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 28, 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: VID04748
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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''thg.w Harstell Denies He County 4-H Club Road To Beach REGISTRATIONBOOKS '

$ Road 28 Through Fatal To Youth .

lle C. Columbia Ever Stated ,Morgan Leaders Course To Be Surfaced WILL ,

County I
d.,1N'atlJ, Elton Cone Died "Saturday Night Held -

v From Wound Received ))....- Is Guilty Of Murder 1 SaturdayA !st.,t<. Will\ r .
'8bton to notice to contrac- .
According Ing Afternoon.. _--__ .. ll.'lw.', n Hamilton nml I tlio
10rll carried In a Tallahanse paper, number of the 4-11 Club boys ItrookerThrough highway,
hlils will be received on March 6th Vnlil the. North Carolina from over the county were In attendance Registration books will be open. 4
Robert Elton Cone 17 died at ed In the eight precincts of the ,
''U, furnlshjng materials for con- : aulhorltlPN' produce! dlrert evidence Heavy ShipmentsFrom at a lenders meeting held efforts of Senator KM. .
7 o'clock county next Monday, March 3rd.
Saturday night from the *
<,i-uctlon work on Project.713, connecting John Mor- In the county Saturday : Johns and Mr. A. A. Durclen of .
, will
0b 'Ilts being that part ot road 28,1 results of a gunshot wound received -' gun with the axe iiuirtlc'r. :itM Plant City morning; Fob. 22.;. The meetIng Hamilton the state road depart- and remain open through c
, April 1st. Supervisor 11. C. WallstateII. '
b shortly after when the
from Watertown noon )t'arH ago, the state of Florida ; ,
i mining near wan planned by County Agent moot ha Breed to pave the four-
(ar.. inke City to the Union county I gun he was carrying discharged 'onKIIII'J'8 the matter a rlom.d! HloUenbuker and Mr. n. W Hlack- mile connecting link b..tweelrOllli After April lilt the books i
itaJlorJ as he was hunting In the woods 1 Vnk of "; "R"OIl HUM. llwii 1e"I"h. will remain open at the office of ." fl
line a distance of approximately!; Incident, ( ov'rn4r C'arlton In- lock, state boys club agent spoke 13 at Hampton and the Brooker
"> m lien. Lime rock will be use< near his home northwest of Starke. f..I1I..1lor. : (;nll'" attorney, oil of IW-rrj' :\IO\'I11I'ot I'rtmiHectic to the !group; of boys on the subject road went of Hampton It was tho supervisor In Starke until May 9i'
1st. Persons desiring to vole In thu
i, ..oimtructlon of the base accident was not witnessed by 1'I"lIl1tOI'1.: Johns., In nn inter na Mouth of Club Leadership. learned Wednesday. That t thin June
primaries anti the November
letting of this contract 1s Inline anyone. Ills father working nearby \trw loat. Saturciiov.] > -- Attending tho leaders meetingwere work will be done this year has
with the department's an- noticed his son coming In his t'rnor Curlton iitltlwd" t the niltliorlfloH The following account of the : Cornelius Moore Harmon been assured by W. A. Shanda. election must pay their poll taxes;
for .
1928 and 1929 before May
noiiDccd purpose of completing direction and upon hearing the report -I' ,, Allwiiinrlo.> hut lie berry situation In the Plant City Morgan, and Ferrell Morgan; of member of (the board, who advisee 10th, the last date allowed under
of the
ante road 28 from Lake City to gun called to him. could not hn>nor ie<|uiNitliii section was taken from Tuesday's Hellbronn Springs: )Ivan Hazen Metmrs. Johns and Durdeu that the
the law, according: to ruling by
Pnlatka this year.:" With the award- When he failed to get a reply he wipers for a t the Plant City Courier: Raymond Green and Howard Mott necessary funds will bo providedIn (
Attorney General Ditvls. i
nitf of the adjoining project from went to the scene and found the Klato upon rvlilvnrc' nn.1 wnr- Dally volume record for this of BrookM" Thornton Johns of the 1930 budget. The present Tint
general election law
the Union county line to Lake Butler youth lying on the ground, the rant Mibmilled.,' season went tumbling Into tho CH-| Hampton; and Harbold Hupp, J. grade. will| he lined to a great extent that to bo eligible to vote provides .
and the final project from upper part of his body shatteredby curd: before an avalanche of strawberries 10. Crews, Andrew and' llasHioRhod although\ the curves will be
poll taxes for the two next '
tho charge of shot. The years
Klurabome to Palatka, work will suposl- here yesterday with early n of New River.
mndlllad\ and the grade widened
tlou Is that he stumbled or drop- Albermarle, Feb. 18.-Officers I I preceding the election must be ,
he l> under way on all Incomplete ped the gun.Medical were buffled tonight III their attempt evenng: Indications painting to the Mr. niucklocK! emphasized economical This road runs by hampton Beach, paid on or before, the fourth Saturday "
etllons of the road between the possible movement ot 16 or 17 production and the keepIng and III cut-off for trafllc from thu .
aid to unravel the 38-year-old preceding date of such elec
was secured for the
two< ettle It la understood that express refrigerator cars, a freightcar of proper records, stating that Hampton Be'lIo1to points In the tion. The -
boy but he died some five hours murder mystery of Francis Tally. first primary under the ,, .
e (the bridge between Starke and later without The names of prominent men in : and some' 400 pony refrigerators. elonomcniprodu'tloll: : means more western part of the county. new law will come this year on
Lake Butler will also be completed recovering coii8clo.usne88. It' thli Indication was fulfilled money realized from Bystemallc 'rwo other, connecting links of
lie was the SOil of Mr. this county who first allowed the yesterday Thursday, Juno 3rd l, making the .
during this year, specification will have been by efforts.' lie also Impressed the roadway In thin county sought for last
and Mrs. R. C. Cone long residents Information to leak out about five day to pay poll tax fall on
having been changed to allow for weeks ago that caused the arrant far the biggest; ( day of the current fart that all boys were not good thin year was a continuation of the May 10th. ,

the erection of a different type vices of were the held county.Sunday Funeral followed ser- In Starke, Fla., on Sunday of Jim season and will also have pushed club boys, but that It took a real above road from Hampton east to Tho list of deputy registration ,.. '. '

bridge at a cost of $76,000"As by Interment at Dyal In alias John 'Morgan, became pub- closely the biggest day In the history boy with determination and pur- state road 28, and from the Damon officers Is carried in this issue In ,
matters .J\ow\ stand, road. 28 charge of the DeWitt C. Jones lic today. However, J. Allen Austin of production In this section! poso In view and one with the determination cross road, on the state prison the supervlRor's notice* to the public ,' 'c

liai been'' completed from Lake Company. Pallbearers Leo High Point attorney who madea Feb. 27 of last year when 182,000 to stick to his work farm road east through Lawtey of opening of registration ,'

Butler to Bradford county line, Wiggins, Dan Manning.were Fonzo vow In his law school days In quarts fft. berries' were shipped out against adversities; a boy who can and connecting with state mud 48 book*. ,, ,
/5.28 miles; Union county line to the university to bring the guilty of here. win without bountlng. and one who near l Klnnnley Lake Although it .
Prevatt Melvin Futch Raiford '
Starke 11.12 miles; Starke to man to the bar of justice Not until late last evening could can lose without complaining.Then was found ImpoBHlble to have thOse : '
I Brown, Fred Halalop. Grandin Stretch
Bradford county line, 10.93 miles this morning following' a confer- the correct volume going: out of Mr. Blatklork advl <,s, Included\ In the 1930 budget, Senator -
From Bradford county line to hero be .accuiately figured but Johns stilted Thursday that he
ence of men that were supposed to "That quality which enables one
Florabome 12.32 miles RIO OOODYKAR TIRE: busy were both railway sidings: as assured of their 28 Completed
the base be acquainted with the facts In to gain: and hold thin position Is was being Included
1 Is nearing completion, making a ShOWN! ..HKIti.: the murder that publicity given an almost steady stream of cars leadership. It one Is to occupy In next year's road program -
total of 39.63 miles completed flowed to the express refrigerator and that he expected to sea work
this he hlm-
the casa had canned!' trouble and position, must prepare Uh'hu" Kiilurril nHuvrn Terminal
and nearing completion. Mileage The largest rubber tire in the new threads of evidence would cars with their loads of berries self to meet the needs and demand under way on both before his termIn
of the unpaved sections provided world stopped In Starke Monday have to be found before Investigations from all parts of the great strawberry of the society In which he the senate expired.Distribution. 1'olntn ,,. .

for In the 1930 budget and morning at' Hitch's Service Station could be continued.Ntv1' area. C II. Shanks, local must live." --

Amounts set aside are as follows: local agency for Goodyear ""'IIIIor"II": Was iiillly express agent, ventured the guess "The demands of rural society Funds Hard surfacing of State Highway ,,

Project 706-B, Florahome to products; and hardly had It stopped .Oale lIar tell. the old man residing that 16( or 17 express cars would of today and of the future ure No. 28 was completed' to '

Palatka 14.91 miles $186,375.00 turning before It was surrounded In western Stanly county, [ move and some 400 pony refrigerators man:/. It Is demanding better captains Ease flrnndln late yesterday; The News

Project 713. Watertown to UnIon I by a crowd, curious to I who admits having carried Morgan; besides a freight car If of farming., better leaders of May Tension was Informed today by W. J.
line 10 miles see what the widely tire I the movement was that total last Root of Lake Geneva. A
county $126- advertised I to South Carolina the day after Its people and more intelligent I drlye to
25000. looked like. The monster measures -'the murder of Francis Tally at his night, last year's dally record of (director of all its. activities. This SiVKIMI: : I. roUNTMM: KAt'INiJtnIIOMKNT tie up the stretch of the Short
Project 714 Columbia 12 feet In height and four all limo was nuilerlally endanger'; Route with the lateral
county home two miles east of New London means preparedness. : : 01" 'IIOOLM county by ,
line to Lake Butler, 10.20 miles, feet In width,' and was mounted "on November 2, 1892, denied ed. "To help the rural boys and _. ._- Saturday night of last week had '

$126,000.00. behind a bus especially equippedfor today that hi, had ever made The great'; volume yesterday( did girls become prepared is the noblepiirpcme !> I Distribution) Thursday by the failed by 71 yards, he said and
Project 72, San Mateo to Bun- towing the tire. Its stop here a definite statement that Morganwas ,. nofserloualy affect the price which ) ot 4eln\ h work It It' state cornptroller of mni'o than the finishing touches were put '
null 23.16 'miles wan arranged for by Hamilton held up- In lUihenonikMial way to is desire to become, Monday ; ,.
one bridge 386 guilty of the crime. HantelIL A boy'H a farmer $088,000 In school money, repre-
feet, $190,400.00. Rltch, manager of the station and now about 60 years of age, admits, what was believed would be a 21 ',t It will help him be a better Hentlng the two-thirds. of one rent With the completion of this .

Project 716-B New River photos[ were made by Hoover however, that he was forced to cent avreage for the day tile sameas farmer; and If It Is desire to be a gasoline money for educational stretch Pulalkn Is connected with ''

bridge, 1,200 feet, $76,000.00. Iron.[ showing Mayor Wall con- carry Jim Morgan to South Carolina last Saturday( when the hlther- lender In his organization, It will pin'pones, may bring at least temporary Luke City, the motor gateway ot

While funds have been provided gratullng the dealer on his bit of on bare horseback and that tofore largest'; day of the season I help him there. If ho denims to relief to at least eight counties Florida by a hard-surfaced road.

In the 1930 budget for extendingroad publicity. L.; Q. ChurcUhill was in Morgan admitted having/ robbed was effected Saturday's movement be n better citizen It will help In liDs state where the county with but ono short detour around ,,. -

28 frbm Palatka to Bunnell, charge of the tOIl*. and was accompanied the store of Wash Russell at New totalled 111,510 quarts of berries him there. 4-H) Club work teaches I. boards of public Instruction have a bridge that U under construc .

its eastern terminus, as shown under by A. W.? Ramtidell, London on the night before. In nine express refrigerator cars onu to !grow better crops, raise better b e ti n financially embarrassed tion. ,, ,

project 72, delays In securing Goodyear representative In this Harstell In alleged to have told two freight and a heavy pony rl-! livestock, work better, play through lack of funds with whichto The distance between Palatka. .'

right-of-way through Flagler territory, and A. J,,.Gentele, pilot. Nell and John Ledbetter, brothers frlgerator movement, On Fridaythe better and be a butter and pro- efllvlently/ operate schools. It and the (Gateway has been materIally .

Bounty will not allow completionof The tire was manufactured by residing near Stanfleld (hat Morgan price was Hald to be a half gent greHHlve citizen." was slated at I the capitol Saturday shortened, although considerable r '

t.hla section during this year. tho Goodyear Rubber Company. Its confessed the murder and robbery higher than Saturday while Thurs In the general session of the morning.I additional' distance will be ... r4

Over the new road the mileage entire weight, with the wheel Is as he was making his way to I daY- had the Hume- average. ,.- as. -Sat.. . meeting club tours for the boys. In several' of theMe counties eliminated by the hard-siirfaclnir .

from Starke to Lake Butler will 1,800 pounds. The inner tube South Carolina. 'j urday. were discussed and such tours will teachers have not been paid for of the road from (Grand to Pa-

bo 16.38 miles, plus the 1200 footbridge alone weighs 125 pounds. It. was I.edbettent Knter enlal Anticipating a heavy movement bo held during; the summer when periods ranging from two weeks latka and by the completion of the. t

over New River; to Lake manufactured with the same care Allen Austin. the attorney, visIted yesterday buyers were prepared) each club boy may observe the to two months, It was stated. Columbia county end. / ,

lty. 37.58 miles; to Palatka, and accuracy that is exercised in the Ledbetter home a short and had 21 express cars on hand to work of his fellow club member. Gulf county Is mont hard press The motorist. In driving hero I

38.16 miles. making the regular size Goodyear time ago at which time the brothers receive the offering of the hun- County Agent Rlckenbaker discussed ed. Not only Is the school board directly from Lake City, will now

'- tires, and the Goodyear company are said to have told Austin dreds of berry patches In this sec with the boys. Club meetingsand unable to pay salaries but the me Stato Highway No. 2 from the .

1CIKLK.. : BULLET: FATAL TO BOY states that it Is altogether possible of the conversation that took place tion. their purpose, keeping records board Is conslderelng cloning pub gateway to BlllHvIlle. From KIIsvllle -
that similar tires will be neededfor Saturday''movement Included a to Orandln the road Is hard .
between them and Harstell. Today, \ club exhibits contest day lic schools. A public subscription
some of the ot the car and 400 cratas of-berries' for surfaced all the At Orandln
Herman Allen Lake Butler Die aIrplanes however, the Ledbetter boys and and club camp.It may be nctfmisary to save this way. ,
From Wound Received In future. Harstell denied all statements that the auction at Lakeland, the price Is believed that the leaders county from closing its school the county lateral a hard-surfaced'
The big tire requires only three Saturday ni hf Playing. they are alleged to have made In meeting was quite a success and for the remainder of the term, a
pounds of air pressure, yet 45 connection with the murder. \ berries being 15 cents a pint, Fri the boys expretmed an Intention according to n. W. Spear, school of seven miles where con- _

Jacksonville, Feb. 23.-Herman minutes were required to InflateIt Older citizens of the county day one car also went to toe auc- unanimously, to go buck to their superintendent of that county, n8'lIolIII made with state high. ______

Allen nine-year-old" boy of Lake to that point. It Is estimated have been reminiscing on the case tion for which 16 U cents per pint respective local clubs and use their The schools are still opn but are way No. 14. _

Butler died in a local hospital that It has a load carrying capacity for the past few days whIle young- was paid. The Thursday car Influence to make It the bent In the being run with Inadequate staffs It Is expected that the contractor _ _
of 40,000 to 50,000 pounds. brought 14 % cents a pint Seven county. Alachua county Is having considerable hard-surfarlng No. 28 from
folks called their dads and
early on
yesterday as a result of gunshot -
wound received at his home By way of comparison It might be granddads to tell them of the mur- cars of berries were sold on auction Club work In Bradford county trouble paying salaries Irandln to Palatka will be let at .

last Saturday when he was playing noted that an ordinary size Ford der and incidents that took place Saturday night has taken on quite a forward move and private funds contributed has he next meeting of the State Road

with a rifle. ire weighs 15 pounds and that after Tally was found dead on his With warm rlpen'ng! weather through the efforts of the county saved schools from closing there. Department, this work being In.
his "oversize" product has, about the during the week-end and prospects agent to date has an enrollmentof Other counties which Are em- cluded In the 1930 budget..
Allen the son of Mr. and Mrs. porch by granddaughter of the
Herman to(>> such Urea In its carcass. Its old man's washwoman. for tho same kind of weather this 128 as compared with the enrollment barraosed, It Is said are Washington Grading of the highway from .

Allen, was seriously stated that It would have a mar- Lived Alone week it was generally believed of 11 of last year.. Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Sun Mateo to Dunned will bo authorized _ _
wounded when a shot from his Tally _ _
ket value if about $5,000. The home that the current week would be the GladeS I Calhoun and Liberty.In as soon as Flagler county '
Tally two
email a story
rifle struck him In the abdomen. -
peak of the for '
season strawberry Glades county the situation Is ready with the right-of-way. &
His said ha five or six room house still stands
parent that shipments from this point. Roll Four Cars This project also being In thisyear'
Is said to bo especially critical. _
and bears mute evidence of the
< been playing with the gun Florida At ..
TopIn I a That section, hard hit by the h u r. budget. Flagler county ban
ghastly light that surrounded the
when a shell became lodged in the I. Berries already voted bonds. for the financing
rlrane of 1928, has not recovered
liarrel.. His death of Tally, who was a good
efforts to extricate It ,.PAYKRSij. :
Auto Taxes financial stability. Its school of the project. There barf., '
resulted quiet, hard-working widower that
his wounding himself.It .
board Is virtually penniless and however been some delay on the l
was at'' lint thought that gave much ,moneY'.to the supper J. ,Logan' IVlce- re8ldent of I Heaviest movement of berries
thu Itself part of, Flagler county la removing ,
county no
young .Allen's Injuries were not Itcosts money' drive a car of his church and to the poor. Ills Florida Taxpayers Relief Aisocla- for this season occurred Tuesday funds which can be possesses diverted towards obstacles to the early grading I

!lerlOUII, but a turn for the worse In Florida. A lot of motorists who wife a daughter of Capt. W, F. tlon of Jacksonville will speakIn when one express car of 650 24- education. It was declared. of the road.-P latka Dally News ;: _

Friday culminated in his death tare paid fines In court for being Nash, of Palmervllle, died about Starke tomorrow afternoon, 2 pint crates, two freight refrlgera- Feb. 18th.IIKAIUNU. f _

yesterday. late In getting their 1930 tags five years before the murder.. Tally o'clock, at the court house and tore: of 400(>> 32-quart crates and one M'QI..UuaNNOCNC.H: : .

The body was removed to the topped to reflect on this subject was living alone when killed every taxpayer' Invited to come express car of ponies were loaded KOH ft. It. ('()MMJU! / )% OX 1t'lSOnl.JUUH

home of his parents in Lake Butler while thsy waited their turn. and It U believed that the mur- out and hear what he has to say out. The growers association : MA urn i a

yesterday by the Marcus Go- In 1928, the Florida motorist's derer called him to the door and on the subject of taxation. loaded the express car of pint Tallahassee, Feb. 25.-W. A.McQuagge. AT J.\CKHO.\VIM-K '
license and taxes averaged struck him In the head ;wIth Taliy's -
nant Company. gas I crates and local buyers the remaining of Marianne qualified -
$45.86 per car, This was almost own ax and then chopped his VANDRIiniLT: ...11 CLfll ( JI1L I three cars. Prices paid with the secretary of state yesterday The Interstate commerce commission j
AWNOUNCE8 FOB STATE'S twice much the national head from his body. The' home. NEWS
as as average during the day averaged 21 cents as a candidate for railroad has called a hearing In ;,
ATTORNEY of $24.24 per auto. For Including furniture and personal Saturday afternoon at two per quart and the car loaded commission In group one. Jacksonville March 12. to consider -
929 the will be bigger and effects which were kept In an upstairs o'clock the 4-H club 1
costs girls of Van- out by the associationsold I Mr. McQuagge. who Is president a complaint of Florida railroads
Col. A. 3. Crews announces bis better with a six cent gasoline roam in a trunk were ram- derbllt met at Miss Carra Bell at auction In Lakeland Tuesday of the Florida Tax Assessors association regarding the icing of refrigerator

Candidacy for state's attorney, tax, In place of a AYe sacked. At the time. It was thought Gorman's. The meeting was call. night for 11 3-4 cents pint. will oppose Eugene 8. Matthews cars to be used In the shipment ot

twenty-sixth: Judicial circuit In Florida Is always at the top that the person who killed Tally ed to order by Misses. Lubedla Alvarez Quality of the .fruit offered was of Starke, the Incumbent, Florida fruits vegetables, melona

this issue opposing Col. E. M.Johns. when you, compute high'automo--and failed to And his alleged cash preaiden.t' and Louise; Sapp, for the commission post, and berries to northern markets.

Mr. Crews has been engaged bile (axes. In gasoline she 1 eves In his home broke Into and rob- secretary came to the stage and poor.Fruit being loaded out by the I The bearing to be conducted by '.

In active practice In this clrt"U six cents along with Georgiaand bed the Wash Rnssel. store. conducted the usual badness meet- association Is examined by I l"Ol"LTRY RAIHKIIH: JUT: : W. P. Bartel. the commission's) dl- ,

for years and before the circuit South Carolina. Other states Was Dastardly Murder In. Federal Inspector who is trainIng .1 rector of service, and J. C. Rogers

wag divided.'' served as state's range downward In price to two The murder was recalled tonight a local man to carr on Bradford county poultry raisers special examiner probably will be>

attorney for.aeyeral years. cents for Massachusetts and New as the moat dastardly ever old home, today as interest In the Inspection work for the ....0- met Tuesday night for the purposeof the climax to an order Issued by _ _

York. In licenses Florida Is on- to occur in Stanly county., Orrin ease began to>Increase. It has been latlon, Figures' are not available making an organized< effort to the: commission sometime ago requiring ,. ,
BELLS WILL BROADCAST I Iy topped by Kentucky. She ranks Elkin and W. A. Russell the former unoccupied ,8nce Tally's. death 28 for berry movement from Lawtey get the North Florida Poultry Association the railroads to lower their

among the flrst five, Michigan deceased, were tried charged years ago< A gash in the door is and Hampton although nearly two to operate In Bradford I refrigeration car rates foFlor- _ _

According to announcement in I New York and Georgia sharing' with the murder but both were alleged<< to have been caused by a I ars were reported to have been county. I Ida produce but giving the carriers _ _

the Lake Wales Highlander the the honors. released. blow of the ax aimed at Tally by' loaded at Lawtey Tuesday. Plans are being made to have permission to re-open the j

music of the bells will be broad- If a Florida motorists owns a "I hope they bring Morgan back the murderer who sued an ax picked Previously reported; the president of the association In case with respect to Icing banker

tasted tonight. Feb. 28. from 8:30to : BuIck master six It costs him and convict him If he Is guilty up in the yard of the dead man qts. Starke at an early date at which charges.

J o'clock, when Anton Brees $21. 60 for a license this year. In otherwise I hope he will continue and left It blood stained In the 94,284 $21.998.48 time a meeting will\ be held In the A hearing on the Icing question i_ _ _

will pot on a special recital for California this same car was to prosper as he 111." Mr Russell house.In Movement to Feb. 2s; court house and it Is desired. that was held recently at Washingtonand

the benefit of radio audiences who charged $3 and In Ohio. $4. If a stated today in recalling the event the meantime the extradition 138,888 29166.48 all poultry raisers In the countybe was then transferred to Jacksonville -

<'an not get to the Tower for the Florida man owned a Ford sedan that caused him to be confined In papers are going through the pro- present on this occasion.! \,

regular recital The Clearwater he paid $13 this year, comparedwith Jail for '* time. All of the men cess ot being properly signed and Totals 233,172 $51,164.96 Any further Information concerning ,

"Utlon will broadcast the 'pro-: $3 In California and .$4 In tried and many others that were no effort will be spared In an at- the organization can be Melbourne Construction of 'J

glam being arranged for by .the Ohio: suspected. were close relatives of tempt to brine Morgan< back to Bartow Central Radio Sales, obtained by Inquiring at the Brad : filling station at 'corner ot Dixie

Lake Wales Chamber of Com None of this includes the. personal Tally.\ I Stanly stand trial on a Inc., opened sales room and service ford County Farmer. Supply: highway and Strawbrldg completed. 1
l11er .. property tax. | Dozens ot ,peop1 flocked to the felony charge. :repair shop on East Main street. Store. .

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Bids Asked For Accidental Shot Harstell Denies He County 4-H Club Road To Beach REGISTRATION r

Road 28 Through Fatal To Youth Ever Stated MorganIs Leaders Course To Be Surface( BOOKS WILL

Columbia Count Held Saturda OPEN MONDAYRegistration
} Elton: Cone Died Saturday Nigh Guilty Of Murder : late> Will fv I'our-Mllo: LinlloliMMMi

I'Tom'ouml !relved DurIng llniii|I't'iii nitd) the -

According to notice to contra* Afternoon. I u---: A number of the 4-H Club bDYs; HrtM>k T HI"jh\tH)'. books will bo open

,,,rs carried In a Tallahasse pnpe: Until the. North ('arollnnauthorities from over the county were In atendance ed in the eight precincts of the
be received on March 5th h..ltl) Through efforts of Senator i iM. I:, March 3rd
will It'Adprlll11t'etnlt
hills. Robert Elton Cone, 17, died a.t produce. <.lIre"1.- Heavy ShipmentsFrom at a county next Monday,
HI. furnishing materials for cot 7 o'clock Saturday night from the dcmc connecting Jolui Mor.Kan In the county agents office Satui : John and !Mr A, A Durden of and will remain open through

iii-iiilion work on Project 71! results of a gunshot wound reo with the axe'' murder ;tN Plant Citjrtk day rnoriilriK Feb. 22, The !mooIng Hampton the state road depart April 1st, Supervisor II... C Wall

'hl$ being that part of road 28! celved shortly after noon when the years ORO, the Mate of Florida wan \planned\ by County Ages metit has agreed: to pave the ton states. After April let the books r
milling from Watertown, near discharge nick\nbak !r and Mr. R. W, lilac) mile connecting link between r0l111 'will remain open at tile office of
he carrying considers the clowilitulilcnt
was matter '
gun a _
i I.j\ke\ City, to the Union, count as be was hunting In the wood Governor; Cnrlton lit,* uf Season! HltM Reels liens lock, state boys club agent spot 13 at Hampton and the Ilrookc the supervisor In Starke until May

mo a distance of approximate! near his home northwest of Starke lorulC'cI1; i'gull's attorney, .' miles. Lime rock will be usell of Club Leadership learned Wednesday. That tilt.: .. June primaries and the November
i I" .ctlr South ject
The accident was not witnessed by>,: Sonnlor I:. :M. Johns, In an In- "14 nn"
i,\ instruction of the base.\! .-- Attending: tba leaders mastic work will be done this year has election must pay their poll texas
anyone. His father working near torIv lust Salunli>\'. Letting! of thin contract Is i In In his The following account of the were: Cornelius Moore, Harmon been assured by W A. Shandi, for 1928 and 1929 before May
noticed his coming >
by son ('uor Curltun a tut' with the department's ar- direction and upon hearing the report of .Albrinnrln hi berry situation in the Plant City Morgan and Farrell Morgan s of member of the board, who advise 10th the last date allowed under
of completln Ivan Hazei, Johns and Harden that lbnecessary the law : to ruling by
noil need purpose of the gun. called to him Could not honor r- rate road 28 from Lake City tPalatka he Issue of the Plant City Courier: Raymond Green and Howard Molt funds will bo provide Attorney General Davis.Tha .
When he failed to get a reply < *>itt for n cltLu of this
this year. With the awarding went to the settleand found tit state cmIIt'I....a and war Dally volume records for this of Hrook.; Thornton Johns of In the 1930 budget; The preset general election law provides
of the adjoining project from youth lying on the ground, tbe< rant subndttsrL'"J season went tumbling Into the dU Hampton; and llarbold SON, .J, grade will) be nand! to a great et) that to bu eligible to vote.

the Union county line to Lake Butler upper part of his body shattered( card before an avalanche of straw 10. Crews, Andrew and tent, although the curves will 110) poll tuxes for the two years next

and the final project from by the charge of shot. The suposl -' berries here yesterday with earl Hhoden of New River. 111111I1I"J mndl lied and the grade wldenoi preceding the election must tx

Klurahome to Palatka. work will tlon Is that he stumbled or drop Albermarle, Feb.: 14,--Officer evenIng' Indications pointing to the Mr. niacklocK ... This road runs by Hampton Bead, paid on or before the. fourth Saturday
ho under way on all incomplet ped the gun. were baffled tonight In their attempt possible movement of 16 or 17'' nomlcal production and the and U cut-off for traffic from tho preceding, date of such election ?,

sellonsvof the road between the Medical aid was secured for tin to unravel the 38-year-oI express refrigerator cars, a freight Ing of proper records, stating kt'E'P-1 Hampton section to points In the The first primary under the
It Is understood that murder of Francis Tall of the county law will come this on
two cities. boy but he died Borne five hour: mystery ] car: and some 400 pony retrlfterutorn. economical: production menus western part new year
the bridge between Starke anll later without recovering con The names of prominent men In i 4If' title.. Indication was fun money realized from Hystematl I 'rwo other connecting links of Thursday, Juno 3rd, making the

Lake Butler will also be complete sct ,usness. He was the son of Mr this county who first allowed the Ailed yesterday will have been by efforts lie also Impressed the roadway In this county sought for last day to pay poll tux fall on tl

during this year, specifications and Mrs. R. C. Cone, long real Information to leak out about five .' far the ,biggest; day of the curtail t fact t that all boys were not Koacl this year was a continuation of tlto I May 10th

having been changed to allow for dents of the county. Funeral services weeks ago that caused the arrest 'I. season and will also have pushe club boys, but that it took a rf'al above road from Hampton east to The list of deputy registration

the erection of a different typ were held Sunday followed In Starke, Fla., on Sunday of Jim closely the biggest day In the history boy with a determination and pin stale road 28, and from the lIa- officers Is carried In this Issue lathe
cost of $75,000.As alias John -Morgan, became put road on the state prIson supervisor's notice, to the public
bridge at a by Interment at Dyal cemetery, In of production! In this section, pawn In view and one with the dB< mon cross
matters ,low, stand, road,28 charge of the DeWitt C. Jone lie today. However, J, Allen Austin Feb. 27 of last year, when 182,00 termination to stick to his wor farm road east through Lawte of opening of registrationbooks.

hai been completed from Lak Company. Pallbearers were Lei High Point attorney who mad quarts of berries' were shipped out against adversities; a boy who ('an I and connecting with slate road 4near .

Butler to Bradford county line Wiggins, Dan Manning. Fonzi a vow in Ills law school days 10 i of here.;' win without boasting" anil one wh KlnKt
528 miles Union county line to Prevatt Melvin Futch, Ralfori the university to bring the guilt Not until late last evening .soul can lose without complaining was found impossible to have then! Grandin Stretch

Starke, 11.12 miles; Starke to Brown, Fred Halslop. man to the bar of Justice, state t the correct volume going out of Then Mr, Illacklock\ advise". Included In the 1930 budget, Senator -

Bradford county line, 10.93 mllee. this morning following conference hero he accurately: figured, bu "That quality which enables one Johns stated Thursday that he 28 Is '
From Bradford county line to e of men that were supposed to busy were both railway sidings aa to gain and hold this position I III was ensured of their being Included ,Completed 3'iHdat5e 3'

Klorahome, 12.32 miles, the bus BIG (HODYKITIRH be acquainted with the facts i lithe an almost steady stream of car leadership. If one Is tn occupy In next year's road prograt r

Is Hearing 'completion, making i a SHOWY Inn: : murder, that publicity given, flowed to the express refrigerate this position, he must prepare bin and that he expected to see work It/rlucrl l HHnrrn Terminal

total of 39.63 miles (complete* the case had caused trouble am! cars with their loads of berrle self to meet the needs and de under way on bolh before( '' his ten Point

and nearing completion. Mileag The largest rubber tire In the new threads of evidence would from all parts of the great straw mends of the society in which he In the senate expired

of the unpaved sections provide* world stopped in Starke Monday have to be found before invest)! berry area. C H. Shanks, lore must live." . --
In the 1930 budget and morning at Rltch's Service Station gallons could be continued. ventured the Hard surfacing of State High
for express agent, guex "The demands. of rural soclet Distribution Funds
amounts set aside are as follows: local agency for Goodyear Never S alcl I 1 :Morgan Wim fiiillty 1 that 16 or 17 express cars would of today( and of the future are way No. 28 wee completed) to s

Project 706-B, Florahome to products, and -hardly had it stopped Gale Harstell, the old man residing : move and some 400 pony refrlK many.) It Is demanding better. cat Ease TensiorHI.VKIIAL Grandin late yesterday The New
turning before It was surrounded in western Stanly county, : May was Informed today by W, J.
Palatka, 14.91 miles, $186,375.00 orators besides a freight! car. If talus. of farming" better leaders of>
Project 713 Watertown to UnIon by a crowd, curious tc who admits having carried !Morgai, the movement was that total law Its people, and more IntelllKendlrec Root, of Luke Geneva. A drive to

rounty line, 10 miles, $126 see what the widely advertised tin to South Carolina the day after i night, last year's dally record of 'tor" of all Us activities!' Thi ; : COt'NTIlM: I .\(). HUSfOSIx'r Lie up the stretch of the Short
250.00. looked like. The monster measures the murder of Francis Tally at 1118 all time was materially endanger", means preparedness" ,\ : : OK SCHOOL! Route with the county lateral by ;
12 feet in height and foul London Saturday night of last week had
home two miles east of -
Project 714, Columbia count; ed. "To help the rural boys and -
Feet In width, and was mounter! on November 2, 1892 denied did Thursday by the tailed by 71 yards, he said, and
line to Lake Butler, 10.20 miles, The great volume yesterday girls becomes prepared Is the nobl DlHtrlhutlon t
J125.000.00. behind a bus especially equipped I today that he had ever mad nofsurlously affect the price whlcl purpose\ of 4-H Club work It I ItI. Mate comptroller\ of more thai the flnJMhlng touches were put

Project 72, San Mateo to Bun tor towing the tire. Its stop hen I A definite! statement that Morgan held up In a...henomeiial way to Is. a boy'H desire to become a furrr $688,000 in school money reprt Monday.

nell, 23.76 miles, one bridge 381 was arranged for by Hamlltoc was guilty of the crime. Harstell!, what was believed would be a 27 Vi. or, It will help him be a bette Heating the two-thirds of one ('ent With the completion of this

feet 19040000. Ritch manager of the station' ant now about 50 years of age, admits, rent arrange for tile day, the sam farmer; and if It lit denim to be a gasoline money for educations stretch Palatka In connected with +

Project 715-B. New Rive photos were made by Hooveitiros. however, that lie was forced ti) as last Saturday when the hitherto leader In his organization: It will' purpose, mny bring at leant temporary Lake City, the motor gateway of

bridge 1,200 feet, 7500000. ., showing Mayor Wall con :curry Jim !Morgan to South Carolina fore largest day of the BPUSOI help, hint there. If he desires to relief to at leant eight court Florida by a hard-.urteced road,

While funds have been provided gratullng the dealer on his! bit of on bare horseback and tha was effected. Saturday's movement be a better citizen, it will help) lies In I the state where I the fount with but one short detour arounda ,,

iu the 1930 budget for extending publicity. L. O. ChurcHhlll was in Morgan admitted having I'obbell'the totalled 111,1>10 quarts of berrle him there. "-II Club work tea.11I'1Ione boards of public Instruction hay. bridge that Is under construction.

toad 28 from Palatka to Bunnell, harge: of the tout, and was accompanied store of Wash Russell at Nev In nine express refrigerator cars, to grow better crops, raise bet been financially mbarras ei r rand

Its eastern terminus, as shown under by A. W. namadell, London on the night before. two freight and a heavy pony refrigerator tei livestock, work better, pla through lack of funds with whirl' The distance between Palatka.
project 72, delays in securlni Ooodyear representative in this Harstell In alleged to have toll movement. On Frlda; better and be a better and prc to I efficiently operate schools I It the Gateway hall been<< mater-

right-of-way through Flagler territory, and A. Geutele, pilot 'Yell and John Ledbetter, brother the price was Bald to be a half rent greanlve citizen" was stated at the capitol Huturda( : ially shortened' although considerably ,.
The tire manufactured by residing Stan field, that Moran additional distance will be ;,
was near
county will not allow completion higher than Saturday while Thursday In the general session of the mo nil n tf.
the Goodyear Rubber Company. Its ; confessed the murder and robbery several the fl .rountie eliminated by I the hard-surfacing
Saturday of
of this section during this year. I bad the same average as meeting club tours for the boy
Over the new road the mileage entire weight, with the wheel it as he was making his way to< were dlscu B d and such tours wll teachers have not been paid for of the road from Grandin to Pa-
1,800 pounds. The inner tube! South Carolina. week latka and by the completion of the, ;
from two
from Starke to Lake Butler wit Anticipating a heavy movemen bo held during the Hummer when periods ranging
be 16.38 miles, plus the 1200 fool. alone weighs 125 pounds. It was Lwlbettrrs |']nt<*r Denial yesterday buyers were preparer each club boy may observe the to two months, It was stated. Columbia county end.

bridge over New River; to Laki' manufactured with the same care Allen Austin, the attorney, vie-, and had 21 express cars on hand to work of his fellow <
city 37.58 miles; to Palatka i ind accuracy that is exercised in ted the Ledbetter home a shor receive the offerings of the bun County Agent Illckenbaker discus .ed. Not only IK the school boanunublo illrertty from Lake City will now
making the regular size .Goodyear at which time the broth salaries but the use, State Highway No. 2 from the
38.16 miles. Ime ago Ireds of berry patches In this HOC- aed with the boys Club meeting to pay .t
free: and the Goodyear company told closing pub gateway to Klllsvllle. From HIllsvllle -
ers are said to have Austli and their keeping records board Is coimlderelng
states that it Is altogether possible that took place Ion.Saturday's purpose schools. A public mibncrlptloi to Orandln the road Is hard
TO IlOY of the conversation >movement included a club exhibits, content day lie
that similar tires will be needed between them and Harstell. Today !stand 400 crates -berries for and club camp.It may be neeVssary to save this surfaced all the way. At Grandin' ?!.

Herman Allen-Lake butler Dim for' some of the airplanes of the however, the Ledbetter boys and he: auction at Lakeland the prIce is believed that the leader county from cloning its school the county lateral, a hardsurfaced'I distance I J,
load U used to Interaction, a
'uture. denied all statements tha remainder of the term,
larstell for the
Wound Received In Saturday nlabt.for the Plant City meeting was quite a success. and .
From The big tire requires only three to have made In'' to II. W. Spear, chop : of seven miles where con
they are alleged berries being 15 rents a pint Friday the boys expressed an Intentloiunanlmoiuly According ..
1'Ujrlnff. pounds of air pressure, yet 45 connection with the murder. one car also went'to the auction to go buck to their! superintendent of Unit county nection Is made with state highway '

-23. Herman minutes were required to Inflatet Older citizens of the count for which in >4 cents per pint respective local clubs and use their The .schools are still open but an No. 14.
Allen Jacksonville nine-year-old boy-of Lake to that point. It Is estimated have been reminiscing on the case was paid. The Thursday cat'jrouglit Influence to make it the best In the being run with Inadequate stalls It Is expected that the contractfor from

that It has a load carrying ca- for the past few days while young 14% cents a pint. Seven too ely. Alachua, county In having .con hard-surfacing No. 28
Butler, died In a local hospital I Drandln to Palatka will be let at
>achy of 40,000 to 60,000 pounds, their dads and ilderable trouble paying salarlei
folks called on era of berries were sold on auction Club work In Bradford count!
early yesterday as a result of gunshot -i next of the State Road
the meeting
3y way of comparison It might be granddads to tell them of the mar Saturday night. halt taken on quite a forward move< and private funds contributed hai .
received at his home Included
wound noted that an ordinary size Ford ler and incidents that took place With warm rlpen'ng! weather through the efforts of the ,'ounty: saved schools from cloning there department, this work being
last Saturday when he was playing Ire weighs 15 pounds and that after Tally was found dead on hit luring the week-end and prospecti'or agent to date had an enrollment Other counties which are embarraniied. : In the 1030 budget.

with a rifle.Allenthe. his "oversize" product has, about torch by the granddaughter of thf : the same kind of weather this t 128 as compared with the enrollment It Is. said, are WashIngton Oradlng of the highway from
son of Mr. and Mrs\ San Mateo to Hunnell will b, au-
)0) such tires In its carcass. Okalooita Okeechobee,
old man's washwoman. week. It was generally believed of 11 of last year. ,
Herman Allen, was seriously a stated that it would have a mar Tally Livnl Alone hat the current week would be the Made[ Calhoun and Liberty. horlzed as soon as Flaglcr county

wounded when a shot from hit tet; value If about $6,000. The Tally home, a two story peak of the season for strawberry S ii In Glades county the situatloiIs I. ready with the rightofway.rhls .

small'rifle struck him In the ab- five or six room house, still stands ihlpmenta from this point. Roll Four Cars said to be especially. critical project also being In thin
lomea. His parents \said! that he rear's budget Flagler county baa
the bit the hur--
and bears mute evidence of That section, hard by
had been playing with the gun Florida At TopIn I the I has not recovered already voted bond for the flnan-
ghastly sight that surrounded LOGIN TO AIIDRK.HH; TAX- Berries Tuesday Icane( of 1028 f ,
when shell became lodged in the lag of the project. There has,
a death of Tally, who was a good, ,I'A YI<:RH Inanrlal stability Its school;
barrel. His efforts to extricate It Auto Taxes quiet, hard-working widower that board Is virtually penniless and however, been some delay on the

resulted in his wounding himself rave much, the support : ij, It was" ati+ first thought thatJ'ouog -y'to' of his church and to the poor. Ills Florida Taxpayers Relief Ansocla- for this. season occurred Tuesday funds' which can be diverted towards ng obstacles to the early grading
drive carn
Allen's Injuries were not It costs m n a W. F. when one express car of 650 :24'liit education It declared of the road.-Palatka Dally News.ieb. .
A lot of motorists who rife, a daughter of Capt. lon of Jacksonville; will speakn was :
nerloDs, but a turn for the worse Florida. In court for being Nash, of Palmervllle, died about Starke tomorrow afternoon 2'clock > crates, two freight f/lgera-- 18th.IKAUI.XO.
Friday( culminated In his death lave In paid their 1930 tags live years before the murder. Tally at the court house, and ors of 400 32-quart crates and one 1'frQL'U (AN.NOCM'KH: .
getting '
yesterday. ate this subject was living alone when killed very taxpayer' I 1. Invited to come press car of ponies were loadedut. FOli It. II. ()?UII4HIOS! ; OV ICINUCHAIUJKH
The removed to the topped to reflect on : \IICH la
body was believed that the murderer > The growers amoclatloti -
their turn. and It Is out and bear what he has to say
homo of his parents in Lake But. while they waited motorist1 called him to the door and on the subject of taxation. loaded the express car of pint Tallahassee, Feb. 25.-W. AUcQuagge AT JACKSONVILLEThe
ler yesterday by the Marcus Gonant In 1928, the averaged truck him In the head with Tal- -. rate and local buyers the remaining of Marlanna, qualified -

Company.,, Icense and gas taxes almost lY'. own ax and then chopped bill ,.'ANDKIUULT; 4.11 CLCH UIIIL three cars. Prices paid with the secretary of state y ester- Interstate commerce cornI I
$145.88 per car. This was ead> from his body. The home NEWH luring the day averaged 21 cents day'as a candidate for railroad nlnnlon has called a hearing in

ANNOUNCES FOB STATE'S wice as much as the national For average Including furniture and personal Saturday afternoon at two'clock per quart, and the car loaded ommlRNlon. In group one. acksouvllle March 12, to consider -

ATTORNEY of $24.24 per auto. ffects, which were kept In an upstairs the 4-H club girls of Vanderbilt out> by the associationold Mr. McQuagge, who Is president a complaint of Florida railroads
.929. the costs will be tlager'and room in a trunk, were ram- .met at Miss Carra Bell at auction In Lakeland Tues- of> the Florida Tax Assessors annotation regarding the Icing of refrigerator

Col. A. S. Crews announces hU better with a six cent gasoline acked. At the time it was thought Torman's. The meeting was call- lay night for 11 3-4 cent pint will oppose Eugene S. Mathews are to be used In the shipment oC ,i

candidacy tor state's attorney: ax. in place of a five bat the person who killed Tally elS to order by Misses Lubedla AI- Duality,. of the fruit offered was of Starke, the Incumbent Florida fruits, vegetables, melons r

tweatJ-efxth judicial circuit: In Florida is always at the top and failed to lad his alleged cash arei, president' and Louise Sapp poOl'*. for the commission post, and berries to northern markets.

. this issue, opposing Col. E. M. rhen you compute high automo- In his home, broke into and robbed Bcretary rame to the stage and Fruit being loaded out by the The hearing, to be conducted by
Johns Mr Crews has been engaged ille taxes. In gasoline she lev- the Wash Russel store. conducted the usual business meet- .ssoclatlon Is examined by. ,a roti/rnr RAISERS: MKKT: : W. P. Bartel, the com' mission'* dl- ,t

In active practice in this cir- lea all cent along with Georgia order IDC. Federal Inspector) who l lit train- recto of service, and J. L. Rogers

Cult for years: and before the circuit and South Carolina. Other states Was)Dastardly)recalled to- ng a local man to carryon Flradford county poultry raisers special examiner, probably will bo

was divided, served as state's ange downward in price to two The murder most was dastardly ever old home,today as interest In the tile Inspection work for the annotation. net Tuesday night for the purpose the climax to an order Issued by $

attorney; for several years. cents for Massachusetts and New Ight as the Orrin ease began te.laeresse.It! baa been Figures' are not available of making an organized effort toI'et the (!commission! t+sometime ago re-
9 fork.( In licenses Florida Is only to occur in Stanly county.; unoccupied since Tally's death 38 for berry movement from Lawtey the North Florida Poultry Asoclatlon ulrlng the railroads to lower their
Russell the formr :
BELLS WILL BROADCAST topped by Kentucky. She ranks skin and W A. tried, charted years ago. A gash In the door Is and Hampton although nearly two to operate In Bradford efrlgeratlon car rates. tag FlorIda t
among the Drat five, Michigan, deceased were have been )unty. produce, but giving the carriers -
murder but both were alleged to have been caused by a err were reported to
According to announcement In few York and Georgia sharing with the blow of the ax aimed at Tally by loaded at Lawtey Tuesday.. Plans. are being made to have permission to re-open the

the Lake Wales Highlander, the he honors. eleased. bring Morgan back the murderer who used an ax picked Previously reported: the president of the association In case with respect to Icing bunker
"I they
music of the bells will be broad- It a Florida motorists owns a convict hope him: if he Is guilty up In the yard of the dead man qts.94U4. tarke at an early date at which barges. 1
tasted tonight, Feb. 28, from 8:30to : Buick master 'six, It costs him and he will continueprosper and left it blood stained In the $21,998.48 time a meeting will be held In the A hearing on the icing question
otherwise hope
9 o'clock, when Anton Brees $21. 60 for a license this year. In he I.." Mr Russell touse. Movement to Feb. 36: court house and It Is desired that ras held recently at Washington i

will put on a special recital for California this same car was to B as the event In the meantime the extradition 138,88S 29,188.48 aU poultry raisers In the county and was then transterred' to Jack. I.
In recalling '
the benefit of radio audiences who barged $3 and In Ohio $4. If a' tated today are going through the Process be present on this occasion. son yll\e\ .
be confined papers
that caused him to
cannot get to the. Tower for the lorlda man owned a Ford sedan, for 1 time. All of tbe men of bttoc properly signed: and Totals 233,172 $51,184.96 Any further Information con- f'
regular recital. The Clearwater he paid$12 this year, compared % other that were no effort will be spared In an attempt i' i train* the organization can be Melbourne\. 'Construction: of {
station with $3: In California and $4 in tried and many obtained at the Brad. Illlng station at corner of Pixie ,
will broadcast the program were close relatives of to bring Morgan back to Barlow Central Radio Sales, by Inquiring : x
being_ arranged for by ,the Ohio. ispected. Stanly county ,t
Lake Wafer Chamber of Commerce -' None of this Include- the. .personal ally Dozens, of people flocked! to tbe felony charger repair shop on East Main street. tore. ed. .* *i\l
property tax.

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t 'i M r t a Wishes All Florida I ."-Mrs. Bessie Wells 169 Precinct No. 8, Brooker .(} R

I N, W. 62th St., Miami, Fla. Colson.
t. JL B. H. S. JOURNAL Knew of Sargon Sargon may be obtained In Book's open from first Monau

Starke at Canova Pharmacy.-adv. !n March to and including nrs,

ti' NKWUPAPIIlt: STAFF ax'f "Sargon completely restored my Monday In April In precinct offlcea,
1 DEPUTY REGISTRATION OF- and from first Monday in
I health after 3 years Buffering; I April ,
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I F.'IItor-ln"hl A.. Hdltors.u.___.-_ PEAULB" MANNING EVAxMAHrOTTJ| X,, r .6 wish I could tell everybody in FICKIU4; May first at office of supervlHoi, ,.
natnnt| ,
tnka LMItorRport .._ ___._.________.. ......- Florida about this wonderful Starke.
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KclltorHunlnr G. W.
b i1 Reporter _ .. .. --- LENA hlM1: SHI.l'AIUJ: ) : medicine. Precinct No.1, Lawtey- H. c.fiv ALl2212t #
+ ___. .. ANN"fAN l'I'Allt'NAouhomore : Roberts.
cLg Its, Junior! Reporter HvportcrvroKhmnn ..n'. .... .. ._ . HKV: 8Tinvmim': Starke( Supervisor of ReglHtn, I
Ilennrter .- MANY HHOWM.ii3EHTULLD : Precinct No.2, ( -
+ +r h __ . : KFJMJ.vIfK HAM-IK JOMI-S:
An""lal nenorter. -P. E. Canova.
Faculty Supervisor ." Precinct No.3, Starke (South) "Son Holds Up Father ana .;
.,J I rJI l1! nrinnnC7C 05'A000 57047 000005757 05Z52S7S2.rrLSdIner ! -JV.. Morgan.Precinct ; Bank Loot," says headline u. ,

I, 1i1 The pupils and faculty of n I n. I of each county contest and a q No 4, Graham-C. D. per. There are several son w,

'1 8. wish to express tholr apprecia god) medal will be awarded to tho Roberts have been holding up their fat

tlon, to the 'Woman's Club of writer of) the essay ranked as Precinct No. 5, Hampton-J. V. but they have been more >numatlo

;, JI11. Starke nnd to Ihe citizens who highest in the state, the details of I ,, Jones. about !it although just atfeetlvo o:.
have taken such an interest In our the respective awards! being arranged Precinct No.6. Theressa. -Mrs. as the Kentucky boy w.>

I. school this )'CII r. The members of by the County Hoard of J. R. Dickinson used a p'stol to hold up ana ?,

IliW the Woman's Club who haveJMJJe Public! -Instruction. and the State!! ". Precinct No. 77 New River=: .1'h1i-fader brink.

many needs In tho pant have recently -- Hoard of Education.! .1I ---- . -- "" -. -- - -
donated some beautiful Yours s'ncerely: I

school which ha W, 8. Cawthon, I I
Bhrubbery\ to our
__ __ _ ,
u n
v boen placed to advantage( on the State SuperintendentWo --

BM grounds, In addition they l Up: are exporting a largo number 1 I ,
tHNS.LTION.U.1).1NCl'; : Il.tNl> Tr ad, ati [Inj: Company at 8 30 p.
:; E the whorl board and the P. T. A of D II. S. students to take
I { '1 + in giving food to some of the pu part In Into, contest. The history I OX 'TLOIISIIKIM: : KHOIJC" m, t:,Ht''rn standard i line[ and 730 I
OVEn N it c NKT-WOIIK: :
ti, pile of the lower grades. teachers of tho several grade P. m, central standard time. "Sen"
+ n'1' t the requirements
--- have explained
K.iiiey, well-known radio personality -
?k ', The chapel) hour last Thursday mentioned above and stand willIng OnTu' 8day, February 18th, The '
was very interesting due to the to aid in organizing tho material Florshelra: Shoe Company, Chicago w II announce
Inaugurated a new National* The Coon-Sanders organization:: I II I I
h presence of several visitors. Ur of the participants. _.... ,
t Lowry of the Presbyterian rhurch Brondcantlng feature, to be know will offer a sen tall'>llSI dunce frolic - --
i1 1 I
read from the Illblo attar a" the "Floislielm Frolic" ," featuring with Joe Sanders at the piano,
a passage IUS. IIKSSIK: : R'ELI.4"I ; !!
+ I which Mr: K. K. Perryman gave NOTICE for the first time on a chain and Carleton Coon at the drums,

i hook-up, the famous Coon-Sanders singing and directing their own arrangements I
\ I: a splendid! address on the Kellogg1Peace soffered terribly with Indigestion
/ By mistake the following names dance orchestra. :: of the latest dance
s I I Pact. Mrs.! T. J. Alderman had awful spells of
? nausea
,l L''L + ; then presented the school with aP wero ommftted from the honor This program will be heard; every I hits.This and my stomach was very acid.
/ .5 of "The Ttenunlcatlon of roll: Tuesday night from the Chicago program will be heard over
I Headaches and in shoul-
+'. .1' I"" War," which was. given by Worn. First grade, B class: Alma / studios of the National station WJA%, at 8:30: p. m. pains my
; : Violet der, neck and back kept me in mis-
Mary Williams. -- ----
P I l i I \. an's Club of Starke. Mr. Dowling Johnson Miss MaDelle Fore :ON.NONN...NS.N04S Miami who visited their grand- ery day and flight. I was extremely
.! thanked the club In behalf of the
i :
and I took
coacher. mother, Mrs. I. J. Priest returnedto nervous slept poorly.
a, I: school and stated that the picture HAMPTON
: : medlrines and treatments for
Third grade: Thomas Lewis, N their home last Sunday,
' )M' ; I ''I' should be given, hanging space in T. Hitch, Lorraine Hartman, Mary .. MI.. Ada Nlm..... Car. ,*.o Mrs Idella Priest visited her years without relief, but it wasn't

I':,'( tho auditorium. Harriet Bishop. Nettle Dowling, ........................ little grand-child, this week, who a week after I started Sargon un-
tYdti Nettle Johnson, is very ill at the G.ll; hospital. at til I felt better. Now every signof
t. Mary Jane Judd
::1:2 :' We are glad to have Miss Ma- Mi, and Mrs. Jolui Parker of
: indigestion is I've gained
Starke gone
.Belie Fore, coach of the Whirl- Doshla Smith Louise Sullivan. visited their Lee
Campvllle, son
Mlns Madge\ Middleton, teacher. Rev. Norris preached at the 8 pounds my nerves are strongerand Your Business and
winds with us again after an absence Parker last Saturday. '
th f Baptist church last Sunday morning I have worlds of new strengthand
Edna Pearce
t,3 : of a few days due to sickliest Fourth grade: Miss Vera Kelley of Callahan,
,I' Sargon Pills toned
Wilier Mae At 7:30: p. m. a beautiful energy up
'lt ,, J j j' ). Frances Lee Peek was the guest of Mrs. M. C. Sween- . .
rendered the ---- "- - -
Thornton, Carol White, Oracle program was by Home Protection
{, ey and Mrs. K. B. Watterson this
ab w t s ir The largest tire lu the world was itrer, L. O. Jones, Jr., Dilly Long, week. United Brotherhood. of Jacksonville -

} i ,Si( ;: on a 15-mlnute exhibition in front Elton McKinney, Woodrow Wood-I .
,I of n. II. S. Monday morning. Some ard Mrs W. II. Hart, teacher Jessie Williams one of the teachers H. B. Wiggins of Starke, was Insurance as a personal and business economic -
In the public school at Starke, looking after the interest of his
f of the students were almost the world of
+7 eyes necessity enters com
spent the week-end with her
real estate here this
.: as large as the tire..- HOT-TIPS! Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Williams Rev. Montgomery will preach at JLORSHElMSHOE merce in all its branches and is welcomedinto

;{ "t The student body is deeply Mrs. Carpenter: "Scootle, can Chas. Heath of Savannah spent the Method: church next' Sunday every home for the protective security
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
grieved over the loss of one of Its you tell me why Thomas Jefferson morning and evening. it affords every family.As .

1 i members, Elton Cone, who met wrote the Declaration of Independence M. C. Sweeney. Miss Geraldine Johns of Starke,
Mrs. P. B. Hunt was a business visited her father, L. 0. Johns
h with a tragic death Saturday when '" representatives we 'stand
visitor to this week
t t a loaded gun he was carrying discharged Scootle: 'Cause he couldn't ar- Gainesville\ last Saturday and Sunday. ready to help with a broad liberal
+ Miss Clyde Mosley of Campvlllebut you ,
Uev. and Mrs. F. 1\[. Taylor and
killing him almost Instantly. ford to hire a stenographer, I
I formerly of our town was a daughters, Murrhee and Frances IROLIC necessary service.

guess visitor here this week. were visiting In Starke lust Sun
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Steele of day evening, Let us review all of your present insurance
s4 Edna S.. "What does 'ex' mean I
yxr AN ISTmm"'TI" LiTTlilt ?" New HampHhhlre, who spent the Mrs FlOBHle Vlbberts of Lake I, WITH holdings counsel you regarding your new
4 after a j Joke
------ winter months here three
Worth U. this week with
needs and aid
))1; Louise II.: "It means 'exchange'of you in bringing your protection
r This letter received a few days ago, arrived here last Saturday. frieuda and relatives here 3
ago should prove of Interest to course Mr. Steele was proprietor of the Marvin Greene of Miami but up to date.

4 'f students.of junior and senior high IJdna meant S.extinct"Mary : "Oh, does it? I thoughtIt Hampton Hotel while here. Both formerly of this city, was a vial- iy DANCE ORCHESTRACOASTTOCOAST

'>$ flchool; have many friends here, who are tor here this week.

,$.;.. Feb. 12,1930. glad to see them. David Moore of Theressa was a BROADCAST HAROLD C.
little WALLInsurance
had lamb
a .
To tho County Superintendents, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Forsyth business visitor hc're this week.
55, And High School Principals. She fed it gasoline; have a fine: new girl who arrived Mrs J, Pursley had as here .
j It, got too near the fire one day- M.Alvarez
Ladles and Gentlemen: Feb 15th. guest: this week Miss Waymer of J
Slnve then Its not benzine.-Ex. Mrs. J P. Sullivan
The United Spanish War veter-I returned to Palatka.

1 3i; ans of Florida are her home here last Sunday aftera .

k essay contest open to all pupils of Granny: "There's nothing" worse visit with her sons A. I. and, The melancholy days are here, THE STORE THAT SELLS Starke Florida'STANDARD"
than to be old and bent.
'+ grades to twelve, both Inclusive, Marlon Sullivan.Mr. the saddest 'of the year. When

,f' of Florida schools. Medals will be Flapper: "Yes there "Is. and Mrs. Wm. C. Kammererof license tags are bought and sold,
';' ': Granny: "What is It. Philadelphia Pa., arrived here ._---- --- -- --- - .-- -
awarded to the successful contestants on the old car they must appear
; 'z; and will be known each year Flapper" :' "To be young and last Saturday. Thev: come to Florida We howl and weep and lose our

AS) the United Spanish War Vet- broke. every February and spent two sleep while the Inspectors their

', : ''V.erans\ School Medal, for Historical or three months. In our little town. vigils keep But In the end" we

''t Knowledge and Emclency. Miriam: "No. I cannot marry They have a host of friends here pay the dough and put the crateIn
,.. you now, but I'll be a sister to who look forward to their
,3, ;"" Your co-operation and through low. Away we go to buy more
h' :to' you, that of local organizations of you. with great pleasure. gas, look around for likely lass.

r :.:f',' Spanish War Veterans in your Glenn: '"Good! How much" dIdwe !Mrs! p, J. Pearce and childrenof Take in a show and buy the

'1, community are respectful/- Inherit' from our father Starke spent last Sunday with drinks the current bills we

quested Mrs. Pearce's sister, Mrs. U, M. blithely pass. We must have cars,

f The following regulations governing Cornelius: "There's somethingIn Faver. wo must have speed( a Jazz time

,t the contest have been my soup!" Ralph Greene and sisters of goal is all we need.
Walter: "Impossible, sir! Hold .
j 'ow, by tho State Board of Education u."- 'T" H -
l r 1J It up! Why that's an oyster
", and are hereby promulgated
; Cornelius: ""Well,well! an oyster -

c d" ',,!, for 1.: your The governance.contest thlS year will be and I've always wanted to see Low 1930 Prices

i ,one. MOTOR OIL
++ "r.. held in each county on Saturday,

,: March 15, between the hours often
'' Estelle: "You know the old vase I On the lateat Lifetime Guaranteed
'It and twelve a. m. at such
yt, F- ]>tares as may be designated by the mum, you said had been handed e4ili jjt

"&.t >* :;i County Superintendent. down"from generation to' generation Aii" _

fa! ,*. /'"" ., 2. In The their essays entirety are to the be presence prepared - Mother? : "Yea." Goodyear builds more than 1.3 of all stays on the job and

i' :: \ of the County Supelntendent Estelle: "Well this generationhas tires sold in America. Enjoying lowest I ,

19 of Public Instruction or in that of dropped, it'FUNNY costs Goodyear gives greatest,values
''"" For example-these Pathfinders
some person designated by him. No -superior

'ijj... + contestant will be allowed to have The bacon song-Liver HONGS Come to many high-priced makes-yet lubricates the last

;t:r) access to any written or. printed Back to me. see how little YOU pay here.

matter while writing his or her essay The coat song-Button. up Your New Prlrm on Patttflmlw Tires' KnVc. i
live October IS, IJ>21llalloon

v' :; t b. The subject for the essay this : Overcoat.The Aviator's song-Love is In high Pre...,.

:,. ,year will be the Cause and Results 211..44' .__.. III 11.1141 3Chl: 1-:1.: ... 9 B.IMI mile well
'., the Air 1m.111 ___. as the.
CLI"" IteI,:. i-a .... 11.11' as
'K of the War With Spain, 1898-1902. The stockholders sons-When 110".110 ____ 11.1:1: alai .___._ 11.1111 1 29x11.40
A No. 4. No essay consisting of KOxi.TS ____ ....411 suet __.___ era { ._.
? : My Dreams Come True 31>tl. more than three thousand words The pedestrians song-Miss Me. HOlHIMt' '__ HT!> 111111. 1-:1 _. 13.811 $8.2J 'h
"t will be considered. :le,5.9a: __. 1.1'01 334: 1.:1: __. 11.111
The artist's song-I'm Painting IItII.l1I: ____ luau II" 1.:1: ___ 1671
5. The essay In each county will tho Cloud With Sunshine. 11:11111.: .NI ._ I-J71 :11I1IIII.n. H Bl 20.OS first. Ask: dealer'I
J be graded by committee appointed Jallhouse 11:1,11.1111. __ III.flll aa,,, ...... iuni.ati.ii.-t your '
D. H S. school song-
i ed by the County Doard of Public Blues. Tl'UKS:! _\ LOW I'ltlCKU; I

la Instruction and that essay receiving -t -

the highest grade; will be forwarded AVIIIItlAMMIH HIGH HIMU.MJS
''fS' ..
to the omce of the State font.STANDARD

Superintendent 'of Public Instruction 1: (Benjamin Sternberg.) .

not later than two weeks af The Whirlwinds of B. H. S. ,

i' ter the contest and the name of I fought to deadlock with the High

the writer of this winning essay In Springs sextet on Friday night ...
Y each county will be forwarded, to The Whirlwinds were very much

(t L Mr. Frank, Burch Richmond P. weakened through the loss of Andrews Horn too COMPANY

j ,,r Hobson Camp No. 20, United Span and Kendrick. These post More: P"0|>le Hide on

ish War Veterans, DeSoto City, were filled by Struth Jumping center Trade your unwro tiny for new All- INCORPOMATID IN KENTUCKY

6t= Florida, by the County Superintendent and Brinson. former running rather or Durable Kaglea J

1 at of Public Instruction, and will center shifted to forward. Weeks ,

t : i not be made public until the date replaced Brinson and aalney replaced - -

F 'q, oa which the medal are to be Struth at Guard. The r Extra liberal trade-In allowance-If you
awarded. game was featured by the sensational act nowt Months of slippery driving c r
k .. Tho essays will be graded of and of
', guarding Manning ahead-when you most kaafety grip
on. the following: Al- ,
Tompkins' goal shooting
: of the All-Weather Treads. Put new Good-
a-Literary 'Ialue.bUnderetandlnlr though as a whole the entire team Let r--------
' ', r of subject performed well. It seined although years on now and they will still be like new us route your S O.d Oil Tearing 9elTiee-6;.Bloom 3t.tLoub.Wp

c-Study indicated the Whirlwinds was inspired , for I I X1.1 I
would film
r your summer driving. for;you t 0 .end _d..fW .
i 1 Motor TO"" _
iV d--Originality. In the last minutes of play, Trip, and I
from I
; t Neatness. and Starke having no substitutesthe
7. The state board of education game was called, but'a future' IIATTKKY CHAKQINO RITCH'S send I to I II
'v + will appoint you maps,
a committee to evaluate game U expected.
:k essays given the highest rat- .. Announcing our new service I .Ialc' L 10". f.rraWted free of elia,.. I

4 Ing from the various counties and St. Lucle county expended for to motorists. Baservice free of charge I Name
,t forwarded to the State Superintendent road and bridge purposes during teries tested and d Service Stationi I

.i.S of Public Instruction past year the sum'of $101.653, according promptly. . I Add,' .. I II
i s -'---- -- ,
1k t 8, On Friday. April it, a bronze to County Anglneer E. H. I City .
medal will be awarded to the win- Collins, Jr. State I

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"-- --.-.- - -- -- -. I lex-convicts, Instead of .the sheriff Austrian peas or vetch, planted In I peanut, corn and velvet beans all of corn to one of tankage or fish- den treasures There Is plenty of it w

I In the shooting September, October or November I''In the same field. All ot these meal would furnish a balanced ration hidden gold Florida soil] but it a ) '
of Florida in Short '
News Paragraphs can be grazed during February and should be planted In March and UPS in the culture ot citrus fruits 4

: Grazing and Feed March and even the first part of I April. When one realizes that Seminole staple crops, live stock and vege- t ,
I f April. Other late crops wh'rh' can he county shipped last year 8,284 cars i I tables. A treasure company organized -
1 Crops Every Month Cai-tall m'llet! or sorghum, planted -I lined to advantage\ are sweet potatoes of vegetables It dawns on the I to cultivate the soil will j a,
[ LIVE STATE NEWS : In MWih\ should be right for and rliufun, planted In Junean Imagination that Florida la the go; fartlt thun the mere quest of
For Hogs OutlinedHog grazing from April through most 1 July. Those should furnish "Winter Garden" of the world. I>lr ua's treasure.: i
of July. Cow peas or squash grafting and feed from Novemberto This does' not mean that the growers - 4Umatllla
planted In April can be used to about mid-April. of Seminole county cleaned up -- S. and W. Grocery
farmers of Florida, particularly supply grazing! from about the It Is seen from this schedule fortune.. It does signify however ' store quarters being enlarged.
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES those of the northern and middle of lIIay'nt:; !! the middle of that except for September and October that the peoplWof the frozen
western part of the state, can produce Au gust. when runner peanuts and orth wore able to enjoy that many .
.-.-.-----.-.-.-..-.-, and of the main dependence, a
0----- good fat porkers at low cost March April plantings ,com are ears of fresh Florida vegetables COFFINS & CASKETS
There was no water incans Auburndale Apparently unsuccessful by using a succession of grazingand early corn, Spanish) peanuts, cow- variety" of teed'< and ginilng crops at a time when the thermometer' ?$
Miami feed This has been ob- should be for hogs be obtained each And i% Full. Un of
of milk left at the county In an attempt to bring crops. peas, or soybeans on can wan hovering around zero. And It
.'x about a reconciliation, M. C. Slls- served by district and county hand for July and August use. month. Permanent pastures can also\ means that this business ot Undertaker' Supplies
lull: here There was liquor. Jailer bee, manager of a Tampa chain agents of that area. But a little Watermelon and truck fields, from be used to furnish supplemental' growing winter vegetables U large
j U. White, who examined theC'lInB. grocery store, shot and killed his planning It is possible to have which no more crops are to be grazing throughout a large part of I enough to attract the attention of AlTOMOItll.K; 1IKAUHKAlnnr
said. They were said to have wfo! here early today and then from one to five or six grazing and marketed, can be grazed about the year. the government with the resultant on Ilanl.1ke. brut
feed crops available for hogs this time. The agents recommend that .rrtlr lit the 1onr..t prior*.
Intended for a federal prta ended his own life. The shooting every effect! of aid and cooperationof i, .
bean took place in the Paul Smith month In the year. For the later crops, furnishing growers feed their hogs balanced (he marketing bureaus and government Hprplnl Itmflon to trlrKrmik
| one _____ Hotel, which IWrs. Sllsbee had operated -, Rye or oats, sowed In October or feed and grazing from September rations containing some protein aid for the Florida farm- 4>nlraIIUIJI11'KIIKll l
-- Horace J. Williams, since leaving her husband. November, will provide grazing to March one may" take his choiceof feeds as well as carbohydratefeeds era, UMII VI.MKllDEWITT :
Tampa physician, Is going to leave Sheriff's deputies said SlUbeo had from December to March If grainIs some of the following: Runner iv ration oC corn should be C. JONES
Tampa to be harvested or from Decem- peanuts of corn planted separately supplemented with cow peas< peanuts The Treasure Mining Company
country forever, rather gone to the hotel with,a friend to S'ft II KM, FI.OIIIDl
tie native five years In a federal Induce her to return to his home. ber to about the middle of May If or runner pennuts and corn green grazing, or flshmtnil, 1 I ban been organized! in Florida to I
m-lson.Oia* servo lie was given two alterna- Guests ot the hotel said the couple no grain crop Is wanted. Rape planted together or even runner tankage. or sklmmllk. Nine pounds. search for pirate's .gold other hid i

by Federal Judge A, Aker- wero heard quarrelling about midnight ... --
,,1 I' es
following! his conviction here shortly before the shoot i
''J' issuing. a number of Illegal drug ing."" I

t", MTlptlons.' The physician said
,"i would go to South America: or Tarpon Springs The law
:South,, Africa. which exempts disabled war veterans .
from the payment of occupational -
Winter Haven Hurlb Daniels,, and other levies In Florida -
Lucerne Park, near this city, la was, meant for the benefit of THREE IMPORTANT FACTORS
dead as the result of a peculiar! ac- actual Floridians and not for
"drifting peddlers" said Slate
"..yes-, Commander II. L. Hagan of thoDIs8ble'd
,.itrus tree near his home. Mr. American Veterans of the
(Oan'ela!' fell from the tree, falling World War In a letter to Cora n.Lambertson .
,,n a pruning shears which piercedhis national commander
right arm near the shoulder, of the Woman's Auxiliary of the ENTER INTO COST
severing the auxiliary vein andcausing Disabled: American Veterans. This THE OFYoun
; him to bleed to death. law, placed on the statute booksat .
the behest of the ex-service ,
Tallahassee-The Seaboard AirLine organizations of the state Is meant !
railroad has petitioned the for bona Ode residents ot the state,
Interstate commerce commissionfor according to Commander Ragan.
authority to abandon 29.5 AUTOMOBILE
m'les! ot the Florida Central and Tampa-Sidney J. Calls: former
Gulf; railroad, a subsidiary, be- governor( of Florida will go into \.'
tween Ingllss and Hernando, on the courts here for a second timeon
the ground that the railroad's March. 3 to face trial on a
source of revenue had been di-' charge of aiding and abetting the r .
minished by abandonment of phos- counterfeiting operations of Ju- ,
phate mining along the route. lian Dlaz. Calls was originally ..
tried in October of last year, but 1. Mow much it costs to make the car '
Port Lauderdale Indictments/ the Jury was not able to agree. .
against four Hollywood city com- The date of March 3 was set yes- r..\' '
mlssloners. charging malfeasance terday by Dist. Attorney Hughes.

of office in connection with ,payment Catts Florida's war-time gover- 2. flow much extra the dealer
'. you pay
ot certain claims against the nor, was indicted by a federal .

city of Hollywood, were ordered I grand jury on April 9 last year. -- ,.
squashed this afternoon by County Two indictments, Including nine I

Judge Fred B. Shippey Judge counts charged that he financed 3. floiv much wt costs for eiutt "l-/
eep .
Shippey made his decision after a Diaz' operations In the counterfeiting -
hearIng when he held that the ring. The latter Is now ,
charges were Insufficient serving a five year term in the i
federal penitentiary at Atlanta. ',:

Tallahassee Jonas Britt, Tal- ,
lahassee cattleman, will have torlll'l Jacksonville-Florida produced
charges of setting forest fires croprf poultry, dairy and livestock
la )Wakulla county circuit court > products last year with an TIlE PURCHASE of an automobile involve fuller hc-nring and the extensive use. of The lower rout of selling! combined with

ometlm.e8 in May, it was announced estimated valuation of $142- a considerable! amount of money and it fine fled forging: instead of castings or the low charge for financing and ucces- ;
today. Britt was ordered held tOOO. the state marketing: bureau -
on bond of $500 at a preliminary announced. The bureau should be carefully considered from all stumping. arc additional feature that corks, mentis a direct saving of at least -

hearing before County Judge Uany i'based Its announcement upon the angles before a final decision is made. reflect the high: quality built into every $:>0 to $75: to every purchaser of a Ford; a aIn
Whaley In Wakulla county yes- estimate of the United States bureau i

terday. The state forestry depart of agricultural economicsthat The value of the car to you depends on part of the car. Throughout, it In a value addition lo the savings made possible!
ment Is pressing the charge, alleging the 67 leading crops of the t
that Britt set fire to woods in state last year had a total valueof the value built into it at the factory, how far above the price you pay. by rroiKimicn manufacturing.. The
AVakuIla county. 9109,808,000, the state bureau
-.- itself estimating that In additionto much extra you pay the dealer for distribution money you pay for a Ford goes Into valuein

Miami Joseph Amrbruster that were poultry products, val ,gelling,financing and accessoriesand JLfttt dealer !lulrf/ R the car It is riot wasted in high dealer ;' ,
40, met his death Sunday as the ued at $14,090,000; dairy products li
result of an automobile accident. at $12,960,000; livestock what it will cost to operate and maintain charges.

M'aml: officials have determined after sold alive and products at $8- the car after purchase. Each of these TilE SAME PRINCIPLE! of efficiency and
the discovery yesterday of his 882000. ;
automobile in the Miami canal in factors, as it relates to the Ford car, is economy that characterize the manufacture Low "'Pcost" r
canal bank Successful construction '
Hlaleah. Marks on the
below. of the Ford car are applied also to
frankly explained
Indicated the motor car struck a and manufacture of parlor
three foot embankment and top- car type motor coaches on a large distribution. Obviously it would do the IT IS IMPORTANT to remember that the ,
pled into the water, Investigating scale in Florida by the Florida
officers said. The top of the automobile Motor Lines will be featured In Economy in production public little good to save in production if cost of your automobile is not the first i

was ripped off and the machine an early issue of "Bus Transpor- these savings were sacrificed later in excessive cost only, but the total cost after months ; v q
was resting on its' side In tatlon," national trade magazineof
ahoat nine feet of water the bus industry, according to TilE FORD CAR is made econofnically be costs! of selling, financing and and years of service. Here again there I. ?
word received today by Mr. Oeo :
Miami "Doc" Beddell, 32 G. Morse, executive manager of cause of the efficiency of Ford production accessories.The a decided saving when you buy a Ford. a

Chicago gambler and gangster, the motor lines. Novel features The of and Is
methods.. The money saved through tin Ford dealer, therefore, operates on cost operation upkeep
died a gangster's death tonight as Incorporated in the constructionof
Joe Cook took pistol toll for the 18 large motor buses during efficiency is put back into the car I in Im- the same low-profit margin as the Ford lower) because of simplicity of design, the
of the lat- few months by this FlorIda -
alleged estrangement the past
ter's pretty young wife. Five bus company attracted the attention proved quality of material and in greatercare Motor Company, his discount or Commission high.quality of material, and the reduction

minutes later, Cook also of editors of this. national and accuracy in manufacturing 'The being the lowest of any automobile of friction and. wear through unusual accuracy -
walked Into
an alleged racketeer, trade monthly.
the county Jail and with a ner- constant effort is to eliminate waste, and dealer lie does a'good business because in manufacturing and assembling.
half smile told the deputy Tallahassee Gill\ Thomas Os-
find to make each better and he makes small profit on sales The reliability and longer life of the car:
in charge he had "Just shot a ceola county farmer, must go backto ways part many
man." Then he drew a 45 caliber the state penitentiary to serve better without Increasing cost frequently instead of a large* profit on fewer sales. contribute to Its low depreciation per year
pistol from his pocket, extractedthe out his twenty year sentence. His
remaining cartridges, and pardon was revoked by the pardon at lowered cost. of UBe
made a formal statement of his board and Oov. Doyle E. Carlton
Because of Ford economies In'large The intelligent, painstaking service rendered -
side of the case. Saturday because of the part he 3
took In the shooting of SheriffR. production and because the Ford organization NOTE THESE; i.ow PRICES by Ford.dealers Is under close factory
Fort Myers-Interest of Thos.A. . M. Farmer, of St. Cloud, several ..
Edison has been aroused recently days ago. The shooting occurred operates on a low-profit margin, the Roadster "1.35 supervision and Is a factor in the low ?

I In the possibility of paper and In the Thomas house, and for the is much less than up-keep cost of the Ford. All labor Is
inaulatlng materials through developments resulted In the serious wounding price you pay car Phaeton $140 Tudor Sedan. fSOO
of a species of wood of the sheriff and death of a ban it would be under any other conditions. .. billed at a flat rate and replacement parts
who Thomas Is alleged to hare $500 $530
near his south Florida win- dit Coupe Sport Coupe
Yet it brings unusual features, are always available at low prices through
ter home.The trees that drew been sheltering. Thomas was con- you many .. >
the attention of the aged inventor victed of second degree murder |In of construction and performance. Two-window Fordor Sedan $6)0) Ford dealers in every section of the .
sometime ago, and again recently 1927 In Osceola! county 'and sentenced l
are a species generally to twenty-five years In'statll At least 975 extra value l I. represented Three-vrlndow Fordor Sedan $625 United States.
known the as variety"punk"is trees.located A about groveof pardon prison.> in He,September received,a 1929.conditional. lone -by' the, Triplex. shatter-proof. ''Blauwindehiield Cabriolet $6-5 Town Sedan $670 In two, three or five years, depending ,

20 miles south of Fort Myers, the Rustless. Steel, the, 'four (All prtcti,. ., 6. Detroit) on how much you drive, the saving In '.
near Estero, where It bas thrivedand Tallahassee conditional par
grown wild for several "years don granted Gil Thomas, at whose Iloudaille double-acting. hydraulic shock Low charge for time payments through tho operating and maintaining a new Ford will _
on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico home l in Oscelo county. Sheriff Universal Credb Company
) Farmer, of Kisslramee was seri absorbers, and the five "'te ""poke wheels. amount to even more than the saving on f

ously wounded recently and oneexconvict The unusually large o1lD .ber'01 ball and the first cost of the car. .
Miami Jailor J. R. White was killed and anotherwas , "'" rt
shook several of six condensedmilk wounded, has been revokedby .
cans sent to a prisoner in the state board of pardons It
The contents ,was announced today. Thomas ,
county Jail last night. '
didn't shake like White ,was conditionally pardoned on '. Ii FOUR: MOTOR COMPANY
thought condensed milk should October :27. laZe while serving a15year '. '1, ( I ,' ,\ :
from Osceola '
hake. He opened the six cans sentence
and found liquor In them. Not naturally county for second degree murder. /
The shooting of Farmer occurredIn
a suspicious man Jailor became
aroused at the deception. He the yard of Thomas' home. Harry .
lifted each of several packages Barnes, paroled by the board,
sent to the prisoner A box of salt 'was killed, and Henry Terwllli-
didn't heft Just right. He investigated -'ger, whose sentence in prison was
and found sufficient cord to commuted, was seriously wounded. -
reach to the ground from the Jail : Revocation of Thomas pardon -
on the 22nd story! of the' Dade was on the ground that he
county courthouse.foiiod apparently took the part of the

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- -- -- W. These women portrayed the "Sun; RKOt1AR MEETING
day ailments," that come to people I'. T. A.
.. '
and the Doctor had a lultableprescription. :
The W. O. W. Camp ot Stork a versa, of scripture,, The Parent Teachers,
r 1 c was treated to quite a surprlH held its regular monthly :
1c.c.. l/ social committee for each ailment. :
night by Us
Friday :
f were: Mrs !
taking part
1 business sessio! Those on Wednesday, February
after the
{ who
9 hour's re- W. J. Epperson Mrs. J. II. Hund minutes of the last meeting
asked for an
wan over to serve camp : ley, Mrs. R A. Newsom, Mrs. J. II. an attendance of I !

JlAPTIHT W. M. U.. cess and proceeded sandwiches and col I Pitts Mrs N. Baumbarner, Mrs I thin meeting was !

IF l.tTNCHKON.: with delicious enjoyed by all who Q W. Alderman, Mrs. J. H. Lord,, Treasurer's report elated I
fee, which was Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. Q. P. balance-ot, 137 ;
and the commute there was a
r } were! present, ,
course on W. M U. Raymond hand. Mrs. Oeo. White
A study stated that there would be lot
was held at the Dl1pllat! the Founding of
; methods occasion on
!' ? paper
i' About thlty more of these JfNOIt UOOIMIiV: : CIRCLK: 83: :
last Thursday. A. This splendid
church during the year, but no one will T.
-0 women from the various If want to bIn Lion was formed on'' I
when: HO you
know Circle will
'M 1 churches of the association/ were on it get the habit of coming Junior Woodmen meetingat 1897, and Is called the : I i
hold its regular monthly of Parents and \
present.At proud of Congress
We are very
regularly. at
C the noon hour a bounty, the work that our new officer seven o'clock In the evening era. The names of the

lunch was spread and enjoyed I by doing who have taken clarE\) the Woodmen hall March the 4th. men whose vision and

all. and are pushing things! with a vim Every Junior is requested' to be mlade the organization / ; : :

f t Tho following/ women from t the that denotes one of the most sue pronent, for there will be work to I are Alice, McLellon :

Riverside Baptist Church In JaclBonvlllo -, cesiiful that our camp ha put on. Phoebe Apperson Hearst. I- : : 1 ,
p' teach the Captain, Mr. Stanley Bennett -
to -
came everyone the million and --tialt
2 ever known, and we urge
book, each woman teaching ooe of our members to be preset will kindly get: his team up throughout the U. S. A. 1

; chapter: Mrs. N. II. O'I<:el1ey, diislonal - at every meeting that they pose I- so as to demonstrate requeated'to the work. ing homage to these
a' president; Mrs Ingll attend. Each officer Is having various. programs
bly can
e Ii W. M. SMrs. .,
ot Riverside present
president I brate the thirty-third :
DrlHtol and Mrs. Bingham c'0- Tho Juniors will be under the and
CIIAl'TAfQCA riMMJHAMH" sary. In the child
'' of Amy Moore,
workers. able leadersh'p treatment of him rests

--. Feb. 28-Magician and and a jolly good time is expteced. tlon of the problems I
f MK. AM MHH. II. ('. \V.M.ljKNTKKTAIV I 1
Illusionist 8:00: Mario the Great front the nation and Pr'.p
and his company of wonder workers day.
in a spectacular exhibition ot Miss Grlflln's room won
A variety of lovely spring flowers Mr. and Mrs Ira E. Haddock of
t F I'F I oriental and occidental mysteries a book, by having the
In floor baskets and vases were the week-end with
throughoi Tuesday, March 4. 8:00, Ad Tampa, spent ents present The'quelilion ;
, effectively arranged Mrs. Haddock's parents, Mr. and graduating
,t dress: "What Can the Poets Do for the clans
''. t ,1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Me?" With selected brief reading Mrs. R. H. Greene of Brooker, and gown for the closing '
i Wall on Wednesday evening, Ooorge Whitefleld Mead, Ph.D, leaving 1 Tuesday for a visit with exercises Is to be i I
they entertained members of their Mr and Mrs. J. R.
s D.D., President Florida Clmutuu his parents majority vote of the
;i Y bridge( club with a bullet sup qua, Haddock of Edinburg, Texas. Mr. Is now becoming a

t. followed with several progressionof ) and Mrs. Haddock are sightseeing the graduates oftate!' 1

auction bridge. i HKGULAIt: MEKTING: planning to visit Houston after Schools to appear In

') j. At the close of an enjoyable I leaving Edinburg, thence to points gown at public 1 ,

t k, evening scores were compared an of interest In Colorado. cipal Dowling stressed
; The Starke Grove No. 278 me !
u R. F. Demo i :
tI prizes awarded to Mr. that such an apparel was
evening at 7:30: o'clocl '
Tuesday I>.\VM DK.NMARIC:
b I rest and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns for at the Woodmen hall. The meetIng bol ot education and I
d holding top scores. of our school graduates
was called to order by the Jacksonville, Feb. 25 Dave
Enjoying Mr: and Mrs. Wall all 'not have the privilege of
Guardian Mrs. Von do. Inman, Denmark, 61, of 2838 Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. I It C. In th's'! symbolic
hospitality were: ing
officers In their a
u c were street, died yesterday after a long
t A. Knight,. Mr, and Mrs. E. M'I large attendance enjoyed the meet illness Mr. Denmark was a native gain. :

Johns, Mr. and Mrs. J, C. : of Georgia but came to Jacksonville Mrs Darby read a :

t1 ''i V on, Judge'and Mrs. A. Z. AdklncMrs. Intf.A large number of application from Fort Pierce, Fla., from the State or''President, ; :
Wainwright and Mt and the secretan: F. Fanger : p
r L W. M. were presented eleven years ago He was a mem- M.
: Davis
Mrs. E
R. V Demorest. was Instructed to advise the apple ber of the Missionary Baptist which was ''
}, 9 cants to be present at our next church. Besides his widow, Mrs. piano solo . .

IURTIIDAY PARTY itated meeting March 11th, al Susan Denmark, he is survived by preciated.'' ; Hill'of'
which time they will be Initiated Sand 'Mrs., Louts
two daughters, Mrs. Agnes '
T.: A.
of the P
rte ;g Mrs. O, C. Kruno entertained at Into the different degrees ot Wood arson of Fort Pierce, and Mrs. and
I IJ In town, was present
; y her home Monday afternoon craft. W. C. Rivers, of Jacksonville; '
t' honor of her little daughter, Doris, The degree team will have. a reiiearHal threo sons, L. R. Denmark of Law- spirited and enthusiastic

,)I who celebrated her sixth birthday: before the next meeting, tey, Fla, Odom Denmark of this calling for united effort
r Bradford
I, on that occasion Jar state! manager extended an In- city, and Obled Denmark of Fort cure our ,; ; \
l The guests were entertalnet fit at Ion to the Staik degree scat Pierce; two sisters, Rella Drown of the gas tax

:. a during the afternoon with a variety .o take part in the work at Tampa of thin city, Mrs. L. H. Waters, of schools. next year. '
; teaching
thanked the
of outdoor games and con- on March 12th.Refreshments. Savannah, Oa., three brothers, S.
rr; testa and attractive''' prizes wen and decorating L. and W. R. Denmark ot Jacksonville county high school for
it taking work with!! all .
i a given to the lucky winners.AsBlntlng ,ommittees were appointed who and J. A. Denmark of --- -
In entertaining and will help to make the meeting oi Fort Pierce. Funeral, services

,) serving the children were: Mrs( March tho llth one ot the best will be) held this afternoon at 1 , .Ng1WglJ Ill

O. C. Bryant, Mrs. Robert McWalr /inltors from other circles are cor- o'clock In Dyal cemetery with Rev- ,.- .imgll'l/tin.) !/ -'
,' ,and M'ss Lena Marcotte. llally invited. Meeting will be It. E. Blanchard, pastor of the it ( j'41AlllJ1Nl'' lll/l ol N r.1830 .-' " r. -.., =

yt ; 1 Invited to upend the afternoon called to order promptly at seven- Missionary Baptist church, ofllj, JJfll 111111

$ ( with little) Miss Knise were: Sara thirty( o'clock. elating The Seashole funeral I ?

i,4, and Juanlla Barefoot, :Mildred! 1_ parlors are in charge ot arrangements -

s Thigpen, Barbara Mead, Ruth Wy- BAPTIST W. M. 8. MREIH .

I f man. Geraldine Sllcox, Ada Gene ------V---- 1930A

K' Harrell, Lucy Ann Dew Betty Lee. The business and program Anti-Saloon League wants $50-

'y and Marjorie J<:ruse, W. L. Thlg- : meeting of the Baptist W 000,000 annually to educate people -

pen. Jr., O. L. Haynes, Jr., Jack M.! S., was held Monday afternoon to the fact that whiskey drink-

r? Halle, Leonard Smith, Jr., Hart- I at the church, with an attendance Ing Is dangerous know ot pub- -

land and Peck Dew, S. L. Alvarez, of twenty-three. licity men In Florida who will

4 Jr., and Albert Kruse. During the business hour many take the job for less than half ot

helpful and Interesting reports that sum and promise results. In

,j" 1 IIRIDGIK PAKTY were given by the three fact they will agree to test the ;

q circles.I Each circle has adopted Uquor first.
?, Membera ot the Afternoon one definite local need for theyear. .

7I1 bridge were entertained by :Mrs! In addition to their regular

n C. A, Knights-Thursday afternoon, tlsslonary activities. Circle No. 666 Tablets -

at her home on Call street 1 plans to look after the interior ,
Mfr'l' 1 :; Sweet peas Intermingled with of the pustorlum: Circle No. 2 the llrllrvm M llrnilnrhp or Itrumlwln InUO ** "*\'*" s / r iv-ii\V 'SjT.* *grr? Ii I IX

I tern and calendulas were prettily Interior of the church and Circle mlnutrK. rhrrk a fold the lint :
< null, chrrkii In threeday
ilar Wnlnrln
fi I1 A'' arranged in the living room where No.3 the grounds at the church. *. _

three tables were placed for play. The program was an Impressive Klfl also In JI'IUIcI
Prizes were awarded Mrs. D. A. luylet presented by Circle No. 3. -

and Mrs.,A. Z. Adklns for ,
': Monteith .- ----
i making high and second scores STEAM PRESSING COMPANY I :1 I II

/faring; the afternoon:
I .
c ; TllO hostess served the following Suits Cleaned, Pressed and ReshapedJ. .

Mrs.players R. V> Demorest with a sweet, Mrs.course E. M.: Frank' Thoman-P/ione 52 c One Hundred Years of Progress i

Johns, Mr ;: *>. Monteith, Mrs.

a O.ley,li.1''
r : Adklns MW.; .4. Wainwright, I T.the Petersburg Railroad 100 years ago. necessity of constantly rebuilding and enlarging t

't'' zk' MM. rl. C. WfcH.! M" -1- - Hob. w. A pretentious name for a fifty-nine mile rail- their facilities threatened their existence.

4c y 1 y, Inson and MlseMael, Weller toad! But one that future years were to 'justify. Today, because of fast, reliable railroad trans-

I A Reaching only from Petersburg,Virginia to a portation, the coastal lands, once used only for

JONIOU. C. K. PARTY ... "point one and one-half miles below the falls of staple crops,send unnumbered trainloads of fruits

the Roanoke River", near the North Carolina ana vegetables to the markets of less favored ,

43 +' Members of the Junior Christian I Line the Petersburg Railroad was the first of sections. Florida once considered more of"an

fi. Endeavor and M few guests enJoyed than 100 railroads, later to make up the obstacle in the coasting trade than as an economic

< a social recently at the home more Atlantic: Coast Line Railroad Company, that province",reaps a harvest of gold from its citrus

of Miss Margaret Wllliamd.j xvroucht'a transformation in every phase of the fruits and vegetables and is the Mecca of millionsof
j; 3 Red hearts were effectively used Feeling oiIndependence entire Southeast. vacation seekers.
of the
in decorating the rooms where the life undreamed
Industries of few
t't wero entertained with Here, along the coast,one hundred years ago a years ago now
guests f established, find in this section most favorable conditions for
old its cities long
games under the direction of \\Irs.n. was a land already ,
F. Clark and Miss Carrie Uslev but dependent upon trade and agriculture their plants. _'
L ; competition. The double track of the Atlantic Coast Line a;
faced by growing .
lack between Richmond and forms in
p 1' At the close ot a very pleasant I Everywhere progress was impeded by ,
truth, the "Great Highway of the Union", over
Ws'' evening the hostess assisted by P PNo I of transportation.Planters .
Mills Mary Pearce, nerved a sweet 1 along the coast and rivers could float which there moves a commerce vastly greater and
; more valuable than even the far-sighted founders ,;
and ,
slow risky
course to the following; Dorothy their crops to market; a process
of the interior of the Petersburg Railroad could have imagined.
Powell, Geraldine available. Those
,, Smith, Martha but the only one
al Johns Lydia Scott, Dorothy Sapp haul their produce to the nearest navigable A net-worltaof Tines throughout the Southeast

t A Yank harts> ; J. u. SIlcp, LesUg matter what their income,, very young couple must water, usually at a cost too high for any but the enables many an otherwise isolated section to
? Biggs, Jr.. Paul nn1m r.ct. William should have a bunk account.It I most valuable commodities. market its produce and gives encouragement to
Y Edwards and Marion Williams. I is more'han a reserve to meet unexpected ... Small wonder that the building of the Petersburg sound development.The .
d'' 1 Railroad, the, Richmond and Petersburg, South today is a land of unlimited oppor-

?YM1 t'r WIIAT rillCR YOUTH expenses. r the Wilmington& Raleigh and many others was tunity. It faces the future with confidence. The I.

...:....- It is more than a means of obtaining more com r welcomed by the farmers and merchants and Atlantic Coast Line whose constituent companies

The play "What Price Youth tOO :forts and conveniences. l' travelers of the time. have aided the growth and progress of this rich

will be presented by members of A bank account and a regular method of saving New towns sprang up along the rails. New section for the past century is continuing to make
i the Holy Trinity church of Gainesville ? into bearing. New impetus was given steady and far-reaching improvements in its facilities -
of self- lands
k Friday night, 8 o'clock. In create a feeling of independence a feeling and trade and traveL and service so as to contribute, in increasing .,
,nc the Woman's Club auditorium. The respect.!: i to But hard times lay ahead for the early rail measure, to the development the coming
6S, scene of this ,absorbing play Is but the lack of sufficient t when shall bring. .
Juvenile Money is not everything roads. There were. long, lean years crop years .
, ,' laid ID the chamber o: a .
i..v. court. "What Price Yuth tOO is be- :funds often brings unhappiness. Do not let

ing given throughout the Florida your married life be threatened by financial wor-

diocese as part of the educational ries. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
program of the Episcopal church \
,R' 1' and la brought here under the auspice I tr..

s I of the St. Mark's Auxiliary OPEN.TIIAT. SAVINGS, ACCOUNT TODAY Railroad of
The Standard the South
a' through the courtesy of Rev. \Vm.S.

'' '' Storey of Gainesville.\

I No admission will\ be charged .. rw w _-- "'. .1--nn"'gw' _\.. ) *x
Bradford County Bank / <; rR4!-:. y.- --- A- _,r.---;:- .rqVLV
and the public -
; tar the entertainment "
43+ Is cordially Invited. I (This is Jhd third af" ***** -f adtvrtremrnstr bJ tb Atlatxic Coast J&it Railroad commemorating tb, \

p Bradford County* Financial Stronghold ctntennial of its tarlien conSlitutnt company-tbt Petersburg Railroad Company J

!fr ./ Penuarola Bids being asked STARKE, FLA. 11 i ", .. ..
for paving) several streets here, to

) cost about $1(0,000.


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- .. nun u .--- .... -_ ,-.--.-.- _-_._._.. __. ---- + ,
--- --r--- ( !;,d
6 .urned from Stuart where she visited Jordan, home demonstration I\I\TK.V HHOKT ROVTHMAY p - -

e her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. agent ) UK V8KI) TO MISS t

,. B. Dowling -,- - HEAVY TRAVEL ON NO. :a
Bits OlE Mr.. and Mrs. J. M Brownlee ....-
a Mrs. Jack Murden will return Rev.'O. P. Raymond and Mr. J. F. Road 28, the Palatka-Lake City

Sunday from Tampa where she Klckllter were in Gainesville Wed Short route, which when completed "
Pants is
Pants and Vest is Vest
spent this week with Mr. and Mrs. nesday of last week where they will provide the most direct

Lcical i.jevs, W. P. Randall. heard Dr.George Truett of Dallas, route from the Gateway City to

Texas.! the East Coast, is open for travel
i iI
Long cloth, lOc per yard at from Lake Butler to Orandln. And Ever the Twain Shall Meet

Concerning Our People Business and Stump's. The regular meeting of the O. where connection Is made with a

of the County and Town. M. S. will be held. Monday night hard-surfaced lateral road concerting I 111
Progress Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Reynoldsand March. 3rd, at 7:30.. All membersand with highway No. 14 ut h

little daughter Edna, of Palatka visitors'' are cordially invitedto Interlachen about 18 miles from

1k I ---------- 8- spent Friday with Mr. and be present! and enjoy a social Palatka. I'm not so sure who penned the above (couplet: but Kipling/:

J. ,Allen Canova ofHa Palatka Mrs. M\ D. Bumgarner.Mr. halt-hour at the clone of the meeting By us'ng the lateral road at HlHrtvlllo must have pulled !It bark in the last century when he was going
t Mrs. were visiting Mr. and
and much of the traffic
here1,1 heavy on 1<:. I', duty with the queen's troops In IndiaIt i
spentlhe w11-6"11 Mrs. A. M. Darby here Wednesday. J. J. Truby and Miss Mabel on No. 2 can be avoided besides '

t Weller entertained the membersof The circles of the Woman'sMissionary I shortening the distance to Palatka la a well known fact that buck privates In any any man's !
I II J and Mrs D. E. Knight spent There are seven new shades the Twentieth Century Club last Society-of the Melho- I about five miles. army are seldom mistaken for the Prince of Wales, It's hardto

1I 1I I rll'FdrlY in Jacksonville. among in our Individual color creations Friday night. dlnt church will meet Monday I The entire route Is in splendid tell whose fault It IK, but either the !st>ldl.>r or the uniform I e
. Humming Bird hose. Remember -
afternoon at three-thirty. Mrs. A.W iolullIon: ( except for a short detour just doesn't fit. t
B.iil and garden seed of all vaTOH they are guaranteed atStump's. Mr. John Powell Mr Wesley Anderson and Mrs Sam Ander for an unfinished bridge between Itetween KIplliiRs prints and ,
vent there was> probably a treat
at J, *". Kckllter's.ol ( . Stearns and Misses Alice Fernandez -I son will be joint hostesses( to the Starko. and Lake Butler-Lake dlv'de"'! "no-man's-land1 (
or that inspired him to pen Hume Irnmoitnl -
and LYdia Scott were in Jacksonville -
Mr.\ U. D. Johns Noble White Circle, nt Mrs. A. W. City Reporter
was a business lines.Kipling .
| D. E. Knight vls- Wednesday afternoon Anderson's home. The Harriet .
and Mrs. visitor here from Tampa Wednes ------S---
| Hawthorn Monday. day I I Peek Circle will be entertained' by had hard luck, but I'll give you u break. No matter
1t 111111111er1e NN1/111
Misses Mattie and Ellen Nor Mrs. J. W White, at her home. how much of a detour there in between your cheat and waist!

Andrew of Raitord, man Mrs W. 11 Mundy Jr.. and -.--- --,. line, I can fix with
t, A. D. You'll be surprised at what Is : BROOKKR you up pants and 1 vent that have been property -
In Starke Tuesday. said and done at the OLD MAIDS' Messrs. Frank and Ilunsel Norman The following party from here Miss Pearce Onlnojr + ) Introduced They will! not mind nclallng with unit as-

CLUB. Friday. night, March 7, at spent]Mi1 the week-end in Malone with attended the funeral of Mr, and C 111e ollicr You can't Imag'no! what real comfort la until you get In-
homespun yard wide 9s Clevy Norman. Mrs. Gordon Stewart In Luke But .e101111/11111111/11:
ellow 8 o'clock':
aids of it suit that has been measured uitii made\ to order for
i yard Stump's.lulphur ler last Thursday: :Mr and Mrs. Mr t*. R. Clatuey and daughter YOU And ono of tho mont Important Items I guarantee; lit that '

--- "The 'Oossard Line of Deauty," Auto tops, cushions and cushion Wade Kennedy, Dr. and Mrs. J. I Lois, and Mrs. It. M. Oalney were the pants and vest will 11I on speaking I terms make them\ loorder t +
mUlure for'' etrawber- see the new models at Stump's. covers. M. Leviton. 26tf 1'. Mark Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep visiting In Starko last Thursday
from ,50 ,
: $22 to price to Invest I
iy any you tine and the
'' '
at J.o'. Klckllter's. : -.- person Mrs G. '' Alderman. Mrs. Mr. Robert Leo Daniels of HlKh)
Spring Samples] are now on display. I I hunk '
Mrs. S. Church was a visitor Mrs Cl. K.: Lewis and children, Alien Langford and Mrs: G. C Springs was visiting here last Saturday 1- you '

It C H Coulter of Tallahassee here from Keystone: Heights Monday returned last Friday from Hay White. night. I forgot to mention: No charge for looking, tome on In. t

a visitor to the State Forestry Minette, Ala., where they spent Misses Lois. and Pearl Oalney, S
Le here this week.Mr several weeks with her parents, Mrs. Alice R. Thomas, who-IIUH Iris Brown and Mr. Resale Colson IJot to... Sea .asks to

Mrs. II. C. Ritch entertained the Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Hicks. spent the winter in Florida wentto attended the ball game in High ... .. Ih.... wrq '

( and Mrs\ J. C. Hoover were members of the Sew and. So Club Jacksonville Saturday and will Springs lust Friday night drr.nrn. RIMMSTERNBERG'S "zTHI .In.. .a.".. I

1,nt guests of Dr. and, Mrs., Jot Tuesday evening. Mr. M. S. Hayes returned to leave shortly for her home in Wil- Mr. Lee Dyal and Ray Reynolds .ur* lo..k h.....
free In Arcadia. Moore Haven Tuesday after mington, Delaware. It!re. Thomaswas I of Urahum, were visiting here last
MEN will be allowed to attend spending several days in Starke on accompanied to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. : IIK.I.I: .\III.K HTOIU:
t -------------.-,- .... _._.
I Star Brand Shoes are better. the OLD MAIDS' CLUB. Friday bus'ness. While here he was the by her son-in-law and daughter, lllterV: M. Moody of Lacrosse 'II - Y

Imp's Store. night, March 8o.'clock. guest of Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hayes Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight with filled his regular appointment here I
whom she spent the past month. last Saturday and Sunday : Mine Louise Caraway of Hampton After the marriage was annulled d

I II lanes Mary and Louise Simpson' Get my price on Tennessee and Circle No. 2 of the Baptist MissIonary Mr. and Mrs. I,. R. Gainey and spent the week-end here with a New York couple continue to ,
I II JOainesvIlle, were visitors. here Ford Hook Beans. before buying. Society will give a sliver OM. > M.\11>S ('),\n: daughter, Lois, and Mr and Mrs. !Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Colson.Mr. live In the same house and the
I is week. J. F'. Klckllter.: 221tt. tea Friday afternoon at the homeof It. M Galney and Miss Josephine and Mrs. Lonnle Futi-h 111141his former wife keep house for She jti ,

I -- Mrs. W. 3. Epperson. A very The hilarious farce. "Old Maids ClieHHer wore visiting In Jacksonville mother were visiting here Sunday former husband. Well BO many ,'

Mlns Hazel Klckllter was 'hosto Mrs. T. S. Williams and daughter entertaining program has been ar- Club" will be presented Friday Sunday, where Miss, Cliesuer afternoon wives I these days lire J Just housekeepers .i

< the Tuesday Afternoon Margaret, spent Monday in ranged night. March 7, at the Woman's will spend some time. Mi. FA. J, Orlffll of Starke, and this couple will probably'get ;,

dlCS dub this ,week. Jacksonville.Mr. Club Much effort by members Mr. and 1 Mrs. I. W. Plnholsttir. spent Sunday here visiting friends along all right and no '
'f Mrs. Newn Alvarez arrived here of the cast and directors has been and Mrs T. P. Ward and children And relatives. questions askew] about their whereabouts -

jet: the Inside dope on the OLD and Mrs. John Brantley this week from Gross City and, expended In th.e111ft\ few weeks spent Sunday In Jacksonville with I. Itev, and Mrs Ouy and daughter the night before. And Ins

IDS' CLUB Friday' night, Mar. have announced the birth' of a with Mr. Alvar zf)1s) the guest of and those "in the" iuiw" say that friends and relatives and 111111Horothy White of him bund ran now pay inn board

I at 8 o'clock, Clubhouse daughter on Sunday, Feb. 22. hIs parents, Mr'and Mrs. A. L. Starko Is In for a night! of rare MM| Ethel Andrews of Lake Starke were visiting here last, which no doubt I IK more than he
Alvarez.! *' ell tertain: metal. llullpr was visiting here Sunday. Sunday. was doing before

Mr and Mrs, John Williams of The regular business and social -- The vastLuella : Miss Melba Roe Hodges wan vl>>- Hev, Norris, of, Lacrosse Dated - ----.--. ------- _. -
Iirke have announced the birth meeting of the OLD MAIDS' CLUB Mrs. It. F. Detnorest left Tues- Primrose-Grace Wood. ItlnK Miss Ethel:: Andrews ot Lake through here last Sunday en r d

I1, boy on Tuesday, Feb., 25. will be held at the Woman's Club, day for Amerlcun, Ga., where she Susan llopewell-Rosalind Ja- Butler Sunday. route to Hampton where he filled

Friday night, March 7, at 8 will visit her parents, Mr. and cobs. MHH| Zclma Thomas and Messrs his regular' appointment.Mr. Kent Cheap I

I Mr and Mrs. II. C. Richard of o'clock. Visitors welcome. 1\11'11. O. C. Johnson She was ac- Maria llopewell- Mrs. Pearl Clydu Simmons, Walter Duvls and I). L. Polk and children and Keep the land improved '
compan'ed as far as Jacksonvilleby Snyder Norman Thomas of Caln! svlle! 1
--- !Rosa Leo and T. 1'. Ward were
I Miss Lillian,Barefoot of Sanderson Mr. Demorest. Salllo Drown-Mrs. Edna Hart I were vlulllng herr Sunday after vlxlllng In Atachua taut I Friday
was the guest of Miss Inez Dora Dollttle-Dora Manning noon. {When{ demand comes,
Mr. and !Mrs Luther Bow til of
ENT A FORCOLUMN Abernathy, over the week-end. Mrs Alice Lehnkertng, who Faith Snow more Mrs. Frank Mrn Hogan Smith and little High Springs spent Sunday here the price is too high,
several here with Mr. Hoover. !
spent days daughters; were visiting here Sunday -
her mother Mrs. Mutt then "
guest of > all
as we move to
New spring dresses at Stump's. and Mrs. H. II. Young, left Wednesday Julia Jones--Mrs. .1. E. Corpen- .
Mr. and Mrs. Halp! IIuzou and
morning for Atlanta, where Inl('. I Judge Adklns of Starke passed' less desirable prop- y
baby, were visiting her parents,
she will visit before returning to Maud Hopoworth- Miss Estcllo 'through here lint Saturday, I
Mr. W. C. Small of New York ; Mr. and Mrs Ihomus of Liuiossen.Mr erty, so on until uou
City is visiting Mr. F. F. Stump her home In Menominee, Mich. Kendrick Mrs. Crawford and son Ralford
JiR SALE! Simpson sugar caneor \ HerBchell llranuen wash visiting are out of the neighborhood.
seed genuine Porto Rico for several days. Mary Smith-Mr Allen Dew. and daughter Donnle Mae, Avoy In Lake Duller last Sun .
tweet potato Seed J. M. Truby, Dressmaking alterations and Viola, Longfellow Fredrlka and Louise, vpent Sunday herewith lay ,
Fla. l-17tf Mi. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and plain sewing. Mrs P. S. Dew, cor- Struth.Lupretla. Mr and Mrs Livingston
JStarke ner Cherry and Jackson 2-14-tf. DoWHt-Anna Mae Mrs this, PlnholHtcr and son of
McKay Johnson spent Sunday in ,
M. Inman
JIR.) SALE Strong shooting Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. I Pearce, Mr. Fl. Parrlsh of Dukes was Jacksonville spent Tuesday r
of her relatives
(single-barrel shotgun nearly I __ The Weeks ChapterJtTA ._,lllrtJla q Welnbauber Mrs visiting here Sunday afternoon. hero as guest
I new, $5.00 cash. F. J. Pattee. I and Mrs. W. M. Ykum of p t C., will meet*'next Wednesday, Thelnrn LaFlle. M.- Mnurke Brown of Miller, Mis Lubedlil I'lnholHler spent Starke, :Fla. ,
March 5th 3:30 at the Mrs. C. A. here Sunday after the week-end In l.acrouwa with, :t I
U- I Jacksonville spent Sunday with at : p. m, Lucy Rosebud( wan visiting :i
o Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. home of Mrs. L. A. Duvls. Hos- Futch. noon. friend and relatives..
tesses Mrs. Davis and Mrs. J. K. Ethel Grlfflu.Mr. .
11ST) Ladles pocketbook near ._ : Betsy Boblnet -- ---- --- -
{ printing office, Feb. 24th, con- Mr. and Mrs: M. D. Bumgarner Wilson. Tommy Dollttle Owen I

Finder return the week-end In Palatka' Griffin. .
taining $15 cash spent ' --
to this office for reward. ., It* with relatives. '_.. "'Tho_ IntermedIate -0. Ar' will '""'Mr": Phillip Jones WcnleyStearnrt. *
.. meet with Mrs. W. J./ ,.Epperson! .
_. Monday afternoon at.'S:.! orTntT: "'-. I. Ml, I '
JO)It SALE Beautiful sweet Mr. Lynn Mitchell of Lake City
] Jun'or O. A will meet on the same "Parrot Importation Banned by '
peas one cent each. Special was visiting friends here Tuesday Long on Quality
price on quantities. Mrs. F. A. afternoon. atternoon with Mrs G. P. Ray Hoover" says headlines. Of course
bearing on any members -
I Scott. It* mond. this has no !
of Congress, lobbyists or oth !
High Top Shoes for strawberry
Mr. and Mrs. I). P. Carpenterand connected with official life of
ion SALEGood steel bedstead, pickers, 98c at Stump's.Mrs. ers Price".1
mattress, all steel wishbone fab- i Mr and Mrs. T T. Long mo- Washington. And anyone who Short on

rio springs, 12.00 bow back A. Z. Adkfna and Mrs. C. tored to Madison Sunday where would kiss a parrot In Washington
dining chairs $1.00 fruit jars A. Knight were in Gainesville last they were met by Mrs W. P, Jackson should be banned!. for all time.
Miss Flora Bolle Jackson and -
5c each. Sterl Courtney 2-28-tf. Friday. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Forehand of I Not knowing jW exactly what .. Of two things you may be mire; that your '

|OSTBetween post office and Mr. J. L. Chamberlln of Bethel dconton.; Ga. the so-called gas Tax was or what. .* dully order will be filled with the tastiest
decision meanswe
court house, olive drab cloth Vt., was In Starke Saturday dnd the Supreme Court freshest rood and that monthly bill will
I paying all ; your
shall right on .
brief containing while here paid the Telegraph a C. Wall landscape gardener, go
case papers. visit. representing the Glen St. Mary taxes cheerfully until we are last be the size you like-if you are a ]M-C patron.
Kinder return to C. II. Coulter,
vice and take orders. If Interest- carted away to the county home .
State Office Tallahassee. "
Forestry -- *
vice and take orders. It Interested where prohibition doth not cor- f
Dr. and Mrs. J, B. Curtis of Or
ange Heights were guests of Mr. get In touch with Miss\ Pearl rupt or thieves break In to steal. t I. ; Sugar, 10 PoundsS6c .,,

|'OR SALE-Just received large and Mrs. F. A. Scott last Thurs- ", .'I.I<:.\lUIIU)4I1' d
shipment of bean seed, all va '
day. .
rieties. Squash, tomatoes, pep- dl : Butter, Per Pound - - - 42c er +

pers. Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray ot Red- r> .r.'

10-lf. dick were week-end guests of Mrs.J. QUALITY :. t Celery I Per Bunch - - lOc ,' '' .

W White and Mr. and Mrs. G. -" .
|'OR RENT-Northwest corner C.. White. .1RJ1OI'R't4:

Walnut and 10th sts.,2 desir- 1 THAT ENDURES i Compound Lard, 8-lb paill.0S- ': ::,
able front rooms for rent, par- 32-Inch dress gingham lOc per .. ..

ticularly comfortable during yard at Stump's. Palmolive Soap 3 Bars - 22c
i I; ,
spring and summer months, no ,l ,

objections to party with a baby. Mr and Mrs. H. H, Young. Mrs. THE extra value built into the new Ford car is reflected '5.'", :. Gibb's String Beans 2 cans 25c j;

Mrs. O. U'on Alice Lehnkerlng, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez in its alert, capable performanco.'reHability' '.,, .1'11; '
and Mr. Wesley Stearns 1 1" KIsIhUi(1'M; f' up

S A LK-Im proved Missionary I drove to White Springs Tuesday.Mrs. and long life. <''l;,,: CORNFLAKES, 3 for - 2Sc ; ; r

Strawberry plants. Northern Beneath ita flashing beauty of line and'color, f ?
Krown. Free from disease and W. It. Andrews, Jr., attended '
Nematode (or Insect pest.) price the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. there is a mechanical excellence unusual' in a low- \4/: Cooking Apples, 4 Pounds 25c I ,, ,

Express prepaid 2.75 per 1,000. Gordon Stewart In: Lake Butler priced car.: Many measurements are accurate to ; Yellow Onions 3 Pounds- ISc
Southern Ding- last Thursday.
Plant Specialist, Inch. has been ,
the thousandth of an Every part

__more Fla. 2-28-tt.: I Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas ot carefully designed and made to give you many ''j J Pillsbury Flour, 6 Pounds, 3Sc

'OR SALE Model T Ford Tu New Smyrna were here this week thousands of miles of faithful, uninterrupted ser TAMI'IIKM/M( ; !i'
dor sedan. Motor perfect. Five' for the funeral of their nephew, i
vice. .. Pork and Beans 3 for 2Sc
new tires bumpers front and Elton, Cone. - - .

rear, rucksteel axle seat covers, '. comfort speed economy-in
In safety power
speedometer. Can be seen at J, Col. Joe 11111 Williams and l\IaxvellIIouse Coffee - 38c '
W Andrews Jr., Ford Garage. Judge Hat Y. Malnes of Lake Butler all that goes to make a good automobile is a

,, were professional visitors here value far above the price. The quality of the new Reliable Matches 3 for - 18c
FOR SALE Seed beans.: Ford Tuesday ,
(Hook Lima Tennessee Green Ford is a quality that endures. . HNOIV ).":.\KScHrising
Pod, Bountiful, Giant, Stringier Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson are Flour 24 Ibs. $1:00': ;

and Valentine, Corn, Peas, spending some time In Gainesville . w

O.kes, SQuash, Peppers, Pea- on account of the illness- Mr. era.n. Good Grade Rice 5 Pounds 25c '

ants and Mellon Seeds at Sam Dell. ,

White's. 2t. Grits Meal 6 Pounds 23cSVIC
.- Misses Hazel Adklns and Annie ,'.ft or .

FOR SALE-Mrs. Chas. Swenson Mae Pearce spent the week-end In $,135 up-f. o. b. Detroit ". r:.rtt" :
will sell at her home la Beulah Gainesville with Mr, and Mrs. J.

Park Melrose Fla. a limited C. Adkln Call or 'Phone for' demonstraliotl'J. STORE
number of about every accessory .
used in housekeeping or Mr. and Mrs.\ A. H. Hall and _

Connected with it, on any day baby of Jacksonville, were week- ANDREWS Jr. {WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY'I ,,
of her parents Mr. and W. \
from end guests
2 to 10 p. m. excepting .
Sunday to. those who are kind Mrs. L. S. Hutto.Mrs. 1.s.hb

nongh''to call. Some antiques. _-. ? I.h .
It. W. E.: Mlddleton has re-



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i r)' pot Ily( Agricultural Editor) Make Money In 1930 !

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Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- I (By Spuds Johnson)
:: A well known humorous author
ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods Found -4 How has made famous the expression, Voi. IV. No. 4 irginia-Carolina/ Chemical Corporation Copyright 193Q

To Ke Best Suited to Our Country "Pigs Is pigs." The expression, I -
f "THE T'ME will come when to any Market\ for Licorice
r' r .. ... RaisePoultry "Pigs mean money," should be-' Particularly If It's V-C Root
---------------- ----- the soil elements will be
'------- .. given plant
I. --- ---- - -- -- -- farmers
- come famous to Florida Fertilizer for potatoes should supplied that meet the requirements Licorice root makes a flne-quallti

To Corn Tests Show this year. The United States Department contain 4 to 8 per cent ammonia 8 of that plant.Vegetables and Insulation board that neither lieu
r' Federation of Agriculture has Issueda to 10 per cent phosphoric acid and fruits will be standardized as to nor cold can get through No other
By Dr. L. D. LeOear, V. 5. report on the agricultural out- 4 to 8 per cent potash depending on food value and mineral content"- vegetable material seems to bag
Varieties SuitedTo St. Lou, the quality of the soil. Apply not
Handle Large look for the year 1930. and the Florida Industrial Survey. been so highly endowed by nature
I less than COO J ( pounds per acre. Suc- with just the qualities science
a Vaurlnary CoIaia( 1892. Thlnr.lsyr. : :l prospects for most are not sun
{ crops 'use V-O- --
cessful from to
growers are needed for this purpose.
,i' iJML Output of Eggs Florida FarmsCorn II...vatarinary. .Mck.. .nd p.d_lory.__En dlMaawof Jnaol any too bright. However, the out- 2ooo pounds, and in some cases as

N.tlon.I&v: 1 'l poultry and cock raUlng.l look Indicates that prices for hogs much as 3,000 pounds per acre, Florida' greatest tingle( agricultural V-O-_
-- known poultry brad.r. with activity. in more than 2SOJDOO acre of ,
conducted by and 1 laclurar.Altlfle should hold up well during the profit.V.Cpamphlef.vo
Contracts ,Klttm! for r b-oIs'raltvrinrkcting variety lest citrus planting I "As superintendent of tho Not
4 ) of Million llaiH the Agronomy Department of the year. v-a Orchard I use V-O and am mnn
e 11'ortb.t Florida Experiment Station, In -- w - Just now Florida farmers are than pleased. This year we will shin
Good commercial (
vinegar be
t which 60 varieties of corn have Mil casting around for something to made from watermelons that can are Job for Trained Faculties"There 5O cars of very tine satsumus .
E.O. Mobile
Florida egg-producers/ came Into been 'tested during the past six Tl'HKKV AVIM" do-some crop on which they can allowed to mature for seed says one will be a revolutionIn

,ii the big business class Monday years, seem to Indicate\ that for A LOSING G.IMK: make spine money this year. Considering authority agriculture, leading the V-p---

J with 'announcement by Julian train production In Florida Tls- the 'outlook report and V-O youth of even the present

n 1 tanglier, that contracts for federa- lale'a, Whatley's Kllgore's Red other factors It seems to me they generation to realize that Chemists Help Fruits
rin'y <(<'an lie Rained" "KucccHHfull "V-O Is the bent I have ever farming is not a doltish job
best might well raise Home hogs and
Smith's and Dubose
,' : Ion for marketing had been signedy Cob, are used."-Som Herrell Watauga Val- "Markets for particular varietiesof
tin but that exercise
<<<'oiillnciin>nt Kit : one can
y the North Florida Poultry AsKxlutlon suited to Florida, Fred H. Hull, Kxpertinentsf grow some corn and peanuts for ley, Tenn. every trained faculty In fruits and vegetables have !boon)

"' ix 1 l of Jacksonville\ and the associate agronom'st, recently lice l.nsl Fc'w111'1< limp hog feed. The hogs can harvest v-o- Hclance, In sound judgment widened by chemical analyses such

y ',ntral Florida Poultry Association 'afed.: Wilson's Yellow Dent' has 1..0\.1. their own feed at little cost in business- skill and in as those used in the breeding of new

A. of Orlando. I He dialed that yielded( nearly as high as the better Two liters of pigs a year cane Foresees Big IndustryWho social cooperation."-Florida, strains rich In sugars starches,,
IP 000 worth of annual whitevarieties.. Tho man who Invented the ) the best time to An Industrial Survey. acids, essential! oils. Chemical testi
000, eggs
Jl. would have believed few
phrase "wild( "goose chase" could have those litters farrowed Is In )a I ..
ly would be handled( ro-oporatlvo- Any of the above named vnrle- years ago that the transplanting in V-O- ((
y a ly by the federated( farmer-owned ties may be expected to yield from just an well have substituted a the spring and In the fall-April Florida soil of the ancient tuna tree .)..
r turkey for a goose so furjas the and September. These two monthsare Jefferson County, Fla. tjieciatize In ...w
oiKiinlzatloiis. I 16 to 2 .
{ e / I growing watermelon teed for the nation : ,
of the
pnpiilur Impression latter
he sold The also' good ones for selling six .
r tit' ? !It Is understood that Invitations Florida corn, \
7 l Ali also have been extended. '' by both I early yellow varieties, which are I bird Is concerned. Most farmers monthsold, shouts, as prices. are v-a .'j.'l
Btlll Relieve that the
4: If .' oH14odallolls to the Cult Coast planted to some! extent for early I turkey Is usually highest then. ---- ws
t> Poultry Co-operutlve Association feed have been giving yields of wild and Is never happy unions he Every pig farrowed this spring "For seven years I have used and

of Tampa to jon: the federation. about 25 to 60 percent less than can have the run of the pi are. should< be raised. Precautions II ::--- sold V-O. V-O quality meets every determine when fruits ere ready to
requirement of farmers and citrus
h There are a lot of superstitious beliefs should be taken them .. pick. The ripe orange with a green
: All three organizations were plan I t.le. recommended varieties. He also to prevent growers."-K. W.WIGGINS, Dealer
ned by Mr. Langner and were approved stated that they seemed to be about turkeys and thin one from getting mashed to death by Manatee Fla. slain can be colored without Injurrto
In partlcolar has a !good founda of China would result In the development Its food properties by exposing It
q, ; lJ k an to form and principles about 2 weeks earlier. tion. sow or, from perishing from other of a new industry that V0Powdered to ethylene gas. Scientific tests or
j ,I,1 o by L. M, Rhodes, chief of the For silage lIa tlllg'8 Prolifichas The wild turkey la nativeto causes.: Then the pigs should be may reach large proportions? The the maturity of fruits have saved

/ Florida Marketing Bureau proven good Hasting' seems North America. They were discovered well cared for and made to grow American Printer asks the Question Orange JuiceA millions to horticulturists by' en.

t Owners of nearly 250,000( hens to be a good producer, but l Is some- in New Knirlaiid by our fast. Most economical gains are adding that the first tuna seeds were method has been found for drying abling: them to pick their crops at
colonists and taken to I urope. In planted In Florida 83 years ago and the moat advantageous: time.".-
mado when the l Is
what to weevils pig
susceptible young
are now Included in the three co- more :the juices of oranges and lemonsby
the early dave> thov: were, fonMtLirds the first nuts were gathered re- W. M. Jardine, former Secretary of
,;, opera lIve he sa'd.' the shoat should be ready for market cently. mixing a little corn sugar In

11i: t + t' Mr. Rhodes said that federation For roasting ears Snowflake has and HvM upon nuts!!, berries at six months of age. VO- them. 4ha corn sugar helps the Agriculture. v-O-

fr t for marketing of the two large been giving the best yields. and other natural t.tlj of the Round worms are a trouble- crying, and the resulting products

poultry associations covering/ Corn planted between March 1' ,woods. In spite of this early history some peat of pigs.; The pigs should A CABBAGE PLANT was made to can be used to make good lemonade "V-O has proved Itself satisfac
of the turkey It Is ri"5w: known grow six heads, says an .exchange. andorangeade along time afterward. tory. I have obtained the beat of results
eighteen north and central Florida and 20 usually does best at the Experiment never be alowadto\ ,, become infested
that they are gentle nature and A Cornell scientist kept the plantat v-O and do not hesitate to recommend
by : -
i station with worms. To this .
I 1i counties was the preliminary step he stated but In prevent high temperature over a periodof V-O for growing citrus
towards complete organization: of extreme northern Florida the op- can be very domestic If trained, in give the sow a'good scrubbing allover months. IN FERTILIZING SWEET POTATOES fruits."-Gregg Maxcu,Sebrlng FI.....
w1 the Florida poultry industry In timum date for planting Is prob- the right way. The farmer who' with soap'and warm water a v-a- mark ;your rows and spread the
t' thinks he cannot raise turkeys. Tin- before Is fertilizer In strip about 18 Inches V-O--
the near future. ably about two weeks later. few days she to farrow a

sj "The purpose of this new federation As to fertilizers, nearly all tests cause he has no trees on his placeIs and juat before she Is put into a '-madeabout10tonaotcabba.e wide centered on the mark. Then "Have been handling V-O 10
still per acre. Started cutting June 7 and when the plant-setter the
: thinking of stories he has opens
," Mr. Rhodes said "Is to show that some form of quickly clean farrowing pen bedded with market'' years with never a dissatisfied customer. -
was on two or three furrow along the mark it will throw
JJ gradually establish a standard available' nitrogen as nitrate of read about the Pilgrim Fathers fresh straw. The pigs are farrowed weeks earlier than anyone else. that part of the fertilizer: to the ."-T. L. McDANiEL, Dealer

pack of fresh Florida eggs well soda sulphate of ammonia or calcium and their hunting 'parties. in this clean pen. and after they Used about 1200 pounds of 4-8-7 per side and mix It with the dirt. Ewing: Va.

'. graded and of uniform size and nitrate applied at the rate Experience has proven that the I are a few days old and strong acre and top-dressed with 7BO V-O-

,c quality which Is something the of 100 to 160 pounds per acre asa turkey ran be raised lu confinement enough to be moved, they and the pounds nitrate of soda."-W. L.ARNEY. v-0- "The Federal Trade Cdmmiislon has

Florida consumers have not. hitherto 8ldo-d/easing, has given best results with the same success as the sow should be hauled (not driven]) ,Duncannon,Fa. "Fertiliser should ba marketed in a given affirmative approval to three

had from poultrymen of the This is host' applied when chicken. Many breeders for Instance to a clean pasture, preferably a V-O- high state concentration..Higher concentration rules for the fertilizer Industry, resolving
have used artificial incubation it practicable Fertilizer mixtures that sales below cost, secret
rr'f 4 state the corn l Is about knee high or legume pasture' which has not
R "My customers and neighborssay containing a* high at 60 per cent rebates and defamatlpn of a com-
N1 brooding and confinement/
h "In addition this new federation about 40. ( days old he said. Often had hogs on it since it was culti- V-O is hard to beat."-W.. E. plant
food art now being successfully petitor or disparagement of his
;VI which was planned and< per- phosphate and potash will Increase of turkeys for several years with vated. Keep the pgS! on this clean HATrt ELO,Dealer,Oumberland Pap marketed",- W. M. Jardme, former product are unfair practices.

L % :'ected by Mr. Langner" In consul-", the yield but tents do not show excellent results. The reason for pasture until they are at least four Tenn.N Secretary of Agriculture. United Slate Daily.

? .atIon with this ofllce, will elim- enough Increase to pay the extra this: !Is very clear when you con- months old. After they reach this

nate competition between groups cost. flood results have been got- sider! that the main drawback to age they are not so subject to be

t if our poultrymen for the same ten from the use of 400. pounds turkey raising l Is the disease called troubled by worm .

d markets at the same time which of ...8." fertllllzer at planting and Dlackhead. When the turkey It It is desired to move the pigsto I

r S often causes unnecessary gluts 1nti' the usual top-dressing on some /flock is allowed to run at will It a fresh pasture, they should 1 VIRGINIA.CAROLINA CHEMICAL CORPORATION
mixes with the chickens and it __ ___ _.u __ __ ____. _. _
tlatwoods soll be hauled. After tour --- -
the markets and some times! reduces There are poaal they are -
the profits of poultrymen to bly a few other exceptions. goes on to ground that is contaminated months old. however they may be Farmers' Radio will be held on the first and third Spencer M. Sterns, High Spring

r the vanishing point" with the blackhead germs. put on permanent pasture and with Mondays of each monlh. Any Thursday. Mar. S Early Fattening l

Florida l Is fostering cooperative The first and foremost warning Is other pigs. Club OrganizedTo Florida farmer l Is eligible to membership Feeds for Hogs-J. Let

marketing of farm products Will Not Call never let your turkeys and chickens and all special Smith district extension! agent.
'' ; r In line with federal government i mix. West Palm Beach Plans discussed I Use WRUFVaried of the club.Programs. Friday, Mar 7 Caring for CII.
to Special SessionOf The reason turkey. raising has I Beet Cattle at Calving Time-
'ti policies, he added "And I hope I
r Re the time when Florida. farmers held up at all Is the price the markets for establishment of radio --. will b., given by the Willoughby, professor of animal
see '
t *
,; "t r, will be as well organized fork Legislature! pay. Time and again breeders broadcasting station here. Futin I'rofframs Offered Agricultural Extension Division husbandry Florida College o:
have found that by losing 60 Winter Garden1 Ferris Print fron12: 16 to 12:45: eastern Agriculture.U. .
advertised :Earls
marketing and as well Day by Agricultural
$ per cent of the flock they Btlll ing Company of Orlando opened standard time, each day next weekas S: Farm Flashes and answers '
; the of the Pacific
ai products Kxtrnxlon: Division
T Program of School Relief Should' make money. When you consider branch office on Plant street. follows: to Florida farm questions
fft he believed llo Kortnulatetl .First. how easy It Is to reduce these Apalachicola Streets being Saturday, Mar. 1-Florida! Farm will be features on each program

With proper management Carlton Ba}' losses to from 10 to 20 per cent surfaced. I A farmers' radio club has just I News and the monthly Agricul- -

{, ;i the federation of poultry- 1Is not surprising that many farmers __ m.m__ ______ __ ____.m been organized by the Florida Agricultural tural Situation Review. In the presence of four tlioui-

4 men had every prospect for suc No extraordinary session of the are turning to turkeys whoa quently on to new ground. Once Extension' Division for Monday, Mar 3 Meeting of and "subscribers" seated and

j; 't )' cess.Sales will. be managed by C. RosY state legislature will be called anytime few years ago swore they would they are past the danger stage the purpose of uniting the forces Florida Farmers' Radio Club- standing ou' the law of the can

Y 4 I In the near' future If at all never get Into the business again. they may be rat into fenced that use the state radio station main speaker ,J. Francis Cooper pus "horse-shoe" at Winter Park
Ryan who arrived In Jacksonville
1' .4 i a 4; coe from Orlando and will make chief by Governor executive Doyle indicated E, Carlton the Under the confinement plan tur- yards the sam a* chicks. WRUF. for giving and receiving I editor Florida! Agricultural Extension Sunday afternoon the fourth annual
when advised
his headquarters at the packinghouse keys can be kept on fresh soil and Af one autnorlty has stated{ agricultural information. The Division subject. Timely Issue of the Rollins Collect
of the resolution adopted by the food regulated. Young tur- it, tho platform of successful meetings will be conducted about Hints for Florida Farmers. "animated magazine" was "pub-
where combined sales this
y :; the Gulf county board of public keys especially have big appetitesand turkey raising Is clean feed, the same as other clubs except that Tuesday, Mar. 4 Crotalarla as lished" as one of the major event
spring are expected to
/ range
Instruction asking that the legislature It allowed to run and eat with clean water and a clean range. they will be held over the radio. a Soil Builder-W. E. Stokes, ag In the celebration ot FounderiWeek

4 ,v,l li around $20,000 .a week. be called to pass laws pro out restriction will have. difficulty All three of these can be enforced Varied educational programs will ronomist Florida Experiment Station at the Institution

viding Immediate school relief. pulling through. when raising turkeys In confine be the main feature at each meet- I .
The citizens of Tarpon Springsare A concrete should be Ing. 'The Club constitution
program will be Wednesday Mar 6 !
Turkeys are creatures of habit ment. Succeeding State Highway No. 2 will be Improved
.1 very proud of their grapefruit worked out out for school relief and environment. It you use nat' There are so many examples of explained over the radio at 12:16, with Dahlias In Florida-J. and completed from Bar-

ft cannery, which is now running work, the governor Indicated before ural or artificial means of Incuba- farmers on adjoining land raising eastern standard time. March 3. V. Watkins, assistant in horticulture tow to Bowling Green this year.

',; full time and expanding weekly. machinery Is set Into action to Ion you have the poults under easy turkeys under the two plans thatI The next meeting will be held College of Agriculture Birds I Tallahassee Bennette College

i The Tarpon Springs Leader says pall a special 8esBIon'of. the legislature control from the very start. Your have no hesitation in recommending March 17. and thereafter meetings a Great :Asset to Florida-Mrs. 'Inn Pharmacy opened to public. I
our carloads one thousand cases .
41 brooding methods can be as elm confinement. It Is not
o the car of Try pon Springs canted "The more Important thing Is a
pie or as elaborate as you wapt. unusual to raise 90 per 'cent of
h grapefruit were sold the other .
first which ,
program on a majorityof
Use a brooder house so as. to keep the 'tiatch In confinement with
lay by C. II. Tugwell, part ownerof the
people can agree as the
the, poults away from the hens. neighbors next door losing from '
the plant for shipment to Eu wisest policy" the governor' Bald. This is the only safe plan as It 36 to 80 per cent under the old Read What Your Neighbor Says

t l, ,N rope. The shipment was taken by Although Gulf county Is appeal- guards against blackhead Infec- plan. Another advantage of

J. rail to Tampa transported; to Ing for help stating that the supreme tion. A portable brooder house yarding l la that the young tur-
coastwise steamers for New York court decision on distribution About J. A. Bauer's Blue
fd will allow you to move fre- keys are not run to death. Ribbon
and from there will be loaded onan of gasoline tax funds used for

.e ocean-going ship for England. school purposes decreases the Income

.'"-.-- received by that Brand Plants
county '
,\ynlt1 I M Construction of a lemon oil county school superintendents of ) ;-

':::! plant l Is soon to be undertaken at Leon, and Wakulla county have STRA WBERRX PLANTS OF QUALITYFor I

f f Sarasota It l Is anounced. Ray stated that the school finances In Starke Fla. Feb. 12th 1930.
Wood' an expert in this line of ,
f. these counties are in good shape. .
fifty years we have grown and cold the best straw Mr. J. A. Bauer Judsonia Ark.
manufacturing. Is In Sarasota -
going A special legislative session l is not
berry plants crown. See our agents and get your orderIn "
"!; over the ground and making i the Immediate remedy for relief Dear Sir:
; necessary arrangements for the establishment they believe.A with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop is

ti of the plant. He has large sum of school funds are short this season every place so w. advise you to get or- The plants shipped Brownlee Bros., in your last order were

,, ( been working out his plans for a now tied up awaiting completionof der In early and make. lure of your. wants. for me. I must write and tell you how fine they are; have just

i number of months and stales that gasoline tax litigation covering finished setting fifteen thousand of them. Have
he la prepared to Invest around the five cent tax. two-thirds of one My agents are ]jf. WiUawrlght, Jr., P. F. Flume ter never seen. bet-

t 'ti 100.000 In the undertaking. It cent of which goes to county Brownlee Br
{4.:, I* figured< ,that enough fruit is schools: and of the sixth cent tax and J. H. Moore'Lawtey, Fla. Price good Missionary, Yours truly
r\ grown In the!! Sarasota section to which Into '
way go court to test Its from beds 1OOO to Over BOOO f. J. M. RAW
keep the plant busy most of the validity. The six cent tax la distributed young ,,, -,. 5OOO. W. $2.73" JVNLEE.
b. h_
'ear. *
on the aggregate!!: attend-
dance basis which the supreme J. A.BAUER Mr'o5Snlte'8 letter speaks for itself. We sent Brownlee

Women Suffering court ruled to be unconstitutionalIn T 30,000 of our bred up Missionary Plants. -See"wh t he
the five cent Uw, although the
LOCK BOX. .SS JUDSONIA, ARK. thinks of our kind
Bladder Irritation court did not Include the sixth cent fPlantsWe can Please you as well as we

tax in its opinion. did Mr. Brownlee. See any of our agents and give them

If functional Bladder Irritation ,../'. . order or order direct from meat prices in this ad. This your
ryn1t disturbs your sleeps, or causes The Marianna Hot Market under 50 makes
1" Burning or Itching Sensation, the direction of the Jackson, ... ) years of fair dealings with the public for the Bauer firm/We

Backache Leg Pains or muscular county chamber of commerce In sell more plants than all other growers in the South combined

4 f, t aches making you feel tired depressed I co-operation with County Agent We 0 UDQ and we can fill your orders. We will have ,
can charge of
a' and discouraged why not Sam Rountre. conducted a very YES$ your sionary all plenty good MisJ. -
try the Cystex 48 Hour Test successful sale on Tuesday Feb. through March and into early early April. We hope

ty Don't give up. Get Cyst ex today 18th 1930. Three carloads of STORAGE BATTERY In 0 sSmith's to have the chance to serve you.

f, ,e ? Put It to the test. See for yourself hogs were shipped to Moullrle, Oa.

how quickly It works and as Robinson and Reynolds were
t A.
what it does. Money back It It the successful bidders offering BAUERJUpSONJA.ARKANSAS

I doesn't bring quick Improvement, 8.71 for tops. This was sixty- ke

;;J ytit and satisfy you completely Try five points higher than the previous Garage >

; Cystex today. Only 60c. Corponlux's Marianna sale and the farm-

Drug; Store. ers expressed: treat .atl tac lon. .
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........NN.Nm....+>.I Political Announcements accept Two Model T Ford Truck In Distrusts No*. *, 9, 10 and 16, to elect not Vanderbilt Sub-School District tf
exchange, and to Klve net price In I three trustees. and determine. the No. ID shall consolidate with this. +
t Keystone Heights : bid with allowance for the trade- amount of mlllaire to be Anenedafinliiot 1
ST4TKS ATTOIINKVTo In.I the ronnoltdateil' district trlct NOB. R, 0. 15 and 18, to elect f Nisi !!*!*. O...*., Car. the Voter of the Twntv- The board reserves the right to T. M. Norman three trustees and determine the
Sixth' Judicial Circuit. I hereby an- reject any or all bid. I I 10. I ..fNNffN.N.NN..NOn .m. .> nr. my candidacy for the oltk'Wof K. M. MATTHEWS. I 1<'. J. fatten against the consolidated district i '+
State Attorney of the Twenty- Chairman, Board of Bond \\'. T. Tllll 1 ,. I.. Conner
Tuesday evening.! Dr. pulley Hlxth Judlflal (flrcult i-nniprlntiiK, ATTKSTi: I10.! artenHiifuii It M. Alvarei

Weld ia i lamp unto my fed, and* light unto my path.-Ptalm 119105.: president of Stetson University linker subject, Union to the and Demoiiatlo rtraclford"' counties 1'rlmury, C.Secretary A. KUTC1C. 2.7.5t.3.7OTII'te I "t. BreenWillie (IreeitH. J.W.H.F.Sapp llttrnnve dr

gave' the second lecture en Election of June Srd, 1 11)30. If elected Oreen. - ilipf Jp13U13* All JUgious teaching, doctrine or the Chautauqua program. His subject t promise an a'Ht'r-.lve.' en..rKptlc 11. n I'armvnter \ K. Hupp ,
'38 P UI creed. if they are to have claim and economical IIdn.lnl.tration \ Of ELNa"1'to'We I M. llhoden Kllery: Mapp '
any was "Riley and the Home J, ('. Jones J. C. AI\Hlr '
of the affairs( of the t niltce And I
and devotion of the
- L the love, loyalty people, must be in harmony with Folks," and his of wish to aiit ure. you 1 will appreciate the unierliiieil, taxpayer of .1. ('. (demon W. Jt. Conner
ieachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice undertsandlng the support of all.KVUHETT. J. M. UrUII H. 1.1. AlvHie4Hen
tot and of whom it the Hoosier Poet's" humor and Mining Sub-School District No. 16 Faulkner
heart, was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MANLIKE M. JOHNS! l.Sl-tt-2-28
human THIS MAN." pathos was clearly shown in hit harps" t Florida.Mnlen of Bradford County will present our 1 1I J. If. Mannlnff.. I
III"at petition to the Hoard of Public In- T1'I'Il'l'1F! I'.l.r.l'TIONWe' : Mack AddlMouW.
reading of a number of Rlley's M llolllnir*>%orth
I -
the stars? senders Jesus performed miracles Htrtictlon' of Bradford County Florida
shine as
will H. J. Norman
Ir lo, familiar poems. I \ltiirneyTi at M regular, meptlntr/ Mnmlnv, I , the iinil lKned taxpayer ef
healed the H. Hf.
V blind the lame the WhlttheailIt.
revlEccl.. 8:12.: March .1: lllttc Kelly Hub-Hchnol Dlntrlct/ No. 9 of
) \ > the voter of tho only-Sixth. at 1 o'clock to axle ., hil\MXO"Il OF rilltlS.TSMIMSTKY lepers the deaf, brought the dead MiTlbbitts gave another of his .ludU-liil Ori-nlt. rml't.n-lnif, Slit ker. fur .n\i\ .11"'I".n to determine. whether :Itrudford: Cotintv: 1I0rl r..t.t. ourpetition C.: 1.V. Hoa-er Alvnre .
: to life and preached' the gospel to Interesting and instructive talks Union and llradford, e.unllos., t hereby or not UlxliiK Hiib-Mehool Dlmrlct to the Hoard In- o.1.. Alvai-e
III : announce No. 11\, utmlI oonllolhl..I". with dislrlrta Ntvuctlon of Hriidford. County Flor
my cnivlltlni-y the
4 17. From that timeb the poor. He then tol<'the mes- Thursday night In the auditorium ulli! ,..' otoIlntp" Attorney' of tho N..... 3. n, 10 and 15. to elect ida ul a regular mimtliiit. Monday \V.XV. i'It.. Croahy MalMlop VK .
dhow, of ,the Camp-of-the-Palms Hawaii TuMiilv-Slxfli .ImUtfVil. rirfiilr rif three trustees. anti detnrmtna She Starch 'I\, lltao. nt I o'clock to 1I.ak for
to John what Norman T
and tell
rail to preach, and to sengers go: ,Florida, mthjiTt to tinr i inooratIt- nunount of nillluire t" be ulHOHtdiMrnltiMt 'an vlci-tlon, to determine whether or Drew Iled.llHi
for the kingdom of they had seen and heard, thus giv- was subject of this travel !Primary Klvttlon of .limn/ 3rd 1S130. , I the rnimolidaltd dis vIet., not I K'lU-y\ niHtrlct No. I-at;
nt tot0 '"
IdNscteotwl -
f np ri,,. 1' (', ."I. ..
.1 ing John enough facts to drive: talk and was illustrated by one ; and Kollc-lt your Htiupoit( I. I have. hold >y n Hhull < \ IMntrUilH It
,.lei. ( at hand. this position before and nn familiar ( A. Crosby 10, lit and Ifl. to enact three
, [cn i afl-29. And he said away his doubts. But Jesus added hundred beautifully colored slides.! with the duties 1'1'1111111111& thereto IT. Thomas .ci.o': : and :determine (iii. amount :\ I'll" : OH* i-i.i: ;'TiosWo
IDsf I I irk Friday night Robert Brigs. and If nomlnntvd.l premise I nnlfl- V*. Thomas\ Mf III.IKO to be assessed ItKUlllHt'
"Anel' blessed is he whosoever is
ilii Kingdom of Cod as If aid baritone rlent.: energetic: I mid i t.:: nomlral, : I ad- N. K.;: 1ollyLeeler the i-MipnlNUted. district
cast seed into the not offended in me." and humorous intpiTHonator. mlnlHtriitlon. of the aft.iliM of the of- I'rnnhy 'i f. L l'inl..rhlU. tb. .nnilemlKned taxpayer" of :,
Jesus then rebuked the multitudes gave a splendid entertainment Hue and will ....pre<'lal.. the Mipport. r..hiti:1! : CroHby' W. M Oliver Wooilluwn. "ub-l'I' <'bt>ol |IIIIItrl9t| No. 8 n
nth,, "/7 And should sleep, t of all voters In sald.b'.1 i inn. Cranny p. C. CroMbv of Bradford. County, will present oupntltlon "
and Iuy., and the for criticising himand spoke at 'the Chuutauqua auditorium A. 8 ,I-KV3W8, ; IC. 1' Lewis V. A. Hiovvnl.iK" tn the Jlonrd of I'ublta In'truatloiv
iht: : Mr. HriSRs i 1M one of the most! Ktnrlic Fla.101'Il'el ,ir. ir. UPWIHU. ('. A. Join* of Bradford County, Flnr-
,Hid spring and grow up, ot tho fate of tho cities in whichhe -
how. 28. For had performed miracles lie delightful: entertainers ever heard 0" 1-31.U-I-U '\". IA ..lollllMOnllrltttn March X, in.lO, at 1 o'-lork to aU for,
.li not in Keystone Heights. ] 'ro IIIIHa111- AUurex. win election" tn ilcterittlne. whether or
forth fruit of then prayed and said, "I thank .
j , brinROth; The board <>f bond. trustees of 1-St-Kt-- Woodlawn Hnli-Hchool DUtrht.No. t
n drat the blade, then then thee, 0 Father, Lord of heaven Saturday evening a number!! of I Bradford county Fin. will receive :\OTUI: nv ".r.i.i-t-TH: '/ ..-.... --.. -- .-.-- --'" ---. .. 8 .Khali' "i-oiHi>lld.ile with 1 DlHtrlitxN'o '
h I n I 9, 10. .1" and' 16. lo alert. thlootru I'
that the full corn In the and earth because thou ]hast, hd: Keystone ite'ghts youngsters enjoyed sealed tild nt the oilire" of the Kucletury Wo, the uiiilemlvnoil taxpnyrrM of OTM-II oi- IMC'IIO\ "t"nand di l.-i ruine, thimlllaKu,
w these things from the wise and u picnic supper on the shoreof till\ 10-00: o'clock A, M on Ilclllironn Htili-Hthool' hid rirl 'Mo. 15 f to bo ...."H..I .
al"' the
when the fruit the ; 1930 its ) "t (MiltMolldatcd -
Dut Fourth d.'
i, J forth, immediately he prudent and toast revealed them Lake Geneva. After doing jus- and nt thnt t ptihlk-ly, opon-naine petition| to the liniiril of ublln instruction Vluld.Tl.llt.. Ruh-Nrhul. | Itlslid-t, "N.. .L N. NormanU 'I'
"nKhi': tice to the feast of for tho pllr'h...." of: of Jtrudfoid l County, Florida 10 uf Hiudford I' I 8
sickle becauso the unto babes. A writer defines\ the good things Two : 't : ''lInty will present It. Normnn
in the OIKand Oiie-rmlf Ton Truck at a regular, nuu-tlnir I to ba held our pctltlun to the llmird of I'ntilU. J. M Norman
"wise and prudent" as "men wise! provided l by the girls the crowd I'1l1m. to bo equll'p,111 1 h fabu, t Mm.i'li J. '
come.I isuo. at 'I k 'Injunction of Itrndfoid futility. Via J, M. Itonlur. ,
i t l1"I:: : I'h
I I" Neither shall in their own Conceit, like the returned to the homo of Miss: Gertrude tire viiid dump. Ladles and heavy duty for nil elri-lloii; to < ; at a ri-Ktilar" meotliiMT. Monday lilnrch 8. i r. Thompson
11,21 on reiir. er or not Ilellbronn Miih-Mchnol I INs- 3. 1H.10 at 1 o'clot'k, .
to auk fur an I !Jf 1'. tlninivtt.. .
Scribes and .rl8eea"and"babe8" Houuer where they were entertained to \lu un4.r"tr>nil Phut I hl.r"| ... .
sav' Lo here! or, lo there! I will 'lrl -t N IS Kbnll oonxolldnte with "l" -11.l n to ilt-ti',itnlneiht .h. fr l-St-dt-2-J*
behold; the! kingdom of Cod fad, "slmplehearted faithful, humble the remainder of the
seekers after truth." evening. Those Invited were Mrs.
Illhin you /
.. : Enable us, 0 Lord, to Our lesson clones ,with these Elwell Robinson Misses Eleanor .
rriijcr" sin to The with full comforting words "Come unto me, Bishop Helen Lawrence, Eliza- r
1a"1I Ipose I from of all and endeavor.after new all ye that labour and are heavy beth Caughey Gertrude Houspr, for Economical ?Trontportotio

lllence.SVX,\ laden and I will give you rest. Arneeta and Helen Ogden, Earnest SPA I N CCLEARANCE
tI 1f 1 Take my yoke upon you, and learnof Llpscomb Donald Pangborn Har- ,

t me: for I am meek and lowlyn old Lawrence and Jack Weber.Mr. ,

I AY SCHOOI I heart: and ye shall find rest and Mrs. F. M. Walrath ;

t LESSON I unto your souls. For my yoke Is drove to Jacksonville !Monday expecting I !

I easy, and my burden is light." to return Tuesday. fa !

C I1)It :MARCH 3, 10SO.fcl'BJECT W II Ogden and II. R. Lawrence
1I.1PT1HT ) were in Gainesville Monday.

\: : Jesus Teaching aIt Friends of "Skid" Babbitt

I Himself. lOa. m. Sunday School. V. B. former druggist of Keystone were

OLDEN TEXT: "Come unto Wheeler Supt. more than glad( to see him Sunday BIG; SALEsodsSATURDAY

, 1. all ye that labour and are 11 a. m. Worship, gubJectThe' : when he spent a few hours hereon
ivy laden and I will give you Sabboth Day. his way to Gainesville. Mr.

It.' Matt. 11:28.: 6:30 p,' m. B. Y. P. U. Service. Babbitt. is located at Coral Gables S4LE

.ESSON TEXT: Matthew 11 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship.The and Miami

I 1 12 Chapters. W, !?J. U. Week of Prayerfor C. C. Johnson of the Crawford

'IUNTJo D PART!: OF LESSON: (Home Missions will begin County Trus Co., MeadvUle Pa.,

Jit. 11:2-6: and gb30.INTRODUCTION Monday afternoon March 3rd at was in Keystone. Heights for a few ..-

(I : Practically 3:30: o'clock in the church. Mid- days.
I persons have a natural belief week service Wednesday at 7:30p. : The Woman's Club gave another 1i.\pL

I1 life beyond the death of the m. of their famous suppers Satur- ]
Llcal I body. *' day evening:, chicken choler this

'here Is no effort made In the I'RKSMVTKIUAX: : time, and seemed to be enjoyed i,

i ptnres to prove the exlstance. -- fully as much as last week's spaghetti i

Ifiod. That was assumed Services: Sunday March 2, as { supper. -., M .
Tina topic of the lesson is"Who follows: Mi'8.! Hay Lawrence who has rV

I is Was." We are vitally In- 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. !M. been quite ill Is steadily improve ,

J'stod In who and what he Is to Truby, supt. ing. e

kind today. How shall we deli' 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon .

Let ua see what he claimedbe I by the pastor, them; "Loy :.0............NN....
[ and said of himself: Jub.J alties. I

J 8"I am the way the truth I 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. : GRAIIAMMr.'R. : :

|I the life: no man cometh Into Topic! "Fatth and What it Does." .
'. 1, Father, but by me." In Jno ''lIeetlnpwill; be. led by the pastor ........................

., Die and 36, Jesus was speak- I Dr. Lowry. \ S. Wasdin and Mr. A.'or l of himself and said, "God soled 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, sermon O. Brownof; here were transacting

the world that he gave his and song. business In Hampton Friday af _
Jly begotten Son, that whosoever Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- ternoon.

C llleveth on him should not per- ning at 7:30.A : Mr. Leon Dryden was transacting c

II li I, but have Sverlastlng lIfeuhe cordial Invitation to all our business In Starke Friday. .
a: [,it belleveth on the Son hath eV services extended to all. Mi1, and Mrs. N. S. Crawfordwas j
1 lusting life." In those verses the The address given by Mr. R. F. visiting here Thursday.Mr. Here is a bargain event without parallel in :the history of

,'m.n..a'ii I clearly shows that Jesus re- Clark to the young people at their O. W. Dyal and Miss Fran- this community! This great spring clearance sale brings to
'iiv red to himself as the Son of meeting last Sunday evening on ces Murrhee were transacting business 1 1r1S
,d. the "American Indians", proved in Starke Friday ", C bargain seekers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure ;

When Jesus was being tried here most Interesting and gave evidence Miss Lillian fans and friendsof ly'- famous used cars "with an OK that counts" at savings that ,'i I ,
' the Sanhedrln (the Jewish of much reading and re- '
1d New Port Richey spent) this
1a.d nrt) Matt. 26:63: 64, "The high search. We are hoping to hear week with her parents, Mr. and will be long remcmb 'eda t terl

answered and said unto him Mi. Clark give his Address whenhe
m..k Mrs. C. Fogg. -
Due to the tremendous of the New ChevroletSix
.kn. -SUB). I adjure thee by the llv- can. hays a larger hearing. Miss Letha Crawford Bald

n.P Cod that thou tell us whether win, spent the past week-end with we have an unusually large stock of fine used cars. To ;

'III be the Christ the Son of ... ... .... Miss Thelma Brown here.
II(5 f NH TT. ........... clear our stock quickly we offer these splendid cars at low
! unto him; "Thou ,
salth Maud
'd. Jesus e 0 Mrs. Lossle Waxdln and r p
((5i I it t said," which meant "yes." ZIFF *. Surrency were dinner guests of sale prices that are nothing less than sensational.

nd In giving: an account of the 'MissOpa1 Lewis Cor Frances Murrhee Sunday
me trial. Mark 14:61: and 62 :SNNfNNNNNN, : Mi% and Mrs. Charley Smith and Buya car during this sale at many dollars below its normal ,
l' jyi/'Again the high: priest ask- children, were visiting In Gaines- price! Look to the red "OK that counts" tag as proof of its
I hlm-* Art thou the Christ, Services were held at Little ville Sunday.
" ft Son of the Blessed? And Jesusid Rock Saturday and Sunday by the Mr and Mrs. Llge Stricklandwere quality and dependability. This tag signifies that the car 1

'e I am." The word "Blessed" pastor, Elder Moody of Lacrosse. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I has been thoroughly checked and reconditioned. Be sure
ant Ood. Thus Jesus declared Mr. R. B. Thomas and Mrs. J. Edd Parrish Sunday
was the Son of God, when he D. Thomas were attending to business Mr. Claude Brown and Ells I to attend this sale early! ,

tow that such 'cJalm: would pause: in Starke Friday. Starling of Sampson were working
I II conviction for blasphemy and Mr.. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of here Thursday.

uiie his death for the high I High Springs were in our section Mr. Rickenbaker and Miss Irene and six
Wide choice four cylinder
"lest at once said to the memrs last Sunday Lamb were visiting here Sunday cars

> of the Court, "What need Mr. J. H. Kelly filled his regu- afternoon.

,tvo we for further witnesses? lar appointment at Pilgrim Rest Mr.\ N. S. Crawford and Lennard .

a have heard the blasphemy,: last Saturday and'Sunday McCauley were transacting business .
hat think ye? And they con- Mr. J. W. Lewis! was attendingto here Wednesday.Miss 1929 CHEVROLET: SEDAN: Read .
'inned him to be guilty of business in Starke last Satur- Thelma BrowL? and Lacy that price! Seo thin practically new

,'ath." day. Rlgdon were vlsltlnsr In Sampson Chevrolet-- ompur appearance per
T'Ford formance and and ) 1928 Chevrolet
l reliability you'll
critics Je- Mi1, and Mrs. Howard Warren .Model prefer a
}vow, if, as the say, Sunday afternoon. it to anything the market offer at t
''IS! was, a good man and intelll- of Frostproof spent last week end 'Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke., .' . anywhere near this price. Completely
"nt then he must have been here with Mr. Warren's parents, Thelma Brown and Le'tha Craw- Fordor equipped ready to drive away. CoupeYour

nithful: and if he was truthfulhat Mi', and Mrs. W. R. Warren ford were visiting all the 4-H club .
he thus said of himself must Mr. and Mrs. Bill HInes and girls last Saturday morning. $500.00MODEL

avo been. true then, and. true children of Brooker spent last Misses Thelma Brown Pauline last chance to Have on u

<>w. week-end here with their parents Mills, Thelma Surrency Lacy Rig- Provides ample space for 5 T FonD TKL'CK-Just tradedIn slightly used coupe. Completely -

I In the first part of today's les- M.. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott. don Hubert and Fate Brown mo- passengers. ]Motor has been on a new Chevrolet nix, and In excellent '
'"n John the Baptist had been 1m'rluoned 'M,'. and Mrs. J. W, Lewis and tored to Starke Sunday afternoon.Our reconditioned. Sold with "an condition. Ilodv and upholstery like equipped -carefuly checked '
by Herod for. several children spent last Sunday after- 4-H Club met Thursday afternoon new. For mile- --'with an OK that and conditioned. "with an
OK that counts." Special Sale counts" to the first lucky buyer at this t.
months. noon at Graham with their daughter last, with Miss Pearl Jordan OK that counts." Formerly
I "Now when John bad heard in and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. our demonstration agent. Price low price. ,

he prison the works of Christ, he 1. W. Dyal. Miss Thelma Brown presidenttook $lOOOO priced up to

eat two of his dlclples, and said Mi' and Mrs. King' and little : charge of the meeting. After I

i'Hto' him. Art thou be that shouldome daughter of Melrose attended the business was through, we had

or do we look for another church here Sunday. a short program. 1928 CHEVROLET nOADSTKJt Re-
from Telma Brown and Pauline $100 liable perfoitnanre, comfortable riding, $375
Beau9 answered and said unto Those attending church Then
cheap transportation. "Special| sale price i it iw.
Mr. H. P. Galney! demonstration of ia
hem Go and show John again Brooker were !Mills! gave a
hone things which ye do hear and and Mrs. Millie\ Galney Mr. G. W. cooking. We had good attendanceand $300,00 s

|oe: The blind receive their sight, Hazen Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Morgan hope to meet again soon. J

|>nd the lame walk,-the lepers are and son Clarence, Mr and Mrs.R. v, f
teamed, and the deaf hear, the B. Thomas and daughter Miss The Fourth Annual "Know Florida .

[lead are raised np, and the poor Hazel were attending to businessin Better Week" will start Feb.
Fm'the gospel preached to them." Brooker Saturday. 14th according to the state cham- BUY "OK" ,USED CARS FROM A CHEVROLET DEALER

I Some have criticised John for Mr. and Mrs. Wasdln of Graham ber of commerce that sponsors this ,. ?
attended church at Rock event every year. Well, we can
baring a doubt as to who Jesus h
11*, but do not these dark days Saturday.Mr. learn something more about Flor- "Iii
rotne In the lives of all Christians? and Mrs. Eddie of Waldo ida every year and knowing It give
Is bad attended church here Saturdayand our knowledge to the world. Some
pnowden lays "Doubt a
I people outside of the state know Torode-Ritch Chevrolet
thing when it drives us away from Sunday Company
I Christ but it Is a good thing Mr. Henry Shaw of Lacrossewas too much and others too little. .

I when l> it sends us to Him for further in our section Saturday.Mr. i 1
facts and fuller truth and J. H. Kelley filled his reg- Winter Garden Number of

IIcbt." It behoove. every one to ular Appointment at Pleasant signs placed on highways enteringcity. Starke FloridaII
and fiuuday.ttf. .
Study the Scriptures and to pray Orove Saturday
I for iinderstandlito and. a spirit of Jim Mott of Brooker,was at- Highway No. 18 wiJ|| be opened
I obedience of them. tending to business In our section to traffic from Ocala to Wllliston
I Ia week. by end of March .
the presence of John's mes- last

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P.\GR EIGHT .. . . .. -- ------------ ot the FruIt Grow.. FrGte
: ... --- ---------- however, gator:
., .. -- --- < news
- -- Judge Kelley This pleasing much-debalpd the Mediterranean F
-- and should the
popular, Palatkans to sleep Hell Week,
Telegraph enter the race for congressman he should not lull ot rough fraternal Initiations -

i Bradford County From Other Pens will be nominated and elected by Tho highway' 'WIll not shortening accomplish ot phase, bas been under way for the And there will b. thh
$ aa ts objectlve--the the ,
majority ot the votes, ute to neWIIII\ %
a ten days
Established 1877I'ublished the gateway past
conceded that the distance between Innovations from WFLA: Clew I
lit generally oddest P
d It now link ball One at the
-. -- -- eleven ot and the ea-untllitl prospective evening at 7:45, WI!
least ot .
- at 'n!
he carry a group 81
far was
Class about to turn over it Is seen thus
and Entered as Second Flan CIty 10 been constructed. At SCRAP nOlo
Fridays counties In this! congressional adornell PRESS )
Weekly the sixteen fraternity men apak
strawberry mantle for tlllll season feeder, opening{ up a
t the without cam- a valuable .all descripLions. by the Florida CII!>"
district ot :
Florida "IP
'! Matter at the Post Office at Starke, to Starke and Lawtey.- palgnlng'Monllcello' News.1uo splendid trade territory. That Is with feminine wigs will bring you "Thl HEST lit""

_______.__ __ Owner and publisher "Imes-Unlon all. Inflict the tort. !the PRESS.. "
E. S. Matthews, .___ -- --- TlllegraphIII There la much to be done yet. Several group! 1 ----.-

C. Robinson ._ _____.._____.__ ____ ___ Managing Editor Tree gratrlng through; February The Bradtord'CUunty pessimistic aoul. In Tile stretch from Grandin to Pa- ture of absolute silence prospects for a day I -

1'' J. . - -. and first week In March.-Cll1slll- such that a ( many "citizens" this latka, long ago graded should be or more upon' their well as on I Prison Head Plap;
- stAt'ng all
In and oypters
fied advertisement hard-surtacerd all rapidly as possible
SUBSCRIPTION>> RATE County Telegraph", The racketeen year paid their first automobile the Starke This will be done some time Ions and other vegetables became For: New Builder

Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-I'ayable in Advance are "oinK, herblverous, MiamiBeach personal ca11a property attention tax to the constitutional during: the year, as It Is Included a portl01of freshman students regalia have In
paper ,
state several cases
Sun. ot the
1930 budget .
Application will In the
AdvertiMing Rates on amendment which striding boldly down the The campaign for
.. ....--. .- ---o-- thIs tax' In the Novem- road department. been seen and
out overcrowded
knock bathrobes prison
In 'ndlllo
-- It.s easy enough to be pleasant next Equally as Important, Is that the streets attired
of springs-rising sap and poems When life's going merrily 'round ber election and In the should bo extended pajama coats over their other Florida took on a. new angle
Two signs breath informs UII that motorists highway made to receipt at a lette (
I ? Rut the guy worth hIlt chaff Flagler cOllnty. Bonds clothes. One set were the Cron J
0---- III the guy who can laugh will continue to pay the tax In through have been Bold and carry their books to class In large Dutch superintendent )f th. , 1 1AIET
the grading
bit for better and cleaner town? coming the form ot an Increased tee for for and others have lord penitentiary. Tht ,
; Have you done your a When his own garter'lI the Tele- the money Is reposing Idly In the travelling bags II ntll t
j We tear
oN down license tags The right-of-way has not appeared In convict c08tume. legislature should 1))( asked
-The Docket graph Is correct. Automobile owners bank to The atmlnlstratlon of Forporeal provide new additions -UJ1tflt;

Another link in state road 28 will be let next Wednesday __-0-- will continue to be "gyped"IIntll'they all been secured activity There on that seems end punishment, according to report,, dent DUtch said.
14. interests be but little
+;.1 uf 0 Tho man who has Just paId his organize-like other day's delay means loss ot has been greatly modified during "At present." salthe/ !It''
hOstile Every
headline. Pet pests real estate tax Is not very thankful and lobble. -to tight time In the development of a splen- the past tew years, but the novelty 'Vo are getting alone ".r'll

1 Parrots as pets 01' pests, reads a for hId lot-Jack8onvllle leglslatlon- -South Jackson- dId farming section It means loss works at the' ellst end ot town. that but bould begin anot"'r eree'or '

4! g would be better Times-Union. Which reminds \1S vlllo Herald. ot patronage for the Memorial! specializes In paddles has reported a new unit, to lh, new lr!

., 0 ... that It III not lID much the amount -;-0PolitiCK. bridge It means that the progress a marked increase iit. business .oon Ihopelhat the bordal5k

,,," ,' 1 morning after ot the taxes that hurt as the method ,?Jn. Bradford county of Flaltler county Is being retarded lately p--; :,,. :.. e 'next leKll1latt.'re lpappTop1 It

': Press breakfasts are fine. Instead or the ; of payment. Nobody kIcks sere promise to be e;,ceedtngly .warm! : It'meansthat the short route Several grlu lr 1rave rltade'radGsal (;: atlons 'ot,1JI' 6am ,"

J t ? it'K the evening before' 'ously at paying the pas! tax ''yetIII Senat: E.; lit. Johns bas announced to the coast III blocked. changes 11Ithelr' s'Wteni of TwO tactsfthuq'frt'' Bland

II\ 0 proportion to the investment no he will run for States' Attorney; If there Is any Influence that can treatment towa1'ds initiates, and above!'oUier, In byutyda'sp

J the shipping platforms other fox Is half HO hlgh.-.BronHon and Mr Crews, former StateH' At.tOI'ney be brought to bear to speed con- they have substituted. "construe- eat prison condltons! rhel '
is as Interesting 1 Cir- 1--Th 'state prison '
Nothing quite Journal. In the. Eighth Judicial "trllcUon, It should be usecl.Pa.latka tivo work on the tl' t rnltlE's' 11I'es

' during the strawberry season. -0' cult bas announced for the same Dally Newli. property for de8tructlve. work on crowding as more rout are,
al. olftco. The present prosecutor Lawn- tIwed.:! OvercrowlllrlK e I' uie t
Johns physlqllf'a
0 Everett M promInent the plt'dges'
17 j his MI'. Knight\: f Is said to have announced --oj --- hoes and shovpl8 prison conditions, although I
best to enforce prc torney ot Slarke, IUlllounces mowers rakes,
" (, ) Inverness Chronicle suggests the :: way f'andldacy for state attorney tor'I he will not seek re-elec- were much In evidence last Satur- ford, at present Is III fll\I\ 8bt,;
; i libition is to stop fermentation '''tho 26th JUdicial circuit f'omprls.IlIg lion, Senator Johns being a holdover j around town I lay aa a proof ot this 'hange. 2-Tbe state pardon hllllrdriIteBlt !

'I Baker, Bradford unit lJntoicounties. : senator must res'gll! and this almos t compelled( to I

1\ at Ft. White, according to theI. I Mr. Johns III a lawyer ofI throws the state senatorship Into -:-----------.:. I always was good at thinking many pardons because of Ihs 01
: 1 There's some good corn I most able abilIty and hall been the campaign this year.-Galnes- 'rhl'olll.\'h the, "'....Iow horrible .situations and this Ismy crowded conditions. DurmS1firet )

:Jj.. Lake City Gazette Hush over a peck, wet, measure wondel'tully successful In his pro villa Evening News. Senator np suggestion collegiate haters: year of Governor OoYI,

I 0 fes810n. At present he represent Johns) will not have to resign to (A few more or less Interesting Why not go even further In the Carlton's admInistration nlmor

tt \ have to work to his district In the state 8el1l1te.Macclenuy .- make this race us his term as conversations of the past week.) punishment ot the trosh and cause many PJlrdon8 were Issued at\ t
;r .i Tampa Times points out that while men Pres. senator expires etore he takes up real suffering by forcing them to Ing the entire time Sldul' J, (f.

t make a name for themselves, all a woman has to do is to say; -o-- the>> duties ,of Hta.tes' attorney, Where Is the editor? sthdy their lessons for a week 1 was governor i
} ), should successful In his cam'paign remedies for thl'ftIr(1Il1onll
ri he's he b& Various
", A Kansas man 91. clalD! lIe's down at Orlando for the .
If "I do.
have been suggested bltorlley
r never smoked, drank liquor or Press Breakfast today
t 0 Fred II, Bask'
.. 'coffee, kissed a girl or woman, -" rr ,,0- Well, I hope they hang him General

... Gainesville News says "Our cynical bachelor friend would played cards ridden on a train or A bishop' ." "lu8pend,)the ,,rector I Sir? lfilAs&lfrncl.Russel rlous trial judges and otbersln'ested. '
,4 ot
a he knows'l lest he contract par In an automobile; and has never ot an EpJscol \lchurchbecause They're going to hang some ot .
x ' be afraid to kiss some women Catholic girl by / .
) been fishing, to a baseball game his marriage) to.R those editors and I hope he'8 the rr ',
which Catholic priest: What 18 religIon EDITOR.r. Sarasota Lewiston & 11.
; rot fever. or a picture show All ot a first one. _
--0--- leads to the conclusion that It heIsn't ? Is It a belief In some hlde- very You shouldn't eel that way .. S.a. Preis err.p nook Inc. granted charter to eDgll''

'{ ; the world'lI bIggest liar, th1 bound denominational creed or business ot ladles apparel..
would have the nerve about it.Well ot
tourist from Chicago Don't 'contuse the sowers
but other
No one a old bas missed more customs, recognizing no avee
Blmp hang
poor I hope they
I do
to tell Miami that in a few years Cuba wOllld be the resort fun In hla day than any other Ilv nue through the pearly gates than him-In a hammock and give hIm WILD OATS with our FUTURE

center of the world. lug human. Key West Star, their own Interpretation ot the a good stiff drink 'ArtMEHS. G '
What's be been slaying on earth Bible or Is It a faith that accepts
tt a ( -0 and allows any mall the right to News Item: A load ot 'VOOD
: IlIn't this supposed to be a great
said the his Maker according to his Washington IH expected to
Newspaper write-up of a man killing a goat worship strawberry country? from
South Jacksonville own belief? There are many creeds arrive In Orlando this week. THEATRE
followed the goat butting him on neutral territory Editor Yes sIr, this III the center ot It.
shooting Herald Is ot the opinion that the but only one reUglon-a belief In Well, I thOI'ght when I got here -

k' It must have been painful. time has arrived for le",13latlon", the true and living God--Starke that I could get a dish ot them, And now the EXCHANGE seems STARKE, FLA.

; t o permitting 'our dllzens to own and Telegraph \VI wonder what that but I've tried at every restaurant to be In the ANTED column.

87 percent water but some dairymen use operate an automobile He should bishop would do to President In town. -
is already
: t Milk If he had the opportunity
guide and reduce add "for his own pleasure and not Hoover That doE's seem strange; doesn'tIt In tile end of the day all this March l-Saturday
k; Uncle Sam's limit on alcoholic a to benefit the Btate."-n'radtord Tho Quaker president and his ? talk about improving our dairy JACK l\IULIIALI.

r the 13 percent to 1>/ percent County Telegraph, \Ve accept the ,Episcopalian wIfe were marrIed bya Yes, I'm from New York and It herds 1,8, nothing but a matter ot
with the suggestion Catholic priest, HO the records 'in
o amendment Is beginning, to seem a8 though I first' class bull.
,k that you further add "For his own ell -Lakjl Worth Herald might have to go back home to get "TilE BUTTER AND EC
Electric refrigerators were taken on the Byrd expedition CESSITY: and pleasure 'not to ,.,-., D-
of thawing out the 8tate.--8outh Jack. A German., addressing his dog, a dish of strawberries. Cheer up, girls,there's many a MAN"
for the benefit
Pole. Probably purpose his Bock
to the South dog but I hall player with a run in
onvllle Beralll. mid: "You was only a '
Did'yo to the John Morgan also
of the po; -
members party Yen mltdo
w frozen --0 risk I was you. you go
l 5.000 bed In, .ShUBt durn rUl1l1 hearing last Thursday? Little Jock Horner Love Spats
k a o Kisses stolen In Kansas coat you '
No, I was busy prove
the primary tree times und 1ay down. Ven I Sat In tile corner, I
'' Perry Herald points out that the nearer which III probably one reason that he had been In the state for
Kansas never amounted to go mlt de bed In I hat to lock up The taylor was pressing his pants .
hand the more and more we should endeavor to send shy und the past forty years? But he didn't sit long, FRIDAY
comes to much In the big scheme of IIfe.H. .- de blare and vine de clock Yes two witnesses swore that he TJlURSDA Y &
) to the Passing put de cat oudt and undress my.lIelt For a wasp with a prong.
4 j our best men legislature.J J. holly, Just In was working with them at that March 6.7
; and Took Ills seat when he got to
o S'nawtul l crack at the old home and my vita\ wakes up up

Fourth state, sir, but let mo tell you a scold me. Den maybe baby cries time.Did dance., BILLIE DOVE
called two from the ranks or the '' they have any trouble Iden-
Grim Reaper
J The kl"s from one of those corn-ted, red J hat tp valk 111m' up'und

Estate last week" Senator W. A. Russell of Putnam county milk bucket heavers Is derv near down. Den maybe yen I shust goo tifyIng him 1 Florida MUST be good when the iri
No. When asked If he was certain -
2 i. Lake sleep It's time to get up again. Federal Government sends a dele- TILEMOMENT"
and W. H. Bulloch or Monticello. worth $5OOO.-Eustia that Morgan was the man who "TilE MAN ANn
shunt scratch gation Into the Everglades to try
an. Then In Florida It would Ten you get up yon .
worked with hIm at the witnesses
1 o take a millionaire to even ask for your elt couple. times und you one and find a place to PARK.A .
In case you are worried about the census man missing a kiss vas up. I hat to light de tire und recognize replied that ,nose"absolutely anywhere." Also Comedy

please be advised that the department is furnishing a, ---0.1.- ant :der kettle on, ,scrap mlt my Carllloneur III a fellow that

p ;Lt you, Under the new election laws a v\fo\ already, and maybe get'some can step up to a bunch of DELLS
special. yellow question form for nuts. 1 candidate cannot endorse notes. or breaktalll. ,JPllay: aU day und Everyone has a right to his opinionshence ) -. and get 'em TOLLED. SATURDAY, MARCH 8
tollowlng' nominations
->-- Bake contributions to anything bat blentyof"tt", l' hat to work --'

;j An' editor returned a poem entitled "Why Am I Alive" other than regular obligations all day und hat blent ot trouble Moat ;complet" IOHsesconceltedtolks. It'll tunny how these candidates ALLEN HALE[

I mailed without reporting such as part athIli ran you die, you lit 1p ;t; to the writer with the notation "Because you your campaign expenditures t'a a die, I hat to go to, hell yet.Clermont ."- about having a UNION label on in
Most entertaining talkIe to
t poem instead of delivering it in person. tavorlte sport to "bleed" candidates : Press. now-Oolddlggerll of Broadway.up their clrrulars before election never "SAILORS' HOLIDAYS"

5 --04 .- during a campaign and they -- give the matter a thought at
A tit & or Florida Real Estate Association need some p"otectlon. -' Starke So many hearts are taint and Biggest waste ot timeRupertHughes' any other time.According also
"Ladles Man.
4 of secretary ,
e report Telegraph. Primary laws are all weary! So many hearts are sad ROUGH AND DRIED

shows that he and other lobbyists supported the bill rotten, The legislature hall no and aching! So many hearts are Bert song In a long tlme-Cry. to Peter O. 1nlght
for the Carollnes
imposing personal and gas tax on automobiles more right to make laws for a hidIng behind tIne clothes and a. Ing Best acting In agee-Oreta Gar- we don't get that appropriation. Show Starts at 6J5

; 11b o party primary than It has to make Slibstantla.1 camouflage of cheerfulness bo's "Anna Christie," we may have to change the name I

k7a} , ''t Noah's Ark has been produced as a Vitaphone epic of huK rules. for a church.DunnellonSun. more intense, while with the yearning every effort grows ot Worst talkie to date-Olorlfy- .-. -- --_._-_ _---- _-_o-.;;. __,-"", -;;;; =";;;;- ';" -

) ;4 manity. Perhaps it will contain 'some hint why some pests bluffing It through. Others ot Ing\Most The unjustly American condemned Girl book

better understand these hearts, hungry for a bit ot
board the ship and the flood. you may of Lonllness.
allowed to escape -The 'Veil
i'' were effect of supreme court rul- of sympathy, a kindly word, a

f o Ing on the gas tax and why It Is smile ot mellcy's understanding, Worst publicity headl1ne-Man
Sees Florida Then' Goes to Calltornia -
Trucks are required to be equipped with rear.view mirrors resulting In such universal dl.- are concealed behind modest II

have them. The satisfaction the December report clothes and humble.circumstances,
but only about one.hatf of one percent nest Dook-AII Quiet on'lhe
of gasoline sales show that five ot while the Ache grows deeper with .
need for these mirrors is apparent to anyone trying to pass the counties received practicallY every added care and with every Western Front.
Worst Imitation,, ot dia-
; one of these freight trains ono-half of the tax the remaIning subtracted dream.. H Is surprising lect-Andy ot Amos N' Andy
I\rty-two counties dividing the ether 1 how the destiny ot a day be entirely -
-0ee --- Best orchestra on the air-Coy
f halt.-Bradtord County Telegraph. I changed for some one by
ee First issue of the Taylor County Herald, successor to ; And the report shows that Just anotber's understanding Lombardo' Royal Canadians.

I Perry Independent, arrived on our exchange desk this week. I\ve at the counties practicallY smile, a gentle voice, or, an encouraging Most overrated syndicate writ.erArthur s
this is editor and manager paid In ot the tax, the re- vilit. How great then .
J. T. Lewis, welt known in county, Most pleasing and distinct voice
maining fifty-two counties paying Is the challenge to till every mo-

3d and his first issue is a creditable paper In the other half South Jack.eonville ment with cheer, loving-kindness, broadcasting-FloYd Olbbons.
encouraging smiles, Worst example ot bad tute-
> 1 o Herald. tender mercy
t loving words for the hungry yearnings The Specialist.,
k lIelldorado celebration today and tomorrow a
Wauchula will a Cleverest line tram a talkie-
Under the new election laws a hidden away from our eight
and sends an urgent invitation to attend. Invitation candidate cannot endorse notes or -Unknown. I "If I have my face lifted again it I

and tickets appreciated but why should we go to Wauchula make contributions to anything ---p will be on top of my head."
del "If I Had-A Cash
Hwlnun..rUp .
when catch plenty of dorado at home? other than regular obligations
we Fishy
,, : h without reporting such a.s part of In Starke the ladles hue

o his campaign expen
p 4 One ot those experts in love affairs In advising about the a favorite sport to "bleed" candidates shrubbery. Business man came Something wrong about this. As Reserve!

he is like and home the other night; and wander.ed you remember President Hoover
ti to "Until a boy is at least 21 during a campaign, they
right age marry says about''among 'the shrubs until made a recent fishing trip to Flor

a dish of Jel10 that hasn't jelled yet:' If a girl is still single need some. You protecllon.StarkeTele&raph. are absolutely daybreak trying to End hIs house, Ida. After his first day out one BILLS . Bills . Bills A sudden emerg-

at that age, would she be considered hard-boiled? right and If the law 18 taken aer'loullly according to' the Telegraph. Re- newspaper carrIed an article sa1. ency' . calls for cash . and ho reserve fund
we will not be surprised to minds lIa of Lord Wholiis who tell lag that the president was .kunt.
0- buslne candi- 111 the park ''fountaIn In dear 01' ed or In other words returned available. No wonder the man despairs. The
man a
SM every
Robins are welcome visitors in Mme parts of the state that Lunnon and swam around In a circle ., tlshless. Another, and Incidentally -
date In order to secure pro- prudent person keeps a cash reserve fund In the
but strawberry farmers would prefer them remaining in the tection. 'Va.l1chula Advocate until the s"bobby" turned a a much more Interesting news

3 frozen north. This bird is a serious pest, ruining thousands And yet In some section, of the lash light ''In bill taee "Thank story. was carried In other papers Dank to take care of all immediate obligations and

state It la the candidate who Ood' said be, "The llaMa ot Dover on the same date saying that the
in of watch- unforeseen And In the meantime-
berries during season spite emergencies.
worth of a ,
of dollars bleeds the ,other fellow! Lake I at la t."-Lake Wales JU&h- president bad excellent luck 011

ers with guns in every field. Worth Hera.ld lander. his first day out and showing a
--moo-_ I -' picture ot a ten foot sail fish that .4 per Cent Interest Paid
n -- "-
The Cross City Advocate 10 ) ... the Work he had hooked.
Another radio broadcast of the Bells will be heard tonight -
: speaking at Judge James R. Kelly Completion ot the hard-sl1rfa.c' I

J' from 8:30: to 9 over Clearwater station. To apperciate as a possible candidate torcon- Ing ot State Ulghwa No. 3 8 to Perhaps the first paper war

A the melody of the bells, one must be on one of, the hills sur- are.8. says: "Judge Kelly la a Oral1dln. In this county Is another democratic. BANK OF STARKE

still night and listen as the man of wonderful ability'' and of step In the construction ot the Pa. --io .
rounding the Sanctuary, on a ,
unquestionable Integrity; he Ie one latka-Lake City Short Route the Camps .a&k'1'fI AN' HONOR ROLL SANK I Ir
.t breezes seem to swing the bells almost out or hearing and of the beet known men ot thiscongressional most Important of the three highwaye -

then back again. district and I. very which converge here. This I. from the Florida A111 j .. .. ... ... -. .. .. .... Of ....
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