Group 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: March 7, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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I -City Seeks TheRegulations Wire News OnDaytona BALANCE OF COUNTY SCHOOLS Must Pay Up Start. Grading DAVIS GIVES + '


Of Races( On Tax LandsOr State Farm Road OUT DETAILS .


FlyByNightersopoKltlon Big; Crowd -Kxpcctril to AttendHpewd WILL RUd[ FOR- REGULARTRhl- -- 1 Stop WorkAntliorlie County Engineer--Edwards stated OF PRIMARIES

: -- Thursday that work mules and

of-I-Uintliift' I'a Inu4 ClaaHlca on the lk'arh II>ropolOlt Ion of Financing; Hchooln Logan Speaks I (bmmix..iloncnx. I'TIMMH-II- I road building equipment were beIng HI Opinion 1.1"11nt.I&J"" N.clxUf
March 15 to SOtltTlio '
Next Term lit Problem Faoing assembled for start ng of workon
Along.Htato Ito 28 Pre (Unit of Turx tlnl'l' Men Work'init Klectlonn ''
.nt4'41. HchtKil< llonrd. Here Saturday tho state prison farm road from +
ts Htnto Iuul.. -
Tl"ll'lCraphVIII "main Starke and that actual work
..:... Ennent'Ol details ot the coming1
tale a bulletin board on frontof would begin during the comingwork.
The city council met March 4th, tlio building carrjlnir telegraphic All schools of Bradford county Col. J. J. Logan': of Jacksonville,, The bonTd of rounty commissioners [light-ot-way troubles have Democratic primaries In Florida J
regular session with the following that have not already completedtheir of Bradford ('ounty.o'I"r. have Just been furnished by Attorney
,1+ ; news of the DnjtoiuiIk'tu'h vice president of the Florida Tax- been Ironed out between the twlpoints
members present: C. Tf. auto races, March 15-: full terms, will be continued rayersBelief Association, spoke I ida. met in regular session March. with the exception of two General )Fred, 1 II. Davis In an
chairman L. A, Davis N. for the regular period, present 3, 1030 with all members present' opinion rendered n county oOlrlal. '
'Hoover 3thn r/r-ola| >rntton with the to an audience at the courthouse .short stretches' and If n ,otla- r
'sternberg W. L. Wall. Minutes director of tho races, Mr.IlAiffmnpc. school funds being sufficient to assure Saturday afternoon, dealing with I as follows: J, O. Crews! chairman Ions full to go through with these They are ns t I town: 1' ,

>i the last meeting' : were rend and Duriiift tlio Inxt payment of operat'ng expenses [ the all-important subject of taxa- O. W. H'nson; Drew Heddlsh properly owners tondamnat'on "1. Xlnder Chapter! 13781, Art

ipproved. two jeiirs |x"'>ple going from Superintendent, Grlffis stated t'on.Vb.tfe not sponsoring anyone I J. I*. Underhill and R. T. Osteen. proceedIngn will be started for the of '1929, a first primary election h

Mrs. L. A. pavls, Mrs. J. L. Peek, tills wet Ion were !greatly Inconvenience Wednesday. While assured of UUl'for' the relief of real estate Minutes; of last meeting were added width ot roadway wanted. w'll be held on the first Tuesday
C. F. Hoover Mrs. C. A. no ehnt-downs this term, the out the Col. after tile first Monday In June,
Mrs. )! by finding; that from tax burden read find approved. Convict labor win be lilted in.
1 Knight were a committee of ladles lie race were railed off on look for opening: school next fall Logan speaks favorable: of the pro A. J. Clrlm8. county superintendent ,r building the grade; for this road i which will br June 3.
the civic department In an entirely different matter, for sale'n i "2. The second primary will beheld
ropresentlng account of bearli rondlUonitof \ posed tax on different com of public instruction, was appointed and possibly for the hard surfacing
Woman's Club and also the the board faces the problem of pay- modities. A bill drown the on the fourth' Tuesday after
tbe by
of from other rauwen. To agent for board of county later' In the year. II Is the Intention
:Madison Street Garden Club re- avoid thin, tlm director of the Ing off an Indebtedness of approximately Taxpayers Relief Association on a commissioners to Investigate; I all'\ of the elute road department the first Monday In Juno, which

nesting council to plant palms ruceit will furnInh rwe. new $23,000 before they can basis of 2 percent will bring In,, applications! fop mother's pension to complete this road to the will 1m Juno 24.
the route of road 28, the en arrange for financing the next tabulated the "3. Detailed! Itemised statements -
along by Hire to this paper and they according to figures, allowance. ]He was Instructed to farm from Starke during the yenr.
distance In the City, and In term of county schools. round of $10,000,000 which with of campaign expenses. must
tire will !be- ponted for information sum ;: file h's report In duplicate .. 1
ruse the city should not grant the of thane! who plan) to attend Under the taw the'Doard In required would allow ;tire state to reduce the board and to report monthly be died with the clerks of the cir

reqnent a counter proposition was one or mllre of the events. to pay of this Indebtedness the tax on real estate and personal about the attendance at school of Aftermath of The cuit court on the following dates:

made for the city to pay $600.00on before they Incur any new debt property to the extent of 13% children of such mother or guardIan. ('''tnINlI"" <'0"t8

the project. The: council went for next term. It a sufficient mills.. In.'addition! to a general reduction ... Double Tragedy "First campaign expense. statement -
on record as being In sympathywith Daytona Beach March 6.- amount of taxes comes In to allow of county mlllage from The matter of assessment of Qolt between dates of May 4 and w;

the movement. Donation to_ With Kaye Don British Speed the board to pay it off they can go that -part of 'the.sales tax going i Club at Keystone Heights brought Quite Puzzling May 9, that 18, upon either the ,

lie considered after the ladies have King: who reached New York from ahead and borrow sufficient mon to the different counties. before the board by a committee 6th. 6th, 7th or 8th of !May. '

exhausted! their' efforts with property London Tuesday confidently expected ey to operate the schools until Some step :will be taken by the from Keystone Heights. From an i Becond campaign statement between
to drive hla Sunbeam Silver taxes In ,This condition legislature{ It dates' of May 22 and Mar
owners. again come next a special session opinion of Attorney General In a The Florldan (last week told the "
Tbe council passed an ordinance Bullet car at minimum speed of la being brought about by !! Is not called before that time letter to' Tax Assessor E. W. story of the suicide of+ Gordon 38.'

to regulate the advertisement by 240 miles per hour, the city of losses of expected revenue from for consideration of changes In Hayes it was shown that tbe said Stewart at Sneads following the "Third campaign'statement after

business concerns who Just drop In Daytona Beach has perfected plans the state under the Carlton tax tax legislation,, Col. Logan thinks club In legally" assessed. finding of his w'fe dead In bed after June 24, and not .later tbam

for a few months during the cer for staging: the International Auto measures. : I and it Is i the burpose of the Taxpayers On motion the Board decided to as he claimed, she lad taken July 4.

lain months of the year.A mobile Trials of March 15 to 30 During 1929 the school boardof ReliefyissoctaUon to thor buy an Elllotl-Fleher machine for i an overdose of vlrenol to relieve a ""Fourth campaign statement,

motion was made and carried In a thorougly systematic manner. Bradford received from tbe oughly acquaint: the people 6f the tax assessor's Afflce. severe headache. The tragedy la which Is statement, made! under

that the clerk of the city be Instructed Don and his car are expteced to state 1394.10 from what was I state with the workings of the proposed Tho following resolution was yet shrouded In mystery, Mr. C. Section! 423, Compiled General ;

not to Issue license to new reach the city during the coming known as the equalization fund. sales tax, In an effort to so- passed: :(i It. Register of Lake Butler, the Lawe howlnr names ot political, rl
is madein week and to make their Initial appearance act the legislature workers to be nled, at the time the, ..
concerns unless agreement With passing of the Carlton gae cure favorable Ion'by "Owing to the fact that numerous father of Mrs. Stewart came to.
writing, not to advertise sales on' the famous beach tax bills with their provisions for : tracts of land are being used Sneads to take both bodies back : third campaign expense statement

under .1:1: : .months. thereafter. financing schools, the equalization by turpentine operators upon to Lake Batter where they were i Is filed between the dates of JaDe
A motion was made and carried : Attendance of record crowds being act was repealed, thus In additionto nKPOItTKD: BIIOOTINU: AT H.\I- which the state holds tax certificates burled I IM 34 and not later than July 4. r

that the marshal have all park assured, particular attention the losses sustained by the FORD and the owners falling or "In the past several) candidate
ways In the city cleared of ad will be paid for the Brat time to county following the supreme refusing to take up said certificates ,'. Register, who was prominent have overlooked the filing of tile'lIeparate +,

vertising, and If such advertising handling traffic In a manner that court ruling the school board lost Hump Andrews of Ralford was and pay taxes thereon; In the Florida legislature statement showing

Is not removed in three days after will permit visitors from other sec what had been doming in from the shot at twice Tuesday night from therefore be It resolved that we during the' sessions of 1023 and names of political worker, which

notice by the marshal. same Is to tions of the state to witness the state from the equalization fund. ambush, ,according, to reports do hereby request the Clerk of 1026: sa'd he did lnot If(now of any hilt Is specifically required to b*, filed,

bA removed by the city forces and runs and return to (theft homes According to a chart furnished reaching Starke. one shot from a the Circuit Court to make up township special business connections under Section 483, at the t'me the I'

Ie troyed. before nlg tfalJ.,, Botl) newspapers by John E. Mathews of Jacksonville ' load of buckshot grating his head. plats showing the lands upon xon-ln-Ilaw had but that he seemed (last statement required Is died.

and redid station will be used who won his flgh.t/ before the The second shot entered the door which taxes have not been paid to be member of a wealthy "4. Candidates who are not required rl

In efforts to make definite announcement supreme court for the gas tax to through which he sought refuge and deliver same to the county attorney New York family. to run !In more than one

To Distribute i of the time of the I revert to the counties paying It In,, following the first charge The and the sheriff with the request The wife of Stewart who was county must file their sworn statement ,

runs, thereby relieving visitors of Bradford county was entitled to meagre reports Indicated that the that all operators be notified Minn Julia HeKllltertende,1" \ the and rocelpt for committee assessment ',

School Money 'delays and disappointments that I receive from the 1-3 of 1 .cent for shots were fired at fairly 'close of said, delinquent taxes and Woman College at Tallahassee of, ,' If any, and pay their' n
while her father member
was a
: have been experienced by some In roads, $11,600 under the Carlton range, the attacker being hid. in a upon their failure or refusal to pay i ir the and married filing foes to the secretary! of state
Every Month the past. Mere observance on the plan of equal division. Under the ditch across from filling station. r said taxes or see that name are i legislature, was ; on pr before \May B, 1930. In oth.

part of motorists of signs that will court decision this was reduced to No arrests bad been made tip to paid by owner the county attar Stewart to Stewart destroyed about a all year of his ago That er words, May. is the last date a
papers
direct[ them from the tme! they $2,800, a los of 8800. Under the Thursday noon. ney shall proceed! to file InJ'llIctloll1 candidate ran qualify for an office
Will K nisei[
C'11&IIMe From Quarterly eta:, Just before I+ he killed 111 .
CountiesIn reach the city limits till they leave, old gas tax law before it was e to prohibit! the further UNO of said to be voted for In more than one
lieve Tension In Many and of instructions by 68 militia knocked out by the Carlton tax TAX CKKTIFICATES: >!: SAtK I timber for turpentine or other pur left no Informat'on except what county while May 8 l U the last
contained In hilt letters telling
men should prevent even the sem plan Bradford was getting approximately ..10.111'rNTI'IN1:1r: : poses.Mrs.' was day a candidate can qualify for
?
an effort to relieve the financial i of his deed, after finding his wifedual.
boardsof blance of a traffic Jam. $35,000 yearly for -- J. Z. Anders Was placed) an office which Is to be voted for
straits of many county Without any admission charge road work. Effect of tbe supreme Circuit Court Clerk Alderman : upon mother's. pension roll ut $7 entlrly within a single 'county:
throughoutthe When the bodies found
instruction
public whatever, nine miles of protecting court ruling on the Carlton tax has been advised by Comptroller per month. were Tho secretary of state Is the flllnroUlcer ..
of gasol.'ne! 1 the dressed and
state distribution man was fully
made ocean dunes will be used by thou plan Is shown In a loss to this Amos that since the local 'tax ad- ; The following reports were'tll where candidates are voted, ;
tax funds for schools will be much deliberation was used In the
Instead of quarterly, It sands of spectators upon whom county In road revenue from the jtstment boards have been con ed i Jail Inspector by T. B. Johns. letters he wrote. That he did not on In more than one county regardless r'
monthly of just one stringent demand will be 1-cent tax of $32,200 yearly. To tinned until the first day of April report of of marks and brands by alarm the household after finding ) of the nature of the office. '

was decided at'a special education.meeting made and enforced-that as a partly offset this loss, however, that sales of state tax certificates H. Austin; fines, forfeiture and hilt wife! dead also evidenced de while the clerk of the circuit court '

the state board of distribution safeguard against accident they re the school board will get $8,400 as provided by Section 42 of Chapter costs by county judge; ; county liberation. / !1st the filing officer where, the can-

The new system into effect Saturday, frain from approaching within less from this one-cent tax making a'' 14572, will bo postponed until agent's report; and home demonstration It has been reported that Stew dldate Is to be voted 'on' entirely ;
placed '
was contnae: in than 12 feet of the edge' of the total from the 1-cent tax of $11- tho second Tuesday In April. agent's report, art Interested In various enterpriseR within a single county.
March 1 and will wan
dunes.' At seven of the nine mileposts 200 paid to the county tor schools Petition, of J. C. Box for raise and that he held a font on "The form of oath prescribed,

definitely. there will be loud speakers and roads. In simpler! terms, In pauper allowance was laid over by Section 383, Compiled General rt
least eight BerryMovementHas the New York Stock Exchange.However
Reports from at I ''t
counties in the state have reached through which all preparatory and Bradford' will, now get $11,200 a Lease of county convicts to Nassau all bin records in his Laws, must be taken by each aDd'every wl

the capital indicating 'that the actual running details will be an year, $2,800: for roads, and $8- ;Parsed Xhe county was filed, showing all possession were destroyed Just before candidate, before can become '.
financial troubles. nounced, thereby doing away with 400' for schools, where under the I 1 convicts leased at 10.00 per he' suicided and. only $86 legally qualified and must
schools face '
,
Onlt county recently was faced even the .lIghest. excuse ''tor stepping old law sh&.,'received $35,000 tor 'T '' ..-Figure month, 'delivery to be< made at were found on the body. The1' tragedy be/' actually placed In the1 hands
down'of over the forbidden line. roads alon '.; 600i000, county jail Stark, Florida. will probably on" Into of the riling officer on ,or before
with a complete closing pass
account of For the convenience of persona However, It should be borne In There being no further business history another mystery unsolv. the last day allowed for quallflcsy": 'a
Us school ,system on
lack of funds,, and asked Gov. who do not care to stand, a grand- mind that while the school board Movement l'ro.. '"Lawtey For "N/w the board adjourned until next ed. Marlanna/ Florldan. lion together with the proper fees,

Doyle E. Carlton to call an ex stand with seating capacity of 2- of Bradford Is now getting $8'400; 'non Itrlnftx "Receipt to,f'rowen regular meeting to be held the ..-- i which should" be submitted wltb'the

session of legislature! 000 has been erected> on the dunes yearly from the gas tax fund at g182,20p.frl: first! Monday in April, 1930. same.
traordinary
at one end of,the record',mile. Box the same time It Is losing 13944. O. W, Alderman Clerk SCHOOL BOARDPROCEEDINGS .
oUter
to relief legislation.
pass ADUFU i MAIL HKHVICKMrs. :
tountles recently calling for aid and reserved seats-therein will be 10 It formerly received yearly from At least two weeks more roust 4
Okaloosa sold for the small sums of $2.50 the equalization fund. Until some elapse before Bradford wll! get Its SlltH. JOHN T. AI.HOIHPK.tKKH: : -- ,
were: Washington, Jeannette Young postmistress ,
Okeechobee; Glades Calhoun and and $t.OO ,respectively, other plans Is worked out tor full stride In strawberry ship AT \VOM..VH... '' C'Kfll
: announces addition to tile.malt ,
on'chool.. which
assistance week
state for the
Shipments -?
ments. J.
Liberty. The regular meeting of the service from the local offlcn..
The money to be dl.trlbuted'to BOND TRUSTEES calls for legislative action Brad- ending Tuesday were smaller than Woman's Club of Btarke, will be Board met March 3, In regular 'rt the 7:12: night train, mall posted
the schools Include proceeds from fofd county will have to get along for the weekbetore when the heaviest afternoon session with all members present, ,
) at 3 p. m. Wednesday up to 8;45 being made op for
all of the six funds 'from which HOLD 'MEETING with $5,500 less'yearly than form-That movement of season was experlented. March. 12, 1930. minute read and approved. this northbound fast train. Formerly ;t
received from the state. remaining
erly
Price
are
educational revenues is obtained, I The rlvlc and beutulflratlon Mr Wads worth from Graham the 3:58: train was the last
Including the one mill tax, inter the situation Is serious Is shown I around 21 cent tbe quart, while crir.m'f.'se* bare, rlmrH'i! of the met the board and asked that they one for the day for northbound

est on the state school fund, the The board of bond trustees of by the fan that the county can quality of fruit offered l I" steadilyImproving nesting Mr*. Aluop president of help to the amount of $45.00 for' mall and It was necessary to mall

"ne!fourth\ mill tax,.Interest on the Bradford county, Florida, met do nothing as full millage Is now and'prlce.,'ar. ,expected the Garden Club of Jackionvllle, three months school which I III 60 matter before 6 p. m.? /If was made.

public fund 'Jn banks, the sixth March 4th, in regular session with being levied for school purposes. to Improve during the next two will be the speaker for the after per cent he agreeing to finance! up for the early' morning north-

rent gee tax, and the two-tljlrdi of the following members present: O. Continuing with the comparison weeks. noon. remainder, of the cost and furnish round Securing! of this service

one,cent pt the .flve.,cept gag, taxluvy. Haynes.'JvH. nitch, W. E.; Torode, of figures as shown on the chart. The col Mr Mathew*-n.r.o boHi-blbonv
'" : furnished by' : diit'caUll! 'damaairHQ
R. A. 'Weeks- Upon ,m 'uon"rMr. Mrs. C. ''
the Mrs. L. Wyman above conditions.' for posting of mall In the after
Distribution 6f all funds will be Torode acted as chairman pro tem. shows that while Carlton plan : and young frultn tile estimates A. Knight, Mrs. ,J. C. Robinson' Widow's pension granted to Mrs noons. Another Improvement to

made on the'basis of average at Minutes of the last meeting,were provided $%3,400 yearly to schools running from 1#, tto, 60 percent Mrs. O. L. Hayries, Mrs. J. L. Fro:1 Zack Anders. the rural service was announced In
from the 2-3'of. 1 cent gas tax aeceuntloMlbsaheavy> crop of
tendance, this! method being held read and approved. On zee Mrs.*. W. E, Middleton and BUI for the month were audit the extension of route two to takeIn
the supreme court order reduced '-and fruit OR the,plants/ this
by the supreme court to be the Mr. J. V. Edwards requested the bloom dre. A. Z. Adkins. ed and paid, with exception of a an additional territory of threemiles. -
only constitutional method of allocating board to reimburse him for alleged this to the $8,400 referred to in : damage will be'negligiblemany It I.I hoped that every member few' that were not understood by l
in the the paragraph above, or a .loss of of the growere-and buyers point
the money. damages to his property i. of'the club will be present at the board. .
. construction! of road one from $16,000. out on account of tbe Improved thj* meeting a* an election of officer No further business tbe board FOBKNTHV: STATION TO KK-
Under the 1-cent levied'on gas 1 and size of the fruit which
Brooker to Union county line. = quality will be held. adjourned to meet the first 'Mon MAIM
Let ForMunicipal bonds under lhe'Car1ton Plants were too
Contract ordered that for retiring escaped damage.
Upon motion It was -- .-- day In April. -
Bradford to re [ with fruit for this
the board make some Investigation pool plan, was heavily loaded POUI/THY: MKKTINUHKKK: A. J. Grim. Press comments on removal ot;
Plant of the claim. ceive $14,400, according to Mr. i season of the :year to have borne : : FRIU.IYA :, Secretary. the United States Forestry Station
Mathews. Tbe supreme court order anything except small fruit. f ..
ordered that
Upon motion it was -- from Starke to Lake City have
& this to $>,<00 a loss ot movement from the Starke .
cut Dally
I trucks the
of the board accept bids tor meeting of poultry producer been declared premature- accord
Contract for construction an of an eSt ATTOItJIKV:' II. O. IHUWJif TO
consisted
as advertised. Only two bids were $5,800. i platform baa and those who are Interested Ing to Mr Lenthal Wyman la
addition to the present municipal I In the Tlnal summary of the effect car of crate and pony refrigerators MIAMI TO !1MCTICK: "UW
bond submitted one'by J. W. Andrews, pres In poultry production la Bradford charge of the government' experimental
power plantwas let by the Jr., for Ford truck and one by of the supreme court ruling ,- while the !rowers association county will be held at T:30 work here While they i

trustee to the Smith Construction bid Torode-Rltch Co., for Chevrolet on Bradford county Mr. Maihew snipped an express refrigerator p. m., Friday/ March 7th at the H. O. Brown Esq., left Sunday have been engaged lately I la lookIng -

Company 'of Gainesville. their truck. The motion to'accept the chart, show a net !loss to this of BJ' -,4-plnt Mates court house. This meeting has for Miami wheer he will engage In over tbe tracts In Columbia '

being for $4.033., work' to start bids was to accept one truck "of county of $29$00) yearly from the Saturday. Fo the,first time the >een.arranged by the county agent he: practice: \ of bis profession. of county recently purchased by the.government. ,
'
as soon as the steel trusses ar each make. 2 cent gas tax levied,, for' roads, ,' berry movement -.0. far, this seas4ta for Chose who are Interested in law, the mnr having been madeto It was .not with the

rive. The addition will be made The secretary was.-instructed to school and bond ., t, >'from-rtHe-bawtMpUtforni" : Is .poultry In th. county. bis Interest by a proposition Intention of removing the office
to the east side of 'tlie'pre..nt .' d, *(Idq notify 'the state road department At"th... meetlnarepn..r.ta.> from an ,firm from Starke. Headquarters will
building .Including the moving out Work'on new 'church: bothi. llaltveme..t. andcriers
that right-of-way for the >state Ortega I bringing' live of the North Florida Poultry that city. Mr; Brown who was remain here, according to Mr. Wy.
of side wans both north and building will start soon for St.Mark' a creditable
.on receded .to
farm road was ready for beginning Producer Co-operative will discuss Identified with real estate development man until a, more favorable location -
outh side and stuccoing: of the work. Episcopal church. ;showing for tbl lime of the year. and'explain tbe operation of bere during the boom continued for carrying on the expert-
Considerable
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relics .building. r----- .' Receipts the above named Association, Applications 'a raw practice until this mental work I I. found,'and for the ,
storage< space -will be provided for BIRTHS Qaarta for'membershlp will also time and now goes to a new field present. no plan are being consid i

in addition to the space needed for Previously reported : ?_-->,-.,______233472 "9 '61,164.96; possibly be taken from those only I because of the Inducements ered. ''

the Ire new electrical unit and for the Mr. and Mrs.',Rusel Hornsby, jjaovemeot: _JHFor : =..::-.:__ .':::325.760 71667.20 who wish to join after having offered. Ills family will remain .
truck. Penney Forma $lrl.' March 3. __. Lawtey -- 9,377.76 beard the discussion./ Therefor here' until later in the year that Fort Myers- Grapefruit canning ;

SontH Jacksonville. Paving: Mr. ;and Mr; LfndseyNRowe.. week ending Mar. 6th _--:: _____ 44,656 everyone who I I. Interested In poultry the schooling of hi* children may plant operated Polk Company

Kings road, from ,Atlantic 'boule $tatke. boy Feb..,28, . in thl, county I.i Invited and not 'Interrupted by a 'move.Puata here ha* output of 1JO case

vard to point seer' Vine street,i Mr. and Mr.. ,Jd; RoweLawtey' : ,, Totals"to Mxtr 6th .._"'.'t x'j:: ':'tL. w_....._603,688 $132. 09.92 urged b;attAad tnl*,mee.Uaf. Oorda Herald. I perday. .e, iz
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t'.tGh TWO DKADFORD COUNTY TKLliaRAPII..STARKB. FLOIUUA FRIDAY MARCH T, tea: ,,
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N";"t{ , '', I Ig -''1Ij j planned this should be distributed,1 I I Sunday afternoon. Mr. W T. Zeigler of Jacksonville Jones Sunday 'r A group of Live' Oak bm.no;
.I with his A large crowd of young people men at the Invitation of I
C: the state are advocating Mr. and Mrs. J, P. DIckInson and spent Saturday par 1 p
g B. H. S. JOURNAL |II Newspapers over family were visiting in Earlton ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. enjoyed a party at the home of i Hopkins, met recently for wh, dv
: :', IL; g j l a change land legislatorshare Sunday, Miss Mildred Phillips spent Sun- W. A. Jones Saturday night In hon veloped Into a serious dlscn. 1011) ,
predicting that this change Nettle Mr. Arthur Futch of Titus- of the tobacco, industry in
'I Mr. Pete Hagan, sheriff of Put- day afternoon with Mrs. or of ']tat|
i.will be made when the legislature Mersey vllle. county One of North Car. ,
t'r NKWMIMPKII ,|'r.4.FF'i nam county and two daughters, I a I-
Wrtitor-lnChlef **A tJI. KNIOICTLESTKTl I'! meets again or a s'zeable portion were visiting his slater, Miss Ida Mrs. T. T. Bryan and son from Mrs. C. R, Manlre and children most prominent warehout men
'' Amilatnnt. Hiiitors PBAHU9 MANNINO. EVA lIIAIH'OT'I'foJf I''lot the six-cent tax: will be repealed lagan a few days ago; Stuart, are visiting her mother, of Hampton, are spending a few was present and told the loca 'el).
t rnke Editor: -. LEA1t 8TItUTH, with Mrs. W. A. Jones. pie some of the latest "dop> .
f Sport }:door : Prill': KOIIINSON Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Thrower and Mrs. T. B. Trlest. days 4
i; 3: nnnlor Tt..p >rtr LENA IHJi.I.Jo1iIJ'PAHfI/ Senator Malone framed the law daughter, Mrs. C. n. Varnes and Mrs. A, II. Kelsey', Mrs. T. L. Rev Blancbard filled his regu- regards of the Industry In gen m
't\ Junior Rouhnmorelt.pnrter' Reporter ANNA HHV 1 ::MA I'IT"10: HS PIAHt'F I'gll"; providing for the original systemof little son Earl, all oC: Jacksonville, Murphy and Mlus Ida Hagan were 'lar .appointment' the Baptist and offered suggestions which ,!.r,.
", I a HVuHhmiin+ nranrtvrPnrlnl 'MAV HIIOWNMSHICRNIl : distributing returns from five were visiting Mrs. Thrower's sister business visitors to Lawtey Fr.'day.: church Saturday and Sunday well received. It was gem tn,
. I' K II AM.I M //UNMY:
'' / ll niirt rFaculty 1'J1'ITNI.I.: := that Live Oak ,
"'-x ; Supervisor MISH prxiKHlWhl MATTIIKWS of the six cent gas tax. It la con- Mrs. J. J. Zelgler and family. Mrs. Futch and family of Tltus- Mr. and Mrs. R. G, Zeigler and agreed must hi ,
1! .,!J sidered likely, therefore, that his Mrs. E. H. Harris and vllle are spending a few months Mr. L. C, ZeIgler of Gainesville, second warehouse In order ti. mi
rsas sasasasasasasasac saaao sass'. sasasas.: .: ,: ,:,tiZSZ.: Z5ZSc52525'ur'uZ c Mr. and
: plan for continuing something: ap- 'family of Waldo were visiting her here. spent Sunday with their parents, die tbe constantly growing i 'Ia
'i ',. ) ItAI>FORI> COUNTY/ : TKAC'II- HOT 1'11'101The proximating the Intended system parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall, also We are glad to say that Mrs. T. Mi and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. co market..
'i,I,.r. KIW: Jm.TISOI.IU'II: 1 despite the supreme court ruling, her sister, Mrs. J. O. Williamson. B. Trlest Is able to sit up a little, Messrs. T B. Trlest, S. E. Trlest -
people of the United Slatescpend ....
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for than I get the legislature Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of and hope she will Improve fast. and J. F. Tr'est were visiting at Jacksonvllla Dursee's .t
Tbe Bradford County Teachersassociation more money randy I '
I' ''L held Its monthly meeting for religion. Well, why not? convenes. Hampton spent Sunday with: her !lire! Ruby Gaines of Jacksonville -' Florahome Sunday. lug company opened bukc-
:: in the school auditorium In Aren't we told that salvation Is son, A. L. Sullivan and family. spent the week-end with her Mr. and Mrs Henry Puncher Park and Forest streets
; .jl l March Int. free? 4.*))......4. .... .....1 Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Wllllston father, Mr. O. M. Bennett and visited their aunt, Mrs. T. B. Triest Wauchula Hardee ci>
+ Starke, Saturday
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ft'' f were visiting Mr. and !Mrs. M. Hall famI: )'. Sunday. strawberry fields yielded 2. ..,
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r j at nine-thirty a. in. The follow- I cell my auto Paul Revere, bo- T1IERESSA Sunday afternoon, and were accompanied Mrs. T. L. Murphy returned to llememberl! Everyone Invitedto pints berr'es during recent -+ ,s
ti I :fug program was! rendered. cause my won taken It out for midnight Miss Rhoda Zi-lgler Cor. from Hampton by Mr. her home In Stuart Sunday aftera attend Sunday school at' the bringing"tolal shipments fron I II
}""f Hall's sister, Mrs. David Jones visit' with her mother, Mrs. T 13. Baptist church every Sunday after- Reason to 692,694 pints.
rides. :
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kooa of Waldo Trlest. noon at 2:30: and Christian Unionat Jacksonville Const rti
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s J /, Lowry llevot'ouallexerclsta--1)r., Tlioro'M the follow who thinks a Mr. and Mrs. n. K. Hall and were visiting her parents, Mr. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Ruby the Christian church at 7:00: progressing rapidly on mina
Bongs- -Junior lisle Glee Club. Illy In a lUlerated onlou. I children of Starke, were v.'sltlng: and Mrs J. P. Padgett Saturday McOruder of Keystone Heights o'clock 'p. m. Church services' at golf course In waterworks i<
, ,1 I "The Teachers' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall afternoon. were visiting Mr. arid Mrs. W. A 8 I p. m. ing grounds.
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Address -- Supt. A. J. Grlffls. said aunt\ Emma, "when, aCl'orel.1{
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11 Reading -- Miss Hazel Middle- Ing to my usual custom, I looked TI

I ton. under the bed before retiring I ..
Puppett Show Mlasns Ethel 1 1r tad forgotten. was in an upper .
F Griffin and Madge Mlddleton. berth."

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I(; After the general program --
t'; the Junior and Senior lilKh Homo Definition ,

; Y- school section met In the auditorium Toupeo__One man top.Macaronnl "
t, n ' i and heart] tile following dls.cusslons -, .-.A l long hole with ANALYZE THEALLOWANCE ,
. 5 U ; i, : Borne dough wrapped( around It I,
' Characteristics That Represent Alimony-A fine levied on a '
'I, : Our Profession-Miss Isabel f'er- man guilty of matr'niony.
} nandel.I Cockney-A London native who
I >' Inciting Abltlon by ObservIng I can't speak Knglluh.
( Red Letter Days Miss Louise

\ 'l. Caraway. Mrs. Carpenter '(preparing for
I Ii I -, ) The Necessity of Courage at written lesson) : "Cornelius, whereIs ON YOUR

y, I'', ,4, Promotion Time-Mr. I.. H. Futch.: your pencil and paper?" I II. it.
;, The elementary section met In Cornelius: "Aln't got none."
1"its ,1 MIlls Gruber's room and heard the Mrs Carpenter: "Where's your
!, ' \, 'fljscusslon l \ on Dramatization led grammar?" .

I,! ;11: 11 })by Mrs, W U"art.. Cornelius: "She's dead." I .S
The primary section'! met Jn) hire
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r i ' ; If., C. RUch's room. The dlaeua- I-UMOUH ,R.tYINGS: USE t !'
; \ don of writing was led by Miss I I. DC A R L'. '" '' '

I ..t; OlIve| Ray and Mrs. L,. II. Fut'h.dlf' "And If ;you've a weak 'heart : 'r
c t ttl t C jThe sessions adjourned at 12:00: don't take algebra."-Hilly Par- .
J lO'Cl ck and met at .the Woman's ker. ,'" .. ., ..". .., .. "
: Club building at twelve-thirty, "Louise, give us your report"- I I I "'..." f.. ,;.'. ,.... '
},I r i ':s'Vvrheri; tv Parent-Teachtrs A'BHOclatlon Miss| Florence. ',' '. \1(1( "'..;;" "
+f,' i i t served a lovely luncheon "Twenty demerits Julian! . : v:
11 for the i.teachers., Mills| Mitchell., <
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;''l,' "I saw YOU!" Mrs. Bynum 4
r If f$ dealer them the trite worth '
more ..
; + i I' ';The Glee Clubs are proljtresllini I Perkins.. K pays vjou H ;.

rt : steadily under the direction of "Oh!f Where Is Romeo now?".- i. i-j>
:'Mrs. A. E. Wall. Both the! girls ant} hope! Haynes ,:
r- the boys Glee Clubs have several "Gratton give me some gum?" ;, of the cay !:c Ktiwtst tnahe up the. difference ,-

s f #:',:new choruses for use;! on special oc- -Junior III Girls.

k .'.1': caslons, ; "Mary dispose of your g m"- -
H 1e; mI 1,:' -- Miss Fernandez. by extra charges on the stew car or rc S'ClI.

4 f The teachers training class are : :
i ''strutting their stuff" these days. *
? Malone's Plan ;
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i+i 't fe; :Everywhere\: you look you see a it to some one else a>t too high a price "' I

{ ':' group of students, working on Would :Discount :
'queer looking pictures or making : \ "t ,. v -- "'
baskets out of pine straw. It seems ,
r : t i '.ark though they get all tbe Gas Tax Ruling II

,;. I .'."breaks": Only this afternoon I I

,' ther. are enjoying"! a puspet snow I I I fl ATE SENATOR IIAS PRO. \

;{: la/ the auditorium, while we are (TRAM wiiicn WOULD OIVE

p ;, 7&(' struggling forms of with evil.geometry and other SMALL COUNTIES BIGGEST' value is always !Letter than a tenl- You may hoi jPl< the largest usc\I-car allowance

SIIARE OP TAX; PERMANENT
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+ i;. ''i ', ,The basketball game scheduled -Feb.-- be in the purchase of an autdriid- from the Ford dealer, but that very ,fact should
Key West, tO-It will
g't* for last Friday between the Lake a comparatively simple matter to bile. It look ahead and consider reliability confidence that '
to full
City-Starke girls was postponed on at !least partly undo the recent pays give you' you are receiving
account of rain.
t 'it t :- decision of the Florida Supreme and ultimate ,up-keep costs, as well as comfort, value in the new car. Ford charges are not marked
.3 4\ DELIEV iT OR N'OTf. Court In the state gas tax.: distribution -

v Wm. H. decision.Malone believes.State Senator safety, speed, and beauty of line arid color. up or increased to_ cover a high trade-in allowance
-;J' This column is not original.
The decision which la costing
1 N 4 EloIse RItch had an Intelligentexpression Monroe county $63,000 annually Since most automobiles are bought for repbceon your old car.
ty on her face one day last
\ Is also costing a large majority of
': ';;' wpek. the other counties In the state ment, the value set on'your used car is a factor in Because there is no waste, extravagance or undue "
.$ lirat\i" vEstelle was not smiling. Monday.v3
substantial sums, and is working
,'.tp ,, Hazel Underbill didn't know her to the profit,of less than' dozen almost purchase. it is given i in distribution
-Frequently
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a' ;*, .literature lesson Tuesday.. every an.t profit manufacturing: or selling,
;, f:/ Louise,,Peek came to school Jon very populous counties. For this
'1: .4" tine/ Tuesday. reason, Mr. Malonq feels' that importancebeyond'{ its true worth; \' ",' every dollar you ay"for a Ford,brings a full dollar
there Is strong possibility that the
I# r i|j June Bullen said something fun-

'4t, .{r, 'Dr" humor next legislature to do something will be about'In the the Used cars have a definite market value and, you in return. In lower first cost, in reliability and long .'
'p \\K. >Buck Klckllter is the school

Jc 1. "shelk.." matter.The state Is now levying a'''tax: ,are justly entitled to an allowance based on that'. life, ''in the low cost of operation, ,service and
Scootle came to history class ,
fi 'J without chewing gum of 10% mills besides a 4Vi mill value. It is fair that receive less. It is
not not
Hasel Adklns smiled. levy provided for In the constitution you replacement, parts, the Ford' will. save"you muchto
Senator Malone shows This!
k ,% Thursday.Eva didn't roll her eyes but once 10%leyy la the result of legis- your best interests to receive more. more than the seeming.difference in trade allowance.

; lative -enactment.< It can be repealed -
t, ,", Dora. heard a joke she under
at time the legisla- '

c: ,4 pig.,< stood.. Paul Knight Is a woman hater. ture It sees would fit any to be do a so.simple matter, IF a dealer pays you more than the true worth, oft FURTHERMORE, at least $75 extra value is given to .

l t Miriam didn't say "say you did"far -
' a whole hour Thursday. therefore to have the the laws Senator providing points out for, the car he must either re-sell i it to some one else you in the new Ford in the Triplex, shatterproof '
Thelma Andreu wasn't on the

/., 'honor(' roll last month. this taxpayer levy of repealed this ,much thus burden.freeing at too high a price or make up the difference on glass windshield, the Rustless Steel, the. five steel.
+ ; ''Annie Mae didn't make a single
to relmberse the state for
C't. :;\:.. '''wise'Leah crack didn't one get day.mad Wednesday. Then the Income thus lost for general the new car. This lie cannot do unless he is allowed spoke wheels! and'' the four Homlaille hydraulican

t' .' purposes, proceeds, of the entire
I yesterday.?Louise !Hayes[ said "doggonlt" three-cent gas tax, could be,",turn. excessive profit on the cir or onfinancing; extra' double-acting) shockabsorbers.. The unusually]
ed over to the state.
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!t c Lois Lester Colley 8. made walked zero to on school history In Monroe by such, the a'move saving would to taxpayers be- equipment and other charges. In either case, you large, number of ball ,and roller! bearings, and the

r J"" Monday.' the difference between the $39- the bill for no has been found to give extensive of 'fine'
f. Edna 8. has a permanent wave. 000 the county will now receive pay way yet use steel forgings instead of
Thelma S. didn't wear rouge and

.y t;. 'lipstick yesterday. smile would from the be gasoline surrendered tax: to(which the something nothing. The --money must come castings or stampings, are-other features that show
Lena Belle didn't at Mil '
4' ,V''i'', ton. state) and the 10>4-mill levy on .
the of taxable from somewhere. the'extra quality built into the Ford ; '
$7,000,000 car
} : ;; Victor did not blush when the prop- ,. 1q I
a &!( teacher called him. erty this county returns, or approximately -
!; Jeanette got twenty demerits. $72,000., This would ', .
mean a gain to the county of
;fie 1UWE.NT!,; ItKMNANTHiff : : some $34,000 In taxes annually.On Roadster, $435 Phaeton, $140. Tudor Sedan, $300, Coupe, $300 ,Sport Coupe, $530,

';',' the other hand. It would ., "' <: .
W Theme. Topics mean a loss of some $200,000 to Two-window Fordor Sedan $6OO Three-window Ford Sedan
$625
or Cabriolet $615
r.pr f.\.. For the benefit of all those Seniors Dade county, as that county Town Sedan, $670
,' that are for everlastingly; would, under this arrangement
1.;1 .'.Basking, us for theme topics, we and It necessary to levy addi- All price /. o. b. Detroit. Convenient low time payment arranged through the Universal Credit Company ' '

will publish a few so they cancatch tional mlllage to replace much of (. i'' .
up with last month's themes the enormous_ she is now receiving 'C, ,. "I .
;; Discretion of My Wedding Trip. from the state gas tax. f 'W
Where I first Saw Santa. Claus. And the same would be true'of } i J :.0 RD >IOTOH; COMPANY 'I'
the other. populous'counties In . .
,1 Down on the Farm. , ." '"
t The Tale of the Lonsesome Rat. the state which are now'profit' v; .-i
f r Found A Senior Privilege. Inc so largely from the supreme : ;, ,
r court's ruling that the gas tax /i '..
f' ,fl'' I Perhaps Heaven ahall be distributed on a basis of ,'. ',"'. ,. ,' ,, '.1i.. '
,t Frank,will:have bis.algebra. Us collection. ,. ". i.S y";....'. ... ..Jo-\(" ''r,_ .. "J , .,:
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rs l T We won't have any tests .Theta is Increasing1 evidence ot -'. "'"
N + fig The rats will all be bright. wide-spread. dissatisfaction at the .
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"t : Demerits will be abolished. present six-cent gasoline tax
,We'll meet Julian Peek., since the courts have set aside the : j 1j :
t There will be no .peed. limit.' method by which the legislature

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FJtJl-. MARCH T. 1030 _
Seal im.inronn COCNTT TKMcon.nt m'A HICK. MALe11fANews
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Does All That's An opinion that it Is lawful for: the following named ..t..f-lf I .land corporation thereIn; It I I. there. bal duo Jan. 1, 1930 -
ion J I the city of Daytona Beach to allow :I Wood. lawn. No.8; Kelly.. Ko 9; fore ordered that you, the sold de ted 1 iUui.I 49.44 ( y
'hatsell of Florida In Short Paragraphs a discount to Vanderbilt No. 10; Hxlltirnnn, No. fendant, named or n it .mi .<.l. To bal. due Jan SI, 1930 1,017.74 n' ''
Claimed He taxpayers for early 16* and.KlalnK No. 1A, to determinewhrlhof known or unknown, absent concealed ll ,ml M HrMitr Int. A Nlnklmc' VmmH ,
Says
IIn payment of their taxes has boon or not these districts or or non-reldnt at other vlitn, ilo T* bill due Jan 1. 1'JIO\ .807.31:
I received I r any of them shall vonMolldate. to appear, to. the bill of complaintoxhlhltvd ,.<> 1v mil collctfid (
by officials 3,091.9.
city
/ from elect three trustees and determine oj\"alnllt yon on or l befot'e111ondnY To bal. clue Jan. 31, 1930 (ltd ,
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'80IK "Sargon Is the only medicine I., :aldwell and Raymond bond attorneys the mlllHire to u.. aMHsHKrd In xaldrotipolhlAtod tin Seventh day of April A. -. .03.766.77 ,.s
''l district U 11)30 before. the i. In ult( < urt
LIVE ever took that does what they say of >ew York. The oplii- For I Is" purpose' *of hntdlnK .aldI'lmtlon 1 in Hrndf al STATE NEWS ]I It will do; !It gave me the beet on was ae'urcd by the city before I In Woodlawn district. J. M.! I wti' the hill of ""''l>llIlnl. IIM. rxhlblted Political '
\ '!tf,. Nwt'fIMn; J, M. Rosier and 1>. Carter : aurnlndt" MMI fnlllnir wtilt-h I at !
executing a. pion to allow \ !
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health I ills-
have had in years. I a nn .ippolntrd. inaiiHKerH.' t dot rue of thin court, i will 01* entered; I ,STATE'S ."r'l'o"'I'V +' y
illyul count of 3 per cent for taxes collected For the purpose of holding taldelmtlon against you. I 4'Y"
In March and 2 In In Kelly district: J. 1.. t'ndei The Praiirord County I :
' I per rent 'hill. Joe JuniiHon mid Itrltt AIrares :ipubllKhed In Mtarke! , T..I"lfra..h'l. To the Voter of the Twenty f

II I TOLD BY OUR April. ,.. urn appointed" .... mannirerH.... : tv... FlorMn' 11 .. Sixth. Judicial Circuit; I hereby an. i11
oa EXCHANGES IA lh" "urn" n' hnl"ft d u.o" ' '" *''*. .,'. I: amore my candidacy for the oftlra 4 8
t l election' In V.ii"il. ; ;;;; t" dlNtrlrt, kvr-;; which thin notice shall be"papor published In of,.Stales Attorney' : of:: the Twenty* Y
That visitors are still pouring by CIVWH, Sl th Jndl'l01 I'ircnlt,
.. Sam Whlleheail and Levy romprlnliiH
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S- -- u Into the Sunshine State Is Indicated Norman are appointed nUln /fer". weeks.. ", *lNKSH Union and Kradford counties. .

t. i nkeland --> A Btrawberry ahap- been lent him by his brother-in- by railroad records, and'stories .I..tlo"For I the in purpose ilrlihronn of dlnlrlef\hold lug: N.Bald I'1 1. / court mv thin band. tho and 4th,the day nenfH of Hiilijort lOluftlon! to of the June IJemoi-ratlo 8rd. 1930. It Primary elect- ,1, a'ed

,'d like a heart was found In tile law In Akron Ohio but later con omlng out of Jacksonville which :rei.n Drew Heddlnh. and Waller ,Mitrth. A. I). 19JOO. .elle. I and promise an aggressive. enor- .w'

tip.d 1 of E. E. Moutx one mile west fbbsed he had stolen It from Dr. Y4 report an ever-Increasing tide: of i Clt">mmoiiH* the era purpose appointed of hnldlng mnnniyrerM Bald. W. AT-.1U-2UMAN. I uf the affairs funnomlcnl of the administration office, And t

, ",.r Crlffln. The berry was 9 1-4 IO.i B Gardner, of Barberton O. travel from the north and the mid election In ItUlnir illetrl (Ciltlclal Jerk Sen. I Circuit) County Court, prndford Florida. wish the. support to npxure. of all.;you I will appreciate ','

.., has In circumference and three Ha will be held here for trial. n t.e west. For Instance Friday F lor- Crawford f.tiwlH: llarley are' appointed McRn and nianiiifemi.II. T.onnle. Hv Ht.AMClIK AUinKMAN, KVKHETT! : : 1\[. JOHNS

'kI l\elJ In diameter. !ida received its greatest influx of 13. MAY ,I A. H. CHIS for>VASolicitor Complainant. Stark, Florida.Nti.tr ''t
I Jacksonville .4 tourists Chairman '
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I Roland Lalone, traveling via rail of any A. J. rmiPFia, 1-7-61-4-4. 1
Tallahassee The state prison Watson Moulthrope and Leo Landry day of the 1929-30 winter Reason. Swerotnry 3-7-51-1-4 Attorney n

'", ""O'I1U, was advised today of the escaped Connecticut convicts Particularly says the Florida (:..t K's IIKPOIITIleprirt : 1

ipe from the Ralford farm of charged with murder of a city de $ Tmes-Unlon.: did the visitors come :%(ITICFl .rnillflnl,To the voter. of the Twenty-Sixth.

I, .i' HennlKan; nerving five years tective here will go on trial i in out of the Middle West to make .of the. (''''rk, of Circuit Union and flrrulf.Itritdford ernhiarlno. rountlcH, I linker.here*
n Volusla county for forgery circuit court tomorrow morning. I the day one of the busies on record In rirrult Court Twpntv-Slxlh f'uiirl Klnrldu.\ .In on and aocnunt for Urailfnnt nf Taxe. County aiHecd .-, by announce my rnmllditey, for the t r r
iltloe
have been Counsel from the Tudlctal I Circuit Hrb' Iford County ,' fur the 1929.! of Stilton t Attorney of the 1,
K sad to a trusty for Lalone and Afoul 'tundpalnt, of i>asBonger I t-'lorldii. In Chancery. 1.'. year\ "Knluht Twenty-rtlxth Judli-lnl (Circuit of ,
used( to the penitentiary office. I thrope have asked a severance for ir7J traflle I through the term- J. F. Kit-kilter.! nnd Charles 1 Storks, Via.. tax KYh oollortor 1, 19. 0. Floi-lila\ , oubji'ct. to the Di-inocrntlo
their clients. male' in the U Klcklltvr, fly rf.: F: KIckllter: Pn.n(.. reaper Primary Klottian of June.. 3rd. ltt.10.
1 1i Beach Landry Is is expected Gateway City. Sr: his fiillHT and next frlvnd., To tin I. Jan 1 I. inn: 10.824.77 and" Miillclt, your, Hiiiipurt. I hews held j
W st Palm _:-. After see- will be one of the chief state Cumplaliiaiitp.VH. : I'.V amt rnllouml K4U IK.ft thl* poHltlon tiefoi'e and nm fntnlllar+ '
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I thernto (
im "me of her brothers and an uncrowned witnesses.! The trio are to be tried IHMi MI-VrilMliN:: : 'I* J. II. Huff.. et. al. .1.0111.."Jnn, A HI M', .1929.. lure 10.12U 4.1" I ITo land.. If nomlimti'il.I ,promlne an eltl. v' ,,t,
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In an attempt to save for the killing of Detective Willie '- Defendant bill Olio .Inn. I I. KI2D .2113.111 nt, piiirKi'tn' nod IM oimmUnl ad. I.
ond brother from death In Smith. J. U\ .: Report of tho condition of the. '%ollre tt. \pi enr 1t>'l amt collix-toil TIT.III i!'mlnlnlrittIon of the atTnlrn .of I the of i' t.,.
Smith and detective Wil "I % I1r..d.d County Hunk. at Clarke In To ,J. 11 Ruff and Ti-nre, 'If To bat dos Jnn. at, IBS! !) 4,0811.:1': ;I lice unit will nppierlnCe. tly ...ul'lurtIc.t I,8 ,r 1
,df ,('Pan at Jensen Beach north lie Jones both were shot In a gun was awfully weak and rundown the Ktute of PI Ida at alto clot. vt cltlivr ere living:: and: If II II'I' then to'I' (',....1,. llullillnir; all votvr.* In sold,. rlvrtlitii,. $
i "; Smart late yesterday a young battle with the three and my strength: and energy; bunlnvHH, ])i>r. :'I 1. !li'J'l.! his heirs lenuf( ..H, grantee, de.vlscs ''Tn, bah due I .Inn. t. Itfjil: 1,0111.111 A, S." (-HKW8: a
.
escaped convicts HrMourrr legal Starke, Fin.I .
seemed renrnttentatlveH or an fly an.t. r..II"'t.,1 l 411 4'To }:
rl named Keynolds fought her when t.1e officers attemptedto to go back on me completely. r.onn unit Dl.ci.uiil. .__ $34l.7t1.37( : nlu-nn, and to all ,pernonH, flriiix mid i.. .but. due Jun. 1. 1930 I.017.73iMiiitr
; .
I
through the surf and brought arrest them for I I suffered with Indigestion, Overdraft ____ IHOH.Clol t'oi...I..U."R\. whose name, reHldencnior i < 'h".I-.r.' o---- __._,_,_,,",!",_ !ItI
,
i I' questioning in United state' \
h.imln . '
my tonguo was coated I S.rtiOUO btmlneHN' IN unknown to'i To bnl. dun Jan. I I. HMO HI.OH\18-I! .
,
iilecond brother safely to shore. connection with sleep and Municipal 'uinplalnantH
< a series of local eOItJ" ; That are ItitereHtfliln lly amt. follectml 1.0:14.70:
robberies. Jones recovered from poorly and during the day was All l other bonds ___ _ :HOOll.OO I these certain funds Ivlnv and bens -l I'I'u. bal tine Jan I, IXin 20.0J8.54 I Say it with Flowers ;
In
12,18(10(1( Urai.foril county, state of -lino I* UNT '
Tallahassee Search was In- his wounds.!\! wornout and dldu't have enough llanklna' nouns, (uinllureami Florida,, des,'rlbed an follows;: bal. ilue .Inn. I I. til.10 A 17.00llyt --,-.-.-,--..----
d it n ted today for five Tallahasseevouthe energy for anyth'ng: much. But fixture ____ __ 10,00000 Thi North wt>nt quarter| of tho amt 01101..1..1 1201)0'
I I'm a different since Other reel entalii owned 17,68930 Vorthea.it quarter and the Noitlinint '1'.. bill. ilue. Inn. 31 I, )1910 70N.00Ti.lnl ,
who yesterday left Carra- LICKXSK TAG HALKH MOUNT man I started Cash on hand end. \ due from iimtter' of tho! Northw iuiir- $nb-lrh.i..l-ItrcnlarTn Flowers For All
belle for a fishing trap: In the gulf Sargon. I eat anything 1 want hunk _ ___-_____.. 65.00010. 'er of: Hortloii Ten 4101: Township; lull duo .Inn. I, 1U.IU: III.")-") 1(1Hv \

aboard a yacht and who had not Audit Shows -More Money Taken without a. touch of Indigestion, Total -_-__ __._I609.021.C8: Six((22) ((8)KantJliniOTlNdM.) Houth. hangs Twenty-Two To Intl.umt it"I ciillpeteil".> ,it I, 1113/1/ 20.0.1OBJ t.OIIl.43 OccasionsGERTRUDE

returned today. The boys were In Thin sleep fine, am full of my old time Llahlllllra ( : you and each) of you MMk-Rrheol n..ndeit .. .
Year Than are hereby notified that ... ...... ---- - ----
i pep and have all the strength Capital Stock paid In you have To bal. d. i, lit.u to.nll.9
Stetson Cochran, Buck Knight % During 192O: any Surplus fund ,. __.._-_-.j 40.00000 been mnde defendants In a milt by Hy amt. collected 447.03Ti
Wilson Alllgood Hiram Upchurchand man needs. Sargon Pills ended Undivided profit ___.r.. 16,22888 innnonn In T. F.their Klcktlter: bill of et al., who alleges bal due Jan.. 31. 1910 9,081.27.11grlealnenl GODIJEY '4

Horton Buchan. The yacht During the first six weeks of my blllousnes, my tongue baa Depoalt IlIvldAlldll.unpaid___-__-___-_-__ ttttu.UU file In thin om.....complaint that they now are the on Til bal. due Jan.: 1, ID JO _. 2,067.14 ANDERSON
was the property of Cochran. The 1930 the state cleared up, my liver seems In line Note. and bill.- 1'.01111-' 873411.11 owner of the fee simple title thereto lly amt. rollnvted .. -._ 49.43 aj' r,
! motor vehicle department and pray. a decree removing To bal.. due Jan. 31, 1930 __ 1.017.73
_
party Intended to return last night. has collected $700,000 shape and my constipation la en- counted -_______ 83,723.68 I olondH, quieting title and forever \VI'
JI i more. by the sale of license tags tirely overcome.-J, J, Love 2704' Total ________$609,021.62 'In clearing said lands and confirming to complainant the title and To pmt bal. due collet-tort Jan. 1, 11130 1.0(17.1(1Hy 4941(: "iI--_

I Miami Beach Provisions of than during the similar period in Forbes avenue. Jacksonvllle.- ford Stale, '88.of: 1"lorlda, county of Urad- annulling; any and all claim, or Intereet To bal. due Jan. SI, 1930 1017.73 1 ;

1 the will of the late Ilewellyn. 1929 it was announced by department Canova Pharmacy agents -adv.N I, S. L. Peek cashier of the above of any and all prnon, firm Onl.tswdloftYES .
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New York named Bank, dn solemnly swear.
Starkey, manufacturer officials following the that the above statement IN true to COFFINS" & CASKETS .
were carried out here today when completion of the third audit. ..NN.NNNNN. the bent of my knowledge and be-
1j the ashes of his body was strewn The third 4l"N lief and that It I I.. In response to of- And a Full Line of
audit which listed KVKRGRKKNMm. ficial notice to report by the
j comp-
over the surf of the Atlantic ocean, money collected during' the first ( F. A. Rosier Cor.) 4N troller of the state of Florida We can our Undertakers'",," Suppliest,
members of the Miami Beach 8. L. PEEK NRSSmith's
I by two weeks of February, showed Cannier BATTERY 8 r
, life guard patrol. Mr. Starkeydied 1174000. This sum will, be ...................... CO IIRECT-ATTKST: AUTOMOBILE I"J\l&n '

at his winter residence here turned over to the state treasuryas Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and J.W.H.T, RITCH WEEKS STORM In Alw.,.. ea II..... Tae beatervlre ,

I Februay,13., His body was sentto soon as W. S. McLin acting children AllIene Lorene J. M. Mrillifc.L.ti.: : *if the l lowest ......*. ,,
, and
1 spent .. +
ftperlal AttentloH to .1. .
) *
New York for cremation and the state motor vehicle commissioner here .Directors.NOTICK ; *>
! Sunday with.relatlves.
ashes returned here In accordancewith returns from a trip to the central Dr. O. W. .rder.1}
Brown of
I Lawtey wasa OK ELECTION RICOI.TleltlCU RMDALMRRDEWITT
I II his will.Jacksonville. part of the state. The state treasurer visitor to Evergreen. Wednesdayof Garage itt [ }
'
will distribute it among the last week. By the power vented in them, the C. JONES "
board of public Instruction of Bradford -
Catching a 70 counties. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele were county, Florida, hereby calls .TAIIKEO.Ctfie FLORIDA I. '
mile per hour tailwind from the Thus far this year $3,724,000 : visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. an election. to he held on Saturday.. t4va
April 6, 1930 at the schoolhouse. In
whirles of the Atlantic has been
upper collected from the sale Ury Reddish at Wateroak Satur- _ .. .
oast storm, A. P, Kerr division of license tags as compared with I --- - -

thief pilot for the Pitcairn Air- $3,022,000 during the corresponding day.Mi'. and Mrs. Bryant Redding n

ways, negotiated the 210 miles period last year. and daughter, were visiting his ., ( agJl t111j111t1"IJthh

from 'Macon Ga., to Jacksonville. -- I parentsMr.. and Mrs. H. F. Red- ... .. ""."d...." ..',,,... -. q jN
.Ibis afternoon In one hour and Jacksonville Southslde Cem- ding Saturday afternoon. 1 / lHWIJJp/ / u1N as rwr -- ,

Ova minutes. 1
1:20 1 : p. m. and arrived here at I and Cohen Peele were visitors to )J 1L1 .. 9
2:25:I: p. m.,. estimating his airspeed Starke I ..:.w ___
Friday.
_
Bladder _
at about 200 miles per hour Irregular? D.'. Parks of Starke was a pro- 1830 1930
the fastest recorded time between 1II
-- fessional visitor to Evergreen
the two cities.: It' functional Bladder Irritation Monday.Mr. 1".i :
-- Coast Line
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disturbs your sleep, or causes and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and II
Jacksonvllle--Boidness used by Burning or Itching Sensation, children and Leslie McClellan all ,
one) Duval county distiller to cover Backache. Leg Pains or muscular spent Sunday with Mrs. Hester

up his liquor making failed to aches making you feel tired, depressed Sapp. family

work. A 300-gallon moonshine and discouraged why not Russell Redding was a visitorto ,
ntlll, located less than 100 yardsoff try the Cystex 48 Hour Test Don't Starke Monday. '1

a much traveled country road give up. Get Cystex: today. Put Messrs. Tim Blackburn and B.

in the northwestern part of the it to the test. See for yourself Wilkinson of Lawtey were visiting: .

county was found yesterday after- how quickly it works and whatIt Mr. II. F. Redding Monday after-
noon by deputes of Sheriff W, B. does. Money back If it doesn't

Cahoon. Men who were at work bring quick improvement and sat noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Cohen Peele and1llss

at the still when officers approached isfy you completely. Try Cystex Gertrude Rosier spent Sun-

ran. Whiskey was dripping today. Only 60c. Corpenlng'sDrug day with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prln-
oat of the still officers said.. It Store. 'gle.

was chopped up.Olreechobee ._ I r i't'
.,U .... ..... .. ,. .... - -, .... u ; t

Lake' Okeechobee 10000---

the largest fresh water lake

entirely in the United States may
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now furnish a new source of re- \

muneration for fisherman. Until _'r: t .... 4Lw hli lii'' 1
recent months shrimp were unknown :-
.
In the lake, then a few were .
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r
caught but ,. never In commercial Lzo, -; I
numbers. A of f.'shermen: -
crew Railroad 100 succe's'Vful' railroad operation.Each was imbued -
here Petersburg organized years to
near today reported they had .'
TUB :
den millions of shrimp at the was conceived by the people of Peters- with that loyalty to the common cause that 'has .

mouth of Taylor's creek. They burg, Virginia as a means of increasing their made the "Coast Line Family" a reality. .:I

were said to be the large commer- trade. It was built with funds subscribed by the The ever lengthening rails of the Atlantic .,

-Ul size. g citizens and the city of Petersburg and by the Coast Line now make impossible the constant

State Virginia. Its officers employees were contact between all officers and all employees;

Ocala Tl. B. Maxwell Wash- men who lived 'in Petersburg or the sections but the "family" tradition persists strongly

iagtonrille,' Ohio building con- along the railroad. as it ever did and is. .the Coast Line's most

tractor and his brother-in-law! Dan Much the same is true of the other railroads valuable asset.

Welkart of the same place, were ADS THAT AREBELLRINGERS -, . that were later brought together 'in the Atlantic Scores of Coast Line employees have never
relieved of $123 In cash, two suitcases Coast Line' Railroad Company. worked for any other employer. Some families

filled with clothes and the By far the larger number were built by local have given three generations of valued workersto

coupe: in which they were returnIng initiative, mostly with local capital, to supply the Coast Line organization.

from the Sharkey-Scott fightat ; ,!local transportation needs. Their officers were .* Thirty-four Coast Line employees have
Miami by a lone hold-up man on "i 1" 1I. eI' j then 'prominent in local affairs' and their employees f worked for the Company or its predecessors? r '

the Dixie highway today. Jumping were drawn from the pick of the substantial for 50 years, 1384 have' served it 25 yearsor

on the running board and cover- Blushing modesty never creates sales. people living along their rails. longer.

the log his victims with a revolver But a bold, powerful ad with a striking. Practically everybody in the sections they Officers and employees-the men who run the

bandit rode through Ocala illustration and i served had a direct personal interest in these Coast Line today-are for the most part from the
pertinent
from the union station and directed copy I railroads because they were owned and run by sections served by Coast Line rails. They know .
the men to drive out on the will make that
cash-register- a they knew. the country and the people; they know the transportation !.
highway where he searched them.
gladsome song of profit for you. railroad officers not only knew every employee needs of every industry. Many of them

Jacksonville Congress may o by his fine name but knew something own farms or are partners in various enterprises.

he getting off to a slow start with abOut each man's family. Every employee knew All have a personal interest in the advancement

Its program of farm relief but The Stanton Newspaper aU the officers. and growth of the Southeast.

not so wjth) William H.,Price rural I Common interest in their work a common They and the Atlantic Coast Line are part and

letter'carrier. working out of pride 'in overcoming obstacles and making a parcel of the Southeast; of one blood with the !.

here. He is 'doing his bit, be It Advertiser's ServiceIs good showing for the Company bound officers people that they serve.

ever BO humble. Far out on bin ;' wad other employees together. And as long as the Atlantic Coast Line can

route Price opened a mall box to in With the growth of the Atlantic Coast Line, attract to its ranks the same, type of workers e
find therein an alarm :clock with ours Starke to use as we please. men who demonstrated their ability advanced to it has been fortunate in having in the past it is

a note appended: "Pleasewind In it are ready-written ads, merchandise I more responsible jobs until in turn many of confident of its ability to render an increasingly .

this clock and set It at the right cuts, layout hunches and headings for every them became officers. Each brought with him valuable service to the people and the industriesof

roe'time.' I in have no roosters" .to wake sort of business" including yours.'Anyad that intimate knowledge of the work so essential the Southeast., I
up the morning. "Tick
is for the price of the ,' ",: 3 < '
tick, tick. the clock purred! as yours newspaper setMrq?_


Price Fort drove Myers away-, With her husband phone.space. Come in and look 'em over, or. t 1 ATLANTIC COAST LI I N. E r



log an In automobile fan on a charge Mrs. of Beatrice steal- I t Bradford County' The Standard Railroad of the South f

K lly, a young bride of Richmond.Ky. 35150(4f _

., awaited arrangement being .-.._ ......; t
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made here tonight' by welfare .organizations Telegraph -- '
to send her back to f This it tb*fourth of a win of aJvtriutmtntt by tb* Atlantie Qoatt J&n* "Railroad eommtmeratlng tbt

her parents The husband Virgil ,. ttnttnnialtfjtt, tariUtttonttitutnttotnpany-tbtTtttnkirg 'RailroadCompany}

Kelly, at firs. claimed the ear bad M-tWyy 'Tin "'ftttrdt4T
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;' rotm IllCADJI'ORD 00111'lft'l'JCr..IIX7ILU"' i8'fAJtXJI..ft..IUtm.a, >.> 1<'nI AY, MARCH' 7
.I ; _,_ __ ; 19tsa :
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: ': !)1'entldMr D. E. Knight. REPRESENTATIVE OF FED* cember/ alt shown*fn the -report oC alof ,Ft: Myers. A grandfather. Mr, and Mrs. K..M.: MoBae,, day.

Reading Bunny Canova. KHAL FARM BOARD HEARD the Inspection bureau,,department/ J. W; t)rtggers and undo, Edo John 'Wheeler of Starke was Our D. Y. P. U. social was si,,. '
Ave Maria; Trees-John Pow- ,,-I'" of agriculture. For'the state, the Drlggek-ov} an aunt MrsdE+C. Lewis visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- at the home of Mr. and Mrs &/

V 'ci&f.JlJtH. ell. County Agent Rickenbaker attended report showed 2 2,0 12,08 ,.for ,January all of Starke, besides other rela- Rae Saturday night. T. Crosby Saturday afternoon'Mr.
Quartette: Carry Me Back to a conference held at Lake- and 20.530,098 for December tives and friends. .Much-sympathy Mrs. M. J. McRae of Crosby lake .. and Mr."B. M McIUa were

Old Virginia-Mrs. A. E. Wall, land on Monday between extension Bradford: stood S2nd In the is felt :for them In their bereavement and children, were visiting Mrs. .II. visiting Mrs. McRae's parenta/n

+ Mrs. J. D.. Doyle, Jr., Wesley. workers and a representative of list according abionift consumed. -' She was twenty years of M. McRae Sunday. and Mrs. W. F. HarnagcT TuedT(
1)\VIR AND MRS Stearns and John Powell. the Federal Farm Hoard. ,', 'Ji ". ,' age; Dec. 9th. Miss Verda HarhaK and vMra.\ flight _

r' WILSON 1IOSTKH8KH: ., .? Mr. Gay, of the Farm Board explained t c Her( ,body was carried Thursday George Stanley of Wateroak., were Most of the! yonpg people! .of till,

flc TO U. D. C. CHA1TKK JUNIOR CIRCLE NO. 32 the functioning of the IX' LOVING, MEM6WY:} ;Of' morning at 10 o'clock and placedIn v'slting: ,Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae sect'on attended the social!! at tie

.- "J'\. }Farm Board and to what extent MRS. EARL;'W'HKKLKB: ) the[New Prospect cemetery to Sunday. home of Mhls,1Iattfe Norman TOPS.
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. J. E. The Junior Woodmen Circle It; could help farmers. According fr. 1 v,:.fl ' wait the second coming of Chrst.: Mrs.,S": S. Proctor was a'pfeasa'nivisitor ". day night1, wfiujh. was''gl1'8l1ln beau

+ Wilson were hostesses .Wednesday held Its regular'monthly meeting to Mr. Gay co-operative organization On Wednesdayortornlng at 8:00 Services. were conducted ,by Rev.Edwards. of Mrs. H. H. Lewis Tues orrof MIs8'W hlddori''of Alabama,

afternoon' to the W. T. Weeks Tuesday evening In the Woodmenhall Is' the only merns of approachfor o'clock. Feb. >t2th' 1930, as the of First Baptist churchof day.Arthur who Is visiting relatives In "Water.
Chapter, IT, D. C., at the home of under McRae, Floyd Crosby oak section.
with nearly all new officers In assistance present con- sun was climbing Ilnl the heavens, East Ft Myers. A large crowd I .
tRI Mrs. Davis, on W. Madison street. ,heir 'chairs. The meeting was ditions. In other words farmers God in Jr's{ wisdom;'bald unto his was present to pay the last aspect and J. R. Kelley motored to Ocala I .---
Large baskets of wild azaleas started promptly at seven and must be so organized that they gleaners: "Go unto/earth and reap to her whom they held so dear. I Saturday. i Pensacola Noonen Construe.
and bowls of rosebuds were used Stanley Bennett with the assistance might control the movement and' another flower* Miss Iris McRae was the guest of tion received contract for $13o.
tor adding to the beauty of the' production of certain commodities Miss Mattie Norman In Wateroak I 000 worth of paving !In
northeam.
rooms where this Interesting meeting ed the of the omcers junior with supervisor a team, seat-of before assistance can be given Indeed They a took light a to f lo all we, .iv although which was we ...................'....... section Saturday night and Sun- ern part of city.

was held. The president, Mrs. In the words of., Mr. Gay,
e'ght. It Is expected within the know we shall forever miss her : Rising -.
A. M. Darby, presided and Mrs. L. ,
"Farmers must be able to look be- !
next few months that the Junior the
of her winsome .
memory ways ties Irla McRue, Cor.
11. Hill, secretary, and Mrs. Geo. "
yond the county and state lines, ,
Circle will be able to put on some and bright smiles that had madeso .
C. White, treasurer, each transact .. . .... I
beautiful Junior work for the pub. before material assistance can be many friends, will always re N..NN.aNa.e.N. -
ed the duties ot her office. After given. I BANK OF STARKE
the business -session the music lic. main with us. I. Mra. O. W. Burney of Starke,
Mr. Evans of the Extension Department -
There will be another team After
committee 'gave the following prac- several months!! of pain Wednesday and Thursday
tice before our next monthly Washington also discussed and suffering God said, "that Is '
much enjoyed program: here with her daughter, Mrs. L. AN 1l0VORROLL BANK'
the relation of the Exten-
meeting and we want a large num- '
enough and car'r'ed
? her to that Crawford.Mr. .
recitations little
riij Two by Jacque-
? sion Service and its workers to
ber of our Juniors present so as home
1I} line Andrews, (a) Tommy and the the Federal Farm Board. prepared for God's children H. M. and B. M. McRae
to have a team of sixteen an, the where all la .
peaceand happiness
,
Gingersnaps; (b) A Letter. This Attending the conference that made a business trip to Lawtey
Juniors will have state officers All done
was by loving hands
little lady is still in the kindergarten Thursday.
lasted all extension worker
present at their next meeting. day were and skilled
physicians that
I but she can charm an audIence and home demonstration couldbe ,Rev, and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of
Plans are also being made by county done to' bar stay on ,
with her recitations Mrs. J. Woodlawn spent Friday night with
from central and south
the Junior supervisor and members agents earth, but
? God needed her, and
j4 W. Andrews Jr., sang very sweetlyLove's
Florida.
of the Woodmen Circle to en- took
her on to wait the coming of
n + Garden of Roses Wood)
tertain the Juniors at their next ---- .-- -- husband, father,, mother, sister
and Sweetest Song of All (Ward>.
stated meeting. TOMATO ItlXJLXATIOXHCHANGKD and loved ones. 666 Tablets
' The hostesses served a chicken -
with coffee and Mrs.. Wheeler was the daughterof
salad tea,
,;; course
OLD MAIDS' CLUII Mr. and Mrs.. J. T. Corbitt of Itell.ve. a Ilradncha. or Nnr.lola_ In
t and the dainty favqra were Instructions have been receivedby Ft. Myers. She leaves to mourn :minute., ....""k. Cold the ant.
bunches of sweet violets.
The farce "Old Maids' Club" County Agent Rickenbaker her day, and check Malaria In threelay.
death her
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Wilson's beloved husband
13 !! ..
will be given Friday night, March from the Plant Quarantine Control father, mother, little son, Junior,
Mesdames A. M. Dar-
guests :
were 7, at 8 OGO also In Liquid
o'clock at the Woman'sClub Administration: effecting the move- ,
by, L. It. Hill, S. L. Peek, E. K. one sister Mrs. Thurlow Simpson:
auditorium. I ment of tomatoes from points out !
Perryman, W. L. Wall, J.. M,
This Is an all home talent pro- side of the eradication area.
Brownlee, E. L. Biggs, W. E. To-: ,
duction and an evening of fun The instructions are as follows: .'
rode, Ceo C.. White, J.-- W. Andrews awaits CHARTINGthe
4 you.Admission "Quarantine regulations have been Ride in tIle beautiful.
Jr.. J. II. Bitch, W. O. twenty-five and thlr- amended permitting the single box ,
"Halle, A. Z. Adklns, Miss Amelia .
ty-five. cents., shipment of tomatoes
green
Ray, little Jacqueline Andrews and pro- I i
duced outside the eradication area Ford Course
Comer Perryman. new Of
:
WOOHMKN: ClItrLH MKICTI.VO: : to all points In the eighteen south- .
e ern and western states and also to .
i 'CIIICLKH': 01 TIIK: W. M. H. A large class- of candidates will West Florida area." Come .in and arrange for a demonstration V

I' ; t il',, MET MONDAY be Initiated Into the different de- Of course Bradford county Is '.I' ) ride in the new Ford.; You ,/ Your Firm
grees of Woodcraft at. a regular outside of the eradication area,
; "M, The circles of the Woman's MIs- meeting of Woodmen Circle, Tues therefore may ship tomatoes according >" twill know then, from your own, per-

"J j '' nlonary Society! of the Methodist day evening, March 11th. to the above instructionsto sonal experience why it is such a

1 'church met Monday aftoruoon and The meeting will be called to any point In any state. good car to own and 'drive. Here;;at '

$.i held their respective meetings with order promptly at 7:30: o'clock. . It'gour business to help. In planning the finances
(:' good*attendance. All officers and members are requested IlltAOFORD USES: 78,708 ttAL- an unusually low, price, is everything '

\" The Noble White Circle was-en- to be present.. Visitors are LO.VH you want or_ need in a motor car . of your firm, consult with our officer. Their ex-
lei'. 'tertalned by Mrs. A, W. Anderson espec'ally welcome. -

yi t'l-! and Mrs. Sam Anderson at the After the business session, refreshments Tills county used 78,708 gallonsof .$ 133 up f. o. b. Detroit. perience and knowledge of business conditions will
1 ,home of the former, where the will be served and a gasoline during January, compared -

,.t' ? jp-ooma were brightened with choice social, hour enjoyed. with 82.691ga1lOOS for,De- ,. J. W. ANDREWS Jr. prove invaluable in working out your problems.
ea' tiprlng flowers la baskets. The . 1 1I l Starke Florida
,
;,r a ,\circle leader, Mrs. W. D. Parks, 1.tI'\III: AT j HAXTO.V I
I
a conducted: the devotional service -, STERLY CURTNEYM
i i ',j-and;* Mrs. J, T. Guy led In prayer, Preaching services at Saxton IN8"UIi: : -
r ,' After wh'ch' the lesson study was church e4csecond! and fourth8U11118YS' AndNnmsTeiii
.t \>t conductl'dby: !Mrs A. Wood. The Sunday school at ''3 p. I II F.\I.
t, hostesses: served a salad course m; followed'by a service In chargeof MSTtlM: 1111 >Kiit:
t-,'" with coffee to the following'mem- ) llev. Starrs of Luwtey. All Invited Starke, Fla.

,. bers! Mesdames J. F. Colley, A. .

b . Wood W. (I. Halle, Pearl Snyder,
1"' h Idt'! Wade Kennedy, T. J, Alderman STEAM, PRESSING COMPANY
oJ J I" L, A. Davis, A, W. Redgrave, W.f' .
Sr XI. MIddleton A. L. Moore, I, D. Suits Cleaned, Pressed and ReshapedJ

' (' Green, E. S. Matthews W.. B.
vb:
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.Ar' :The Harriet Peek Circle was en-

". tertalned by' Mrs. J, W. White,

;< with Mrs..R..A. Weeks leading the '

, ,i ;i, ,4evptlonal service,.Mrs. T..J. Grlf- : 193O's
If '.i// tin presiding over the business session Biggest

d i4/ ? and }\frl{. A. Z. Adklns transacting l'

;y the duties, 'of circle secre : ,, DU..fIUinsln the low
> tary. Mrs. J K.:] J). Pfrryraun was I field

( r ; :appointed circle leader,-to take the i

t : i'' plac of Mrs. 0: L, )JIIl'neS'.who! e6jjn 4 i
'r.,
had resigned. Mrs'J, W, Whiter
r '; lead tho lesson study from Roads
.nahfhulecMany"of"bur
i > to th* City of Ood. The name of I .
tl. \ ,}Mrs. Olin W White wee added to

1 lh.@ Harriet Peet Circle: : customers. save I

; 'I'" purlng; the social period Dorothy money and .get wonderful
L';"" White gave a piano solo' and service using these fine quality i

e, ii? hostess, assisted by Mrs. Geo. but low-priced Goodyear
DO SOME
fi;; :White: and-JIrs.: Olin W. White, Real bargalnr-a-big ,4." 'I .:, THINKING t

s '(, nerved a salad courtfd with hot money's worth possible I I
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.} chocolate to the following persons: through Goodyear' huge ... .
' X Mesdames J. H., Bitch, E. K. Per; output, more than /J of all '
D I' ryman, A. Z. Adklns, M. E. Edwards tires sold In America J.'M. Alvarez is a reputable merchant.who has spentv his entire life in

.; L. S. Hutto, R. A. Weeks, I
K. L.. Diggs. T. 'J,. Griffin, T. B. Full Oversize. Balloons. ) 1 Bradford County. .

Massey Wood, F, H., Olive Long, Ray Misses, Cassia Florence :- I 1 Big Oversize Cords f He has shared the burden of taxation with you; kept the money you

1 White, Etholln, Dorothy and Carol Tubes to match at low prices "
, White. All Fnh Stock-AH paid him right here in his and your home town.
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._--I-- rlr.LUaI..d d......** He does not buy old stocks and lie in wait for '
. ;, TWKNTIIJTII: t'STUR': C'LVll I An.Pr... MMntln a prosperous season to

-- \ y unload it on you---taking hard-earned
fI Mr. and Mrs J. W Andrews, your money away to benefit other

''' .' .Jr., entertained the members of counties have been
; the 'Twentieth Century Club last I as soon as you picked clean. ,

}; Friday night, using floor baskets M. Alvarez shares .alikevith the
,4 of yellow Jasmine and azaleas to car has tires- J. you days of financial l stress as well ;

Olt" brighten for bridge the rooms were where set the tables get Forget your your Double Eagles now! / .- as the'days of prosperity; he is here the year around to give you honest values -

The holder of high score for la- Tridin now.. 7.. ....* MORE. .for\four 1, fpr and to stand back of.'
fe 0''14 mooth were II. to mch nc tarn your money your every purchase. '
dies
was given embroidered pillow .ir Doubt KflM .r All-Wath. ,
; cases.and highfor, men was a With math. '*lipBnr driving; w..th. .r -. His'goods will bear the light of day and close
v, ''pocket flash light Low for ladles null to ...... you ens sole, ..nt..l.t* r TRADE inspection; hence he does
Mfttr sad till your Good'.... will b* J':ifl
was attractive cretonne porch pillows .. ITS YOUR not plater windows with
Ilk* nw *tin Samitur ram.. F. up advertising to mislead \
l.\ and for men a deck ot cards. app.alaaa.blilratioa.. Drive I.. | UNSAFEI you.

\\ fish Refreshment salad sandwiches< of moulded and tuna Iced l I TIKES.,. Spend your money with the ones who are interested in the upbuilding' :

t' ,tea were served to Mr. and ..Mrs.Q. 'NEW PRICES ON PATHFINDER TIRES EFFECTIVE of your ,lo'v and county. r
M. Inman Pr. and bibs. Jo). L. "

Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. fleas.4 OCTOBER 15. 1929 ,
ley, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg.
't Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Joe Balloon High Pressure ''

Truby, Mabel Weller, Mrs. S. L. 1'
Peek. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall 29x4.10 ________ $( 5.90 30x 3 1-2 reg.____ $ 5.05 I
,' and Mrs. II. C. Neff of Jackson 29at4.50 _________ 6.68 30x3 1-2 oversize. 5.19 j/ft'T Y' II
ville. I 30x4.50 ____-:_ 6-iS: 31x4 _-.____-_ ,9.05 t.

30x4.75 ________ 8.45 32x4 ________....__ 9.75 t\
' SILVER TEA : 29x5.00 ______..1_ 8.5S 33x4 ___ ______ 10.35 "
f --:. 30x5.00 ________ 8.75 32x4 1.2--____ 13.65
' The following "interesting program 30x5.25. _______,. 9.98 33x4 1-2 ___- 14.15 ctI' :

: was presented at the Silver 31x5.25___'___ 1P.35) 34x4 1-2 _______ 14.79f "
,Tea given last Friday afternoon 32x6.00 s______ 1S.75 30x5 II. D. 8 --fo '20.65V / .)

I 't by the Baptist W.j M., S.' >at th% 32x6.50 _____-:, 15.60.32x6 II. D. 1 Sly .36.25 I One l lotdf;, SO:"pair 'df'Women's Shoes $3.50 to $5.00 values \viII be
b home of Mrs. W. S, Epperson: ,, closed,

t 4H" 1 Piano Out of solo tbe-Dusk Mrs: ;H.Nothln'V. Knight But, BATTEn CIIAUGINO out for $li pair. Good, serviceable shoes.: I am offering'real"'values in first: s

Love-Mrs. J. D. Doyle Jr. RITCH'SService '. -lass merchandise and'you are invited to.inspect them
Reading-Marjorie Stump. r 1a
Announcing our new ser- : ;
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I Faithful Love; I Love .a. Little. Tlce to motori e.:; flat.serviced- .a } :
".0 ;y 'Cottage-Wesley St arni. terles tested and Station' !
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1Violin; Uillo:\ Deep River promptly. ALVAREZ ;
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BRADFORD: COUNxrTEL11attAP8. STAR1i>tC1rLOitibd'; 'vG9etir l

----: r::.::,e'ear caeatsCae aest t3Bits ::. .. r.\OF. Fn-W' dt+ ;
/' i\ Mrs.. H. o. N jxrturned to Jack*I -- -- .
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all N...N...NNN. .NNN. -- -- -----
... I sanvllle( Sundaylalter!: Spending several ' was illustrated- by colored 'slides r to
I days her.Wahl- Mrs. N. titer : LAJ"TEY : showing1<< the Camp ot th*.Wooitfc,
of .. I berg. a .' Mr. Ttbbltts' other camp which Is J
'lireIIr. ,, ., ., fciw***, **. **.. .*- .,.*_ In the,, Adirondacks.
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.cMinn
Mrs. Louise The Woman's Club !gave! a cafeteria 'Whether //'a '
!(tar W. A. Stroman who spent Jlveda. spent the Cold
the winter here with her son-in- weekend Jackspivyiiie with Mr.! supper at the clubhouse Sat-
local eConcernnOur law and and Mrs. Harman urday evening which proved to be Or 'Whether a
til, daughter,.Mr. and Mrs. S. Thede. a far It's Hot .
greater success than they bad 'ft.
LbeIII'S 3. Dowllng has returned to her Mr. and Mrs...O. ,D.,McFarlandOf
home in Tallahassee. Tampa dared hope. Before the tables We have to 'Weather It
were v1fJlil'! ., }ors, E.! were cleared Mrs. t
: ) ; Bird presidentof
' People, Butinatt and m. ,Burner T *
'on.ma ... } vrf'9.Y'H} the fP
x club laid before
Progress of tH* County and Town: 1{ 'J. Frank'Thoman' was given a 'Whltrlirad-ArMootl I! a plan for an equipment those show present Whether or Not.

ter. "surprise birthday dinner on last Saturday night.the bone of Mr. er for the Club. The men present

______ _.______ N Saturday night. Guests were present and Mrs. II. Arwood presenteda rallied to the cause in the true i
z:>o.acloJoJ. : oJoJ=II'' .: ...:.:..:.:.CSCSrSrSd5:: \) from Pennsylvania
.525ZS25Z5''ut! New .
t5 Jersey pretty scene' when their oldest I Keystone Heights spirit and collected

.'ui-0,, I I R.Ki II carlfjutst of Jacksonville Gordon and Queen Charlotte Georgia and Florida. daughter Elna wan united In marriage one hundred dollars. for theurganzatlon Folks I sure am sorry that Jack Frost had to spoil our little i'
visitor here. -
week-end hosiery for to Mr. Cecil
women $1.60 pair. The K. Whitehead. : '
'"I. latest in !Mrs. W. P. Randal :Miss party Right when it looked as If gold was in stunt I
every way. The Quality ) and son. Arwood has lived In Law- Mr. David Kerr. and his home
dresses at Stump's. Store. Bill Jr., and tey for know it's hard to see that money slipping .
w spring Mrs. Jack Murden several years coming here mole projector were responsible away but Ihey say
and son, Jackie Joe. arrived here from Alabama and has won many for a very enjoybale entertainment that behind every cloud: there la some sunshine and maybe it t

and Mrs. O. C. White spent MI' J. L. Matthews of Alachua from Tampa Sunday and are friends by her pleasant manner Monday evening at the Campof will) turn out for the best after all.

|day in Jacksonville. was the guest of Col. and Mrs. D. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al- and dlspo :tlon. Mr. Whiteheadhas the Palms. Due to the hospitality !

E. Knight Saturday.State's varez. lived In Lawtey all his life and of Mr. and Mrs. Tlbbltts. I haven't got any berries but I sure have got a nice big
H. o. L. Beasley spent this I Is a man of many good traits. residents. of Keystone Heights and of shoes dress goods crop
I \lsiting In Tampa. Sterl Courtney The ceremony whit was neighboring dresses hats, etc;, which are not going V
has vicinity
very were invited
Attorney and Mrs. H. V. opened a to move very fast until the berr.'es: start
Knight spent Thursday in Jack- combined real estate and Insurance quiet was performed by the Bap Mr. Kerr showed. a numberof travel mention that moving. I merely y
fact
gh Top Shoes for strawberry sonville. agency at his place of business I list minister. The.bride was attired reels taken on trips from his so that In rime you need any ot the abovementioned .1
1-a. O8e at Stump's. on the highway just north In W.charming tan ensemble home In. Detroit to California articles you will think of me and I In return will

i Auto tope; of town. with accessory; to match. After through/; the Mojave desert, and to help you by eating nil the strawberries I can They say that '
and, Mrs. H. B Wiggins ion cushions and cush- I the ceremony They;left for Gainesville Florida. A number of the scenes demand governs the price and naturally If I can reduce the ,
Id lust week to Hampton. covers. M. Lev.ton. 26tfMr. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stevenson for a few days'when they will In the latter reel were taken nt supply by eating, the price w'll go up. Talking about shoes I e
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arrived here recently from Pitts- return and reside .111. the Whitehead the Camp of the Palms, and In and you ought to see the new line ot Arch Support Shoes we'just 1

a,. C C Frank spent the week Oeogre: Flynn returned Wednesday burgh, Pa. Mrs. Stevenson however home here,{ Their: many around Keystone Heights A Felix got In; they're priced at $4.9G and fit perfectly.V.. I... r d
lth relatives In Jacksonville. from New Smyrna where was called home the first of friends wish them ta.long! and happy cartoon comedy and an Our Gang las and 1 are still good friends so I am going to continue DOIIR'I I '
-- he spent the. past month. this week life. comedy were also shown.HAMPTON his shoes.
on account ot the If
..... ... Illness you want foot comfort try a pair. I know. they
lid and garden seed of all va- of a relative. In Honor of MiHH ,\M\"KKI) are O. K, because I wear them myself NI. t

ts at J. F. Klckliter's.C . Mrs. E. L. Eggs: was hostess to I Mesdames R. U. Thede W H. ........................
I the Afternoon, Bridge Club last J. L. Chamberlin of Bethel Edwards and T. J, Terry were I I .
Ii. Smith was a buslnes Friday. Vermont joint hostesses ..t .... m...-
at '
spent a short while in a delightful miscellaneous : U. sill MFC'Mil
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fr, In Jacksonville morning. Starke Saturday. Mr. Chamber. shower Thursday p. m. Ml.. Ail* Nlmmit. ('... A I I dare for "P fe STERNBERG'S S ...... Tarr
Ha has been in the given in honor of Miss tart =
state for Elna Ar IIp.ln
I Dressmaking alterations and several i.........N............ ray to r.r. I
C L. Brown was a business plain sewing. Mrs. P. S. Dew cor- weeks and plans to spend the wood whose marriage to Mr. Cecil Mult.

Ir, here from Lake. Butler ner Cherry and Jackson. 214tf. 'next few months at Highland Whitehead" was an event. of Satur- The Junior boys of the Baptist Till: o
UKM.UILE
nesday. where he owns property. day night. Sunday School entertained the : NTOItU

Mr. Charles Fields left for Jacksonville The guests, which included nearly Junior girl. at four o'clock last r. S. (l MlnK out MunlinllAii. Hllrl for l.no
-Inch dress glngtiarn :lOc peat Monday, having recently J. L. Peek, T. T. Long and H. C. sixty were met at-the door by Friday evening In the pine forest .
Stump's. enlisted In the Navy I Wall attended a banquet in Jacksonville the honoree who-greeted them In'' west of town. They were chaperoned -- - ---.---,- -. ..... ---.Go

I Monday night given by the a charming manner. She was attired by their teachers, Mrs. A. .. .
K C. Hitch. Mr. Owen Grit Miss MaBelle\ Fore spent the offlcers of the Florida National in a fluffy little afternoon A. Durden and Mrs. O. L. Harris were the guests of Mrs. Carpenter's spent. the week-end. with her conn.

nd Dr W. C. Young, Jr., were week-end with friends In Lake Guard In honor of Maj. Gen. William frock ot flowered\ 'georgette.:. on. They gathered; violets. played parents, Mr. and Mrs J. In, Ages: Kathryn Weent. p Iw0

cksonvllle Wednesday night. City. G. .Everson chief of the MI- The afternoon was spent In two tames; and had a delightful out- I'ursley this week, .
Etta Bureau at Washington I). C. Interesting contest relating: to a Ing. At the conclus'on of the exercises Mr. Coleman Tucker, and sister, l'U'Tl'IU: 0|, mClINnl .,
I. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent Mrs. Harvey Long of Jackson- bride tin( which Mesdames J. T. they. all enjoyed a welner )Miss\ Annie Laura Tucker, have as ON 111i11S'Y MIf1NA
Inesclay afternoon in JackSon- ville visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. J. \Davie'accompnled by Moore- and I). W Moore won roast their /guests this week, Messrs. OlIver f
Mrs. W. M. Edwards this week. MI<. and Mrs. O. C."Oavls and little the prizes a' pretty scarf and aj W. H. Jones one of Hampton's' Thomas and J. C, Skinner of plcfurn of th,\ Memorial t6'M!

_--- daughter.. Mr. ,iW.i C. Davis, Jr., box of stationery experienced and noted fishermen" I Macon, Oa. bridge across the St. Johns river
and Mrs.' B. S. Carroll were "The Qossard Line of Beauty," and !Mr. J. C. Howard all of Jacksonville Little Miss Mni\ .>t Edwards accompanied who was one of the contestants In Itev. F, M. Taylor, who Is pastor will appear on highway sign,
luksonvllle Sunday. see the new models at Stump's; spent Sunday in 'VII 1115- by her mother on the the Field and Stream contest, won of the Dedan Baptist church received now being sketched by W. O Mc- ,
--- tOil with his father W. C. Davis piano sang the following while a f 100 prize The fish faugh, was a much appreciated surprise Furland at the plant of the dam>

Ug. doth, lOc per yard at Mr. and Mrs.. J. I\ Doyle, Jr.. who was celebrating his seventy- pulllnif In a prett.ly decorated a big mouthed black bass, weighing last Sunday when he went to City riiittilera Supply:' Co.
j'P'sII.' 4nd Mr. and Mrs. Howard Luck first birthday. wagon filled with beautiful presents /; fifteen pounds. Mil h'n regular appointment at nodun. The sign which will bo 10 feet
# for the Rev. Norris I high and 00 feet long Is to bo
were In Jacksonville Sunday, brlde-to-bu. will preiuh at the The members of the church
I I. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee anti Mr. and Mrs. W L. Edwards; of Off to the market Elnamuet go First Baptist church nt Hamptonnext had learned that last Sunday was erected on State Hlghtvay No. 1 at

( I I. L. Jr//, were visiting friend Interwoven Socks,, two pair for Jacksonville, are announcing the For Cecil needs plenty of food Sunday: morning and evening. Rev. Taylor's birthday and had tho point where It Is InterHurtrd" try

tilatka. Monday. $1. Worth more. The Quality arrival of a little daughter, Wednesday you know Ills subject for discussion at (the gone prepared( to proud a delightful State Highway No 28, the Pa.latkll.IlIke .
-.- Store. March B. The little ladyh08 Saturday morning the shopping Is morning/ /; scrvlco will be "Artlcltis birthday dinner to their aged City route.
Ira. Hugh Watson of CinrinOlilo been named( Fredrlka Struth done < of Faith and Church Covenant pastor. This! act of kindness not Appropriate levering will tell

was the guest of ColI ]. Mrs. Stanley Carnell and little Mrs. Edwards was formerly! Miss Then a. ten'party and oh such The subject lined.<<1 at the evening/; I only showed how thoio vnoole appreciated I the tourist that I the nearest way to
I Mrs, D. K. Knight Hilda Struth fun! i service will be "A I the Hast' Coast Is via I'alatka.
recently, sons ot Ormond are the guests of of Starke. I Sermon) Nobody << their pastor, but It showed
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Cakes and ,jellies shy\ will have to Likes" that they loved to do the things The sign' was sketched front( I a
I !Mis. M. K. Edwards left Wed make, Ii Mr.' and Mrs. O. lluyncs and that nod's says do In tho way of picture of the bridge, the Idea -

.There are seven new shades nesday for Jacksonville where she .off to the shower lut us all go Mrs. P. n. Hunt had an dlnna/ raring for their kind, loving pas lug supplied by J, F. Clodard.-('*- I
NT A % will be the lief to how Klua guests last Thursday Mrs. latka Daily/' News.
WORD among our individual color crea- guest of daughter we all clove her so. I T. J. tor.
tions in Humming Bird hoes. Re- Mrs. J. L. IlrlRgs for several days. The presents werf passed and Thomas Mrs. Whllaker.. Mrs. Col- Little Bobb'e Johns, who' had POLITICAL .
member they are guaranteed atStump's. From' there Mrs Edwards will go admired by all after which Mrs. linn, and Mrs. Yomann. all of Vul- tho misfortune ot breaking his. ANNOUNCIOMUNTISPill : :

COLUMN : '-.- .- : -. to New Orleans La., where she M\, !R, CILrrtl-dlntjl. tiu jj.,4.* Jovely" dosta. They spent the afternoon leg about six weeks ago, hits many HMI'IIMNUNTl'IIVH: i .?
wall: make an extended visit with suing t sightseeing at Hampton Beach, friends here; who are 'glad to -

I BALE-,. Simpson sugar cane The Sew and So Club met at 'the Mr.:.and Mrs. L. ,L. Roone.n.I'l'TY The hostesses 'er'ctheir Keystone He'ghts and other places know that ho Is able to be up I take thlH' method ot otinounelnic ',
r seed Porto guests with a delicioualc of Interest again. my ounrtl'liie-y: for reprfincintlitlT
,. genuine Rico home of Miss Blanche Alderman course from county, Huhjnrt to action 4l
set potato Seed. J. M Truby, Tuesday night. In the colors of sweefpfai; Sweet Rev Montgomery preached at Mr.\ and )Mrs. Shiver of Stnrko, of his Uurnticrntlo primary of
arke' Fla: '1.17t1o : IIKGISTHA1IOV OF- pea were used throughout! the the Methodist church last Sunday were business visitors here last silt June: to Brit work If for l.v 1 ;lvrl, I I*:| | i i ,
: I'I'Jo'In'UH (r tin brat I.ntrre.lsterdgere.ls v'thu
Yellow homespun yard wide,9, rooms. of the Terry home and add- morning and evening Satuiday. ('ltI.""" of my lounty gad I mint
CASH- Buys my five 'room cents yard.. Stump's. ed much to enhance the beauty-of Mrs. Carp ten ter and son, Jack, Miss Hilda Sullivan of Therensa. :nt nil llnioD.' : Your, s.p port will b.,
niirliilcil N l It WAINWItlUHT, ,
.. Precinct No. 1, LawteY-G. W. the afternoon. .
fimgalow located on Church -- - - - .
Roberts. !
reet. Balance like rent. See Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth and -
Precinct No. 2, Starke (North)
Irs. B. S. Johns.,. 3-7-2t Children of Jacksonville are vis- ......
-P. E. Canova. eeNNeee'.......1.
ting Mr. and Mrs. Wm., H. Struth. .
It t SALE --- Player piano for Precinct No.3. Starke (South) Keystone Heights :

!5.DO cash also folding cot, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Trigg and -J.: W. Morgan. MI.. Helen Under. Cur; .
1.00.i Apply Mrs. B. S. Johns M,'. Gary Stanton of Jacksonville, Precinct No.4, Graham-C.' B. .
3-7-2t- I Roberts. ..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .-............ r
I were guests Sunday of Mr and
Mr;. 'J. A. Saul. Precinct No 5, Hampton* V.' Mr. and Mrs. W J. Jenkins of atin

I: SALE 10 bushels Porto Jones. Cincinnati Ohio were recent
]'co seed potatoes. Will take Circle No. 2 in charge of Mrs.L. Precinct No.6. Theressa-Mrs.J guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jenk-
11 I 100 for the lot. W. M. Monden, G. Powell .will meet at the homeof ..Ft. Dickinson. ins and Mrs. Anna Hall.
larke. It.* Mrs. H. L. Brownies Monday Precinct No. 7, New River-M. Mr. and Mrs. 10,. ti...Jteamor and a.
afternoon, 3:30."Star : L. Johns. : children( left last week for their

It t SALE-Cabinet vlctrola.l 25' '-1". -- Precinct No.8. Brookjer- B. home in Franklin, Pa. , .
pattress, alt steel wishbone fab- Brand Shoes .are better." Colson. S *7Book's ,.Wf, an<1 Mrs. Johnfralters l Istt
r IU springs, $12.00 bow back Stump's Store. open from first Mondayn Tuesday for Uhacufrf: Y.
lining chairs $1.00, fruit' Jars March to and including first Air, and Mrs J, H. Lawrenceand Jl/dge/ No. J Size
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I''e: each. Sterl Courtney. 228tf. Mrs. T. T, Long and Misses Monday in April In precinct offices daughter,. Helen,,Mrs. Thorpe Blue for 25c
Ethel Griffin and MaBelle Fore and from first: Monday In April to and !Mrs. Dannemon drove to Salads[ June Peas, 3 .: -
May first at office of for -
>T-Between supervisor in Jacksonville
J post office and weroIn Jacksonville Monday Saturday, 25c
Starke. Pints -
curt house olive drab cloth night. Mr.'and Mrs. James Houser and Oil d
Irlef case containing papers. II. C. WALL.2212t !Mrs W. H. Ogden were In Starke Wesson 1 For Laundry r S

rlnder return to C, H. Coulter Mr. and 'Mrs.\ .W.: J. Griffin and Supervisor. of Registration 'Thursday afternoon.Mrs. 5 sJ. t"I '
G soap
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tale Forestry Office TallahasPl Mrs: O. N. Vanlandlnham: of Jacksonville John Lawrence, her mother Camy'g: Large c72c & _
"e. were guests of Mrs. O. WKATIIKK: REPORT Mrs.\ Boyd 1\1'ss; Daisy Boyd Van

J. ,Griffin. Monday. and H. R. Lawrence drove to Pa- _ 11OUSe
l SALE! CATSUP 1Z --- Maxwell
-Improved Missionary
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-- Week ending March 5, 1930. latka Friday. 39c
ftrawberry plants. Northern Get my price on Tennessee and Date Max. Mln. Preclp. Mr. land Mrs. Oxborn Stuart of Coffee Pound
town. Free from disease and Ford Hook Beans before buying. Feb. 28 82 67 Gainesville were visitors In Key- ,
ematode (or Insect pest.) price J. F. Klckliter. 2-21-tf. Feb. 27 73 67 stone Heights. Saturday. Pure. Cane 1 56c 4 l
|ipr *8 prepaid $2.75 per 1,000. Feb. 28 79 49 Mr. and Mrs J. H. Houser and 10 Pounds, f

fouihern Plant Specialist. Dins- Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Thoman Mar. 1 83 80( Mr. and Mre F? E. Carr. drove to Sugar' NATIONAl.l/ISCurTS/
lore, Fla. and their Miss Elizabeth: Palatka 5cy
____ uO" 2-28-tf.r guest Mar. 2 68 60 Sunday. -
I'l Holmes spent Sunday at Silver Mar. 3 49 33 .27 Another delightful (ravel talk Good Grade T> rt.v<><; tOl ._
SALE -- Second hand [um- Springs. Mar. 4 67 29 .03 was given by Mr.' Tlb'bitts Thurs- A 25c '
|'or (good for strawberry sheds) i r S 5pounds
: MsMise 33 *-* dnyeftr4tgglopil'Heeitb: : pp4-tlw -
f'of,' paint, tools, stoves, fence Hazel Middleton was hos- Total rainfall .30 inches. Great Out-of-Doors 'the talk Rlce, SENSATIONAl.
ickets one roll of barbed wlr tess to the members of the Tues tI1ESE S/JECIALS
1'iii' many other things valuable. day Afternoon Bridge club' this NOTE SA VING ,
W\ I E:: Oaugherty. It. week. 4 MoNEY Vegelable

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R RENT r-"'Cheap. two light I Sulphur mixture for strawberries ACOM10UNingafl'1) '

louse keeping apartments, or at J, ,F. KIckllter's. 1.05
|room, for transients. Or -

ould lease, or sell entire house Mr. Gerald Middleton arrived .I

and lots cheap. W. E. Daugh- here from Tampa last Friday end

rly It. Is visiting his parents Dr. and per '. 18c '

Mrs. W. B. ,Middleton.'
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R SALE CHEAP One, din- -. '

ng table; six: chairs; china Dr. And. Mrs. E. .L, Biggs will i Sa d 27c/
beet; mission' library. table; have laW weeJr.end'.gllests ''their
|'Iwo heaters; cook .t"... Call niece Miss Hazel Oliver, and Mis I 25c
Mrs. Julia Kimball back>of Dr. Mildred Clark., both of Baldwin; K .
Rlgg's officer. -
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;Fr\\ ompoundLard, 25c
Mr: J. L, Frazee, Jr., leave Armour's C for. - -
It SALE I have 30 acre farm day for his home !In Petersburg t 3' Cans

"r will trade for a small place Va., after spending this week herewitJ1is pork :ud} Beans, Q,.
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1'10 small town.house 411:'on under' It 'land'hnc a.,'.barn..HAS L parents.- :' - . r' ,Home.becomes.' p, morcOJorhf; [ ')fl|() Gibb's
lee able to tin fn ,when
1 Mrs. S. L, Alvarez: .of Starke. Listen in on the, Interwoven program place ,
9 o'clock Friday eights, and equipped with' needful itema fcflfi: : '. '. STOREVJ1ER8 :

then come to the Quality Store for hardware. ,
RAWBERRY "REEFERS" for a pair of the guaranteed Interwor yf' I.:::1' -C ,
sale.' We are offering at a bargain en Socks. "" IS A cERT

price 75 eighty-quart .DeWITTJONES' SATISFACTION
trawberry' refrigerators, in MU Edna HVttet u>enit the >\ i
rood condftion. Write or Mire week-end la JacksoAvllle: ':: the ' '
for Prices. Klstner Brothers guest of' her' Meter.*,,1 JoI..... *A.: H. .. 'w STARKE, FLORIDA .

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How toRaise the adult turkey the symp-
Farmers and FarmingBy toms are practically the same ex-

cept that they do not appear as l}
quickly Inth'e'young' birds. And
Agricultural; Editor)
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tPoultry they die in a few days after you

note they have It.
By Dr. L. D LeG ar. V.S. Put your flocks on clean, un- PULL. Rows

Farmers and Truckers .are Invited to Contribute Articles I 5*. Louii./ Mo. contamInated ground, clear away
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1.lmG I mdu f f fh Ontario -
of Farm Lxp er.cl He Best Suited to Our Country of llv. .fm.k end _II..... Emlnvnt Above all keep your turkeys away ---- --
.uthorlrv. 4i Brack from chickens. Don't make
n poulcry rtlalne.Natlonallv your
known poultry br..J.r. from CornMore GEORGIA Is the only: state that Sell the Whole Crop
-- - N......author and l.clur.r.Mv the mistake for :nstance, of building produces more watermelons. than.
your brooder Jiouse with a cement than ft chemical productsare Florida. "We are coming fast ", the t till>>
FIND THE FACTS AND I floor so that It can't be mov- derived from corn,a speaker told v-o--- when the entire cltru 'amp u
,\r1I'I the American Ohemlcal Society at America will either be n rlCOteclb
ed. You want that brooder house
Columbus Ohio. Eleven companiesin > Its raw form, or convortc ,
THEN DECIDE ABOUT nJ..U'KIIK\U TUB] Tl'KKV: I as far away from the farm buildings the United States are making Paper Mulch for Gardens served juice or dried powa .mtop orlllo,(

RAIHKKH': lilTIAItOO: as possible. It's a splendid starch, corn sugar, corn syrup and Gardening without weeds Is (forecast in the production of such thump
AGITATED QUESTIONS thing to give growing turks a corn oU. Much of the corn formerly by Jack Marshall in Florida pectin, cUrla acid and all '
Nlt'lctrst MraMiirvN\ May lt<. Nrrentnry I change of ground and pasturage used In making:whiskey now con- Crown. Mr. Marshall tells of the -Tht American Frim,\
to I'retrnt Till /Scourge every few weeks. Alfalfa, sweet verted Into solvents for the lacquer paper mulch method, which was
I "Bubble, bubble, toll and trouble. Inrlustry. Between eight and ten originated by a pineapple grower In 11'-0-- -
1'rxim \\'II l IIIIC Out an Knlln1'ltHk clover, or a plot of rape that Is
." The pot of nclvce--true: and Hints On March of Promising and Profit I away out on ,the farm Is the finest used million each bushels:year of in corn making are betas ethyl: heavy Hawaii.asphalt The rows paper are covered, with with the a THE POTATO PLANT 13 '111'11\11.( ,I

11 falne-to farmers Is always bub- able! Poults. thing ,ln the world to prevent alcohol and acetone., Some of the plants! growing either in the cracks fected by physical condlt n of Ibo! l

bling, and the farmers are always Farm Work Given blackhead durrng these dangerous other products are soap, glycerine, between the lengths of paper or food.soil -and V-C by pamphlet.moisture uui MM'''
The bugaboo to turkey raising early growing: weeks. rubber substitutes and vegetable through holes or silts cut in the
+ lolling and are usually In trouble. "- Blue. paper. The government is experimenting _
State Leaders la that dread disease Blackhead.The ----,-------- -- V-O-
Soap box ralors, stick whiltlers, v-.)- with the method. Its advantage -
l name Itself Is misleading, for 10.1; TONS CROTALARIl:" O is that It keeps weeds from New Standards for
mule traders, business men, lawyers It does not describe a symptom SOLD TO ,,'J.tutUHmHS: "We have handled V-O exclusively growing: and holds moUture.In the Syrup |
,, politicians tact, Just March Is the time that farm In other words the head of the tur- and soles have Increased each sou. The method has proved especially Cane and sorghum 'IDS ,Jl
work gets under In full blast. year. V-O(trows Hne crops."-Btchleu produced by some 400.0OV urm
and
about all people not c-onjiiecfed way key does not necessarily; turn valuable for orchard \
Gainesville. Fla E L. Lewis let A Feed Co.,:Dealer,Beckley,W.Va. the U.S.Department of AKrioultuii
shrubbery plants, small fruits, ell-
with farming- consider them- The following h'nfa. on things to dark or black, general manager of the Palo Alta says. About SO.Ooo.ooo( < utu l
g, ,ftelven competent to give advice of do during the month will serve to First we must get clearly In Fruit Corporation, recently stated v-a--- etablua the V-O and plant flowers.food for If'these BloomAld same syrup are produced even 'tu ?U.{

: the first water to farmers There help busy farmers remember certain nind.' that there In no cure for that his Company had sold 105 Grow uses, Is mixed with the soil-either the product has not beet[ '11110111
How
jtf IV '11 ever an all-wise Moses ready to Important Jobs. that might be Blackhead. That Is a hard thingto tons of Crotalarla seed to Florida to Potatoes under a paper mulch or withoutany and some oUt has shown I'kaea
lead the farmers out of the wilderness overlooked They are by staff Bay, but it is true nevertheless. farmers to be sown as a cover crop In Pennsylvania: there is a 400- mulch ai all-the results. are but qualities when put uipackages. In rOlt'
? whether 'ior.not this Moses members ol the Agricultural Ex- Someone bobs up every day with a for the coming I summer, and that Bushel Potato Club. Dr. J, B. R. astounding.

gl at knows a thing about farming or tension Division and Experiment new "cure" end we are glad so" he was trying to negotiate for the Dickey methods of the of state Its college members studied and v-a--
has ever made a. success of anything Station. much Interest Is being manifestedn more seed from the
Company'sseed found that "the great majority
J k' but whittling sticks and spitting ItriHxl Sows to farrow in April the rubject. The day will come I plots In Porto Rico The Florida Department of ..'.
j, amber. And no matter who should have good allowance of nu- perhaps when a real cure will be II "'. Entomology produces and '"
distributes pests that prey on
thlsMoses be when he tritious feed take of found. But "" ...
may nor ; advantage right now we are In- '-.... other pests. One is a fungus
+{ i rises up to( the the "dear peepul" w'nter cover crops of oats, rye and terested in a far more valuable IIOU1I.ON: SEED DUSTER1ST -.. that helps to control the cit
r yIi l 1, he will always have some follow rape; feed some shorts. movement, that of preventing COUNTY AGENT'S OFFICE ---- rus white fly. Another Is an A lot of the syrup ha l
' era.Y Poultry. Early layers are blackhead. For after all prevention .---.. '.'- Insect that attacks the cot been going to waste every rear b-!
Starke Fla.-A home made seed -- tony-cushion scale cause the marKet: did not want&I
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With real and alleged information hatched In March or April: if la the best cure In the world. --
flying thick and fast, t If) behooves hatched earlier, they are likely to Blackhead la an infectious dis duster sits in the office of County v-o-)) Now Chemistry the Department's and Bolls has worked Bureau 41 I
rK' us farmers to stop and doa moult in late Bummer; hatched ease. It is caused by a germ that Agent T. J. Rickenbaker, Bradford used a complete fertilizer, a large ways for blending standardlzlnl ou
1'ttle thinking for ourselves. We later, they do not pass. through affects the liver and the blind gut County, and instead of advising part"of The which was applied In the Make Every Tree Work and treating;syrup so as to produa I

need to sit, on a log out under the summer season so well. or caeca. If you( have a micros- farmers to dust their seed he tells row.8-8-8 the average average total analysis application was ,"Keen production records of your an article of standard and sustained I
,1 I hade of some big tree, light up Field and P"'uMlant only I cope that will magnify several them to bring them In and they about 060 pounds per acre. orchard trees. Find those that are character. "This method will Drop I
+ our pipes sand take a while for healthy sugar cane (use' no stalks hundred times you may see that actually do the job In the agent's Three men made over 600 bushels drones and those that are heavy ably permit the establishment dl

'k ? cool, cajm collected meditation., showing red streaks Inside) to control germ. But you don't need glasseswen I office. per acre. Each of these used about ., .. plants cooperative," says blendingand the Secretory cannlail of Ian I
+ We need to really know which red rot. Plant pasture crops to see its effect. which is more The duster was built by a local : l.ooo pounds per acre of 4-8-4 fertilizer -. "- culture. .
Moses ''la going to lead us out of For May and June grazing German Important. druggist. Due to its simplicity) applied in the row. .-. 11'-0
I "The highest yields were always
r the wilderness and which one, if or Brown Top millet plantednow Young turks are most suscept- extension specialists expect a number produced at the lowest cost per
1 k followed, will lead us to calamity means Increased' grazing 40 ibble, although it affects grown as I of farmers to duplicate'it. bushel," Dr. Dlokey reported. "THE FARMER OP THE PUTini|

N Naturally, we want to follow the to 60 days later Scatter lespedeza well. The germ enters with the Practically every Important po- will will preferto..matnHU-reUant.1II be more group-conscious that I Ibis
one and part company with the seed over pasture lands food and Is found in infected POULTRY PROFIT tato-produclnc county and soil grandfather was. He will be'tm-1
i ( I other.In I (northern and western Florida) ground, where droppings from ; FACTORS SHOWN I1Y type In the state was represented. producers, and top-craft the heavy ter organized for the sat eguardbi
our medltat'on! we should for increased grazing during sum birds that have had blackhead or LATE FARM! SURVEY The Important man and than his methods the locality are more and producing stock on the drone tr.... of his economic Interests. Hswtl\

) 3C seek to find the facts, and not mer; or'sow seed on top of,, oats, droppings from chickens, contamInate the Certain trees ore profitable and achieve greater control over his on I
others do
I jump at conclusions and not try to cut oats and leave lespedeza for the soil. Poultry profits are lnfuen I
which do
surpluses
i prove a thing d thing. a certain summer pasture. The blackhead germ attacks the largely fcy the percent of pullets periodic so mud
to break his markets. -Struck f[
way Just because we want it to be Cotton Field.-Plant latter half liver first and from the diseased In the flock number of winter Farming Needs Trained Men 11'-0, Dunla .

.I, proven that certain way. We of this month In order to have cot- tissues of the liver these germs eggs, and total production, FrankW 'The greatest need of Florida's .number of plant*per acre can be v-a -
should not be the man who says ton ready for boll wevll treatmentat pass through the bile duct and Into Brumley, assistant professor agriculture today Is trained men. Increased, when potatoes are well
1 there are always two sides to every proper time. tho intestines, from whence It of farm managment, Florida Col- and regardless of what It costs to fertilized. This results In better "We have been doing buslnn I
train them the state must cave shading of the ground, thus lessenIng with the V-O long the I
company so
question side 'and the Grove
-my and rt'lI8"1.-Cltrus: completes Its deadly circuit by returnIng lege of Agriculture, pointed out
them If Its agriculture Is to pros- the evaporation of moisture we feel like one of the family ml I

J, wrong side. Keep harrow going In grove every to Mother Earth via the over the radio from a recent survey "
per.-DR. WILMOM NEWELL, Dean, from the soil and checking; the are treated that way. -Simso> i I IDobion
Let ua first get at the facts and week or ten days. Trim nursery dropp'ngs.It : of 104 Florida farms.In Florida College of Agriculture growth of weeds.-V-C pampNef. I Dealer, OreenevlUe Tea I
then make our decisions. stock, preparatory to budding; takes from ten days to two the survey, he said, the flocks
( start budding if stock is ready. weeks for the disease to show itself that produced less than 20 eggs

This is a good time to prune out after Infection. The greatest during the. winter months were

', Farmers' ladidClub dead limbs and branches. Sprayor source of danger of course is for I composed of about 45 percent pullets i

dust late fruit with sulphur, if the young turkeys to run with,I while_those_that produced over VIRGINIA.CAROLINA CHEMICAL CORPORATION(
Meet Over rust mites are numerous Sprayto chickens or to be exposed to older! ISO egg had. 75 percent pullets. -'- r -- -
control scab with 3-3-60 Bor- birds from flocks that have had The'25"farms having highest w'n- A nuiubvr <01< ,,-u club b,;>ys liu.ro i'uit Pierce ,.:: Fort Pierce )

WRUF I deaux plus I percent of oil. Peach: the disease, and on ground that ter egg production averaged 1900 ".J( GLEANINGS: been responsible for the improve-iormally opened.
Monday Spray again with lead arsenate and has been contaminated. That Is more profit.than the 25 farms having From Club Hoys' Herords. ment of hogs in their counties by Avon Park r- Barnett Nail

pick up and destroy wormy drops; about as close to. turkey suicide as !lowest winter production. distr buting registered pigs to Bank opened for business
'1 Many New Members Enrolled$ this 'should loaaen. later damage you can come. I There was*also a close relation, their neighbors. w th capital stock of 160,000.,

r Agricultural: Kxtcimlon:: Division From curculio (worms), Pecan: But even on fresh ground, if the. he said, between the number of .. .. , .... .. r
to fllv Program leach< Spray or dust with l lead arsenate, young birds are allowed to be with' winter eggs and total production. Club notes have been preparedby -

Hay N'IdV"'k.. as the leaves come out, for case the older birds! that are Infected Birds laying around 20 eggs during R. W. Blacklock extension

,-, bearers and bud worms Fig: the danger may be almost as great the winter generally had a state The boys' club agent, as follows: STRA W BERRY PLANTS OF QUALITYFor
I A farmers' radio club, actually Spray with 4. -aO Boreaux to con- Young turkeys have ravenous ap yearly production of around. 125 annual 4-H club boys' short
r holding meetings over the air, Is trol diseases. petites. They pick at everything in eggs, Those laying: 30 eggs during course wail: be held at the UnIver-
now a reality and Is creating considerable I Garden ,and Truck.-Spray cucumbers sight. Fresh contaminated drop- winter were likely to average I sity of Florida.by the Agricultural fifty years we have\ grown and sold the best straw.

y' Interest amo.ng farmers and tomatoes with' 4-4.50 pings contain, the blackhead germIn over 160 a year Extension Division June 2-7, 1930. berry plants grown. See! our agents and get your orderin

d who desire to use the radio for Bordeaux to control downy mil its llvest, most dangerous stage. The survey showed that it cost The three 4-H scholarship boys with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop la

learning of improved practices. At dew and nail-head rust, respect- To show you how insidious the slightly more to produce eggs In now Florida in the State freshman class at the short th's season every place so we advise you to get order
least that's the way, It looks from I, ively. !Spray; onions with tobacco dlseaso is. turkeys have been the winter, but the high price of College of Agricul-
the response to ,the organization I I extract and soap for thrlps. Care known to contract blackhead when winter eggs e greatly' exceeded the ture, passed every hour' of their in early and make sure of your wauts.My .

k program of the Florida ; for seedbed and make additional placed w.'thj! Incubator, chicks. In- extra costa the' Increased :year- college Russell work for the first semester. agents are A. J. ,Grlflfla,'A.' J. Thomas, F. F. Flume,

Radio Club given over Farmer"j; planting of tomatoes,':eggplants fected ground that 11 all, been'plow' ly product) was great enough to scholarship Henderson'"boy. a 4-H club Hrownlee Hro., Bradford County Strawberry Assolatlon
ta4 the state radio station and peppers. Plant beans, cantaloupes : ed and seeded has been known to lower the average cost per dozen. was recently
v: A large number of members, intlud'ng watermelons, cucumbers, carry the. lurking danger. Hens The 10 most profitable farms elected to Alpha Zeta, national agrIcultural and J. H. .Moore, Lawtey, Fin. .Prices. good Missionary,

3" some of the state's best sweet corn, cauliflower, kale, are carriers of the parasite and averaged 1621' eggs per bird for the honorary fratern'ty at from young l>beds 1OOO to 5OOO, $3. Over ffOOO, f::,73, f.
the Florida
farmers, have already enrolled. kohlrabi. Transplant tomatoes, when allowed to roam with turkeys year, 32 during the winter and College of Agriculture. o. b.
t The club was organized In cooperation eggplantt' and peppers. Use poison may Infect them. Your boots had 78 percent pullets, he stated. Enrollment In 4-H clubs la hero.'J.
( with the Florida Agricultural bait for cutworms. will carry the germ from Infected The 10 least-'prfitable: farms averaged Bradford county has grown from A. BAUER
11 in 1929 to 160 In
1930.A .
Extension Division. The ,_('hab Hoy*.-See your county ground Into the new fresh yard.It 121 eggs per bird for the
gyp? Division will follow the club's suggestions agent about feeding a few barrow. Is easy to spot the first ap- year. 17 during winter, and had club total of 10,000 ears of 4-H LOCK BOX ttft JUDSONIA> ARK.

in arranging and presentIng for May market; there Is moneyin pearance of the disease In a flockif 55 percent pullets. Florida corn Fair was shown at the South I
this
programs at the meetings this. Prepare your land well you are at all observant. When Tho three i points, winter eggs, year. I, .. '
ery first and third Monday at before plantng: corn. poults appear lazy and lag behind percent pullets, and total produc- -' -

+, 12:16: Eastern Standard Time over -._. the rest of the flock, look out. tion, seem to go hand In hand and
WRUF I They are not lazy at all, but ailing.As Mr. Brumley believes that the
The Agricultural Extension Division )1 CLUB MEMBERS' this weakness grows they takeon farms relatively high In' these

: gives a farm program at FLACK IN JANUARY a droopy appearance. They points should realize a yearly profit Read What Y Neighbor Says

the same hour each day except HOMR .RGO CONTEST walk wth: a slow measured tread, of "more, -. "than those, ,' relatively.
Sunday. The main topics to be head down and wings carelessly!low. >
t discussed next week ('110w: The January report of the Florida About J. A. Bauer's Blue Ribbon
Home Egg Laking Contest has :
Saturday; Mar. 8-Florida Farm
Mews and tho. latest hints from Just been announced by Norman
R. Mehrhof extension Brand Plants
F poultryrrfan.
the U. S.
Department of Agriculture. l. ,
One hundred and eighteen reports BROWNLEE BROS. .g.,(npDERTS i
Including record on 38,348 birds
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W Monday, Mar. 10 Influence
were received and showed an average Starke Lawtey Starke Fla. Feb. 12th 1930.
of Extension Work'on Rural Life ,
._A. P. Spencer, vice-director, production of about 13 eggs. Mr. J. A. Bauer, Judsonia, Ark.
', per bird during the month.
Florida Agricultural Extension Di Dear Sir:
Among the five highest farm
vision. The County Agent and the
i'' Farmers' Problem In 1929-J. flocks two 4-H club members were The plants shipped Brownlee Bros., In your last ord r-were

V .Francis Tuesday.Cooper Mar., extension II1 What editor.to \listed.Lake Butler Lena placed Bennett second, age ,17 with of Useful Books for You for me. I must write and tell you how fine they are; have just

"Kxpect of a Co-operatlve-Dr. II. her 42 Rhode Island Reds ave. finished setting fifteen thousand of them. Have never seen bet-
I-- aging 20.3 eggs. Morris Lamb, age ter
(1, Hamilton, associate professor of ones.
agricultural economics, Florida 16. Orlando, entered 65 White W e have a series of helpful bookletsone -
'Yours
F College of Agriculture.' How a Leghorns which produced an aver- for each Crop-tO help increase truly
Farm, Management Study May age of 19.8 eggs per bird for J.,M. BROWNLEE.
fourth place. The highest farm Sent with
Help the Farmer-Frank W your profits. upon request,
Hrumley, assistant professor 'of flock was owned by Mrs. R. C. in and your Mr. ,Brownlee's letter
farm Sllgh, Largo, whose 80 white leg out cha.rge-or come get speaks for itself. We sent' Brownlee

Wednesday management., Mar. 12-Feeding horns average 20.7 eggs per bird. copies. It pays to know fertilizers: Bros. 30,000 of our bred up Missionary, Plants. See what he

Baby Chicks-Norman R. Mph, The 39 best birds backyard and averaged flock; contained 33.- Facts prove Bradley pay more 'profit thinks of our kind of plants. We can please you as well as we

rhof Not ,lose extension Fewer poultryman.Chicks from Why Die i 87 eggs. It was owned by Sirs: for every dollar invested in fertilizer.; did Mr. Brownlee. See any of our, agents and,give .them, your
P. II. Jones. Alva. The best ,order or order direct from at
comm me in this
ease-Dr. K. F. Thomas, assistant . prices ad. This makes
tal flock was owned by R. F. ., ; 50 '
't veterinarian, Florida Experiment! years of fair dealings with the'public'for the Bauer
' Od ll, Orlando, and the 407 White' firm. We
1 Station. Primer for Town Farmers. sell more plants than
all other
' 1 Uiguorus averaged 20.2 eggs. BRADLEY'S: growers in the South combined

!" t). Thursday Mar. 13 -""Tho Val- -a I and we can fill your orders. We will have plenty of good .l\lis-,

ue of Cover Crops to the Citrus The pine la said by some to<< II zionary: all through March and into early early April We

drove E. F. DeBusk, extension citrus have received Its name from the I $ FERTILIZERS to have the chance to serve you. hope
pathologist entomologist.Farm mourning and pining sound pro- .
Question Box: duced by ,the wind .
as It blows )
, Friday, Mar. 14 The Japan- through theuecilel.. ,("AA QUALITY") J. A. BAUER

ese Persimmon In Florida Harold \ Look for the "AA QUALITY" on the back of na7 ,

' Wowry, assistant horticultur Florida contributes 38 percentof bag fertilizer you bay. It I*you giurnuu ef quality JUDSONfA, ARKANSAS
lilt, Florida Experiment Station. the manufactured naval products -
f Farm Question Box.: In America.' '
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satisfying said
"" purpose Judgment 1 address of Camilla, fttato of
Widow et al, .r.-G.or.ndan.ii, tne underolKned 'April, A. I). 183U\ duringthe legal for cot. whoMe Icorgia '
Street aildremi
> fpeclal' Maftor Inn hours of Hale thereon In front of J. KPPERSON In unknown;
Etter&a rune, will offer for the South-door 1ro'r'J that they each are over Twonty-ona .Ii\tIC1\ '
'l'U" of the courthouse In Sheriff of bra
< County. Florida ..
ale yniira of *f : That thor I I.
at Public Auction to the no portion ,
cliy of Htarke
ne hlRhoet *".! bent bidder for cash Bradford, SInCe of Florida and County offer fort of '-1-6t-4- In the ptato of Florida n..rvtroof "
at the South Door of th. County ale and will sell to the anil a subpoena. upon whom would tt
highest'
Court bind either of the nalil. ilrfondanta.
house, In Htarka' Bradford bidder for rash the following: '
County. ssiEnirF"i., It la therefore ordvrml. That Mr... '
Florida "U,1iI
during the NcrlbtMl
Thy word is lamp hour of sale, on ,the 7th legal j Bradford UnI"Y. lying and being In (',url.. W Lldilnn, widow Mr. Kv- '
a unto teet ind day of ( Florida, towltr.iiMt ,
light :
GOLDEN RULE my i unto my nth.-Ptalm 119:105.: April, A .D. mo. Ih..fllllowlnll' lyn Ballny ant 1'. K halley untililffondantR ,,'
dencrllied Half .
of
the
.IIF. : Southwest quarIcr Notice" Is irlven that tinder and bv tto anti they v 'v
land lying ami beIng In of the Northwest quarter anti toe virtue 6f that certain writ of are requir'j "
execu i>il to to the bill '
r1eIugriu i All religious teaching. doctrine or Bradford! county Florida: to-wlt:.1.1South.u.t West Half of the Southeast quai"i', tion Issued out of and under the filed appear In Haiti of complaint I'
The chose on itr before .
r don't want anyone to get creed, 11 they are to have claim HouthweMt quuiter I of r the I Northwest quarter all in Hec- hnnd and ...."lor the Clerk of flrult Monday. the "Hvvrnth' lnv of April A
any ,
but let's all reason Upon the love, 1ofrit and devotion of the quarter of I the Northwestciiarter tlon 10, Township 6 Sviuth HanK<" Court of Bradford county Flor- I). 1930\ otherwise the alh'oatlnnlllf
ill', me. people must be in harmony with < And the Southwest 20 Eatet:
quartorof for the ofHatlsfylnir 1i i bonrlUMT date
the purpose March
4th. A. I>. ..
teachings mild
bill
- Und all pull together and the Christ whose words t into every fold and crevire the NorthwvBt quarter of the said. 1 1 lean, In that certain foreclosure" will h taken ax ranfenneil ,
I of tha decree.A. t>v each of
I said '
I til in a short time we'll all SPAKE human heart TifiS and of whom" it was said in John I:46,"NEVER MAN half J iflI hw.tst of utiaitur the an North.t the Uotilh S. CREWS.Nporlal suit wherein I*. It, Onlney was comlnl It IH furthi-r ortlxrpil defendant that thin !nn- '
LIKE half
MAN. "< "ant and O W. !!
Master
- better. of the In Chancery. Harry was de lice be publlNh once a Week for it r4
I n> in ''Pllai nl'' KDOW that everybody Is FOR MUICH 1>, 19tO: I I sun, did not retain moisture to Went half of the Northeast quarter and the Solicitors for Complaint 'lilt Court of Bradford County, ford County" Telmrrapn. a newspaper. '
Subject! The the quarterof '-?-&t-4-4. Florida, that I have levlnd upon nml nf general. circulation. puhllHhod In '
taxes and Parable '
I
high of the touthw..t
quaitcr of the
mint I
'
keep the will sell to the
grain alive. There were I .Smifhwput' highest" bidder for Hlnrkc, llrndfnrd i-ounty, Klorldn. '
Daedh ruler at It, do you? This Sower.. TowtiHhlp 5,')1'11..1., of Suction itrt. f'tiph, In front of Iho South' door of Witness, the Ural of Ihla .court alKO -
V South,
I parts of the land where the soil Range 22 KiiHt/ the courthouse 'In 'Stark, of
,I mrts us all. poor and Golden Text: "Who hath ears and containing 3d m.-r*. m re' or I ,HH, 1 KIIKIIIKI-'" S \I.IO>1 of ltrndfnri.1., ; State thecounly the name of (I. 'V. Aldrrman. "
.1 of i"lnrida.,1.rinr flvrk nf
"ttlil .
court thin
, to was good. but 't was filled with Mm the N..r'h".t. the 4th lay I
III i people that have 50rIrn1 hear 4et him hear. Matt., Southwest of the IcpTHl hours of Hale, on of .Mni-rli, A. l IJ.. 1S 10. ,' '
"thorns" quarter Southwest NOTICD: IS' lIVEN: That !Monday the 7th day of ,
which tinderand April A. l It
11Io the 139.: grew up apd killed "
( land are ones who quarter of Meet Ion 2S. .. by virtue of 1910: the followingland (I. W AII>r.HMAN.olIUlHt '
that pertain writ "* lylnn and
lIS, jing about the taxes. Now, Lesson Text: Matt. 13:1-23. the grain. .' ship 1'JiiHf!: and 5, contHlnliifr Mouth i., nll'u". morel 21. I I I't'x. i'iitloti Issued otit or and undt l h..ln" In Hruilfuril, connty, i'i.'rids, ( AKPII Clerk of I'ln-iilt rniirt
acres r the hnnd and. to-wlt lly Hl.AM'lin '
"But others fell Into seat of the Clrrk : AMUOItMAN
Owner, Just put your Definitions: "A parable Is astory good: or Iron alco! Kuxt half of Lot 48nixl ', i I ,,
[ ,mo,' c' thu ",'cult Court nf llradford 1 'III h"n"t quarter. of Houthenst lputy. Cl.rk.
11I//, the wheel and help of description of nature or ground,' and brought forth fruit, Kant half of Lot 49 In Hurt' Ion 1'01,111 y. Florida hvurlntr dute the i quarter' section. 111; 8ouihwentqntirtei A. S. rt l3\VS, '
i itu. .
T..p. 6. I
of actual 10ma an hundredfold, some sixty- South, llxiiiriSJ Mitxticiordluir Iffth ilny of July A. I L). IU2' !), on Hint I I "' nf Monthwent t iiunrter, Kast: SolU'ltor fur *'utn p Ia loon t.
and he will help you occurrences, designed to 'i 10 plat recorded, I Ii. S-7-M-4-4.
i an the 1 I curtain judgment for cnnlsn, whlihl half of SnnlInvent' quarlor: Went half
I I
,
. his tax bill. Take your teach spiritual truth." A parable fold, some thlrtyfold public, rvcoHlK of 1I..II..rtl fnumV.i' j I n. i iS:. Knliflit was plaintiff and 11. of Houlhcnxl quarter and NorthenstqtIarter -- l ,,
; 'I".lttlIn :
'II, of be ; You will notice that the field I lullO flat Hook 1, |page' 1, Ral.1 I R Iirown was defemlnnt: I In I:lie I I' of 1'I'lh..t, quarter of ",",'--
"junis out the hands may a short sentence or state- ''I fniitalnlnir 6 acre* i-iun" more Jndwet, lion, I It 1 nil
county : In 7
'thoI contained all the four kind of ,i 'I' U'HH liu'luilintr, one-liilf. uf nuut Count I coiitt' of Bradford '' v '', I : ,.. township., Mouth M tS'l'iIt''$'' S I Ill. I
I .> ,tate agents and bell ment, as "I am tho vine. Ye are I linn v l'lu'ltrl1. eel I lieu" tranm-rlpt'' t f ii tho ptirpoMi* of
runilwiiyx' ; to IKfv .
soil, and represented 8 iwlil d .f whl..hI". .. fllwil. In the. "''llt..fylllMal.1.! exeetitlun.
urn a farm. Do this or the branches." Peloubet says the minds of ,I I""'" whloh IN. ,nl rtti'oril 1 'm.. tIe ulIl)..1 Court of llrudford l'\rl'l'lt'l\ I! Notlvo Is hi-rnl'V it 1 von that under"
God and of Christ. When l>f tillfit, 'I'U Of HUlll , nounty Fl' l '' 'v. .1. NI'r'I HCN .
"There he had C. l-l\ havo' levied. iiiul by virtue .f thiit fertnln final
and about anil will
11.ran! put a man are thlrty'of the developed upon nrTer for
spoken the parable Je A. (i-HRWS.: Hiil* mill will sell Hh.'rllT of llriidfonl, l County. KlorlOa, Oetrpn) of fniwlostirei. ",ume ami, ron j "" ,'
ui on Mommy tho
.. will work and who I parables of Christ." ('autlon'I'I fe l i'> Jnl Master 3TBt.4.4In tiered. . '
ed the H: 1Ir. JOHNS Till .1. )' of April, A. H. I Ii.Id.: "UI lug' on March A I I'. )1930. l>*
In multitude \\ I I tin* l">frt'l I hoI ---- --" - - --- Iliuiorabli* A, & AilkhiH Jmlire of I Ike '
omethlng for himself i ii II ChaPter 12 of Matthews Jesus .- SullclUir, ru. of sale thoreon In I I iS' ,
upem ears to hear let him hear." Inverses (niiIiUnniii.' | t I. lluiil:i of tin. South floor "f Hi.. .....,fi I >O'l'tt"1! V\"'nty. "i clh .In,II,'III, Clloult. .m I'
i us for you, also. had de-nouneed the wickedness I \. 37rt44. UoiiHu In tltu i-lty of 1Ii": ,- ,,;:'County nll.1 l for IlInimtv, Florlfla.In. ('$
and hypocrisy of the Jewish' lead 10 to 17 Jesus told why he I' -- ..f lliuilfonl.' Hunts ..f Florltlu.. to I HithlKlivnl I that certain cause o I li>.11, In the I'",,,.
" circuit 'rmirl. .
PILtUis/ Twenty Stat
place a man on
a
HI liad begun teach' In iiinl. liirst hlililer for cnsh HIM ell-Hmlth tUmipniiv.: % ? II coiporntlonus t I '
' ers and they accused him of castIng UK parables, I .Imtlclul Clriulr Firs,)fol ti fondly t inplulnant t' ' '
say to him, "I am go- :MIIICI4 folloulnir .1 L'5I'I Ibuit ItindH. Ivlnn I ; and Klorliln.' In ii' nml 11 i Sweitt' soS
and then, explained the parable of holnw In ChunctrvCity I uirih' A. /$w.'ut I'lufimUnts. Ik
'lit out demons through t the the City of Stark*. UruUfonl *
of Htnrkn.
1'. IOU and I want you to power the sower. We cannot do better III Circuit Cuurf County, Florlila, to-wlt: I IMtHiiiiiniif I Complainant.a e"'porllll..II i uiiflei' : slN-nixl: : as cpe.'IgI maMler, will: ',, ',
the devil. The fame I Twenty-Sixth! Ju- still. ; :
and for
cash to I the
hlitlii-Ht ami bust
both. If I pop-
help A IU foot and (hion ,
It us you .
i | illclal
II)> than Circuit of Klorlitu... v. .
quote hi In unil for
1111. own words( : hlilder In of the : '
9outh fropt Court House
.. ''J, ;ont work I will remove ularity of Jesus was at Its height, "Hear l-tiRilford. "'..unl)'. In Chancery. Block 0 of of the Northwest ,' In"h"1 J. 11. Mc-Klnlnv, i>t nl, door In Hlarke, Bradford rounlr. ,
Tenipliia .
therefore till II1I..11
ye < to
parable H. J t. 1'urvlK, Pcfpndants.nrefl'tuMiirfl .
and the Jewish officials bad determined / Florliln.' nn .Monday April I 7th A, I I.I.
II! in e and geL a man hereii of 8tarkc' Klorldiii, on hue IJiist I ."
Complainant.W. .
to lof the sower. V.'lseu any anal i of Walnut, Street,, thvnce, tit liitlnic lien Iliac: ilurlvifr." the .lettat. IIOUIH, of Mule, .
\,I work." destroy him. Arnold'sCommentary I VII. fifty C""'. I thenoo !h':' 'run, North I It I appvniltiMT I byalhilavlt, a I appendedIhn for I h" nuipose. of Suit l'fylutg salil. 'U
heareth the word of the 'Ullrenth run 1' i! ,t.
on Sunday School kingdom, 1'. Id 110 Ninth 'I bill III HI! In the nbocausa final docr.. I the C..II..wln..t"M rll..d.
works
i man and makes and umlerstnndeth! it not then Defendant. Street MS ft. or to theplrect which IM a. suit tn t'uro'l"u'a. it pavtiiM; I ri'Hl/ ematt. "icing ,nml, brlnw In llru f- .
.
I lying to < '
the
lessons 1.1] of ... ,
says, "Jesus from this v.itiMi't lien ,
iugalat I Lots One 1
and handle Mnxrr'M SRI < !), Tblitecnami .
all the onl
>'u I>! you Slid lying, t'uu lit y KlurlilUi t e.wllThe I I: "
'I'It cometh the inrulli l to saltl.unlit '
wicked .
one, and catch- l< >urti' n time on taught Notice In Klveii. that , Northeast nf the14.tutiuWc.L
utuler and iitiartor
'lint he gets for his berries many things by by I 1 t HtrKiM, thence run Mouth I aunt ( : ;
I I II I ) In Tompltt's mlilltlon
to Townof
eth away that which wag sown In virtue! of that vortaln final, o>,-,.*aiiiuile '' parallel. tvlth Walnut tiuartiir of i4ot't Ion ThlrtTthrf -
parables Sheet fifty .. .
'In-, ,Tops then take the bills I explal 1'ng that the purpose his heart. This and IIIII..r"d l by the Honorable : .i'O WoNt to ptilnt of I' tot I a rl :\It... Carrie W MM.Ion, (til: I II), l'uwlI.hll'| ,| MIX '"I nouin I
Is beginning
he which received ; ulilow. Mrs Kvt-lvn: I llnll.'V I nil I I'.
II
was partially to cover the A. Z. AdkliiH an Judge of the ifbovemumid the \ . a Kanve 'VtvuntV.tW (I'tJk Kant: conlulnlnu -
huw' this man what his stuff up I, same heliiHT I fly fei t Nuitn aou i
,
seed by the side. Hut Court, Halley hr hIlMb<<" tielnir the owner 411 Him. more nr lesHn. '
on 17tli du' of ,
- truth before wilful way July, A.; I I' iiilli 1 un' Walnut i rot tu, >it and running .
and let hliqjBee what he rejectors to J>. ! In of un Interest In xnld property! ami M.
01 he that llljtt. that certain MiiiMe therein throiiKh HHlil Hlork NumluT JOHNS
received the seed Into II Kant: .
the .
mild 1 1 Mis r..rl'l.'t. .
ba1M avoid, as It were, casting pearls rending. In rhuncoryhcrtln II. i and 1 Wvst In Temples Addition Ii.. I.liMon, "pnini.,1 Master In chunirpy., :
I to I ,
nffd before swine and stony places the same la he that H. I'lirvltf IH roini*4)iliiuiii) I and %'j. 1'. City of I Starke.,. ,_ ., .___. .. widow. airs Kvelyn Bailey. and 1'. J... A. R CHEWS
to him, that is the Gol- at the same timeto heareth thEe word cntr' ..nth Ii.* itpfonfliitit, ., th itmlyrMlHrn-' ... 'I i SIM. *.. *".il .."ItI'llInl"' for tln- I liitnvy nm, 'IUn-r..I"'M l or cltlm I >nn. !Noiicfior' cur Complainant
and with of
ihe ,
make truth sufficiently clear anon ..,., I "PIlate nf Fl.irliln. Hint th.lr 3-7-61-4-4 1,
to --- - :
:ule and if all tho! e farmsI ---- --- .
\
''ai1 earnest souls to lead them Joy receiveth! it: Yet hath he not ,
to
011I I I hero were being farmed, root In himself but dureth for 0
,
yon there wouldn't be so search more deeply for the real while: for when tribulation or per a ACTTOD C..DONT MISS! THESE BARGAINS 1"

u... hungry children as thereow meaning.: The first of the succed- secution arlseth because of the

I Inife", I parables was the Parable of
and taxes could be paid word, by and by he Is offended.I .
0,eIa, the sower." Jkf JtMM.mlWf TVeit. fWteMM* :1:1iI"kt7
lit straIning nerves.arti I !111\\1!\\ that received seed among I II
'IIJIor .. a man say he had some Jesu aj j been slopping at .& '
I the thorns Is he that heareth the '

\. arm land ana couldn't" -'geiuks house In Capernaum. Today's lesson [I word ; and the care of this wOl'ld.and I CHEVROLET L

', (to !:;nd htm any money begins, "The same day went the deceitfulness of riches,

I don't blame the banks Jesus out'of the house'and sat by choke the word!, and ll- becometh ]

IIII. There is nothing growing the sea side And great nvultltduea unfruitful ttut lie that received clewirnee 1ic

i land but broom sage and were gathered so that he went intoa need into the good ground is he 4d
sh'p and sat and the whole
Now if he had a good '; that !heareth the word and under- ." !
multitude the shore
stood
fence,, around his place; a 011 btandeth It; which also beureth 'I
The "ship' probably fishIng l?
was a OW
lots of hogs and
.11 berry patch ; boat. fruit and bringeth forth some an S -- -r
Pejoubet quotes the following
4 of oilier crops to takecare_ hundredfold, some sixty, some _
:., Black then he could go to description of that locality thirty." [ J __ _
'At the north end of the Lake of ONri' .'
inks and "I farm- __ ,
am a
Bay, The minds of all should be pre- _ .
Gennesaret there are small creeksor ,
,I I need some money. They pared to receive and profit by theLord's

1 think that that man Id try- Inlets where the ship could ride words. Bach Individual is -' :::: .
In safety few feet from the . .
only a -'--
I o make somethng: out the..e"Carm responsible for the reception' he '

I ( and we can help him shore, and where the multitudes gives the gospel. ,' :

tested on both sides and before F ;,
'
be gets to picking berries or +

'If beans. the boat could listen without distraction I'RKHIIVTKRIA.V: :i _

ere Is farm land enough InCord or fatigue. As if on purpose ; "

to furnish seats, the shore on "
county to give every 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. _

mlly a home and I tell you both sides of these' narrow Inlets Truby, supt. _ _ rr- .,

,ks as if there ball got to be is piled up with smooth bouldersof 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon __ .
basalt"' '_ _____
tilling done. by the pastor. I 1 ,
"And he spake In parables, saying : 4"'I
.
me folks NV. "I put a man on 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor "1. .

place and the wouldn't try to behold, a sower went forthto Topic Why and How to Lead Others -

." sow; And when be sowed, some to Christ. Leader Miss Lucille ____ '
: Tbt\ may be true, but the '
,
seeds fell by the way side, and the
lea !Rule said to try and tryf Mitchell. '

4. So start over and if one fowls" came and ''devoured them 7:30: p. m. Evening worship. A I'I I '
,
wont work get another and up.We gospel team of University studentswill 1C

are told that the farmers In have charge of the meeting,
bet it wont be ten days before '
Palestine lived In villages for Mr. David Lowrie directing. The REDUCTIONS.USED
|can get an Industrious family, 1'1
and went out to cultivate
will be glad of the chance. safety, addresses of these fine young men

lIS' if ail these farms were their small farms. Doubtless Jesus have proved very helpful and In- '

(ted in berries and corn and and the multitude saw a farmer spiring. k' "

ct potatoes all these poor chll- sowing grain. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 'i
"And when he sowed, some
'
wbo haven't enough to eat at 7:30.: 1 1I

wear would have more. If seeds fell by the way side, and the The Woman's Auxiliary will GARS I ,;,,1

fowls came and devoured them up: March 11 Mrs.
i was done for four years you meet Tuesday, ,
Some fell stony places, where .
see the biggest Improve- upon Dover and Mrs. Kendrick being
Eld they had not much earth: and
t In this country that you have hostesses. Mrs. II. II. Young

forthwith they sprang up, And will have charge. Missionary topic .
Been since cotton went out of
,
when the sun was up, they we..e80me "Foreign Speaking People."
.
fust' remember the Golden Rule fell among thorns; and the /7//0KTHAT

treat your neighbor as you I sorched: and withered away. And The Young People's Presbyteryof WITH COUNTS"If '

kid I ke for him to treat you thorns sprung up,' and choked, North Florida, ,will hold_ Its

them.", semi-annual meeting In St. Augustine -
everybody will soon be living

ipliy and have plenty. there The farms were were beaten not paths fenced over and' Wednesday at 2:30, March 12th Young, beginning you haven't attended Chevrolet's Great Spring trade-ins. Now you can secure a handsome, depend'I

gned) O. G. Burnsed which men' and beasts traveled. peopled' organizations p. m.from New Clearance Sale come in todayl! To make it the able ustd: car bearing the red tag "with an OK that .1

497, Starke Via., These paths were the "way side" Smyrna, St. Augustine San Ma- biggest of its kind ever held In this community we counts", This signifies that the car has been '

S offer big reductions on popular cars that set a new thoroughly reconditioned by e.pert'meehanl" to ', I IC
| GET RID OF TUB DOGS places. The 'stony places" were' leo Crescent City Penney Farms, -
ledgea of rock covered with a thin Green Cove Springs and Starke record of value for your dollar I top-notch appearance and performance.

he and council men of layer of soli -which, heated by the will take part In a splendid pro. I

Irke mayor are exhorting the"citizens gram that isbeing arranged. Dr. 'The big reception given the 1930 Chevrolet has filled See our big selection of makes and models carrying ,

plant' flowers and otherwise lowing them to redeem'their lands George P. font of Ne York City our showrooms with late model, low mileage cars the famous. red "OK that counts" tag. Buy today

totify their ground Well, on payment of a fraction of the and secretary of the board of that must be sold this week to make room for more and save I "

t's what full amount, these land owners are Christian Education will be the

e been doing they for are some doing time and encouraged to work for anothercut speaker at the evening session. THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN LOW PRICED 4 AND 6 ,

t. in their tax bill.' Taxes are too CYLINDER CARS

OW, the authorities should do high' on all land., but it Is the CHRISTIAN CHURCH

'"ethlng small farm and home owners who Bible school and Communionfrom _ _ _ _ _ '
to protect them in this 1929 ChEVROLET SEDAN- Read

[idable work.. The city la over- pay their taxea every year without 10 to 11 a. m. that price! See this practically new

eked with dogs, from expensive special dispensation from taxing Preaching at 11 a. m. by W. E.l. Chevrolet-compare appearance, per- '

|lice dogs to mangy strays from authorities who are entitled to re' Daugherty. Subject: "Who Is 1926 ]Model T Ford"Fordor formance anti, reliability and you'll prater 1928 Chevrolet

i lief." Jesus?" Answered In the four gos It to anything/ the market offer at
country, and when.six or sev-
dons Permit ua to point out that'the' pels. Attendance at the commanded I anywhere near thin price Completely
come together to romp in '
to drive '
equipped randy
: away Coupe
who have Still
per or lawn plantings, as they owners of large acreage worship la Increasing. ,
taxes for past; there others who should come. .
in do kept their up years are $500.00
[ they' can destroy In a :
felt that the action of the last leg, The free-will offering taken Is '
minutes what ,)bas required Your last chance
to '
:zing compromise' used toward paying for the new Have on a .
ka of islature in legal Provides ample space! for 5
care; and often much
; exe -
to did a great wrong to those who roof being put on the church. You l0flF ,j T FOKD THUCK -Jnut tradoil. slightly used coupe. Complete. '
Motor has been
accomplish.Our passengers. In on a new Chevrolet six, and In excellent
after attend.
themselves cordially invited to
strained year
have are Iy equipped check.
marshal deserves praise for reconditioned. Sold with "an condition Uofv. and upholdfery like -careful/
zeal in, keeping the cows and year to keep up their taxes on Come. new. For Rale'with an OK that ed and conditioned'with an '

M out of town. He could en- lands that were not productive. OK that counts." Special Sale counts" to the first lucky buyer at thin "

nee his usefulness by killing the May I also point out that all I NOTICE-TO BIDDERS Price.I low price. OK I that counts. Formerly I .

any homeless owners of real property In Floridaare of 100.00 priced up to 'I
curs straying The 'board of bond trusteeS $ ,
out. Dog owners should, be madeDrsvent at 'one In interest and In pro Bradford county. Fla, will r.clv. '
test. They need a constructive revision sealed bid. at the office of the ..<>-

e 'sances.their The pets common from become prac-- of our tax system. You will I the retarr Fourth till I day 10.00: of o'clork MArch; frl1e:!i 30 on, .' 1928 CHEVROLET HOADSTEfl Reliable -
,
e now of eliminating fences see by the last figures made pub and at that time publicly open .am. edl 00 performance comfortable riding $3 75

lic by Comptroller Amos ,that of r for the purchase of: Ton Truck.. cheap transportat Special Bale price
oUud town lots, makes protecon Two One and On.-half ..
from the total valuation'of real estate, Same to be equipped with Cab.. I '
| dogs as necessary at that duty $300.00
In Florida t yard dump bodies and heavy
Om and personal property!
| other animals. tire on rear.
_ _ _ _
last\; year. 87 per cent of It Is real I 1I.la understood that bidder will

Reporter. while knowledge of r accept Two Model T Ford Truck In I .
estate, your .,.cba...*. and to Klve net price In
O STRl"CTIVE TAX 'REVISION the situation In your county would bid with allowance for the trad: SMALL 'DOWN PAYMENTS-EASY O. M. A. C. TERMS

confirm the fact that sixseventh'sof Ink.The board r...er ". the rlcHt to

*rke Telegraph the ,territory now taxed. real reject say or -" bill..

terke, Fla. estate Is unproductive.You Chairman, Board S B.af 8. Bond MATTJlICW8 Trueteee.

'eDtlemenrrom : can confirm our statement ATTKHT:
will I C. A. FUTCH. Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company
the Florida Clipping Ser- very easily and we hope :you Secretary J-7-5t-I-7 .

'lee, \11 e are In receipt of your edi'rtal see that only a union of all con. -

of February, 14, reading as structive force can produce the; NOTICE or MASTER'S SALE

["Hows: constructive result that Is desired .
If Florida Is Notice le hereby given that pursued -
Large land owners of the state' and that Is requisite to that e.rtaln final d.cr. Starke Florida

'lYe banded together and declare. to go ahead and prosper. made on the lith day of February
." A. D. lUO by the Jude of the Circuit
ley. Very truly your ,
wIll pay; notnoretaxQs,until Court key v! C. Sherman. I'rlsldent.Florida cult In and for Bradford County
are sisured of relief from ex-
IIBhe! taxation. Following se Landowner Association: Florida.In said In Chancery court wherein In a e.$.radfordcounty pending BUY "OK" USED CARS FROM A CHEVROLET DEALER

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mentT"-Starke Telegraph. Pshux qed! murderer who had served g.'ng\a: culprit to the city bastllaTls ,som open with your "ft
r Bradford County Telegraph --some of the /worst labor riots ourteen months of a twenty-five said'that the handcuffs on the hili
: From Other Pens this country ever saw took place year sentence. Comment unneces- prisoner's': wrists were too .tight Ode

'I','\ Established 1877 while Cleveland was. president sary. Bradford County Telegraph for comfort-hence those sleep- (Written on observ,,"!,, ,ti,
t __ do that the disturbing screams. straw hat of the !
1 1FAi you blame| /he Pullman strike Except during sea ,
Fridays and EntereJ"as Second Class There's a' stork farm In Levy on Grover. Buddy'\ '? -.:... Dunnellon first year of the Carlton administration - HaProud, you sit up, ?, Your
Published Weekly on
FAi, F I ounty.-Starke Telegraph There .un. I2 '',..'V:, 429 convicts were released Time is er's head. ri*

: i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida must ba helluvalot more than ffotmthe state prison. If this av- Too swift for those who fear, Prouif/ and arrogantAs

f In Citrus county.-Inter- State par'dortld''stiouid be eraga is maintained! the number Too long for those who grieve, if to say "I'm spr>"ui-'
,:' 4 E S. Matthews, .1___. ____________. Owner and PublisherJ. ness one Chronicle. pspeclallyjlnterested;/ Til"theshoot- wtll'aproxlmata 1,600'by the time Too short for those who rejoice "Bud out you trees- "lUe, I

t Kobinson ___ .________________.____ Managing Editor -- --- y0 Dg of.'() cLJa: Voii'rtt'yjherflTI) by ills 1 4 Excellency leaves office-, But tq" those,wh" love ',. "Why wait? I'm here *I

. ... .- " ----' --.- -. Plant City la about to turn over paroled convict w.ho: has served South!{ Jacksonville Herald. Time Is not. "See me upon this 1'8)111). ,,, hey(
- RATE the strawberry mantle for this sea- thirty months of a* ten year sentence -'o- .; ,-t-Van Dyke. That flows and; smile hi
ip SUBSCRIPTION ,
; $
son to Starke and Lawtey. after her eonvlct j44 shot (Me to tho Medfly self-cinsciou's yet

[ 'r Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Times-Union. Yeah!-Plant City another convict who had been released i't.may not be exactly this way, And after ail that Mr.; Dyke "And my wide brim u." "

Advertising Rates on Application Courier. after serving half of bin but appears so to the Innocent by, dldnt say what time Is fo'r the man hide''Tho
.. ----- two year "sentence? the shooting I ,look that say ,, ,
i ..- -- --- .- - -- - -' ' stander. who has (to wait on the street corner all
A thousand years ago men were taking place at the home of a pa- Uncle Sam: You can't ship frutto while his wife does a little world.
4' i Figures: may not lie but they can be padded successfullywhen allowed to bare from ten to7fifty roled murdeVer''who had served I _the Southern states because you shopping. "I wish I had not com,

if'' skirts get longer. w veif. But it must, be remembered fourteen months of a, twentyfiveyear have the Medfly. Rido on fair hat
In those days wives did what sentence f Comment unnpces-- Miss Florida: Well, how abouta And let your straw brim
0 It seems as if a larger sign is glint
earY-Btark Telegraph. Com-
:their 'husbands told them to do I srnlla.
million to kill: the
s have something in few dollars needed the Court House corner -
The month of March and politicians ment may be but on
I
and were easily managedTlmes.Union. unnecessary flyN ...... How pan you know, within
motorists to Jackson
J both windy. That must have 'been the other 'things "ARE.-ACTION for directing
f empty
common--they'd ''\llgh Uncle Sam: We can't appropriate ville. Folks whh live in that crown.
instance --- SpringsTele
-
"good old days" so often referredto That It will
freeze
$ anything because there is
0 tonight?
!;t gram.Politlcoj'lntere'st. neighborhood say that several cars
; .' In case you do not already know it, an exchange says a by the-old-boys.-'.)- o---- no' evidence that you have then1 per day, bound, Jacksonville go .-
1n, I :; 4-11 CLUB MEETSThe : :
straight out the road to Lake But
of expressing affection. After few weeks' of watchinghow Is beginning to thus '
is roundabout a
; hug a way Miss Florida: "Well It's lei'. Quite a detour for one in a 4-H Club met at tile R'an's
t > O drivers from the "big cities"of manifest Itself :/yaostevery con ,all right to ship the fruit? i hurry to reach the metropolis. Club Tuesday MaivU 4th
the north and west observe our versaHo Iii the race for state Uncle Sam It would be under the
t ,The great trouble with the net used to catch lawbreakers 'i ttoHH'1:4it'i\; : except 1:30: able guidunci
t 1 traffic/ laws, we feel quiteoproudof : E.YArJoJlliltI'Mf' ac the t -
Ithat fly might-be spread, to . S -q jf :J r! Miss, Pearl 'Jordan, hointstratiqw de
is': that the mesh allows too many to slip through. ,, our hick motorists.-Bradford tive. .and....u>cceasful: lawyer of I other tales .* 'Kppartfrf l>o i:u xe agent. 1t

__0_____ County Telegraph. 'Some of the Starke, who' J is,.to. be opposed by Miss Florida: What fly? Sarcastic professors can.make it The roll was called roil
stunts strangers pull off are really A, S. Crews/a former'state attor- 'Uncle Sam: The Medfly. pretty uncomfortable::: "a fellow! new members were r

,y Eridu is the name of a community in Taylor county, laughable. But guess we .would I ney and also of Star, e. Mr. Knight Miss Florida: O Hell! at time!,.. One )nstanco ot? thisstands minutes of the last voted mp.ei. ng on._,,,

;I r joining up with Etaoin on the left and Shrdlu on the right do about tho same in strange ,the present.:eflrumbent'; has not declared Uncle Sam; Check and double out very .vividly read'and approved. Also

places. What the country needs Is I Intention so fa#' as,wel check.-.._Tarpon: Springs: Leader.around A classmate had worked a calculus for a small flower show were pi
uniform traffic laws then all of have heard. The
/ us race for secre- .
--0- problem using a very lengthy cussed.
Catts' second trial was put off last week because of his would know which way to turn' tary of state between W. M. Igou ,
method and nearly- two the ..afternoonty. '
.... ....._ 1 > ,filling I During ,Ibout'
etc. Green Cove Springs Times present encumbent T. R, Hodges[ ----- ---t
g poor health, superinduced by this being an off-year-politically. blackboards wfth.-a: : maze of figures .. garments ;we're cut and( et-
former shell fish
commissioner
"
-v- '
and formulas. work on-
"
n Why worry....about E. S. Matthews and H. ClajrCrawford.: Jr., give townAn I ,
When he had finished steppedthe
L in his announcement that he promise of being possibly the mosinteresting up
Wauchula Advocate Is waiting for'some legislative candidate .ANNOUYCFS,1: OTIt4J'lfEtp;
---- --- - -<- professor and making two or '
will be candidate to succeed : and hard fought of the '
r s r to announce for re-election] "on his record." So are we. a three, passes at the board with a .J' TATIVK;
himself as a member of the state election. E. S. Matthews, presen old settler gives out the Information pleco of chalk arrived at the same Mr.N.I, _:). :Wainwright annouo
er railroad commission in the 'June railroad commissioner, seems to be that w<.will have a late answer the student bad after :n this..Issue for the offlue otn
+ Avery Powell figures that when a man gets too old] to fall primaries? Mr. Matthews owns the favorite.: Major Matthews has spring because February 14 was thirty min'ute's of work. got r sent U"8 from\ Bradford com
; and operates one of the best weekly had a most successful political career such a foul day.
deciding this step'after
k g g in love he catches the gout. Either one will cause a lot of papers In the statehas madean and is 'thoroughly familiar "But my method Is correct Isn'tit urged by-upon citizens from ever ,,

ii t .. grief.: enviable record as a member of with the game., -Macclenny Press. :Signs and superstitions play a sir?" timidly asked the'scholar. tidn ot"the-' Qunty to make y1
'. the railroad commission and I It :. \, "Yes-It is correct, but why s41
., 0 larger part in life than most pea race. His long.azperience In cot,
l would take someone with./. a ..col-! '' that work? the prof scornfully re-
woman driv- State pardoning') board' siio'uldbe pl 'reallze. Nearly everyone has'a ty.affairs and his knowledge: ott
"r As It is best to give a
one humorist suggests boas! amount of optimism to believe plied. "If you want8.ome fresh ,
I especially interested In the pet "belief" that.be laughs about, matterscombine to makeWainrighttadeeirable
till er half of the road just as quick as you can, decide which half i he could best thin genial shooting"of Qsceola'! countysheriffby but nevertheless,,: religiously ob air you would are Just the type of monkey reprt
who. yourtail around
i' I of the road she wants. g ntleman.- Inverness Chronicle a paroled convict who had served serves. ,the door' knob wrap and kick -the tran-':taUve tor Bradford to have II
-o-
n ) -.0.-.. thirty months of ''a, ten-year uilj''durlng the next session.
I The charge brougnt against sentence, after the convict had Here's one thit t hardly ever falls -- -- --_ _-- -
That there is limit to taxation of kind is shown by' Florida LaQuar "--._,_,
a any by Representative shot another convict who had been -whenever there Is a little red "o. -- -- ------- ---------------

f, the six-cent gasoline tax struggling to bring in as much as the dla of New York, that Floridans released after servtfig half of his I d." on ''bank statement it'' means '.
f five-cent "manufactured the Mediterraneanfruit two-year sentence the shooting that there will be a long time between
t state received from the tax. fly in order to obtain a federal .
taking place, 'at the home of a pa- meals. Have you aver noticed Spring Time Is Painting
f o appropriation" is too insultingand roled murderer who had served it?

lw Miami Beach Sun tells of growing popularity] of hotel vicious to be overlooked.The fourteen months' a twentyfiveyear "
Florida delegation in congress sentence. Comment unnec- This from the of Arthur
and apartment roofs for sun bathers and a growing demand pen UpTimeWe
should take steps to make the gentleman -
essary.-Starke Telegraph. The Brisbane: A family with only one
for rides in the blimp. What price binoculars? prove his words-or' pardon, board believes in Shakespeare's car.!: i is primitive..'
them-Lake Worth Herald. We
t, o sentiment "The/ quality of
f nominate Representative Green or mercy is not strained." but all peo- Wonder what Artnur would have secured the agency for Dozier & Gay
three million of layabout
Plant has shipped out quarts
City over the second Florida district to whip ple who dislike to be robbed
strawberries and the growers paid better than one million in LaQuardla. Every body knows that murdered should insist "that the or license the tag families for the that one and havn't only a Paints and carry complete' stock of paints and

Oreen likes nothing better than a state buy a and it in varnishes Dozier & Gay Paint Company has
L cash. Florida will break all former records with this year's strainer put car they do own
shipments. good fight -Dunnellon Sun. active use ,Dunnellon Sun. been manufacturing paint in Florida for more thana
- _
---0- After, all It's not 'BUYING thecarft.s quarter of and make
a century paints to
Orange county commissionershave Our office] tyas honored by a visit wear
- is getting a tag for it.
," It is a safe plan for Mexican candidates to leave that country awarded the delinquent tax from Hon. Eugene: S. Matthewsand ]longest in Florida Climate. Their'success'proves
I'st printing to the Apopka Chief"the J, C. Robnson. of the Starke:
the
Prosperity Noto beyond a doubt superiority of their products.
when announcing office but we fail to understand why
first time a weekly paper In Telegraph, Vast Saturday These
Knew there must be
h Mr.''Ifardee should go to Georgia to make public his intention that county has had It in sixteen two "Knightq'' of the Pen" were all this Hoover prosperity somethingto In the Let us supply your requirements.
years. Weekly papers in Florida returning from Orlando ,
where
to run for govcrnorpf Florida. papers. A man dropped into the
(
Il have almost as good composingrooms they attended, the State Press' Association establishment the other day left
o as dallies although not as banquet on Friday night an order for Job Farmers
some printing and Bradford Bounty
.r i Two young fellows of Madison engaged in a fist fight because large and their facilities for hand.. Mr, Matthews Is one of the best paid cash for It.'

:they couldnot agree' on the pronunciation of "diction- ling, legal printing is the equal or known and honored, gentlemen in
.
any office. .-Bradford County Telegraph the' state having been elected to Supply Company
tr +: ary." .No argument would have been ,necessary if they had And did you notice the the office,of railroad. commission; twelve That o'clock shouting last you Friday heard about nIghtor

1i hunted up a dictionary instead of fighting it out. howl the Orlando dallies\ set up on two occasions,:as well as other ( .did you 1)) was occasioned by Starke, Florida
1t i about giving the job to country ,offices of yteejlportance. which the"'
a strong arm of the law drag- .
\ weekly\ ?-'Perry News. helps) to !illl popularity. He -.- ....- - - -. .-
prove) .
i'f Next dates of interest to the newspaper folks are May ---i--i -o-' i il a candidate,again in the'coming --- -- ---- .. - u __ -_ __

1 i; ; ; 16th and 17th, when Quincy ,will entertain the Florida Press A group of so called college election for re-election' the. office ----- --W
girls Florida bound, so they.sOld.: of : and'
railroad'commission
Association. Quincy is President Sweger's home town and we .
raid our city a visit Tuesday. eel hat he will, "if elected
oonfide 'E -
they will back up his intention of giving the gang a good time. I They visited the Suckers in town fit, the. cilice wlth the* damesatisfactioio'l'thQ

t A n : getting subscriptions to "help ) paet.--:Wildwood ..

:; hearing In that there ia'a fly I them through college." Asking EchbVv ,,
Fly .
Orlando'.broughtput 'I'J'
: for a drink of waterIn the drugstore ''V '" '" '''C ,
t t and there ain't no fly. If the state is not; cfeared of tii"e quarantine they asked 'to know rwht Btate, ., r pardoningnooard> :;; stfoufd, f.;

} i l1; it is to be, } that congress will take some definite was in the "damn water." Another be especially Interested in the '.

t2'', action to finish the work started. Florida, apparently, can do seeing' a bare '''foot urchin God.'" hooting of Osceola county sheriffby
and exclaimed "my
paused a paroled convict who had served -
z little or nothing, her treasury resembling the fly argument The tales these birds will tell when thirty months of a, ten-yekr .

t in that there is a balance and there ain't no money. they' get back home make New sentence, after- the convict had \\\A I
O" York think of us just what we hot another convict who had been
t think of representatives they send released after serving half of his
r% 4 v One of the first things noticed in a town entered by the : down this way.-Folkston (Ga.) \wo-year sentence the shooting

so-called chain stores Is the increased trading area brought to Herald.. taking place at the home of a pa- r r
. .
w' $ the town, resulting in more trade for all stores and'benefitting '-p .
Purchase of the Clark Bus Line
;r the town thereby. A wide-awake. merchant in that town can by Stone & Webster Is l the first

4 hold his own, because the chain stores, through values and ad. step towards putting Pala ka GAIETY'THEATRE vi I

a ,1 vertising, pull trade In from territories and towns not served .I where It belongs on the state transportation -
map., With three railroads -
r p' by stores of like type. two express companies and ,

o r the St. John's river the only lack- '

k t This editor would be negligent if he failed to express his through ing link connections.was a bus Stone line& Webster with STARKE FLA. THE- PRIMITIVEAMERICAN,

,; 'l appreciation to the press of, the statfe for the flattering endorsement may be depended on to even

i given the publisher of the Telegraph, E. S. Mat' tually extend their service to Ocala THURSDAY: &''FRIDAY

+ thews, for railroad commissioner. Taking them singly in and the Florida DeLand.Motor connecting Lines there liP ,with and March 6-7 CACHED FOR SAFETY .

their dens or in a happy-go-lucky gathering featured at the to Lake City over Highway 28, 1 -.

Orlando Press Breakfast, no other stfete' can boast of such a when it Is completed forming another BIL 'DOVE ..
important connecUon with -T. :: I liiI zr .
a bunch as the Florida press gang, and we're glad to be numbered in
their own buses there. Palatka
among them. Dally News "TilE MAN AND THEMOMENT" .
__ I.

State o criticism of Under the new-a election laws a The Modern American Saves for
pardoning board answers its pardoning candidate canont endorse notes or Also Comedy'' I :: Cash

three nvicts engaged in a shooting\ affair with Osceola] .make contributions to anything II
I
j" d county officers, after being paroled by stating petitions were 'other than regular obligations SATURDAY MARCH'S I ,

;; ;t presented asking for clemency. If this policy is adopted by without his campaign reporting expenditures.ouch as part It's of a '' I The Indian.. was a crafty man. He. always maintained'a-re-

the board the state prison can be emptied in short order, for favorite sport to "bleed" candidates ALLEN HALE u .

friends and relatives have no'trouble getting signers on petitions during a campaign and they inSAILORS' I serve food supply safely cached away in'.case-,of need.' We

1 for release of prisoners, not that the prisoners deserve !,County need some Telegraph.protection.We-are Bradford willingto 'HOLIDAYS" I may well take a hint from him-earing, not food but money.

clemency but because few can resist the pleas of a wife or let the candidates take care. of ..alsoROUGIfAND

} ;, mother that the petition they }have, be signed.o themselves., What we are Inter. DRIED I And we have this advantage. The redskin could not draw interest ,

r ested In is some protection for the I
on his vension while
it
lay buriedaway. -
people against the candidates especially
,r t ps, If a state officer should be placed at Macclenny' checkup those who are elected SATURDAYMARCH I ,

'' ? I on the reported 'speed trap" existing there he would probably South Jacksonville Herald. .

I 'M ] report that only] about one out of ten motorists observe --o----- 15 YOU Draw
More Hoover prosperity apparent HOOT GIBSON may per cent on your moneyBRADFORDCOUNTY
,r the speed laws or traffic regulations and that speeders are at Cleveland: Shouting "work .
't.
only getting what they deserve. Very few speed artists are and wage 'or we'll tight"be- in {-

honest clean with of tween 1000 and 1200 unemployedmen MOUN'Uib'.STpANGERS
enough to come an acknowledgment .
and women stormed city ball
wrong-doing when caught but set up the old familiar howl r e 200 policemen',clubbed also* BANK

of "speed traps," as did one homeward-bound tourist passing right and left at least JO "Snappy Service"
'
(
through Bradford at 76 per when halted by a road patrol of the rioters their heads batteredby BRADFORD COUNTY'S! FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD
policemen's clubs, lying In the Show Starts
at
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P.GJ EIGIIT 11fitAllFUlt11: COUNTY..TELEG") ..STAJ K JO'Lllrl ,. FRID 1M.Rf'J( 1,
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1 ,c.- T ,r - iwent---Starke Telegraph Pshux rqleil murderer who had served g.'ng\a: culprit to the city bastile ,som open with your Mfr h
1 AJ1UAJ, t i; Bradford County Telegraph ---f --gome of the worst labor) riots fourteen months At a twenty-five Tls satd'that the handcuffs on the
I From Other t this country' ev'e'r' saw took place year sentence. Comment unneces- prisoner's wrists were too tight Ode
iv Established 1877 while Cleveland was president. ,ary. Bradford County Tele- for comfort-hence those sleep- (Written on observe thJ

. ...-,-_. ----,- -<- do you blame/ 1h8 Pullman} strike graph. Except that during the disturbing screams. straw hat of the seal, n, ,

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class There's a I stork farm In Levy on GroVer. Buddy( ? _.:' Dunnellon first year of the Carlton admlnlstralio.n - Ha- Proud you sit uj' ", your,
t ounty.- -Starke Telegraph There Stun. 1t v 'f, ." 429 convicts were released Time is I i I er'. head.Proliil "
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I I
must be a helluvalot more than I ffomvthe state prison. If this average Too swift for those who fear / and arrogant

E. S. Matthews, J-:_ .______________. Owner'and Publisher one In Citrus county/ -Inverness State pardonlifg'b 'sliould bef'pecfaUi is maintained: the number Too long for those who grieve, I As if to nay, "I'm spr'mc', ''
I Chronicle. Jnlereited Tn"the" atioot- lll'jiproxlmate 1,600 by the time Too short for those who rejoice, "Bud out you trees- 'niB, \

J. Robinson. ___ .________..___________ Managing Editor ----- -- > ng ot;'olll :t.Lh Voudt'y bHerfff! by ..Is1" Excellency leaves 'omce.I .- But f1 t 4hose ,;who IQV*. ,<> "Why wait? I'm here Iltl'

. -- . -- -, Plant City in about to turn over paroled convict w.ho has served South Jacksonville Herald. Time is not. "See me upon this gal, lni h.,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE the strawberry mantle for thIs sea thirty months of a' ten year sentence' I, -------0 I : ; fr-Van Dyke, "That bows and sautes! ",
son to Starke and Lawtey.. ; after*''fhe :';convldt'hwd. sUot Ode to the Medfly self-cinscious Yet It

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Times-Union. Yeah!-Plant CityCourier. .another convict who had been re- I' .may not be exactly this way I And after ail l that Mr. Dyke "And my wide brim m fCI!.

Advertising Rates on Application leased after serving halt of his but appears so to the innocent bystander dldnt say what time Is fo'r the man hide
- -- ".. . __ __ . .-<)-- tw* year ,/iefhteAea': the shooting who has to wait on ''the street corner -""Tho look that gayt ,K, all, i

not lie but they can be padded successfullywhen A thousand years ago men were taking place at the home of a paroled Uncle Sam: You can't ship fruitto : while his wife does a little world, '
Figures may Jter' wish .
allowed to have from ten to'fifty mllrdE 'who had" served ,the Southern states because you shopping.It [ I had not come'
skirts get longer. w veif But It muss be remembered fourteen months a, twentyfiveyear have the Medfly. Ride on fair hat

o in those days wives did what sentences Comment unnecessary. Miss Florida: Well, how about is And let your straw brim
if
seems aa a larger sign glint;
The month of March and politicians have something incommonthey'd their 'husbands told them to do .-Stark* Telegraph. Com a (few million dollars) to kill: the needed on the Court House cor- I smile
'and were easily managed.-Times- I ment may ke i \unnecessary, but flyli .. How. can you know
ner directing motorists Jackson-- within
both windy. other 'thing's ARE ACTION forinstance'
Union. That must have been the -
Uncle Sam: We can't appro- ville. Folks whh live in that empty crown
-1- Nigh Springs
'good old days" often referredto -Telegram
0() so priate anything because there is neighborhood say that several cars That It will freeze tonight;

:a< In case you do not already know it, an exchange says a by the old boys. I o- no' evidence that you have the per day,bound forJacksonville go --
\ =--t; ;; fly: straight out the road to Lake But.let' 4-11 CMJK AIEhTY': ;
affection
of
hug is a roundabout way expressing After a few weeks' of watching Political interl/t I is beginning to Mills Florida: "Well, then" It's The"4-1-I Club
'Quite detour for in met nl
a one a the'
. __ N'an's "
.'l. how drivers from the "big cities"of manifest itself :
conversation -
fUostevery all right to ship the fruit hurry to reach the metropolis. Club Tuesday Mal, 'h 411
I The great trouble with the net used to catch lawbreakersi' the north and west observe' our la the race for state ; Uncle Sam: It would be except 1:30: under the able iculdanJ
L triune laws, we feel Quite i>nroudof attol-niyi\ 1 Udtrdv t e fe.MJ-J fcWactive Ithat' the fly might be ,spread to . i ; ;. i ; '} ." .' MUs Parl1Jordan, horn
is i that the mesh allows too to slip through nrplll'tft1 de
many
l our hick motorists.-Bradford .."nd..ll3l'l.IBlSfuL." : lawyer of .other states. ( He Lave stratton agent.
---a'---- County Telegraph 'Some of the I Statko, who'-ieto.be" opposed by I Miss Florida: What fly? Sarcastic professors can-make The roll was called
stunts strangers pull) oft are really A. S. Crews/ former'state' attor- uncomfortable fallow HId li I,
;
:
a 'Uncle Sam: The Medfly. pretty a members
f' Eridu is the name of a community in Taylor county, I I new were voted! .
oo
laughable. But guess we 'ould ney and \also of Starke., Mr. Knight, Miss Florida: 0 Hell! ; at .tlm s.. One jlnstanco of thisstands minutes of the last m<-.>' ';il
joining up with Etaoin on the left and Shrdlu on the right. do! about the same in strang the present.ejioumbent'; has not de- Uncle Sam: Check and double out very vividly read and approved ng pj
Also ''
.- r..ty-r. places. What the country needs Is alared his Intention so ta" ae.we check.__Tarpon Springs: Leader. A classmate had worked a cal- for a. small flower khn"..., v.
I uniform traffic laws, then all of us have heard. The race for secretary ,culus problem using lengthy Icussed. -- -- "<00'
a
1' --0r i iaround very
4 Catts' second trial was put off last week because of his would know which
way to turn, of state between W. M. Igou, I method ,and. ,ftlllng nearly two) During' the afternoon ,

1 1( t }poor health, superinduced. by this being an off-year-politically. 'etc. Green--, -Cove" .... Springs Time. present encumbetit. T. R. Hodges -. blackboards with, a maze of fig- garments Mere cut und iboutty. 811uiworf. ,
former shell fish commissioner, ; '
andformulas.
\-J ures \ on..
1 t -
..r.rtt. u Why worry ,about E. S. Matthews : and 14. ClayJrawford:: Jr., gives ,
i When he had finished steppedthe .
Wauchula Advocate is waiting for'some legislative can in! his announcement that he promise of being possibly the most up .ASNO iCJoJot! FOIl '
. and ItKntKsi
------ -<- professor making two or '
will be a candidate to succeed Interesting: and hard fought of the
didate to announce tor re-election "on his record. So are we three. passes at the board with a ; ; TATIVEMrN.14
himself as a member of the state election. E.dt Matthews present An old settler gives out the In- Walnwrlght
pleco of chalk arrived at the same annoar.
0 railroad commission in the ''June railroad commissioner seems to be formation that we. will have a late :'n this."Issue-. the ]
answer the student had after office ol
Avery Powell figures that when a man gets too old to fall primaries Mr. Matthews owns the favorite.: Major Matthews has spring because February 14 was thirty minute's of work. got resent tl e from Bradford com!

in love he catches. the gout. Either one will cause a lot of: and operates one of the best weekly had a most successful political ca- such a foul day. "But .deciding upon this step'after ,
my method is correct, isn'tIt
papers In the state has made reer and is (thoroughly familiar urged
by-citizens
w grief.: an enviable record as a member of with the game.-Macclenny Press. ;Signs and superstitions play a sir?" timidly asked' the-scholar. thin of"the 'county from to every
make
a
'- 0- the railroad commission, and I It "j" 1T.ciate larger'part in life than most peo- 'Yes--It "is correct but why ail I race. His long.experlence IncoJ
would take that work? the prof scornfully re
As one humorist suggests it is best to give a woman driver losal someone of with-a'Co. s'i pardoning t Uoar&) should ple'realize. Nearly everyone has"a plied. "If you wanted soma fresh ty. affair and bis knowledge of'i|
amount optimism to be.
i half of the road just as quick as you can decide which half have he could best this genial be especially: "interested in the pet "belief" that he, laughs about, air you are just the type of monkey mat'taracombine: to make I
but nevertheless, religiously ob- Walpe/right.adeslrable reprecj
'l shooting: Qsceola county-sheriff
of the road she wants. gentleman.- Inverness Chronicle. who would wrap your tail around
-e- by a paroled Convict who had serv- ,serves. :the door knob and kick the.tran' tatlve for-Bradford to have lit
--0- ed thirty months of a ten-year I houseduring: the next session.

That there is a limit to taxation of any kind is shown by Florida The by charge Representative brougnt Laduar again sentence, after' the convict had Here's one that hardly ever falls .., _J_'-_ .-. ..
shot another"onvlct who bad been -whenever there is a little red "o.
; the six-centgasoline tax struggling to bring in as much as the' dla of New York that Florldan i. released after servNig half of his d." on bank statement it means

ftB' state received from the five-cent tax. "manufactured the Mediterraneanfruit two-year sentence, the shooting that there will be a long time be-
1 fly in order to obtain a fed taking place :at the home of a pa- tween meals. Have you ever no- Spring Time Is Painting
o eral appropriation" Is too insulting roled murderer who had served ticed It?
Miami Beach Sun tells of growing popularity of hotel and vicious to be overlooked. The fourteen months' a twentyfiveyear '

and apartment roofs for sun bathers and a growing demandfot Florida delegation In congres sentence. Comment unnec- This from the pen of Arthur UpTime
binoculars should take steps to make the gen- essary.-Starke Telegraph. The Brisbane: A family with only one
rides in the blimp. What price ? tleman
prove his words-or eat
pardon board believes In Shakes car. is primitive:
them-Lake Worth Herald. We
o peare's sentiment "The/ quality of

Plant City has shipped out over three million quarts ot the nominate second Representative Florida district Green to whip of mercy is not strained," but all people Wonder what Artnur -vould say We have secured the agency for Dozier & Gay

*' strawberries and the better than million who dislike to be robbed or about the families that havn't a Paints and complete' stock of
growers paid one in LaGuardia. Every body knows that murdered should insist 'that the carry paints and
license tag for the one and only
cash: Florida will break all former records with this year's Green likes nothing better than a state buy a strainer\ and put It. Inactive car they do own varnishes. Dozier & Gay Paint Company has
Y; good fight. Dunnellon Sun. use. Dunnellon Sun.. been
shipments. manufacturing paint in Florida for more thana

1>fi At'' .', ,-un -'___' Orange-county commissioners: Our office After all It's not 'BUYING the quarter of a century and make paints to wear
by visit
a car-It's getting tag for it.
Eugene a
r It is a safe plan for Mexican candidates to leave that country have awarded the delinquent tax: from Hon.. : S. Matthewsand longest in Florida Climate. Their'success proves

rl; ,when announcing for office, but we fail to understand why I'st the printing first time to a the weekly ApoPka'Chief'paper in;" J. C. Robinson)' of the Starke Prosperity Note beyond a doubt the superiority of their products.

Mr.'Hardee should to Georgia to make his Telegraph.,on'ast Saturday. These Knew there must be something Let us supply your requirements.
go public intention that county has had It in sixteen two "Knighls of (be Pen" were to all this Hoover prosperity in the

to run for governor of) Florida. years. Weekly papers In Florida returning from Orlando where paper A man'dropped into theestablishment ,
o have almost as good composing they attended l the State Press' As- the other day, left

a ,,4. Two young fellows of Madison engaged in a fist fight be large rooms, and as dailies their facilities, although for not hand-as sociation Mr. Matthews banquet Is cm one Friday of the night.best an paid order cash for for some It. job printing and Bradford Bounty Farmers

s'' cause'they could.not agree on the pronunciation of "diction- ling, legal printing is the equal of' known and I honored gentlemen In

ary." No argument would have been necessary if they had anT graph office., And-Bradford did you County notice Tale the the the' office itate, of having railroad been elected to That houtlng .you heard about Supply Company

: hunted up a dictionary instead of fighting it out. howl the .Orlando dallies' set up on two occa lons,,as well commission as other twelve( did o'clock you?) was last occasioned Friday nightor by Starke, Florida

Q+ 1., o about giving the job to 0: country .offices of gtea'jt ),importance: which the' strong arm of the law drag-
weekly?-Perry! News helps to1'provehls He .- - - --,- -'--,- ...... -.-,- -,- -
popularity.
.y Next dates of interest to the newspaper folks are May -:_=
0-
Is a candidate again in the'comlng -- .
16th and 17th, when Quincy will entertain the Florida Press A group of so called college election for }fe-electlon'to, the of- - - - -- -
- - - -
Association.. Quincy is President Sweger's home town and girls Florida bound so they said, ace of railroad'commission: and we

they,will back up his intention of giving the gang a good time. They raid' 'visited our city the a Suckers visit Tuesday In town tElelcol1f1de''that.. .he wjll.'lf) elect- .
ed. fill the office/ ,with the'shine
i'n. I getting subscriptions to "help attltfa\U9'i\ J the'past.. Wildwood . .

Fly:,hearing In Orlando brought,,!put': that ,there: .fs 'a fly tor'them a drink through of water college.in" the Asking drug Echb\A: "' ',' ," ' i ifetate

and there ain't no fly. If the state is not cfeared of tquar- tore, they asked''to 'know what: pardoning' IfcoaAl:; stfoiUd.

'' antine, it is to be hoped} that congress will take sQme definite was in the "damn water" Another be especially" Interested In the

action to finish the work started. Florida, apparently, can do seeing a bare 'foot '''urchin hooting of Osceola county sheriffby
little her paused and exclaimed "my God." a paroled convict.who had serv-
or nothing the
treasury resembling fly argument
The
tales these birds will tell when ed thirty months of
a ten-year ,
in that there is a balance and there ain't no money they get back home make New entence, after the convict had

o York think of us just what we hot another convict!! who had been tLrtJipM

One of the first things noticed in a town entered by the thInk'of representatives they send released after serving half of b'ls
down thin way-Folkston (Ga.) wo-year sentence, the shooting
j so-called chain stores is the increased to
trading Herald.
. . area. brought taking place at the home of a pa-
l' } the town, resulting In more trade for all stores and'benefiting o--- -, -.. - .
Purchase of the Clark Bus Line
,
the town thereby. A wide-awake. merchant in' that town can by Stone & Webster is the first }

hold his own, because the chain stores, through values and advertising step: towards putting Palatka GAIETYTHEATRE 1,1

j pull trade in from territories and towns not served where It belongs on the state transportation I II

+ by stores of like type. map. With three railroads I
ry two express companies and ,
I ISTARKE.
o the St. John's river the only lack- '

ki This editor would be negligent if he failed to express his lug link was a bus line with I THE PRIMITIVE AMERICAN
through connections. Stone & Web. FLA.
1 appreciation to the press of, the state for the flattering endorsement ter may be depended on to eventually -

s, given the publisher of the Telegraph, E. S. Matthews I extend their service to Ocala I

for 'railroad commissioner. Taking them singly in I and DeLand. connecting Tp with THURSDAY. FRIDAY' CACHED FOR SAFETY
.
the Florida Motor Lines there ando March 6.7 .
+ their dens or in a happy-go-lucky gathering'as featured at the Lake ,
I City over Highway 28. 1
Orlando Press Breakfast, no other state can boast of such a : when It Is completed forming another BILLIE'DOVE .

bunch as the Florida press gang, and we're glad to be numbered important connection with inuTilE = !!! . II ... _
.
their own buses there. --y Palatka
among,them. Dally News. MAN AND TilE .
r ,

State pardoning board answers o criticism of its pardoning .candIdate Under the.canont new.0-endorse election notes laws or a MOMENT"Also Comedy'' The Modern American Saves for Cash

three convicts engaged in a shooting affair with Osceola 'make contributions to> anything

county officers, after being paroled, by stating petitions were other than regular obligations

presented asking for clemency;: If this policy is adopted by without reporting such as part of SATURDAY, MARCH' 8 The Indian ,
'
r was a crafty man. He
its campaign always
expenditures. It's a .. maintained'
the board the state prison can be emptied in short order, for favorite sport to "bleed" candl- ALLEN: HALEr a-re-

friends and relatives have no trouble getting signers on petitions data during a campaign and they in serve food supply safely cached away in., case-of need., We

for release of prisoners; not that the prisoners deserve need some protection.Bradford
I "SAILORS HOLIDAYS" may well take a hint from him-earing'
County Telegraph. We are willing not food,but money.
clemency but because few .can resist the pleas of a wife or ,to let the candidates take care of also '. "

mother that the petition they have, be sign d.' hemselres. 'What we are Intersted And we. have this advantage. The redskin could not draw interest *

In is some protection for the ROUGH. AND DRIED
Hf o fp? N on his vension while it lay .,
people against the candidates burledaway.
f especially .
If state officer should be
V a placed at Macclenny checkup those who are elected. SATURDAY1IARCH '
i'' on the reported "speed trap" existing there, he would probably oath Jack.on.l11e'Jlerald.. I ,

I. report that only about one out of ten motorists observethe --o--- 15 YOU
\More Hoover prosperity may Draw per cent on your
apparent
speed laws or traffic regulations and that speeders are at Cleveland: Shouting "work HOOT GIBSON moneyRADFORD''COUNTY

only getting what they deserve. Very few speed artists are and wages 'or we'll fight", between i in -

honest enough to.come. clean with an acknowledgment of 1000 and 1200 unemployedmen MOUNTEt,STRANGERS r

'' wrong-doing; when caught but set up the old familiar howl and women 200 policemen stormed city clubbed hall 'also."Snapp *" .'t << $ BANK.BRADFORD .

of "speed traps," as did one homeward-bound tourist passing right and left at least 20ot
Service"Show
. ( through Bradford at 76 per when halted by a road patrol- the rioters their heads batteredby ) COUN2'Y'S'FINANCIAL T STRONGHOLD
_ policemen's clubs, lying In the _
man. Starts at
6:45
treats.. Another "noble .xper I.. ..

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