes 16 gather sufficient for the proved
friends he had says Below Is the program
Valentin here,
: Wesley Stearns. cord carried out the
: Solo -' bring about
evidence to .gPaLn demand comes
' Heading - Mrs. L. '
Carolina: line Just After the rests soon.Morgan Song-Selected. is too high
t ; Heading -- Miss Lois: Adkinsy tie Gruber gave a clever story South who has lived In Florida Dr.Q. II. the price
Passion Play at Olll'r.> 'called "Heart Pirates," where; killing. This started the Investigation Devotional exercises all I
Talk on 25 has become known: I then we move *
y ammergau- .Mrs. Thornton String eal'll man present featured as i aprate. which has terminated in years Industrious citizen. i Lowry. ) Ka u .
there as an Teacher's Dream less desirable
The property
/ trick on: Morgan's arrest. Heading,
Gainesville. : Cupid played a fY.rM.fW'
fellow, of f Ho asserts he.l la, Innocent of tho Relieves
saId l he Wood.
F:. Knight. I bold and removed Sheriff Noah Cooper -lI1I1t8 Grace so on until
'. Solo- Mra.\ I) hero captors and in resisting efforts ot you
1 ,. Mrs. J, M. Alvarez, hostess. 1 for a client of hearts which they had had connected another man but living said authorities to bring him back to Address-Supt. A. J. GrIffis. the congestion, reduces com are ,out of the neigh
1 afternoon served light refresh- tolen .from every fair lady prt'H In. Texas with the murder trial. Song-Selected. hastens recovery.
5tthe to fate
..y 4 : North Carolina selected-Miss Hazel plications, borhood.ctM.Inman
sufficient .
hardly .
manta to the members of the AuxIliary pnt.Vhlle trying to recaptur the evidence was I I
and other church organize their lost treasure the pirates began to bring about his arrest. Mlddleton. '
present to reflect on their occupations, Florida exported $14,000,000( High School section: Characteristics
who were '
f liana, .- before they entered the game of High Point, N. C., Feb. 18.--A worth of goods to Europe during/ I that Represent our Profes- 666 Tablets
r to modi local attorney took as a 1928 which represented approximatelY s'on-Miss Isabel Fernandez.
and each began a
as vow
4 Il \ i:. I,. IUiJSKNTKIITA1NH piracy
"i, : Late a favor characteristic of hi youth to bring to justice If humanly 26 per cent of state's total Inciting Ambition by OservlngRed llrllrtri a Ifrndnrhe or ruralIn in Starke, Fla.
-- earlier occupation was presents possible, the slayers of his exports, according to William L. Letter Day&-Miss Louise ISO minute. .hk n Cold theilny 0,1.4 .
with reuniting Wilson chairman of Florida State and (-berk* Malaria In threetors.
credited today
4' bridge' party was lilm. Finally cupid decided these undo was Carroway.
; A In the arrest in Starke,, .Chamber of Commerce Industrial The Necessity of Courage at .
by Mrs. E. L. UIggs! ; Jt'rldo.yafternoon ; : bold men had been punished long Liquid
given also In
;1 fF at her home on Walnut. enough and led them to their 1 ladies flu., of John Morgan, charged Committee. Promotion Time-Mr. L. II. Futch. ClttO

fair, where each found hliitolen with the murder of Francis TallyIn ------

a Btreot.A profusion of azalea and .other heart. Stanley county 38 yearn ago. OKI't'TV: KKHISTKATIOX: OFFICKKS STEAM PRESSING COMPANY, GAIETYTHEATRE

i' lovely spring flowers were used After dinner the party repaired Tally, a rich old bachelor who : ,

L in decorating the sun parlor, to the apartments of Mr. and Mrs Ived alone, was beat;; .a and hacked Suits Cleaned, Pressed and ReshapedJ.
:; 'P where three tables were arranged D. P. Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs to death with an axe In November Precinct No.1, Lawtey-O. W.

p R: +. for play. The Valentine idea wai P. T. Long where the remainder of 1892. by two men who Roberts. Frank Thoman-Phone 52
: ?
i' carried out In the tallies and the he evening was spent at bridge ransacked his home In a vain attempt Precinct No. 2, Starke (North) - .. '-

? sweet course which was served following Three tables were placed upstaIrs to obtain a hoard of Bold -P. E. Canova. STARKE, FLA.

: ', the play,. Heart shaped and three down In the apartment! >e was reputed to.have kept hid Precinct No. 8 t, Starke (South) Will not be SEE 1IEAK

t .candles were served on the tablet made more attractive with their den. .-J. W. Morgan.
; during the games. clever decorations of strung hearts: Details of the ghastly crimewere Precinct No. 4, Graham-C, B. shown any DR. M. SAYLE TAYLOR Feb. 22, Saturday
c I
; O. L. and chandeliers impressed upon the mind of .. other place in
and Mrs. In doorways over
f It. Mrs. Joe Wilson i Roberta. Assisted I by KEN<: MAYNARDin
; i Haynea were each presented a High prizes went to Miss Betty I young J. Allen Austin, a nephew, : Precinct No. 6, Hampton' -L-J. V. Florida

f prize for holding high and second Chamberlain,and Mr. Otis Brock- now a practicing attorney in this. ones. Prof. Samuel E. Olmstead

/ ,score nan and proved to be a string ol city. I Precinct No.: 6", Theresaa-i. -Mrs. AVlmt destroys In"MARRIED "TilE WAGON MASTER"also
l + Tha guests were: Mrs Joe Wilson dainty beads of pastel shades forMiss When Austin was a law student J. Ft.,, Dickinson. ( love?
4 1k",. ; Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. J. C. Chamberlain and a clothe; at the University of North I Precinct No.'Z.N:' w, Rlver-M. .

Robinson. Mrs. R. F, Demorest, brush set for Mr. Brockman. Mrs. Carolina he vowed that' some day Li. Johns. AVIiat causes LOVE"WHY Comedy Stage Struck 1

Mrs. I* Wyman Mrs. A. Z. Ad Il. C. Hitch received low for 111dlea he would find out who slew his Precinct.No,...."S-Brooker* -G. li. :divorce? Susie

t' klns Mrs. W. Walnwrlght, Mra, a cedar-lined Jewelry cheat, un le. Olson I i
D. A. Monteith, Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng, and for Mr. Owen Griffin low formen Many months after he had completed Book's open from first Monday I What caiiMCHlost MARRY BLINDFOLDED? i

Mr. N. Sternberg and Miss Mabel a letter opener in the shape his law course and located Iin March to nnd |ln"l"Hlnf f'rutMonday manhood? WHY BE UNHAPPILY' ? FEB. 27-28 Thurs.-Fri.
Austin carried on a Aprl1la reclnct office
Weller. lof' a dagger.A In High Point in ,
.: light: refreshment course was Ireless Investigation Into the mystery and from first Monuuy in Api.. w Mike mar WHY LOSE MANHOOD? Richard Barthclmcss

1 r x CIRCLE) :M>. 1 OP 1IA1TISTIV. erved at the close of the progres- that veiled the death of his May first at office supervIsor in il'''KO a lifelong The most Interesting- and meet profitable two hours in"TilE

: M., V. loilH.. untie, but without result. Starke. hone)- any man coulil poBnlbly upend. Ask any of the DRAG"
Enjoying this affair were: Mr. Tho attorney almost had given H, C. WALL moon! thousands of Jacksonville men and women who
Members of the Baptist Worn anllIIrB.. II. C. Hitch, Mr. and ip hope of ever solving the mystery 2-21-21 Superviaofjot: Registration have heard Dr. Taylor. Your money back if not also

..P c' an's Missionary Union met at the lr e. T. T. Long, Mr. and Mrs. D. until a few weeks later when lir. Tailor banauKkt natlafled. Last Episode of "Ace of
t home of Mra. Julia Kimball, Mon ''P. Carpenter, Dr. and Mrs B. S.Carron < .,1111.....

day afternoon of last week Miss Madge Middleton, i how to Men Women Only Scotland Yards"March
thrmnelvr dUE: Only ,
Mra J. M Brownlee, leader of lisa Ethel Grif ln, Miss Betty; mnrrlaw ,

Circle, No.1, led the devotional Ihamberlaln,'Miss Blanche Alderman J truth rout I
t "'q reading 122nd and 124th Psalm -.Miss Minnie Oruber, Mian3unco >.:+ y,_ ran NIGHTS- 8:30 MATINEES 2:30No : Saturday 1

y1't followed by short business session Perkins, Miss Harriet ) one under JACK MULIIALL t

{ $, Mrs W. II. )Perkins was elected tltch, and Miss Florence Mat- ..", t 18 admitted . ...AllSeats SOC
4.4 ; coach, chairman. It was agreed he w'sr Dr. Vandevlere. Dr.' W. C. 4 11 i ir ir I in

'.' i-i that we take a book to study, title, 'ounc Jr., Mr. J. Goulden, Mr.Otis )' ...> Worth going 500 miles, to see and hear "TIlE BUTTER AND EGGMAN"
;+ x; "All the World In All the Word." Brockman, Mr. Owen Griffin,' .." ; t''
9 tK .t A settee was bought for the paa- \1 11. John Powell, Mr. Lotus Stentrom THEATREJacksonville
;; .. torlum Collection for thin meeting and Dr. II B. McLendon 1rN REPUBLIC also
n .
was $6.40. J
f Those present' were: Mrs. W. II. mUlc.a.: CLUB MKKTH Florida Love Spats

'ti'. Perklns",*,eMrs..'Langford, Mrs. W. 3rd and Last {Week-Ends Feb. 28th Show Starts at 645
narcissi Intermingled -
Bennett. Mrs. Golden glow and .
; +: 1* Wall,' Mrs. G. I I
I.t't. .) James Shepard, Mra. O. C. White, with tern in baskets andvaBOS /

;'J ;, Mrs. Jim 811cox.Mrs.. J, M. Brown- were artistically arranged ---
.., S lee and Mrs;' W. B. Mundy, Jr, throughout the home of Mr. andMrs. JW-L ----- ----
C. A, Knight Tuesday evening -
hi y'1 VAIKNT1.NK HOC'IAl!\ when they entertained theirbridge i

--- club with a buffet supper N ;

u J1. The Starke Senior C. K.: enjoyed allowed by several enjoybale < /
d .a Valentine social et the home of ames ot 'auction bridge. N 'jj1L! Wash"ingtonKnew

:Mrs. R. 1""* Clerk warner. eve- At the conclusion of the play,,

';4 #. nlr.g, Fob. ICth.Iteartti 'rlzes were presented to Mr. J.
and cuplU were much in C.! Robinson and Mra. O. L. Beas- CharmingSfJt1
evidence throughout tho spacious ley for holding top scores during: 16

%jr; ,living room, In which: the participants !- the evening. MenHe

,:rp'' bled.. ot- the evening's tun assem hospitality Enjoying were Mr. :and Mr Mrs.and Knight's Mrs. R. f' New Styles in

j + A number of games and con- F. Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
r'J testa were enjoyed. At a late Loblnaon Mr and Mrs. O. L.BeasleY' .

.A, lour cake and candy hearts were Judge and and Mrs. At Z.idklna SPRING HATS

Qtr served to the following members Mr. E. M. Johns Il'ndMr. '
d and guests' : Misses Elizabeth and .. J. E. Corpenlng knew men, and knew econ-;
Estelle KendrIck, Isabel and Alice + $1.95, to $3.50Large oh
fb+ ,'L Femandes, Eunice Perkins, Bet- Bartow will have miniature golf omics. And never did he' make I'

{M c' tie Chamberlain- - Carrie Uglow__n,I ourse.Hurt. - and Small Head Sizes r a wiser move than when he appointed
-- -- -

, 1! H Hi all the newest' Alexander Hamilton
Straws in glowing colors ; copied

!i . Paris styles are included in our smart, collec Secretary of the Treasury.

tion. See them today tL' '
the founder
v Hamilton was
Refcfy .W. (' : 4 ,
G\ouic-Gct tri" '.r
our national banking system,

j.jIi .
4 FULL LINE OF the redeemer of our currency; 1

jIi 4 '1, the man whose foresight has

SPRING COATS made our country the richest,as

lM1 11r' a4'u JUST ARRIVED well as the greatest in the

.e in the newest styles and colors world's history. Yes George cfoR GE r

-all sizes. Come look them over Washington knew men. .WASHINGTON
CAlaOUaasr ;% On StWt Tle.q.d,far Cnu .

? )..e.a r.+l?law.rh te !alp.:; c: g4 p.l..u..-/na.frfa..MiMt....4.horn *!-.o.,..
_.. .. yW.. "kin. ..-. Do you know men-and Banks?Do you realize that this,4.swtMbwd: ; waWpt"aY SS.t.

Ii' 't THE' J. & R: STORE institution can do for your financial status what WashIngton's -

Dr. Sghoirs Foot B. 'pe.t.val Be Here
.. I man Hamilton did for your country's? We hope

(Next-door:_to the Jqf.! Qttice. !).
'ti I SATURDA, FEBRUARY 22,1930 ,..''* ... you do, for we're mighty anxious to do business with you.

{ d To.M'those who we In misery from their Foot Expert Autbority.r of the. We also carry a full'1Ilie'Oftshoes' ,for e
Iz4 Scholllotern.tlonallylamo"
staff of Dr.Wm.
above date. lie will give< out feel. ;sl
U IM at our store on
l thorough cientifio analytic; ,develop print of them which reveal they the entire family-and, don't, forget,
k and show what to do to get quick *"
exact nature of your ailment, you BANK OF STARKE
t add relict All this without coat or obligation to youl our ladleadresses.:
f' :) U ., .. .,.. ..
t Any Dr.Scholl Foot Relief" you are reoanmended to buy relief. Don't miu thia opportiuutylSTERNBERG'S TradeVfth us and save money '
< to siva you

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'.lit I FE11tV.tRY !21. toao BRADFORD copSTT\ TKLicGnArn. sTAttina. FLORIDA PAOR: FIVB

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l Tuesday afternoon. Mitchell.\ I weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. S. Missionary Society. cepted a return engagement there
29I S. DowIIng! before returning to -'" .. -
Gertrude tWQ weeks !In August. Thill week
I Mrs. Anderson of Mrs. W It. Struth and Mine Tallahassee.
Ilev. Lloyd I* King returned last Rev King Is assisting In r. meeting\
: Bits of Waldo has flowers for all o<'l.'u- Fredrlka Struth attended the Pas ----- -- ------
, ions. Sweet peas, $1.00 for 100. sion Play in Jacksonville last Mi*, and Mrs. Jack Murden and week from Plnevllle, Ky. where at Montverde where the Montverda

Calendulas, 25c. per dozen. Thursday. little lion, Jackie Joe, arrived here he directed (the music in an School Is co-operating' '; In a seriesof
Saturday from Savannah, Oa.. Mr. ; ApupTaChloi1.
--- gelistic meeting at the First evan'l evangelistic nervices. -
Is LocAiviConcerning I Mrs. 10'.- R. Carradlne and Miss\ Mr. and Mrs E.V.. Hayes, MurdcMi returned' Sunday, but Mrs. List church. Before leaving .
Elizabeth Howe of Lawtey, were Misses" Myrtle Strlcklund, Beatrice Murileu and Ron remained: for a
visiting Mrs. R, A. Newsom Saturday Johns and Gwendolyn taunt attended longer visit with her parents, Mr. "
Our People Business and the funeral of Henry Perkins and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Iii

Progress of the County and Town. at Ocala, Sunday ; )
Mrs. Thornton Strlngfellow and .Mr. and Mrs. n. W, Moore, Mrs.J. l1IJO You Like .1111 Store ;

;;J Mrs. Hart Strlngfellow; of Gainesville Mi' and Mrs W. B: Mundy, Jr.. S. Kimball and !Mrs R. U. Pre-

52SC5,,,52525Z5Z52S2r ilS'2.SC..iZ5''S25Z.r'S'u'5 u u c5'r.5ZSd5cDr were In Starke Tuesday af- Mrn J. B. Sapp, Mr. md Mrs. G.j vatt were In Jackxonvlllo last {'
ternoon. weok-end for the raaulon Play. Since Iliaci Us Face
\lrs J. H. Kltch spar and Mrs. B. S. Carroll am j H. Bennett and son, Si inley, spent
While there they were honor
Sunday In Tnllabasse with MlasOtmle
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. In
Long were
II lu Jacksonville., Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. C. W. Itt'owu, Mrs J, T. Mae Bennett. KueBt at a dinner party given by Lifted?

- -- 1I00reIrs.! Louis 11111 and Mrs --- -- Mrs. O. J'Prldgen. + .6\I Wi
returned' Sat Mrs. Alice Lehnkeilng of Menominee -
neasley G. W. Roberts of Lawtey, were !
"I \I Mrs. D. A. Monteth and Mrs,
| a visit In Tampa. here Wednesday afternoon Mich.? who been visiting Misses Rosalind Jacobs, Ruth l I
run Jack Murden
were visiting lu Jacksonvlllo
y Wednesday. I In South Florida. will arrivehere I SINtlhforg, Clara 1,0n1HI! Peek, .
There are seven new shades this week-end and will be the Klolas Hitch Leila Men Andrew :
ta,, 'I! and Shoes aro better. among our Individual color crea- guest! of :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. and M:rlnm Jnooh. spent the 1 I
Nut so many years ago modern beaullfN line methods I
ore Mrs. W.
D. Brlnson of Baldwin
1 tions in Humming Bird hose. Remember Young week-end at Klngnloy Iuk. The '
was In Starke Wednesday mornIng they are guaranteed at - party was chnperoiu by Mr.\ and were Htlll\ on luulUoovered art The only' variety) of faro

lit GrlflU of Lake Tint I Stump's. Dr. and Mrs A. H, freeman\ !' and Mr. J. U. Boring, Jr., of 'Vl1 111 o. 1 fling known In those days took place among tho cowpunchers
,. v,i ,iltor here Tuesday little: grand-daughter Barbara, of rustled
: ; In tho fur went. Whenever a ow wait
Crews Newspring; dresses;; at: Stump's.Miss Thomas, Jr., and Yancey S. Ocala, stopped here bi ii-fly Sunday Mrs. If A. Pew entertained with somebody's face walt lifted, The only UiMtrumt Mm-din
S. wen
Mrs. A. Williams were home for till weekend on their way home from Jackson
} birthday party Monday after.uottt -
Friday. tills delicate OI"ru.tIU1'1'0, \ nn old 1 well rope and tho
lie last Mln Gruber was hostess tt
visiting their Mr. and vllle.\
I I parents, h11l101'lnlIler\ small nun,
members of the Sew and So club Mrs. T. S. Williams. ITartwoll Allen tho little guent nearest ink tree Although; this! was n very t

U,, mixture for dusting Tuesday night. 1i1'. anti l Mrs. H. 'ZTh-'ownIM I assembling nt 3:30 nod enjoying crude method of facial I surgery and UIA often an not the

F Klckliter. 2-21-tf Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and and daughter, Mary. Mrs Frank jolly Valentino, games until 4:30.: ( patient' tarn wan rareU'OHly llfU'd.rltht( off bin slit\ ,uhlere\ .
Mr. J. n. Sapp and Mr. ErnesWei Hoover and Mrs Alice Langford I' I
M.: Thomas Busch attended the
Delicious lea cress was nerved.Mi1. !.
Whatever beautifying efforts by fling; the taro
Davla spent 'VedneslI110n lIti made business trip to gnlue4
I a Partition
r, II Florida Chautauqua. ut Kt'yatoneHeights attended the Piny in Jacksonville - -
Jacksonville. ** lost In retching (the neck
<> ln Plant City Wednesday.Mrs. Saturday. wero
ati last Friday night; Clayton Frank was given a

riit oossard Line of Beauty," J, M. Edwards! entertained Major J. L. Peek has returned Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter surprise home Wednesday birthday party night at Those his Seriously though, it Is surprising; what can lie .,done
models'at Stump's. the members of the Tuesday Afternoon with little stucco and a bucket, of paint It like
lit( ''I"W! from Columbus, Ga.,, where he Sara spent the week-end In present were: !Mr. slid Mrs. 11. J. a yon
-- Bridge club this week. took the military training courseat Apopka with her brother and sis Frank, Mr. and Mm. H. n. Frank the outside of my store you should see the Inside! Drop

|ii o J. Strayhorne .was a vlsi: Ft. Benning. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sur- i and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.\ L. M. hi sometime and I'll show you around. Among other
Wildwood Saturday High Top Shoes for strawberry '.
from rene
I here )
Frank and and 111 C. H.
things of Interest' that you will see are new wash dressesat
pickers, 98c at Stump's.Mi Mr. Byron :Me O. West, editor of Strange all of Jacksonville.
the South Jacksonville Herald Mi, and. Mrs. Glen (i. Searing -.--- $1.05, a new line of shoes from $2.95 up to $4.95, and

and Mrs. R, A, Newsom was a visitor to the Telegraph office have recently announced the birthof A meeting' and conference of soma new Springs Hats. Just ns well get ready for Spring
ENT A W00COLUMN spent Sunday in Lawtey the Wednesday morning. a daughter, born In a Gaines- the Methodist church will be heldIn because It wont be long now. ,
of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Howe
ville hospital. The little girl has the Woman's Club, )Friday
Mr. and Mrs. George Heller of been named, Hilda Frances.Mr. night Feb.< 28. There will be a I
Mrs. Edna Lewis of College Flint Mich., who have been visit- musical program by the choir and shut I..r ....n. know I told
Park, Ga., was attending to business and Mrs. C. J. Crews, Mr tin,. 'h"t ,.. .STERNBERG'S'... nhunt W. ;,
ing in Miami are guests of Mr. and addresses by Dr. S. II, C. llurgln: ..11 !Mrl'all .. Iloualn ,
IL[ RENT-Two well locatedtore here this week. Mrs J. H. Lord. and Mrs J. D. Baxter Mrs. R. T, and others of Jacksonville Ho- I'alt.rn.f ......* I

| buildings. J, W. Outeen and son, Leroy, Mr.. Lewis freshments will be served by the TIIH IIKMAULK: ) MTOHH
Mi and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. }<'oster,.who Shrl'ver and Mr. O. W. Hazen were
,[, RENT Furnished house, Mrs.! G. M. SIstrunk were in Jack- have spent several Weeks here, returned visitors here from Brooker Tues- -.:
live rooms. ,J.. W Morgan.\ ItRENT sonville Wednesday.32inch recently to their home In da)'.

-- Hendersonvllle, N. C. 00------------------ -,-.. -
[ii Furnished apart- dress gingham, lOc per Mrs. W. A. has return
sent Call at A. H. Green's yard! at Stump's.Mr. Mi Frank Mitchell of the Uni- ed from a visit In Jacksonvillewith ,

tore 2-7-3t versity of Florida spent the weekend her daughter Mrs. James LORSHEIM
.. and Mrs. Dan Boree and here with Mr and Mrs. J. M. Godbold. She is spending several VIGORONow
J R RENT Two rooms for family of Jacksonville were in I

light house-keeping. W. B. Starke Saturday ..
Daugherty. Ithrt SHOE
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of
Jacksonville visiting relativeshere is the time to get your lowers( lawns and
at were
)[ LODGING Two rooms

f>GRAFTING through Feb Ford Get Hook my price Beans on before Tennessee buying.and I plant food which has everything in it that plants

Iruary and first week In March.. J. F. Klckllter.I' 2-21-tf. WITH
need. Try it and see the difference. A full stock
to Dtralght. O. D. Kersey, Starke.
2-14-2t* Mr.: J. S. i-IcCormlck of Raiford COON-SANDERS
on hand! to supply your needs.
was attendIng' to business here U DANCE ORCHESTRA

till[ SALE Simpson sugar cane Wednesday. ; ,
(for seed, genuine Porto Rico COAST-TO-COAST BROADCASTJ I
I sweet potato Seed. J. M. 'Truby,, Long cloth, lOc' per yard at i( I Whether you are one of G. H. Bennett

Starker-Flft.- ..._.- l-1'lU Stump's. ?
kill SALE A fine property on Mr. andMrs. T. S. Williams mo- those "handy men" tinkering

Call street for less than halt II tored to Gainesville Monday afternoon 4t' . H..... -' Agent for Swift & Co.'" Red Steer Fertliizers1our
price. Cash or terms. in your workshop, or a I
Daugherty.. It. .
Messrs. E. M. and R. J. Davis l ------------------>

JR SALE-Just received large wero In Jacksonville Tuesday - professional carpenter, _.

I shipment of bean seed, all varieties. night. {t :
tomatoes, -
Squash peppers well-
Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1- Mr. and Mrs. j. M.. Brownlee ;;r' you'll J swear by these
10-tf. and children were in Gainesville * a i
Sunday afternoon: c made, sturdy" tools.

T'S SWAP If you hav& a
Mrs. Carl Tankersley of Bard-
small, cheap .property that you z.
well. Ky., arrived Saturday for a Confidence
wl tjnt to swap for a nice 6-room,
visit with her sister! Mrs B. Dick. .
fine lots
modern house and two _
clone in, see W. E. Daugherty.It. .

I I. Auto covers.tops M., cushions Leviton.and cushion 26tf- : DeWitt JonesStarke Makes these lOW RIGS 1 1

fOR SALE Seed beans, Ford ,r.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell were n
Hook Lima, Tennessee Green Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon Fla. _AI .... .... .
Pod. Bountiful, Giant, String- in Your confidence: in us, reflected In your steady and in-

less and Valentine, Corn Peas, creasing patronage, enables us to reciprocate by offering

nuts Cukes and Squash Mellon, Peppers Seeds Pea-atWhite's. Mrs. Wade Kennedy and Mrs. J.P. these rock-bottom prices.!'! Hut the name high standard of'
Mack spent Wednesday morn-
2t. quality and service continues t
Butler.Mr. .
visiting in
ing -,- .- .- -,.. ..... --,--------..
and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot and .
a fine: piano slightly used and in of Gold Medal Kitchen Tested .
daughters of Sanderson were
partly paid for, -which will be

sold to party willing to com- Starke Sunday. SUCCESS FLOUR *" -, 24 pounds $1.19 '
plete the remaining monthly
D.'. C. D. Whitaker of the FlorIda ,
payments., Send name and ad-
State Farm was a visitor hero. . ..
dress for full Information Credit ------ - ------- - -- -

Manager, 84 Broad street, N. Tuesday.Dr ta..1trlt : Jumbo Peanut \ Heinz Tomato \

W Atlanta, Ga 2-14-2t.: and Mrs. E. L Biggs attended I

I I the medical association meetIng \ flutter, Quart Jar .45c \ Catsup Large Size 22cArmour's
|FOR SALE Improved Missionary in Gainesville last week.
stiawberry plants, Arkansas w - - ----- -, -------

grown nursery stock, best Miss Kate Struth was the guestof Vegetable
money can buy. Florida certi- Mr. and Mrs. Laurie EdwardsIn 1 t

Don't fied. buy Satisfaction elsewhere guaranteed.until you Jacksonville recently. Shortening 8 Pound pail$1.05

write for my prepaid prices. I Dressmaking, alterations and ,
buy second runners, in Sept. Oct. Mrs. P. S. Dew, cor-
plain sewing. HutlNfitrllnn nunratitwil or four Money IU-fiinclf
and November. W. G. Shirley,
Dlnamore Fla.. 1-17-1lt. ner Cherry and Jackson. 214tf. START THEM EARLYNothing J --- -- .- .----,--------

.. -- ,
,,, ,
|RAISE RABBITS-n--FOR US -:-Small I commencement Rev, J. T. Guy exercise will preach sermon the of Campbell's Pork and j I A Good Grade

space rabbits devoted will pay to;W-O big ,''dividends..strain fur! the Brooker school Sunday afternoon will help instill thrift Into your Deans, 3 Cans 25c I Rice, 5 Pounds + ._. 25c < .

Can successfully; raised In: at 3 o'clock. youngsters more than to start them out I ..... - .- ..... - - - -,.. .... ..... - - r
your back yard. Torn spare: spent last of their own.
Miss Eva Rlgdon with bank accounts Pure Cane Granulated ,
Into profit. Territory representatives week in Jacksonville visiting
wanted. Rabbits on friends and relatives. While there You will have to make the deposits at first

display Farmers Supply at Bradford Co.' Write County Ott' she. attended the Passion Play. -but get them interested SUGAR------- - Pounds, 56c

Rabbltr 31-41. )", Inc. Hawthorn, Fla. 1- Mrs:' Warren Johnson of Elizabeth Then as soon as they are old enough to .... J JU T U .. .... I T .. - ... -
..N" J.. Is visiting her parents t
Starke. them to put a part of it jn, their, sav:,, .1
WANTED TO BuY LONG LEAF ings accounts. Matches, 3 pkgs. ___ 18c Milk, 3 Tall Cans __ 25c

YELLOW When you need flowers call on .... I ... _ _,.. -, _ ..J. .. -
PINE LOGS loaded on
Gertrude O. Anderson will
Mrs. When they grow up they: appreciate
Waldo. Sweet peas,' $1>,00 for 100. Maxwell House
cars Railway
on Seaboard Air Line value of and realize the.helpful
Calendulas, 25c per dozen. the money,

Scaled and paid, for as influence of a bank book.,.
COFFEEFound Can 37cMC
Mrs.\ J. E. Corpening and little '
loaded. Advise class of logesad ,
Sunday Bank
quantity that you can fur- Hugh daughter with, L'Etta Mr. ,and spent Mrs T. A. Bradford County .. ..... ...DO.... _ _

alah.* Address E. C. Harrell. P. Brinson. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold STORE

Mesdaaes 3t W.'AndrewsJr.. STARKE FLA.: t
O. Dot] 858. telephone I 5-1085, g- .. Bins Nv Sternberg and L. Ib. WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY* '

Jacksonville.. ria. 2-14-21.. D.. Vining were- .In n" Gainesville J.fjjt1f1 -" ..... y a-- .
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all he leaped on a horse, overtookthe the morning Feb 19
& ---- ------ the >
:1r I : Swarm of Census TakersTo enumerator and forced the pa sylvania farmers will bE> ( J

How to perlrOm him at a pistol's point, the Penney Farms to ,'he)Uelta,
Farmers and Farming I Count After federal officials had threat- tourng: the Jacksonvi,'.

: RaisePoultry Begin Apfil2Many ened hIm with arrest, however, he i by automobiles and lat, ';olb let\\)

Editor) I I gave it back. Ocala, Silver Spring '10 (
( Agricultural
; Dy 01
,y p4 tg : Quest!Ions Will be Propounded 20. of each gainful + point
._ _ _ _ .__ _ _._ _ _. _ _ ._ ._- Occupation CEVSl'S HKPOIITS FOR -5----
-- --- -- ---- ---- -- --- ---" I worker.
Dy Dr L. D. LeGear V.S. fly Workers "Know Florida .
St. Lou, Mo. 21. Industry in which employed. 4t1lSINTCensus : FAMILIES; Deti. \\Vtt
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar-
annually by
TV.LcOmr.trad..*..sfh.Ontario One hundred t thousand census fl'lon
: ;:. r lic'es of Farm Experiences and Methods\ Found Vtrariiurr. College. 1S92.' Thlrtr-.l. 22. ..Whether employer, em- Bureau makes special State Chamber of Con) 're
_..01 enumerator! are about to swarm I
precdc im dlMMM
I the statewide
.\% To lie Best Suited to Our Country .of llv. Mock. end pcMiltrv. Eminentulhorlrr over the land, ringing doorbells ploye or workng! on own account. provision for enumeration of families "Buy at ti111paign" ,, ,
,. on poultry und mtack be from of the Florin.,
l.t.1n5. to
. _._ . National!* known: poultry I .. and asking question and doubt- 23. Whether actually at work. planning away : JUt
4; ) k. -- --- - -- ----- Chamber of
; .. .. NotoJauthorancJ. 1 lecturer..Irtlrlo less millions of housewives are 24. Whether a military or naval home during the month of April. Commerce laVe i
: : veteran the United States The fifteenth decennial census combined and the cc' ippj.
wondering how to act when the 9f '
Farmers Themselves of the United States will be taken campaign will bo carried j'l
:11 1.11 census man .calls. and if so In what expedition or ut ,
HOW TO Here's how: wa.'. during the month of April. The Ing the week of Februai 5,1'
t4T.tRTTL'IIKEtIL: FLOCK Mostly I'p To housewife enumeration will be made by a March 1. .
: Can Do Much to Tell him everything he asks.
Help force of about 100,000 enumerators S
Jf ---
: If he seems to be putting questions Whoever Is at home to answer
Tho Way to Hi-gin l I.. To IJcRln Hut who will go from house to Polk county with shiunienulcltrua
that are not any of Uncle these questions must supply the
Rural Life >\ I"'w CuuHiiiiH Will Help Over I house and secure the information fruit during' the irm01
Improve Sam's business!' you make him Information for everyone living in
l : for the 1928-29 of 27 ,
: c'OIIl" 1'Vur of Ch.t'r-C'II..llouli. required census. Iveryw4.sen4iitobeemtmeifttedrsofar per. cent ,3futateVtotal
show you the specific question on the house. In most cases this will I
' output
___ nalnimnej: :
u. the Official list, bUtthecuMtare meaillIio nousow.'fe as tile man
., .
-i1.ittga \ iiy JlIIIIOI tsnj"Farmers basket. Judging from' letters received as possible, at his "usual place of title of the "premier cltru, 'O\IJ,
that he won't go off that lint. of the house probably will be at I \
''e: themselves---,- do The natural growth of the flowers from readers' of these articles: the Federal law provides! that anyone work when the census enumerator abode" or the place where he usually of Florida," according ti 8lj(
ran suggests the of In of \tvelt."here individual tlcal summary of tho ,
type vase :ubJect turkey raising is upper- who refuses to answer, correctly calls. Imimi''
much to Improve rural Ufa. That which they should be placed. most In minds of thousands of the question the govern- With reference to Question No. members of a family are ..away sued here. The total "."'"OlD,
4F :I1i1 la l the Innocent little statement I Shol'l-lItemmed 'I from home at.the time the during the
: : .flowers should be people. Therefore In answer to numerous census past season
ment wants answered or answer 28, A special form Is provided to
In the (the other :t
w1L K &W news day. put In to low bowls and Jong requests I am going .to da- work In taken they will be reported to ,104,599 boxes out of >. ,'tel
them to the best of his knowledge! cover persons who did not
was down In) one ( burled
way corner stems In high vages! vote two or three more article'sto tho enumerator by other members 23,500.000() boxes In the.
shall be to maximum the last regular 're
subject "yesterday
a or on
T4 1IiAc up, you might! gay. Hut It at- ( i of the For where It which
Adapted Delia
family. rim embrai
by Lucy Settle that subject. cases |hr,| |
trarforl attention, Met me to penalty of a $100 fine and 60 days working day. There are five
; my from 'olsltln-n Art In Is known in advance that the two counties In South
Every Day Turkey raising |III profitable. It ai"
1it thinking, and I believe It l la of Imprisonment.: No one has evel'been quonllons-to be used "If this per-
.. Ufu.) Is not: nearly HO difficult whole family will bo away from Florida.
'; 4 thinking more about. as mist penalized under t this statute, son hns a Job"How many weeks .....
aITIt Win n ncopla in (own have some people Imagine. True the number but census takers have often used ,sincehe has worked at that job? home at that time special provla-I -
Ion hews been News item In Tlmes-Un,
of turkeys t produced farms in ) made by tile Director I
on | cta
: roiiilliloji hey want remedied they the law as a throat when answers WJiy was he not at 'work yesterday I
ri I 1 ,! of the Census in the form of that the mayor of a Cuntr
the :
United States ham had a steady an '0 I
.c do not) to:( about! the countryside( Wilt:.. FARM 1 were refused. ? Does he lose a day's pay by
.j I rilOUKAM{ ;
absent scliedulo hat been cent to Florldiilty .
I II I decllno for tho last forty family which is to Id''
7- HHkfrm! Homebody( to help them out. I years. The rest of your\ : conduct when not being at work? How many
I Like the recent slump of the stock j bo filed out by some responsible "took out a f50,0( < ,((
They "roll! ui I their Bleoveu" and I "The Volets of Florltla" tho census' enumerator calls, Is op days did lie work l last week? How I
him before
member of surance on
It the in advance
market wcuM appear the bot- family arSouth.
tional. You tan keep him standIng many days In full-time! week?
: Kfit to work. And the chances are I
I iom has been reached and I nm { of the census date" and transmitted .orVhy the South d
t good that they will get what they in the ,doorway or you can In- And four In case the person has
% hopeful that turkey raising will I to the local supervisor of census! ,' started toward Chtcag< '0,
want. A farm program of. unusual In- vita him into t the parlor and serve Job of any kind. These are: I
about face and regain Its lost A copy of this schedule can be se- be I perfectly plain.
:a Of rourno the farmers problems! terost will be given over WHUF, pros- Ice cream and! cake. Is he able to work? Is he looking I

U. 1 Vf8 much m/ire complicated than Ktuto mill university radio station, /ro. v Hli': only job is to ask the stipulated for a Job? For how many weeks cured by application! to Mr. Carl K. ,)0-------_ _...
Two things tend to discourage i the : has he been without ? Henson Leavitt, of South Jacksonville,
; I thoso of hi* city ne'Khbors but It next week through the cooperation questions and get answers a job -
: .t, toGs! ("fI-m that a lit tie more of the of the Florida AgriculturalIntension the raising of turkeys. One Is the as best he can. He has no for being out of a job Florida who Is the census. supervisor Say it with Flowers ]
dread of the disease known I for this district.
i rplrlt of "rolling up his sleeves : ( Division. The programs aaBlackhead. right to do more. Fdrincr t<> It*, Qilzzv.i, : :
.,1 mid) KoinK to work" would be to will begin at 12:15: eastern standard The other Is the mistaken What They'll .'"k Tho schedule for farmers Is a I' Families planning to be away -,-'--.---.-.--..
!fdtsa 1 that turkeys must havea The will be long one, 232 during the month of April, leaving -
: containing
enumerators questions.It
time and
the farmer's" advantage And JJt> limb for 30 mnutes.: I
I wIde range of ground to roam around in The 1930 covers the farm hlm- the home closed or with no Flowers For All
course the farmers, should work : Local talks 'by specialists, U. S. early April. operator I' '
: together as do his city neighbors.AVhtn Farm Flashes, and Answers to on I shall discus both of these censuses or population, agriculture / sell, farm acreage, pasture, draIn- one in charge who is qualified to
: they want a thing done, they Florida farm problems will bo features aujects in subsequent articles, and and employment will bo age, farm tenure, farm rentals, I give the census information to the

r W don't go at It one at a time, each of the programs. attempt: to show how Blackhead |'taken simultaneously, beginning farm values farm debts, taxes enumerator, are urged to obtain! ---------

one by hlmxelf. They Ret the The main features for each day can be avoded: and to correct Idea April 2, These are the 24 questions and expenditures farm machinery! one of these schedules at once and

rrowd behind them ami( noon push( follow: Unit turkeys cannot bo raised in I they will ask In the popula- co-operative marketing, number of to fill it out and send It to Mr. ... GODBEYANDERSON

,j t their project over. Saturday February 22 -FlorIda -' confinement. But first let us consider tion census which will cover'approxlmately domestic animals of various species Leavitt at the earliest date. Or If .
some of the esssentlal things of all kinds, value of tho house is left in charge of a servant -
farm 122,000,000
Prom time: Immemorial the news and U. S. farm science persons. crops
_ , farmer-has been used to having snapshots. in starting a turkey flock. 1. Relationship to head of family product, 'movement of farm population who will be sure to be at Phone 39 Waldo' Fla
everybody but farmers tell him Monday, Feb. 24 drove Irrigation In selecting a breed consider- Including a statement as to etc. Sample schedulesaro home when the enumerator calls, ,.,--------.--
what tlon should be given to size and tho "home-maker" In each family Bent to farmers well in ad- the schedule may be left with Ruth
to do and how to do It, It -- E. I'. Dellusk, extensIon -
:: l lit Just poHHlhla that the farmer citrus pathologist-entomolog weight for after all turkeys are 2. Whether hornets owned or vance so that they may figure out servant for delivery to the numerator -
_ _ : i raised for meat production. The rented. :' the data and be The information furnishedon 1
; : liuii fallen too much! Into the habit ist. ready for the enumerator COFFINS & CASKETS
r _ M of depending on other peopto, and I Tuesday Feb. 25 Concreteon Bronze variety seems to be the 3. Value of home If owned, or ,, this schedule will be treated as
; not asserting* hlmxelf enough. If tho Florida Farm-Frazier most popular because of Its size. monthly rental If rented. Women who decllno to reveal confidential and will be used only And it Full Line of

v the city folks had been used to I Rogers: .professor of agricultural It is sometimes called the Mammoth 4. Radio set? (Yes or No.) their ages will not, as a matter of for the tabulation of satisfies Undertaker' Supplies

Bitting around and letting other engineering, College of gr1cu1t Bronze Other popular breedsare 5. Does this family live on a policy, be threatened with a fine which will not reveal any Information
people work out their problems, I U ye. the White Holland. Bourbon farm? I lor a term in the hoosegow. The with regard to Individuals or AUTOMOBILE' HKAHSKAI

_ i for them! they might bo In Just aal Wednesday, Feb. 26 Popular tIed and Narrllgal sett. There are I 6. Sex. 'census taker is at liberty to mak ,families. .,.. on llnnil. The 'hrnlHrrvloe

l had fixea; at Union aa the farmer I BreedH of Domesticated Itabblta two varieties called the Black and 7. Color or race. his own guess.. But most women S at the lowpnt I....'.*.,

(. Kcits In. nut they don't wait for (review)-U. Fulghum, assist/ Slate, but they are not given much 8. Age at last birthday. are said to be frank about their Marking the second tour of Nprrlal' attention to trlrftrnpk |

_! other people to take pity on them. ant extension editor. Primer for consIderation in tho United States 9. Marital condition. ages. Information given is held Florida. outofstate farmers onlern
; TUey look out for themselves.It Town Farmers. because they art smaller, than the 10. Age at first marriage. If secret and cannot be used to Incriminate scheduled" this month, a party of IIKCJISTICHKODEWITT; I.alll U.'Ult:

( will not be easy for farmers Thursday, Feb. 27 Progress I, others. ally anyone. Thus, if a few 125 Pennsylvania farmers will! arrive C. JONES
: to HOlvo their problems aa it i Is for of a Poultry Co-operative! Endeav- There are three ways to start a 11. Attended school or collegeany thousand, persons describe their in Florida: for a sight seeing RTAIIKE. KI.O1IIU1

_ v, city people and( possibly these or--!. S. Allen, president Central turkey flock One Is by buying time since Sept. 1, 1929? occupation as "bootlegging" ," they trip. Arriving In Jacksonville over -

_ %t problems can't lie> xolved. by fiirm- l Klorldu Poultry Co-operative As- matching eggs. Another Is to pur- 12. Ableto, read or write. will not be bothered because of the Seaboard Air Line railway

: t.r. alone but "farmers them. Bocltation.Friday chase baby- -Doults.'u anil__ thA____ thlrrl_.. .. .. 13. Placaof birth. (State or their! frankness. But the Census

Klve.. can do much to Improve rural Feb. 28 Planting is the purchase of adult breeding country.) 1" '- Bureau expects very few bootleg- !

life." I Trap Crops for- Melon and Pickle stock. Under favorable circumstances 14. Father's. place of birth. gers to be honest about it; most I

: Worms-J. H. Watson entomologist you can have turkeys for (State or country;) I of them have, other ostensible oc BROWNLEE BROS. C. W. ROBERTS
market the first
Florida Experiment Station. year. 10. Mother-tongue of each for- cupatlons.
1 I If you start with breeding stock, eignbornperson.. Ffiilsh' In Two Vet C'Jot

,, ,. HINTS TO HOfSKWIVESHome POnT'nOl' (,11.\ sl PIONI4M.II take every precaution possible to 17. Year of Immigration to There are 574 supervisory dIstricts Starke Lawtey

t : I ": Tom OF FLORIDA soe that your adult turks are free United States If foreign-born. where the census returns

Demonstration Agent -- from disease. Examine them carefully 18. Whether naturalized, it will be received and given a pre- ..
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I Forty for size and build. Breeding foreign born, liminary count before being senton -- -- - --------- -- -
c'lc"C'lh.1C ...'Iowc..... 10 southern Champions states representing were- stock should have large frames I 19.Whether able to speak English ] -[' Washington.. Each census

the guests of the Chilean Nitrate broad backs, and big, full breasts. if foreign-born. taker is paid according! to the number Avoid Those

_ In selecting flowers for a room. of Soda Educational Ilurea'u on a set See that .the legs are sturdy and of persons or farms he enum- Costly Delays

thu Drat consideration Is the color recent tour through Fl rldl1. They' well apart.It Christmas trade. One of the fatal erated. lIe or she, that is, Inasmuch -

#,4 scheme of the room. Flowers supply arrived in Tampa from New Orleans hardly seems necessary to' mistakes made by many turkey as 20 or 25 per cent of the
1t the exhlllratlng accent of color and continuing their trip visIted point out the advantage of pure- raisers to market and the smaller enumerators are likely to be wom- There's a lot of satisfaction in knqwlng

: and as In the use of all bright the Mountain Lake Sanctuaryat ,'be bred stock.Ie The initial cost may stock kept for breeding purposes. en. They are all supposed! to finish where to get what you want when
color, they should be chosen deliberately Lake Wales, the Citrus Experiment a 11 lot higher, but it costs nomore Do not try to splurge Iii the be, their territory within two you
to raise a purebred than amongrel ginning. in small and weeks after the want it. Complete stocks
: and 'carefully placed. Station at Lake Alfred, Orlando Start a way census begins. assure prompt
; Tha bright warm colors bring a Daytona Beach, St. Augustine for and the sale both of birds develop ",rad ally. Some of them have really difficult deliveries of Bradlcy's Fertilizer "AAQUALITY'
breeding and (
note of gaiety Into the room while and Jacksonville. eggs for hatchIng Again I say turkey raising Is a tasks climbing into the more .

the flowers of cool colors have a Many FloridIans co-operated In difference will more than make up the profitable btfulneas. It should be remote tastnesses of the country.A ). A Grade for every crop

mibtla", beauty. Does the room need arranging the tour and making it A one of our leading activities along certain tiny percentage of ma- and soil condition. Order
; to be more stimulating If so, as educational as possible .business. good time to get in the turkey with chickens and live stock. The niacs or cranks is bound to be encountered Bradley'snow.

e choose the warm colors which will follow tho is now especially If you turkey Is a native product. It is ( with a modicum of Get more profit for every dollar

; harmonize* with the general color pitonrt'K: QUALITY MILK plan starting with as American as the eagle or the strange experiences. For instanceone invest
;.; : Hchetno: of the room. Yellow and -.... of breeding turkeys stock. 'Large numbers buffalo. New wealth will be added enumerator pumped a Texas you fertilizer.BRADLEY'S.

,, .; yellow-orange (flowers, the colors A quality production demonstration markets. are rained for Christmas" to the agricultural coffers of the farmer's wife in the last agricultural

;t of light will fit Into any color wan given here February fine You can make some very I United States once the turkey census while the farmer was

scheme, but bright red-orange 20 by C. Sidney Leete, associate that selections from choice flocks takes its rightful place in the ,away. When the farmer' returned r

-' and bright red-purple need to be market milk specialist with the U _ are being ireoared for the I poultry world. and heard that his wife had told I

handled with care. Room which S. Hureau of Dairy I Industry and J. I a -. . . .. -
: .
ti. _! contain conaldurablo amounts of II, Aicciatn:. extension U. S. dairy L I -_ _-_-______.-___.______ :" -._' -'.:-" -: -';-:,:.- :_:"-:--' ---_-:-: ;".,,' ., ',;, :,, ; ,

orange and scarlet do not suooess- specialist ? FERTILIZERS

fully receive the purple and red* An effort was made to show the

purple flowers. Flowers of these economic Importance of clean milk Read .What Your Neighbor Says ("AA QUAUTY")

uarreUome] colors, bright red- and the methods for keeping It
purple, should not be used together clean. took for the "AA QUALITY"seal on the hick of every
J. A. Bauer's Blue Ribbon ball: fertilizer
for they destroy each other's The state extension service, commercial you buT. It Is rout guarantee of auallrr.

beauty Tills should be remember dairies, and a number of

ed when window boxes are being 'I city health departments cooperated Brand Plants I

4 Arranged and the flowers are being in the demonstration.

planted In the yard, for too A\ '
I i 'j. frequently the clllLrmlng 'errect of 1'. M; Williams, Davenport, has STRAWBERRY PLANTS OF
. I a wndow: box of red-purple petunias land prepared tor sowing BOO acres Starke" Fla.. Feb. 12th, 1930.
to permanent pasture lie plans I' Mr. J.A. Bauer .Iud8onia ilrk.
.; for example. Is lost because Fot fifty
years we have
of the proximity of some sulvla, to uso Dallas, Bermuda and lea- Dear Sir: grown( and sold the best straw

..4: acarlat caunas, or geraniums. It a pedexa. according to county agent berry plants grown. See our-. ow--->n-<--. -a--.< e-..->. .-..-..... v....."_'._
? room seems cheerless, or a corner Frank L. Holland. The plants shipped Broicnlee Bros., in your last order were In with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop U

''; aeemi too dark, a bouquet of yellowish County Agent, John O. Hudson, for me. I must write and tell you how fine they are; have Just short thIs season"every place so w, advise you to get or-

t, & a glint flowers of sunlight will seem On the to supply other reports that Toble Leonard Santa finished setting fifteen thousand of them. Have never seen bet I der In early and make sure of your waatt.My ,

band, the blue and the purple Rosa County 4-H club'boy recently ter ones. agents are N. I). Wainwrlght. Jr., P. F. Flume,
flowers will lost completed a period of feeding Brownie .
appear In the dark Yours truly, Bro ., Bradford County
__ his pig In which the pig gained Strawberry A solatlo
corners, and will be
enjoyed most and 3. II. Moore
/ M. Lawtey. FU.
,4 when they are placed In the light. 222 pounds In 180 days. BROJVNLEE. Price good Mfeslonar,
"' \ from young beds, 1000 to "
HvJeollon of Yawn 500O. *". Over BOOO, '2.73' f.-

A collection of good containers for Daytona lighting Beach local -airport.Backache Funds, raised Mr. Brownlee's letter speaks for itself. We sent Brownlee o> b, here.

M 4 does not necessitate* a large expenditure Bros. 30,000 of our bred Missionary -Plants.
: of money. Simple, well- up See what he J./f. BAUER

proportioned shapes of good color thinks of our kind of plants. \ye can please you as well as we LOCK: BOX 38

may be obtained without cost, or did Mr. Brownlee. See any 1jf our agents and give them I JUDSONIA, ARK
for very little. The colors which If functional your
Bladder Irritation order
: or order direct from me at prices in this ad. This makes
are generally useful for vases are disturbs your sleep, or causes
t k putty color and other soft earth Burning or Iltchlng Sensation, 50 years of fair dealings with the public for the Bauer firm. We I -

: .I colors: wood browns soft dull i Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular sell more plants than all 'oth r' rowers in the South combined

blues grayed greens and black. aches, making you feel tired de. and fill I
we can orders. will
jjWe have
1 Clear glass makes .a good container pressed, and discouraged, why not your plenty of good Missionary i

.I, for most flowers. Flowers try the Cystex 48 Hour Teat all through March aft'd Into early early April. We hope YES We can charge your 0

whose beads seem heavy for their I Don't give up. Get Cystex today. to have the chance to serveyoii.J.A. II URS

4 \ sterna present a more balanced appearance I Put It to the test. See for your. I STORAGE BATTERY 0
J when, they are placed in I self how quickly it works and In iiSmith's ,

t an opaque vase. Weeds, seed pods whatsit. does. Money back If"It BAUER I

and berries which have a rough I doesn't bring quick Improvement,

texture are out of harmony with and satisfy you completely. Try JUDSONIA.ARKtNSAS

', .l the delicate texture of glass and I Cystex today. Only 60c at, Cor- kl

w. ahoulcl be placed% la pottery or In.I I peirtng's Drug Store. I UI I ,1 I Garage


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dreu; Song don't Have to Take Laxatives Latest orders from prohibition j, It. H. TrfwlwII. o'r.1'1 OP KI.K(TIOyVe -

Ilu ad lay. lie States" is big headlines / headquarters at \Vashlngton-' M. Me 11.... l-Dl-Bt-I-23 \ the un lerNlitn. l taxpnyem of ;
Hub-Hchool JHxlrlct No. 9 of
Teachers: G. of tho Florida dulliea. He "'Th Law Must Ho, Enforced" Hradford t'oiintv, will present our 4

L. G. Powell, have lost his money in one Members of congress pleaso take I :M>'rif'I') OKWe 1.11."rIO\l: petition" to the Hoard of 1'iihlli In- t I
llrndford County Flor r
Mrs. O. P. !
defunct banks. notice the linilcrnlnned' tnxpnver, of ida at iv regular meeting Monday f
Epperson, Mrs llelll.ronn Nub-School "lull-let No. IS March; 5, Stan nt t o'clock 'to auk for Fan
Mrs. A. J. of lirndfnnl County will prttMent our election to determine: whether or
word is a lamp solo *"* fed- ""' light unto Ey patb>-Psalm 119:105.: of the log dresses seem to Husband coming home drunk pat''ltlnn to She Ilimnl of 1'ulillo titHtructlon .not Kelley Knh-H.-hool litntrlct, No. "
f derman Eunice the other night tried to break Into nf llrmlfnrd County FlorIda 1 shall. imimolldntu' with District* ..5'No
e All Belle Shepard. legs that should be nt n roHTiilnr meeting to he held, H, 10 1 ]A and Irt. to elect three ( ll
r1jI irbUUf 4JpiIu "jjrfow8 leaching doctrine or In JackR"nvllle.-De- the house and was shot and March 3, 111:10, Ht I clock tn oak tiuere. and drtcrintne the amountof
creed, if they are to have any claim I A splendid up killed: by his wife. That ls the for nn elect Inn to rU'trrmlne whether till I In xr to tie .n..<..>ni.>eil BKalnxl j
rot I love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must ba In harmony with Mrs. J. H. Lord New To which we hasten or not Hvlllironn Huh-Hrhm| l Itl!,. lh<' .oll..II'lal..1. dial. net.
the to do husbands who will
I way .. J 1 U Umlerhlll,
Christ trlft N. IS shall eoneolldnte' with
of Jesus the whose words fit into fold and that the dre 8"s should be
t achings every crevice W. M. U. under not listen to reason UUtrlctK. Non. H, a, 10 end 1 I5. to elect' 1151, Oliver
t human heart, and of whom It was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN Mrs. G.V.. enough to cover 1 hem as far ; three trni>tvc>* and 4letf' >rnilne the I'. I', l-*.< Mhv
ne hCE LIKE THIS MAN." Sun ford at li-ast. amount of inllUijte to tiv- livnc'HitHirnliiHt ;;. \'. A. Hrownlnflr\
t accomplished, Man died (In an apartment houseat the roimollilnted dlitrlct. (*. A. Johns -
2t should you commit understand that God's plan of sal- j gratifying In I I T N. Norman F!, It. I'tHlerlilllr. .
whom I Jones In tho Marlnuna EiiHtls and was not found for K.:Lewis. \\ I I.. JohiiHon
??' Answer, read-Psalm vation included All who would accept flno spirit!! of two days. All of which reminds 1'*. JjlnttoaW. ..Mrlll..n11'0...

it. I service{ tbrou says life"that In Miami they hut have that a (I u" that TCustls: Is a nice quiet !place v':,. K.T.= Green Tlllln l-91.Et.2-2-

nk hrl"i ''K Fm'cwell MPHNUROB I IIt In order1 to convince: the hearers Reports of Y. l In which to spend the winter Rufus ilrvvn \01'1: 'ld ii r 6CIt1011v ",U.P: y(
w 281620.: Then the of their authority to preach salvation I I beam Band and nobody's buslneuH und West : liven

on T t iples went away Into the Apostles were given supernatural '-also rea-d-r-Much need not worry about_'fl. I 'Tillie, HreenM Notlc I I. hen.hv slven that I the
I ''I 7 ti I the proper! wsy tu look "at -And now it is "Fair" Time" In I If. Parm'ntr undersigned. '( Unardlnn for Ovid' Oeneral -
ed ,uo a mountainwhere powers and Jesus said' given the \ I Florida whet all the fruits and \If, HhnitonJ. Lee, Minor heir of the Mntntnot t

Iita r Ij ippointed them. 17. And to them. "Heal the sick cleansethe ments for tl ", amusements Miami wants of >very let Miami city. I rogelablen and fowls and hogs; .. (I',, .r..n Clmnon>eT. . :i lny fclllaa* after Moore ilntn, tJcceu hereof.iil., nn will to-wlt thirty:

111 pit) jaw him, they worship-I lepers, raise the dead, cast out with the )' and let the rest of the world and sheep and rattle are ready for J, B. Orim the llth' '
? nut some doubted,, 18 devils; freely ye have received, church. the big displays that demonstrate 1-31-111.11-28 apply to the honorable: (lee.. \. tlar- 1
7 I; p )' -- -- | diner, county' Judge of KrmlfonlBounty
ne, ,Fame and spake unto freely give" Lack of wordl Two new .' to tile world Florida In a real ag- 1\OTU'.1 OF KLKCTION: Vlnrliln. nt his oirtce' nt the. Y
All is given property prosperity should not ed Into the .'nilrt notion In the City uf Htarko, j,
power {
05 stale.
e ,1 !!! Coast In 1.1-i.' for Big We. the underalRnod tsxpayers nr Florida' for nn order to null atlirlvntu
al a 'K'aven and Iq earth hinder anyone from receiving sal Miss Pearl A andi-rnllt; Suli-Srhnol: : fiat rl.l; NiItl >. .Bale. nil of the undivided
and teach vation. Yet, in this connect.on; Dew.Dir.. wail score head In many of H".If".t County' will ircm-iil, rlRht tttla unit'\ Inn'n-H of until. Ivtil
e'' Therefore, last week. Wo I thought It Uncle flea of the Marlon Sun our |elltlnn 'to the llonril of Public Ui'uwrnl. I..,.. In and to the foll"1 ", I
fir baptizing them in them Jesus said: "the laborer is worthy J.V.. says that utter listening to some InMii. IK'Ion of llnulfi.ul" County fr'lu., 1 log iJeHcrllietl Inndx to wit:
the I
Oils t coas1 would bo nt .a rpiruliir" im,'tlnc Mnmliiy-Mar 'h NoiithoaMt[ ,
of his | < nunrtcr of Noufhwest'
,II Father, and of the hire. I years of faithful go up carnival, or bathing of I bet radio programs mixed 1 up II. 11130: at t oVIorU to ,,,*I. for nn' fliiu-t r. Section Thlrly-l\vi', Town
IlllII >t the Holy Ghost 20 I Concerning the people to whom, urer of tho !IPX with static aud other interfernce It.. ..ITlli.n, lo d'<.tarinln I ,, whether or | ..llll| Nix! Smith! HuriB". ." Tw" lily-two!
or of the
: ) them to observe all the gospel is sent Jesus said 'He office. O. W. really something meant that a bill; blow sort man is entitled to listen to a few i not. Vunitnrhllt lu Hhiitl oiiMolldMto 1'\\1' h-M.'hunl i l with IMntrliiNo din.IrlctN titans"Final', or ronliilnliiK I...... nod. 'tu lIIIK all and Curly" IjoInK acres lit

h ""tat,loerer 1 have comI that receiveth you reeelveth me I well chosen : would strike the "damns" even; from the Shreveport ' N..... N. x. 15 unit It, to eloitthro !llriiiirfinl, County Klorlcla.. _
rel'elvetlI I cast triiMt<*t>n and d..I.'onl..o. then Thin 241 It l>"v of lunuiirv', I93i.
I,]left, ou and, lo, I am with and he that receiveth me preciation on Of course It did not. Flor- "talloJl.Tho nn' 'u nt 1 Jill,,JlV., even unto the end of him that sent me. lie that re- members of tho no big blows In the winter the, ronnolUlntvtl' dial. rict., Climrdlnn for Ovid ilenornl. IMO,
I. 1i. Conner
.torld ceiveth a prophet in the name of a sented Brother except such "blown" all these federal trade commission li. M. Alvare alucr

tr ,lyeI' 0 Lord, by these things prophet shall receive: a prophet's propriate gift In would Indlrnto. Poor finds no virtue In cigarettes! even t .'\.'Si. I:: .
v. lliirliilBal :MIIKI) 0"" F'IVtI. .11"111 tlUiMNolle
d live and In all these things roward; And whosoever shall giveto long service. for Florida by the to the making of a slender figure l_. U ,rinpp'
u, J live and In nil these things Is drink unto one of these little After the and hereafter the cigarette advertisements N. HUI'I'1'I1"y I I" Sorcbv given that Sixty
I : Hnl'' ,dny after. dote hereof on to-wlti
Bute of my spirit. ones a cup of cold water only In freKhmenta were will not contain any .1 <'. Alviiri'H the 8''lh tiny of February, A, II. into.
the name of a disciple, verily I dies and a la noted that more tefiUmonals! from prominent \\'. K. Conner I, the IIn..llIn..d. executer of the
among other >. I'. will of the Into
r AUarea henry Htvi
I say unto you he shall in no wise enjoyed by the people In" Florida thin people. Instead of "reaching for Hun FH u Ik nor Nim, ilerwnmVil. will l .Ar"present myvnachrrs

SUNDAY SCHOOL lose his reward." However poor present. U James J. Tunney. Now sweet" the federal commission ,1. K. M nnn In MT nail. nnnl nocnunt, a* .uiKrxunitor
Mack AildlMon 'In the ,
LESSONFor HniiniablM then A.
3 one may be, however small the Mrs G. P. who la James J. Tunney and reached for a club. W. M lIuIHnM'lIwor'h nni-illnvr, t'ounty Judge nf Mrmlfrvr.l

I gift or the deed yet if given or should he be placed' along N. J. NormanH. county Klurlila and ask for. his .Prroviil -
r M. Whltehend unit
done In the of Christ and Tampa Construction' will my discharge as much
name the prominent people of this 11. V. Alvnre tixirutnr.Thin .
February 2J.: J0IO.iibjeot for his sake It will be rememberedand \ '; other states? And what start noon on $100,000 theatre C. K Rogers' the ith day of December
A. n. 1939
The Twelve (Apostles) rewarded. trap or fly trap did he building with seating capacity of < ft.v(, It.* AJvarea I'rnahv' WU.I.tAM !t. 8TKVEN5IOS.;
Forth Regular ? 1,500 people in Ybor City. \\ l;. MalHlop Keieoutor of entitle of Henry : ,
STUDENTS: SPEAK AT SERVICEA Sunday at I,. I.. Norman Large Ntevenaon' a'I' ,
olden Text: "The harvest truly Strew Heddlnh I 2.5.91.
enteous but the laborers are -- R. E. Starr of of the Florida resort cit- t
goodly number of students school at 3 p. that there IXO'I'It'll OP KLRCTIOV :% '
Pray ye therefore the Lordhe are more peo OiI'F1'l'o IIIIIIIKIIM:

harvest that he will sendh from the state university were preaching. Florida this year than ever Wn the l..r"'Kn..t' l taxpayers of NOTICE or 1..J.rlo'V: : Tli. tmnul. of bond trilnteoft/ of I M

into his harvest." over from Gainesville last Sun- "but they are not spending nixing Hiil.-Mrliool. Dinirk-t No. 18 HriKlford' enmity. Flu. will receive $
laborers of Hrudford Pounty, will We, the undernlirned tnicpiiverH, of sealed. hide at the ntltun of the
present our
1 t. 9:37: 38. day evening: attending services at The last link If this l is true they petition to the Koiird. of Pulillo) In- Wooillnwn. Hiili-Hrhoiil, I DlHlrltt No. N ri-till-y till! 10;:OU n'rlork A. M ,set'-nil
Introduction "The the Presbyterian church. A gos- Trail long be smart people with a new fftruuflnii of llriulforcl fnunty I Florida of Hriitlfortl. County, will. present. our the Fourth iliiv' or March, A. I D., 11> 1O,
lesson ; great nt rruulnr. mxMlnic petition tu, the Hniir.1 of f'llblln In- thou nt 'that Urn >ul
a Monday.Murcli >llrly
| > "ns
1)089) of Jesus in coming tofh pel team from the Y. M. C. A. conducted between Fort to beat old H. C. L. In all 3, 1930: Ht 1 clock to auk strati fun of llrndforil Cuunl'Monday:; for the piirchnn <,fl t
the service, the speakers was hooked up travels this has never hap Cor nn elttlon( lo determine whether Ida nt ii regular meeting, Two and and Ona-hnlf Ton TrurkM.
was to lay the foundation forI day night to I or not Ulnlnir 8Ilb- rhlol l>l trlct. !March .1, lil.10! : nt o'clock to unit. for Hum to l). riiulppxit with t'nba 1 '! ,
of heaven being Arnold Dean. Ollie Anderson to me. My money always .. an election to determine whether or yunl bmllvi I
the klndgom ((1)) by No. 1(1( shall i-onmilkliita with i Ing down his life sacrifice ,, and David Lowrie. They of a $150,000 ngs, north or south. I trlrtu NOH, 8. 0, 10 and 15, to elect. not Wood lawn Hiih-Hrlio.! .! lilHtrlfNn. t tires on rear.
as a
gram completed three truKtocn and determine. the 8 Khali 1"0nMolldRt. with DlntrlctNn. It In nmlfrMoo.l Hint lilililnri. will
,10. and in doing so, to provide brought a cornetlst with them who amount of mlllujce to he nHHeHMudnKHlrint : II, 10, Ifi and 19. to elect thre.trtiHteen am-Mit| Twit Model! T Pnril Truck In
individual redemption; ((2):!) by rendered several pleasing num County : es stolen In Kansas cost the consolidated district. and determine, 1 I the inlllairi exchange, and I to Klvn' nt price In
it \ ( y to lie Hueeiified. against. the- cuimultdntcil bill wllli nlluwaiun for 'the trariIllH. *-
company, which l Is
thing clearly the principles of bers. A reception and lunch was probably one reas C'Y'Ar'c: :;I In ; ."...Irh.t.T .
kingdom and demonstrat- given at the manse after the meet- President J. S. Kansas: never amounted to Thomas , H. Norman Tlio hoard reserve" (the right to
new Myers. in the big scheme of life. F. ThoniHH W. II. Norman reject any or nil hid..
those principles in his own ing ,at the church H. K. Kelly .r. M\ Norinnn.r. N. S. MATTIIRWS.
i Tj....1..1' I'ronliy . M. ItnMler t'h"Inlluard, of hood Trustees. .
and ((3) by training
; ) a group PRESBYTERLSNServices Hill Grocery and I Floyd C'roM.y H. If. Thompson ATTKHTir. .
'' men to pack: up his work andy Whenever the h. 13 rronliy If. T. Itennelt !. A, tI'1'1'II.
It on." a thing l Is so It l Market changed hands. F) (' "1ru.t- t.31.ftt.I.U 1 He<--tiirv g.T-dt.l-T

Sunday, February 2.3, of what the ;
flmo and Place of the Lesson:
I he second year of the ministry as follows: think. Since i
10 a. m. Sunday school J, 1\1. ficials have said
8US when he was most popu-
In Galilee thl most Truby, supt. was Florida It
} populous
"ll. a. m. Morning worship, ser- should all help
productive part of Palestine *
mon by the pastor promptly all ; jfl
tarty In his ministry Jesus call-
6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor, quarantines, ti 0 5n N
four of his disciples to follow
topic "The Value of the Bibleto
tions etc.
; then he called the twelve to
I with hm: constantly, and later New Christian! Nations. Mr.U. FLORIDA"I t tr
I' P. Clark will give' a talk on Earthquake i83o iggo
them out two by two as teach- tl
American Indians. er cold enough
]and preachers. "Hitherto they l
730.: Evening worship, song ple to death In
been disciples; now they be-
and sermon. cent Items In
lio) apostles, messengers, min -
,arles" Prayer meeting %;ednesday eve- Snow storms '"
ning at 7:30.: groves out there
|)fur lesson begins (Matt. 9:33): ) '
A cordial invitation: to all our which leads one
d Jesus went about teachin -
services extended to all.HAPTIST is a right good -
their synagogues, and ,
live and
|aching the gospel of the klng- I
finding it so this
fi 1, and healing every sickness ,:- .

!"every disease among the peo- Sunday school at 10 a. m. V. B. In a s'gjied!
Josepheua (the Jewish hs-! .
supt.Number Coolidge says
| an) says there were more than
enrolled 124. Average
nel Is a good new
cities and towns in Galilee,
attendance for last year, 85. that the Sentinel
ll I lit was among these that Jesus
lit.. Worship at 11 a. m.. and 7:30: door of Mr.

py m. Morning subject "Made at Mt. Dora
flout! of the healing 'done by '
Free by Truth." John 8:32.: he Is thero as a .4 _.-
Ins was to his
prove authorityteach -
Even'ng subject, "Worldllness. tinel Is placed
( and preach. In speaking ,
Wednesday evening at 7:30: pro- morning Bill
Cornelius Peter said that Jesus I A. Mrs. G. C. ,
gram by the Y. W. ed statement my
|not' about doing good, and heal- White leader. tograph free. .

I all that were oppressed of theII only. .

; for God was with him." CHIUSTIAX CIICnCH: ..
But when he saw the multi- .
pi, he was' moved with com- Teaching service from 10 to 11 have been urged

f-slon on them, because they a. m. avocado groves. } :71 Storehouse ofislistory ,.

ted, and were scattered abroad Commanded worship from 11 to there are not .

[cheep having no shepherd. Then 12. In Florida and

I'h' he unto his disciples, The Sermon: "Are You Fit to half of the "'; '

west truly is plenteous but the Live?" by W. E. Daugherty. All marketIs always 100 years ago in Petersburg, armies. Hardly a cross-roads hamlet but hat witnessed

ourers are few; Pray ye there- invited to attend. that make it ORGANIZED 1
and has
the Lord city rich in historic interest and stirring important events, or sent
fe of the harvest, that avocadoes. '
will send forth labourers into FIRST BAPTIST!' grow Rico raise some destined to play a deciding part in events of its sons to play leading parts in the affairs of

harvest." CIICRCH OF 8TARKE not extensively. future years, the Petersburg Railroad was the their times.

I Did you ever see a field of wheat flourishes in a. worthy pioneer;; of that notable group of rail- Here the tyranny of George the Third first ;
I corn that could be harvested church held its
not The an-
Baptist cllmato and
r roads, serving the famed coastal plains of the met with outspoken and organized resistance.
want of laborers, and therefore nual business meeting and roll height of thirty

'ayed aud was lost? Did you call Wednesday evening, Feb. 12. Southeast, that were brought together to form lere scores bloody battles have been fought ,

J'T' see the flood or storm comed the ninety-one members responding Letters sent the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company.No These shores have been pillaged: by Blackboard

destroy a valuable crop be- to their names. Tampa at noon part of America has more of historic and Gasparilla and other pirates of their day. ,.
IUBO it had not been gathered at Letters were read from absent delivered in
Interest than the sections served by the Coast Into these ports swift blockade runners came _, 1 ,
Proper time members, viz.: Mona Alderman. R. ing morning
I Jesus said that the people were IA. Green, Mrs. N. A. Butch, Jun- nouncement today Line. Here is a land that "fairly reeks with daring the fire of Union fleets, to bring food and

I'h' fields which were being lostr ior McDonnell L. W. Kickllter. J. general traffic history". munitions to Lee's tattered forces.

want of laborers to carry to F. Kickllter, Jr., Gussie May Bennett state Air Lines Gentlemen of France Grandees of Spain; Richmond, Norfolk Petersburg, Newbern
"ID his message of salvation. Hugh Brownlee, Jr., and Mrs. service between j
[During a storm or when attack- Nannle Holmes. Reports were cago. 1 Lords and adventurers Merrie England;piratesand Wilmington; Fayetteville Augusta Columbia, 1_ !

by wild beasts the sheep would read from the different departments buccaneers;Indian fighters,baronial planters Charleston, Savannah Brunswick Montgomery r 0:

come scattered and lost from the of the church and Sunday noted statesmen; the persistent will-o'-the-wisp St. Augustine Tampa Bradenton. Each name (t.. '

"Pherd.rd The sheep that the abep- school, after which officers for the forces of Sumter and Marion; the ragged hungry brings up pictures of the stirring events that I I ''

from cannot find usually per- coming year :were elected. L. L.C. TAKE : f undaunted armies of the Confederacy. All these all of these have seen. And there are scores of 0 l p
hunger or exposure ore Powell. W. T. Weeks and Rev. ,4
killed by wolves or other W. Kickllter were elected honor- TO BC AN have lived and loved and fought and died and other places where much history has been made. .

a ts.' so it ii is with the unsaved ary deacons having served the IS IN NO FEAR. I left their Imprint here. Not the least important event of an eventful

f'diials! of the multitudes; Church faithfully for many years. BEING ONE IN c In this section the first English colonies In century has been the welding of more than 100 ; 1 I

'see. For who that do not find Christ per- Officers appointed are as follows America were started; France and Spain made railroads into the Atlantic Coast Line System :ij-; f''
reason Jesus
urges : it .
followers to help in bringing Active Deacons: L. G. Powell G. .;_;::, futile bids for this great empire. serving the six southeastern states and making J f,

8 unsaved into the fold of which W. Alderman J. 11. Brownlee V. Here are cities and towns that date back tot a reality of that "Great Highway of the Union" I:

e Then'Is the shepherd. B. Wheeler J. FKlckliter.. _t the dawn of our country's history. Many have which the founders of the Petersburg Railroad 1,1 i

Jesus sent out the twelve Trustees: H. I Brownlee, W. J. 1
hostile hundred i
of ..
known the hardships occupation by envisaged one years ago. t
Doatlee saying "Go not into the Epperson L. 0. Powell. Ray New- f' .

*' of the Gentiles and into any corn ,Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. II. lF

I Y of the Samaritans enter ye L. Brownlee Mrs. G. C. White. WhIle you"hoe(-." '

: But gO rather to the Jost Church Treasurer: J; F. Kick- * valuable ore of" F ATLANTIC COAST LINE

.aap of the house of Israel, And dequetclrlOn "

1e go. preach saying "The king- liter.Church Clerk: Mrs. O. P. Ray- of the .""- ,

"ID At of heaven Is at hand." mond. of conooiy four, "tntmw to At _, Standard Railroad of the South

ee that time the twelve Apos- Pianist: Miss Ethel Griffin. ,Doa'Kfabfl. The ;
thought that only the Jews Choir Leader: John Powell.

are entitled to salvation. They Officers of Sunday school: Su- '. -- .e.-'w -enL.Y-.w---'rM' .... --- --- ... a ,
ere not Prepared to the perintendent V. B. Wheeler; Assistant HAROLD

I.?"Pel of salvation to the carry Gentiles. Supt., A. J. Themas; Sec- ITUt b tU. $***J f* series _/ .d.vrt.msub ty tl e cAl14"k Cast ..(;itU 'R1J. tmmtmorti.g On

|at until after the death and re.- retary, J. M. Browfllee; Treasurer. ttmtimmUl _/I tartUSt toffftmt t. "epy-theetershaZ ftilJ Cwlep ay) :

If R ctlon: of Christ and the coming H. L. Brownlee; Pianist, Blanche ,

I' the Holy Ghost did the Apostles Alderman; Assistant Thelma An- STARKE .


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t Bradford County TelegraphEstablished t.heP;; Cedar Key-Dunnellon Sun.around / More competition for >,' nrJFLORIDA '
: f Eo j ; l -.....--.0-- fi1f There may be some businessesyou era of good Intention; !

1877 ussell y can start on a shoe string, butIt -- .
--.-"-"---._-_. ""H... 000(0 gDl'fURrb. takes doe to succeed In raising CHAUTAl.MGRAMS

iii Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class No PaHAOraplier bus yet de- I town j . III.t. Pre.. IIrnp, Bo.k"It rabbits.A .

B, n'ed the assertion recently mart looks as though Florida community without a newspaper -
I. !Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida that the I'aUAOraphtTB' League 1 Is .____,_,_,____(0 would have to "knock on WOOD"If is like a ship without a rudder. Friday, February k
H and Mirth Night. 8 +"i
ttu E. S. Matthews\ ___ __ .__ __ ____ _____ Owner and Publisher made up of nuts.-Starke Tele- Someone has said a pun represented ) she> wants that fifteen million to : -'-- Ilriggs, Baritone, hu
/graph. The whole league/ seems in Its lowest form fight the fly. For the benefit of those who w
//I' .__ __ ___ Managing Editor bolted. New Port Illcliey personator, cartoons
J. C. Robinson . ._ n --- .. to have but I arise to nominate for this -I failed to hear the governor's address Tuesday, February
Presu. Karl Lehmann'a Press Break- at the South Florida Fair, qI
distinguished the "comic"Valentine.
-- position
nit(cent Illustrated UP. .
'c ::1 i sunsc li-TION( RATE I ---- There wa a time when fast I III like some of these big townnewspapers It Is the same as before, Tallahassee "\ hlngtoll. the Cupl' 1 IfVa
Instead: of having the supremcourt comes out LAST 111..
in Advance a Valentine'W iI a thing of beauty, the City Beautiful ,
75c Payable of last am
Yearly $1.50; Six Months\ rule on the laws BUS NIGHT and is dated TOMORROW va bl
decorated with chubby cupids
ton the Man and Build, .
gtoii. one by one wouldn't It be possible -
Hales ApplicationThere's like Ackerman after ye
Advertising on morning. It looks was -
arrows into bleeding
shooting Clayton E. Emlg, ofv
: If to bave the last session declared 'IInr'
hearts, and tho whole surmounted Amos In Earnest.
'County D. C. 'The stereopticon)
Illegal!: ?-Bradford
J Jones' "Sliver
Johnny Icing"may
stork farm in Levy county.o good Ideah! on ''a beautiful lacy background.But include the Wandering .
a Telegraph. A bawley : 'het
if there are any bleeding be a great attraction but he Speaking round\ robbine, the
tlnental Congress in >
..t't+ -.Chlpley News.Indications JtPennsylvana
t canTrttoTilnBrcauffleTorihe SILVER tourists their board bills and
hearts in evidence on Feb. 14, and Mar\
Old Man HendeiWi a chain ---0 KINO that frequents our Florida the hotels for billboards. d uJ;
a Some radio fan should send now point to the these days, they are made to bleed pay !the .establishment. of o,< -allo
coast each
letter. .- small count'eu having their inning by those so-called "comic" verses. season. It's the boy who pitches hay Capital on tne Potomac, ,vasb,

at the next legislative session. ton 'the.. Jtan; Wash,,
o 'ton''
The trouble with most circulars while the sun shines In the north
Starke Telegraph. And why not! There seemed to be quite an New CJty-j Capital 01
had the flavor WI,
It wouldn't be so bad if processed oranges Is they don't CIRCULATE Newspapers that we find pitching hprse-shoes
In the majority and these little literary ington oil! TlImorrow.
They are of
t1 are epidemic
i41L DO and that's why it PAYSto while the sunshines! In the South.
of processed. corn. getting the small end of everything gems this year, and the following use t them. -- Friday, February 2l IlnKI
1f : i : 0--- Just now.-Itronson Journal were among the most "comic" that and IllusionIst 8:00: ) ''to
And If would the "Best
were sent to.. several acquaintances Great. and his rompnic, \'
notified to get that new There wan a ,time when our In t
i I Motor car owners are still being : from tho Press, tune on der workers In a spec, lar ,,
-0-- SHINE parlors were ON the corner -
WFLA, Clearwater, next FridayevenlnA'
license tag, or else. The man who advertises, deliberately ilbltlon.,of oriental and eh
-now most of them
are at 7:45: for the "State
o . Invites your Inspection. (Read this ono slowly to Ret the AHOUND the' corner. I'ress Scrap Book," sponsored by mysteries.
lie tells you about his product or: full depth and ,feeling of the subtle -- +-
t J4 held joint display in New York City the othel'dayoC and It the Florida Clipping Service
s They a h's merchandise]> then lets lines) *": Annual SonTalr
Sarasota may have the "Biggest Tampa "lorIMACHINE
motor cars and airplanes. stand on Us own merits. You can I here
' ? on Earth but nevertheless And now someone advocates the opened recen
ti 1 I -o depend on: him. He knows his You ate the moit! conceited ass Miami attracts more people with .
"t product is !ood.-CroHs City Advocate That ever fed on hay or gras .)ler dog and pony show. .
Citrus County says
4s Speaking of by-gone days Although, good common sense:

i neighbors used!, to drop in for a call)) ; now they call in for, a -- -- you lack I Before -wo let St. Petersburg get

"i 1 drojt. This Is the first original! stuff' Yon pet ypiimelf upon your' back; away with that FIRST commercial -
Il about girls' lower llmbea we have Then at* yourself you throw AIRLINE, won't somebody
ftf' o Keen I in six months.-Dunnellon bo u f|lifts. I please page the SEABOARD. SHOP

; Open season now on political candidates. Times-Union Sun. That's not "stuff"; it's And always shout your own sweet
N ) graciously concedes: that a bare-headed politician is not as bad uetrY--Storke Telegraph. HaveIt praise. A cow on a curve may be dangerous -
4 aq I Iy your way, but originality In do take a 'tumble-soak your but the curve of some

a:* brainless one. mort important than poetry.- lu'ad-; calves is, more so. __Announcing the opening of the most complete mn< unit
: ( Dunnellon Sun You won't bo missed, when you're -

Q ,, : After a few weeks' of hing how drivers from the "big -0-- dead. If the publishers of "Who's and general repair shop In this section. Welding, i.uni: .

) citiei": of the north and west observe traffic laws, we feel quite If Fort Meade puts on a "cornfestival" And the nrt!! one came to a well- Who" would open an office In work, gear cutting, drilling; broken parts for any pe
i next spring as planned, Florida right now, they could
proud of our hick motorists./ there'll'be a lot of people attend- meaning fellow, who admits he reach all their REGULAR customers machinery on farm home, ,mill or shop repared! or new

i f', .0 ing who do not rare for green likes his radio, but never dreamedhe and probably get a line on
with U tarts mad Automobile repairing, auto ,trailers of un
corn. Starke Telegraph. ButLhere'H was disturbing anyone : a lot of new
; Macon held a peace parley a few days ago and the sessions prospects.
be of them
J ended in a near fight. If peace is worth anything at all know where plenty to obtain corn Wantingto that People, ell'"know' you're a radio II I The big question In the mind of type made to order Grinding machines for scissors.

;tj it is certainly worth fighting for. has been liquefied. Inverness crnhlcu;, each candidate for the office of knives, silverware, lawn mowers. All work done by ,>x-

1 Chronicle. Outside oS, jour hobby, your mind secretary of state is "Will I go, or
( : 0'' -e- I In a blank. will IGOU?" pert mechanic, using latest type of power machines In a

; Appointees) to office by the governor and not confirmed by Over In Providence section of YOlI talk' like a wise guy of delicate
shop equipped with tools for doing the most repair
', the senate at last session will have to run in the June primaries Union county the farmers are go- I ether ,vibrations And there will be TWO "State

I ; the state democratic executive committee decides. Ing to plant over 200 acres to ,Till your suffering family get outof Press Scrap Book" programs next , on small machines or the heaviest mill ma
Irish potatoes. They will plant and I all patience.You Friday evening, Feb. 1st. One
I trust to providence, says the sit 'every night with the frpm WFLA, Clearwater, at 7:45; chinery. Drop In and get acquainted. Prices charged are

f: Our city dads are urging residents to start now and beautify Times-Union. Which will be lots phone to your ear, I and the 'second especially pre- so reasonable that you will be surprised. All jobs guar
better than trusting some of the time broadcast pared for the
Wasting good )poor State Press Meeting,
;j:: their home and grounds. A few dollars spent on shrubbery -
tiei' middlemen.Green Cove Springs Ing to hear, from WDBO, Orlando, at 8:45: p. anteed to be satisfactory.
t :''ri and paint is a good investment to be made at this time. Times. It you could hear what your .. m. Both sponsored by the Florida

t ; 0. 0--' neighbors have said, Clipping Service, to bring you the

l Palatka is ahead with her fora big celebration There Is not a single Instance rwould knock all the crankinessout BEST from the PRESS
.> i going plans that will
justify profanity.-Phil of your head. The life blood of Florida's main Albert HartmannOn
i upon completion of state road 28. The guests of honor Armstrong In Jacksonville Times- arteries seems to be tourist automobiles -
{. should include the membership of the state road department. Union. Did you ever sit down on Tills one arrived In the morning ,
State Road 13 at North Starke City Limits!
a bent pin, Phil?Apopka. Cfilef. mall at a y.oung. man about town -
r 0 ,. Or have some rattle-trap flivver who wishes to announce that he Tampa again changes police de-

< In a certain police station not so far away the cops drew slip Into a parking space you're never hit anything, with his car partment heads; this time it will

'! : .. a straight line on the floor to test the walking ability of a"j" struggling to get; inT more Important than a chicken in
his life: .
't drunk. When the prisoner tracked the line, the cops tried Instead of having the supreme ,

v N "j".. it-and failed. court rule on the laws of last session An Automanlac, that's what you
44 t I one by one, wouldn't it be are!
I possible to have the last session You mortgaged your home to buya
Every cloud has a silver lining and every time we see declared illegal?Starke' Telegraph bum car. NEW BEAUTY IN

ft ,f some people tearing their hair over paying taxes, we have tot It would save a lot of You rattle along aa\ dangerous
pain and trouble If handled that
;; ,\ smile when memories of how they tore their shirts in the lastelection speed,
way, now wouldn't It?-nronson And never the helpless pedestriansheed. ..

,I, I come stealing back. ,Journal. .
H I "Fifty years ago music was an nits had what not, THE NEW FORDBeauty
?. The Atlantic Coast Line is running an interesting series '
art-now most of It Is a screach, But you are of advertisements commemorating the centennial of the Petersburg remarks Avery Powell In the the lot.

: IsIf f; railroad in papers of the south. It is a far cry from Times-Union. Avery probably is They'll 'arrest' you for speedingand

_ referring to the when he
; days
put) you In jail
the little 59 miles of strapped rails to the far-flung lines of .
the lead
played cornet in the That's where they cure Auto
y heavy steel for limited trains of today. Starke Concert band, 'way back Fiends without fall. of. line and outstanding

o before the h-Amt'rlcan war, performancemake
-Plant City Enterprise. And imagine' the emotions of a
Morals are no longer a matter of mind and heart but conU31" -p- really nice young lady who tore

trolled by the rise and fall of skirts, is the discovery of a California West Palm Beach man has been open a mysterious envelope expecting the new Ford a "value far

c professor of psychology, and that going back to long sentenced to hang twice on April to read "will you be my .
1th., If the second hanging Is "
Valentine? and saw I Instead:
,; Skirts "mark a step backward in national morality." Our held Stat; the first will not be so above the price"

'' r parents must have lived. in a fearfully depraved age. painful.-Starke Telegraph. You Paint and powder, rouge: and ,
I must have overrun your date about cream.
ten days. Criminals are no longer You'd better try them without delay 4'
1; ,( Orange county commissioners have awarded the delinquent hung In FlorIda-they are sent up ,

+ il tax list printing to the Apopka Chief the first time a for life and then pardoned.=Dun- In point of beauty you are a The new Ford, is a particularly good choice because it

q ll weekly paper in that county has had it in sixteen years. Weekly nelson Sun. ncrenm.
-0I ---- A scare crow to frighten men
s papers in Florida have almost as good composing rooms as I AK payment of the automobile away brings'you everything you want or need in a motor car. It

the dailies although not as large, and their facilities. for I personal tax also carries with it "ou'll never take a beauty prize,

handling legal printing is the equal of any office. payment of poll taxes, there will That face of yours would stop a leads in SALES because i it I leads in VALUE. '
k bet more voters qualified for the clock.

I 0 approaching primary elections When: you appear each neighbor

1 State pardoning board should be especially interested in than for several years past. ThisIs cries,
a good byproduct of the newaw. Tho homellst t woman on the Features of the New FordHEAITIH
the shooting of Osceola sheriff! convict
county by a paroled Everybody should vote in block I'<

4' t 4 who had served thirty months of a ten-year sentence, after tile primary and when their poll -

; Y the convict had shot another convict who had been released i. taxes are paid they usually do.- Pretty slap-stick comedy I call ...
Ocala Star. It. The that sends out these L NEW STREAMLINES: .
t guy 'HOICK Of' COLOR J
f after serving half of his two-year; sentence, the shooting tak- _
eTo -- bright little messages of cheer Is FULLY KXCLOSKII: : }'Ol'U-\\'JU>;BJ.
ing place at the home of a paroled murderer who had served those who make light of the probably the same one who thinks MoviMiLLK IIIMKKHForn :

1 ? fourteen months of a twenty-five year sentence. Comment dIgging for pirate's gold which Is it'I 's great joke to put salt In the noriiLK-Ai-Tixo immuxic HIIOTK .IIMOIUIEIM!
"r hortly to be under way In Levy, sugar bowl. I've heard of hidIng TRIPLEX: SHATTER KOOF GLASS WIMWIIIKM! )

a unnecessary. we would suggest that many of behind .a woman's skirts, butIt BRIGHT RITHTXKHS STEEL; FOR KXPOSKI) ''':T.\L P.1RTSUNUSUALLY
M1 9kark --o the good things which' we enjoyIn Is becoming increasingly popular -
Ocala Star wants the state gaa tax reduced and counties this county have come through to hide behind a comic Valen- LAKUK NUMBKR OF BALL AND ROLLKR: BEARINGS

the hand of man. although admittedly Une Of course It is needless todd SMOOTHNESS; BALANCE AND tU.CIJRITY.AT: SPEEDS
given permission to "gas tax of their for in
assess a own use
the best of all the things we that no names were signed to ,'k.J 55 TO 05 MILES AN HOUR '
?{ reducing indebtedness. It would seem to. be a better plan to enjoy have been put here and re- these love lyrics and no return ;rI/ '

and mained here without the aid of addresses were placed on the QUICK ACCELERATION
r 'separate the state highway system from county roads en- ': '
Bron.on Journal There's : TYPICAL FOR ECONOMY
man. ,
for the state to repay each county what it has spent on building : LONG LIFE
gold In Levy's soil and no pirate It might 'just as well be confessed r. GOOD DEALER: SERVICE AFTER; ,
purely state roads. This would-relieve a greater part of planted It, right here, however, that '.\T\\ YOU BUY THE (ART
f the county tax load of counties, with probably a few exceptions -r- 0-- I got several good chuckles -
When cross-state waterways are watching others receive these bustsdour Cart or telephone for demonstration
r"" f.
made up of those counties that went "hog-wild" on bond ' '
mentioned, the Journal editor always "
f but all\ ,of the joy was k'?' I. '
; issues. sits up and takes notice, for taken right out of the occasion '. :': i ate
hat Is a subject in which he has .
?0-Stuart when a pink envelope addressed : .
been deeply interested for a number to me and postmarked "Hampton"was X $435
Daily News in commenting on action of city coun- up
i of years. The long<< article In found to contain: ." ," ..,
cil in refusing to allow a chautauqua to open there without this week's paper on' th. proposed .. 't " ', ;

; j payment of license says Stuart seems likely to be the only sea> level route, from Cedar Key, "You think you write a column, j (f. o. b. Detroit) ,

r. city to charge a chautauqua license fee. That Is something using the Suwannee river and onto "And often pat your back; ,
the St. Johns near Jackson- "But say, I'd really rather read ; ,
every city and town should do, for everything considered, ville, sounds too good to be true "A last year's almanac. :.\ '.:.

h chautauquas are nothing but money-grabbing organizations to us. However. if competent engineers ; 'I I -

have declared it 'entirelyfeasible Perhaps It,I I.* all intended In the -
M- putting on inferior programs anywhere they can find enough '

r suckers to "guarantee" them a big purse, taking away a are' anxious and not to unduly' hear"expensivewe of actual spirit should of be fun done,but about something It. really :: J. W. '

b: bunch of the town's hard earned coin and leaving the guarantors work beginning< on lt.-,*: ,, nronson '- .. ANDREWS JR.
Journal.' If.'m ship canal 'Ii 'eyer Starke J, A R. Store moved ,
: ;4 wondering if anything in town has been "uplifted" ex- STARKE FLORIDA
dug across Florida It will be a set to new location formerly occupiedby
cept their checking accounts. level ditch, from the lower St Overstreet's! droeery.

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w',.. I P.4.0E ElGlIT' BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGR 1111, STARKK. ntx>nro% FRIDAY FEB11U.1Rt'2l

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Johns to somewhere not far from be "good Knight." paving of highways q roN;:

Bradford County Telegraph Cedar Key.-Dunnellon Sun. lflps&lffncl.ussell More competition for !
N From Other Pens J j jmm ---0-- There may be some businessesyou era of good Intention, ltltllUt8/<

; Established 1877 !/! y can start on a shoe string, butIt .
_. *__._**_ _'t mnmftM' takes doe to succeed in raising ).'IOIUH.t'1't "I, t--

4 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class No PaUAGrapher! bas yet de- I- ;: d'f ....... elate l.r.-. Strop Do.k" rabbits. GRAMS I'ft

F' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. n'ed the assertion recently made It looks as though Florida A community without a newspa- Friday February
that the PaTlAGraphers' League is (0-----------0 would have to "knock on WOOD" per is like a ship without a rudder. and Mirth Night. II

S. Matthews, ____.__.. ______ Owner and Publisher made up of nuts.--Starke Telegraph Someone has sold, a pun represented If she wants that fifteen million to --"'- Briggs/ Baritone, 8"hi+ ''ben
The whole league seemsto
the benefit of those who ''in
the For
Y J. C. Kobinaon .- .. __n _n _ ______ ____ Managing\ Editor have bolted.--New Port KIc hey I1tj'mor In its lowest form, light fly. -1 failed to hear the governor's address personator, cartoons
but I arise to nominate for this Tuesday, February
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-- Preaj. the "comic" Kurl Lehmann's Press Breakfast at the South Florida Fair, al
position niftcent Illustrated Lc
SU1ISCIUPTTON RATE --o-- Valentine. There wa a time whena to like some of these big town It Is the same as before, Talla "Washington the 1 I''
Instead of having the i Cap! ''
:i i r Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable Advance rule on the laws of suprem'rourt last session Valentine who a thing of beauty,I newspapers, comes out LAST hassee.It the City Beautiful amton "'aRbu'It1,
Advertising Hates on Application one by one wouldn't It be pos! decorated''with chubby cupids morning. looks like-Ackerman was after the Man and Bullui. 'J//.
-- sible to have the last session declared -] shooting arrows Into bleeding Clayton E. Emlg, of u \tap!
Illegal?Bradford 'County hearts, and the whole surmounted Amos in Earnest. D. C. The stereopticoi
i I There's a stork farm in Levy county Telegraph. A bawley; good Ideah! on ''a beautiful lacy background. Johnny) J Jones"'Silver King"may Include the Wandering 11'1.
boa great attraction but hecan't Speaking of round robbins, the
,tt' Chlpley News. nut If there are any bleeding: tlnental Congress in !1PennsyIvan'a
o carte In evidence I"eb14, [; hold a candle to the SILVER i tourists pay their board bills and Jei,
r t Some radio fan should send Old Man Henderson a chainlettel' --o-' these made on to bleed KING that freQ.uents our Florida : the hotels pay for billboards. and Mai, d or
Indication now point to the days, they are the establishment of u nCapital 'liallc''
-- small counties: having their inningat by those no-called "comic" verses. 'coast each season. i on the Potomai '
It's the boy who pitches hay
o the next legislative session,- ton '_the &tan Wash> ,
: ion
The trouble with most circulars while the sun shines in the
It wouldn't be so bad if processed oranges had the flavorof Starke Telegraph. And why not? There seemed to be quite an Is they don't CIRCULATE. News that we flnd pitching hprse-shoes New CJtyCapital; 01 Wi
r They are In the majority and are epidemic of these little literary Ington o{ TOmorrow
I papers DO and that's why It PAYSto while the sunsh'nes! in the South.And
processed corn.
getting the small end of everything gems this year, and the followingwere use them. + Friday, February 2' 'Iarlr
la o just now.-Branson Journal among the most "comic" that and Illusionist 8:00: <10
If you would near the "Best
"' Motor still being notified to get that new were sent to' several acquaintances There ,time Great and his compai
car owners are was a /when our from the Press tune In onWFLA der workers in V
-()--- : spe ,
license tag, or else: The man who advertises, deliberately SHINE parlors were ON the cor- Clearwater, next Friday hlbltlon ot oriental and den 1
ner--now most of them are evening, at 7:45: for the "State
o Invites your Inspection (Read this slowly to get the mysteries.
one ; I AROUND thecorner. Press Book," sponsored by
.r 1 1j'3 Scrap
He tells about his .
product or
w They held a joint display! in New York City the other h'8 merchandise you and then lets It full depth ,and'. feeling of the sub- the Florida Clipping/ Service.
tlo lines.
j'3 )
Tampa Annual SOil
Sarasota may have the "nlggest "nor'
day-of motor cars and airplanes. stand on its own merits. You can
ti Fair opened here recen
( on' knows on Earth. but nevertheless And now someone advocates the
depend him, lie his
(} are the mont conceited ass, I Miami attracts more people with
fi ., product Is good. Cross Ad-
t I, Speaking of by-gone days, Citrus County Chronicle saysnei'hhors vocate. That ever fed on hay or grass I per dog and pony show. I r
Although good common sense
c" q ' /: used to drop in for a call; now they call in for a __ft__ lark.
I you Before: we let St. Petersburg getaway
I it. drop This Is the first original stuff' Yon pet ypursrlf upon your back: with that FIRST commercial -
i--0----- about !girls' lower limbed we have i Then at >. yourself you throw AIRLINE, won't somebody

soon IIII"/ months.-Dunnellon bouquets I please page the SEAIJOAHD. MACHINE SHOP
= r Open season now on political candidates. Times-Union Sun. That's not "stuff"; its And always shout your own sweet

graciously concedes! that a bare-headed politician is not as bad poetry.-;-Slarke Telegraph. Have praise. A cow on a curve may be dan-

l brainless It your way, but originality l U do take a tumble-soak your geroun but the curve of some
as a one. '
mort Important than poetry.: hf'IIII-; calves Is, more no. _Announcing the opening of the most complete mat'rune
'H : ---p Dunnellon Sun I You won't be missed, when you'rec1t'ad.

u ; After a few weeks' of watching how drivers from the "big -- --- i It the publishers of "Who's and general repair shop In this section. Welding la>+l\,

r cities"! of the north and west observe traffic laws, we feel quite If Fort' Meade puts on a "corn i ifesttval" Who" would open an office In' work, gear cutting, drilling; broken parts for any I m
next spring as planned, And the nest one came to a well- Florida right now they could i
i. of hick motorists
proud our there'll' be a lot of people attend- meaning fellow, who admits he reach all their REGULAR customers machinery on farm, home, mill or shop repared! or new
i -_o !lug who do not care for green likes his rndlo but never dreamed and probably get a line on i

k j Macon held a peace parley a few days ago and the ses- corn. Starke Telegraph. But he was! disturbing'! anyone with it: a lot of new prospects. I parts made. Automobile repairing, auto trailers or no
here'll be plenty of them Wantingto --'
sions ended In a near fight. If peace is worth anything at all know '. '". -- typo made to order Grinding machines for scissors
where to obtain that '
corn People. al'l know you're a radio The big question In the mind of
t kl it is certainly worth fighting for. has been liquefied Inverness cranif each candidate for the office of knives, silverware, lawn mowers. All work done by "xpeit '

o Chronicle. Outside of, ybur hobbY, your mind secretary of state Is "Will I go, or
--p will mechanic, using latest type of power machines In a
} Appointees to office by the governor and not confirmed by Is l a blank. IGOU?
Over In Providence section! of I _
You talk like a wise guy of
with tools for doing the most delicate repair
the senate at last session will have in the June primaries Union the farmers shop equipped
to run county are going ether vihratlons. And there will be TWO "State

1 the state democratic executive committee decides. to plant over 200 acres to Till your suffering family get out Press Scrap Book" programs next work on small machines or the heaviest mill ma

} Irish potatoes. They will plant and of all patience. Friday evening Feb. 1st. One
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and charged
rust to providence, says the chinery. Drop get acquainted. are
You sit 'every night with the from AVKLA, Clearwater, at 7:45: ,
r Our city dads are urging residents to start now and beau- Times-Union. Which will be lots phone to your ear, and the'' second especially pre-
better HO reasonable that you will be surprised. All ,Jobs guaranteed -
tify their home and grounds. A few dollars'spent on shrubbery than trusting some of themlcllliemen.Green Wasting good time poor broadcastIng pared for the State Press Meeting,
Cove Springs to hear from WDBO, Orlando, at 8:46: to be satisfactory.
,1 and paint is a good investment to be made at this time. Times.
If you could hear what your m. Both sponsored by the Florida
o. 0-- neighbors have said, Clipping Service, to bring you the
t Palatka is going ahead with her plans for a big celebra- There l Is not a single instance T'would knock all the crankiness BEST from the PRESS.
that will Justify profanity.-Phil out of The life blood Albert HartmannOn
head. of
your Florida's main
1 { tion upon completion! of state road ,28. The guests of honor Armstrong' In Jacksonville Times- arteries seems to be tourist automobiles -

should include the membership of the state road department. Union Did you ever sit down on This one arrived In the morning ,
t a bent pIn, Phil?-Aoooka Cliief. mail of a youII: man about town State Road 13 at North Starke City Limits

r i itt K; : Or have some rattle-trap flivver who wishes i 'to -announce that he Tampa agal changes police( department -

In a certain police station! not so far away the cops drew Up into a parking space you're never hit n1 anything with his car ] heads; this time It wllli

f> : a straight line on the floor to test the walking ability of a struggling to get In? more important. than a chicken in .

k 'ir drunk When the prisoner tracked the line, the cops tried Instead+""of-having-O-' the supreme his life:: ,

i f it-and failed court rule on the laws of last sessIon An Autotnnnlac, that's what you

0 one by one, wouldn't It be are!
} l possible to have the last session You
home to buya
Every cloud has a silver lining, and every time we see declared Illegal?Starke Tele- mortgaged bum car.your NEW BEAUTY IN

.v f' some people tearing their hair over paying taxes, we have to graph It would save 'a lot of You rattle along at a dangerous

a smile when memories of how pain and trouble If handled that speed
; 'If they tore their shirts in the last
way, now wouldn't It?-Bronson'ournal.
never helpless pedestrIansheed.
1 'x election come stealing back . .

.. 0 -o---- Your car's full of cranks and of

; The Atlantic Coast Line is running an interesting series "Ftrty years ago music was an HiIB) land what not THENEWFORDBeauty
rt-now most of it is a screach," nut you are the crankiest nut of
.t of
ru advertisements commemorating the centennial of the Petersburg remarks Avery Powell in the the lot.
?} railroad in papers of the south. It is a far cry from Times-Union. Avery probably is They'll arrest' you for speedingand

.,R T.\ the little 59 miles of strapped rails to the far-flung lines of referring to the days when he put you In Jail.That' ,
played the lead cornet In the .
they cure Auto
? heavy steel for limited trains of today. Starke Concert band back t
'way Fiends
without fall.
of. line and
--.I'L __ before the Spanish-American war. outstanding performance
J. ---vJ. --- -

"; J.',. Morals are no longer a matter of mind and heart but controlled -Plant City.-0--' Enterprise. And Imagine the emotions of a '
realty nice young lady who tore
''t by the rise and fall of skirts, is the discovery of a California West Palm Beach man has been open a mysterious envelope ex- make the new Ford a "value far

,,; p professor of psychology, and that going back to long entenced to hang twice on April pecting to read, "will you be my .
f 11 tho If the second hanging Is Valentine?" and instead
? + 1 Skirts "mark :
a step backward in national morality. Our held first, the first will not be so above the price"The

1t',' parents ,must have lived in a fearfully depraved age. painful.-Starke Telegraph. You Paint and powder, rouge and .'
o must have overrun your date about cream.

rT ten days. Criminals are no longer You'd better try them without delay .' "
Orange commissioners \
county have awarded the delinquent
hung In Florida-they are sent up .- ,
1S 'i tax list printing to the Apopka Chief, the first time a for life and then pardoned.Dun.netlon -: 'n point of beauty you are a new Ford is a particularly good choice because it

weekly paper in that county has had it in sixteen years Weekly | Sun scream.A ,
+ rk -DAs --_ scare crow to frighten men '
papers in Florida have almost as good composing rooms as payment of the automobile away, brings you everything you want or need in a motor car. It

the dailies, although not as large, and their facilities. for personal tax also carries with It You'll never take a beauty prize,

handling legal printing is the equal of any office. payment bai' more of voters poll qualified taxes, there for will the That face.clock.of yours would stop a leads in SALES because i it leads in VALUE. .

1.k \. 0 approaching primary elections When you appear each neighbor

State pardoning board should be especially interested in than for several years past. This cries,

k ki i+ the shooting of Osceola county sheriff by a paroled convict ls a. good by-product of the newlaw. "Tho homellst woman on the Features of the New Ford
Everybody should vote in block l"
y who had served thirty months of a ten-year sentence, after i the primary and when their poll -

the convict had shot: another convict who had been released taxes are paid they usually do.- Pretty slap-stick comedy I callIt. -

i g after serving half of his two-year sentence, the shooting tak- Ocala Star. The guy that sends out these JJJo.U'TUTL: NEW STREAMLINES: rtlOfCK OF COLO114

ing place at the home of a paroled murderer who had served To those- who D-make light of the probably bright little the messages same one of who cheer thinks l is FOUKHOUDAILLE FULLY ENCLOSI-.D: FOIII-WHEEL: BRIKES:

fourteen months of a twenty-five year sentence. Comment diggIng for pirate's gold which la t's a great Joke to put salt In the DOUBLE-ACTING HYDRAULIC SHOCK AW4ORBERS

unnecessary shortly to be under way In Levy, sugar bowl. I've heard of bidIng TRIPLEX SHATTER-PROOF: GLASS WINDSHIELD:

ta : we would suggest that many of behind a woman's skirts, butIt BRIGHT RUSTLESS: I STEEL< : FOR EXPOSED: METAL:
r -o :the I'ARTS I
good things which' we enjoy IB becoming increasingly popular -
i Ocala Star wants the state gaa\ tax reduced and counties : In this county have come through to hide behind a comic Valen- UNUSUALLY: LARGE NUMBER OF BILL AND ROLLER BEARINGS

given permission to. assess a-gas tax of their own for use in the hand of man although admittedly tine. Of course, it is needless to SMOOTHNESS: BALANCE AND SECURITY: AT ALL SPEEDS
,' the best of all the things we add that no names were signed to '/
53 TO 63 :MILES
reducing indebtedness. It would seem to- be a better plan to enjoy have been put here and remained these love lyrics and no return :;1;, ,; (-1. ' AN HOUR

") separate the state highway system from county roads and here without the aid of addressee were placed on the envelopes. .'''..\.., QUICK ACCELERATION: :
4a man. - Bronson Journal. There's 'I 1't( ... TYPICAL FOR ECONOMY, RELL1BILITY:
; for the state to repay each county what it has spent on building AND LONG LIFE
gold In'Leyy'. soli and no pirate It might Just as well be Bti'k GOOD M
'r roads. This would relieve con- DEALER: SERVICE AFTER YOU BUY
purely state a greater part of planted it. teased V" THE CAR
'e) right here, however, thatI '. '
the county tax load of counties, with probably a few excep- 0 got several good chuckles

tions made up of those counties that went "hog-wild". on bondissues. When croM-state waterways are watching others receive these bitet :- .' Call or telephone for dl'mOuMtratJou .
1 mentioned the Journal editor always -
-doux, but all of the Joy was "
'k sits up and takes notice, for taken right out of the occasion ,< "'f".1" '.: ',.,. '".
0--- that Is a subject In which he has when pink envelope addressedto 'i':1., :/..
, Stuart Daily News in commenting on action of city council been deeply Interested for a number me and postmarked "Hampton" ( .*;*.' $435 up
of years. The lone In .
article was found, to contain: ,
,i in refusing to allow a chautauqua to open there without this week's paper on' the proposed .w )r

i j payment of license ays Stuart seems likely to be the only sea level route, from Cedar Key "You think ;you write a column, ,.'. (a. o. b. Detroit)

; .r city to charge a chautauqua license fee. That is something using the Suwannee river and onto 'And often pat ;your back;

; city and town should do for the Rt Johns near Jacksonville "But say I'd really rather read '
everything considered
every ,
sounds .
good to be true, "A last year's almanac." :
';r 1S chautauquas are nothing but money-grabbing organizations to us. However It compeUuH} engineers ;t 3&&

i putting on inferior programs anywhere they can find enough have declared it entirely Perhaps It,la all intended in the .
h u suckers to "guarantee" them a big taking feaalble and not unduly expensive spirit of fun, but something really V
purse, away a
we are anxious: to hea"or actu.1work !
bunch of the town's hard earned coin and leaving the guaran beginning on It. -Bronton should'- be done about. lt, J. W. ANDREWS JR.

V'a'a ;: tors wondering if anything in town has been "uplifted" ex Journal. If. ship canal! 14 'erer Starke J. ft R. store moved : STARKE ,

cept their checking accounts. dug across Florida, It will be a sea to new location formerly occupied FLORIDA
level ditch from the lower St. by Overstrecf! Orocery.

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