Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 18, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04755
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Here Tomorrow Case Settled

MAKES. TOUR Motor lab To-Visit 'This Hertlon ARTICLE ABOUT LOCAL P. 0. Agreement li-ported, Reached In TOTAL OF 1,934,556 QUARTS- '::

And See How Strawberries Resort Recently Placed In I tiReceipts

A. N. Brooks, straw- Ant Han 911.1,105.00
On Tuesday Dr. Bullen Writes Interesting Letter Concerning Stir in Republican Florida Lands .
I berry specialist' from the Strawr \\ Night; ; Receipt
berry Field Laboratory at the re- Mayor Wall has received word Circles Over'Appointment. to, Fill Postmastershlp It was reported Thursday morn- for Period Ending 'Vecl.atarIOl,30t.00 -
quest of County Agent Ricken- from J. J. Logan president Jacksonville ., Ing that the Hampton Beach prop- Big Paper Mill .
the day here visiting Motor Club that Starke erty would be re-opened within 1
baker spent fields and making In- will have a motorcade visit thli > The following article concern" val of the,, spate, chairman which the next few days under the management The week ending" Wednesdaynight ,

1 strawberry Several fields in different section Saturday afternqon around ing the appointment of a postmaster 'I agreed to do with the understanding of Mrs. Nora B. Kennedy, WlO.mio.OOO "I".tnnoIlDC'cod forI'ltimitin ; made up the heaviest berry 'V

spections.localities of the county were 3 or 3:30'o'clock.: composed ol for the Starke postomce was .that when the organisation who operated the dance ball and City., movement for the season 228,200) ('

inspected for disease and other Jacksonville residents and tourists, banded to the Telegraph with a request'rt, I was to go back bathing pavilion until a court or- quarts moving from the Starke w,
disorders. After the day'sInxpection This is one of a series of motorcades to the ranks So I am occupying der three weeks ago; placed O. N. Jacksonville Fla., April 11.- platform during the six days, while i
plant that it be published. It It "po.iUon
the only' ever Southern Kraft Corporation a
to acquaint Jacksonville Canova of Waldo In charge as re- movement of
to Lawtey reported a
Mr. Brooks reported
taken from April 10th Issue of The
any poIlUcfc.1 1 p.rty-I am the duly subsidiary of the International Paper -
people with the country surrounding ceiver. Holders of mortgages; on
county agent that the principle Plnellas 281.600 quarts for a 12-day period r
Republican published
appointed Jand recognized chair will erect $10-
that city and they will come the property and Mrs. Kennedywere a total
of the plants seems to ending Wednesday, making a
disorder at St. Peterburg. Dr. J. J. Butlen
man of the Bradford county com- 000.000 mill at Panama
resulted from excessive cold Into Bradford county by way ol reported-to have come to an paper of 509,800 quarts to that date.
have of Starke signing himself ai mittee. The negro Republicans,. City, In the near future William
which will allow her to
home Pen
Lawtey and return by agreement I
rainy weather, and.that with At the average price of 20 1-3
and "Chairman Bradford County Republican with the aid of some whites havannounced' < L. Wilson, chairman of the mate
the until August
Farms and Green Cove operate resort
weather most of the ney cents this movement represents a.
warm sunny Committee, being Uu to Paul M. Pope ofJackeonvtila ( chamber of commerce industrial
: least and while the court order has .
Springs. i
should recover. However value of $104,609.00, bringing the
author. Outside of referbhi
plants Its e
that they are committee
announced here today
The city has completed arrangements not been rescinded. It is under- season's totals to 1.934,856
scorch a leaf and stem disease quarts
leaf to the situation It
pOBtofflce here In
only Republican organisation Wilson whu resides at Panama
the strawberry found to provide the visitors with stood that attorneys for parties and receipts to $415,405.80..
of was Is sufficiently Interesting to be pub the and It looks If heretofore
county; as concerned have reached an agrN- City, said contracts' had been sign
strawberries while here In -
number of fields but werecausing cooperation Volume of fruit for this period
tu a with the Growers Association lished In full showing the fight they were what they now went to settle the matter amicablyby ed last night by MaJ. J. T. Friend exceeded all expectations while
serious damage In only a
that Is being waged between th., claim for themselves. Some of ui vice-president of the Southern
Mrs. Kennedy to
and committees from the allowing opera prices paid for the fruit droppedto
few instances. different faction of the Republican whites however, are hoping that Kraft Corporation. The mill will!
the for the time being.
from several fields Business Men's Club will look after ate place a low level for Easter ship ,,
Plants previously their comfort during their party in this state. It la reproduced that day has passed. Considerable Interest has been be the! largest; in the South It was
had been! sent by the coun- ments. Heavy movement of last }
to Gainesville for Inspection brief stay.Gray without comment out. As coupt* chairman., It was pro- aroused in this case as since the said and will manufacture paper year was during the week ending E
ty agent sldo of correcting some 'Very obvious 'pWeat'lt; meeting that I accompany resort has been in litigation a from pine! pulp.It March 27th 404,288 quarts being
the number of
and due to re- '
of Dr.
facts by was estimated that the plant
our committeeman to the prominent citizen of Hampton was
the six
shipped during day period
field inspections coming
quests the for different farmers Mr. Succeeds Bullen\ : commute' meeting held In Tampa taken out by a band of night riders will use about 800 cords of Florida at an average of 38 cents per
from I In January 'last. This I did. I was and brutally beaten because pine dally and employ about J.OOO quart with total receipts of

Brooks to make was secured Held Inspectons through here.thisoffice Igou As Secre- Starke, Fla., April. 8, 1930 delighted with the spirit of the >of his alleged connection with the persons Further plans of the corporation -I 29.44.. This fruit reached$151-l the

Mr. Editor: meeting. Of coure there were differences court action the perpetrators of said Wllnon., Include the! markets fur Vaster sales. For the
tary Of State A copy'of the Plnellas Republican of opinion such as I look the outrage taking tbelr victim ,to purchase of 300,000 acres of land week ending April 3rd lust year

Six Pure Bred reached my desk some dayi ed for; but there were no sign at a point near Klngsley Lake and adjacent to the mill. shipments totaled 328,604\ quarts
ago, and after a careful reading of "This does not plan to 'i
a division In'the: party. I thought,, on to a side road occupants or company at an average price of 30 cents
Bulls Purchased New Secretary State Was As- Its contents; to put It mildly, I was My Interest In thin meeting was leading car being apparently familiar ravage the timber lands they buy," total receipt. of S97.699.20. y
Istant Comptroller astonished to learn that the political said Wilson "tearing It after a few
two-foldJi;!; first; wished. to speak with the country. After ad Compared with the heavy move-
I. party In Florida that requires to members 'of the advisory committee m'nlsterlng the beating he wa I years denuded of timber growth, ment for the period ending Weda a

Cattlemen of County Attended Captain R. A. Gray who Satur- Its full and united strength to meeta concerning the billy Republican left to find his to where practically worthless for any uemlay night of this week of 1109,-

Hale Held In Jacksonville day received the appointment as strong and entrenched opposition applicant for the ofllca) of he could secure meal aid purposo\ They plant to grow their 800 quarts, tho movement for the ",

Last Week. secretary of state to succeed W I party has had its strength vitiatedby postmaster In' Starke who had On Wednesday night of las own timber, keep a continual crop same week of last year was only t

M. Igou forced to resign because someone somewhere and for passed the civil service examination week the night before the resort of It feeding their mill." 68,800 quarts at an average priceof !

On last Tuesday County Agent of 111 health will be a candidate some purpose. and with the highest rating! was advertised to open under man- \Vllnon said 1m was certain a 17 cents per Quart. Season's totals .

Klukenbaker and Dr, J. P. Mack to succeed himself In the June primaries Perhaps a number of things of any. My second wish was to agement of the receiver appointed second paper company would locate for this date of last year were ;'

oho Is in charge of cattle dippingIn he announced\ Saturday. have contributed to bring >about meet Mr. Howey. My first obJec- by the court this section was visIted In Florida loon lie said several 2,343,248 quarts and receipts of ',

this county, along with a number I Mi. Igou who had already qualified this unfortunate situation-doubly tive was successful, for members by a motorcade of Klansmen companies were Interested In 1692,022.96. v

of local men attended the pure as a candidate will withdraw unfortunate because* It has of the committee advised me that supposedly made up of members the fast growing pine material, Twelve express cars, thirteen ;'

bred bull sale In Jacksonville. The ; from the race.Governor occurred within the vestibule en- the name of Dr. W B. Parks was of the different klans In this section available In Florida...._ j jI freight refrigerator and a dally'
breeds offered for sale were Herefords Doyl!.' $f. Carlton selected trance to the approaching prl- favorably acted upon. More about of the'state. A section of thli, - --- xpress car of pony boxes and open

and Angus. As a result of Captain Gray, who for some marleu. Whether this was intentional this in a minute. motorcade stopped in Starke and 11)3114 I"KMOSTKATIONAUII.VT:: crates a total of 31 cars moved +,

the sale six pure bred bulls were ; time had been assistant comptroller or not I do not know, but (From information given Hampton. It Is not known whether : NOTICHMinn :, out of Starke during the six days '

brought into Bradford county. The at the same time as he received I must confess that it bears the 011 their application the civil this parade had any'connel'tlon -- ending Wednesday night The di'

buyers were: J. W. Eddy A.. H. Mr. Igou's resignation.! Mr. ear-marks of the "rule or ruin" Bert! 'Ire coninilNMlnii listed the with the advertised opening of tin Isabelle Thurnby. state solid express refrigerator car

Green. D. W. Moore and C, A. Igou had been appointed to the spirit. Of course* a man would 1 1a be III It appllefctuta ..M follow! O. resort the following night bu marketing specialist, from Tulla movement was made up of 2,7511

Prlngle buying Hereford and W. post following the death of H. Clay fool to think, let alone say that A. Futrh, W 11. Parks II. II. cards were placed In Starke Thurs hassee was In the county Tuesday 32-quart crates, 672 24-quart

Hogan Smith and Lester Kite buyIng Crawford. there la not something back of this Wiggins, Democrat; K.: K. day announcing postponement of and Wednesday assisting Mlsi crates and 264 2f-plllt.crate.

Angus. Captain Gray besides serving Republican spectacle, that'alreadyhas ferryman, .'. a\. Heott, IIooverDemorrata > the opening and it is still closed, Jordan home demonstration Shipments to date: ,

The purchase of these males by out the term left Igou's become a sweet morsel for our ; Mr*. II. II. while' It was reported Thursday agent In working up some straw Previously reported qt.... 1,424,758 !

local men Is possibly one of the resignation will make a determ- Democratic friends, the enemy to Young! Ht'I'U)Icanr Kdllor'M: that the receiver appointed by the herrry, product ,Minn Thereby Week ending Aprl. 18_ 609,800
outstanding' moves toward better ined campaign for re-election, he roll beneath the tongue. They note.) I court had resigned. will be back In the !county Monday !

beef production be/a. Dippingfor said. No appointment was an- have the tongue; who furnishedthe The other objective woe rather I Identity of the members making April 28th and will give 'u Totals to Apr. 16 ._.._ 1,934,558 'r
the tick has been in progressfor nounced to fill the post of assist morsel? disappointing to me. I met a Mr. ''up the flogging; party and those publln demonstration at tho Wom --

more thap a year and It la evi- comptroller.. I do not know Mr. Editor, Howey, but not the Mr. Howey I taking part In the klan parade has an's Club building In the afternoon Receipts to Apr. J310.896.80

dent that within a short time this Despite the resignation of Mr. whether this will meet ,with anticipated meeting. I met a Mr. I: not been established, and It I I" not Week'ending Apr. 16.. 104.509.OO

county will be released. It wouldbe Igou and the announcement that your political favor or not; but I Howey who Impressed me with be- : thought likely any steps will be Mi' Hubert Chambers of the I --- ., ..

a distinct mark of progress to he 'had withdrawn from the race am going to tell you something ing a politician before he was a taken owing to threats made to Itellbro'nn Spring community has Totals to Apr. 16th __$415,405.80AClltK'l'LTl'llAI

have the passing of scrub bulls for the cabinet post the political that has occurred in our county Republican, I met a Mr. Howey the victim ot the lash. Unsubstantiated offered annual flower, plants for -

come hand In hand with the release slutatlon remains much the same for which somebody is responsible. who did not measure ,up to the reports lay the attack to roadside planting to the people! onthe yJtJ.U& 1IOOKHCongressman ',
from dipping. This county I Miv Gray will be regarded as the The leading actor In this dramawe mental standard I had expected of the door of either klausmen or state farm road. Mr. Chambers

offers great opportunity for pro- administration candidate to succeed can assuredly point the fingerto the man Ifor whom I worked and kinsmen of the parties who still re- asks the Hellbronn home demonstration it. A. Green ad-
duction of beef cattle with the himself while T. R. Hodges and say, "Thou are the man." sacrificed that; he might be our tam s control of the resort. What aci Woman's Club to assist .
number of acres of land that are shellfish commissioner ousted by while we can pretty well see with next'governor ot Florida. As far tlon: Judge; Adktns will take In the him in putting this over and Mrs. vlnes the Telegraph that he received -
at present of little value but which Governor Carlton. will be the decidedly one eye closed, the sly hand of oth- as I know/i have never been accused matter of rescinding the court or- J. I)., Carmichael and Miss Itoxit allotment books of 1929-30 agricultural
would make excellent pasture. anti-administration candidate I ers. with having to be )kicked to der appointing a receivership for Moore were, appointed by the club year
However good beef cannot be pro- Other candidates in the field Permit me to say, in' the !I first tee a light saw,a light) 'And in the property Is not known he being Friday afternoon to call on the he department of agriculture\ and '

duced from a herd of scrubs, and Include' H. Clay Crawford, son of place, 'that'I am not a'politician' that light I discovered a .man,who 'in Macclenny this week hold- land pwners along the highway will forward a copy to anyone
who will advise him of his
the most economical method of r former secretary ot state and only as far as a voter may be Impressed meal not being politi- Ins the spring term of circuit The annual "health Content" ;
wishes. The
herd improvement Is through the grandson ot; a former secretary' of such, I do try to be an Intelligent cally at'leaHt.sincere. dirt.A.NHWKHH. wilt be held In Starke the last year books containa
great deal of valuable Information
introduction of pure bred males. state. voterr and the lips dlxlt of no manor Then a bit later In the meeting week of May. Girls) from all the 'concerning

These men have taken the initial The new_ secretary of state Is newspaper carries any weight a'man arose .41 didn't know his : TWO FIRMU.IH 4-IC Clubs In the county will com- of the farming Interest

move in better beef production and forty-eight years old. His early unless It is supported by something name), and with, direct words, and pete In tho content and the one country, S
it would be well for all men'Interested school country schools In more than a mere 'I say so." pointed flngeivaccused, Mr. Howey The lire department was ('alledout scoring highest will be given a

in beet production here to Gadsden and Wakulla counties, (Dr. 111111....'* wtivltlrM In and a Mr. Knotts of going to last Friday night at 8130: to free trip to Tallntin\* -a 4-11 Short ir.Moii t'litcMNO.. aa :MUKTM: '

follow' this move closely and let later attending the South Florida the rainpalffn of IU2M an a'...-, Washington! putting up at the extinguish a small blaze started JOUTHB. On thU day tits salad and -

the scrub bulls pass with release Military College at Barlow.. i lltlrnl Mpeuker In the rural Wllllard and lobbying against any under the porch floor of the Jun. posture content will he held also. I The Junior Woodmen Circle

from dipping.LOSES'LIFE. S section of Bradford county recommendation' the state com- his\ M Smith residence on Church Fach: club will be represented held )Jls regular monthly meeting

LOCAL I'OULTKYMAV are. Mill fresh In the minds of mittee. Talk about being startled street.. Smoke Ixsulng from ender -' one girl each whose name will\ be In the Woodmen hall Tuesday\ evening

IN STANDS! HIGH I.V STATE our'a. tribute to t looked for a sure enuf scrap; butIt i the porch attracted attention published later. Who will bo the / with the largest attendancesince
his ability HM A speaker some didn't arrive. It was an accusation of the occupants and the small winner the Juniors were organised.

A. J. Thomas local poultryman, Mill believe that only's that I thought should receivesome I blaze was extinguished with chem Miss Mary Keonn: east coast There was a class of nine to ba

AUTO ACCIDENTJ. stood second In the state Home election prevented: the recognition and action. I : icals. district agent from Tallahassee Initiated and the drill team car//

Egg Laying Content according (o Pop) from landing his armieson looked at the faces of the two men The second call was made at was In the city Friday, Miss Keonn rled on the work In a very Impresilve ,

L. Branch senior member of the report for the month of Feb- our roasts to force them to charged with such unethical con- <4:30 Tuesday morning from Law- and Miss. Jordan, home demonstration manner, r

the firm of J. L. Branch & Son. ruary which has been worked up kN his big tfM>.-Kdlfor's: duct to see what Impression It ley the local truck being summoned agent visited the Graham It Is expected that within the

strawberry buyers of Lockport. N. tho Extension poultryman at not**.) made upon them and all that I by phone to assist in 4.11 club girls Friday morning and next few months that Starke will
Gainesville and sent to the county In the second place I wish to' say could see was what J, would call a lighting flames which destroyed lellbronu Woman's Club Friday I have two teams to put on work.
Y. and Port Clinton Ohio was
Instantly killed last Thursday agent here. Mr,' Thomas', floctf that during my nearly nine yearsof I complacent SMBUlLr I!: ,", fThat's a two homes. The fire'' started In a afternoon MUs I Keonn: gave avery For the public and If the "8tarkaI .

night west of Lake Butler of 252 white leghorns gave an residence in Florida I have had : word compounded of .two word. vacant house owned by John Andrews Interesting k at both meet. I Winner cannot please them tho, '

when his just automobile left the high average production of 19.62 eggs; leant knowledge of the doings of namely,.smile*and sneer. That's and spread to the Harry ngs showing ,very Interesting pictures Juniors can, for the Junior work p

turned after crashing per bird for the month of February the Republican party In the state. my own compound. And I am not Padgett residence next door. Lackof of work done In oilier oc- throughout the state 'Jx very pretty o
and over
way wire fence. Mr. The average production per During these years I never attended joking Mr Editor for that l Is just wind prevented a more disastrous lions of the atat e. I' and we are sure that If every i,

Branch through a Mobile bird of his flock was only .05 eggs a counter; meeting even, for the what It wait--a SMEKR. fire the flames burning out The Graham 4-IC club girls gavea I mother could: see the work put on
Ala., for was the strawberry enroute shipping below the flock taking the leadIn reason that I never knew when a Say It a man were to accuse meof before the arrival of the truck. very Interesting program at Gra- by them she would have her son '

the state In the commercialgroup. meeting waa held if any where, a thing like that I'd make him ham school house Friday night ur daughter In the circle. Our
season there 'when the accident the I ever invited to atu>nd If I H.WIITON: C'HATKAi: OPENS: i aim Is to create love for
happened. His son, J. W. Branch Other poultrymen In nor, was wallow his words Instanter The stage( was made very attractive a greater
county who are members of the such a meeting.A were innocent of the charge1. I'd with 4-II posters. and native home, nation and God.
who had remained In Starke was Home! Egg Laying Contest are ( meeting of the white eny the allegation and lick the Under the management of Mr. Mreenl.; The program was as fol- The Junior supervisor also planned {

notified and the body was broughtto burial making excellent records also. Six Republicans of Bradford 'alligator." but, the accused slm- Jos. McKelburg of Boston the Iowa: Song America by audience; to give the Juniors! an Easter!: '

Starke and prepared for poultrymen in the county cooperating county was called In 192M, ply; 8MEEHED. Of course, they Hampton amusement Company, -H Club Work by club girls; PlayAs egg hunt on Friday the 18th sot
by the' DeWitt. C Jones Company. with County Agent Rlck- the meeting advertised In the nay be men of such pure and lofty hks opened the Hampton Beach the Children gee It." by four any of the Junior mothers have

CKV8C8:- TAKERS. :AT WORK enbaker are listed In the contest Telegraph to be held at the ihar'acter (I really don't know) Chateau on Lake Santa Fe west girli 1 Heading, "The 1101'' Stomach little ones too small to go there

and It Is expected that when the caafhouo"'. At this meeting that to reply or deny was beneath of Hampton. Mr. McKelburg ," Thelma Brown ; Play, 'Queenof vlll be a way to carry them as we,
Mr II. II. Young was elerteilaa dates be has had twenty years ex- want all the hunt that
Census enumerators are still contest begins again In November, and Food. by twelve girls. After to enjoy y'
the contestants In the county will the Bradford county comfnitteewoman .hem.When I returned from Tampa perience In handling of resorts i the program boxes were sold bal been planned for Good Friday. <
hard returns
from at this work gathering and probablywill be more than doubled. which position md my family asked If I had met plans to make the Chateau one of which had been prepared by the At the close of our meeting refreshments .P
county this
she still holds. During the Hi Howey, I replied; "Not the the most popular resorts In club gIrl.. The proceeds to bitued were served to nearly'Ifly ;a
consume another thirty daysbefore ectlon. The grounds are opento
ltnu Dr. Ilullen nerved a* pastor have formed a Juniors.
)I.UTH.S.U. ''Mr. Ilowey you for club work.
the final check up. Enum- of a local church hft pomnltut : nental picture ,of. I met a Mr all Without\ charge and organi- .
erators in the rural sections are, tatlons can secure use of the
Martha 72. died here a Democrat, did not take '!HllwlI for whom I would not cast \\OIIKINO (IV RK.ICII KOAU
allowed more time to complete Mrs: .round* for their picnics without liKIJKVK: : Oil >OT
their In the I Monday morning at the home of up active support of the R- a vote. It he were running for dog- -- '
work than those cost.
Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. liubllcan arty until 1O2* and atcher., I'm telling the truth. If A force of convicts has been
larger cities, and Mrs. Wood, whoIn her daughter ) I Here 1 III one that Mr. Rlpley
born in Georgia in hall Hampton
working within the incorporate Mrs. Sapp was ANMtt'.Nt'KM: FOIL romil.H-: Mould be proud to add tit his ) < on
had lived In this vicinity limits of Starker wishes to assure 1857, but HIONKIl of fame--after baring successfully clearing widening
of her life. of Ilrndfonl. county untilMarrh \ But here's the thing that gives dl Ight of for hard surfacing
those who afraid of being over- the greater part dodged that dreaded eacommonly way
looked that are she will get round to Funeral services were held :0: lOaf Editor'smete. poInt to the charge made by this O. W. Iflnson announces In this known as measles, for The convicts are working at the y

everyone within a short time. Tuesday afternoon from the home .) nan who/' es. .I think in St. Petirsburg Issue for re-election as, county I I r. period of 82 years W. A Motes junction of state road 13 at liampN
The enumerators are finding their of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and During November of last' '. JVhls I was David R. Grace commissioner from District 4. Mr,, 'of this city was confined to his. ''ton. The state road department '

lark not one at this time Interment took plac,j In the Dial some of the white Republicans itate committeemen from thisouaty.Editor's Illnson has served his district In \ bed with a cane of It this. week allotted funds for surfacing this '
an easy together for the purpose :
I got ; : note.) think I the ihort connecting link between the -
of the when are occupied cemetery. his capacity for several years and "And to +
year harvesting so many their,: Pallbearers were: J. E. CorpenIng of effecting a White Republican Dr. W. B. Parka was to be recommended has given careful conscientiousattention thing for 82 years," Mr Motes Elrooker road and Hampton and
strawberry and for this :, J, II. Bitch F. F. Sump( W organization, and I was askedo for the postmastershlp to the duties of his 'office. said, "I must be entering my sec convict labor will likely be used. '

reason the department crops will allow VV. Balsden, A. .8. Crews and N. :'rommlttee serve as chairman subject to oi the the county appro- (Concluded on Page 4.) j ond childhood!" For the entire project. ;

extra time to finish the work. Stern berg.

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I : 411t '': farming." ..... ................. dinner party celebrating the birthdays ...........a'.*..+.....4. next Sunday morning at ten-thlrt7
Mr. KIckllter: "Why did he goBO .: of Mrs. Houser and several of J Everybody Is Invited to attena!

t I B. H. JOURNAL | farm from home? Couldn't he : Keystone Heights : her guests. The guests Included HAMPTON : Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville

have studied In the college of .. HIM >..1.. 0...... C.i .. M/ and Mrs. Clyde Pangborn D. ttlmm Ads N!.... ('er.S '. preach at the Christian tinni-I( I,

1r I Pharmacy?" ........................ EJ. Pangborn, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ........................ next Sunday morning AI "i' htAt !

Carr and Mr. Earnest Llpscomb. p. m. Easter services will I h,
"w-p\P.n STAFF1 The tureen supper at the club M.'. James Pursley of Toronto re ,
EdItor.lnThI.t .. -- PAUT KNIOTTT! Gertie and Pearl had been away house Tuesday evening, was a very Saturday evening Mrs. George Canada, who has been the guest dered. Everybody is invlti' ,\ It
1l AaNIptnnP lldltorn :. :. FEATURE MANNINO. EVA MAHCOTTKLI3AH from home against their mother's Skinner entertained at dinner In : tend both services.
4 : _ .. _. _ 8TRUTIILERTFIR pleasant affair. About fifty were of his uncle. Jack Pursley during
: M IJ inke J4Itor commands and she was waiting I of Air. and Mrs. Louis. Walker Last Wednesday afterno
7X Sportii Kill'tor __ _. -. PRK'i: ROHINWINLK.VA present to enjoy the good supper. honor the winter, returned to his home ,
.H Henlor Rport .... _-_ __ 1JKLIK SllifAIUANNIM for them with a switch. and Dr. and Mrs. Gamble who 16th, Mrs. M. L. Watterson'
___ HKAWHIIKV : this week. "nit!)
2 Junior KeportrrRnphomor ImporterKri :: STKriVMEnOMA / "Gertie, where have you been?" On Thursday afternoon Mrs. left, Monday for the north. WithMi' talned in honor of her (lin'>!
Jt :i Ray Jenkins and her sister-in-law, Rev.' :Norrls 01 the First
Dortor f HHOVVNI.KKRND..irK %'Itli PearL" pastor Dorothy's third birthda
H Mrs.Valker Dr. and Mrs.
I and ,
:I''i''R".rI: .: _:. __ E.ELLE K HAI.L1B JONi I r'l'[
iIL t ""Pearl, where have been?" Mm. Anna Hall entertained both Baptist -church filled his re ularappontmt'nt dining room
you was tasteful
Faculty Supervlnnr MISS FLOHaNCK MATTIIKWS Gamble the guests were: Mr. and de, .
} the Woman's Club and the Craft : here last Sunday
? a "With Gertie. Mrs. Dan Reamer, and Mrs. Jule rated with cut flowers ami.
: l lt r I "Where have you both been?'" Club at the home of Mrs. Jenkinson Whale.Mr. morning and evening.Mr. The dining table In tht ,feral,
: climb on to the top of the highest' Horseshoe Lake. A Inter- nifal
t 11. If. H. MMTKH "Together. very and Mrs. J. M. Steel, who of the room was draped
peak "Success" or go back downto I acting program was given consist- and Mrs. Clyde Pangborn, 'have been guests here during the with garlands of pink. i -I\i:

; With t this ed'tlon of the Jour- one: of the valleys, the valleyof NOW IS TIIK TIME wlmx lag of current events; Mrs.'Geo. M.*. and Mrs. Louis Walker, 'Dr. winter returned to their home In was centered with Th. ):
a b. ,.
off for the disgrace Ignorance, or d'sease. Skinner concse: and Mrs. Bruce Gamble have left .niir
'h11 nal we are signing gave a explanation Tolland, Conn., this week. whte: birthday cake
which ;
that's Our climb Is by no means ending. The seniors of the new method of tak for Meadvllle Pa. were
;L A1 { grand and glorious Bummer I are trembling before census M. L. Watlerson and family and three pink burning oandeh
: just around the corner. We hope It Is jut beginning.Will the mighty aspect of exams. ins* Mrs. Chas. Clark gave a short Mr. and Mrs. Edd Lawrence of Mrs. R. M. Faver were transacting I senting the Pink rtipre.

: that you hare been pleased with that time we have looked( Klngsley Lake Is calling for us. talk on the conditions in India Meadvllle, Pa., are guests of Mr. business In Starke last Monday.Mrs. flowers beautifully age. and whit

i' ; our effort to give you a correct forward to with so much pleasure Ttiji school house Is alive atnight and !Mrs Ella Bird talked on the and Mrs. E. A. Smith. J. C. McCIoskey of Lake the table carried arranged )n

,I record of our school days, and that come to us with the glory and I : due to play practice. anti-church move in Russia. Ice What came very close to beinga City visited her.aunt, Mrs' A. A. ,scheme of, pink and out thE ,ulor

I : gfgJ next year's-Journal staff will, do honor we wish to have It romeT Everybody is busy making pos ; cream, cakes and coffee were served serious accident occurred' Monday McDonald last Friday and Satur' Mm. Watterson white

;;tl1i:; : "ever BO much better.-So. long} Whether It does or does not do- terse at the close of the,program. morning, when a Ford coupe, eta)'. R. M. Faver assisted b) Urt
5 Ipndll on what we have accomplished The sops snoot the seniors I The Thursday evening! meeting driven by Miss Marie Finney, Jacksonville Geo. Shaw and family of Orlando the little to and holpm

t: L4t April 29th marks' the clone of and what wo are yet to accomplish cause the eenlors won the basketball at Camp of the Palms was both turned completely over were the guests of Mrs. Shaw's ones carry out mam

L ii the most successful year B. H. S. ) In the yearn to come. gamo Friday.Everybody's Interesting and Instructive. Mr. on the new road Just at the en- mothei', Mrs. H. F. Cheuser this elusion Interesting gameft. At 'h ?
cake fruit
has ever had. W'e. like the other mountain happy! trance to Keystone Heights. Miss punch wi> ; : J. E. Larson read a number of week. .
the Journal staff want to climbers, are being watched. The who is connected with ed abundantly.
3 / We, S ters from J. Sherwood Eddy Flnney, the Mi'. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreauxhave
1 : express our appreciation for the eyes and Interest of many are centered Jacksonville Flying school various. parts of the "World. let-I educational department of the R. as their guest, Mr. Lamo- Those' who participated n ''his

; entire school to the faculty of D.jr. on us. From us. they are opened here.Orlando Eddy is a personal friend of I C. A.-Victor Company, was on her reaux's slater, Mrs. Roosevelt of. del ghttul affair were: Dorothy

L i t 8., and especially to our principal exporting great things. Imagine First National Bank Tlbbttts. way to Gainesville, where she was Tampa. I Watterson, Claudie Belle Brown

i 8. S. DowlInK and Superintendent how disappointed and disgusted and Trust Company Increased cap- Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. JIf. I to speak over radio at noon', when Miss Elizabeth Walker of Val- I L. tJohns, Lela May Sparkman
A. J. that they would be if they should nee the accident occurred. i Charles Parker Jeannette (Parker
OrlfflsReeling She
L ital stock to $400,000. | Houser gave a very delightful was dosta, Ga., Is the guest of MIss
? this SUCCORS has been largely due us slip and tall into one of the __. I unaware of the coat of oil just be- I Ray Parker, Doris Rutledge Inn'
-- -- -- - Margaret Turner
I: I t !i to the splendid efforts they have dreaded valleys. Let's make our -- ... -. -. --- -- - - - ing put! on the new pavemept and The 4-II Club of Hampton held 10,' Rutledge, Blanche Pater,

made in our behalf. audience: glad by climbing to the her car skidded. Miss Finney was their Fredrick Watterson, Evelyn dill,
fr regular meeting at the city
.' top of Mt. Success. When the Carolyn Harrison, Marguerite!
\ considerably bruised but the extent -
ball last
; 1. :" We, the Senior class of '30 wish rocks are rugged: and everything How to PlayBRIDGE of her injuries could not at The Thursday afternoon. Houser, Emery Brown, Lcla May

(I ,''t : to thank the Dank of Starke for seems against .you. just think of tho time be determined. She was meeting was called to order Drown, R. L. Brown, Edna Harrison .

L the attractive little graduation records our senior motto and climb on. ? taken back to Jacksonville In the i and after a'very Interesting business Elmer Harrison, Huynes Fa.
I 'J which they sent ui. We appreciate S \WIt/I afternoon. a very interesting ve.', Harvine Wattersont and Ur
play was rendered three
by girls,
them very much. Good and communion O. Hoynes and Mrs.. Watterson
Friday !
I' I\\UW': '': TT.\ ,AI'It, 21 "How Billy Drank the Milk." The
1 S I Jc7s 1929-30 by services will be observed at Key- play was greatly enjoyed. After Llttlo Dorothy received many
t ,
' The chapel exercises last Thursday An Interesting event of the stone Heights Community churchon the play they did beautiful beautiful and useful presents and

' : : i jQ morning were conducted by month will be the primary operetta I Wjrnne Ferguson Friday evening.Bootsc''s. sewing, In which some much Interest everybody enjoyed the evening

!i Ker. Ouy of the Method'st: church. "Fairies Are Heally Truly," "Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION 8 BRIDGE S I was manifested. S
t IteY. Guy referred us to an article Three sessions will be held by
." directed by Mrs. A. E. Wall, teaturing .......... Mr. and
la recent which .. ........... Mrs. A. I. Gould of members of the Florida
a Literary Digest Inland
students of the primary Copyright. 1929 by Iloylc./ Jr. and'
tells of th uprising: of the Sharps visited Mr. Gould's father Coastal Waterways
4. e grades from the first through the : Beach Association(
"Reds" In Russia. lie 'told us : F, Gould last Sunday.Mr. convening at KIsslmmee for
;A fifth, which will; be held In the ARTICLE No. 18Don't A their
,1 that while such conditions do not school auditorium on the evening .. .........6.............C and Mrs. Wm. C. Karnmer-,. annual meeting on April 25 according
take of Bridge too I I The humorous ? of this -----------------y----- er, Mrs. M. C.
exist: In this country, we should your game aspect unfortunate Sweeney and Miss to Information ,
of April 24th. Admission 25 and seriously. The result of doing *o !i. occurrence i is shown by the Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and Marlon Edna Jones were shoppingIn supplied
) protect our churches. "There are 36c. shown to the KIsslmmee board of trade
tt' the
clearly by following: following comment of a .well-known children were visitors to Starke Jacksonville
Z: 1L other ways of destroying the "Because her Bridge partner playedthe player: last Saturday. by Mayor A. F. Knotts of Yankee-
Saturday afternoon.
churches besides tearing them wrong card twice Mrs. Mary Lee Evidently the Jury In this case was Mrs. I. W. Wesley of Waldo, town, the president.
", down and bombing them," said Dr. HOT TII2:$ Bishop shot and killed her. Mrs Bishop not made up of Bridge players, else it Airs. Nancy Keene and children was visiting friends and relatives
was sentenced to life imprisonment in would have returned *a verdict of of DeLand spent the week-end here tb's week. S
_____ i. Guy, "and one of the main ways Palatka-New city playground
_ Say the Detroit fuse of correction by homicide.' here with relatives.
mama, was baby sent 'justifiable There will be an Easter service
Is and Gainesville
_ bvnot attending supporting: Judge John \\ Brennan In the article on highway formally
down from Heaven? asked little yesterday. preceding a number of Miss Willie Mae Reddish spent rendered at the '
',>. our churches. Louise Irs. Bishop killed !Mrs. Rosa Lee "End Plays" were given for analysisby Sunday afternoon the Baptist church opened to public. _
Hayes. guest of her
I -- --- --- ____ .
S Henderson! 4402 Beaubien Street, Decembers our readers. The writer's analyses .n .
1 _-_ The B. H. B. Glee Clubs helda "Why, yes." ?, 1927"VdoilJ..," Pren. follow: cousin, Miss. .Alene Rosier,
concert last Friday night which "Urn. They like to have It quietup Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee spent

I, was a grand success. The program there, don't they?" r Answer to Problem No. 14 I the week-end the guest of Miss ::
.(j, Elsie Rhodeti of Wateroak.Mrs. We can
consisted of songs by the Senior I leurts- none YES your
and Junior Glee Clubs piano solos "I am no good unless I strike", ClubsA.Q.9Diamonds N Crawford and childrenof 8

'i"fi, ; : ;! violin solos,.and read:ngH. said"And the you match.lose your head every Hearts -SpadesJ-, 8 none weeks Jacksonville here.Okeechobee. are spending a few I STORAGE BATTERY In IlltthShs ,

none 10, 8 .
rt GRADUATING. KKCISKS: :: time you do strike' said the match Clubs-J, 1,5,3 Y Clubs- K, 10,4 Park Theatre .. **
box. Diamonds-8 A B. Diamonds-none
: Spades -none -, l Z I Spades-none sold to Sol Ellis. .
; AU friends and patrons of B. H. I Madison J. L. Tooke opened Starke
'Il 8. are cordially Invited to attend Traffic Cop: "lie)', there! Don't Hearts- 7Clubi fish market In old bottling works Garage

\ the, graduating exercises begin you know you"cant turn aroundon 8,6,2 ___ place on corner of Pinckney and Pia.
street? Diamonds-none
lilngr Sunday evening April 27th. lorry streets.
Sunday evening April 27th baccalaureate .I Scootle: "I think ,can make It Spades 9 ..
,r -1 --- --- --

: sermon by Dr. O. H all right, sor. Spades! are trumps and Z is in the heart or ((2)) a club.'If B leads a heart,

::1 Lowry, 8 o'clock. lead. Mow can Y 2 win four.of the five should trump with the nine of spades
;\ : 1 Monday evening, April 28th Mrs. Carpenter: "Why did tricks against" any defense? and Y should discard the queen of Economical
p!: Senior play: "When a Feller Needs I Washington cross the Delaware Solution: Z should lead the seven of clubs Y must then win the'! balance of for Transportation
J i admission Kutelle: "Ho wanted to go to hearts and discard the nine of clubs the tricks. If B leads a club at trick
;I''> a Friend 8:15: p. m., Atlantic City '' I' from Y's hand. B is thus forced into two Y must win the balance of the
l' :t : ,,26 and !60c.Tuesday ,. the lead and must lead either ((1)) a tricfs.Answer .
) LI evening: Commencement -
, ; );
i,: It (:it':,'. exercises; delivering of dl- Thelma Af, "Astronomers are to Problem No 15

:1 I : ". plomas by Superintendent A. J. making" an attempt to weigh Heart- none ______

VA) i[ 3>" Grlffls and Principal: S. S. Dowl- light.Dora M. "That's Clubs-none '.., 4-" ,\ '.
------ 1 'Jng. Address by Dean J. W. Nor- : easy; the DiamondsnoneSpadcsAQ,7J

:1> ? : nion! pf University( !of Florida, 8 grocera" have been doing It for - :
years. Hearts-none heart none /, t: ,
tp" L, l '. ... ,
-- a Diamonds-J,8 ; A D I Diamonda-none ;;
$':{ :. "WJUJN A 1"II.I: Ire: : "Hare you any prominentmen Spades-8. 6"I I Z s Spades-K, 10llcarts . ;r' < _
_ : '
'if"/f. ,; '$ :NKKOS: A .'n.N. : U" in your tamllY1"Hazel i '
: "Yes. one of my forefathers none .
II; I :" Just when does a "feller need a was an admiral. At onetime Clubs-.l.I r' fDiamon : it's wiseto
"f. < none
:;:J \ friend?" The following characters ( he led the world's combined !Spaclea-J,9,5
'.': ; f' Jo our Senior play know that big fleet. "- ;
, sercot. Wouldn't you like to find Iris: "How Interesting. What Tnt'e Arc no trumps and I.. .s ... '"e ne 116 Iurxu,: io icuu .aueu, ul' IU lnu : y-
t !I'X' 'out? wan. his name?" lead How can Y Z win two of the Bee Queen in Y's hand. End Plays in : ii :
J i hazel: "Noahn remaining tricks again any defense? Problems U and IS are fine examples choose
k Tom Denker-Paul Knight. Sojiawn: Z should lead the nine of of "throwing" the lead and forcing the ._ ;
i :\ Hob Mills-Milton Brownlee. clubs, thus forcing D to win the trick adversaries to lead away from good --:
'0 Mrs. Reese-Fearle Manning. Annie Mae: "I understand that After B has also made the live of clubs, cards to their disadvantaiC. . : 'J'i' *

i Jerry Smith-IJallle Jones. you made a bet that If you pro-
Xt I / '
: I LU-Estelle! Kendrick. losed to me I would accept you?" Answer to Problem No. 16 ---7 . '. ,: ,

Paul; "Yes, will you marry .' .. ',: : ..
''l'?4 i'rj. "Bins", Dlckson--Cornelius Edwards me?" Jlcarta-Clubs-J,7, 9, 6. . : : .::,:. SIX

ifJJ.. L ( William Denker-Gary Overic& Annie .Mae: "How much did YOd pades Diamonds- 6 :,' a .
'f.- bet?" none
1 1rfJi
''t. street J learts- none -- -- }rcarts none
: Alice King---Th lma SIlcox. Clubs- "K. 9 : Y I {.Iubs3 -
j I --e;:; ;
I.; ''r- ,, .; Elaine Lyneo-Lena Delia Bhcpardi Llltle Edna l a beautiful [ Diamonds -K, 8. 7 : A B : Dl'.1moncls10, 9. 5, 4, 3 There Is one sure way to get greater no other car costs less for service.
bouquet of flowers from Green Spades-none C Z f Spades-none value In
a low-priced-car today-
;? 4. : 'j\
1jj/ ,, Angela Scott-Eva Marcotto. Cove Sprlngi. Her mother told -8, 4- choose a Sid. Because of its modern engineering,
/ her to put them In a vase fllleil -
1" also
{'Iubs-A, Q, assures a high resale ,..
: would last This greater value Is
!I 14E.NIOit! :K\VH: with water and they Diamonds-A, J Instantly value.
': 4 't for several days. A few days later Spades-none ; obvious when you drive a Chevrolet

;'.1 "f'' Don't forget: -your standing date Edna% appeared with the wilted Six. You notice first of all its Chevrolet gives you fully-enclosed.

: 8:15 m. B. II. flowers in her hand and said: '*( There are no \trumps and Z is In the seven of diamonds but what will his greater smoothness. There is no weather-proof, -wheel brakes
t J'I- Monday 28th at p. lead. How can Y Z win all of the tricks I third! discard be? If ha. discards tbe ; a
don I'll trow 'em away naw tremor In the modern
ma steering wheel-no 'fuel
.., :t. 8 auditorium admission :25 andy against any defense? king of clubs Y's Jack of clubs and Z's system-with the
,: 1 &c: ,'60o. No reserved Boats.t ma. Solution: Z should first lead the ace ace of diamonds will win the lost two rattle in the floor boards-no rumble gasoline tank mounted in the rear;
i, : of.,clubs and then place Y in the lead tricks. If A discards the eight of dia or drumming In the body. four long semi-elliptic springs,
, ; We feel that the fallowing Duster: "The camel ran go eight; with a low heart. Y should then lead moods. Y will lead a diamond and Z mounted lengthwise in the
In addition
1 Eva Marcotte, days without water." the jack nine of hearts and A and It will win the last two tricks with the to the finer perform-
written by tion of
/ C I!; I 14 very appropriate for publication : discard. B'. discards are immaterial as A's third discard is, Y Z must win all new Chevrolet gives beautiful Fisher bodies built of
;' ;: :' in this', our last Journal: would let me. he has no winning cards. Z should of the remaining tricks. This forcingof remarkable you. truly combination hardwood-and-steel.

f limb Though thn Urn'kit lie Itug1 discard the queen of clubs.A an opponent to discard winning economy. It gives
a heavy
JI" Kr,1d June: "Do you mean to insinuate however is forced to discard to cards to his disadvantage is the so- Its six-cylinder smoothness you rigidly-braced
l'' -1," ( I oan't tell the truth?" his disadvantage. His first two discards called "squeeze" play and should be the entire car from the strain.and saves channel-steel frame. And It gives

Could a Senior class select a Miriam "Ily no means. It I Is should be the nine of clubs and the thoroughly understood by,all player wear of vibration. This, of course you mechanism.a full ball bearing steering

, .It better and nobler motto than !Impossible to say what a woman lowers the and
Answer to Problem No. 17 cost of maintenance
_ _
-.\\1'..., L "Climb Though the Rocks Be Rug- can do until she tries;" Hearts' 8 assures a, longer-lasting longer- Before you decide on any car In the
t gad," To merely repeat the words low-price field and
Clubs-none satisfying/ automobile. see drive the
little but if w) think He: "They say that love ht the Chevrolet
:.J"JI means very Diamonds-none Six. The more thoroughly -
Id! _ 1 -' about them seriously they mean- greatest thing In the world. I Spades-A, O., 8 From the standpoint of operating you investigate the
1.l'a. I lot to us. ,wonder why?" "" Hearts- 7'' Hearts-5. 3 expense Chevrolet is equally ecocertain more
Hilda ou've f".I. Clubs- none : Y t '''Clubs-none you are to conclude that
From the day we entered school : J got me. nomical. No other automobile
\ ? -.I.- Diamonds! -4 : A B t l>i.lmond.- 6 canIt's wise to choose a Six-for value,
.' I we have looked forward to being ,sumes less gasoline and oil. Noother for
Spades K, J : Z : Spades-none performance . and for
the Mrs. Long: "What was King shows economical -
; Seniors and to graduation a lower expense for tires. And .
_ .i. i end of our ambitions. the realization Solomon noted for above .any Hearts A, 4, 2 transportation!

:' _________ ;, of our Ideals. To this end we thing else" ,. Clubs-noaeDiamond. ROADSTER OR PHAETON' ,....Cnsc,,oe eou".s......IJfIJ The- Ughl D Mwry cu.".. ,
have worked, studied planned and I Hall!*: "lie was related by marriage .-A Ta.Spo.-i Road,'.,......... su TheS.d ti6
I # T..SporCou". .. .......... .lllJllUHfJ'......... climbed for twelve years. to more people than any Spa 1 other man that ever lived." Thf Sudan ... .. Thell ;;;; ;.
F Tourists In mountain regions 495 ,, 075 "ortC"'ri.'' .,u
Spades an trumps and Z is in the his trump holding so that he will not Th*Special Stdan.:::::=::: r"'Ilo. .,.,
7jj .
: : are often fascinated by the daring I Dttlnty .... f.
lead. How can Y Z win all of the tricks be forced in the lead and forced to lead (' Wit WhMl Standard
feats performed by the natives Lois: "That movie we saw of against any defense? trumps up to A's hand. (l'Iclt-.."So.Zser.)

!k, _ 4 Up up, up over the rocks that Oliver Twist was good, what?" Solution Z should lead the ace of Sippo.eattrkkoneZshouM tend j f..rk. iKturjr.. Iliac"klalJa '41&pekeal.o. 6./dC'.,.
L seem Impassable to the beholders, Eva: "Yes! Say. wouldn't that diamonds and trump in 1'. hand with the ace of diamonds and Y should discard -
t' they climb to the hlghett point make some book?" the eight of spade.Y should then lead the eight of hearts. That would
__ the eight darts' and win the trick in leave Y with three trumps and thus
Alt of us are living In a very rs hand with the *c Z should MW force him to trump the second trick. Torode-Ritch
mountainous region. The mountains Mr. KIckllter: "Where Is your lead the deuce of hearts and no matter He''" would theft be forced lead Chevrolet Co.

'1 \ which are higher steeper son Guy?" what A plays Y must win the balance trump and A would thus make the
and more rugged than the Alps, Mr. Andrews: "Hels in New of the tricks.: Y'. play at trick one,of king of ses. This) play COOK up
't''t may be termed the Education Jersey studying agriculture." trumping his partner's* .winning card very seldom but try not to RUM it 3 *
I. 1;; Range. When we reach the top Mr. KIckllter: "Agriculture" the ace in this instance,is the so.calleJ"Gnsid it does. Starke

t t of Ml. Graduation we must either I Mr. Andrew: "Yes, scientific (;CUP".lta object!is to sbactei} Florida'T'

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; : federal handed tribunals.down In Florida Rulings. courts were I Great Lakes Trip; a Restful Break in Trans-Canada Journey Philadelphia took 7,708 car. of r'

i News of in Short Paragraphs eI that the district was Illegally organized citrus In 1929, the report of the Ir

and that the tax collector Philadelphia market news service

should not gather assessments for, of the department of agriculture,

the work done In federal court shown. Florida supplies all the* '

I here Judge \kerrian twice de- grapefruit" and tangerines and 80

ELIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I clined to prevent a bondholder per rent of the oranges or a totalof

from suing the owners for money more than 5,500 cars.

due on a bond declared "void by .
A party of 160 Maine potato "i

,, state jurists. ? growers arrived In Palatka Monday
BY OUR I e".y1.eAttu morning over the Atlantic
EXCHANGESBenson Ocala-A squady, of dry agents Coast Line railroad on a special

,_. - :- -. .......,.-.- - -"- 4 set the bootlegger's teeth to train for a tour of the Palatka-
gnashing by a two-day expeditionInto
Hastings potato belt. The party
Springs The Florida within. 100 feet of the >rtiifiiifu > > >
the wilds
ground as a of Marlon county : decided to make Palatka their
public Service Company has com- greeting to a young woman. Each east of the Ocklawaha river. They f rTn'WVr3 headquarters during their stay in.
pleted a network of overhead dip cost him $18.08. captured six big stills and pouredout Florida on account of the potatosection

transmission lines extending from .- thousands of gallons of mash. being more accessible from

Benson Springs to Avon Park ata Miami Beach Albert Capone, Five miles north of Brucevllle, the t Lw. t there A special Invitation was extended 'I

cost exceeding a quarter of a known locally as a brother of Scar- i squad took the prize capture, a .. the party to make Palatka.
million dollars the chief feeder of faco Al Capone was found guilty huge copper still with eight caps -----.J their headquarters by a committee)

nh'th: Is a high power line carrying of vagrancy today upon, arraign- and the same number of colls. I. ON TVS' from the local Commercial club.
110,000 volts. ment In municipal court. Sentencewas : More than 7,000 gallons of mash .1 S 10' "S.S'o.Jl80IA l3o.vr ac". e' K. .

deferred for four days to give 'was poured out as was 112 gallons --- Harvesting ana shipment of St.

Wlmauma-James Elsberry, of the defendant's attorneys opportunity -i. of liquor. The still was hot Jk kNc : Lucle ('ounty'a hpavy tomato crop

Willow, escaped unhurt, by swimming to argue motion for an new when located, showing that a run will get under 'way in good shape

out of a lake yesterday after trial. Under Miami Beach ordi- had just been made, officers said I within the next ten days. The

; )h's' plane dived into 10 feet of water nances, maximum sentence for About four miles east of Lynne a : first car load for the current crop

I in Tiger lake. The pilot said vagrancy conviction is ninety days still of 600 gallons capacity was will forwarded Friday night al.

His motors stopped. The plane lu jail and $500 fine Albert was located Eleven hundred gallons\ though several cars had been shipped s

wan dragged from the water after arrested on a municipal golf course of mash was destroyed, as was a earlier from a small winter tr

1x4as towed near shore by a mo- yesterday by Chief of Police It. II. cache of 115 gallons of liquor I crop. Three packing plants will

lot boat. It was badly damaged. Wood. hamilo, the bulk; of the total crop.

I West Palm Hl'ach-It wouldn't Chime &: Company are expected to

I'lilatka--Allen Holten, middle 'l'II.Uhassee--Owen Mixon, fluke have been KO bad, Fred Spencer open their plant here this week,

aged recluse, was found dead early ,' county life-termer who escaped told Judge Marry Hauck today If i The American Fruit Growers will .

today in an orange grove at San from a convict road camp his friends, Purwell Jones and begin; handling tomatoes shortly

Mateo after a search had been Instituted two days ago, was taken from a Harold Taylor, bad had a taste after the close of the fruit season, '

by his slater \vlio became train here this morning by local for more common sandwiches like,,: 'and the Rant) Coast Growers Com-

alarmed when he failed to return pollro while making his way towards say, hot dogs/: but they preferred I $ i tinny IH preparing for the shipping k,
4 .
The Jacksonville. chicken. Fur the last ten days 'I y'r4U.r. Np CoMAgeON season
to his home. body was lying Mlxon was m_ _. -
fare downward across a hoe where serving( a! sentence for murder Fred said, his two acquaintanceshad Comparatively few travelers art '-- ./ I -

it wa! presumed had fallen fol- when he em'aped. lIe was sent,, visited his barbecue stand all I aware of the delight of a voyage on I LAKE" Q.osroF. Duels City Dada City Poultry

lowlag! a heart attack. up In 1923 and got away in too frequently, cli'Inking tens the of Great romance Lakea.and America', inland point west. The enatbounct traveler Besides being an education in itneU Company hatchery operating at
March, 1927, only to be recaptured at will. They showed a mark- within moat beauty of the from the Orient or tha Pnclflc Coast the trip provide a welcome break In full capacity,
Former Governor in June eel preference for chicken Fred accessyot populous reverse the procedure and board the a long tram. Jnr. ej, for who would Lake flutter Farmers and
Tallahassee- 1928. He will be tak- centers of North America, On of vessel. at Port Arthur or Fort Williamat not excl. ago a Hilt In a -
81(1>ey J. Catts announced yesterday en back to the road camp by a road said, with no mention of payment, the plea antet way of journeying the western. end of Lake Superior, for fresh orveoei and the exhilaration railway car Otuilpra, Hank quarters being Im

tbat he had definitely decidedto department officer. "I thought Fred was a good fellow across the continent! pnrtlculaily for The voyage, which provide many of a stroll along a promenade decKt proved.Planty.
eater the race for congress from ," Jones told the court shortly the traveler bound for Winnipeg of the thrills of a trip. te Europe. Includes Incidentally, the teamer themselves City Nu-Woy Mattress

the third d'strict! and that he Tampa-A new factor was Injected before he and Taylor received suspended Bang or Lake the Orient Louise Vancouver Victoria the lovely St. Mary River the are replicas of ocean llcercomfort Company at 601\ South Collins:
to board of
one great Sault See Marie canal, built
would make an active campaign. into the race for state sena- sentences of 30 days in the Canadian Pnclflc lake .- enable vessels to negotiate the 11-to able cabin, plenty of deck space end street operating successfully, '
charming .
tor from\ jail on charges of disturbing the "A.alnlbola.the dining aaloona Plant City Baptist church' to tJf
Mr. Catts expressed his belief that Illllsborough county last "Keewatln" foot drop from Lake Huron to Lake It If 800 mile from Port McttlcoU --
he would win the first primaryover night when Colonel Homer W. peace. "That's just the trouble the "Manitobaat Port McNIcoll or SuperIor-the largest body of frean to Port William-000 mile of inspiring erect new build'nK soon. y
judge," Fred replied "I've been Owen Sound. Ont.,_nd spend an water In the world on which tbetra.els
both the Incumbent, Congressman Hesterly was brought aut as a can- scenery and restful deep. a journey -
Tom Yon, and Harvey J. didate for the state now occupiedby too good a fellow." Invigorating the 39 noun on the water steamer at fun cpeod for hall which will linger long in the t
arriving at Twin Cities of Port a day and all night, nines of the timeout travelers
Bayliss, of Penuacola, alsoa Pat Whitaker Senator Whit- Arthur and memory. This service will
mayor Port WIIIIamCanada'sgranaryin
of land
light ; Thunder Cap be inaugurated May 38 with the willing it with Flowers '
aker Is candidate to Jacksonville Sheriff: W B time to Say 1
candidate. .... a succeed himself catch the early a rugged promontory near the Twin of the "$eewstin" from Port Mo-
I the other candidate being Cahoon sent three deputies to look morning train. for Winnipeg and Cities and other ngroaalog' sight. Nlcoll, 108 mil* from Toronto.

Miami-Suit for $50.000 dam-, Morris M. Givens, elected county for a liquor trap. They hunted - - .

ages and a criminal warrant charging solicitor at the last election, but 1 and perspired for three hours. I\STKII: : CJIUITIX: : :...,....... ........... J. Yarbouich. were visitors to Flowers For All jr
fraud were on file In Dade kept out of the office when Sena- They knew the trap was In a certain '

county courts today instigated byC tor Whitaker refused to permit his building but they couldn't t TIIERESSA Htarke Saturday. OccasionsGERTRUDE ',
(To my Sister Nell.) M,'. .and Mrs..Cohen Peels spent
Crawford Hollidge, Boston department confirmation by the senate. budge some heavy concrete blocks. Miss Ithoda Zclgler, Cor Sunday afternoon with Mr, and .._. _ T... ____
store operator, who They finally decided on dyna- Again; It Is glad Easter time, .
ieNeN Mrs. A B. no ler.
tharged that a boat built for him Ocala-For the first time in mite. "I'll go get the dynamite," With song, and church bells ringing .N..N e'NNeONeMr. Remember GODBEY y
Sunday school
by Erick Schlerenbeck and for years. If not In the history of Flor- said one deputy as he pounded off ", U. O. Sapp of Luke Butler, Sunday morning at 10 o'clock( every, ,ANDERSON

: which $26,000 was paid was not ida no color line will be drawn In toward the door. The words had A springtime fragrance fills the Mr. TiHon Sapp and Wilbur Suppof Mi' and Mrs Bradley and children "

seaworthy.; The case had is origin the eligibility of those casting bal- scarcely been spoken when one of air, Hatforcl, spent Sunday after spent Sunday with her '- Phono 39 Waldo, Fla t'
1 in Frank lots In a primary election. The the concrete blocks began to hiss A tender memory bringingOf parents _.
Germany a year ago noon with Mr O. M. Bennett and Mr. and !Mrs Kersey. -- flas -. ,
Smothers, attorney for Hollidge, participation of negro voters was and rise up. The deputies jumped the peace, the joy and the hopewe family. f

: said, disclosed in the office of Super- back and ,glued their eyes on an knewIn Mrs A. I. Bonnet and children

visor of Reg'stratlon! Stephens this unbelievable scene. A hydraulic a distant bygone; day, and Teresa and Jake Bennett were t
morning when elevator was rising through the When we al1lhered'tlowers, 'at
Jacksonville Two 17-year old that official, in visitors to Starke last Tuesday.:
honeymooners were on their way checking up the names on the stone floor. Two men came up Faster) time Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buttery attended I II

to ,Jacksonvllel last night. They I I books returned from the various smiling. "When you started talk- In the garden across the way. I the show in Gainesville

never reached here. They were Mr. county precincts discovered that ing dynamite, we thought we had Saturday night.

and Mrs Harley Crevatt of Glen 118 negroes had registered In the better come up," they said. The 'Twas an old deserted garden

St Mary Fla. They are now in I. Dunnellon precinct. All of them deputies then went down and With, never a bit of care; Miss Anna Button, who Is attending i ,

jail at Macclenny. They might qualified as members In good blought'up about 800 gallons of But 0, the wealth'of beauty school In Keystone spent ANwThbet!
liquor the sheriff: said. And sweetness gathered there. the week-end with her parents on
line been in Jacksonville today standing; of the republican party. .
We found It it haven of.refuge Lakeside t
had they not, according to their
own confession robbed a postoffice Tallahassee-Between January Avon Park-Declaring that the In grief disappointment or pain; Mrs. Addle Adam la spendinga :

and general store before they left 1 and April 1, 1930, there were public school system was In jeop- There in its fragrance and sunshine while with relatives In Lawtey "INSURES"A

home. fifteen percent more stolen license ardy from lack of funds, Highlands and Jacksonville.
officials have Our hearts were made \Mr. Arthur Mlllken of Hampton
tags than during the same periodIn county proceeded to happy

I Orlando-The state's lawyers 1929, W. L. McLin acting motor attach property of the Atlantic again. spent Sunday with relatives and

gathered here today for the opening -. vehicle commissioner reported Coast Line railroad for alleged delinquent friends here.
Mi J, B. Huss of IJrooker spent New Tiret
of the annual Florida Bar Association today. Tag stealing was worst In taxes. The property Through; Jllom-laden branches
: seized Included the Smiled a sweet blue sky Sunday with hU brother, Mr. Wilson -
convention with upwardof Dade county, where an increase of trackage in I
100 in attendance. Four mem- thirty-eight percent was noted. county, section houses, a depot, Like snowy sails of fairy ships HUBS. r
Mrs.' S. 8. who has been
bers of the supreme court were Throughout the state, during the three engines and a passenger The cloud bunks drifted by.
train. Sheriff: Oscar Wolff and In perfumed orange blossoms spending< a while with her sister,
among those.present. Henry Upon first three months of 1930, there
J. M. Lee said The drowsy hum of bees. Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and family left
Sims of Birmingham, presi- were 1,421 license tags reported County Attorney
afternoon for her home in e
dent of the American Bar association stolen, as compared to 1213 dur- they would hold the railroad prop- Japonlcan, and bridal-wreath, Sunday

will be the principal speaker. ing the previous year. Officials erty for sale to the highest bid- And bright green cedar trees. Miami. HATE 10 see a motorist gamble on an old t f
\M.. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns and I
Simplification of the state's chan- : of the state motor vehicle department der for a claim of approximately family of Hampton, and Mrs. Ad- tube In a new lire Too much I. at stake. ;+
cery proceedings will be one of attributed the theft Increaseto $40,000 In taxes., The attach- Over an ancient pear tree
Grew a red wood-bine. kins' mother, Mrs. Howard and Many a new casing Iia I been ruined by a slow)
the principal topics of discussion 1 the rigid tag laws enforced this ments were made on warrants :
Mt. and Mrs. J. .J. Zelgler and
during the meeting.- year. from. The Ernest county Amos attorneys, state comptroller. said It- And With mingled a yellow crimson Jasmine blossoms family and Jake, Ruth, Lucille and leak or a patch coming loose In an old tube.

Teresa Bennett and L. M. Guinea
JaeksonvUJeWnllam W. Mathews Daytona Beach-Having; Indef- first had been Intended to give Here and there on slender stemA
lily pure and white, spent a pleasant day on Santa Fe A used tubs tll'com O. K. It hold air.
35, died from a gunshot initely postponed his attempt to the railroad 48 hours notice but Lake may may

wound, received as he walked shatter the world's automobile that subsequent Information Indi- From choking weeds and shadows Saturday.Mrs. Sibley and mother, Mm. But unle) *4'liras recently bought, It will have to
Reached to the
morning ,
down the aisle of a warehouse speed record of,231 miles an hour, cated the matter had been refer-
Tyre of Ileaulah Park are spend- be In short time and It take
replaced a -
where he was employed. Employes Kaye Don British race car driver, red to general counsel and they may

heard the report of a pistol and left here late today for a confer- feared the railroad would tie up We know the roseseveryoneAnd ing MiK.a I .while 8. with Mrs. Slbley's son, thousands of miles out of the new casing by unexpectedly .
watched their Sibley
found Mathews dead on the floor, ence with Louis Coatalen designer the tax money In litigation. The ;
MUses Teresa and Luclle Bennett
The climbing of white going flat.
purest ,
levy against the trackage;
of his Silver Bullet machine
a wound through his right temple, ,
attended the show In Gaines-
And the oue wjth the heart of gold. r
the gun close by. Friends and to decide upon plans for the fu and standing I / property was
made late but the The sweet old cabbage roses ville Saturday night. So safe I In the first ? Anew 1
relatives said the. gun was acci- ture. Don has engaged passage today, passenger With briars \Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Thrower ofi I why not play say, place
overgrown.And .
dentally discharged. ,Judge J. C. on the liner Acquitanla. leaving train was seized! tonight the pink one there beside the Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. C. B. lube In. the best Insurance: you can buy for I
just after It completed a run from
New York for
Madison said no inquest would be Southampton England "
Varnes and son. Carl: of Jacksonville -
held. next Wednesday but whetherho Halnes City to Sebring where the a new tire.
\Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Thrower
With petals all wind blown! ,
mull contract had been fulfilled.
will return home then or wait
was\a and daughter, Patsy of St. Augustine -
Macclenny-There hall In this country Indefinitely for an- The sheriff said he had no Inten- The bright Virginia; creeper Mr. Knox] Thrower and sons, The llllle you might cave by making the old
storm of considerable severity In other: attempt on the record will tion to Interfere with movement of
the malls and hence allowed That covered an old dead pine; Jimmy and Bobble of California, tube do for a while Is' more than wiped out when +
the Lake Butler and Olustee sections depend largely on the outcome of a
Mf. and Mrs, B. E. Johns of Stark
And the plum trees white with
Sunday afternoon. The his conference with Coatalen. north bound passenger train from blossoms. and Mr. Cecil Adams of Starke you ride home some dark night on the new C9%* ;
Clewlnton to proceed without molestation -
ground being covered with hall. A fruit train ran theofficers' Where the sweet wisteria vine and Miss Inez Braunen of Ala- Ing without knowing It Is almost flat. 4
There wind storm Wauchula Two men are dead,
was quite a reported
Hung It's fragrant clusters bama were dinner guests of Mr.
third is minus his right anda gauntlet by falling to stop
the a arm
in the Glen section at
here. At the first glad call of spring- and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler and family I'm not just trying to push new lubes. The factIs
name time. E. H. Hammell had fourth Is being sought today by Where soft green leaves Sunday.

three roofs taken off: out buildings officers as the result of a quarrelnear peeping out, cam.1 Miss Pearle Jordan, home demonstration that when people buy new tires and new tube .
and deposited fifty feet distance.A Fort Green Springs, several Nature Thought of agent
of Starke wasvisiting
And blue birds poised to sing. together they miles that they
get so many more )
northwest of here last .
C. Thomas had some fencing miles night. Everything Mrs. E. Sullivan last Tuesday -
and the mulching on his strawberry The dead: Sam Albritton, 34, and Nature L ,thought of everything when The years have swiftly passed I aren't! In the market again for a long time. g

patch ..blown'away.. Marvin Albritton, 23. They are the human body was made. When the s.nce: then, .
said to have started an argumentwith body is about to 'become fll, nature It cost sales) In this but (I
And time has left us
trace some
Fort Lauderdale Pittsburgh, Sid Smith 50, the man being jtlanned danger: signals; to warn us. no ...+.+..+.N..N1..+++*+. may way,
Of tranquil garden, fragrant .
if children their teeth makes better friend.
Thus and
our us more lasting
Pa, papers, carried stories to the sought for the shooting. Mitch lack bloom- EVERGREEN .
when they sleep or appetite or ,
effect that a refining company of Albritton 85, received a load of suffer from abdominal, pains or }Itoh No sign to mark its' place! (Mr*. F. A. ruxler. Cor.) ->

Ohio had purchased land at buckshot In his right arm. Physicians about the nose and fingers' we should But when spring calls at Eastertide ..NNNN.NNNeN.eNS
Port' Everglades and was said It would be amputatedat know that they may have contracted

breaking ground preparatory Arcadia today He Is the fath- worms. Then, it we are wise, we buy a We Mrs If. McPherson and daughter -
open memory's gate.
to constructing a major-scale er of Sam and was seated betweenthe bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge and Nancy, and Cecil Brown of p
And attain
see garden
and surely expel the worms.Thus
refinery Pittsburgh Interests durIng two mel killed. Marvin Al- safely Maxvllle, were vl.ltlnher/ slater,
avoid the danger of serious Where all the flowers waits
the last several days have been britton had the side of hs! head ire trouble.White's Cream Vermifuge very costs Mr*. J, S. Rosier Sunday r {

nuked to quote rates for shipping torn away and died almost at once. only 35o a Ixj t tie,and con Us bou gat from There's the rose of snowy white- Mrs. Jf. F. Redding and sons, HATTKRV L\ltOlXJ RITCH'SService t

steel and other materials by waterto The other man was.Jnstantly kill- Canova: Pharmacy, And the rose! with the heart of Kiusel and Artur, were visitors! to

Port Everglades. ed. After the shooting Smith is gold! Starke Friday. Announcing our new service -
said to have fled. Jacksonville* Police depart- I Mr. and Mrs. Kane and children to motorists. Ilatterles -
'And lilies tall in the morning lightRepeal
ment received equipment. and Mr. S. Yarbough of DeLeon tented
and servicedpromptly
curtsies I
Miami bows and StaEstimates
-- The the promise of the mauve decade were one Tampa--Property owners In the Tampa Florida Portland Ce- Forgotten are life's trials--- Springs, were visiting Mr. and Mrs, ,

thing, bat their practice in a low Interbay drainage district, lyingon ment Company shipped large shipment Peace takes the place of pain--- Kersey Sunday
firing another and the outskirts of town, today of cement by water recently.! Mrs. Cohen Peela spent Satur-
airplane is) At Easter In the gardenWe
Jacksonville, Extensive Improvements day with her Mr. and Mrs'
the federal circuit parent
Miami were moving on '
worth $54.24 to the city of walk with God again! Guaranteed Tire Repairing FreeIUtA.Dl'On
5't ruled Municipal Judge F. B. court of appeals In their effort to underway at local airport -Mary Armstrong AIcOlll. fry Reddish at Wateroak.
Invalidate $3,000,000 worth of Misses Geneva Gatklns; Gertrude
Stoneham Robert
In the case of .
N 8le, 33. In pleading guilty to bonds Issued to pay for drainage Pahokee Construction of Pauline and Juanita Rosier
violation ordinance facilities. They have been victor fourth unit of Florida Power and | Jacksonville Wisteria Soda and Russell Redding attended
of municipal
Prohibiting) low flying, Nagle said ious In several state courts but Light Company,. generating station and Luncheonette opened at 16 church: at Manning' Sunday r"r

he dipped his plane three times lost two preliminary skirmishes In here, completed. Kant For yth street. B. E. and R S. Rosier and, A.


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: PAPER CARRIES phone the three men and waniirreasful rentire Republican county commit;, OPfcKKTTA; : UK GIVEN ONe forrtha demonstration DeWittC. His wonders'' top- rlorm:" friends In Starke.Mr .

\KTH'1.K ,ABOUT LOCAL P. O. In getting/ In touch tee was passed up as though ( THK atTII AT TIIK B11... '8. Jones Company, an4'' I 'was A Several delegates from the : and Mrs. J Weldon Br

t with W. It. Parka and ... It.WlKKlnn was, no such animal. -. I source of pleasure to .,er7 one Starke W. M. U. benetitted greatly and Vennle R. Branch Bi,

(Cont'njiej! from Page 1.) and Mr. Chancy set (Mr. Clianey did not accompany Mrs. A. E: Wall, director, pub- present from these Interesting addressesand .......--.-- -

1n Starke, anal action on which tho hour they were to meet the two investigatorsand lic school music in the p. I(,,4. will -.-______ enjoyed the hospitality the Altoona 1,100 acres land i.. '

was to be taken by the entire advisory him nt I th" hotel that nlKht. stenographer Kent here by give an unusually artistic operetta I Lake City church. cated near here purchased by

:: committee at a meeting In 4V A. F'ulrh could not bereached. the. Civil nervier commlnnlon.In entitled "Fairies Are, Really DIVIttlOVAIj: W. :\.. C. MEETS York man for planting of mniln

t Orlando the following Tuesday. :Sir. ('han)' referredto reopening the cites all Hitapplicants Truly" on Thursday eveningApr24th. W. I CAR OF THA.VKS trees. "

What happened at this meeting these three a|>|>llcantn aiOemtMratH wen ronnldered; at eight o'clock. The Jacksonville Divisional DeLeon Springs--Florida pluni.

, It was recommended that actIon and Btale<| that the earns 1I'H'lon8| being asked Those taking part, In. thl L "enter. M. U. met in Lake members City April of the 14 We wish to gratefully acknowl- onus Growers Co-operult\,". IhllQ.!
, be deterred for one month until the ono Republican and two of each, covering their tainment are students,ln?the prImary and 16 with edge all expressions of sympathy elation opened new fern
hos packing
further Investigation ( ?) be''mocrats hud been qrallflrullonn, e x p e r lence, department. T\tf\ operetta Lake City Baptist church as and the beautiful flowers from our plant here recently.

.+ made of all the applicants those eliminated' by the. cltll service standing and ability to fill tlieofflte. li given for the benefit I of the primary tesses. -- . --.---.. .;;;.- ;;;.- --. -
rommlMHlon. Editor'stints. : The It was a wonderful privilege for o ..;;; ;.. .; ;;;; -:-.-
who failed and those who passed r thoroughness with department and the Parent
. the examination. .) which tin matter WWI gone Teacher Association.. Admission those present to'meet the new pastor -
He volunteered to me the Information Into by the civil service com- Rev. W. T. Hall and his lovely ft
(lalllhllatlo":): are not ifqulrwl 20 and 35 cents i
that he was not a prohlbltlon- mission' I I.* shown by the wlfo. (
for wcond i IIIMH |xmlofflrcfl 'st. Ahem! He also volunteered length of time roiiMiuned by The state ,V. M. U., president,
such as tin Hla-rfci of- StrawberriesFRUITS
lt to me information that Mr. SkIp- the investigators in Intertieuliitf FOOD I>";IO'HTnJTIOS: Mrs. J. O. Tlousseu made an especially -
s flfo, and Ilio un" Itepubllran
and the two llo .vpr-I>rmorratn per was doing for the Republicans jutfroim" of the oak's" AT WO\I.\S'H''I.l"1I: ,Inspiring address Mrs.

wcriHlmtiuitcd I, the of Florida what Stevenson and his and securing a line on theirwlHlien -' Rousseau is a woman of excellent

cohorts had done for It in Indiana, f and there vita no in.dicatlon Thursday, April 10th at the charm and personality and best of
finding! of the rlvll wrvlcp I
V namely marrying It to the Ku r that they gathered Woman's Club house at 1:30 all a deeply consecrated woman.
commission being IMMO on I AND VEGETABLESShip
Klux Klan. For proof of this heir int""IIIa.tI"IMnn only o'clock MIss Lee Price of Atlanta, The entire congregation wall stirred
tlin >pli<'Htl m!
< llu-y prtNcntrd -
ai -
and not It" tin result of statement he declared that none IIOHCII. f.....". )Ir. I'utcli !Mr. Ga., gave a very instructive food and Inspired by her message.

any rxumliuitlon.): .:dltor'.. hut Klansmen were selected by Wiggins' and :\lrH. Young were demonstration. Miss Mary B.Stennls Perhaps the most wonderful ad-
note. Mi Skipper for census supervisorsIn plated on the eligible list following state home demonstration dress of all was that by Mrs. Dozier -
Fruits and
Florida? Whether this lit I trueor the Investigation by nutrition specialist, of Tallahassee a missionary from Japan. Mrs. Your Vegetables to

Now tell me. Who could and not I do not even now know. lie civil "service romnilwtlon. and Mlsa Pearl Jordan,' home Dosier gave a bird's eye view of

would propone such a recommendation But I do know this, -that it Killtor': note) demonstration agent.'axslRteo" Miss the work of, Southern Baptist In A. E. MEYER & CO., NEW YORK

In the face of what the civil was and Is, none of my business; Now what Price in her demon tP tion. that wonderful Island empire the
was Chaney's object
4 service commission had reportedto and this After the demonstration a kingdom of the "Rising Sun". Her
each applicant to those who that was not the business i In all of this? It was his fixed generous Established for 77 Years
all that hewas In Starke for What to serving of each product was message which was so very vital
purpose put over a so-called
'' passed the examination successfully right has a representative of any further served to the guests who not only for )Mrs. DozIer and her husband O. J PHILLIPS Local Rep. Lawtey
? 'in order to ,
Only one man and that
; wasMr. department of the federal government have Dr. Parks enjoyed the food. but' also the performance have been in Japan for twenty-
eliminated and the
; enough Chaney to hide who his did purpose not have from wit whether Republican or Democrat acting postmaster given a higher of the lovely new New four years was definite proof that .__ _._ _______._u"'t -,- - -__
Perfertlon stove which was placed ."God Moves in mysterious )
to enter a state and sow she a way.
rating ( failed
In the
nome of us. I think I know the examination
/seeds of discord among the members .
t. word that would be applicable to ) and by this means she be
of his party? I would be a
f the man who could not read Mr. recommended for the office. This I. .
sure enough ass if I couldn't
has done for the
Chaney as one reads a book blltI ; acting postmaster
the! measure of such a man and
:it wouldn't look well III print. wan given sixty-one bun-
t'': :; 'I want to read his purpose right off the bat. dredths over the passing mark
j Bay parenthetically, '
'that the postmaster has Of course he told'me he was from which enabled the civil service
{ Indiana; and I recall somebodyelse RETAIL and WHOLESALE
I 13m, received a'statement from me of commission to report that the spe

p ,( ',I Mr. Chaney's conduct In the mat informed me that was from clal Investigation ((1) removes Dr.

, 1 ter of the post office, as well as of the thIs same state. Perhaps you know Parks and places on the list the

' if i I other things. I did not know of man. one he was determined to have ..
w i k '- While in .Starke seeking Infor- there. The
his habits postmaster general has
until read In the Lakeland "
I : mation (?) about these applicants Informed me of this.
) Journal the resolutions
1'I, f'i :' by the good women. Ood passed bless- Mi' Chaney consulted none but Thus Mr. Editor Mr. Chaney

. t, J them! I had brought this and other . (lean Democrats. Not one real Repub.'I, accomplished his unethical un-Re- Business Firms and
was approached. And what
publlcan and unworthy
R matters before the authorities purpose, a
j 1 i'/ : :in Washington before the women these Democrats told him Is a cau- I purpose that has proved his unfitness -
tion. Some of
; had taken them have spoken for an position in
:! such action; and I wish connection
out of school: Though I saw Mr.
} O to commend them for. what they a Republican administration
I J' : ,;,' have done. Chaney I was not consulted: I I should like to have a statement ;' '" '

I 'J Bock to Mr. Chaney again: His talked to him, and his prejudice from one of the members of the ,
\ 4 i't for a certain person for postmasterwas advisory Professional Men
first committee
; ,, visit to Starke was ostensibly' that he was
so plain that he could no more not In cahoots
to with
i t confer with the successful ap- Chaney in this
hide it than he could hide the col matter '
pllcants for the post office, and to or.of his face.
make Inquiries: about them j. j. BULLEN; J'
goner After the action of the -
There were three' oil advisory Chairman Bradford County Republican
it the list, two Democrats and men one committee In postponing final Committee. Are Co-operating In the Publication of a .
recommendation for one month
[j! Republican namely, Dr. Parks.

: minutes pletely Tho two ignored Democrats while were about com five along there appeared with ((1)Mr) from In Chaney.Starke Washington. two These investigators -, J A. RUPERT CREDIT RATING BOOKSTABIlE'

were given to Dr. Parks. I "
saw him later for a short time. men spent three days in a town
the size of Starke
gathering information DentistKKYHTOM
(lUr.1l1m..y nirlvcil In
(?) about the few
KlArkp Into. applicants -
In the ft
and during that time not -IN-- ..
He : :
IIItol'IK..1 In the TrlrKmpUfll HEIGHTS, FLA.
ono Republican In' the county was
> Introrfucnl lilinwlf nn approached.' I can furnish

is to Infer,iew his the throe business suci'ms' was" names of the Democrats consulted I -I

,,, ful :appllraulM for the ofllron the hours wasted/ as they waited STERL I
anti inquired how li.. could to see some .Q( ,these chosen ones,
,r In the questions asked of them, and 1 i5vitANti'
touch with

,r wrlt<*r volunteered to U-lc- made.the order"Gentlemen In which prefer the calls blonds.were" ItFOla7'EnEtl And 01':.'..

Chaney prefers Democrats. The ts'r'rt1 1IIIOKKR I
i Political Announcements Starke, Fla. I

'(.tea Attorney
{i ;

'W r rt':tii Union by Judicial To announce' the and voters Circuit Bradford my of candidacy embracing the onuntlflv Twonty-Slith" for Faker herd-'the disturbs It functional your Bladder sleep or Irritation cause- GAIETYTHEATRE Your Name will be in this Book

nine of State Attorney of the Burning or Iltchlng Sensation,
Twenty-Sixth Florida I Judicial Circuit. of Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular
subject to the Democratic
'Primary: Election of June 3rd, 1930.' aches making you feel tired depressed -

,, and thin solicit ponltlonbefore your support and I have hellfamiliar and discouraged, why not "
am '
with the dutlea pertainingthereto" try the Cystex 48 Hour Test? :.. ..: :

and l if, enerifetlo nominated:and promise economical an .ad flclent *- Don't give up. Oet Cystex today. STARKE, FLA. THE REASON WHY: '

ministration of the affair of the of- Put it to the test. See for yourself ,
Nee and will '"9
k appreciate the how It
support quickly works
), o4 an voter In said
a A. election 8. CREWS, what It does Money back if it WED. & THURS. ,some business men are successful is because

Starke, Tla.KOH doesn't bring quick Improvement, ( \

t JaErnl'II': : 'rATI*-1jJ and satisfy you completely.' Try: APRIL 16 & ,17 4iiKNOW: when to give credit and
Cyntex, today. Only 80c'at. Cor- 1 1 jr > :

1 fake tM method of 'announcing" penlng's Drug Store.Special !* '.-\"'\ :when'to withhold it.
All Star
ray candidacy; for Cast ,
1; from Bradford county, ..- -
yon/ of the .. ., r."r..ntau".j In"BATTLE -- :
8rd If elected I I myself .
to work for the beat Intereste: : of
0 the cltlaene of my county and state OF .THE C R EDIT EXPERIENCE GUIDE TELLS
a' all
time. Your support will be ,

li' appreciated... N. D. WAINWRIOHT, THE SEXES" *l how. terybodYays-it. will 1 beissued. soon.

rot{ COUNTY COMMISS1ONKH: : 'J" / V* '

''J herebyannounee-myself can Also 7th Episode of 'i "'Btfsiness andprofessional I men will E
a. a .
y' didate for re-election to the board of '. "
v) County Commissioner for District TARZAN the TIGER ., fI.'i':' have it and'
Number Two, Bradford county, .ub. ." ,
t Ject to the Democratic *- ? -
Primary of
f, June Ira 1930, and solicityour .uu- Kinds *i iA m

1R pI have nerved In this capacity for FRI. & SAT. YOUR. NAME WILL BE IN THE
several years, "given| the people a ;
fair, honest and economical service, cf Insurance APRIL 18 & ; T
: 19
? and (
promise, If elected to continue r >
the came ciuii"ry"Hy0 and econom :: TARKFMERCHANTS'CREDIT.;
teal .ervl<;..1 past", lierefAfure ren- BESIDE the commonly known form LUPE VELEZ
and will" | appreciate| Corded by stock fire I * idered your up- insurance then art iptcial forms .r-..,. ,- .... \ GUIDE

._ J. O. CR W8. .;"ering equally etfcntul lafeguardt &
Ilai nit ru! !!tiall' ''?.*. I .

: .wR F1)rYTy ('inun""IOUR: Yon It coiuukr GARY I Ci
owe to yourself to COOPER I .
the Special insurance fICOm..daotlon. II I -rated according to the way you settle I your 11:1: s
fi'' for financial ,
Hereby announce myself a candidate your uftty _, :- In tI *

14+ ml..lonr for re-election, district. county It reelected com-. Lea strroaa iu fHir you io/oy.oarHAROLD I '' fills;:,As every person's credit record is of the

I will continue to give the peopleof I "THE WOLF
Bradford county a faithful and
indent performance of the dutiesof UTMOST IMPORTANCE to them we hereby
; the olTlce, working always for the WALLINSURANCE SUGAR
,, beet Interest of the entire county. DADDY The Green Book"

p --. L. UNPBIUHW-- ; ., .- I I give every ,citizen of Starke and vicinity ample
:;..:. -
And Pathe News '
'9; FOR COl'NTY-COHMiasiOXUUI -.. : STARKE. FLORIDA notice that they'are being rated. Published Hy

.. hereby an.nounee myiell ft andU : The I.n.hant.ll'l''antlle: AgencyKMT.
date for re-clectlnrt as PROMPT PAY FAIR PAY SLOW
k county corn.t PAY
mliiBloner, district five, comprising .
Brooker and New River' If reelected ... Washington I). C.
,I. 1 promise a continuance of faith GRAND OPENING or "x"
ful and etnolent performance of the <:
duties of the oRico, and will work :
for the beet Interests of the .
t t tft, T. .. county.

, V

Skating Dancing Boatlnjr llathinpTt! Pay
1 hereby .announce myielf a IlIn! l. Fishing as
,. date for r".I\ lon aa enUcorn.! f
missioner from District N ton Theresa and lira"..". and If Skating from 2: until 5:30: ; evenings, 7 t3o''

re-elect. will continue to give the to 11:30. Saturday special' school children: Mornings-
county bent aervtc I am capable
of I solicit :you? support at the 10 to 12:30; afternoons, 1:30 to 5. 25 cents Includinguse Many of Your Bills You
primary Jun l Ird. O. W, HINSON
of skates. All evenings, 50c. can

'i Watch this papa for announcement of opening dance." i
j by' for I re-election h.rby.n ".ne..a member my candidacy of the: tinder New Managament
t school boatd from District 2, and before this book
will 'nlln'&o give the dutten of is Publishedr
the omce my very beet attention It

t another the vot.r.term....* At Your to .upport return me Is solicited for. JOSs lcKELB; { 'G

and will be
D. MAY. appr.clated'-U'I l


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rand WITH
APRII.1A.1030 "
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Mr. and Mr. F. F. Stump entertained Mrs. KJlce: Starling 1 and daughters, Happiest oman f
the members of the Twentieth Clarice and Evelyn were visiting

Century',club last 'Thursday M>'. and MM. A'\ ti. Brown Saturday In City She Says j
night Always peep out of the window ,
Bits of Misses Pearl ahd Gertie Johnson -
were dingier! guests of Thelma "Sargon brought me such wonderful I t s
The Intermediate G. A. will hold Drown Sunday.Air. . health that I believe I'm before the door bellit
Its business and program meetingat M Starling made several the happiest woman In Tampa 1 1I.II.UK I you answer

J. cal .Ie the Baptist church Monday afternoon trips to Jacksonville last week. ,
: 330. .
at : Crawford of Jacksonville
Mr. Wesley
was :'visiting Hubert I j might be a corset salesman!

Concerning Our People Business and And say! Lots of chorus girls'n Drown over the Veek-e-nd. I f'You

Progr* of the County and Town. everything go with "When a Alph and K. llaieu and Mai-

Fellow Needs a Friend", at the B. lie Surrency of'Urooker' motored
never ran tl'lI--some of these fellows have practiced! so
H. auditorium, night, Sunday
S Monday over here long that they can ring a door bell and make It sound exactly
28. Thelma Brown and Cleo
Apr. i Misses like the minister coming; to call Imagine your exasperationwhen

A,, Brlnson was a -! I Reynolds were shopping In Starke you run powder your chin, pull up your hone, dust off the
Mr. and Mrs. E. Weller, who .
Hugh Tuesday i ' Tuesday.Miasea Bible", open the door and let In nn agent! He might not get in
om visited here for several month at Jeann and Ida May
right away but he always sticks> his foot In the door NO that
the home of Mr. J. M. Truby, It'ft' Johns of Starke ,Pauline Mills
left of the you can't close It without bringing! on a damage milt for crushing
tWO days last Thursday for their home in Cleo Reynolds! and Pearl Johnson '
lily ankle'
the Rex Jewelry Store Emlenton Pa. visiting In Keystone Heights
were The next time one of these high-powered boys come along
Sunday afternoon. and you don't want to bo botherHtl just lick him where hIs
j F. Flynn was George F. Tibbits of the Camp Vaaoo Forsyth and Charley
Gen Mr.
license Is, and then stand back and watch his facial expression.
[ alatka for the of Palms was In Starke Monday.. Dyal ot Starke were visiting Del-
You know our city council has passed. an ordinance requiringall '
The on Sunday, April 20, and Geitle Johnson
program ma Surrency
peddlers to have a. llceimo In order to "work" ou fair village
\Vm. Green of Will close the season at the camp, Sunday afternoon., .
qtlng: here Tuesday. Mf. Tlbblta said Mr". and Mrs. Tom Wasdln of
But be hardhearteddon't even offer\ your caller .1 Chesterfield
Waldo were visiting here Sunday. ; Just let him get on his way urn] out of yours,
L }). Mosley of the TheVoman's Missionary of the Miss Thvlma ]Brown was! visiting '
I could (get; a little express wagon and go; up and, down, thestreets i
I was In Starke Monday Methodist church will meet next 111 I Jacksonville Sunday, e
selling: by stuff ton, but (know that when you really want 4: '
Monday afternoon, at three-thirty, und Clyde
Arley Broughton; .._. .. __ to buy HomelhlnMT you will suva) ma the trouble by tinning to
> =:
if plants ... " -=
I sweet potato at the church Business and program Strickland were In Waldo Saturday "'" nn call
on mo.
J. F, Kickliter. meeting afternoon t'.YI.IlorN"I
i of Waldo Mlt4.: Say you ought to see the fllll-fa hloned hone we are sellingfor
", Mi', Lonnie Ratings,
Beasley left In Tallahassee ... suffered with such nervous $1.00, they Are Munslngweur quality nut wetl. Talk about
O. L. Col. J. L. Frazee was was here Sunday evening.
In Tampa. attended a spell that I'd frequently get new dresses; folks we've got some for $5.95 that will open
r a visit Monday and Tuesday on Quite a largo/; crowd husband
-- legal matters before circuit court pound party at the home of CUo: frightened; and call my your eyes

and Mrs. E. M. Johns \ S. for Leon county and the supreme I Reynolds Wednesday night. All home. I had dreadful headachesand thatI u.... ..I..... ". ..11 \\...-
rksonvllla Wednesday court. reported a nice time. my digestion was so poor fItlHT ton t E ENetlfI.i ... c....n.!* enl
.... .
dieted for a long time on condensed \* I. .
Miss Thelma Brown was IMMiKlnn I 'I'nca.t..p
A. S. Crews milk and hot water. There ,....... tits ,u
and Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. (1 ( In Starke Saturday afternoon. lit ?
[ksonvllle this week. ., W. Alderman. Mrs. O. J. Griffin Misses Irene and Thelma Cain were pains in my back and body Tin: HKM.uu.i: : HTUHM

and Mrs. G. C. White attendedthe was shopping in Starke Saturday caused from a slow-acting liver j I'. H. Dean spent and I was habitually\ constipated. HIM tau Ie'" )urH.
Divisional meetIng .
.,. Alverna Jacksonville morning:, and
lln Green Cove! Springs. of the Baptist W. M, U., in MIsH\ Ll.'lha Crawford,, of Bald Sargon made me HO strong all 1..---.-,-------.u.--Sel
do my
energetic that now
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Lake City thin week. win Is visiting Thelma Brown this = =
ito o tops, cushions and Dr. week housework whole airl my system laundry U built Before new pillow ticking In ing the summer?
slde My
vers, M. Levlton. Veterans of J. J. Dickinson! 51? nerves are calmed down used Iron It on the wrong aide", ?
Camp, United Confederate Veterans ups' my has been rubbed Widening of Ocean Boulevard
l'CU'XTy'I.\GJ.XT, ; MTE4: fine Sargon Pills with a hot Iron that
I sleep
and Mrs. C. C. Frank will be entertained at a lun- and toned my liver, overcame my over bees-wux. The wax actsas from Dolray Reach to Itoyal 1 Palm
Ly in Jacksonville. cheon by the U. D. C. on April 26, \Varpe'of up feathersand
varnUh and prevents
the Agronomy; and
J. \ constipation, my headaches a Way In fail Reach to width of 66

AV.. Long and Mrs and held appropriate at the Methodist serviced church will be at Division at Gainesville recently the pains In my back and body down from working through feet ordered by board of county
I' rpent a day with the county agent gone.-Mrs, Llllle Calhoun the ticking.
f Gainesville\ were a 2-30: In the afternoon. are i commissioner.
) of winter Ca -
__ here, Interest 1708 Florida avenue, Tampa. .
,, Brownlee Tuesday.and Okeochobee The OkeerhobeeNHWH ;,
| M not plan -
J. (er crop'' demonstrations which lie i iI pharmacy, agents. With spring here, why
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. !I. Lowry and I und'I' way on thu farm of I). nova a community picnic ground where purchased by !> A. Ituhl\
Mrs. Allen v Itttla daughter.)'Margaret, Mrs Alverna !I \V.half !Moo'e'ot, this county Mr ball games outlugH and frolics for Now port ItlcheyMeUhaii Theatre .

spent the week-end Dean,-Mr*.'. ":.d Browne and i i, Warner was well pleased with the Tll\IN'M'lOur tho community may bu held dur opened with talkie equipment,

<11 Miss Lucille Mit hMl left Tuesdayfor thAi being obtained -
results were
Orlando where they will attend schedule changes 12:01 a.' f,
v. and Mrs. Wilbur the North Florida Presbytery, from W. t this T. Nettles district agent: for m.*Sunday' April 20th and trains '. .

Springs: spent this week While away they will also visit this suction of Florida was with will run at follows: LUSTER-ROTE
and Mrs. F. A. and Lake Wales Local No. I. southbound, due ,
\Mr. p Bok Tower last week relative
the county .OKenf.. (
i work beIng carried Starke. 11:11 p. m. Highest grade wlltertJlooCvarml4h
to extension I
i unmaking, alterations Miss Lillian Kllputrtck of Mari- on by (his ofllce here Local No. 11, southbound, due DOZIER GAY'SLUSTER :

sewing. Mrs P. S. Dew anna, was elevated to the highest G.V.. Hazen of Ilrooker has Starke lit 13 a. m. and stain in Hcientiflc -

'berry and Jackson., and place in the order of the Eastern revolutionized the growing of baby Limited No. 107 southbound,
combination it Is both
meetingin duo Starke 10:45:: a. m. ;
Star at the grand chapter chicks and has used lit* tobacco
and Mrs. L. M. Gray Tampa last week when she was barns for brooders for more than Limited 191, southbound, due elastic and tough amt] will ,'

Iren of Gainesville\ Installed as Worthy Grand Ma- 4000 baby' chicks and has been Starke, 10:30: p. m. .KOTE

0 Sunday.( W. tron of Florida. Miss Kilpatrick Is with good results.A Local Northbound: not turn white under hot or
a daughter of Mr. E.! G. Kllpatrlck, of the Strawberry No. 2, due Starke, 6:43 a. m. 7
Brooks )
aces Eva. Marcotte and ' state oil Inspector, making his N. day last No. 12, due Rtnrke 3:05: p. m. cold water. '
spent Wednesday In Starke Field Laboratory spent a Limited No. 108, due Starke',
headquarters make
I agent
week with the county
f'kSQDv\1le\ M. ot Htruwberrieu. ft:53: I p. m.Starko \ DRIES IN 1 HOURS
ing field inspections . and Wanned Branch:

intSstrlngless and l ", ",:;:$:| ... ........................ number-*of.t\tarmers,, Interested No. 101 leaven Starke 7 a. m., 'No.

| plants. J. P. : Quite a production 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. dally except Farmers
-i tomato ; : GRAIIAMNN : 1n beef here Bradford County
you attended the purebred bull sale In T, J, Griffin, agent,
Fel-' .t NNNNe1.N.NNMt' Jacksonville last week and some Supply Company
assre. L. F. and E. L. II.' siren for '
R. S. Wasdln and Dewey 'of them bought at local
y of Apopka, were here The breed Cocoa: Border lights
Murrhee were (ran acting business herd Improvement. were Her- airport turned on recently.. ,_ f,
in this
In Starke Tuesday. represented -- - -
411.2t'S Mrs Mary Roberts and daughter fords and Angrier .
las Inez Abernathy and .
-end Jacksonville. \ : 'A. Bula of Lake Butler spent Garden -- Numbers will
Winter I
week herewith
several days of

(he id*.Rex Jewelry Store Is Mi, and her Mrs.son and C. B.daughter-in-law Roberts. he will La placed be Belle constructed on-houses New store for ot occupancyby thin building city. iiREIiipv7our 1 t

line of M.', and Mrs. Earney Yarborough -
new, up-to-date I olfice. I
Mills shop
and Pauline .
Jewelry of all kinds at was Oneco -- Manatee Celery Company -

l-d( ott. Two days left of of- ping Mr.In and Starke Mrs.Saturday.Claude Brown and opened new pre-cooling plant

sons, Otis and C. B. Jr.. Mr: and south ot here.. pJ1akestere

ENT A J. Suits STEAM Cleaned PRESSING, Pressed and COMPANY Reshaped; I lW PRICES/ '

*/ Frank .Thorn a : -Phone 52

COLUMN L. - -., - :::: 9

E. i Maxwell house {Welcll's
III SALE-A good set: la
reasonable Pound 37c Grapcjuice pint 2ge
lubs. Very Coffee, - ,
lie' seen at Telegraph
s iVF..rtffVa&ttion

days Busch Extra Dry ,8 Poulld Pail
In RENT-Furnished '

meat Iter., lower floor. J. F. and Ginger Ale bot. S5c Vegetole Lard $1.15 .

I .

R RENT-One 6-room Min the Silver Nip, No. 2 Can Sliced, No. 21.2 Size

lence on West'Madison Club TODAY, start a separate 22e Pineapple - - 28cI'I
ply W. H. Green Phone account for Vacation'' jf I r \ ,

.VNTED--Good farm ... J Folks !
small mule, must be and I Savings. Feed that account What A Bargain Look Here

.ash.Clarke.Address Geo. W. seed. I steadily, bit by bit, D :J liars Oct. Toilet Soap 3 Regular Size Octagon

ashillg Powder
1 Can Oct. Cleanser

)IR SALE OR RENT- ; Miss week by week . You'llnever .. All for 2Sc 3 Boxes for---- lOc t t 1:

twt : I 'miss the_ money I t

Call and Church streets. will I

to W. E. Daugherty. you deposit.* But next ra Think 01 This lIere's a Knockout #;

'Y TOBACCO HABIT and will spend rI Regular JOc Size Mother or Quaker .

smoking cigarettes or were summer you Super Suds Regular or Quick

easily, inexpensively and weeks as a result -
with pleasant root. glorious 1 3 Boxes for - 23e Oats, 3 Boxes - 29c t
your address. F. N. ;
of this easy, prudent
hawk, Florida. her

both policy. SAVE! r I. 3 Pound pall Clt'arbrook
67c Butter pound -
f . CRISCO - - - ,
l ont buy a Truss or h'ave

ation, see the Rupture :' you'll Cane {Wilson Picnic G
ist ,Dr. H. A. Boener :& ai Pure ,

tin.. by appointment. 28, Sugar 10 pounds 58c. Hams, pound - 22c

: ..
OR SALE-Improved ( ,
I .
Strawberry' plant '' 11 Mt ''H1.1'l1J.\Y I.OUSISO
. ,. aBA Dozen 15c
crown. Free from dlse "'e Easter Eggs YoV') WII.II.SJo.m 'J;). ,
Nematode (or Insect of tho rI

Express prepaid $2.75 'J

Southern Plant !. JK1'-

more Fla.

I.OST easy;
-Twenty-six head attack I
hogs. Lot Include. 3 you M-CSTORE'

Pl.7 head marked :2 a ,
both ears. Balance andold: NK QF STARKE i

crop under bit In ') ihh
cry or any' y fro ... ,., .. . '

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Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles Great quantities of strawberries

of Farm Experiences and Methods Found will available at very reasonable Growing Pullets Chemical Corporation
priced for a short time at the close VOL. IV,No. 11 Virginia-Carolina CI+PYrtah

To Be Best Suited to Our Country of the shipping season. It behooves .
all of us to make the most Need Clean Range; "A UNIT OP PLANT FOOD 18 BS off so- V-C Leads the Way 'EVERY PLANT taking Said i.,

.. tIes In a so-called double strength from the soil J Is removing that,
"- -- - -- --
of this delicious berry while it Rotation SuggestedIn fertilizer as a unit of the same Full Rows is not much given to must be:returned It fertility .?l lmaintained.

lasts, according; to Miss Isabella S. plant food In a fertilizer of one half bragging, but when the talk turnsto ."-Florida. AnI *

( RURAL CLUB BOYS OF Thursby, foods and marketing Its concentration.:. L. LARISON, these high-analysis concentrated Survey.

agent of the State Home Demon- the development of pullets, Anaconda Copper 00. fertilizers that so many; authorities -nwt -

stration Department, who suggests soy; are coming soon, we Just can't
STATE ARE ENGAGED IN one of the most Important factorsto v-c help cutting loose and doing some
the following recipes:
consider If good ones are to be tall bragging: about good old V-O.

Strawberry Sauce put In the laying house is clean Not about ourselves, mind"petal'

VARIOUS I ACTIVITIES Use 2 quarts strawberries 2 range, according to* N. R. Meh- About V-O.

cups pugar. rhof, extension poultryman. V-O was tho first fertilizer manu\

of Florida Wash carefully and cap. Do not He says that a range for poultry facturer In this country to produce
Rural who are a high-grade fertilizer of concentrated -
allow berries to stand in the water -
In' considered clean where no poul-
o' members of 4-1 clubs are engaged Some Little analysis.V-0 at the time was
.1 i Bug when preparing them. Cut ber-
try has been allowed to run and making concentrated acid phosphate -
In and varied activities, according
many ries in BitftUl
pieces or crush very no poultry manure spread for per- 45% to 47%, having been the
to reports reaching K. W. Always Ready To B!'ghtly, add sugar and bring very iod of at least one year; in fact, a pioneer fertilizer manufacturer at c>>

IMacklork, slate boys'. club agent slowly to boiling point in a covered two or three year rotation Is much this material. The Company turned V-C Means

Mi- niarklock rails attention to Ruin Our Crops kettle. Let stand covered, to preferred The land should Spice of Spring'' easily and naturally; therefore, to O-K
r' work of the following Indlvid- the manufacture of n concentrated
a few hours. Reheat and let standn be plowed and cultivated. This Other scents mark other seasons, Like the seal on a bond or ting..
rate and clubs as being outstanding. complete mixture, and about eight: nature check,
on a
second time, preferably over will help In keeping It clean. In but the smell of fresh-turned earth V-O's names
V-O began producing
I (tly Spuds Johnson) I says "Time to plantl! Catch that years ago fertilizer bad means 'Good
night.; Bring again to boiling the rearing ot ]>ullet8 the problemof i "V-O Super 30" an 18-6-ft-tbe I
< fertilizers face
Kennle Douglas of Union County V-O on the breeze? pay value In fun,
"Some little bug's bound to got point, simmer gently 10 minutes. proper development can be solved pioneer among superanalyses.Today Demand! high face
' 1 lie V-O sharpens the air of the older value ,
1927. ,
club In
joined the pig a
i'I yo some day," Is the way a comic Pack In hot sterile Jars and seal if the producer will strive to countrysides: wltb Its reminder of V-O Is making "V-O Supereo analysis-and In a V-O bug youT
bought one gilt, which! he raised at once.' If Jar rubbers are boll. 'practice ;' a 36-12-12 Just double the rich, concentrated plan,
poem I have heard runs, but after a rotation ot ranges. planting. On many a faithful old fooUtt
this he raised 28 strength of that original 80 unit
6 From one MOW ;ng hot and strawberries boiling For farm V-0 Is a family: traditionandas very best that economy and
alt, there In probably more truth example: let us take a poul- lilt
a So for Full Rows Is aware,
pigs In four 11 It E'rll. not has sold super. as rlonce advise. In all
than comedy In it. when placed in jars, no t rtherpro'esiling try farm and see how it would the newer regions. learn that fertilizing V-o lertilW,
no other manufacturer In this
19 of these as pigs for $140.50.( is pays V-O goes: on to make whether low analysis) or high,
I Dug, bugs, bugs, ; little bugs necessary, work. In 1930 1\fr.Smith would country Is formulating a complete eat values are blended
He fed out three for Ms barrow I more friends. Hundreds of thousands most
which ha received and big bugs; measley little: bugs Miss Thursby urges the canning rear his pullets in range A, wh.le: of tonsof V-O fertilizer ore put fertilizer as high In analysis; as this fully and every value Is there CII
dub work, for
and it of strawberries, using a minimum he was and 86-12-12 of the Virginia-Carolina A name-Virginia.
has nine which : weasley big bugs; seems cultivating growing I Into the ground each year-to come Ourolii
A' 5822. lie now that there Is no end to bugs of all amount of sljgar, rather than mak- greens In ranges V and C. In 1931 piling back as early ;yields, heavy Chemical Corporation Chemical Corporation But Hint i
lio values at $72 giving him pigs Leading farmers In the Carolina
shapes, sizes and descriptions. Ing so many preserves, where the he would rear the pullets in range yields, :yields rich In market QualIty good old name I No wonder you K
and Virginia and Georgia learning
e / ll are
valued at $272 from one DOW in come It on a V-O bag,
' American farmers pay out mil- maximum: amount of sugar Is usedMany B and cultivate ranges A and C. ; yields that return all their cost to use "V-O Super 00." The : for you log,
two and one-half years. and pay handsome profit besides. this good name Is Inside too
lions of dollars each year fighting prefer proportion of only 1-2: In 1932 he would use range C and brand has not been Introduced yet
! Because V-O fertilizer Is wlso investment
The* lioys1 4-II clubs of Highlands a -
cup sugar to one quart of berries Into other states because freight V-C-
" bugs l and lose more millions of dol- cultivate ranges A and B. like good seed and good:
county made exhibits at the
lars each year because bugs are May also make sauce in one pro- Dy working out such a rotation, land, because It makes money, V-O 'charges on shipments Charleston "American
Florid Flower Show which was B. O., the only; plant where V-C agriculture Is rapid]
cess if
not effectually controlled. Florida preferred. Strawberrysauco he would not be back'on A rides the breeze wherever good
range going onto an Industrial
held In connection with the meet- is making the goods would be too buau_
Farmers"bear their proportionateshare may be used over cold cooked until 1933 This would enable him farming Is practiced. V-O belongs considerable an Item. Is now undergoing a revolution
Ing ot. the State Horticultural Society t
of this. rice! corn starch pudding or to keep the land clean. with planting time-It Is the spice Important In its way as the InOt.

at Sebring last week: For almost every crop grown in other desserts of Jlke character. Soli contamination: should be of Siring.VO V-C- trial revolution from which Ann->
i The boys. and girls who are Mix fruit with 1-2 -- emerged a slant."- DR. R
quantity of thin t
the state there is a pest In the avoided If quality pullets are expected "Have used V-O seven consecutive
members. of 4-II club In Union KNIGHT U. S. Dept. of Agrlcultin
form of bugs. Some crops have a cream. Pour over the dessert./ to be raised. Rotation of "// vain our toil, tut ought to blame years. No other goods>> give the re-

: county have been holding one joint number of bug pests. We farmers Strawberry Juice range avoids soil contamination. she culture not the toil."-Port's sults.""",,:,E. M.LINDSEV Lenox, aa. v-c

social meeting each month. These have to bo constantly on the alert For strawberry juice, use' the Coccldiosls, round worms, and ESSAY ON MAN. Little More
gatherings were formerly held at vo"TODAY'S --- Than a Hist!
and have dust small so-called cull fruit though tapeworms be VO"I -
the' our guns and spraying can. greatly reducedIf -
home of but the
out fits ready for use, or some sound and ripe. Wash, crush and the pullets! are reared on clean NOT YESTERDAY.: "There la need for a wider UM.
club have grown until it has be- furnish, what my trade lpeelfteVO.W. cation of chemical
k heat We ourselves change. How research to
slowly to simmering point. land. An wv
pest> will have our crop ruined be- Infestation of coccidla, .
t come necessary to use the com- Strain D. JOYNER: dealer can our works and thoughts, culture. The problems awoiifci
tore we know it. Our work of through a double thickness or worms, or both, will hinder Rocky Mount N. O. solution complex.
munity school houses. If they are!always to be the are Every fatal
planting> and cultivating will be of cheesecloth. It juices free from development and It i
The first 4-H forestry club in proper must >e fittest continue always thesameCARLYLa'a a chemical factory. AerlculUn
\' Florida has been organized In I brought to nothing. sediment "re desired, let stand in remembered that It Is from these V-O-- ESSA chemistry's contributions to la-

I am no philosopher but perhaps cool place over night. Thea pour growing pullets that winter egg Good Farmers Will man welfare In the past eax

Flagler County. The boys are these bugs help to make us off (or siphon) carefully from the producers are. to be secured, BaysMI' Prosper though they have been, are i hut
building fire lines around their dregs. "Tbe revolution in farm methods Three more than, A hint of what will bi
better farmers. We keep In closer Mehrhof The longer thepul- More Optimists "
plots and reforesting under the spells low achieved. -W. M. Jardine, torn
The addition of prosperity: even at prices,
to all
touch with developments In the sugar lets can be kept tree of Intestinal
direction of County Agent L. T fruit for the efficient and capable farmers J Among the optimists let's put Secretary of Agriculture
farming industry when have juices will give a finer.flav- parasites, the
t :NIeland and the district forester we more resistant they In position to utilize the economies down.tbe old lady who said "I've
something to us Some- or. It may be used In any desired will be to Infestation.The V-O----
spur an In fertilizers
of the State Hoard of Forestry. power machinery Just got two teeth left, but thank
Clifford Iloyles of Nassau county times these bugs even help to Increase proportion, a fair allowance being quality of the pullet that and practices. It spells defeat for oodneks they hit," and the town "We have a large list of cushion

who attended the National .-II our standards of living by 1 cup of sugar to 1 gallon of juice. I goes Into the laying house will determine the Incapable, except there come drunkard with "1 may be blind In who have used V-O several reuial>I

preventing an over-production ot I Flit jars to overflowing with hot to a great extent the re- about a new type of organization In one eye, but I can still blink," and are thoroughly satisfied. Quay
+ certain crops and causing an increased juice. Seal and process for 30 turn that can be expected. The can fool and mechanical condition rak
a has. organized a boys' club at Callahan minutes below simmering point satisfactory place under manage his crop with the cheapest fertilizerhe V-O easy to ell.-W. R. Thai
price for them. pullets should be
clean "
] and is keeping club work supplied ment. Wheeler McMillan can buy.IA.CAROLINA. ll:Brol., Dealer, Barwick, Qa.
In his And in the meantime the only (about 180 degrees F. or a little range, given good teed, and other-
suing county, although the
thing we can do about the bugs is lower than the heat at which the wise handled so that they will be
has been without
county an agent
to keep on fighting them*. Eternal fruit was cooked). Or, if bottlesare brought Into production in good
for name mouths. He has 25 boys
vigilance is the price of success In used, wash carefully and sterilize shape.
; ) growing crops. Fortunately, there both bottles and corks. Fill > VIRGIN CDBMICAL COBPOHX'TION

is a control for nearly every 'serious with hot juice, put corks in tightly FACTS ABOUTTWO ,
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bug pest of our crops and (small pieces of cloth tied over PRIM.1RIEH date a candidate for Hundreds -
i'i'I I can qualify an of acres will be planted tending from Benson Sprlnn
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES livestock. cork help to hold them In place,) office to be voted for In more than in sweet potatoes this season, Avon Park, at a cost exceedlti

I and process. Best to lay bottles on Essential details of the coming one county while May 8 is the last according to Paul Britt, representing quarter of a million dollar, I n

; : : I sides when processing. This allows democratic primaries in Florida day a candidate can qualify for the Okaloosa Growers '
Homo Demonstration A, c.IItMllk.I.'at 1'IIKIMKATION: FOIl TIIE: for an Associa- chief feeder of which Is a I;
I CJIICKHInside perfect sterilization of corks have been furnished by Attorney office which is to be voted for entirely tion, who was at Bonlfay the latter power line carrying 110,000m!

% and all danger from' molds is General Fred H. Davis in an opinIon within a single county. part of the week to distribute This line Is now In operationthe IT

thereby avoided. Tighten'corks rendered a county official I The secretary ot state is the filing potato draws.. It had been planned sub-station at Piedmont te
'of brooder
For Hcnllli your and when cool dip in melted paraffin They are as follows: officer where candidates are votedon to distribute half the contractedfor Avon Park. The line from P

you need some reliable means t or is sealing wax. Label and "1.. Under Chapter 13761 Acts In more than quantity of
one county regardless draws this week mont into Benson Springs will
Milk-fat exists in the form of keeping the chicks warm and store in cool, dry place. of 1929, a first primary election
; of the nature of the office and the other half two weeks later put In service In a few days, tn
very tiny droplets afloat In the healthy. Various brooding sys- Fruit juices are excellent for which will be on June 33.
while the clerk of the circuit I but owing to the development of pleting the chain, after whlrtil I
emulsion. Milk-fat Is :ems are used for this purpose. "
liquid- an useIn gelatine dessert., sauces 2. The second primary will be court Is the filing officer where the the vines, this plan was considerednot new high tension line w!11 at
otter than most fats. This soft- On the Pacific Coast many of the Ice
creams, sherbets held
etc. If can- on, the fourth Tuesday after
candidate Is to be voted on entirely feasible. Planters in large tho total capacity of 110,000
', flees, together with the emulsion jig-scale egg-farmers brood their ned without sugar they may be 'the first Monday In June, which within a single cqunty. numbers signed up for a supply of

form, makes milk-fat more easily chicks around long home-made, used for jelly making.WRUF will be June 24. I
"The form of oath prescribed by draws, and in this way a co-opera- Manley Construction Compw
digested than other fats. concrete ovens that they call "
3. Detailed itemized ,
k Section 383, Compiled General tive plan will be established.
received contract for surfs
The natural yellowish color of "Dutch ovens. There are com-
of campaign
must be filed
expenses Laws, must be taken by and
-1 Uutllla
---S road from Deisem's! to
milk-tat Is due to the pigment of mercial brooding systems of some- with the
of the
circuit courton
every candidate, before he can be- Accordng! to the Winter
Garden at cost of
the nature. The bat- $6,000.
green plant tissue consumed by what same the
FARM PROGRAM"The following dates: come legally qualified, and must .
the cow.Milkfat. tery brooder works on the Idea Journal the Florida Public Service Winter Park ,- Standard !
Voice of Florida"Protecting "First campaign expense statement be actually placed In the hands of '
Company has
offers a concentrated' of keeping the entire brooder completed a network Company taken ;over by Wi!
between dates of May 4 and the filing officer on or before the of overhead transmission lines ex- Sachse and Arno Bauer.
house at given temperature by
source of energy. a May 9, that is, either the 6 .
"I' upon last day allowed for qualification, ------ ----- .
Milk-fat next to cod liver oil means of automatic' heat control Farm Property from 8, 7 or 8 of May. together with the fees -

and egg yolk, offers the most and forced circulation of air. Lightning will be the main topicat "Second proper : ."; r
statement be- .
campaign which should be submitted with rvy I'+ \ ; .I', ,11.\ :
"v. ;eA' ? ,
ti tiJ
v "
aboundant source of vitamin A es- These systems are all designed the regular official meeting of tween dates'ofMar. 22_ and_ the same." Z i + r ...5-.. 0 M .1:

nentlal to growth health and .life. for' the purpose of brooding many' the Florida Farmers' Radio Club 28. ---"j .CRAR.TI' "Nr 'G'

An abundance of vitamin A In the thousands of chicks at a time and I over WRUF; state station Monday "Third campaign statement I Florida citrus growers, members .

tr diet builds up a resistance to disease are worth your investigation if you I April 21, at 12:15: eastern ter June 21 and not later than of various sub exchanges of Flor- ....1. .1./,/,:', t'.){ .'

: particularly respiratory dls- are going Into the business on abig time the Florida Agricultural Extension July 4."Fourth. ida Citrus Exchange, have paid to '' "'1.1' :-'i'tv'j't'h'e

la80S. scale. The system used by Service has announced. statement .
campaign recent date $9,299.159 for this
The vitamins In milk-tat can be most poultry raisers, however, is Other features on next week's which is statement made under season's citrus crop, according to c dJ Ftl lL g

a,. ,Bored in the human body and used the conventional hover type brooder farm program include well known Section 433, Compiled General Florida Citrus Exchange. j .. "' ,. ". '....." ',. i in
yK In time of lIee' under which the heat Is maintained Southern medleys and ballads ...1 \ ..
is reserve an- Laws, showing names of all polite Jacksonville Bids opened for :' ":(; '4i1i:<
Clean mllk-tathl the form of by means of a coal, oil, or swers to farm questions, and Bill ical workers be 'v "' ps'
to filed at the time bulkhead work at foot of Barrs . .'S E" ,
butter) from healthy, well-fed electric stove. It will pay, you and Abe, farm entertainers. Spe- the third campaign expense state street. ,. 'oif .

cows is unequalled In concentrated many times over to make sure you cial talks will be given as follows: ment Is filed, between the dates of : ". t) ,. < '

\ energy value palatability, flavor, get a good brooder and one that la Saturday Apr. 19 Florida 'June :24 and not later than July ,' ''a .. r 4h
digestibility and vitamin content suitable for your purposes. Make 'Farm News. 1230U.: S. Farm 4. "In the past several candidates ...,h ,' ...K... ... .

? Mary A, Stennls.LEW especially sure your brooder Is am- Farm Science Snapshots. have overlooked the filing of the COFFINS & CASKETSAnd ",' :itT :

ply large, or your chicks losses Tuesday Apr. 22-Harvesting separate statement showing names a Full Cine' of

t : : rOUNTY ...1( flA'll will be too heavy. Generally and Storing Florida Dulbs-Major of political workers, which is specifically -

(..IIU.IU: ('lNJl'CT speaking one standard 52-Inch W. L. Floyd, professor of horticulture required to be filed under Undertakers': Supplies 4-I I

MILK DEMONSTRATIONS! hover will ot about 600 College ot Agriculture. 12-: Section 483, "at the time the AUTOMOBILE HEAltSEAlwar

fip to 600 chicks It you have brought 30-Timely News About Florida last statement
required" Is led. ea II.... The bentrrvle
Lee county 4-H girls' flub. In your chicks from reliable hatrh- Insect Troubles-Rust 1\IItes-J. "Candidates who .
are not required at the lowest price.
each community in the county, are eryman, he can-given you valuable R. Watson, entomologist Eperl- to run In more than one pedal attention to IclrarraphDEWITT

s sponsoring mllk-for-health programs advice on this Important subject. ment Station. county must file their own sworn order.REGISTERED .

aa a part of their major Anyway, you will want to set the Wednesday, Apr. 23 Home statement and receipt for committee ENnALMER

'project ot food, nutrition and brooder stove up and have It In Care of Milk-Hamlln L. Brown, It
any, and
; health for 1930. Under the leadership operation several days before the 'extension dairyman 12:30: -Primer their filing! fees to the secretary pay C. JONES

; Y of Miss Anna Mae Sikes, chicks. are due. Have several for Town Farmers of state STAHKE. FLORIDA
on or before May 3, 1930.
homo demonstration agent they jrooder-thermometers hung close Thursday, Apr. 24-What Does In other words. May 3 Is the last 0

are co-operating with all teachers around the edge of the hover to the Cow Think About Good Pastures

1 of health classes In presenting ma- carefully check the amount and -Dr. R. B. Becket, associateIn

terial. the constancy of the heat. It dairy husbandry Florida Experiment .

1- Each club U surveying Its own. should be 95 degrees. 2 inches oft Station. 12:30: -Timely Timely, potent illustrations -

ommunlty to determine the milk I the floor. Cover the floor with I News) About Florida Livestock STRAWBERRY{ PLANTS OF QUALITYFor ; dominant layouts;

upply. In nearly all communities 1-2 inch of clean litter, either Troubles-Dr. E. F. Thomas assistant -

r he dub Is supplying milk to at coarse sand cut straw, or com- veterinarian Experiment fifty tears we have grown and sold the best strawberry strong, sound copy .. .

least one under-nourished child( to mercial peat litter mixed with oat Station. these
plants ... are like good winds
1 how what "a quart a day" will i hulls[ and cover this .with clean Friday, Apr. 25--Side Dressing grown. See our agents and get your orderin -

do. This follows the demonstrations burlap sacks to keep the chicks Cotton and Cora-JL D. Warner with them_or mall direct game to me. Plant crop is that blow your "ship into

In 1929 In Lee county to from eating the litter the first assistant- agronomist Florida Experiment short thU season every place so we advise you to get or- 0. part." And

show/"what milk will do for an couple of days. Provide two water Station 12:30-Planting der In early and make sure of your wants. an adequate

D animal." fountains of the halt-gallon size Legume Crops in Corn-J. Lee space-contract with i this

Women's clubs are In April for each 100 chicks. Provide Smith'! district extension agent. Sfy agentis' are .\. J. CrISls.1. J. Thonuift, F. F. Flume

demonstrating what "milk will do enough wire mesh. roofing, or Ilrownleo Bro.., Bradford County Strawberry Assolatlon newspaper gives the proper

for the family menu." Awards are heavy carboard 12 Inches high, to i South Jacksonville Grounds and J. II. Moor direction. All
Luwtoy, Fla. Prices our advertisers -
: being offered for best milk posters form a circle about 20 Inches away .of Elizabeth Swaim Memorial Missionary,

# which wll make up an exhibit from the edge of the hover, to !church beautified. from young beds, 1000 to 5OOO. $ I. Over fiOOO, $"..13, t. are entitled to free use

g at a later date. prevent the chicks from straying I Dayton Beach Seabreete o. b. hem of the Stanton

Lee county club girls are using too tar from the source of heat at 'golf course here will be extensively Newspaper

the great American drink-whole. first. You now have the essentials improved this summer. J. A. BAUER Advertising Service.

'' clean, tresh-mllk-In preparation taken care of and are ready to receive Fort Pierce Annual flower LOCK BOX 88

for community, county and slate your chicks. show' of Fort Pierce Garden club JUIJSONIA, ARK.

health contests Nut week: The first feeding. opened. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH1O'f

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Fix>nn IMfiK SEVEN:
BRADFORD cotrynr TKi.Eou.rn.. RTAHKR.

APRIL 18. 1030 . .- .- -... -- __ u_ .. _ __..._ -- -.-- -
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pant Quarter of Southwest Quarter
elsewhere are cordially Invited' to and Kant Half of Southeast Quarter ,'
Presbyterian >r Northw Quarter and Enat. Half
this service. PJace.
of Northeast Quarter of Northwentqunrtcr
church. Hour, 8 o'clock p. m. and HouthWfiit Quarter of

Northwest Qualter, of N'irtheaKt
Quarter I&n11..1' list of Northwest.
l'ItESU\RI.\S Quarter of Northwest' Quarter nfNorthxuxt
Qnnrtvr all In Net'lion tl,
Twp 6. South, Uano-e 22 Kant, ContalulnK -
Services Sunday April 20, as 65 awes ni.>r0 or less, ,
Psalm I 119:105.
ord J is a lamp unto roy feet, and a light unto my path. : II V. KNIitllT.Mlivclal .

follows: MaMer.B .

nf JIntI All religious teaching doctrine or I 6 a. m. Easter sunrise prayer M. JOHNS'

nrb creed> u they are to hve any claim meeting. MJss Elisabeth Kendrick SolUltor for Comp1HIh' ,,.ant.

Ie love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with I I leader Short talks by Misses. 44rtSINI

Shines of Jesua the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Kendrick, Alderman Wood and

uman heart, and of whom" it was said in John7:46, "NEVER MANLIKE (Stunsbury. Easter songs. M terill'S! ,nN a
lOa. m. Sunday school. J, 1/1/
fellow \ "ilc. <> la horehy.t1ven, under and {
had thy -
compassion on
? An- have
", ill God answer us Truby, Bupt. hr virtue (if that rrilaln final. decree.
L *-.lsa. 65:24. servant even as I had pity on 11 a. m. Morning worship Special mode and vnteivil. liy the llonornbleA i
< %. Adklnn, Judge ot the Tw.sey'r ,
UU-SSCH! thee?
A\l" Are of Easter music by
|"( liui'th program Sixth'lr, ..1t of Florida, In
jew, 5:3-9.: Jesus said: Thus God forgives us, and expects tho choir. Easter sermon by thepastor .and for Hrudford. County, Florida) ,

the poor in spirit: for us to forgive others. "The Risen Christ." d y sM on the S.llh tiny of March, A I>..
are 41E Ul1I: In I hut rortnln cause thfrelnpending
11Ilia I kingdom ot heaven We cannot recall the past we 7 p. m The Christian Endeavor t rY: In ,'hlln"'n' wherein Hank. I

_ed ore they that mourn : cannot blot out our own sins. OnlyGod's evening meeting will be ommHted, of ptark' IN Complulnnnt and It It. '
June, TtoKa .lotim, Delibl Hall
it ,
Christ can I R :1
/ shall be comforted. 5. mercy through the early morning service taking c t Luther II a II. Jexxla. (Hall. llancf Hall.Pnik .

the meek : for they do that. Its place. S Jonas, Ida .lone, I'ercey Jonxi, t
We debtors to God for so Mares o Jo Hi'a and W. J. Kppi'rmm: anndmliilxtrutnr
earth. 0. Blessed are Easter cantata at Methodist -
ihorll the p. m. of the e tai'" of N. l..
Ijr which do hunger and many blessings and have so Injured church Our congregation! Jones. tlei-i. >nH..d, aro dcrnndnnlc Sl.(1. I

righteousness: for they and neglected his work that wall: join in with others in this t ead lh" underHlwned "will on Monday.,
{iter the aifr the 6th tiny of 1111A.. I>.. lti.10. tfurInK
filled. 7. Blessed are the we can never repair or repay combined service. the legal hourH of nnli thereonIn

e obtain obligation. The punishment ot theunforgiving Wednesday evening . . -- front of the South. door nf the
shall meeting :
j..1| for they : servant is thus described Prayer 1 tilt. :,ifU iflaKri1: 'J IJ r CuuithuuNtf In the City of Clarke,
\the In 8 o'clock. I
I g blessed are pure at \ Bradford, county Mtwte of Klorldu. ,
they shall see God. 9, "And his lord was wroth A (cordial Invitation' to all our I 1iI ) ., !. ,1..c.. 4.."' .!, . .lttiu.UW: : , l'! .. I. aril to 1 h.. hlKheM" l lililer" for ash I ,
(for : : ...... t tend
I are the peacemakers for and delivered h.lm to the tormentors services extended to all. '1/r' .cY .J.LN..U..U.t.JI.L'.LU:: X.: the followlnK being In Hiuilfuid dvmrllied County lands, lying rinr-. F

.all bo called the children till he should pay all that I Ida to.wlt:

was due unto him." And Jesus IttPTIHTSunday II + II ail I""' GI Quarter Hmilhfiittt of Quarter sped' ,, of Twentv"Northwest-arne,
In these words "So like- ill I ''I ,
|er: Father may love Joy. warns us r I III Pl Township Seven Koulh., nnnireTwentvt

long-suffering: gentleness wise shall my heavenly Father dot school at 10 a. m. 80 ICI / >rte raid Kimt decree, for the purpose ufantlofylnit

l-ts, filth meekness andante also unto ye from your membera present last Sunday Let .at d r.: a"Y fl ''I l ] II II''+ r 1 / 'rarr A. S. ('11'1'\11.' :' I''
aud fruit hearts forgive not every one his w II !Spoolnl' Master. In l'hunvery
flower I
I bear vaI p II I
brother their trespasses." us make it 100 next Sunday. I I I r n. )i. HNIOIIT,
I 11 Yes. Worship fit 11 a. m. Easter address I II Sollcltoi I for CotnpUilnnnt.. .
"Take the Injury that Is most 1 6ro van> i III 4-4-M-R-a:

II d'mcult for you to forgive" and and music. Come. ; I
H. Y. P. U. at 7p.m. t.
!I compare it with some of the things
SUNDAY SCHOOL all the 111'1'1/'FI
No service at 8 p. m. as '
for which you need Cod'r forgive
LESSON. churches will attend the Easter --
ness. flrrnlt Court, llrnilfoiil Toiintr.Florida. .
I Iii
We may think It easy for God the united choirs. 1 Ipl In Chancery. The FedetalIjioit .
Special services are being held 1 I Y Hank of Columbia, a rnrpara
'014 AI'RIL SO 1030act. : to forgive sins but It cost Chist'ssacrifice lu our church each morning at 7 r)4in. '1 lion ComplalMuneJ Avav Thomas
and suffering.KASTKll 1 et al, defendant' .r..I..u. of I
a. m. and each evening at 8 p. tL roar Mortgage.

Jesus Teaching For. m., this week except on Order. or 1'uhllrnlUBTho I
CANTATA AT31ETIIODIST __. :: State of Florida. : Tn U Brauaantl '
_s. - rdaY'1 \ Frank 8 HudNnii. realdene tin
Text: "Forgive us our CIIUKCH known
lea TKI.MNG; TIIK FAHMKIt Ei 'b It apprnrlnir from I the affidavit, ..f
debtors. --
as we forgive our I HOW L d (:Complnlnant' Hollrltor In the slave. "'
The choirs of the Starke I -t ,- entlllcd emus duly' filed therein,
:13.Text 14:21-36. churches will present an Easter I that' the residence of !?. Kraun ..n.t
Matt. : I
'() : It a farmer sees a banker I Frank M. HodHon la eat'h unknown
last lesson closed with thee Cantata "Life Everlasting music Talking to his 'phone n l.IX 4a'Aa and that them In no periton In ,".
and words by Rene r slate of Florida tho Hervlia. of minpopna II
shepherd,, the com- by Tetree the banker ,
of the Does the farmer tell ii r In Chancery. upon whom
to consult with an erringr Bronner, Sunday evening AP'1'1120th How to make a loan? would bind either of the Meld itefendanta

[ and the promise that to- at the Methodist church. .....:.,.;......."''" .... ,, above named and that sash ,
# ,U' of Hit above named defendants' are
In my name there am I In Mv. John Powell; director and It a farmer hears a dentist ,t!' I 1 II i it over the ass nf twenty-one years. atline.

Mrs. F. H.. Long; accompanist 0:1 n'yj I It In therefore. ordered that
ttlit!! of them- Treating mother rough a40 ,. I i1I I t IIiIII IIJ1III 1h111II11I I GVI lftWul I ha ...1.1 ilcfnudatila' K.' llraun and fp

Jay's lesson begins, "Then The program will begin at eight Does the farmer tell the dentist ,bvfia. fi. r ..s'I "..''''.. ......,...IUI'" "'''"."''''' , ,.,, 1a Frank S. llmlnon whose reoldenea. I.l ;
him and sad: Lord o'clock and Is as follows: his stuff? : unknown, do end they. are hvretirtwi ,,
'eter to How to do I HOUSE H-1IC to ftt the bill
Dr. J. T Guy. THE GAfiKCS: h tiMiulred' appear
oft shall my brother s'.n! Scripture. lesson- of Cofiiltlalnt In IhlN I'aiint whlrk. lit
and I forgive him? Prayer-Dr. O. P. Raymond. meets lawyer Tin cn.\it.\ t me, It a farmer
Lrven times?" The Jewish No. 1. '"Darkness Reigned" opening Who has lost his head OF Tin MonnitN: -(i\IU-KH: ern motor car? Our houses are tear. The rough-stuff may be rurrlad : other the Mh relief dny on of or May tiefora, A. r1.Monday. 11,

q said three offenses should chorus by choir Soprano Does the farmer tell the lawyer bucknumbers_ when measured by on In the basement' without : otherwise the ollfirnlInim. of bald Hill
solo. of Comiilalnt will h.. taken an ron
given!: but no more. Peter solo Mrs. A. Z. Adklns: What will do Instead? / ( By Duneiyihunter, Architect motor standards; in! fart when disturbing the family tranqulllty feKHnd liy each. of you. U In furl her

,.t the number to seven and Mr. T: T. Long. York ordered. that thin. order of puMIca
New ) stand In the living room.
measured by other Irving . week for
Salvation once a
lib- No. 2. "Come Only tlon bo published
he was
8ft, felt that No the farmer's always busy. don't to come up The Gables providentbasement four roimerutlcve. weeks In thallradford 'I
and Miss! strength of character aria they seem
not Mrs. A. Z. Adkins The expressed
JBut Jesus said 1 say duet Cannot even stop, Ht'creallon room, County Tele -raph, a. newpaper *- 4
seven times: but!! Ethel Grlfllu.No. .. birds telling him in one of the most outstsanding to par. They need) rejuvenation, :: puhMnhed. In tltarke, llradforrfCounty '
fihee until these are
Dawning" chorus While characteristics of modern architecture they need some "snap" play room, laundry, fold closet Florida' .
(eventy times seven. These 3. .. How to get a crop. Gables Is. modern house heater' and coal Himren.First Witness ha I hand of I tha una>rHlsned -
to homesas The a
490 times, but by choir. and this applies ClerR of the ahova namedCourt
fvould mean Easter Tidings" well as .to commerc'nl! structures with "stream line" roofs that glvochnra.ter floor: Entrance: vestibule and the pent of Maid Court
probably meant that weI No. 4. "The And the chances are that farmers and distinction with no with coat closet! living room dinIng hereunto altlted. on thin Hat<< nay ot t

I have a spirit of forgiveness soprano solo Mrs. J. W. Andrews. On the job all days. we have many of the of the former latter In, traco of the freakish. The brick room kithen two bud rooms. March A, I)., HMO: W at Htarko AI.KUUMAN., Florida.U. .

rolled by arithmetic. J.'., and choir. Will solve the rural problems but almost none the rapped with these flowing a bath and closets.. (Meal) (,I..rk..t Circuit' Court 9

In den says "The same spirit No. 5. "Ye Slow of Heart ten- And tell the world. I say. I this country but in Europe front of and Senond floor: Two bed rooms a K. M J( >IIN<4, d

ffSrglves once will\ forgiveand ; or solo Mr. Wesley Stearns and I whole set-up Is modern-and we roofs gives; a fueling ease Hollcltor for ..'UIII I'11\I 111111 t.
and stor
on Indefinitely. The chol/. Removal from Orlando to are fast coming' to !It. Our houses permanence. The arrangement bath, wardrobe + 4.4:51.5.1MAs'1'1'Ire :

so Everlasu'ng." chorus must be livable--and to be livable i Ihe 1lun.III thoroughly modern- age. --
forgiveness does not ex- No. 6. "Life Gainesville of state agencies now : 1SOIICM OP* "NUd7ll.rehy
of -
I the bed are on the Ceiling heights: HuMemniit seven
the of rooms
the choir the fight against ,: Is to be modern. Why copy two
In seven by in
exhaust itself co-oporatlng -
and foot
[ second, first floor eight ;
seventy-seven but No. 7. "Earth Could Not Hold the Mediterranean fruit fly will be : old worn out details and plaster : first floor and two on the feet notice" M given that order
nor In layout? fbl">l combination! given the convenience second floor eight; feet. and hy virtue of that certain flnntdei .
D. E. modern plun I
li by exercise." The spirit of Him contralto solo : effected within a few days Dr. Wll- them over a of the bungalow and the Exposure: The plans us shown .roe of forfrlonura mad' l>y theJudwo
all good habits Knight. mon Newell commissioner of the Why not KO( to the bottom of the of the. Ift'h.\ Clrrnlt.In .
eness like modern of the two story house. are for a lot facing south or wont. Fli, rlda.
the Risen Kftts announced.The matter and have the design privacy and fur llradford County
But this No. 8. "Crown board has
row by being used. state plant line" The recreation room and the play For a lot faring north or cant the In Chnni-iirv. on Ihs :22nd, day' of yilerrh
'a "stream
optlon- Mrs. J. D. Doyle Miss board's headquarters ? Why ,not I 1 In favor of theKedeial
Land forgive is not quartette plant A. P.
relieve the should be reversed.Lot :r.Ii.;
Matthews and Messrs. Gainesville.! ) house? Can we find much out of room In the basement plans l-iinii;1 of f'nhhml.Iii. a
Florence located at
tit :scMatt are - size; House frontuK. ; 30: ft., eoriioratlon" and aKxInot 6, Jesus laid down a Wesley Stearns and Owen Griffin. - -- -- nine clearance. left 8 fret rlitht 12 flehl . et al. Ttefendanta.Tho ,i
in- "The Adagio Conta- Ci iindfM'Mlwned. an Kperlal" Mn..l..r.will r
disciples Offertory:
.1 I prayer for his feut; lot frontage, minimum 511 offer for ante at the front of

lilt the golden text for today'sn bile" from the Sonata Pathetiquo, of North America I rout the Court house 'In Mtarke, Florida. . ,

and then said "If ye for- ( Beethoven), Mrs. H. V. Knight.No. Beautiful Banff, the Switzerland brick but durlntf the legal hours' of oil.* on
10'la t t'oi strurtlon : Front Monday. !Mnv Alh. 1lifl: to She. MulloHt -
not men their trespasses' 9. "Praise Him soprano u ance frame with Stucco. f'nlsh; root and beet. hlldor fur rarh I".
forgive Mrs. R. J. Davis and choir. 6 ilom-rlheil property IvInKniiil :1
>er will your father slate' foundation concrete. ; win followInK :
Me to Love ; lutlitir In Hradfonl County, Flur
trespasses." This Is probably No. 10. "Teach I steel. ratoinuitts door).*..
down ;
Alec Idn' :
commandsey. trio Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, .., T? 'r. NoulheaotQuarter '
most difficult of all TJiee, Co''ANp/tvs details Quarter of
GRecN wood, to special
Powell and Mr. 1\ ) .. 'f' and, ,HoulhiVat' Quarter of
be a clear JMr.. John .
>, Yet It seems to ." Interiors: (Flours wood for !1111- HouthweHt Quarter nod a cirlp uf

, merit which cannot be dlsre- Owen Griffin. y nl' 39 oleum finish ; walls\ pluslnr; ('ell- land 100 feet wldo on .111.t ..101.. of
will not No. 11. "The Great Example, : 'C' Noiilhweat Quarter of Soulhwewt
l ed "Forgive, or you :b Sg ? : 1e kitchen, piaster: 'I
of Luther Powell.No. Inns plaster;; Quarter "Met.lllIn I II, Twp 7, South
>> Mr.
23-35 bass solo
nrg.ven.: In verses 'bath rooms tile; steam heat, Kill llanira 20 I0i: ..e. Also Norlhweet rj
Jesus Illustrated the ne- 12. "Joy to the-World, !f n- Quarter of NortheAtt Quarter "Hertlon -
')lason and electric wiring.Cubibiref .
theor choir.BenedictionDr.. 14. Twp 7, Hoist Pt, Ka'itfo. 2.
ty of) a forgiving spirit by ale by : 30,700 cu. ft. fn: ..t, pontalnlnar In the .awrrfKate.

and the two servants.of Geo II. Low. ( *.k& C'ompleto working plans nnispeclflcatloim 123 acren. J. T.. FHA7F.K.dpeclitl .
kingdom ;
refore Is the ry. of this\ house I\re I MiiKtern.

en likened unto a certain Those taking part In the chorus, available! for n nominal .aunt' Address S(. jnirNH.Holli'ftor .
of R, J. Davis J Complainant.
'account : Mesdames far
. who would take soprano ,, the building editor/and ro- 4.4.515d
hadin Andrews Jr., A. Z. Adkins -
[servants. And when he W. rrth&M"y fer to house 11117.MOIKH.

to reckon one was brought J. D. Doyle, A. W. Anderson J. T. Mas'1'ISIt'e IIfOTU'.1' IF .".I.K i

him ten Miss Minnie Gruber MissLaura --
, which owed Guy
him, la. that under
nntlc given
Miss Eunice -
'rand talents. But forasmuche Lee Hemingway and liy virtue nf that certain float i

., had not to pay. l1s'lord: Perkins. I- The HtaU of Florida, to Anal'" decree of forecloHiira. made tiv the r''
sold and his Contralto : Me datnell. A. E. "' flret>tlriff: Judge of the Zlllh Judicial l GI."It.In ,
mended him to be II Rppi-rirlnit, by nfllilarlt Hpl."n.l..d and for ftrudfonl County, Florida
and children and all that Wall D. E. Knight A. M. Darby, to the Mill l of Complaint. In the In Chancery, on lh" 22nd duvof k a,

to be made. : O. C. White E. M. Davis E. K. ('h4nc"ry '.'aura l>,*ncllnK 'In th. Clr: March. A. !>., 1910, In l favor of lhaFeiloral
ad. and payment Cult Court In and for Hrudrnrtl f'nun. and flank of Columbia. mcorporation '
servant therefore fell down 'Ferryman and!! Misses Florence ty KlorlHn. wherein, W. M. Smut I IComnlHlimnt IH snit airnlitMt/ t'ercy Jone ,

saying Lord, Matthews Ethel Griffin Fredrlka ' aii him
worshipped Alice Pendant hat the unlit. defendant I I. und.rslgn.d l aa Special" Ma..t(>r, will !
. patience with me and I will Struth Blanche Alderman 2 ayw.'q% r Hra.r, ,u. ,' ek n non-r.Hcl| .,nt of th. state 01 l-'lor offer for sole. at the front door .".iftha
Then the Lord of Fernandez. Elizabeth Kendrick .Ida, and that his* IM tin- Court hone In Htarkc. Florida,
thee all.
In the leital hour of pale, ...
known ami there In no person durlnir
servant was moved with com-' and Isabel Fernandez. .., I rI the mute or Florid' I the nervlm of i iHutipridna ... Monday May SI h. 1UIO. to Iko hlvheotntid '

Ion and.loosed him, and for- Tenor: Messrs. John Powell upon whom would. bin hunt tilililer. for yeah the followInir
,, Stearns and David Moore. said' \ defendant and that sold d*. dencrtlied. property lying aril I
'p' him the 'debt. Wesley J. fcndant. In. over the age of 21 ynnxnld .. l>nlo" In llradford County, Florida
he "Talent" Is estimated at Bass: Messrs. L. O. Powell r cause being a. lull of HlvimiIt to-wlt.. :

dollars\ ac- F. Klckliter Owen Grlffln: T. T. .IN ordered. that acid d'frncliktit band The. Kortheaat Quarter of lhaHouthwoNt
i 10 to 20 million I he In hereby. required. ,, to app..a, Quarter .leaa one (1) acre
'Zing to whether it was Greek Lon to the said Dili of Complaint nt the In' I ho Southeast Corner of H"rtlonTwentyNine ) I

Hebrew Either sum was Tho offering, after the expenses "'I"rk.".. nillc In Ntork, Florida, Ianawr (20), Township Mtrven.
money. tin .1 Mouth. III..... Twenly-One Ul >
to the Par. aitlil mil on the day r (7)
''>inlt>le to be repaid ;just as It are paid will be given May, A, J,.. trio ntherwln the al- KaHt: conlalrilnir 89 ncrert more. or
God for his ent-Teachers' Association. All the isaetlons'ef bald Hill I wilt b* lake. ian I..... L
nposslble tcj..repay \ ordvreitbftt .. J t.. FnA.KB.Kpnilal .
of this city and vicinity . vonfeiiHiid. It la farther
sings to us, or to make amends churches ... ,, this order tolt puMlph..4l one i a Maater.K. .
tho sins we have' already corn aro to join In this. service. .. week for four ronawrutlv weeks 1 lithe U. JOHN'S.
:, tlrailford County Trlritraiih, i Hollcltor for Complainant.!
'ed. Acting under the law the 11' nt Kcnvral rlnumtloipuhllnhcd : :

< ordered the servant and h'liy !SKVENTH IIAV AOVEXTIST l .. newspaper In firadford County, Klor- ._. _. M

. \ sold Into slavery but when Wl'NIUVAIMl. 80. 3 1'. M. .. f.if4L': V 9'I Ida.Hone And nrtlvrrd at Hlarfc, FlorIda NOTI4H nf. FI'II"I. ll''( lf 'II(..MHlxty

servant begged for mercy the thin April a,... A. I li. IUJn. days. after data hereof on to-
.f set aside the judgment and Regular monthly bible study at ". I ; ,:I (deal l CIW: At.TiKIIMAN. wit : the goth day of May, A. Is. Ilf11
... \ ('J.k I'lrcillt I'ourl I will present my vouchers Mud flniaacoouot
lieU .

It is with us. Under the law bronn Springs road. All are cordially tr *A.' .. Tl yhe + h.w .. / on rile I In my olvc( lardlnor. Caunty Judge <,r Hrndfortounty .
W. AI.KKUMAN.Clerk . Florida, aa aUmlnlolrator. af
the bible Ctl'-.iJ.
are doomed to punishment for Invited.: "What says 1ir!''I' : .. K. Anders daneaoMl.and .
.. '. ...... A I'J'I.'Z) lIfOcJiJTIt' aa Circuit fuutl the .tale of .1 ,
sins but through the advocacy the blessed bible? This should '.,, ; ,.. "" ...... I....._- dflarq NIlMIfl. ElAN'" a 44-tt-5-l cMtNTKH'A auk for Ihelr approval and. myilerhnrra
of .. a. such admlnlatrator.Thin
'hrlet(; and forgiveness Is my only question be. Teachings v II >. 1121. t
mercy V.oca9lwTrIG MOUNTtlf Slat day, of March A. l
"a un when we earnestly ask men so often mislead us. What Pacing Railway. It t/ a r a-I when Stone and Blood li.rtun era tea : outrun or H. J. DAVIq'
?" ot rugged tnounta! c rfmclnj Canadian ride to Banff where Admlnlatraliir. oiitata. uf J, A A.-
met Book of God to me Lover* I for traveler and their squaws .
Bnt servant the
says ofT place
the forgiven under
"vane slopping their In the cm: notice I* Klrvn that der. docvaaed.. ,
mtl blgbnount tepee
fellow servant who owed him lit sad loll 'mld bound lo and from the Pacific Coaat the, will pitch "whoopee" And by .virtue of that certain. final J-2l-9t-B-l

' hundred about sev- ITS IO.V GOOD 1..1UJuHJoU'ICI1: ln nod tbclr btttrt'* CI..ue and the Orient, and baa played boat to Pasture and make Indian: rj Pewee of fnrerluaure mad. by tit -- - -_. -.- -
pence or reviving", their time-honored oportawrestling Judicial. ClrrnltIn ,
Band celebrities. To accommodnt by Judltll of the tlth.
porelP"iI.i t of .
him by la the vacation s a great number bow and arrow O'I'I'M or rtAIt i7/e5IAlttilt d
pen dollars "And took on, boneback, and for llrailford County,
. that The Methodist! 'and Presbyterian linen the capital of :iuff National tlaltora desiring to tarrjawbll conteaM and other tet of skill In Chancery, on the iind day. ol Silly clu)'. after dita hereof on ..-
throat saying Pay amid Banff' matchless *.n- In favor of ThiKederal wit: The :20th day of May 1910. I will
. will\ Join toguther In a Park and one ot the beat known re- stamina In which the red man March A. D. into. .
u fellow ser- churches modern boauiry and voucher. and final a.-
Owest. And his Canadian' thin t* a flo and Hank of Columbia' a preiieut my
service at the Presbyterian aorta In the wo.-'d The Sri denumatrat that they ban lost littleof mint to the Hunnrabla ttan, A. t1...-
lit' fell down at his feet and be- Good Friday banff U the strati51e known a* tb. Banff springs Hotel corporation: and ugalniit Km' Crews.
church this (Friday) evening Rocklm. of weigh to learn that that native"' technique. et al., Defendant Thundemlcned diner rounly judge of flradfurd i
+ftfat him. saying. Have' patience Burgln canter, outrival Switzerland Inll.clr OoUcra will in pleased During the Labor Day wk-n an Kpurlsl Mauler will county ..Florida aa administrator af

tb me, and I will pay thee all. at 8 o'clock. Rev Dr. acenlu grandeur, so mush ao Banff ha OB* at the mast 18boiegolf will play boat to Scottish plpere offer: for aale at the front dour ol the caste of X. M. Mnyder' dereair. 1
presiding elder of Somali on the American continent. Banff the Court houa In fit.trko, Florida, and aak for their' approval and mydlocharira
\ andt Jacksonville Whymper. conqueror annual Highland I
pd we would not; but went of South will be that Edward The new links, the eel to* otwblcfc and cbleftalne at the durlna; the legal hour of aale on a. each odinlnlxtralar.Thla .
him Into prison till be should the M. E. Church. or the celebrated MaUerhorn. spill U near lb. botaU overlook' the Gathering and Scottish Mualo Monday Mar tth, 1110, to the hl.hat 2tal day of March A Vg ..,
J the the speaker. Dr. Burgln Is well rmed them "Pltty S.-1tMrl.II River Festival"' la the court of which prize) and beat bidder for each the fop 183'// ,
debt.. into On Banff U rmdtlyareesslbl Bow and spray! piper MU devrlbod property lylnaan"l *. cnievt
beat owing
Rolled the
great awarded to
The and known as a speaker power M exact July 12. :as and will' be estate vt II. ).I. *. ;
king heard of this from all point* ID Hearth ID July, to Boottlab KctmetaU. b.ln" tit Bradford County. Flarlea,. Ad."I.- .7.
Canadian t
1 will without doubt have a will stag her pletunaqiMannual ,* various d..,. deceaaid.
Id\ to the first servant. "O thou and he for It la situated on UM 94. Banff lo.wlt. i
All whose church U fow-R.w and ladle Day Th. Northeast. Quarter of }Nurth- :a.U-U-6-U
message. ot *
eked semat. I forgave thee all great take them mall trinacontlnantal line
tl debt-sbouldst not thou Also preference does t .

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A -n.-n n-ii-n-*mm,- *mmmmmAf also visited Sanderson where he atclng business in Starke last Mon ...............+..+..++* Invocation.

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I conferred with a number of Its *. *. Response.
f day.Mr. LAWT' BY
1877 around town j prominent citizen! Macclenny O. D. Colson was In Gainesville Anthem: As It neKan
.. ..._ Press. ) last Monday. ...............-........ Vincent.
.. . -- ! -I IH 1H v Scripture
< ----- ----- -- readhu.rHymn
-0- :Mr. C. C. Melvin was In Starke
and Entered Second Class Wo have often smiled whenever Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thede and No.
Published Weekly Fridays as
! on Why worry about E. S. Matthews last Monday. 159. ('hrlsl, k
family of Jacksonville spent Sunday (""
uttered the words, "Way Is Risen ,
anyone Mr.\ A B. Shaw and son Albert Today
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida in his announcement that he with his brother R. R. Thede
out west, where Prayer.
men are
will be a candidate to succeed himself were here last Sunday.Mr. .

h E. S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and PublisherJ. but from this time on we will as a member of the state railroad . L. R. Gainey and daughter, and family Solo: Hosanna inrannlerl;
quickly remove our hat and stand the June ., Lola were in Starke last Thurs The house owned oy John Andrews J. D. Doyle.
C. Robinson' _________. __________--__ Managing Editor In silent homage. For men are commission In priraarlesT : and unoccupied at the time Announcements
Matthews and
Mr. owns
- -.--- ---- really men and women are women operates one of the best weekly day.Misses Melba flee Hodges Ox- was discovered to be on fire about Offertory.
when they can stand up and tell i 4:30: o'clock Tuesday morning. It Hymn No.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE papers in the state, has made an; ena and Lorena Greene and Iris 137 All Itail'i
each other just exactly what they enviable Brown and Messrs. Guy Harrell, was almost ready to fall In when Power of Jesus Name
record as a memoer of the<
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance don't like about the opposite sex, railroad commission: and it would 1 Russell Greene, Resale Colson and discovered. The home of Harry Sermon.

Advertising Rates on Application and they really did this out In a take Bomeona, with A colossal Herachell Brannen attended the Padgett adjoining caught and the Anthem: Lift Your
_ __ __ ._ __ J Nevada school. amount of optimism to believe he concert in Starke last Friday evening whole side was burning before the --Van Lear.Benediction. 'l I

According to one of the college could bent this genial 'gentleman' ,:. family was awakened. They saved : .
Knees may be out of style but they are not out of sight.
papers the co-eds' answers to the -Citrus County Chronicle. Everyone: is invited to attend a part of their furniture. Both .-__
I -0---- question include these statements: sing given at the Missionary Baptist homes were completely destroy
Next Sunday is the day for the annual parade of spring "I can't stand men who "wolf" ---o--- church Friday night, April 18. ed. The homes of Mrs. Godwin without To make a head of ieuu

r; their food at the table; slake Eugene S. Matthews, member of Everybody come 'and bring the and several other homes nearbywere' using Ice, cut a tblD'
off the
hits. the Florida railroad commission root and place
hands limply; color their experiences : entire family. We will have lots threatened. the lit i
o when relating them; have whose term expires: this year, has of 'fun and a good time. Amuse- Mrs. O. ,W. Brown was a visitorto in a veusel' with sufficient

One more week of school and ,then vacation days will be cold limp hands; who wear spats announced his candidacy for reelection ments for old and young. Don't Starke Wednesday. the to cover head the end of root

and assume an air of "wordllness.." subject to the Democratic forget! Friday night, April 18. E. E, Burney made a business with a slightly (la-.

i' here. The men in the college retorted: primary of June 3. Mr Matthews trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. cloth. ..

o "I can't stand women who powder was first appointed by Governor The Recreation Saxaphone bandof ----
i Hardee to' tilt a vacancy on the ........................ Thumb tacks have
Doctors War on Bare Legs, reads a headline. They'll be their noses continually; try to be 20 pieces from JacksonvlUe'wUIgive In the ninny
i kiddish and cunning; give details commission" ; and was elected with ZIFF a musical In the auditoriumof kitchen, holding |In
t overwhelmed by the enemy. large 'majorities in the last two : :1 the the papers on the sbelvei
of their 'lines'; have high shtll Junior high school Friday, a
o voices and keep referring to pr.v.loul elections. He has rendered' this .. ...Miss...Opal....Lewi.....Cor....."...1 April 18.78-p. 'nl.. under the "aus oil the"cloth cutlery. drawers, fasten

] The first concert at Mountain Lake sanctuary next season proposals they have had." state invaluable service In his p'ces! of Troop, .38, Boy Scouts of 'to the wall back r
j work in connection' with the re- Services were held at Deadon America. work, table, holding back
will be on December 16th. fr'gerator! express car case, touch- church last Saturday and Sunday. v hlch the wind blows about
What fun! Let's
' all organize a Ing the movement of strawberries Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and ,I _

: : : Marriages in the air have been declared illegal in France. Them Tell Each Club Other-just What wait We until think we get of from Florlda.-Dade City Banner. daughter, Hazel, spent Sunday at KAHTKIl 8KRV1CKH AT PRESBYTERIAN Mrs. J. Lee Summerlln: of Civlllo
- [ -o Lacrosse with Mr. and Mrs. Henry! who as Miss !Mozelle
: They're dangerous enough on the ground. hold of the guy who sprinkles auger I I D,
.I We see by the papers that our Shaw. was home demonstration
There will be Caster an
over fresh tomatoes. an Sunrise
'J t..1j f : 0 old friend, Eugene Matthews, of Mrs. Bill Hines of Brooker spent ,service at the Presbyterian church Seminole county about is I

t' ; After the argument is settled on the highest point in Starke, member:of the state rail- the week-end here at the bedsideof Sunday morning at six o'clock. ago, died April 7 at the At,
we nominate for the ugliest road commission intends to stand her mother Mrs. S. L. Prescott. County Hospital
,;(, Florida, other'sections might come in with the lowest natural name of all time "Ophelia Everyone cordially invited.:
j y ,fir Flog. for re-election In the June primaries Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and
Hymn 108. -
: t spot in the state. blossom," which is really an acquaintance's We have known "Gene"for Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Hymn 115. South Jacksonville COIN!

I ;:'. name (and we hope over tblr'8even'yeare, and daughter, Lula Mae, were In tlon of sub-station on Hendr
o The Lord's
1" I"i she doesn't read this.) have never known 'Ihlm to fall In Starke last Saturday afternoon. prayer (In concert.) avenue site of old
tj" power .
+ : hits the nail the head in when bribery Hymn 118.Scripture .
/ Ocala Star on saying
i his duty to' his friends or the pub- Professor Laird of Brooker was nearing completion.
;:,!, 'f \ is eliminated enforcement of the eighteenth amendment Several weeks back came the lic. Dunnellon should be interested In our section Thursday. telle Kendrick.: Matt. 28:1-10., Es- Lake Worth Plans am,

' will be successful. story of a Held full of strawberry In, Mr. Matthews. lie ran the Mr. Ward of Lake Butler, was Improve water system here
1' Short talks.Opening .
Ii ,
pickers who /got "splfflcated" and first newspaper it ever had, some In our section last week on busi

i' ,.I:' 0- made whoopee to the extent: of time In 1891 and" 1892, and, be- ness. drick. word, Elizabeth Ken Would You Know Om

I F: I i WhatFlorida: is doing toward feeding,ihe.naiion'caiube ;the picking bushes all the 'green berries off lieve us, It" Was some paper. It Mr. and Mr .,t. W. ,Dyal and Christ is Risen Blanche Alder- //, You Saw It?

:r r,' :' :: seen by watching the solid trains of refrigerator cars going ... was newsy 'and1!''Interesting;, and daughter fast, MarlotKLee' of Graham .. If you ever coma face to facer
moreover. it Was1' not afraid to pent Sunday here with their man.Christ's
p,{ ? 1't'' northward every hour. There are many, many stories speak out'meeting when any parent, Mr. and Airs.,J.w. Lewis. Resurrection a pledgeof germ course, it would is not you likely recognize that it!
ours--Grace Wood. :you
i! of cases where shine has weni '
caused thing wrong.. DunnellonSun. Mr. and Mrs. 1'.,W.Reynolds of The will see a germ unless you on
blindness but thats the only one Graham and children Risen Life here, Mrs. W.,n. tremendously
were guests powerful microscop
Golfers might be interested in the news dispatch telling Hart. '
on record where It has caused color last would have to
-0N Sunday of their parents, Mr. you magnify om
T of arrest of AI Capone's brother on Miami golf course, the blindness and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Prayer, Dr. Lowry. a thousand times to make .it uti (
..N.N....v..A We Hymn 116.Mlzpah. pin head. But you should! reca
+ charge being are to that
vagrancy sorry report Mrs. the fact that these tiny
It seems that Amos 'N'> S. L.: Prescott Is germs en
oi' Andy are BROOKER : on the sick list into your blood streams through
going: to be popular In spite of I this week. We all wish her a smallest cut and
give tr
With receipts more than one and three quarter million anything we can do about it. How- .. hiss' Pearle GalneyMr. .. speedy recovery. BAPTIST CHURCH RASTER fever, tuberculosis' lockjaw, I

"' dollars, Plant City still retains the title of greatest winter ever our offer of $5,00 to the first ..............'. .... Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and chil- SERVICEThe poisoning, and many more dinrmd
ten people who hear a negro" use dren spent Sunday here with Mr. perhaps fatal diseases.' Tbe
strawberry section of theworld., Mr. H P. and L. R..
"propolitlon" were Easter Service one sure safeguard against fl
or "regust" Is still and Mrs. J. W. Padgett.Mr. at the Bap-
visitors to Gainesville last Tues- dangers washing at
o tist church next every
open S. L. Prescott, J. W. Padgettand Sunday morning matter how small, thoroughly
f Arcadia Arcadian tells of a man whose wife hasn't asked day.Messrs. Oscar Mr. C. 11'. LItchfleld all were will be as follows: Liquid Borocone, the safe ulnf'o.
+" We don't believe In being hypercritical in Starke one day last week. Prelude. You can get Liquid Uonn
him for a thing since they were married. You've guessed it, W. R. Thomas and Clyde Simmons
but If there Is anything Mrs. Jane Surrency, of Brooker Doxology Canova Pharmacy.
she takes, what she'Wants.They're of Gainesville) were visiting here
more annoying (to us) than a poor ? : spent last Sunday afternoon here --- --.- ------- --
last Friday night.
+ o Imitation of negro dialect it Is with her sisters, Mrs. J. B. Thomas. -
Mr. and, Mrs, L. R. Gainey and
when some of these talkie .
attaching railway in Highlands county for daughter, I plq and Mr and Mrs.
say "sho honey" and smile com Mr.\ R. L. Cecil and Resale
fi non-payment of taxes. Here's hoping they don't start attach- placently as If they just knew they R. M. Galnejf ,spent Sunday In Thomas and Jackson Rivers of FOR EASTER

ing automobiles for taxes due. were making every one believe Jacksonville; with friends and relative Starke spent last Sunday]! here with

that they pent the first twenty *.. ,. ,,' their cousin Johnnie LewIs

P I 0 years of their lives on ,a tobacco Mrs. I. W., pinholster was calledto Mr. 'and Mrs. J. B. Lewis were I Spring's Newest Fashions
in Smart Easter
1 The editorial write'r or a linotype operator on the Times- plantation. I the bedside of her mother, Mrs. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W -

' Union has discovered a new species of widow-the glass wid- Mrs.Godwin Godwin last Monday. We all wish J Lewis Sunday afternoon.Mr. Frocks and Hats. Our sale is certainly
IVrhnpM U'a Beet a speedy recovery. ., and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and
ow who looks after both number olJe and two Messrs. Leon and Rabble Par-
daughter, Hazel, spent Sunday afternoon a timely event.
Bargains in
offered a
rish, Dana Duke and Resale Carl-
o I nee you start to shudder when with Mrs. II. H. Howard.

: in Chicago a motorcycle officer broke a long distance kiss we meet ton friends of Lake here Butler' were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis spent new collection that includes styles for
last Saturday night
after it had lasted for four blocks. magistrate: assesseda And stifle back a yawn when I appear and Sunday Monday, In Starke on business.

fine of $4 a block. Must be springtime in Chi. And though I doff my hat and try Mr. and Mr f'J; ;.,L:, !Morgan anddaughtersiHndei Births. women, junior misses and girls, moderately

. n to speak Miss. ? and Bronell and Mr. and Mrs.\ Lee Kersey, Starke, priced. And Hats that would be fashion
V.ra..aaIDtIY.were. visiting
Exchange wonders if St. Peter will have to re-o"pen the Your glances make me hasten on ,, boy April 6.
friends in Waldo last Sunday. '
for fear Mr. and Mrs. Kite leaders at price. Visit
Perry Starke any store and
pearly gates for those men and women who are always "just That I'll Mr, Leland' LItchfleld and Lea boy our
say something better left April 14.
c a little late" in their engagements here on earth. unsaId Dyal Saturd were'1"'ftlgb't.visiting' In Lacrosse las examine the spendid line of seasonable

_ Yeah something that I,never told
o Little aleiln'Ctekby? '
ot Jackson-
before. merchandise
x; On 'gr.dener says if the,government will eke a mortgage You loved me once, you told me vllle'spent. part'df this week'here specially priced for- this. sale.

on his neighbor's chickens. he j is wlllinjIEborroW' that you did. with 'his fera'hTlpk'rfentsit!' ; Mr, and 'FLORIDATHEATRE' '
tl I, Mrs,'L. n.)!GafneY"' n4 Was'accompanied , :
endugh from Uncle Sam to plant his spring garden. But now bore.I .you say have become a home bjt"bIIJ'<
I 0 know who will""remain with them sev- ,
I uttered silly little things .. ; ..
I First issue of the Ocala Morning Banner,reached the ex That must have left you feeling eral Starke days.. -U'.Jt Jewelry': Store Home of VitaphonoGAiIiESVILLE to Posiofflce

change desk Thursday and contained thirty-two pages. It rather cold. moved to''new'''o atlon. FLA.
But somehow, dear, .
matter how
was a fine edition and worthy of that progressive city. I tried no Among''those attending the B.I I -.-. -,----- -- --. .
i - ----
Y, P. U. Federation Vanderbilt,
r pH' ; I couldn't make, a thing I said Program Week of April 17THURSDAY
last afternoon ''
Sunday were Mr,
One tourist passing through when the thermometer stoodat : sound bold., --
wAs and Mrs. O. B. Colaon, Mr. 'and
Afoot I to sit beside the
said soon be fire Mrs. I.V Pinholster Mr. and &: FRIDAY
eighty, he would where it would stay around And leave you sitting In another I

;t P thirty for several weeks yet Maybe he had to go home. chair. Irs.Ward.> I. S''Zuleana: Fowler, Waters Misses,Florene Pearl Ramon Novarro

Forgetting kisses and r
o caresses too In
lalney. Josephine Chessar Rosa
In. silent
admiration of 1
Sidney J, Catts' physician said his physical condition Oh yeah I guess I ,was your an awful hair. Lee Ward, Roberta Conerly Ruby "DEVIL MAY F _

would 'not permit him to go to trial in Federal court but he dudPerhaps Kelley, Elsie and' Carneta. Barry;
Messrs., O. J! Mott, Clyde Cone, CARE
has announced his intention, of stumping West Florida in his you It's did best you left me when Marcus'! 'Cone fly and Ressle' Col- AlsoLaurt1

for son, Mr. add Mrs Lloyd Barry.
race congress And ran with that big chauffeur and Hardy C nte away ; "
Mia Josepttlne: Chesaar of Jack
1 .. In'ITHEY.GO
k -o man .,,,:. '
t :
; > Qvfns"I''he weekend l,K'rf ., :
A philosopher is credited ,with saying,marriage is like a .:Who' never even deigns' to ,raisehis with fWe'Ads"anf\ relativWand; returned BO( M"

railroad sign. When you see a pretty girl you stop, then'look Hut listen.dear, perhaps the idea home last Sunday and was SATURDAYRichard I

and after you're married, you listen. He's telling something never came acdompanletf holster. '' ''by"!ItMr. Miss. Lubedla Pin- I Dix

married To you that while I seemed to
men already.
D. Polk and son, Clifton in
gaze In space 1 I
and T. P. Ward 'were '
o visiting in
I often I
turned my head towards "SEVEN'KEYS
The motorcade coming Into Bradford county Saturdayto the wall Waldo last Thursday.Mr. .

inspect this strawberry growing section is the kind of visj- To keep pretty" from face.RAILRO.I yawning In your was visiting. MaurIce here Brown last Sunday of, Miller af-. Is Your Business

tors wanted here. Make their stay in the county so pleasant ternoon. .: With. A .Htar, Cant

that they will want to return Mr. and Mra L. H. Futch of -- --
..p' Hampton wera. the guests of Mr. SUNDAY"FLIGHT" "Old Fashioned?

o and Mrs. H. ,jj, Galn y last Friday
In their fight against Sunday movies and other attractions ) rOMMISHIOKRHTATH ; evening! c\'

,it said to be taking people from the. churches ritHMM COMMENT: I Mr. and.U roil ,C. S. Laird and A story of the U. S. Marines In You
away relig- - --- may not have an 1850 bookkeeper
daughter, Jean and Miss Mildred\ the air
ious organizations overlook the two greatest causes-paved
Morgan were visiting\ In Gainesville StarringJack
roads and radios. The lure of the road Eugene S. perched on a high stool; but business
open fills our highways Matthews of Starke, and;Starke last Saturday afternoon Holt Ralph your

z Sunday, and the radio is working the same publisher of the Bradford County yMr ,
every upheaval may still lack
Telegraph. Is a candidate for reelection \ Earnest Hewitt of Dukes Graves, Lila Lee. methods.
with church attendance on Sundays as it has done with
to the Florida, railroad was visltlng'heve.laat Sunday eve-: - For
amusement houses during the week. J>" commission. The Highlander believes .. MONDAY Y & TUESDAY your Financing may be old-fash

o that he has made a*,,good Mister Lorena and Oiena Green ioned.
commissioner and hopes to see him and Miss Malbo"flee Hodges attended "UNDER A TEXAS Deal with this modern BankStarkefs -
The Road of Remembrance extends Detroit I
from down returned to that office.-Lake B. Y. P.,IT. 'In Lacrosse last
I the west coast of Florida and across to Miami, a memorial to Wales Highlander. Sunday nlgbt.IIlr. .* MOON"Western representative of 1930 bust-

the dead of the World War. It is to be beautified with flow- -- and Mrs. J, J, Morgan and Romance In Natural ness.
Eugene S. Matthews of Starke. Clarence Colors
and trees for the benefit of those who it in the son. were visiting In
ers will use member ot the: state railroad commission Lake Butler IjstWeeVMrs.

years to come, Unlike the road to remembrance r ? per I and,& candidate for re Mot.,attended church at WEDNESDAYBeSe'Daniels ,

son has. onetcannot plant words of kindness and sympathy I election. vUited ue Tuesday afternoon Little Springs last Saturday and :' '
inTthe Interest" of hjs) candidacy Sunday -- i Bradford
those that wounded I : Bank
in place of perhaps and to many these and expressed hlmeU.i! being Mlstt\ Rosa LVard"'wll' !spent r .n County _

roads leading back in the past are not paved with happiness, highly pleased' with his recep- several days in Jacksonville with Love Comes Along'

rather they are rough with sorrows and heartaches with no tion here and also wltb the splendid friends and relatives returned to! Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
i support Baker county baa always her home last week. I U'JfUlar Prices toe et aoc-- '
cheering flowers to brighten the road into the future. STARKE
"L accorded him In the past. He I Mr. Malcolm Harrell .wan trans- ,

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